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 16, 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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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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To Have isTcersFor
ST. AUGUSTINE-Twelve Sisters of St. Joseph pro-

fessed perpetual vows on Sunday, August 11, in St. ;

Augustine.At '

the ceremony at which Archbishop Joseph P. Hur- otic

ley presided and celebrated the Mass in the chapel of the First TimeORLANDOCentral

motherhouse, the Sisters heard how much good they do

for the world in their following of God's laws through
their vocations to the religious life. Florida schools will present to the community a variety of

Seated before the altar, the Archbishop received the new teachers from out-of-Diocese congregations, when the 1963.64 school ;year begins.

vows of each Sister VOL. XXIV No.. Sisters will be introduced to the classrooms of schools in Orlando, Leesburg, Gulfportand
she 42 Orlando Florida
as went into the sanctuary and Friday, August 16, 1963 Ten Cents
knelt to recite the act of pro- Palm Bay. They will be coming from motherhouses in the East of the United

faaainn: ._ _.._ .w. v_.... ..__u _._..____.. __ __ States. and from Ireland to
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The Sisters In the ceremonywere fif .. staff schools in the diocesan

Sister Peter :. system.
Joseph Mc- .rwrr'fr.'"'RS 5 .
Niel, Orlando; Sister Mary Bar. i i. Official :. :,'- Listing them alphabetically,

tholomew Tyrer, Coral Gables; ..... by towns and parishes, the Di.
Sister Mary Barbara Stelling, ocesan Department of Education -
Daytona Beach; Sister Miriam ) k js Diocese of St. AugustineSt. I announces these Sisters

Therese Tight and Sister Mary LII arriving this month to teachIn
Kateri Seese, Fort Lauderdale
; S Florida:
1 1 Sister Mary Davida Batignani, : Augustine, FloridaThe
...# Gulf
Pompano Beach.
: Chancery has announced the following appointments: porl
Also, Sister Mary Stephanie HOLY NAME
Corcoran, Miami Shores; Sister The Reverend Father: Anthony McGowan, The Reverend Father James A. Fojnes Assist I

Mary Susanna Dziedzlc, ::..:, '." (.. 'b.y Pastor Emeritus, Most Holy Redeemer ant Pastor, Incarnation Parish, Sarasota; Two Sisters of St. Dominic
i Hialeah, Sister Mary Paulette '. :; .Parish, Tampa and to the teaching staff of Cardinal Mooney from Adrian, Michigan, Mother

Choquette, Fall River; Sister The Reverend Father David B. Cronin, Pastor, High School, Sarasota Francis Elizabeth O.P. and
V Sister Marie Josetta O.P. have
Mary Bernarda O'Driscoll, St. Clement Parish, Plant City and Nativity The Reverend Father Michael J. Madden,
come to Gulfport on the West
County Cork Sister Helen Parish, Brandon Assistant Pastor, St. Paul Parish, Daytona

Therese Whelan, County Tip- The ReTerend Father Cornelius A. Dougherty, Beach

perary; and Sister Maria An- Administrator, St. Joseph Parish, Bradenton The Very Reverend Monsignor Charles A. Teachers to Meet
County Galway. The Reverend Father Francis 31. Monch, Bartok, President, Bishop Moore High
Archbishop Hurley, in the During the next week
School, Orlando
Administrator, Most Holy Redeemer Parish,
sermon, congratulated the Sis pupils will register for the
JacksonvilleThe The Reverend Father Bernard J. McFadden,
ters who have taken God as
their life. Reverend Father Thomas F. Kelly, Vice-President!! Bishop I Moore' High School, opening of schools, Sep-

The Administrator, St. Edward Parish! Starke Orlando; and Priest in Charge of Lake Con.way tember 3, in the Dioceseof
were part:
Minion, Orlando Augustine.
There Is no better way to The Reverend Father James F. Edwards: ",
win possession of AlmightyGod Administrator, Epiphany ParUh, Lake City, .The Reverend Father Thomas J. Burns President next 10 days, local

to win the vision of God and' Immaculate Conception Parish, Perry Santa Fe High School, Lakeland; and faculties will hold meet-

in eternal life, than the road AT The Reverend Father John X. L-innehan, Administrator, Resurrection Parish, Lakeland ings called by principalsto
PROFESSION OF VOWS for attendanceat
upon which you have engaged Administrator, Most Holy Redeemer Parish, prepare
Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley celebrated the Mass during which Sisters of St.
the general faculty
today.If Tampa The Reverend Father David P. Page, Vice.
Joseph made their profession of final vows in St. Augustine. Above of the
we are to gain eternal life, some The Reverend Father Laurence E. Higgins, President of the SU Augustine Mission meeting set in Orlando on
if we are to gain the perfection principals of the ceremony are pictured at the chapel of the motherhouse convent. to prepare the foundation of a new missionin FoundationThe August 29.

that goes with the Beatific the North Dale Mabry; area of Tampa Reverend Father Lawrence S. Cunning When the 1200 teachers
Vision, then it will be by strip-
ping ourselves of all affectionfor Young Women Embark on Vocation The Reverend Father Patrick J. O'Carroll, to ham, Notary of the Diocese of Augustine; -Priests, Sisters and
prepare the foundation of a new mission in and Assistant Director of the Confraternity members of the laityof -
the things of this earth.
Bieiaid County of Christian: Doctrine diocesan schools
The religions life Is a re- To Sisterhood
nnnrlation. It In a turning at Jensen CeremonySee The Reverend Father Patiick O'SuIHvan, The Reverend Father Henry J. Miron, graduate 10 a.m., Father Mortimer -

from matter, a turning from Priest in Charge of the West Hilbboro Mission studies Pontifical Biblical Institute, Danaher of the DI-

the things of this world, in Picture, Page 7 Tampa Rome ocesan Department of Education

order that we may turn to JENSEN BEACH- Eleven young women who made vows as Sisters of St. Josephof The Reverend Father Thaddeus P. McHugh, Michael will address them.
The Reverend Father J. Larkin, graduate
Almighty God. It Is renter.s St. Augustine and two who received the congregation's holy habit and names in re Assistant Pastor, St. Mary Parish, Eustis studies Catholic University of America, At noon, Archbishop Jo

in the fullest sense of ligion were urged to total consecration to the religious life in the sermon at the August' The Reverend Father Christopher J. Kelly, 'Washington, D.C. seph P. Hurley will celebrate -

that "ord. 11 ceremonies here. A istant Pastor, St Margaret Mary Parish, Mass for the teachers -
The Sisters have put asIde'OS Monsignor Michael J. Beerhalter, pastor of St. Anastasia parish in Fort Pierce, Winter Park The Reverend Father Terrell F. Solana, grad. in St. Charles Church.

\ Page 1 was the Bishop's representative' to receive the profession of first vows by 11 Sisters The Reverend Father John P. O'FIaherty, uate studies, Catholic University of America

and to invest Miss Jacquelyn Assistant Pastor, St. Cecelia Parish, Clear- The'Reverend Father Richard J. Bowles!!, grad.
Parrish and Miss Constance water uate studies, Catholic University of America Coast of Florida to staff Holy
Our Thanks Go Ball Park Site i Name School.
Gilder, both of St Paul .
par-. Father Frank P. Good-
shTin- :Jacksonville:-;- "-r: Of Coming .EvenfJJACKSONVILLE man's parish will open classrooms

Back with'I Father P. N. Johnston S J. of -Plans tff to over :200 children
I Irish
New Orleans, who gave the retreat hold the Eucharistic Congress:].i lp In kindergarten and seven
which was attended by of the Diocese at the acreage! grades. Teachers offices and
the Sisters at Mount St. .Joseph 'rii three new classrooms have
afforded by Bishop Kenny
AUGUSTINE-Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley and Novitiate in Jensen Beach, been added to facilities.
High School 'were passed by
diocesan Priests honored visiting Irish Priests here on spoke during the Mass offered
The Sisters who will
last week due to the fact that come to
Monday. The visitors came to the Diocese this summer at 10 am. in .the novitiate's there is no stadium availableat historic Gulfport have a convent
from faculties of Ireland's seminaries to make it chapel.
the school for the throngs built for them.Leesburg .
_for u _L some I' of.. the. parish. Priests in this Diocese to take a The celebrant of the Mass expected to come to Jacksonville .
rest nom tneir worK. was 3Ion4giior Beerhalter.Miss October 27.
liam J. .
Mullally P.A., Monsignor
There were 28 Priests from 1 Patrick E. Nolan V.F., Parrish will be knownin .. Father Mortimer Danaher, ST. PAUL

the seminaries who came to and Father Mortimer Danaher. religion as Sister Mary executive secretary of the Congress Recently, Father Keith Sy-
fill the need of summer supply Anastasia. Miss Gilder receivedthe committee from
Responses were made for the said that it mons reported Leesburgthat
work, enabling pastors to take visiting Priests by two spokesmen name of Sister Mary Luke. was decided at a meeting last St. Paul School there
a needed rest.Archbishop. Father William O'Keeffeand Sister Mary Anastasia is the Friday to plan the diocesan would be taught by Sister of

Hurley was ; :Father Peter Connolly. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Eucharistic Congress at the St. Ann of Providence, whose
one of several speakers who Parrish. Sister Mary Luke's Jacksonville baseball park. This American motherhouse is located -
Monsignor Mullally, who was
were heard on Monday night in_ St. Augustine from Daytona parents are Mr. and Mrs. H.A. park is next to the Gator Bowl at Ebensburg, Pennsyl--
at the Priests' reception at Morrison. at the north end of the Matthews vania.
Beach where he is dean of the
the Ponce de Leon Motor Eighteen new postulants who Bridge.Preliminary. These three Sisters will be
(Central Deanery, called atten
Lodge. tion to the splendid work that entered the convent at Jensen plans for thee : pioneers for their communityIn
He mentioned that the primary Irish seminaries do in Beach on July :2 sang with th sanctuary and the seating were x Florida. They; were foundedin
preparing -
reason for the professorsfrom novices' choir. 'The director of discussed Friday with Archbishop : Italy.
men to be Priests
Ireland coming here was and missionaries.Said music for ,the ceremonies was Joseph P. Hurley and The congregation's pioneer
to help diocesan Priests have Sister Charles Marie. Monsignor John P. McNultyV.G. leader in the United States

vacations. But a second benefit, Monsignor Mullally: Father Johnston congratulated Congress chairman Monsignor -- 11 years ago, Sister Mary
he said, was the mutual exchange "It has been edifying to realize those in the ceremonies Patrick E. Nolan V.F. of OCTOBER CONGRESS PLANS STUDIED Clelia S.S.A, In coming to St.
of ideas between the that these visitors who and their parents, relatives Jacksonville invited to the Father Mortimer Danaher executive secretary, goes over plans for the altar and Paul School in Leesburg.

