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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 30, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
 Notes
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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ON SCHOOL FLAGPOLES, TUESDAY

Catholic schools of the Diocese will open on Tuesday, September 3, for the 1963- Nm 'I'Ii Oldest Mission MassTo

1964 school year. As at Melbourne Central Catholic High School (above), studentsall C

over the Diocese will enter Catholic classrooms to learn lessons strengthening '
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their moral fiber and building a love for America. '

Mark AnniversaryST.

Cathedral of Notre Dame .h

AUGUSTINE America's Oldest City began with an act of religion-the Mass,

*' *t' r. 11..landt'rh..r.. Mulling celebrated on the founding day, September 8, 1565. That anniversary will be markedon

W. Thomas Larkin, Fa Sunday September 8 two before the quadricentennial celebration in Florida.It .
Notes 800th Year in Paris Monsignor Anthony Keil S.SJ. and years
Monsignor will be observed at the.
Peter J. Paul O.S.A. former director of the Mission, Father Francisco Lopez de
By :Martial Massiani Monsignor who have been noti Oldest Mission at a 9 clock who now presides over Resur- Mendoza Graiales.. a diocesan

C\VC News Service Monsignor this week I morning Mass. rection parish- in Jacksonville, missionary Priest from Spain,

is marking the eighth centenary of its famous cathedral, Notre Dame. It was mings F. Jordan.and the Con C The founders of St. Augustine will give the sermon at thee Is commemorated in bronze on
PARIS
e s s execu-I called the place where th September 8 Mass this year. the mission grounds as the
in 1163 by Bishop Maurice de Sully of Paris on the He de la Cite, small islandin Also,
will fill first Mass was offered "NombreDe The director of the Mission celebrant of the Mass offeredon
the Seine where the Parisians built their first Christian churches, and, before that, arty, Father :
e following Dios" (Name of God).
Invites all citizens to join the September 8, 1565.
their pagan altars. III '1L '_m on com- Father Michael at the Mass and to add
V. Gannon, pilgrims The Mass this coming);
Presiding over the centenary
: sacred director of the Mission! of their prayers for the successful September. 8 to commemoratethe
committee are Maurice Cardinal -
| and Xombre De Dios, this weekInvites celebration of the 400th anniversary first act of the settlersof >
Feltin, Archbishop of Paris
; [ ; di- the townspeople and of the city and missionin the First' City will be ccle-
newly-elected Mayor Jean I of altar I ont-of-to\vn pilgrims to at. St. Augustine.The .
plated at the rustic altar on
Auburtln of Paris; and former z 1
: sacred tend the annual Mass! offeredon feast of the nativity of the grounds of the mission.
French Ambassador to the [ ; Holy *'. nanah.r i September 8 at the Mis Our Lady was also the birth- Occasions such as the annual

Holy See, Wladimir d'Ormes- r I men; Diocesan Council sion. day of the Oldest City in the September 8 Mass serve to give

;on. { : DIOCESAX, Page 8 Father Matthew Connolly,, United States. credit, in the story of America,
Liturgical ceremonies art .
: ; to the heroic pioneers who
for the middle of June were
Fall Barriers Father founded the city. They were
railed off when I'ope John Says Holy
conquerors of trackless seas
XXIII died. i

Pope Alexander III laid the -i.. ':..' l.V 1 Plea for Unity with Eastern Rites and continents.explorers They of the were uncharted intrepid

cornerstone for the cathedral Priests and laymen led by Fa.
during a month's stay in Parisin Admiral Pedro
1163. A papal legate conse- r GROTTAFERRATA, Italy (NC-"Let) fall the barriers that separate us!I" Pope ther Lopez and
1 :Menendez de Aviles who took
crated the main altar in 1182 VI has pleaded in a call to the ancient Eastern Churches. possession of America and

and the towers were finally : Pope's appeal was made et of an angel which says: doctrine which we do not hold christened the First City as St.

finished In 1235. rI at the Oriental Come! in common and which are still Augustine, Florida, baptizingIt
monastery of St. Nilus in
In 1239, the Crown of Thornswas '' "Let-fall the. barriers hat objects of controversy. in the Name of God on the
where he cele-
deposited l In the cathedralby : ; ;j separate us! '"""" "Let us seek in--make ntlr birthday feast of the Bleed
Mass on August 19. He
St. Louis IX King of r 3 there from his sum "Let us explain the points of LET FALL, Page 8 Virgin Mary.
France, who then built the
Salnte-Chapelle, also on the He >r villa at Castelgandolfo, Cardinal Addresses Convention

de la Cite, to house the relic. five miles away.

The first States-General or '" 'I'b8nrvlval of the %0-

Parliament of France assembled Oriental monastery, Holy Name Men Urged to Meet

at Notre Dame on April .v C and encouraged for

10, 1302. '. "at the very Rates
Henry VI, King of England, Rome said the Tope, is Challenges with Council's SpiritBUFFALO

was crowned King of France ... symbol, a presage and an
there on November 17, 1431. 1 : h F *** (NC-Francis Cardinal Spellman urged thousands of Holy Name men

