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 23, 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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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j Holy Name 'N dF000-QIZ riaiiiling iuvaanICTII ; ;

T1tj: / t or'/} a Late October ConventionJACKSONVILLE

; I of the St. Augustine- 'Members Diocesan I .

t Union of Holy Name To;: "
f a O I : c Societies will hold their:an- : : a r, .'

.1 nual convention, October.'25- ,

27, in Jacksonville on the ,
eve of the diocesan Eucharistic -

Congress.In .
VOL. XXTV, No. 43 Orlando, Florida, Friday, August 23, 1963 Ten Cents announcing the dates :t, i .. z' ax

for the Holy Name convention
; r
:Monsignor Harold; F. \
< # b e > "
Workers EncouragedIn Jordan said that the diocesan

corps of devoted Holy Name

men would contribute larger

ly to the attendance at the \ \

Fisher Apostolate Eucharistic Congress in the *

Jacksonville Sun's stadium

ball park on the feast-.of 4- '
} ORLANDO-More than 100 members of the laity from Greater Orlando are spend- Christ the King.Headquarters \

ing the last two weeks of August attending a special course to prepare themselves to for the diocesan

be Fishers or to teach catechism in their parishes. In cooperation with area Priests, convention will be the

the course is taught by Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart from Baltimore. The con- Roosevelt Hotel.Arrangements. t ,' + '

sensus of the Priests' opinion is that all expectations have been exceeded in regard to for diocesan 'i : ""q-

attendance and enthusiasm of the lay volunteers who come each night as "students." committees will be, under n V 2 -' ', : Lr ,
Father John F. Wells, di the direction of Daniel A., c

ocesan director of the Confraternity Confraternity Sunday to pro Ray Armstrong who was at Xaughton, diocesan p r.e.*1- p ..--- 4r
of Christian Doctrine, mote attendance and recruit last night's classes conductedin dent, who resides in Jack YP -,1

is also one of the area's parish volunteer teachers. the parish of Monsignor sonville.A :: 8 aR \

Priests. His parishioners fromSt. "The Confraternity," Father Harold F. Jordan told of his preliminary to the diocesan \ _

Margaret Mary's, Winter Reason told his people, parish. personal reaction to the course convention in Jacksonvillewill'' '

Park, have accomplished great ioners of St. Mary Magdalen and to the Fisher work whichhe be the annual rally of the St.. 'Y

' things in bringing people to the Church in Maitland, "is the does in Maitland: Augustine D e a n e ry's Holy"

Faith and in turning the feet active inner life of the "Without my being involved Name men. Through the c ur-_ k. r ,
of fallen aways once more towards Church." WORKERS, Page 8 HOLY NAME, Page 8 ii

their Father's House. I
On Racial HarmonyNation's
He was interviewed, along > 4' ri
with a number of others at the
session last night at Good -C $+

Shepherd School where the Bisho ps Urge t' t }

1 Sister catechists and the di

ocesan Priests: are teaching. 7
The Fisher program: came a yY
In for praise from Father Personal Invo Ivementhe!

Well, who mentioned how 9
much is accomplished when S
' a fellow layman care so Following is the text of the joint pastoral letter of t, American Bishops on racial rr !

much about Christ that he harmony, released today.
goes: to people to bring them NEARLY five years ago we November, 193S, simply reaf ciples and to offer some pas.. P a

to Him. Bishops of the firmed the Catholic position ale toral suggestions for a Catholic '. : 3sfr r >t

In conjunction with this United States, proclaimed with ready made explicit in a much approach to racial harmony.We .
current course, Father HubertJ. one voice our moral judgmenton earlier statement in 1913. insist that "the heart of

Reason was one of several racial discrimination and In the present crisis, \\e ,wish the race question is moral and Q
: i i
area Priests who conducted a segicgation. This judgment of to repeat those moral prin- religious. It concerns the rightsof ; k
man and our attitude towardour
Pastoral in VietnamPrelate fellow man Discrimination 4:
based on the accidental : ,,
fact of race or color, and as, ;
Says 'Be Peacemakers such injurious to human'

rights, regardless of personal
qualities or achievements, can '.Y;' a v_?
Scores News Misrepresentation .not be reconciled with the t Y

'. ... -. ...",truth: .that" God,hal.qea'te! '
i Ili Father Patrick O'Connor men with' equal" rights and l'1

SAIGON (NC)-Archbishop Paul Nguyen van Binh of Saigon has issued a second equal dignity."

pastoral letter, dated the feast of the Assumption, explaining Catholic teaching and We reaffirm that segregation I II :: _.;.; -
I ; : =---
Catholics' duties in relation to the current dispute between the government and a large implies that people of one race
section of the Buddhists in Vietnam.He are not fit to associate with
August 28, the Diocese will observe the feast: of of St. Augustine will hold the annual triduum ending on I
calls on Catholics to be the "peacemakers" in the Gospel sense, protests against, another "by sole fact of raceXATIOX'S
its saint St. of. The'Cathedral the festal of
patron Augustine Hippo. day the patron of parish and Diocese.
foreign press misrepresentations of the Catholic position, and distinguishes between Page 3

functions- of the state and '., -', T W. D. Noble Chosen

the Church.He : : i
links his words "to the d : '

admirable message of peace a A ; Receives National HonorsIn

that Pope John gave to all men ; ,
of good will, the encyclical
Given HNS
"Pacem in Terris." by
Peace the ._'
Archbishop says -;
must be founded on truth. He j ;; t ,rT. ...: BUFFALO (NC-Special) awards at the eighth quad-
notes that in public statements rennial Holy Name Society convention now in session here

here and in demonstrations 1 were received by four Priests and 20 laymen. Among
around pagodas, nobody has those honored was William D. Noble, past president of the

blamed the Catholic Church or St. Augustine Diocesan Union of the Holy Name Society,

Christians as Christians. ; l4 member of Sacred Heart Parish Tampa. who received
Yet 'rumors unfavorable to I ti- r the :Medallion Circle Award. -
the Church have been heard t' >. I, This award is newly established Boston archdiocese; Father

and several harmful articles I by the HNS national office Alcuin Lawrence O.S.B., Seattle

have! been published in the ,,,........, in New York and honorsspiritual archdiocese and Father HectorC.
foreign ; he wrote. 'i2v directors Lemieux 8S.S., of New York
pie s ax a, wsy. Priests and
.. national director of the American
"Some of these are obviously .rte I laymen for
? a k ,, Nocturnal Adoration Society
serving religious and political tr V !I contributions -
interests: in their localities," $, i 1 to the so- ,
"Others 1 William A. Adler, Chicago
aid the Archbishop. clety and is
confuse the political authoritythat r 1 presented 0 n LEADERS Page 2
governs Vietnam with the -.1rA-M occasionswhich
spiritual power that rules the R are
illllattMr I
Church in Vietnam." |' k deemed opportune TeachersWill

The Archbishop points out i j by the soc

that the Church has no responsibility ; ; t e t y's spirit
for the recent "inci ; I : u a 1 directors. MeetThursday

dents" but has deplored them The award was 1 tr. >.bU

and their consequences. presented to Mr. Noble at a

"\\'e must also refute those f Y luncheon on August 22, in recognition -

who would have the world I of his singular contribution
believe that Christians have :A ; I to the Holy Name ORLANDO-Next Thursday,
oppressed Buddhists in recent Society In the Diocese of St. 1200 teachers in diocesan

5 ears. These calumnies which I ti Augustine. He has been a memo schools will meet in St Charles
often originate with persons t ber of the HNS for thirty-five Church at a Mass at noon to

Jiving abroad have no validity I years and since his youth he be celebrated by Archbishop

against the truth which is that ; ,' : ( has been an organizer and pro- Joseph P. Hurley.
religious peace based on tolerance I moter of Holy Name activities.He The faculties of the dloce .
has reigned between ", has served as president !.an system of schools ill
of the West Coast gather: prior to the Mass!' for
Christians and Buddhists. : k Deanery,
*i f j'i.''''} ..- :.fr then as vice president of the conferences beginning at 10
This peace still reigns be- \ ... ..
a.m. The general session will
Diocesan Union and in 1960 he
tween them after the.incidentsof :, ,.,,-'., ...'". ---,-.."-:; .\o. .;.,...'.w". "'"';, '." ,.'\:'.''t.r.'., '''.' '; :''..,. '.... .,, h, '- was elected president 0 f the be addressed: : by Father Mortimer
Hue and Saigon I have -----
already asked Christians to ST. JOHN VIANNEY SCHOOL I N ORLANDO TO BE STAFFED BY SISTERS OF ST. FRANCISSt. Diocesan Union. He has been Danaher.

make whatever personal sacrifices .. Father Vincent E. Smithfilling Francis at St. John \lan.n particularly adept in recruit- Speakers listed by Father
a function willed oy uoait ing members for the Society Danaher include Father John
and of parishionerswere Welcomed, from the
may be necessary for a group Sr. Marie Therese O.S.B.
makes laws in accordance and in staging public demonstrations :Mahony who will speak on
Sister Euthalia,
the sake of peace. I ask this at the Orlando depot left were
with the common good. such as the Living science! and religion; M i s ss
of them now and Mill ask it SUter Jo/eta Marie Sister'Ann
Friday to meet the train Renews Vows-5Oth 'YearSAN I
again." "We practice our religion Ro!'aire and !Sister" Rosary. Theresa Bluhm, a cpnsultdnt
freely in South Vietnam justas which brought from the Bal The Medallion Circle 'j for Ginn Company publishers,
The letter applies) the Thomasine Marie. Membersof OiIO-Sister Marie Therese who made her
the faithful of other religious timore province of the Sisters committee Award embodies the official who will elaborate on instruction
teaching on distinctions between denominations. Let us the reception religious profession 50 years ago, celebrated that golden '1 in reading Dr. Elizabeth
of St. Francis the four were, from left Mrs. Roger insignia of the society, in a ;
Church and state fcaj- rejoice in this freedom. But let jubilee and renewed vows on August 15 in Holy Name sliver finish for Priest-reci- J Eiselen, a college professor of
Sisters mho will staff St.John
ing "Ch.'I tians ought to seek to add excessive Hardwick Mrs. Walter here. Abbot Marion Bowman O.S.B., of St. who
us not try Priory chapel pleats and In gold for lamt )'- J geography will speak on
for peace, remaining independent 'rights' and privileges to it," Vianney School this year. Wenck Sirs. Harry Dener- Leo Abbey, who presided, led.the Benedictine unities 'her special field; and Ralph

of all purely human he emphasized."Let The Orlando parish has ar ling, Mrs. Robert Kepp, Mrs. of Priests and Sisters in Jusko of Cincinnati, who will
ters of the Order Benedict Pioneer recipients of the"
in everything that of St.
politics us not confuse the ranged for Catholic children Louis T. Rebenack Mrs. William the jubilarian. ]meet with music instructors to
concerns the Faith. honoring in San Antonio In 1910. award in addition to Mr. Noble discuss
spread of the Faith with the from Kissimmee and St C. Whitney, Mrs. RobertL. Sister Marie Therese, who Since that time she has plans for the musical
The Archbishop continued: are: j portion of the diocesan Eucharistic -
development of political Influence Cloud to commute by bus i in Bibeau, Father Smith, E. came here from Pottsville. given untiring deNOted service
Edward J. HoU .
"At the same time they should Monsignor. i Congnta to take place at
remain nonetheless perfectly or social prestige and let order to recehe a CatholicrHELATE Jackson Haasze and James F. Pennsylvania, Joined the. mis- ".to the education. of .youth C _both loran, Cleveland) diocese; )Ion1 f the: Jacksonville> Ball Park on

Page 8 education from the Sisters oi[ Valentine. si of the Sis SR. MARIE THERESE. Page'3 signor fl'rifncis'.F. lcElro '
subject to the state when ful- nary apostolate 1 the fCI.t i ; of Christ the Kms:.
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Two The Florida Catholic Yftn ,_____ .. .. ,.
Friday, Aug. 23, 1963 ---- r- ----.r' ----- -j-- '

** Pope John Set Up Prize As

CatkoUc Floridaary ReportsSt. Fund in Favor of True Peace

VATICAN CITY (NC)-Pope John XXUI before his

Jacksonville 11; Guild card party April LeoSt death established a peace prize bearing his own name, to
3; and Parents Auxiliary bazaar -

BeachST. April 25. Leo College will Inauguratea be awarded every three brotherhood among men and I

OrlandoKof lecture series next month, it years.He nations."
PAUL set a foundation with
has been announced. Speakers up The John XXIII Peace Prize,
Father James J. Heslln hasa the $160,000 in prize money
will be, on science, Dr. JosephJ. t'j. the Pope said, would be both a :
publicity committee for the The first .. which he received last Mayas
Joint j
professor of education token of his appreciation for
parish organizations of the Sunday of Monsignor Bishop University of Chicago, yr : : ... part of the Balzan peace prize, the Balzan prize and a sign of j

Holy Name Society, Parents Council 2112 and Our Lady of who will be heard September and suggested that the new his "ever fervent and trustful