American and the Irish clergy. have labored all year long in and friends.! meeting representatives o f grounds of the diocesan Eucharistic Congress in Jacksonville with :Monsignor JohnP. The St. Ann Sisters will bt

The Archbishop was joined the seminaries of Ireland are Speaking especially.. to the Reynolds, Smith and Hill, Jacksonville McNulty: V.G. (right) and Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan V.F. Monsignor Nolan, j Joined by members of the laity
by several of his Priests in expressing willing to come out into the young women who had pro- architects, to propose chairman of the Congress Committee, said this week that the event would be held at who staff the parochial school

a warm welcome to IRISH Page 8 CEREMONIES, Page 8 plans for the altar. the Jacksonville Baseball Park. SIX SCHOOLS Page I

the seminary professors. '>'>' _.. ..:"':..... ...'i ...". A' .<' .'_"... ,"'..>....., ...f"! "." ._. -."<"'." '.''''__<_. ''''' __'* .',. ...,.-:....,:< ",'V___ ". _.. _ .- ..' ... .
: "
Occasions like this, said the :# < ; v
I Holy Name Officers i Urged
Archbishop, make it possibleto Nt ;
r :; ,
keep on saying words of W ,.-. $ '."' 2'h'1 f. 1f411t

gratitude to the Irish who have : : To Attend August Seminar

helped to take care of Florida's t..._... r.f : ,
3 s x ft R
spiritual needs r v t y
so generouslyfor
such a long time. asznt I JACKSONVILLE-North Florida's Holy Name Society
i officers will attend a seminar this month and all Holy
master of ceremonies for .
the dinner last Monday was "' Name men of the area are invited to attend a SL Augustine

Monsignor John P. Burns, deanery rally in Jacksonville _Vamw H ____ _,.Kttftfii__ ___ _!.. _fop__ who n_ _A_
Cathedral pastor, who present. j..4 next month. particular benefit the seminar

ed as speakers Monsignor Wil- Officers say, "Make a memoon 18 planned, will gather

your calendar now for the from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday,
Yearly Triduum rally to be held at St. Paul August 18, at Assumption!
Church, Jacksonville, September parish school auditorium.
Honors Diocesan 29, beginning with, 8.30:
Among those who will address
o'clock Mass.
Cathedral PatronST. the seminar are DanielA.
H. A. Wisham, president of Naughton of Jacksonville,
AUGUSTINE St. Augustine the St. Augustine HNS Deanery president of the St. Augustine

of Hippo, patron saintof and Father James J. Hes- Diocesan Union of Holy Name
the Diocese of St. Augustineand lin, spiritual moderator of that Societies, and James J. Mo

of the Cathedral parish deanery, plan to welcome the Auliffe of Orlando, diocesan
here in the Oldest City, will be parish officers at the seminar. first vicepresident.The .

honored at the traditional The parish officers of Holy seminar program has

triduum, August 26, 27 and 28. been developed under Mr. Mc-

Monsignor John P. Burns, i Board to MeetThe Auliffe's chairmanship. Underit

Cathedral pastor, said that the ,. leaders of the Holy Name
three days of prayer would end _,_"" ___ .__ 4. w ___ .. _, _._ _. _" fall 'meeting of the Society with years of experience -
on the saint's feast day whichis PRIESTLY COOPERATION FROM IRELAND APPRECIATED BY DIOCESE Orlando Central Deanery give help and counselto

August 28.Cathedral. The Diocese of St. Augustine seminaries of the Emerald Isle na, Monsignor John P. Burns, Augustine Leaden, Father Father Neil A. Sager. Father Board, St. Augustine Di. those men who are comparatively -

parishioners of. expressed gratitude at a traditional -performed many duties in the Father John Corkery, Monsignor -Francis Lynn, Father Thomas Maurice Dooley, Father Diego ocesan Council of Catholic new in the role of
fer their yearly trlduum, he reception in the See City parishes to which they were William J. :Mullally, Kenny, Father Thomas Sher Conesa, Father John Lyons, Women, will be held at the lay leadership.St. .

said, for the intentions of the when Archbishop Joseph P. assigned this summer. Shortly Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley wood, Father Donal Flanagan, Father David T. O'Shea Father Coronado Hotel, Xe wSmjma Augustine Deanery HNS
Diocese and the parish in Hurley and his Priests thanked they will return to their teach Father William O'Keeffe, Mon Father Francis Beach, on Thursday,
Hopkins, Father John J. Lenihan, Father spokesmen, in announcingthese
September 18 at 10:15 ,
union with their personal in Priests from Ireland who assisted ing duties. signor Patrick E. Nolan and ajn.
Michael Devine Father Laurence Ryan, Father Peter Mrs. Joel Sa ers, two events for Holy
tentions.!!! in the pastoral care Pictured with the Archbishop -Father Sean Kenny.
Sermons will be geared to needed in many parishes this and the Florida Priests are Second row, from the left Francis -M. Mouch and FatherJ. Connolly, Father Joseph has announced.. Name deanery, said rally that in details September for the

the Inspiration offered by the summer. the visitors: From left, fore- Father Mortimer Danaher, Father Irvine Nugent. Dooley and Father" John P.Aughney. Reservations should be completed would be given at a date closerto

distinguished saintly patton.If' Irish Priests who teach in ground, Father Robert McKen- Seamus UcManus, Father Back .row from, the .I ft. .. .. as goon al! possible. the time..V1 .



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Page Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, Aug 16, 1963 .

..Ny.e rm Minnesota Meeting Draws ST. PETERSBURG

it : .

1florida. Reports i'4f1' Notre. Dame School Sisters

Tallahassee q't ar.New.Smyrna JacksonvilleFriends,. f ., TA3IPA-Sister Marie Ann, principal of Our Lady of 5V4 %

r. r Perpetual Help Academy in Tampa, will represent members -
BLESSED SACRAMENT'" Beach In the Gateway City \ of her community in Florida at a conference to be INTEREST

Friends have been congratulating have congratulated Dr. GeorgeN. held in Minnesota next week.
Dr. and Mrs. Paul J., SACRED HEART Kowkabany, a native of The Congregation of the nardia of the S.S.X.D. Man

Coughlln's daughter, Carroll, Father Francis Donlan Jacksonville, upon the awardhe [ School Sisters of Notre Dame kato IJro.lncrIs honoraryconference CATHOLIC
i for receiving a full tuition C.SS.R. has invited his parish. has received to study in will hold their ninth annual directress with

scholarship to Boston College. ioners to donate blood for the Italy. 4 educational conference, August Sister Maureen of Mankato, ChurchHospitalSchool

She will enter the freshman parish account. A bloodmobilewill The associate professor of ...) 17.21, at Good Counsel Hill, general chairman.
class in be the Sacred Heart Assisting are: Sister Marlene
September to train as chemistry at the Catholic University Mankato, Minnesota.
a teacher social 'also of Good Counsel, Mankato,
exceptional chil center on Tuesday, .
of America In Washington A thousand Sisters from the
dren. At her graduation on August 20, from 2 to 6 p.m., D.C., Dr. Kowkabanywill United States and Canada will .'and Sister Rose Marie of St. BONDSDANIEL .
1 May 31, 1963 from of the East Volusia- Michael, Minnesota. Six American -
Holy Name courtesy !
be on sabbatical leave this attend to coordinate the edu- :
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1 Academy in San Antonio, Miss Flagler chapter of the Amer- cational and Canadian mother
year to do research 0 nth e and spiritual objectives
provincials who serve as the T. WINTER & CO.
Coughlin won awards for science ican Red Cross.Members the
6000 American members
biochemistry of carbohydrates.His : ,
and dramatics. of the New Smyrna the boardof I governors for this educational 401 Florida Theatre Building
research, conducted on a of congregation.
Beach asspciation will lead St. Petersburg i. lU. Ph. .U. JII
parish are planning a
special fellowship from the t i Each of's nn mother
St. Leo rummage sale on October 2, National Institutes of Health, } houses serVes In turn as delegates to the Mankato meet X\ME ......_.._..............

3 and 4. i ing. ....................
Reviewing the lay retreat will be carried on at the institute i headquarters. for the confer. k 'Ann' ADDRESS
t I k -. Sister :Marie of 'Tampais
I season at St. Leo Abbey this MaitlandST. of chemical biology at the ences. supervisor of the S.S.N.D. CITy. .. ........ STATE.. ...
year, the Benedictines noted University of Ferrara with Dr. I This year the Sisters will F.C.
that the oldest regular- retreat. MARY 3IAGDALEN Sandro Pontremull, head professor :: examine '"Maturity in Christ" 'schools in the South.

ant was at the .r. The public is invited to the of biochemistry at that as presented by principal speak.

mid-July re- annual crab fest at St. Mary institution.The r9c ers, Father John J. Evoy SJ.

treat for lay. Magdalen parish, Maitland. The Florida scholar, who has /. and Father Van F. ChristophI AND HAVE FUN

men. Malcolm event, which is being sponsored taught at Catholic U. since I The Priests this year published -

Morrison, who by the Holy Name Society ak a volume, "Personality AT THE SOUTH'S
< t 1953, graduated cum .
will be 88 on will be prepared at [i Development in the Religious

November 4, Camp San Pedro on August 24 laude from the University of AMERICAN MADONNA IN ROME Life." The subject matter for FINEST 32 LANES
came from from 1 to 5 p.m. Florida and earned master of this book Is iri large part the
Shown above is the statue of Our Lady of AtonementIn
Lakeland for George McLaughlin will take science and doctoral degrees at lecture material of past educa
reservations at TE 83931. It St. Onofrio's Church, Rome. Because of its coloringred
the annual re-; Yale. tional conferences conductedby
I treat. He retired .I has been pointed out that a white and blue-the Italian people use the title the Sisters. The authors

from carMr: Morrt.on quarter may be saved by pur ST. PIUSAt "American Madonna." Under this name the Blessed will continue their high level 8-

pentry 11 years ago. ScotlandIs chasing reserved tickets. The ceremonies held in the Virgin is the special patroness of Christian Unity. articulation concerning p e r- $

his native land. He migrated cost of the dinner will be $3.25 chapel of Mary Immaculate sonality growth and develop- SOUTH PH. 862-9545
from there to Nova Scotia, thento per person In advance.Daytona (Josephite) Novitiate in Walden ment at the forthcoming ed- 34TH STREET

Montreal, and finally on ton BeachOUR New York, Frater (Brother ucational Conference in Minnesota -

New York City. Thirtythreeyears ) William M. Thompson was spokesmen for the Sisters
ago he moved to Florida. LADY OF LOURDESA one of 13 young men received Church he World.Visits stated.

During World War I, Mr. Mor- dinner dance for the young into the Josephite Community. Winona's Bishop Edward A. Cost Free Checking

rison served in the CanadianAir people of Our Lady of Lourdes Frater Thompson will continue -- ------- Fitzgerald will open the meeting -
Force. parish will be an event of studies for the priesthood at by the celebration of Masson Accounts

August 29 at the Elks Club In St. Joseph's Seminary, Washington Parish'VATICAN Opens New Center August 19. St. Paul's Arch N lttlkIb.Or AvailableAccounts

Daytona Beach. A local band D.C.Frater CITY (XC)-Pope MONTREAL (XC)-The new bishop Leo Binz will celebrate .

i ST. PETERSBURG will provide music for dancing. Thompson is the son Paul VI said Mass at St. Anne's Catholic information center,:Mass for the Sisters on August $t.IItIiilul3

E Dinner will be served at 7 p.m. of Mrs. Sylvia Thompson, Jack. Vatican City's parish church, 21. May Be
l All CYO members and friendsare sonville, and a member of St. during a surprise visit thereon housing six: archdiocesan organizations A speaker will be Bishop Opened By Mail

MUMFORD welcome. Pius parish. the Church's patronal feast. was inauguratedhere Alphonse J. Schladweiler of
B.fr!*.r.tl.B Air Conditioner by Paul Emlle Cardinal New Ulm.
pent Pomp flervleo day.The THE NATIONAL BANKOF
Mother Provincial M. Rer.Use -
Go Ucd Appliance Pope was accompaniedonly
III-Bth. St. South by Bishop Peter Canisiusvan ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
Leger.Missionaries BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH
Phones Lierde, his vicar generalfor Radiong IOOa TYRONE
Day MO-8487 :Mt a:8-Slil Member F.D.I.C.
Vatican City, and by :Mon-
signor Federico Callori di Vig-

Edouard C. Craig nale, papal majordomo-governor For Reachi Villagersissionaries

of the papal household
i Contractor and Distributorfor
whose main duty is to super- ALEXANDRIA (XC)-M[[ have turned to the For Clubs

vise religious ceremonies at ,radio to bring the gospel to i I Indians living in the Sierra
Vikon Metal Ceramicand X .yet ;t $ For Holy Name
which the his
Pope and house Madre of Guatemala, a visit- ___
Mosaic Tiles hold assist. ing Priest said here. many of our babies die so ,; BreakfastFor
t a
917.94th St. So 3474101Jackson's kir.: The mountain roads are so young, that we finally get usedto
-.z :: ,it all, so that it doe s n' t Church
Archbishop Byrne
said Father Arthut Mer-
bother us so much. Doctor, this '.
1ciarIa SAX JUAN (XC)-The Bishops tens, that without radio it Gatherings
is not so. Each time we bury
ShoesLadies' of Puerto Rico have called would be impossible to reach one of our children it breaksour

t the 3000 Quiche Indians who can .
for special Masses and prayers hearts and we grieve.
& Men'sClinic
make their homes almost two
for Archbishop Edwin V. "We never Ret used to

Miller ,- ..:,.r....._. Byrne who served as ordinaryof miles Instead above of"sea traveling level. by foot losing., .our children. this' Iswhy 'W&er DONUT
Vitality-WeyenbergCushioned SACRED MUSIC SEMINAR PLANNED .we'are so grateful for
two Puerto Rican dioceses to each mission station, Father
Father Frank Goodman (right) has brought a semInary all that is being done for us
and died last month as Archbishop Mertens said, radio centers
professor of sacred music Father Charles Schoen- by you and the padres, be- or Just drop in anytime
: of Santa Fe. have been set in the moun
Central up
641 Ave. 862-1355 Pasadena Ave. 341-7041 34th St. 8984343Your
cause now for the first timewe ,
baechler C.R. (above) to to conduct seminar _
Gulfport a Archbishop Byrne was the tains. The Indians meet at
have of
next week in sacred music. All interested persons are first Bishop of Ponce from 1925 regularly specified times for. .able hope children being
I j!! invited to participate. ,_.:VTTTOH to 1929, and 55th :.Bi ryop..of instructions in religion' at the 4ilive and keep healthyHd our giving ,-"" .....
San Juan from 1929 until his neighborhood radio center. saidthe them a better'l life.
OLa 73RESTAURA Gulfport .appointment in 1943 as- Archbishop missioner.The When asked what aspect of
1 of 'Santa program has worked : .1:,"
DELIVERYPhone Father Charles Schoen. his work he found most ap
out well that courses in
Tr baechler C.R., professor of sacred pealing, the Priest answered: '
I : Cardinal RobertiVATICAN health, sanitation and agriculture
music at St. Mary's Seminary "The sense of new and
St. Pete 898-1111 I I I IClearwater4468314 Tit: DkYCP are now beamed to all
has been invited by Father CITY (XC)-Pope awakened hope on the part of
D1N {7k Paul VI has the mission radio stations "
d Frank Goodman to conduct ; congratulated the Indians. 4fr
Ly 0 OYSTlRS the seminar on sacred :Francesco Cardinal Roberti, the missionary said. Full-Service
h.SHELL An educational program Commercial Bank
!prefect of the apostolic signature ,
music. It will be August 20, 22
Din tHo
on ofooutlM which will teach the Indians
MAXIMO MOORINGS and 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the air1 1 high Church court, on the help you make'the most of your moneyp.rubr
OLDEST and LARGESTIN 480137 St. S. Tara .t 4i A,..J 50th of his ordina numbers and the alphabet, is .
conditioned auditorium, 5824 anniversary . t* tll t IttHftinig
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An invitation to attend is extended In an anniversary message the near future. V "/ frog CM btnk onl*
The opening of a Catholic
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O. PHILLIPS Prrttdrnt8ERVTNQ Goodman said, this opportunity ;juridical science, ;your name is the educational and
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...- . .,......."n"...... poverished people, Father Mer-
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tww Indians are being met now Ina
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j. Doctors from Guatemala City
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OPEN SAT. .1! : : stations at regular intervals. iT
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Eugene Mueller's :.' :;.....< Father Mertens told of a'* -,_.'_ .black and white or brown and white.

': conversation between one of'

Cameo Dining RoomExcellent "" 'f .0. ....... the Quiche and the doctor
treating him."Perhaps i: I

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JAMES HOTEL k eDOMINICANS Indian, "that because so very

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l Priest, Father Frank Goodman has welcomed (above) their 16th annual convention.The .

Sister Francis Elizabeth O.P. who is superior in the new meeting's theme will be

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The Florida Catholic Friday, Aug. 16, 1963 rage Three

I Coming Events I Playwright, Author
The New Apostles

I This t lamn 1UU fatar benefit. .]peeUI meetl.t..d .T.nti .f m*ref Principal SpeakerFor
thm local I.tu..t. Adrance notice .>, regular tlac. will, b. mitted.I r
1 Parish Convention l :. ,:k'E' Man of Vision Helps Others SeeBy
Festival August 16 Boat ride, August 24, 7 to

and 17. Our Lady of Lourdes, 10 p.m., Vinoy Basin, St. MIAMI BEACH Robert

Melbourne; Women' Club, Petersburg; Court St. Ann Crean an award-winning playwright F ff- Glenn D. Kittler

sponsor. Catholic Daughters of America and author of the film, THERE was no explanation for why the young doctor should be so fascinated by the I

Hat sale, August 11, 10 a.m. sponsor. "Who Is My Neighbor," de- country of India, but he was. He was confident that one day he would go
.. .
___ ,
to 10 p.m; Ascension parish Crab test 24 1-5 signed to create understandingof
August there, but he didn't Know and this followed
at the door each morning for j in-patients, was
, church hall, Eau Gallie; p.m., Camp San Pedro; St. the_ Catholic school systemin when or how or in what \treatment.His 1 by treatment of another
Women's. Guild, sponsor Mary Magdalen parish, Malt America, will be the principal
capacity.It who awaited
day oegan at 6 a.m., with :100 out-patients
Orlando classes to trainmen land, sponsor. speaker during the 14th was while Dr. William Cac- the examination of at least SO !him in the clinic garden. By
biennial convention of the National

Y and women to teach Educators' conference, An- camise was doing graduate i one o'clock he was ready to

catechism, Good Shepherd gust 29, Bishop Moore High Catholic Theatre Conference work in eye diseases at North- perform his first operation,

parish, August 17-31; Instruction School, Orlando. Deauville, August HoteL 22-26, at the Y western University that he be- Pope Asks Boy and by eight at night he usually

by Mission Helpers of .t came aware of the answer to completed a dozen of them.
I' the Sacred Heart from Balti Catholic schools open, September Mr. Crean, whose works on his questions. One of his professors did he
3. Scouts to UseValues Only on Sunday
more. top programs include r had visited India and have time to travel Into thecountr"side
Fall hat sale, September "The Cross and the Dragon"for s. knew of its many medical
and get to know
13, Titusville Woman's Club Armstrong Circle Theater, problems.If TrueVATICAN
better the land to which
ST. PETERSBURG building; Titusville; St. Teresa the story of Bishop James there was anything India
FROM DUBLIN'S ABBEY THEATRE_ had been inexplicably drawn.
: Woman's Club, sponsor. Walsh M.M., a prisoner in needed, the professor assured, CITY (NO)-The
Launching the "Buy Theatre, Brick" drive at .Catholic He remained six months,
Communist China "The OtherWise
; it was an eye specialist: the international Boy Scout jam
Diocesan Priests. retreat University of America ,for a new campus theatre when both professional and
Rowers for Every OccasionInmants Man, an adaptation of country had the highest rate boree in Greece can help its
September 16- 0. St. Angus- Costello Irish International Airline financial circumstances required
FlowersBonded the Christmas classic for Kraft of eye diseases in the world.In participants see the value of
tine. Theatre; and "The Little hostess, presents Father Gilbert V. Hartke, the univer- view of this, Dr. Caccamise universal human brotherhood, him to return t 0 his

Florist September 25, card party, Hours," which depicted a day sity's drama department .head,, with an authenticatedbrick if he had wished, could Pope Paul VI has declared in a home in Rochester, New York,

Telegraph Delivery Garden Center Jacksonville, in the life of a Priest, and from Dublin's old Abbey 'Theatre. have settled in India and special message to the scouts. to begin his private practice.

3931 Central Are. 862.3661! Auxiliary to All Saints Home shown as part of a trilogy on quickly built a thriving prac- He told the scouts that Back home, he married and

for the Aged, sponsor. the major religious faiths in Father John A. O'Brien tice, but this was not the way their meeting place on the began to raise a family.

Card party Bishop Kenny America by the General Electric he wanted to do it. plains of Marathon Is "priv But he could not get India

HEINZEN High School, Jacksonville, Theatre, will speak to He made up his mind that Urged soil that is "perme- out of his system. He talked

October 18, 8 p.m.; Blessed some 1000 delegates from Scholar Impressed When he Mould ork flee in India ated as are few other placesin about it a great deal; he stimulated

( t SHELl. Trinity parish benefit. Catholic universities, colleges, and that he would work the world with human and support for the clinic;
and high schools in the United through the Church. Christian culture. he corresponded with the SIs-

SERVICEW Diocesan Eucharistic Con. States. Others Identify TruthDO This was not easily arranged. The Pope remarked that the ters. He knew In his heart he

Even :ricKur A DELIVERY gress! October 27, Jackson Sister Marie Carol O.P., headof Nobody seemed to know how 11th international jamboreewas would have to go back.