Auxiliary and the Women's the Lakes Council 5150, Knightsof 23-24 on art, Dr. Ulanov "John XXIII InternationalPeace
; Barry s1 desire that peace ba established -
Guild. Members are Robert Columbus of Orlando, will Barnard College associate pro- 1w' ;i: : Prize Foundation" wouldbe among men and nations

Murphy, Sylvia Cavanaug and be held on Sunday August 25, fessor of literature, October 25- augmented by other grants. with coexistence in truth, justice
Warren Sisson, and a memberof at St. Mary Magdalen Church, The interest from the Balzan "
26 Dr. Thomas
; on history, P. love and liberty. j
each organization. The committee Maitland. Members both prize alone would pre-
of Neil, professor of history at ( peace Pope John noted parenthe-
has listed this forth. councils will assemble before sumably come to upwards of
St. University
; and on.the. ..1'1 It, tically that this last referencewas
coming parochial calendar: the Mass at 8:30 .. $20,000 three years.
: a.m. every
tradition, Father 4\ ,t"'.. ., ......, taken from his celebrated
September 16, open house, Vincent Schaut. O.S.B., of '1. .,.1-. Pope John's formal establishment peace encyclical Pacem in Terri -

Parents Auxiliary; September Women will Read Pennsylvania, December 45. F ; : % ..\ t (! of the foundation was which was dated the pre-
18, Women's Guild benefit; October Nrh .< t made known on August 12 In
'Word/New Issue -1........ ,, .... ... .\'!' j the current issue of the Ada vious April 11. The encyclicalbore
16-17, variety show sponsored JacksonvilleWOMAN'S the descriptive title: "On

by Parents Auxiliary; WASHINGTON (NO- BLESSED SACRAMENT ALTAR AND ROSARY SOCIETY OFFICERS Apostolicae SedK the official establishing universal peace in

December 15, Women's Guild "Word," a new publication for CLUB Shown above at the installation breakfast held in Redington Beach are the new publication of the Holy See. truth, Justice, charity and lib .

and Parents Auxiliary benefit. Catholic women, will begin Officers of the junior membership officers of the Altar and Rosary Society, Blessed Sacrament parish, Largo, Florida. Pope John Issued instructions erty."

For 1964, Parents Auxiliary publication in October. of the Catholic Wom The officers, from the left, are: Mrs. John H. Reeves, corresponding secretary; Miss concerning the foundation ina

members will hold the school Mrs. Joseph McCarthy, president an's Club in Jacksonville are: Margaret Moyna, president; Father Michael Cottrell I.C.; Mrs. Robert Andrews, vice- letter he wrote In his own
children's mardl Febru- hand on May 10, the day President -
gras, of the National Councilof Mrs. Clinton Burbridge Jr., president; :Mrs. Lou Wanner, recording secretary; and Mrs. Michael Simone, treasurer. Antonio Segnl of Italy ST. PETERSBURGMUMFORD
Catholic Women, which will chairman; Miss Monica Diehl,
Editor Named Father John A. O'Brien came to the Vatican for the I
publish the new magazine, saidit co-chairman; and Mrs. William
ST. PETERSBURG first part of the triple cere-
will replace two former Hamilton, secretary. FRESNO (XC) Charles A. surrounding the presentation JhfrlrnatioD Air CvBdltUala
NCCW Message"publicaUons-UMonthly and "Women In ALL SAINTS HOMEThe McCarthy has been named Inquirer Finds Books Help of the Balzan Peace Good IM V Pomp.eA Appliances 9rrlr.

Catholic Action." Auxiliary of All Saints managing editor of the Central Prize. The Pope told the President UI- >th. 8U South

DELTA 0 "Word" will carry a varietyof Home for the aged will sponsor California Register, Monterey- His Vocation to Priesthood tended the to use following the $160,000 day he prize In. Day M-MST rti.Dft:Ml Stft-1141

articles. There will be well the seventh annual card party Fresno diocesan newspaper.Mr. .
serves to kindle the interest of a non- money to create a "perpetualfund
& known guest writers who are McCarthy, associate editor WHATEVER
for the benefit of the home on chan- in favor of peace.
our holy Faith may prove to be the
authorities in their fields
7 as
well as NCCW representatives.The September 25 at 8 p.m. In the of the paper since 1961, nel through which God sends the precious grace of con- He had already outlined his Jackson's Shoes
succeeds Floyd Anderson, who plans in the letter which is
St. Petersburg first issue will have an Jacksonville Garden Center.A version. Thus visits to a Catholic church, pamphlets, ladies' & Men's

article by Monsignor Joseph large committee will assist has been named director of books, contacts with Catholics and especially systematiccourses now published..
"initiative in Clinic Miller
9th North Hit! goal:
4645 Street Gremlllion, director of socio- the general chairman, Mrs. the Press Department, National of instruction prove to be among the most common and
favor of true peace
economic development, Catholic Robert O. McGlll and Mrs. IvanJ. Catholic Welfare Con means of winning souls Vitality Weyenberg
Jim with
pointment. came me,
Relief Services-National Catholic ference, which issues the for Christ. Cushioned Bellaires
ENJOY AUTOMATIC Welfare. Korson, co-chairman. saying, "I'll go with you and New College Head I
NCWC News Service. This is illustrated by the experience -
Central Ave. 862.1355
Tickets for whichIs 641
the event, protect you. Monsignor gaveus
"KeepFilled"DELIVERY Other features will Include a Bishop Aloyslus J. WilHnger of Father L. Long- ADRIAN (XC)-Sister Mary
brief over-all of
the be a picture
pictorial section; a book review open to public, may C.SS.R., also named WilliamJ. mire Speight of Norfolk, Virginia the Catholic Faith and loanedme Paul, chairman of the Siena

and program informationfor obtained from any auxiliary Timmings as business man now pastor of St. Mary's books.I Heights College english depart

Phone St. :Pete 898-11II the national committees. member or may be purchasedat ager of the paper. He had been Church, Suffolk t,.:.". ti4jc'>."...r.5.:. some had been attending Massregularly ment, has been named first HEINZEN dub

Clearwater- 446-8314 the door. advertising manager. Virginia, 6 & "-" .:': using a daily missal !- president of the new St. Dom-

Flowers for Every Occasion who has received .. and praying earnestlyfor inic College at Saint Charles,

# -Olt Co. Tinman's FlowersBonded about divine guidance.Jim Illinois.

Florist I Try This Kitchen Treat I 2 Father 00 converts. and I, two 16-year-olds, The appointment was announced SERVICE
Speight by Mother General
then embarked on a long courseof }REE riCKfP A InLI\RT:
OLDEST and LARGESTIN Telegraph Delivery .. .- related the Mary Genevieve, of the Dominican 14th M I: Iftth Au. *..
instruction under Mon
PINELLAS 3931 Central Ave. 862-3661 ....': / : events of his Sisters here. Sister Mary rhone !fl(7S8S
signor Waters. Upon learningof HAH GRF.KV STAMPS9th
:41iII. life in this Paul has formerly taught at *t. lth AT*. So.
: it our parents were much Phone -mi
manner: M y Barry College In Miami.
'f" .. upset. When I returned from
11 !
For Clubs :;, "" .,, ,-, family attended school one day, our ministerwas
.> ,0'." ,.,' the First Christian Churchof
waiting for me. Madeira Beach Bank
For Holy Name : '.,...; Norfolk, and I was named But nothing could stop me
J Leslie Longmire after the MADEIRA BEACH
Breakfast now, for the evidence of the
superintendent of its Sunday
foundation of the Church by Member ....
For Church School.At Christ, backed by her marvelous Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. -

Gafherngs'SLcfzrDONUT : ., :{:>/ an early age I began unity and universality, Phone 39L99II Open Sat. 9-12 ..
and interestin
: ; studying piano my
was overwhelming.Jim's
'" .I music led me to attend the
'JI" family moved back to
Can . services of just about every
/ i: Baltimore. On July 11, 1931, I For Catholics Of Pine as County
church in Norfolk, Portsmouthand
r: '
\: made my profession of faith
: ,.S"\ the surrounding area. and was baptized by Monsignor Calvary CemeteryEndowed
James Pait, also interested in
Waters. I later was ordainedand
.r ,. music, came with me. received mother Into CareU.
or Just drop in anytime ""''" We attended Mass several my

Pasadona Ave.. 341-7041() I 34th St., 898-4343 '. ''c',: times, just to hear Catholic the fold. Jim became a philosophy S. 19 at 58th St. No. Phone 5264238Office
i professor."It .
.- church music.Jim.s .
E Baltimore was those two books I Open 9-4 P.M. Daily & 1-4 P.M. on Sunday
family moved to
gave :you, he says, "which
where he continued to
Tarts are always nibbling tempters, and when they're visit churches. The pastor of started you on your way into

KINGFISHRESTAURANT filled brimful with blushing peach slices, who can resist? St. Bernard's Catholic Church the Church." They did, andGod's AMERICAN; NATIONAL BANK

Make the with favorite crust mix grace led me the rest of
shells pie
easily your allowed him to play the new Of South Pasadena
and top the tarts with a flourish of airy meringue-like Jim the way. "" : ,
organ and then as was : .. :, :-. -"HJ" "
topping. leaving, he gave him Cardinal Efforts to Remove Offers Yptflp* fjymtnfr For; *

Peach Tarts Gibbons' "Faith 0 f Our Fa

SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST Tartst % teaspoon cream .f tartar thers" and Father Conway's Smut Considered FINANCING & REFINANCING
On* 10-os pkg. pi* cru"t mix Da h alt .
"Question Box. _
4 tablespoons cold watfr I white
Golden Fried or Boiled Shrimp Topping H egg t".PMftanl11a When I visited Jim the following 'Only Beginning'CHICAGO _ _
IVi cups ,sugar 4 cups sliced peaches, fresh, summer he suggestedthat (XC) -The local -
Succulent Scallops Jt cup water frozen or canned drained
I read the two chapterson chairman of the Citizens for .
For tarts, empty contents of package into bowl. Sprinkle cold S I
Luscious Lobsters the Mass in Gibbons' bookso Decent Literature said he is
water by tablespoons over mix; stir lightly with fork until just
I could better follow the encouraged over efforts to rid S I .5.
dampened. Form into ball. Divide in half. Roll one half out on
YOUR SERVED FAVORITE OCEAN SEAFOOD FRESHHU8HPUPP1ES PLATTER lightly floured board to 1/8.inch thickness. Cut into four inch musical portion. newsstands of pornography.But AMERICAN S t>BAl>JKPhoh

circles. Follow above procedure with other half of dough. Shape There I came face to face he emphasized that the .
Mr fc
over bottoms of medium-sized muffin cups; pleat edges; prick with the Idea of sacrifice, the battle Is just beginning. B ; -
and SteaksAt well. Bake in preheated hot oven125'F..) 10 to 12 minutes. Cool. Real Presence and other doctrines Edward Rekruciak, one of 1.87? utfport BlyJ.: 347ir 16 j;

Famous Johns Pass For topping place all ingredients except vanilla in top of
which opened up a five members of the organization -
double boiler. Beat 1 minute. Cook over boiling water, beating
world for being sued for $375,000by
fascinating new
with electric beater minutes
constantly rotary or about 7 or
until topping stands in stiff peaks. Remove from heat; add nJ e. a New York publisher, addressed I

vanilla; beat 2 more minutes. Fill shells with peaches. Cover I had the usual Protestant the Little Flower \ After Church
tarts completely with topping. Broil 2 to 3 minutes or until misconceptions about confession -Men's council of the Carmelite uN

lightly brown. Cool, then chill in refrigerator until serving time. devotion to the Blessed Order here. ,

Makes eight tarts.Edouard Virgin, adoring statues and "A year and a half ago only rt.i Meet All Your

I'7lePBfrdchoe ."praying souls out of hell." two Chicago policemen were

Test Ban Treaty I read the answers to these responsible for ferreting out FriendsAtThePark
101WeatherBird's IQYS AHD GIltS Craig difficulties in the "QuestionBox" indecent literature," Mr. Re M1YTI5

Contractor and Distributorfor Signers Praised and my interest deepened. kruciak said. "Now, because of Sot'sYinlou" Lane

VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope I got from the Norfolk public an order by Police Superintendent II w liiIIs

Vikon Metal, Ceramic Paul VI has cabled congratulations library Chesterton's "Ortho- 0.V.. Wilson, every ,, 74s

and Mosaic Tiles to three powers who doxy," Newman's "Apologia"and beat policeman is responsiblefor Yell Second Cup ef Colt

signed the nuclear test ban 'The Lives of the Saints." eliminating pornographyfrom or Iced Tea It Always fallCAFETERIA
9l7-94th St. So 3474101FLORISTGREENHOUSES
treaty. The identical messagewas visited the Catholic church his district."

sent to American President often and read every pamphletin Since February, 1962, thrre U

John F. Kennedy, British its rack. Jim's family moved have been more than 100 arrests -

Prime Minister Harold Mac- back to Norfolk and, upon of sellers and diMrib- TYRONE SHOPPING CENTER

new school shoes always look millan and Soviet Premier learning of my "Roman fever," utors of questionable books 1038 58th ST. HO.
Nikita Khrushchev. was also Jim tried to free me from it. and magazines! he stated.
best climbing trees or hours of sent to United Nations Secre- He felt responsible for gettingme Mr. Rekruciak said it is important Ml Complete' Luncheons Monday thru Saturday.

hard, rough play in the school- tee LaLtvUw A.... So. tary General U Thant. interested by giving me to make all aware of

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(Btinofd from rare One) other rights defended and how can he who does not love i .5 A5' f) Members of the Orlando-Cen.

and regardless of individual promoted, so that in this way his brother, whom he sees, love "f0 \ ; tral Deanery Council's boardof

qualities We cannot rec- each one may more easily carry God whom he does not see?" p 4 .. Catholic Women will meet
oncile such with / here on Thursday, September
) a judgment out his duties. We can show our Christian !

the ,Christian view of man's We know that public author- charity by a quiet and couraI I : 19, at 10:15: a.m. in.the Coronado

nature and rights." ity is obliged to help correct geous determination to make ; Ar Hotel.