Silk St...*. 18th ,AT*.' B.. ville. the Barry College drama department you ever stop to reflect the Church's indefectibility, the doctor should go about being held at the time of Over the next ten years, he

.AX QKEEX 8C7-6S8S STAMPI Card party, December e, and host to the con- its unique capacity to survive the wear and tear of placing himself at the disposalof the ecumenical council, and went back twice, each time

ttk St..a.18th... AT*. 8*. St. Teresa parish Titnsville; vention, is the local coordinatorfor centuries? This is one of the most distinctive characteristics a Catholic hospital in India, called to the attention of the staying six months, each time
rh .UII
a Woman's Club, sponsor.IT'S the convention; and Father of the Church, which. alone traces its origin back to and it was only after monthsof scouts the council's response to covering all expenses himself.

'A __ __ Gilbert Hartke O.P., dIrec- Christ; inquiries and letters that he a world-wide desire to end the There were new difficulties.He .
-- =, v ._,- --- -' 'W'M moved to study its origin and became one of America's
"' ; tor of Catholic University of This is the mark which has was led to the Medical Mission old divisions among Christians.
America drama department, history.All Sisters, who had a clinic at Pope Paul said that his own leading eye specialists: : ar-
SAFETY FIRSTFOR provoked the admiration of of these brilliant had be made for
will preside. men Patna, 330 miles northwest of close observation of the scout- rangements to
students of history and has and women-historians, phil-. Calcutta. The Sisters assured ing movement over a long others to take care of his

1 Needs WorkersMUNICH prompted many of them to investigate osophers o. -. him that they would welcome period made him "appreciatethe patients. Arrangements also

the secret of Its amaze scientists, professors him, but they revealed that educational qualities of had to be made for his growing

1/j BACK TO SCHOOL dinal: Doepfner(XC, Archbishop)-Julius Car-of ing and mysterious vitality. In and lit- they could not afford to give this magnificent associationand family during his absence.

erateurs en- him a salary, not even pay his its ability to develop the Somehow the difficulties were
I Munich and Freising, issued a "Roads to Rome" University of tered the

) SUNNY BROOK DAIRY I call here for voluntary hospital Notre Dame Press), and Church be- travel. Caccamise expenses.Dr. did not care. best the souls elements of young of personality men." in always Also during overcome.these ten years
workers to give a "year's serv- "Giants of the Faith" (Doubleday -
cause they per- and due principally to Dr.caccamise's .
At his own includingthe said
expense Then he
I 892-401 I I! ive to their neighbor" and help and Co.), noted scholarstell ceived that it : active interest, the
? cost of his equipment, he "Among these elements are:
offset a shortage of nursing how they were impressed
ti is divine in hut has Into
,_ made his first trip to India ten respect for honor and loyalty, quonset grown a
I J. 'tt: 1 j personnel. by this mark of the Church andY stitution. Loan 200-bed hospital, fully equippedand
years ago. the service of one's fellow man

-----a_ m 1; l -A...__<<_._.:________. _.<-_<<-:<<-:<<-.l<- @:.;.1",,(: :.:1M.{." '&:1{: :i. "_w. one of these He was annalled to discover in a spirit of fraternal devotion, with a staff he has trained.
----- -- -----WI'------ -- books to a non-Catholic friend |that the clinic was merely a training in physical and moral And in India are 25,000 people

1'ENNEYISA.WAtrs CROSSROADS SHOPPING CENTER i and with God's grace it will quonset hut and he was staggered courage through discipline alto are grateful to him
qF kindle his interest in the Cath- of the hundreds for saving their bight.i
the sight
by .
ST. voluntarily accepted."All
FtRsr ouAmr I olic Faith and lead him to
of patients who lined up These days, Dr. Caccamise Is 1
f- .. embrace it. ._..... these are human values preparing for his fourth journey -
Fl .. 1 which Christianity has
;, The influence of the Church's to India once again arranging
.. I -* J always recognized as its own
Indefectibility upon a truth his affairs and over-
NOW IN STOCK!I Is '_ and which it has always en
4?) v ,t> seeker Is illustrated in the conversion j coming difficulties. His only

K .: SHOP EARLY AVOID THAT : !iit J of a noted scholar, Dr. couraged."To puzzlement is why he. shouldbe
,. John E. Hardy, associate professor see this ideal shared and so strongly attracted to

LAST MINUTE RUSH I -JV'ic'. of English literature at k q.Y practiced throughout the world; India, even more than in his
; the University of Notre Dame by an increasing number of student days.

A y 4r1\\ Y'. I: I and poet of distinction, who young people gives Us cause This is not such a great mys-
relates his life story thusly: for profound joy and firm 1

I was reared as a Southern hope,"' the/Pontiff,-said. tery.The yearning for a certain

PAROCHIALr Baptist and my father was a .i l' Urging the .Boy Scouts to I place, a certain people, is thee

deacon in that Church. It was i, "look higher than the easy 1i[ love which God puts into the

: while I was a student at of the modern cities, higher hearts of individuals He wishes

,.'. .Y r .9 tif a Louisiana State University at :!' _. than the material interests of f to draw into His service, re

+ 4 School Wear .3nj 3 Baton Rouge that I became In- pleasure," the Pope added: gardless of their skills or back

3 terested in the Catholic reli 4 "May your 'great game of grounds. It is those who sue-

-- : f. gion. I was taking a course in friendshIp symbol of the cumb-to the yearning, despite

for Boy's and Girl'sr ) @ political science under Professor spirit which inspires you, help 1 sacrifices and difficulties, who

Eric Volgelin, now directorof NAMED PREFECT toward overcoming the artifi- make the lay apostolate such a

;:; the political science instituteat Ildebrando Cardinal Anto. cial barriers raised betweenmen 1 vibrant influence in the Church

-,t E : t the University of Munich. or ethnic groups. :May it and to the world.CLEARWATER.
niutti, frl, (above) has beennamf'd
I 1 all of inducement
{ i be for you an
His frequent references to prefect of the Sacred
to move forward along
Approved Uniform j I1 the Church as a mightyanchor Congregation of Religious,
the paths of universal brother-
of !stability among the caused by
i hood which was taught by
the nations of Europe kindledmy the death of Valcrio Cardinal
Suppliers Fort / i ithe interest.I Valcri 22, Christ and based on the recog-
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i BOY'S SLACKS SACRED HEART SCHOOL Chubbies and"r answered encouraged many me to questionsand continuemy to fight for their Chris- The U.S. national office of

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of the its
study Church
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Boys Adrian Bressolles,
i\ ST. RAPHAEL SCHOOL history and teachings.I Monsignor
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i secretary of the National Cath- in Paris received word of
JUDES SCHOOL ing the "Apologia" of Cardinal of the
olic Sea
ST. I Apostleship the Pope's acceptance to act
PREP BOY S ; Newman (whose conversion is U.S.A.; has said here. The information atTOM'S

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to .
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Catholic Frank J. SheedPrayer Fortitude Gains us Eternal Merit I


I Submits Will ToGod's FORTITUDE, as we.learned tions. He is a person who has ment, who cheat to get out of a

many faced strong temptations and financial jam, who pet to attract *

years ago, is the virtue which has conquered them. A person the boys or who gossipto

VulturesI Supreme Judgment enables us to suffer all things, without temptations may be court popularity.You .

even death, for innocent, but he becomes will have noticed that In

ffWOT Christians are 'k dding yourselves. Sometimes the sake of virtuous only when he has all the examples we have mentioned

I HERE Is nothing new about adultery. The secular press exposed children to you get what you pray for, sometimes you don't. Christ. I tis been tested and has proven his the persons involved

But apparently adultery makes news. filth. Those editors glamorized debased But it's just the same:if you don't pray-sometimes you one of the four fidelity. assume that God expects us to

The secular news media throughout the humanity. They presented sin with a get what you want, sometimes you don't. Have you any cardinal virtues Perhaps It Is a disregardfor be good only when it is easy

nation displayed banner headlines as a smirk.In. reason to think that those who pray have a better average bestowed the virtue of fortitude to be good. When the practiceof

result of the Profumo case. Although there the great cry for freedom of the than those who don't?" upon us at the which accounts for the virtue becomes difficult, _

Is nothing new about adultery, it is obvious press, one might ask, "What about responsibility The unbeliever feels we are plavin? with a double- time of ourbaptism. sophistries with which sinners then we are absolved from the
sometimes excuse
If4 try necessity of keeping God's com
that the secular news media makes big ?" The secular press is a guest in headed coin;-answered prayers we count
themselves.Here .
ever we give mandments. No one puts this
news of adultery.Dr. the home of nearly every person living in in God's' :favor, unanswered prayers we
thought to this for example, is a woman fallacy into words, of course;
Stephen Ward self-confessed country. When it undermines moral- somehow to count in His favor
was a our manage virtue, we a who has divorced her no- the absurdity would be too

Immoral man. However, he was not too ity with such filthy news, when it presentssin too. So God can't lose. Hake one point probably. e x- good husband. She has several evident.

far wrong when he made reference to his with a wink of humor, it commits a clear. When'we do ask God for things, we -- small children. She lets herself Often this dilemma is

enemies as vultures. The secular news crime against a great nation and a great iljj are not playing a game. We are not running Father Leo J. Tresepress become interested in anotherman escaped by pretending to distinguish -

media can certainly be numbered among people. up points in God's favor (and cheating to ourselves the hope and, by a civil marriage, between God and His _

the vultures. A vulture is an animal who The secular news media, like the vulture in the process), we are not trying to that faced with the choice of embarks upon an adulterous Church; by talking about what

feeds upon filthy, decaying matter. The continues to gorge itself with the prove God' goodness or even His exist: denying Christ or suffering union.'I the Church forbids or'commands -

secular news media fattened itself on depravity filth that remains of' the Profumo case. ence. We are already sure of these. We do death, we would be brave know it's wrong," she rather than about what

and filth during the whole Pro Sin we will always have with us. But not pray to prove He is there; we know enough to choose death. In all says, "but the children do needa God expects of us. This leads

fumo episode. an even greater tragedy than sin is to He is there, that's why: we pray. likelihood we do not dwell longon father. Surely" God won't holdit only to another fallacy: that

Many secular newspapers sponsor crusades have a conscience which is oblivious to His goodness we know-If pass an examination for whichhe this possibility since mar against me. Christ and His mystical Bodyare

against pornographic literature, the heinousness of sin. only from Our Lord's death 'on has not studied as he tyrdom seems, for most of us, Again, here is a mother divisible.The .