These principles apply to all the evils of unjust discrimination the quest for racial harmonya Mrs. Joel Sayers, deanery
forms of discrimination and practiced against any matter of personal Involve- president, gives these directions .

segregation based on prejudice. group or class. We also recognize ment. \ : r r ) for persons unfamiliarwith
c I In our immediate and urgent that -1 the road to the hotel:
every minority We must go beyond slogansand

concern for the rights of Negroes group in America seeking its generalizations about color, S Drive to the first traffic lightat

we do not overlook the lawful rights has the obligation and realize that all of us are U.S. Highway 1 and Canal

disabilities visited upon other of respecting the lawful human beings, men, women, L Street, then east on Canal to

racial and national groups.It rights of others. On this: point, and children, all sharing the Riverside Drive. Drive north

h our btrict duty in con. Pope John wrote: same human nature and dig- one block to traffic light, then

science to rc>pect the baic "Since men are social by nity, with the same desires, east across causeway to Atlantic .

human rights of e\ery per. nature they are meant to live hopes, and feelings. We should Avenue. Then drive north

son. with others and to work for try to know and understandone one block then east to the ho-

Our beloved Pontiff j of one another's welfare. A well- another.To ___. ,__ -_' ____________ ___.____ tel which is on the oceanfront,

blessed memory, Pope JohnXXIII ordered human society requiresthat do this we must meet and MAITLAND PARISHIONERS MADE AWARE OF CONFRATERNITY PROGRAM one block north of Flagler

stated this fact in his men recognize and observe talk openly and sincerely and Attendance at the Central Florida adult classes to (second from left) and others already engaged in the Street.A .

er.cyclical "Peace on Earth." their mutual rights and duties.It calmly about our mutual problems train the laity to teach catechism was boosted at the Fisher Apostolate at St. Mary Magdalen parish. These full luncheon will be

He proclaimed that, "in human also demands that each con. and concerns. There are several Orlando parishes by the Priests. In :Maitland, Fishers explained Confraternity of Christian Doctrine served to board members ($1.50

society, to one man's right tribute generously to the establishment many ways in which such Father Hubert J. Reason was assisted by Maurice LaRue organization between :Masses last Sunday. per person) during the noon

: there corresponds a duty in of a civic order in meetings can come about peace- hour. Reservations are being

other persons: the duty, name- which rights and duties are fully and naturally and fruit Increases TitusvilleST. made by :Mrs. C. Woolley, SOS

ly, of acknowledging and respecting ever more sincerely and effec- fully. For example those in Bombay Activity Readying Palmetto Street, New Smyrna

the right in question." tively acknowledged and ful the same type of work can TERESAThe Beach.

I He not only condemned racial filled." readily discuss the problems International Eucharistic children of St. Teresa's
School in Titusville thank the
discrimination but asserted that These truth being understood caused by racial barriers. BeachOUR

"he who possesses certain no Catholic with a Physicians of one race can talk many people all over the state Daytona
: (NC-Valerian Cardinal Gracias Archbishop of Bombay in a brochure who have sent in trading
rights has likewise the dutyto 'good Christian consciencecan with those of another. So can LADY OF LOURDES
which tells how the 1964 International Eucharistic Congress is developing said therewill stamps in response to the appeal -
claim these rights as marksof fail to recognize the businessmen, teachers, lawyers, Young people are remindedto

his dignity." rights: of all citizens to Tote. secretaries, farmers, clerks, and be: a mass ordination of Priests from India's dioceses, and possibly the consecration for trading stamps to help plan to attend the August

Respect: for personal rightsis other workers. Parish and diocesan of five Bishops, "signi- them to get a 66-passenger
Moreover, we must provide pointed special representativesin and hospitals. Cultural presen- school' bus.Stamps 29 summer dinner-dance at the
not only a matter of individual societies fying the of the
for all equal opportunity for political gatherings universality tations
each diocese to collaboratewith are being scheduled for have' been received Elks Club, 7 to 12 p.m. Spon.
moral duty; it is also a employment, full participationin and civic and neighborhood Church." the commit. late .
organizing evening.The
from Eau Gallie Jacksonville
the Catholic Youth Organ
matter for civic action. Pope associations be
our public and private educational can com The congress, which will run
tee, and the religious orders Cardinal ad! that visitors -
Melbourne Orlando
Largo, St.
John stated "The chief ization of this parish plan a
: con from November ,
facilities mon meeting grounds.Our 28 to December -
proper the will be
and congregations of men and to congress Petersburg, Tampa and other
cern of civil authorities must housing. and adequate welfare important task Is to 6, will be the 38th such local band for dancing.Daytona .
women have responded to the put up in hotels, educational cities in the state well
be to insure that these break down the barriers that as as
: assistance when needed. event since the international
appeal from Bombay with the institutions! private homes, the books donated by
rights are acknowledged, respected caused such misunderstandings
have grievous Eucharistic
But more than justice is In- congresses offer of their personnel, their ships and tents.Exhibitions the parishioners of the parish.A Beach
co-ordinated with in the
volved. There is also the divine past. More than a million persons talents and their scanty funds. at the congress third of the necessary

command: "Thou shalt love thy Where barriers have existed took part in the last world "Messages of good will and will depict various periods of books are on hand. Althoughthis

Daytona BeachWhen neighbor as thyself." for many decades, deep misunderstandings congress, which was held in promises of assistance have the life of the Church in India is a long way from the

Our present Holy Father, have all too Munich, Germany, from July been received from many and various aspects of the goal, the sponsors are gratefulto POWDER PUFF
Paul VI at the often arisen. These should be 31 to August 8, 1960. Choice of :More: effective Eucharist he said. of
Pope beginningof quarters. help A history all who have donated stamps BEAUTY SALON
In Daytona Stat faced, not in a spirit of debate, Bombay as the site for the next
his pontificate, reminds us of considerable value has been the Church in India is being and hope they continue to help.
but with desire to doorsof Creative Hair; Styling
a open congress was announced late "
that "Revelation teaches us to given. put together, as well as new Stamps for the St. Teresa's Silver
Permanent Blendingand
JUt( ) G\\ I love all men, whatever their understanding.It the same year.Eucharistic. Mass:: will be offered at the Catholic directories.A School children may be mailedin TintingH

condition, for they have all is only by open and free : congresses are Oval each evening, he said.' In brochure is being preparedto care of St. Teresa's Church,
exchange of ideas that we can solemn gatherings of clergy M. SrhccBk. OK LOIS
been redeemed by the same the mornings, professional and commemorate the seventh P.O. Box 1598, Titusville, Flor.
Our Restaurant OUf'r1'011:' understand the rights and obligations and laity to promote devotion I* s.. Atl*.tle. Ormond Beae"
Savior; and it obliges us to offer religious groups will meet. centenary of Pope Urban IV'Shull ida ((32780)).
A Complete Menu that both CoquIna JI.tl
prevail on to the Blessed Sacrament. Opp.
to those who have least, the The afternoons will be devoted "Transiturus" of September -
Room Available For sides. Such is the .
knowledge two earlier worldcongresses
means of arriving in dignity at Only to practical works of 8, 1264 which establishedthe
Weddings! Meetings, Parties prelude to action that will remove : have been held in .
a more human life. charity, such as visits to orphanages feast of Corpus Christi to Coming
Serving Yon Is Our Pleasure the artificial barriers of CARPETS & LINOLEUM
A ia-one in Jerusalem in
It is clear that the racial homes for the aged honor the Eucharist.
1202 Ridgewood race. We must act to remove 1893 and the other in Manilain
question confronts the con
Route #1, Holly Hill obstacles that impede the 1937. EventsS
science of every man, no mat.
CL 52514FLORIDA ter what his degree of director rights and opportunities of our Maharashtra state government Orlando, classes to train

indirect involvement. Indeed Negro brethren. We should do has made the Oval Sr. Marie Therese O.S.B. men and women to teach Wall To Wall C rpetAI's

our part to see that voting, :Maidan: park in downtown
the conscience of the nation catechism, Good Shepherd
jobs, housing, education and Bombay available for the con Renews Vows-5Oth YearFaith
is on trial. The most crucial parish, August 17-31; Instruc.
public facilities are freely avail- gress, the Cardinal said. Mission of
test of love of God is love tion by Helpers

of neighbor. In the words of able to every American.We "Both the Union and State (Continued lr.m Vg; O.*). gives the AssumptionS the Sacred Heart from Balti. Floor CoveringTelephone

the beloved Apostle: "If any. can do this in our own governments are showing great in this Diocese and in the.Archdiocese meaning. The religious life more.

one says 'I love God' and hates area of work, in our neighborhood interest in the congress and of New Orleans. The also is illogical until faith tells Boat ride, August 24, 7 to CL 2.984

his brother, he is a. liar. For in our community. We facilitating our work," the Benedictine Sisters are a diocesan -S us that it is an opening of self 10 p.m.1nof Basin, St. 704 North Beach

may act through various lay Cardinal said. "The people of Congregation in the Diocese to that God of Whose house Petersburg; Court St. Ann,

organizations of the Church, India, too, are offering their of St. Augustine. hold we are members. Catholic Daughters of Amer.

PRINTINGLetter as well as with civic groups of assistance in every field of Beginning her teaching career lea,
This Jubilee celebration is sponsor. Italian and American Food
Press & Offset every type. action." in St. Joseph public school, merely a joyous prelude, said Crab feat, August 24, 1p.m. -

Couch man Printing Co. In many parts of the nation "The Catholic Church in Sister recalls with a smile the the Abbot, the day when Sister .. Camp San Pedro; St. Open 5 P.M. 'til I II I P.M.
there are interracial committees India and works for
'I IS FULL J. Jl llory, Owner prays who has now completed the Iary Magdalen parish, Malt .

OF DAWDEE MOMS CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia representing the major the congress. Bishops have ap- I major portion of her assign land, sponsor. Banquet Facilities

religious faiths as well as the ment on earth will also fall Educators', conference, An- Closed Mondays
important of civic life. '1
aspects Leaders Given New asleep in the Lord. gust 29, Bishop Moore High
We bless and endorse such ef.
Floyd J. Tnd\\"aI' 5- School, Orlando.

Daytona Moving & Storage Co. a forts mony to and secure to implement interracial it hare in Holy Name AwardsContinued P :schola The of community the Order of choir St. Benedict and tember Catholic 3. schools open, Sep RESTAURANT

Agents ALLIED VAN LiNES, INC. every day affairs. ( from Pg One) sang at the jubilee Mass Diocesan Priests'! retreat, 1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL

\YTOX.\.\ IE LAM But civic action will be! archdiocese; Edward J. Atkins, I celebrated by Father Bernard

110 So. Campbtll-CI 3-1636 SGO So. Hhod.-RE 4.8T more fruitful, and its result Miami diocese; Humbert J. I Weigel O.S.B., with Father tine.September 16-20, St. Augus 2-1357

more lasting, if all our cit. Campana, Buffalo diocese; Ar- Mark Cosgrove O.S.B., deacon;

!/.en t openly and explicitly mand J. Duplantier, Jr., New ,! and Father Martin Guiteras
Orleans archdiocese Alex G. O.S.B., subdeacon.At "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS -SINCE I 1881"
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES DUPLICATED proclaim the religious) basisof ; S

racial justice: and love. Fodor, Pittsburgh diocese; the offertory of the Mass,
Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons
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CONTACT _ ARTIFICIAL : Love one another, fop diocese: ; Joseph M. Lally, Balti- monastic ritual, received into Registered JewelersCL

LENSES EYES more archdiocese; Joseph H. the sanctuary, the venerable
this is the law of God. Reverein
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every man his human dignity Lester, Detroit archdiocese; jubilarian, Sister Marie Therese

for this is a gift, of God. Gerald R. O'Melveny, Spokane who was accompanied by two
SCHWALM OPTICAL diocese William J. Picciotto, senior members of the Benedictine
United, as men and womenof ; Si>ter Marie Thercjse O.S.B. -
evefaith Erie diocese; George S. Plai- community, Sister M. An- THUNDERBIRD BEACH MOTEL
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heal the ancient wounds of Mobile-Birmingham:: diocese nunciata O.S.B. and Sister Om tht MYT.rld'. )1011 Fam.. Beach".
and buggy drive to and from .TtrlaoklBff the .eeaa.
division. Thus our nation will ; Morgan Sheehan, New Anna Marie O.S.B.
school each day. Completely air conditioned and heated.
Retail Sales reflect its true greatness, a York archdiocese; Coy U. In her 42 years of teaching, Sister Therese, kneeling with Room telephones with 24 hour eervlce.

DAYTONA: greatness founded on the moral Spawn, Jr., Houaton-Galveston Sister has served alo as outstretched arms, sang three Efficiency apt*. and hotel rooms. Tile. full
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Frank J. SheedPrayer Aspire to Reach God's Heaven !

Catholic CommentDon't

Emphasizes Man's .I IT seems strange that most of built-in mechanism by which selves fairly exploding with

us show so little eagernessto God ensures that we shall love as our unsealed eyes now

get to heaven. We all have reach the term of years He has perceive Him Who is Infinitely

Dependence on Divine Will :a great desire to be happy. We set for us It Is, in short the good and infinitely lovable?

look forward instinct of self-preservation. In this life we find our greatest .
False Pride
I Stumble Over <
understandable reluctance to the people whom we love
U what you want, when He already knows. to

We back the notion of if it 'each approaching die, it does seem that heaven and who love us.
brings more unhappiness in The antidote to false pride is humility. are again to prayer as were

NOTHING life than false pride. It What is humility? Humility is truth. The simply a matter of asking for things. In holidaywhen should exert more of an attraction But we never have known
than it does. It such love', and therefore such
lives in the world of make. fact is the whole of what one wantsto upon us
ia who
one thing to have a sense of pride but parent prayer briefly from will not unless and until we happiness, as will all but tearus

still another to let pride interfere with our believe and refuses to accept his chil- say to God the utterance of man'sadoration humdrum routine force our minds to bypass the asunder" when we posses

being happy. Parents, for example, sometimes dren for what they are is living a lie. The and love, his gratitude, his sore we can ugly specter of death and to God, and God us.

refuse to accept some children for person who acts like everything is rosy row for sin, his needs. As to the first "have a little meditate often on the ecstatic Yes we shall know our family -

what they are; namely-untalented. A when it is not is a victim of false pride. three, no one seriously questions the valueof fun." Thethought future that shall be ours. and our friends In heaven,

child, on the one hand, feels that he can- Men were not created by God to exist putting them into words, though of of We cannot, of course, reacha and rejoice (In an absentminded

not live up to his parents' expectationswhile alone. They need each other. No one is course God can read our souls and knows heaven. how.Father true understanding' of scrt of way) that they are with

the parents, on the other hand, are sufficient to himself. It takes humilityto the measure of our adoration and gratitude heaven' in this life. us. But we and they shall be

disappointed in the children-an unhappy accept the help whch we need. i and sorrow. It goes with our natureas Leo J. Treseever The intensity of heaven's so absorbed In the piercing joy

situation attributed to pride. men not only want but to need, to say happiness is so far beyond our of loving God and being loved
Our Blessed Lord said that shouldbe leaves us comparatively
we that even by Him, as to have little timeor
wildest imaginings
have which 'whatever strongly think or feel. A girl knows of a man'slove We experience no
People personal problems rewarded for of \ unmoved.
even giving a glass God cannot across to our thought for one another.
they cannot solve themselves and refuseto and he knows she knows it: but he finds a rich luxury stirrings of pleasurable excitement get
water. We also at times may be the one limited minds the nature of Best of all, the happiness of

see a Priest because they feel the Father who needs the water. It is in many instances ]n saying it, and she in hear- with it the condition Our at the prospect of what the bliss He has in store for heaven can never pall or les.
will think less of them. 'I it. awaits us after death. One reas-
ng and
more difficult to receive than to attaches the sen. It can only grow
Lord to
live in mortal fear of the Skeleton reaction which So with gratitude. And on for this impassive attitude us.If Invent grow and grow through all
People give, a too often swells His own agony-"None the heaven is an advertiser were to -
the of
the towards joys
1:hough there is pain In
in the closet although most of their from pride. At times we are in need of 1 t itterance of sorrow, there Is less, not what I will but the fact that to get to heaven, a slogan for heaven it well eternity. And eternity, let us.

relatives and friends know the skeletonis the corporal works of mercy. ,J'elief too; and though the one what You will." we first of all must die. might be, "It must be experi-" remember time. is not a longdrawnout

there. That uneasiness is there becauseof As men we need Christ. As children of ,ve have hurt may not enjoy, No, that God knows, has For most of us, too, death enced to be appreciated. A Is just one single

pride. Adam and Eve we need each other. Who 3 nay even be embarrassed at known for all eternity, whatwe will be preceded by suffering.Our mother could more easily explain Eternity of exquisite rapturea
moment -
There is the derelict who is always thinks himself to stand alone, whether it ]:icaring us say we are sorry, want is no reason for not minds are so preoccupiedby to a five year old child which never ends. In
looking for a handout. But there are peo- be without God or man, shall fall. ]'le would find it strange if we asking. There is a related but the thought of sufferingand the nature of conjugal hap- heaven there Is no cense of

pli who are genuinely in need but becauseof It may be that at times, it is more t lid not. rather different question. From death that we seem unableto piness, than God could explainto going on and on. After we have

their pride, they refuse to seek help. blessed to receive than to give. And words are not only a all eternity God knows not raise our eyes to what follows us the happiness of heaven. been In heaven a billion earth-
naive to
and only what we are going to after. We are not so as
J latural outlet for thought
j eeling: they have In them a want. He knows also what He Suffering and death are the think of heaven as a beautiful, years, If a recent arrival have were

to Intensify both. They Is going to do-are we asking grime on the window which placid park where we sit to ask "How long you

Father John J. Castelot ire power not simply conventional Him to change His mind? obscures our view of the beau- around at our ease and chat been here?" our answer"wouldbe

The immediate answer comes with relatives and friends, "Why, I Just came!
of tiful world which lies outsideour
have energies
;:ymbols, they
I :heir own. They can deepen readily enough. Our prayingnow present shabby quarters.It while God walks by occasionally Yes, it Is to be feared that

Psalms Mix eeling and clarify thought.To does not bring In a new is not discreditable that to give us a benign nod of we do not get from our faith
Melancholy Hope in heaven the spiritual mileage
make no effort at utter- element which He must now we shrink from a confrontation recognition.But .

;ince at all means to stay in the take into account. with death. God has do we ever try to grasp, that we should.Temptations .

THE Book of Psalms was sentiment of the whole psalm:: loved homeland, he has to en- .hallows. So we move from Eternally God knows all made us that way. even faintly, what it will be would lose
i by Its editors Into it is one of melancholy mixed dure their blasphemous taunts 1 he emptiness of silence into things, including our prayer If death were too attractive, like to be caught up in the much of their power and life'stroubles
fivt booklets probably in with courageous hope. day in and day out. will God's would lose much of
very I ipeech. And one of the pointsf and all that He Himself we might not take proper care wild, raging torrent of
imitation of the five booksI The author is a Levite who But he refuses to give up I)> fully uttered is thatve do. So that His eternal knowl- of life and health. We might love for us, as this barrier of their weight If we could realize

which make up has been exiled far to the northof hope, and in a refrain atteststo 1 prayer are brought beyond speech edge of what action He will expose ourselves too easily to human flesh Is dissolved? even dimly what things God
the Law Jerusalem, somewhere in the the firmness of his confidence has prepared for those who
great 1 lo silence again, a fullness of take about our situation includes physical dangers.Our Do we ever try to apprehendwhat
of Moses. The region of Mt. Hermon. Cut off in ultimate release. I Hence this time which the His knowledge of our aversion to death Is the it will mean to find our- love Him.

second book from the Temple liturgy, which The second part of psalm 41 prayer. So our prayer does not
]nystics experience most wonderfully -
begins with a i alone has given meaning to his and psalm 42 repeat, with variations change His eternal decision because

I group of life, he feels estranged, as it this same theme. ;I iltogether and failed none to know.of us has He was involved in it. Father John B. Sheerin

psalms a 11 r I. were, from God Himself. The whole composition I Is a How far do these' same All this opens profounder I

buted to the He knows, of course, that moving prayer of desire to be questions-how, for instance, GoalsIS
'.-V considerations apply to asking Spiritual
) sons of Core, ,' God Is everywhere, that lie is in the presence of God and can Cod for things? we can be free to make a Council

who were not confined to one place ofworship be used with great profit by choice between praying and
Spiritual things, like our own doesn't the council (and
either their or to one set of cer anyone who may feel himself, not, when He has known the Second Vatican Council same problems from a spiritual "Why
I:: onquest of a temptation, the Church) stay severely out
authors their editors. These emonles. for one reason or another angle.
or eternally which we will do; and going "progressive? I detect -
worldlier like in ?
things success areas
men were members of a family But he has felt the divine momentarily abandoned b y the relation between the timeIn an uneasiness among certain The Fathers of the council of all these problem
of Levltes to the In the Temple love or business? To a great want to civilize the world bul These are mainly political
assigned presence so keenly God.The which we live and the timelessness Catholics who fear that
service of the Temple, and they and has responded so expressively Church ball! selected 4 xtent, I think. of God's eternal pres the Fathers of they also want to sanctify It problems and the Church
To utter our needs Is as of politics -
i seem to have been especially to that presence in psalm 42 as part of the ent. The timelessness makes the councilwill They want to help men' become '- should stay out "
]much our nature as to utter whole secular world.
interested In the sacred music the sacred rites that he now prayers to be recited by the words like "will "was," "lean too more fully human so and the
I:>ur love or gratitude or sorrow Leo Cardinal Suen-
which played such an Important feels, by contrast, terribly Priest at the foot of the altar meaningless in the context, yet far backward"in that they can receive the life I think

part in the liturgy. alone. He sings of his loneli- before Mass.It J : to stifle the utterance have to them. order to that is divine. They want toprtl'are ens, Archbishop of Malines-
,rould be to act as non-selves. we helped to
Psalms 41 and 42, the opening ness in phrases of high literary expresses his desire to go please the secular the world for the Brussels, Belgium,
J for does our heavenly Father'sImowledge And there is a question:; to this question -
psalms of this collection, beauty: to the altar of God, there to humanists good news of the Gospel. give an answer
] make His children'slJtterance profounder than either of he said that the Second
f; are really just one psalm. Their As the hind longs for the become one with Him in a way and extreme Undoubtedly, many of the decisions when :
1 [ pointless, any more these-namely the infinite Council needed the
theme is Identical, and the very running waters, so my soul undreamed of by the Levite liberals. Many of the council in regardto Vatican
1 han a human father's would independence of God's I don'tbelieve
same refrain occurs In 41,6-12, longs for you 0 God. Athirst who first sang it. AmericanCatholics current problems such as help of expert laymen.
fo ask the one, as to ask the knowledge. that
he meant laymen
: and 42,5: io my soul for God the living Recited with devotion, It can were war and poverty will be iden
[)ther Is to show our certainty With a great deal more space attend the
Why are you *o downcast, God. When shall' I RO foster In the souls of all of us disturbed by j tical with certain planks in the should actually
L I[)f the and the love that than these columns allow we but that the
I 0 my soul? Why do yon sigh and behold the face of God? that yearning which will make power Pope John's -fl"- "r political platform of the sec council
;are there for the asking. Were could find a little light in this of the council should
.1 within me? Hope In God! For (2,3). our participation in the divine "opening to the left," by his ular humanist. But others will Fathers
closer for asked. iarkness. But it would be onlyi
having the
; hand
I shall again be thanking He has not only his own liturgy much more spiritually blessing for the welfare state be radically different. Take,, have ready at expert
sadden him. than it Your objector may not find little. and for Instance, the case of the: advice of lay scientists, econ-
1 him, in the presence of my nostalgia to Sur- profitable would be if in "Mater et Magistra" by
hese reasons convincing, Indeed We simply do not see deep and demographers,
aTionr and my God. rounded by the pagans who we approached the altar coldly, Pope Paul's ringing tribute to distribution of contraceptive o m 1st s
not find them enough into the reality of the form of books
This refrain expresses the have torn him from his be- unfeelingly. : you may the United Nations. They fear as the cure for overpopulationThe probably in
so yourself.But ] God: and eternity, or even into that the council session this I Church has substantially and learned articles.If .

we have God asking usa the lesser reality of time and goals the the Catholic lay expert Is
fall will echo these policies and the same general as
ask, almost pleading with our own will, to get more than secular humanist in regard to qualified in his field he can be
_ perhaps add a few new unsettling -
us to ask: glimpses of answers. But in to the council as he
and humanizingthe helpful
Father Michael V. Gannon decisions in the matterof the civilizing
"Ask the Father anything In the practical order of what we will see the practical problemsof !
bans and over
nuclear test
-- Mission of Nombre De Dios my name" says Our Lord at the aught to do, God, who sees all, The Church Is just as anxiousas war, poverty, etc., from the
_ population.We
Last Supper. has settled the matter. He says spiritual as well as the purely
\ can rest assured that the the humanist to bring peaceto
But all our asking carries "ask!" He knows he Is
about secular angle.
council will be progressive in the world, to bring a