while at the same time they feature news The secular news media is a very Calvary, and that same Lord '.should. a remote contingency. whose health simply will not fact is that In all these

of adultery. In instances newspapers said "Ask and you shall re. Prayer is not a labor saVe Consequently we may not stand another pregnancy. Her examples the individuals eon-
many strong influence on the formation of the
ii I,I in large cities have ceive." ing device. esteem fortitude as a very Important cycle is too irregular to use cerned are lacking in the tir-

They alone decide what a monopoly. public conscience. Feeding venomous food But with that word of Our The example just given is virtue, as one having rhythm safely and her hus- tue for fortitude.Or .
usually to feed
I to the minds of their readers. In the to the minds of readers is a great crime. Lord we come to the heart of ,not so very serious. Far deadlier practical, here-and-now significance -band finds abstinence too difficult the- more accurately, they are
Contraceptives are
I handling of the Profumo it is obvious The body must die but the mind will con- the objection: so many times are the prayers we pray for ourselves. Such not exercising that virtue
I case, we ask and do not receive.To to be saved from some particular downgrading of the virtue of easy answer. which Is theirs by of
| that the tinue to exist forever reason
secular of
press catered to prurient as an operation that there is one answer sin without any real effortto fortitude would be a grave "God will understand our their baptism.It .
I interests.the the immortal soul. fight the temptation. The predicament," the couple as-
which Infuriates the objectorbut
error.The is not true that martyrdomis
sure themselves. "There justisn't
truth is that
temptation comes, we yield to
yet is valid: we can rely
Father John J. Castelot upon God not to give us what it with no more than a token vital to the everyday prac- anytinng else we can do." a rare privilege enjoyed who lIv.only in
by some persons
how struggle, and blame God for tice of our faith. Then there is the businessman -
would harm us no matter communist countries.
II not answering our prayer. We need moral strength to who indulges in sharp
urgently we want and how
I Daily Practice of Charity Urged fervently we ask for it He is We have glanced at the occasions resist temptation. We need practices with the excuse, "I've There Is a little bit of mar-

: not a malicious God just wait- when what we ask for spiritual courage to accept got to do it to meet competition tyrdom in the life of every per
God's will and to do ," and the holder of public Ion who undertakes to follow _
cheerfully :
of the constant themes the divine command of love to He has been kind to the unfortunate ing for us to ask for the wrong would not be for our happiness,
ONE and at the possibility of want His will bravely. office who defends his shady Christ; who tries, day by day, _
the prophets and wise heart and practices it in his in the past, and now thing that He may grant our
I of genuineness in our praying.Do Eternal merit is the rewardof deals with, "It's a part of the to live his faith with fidelity.
men of Israel was the duty of daily life: that illness has crushed him request and rejoice in the
effort and Indeed it has been observed
these all instances of struggle.A game. ,
caring for the weak, the poor, Happy is he who has regardfor he asks that God come to his misery it brings. cover
requests not granted? They do virtuous person, in the We have, too, the long pro- with some truth that often it
oppressed, the lowly and the poor; in assistance. He acknowledgesthat Brief reflection will showus
not. ordinary sense of the term, is cession of people who lie to is easier to die for Christ thanto
widows, or- the day of misfortune the he has not been perfect, in that we are not infallible
We may pray a perfect not a person without tempta. escape a moment's embarrass- live for Him. _
In LORD will deliver him.
phans. spite of his earnest efforts to judges of what will make us
j times when The LORD will keep him comply with God's law. happy. prayer for something good in

there were few i I II. IJ happy on the earth, and not His act of contrition and his Anyone can remember thingshe itself, yet not get what we ask John C. O'Brien

if any organ. give him over to the will of appeal to the divine mercy are set his heart on-a job, for. An obvious Instance is

ized charities, his enemies ((2.3)). frank and quite touching: say, or a girl -things he either where we are praying for I
Relief for Education Studied
somebody else is Tax
these unfortunate The second of these two got (and wished he hadn't) or
'-p. Once I said, 0 LORD, have for too and both of
I people verses has been adapted by praying ,
did not get (and lived to rejoice -
pity on me heal me though I
I I were left to 1 the Church as a prayer for ; over having missed). No us cannot have it: God must of parents with are in the majority 1 nth 13 penses, Including board. _
have sinned against you" ((5)). THOUSANDS
I ... the mercy and the Holy Father. one wants either God or any decide. Far profounder we aboutto country.A In the !second category fall -
''I the charity of their more "May the Lord keep and pre. He goes on to describe his other donor to give him what may be praying for someone enter or already enrolled in way to grant relief to par- those bills which would permita

jj!I \I favored neighbors. And God, serve him, etc." It is most fit sorry state, and dwells at will make him unhappy. We dear to us to conquer a temptation colleges and universities are ents of college students with credit of about 30 per cent
who in His kindness that length on the fact that thereis -to alcohol or lust, say the of the actual cost of tuition
fatherly ting such a prayer shouldbe can trust God not to. soon to get the out coming up against so- ,
f/l' has a special love for His rag- taken from this particular no one to help him. Not A mass of what looks -or to be converted to the unwelcomenews called constitutional barrier fees and books from tax liability. .

ged and dirty children, asked only have his enemies turnedon great Faith. lawmakers but .
context. like unanswered that tui lies open to the _
bitterly prayer
If over and over again that those For if anyone should be him; even his friends have comes into this category. But We may be certain that God tions have t. at the moment it seems unlike The cost to the government

J whom He blessed with this conspicuous for charity, it is abandoned him. not all.There. will give that person graces been increased. ly that they will make use of it. would range from about $500

world's goods would share certainly he who is the vicarof At the Last Supper, Jesus are the prayers we do which would enable him to resist Not all, of The approach to the problem million a year under the plan

rA I them with the needy. Christ, Love incarnate. And borrowed a verse from this not genuinely pray, prayers the sin or accept the Faith. course, but a advocated by many college administrators allowing additional personal
When His Son to indeed have been part of the psalm to describethe the decision whether he million
I came our Popes which do not deserve considera- very large who see no chancefor exemptions to $800 under -
earth, He raised! the virtue models of charity to the modern treachery of Judas (Jn tion from God. If we are not will actually do so lies with number of institutions the administration's omnibus the plan allowing deduction -

L of charity to a unique position world. One cannot think of 13,18)): submitting our will to His but the person himself: God will of education bill, is some form of all college expenses. The

of pre-eminence, made It John XXIII without remembering Even my friend who had my trying to force ours on Him, solicit his will but He will not higher learn- of tax relief for parents bur tax credit plan would cost

I the distinguishing mark of his fatherly gentleness, trust and partook of my bread, if we by-pass adoration and force it.Yet ing have been dened with the cost of higher about $500 million on the basisof

Ills followers and established his universal love for all his has raised his heel against me gratitude and sorrow for sin, a fundamental truth compelled by rising costs to education. current tuition fees but

it as the criterion of children, a love which did not 10)). we are simply treating Him as remains-no true prayer is add from $100 tq .$300 to the Precedents for this type of would rise to about $800 million

I eternal reward. limit itself to those who were The final verse of psalm 40 a kind of slot machine whichwe vast ed.God already high tuition fees. Now relief have already been established by 1970 if the present trend

But the God of the New members of his family. is an editorial addition markingthe hope will be worked by our, will do something withIt would seem to be the time for Double personal exemptions of tuition charges continues.

Testament is the same God who The psalmist recalls God's close of the first of the five penny. -for ourselves, for people congress to do something to are allowed taxpayers An increased output of

.; spoke through the prophets of teaching about love and the books into which the psalteris There is a form of this, not perhaps we have never heardof. ease the financial burden 65 years of age or older and physicians, dentists, gcltn.

\ the Old, and He Is Love. rewards promised to those divided: so repulsive certainly which borne by parents with one or the blind. And no one has lists and teachers Is vital to

J The, author of psalm' 40 who carry it out because he Blessed be the LORD, the Nor be certain that more offspring attending college challenged the constitutionality the nation's welfare.
Is can we
I starts his poem with words of Is now in need of help him God of Israel, from all eternityand yet means that our prayer the repentance or conversionwe or professional school. of such special tax treatment.The Hence, It would seem to be
praise for the who takes self. not genuine: namely' when we
man forever. Amen. Amen. failure of to reasonable to along a
i longed for in our friend The obstacle to an education congress pass
ask God for something without did not after all happen-the subsidy is the so-called vote tax relief for parents of share of the cost of higher

. making the effort called for depth of another man's soul is college students does not education to the taxpayers, including
Father Michael V. Gannon separation of church and
arise from lack of proposals. those who do not have
from ourselves-as when a boy even further beyond our gaze
1 Mission of Nombr De Dieschapters makes a novena that he may than the depth of our own. :state issue. Since this session of congress children in colleges.

The legislators are afraid to opened last January, 114 education Under the pending tax relief _
vote for a bill that would limit tax-relief bills have been proposals, the benefits to

l CjReat in Father Patrick O'Connor such aid to publicly supported Introduced.The parents making sacrifices to

colleges and universities for rash of pending tax-relief give their sons and daughtersa

fear of alienating parents who bills fall into two general cate higher education would be
I \e 10Rlba: catholic VustoRy Political Peace Hoped For send their children to privateand gories. relatively insignificant. The

church-connected institu One would permit deductions most in tax relief a family in

By Vietnamese Catholics tions. from adjusted gross Income the 25 per cent Income tax --
1 Chapter 14 a Breed-but it was treachery. old habits of her Indian up They are equally reluctantto either an additional $600 bracket would receive wouldbe

Cancer and Father Father de Tolosa and the bringing. of Vietnam's best Catholics feel that while the extend aid to students in all exemption for each enrolled $150 a year for each college

FATHER cautiously Oblate Fuentes had been mas- Deceitfully, she told the MANY President dinh colleges for fear of incurringthe college student or deduction of student. Those In the 50 per
approached sacred, and the sailor had been joyous Father Cancer that the agitators are wrong, ire of the church-state actual costs, ranging from tuition cent tax bracket would receivetax
the Indian emissaries
two made a slave. Father Cancer remainder of her "lost" party Diem is not entirely right. separationists, who probablyQ. and fees only to full ex- relief of $300 a student.
and to their to avoid giving
responded learned this agonizing news Since he and his family are backwards even
enjoying hospitality of
overture. Father Cancer shout of harshness
after being deceived again, Catholic, any mistakes they an appearance
the nearby chieftain that she
ed: this time by Magdalena.The had convinced the Indians; that make are likely to be used as towards non-Christians, evenawviolating Question BoxTrent
"We are good men!" and ammunition against the Cath- non-Christians, it
Indian girl appeared the friars were on a peaceful
Indicated signs that he This is is a Catholic president in a
by olic religion. particularly -
suddenly on the shore amonga mission; and that there were like Vietnam. Decisions Ranged Far Wide
unfair when the mistakes ccuntry
wished the Spaniards
crowd of natives. She had some fifty or sixty Indians ,
arise not from the applicationof President Ngo dinh Diem has
1 and Magdalena to be returned shorn herself of her Christian gathered together to hear what
Catholic principles but from not been guilty of persecuting What doctrines were lege professors, high schoolteachers
) and had taken the the missionaries
to him. The Indians clothing on had to say.
failure to apply them. Buddhists for their religion. defined and declared by the Questions should be addressed lawyers-to mention

Father Cancer returned to Buddhist leaders are wrongin They have no grounds, nor has Council of Trent? to: Question Box, only a few of the occupations

I CLANGE BUT TRUE his ship, full of expectation for alleging that they have been any foreign journalist, for accusing The Florida Catholic, P.O. represented cooperate with
the morrow. On board however A. The Council of Trent
But was NODL In this work.
suffering religious persecution. him on that score. Box 3551: : Orlando, Florida.
I 4) Little-Known Facts (for he met an incredible They have been wrong in security forces of his govern- held between the years 1545- No magazine or pocketsizebook
1NL..c.w.c.);a...d..... stranger-a white man-who 1563. It was the 19th general be
MURRAY can the obJectionable
By M. )J. leading their followers into ment have hit the Buddhists placed on -
carried a report that Father public demonstrations in defiance excessively hard for their politically -council held in the Church, the whole and entire under each list until six qualified .

4. .AMO fL1 Cancer's friends were dead. of the law. aimed demonstrations.The longest and most important of species; and the affirmation of reviewers agree that it Is

: I .pi. I flvt: BtATIii The man called himself Juan They have been wrong in hitting was done by all the general councils. The the doctrines of purgatory, In- unsuitable for youth.

Munoz and said that he was threatening a campaign of contemptuous subordinates, probably with whole of Europe was upset by dulgences, the veneration of
I \ PROLAIMEO one of DeSoto's soldiers, cap "civil disobedience," out the president's knowledge. the innovations of the so-called saints along with their relics,
tured here Reformers, beginning with the the of their
PjI ten years before. which means disobedience to But after he came to know of and pious use

A HOL'? VM14t While Father Cancer was lawful authority to a degree it, he was slow indeed to do rebellion of Martin Luther. Images.In .
I ashore Munoz had escaped just short of rebellion. anything to salve the hurt. No This council dealt with the addition to these dogmatic

from his Indian master and They have been doing all this member of his entourage was new heresies in detail, and with decrees, there were enacted far-

'ica? ___ paddled out to the Spanish shipin while their country is under any faster. the abuses in the Church which reaching reforms in disciplineand
a canoe. He reported to the attack from communist occasioned them. moral, Involving
I iauIif1. As Catholics see it, it leaves
sairLt- ..SC1OR1UIbf now heartsick Father Cancer sors. They have been doing it their religion exposed to criticisms The Bishops of this council, changes in canon law. PabUthed every Friday
sc4Me that the Indians had slain the ostensibly to obtain redress of presided over at its opening by
which, however unrea In its lasting effects, the FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS, lae.
tSOenturlJ dil Priest and the Oblate-he had alleged grievances that even Cardinal Pole of England, made P.O. Be* 1)51 OArde* S..l!*
will still be damaging.It
paruh. sonable, Council of Trent is one of the ..
seen the scalp of the friar him if they were real, would not the following dogmatic decisions lit K t c.t..1a1 t>Hr*
Or" .d.. ThriCe Stltf
cafistnanz1up7r self-and held the sailor in justify such extreme measures. gives enemies of the : most important.Q. Subscription In U.8.A. and Canada
Church another pretext for
bondage. Catholics, like other Vietna- The confirmation of the 14.00 per year; tile r countries
Catholics.Of Who reviews the pub- ts.eo.
\ : Troubles began to mount mese citizens, recognize that attacking Nicene Creed; the authenticityof The Florida CathoSie U a n.mb r
c lications for the National
; The ship began to leak, and it the President has a duty to defend course the tactics of the Latin Vulgate version of of the Catholic PreM Aucdatlon

T \ was far from shore; meat and l the state and preserve President Ngo dinh Diem and the Bible; the definition of the Office for Decent Litera- and Conference the National News Catholic Service. Welfare Doper

) ,. V fish were spoiling; water was: public order. his government in dealing doctrine of original sin; the torc? and Martin publishers' reprtsenta.Uve. -
4 running low; many of the crew Many of them feel however with refractory citizens are not condemnation of the. Lutheran Entered a. second claM mall
f/ A. The publication to be Mar 1. 195*. at Orlando. Florida
down with fever and I that he his dictated by his religion.The doctrine of
were ; and govern justification by under the Act of March I, 1W.YUeeM .
dIowd&, tfus S7r4VV'f'I\) STBWtt MTfiO* Juan de Arano, the captain, had l ment should have done it best way for President Faith alone; the condemnation evaluated is sent too n e of
EAtLttD.cfcfDz'IsLaND L'GRQhW )' 1 ( 75IQOATS.qtTgDzR become Increasingly fractious. with more tact and lev* se- Ngo dinh Diem to take the of 30 errors about the sacraments -NODL's 150: reviewers,a' group e
.,- l SAVD&qsic
i: Th114? ,. 77q17)jALLY,q wixws.cW MOMS and Father Cancer found II verity. steam out of the Buddhist agitation ; the definition of the which includes Catholics, Protestants fatb.p X. lailtk
i'vir. hard to keep him from with.. Not only would less severe now (and not all BuddhIsts Real Presence in the Eucharistand and Jews. These re Executive Editor
'- drawing. Despite everything,p methods have been more effective are Involved) would be of transubstantiation; the ,viewers volunteer their serv Editors lark: MUe A. miliilf' Qala.

C1AJM HIM AS AttXCWSKAUSt Father Cancer would see his I ; they would have been to relax restrictions generallyon declaration that Holy Communion ices. .' J** pb A. B..ler
M MS 7&Ut mission completed-One way 01. more appropriate in a Catholic civil liberties and make under both species I U not 'dnrt1Elnc ManagerAugust

APART tY IKX COtiaS. another. statesman.If some other reforms for which necessary for valid reception by Librarians, social workers,
Friday, 16 1963
txtrtf : Martyrdom any man should lean over there is strong popular desire. the laity, .Christ being present advertising men, nurses col- ,


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Daytona Beach In Letter to Former See The Florida Catholic Friday, Aug. 16, 1963 Page Five I

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j I Welcome Furniture Travelers Pope Tells Milanese Our I I Mass Guidel

Porch and Patio Specialties Era Critical
I I Rattan Wrought Iron Spirit SUNDAY, August 18
Eleventh after Pente-
| Sunday
1 Aluminum 7E
I Highway I Ormond Beach MILAN (NC)-Pope Paul VI in a special message to a I S cost. Mass of Sunday, Gloria

his old flock of the archdiocese of Milan haa asserted I Creed, Preface of Trinity.

that "our age is decisive." I MONDAY, August 19

him to leave that northern St. John Endes. (Mass! of a
Italian The letter, dated August 11, '
and American Food metropolis 'WhereVI hopedto t Confessor not a Bishop,
was in its content and by thePope's t
a end Our days." .' Gloria, Common Preface),
Open 5 P.M. 'til I II I P.M. own description in the
nature of a pastoral letter. As Theft he fare the main ,' I TUESDAY, August 20
Banquet Facilities such-a papal pastoral to an reason for his message, flaying Y I w F St. Bernard. (Mass of a Doctor

.' Closed Mondays individual diocese other than : _ : : of the Church, Gloria,

his own as Bishop of Rome- "Our greater regret In this C T Tto K Common Preface).

SAN REMO it was unique among pontifical sudden farewell ii 1 nth. WEDNESDAY, August 21

RESTAURANT documents.The thought of how much of Our i St. Jane Frances de Chantal.
(Mass! of Woman not
Pope began the letter by ministry was left unfinishedIn a

1290 ISO. RIDGEWOOD explaining how, as Archbishopof Milan Among the many \ : u ks a Martyr, Gloria, Common

CL 2-1357 Milan, he had establishedthe things to which We have put j Preface).

custom of writing a pas Our hand, mort was begun THURSDAY, August 22
The Immaculate Heart of the
toral letter to his people on the, than was completed."
Blessed Virgin Mary. (Massof
occasion of the feast 0 f the It Is !In motivating thoughtsthat !
feast, Gloria 2nd Prayer
THE e f! Assumption of the Blessed the import of the message
t of Sts. Timothy, Hlppolytns
Virgin Mary into Heaven, goes beyond Milan, as they reveal
and Symphorianus, Creed,
August 15. He had done this the mind of the former j
1I 1 Preface of Blessed Virgin).
he said, as a kind of pre-holi- Archbishop of Milan who Is [
day greeting, for August 15 now pontiff of the Universal J
St. Philip Benlzl. Mass of
traditionally marks the peakof Church.
a Confessor! not a Bishop,
I INTERIORSDRAPERIESSLIPCOVERS the summer vacation seasonin The Pope said: Gloria, Common Preface).
Italy. t
"We had the Impression \ SATURDAY, August :.t
Qualified Decorator Service The former Giovanni Cardinal from the very beginning of St. Bartholomew. Mass of
Montini said his
of annual
1114 RIVERSIDECL Our ministry there (In Milan) feast, Gloria, Creed, Preface

5-0074 Holly Hill letter that the conditions of our society of Apostles).
"It was a comment
on certain
were leading the status of
t aspects and events of the MILESTONE REACHED BY ST. JOSEPH SISTERS IN
its religious life into a state ST. AUGUSTINE JACKSONVILLE
V v V day; it was a n attempt to of danger and crisis. -during ceremonies on August Florida- took important steps milestone, in ceremonies traditionally St. Augustine last Sunday

create a common spiritual en 11 In St. Augustine and in their religions life. The held by the St.
"We could see the wealth of were, from the left, Sister
counter in the pious and comfortIng religious tradition threatenedwith at Jensen Beach-the mother ceremonies in South Florida Joseph community, which Is Mary Davida, Sister Mary tF/R Lr D'Ai'0 :S

thought of the Blessed decline and ruin. They bouse and the novitiate, respectively were stages already accompushed known as the profession of Bernarda, Slater Mary Step
.. .f /fv Virgin Mary in heaven; it was -25 Sisters of St. the Sisters above. STEER
by simple perpetual
TOWS. hank, Sister Katerl
v vv were threatened not only ex Mary lcoCRAaceJj.
in short a special statement of ternally but also internally because Joseph of St. Augustine, They have just passed the Professing final TOWS in Sister Peter Joseph, Sister
our pastoral dialogue, which
I of a change and a breakdown Mary Paulette, Sister Mary
was intended to assure of
Our vigilant concern and of In the popular aware- Filipino Cardinal Foresees SpreadOf Bartholomew, Sister Mary
v v Our blessing." ness of that sound religiousrrentallty Susanna, Sister Mary Barbara BBOtLlft
and of that tradi- Sister :Miriam: Therese! ,

the He Milanese recalled had gratefully been good that ional fidelity to the Church Gospel Direct Result of CouncilBy Sister Maria Annunclata and Test er STEAKS B..T.r St. VUJiet
FLORIDA IS FULL which are the basis and source Sister Helen Therese. EL i-9lt
and generous to him, and remarked -
OF DANDEE of that wealth. The measure of
I MOMS that !It was painful for Monsignor Justino C. Ortiz
concern was :proportionateto
the worth of the spiritual MANILA (NC-The ecumenical council will undoubtedly bring untold benefits tothe HAJtM'ACY