: CjReat cl1apteRs in the sense that it will launch out recognition of human dignity a citizen of the heavenly as

-. Washington LetterDropouts into the deep and come to grips and the blessings of liberty well as the earthly city and-

: loRlba catholic with the great issues such as and equality. that he has a responsibility to

histouy Swell Labor war and poverty.But Hut the Fathers of the sanctify the world as well as

I I it will not bf' "progres counciliIl not necessarilyagree civilize it.
liberals In solving practical problems -
with extreme
Chapter 15 mation about the expedition.On Before actually stepping sive" in the fashion of secular
Do means and projects the Bishops of the council -
Tuesday he attempted tcgo I ashore', the Priests were Force Find Nothing to humanists.For on practical
that there Is no
Cancer the for these know
spent attaining general
FATHER given' pause b)" the sight of the approach of the extreme -

Monday, June 21, onboard ashore with a party ol Indians in the trees' and of a tradition, Labor Day, September 2, marks the end of liberal or secular humanist goals. substitute for exact Informationand
ship writing letters to sailors, but the sea was toe]I sizeable Indians BY toward the great current The council will want to relieve hence the need of advice
group of on the school
vacation and the start of new
season also
his superiors, arranging the rough. On Wednesday the waters .. a nearby hillock brandishing problems is essentially polit- the sufferings caused by from experts. But they

things he wanted to take were still choppy, but b)'. bows and arrows, clubs, and year. the- S labor S force Is- jobless. ical. He believes in civilizingthe overpopulation but they will know that the most helpful ex
The approach of the holidayIn world and in doing it by view contraceptives from God'sviewpoint perts, for their purposes, are
ashore with him, and settling hard rowing Father Cancer and l L darts.' During the school months oi
1963 sees the nation con-
well from the the Catholic professional men
itselfis as as
That in
down his adventures to date his party. reached the shore,, Juan Munoz shouted out a cerned as never before with 1962 between 600,000 and 800.00C political means. of human want and who strive and hope to "Chris-
laudable enough ambition.But viewpoint
in a diary. It Is to this diary, With him came Father de Be. warning to the Indians to stop the problems not only of the young people between 16 and. a the council like the poverty. tify" as well as humanize the
-- 21 were out of school and looking
or Journal, that we are indebted teta and the DeSoto campaigner the hostile demonstration. But worker but also of the pupiL for jobs.Twentysix. Church itself, approaches these Some Catholics may say: world.
Father Cancer said
: Automation and other develop-
for much of our infor Juan Munoz. million boys
"Be quiet, brother; do not ments are decreasing job opportunities anc
will leave school and seek I
provoke them. for many of those Question
in the 1960s. This will b<
Father de Beta urged his superior already in the labor force.
____: BUT "For the love God Young people leaving school 40 per cent more than in the
CTRANGE TRUE : of 1950s. Cost of Education Raises Problems ]
wait a lItte, do not land! not only because of their already -
4 Little-Known Facts for large and steadily increasing If the current rate of youth
Father Cancer, however, unemployment persists, as the to eat meat. Abstinence -
By M. J. MURRAY CofTTllM." IM3.NCWC.*...S rrtIJSif numbers but also because Q. I find it increasingly for having
_ leaped from the boat into the population increases, b all Catholics
youth > binds over
of their lack of training Questions should be addressed *
difficult to meet the
water and waded onto the more
..... are adding to the gravity of 1970 the number of unemployed to: Question Box, the age of seven who have the
ACCORDING beach. He called to the sailorsto youths will be close to 11 mil- expenses of sending my children
TO A VTRV AHGM ircrno the situation. The Florida Catholic, P.O. use of reason.
'n'*. ST PATRICK SPENT 4O HAYS or ICMTFRAYIMG bring him a small crucifix lion. to a Catholic school. Is Florida.
Box 3551 Orlando,
The' Government has been
ANI> TASTING ON THIS TINV ISLAND that he had forgotten, and then In the 19f14., while the there sign of relief?
k.I r&" S :_-:= .k $ SM PtRG,soJ M IRISH PlLGftlMACr walked toward the Indians on directing' attention to the labor force I is growing: sorapidly any

k' .. CINITR the hillock. Before reaching matter, and urging a nation- the need for un- A. I am sorry to say there Is said, "Impossible Now we are

them he fell on his knees fora wide effort' to meet its many >killed' workers will remain no sign of relief. As a matter doing just that. I am sure now.
if knew what the next
we generation
moment in prayer. It was his implications. about the same. off act, it is becoming increasingly will have to bear we

last prayer. A report issued by the Pres- About 1 in 6 all unemployedwho more expensive to would shudder.We Catholic:

As he arose, several Indians ident's Committee on Youth are out of school are It operate our Catholic schools. often must depend on

rushed forward and pushed Employment; has revealed to 21 old, although this
I The concern of parents in regard faith in our decision to go forward
him down the hilt A crowd of many startling facts about the age group makes up only 1 in to the final outlay for and our outlook for the ral JI.hed ner)' Tridar

savages gathered around him. "dimensions of the problem." 14 of the labor force. Catholic education is multiplieda future and this is how it shouldbe. FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. lae.
One took away his hat. Here are some of them: P.O. B.x lift OAH. S-S4M
At the same time, more education hundred times when it comes I grant you neither the 1X2 East OUftUl IrlTOrlABda .

_ ,.. ... MUeOIQD rn' .Another with the vicious It is much harder today fora and training is being to the pastor. The pastor can- pastor nor the parishioners can Fl.rld. llttt
M52* ITALY.YJHO M\ipe of a rluh! dispatchedthe boy or girl with limited education required for jobs. not look forward to any lessening pay his creditors off in faith. Subscription in U.SA. and Canada
$4.00 other countzl.s$5se.
per year;
WAS Priest from this mortal and training to get a School dropouts suffer most of the burden of Catholic But our churches and our .

I CMonaiorrt o1( UOwsyG life. job. The number of young people from unemployment and have education nor can his parish schools and our homes are The Florida Catholic Is a member

c ) Thus died a missionary a between 16 and 21 have greater difficulty in finding ioners. built on faith. It is brought to of and the the Catholic National Pre Catholic.. Aiaodation Welfare

\ U2! !!:'r tL ( messenger of peace, a noble, greatly increased in the last work. The parish Priest tries to the fore when we don't have Conference News Sees ice. B grtr,

II-- brave, and gifted man, a generation and are increasing There are many more facetsto keep down expenses as does the answers. and the. Martin Entered publisher as second r.pnenta cUw mail.

martyr. Father de Beteta could but the kinds of jobs they used the problem many of themeyeopening the father and mother of a family. Mar 1. U;*. at Orlane! Florida

not persuade the captain to remain to fill are disappearing. Jobs to most people He tries to live within hU Q. Do people of retirementage under the Act of March 3. 1171.

any longer and so the that are available today demand But what has been cited would income. He would very much or over the age of 60

voyagers who remained sailed more skill and training seem sufficient to indicate that,, like to be on a sound financial have to abstain from meaton

back to Mexico. than many of these young people -while the nation as a whole fc basis. Yet he very ofien must Fridays or other days of Father TU..M Editor J:. ..1A1t1kEucuUye

THOUGH TVf VATlCAttKtiOWH The year was now 1549. and can offer. struggling with this situation,,,, lean on faith when he looks to abstinence ...
Editor: MM J Qat.
-I MAKTYKCD UtTHtCQfMrri JbMAIIPr.fJIClIT1OIrIt MD UffD BY" j' : still neither Spain nor the To hundreds of thousands of the best thing that young peo. the future. I am sure if our Mark A. mUwTf

or,qA/J7otN/rt4/MARtJARlT U4vr T4f PJW./I 771Z;9"C1M72IIY wrFr4' 1 Church had a foothold in Florida boys and girls between 16 and ple can do for their country, grandparents were asked A. People of 60 or 70 years of JpW A. a..I.rAdvertt.lne i

> 5.0QO sptmrots IT DiD JOT. (O3Mr 7N( OIrIIJAL.dyw1Iq 21, "the problem is Immediateand and for themselves! is to stay whether Catholics in this coun- age are bound to abstain as ManagerFriday

E'lA/'t7PL or FIIP.L Kff/t>lfJCr UNTIL. GKGOXfXl'SAVIGHOU Xe\t week: desperate." One out of nine in school as long as they possibly try could educate 5,000,000 children much as any other group unless August 23, 1963

1 flRfiUllSS VHDt TbtTURC. AE7LJRS FRoq i* /377. Tri..tall.df' Luna who are out of school and in can. they would probably have there is a serious reason

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The Florida Catholic: Friday/ Aug. 23, 1963 Page Five
to Increase
Responses to Call ,

To Religious Vocation Set for Study \Mass, \ Guide I

SUNDAY, August 25
By Father Godfrey Poage QP.NCt'Q 12th Sunday after Pentecost.

News Service (Mass of Sunday Gloria,
The lack of Priests and Religious is acute in many parts of the world. The Fathers '? Creed, Preface of Trinity).

of. the Second- Vatican Council are almost sure to take UD. the nroblcm of vo.. Jinn., ': MONDAY, August 26
----- -- ----
When sessions resume. St. Zephyrinns. (Mass of
600 to 1, while in Guatemala it seminarians the
Why is it that vocations so United
preceding Sunday, 2nd
flourish In is 11,000 to 1. States, with less than 10 pra'rrof
some places and appear per St. Zephjrinus, Common
In the United States, while cent of the total Catholic
virtually nonexlstant in pop-
Preface or Mass 0 f a Supreme
f others? the ratio has been 820 to 1, that. ulation, accounts for almost ;
figure is rapidly changing, for Pontiff, Gloria, Com
The statistical-analyzing half the seminary students.The r
the Catholic mon Preface).
apparatus-the Pontifical Office population there council Fathers
LT a 1UESDAY. ust 27
has increased 35.9 per cent in -
for also
Religious Vocations Where
asking: can more T St. Joseph Calavanctlas.
installed a UNIVAC computer the last decade and during the vocations be found? a_ _
same time the Priests have Increased 1 ()Iass of feast, Gloria, Com
over a year ago Apart from the '
only 22.2 cent. theological mon Preface).
throws the situation in relief. per study of the matter
The Montreal archdiocese they rec- 'VED ISD.Y.ngu't: 23
Why are there such differ ognize that a deal
with some 1.3 million Catholics great can St. Augustine of Hippo patron
ences, for example, betweenthe be learned from a of the .
has 2180 Priests. Madrid, with study 0 f the Diocese of St.ugustfne.
number of Catholics In 2.6 million Catholics has 2349 social milieu, the geographicalarea .\ (Mass of a Doc-
certain countries and the number the type of family and of
Priests. And Manila, with tor the Church Gloria
of Priests serving them? Catholic population of 2.7 mil. the youths' scholastic forma- Creed.. 2nd. Pra>.er.. of.. St.
In Belgium, for Instance, the tion.
lion has only 725 Priests. Hermes Common Preface).
ratio of Catholics Priest Is
per The overall vocation picture Some regions provide more X11 i THURSDAY, August 29
.._. ,.
ita.!: L.U_
in the Church is one of vocations than others. In. Beheading of St. John the
CLEARWATER fehortage. South America for example, RESURRECTION PARISII HOLY NAME OFFICERSThe Baptist. (Mass of feast, Glo-

In Europe the Catholic pop four departments of ColombiaA Holy Name Society work in Jacksonville's Resurshal; Charles T. :Morgan, treasurer; Dr. Thomas J. Hart- ria, 2nd Prayer of St. Sabina,

ulation has been increasing ( n t i o quia, Cundinarmarca, rection parish for the 1963-1964 year will be headed by land, president; Father Connolly; Robert J. McIntosh, Common Preface).

steadily, while the number of Caldas and Boyaca) account these officers who are pictured with Father Matthew second vice-president; and E. Douglas Picard, Jr., sec- FRIDAY, August 30

Priests has been decreasing.In for 68 per cent of the diocesan Connolly. From the left are: Robert H. Heykens, mar. retary. St. Rose of Lima. Mass of a
SMITH'SJEWELERS vocations and 78 Virgin, Gloria, 2nd Prayer of
Latin America, duringthe per cent of
1 past five years the Catholics the religious vocations. Thereare English National Church in Rome Prepare Celebration Sts. Felix and Adauctus,

have doubled percentagewise rural areas, but in the United CUPERTINO, Italy (XC)- Common Preface).

over the number of sem States where most Catholicsare The towns of Cupertino and SATURDAY, August St:

Diamonds Watches inarians. city people, It is just the I(Completes Program of Repairs Osimo are preparing for a St. Raymond Nonnatni.

SilverwarePHONE The few figures available for opposite. year's celebration starting Sep (Mass of a Confessor not a
Africa Nearly 90 cent of the tember 18 to mark the third Bishop Gloria Common
and Asia show the be- per ROME:
(NC-The English national church, San Silvestro in Capite, has opened
ginnings of similar phenomena.Some vocations come from the centenary of the death of St. Preface).
446-6975 j ts doors to the Roman public again after two years of reconstruction and refurbishing.
regions of Africa have urban areas in the U. S. Joseph of Cupertino. The SUNDAY, September 1
In 761
Pope St. Paul I built
1213 Cleveland Plaza already attained a conditionlike In Belgium the agricultural t he church whose foundationsear archeological wealth Is excep- the problem so intricate as to Saint was born in Cupertino In 13th Sunday after Pentecost.

CLEARWATER FLORIDAOur that of Latin America. class, which scarcely repre- the weight of San Silves- tional even in Rome. There is baffle solution. This signal 1603, and died in Osimo In 1663. Mass of Sunday, Gloria,

Only in the United States sents 10 per cent of the popula-ro to this day. The Pope stated some evidence that a church relic in whole or in part, Is September 18 is his feast day. Creed, Preface! of Trinity).

has there been an increase in tion furnishes 18 per cent of t hat he was building the churcho has been standing on that spot claimed by several churches,
the number of vocations. The the since 261, more'than half them Aid Continues.atin
Advertisers help supportour religious vocations. The t house the remains of early a among Amiens, Nemours, MissionaryTo *
enrollment in U.S. seminaries workers, who make up almost (Christians which had been century before the Roman St. Jean d'Angeli (France) andS.

newspaper Do you help today totals some 47,000. All of 50 per cent give 17 per cent j ying in the catacombs outsidehe empire extended toleration to Sih'estro in Capite (Rome)." Benefit L America

support our Advertisers? the rest of the Catholic world and the upper class, which is t' city walls, exposed to the Christianity.The Two years ago the ornate
accounts for only some 50,100CLARK'S less than 10 per cent of the church's most celebratedrelic gothic reliquary of silver and
pillage of attacking armies.
DAVENPORT, Iowa (N(CJ) -The Catholic Church In
is skull with
population, gives 21 per cent. Two marble slabs datingrom a good crystal was opened and the
the United States will have some 5000 Priests Brothers
claim to John the ,
being Baptist's.
The Netherlands shows different f that period list the namesf relic subjected to scientific
and Sisters and than II 000 volunteers from the
more laity
figures, due in part to c> saints whose bodies were scrutiny. The skull was found
e GULF SERVICE e the different distribution of t ransfered to the new church. Its valuable reliquary has wrapped in a cloth identifiedas working in the mission fiel Is of Latin American before
been restored, as well as con the close of the 1960s.
Catholics In the population. rhey are posted outside the Ethiopian work of the eighth Father Consldine Bald! :
HERCULES & DREW There 23 per cent of the seminarians loor to the church, men on one fessionals used by St. Vincent century or earlier. This estimate came from Father "By present prospects the
PHONE 446-3710
come from the works;ide and women on the other. Pallotti, founder of the Societyof That tended to bear out the John J. Considine M.M., Church in the United States

ing classes; 22 per cent come Among them are seven Popes the Catholic Apostolate (or belief that flip skull teas director of the Latin America will supply approximately 5000

from the farms; and 7 per cent and J an antipope who was Pallottine Fathers. These Bureau, National Catholic Welfare Priests. Brothers and Sisters to
brought to Home by the
SCHOOLSSAINT from the upper class. fAll eventually reconciled to the Priests staff the church. Conference, in a mid-week Latin America during the 1900s.

this indicates that the Church and canonized St. Hip- None of the custodian! of Greek monks who took over address at the annual study "In addition, the Papal Vol--

council Fathers will probably j)lytus. the San Sihe>tro relic of St. the church and its monasteryin week of the apostolate sponsored unteers for Latin America will
social and economic .John the Baptist claims! its the eighth century.It the diocese
study factors Pope St. Zephjrinus, an by Davenport represent a body of apostolic
JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN : as well as moral ones in opponent of St. Hippoljtux,. authenticity has been e tab- is known that by the year Father t Considine's topic short-term lay workers In Latin

BEACH seeking a solution to the vocation is listed with his acooljte the fished beyond doubt. 1130 the head was kept in a w as "North America's Rep America who by the end of the

B.lleI.at and day school for I'lrll-l'radu ono through Ilx. 1 itenslcegrounds crisis. boy.martyr St. Tarcisius. The Catholic Encyclopedia, chapel attached to the church, *.. onse to Latin America's current decade will have totaled
I. and picturesque .1'10" Large swimming pool.
Teaall eoartL Other hilly sports ra.UItIf'I. Ju.lf'. art. danf'lnl' and dramatlu. All acknowledge that a successful Another name is that of St. In discussing traditions about and that the chapel had the needs." over a thousand volunteers -
C.adacted bT the Sisters .r Saint ",..af'ph..r further Informatloa religious vocation is rallixtus, the Pope whose elec. the fate of the head of John name of San Giovannino in He said the Church in Canadanow ," he continued.
apply tee 8lat.r 1)Ir.etr.ss. Saint Joseph Academy' Jensen Jlf'af'h. the work of the Holy Spirit and t;ion spurred Hippolytus into the Baptist after his decapitation Capite, a mixture of Italian and has some 1500 Priests, Father Considine estimatedthat

the acceptance of the Spirit's s setting himself up as Pope. by Herod Antipas, remarks -Latin meaning roughly the Brothers, Sisters and lay volunteers Catholic sources in the
goad by the individual. The Before restoration, cracks In : chapel for the Head of St. John. working in Latin Amer. U.S. are sending in excess of

ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES goal of the Church today, as t he walls threatened some of "In the many and discordant When the reliquary was ica. $10 million a year Into Latin

I Resident and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully always, is to.help the Christian t he church's eighthcenturyrescoes relations concerning this relic opened in 19GO the skull with. "It has assumed responsibly- America.JACKSONVILLE.
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Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa Florida. foster it. Silvestro's historical and almost every point render Viterbo claims it possesses. Tegucigalpa, Honduras, and the
... .....
: < minor In the
w.t! : :;: r Manila seminary in Brazil,dioceseof the : RE.D A 13'OODS;

':< NCWC official continued. "Its STEER

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Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, Aug. 23, 1963
Missionaries Use Culture
John C. O'Brien ,

Adapt Says Msgr. Illich

I Case Grows against Heavy Smoking A ,
MILWAUKEE (NC)-Sisters here heard a Priest from

medical indictment of will die from lung cancer before Health authorities classify Mexico give this definition of the concept of "mission:"

THE smoking as a cause they are 70 unless: the lung cancer as of epidemic "It is Mother Church extending her influence and

I of lung cancer is hardening, nation's smoking habits are magnitude. spreading her gospel through the utilization of the cultures

but efforts to wean the public radically altered. Why then In view of the and capabilities peculiar to
away from the The American Cancer So-. near-unanimity among the experts each vicinity." activity must be carried on In
cigarette habit ciety also is waging a steadycampaign about the harmfulness of Monsignor Ivan I Illich the conformity with the custom

are proceedingat i against cigarettemoking smoking does the public clingso ., .' < F hS director of the Centers for In- of these countries.He .
snail's through the principal tenaciously to the habit? .c1. was one of the speaker
a ... tercultural Formation in Cuer-
pace. The med- communications media. And Who do teenagers begin ...;;... ...... navaca Mexico, said it was dif- at a workshop at Marquette
ical professionand recently life insurance com smoking when on all sides they Il' ferent in the early days of the University for the Sister

the scientists panies have begun buying advertising hear warnings that the habit 'I Church when missionary activity Formation Conference.
are closert space to caution policy may shorten their lives? involved not only em- Father Francois Houtart of

agreement d holders about the relation There Is, of course no single planting doctrines but also the Louvain, Belgium, spoke of ,
about the ship between smoking and answer. One is the perversityof I. cultures and traditions of the factors influencing today's
harmful effectso their life expectancy. human nature, the urge to missioners in mission lands. technical civilization and the

f cigarettesmoking,- Research authorities reportthat gratify all appetites to excess. He said: manner in which these affect
than ever before. Dis- between 30,000 and 36,000of Another is the extreme diffi- "This I Is quite evident in missionary activity.He .
sents are rarer than they werea the 40,000 deaths a year from culty of breaking the cigarette Latin America where the described man as living

decade ago. A few doctors lung cancer may be blamed habit once it is formed. Then i I prevalent religious; influenceis in a society in which social
have declared open war upon upon cigarette smoking. Thisis too the harmful effect of smok- : Catholic and the dominant functions are becoming in.
the cigarette, although most more deaths than occurredin ing it not immediately appa- ilr t L1iLi+ cultural traditions are thoseof creasingly specialized and the

practitioners seem content. the United States Armed rent. I the Spanish) and Portuguese integration between these functions

merely to suggest that patients Forces in three years of fight Xo one in his right mind ,.. : missioners who labor commensurately impor
," 1.v11I .m..T. .. ._ .. ., ........
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quit smoking or reduce their ing in Korea.Council. would drink the contents of a ;/ jd3J) --:1..I.'t.:; s;: 1 there." .

consumption of cigarettes.Dr. vial labeled, "Deadly Poison" PROPOSED FOR ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH IN TAMPA Now he declared, because of tant.A notable effect of these de

George E. Moore, direc Fathers for he would know that death The Church of St. Joseph, which will be built in' Tampa, provides for the sanctuary the spirit of nationalism and velopments must be a break-up

tor of the Roswell Park Memorial might follow within a few min (pictured above) with a marble altar. In the background will be a triptych of national pride in many underdeveloped of the parochial spirit which

Institute, of Buffalo, for Fewer since 1962ROME utes.But the Crucifixion. Plans for the new church call for a seating capacity of about 800. countries missionary characterized the Church's at

example keeps a carton on his (XC)-Since the open. the cigarette smoker Is The church will be built on the corner of Cherry and Gobez Streets, West Tampa. titude in the past Father
desk depicting a coffin labeled, not greatly shaken by a warn- Houtart said.
ing of the Second Vatican Father Clark DiesST.
"The Big Flip Top Box for the ing that death may come from The New Apostles This spirit "so strange to see
Council October 11 last 63
Smoker." on lung cancer ten 15, or 20 years .LOUIS (XO)-A Requiem In the Church with the most
The institute also publishesa council Fathers have died, Including hence. He thinks he may be Mass was offered here for Fa- universal view, is one of the

booklet on the hazards of four Cardinals 18. one of the lucky ones who will Latins 'Prey'upon Poor with Love,I ther Charles Dismas Clark main obstacles to its universalism -
Archbishops and 41 Bishops.The
smoking which contains the never develop the disease.If SJ., known nationally for his ," he said.Another .
1 I warning that heavy smokers Americans who, died cigarette smoking is to By Glenn D. Kittler rehabilitation work with ex- imposing task facing

who are 35 years old have were Archbishop John Swint, be curbed, the nation's smokers The group in front of the television camera was an unusual cast: a Priest in z L convicts. the Church Father Houtart

chances of dying before 65 Bishop Edwin of Wheeling V. ; Arch.of cannot be counted uponto shabby coat and a family in rags. For 60 seconds, the Priest asked questions, and mem. The 62-year-old Pre?t died of stated, "is creating a moral
bUhop Byrne
twice as great as those of non. bring It about. Doctors a heart attack on August 25 at value system by which to live
Santa Ft Bishop Joseph bers of the family revealed that they had not eaten in two days. that none of the famih I '
smokers. ; know from experience how St. Mary's Hospital after a in a socialized society., Evidence
I Dr. Alton Och'nr, professor Burke of Buffalo; Auxiliary often their warnings, go un was employed and that they left and the right. One night, small house, each house wit i three-week illness. of steps in this direction
emeritus of surgery at Bishop I Lawrence Schott of heeded lived in a hovel at the edgeof Father challenged his audience: a garden and with a park near. Father Clark was ordained he explained, were the
Harrisburg; and 'Archbishop the city. "I invite to take in for children. The barrio als recent encyclicals, "Mater et
Tulane University, recently In Congress, Senator Mau- you part by > in 1932. An outspoken critic of
predicted flatly that a mil- Gerald O'Hara, apostolic delegate rine Neuberger of Oregon The Priest handed the father the revolution of love. The has a grocery cooperative am I the American penal system Father Magistra" and "Pacem In Ter
lion teenagers living today in Great Britain who recently wrote a book in- 500 pesos, about $50, then he poor are the first prey of revolutionists two co-op factories makin J Clark established his ris."
The deaths left several posts looked into the camera and who come with furniture and sandals wit 1 Increased! communication
dicting the cigarette, is waging Dismas House here in 1959; fore
vacant In conciliar commis a one-man crusade. said: "I have done what I can. false: promises and spread discord profits going back into th the rehabilitation of parolees. produce an effect on the
BEACH MEMORIAL sions. What can you do?" through the land. Most the Church's missionary activity
Legislators from the tobacco community. of fam* At the same time he adoptedr
t CHAPEL The late Valerio Cardinal growing states are under It was 9:01: p.m. The red lighton 'In invite you to prey upon ilies received the funds foi the name of Dismas, the penitent Father Houtart said. The
!t. r.tr.bvr* Be.ch 111.3177SEMINOLE Valeri was president 0 f the
heavy pressure to refrain from the camera clicked off. The the poor with your love, so their rent-$12 monthlyfrolTthe thief who was crucified Church I is more In the eye
BEACH commission of religious. interfering with the cigarette "Minute of God" had ended. that we can have )peace and appearance on television. with Christ. Father Clark is of men than ever before, he