1 \y, University Head Dies heritage of which We found vast mission. .territories. of Asia and the Pacific, Rufino Cardinal Santos, Archbishop ,EASTERiyiN6KLLI1I1LK P

Ourself the responsible admin ot Manila, bas said here.
4 BALTIMORE (NC) -A Requiem apostles, inspired by the teach writings of the Apostles, es. PRESCRIPTION 8bKICKProf ::
ALUMINUM istrator. Cardinal Santo spoke in an Co.mrtU, Clear Csn.ra Dc.pBrtnif.BtlFro
i! \ ..... Mass was offered at Immaculate ings of the council will be ableto pecially St. Paul. Fir It up and D llT.ry Lunch.. sad i.4. Bar
Interview given to the NCWC'
AWNINGS The Pope insisted that this KT 714, I-ATII
Los 1fu1 Conception church bring the missions closer to Queried about the use of ZOJ2 Blandln Blvd. -
l.I i is News Service. Asked why he S318 Jammt Rd. 771-.SOS
not vision
tee1M a
CMlMlfMC William the Holy See. vernacular
Father E.
for in the
here languages
D. Q. :J5ASTERLI: O..u.f.n..rSCHOOLS
".... """ of the religions character of thinks the council will aid the
e.tl. Katzenberger C.M., 87, presi- He stated: Mass: he said:
S.reea lrind.w. 'Jtj our age, but rather a realistic :missions he said:
1 dent of Niagara Universityfrom "Fired with a new zest anda "That is no longer a matter
,I. trau.MalanaaI one." "Because the council Is devoting
1 1918 to 1927. Father true sense of mission, the for discussion. The decisionhas
Katzenberger, who died here He reminded the Milanese of considerable attentionto laity will be inspired to par already been reached in the

was associated with the university "several alarming appeals" the expansion, promotionand ticipate more actively and ex council that only some partsof
which he had given with documentary i maintenance of the missions. the Mass be
He had renderedin
for 46 years. tensively in the apostolate of may
been stationed at Immaculate and analytical support. : the hierarchy." the vernacular for greater ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident

Conception church since 1959. He recalled too that "Our "The Bishops of the conn Cardinal Santos was askedIf facility in understanding, for and day school for girls: on shores of beautiful
conclusions were directed toward ell will give impetus and i the council will have any instance the Gospels and the Lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited New

reawakening consciences, stress to all constructive pro effect on the discipline of the Epistles." buildings. All sports, music, art, dramatics. Directed by

d..d. w..A. ia encouraging efforts, recom- grams for the spread of the Church. He replied: Speaking on Christian unity., Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar,
j POWDER PUFF mending undertakings, suggest. word of God in all these "Yes. Surely the council will he declared: ROSARIAN ,ACADEMY, WEST PALM BEACH

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Boyette Awning and Tinting self with renewed activity and The council will unquestionably ops and the life of the clergy." ing to fulfill the example of SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
I I militant because of This he Our Lord when He Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 7-12
courage a ; consider 'the creation of continued will be of prayed at
and Venetian Blinds Co. Helen :M. Sehe.nk. OR 1-4S1S Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited
special need of salvation. 3 new ecclesiastical jurisdictionsin vital importance to the life of the Last Supper for His Apos
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112 Madison Ave. Opp. Coquina Hotel "Our age Is decisive. It j mission areas discuss ways the Church, and will necessitate tles and other brethren to be For further particulars address: Sister Directress

.{ calls for intensity of efforts. 'of helping them financially and the adaptation of present- united.
It invests us with a vocation (deal with the problem of howto day society to the Church, "It was Our Lord's wishto

Floyd J. Tredwaj's of defense and renewal. It 1 convert their peoples effectively which always desires the wel have unity in the Churchand ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident

Daytona Moving & Storage Co. demands the fidelity and the 1 and permanently, he fare of human society. that there be only one
sacrifice of great momenta. The Cardinal was asked if Church." and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully
Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC. said.The council is: deeply aware h e envisioned changes I n Cardinal Santos said that accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general

DAYTONA DE LAND "Our Priests have already (of the shortage of missionaries.That church ritual and practices. He communism "has raised grievous courses music art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy
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pastoral dedication. They will reasons why he continued, "There will certainly be ." He added:
t do well to follow it. Our laity
there has been some discussion some changes but not on "For this reason we dIscussed -
{ In the council of the possibility fundamentals. AVe can be (at the council) the

A. Ritzi & Sons "Our age deserves a profound of using specially ,fairly certain that the conn strengthening of Christian doc- BEACH
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effort ass throat Z.h.:
toward the interior
i trained laymen to help In the'missions. cil will bring to our times trine, the good works of the troands In a hilly and plctareq. r*(.I.> .. lrg. .wlvamUg p..l.TennU .
Registered JewelersCL life, toward thought and ; the life of the first era of apostolate and the propagationof t'earh. Other sports ellltlet.. Made. art dtarlnr and dramatic
action not only to the Conducted by the Sliten of Saint Jfteph. r.r farther .taformatl
2.2552 American Gem Society 122 N. Beach St. protect Cardinal Santos Is convinced the Church as often ex the true Christian way of apply Is; Pinter Dlrrctre*, Mint ir..*ph Acadtny, <...*. B.. ...
I spiritual treasure that tradition i that devoted and dedicated lay pressed and described in they life."
has handed down to us, ,

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CITY (NC-In the spring of this year, Pope John XXIII set up a commission :: ; WJ\ ; l !

of 30 Cardinals to revise the code of Canon Law. This commission will now carryout trF. im. t0':\

one of the late Pope's major projects, announced in the early months of his pontif V _Pori
the present code went into First Vatican Council (1869- .',. ,. } Paul VI has told visitor fa
task of the new commis. .
slon effect in 1918. 1870)) conditions had preventedthe I \ Rome that he hopes they will
will be to gather and pre ( 'T\ f'
Canon law grew up slowly passing of disciplinary laws "' ; 'I.J"tj \ see the "spiritual and religious
pare material for a revision of ,. :
the canon law code accordingto over the centuries. Its begin or consideration of the Bishops' ,t 7... \ >i..J: .... reality" behind the city's art
nings go back to the very early request for codification of "'" \ "" \ and history.
the directives ; 0'
of the ecumenical \ :iI.4o
council. days of the Church.In those already in force. '- (D \ Appearing at a \v\ndovr of
,: ,!, ;;
Canon law is the body of the first century the But In 1904 rope St. Pius X .' his stud at noon on Sunday

laws and regulations formulated Bishops of Rome governed the announced his determination ; : the Pope spoke to a crowd estimated !!.

by the Church for the Church mainly through cor- to have a complete and .. <. ; ). : at 15,000 in St. eter's

discipline of its members.Its respondence, deciding on cases oi-derly codification of all ." : '. :. 'Si: ; square before reciting the

principal sources are decrees submitted to them and settling existing Church laws, with Angelus and giving his ttefs-

issued by the Topes, points of general discipline. obsolete and outdated ones r : ? tl; : ; ;' <<-\ ing.
.... ,. 't.
ecumenical councils and Vatican Many of these decisions ac- eliminated and others: '. ""O"- ,, ... "[ gee that yon are not *\

congregations, and de- quired the force of law eitherat brought into conformity with NURSES,GRADUATED AT ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL IN JACKSONVILLE Roman," he aid, "but many*,
cisions of Church tiibunals. once or in the course of modern conditions.He .
time. Graduates of St. Vincent's Primo, Gainesville; Loraine Catherine Mary Howe, Mary Ann BnifRjjeman, Miami of you are also pilgrims and1'
The work of the commission appointed a commissionof
In addition, other Bishops Hospital School of Nursingwere Faye Souther" Ocala; BeterlyAnn Tampa. ; Alice Marie Strickland, tourist who hare come to
will be the first major Cardinals under his! own
presented, to Archhish.op K u shin ore, Seffner, Also, Leslie Gardner Rutkow Jacksonville; and Mary hath
enacted for their own sees Rome from distant places
revision of canon law since chairmanship. On March 25,
such regulations as local conditions Joseph P. Hurley for their Bridget rog::i iiis Holly Hill; ski' D A y tOil a Beach" ; trine Miller, Miami.GRADUATES .
1904, the world's Archbishopswere "You are visitors and ob
diplomas at the exercises fl iW'- A
required. These regula- asked to confer with AY. 0. ii "" servers, and I hope that youl
Mission Set tions were not general, but their suffragan Bishops and which took place on Sundayafternoon i may see In this Roman scene \I
August 11, in St.
sometimes they spread from within four months to send not only what Is visible to the

diocese to diocese and ended word as to which laws in their Paul Church, Jacksonville. __ eyes, namely art and history

InBahamasByJosephites by gaining individual recognition opinion needed amendment. Monsignor: Patrick E. Xol m but also the spiritual and religious ,
and thus becoming part of '*.1<'., the pastor' of St. Paul's, __ reality which all this '
the general canon law. Every Bishop was given the "spoke' to the :gathering: and __ s '
means and represent
right to keep a representativein
conveyed the congratulationsof :: _
The ecumenical councils Rome to attend commission everyone to the )'oungwom..n. __ "It Is precisely with this religious ',
the first of which was held meetings. thought in mind that I

BALTIMORE (XC) The in Xicata in what is nowTurkey When a tentative draft was __ invite you to pray to our most:;
Josephite Fathers will begin Members of the c I a s sdarting _
not only defined drawn up, it was submitted to blessed lady," Pope Paul coun-
in their (;" in foreground, left .
working first
foreign points of doctrine with theapproval
expert canon lawyers who selled. .......
mission field, the Bahamas, in of the Popes, but to right, each row above) V Ira.5,
acted as consultors to all Bishops .1
the fall, their superior generalhas also enacted numerous dis. were Miss Ann Bailey, De- F 'K
and to
religious superiors
I nd Sharon Lee Mcraskill, Archbishop HonoredPARIS
announced. <:i ; I
riplinary laws for the whole entitled attend -I 1
to an ecumenical
Father George F. O'Dea Church. council. Orlando; Marcia Doyle, De- (XC) Archbishop |

S-SJ., said that Bishop i Paul Despite many efforts to collect Their opinions were then Land; Hf'lene'e Lo Cicero, Leon-Etlenne Duval of Algiers I
I*, llagarty O.S.B., of the and codify these laws, by studied by the commission.It Sarasota.Also was named to receive the cross I