MEMORIAL CHAPEL Bishop Giovanni Bat tis t a industry. Although newspapersand Each night Father Rafael progress and the end of poverty. Despite the good he wa;!s! credited with helping some said.
St. rrteriborr ttl7 Peruzzo, C.P., of Agrigento a magazines devote space to Garcia Herreros went before ." achieving from the start, Father 3500 former convicts o nth e Because the Church's manner '

member of the commission on reporting warnings by the the camera in Bogota, Colombia Father Herrero gave the discovered he had enemies. way to a new life. of achieving her missionary
faith and morals and Bishop
medical profession being dependent for a minute, to ask similar poor more than nightly donations The rich, afraid that he wa:!! goals is different today, her
Albert Soegijapranata SJ., of upon cigarette advertising questions, each night with a Surrounding the city stirring up the poor called bin 3i Stamps on Exhibit "success might be affected

Semarang, a member 0 f the for a substantial fractionof different family. Since 1937; were shanty-town bar r i o.s, a communist particularly be:- AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands quantitatively for a while," he
commission the missions
on their revenue they are not he'd had no problems findingnew crammed with the unemployed, cause he had visited Russia commented."But .
both have died since the coun- : (XC)-Dutch postal authorities
a. MM disposed' wage editorial campaigns families; his only problemwas the hungry, the sick; He had but only to study low' in time the Church will
( cil began. against smoking.But finding the money to give crammed too, with the deep cost housing.The are permitting the benefit qualitatively. For as

M.OR1AL. unless the findings!i of them. roots of evil which flourish in communists, on the use of a special postmark for these peoples assimilate the

A MODERN. FUNERAL HOfW? the experts are suddenly re- Resorting to TV,appeals wasa apathy. Father built a new other hand, realized he was mail sent from the exhibitionof Church's teachings into their
RYA. ;, .. itftfgRl ,P>4tt'Moreord I ver.ed, Congress: may hate to revolutionary procedure so barrio, naming it after the pro drawing the poor array from stamps with religious own mores and traditions it
A. 0..,.. frOIfk M ity f _\. H. Craig-Xelldal I.. Bennett I face up to the cigarette problem much so that first Father's gt'am-EI Minuto de Dios. them and repeated! made themes to be sponsored in Rot- will become a deeply rooted in
649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862.6503 Ambulance Service just as it 'did the narcotics archdiocesan superiors frownedon Over 3000 people now live attempts on his! life.. terdam from September 6 to 8 stitution which will blossom

ST. PETERSBURG 4-1673 problem.It it. But Father explained: there, each family with its own He went on. And he s t l 11 I by the St. Gabriel stamp collecT forth with succeeding generations

ST.V'u NE took no courage to outlaw "I know of no other way goes on, making his nightly 'r tors' society of the faithful.

narcotics because the overwhelming to convince people) to care for Council to be Filmed appearance, spending his day;s
majority of the each other than to make them touring the city in search o:f
PHONE 877-7524 American people are against behold a starving family for xw"OHK: (\C)-The Na- ways to help the poor. KYLE-McLELLAN INC.

narcotics. It will take courageto one minute every night.; tional Council of Catholic Men Often the help comes fro m FUNERAL DIRECTORS
A. P. BOZA curb cigarette sales. The Minute of God, as the will co-operate with CBS (TV the poor he has already helped
RIVERSIDE CHAPEL program was called, was effec network) on a special film covering families who raised by hilT 17 W. UNION STREET- JACKSONVILLE
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Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Home Change" will be the themeof they could spare. In a country week of September 29th (the charity he aroused for them. :
the annual joint convention where pOertwas widespread Council reconvenes on the Father Herreros recentl:
557 CLEARWATER-LARGO ROAD-LARGO of the National Conference of even a penny was a worthy 29th) and aired on Sunday October said: "I want to give to th e
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ORLANDOBILL The Florida Catholic Friday, Aug. 2S, 1963 Page Seven

- Wish for Better Days for Hungary J ------ --- ..


FORD FACTORY BARDOE DEALER Expressed in Papal Letter of July 3 .. ...; '. 2 ORLANDOWINTER PARK

NEW SAVE CAR ON YOUR DEALPh. BUDAPEST (NC-In a letter dated July 3, Pope Paul VI prayed that the long- : :(" 't,! ;- ,

wracked Church of Hungary would soon see the light of "a better day." The papal c J; BARNES

656-3333 message to the Bishops of Hungary and their people, shortly after the coronation, has .rt._, .. b T : :
Hwy 50 now been made public by the ." a H s r DRAPERY AXD
: when We the Us about the Catholic Churchin .._ ,
Winter Garden accompanied I FLOOR COVERING, Inc.
Hungarian hierarchy.The .U.. .
MemberSt.: rfAi'W. Cardinal-Legate Eugenio Pa- Hungary, and it is Our .. s... ...... FREE ESTIMATES
:; Pope's message began by "..."...:... "-'. '
i earnest wish to be able to -:;: >;
Charles extending his greetings and celli.At .-.. 2008 X. Orange Ave, Orlando
Parish blessing. Then it said: that time, with extensive embrace your prelates upon .'.;1-! .. GArden 5-3487
participation of the people the occasion of the second co," ..'__.: \
Since the inscrutable will { .,
and with imposing brilliance session of the Second Vatican .1ft'
of God has called Us to the
OFFICE SUPPLIES the International Council. '. : ;
; i FAIRVIEWCleaners
FIXE WRITIXOPAPERSOFFICE leadership of the unified : t-
EQUIPMENT Eucharistic Congress was While We are supportingOur J'f"- : { .. ,
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ALL ARTISTS SUI'PLIEM held in the Hungarian cap- desires with diligent fj \ .1 ... Laundry
CAREFULLY SELECTED GIFTSGREETING stantly rises in Our Soul the .
prayer, We wish you and sS +. .. Featuring
CARPS ital.The .
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Catholic Hungary are not you do In strengthened S

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We have no doubt that the steps the path of virtue. May .

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is Our mission to care in WIZEN BETTER: FOOD IS
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for your praise, fame and singly and together Our *
which has been redeemed byChrist's : : PHONE 1I1-I3M
honor." We beg God to let apostolic blessing as a sign .
blood, it is right for
shine for you the dawn ofa and guaranty of heavenly ., { .,
Us to turn Our affection in
RAY MEARS better day than what you gifts. Given at the See of i. .
particular to the Hungarian ,...... < >. DIAPER
have had up to now. Peter, July 3, 1963, in the, : lrJ@
JEWELERS Bishops and Catholics. For
May hopeful news reach first year of Our papacy. .5 ; S SERVICE I
Loeall Owned and Op.at.1I By We are acquainted with the .'.

P. F. SUSAN MJR8EV history and fame of this Joe Williams UOO L- KQIINIOM AYL

11 T.... la Jewelry" Bnilnrn country with the outstanding OLDEST MISSION INTERESTS VISITOR FROM IRELAND ..._=__ =.= II
ITIWT uinrn Kjisij n n>riwiiivi>t*
creations of its litera Monsignor John P. Burns summer, Father Brophy assisted oimts ueo To T mn .
ture and art, the pleasant Football Fans Warned New (left), pastor of Cathedral Parish Father Charles SpellmanIn Gray's Jewelers : ro w.t JTYUO M eooRuta DUMSvout ouru TAILS

OF manners and courtly de said his former professor. St. Mary parish, Rockledge.The *rw lAir NAUUJHC

meanor of its people, which Rules Father Patrick J. B r 0 ph Y Irish Priest was impressedby CLOCK REPAIRALL 4221177tauin Die ne

BISHOP MOORE We remember from the time Changes Confusing (right) was delighted with the the tremendous growth of MAKES

beauty of the Oldest Mission. the Church in the Cape Ca. 2003 Edgewater-GA 2.2974

SCHOOL JEWELRY COLLEGE football buffs can't be warned too early of They are pictured at the out naveral area. Next to Publix a MUg7tflKf oronrtr Mat.

Phone GA 2-3652 Children'sClothes that await. What the rules makers have door altar on the grounds of In St. Augustine, he also

done to their game shouldn't happen to a bulldog or a the historical shrine in St. praised the Ivan Mestrovic FOR YOUR FASTENING NEEDS

11 (1 Line panther."A Augustine. statue commemorating Father

1tI "R J Finest in ClothingFor disgrace," commented Aldo (Buff) Donelli, Colum- Father Brophy paid the visitto Lopez in the ecstasy of thanksgiving UNIVERSAL BOLT CO. .,-

Girls & Boys bia coach, a moderate. In a timorous effortto the Mission before his re- just after offering the
14 N. Orange Ave. turn to Ireland last Sunday. in 1710 Silver Star Road Orlando CY 3-3120
first Mass St.
0H Kdtewater Dr. GA 4.7738' arrive at a compromise between limited parish Augus-
lie is a noted lecturer in Ire- tine. COCOA BEACH-NE 67076D
substitution and unlimited substitution 1
land and has also taught
Incidentally, Monsignor
they have authorized set of
not lire : Meadow a regulationsthat
Why Monterey or Brook Acres? church history and philosophy
is almost Burns has planned the annual
We have a home designed for your family literally beyond normal at St. Patrick's College, Carlow,
comprehension. "Only a contortionistcould t( I which is the oldest seminary in triduum honoring Saint Augustine WlmDONUT

DEMETREE BUILDERS make heads and tails of the thing," .?. the English-speaking world. of Hippo for August 26-23 t/

groaned Donelli recently. Proof that even Monsignor Burns was a student in the Cathedral. On this occasion 44 {'arletlea-DNleloas New England

5307 East Colonial Drive CR 7-1922 the rules makers themselves had no clear of Father Brophy while Cathedral parishioners remember y5 Style Hand-Cut Donuts

idea of the horrible mishmash they were studying for the Priesthood at in their prayers their :- S- .' WORLD'S FINEST CUP OF COFFEE

ORANGE COUNTY concocting was revealed in a subsequent St. Patrick's College in Car intentions as well as those of AT OUR DUNK BAR

"clarification memo" issued bv_., chairman_n_________ _Ivan.___ Williamson, low.For the Diocese named for the 2215 E. COLONIAL DRIVE

ff" BERG VAULT Co. of Wisconsin.And .. ... --two. months, ......< .this...... ...past__""""'" same..._u.u. patron saint. "" .. ORLANDO GA 3-9182
J SINCE 1946-AIR SEALED even in this there was fair man, said: "To a master of I :.7'W" ":N;'::J ;;r':7Y' > S''1:
Sanskrit the is <
memo probablya
confusion. For the memo did
REINFORCED big help." ,
not clarify so much as amend. < HOME OF STRIDE RITE SCHOOL SHOES
BURIAL VAULTS Futility followed consternation Prophetically, the original 't .

When Only Tb. Finest !. Good EnoughT when the coaches experImented announcement of the changewas s.# i CHOSEN AS THE OFFICIAL FOOTWEARFOR
B8 Sure REQUEST; IT with the revised rule all balled up. The publicwas J BISHOP MOORE HIGH SCHOOL
AL Mt'SZYNSKI JR., Owner Member St. Jame informed, via wire
servo t'
themselves in spring practice. They found ices, that the colleges were returning : STYLE & QUALITY PLUS OUR CAREFUL FITTINGWILSON'S
- bogged down in
to free substitution .
contradictions and inconsisten
MARYLAND FRIED CHICKENCOMPLETE cies. Their anguished screams the two-platoon system Jettisoned 2 Convenient Shop Early &

In the early 50's. Locations SHOE STORE Avoid Rush
DINNERS TO GO prompted the memo.
Coach Donelli, an eminently It developed no note had rF
Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $ 1.00
been taken of certain excep. 1217 E. Colonial Drive 2306 Edgewater Drive

Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95 lions which, far from liberal. OPEN.FRIDAY NIGHT

Fish Dinner $1.00 Prelate Expresses izing the substitution situation 3 b F

would tighten It all the
Ai,4 N Shrimp Dinner $1.15 Concern Over more.

Illuatn? .NOW fl LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU The rules makers had three
11\\"). 17-1)2) Fern Park TK 8-3314: School Dropouts
objectives: COLONIAL PLAZA has
2740 S. Orange RI. Tr., Orlando CH M222 more
Silver Star & Pine Hills Rd. CY .14)202) LAFAYETTE (XC)-Bishop 1. Do away with having to

EdReuater & Lee ltd. 293-9839: Maurice Schexnayder of Lafayette record every substitute, tedious of what you're looking for. 60
Lake Barton Rd. & .;. Colonial 27745210 has expressed concern ar.d time consuming.

2100 French .\\'(!.. Sanford 322-9112: over the increasing number of 2. Eliminate the messenger

youngsters dropping out of service, I.e., a coach sending ina great stores and services. 4,000

-- high school. He said in a pas play on every down.

toral letter read in all diocesan 3. Retain the necessity to free parking Truly I
A SWIMMING POOL for spaces. your
churches: coach players both on offense

100% enjoyment? "I consider It my grave dutyto and defense.
shopping center for the center of
A SWIMMING POOL to enhancethe remind the parents to do all What these gentlemen had

that is to that the In mind their
possible see was one thing,
of home? the
beauty your boys and girls complete at least proposals for accomplishment, state.

A SWIMMING POOL to increase their high school education. something else again.

Likewise both pastors and assistants The new rule, in brief, statesa t._ '..-
the value of your property as an VISITING PRIEST INTERESTED COLONIAL PLAZA
are urged to speak of team send in number -
may any
investment? this to their flocks Father John Neff of Miami congratulates Maurice
scourge of substitutes time the
any East Highway SO at Bnmby Orlando
LaRue (above) and others in the laity at Maitland
NATIONAL from the pulpit, at meetings of clock Is stopped, except on upon
SWIMMING rootBUILT men and women, in religion first and fourth downs aftera their interest in the St. Augustine diocesan Fisher Apos-

ONLY BYPlumbing INSTITNTE classes, and to the young peo- change in ball possession. On tolate. The visiting Priest viewed exhibits on the church

ple individually whenever the these two downs a team may lawn which promoted attendance at the current catechetical

Otonq e occasion presents itself. send in only two substitutes. classes being given to instructors in Orlando. a@ ':(,'f- LIVE I SAFELY !

& Heating Co. "For evident reasons, the
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army sense If we were permitted unlimited Requiem Mass for Bishop CO. gas or needed repairs. You'll b. glad you did.
school and no work mean Idleness
substitution on first Joseph M. Preciado C.M.F., 76, Incorporated 1941
with the result that many and fourth downs. That's whenwe retired vicar apostolic of Darien IUD Wilfred Dr_P.O. Box 2141

t become delinquents with little can put them to better use." Panama, was offered in Orlando IU-340S St. Ch rlesrreP Good Shepherd

hope for a happy and useful The moral victory set mayas St. Vibiana cathedral here. A*.!.. Park
Gait "ulee
life. well resign Itself to a season The Bishop's nephew Father When yon tell an adver-
of maddening confusion.For Juan Jose Doronsorro, of tUrr that you saw hh ad in

was PAQUETTE MOTORS example, the new rule the San Sebastian diocese in THE FI..ORID.CATHOLIC, e DELIVERYPl0Z

AUTHORIZED DEALER lends Itself to five different ex- Spain offered the Mass. James you let him know that he has M. F. KershnerATLAS E.VD

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On first after presided. Interment was In
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Herman J. Heidrich
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Francis Cardinal McIntyre, GA 3.1644
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will preside at the enthrone- THOMSON & McKINNON: NEW IDEAS FOR A NEW ERA

WKSYBR; RUSES ment here September 12 of

auxiliary Bishop Francis J. IN ORLANDO SINCE 1924 11'I11 IEItI.ItIcallm .

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Eight The Florida Catholic Friday, Aug. 23, 1963
Holy NameConvention

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Workers --y -- x

EncouragedIn A v ."r. I ,

Oct. 25-27

(C.DtI..tod hem Pa*. 0..)

Fisher Apostolate tesy of Monsignor Patrick E.

Nolan VF., pastor of St. Paul

parish, the rally will take placein
(Contlaord from Pat One) his parish on September
In the work, there would be the Orlando response to the High School youth in Miami.
29. Father James J. Heslin
one, two, perhaps even 10 training program was good. Mr. Mr. Mericle places great 1& moderator has
deanery an
youngsters who would receiveno Leitch added: stress on the mine of information 1 w.
nounced the rally Mass in Sep
religious education whatso- "I can see that I have a lot which is that of the Catholic -
tember to be celebrated at St.
ever. I do what I can to lead to learn in order to be able to School graduate."I .
Paul Church in Riverside at
to the saving of one soul. At be of help. I have had a Cath went to Catholic schools 1 .
> 8.30; a.m.
least we are trying." olic education and I hope to all my life," he said, "and I
burst Name
A of Holy Society
Mr. Armstrong first became put it to good service in the know that my Catholic education I
activity has been evidenced
Interested in this work in Long program. It is noticeable how will be useful in this new '%
here this week.It .
Island, New York, and came the world can crowd you in, program of the Fishers. I feelI
began with a seminar for
to Florida and to his parish so to speak, and how it can owe the Church a debt and
officers of parish societies heldat
with at least four years of crowd out religion. I may be would like to pay back some
Assumption parish on August
service as a Fisher. able to remedy some of that." of it and help others. Many
18 and culminated with
He believes that once another St. James parish has several could use their talents and k
L the departure from the Dioceseof
layman is convinced that representatives at the training their training to spread theI I a delegation of leaders head

he has the ability and there is sessions. One of them, ThomasL. Faith to those looking for the __ ed by Monsignor Jordan and

a need for him to ring doorbells Chambers, told the inter. truth."
Mr. Naughton, for the quadrennial
to bring students in to viewer that he had seen Fish Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. ,, .
convention of Holy
catechism classes or to do the ers' efforts bear fruit in the Snyder, another couple fromSt. < '
_A __PY ; ,," Name men now underway In
actual teaching that there will parish in which he resides."I John Vianney, also are attending Buffalo.

be no need to worry about recruitment believe people can be the Fishers' course. :
... ", The convention from August
of new Fishers. personally enriched as a result Mr. Snyder had this comment: .. ;,.':\.,"' 21.25 has drawn these other

There will be," gays Mr. of this Fisher activity," "My interest in the Confraternity CAPE CANAVERAL AREA GREETS IRISH SISTERS FOR NEWEST SCHOOL the Diocese
-. __ _______ leaders from :
Armstrong Mr. Chambers added. of Christian Doctrinehas
:, 'personal graces Adrian Dominican Sisters ter Mary Xavier, Sister Paul Anton O.P. and Sister Ixmgford will staff Palm William D. Noble of Tampa,
1 tremendous abundance "I hope to be able to take on led me to a feeling of ful
n who staff Melbourne's Catholic James Patrick O.P., Sister Mary Gabriel. The Irish Sisters Bay's grades one through immediate past president of
and the basic satisfaction additional work as a Fisher to fillment of those things thatI
school were at the civilian Mary of the Sacred Heart of Mercy, who are from four and kindergarten open the Diocesan Union, who was
that will! with that. contact more people and to have learned about Christ.I .
go along paenger terminal of Sister Mary Imelda, Sister Xew tow nf orbes, County Ing this 3 ear. honored with a medal at the
Robert F. Johnson from St. bring more volunteers Into the feel that I am carrying out .
convention Father Heslin
)1'Coyir Force Base to ; assistant
work of the Fishers." the things that I have read '
Margaret Mary's, stressed the
welcome to Florida a new Prelate 'Be Peacemakers spiritual director of the
fact that the Fisher work Is a James Louis Duhon comes about and the things that I congregation of Sisters ofMercy Says Diocesan Union; Father

great comfort both to the In. from the Naval Air Station at have been taught about what from Ireland henfour Thomas R. Gross and Father

dividual who does it the Sanford He wants us to do.
and to nightly to attend the
of their members arrived Scores News MisrepresentationContinued Edward J. Mulligan.
people served. Confraternity Mr. Du feel that he
course. "It makes one by jet last! Friday. The Also, James J. McAuliffe of

"I feel that It has done a hon knew about the program 1* actually participating in Irish Sifters (in black habits) Orlando, first vice-president of
( from Fate One) ought to be based on facts and that reaffirmation of free
deal in before and is
great for me personally "trying to
get the life of the Church, that will staff the Diocese's newest us make use of the natural objective reasons and criticismof dom of opinion !since the government the Diocesan Union; and Clyde
the spiritual sphere, said Mr. back into it. He is particularly Jacksonville
Johnson he is an active member of school, St. Joseph's! at means we may have at our the conduct or opinions of because of the long- W. King of ex-
pointing to accomplishments enthusiastic about the discus the Di.
of the year and the sion clubs, he said. the Mystical Body, and that Palm Bay, an area near Cape disposal with purity of inten others especially of public continued war conditions! ecutive Union.secretary of

tolerance It had engendered Among the volunteers at. from this perhaps others Canaveral formerly served tion." authority ought to be made has tended to resent: and ocesan All of the laymen mentioned

within him. But he added: tending the course are Mr. and might; become involved in l>)' the Melbourne parish The Archbishop, quoting with kindness. quench expressions: of dissenting with the ofMr.
thus far exception
"It is the type of thing that Mrs. Roy J. Mericle of St. John the same work" school and its SMem. Pic- Pope .John urges Cluistians. "That being understood, the or critical opinion. Noble, took part in the recent

Is hard to measure in material Vianney parish. Mr. Mericle is One of the Mission Helpers, to exercise their chic rights Church wishes her sons and Just last week It became seminar for officers held
lured with the parish Priest fulfill their duties.He daughters to have ideas
and regard-
terms. You become aware of a graduate of Archbishop Cur- Sister Mary Francis, said that known that president Ngo dinh Assumption parish.Mr. .
the example you give, the effect ley High School. His wife grad. the class has been very rewarding of Palm Bay, Father PeterC. emphasizes "the right to ing social, economic and political Diem has discharged Father McAuliffe, who earlier

you have on others. You uated from nearby Notre Dame in numbers, in in. Dolan are, from left, Sister one's own opinions." affairs.and She asks themto Paul Cao van Luan from his arranged a similar seminar for

work at it day in and day out, Academy. Both schools serve terest and in attention. Kathleen Marie O.P., Sis. He says "personal opinions study inform them. post as rector of the state university HNS leaders in Central Florida,
selves to learn the realities of ._ ..
free hours. 'Iy"
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your <""'.":<'<._ ,v < .-.w7'" .. ,'\. T I of flue, chief cay or was in charge of the programfor
to last he .%!\' w- "'."'t4rWl. 1?i.\w<.. .."' n ;;;;<>.v<*">> ::*> ,:: 'H :'i.ICi" contemporary Vietnamese life,
Compared ,
year ; "c' R central Vietnam and its an the
i I to interest themselves in it, to
said interest 1 nth Fisher :
e i : cient capital.No Presiding officer was H. A
themselves how
I promote
has so improved "" '
program .:jal'f' d7C reason has been publishedfor Wisham, Jacksonville Beach
"it almost miraculous." q. .r x justice and charity, he pointed
was '" this action which was: president of the St. Augustine

Mr. Johnson said that over the out.The taken with abrupt suddenness. Deanery.
period of the year those who letter Insists on the
Three of the five In brief
faculty Father IIe! lin, a
had been Fishers knew more practice of charity "to foster
deans have submitted their res- talk emphasized that the
about what they were doing internal peace in our country .
ignations following Father parish "Is! the Church," thus
to soothe
and had confidence in their patience angry
Luan's dismissal. Forty-one ol f strewing the important role
ability to be good Fishers. t.r feelings, much humility to dispel -
the university's 50 full-tim e! of the parish- Holy Name Ro.clfty .
John S. Leitch speaking as envy, mildness to mollify
permanent professors have Its leadership and its
a St. Charles parishioner, said
I I Vietnamese Catholics and signed a joint statement resigning members.

nonCalholicsll\ welcome from their posts. The Assisting Mr. McAullff on

ST. AUGUSTINEFor statement first gives pro-Bud. the seminar rostrum as speakers

t Peace Needs ToldCASTELGANDOLFO dhist, antigovernment reasons were Albert Shepp, 'il-

I Ii I I and then: "the replacement ol Ham Hell and Frank J. Cilento
(NO- ,
the Reverend Rector during of Orlando and D. J. Brown,
Pope Paul VI has told visitors
this critical period." president of Assumption's Holy
here that true peace requires a
Students, estimated at five or Name; and Dr. Thomas Hartland -
"direct and explicit referenceto
"PlusValue"InsuranceAsk ;_L J ; God and His law." six hundred, including Bud, president of Resurrec-

'+a i'd+M -led dhists, other non-Christians,,t tion's Holy Name, both 0 f
Before praying the Angelus
and Christian! have demon. Jacksonville.
with crowds visiting his summer
4.r .c,. strated jointly In protest 45 parish officers! attendedthe
FRANK HOWESaboul i villa last week, the Pope
against the Priest's dismissal. August 18 seminar

: Prospective Fishers studying at the short course in convinced that other laymen will join the Fisher Apos- "this brief prayer"-success of IN TAMPA---

Gulf Life's catechetics being held at Orlando's Good Shepherd tolate once they hear of the need and realize they have and the ecumenical the modern council world's, peace rediscovery -, ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE

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The council offers "so much
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1 ; Father John F. Wells, director of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine in the

Diocese, is one of the Priests giving the course in the Fisher Apostolate at the Good caB

< f Sdl Shepherd School in Orlando. All area parishes are involved. At a break between conferences Or Id

>l 1 wd the CCD director meets, from left, Mrs. Adelaide.Grisaitis of Good Shepherd 11 si aiKjustinef IORJOAPage

parish; Mrs. Helen Graham of McCoy Air Force Base in Orlando; and William C. ,

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