Nassau diocese, which includes the Middle Ages there was is estimated that every Dona Jean Black, of a knight In the Legion of I

all the Bahamas, "has considerable confusion about canon in the code was discussed Jacksonville; Patricia Lee Honor, and Paul Cardinal I

asked us to take over the them. It was difficult to know from ;5 to 12 times before Dodge, Pinellas Park; Charlotte I Richaud Archbishop of Bor /

mission work on one of the which laws were genuine, its final adoption.The Todd Adams, St. Peteis.burs : \ Beaux, was promoted to the//

islands known as Long which had been repealed and ; Carol Louise Johns, F4P ; 1e rank of officer In the legion IrJ
Code of Canon Law that
Island. which were still in force. Temple Tf'rl.af'j; Kita Ann an order signed on BastilW
resulted from these efforts was
"This departure into the About 1140 an Italian Monk, promulgated on May 27 1917, Hajes, Miami.Also Day by President Charles df

foreign mission field is the first Gratian, compiled a monumental by Pope Benedict XV and went Mary Alice McDonaldand w,. Gaulle. Itter
in the history of the society" work. He collected and Donna K\eljn Fariow,
into effect the following May[
Father O'Dea said, "and is in tried to put in order all Church 19. Jal.k o.l'illf'ntoinf'tte Hianchi HEAR MONSIGNOR NOLAN
accordance with the decree of Ormond Beach Cynthia .
which had ;
legislation accum- Since then numerous official Last Sunday afternoon in St. Paul Church, Jacksonville, the pastor, Monsignor
the chapterto Ann Dumas Winter
Josephite general ulated to his time. Although Mary
extend our mission activities unofficial up and resting entirelyon Church documents which have Paik; Patricia Ellen; Cal Patrick E. Nolan V.F., addressed (above) the graduates of St. Vincent Hospital

beyond the shores of the his own authority, "Gra- issued the force of law have the been kill.. Three Rivers, Michigan. School of Nursing in Jacksonville. The program was concluded with Benediction of
necessitating present -
the Most Blessed Sacrament.
United States. tian's Decree," as his book was effort of revision. Also, Sharma Terrell

The Josephites, with a membership called, was so useful that it '. = :,V:><._v-,,.,.....',,,r V.- ," ,.__ i .
of more than 2oO::! soon superseded all earlier cob 12y. .
7-ftad !t,*t t
Priests and Brothers, ministerto lections.

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    The Florida Catholic, Friday Aug. 16, 1963 Page Seven I

    Taken byl2 at Motherhouse

    Qf Diocesan Sisters of St. JosephContinued 1 t. 1 K

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    ( from Page One) all gifts to Almighty God, the God through the Tlrtue of .

    the three great affections that gift of their own wills. obedience rT :" P { 'I c. .

    keep man from knowing God a>w 1 .' W ;
    Those who
    pronounced vows The Archbishop expressedthe ? 3 Ts
    and from possessing Him. "
    Sunday were encouraged to be wish that the Sisters wouldbe :
    The Sisters P
    taking the
    forever conscious and awarethemselves t tx.
    eternally successful In following -
    vows, have sacrificed not only ... .
    of living the life of
    out these virtues whichare
    the things of the body and the tt
    chastity and of poverty of
    now vows and which haveas
    things of this world, but they
    hav'made' spirit, the poverty which seeks their purpose the leading of .
    most of
    perfect L.'r"
    not anything of this world.
    the Sisters and those who come

    The Sisters were counseledto within their Influence, to the
    ORLANDO pray morning, noon and final possession of Almighty

    r/ night that they might be wom- Y

    t WINTER PARK en of poverty here below, in God.Father Frank M. Mouch and

    order that they might seize
    Father John P. Caulfield assisted
    upon the riches that are heave

    Complete Pest Control enly, the riches that are eternal, the Archbishop duringthe

    LEWISCOBBEXTERMINATING the riches of grace, the riches ceremonies. Among the

    CO. which lead to God Himself. Priests present were St. Augus

    Incorporated 1946 They were told to give to: tine's Monsignor John P.

    I 1320 Wilfred Dr.-P.O. Box 1148 God willingly the gift of their Burns, Monsignor Charles A. -
    wills, the gift of obedience.The Bartok of Orlando, Father
    Last Sunday In Jensen Beach, two novices of the Sisters of St, Mary Luke, Sister :Mary Vincentia and Sister Gregory Marie; back,
    example that will Urban Schnaus O.S.B. of the
    I you Joseph received their holy habits and names in religion and 11 other. Sister :Mary Celine Sister Louis Andre Sister Agnes Therese, Sister
    JIM BLAKEOFFICE give and the which
    Catholic I
    SUPPLYFURIITURl1 you will win, not only foryourselves University of America, Sisters took their first vows. Pictured above from the left are: front, John Anthony; :Mother Saint Charles, mistress of novices; Sister Mary

    Washington, D. C. Sister Ann Justin Sister :Mary Sister Anastasia Sister Sister Kevin and Sister Winifred Marie.
    Lucy Mary Timothy Joseph
    but for ,
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    your perfect attention to Y SS
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    your TOW of obedience, will
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    W. Hwy. 50 PARK the Sisters of St. Joseph at Jensen Beach: received the holy habit of the St. They were first to score more best deal. "Groat

    Winter Garden ; FLORIST Augustine diocesan congregation this month. They are pictured as they presented than 500 runs and to rack up made their ball club"A

    Member i. FLOWERS BY WIRE themselves in bridal attire, the worldly dress which they gave up on August 11 to be more team than 1000 hits. Their year ago when the Cards
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    I Parish 2120 Edgewater-GA 3.5771 invested as white-veiled novices. Miss Jacquelyn Parrish, left, is called in religion, points higher than otherin finished sixth, Iii games out,

    Orlando Nita GA 2.0894 Sister Mary Anastasia. Miss Constance Gilder right is Sister Mary Luke. the majors.A any shortstop was their weakest fry
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    J Then Only The Finest I* Good Enough Christian Doctrine I simple goodness and his understanding have been able to pull away to
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    ., BishopElect1st

    Six Schools will be Newly Staffed "
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    ( .. ... from P.fe One) have served St. John School, 1 ; i : : ; : : ;: ', SAX JUAN (XC)-Consignor
    which 'will now offer gradesone St. Petersburg Beach, since it I : :: : ::; ; } Juan de Dios Lopez has been
    through seven. ; Paul VI to
    was founded. : appointed by Pope
    OrlandoGOOD ST. ANDREW .- serve as the first Auxiliary
    Another parish, located due : Bishop of San Juan.
    SHEPHERD west of Good Shepherd, in the : The appointment was announced
    Monsignor Harold F. Jor Pine Hills section of Orlando, here by Archbishop
    dan's Good Shepherd School has its James Peter Davis of San
    parochial buildings _
    this year In Orlando joins the within the sight of the busy t Juan. Bishop-elect Lopez, vicar
    growing chain of diocesan traffic artery, U.S. Highway -i: general since 1961, is the third
    schools taught under the aegis 50. Society of the Precious : native of this island to be
    of School Sisters of Notre Blood Fathers announced this named to the hierarchy.
    Dame, another congregationwhich week that the Pine Hills BUhop-designate i! lj o p e x
    traces its origin to Italy. school, St. Andrew's, will be made his studies for the
    The 640 children in the kin- staffed this year by Sisters of Priesthood here and at Xor-
    dergarten and eight grades the Precious Blood from Day- U wood, Ohio. lie wan ordained
    taught in 19 classrooms at ton, Ohio. .. in San Juan on June 1%,
    Good Shepherd School have Precious Blood Sisters first 19:1.
    been entrusted up to now to came to the United States in u.L the The first Puerto Rican named
    the Sisters of St. Joseph of the 1844 from Switzerland. presented to the hierarchy was Bishop
    At this dis-
    diocesan congregation head- This will be the first time Alejo Armizmendl y de la
    quartered in St. Augustine, the Dayton congregation of Father Patrick Torre, who was consecrated in
    who came to Good Shepherdon Sisters has been representedIn : Father Michael Caracas, Venezuela. He died in

    a temporary basis. the Diocese of St. Augus- Father Sager, 1714.The
    Four School Sisters of tine and Father second native Is Auxiliary -

    Xotre Dame will come to Or- They come to a school which : Council will resume Bishop Luis Aponte Martinez
    lando from the provincial of Ponce. He was consecrated
    has 475 pupils in eight grades,
    motherhonse of the eastern on October 12, 19(50(
    taught in nine classrooms and ..
    province In Baltimore. Bishop Aponte was the first
    two portables. The temporary
    These Sisters also teach at Puerto Rican raised to the
    convent will be located at Bal
    Christ the King School in boa and Cortez Streets. hierarchy in his homeland.
    Tampa; have long been identified Sunday
    ST. JOHN VIANNEY Cuban Consecrated
    with Catholic educationin Father Vincent E. Smith will
    Tampa's Our Lady of Per Novitiate SANTO DOMINGO, Domln-
    welcome to St. John Vianney
    petual Help Academy; and School in Orlando Sisters of lean Republic (XO-Archbishop -
    from Palo One) Perez Serantes of
    St. Francis from Glen Riddle, and to the girls Enrique
    Unanimous Choice consecrated auxiliary
    Pennsylvania. This congregation Santiago
    Father Johnston
    INDIANAPOLIS (XC) was founded in the United Bishop Adolfo Rodriguez Her-
    to consider for a
    Francis Cardinal Spellman was States by the Venerable John how privileged they rera of Camaguey, Cuba in
    the unanimous choice for the Nepcmucene Neumann C.SS.R., that city's cathedral recently
    of all the in the
    1963 distinguished service med Bishop of Philadelphia from according to reports reaching
    al of the American Legion. 1852 to 1860 who will be beatified Divine Lord had
    Cardinal Spellman Is military in Vatican City on October for the outstand here.ST.
    vicar of the military ordinar- 13 of this year. of which the cere- AUGUSTINEPONTIAC
    iate, which serves the nation's These Franciscan Sisters y an external sign.
    armed forces at military basesin were founded in 1855. They
    : will you make of
    this country and abroad. come from provincial head "
    James E. Powers, legion quarters in Baltimore to teach ? The Priest an-
    An !<'*'. >.. 1 Road Car
    question by counsel > r
    national commander, announced children at St. John Vianney.The .
    the presentation will school will also! take : 1:1 : I i total consecration to BANTA BROS.St. .
    be made to the Archbishop of care of children who will i life.
    New York on September 10.National come to Orlando by bus from Augustine 1
    he said, that
    Kissimmee's parish and its
    mission of St. Cloud.A they performed
    new six-cell convent has out of love of God; EUGENE l. BARNES
    been readied in the Orlando act they perform
    & SON
    parish for the Sisters. A five- the greatest proof of
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