The cathedral was desecrated without a text, who met here for their quadrennial convention to take on the challenges of the timesin

during the French Revolution Paul addressed "a saluta the spirit of optimism and
council it the minion of all Declaring that Christian
at the end of the 18th century. of honor to the old and the
encounterl"M courage sparked by ecumenical Christians he continued. unity is the work of the
Many precious objects were : Eastern Churches" and
.a council. "Admittedly a reunited Church, he added: "It is not
taken from Notre Dame's treas- S :
S. The Archbishop of New for the alone to
Pope accomplish
Christendom is to be realizednot
and sent to the mint to be
ury I were to state feel
my York told them they have a
it, nor for the Fathers of
melted down. now and all at once but
of veneration it would be
responsibility in the work of
the council, nor for the Priests
and at
gradually, fully only
In October, 1793, the ParNCommune expressed with the great- Christian unity and exhorted
some future time. But the and Sisters and Brothers. It I is
ordered statues of sincerity and with the same
them to be in the vanguard of
vision and the dream has been for all the members of Christ'sChurch"
kings on the! cathedral porch expansion of spirit the battle for social and inter
reawakened and desire and
November 7, which the
destroyed. On a Bishop of racial justice.
x longing for union is in the "It is In fact no exaggerationHOLY
:Notre Dame was dedicated Church, Bishop (Fran- Cardinal Spellman addressedmore
hearts of all." NAME, Page *
DAME 8 ) Charriere of Fribourg
XOTllfi Page than 10,000 persons at a

tt i Geneva, was authorized re Holy Hour and candlelight
to go and honor Patri( ceremony held in War Memorial Liturgical Week Renews

Sudan Expels Alexei at Moscow on his Stadium on August 23 as

NOTRE DAME DE PARIS, FROM LEFT BANK birthday." part of the Holy Name Society;'Christian Education ThemeBy

More Sisters The majestic Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris, this year "I desire to make mine," convention program. i

anniversary of founding, is depicted in this French Government Paul said, "the wish He said "the Second Vatican Father Frederick R. McManus

Jails Priest graph from Left Bank quays directly across the River Seine. with sudden and spon Council has already proved to XC\VC News Service
generosity, welled up be an event of momentous con
The 1963 North American Liturgical Week, just completed
the heart of my predeces sequence for the Church and
ROME (XQ -The government ; This Generation Called to especially John XXIII. for the world" and "has caughtthe in Philadelphia, broke all records for attendance In
of the Sudan has expellee
the of such More than
quarter meetings. 13,000
wish to issue the invitation, imagination of men every century
three more Catholic missionaries : would that we could truly where." persons registered to take part in the daily Masses and in
all of them Verona Sis-
Christianity Pope Tells our voice like the trump- "The ultimate goal of this sessions based on the theme.. "The Renewal of Christian
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ters.The t Education."
,
three said on arriva 1 l
By 3Isgr. James I. Tucek Archbishop John J. Krol of
here that a Verona Father hacIso t
,. been ordered expelled f ron'i CASTELGANDOLFO (NC-Pope) Paul VI has expressed his rd Philadelphia welcomed the convention

the Sudan, but was now in jai I present generation, .in spite of its exposure to loss of faith, is called to with a forceful description -
of the Second Vatican
for refusing to sign a document realization of Christianity.His a,
of the seven suburban sees of work with Council's plans for liturgical
stating that he was leav belief in the coming expression Rome traditionally headed by a students. reform.
ing the country because his i ,1;
life in
Christian
of .
Cardinal-Bishop.
Paul
Pope ,' He singled out the councU'sdecision
work had been completed.The nM
Sisters identified the "more joyful forms" was made Following the Gospel! of dinal ..,. to admit the different
last Sunday at the cathedral at the JIass, the Pope. preacheda eration and mother tongues into the Mass,
Priest 29-year-old Father
Pierluigi as Vignocchi, F.S.CJ. Albano, about two miles southeast homily commenting on the ,.- .. the sacraments, and the other
of here. It was the Pope's Christ words to His disciples given me parts of the liturgy, as well as
They said that because of his (
third excursion from his sum : ence and I the council's insistence upona
refusal to sign the documenthe 1'.
was fined $14 and sentencedto mer villa here in eight days. "Blessed are the eyes that He told revitalized education of the
Castelgandolfo lies within the ** clergy, which will be centered
a month in jail. see what you see. Paul VI applied I think
On finishing his prison diocese of Albano, which is one the text to himself tion, so upon the mystery of Christ as

term on September 5, the "whose eyes and whose spiritare grr of J08in celebrated in the liturgy.

Sisters said, Father ViRiior- filled with profound joy at religious: From this point on, it it a*

chi is to be taken directly to Dedication Set the scene afforded to Us by called by L apparent that the Second

the airport and expelled.The the cathedral and the people of press its .. Vatican Council wa the
CenterST.
For College w. ,;
Sisters bring to 113 the Albano. Jesus Chri starting point for speaker

number of Catholic mis">ion- I.EO-Thf' William P. He also had words of praisefor more ('0 after speaker.

aries ousted by the M I u s 1 i m McDonald St udeLt Center Cardinal Pizzardo, his old; torious a s Last fall the Bishops of the

regime of President Ibrahim building, on the campus of friend and mentor, who is now forms.i a council voted almost unanimous

Abboud since the latter part of St. Leo College, St. Leo, 86 years old. It was Cardinal 1 i "It is approval to a document on the

1962. About 50 Protestant missionaries Florida, will be dedicated Pizzardo-then a monsignorwho fidelity to i promotion and reform of Catholic

have also been ex Sunday, September 8. in 1920 arranged for the i and to worship, requiring that

pelled. The ceremony will take newly ordained Father Giovanni ity for liturgical revision stress the

The Sisters newly ousted place at 3:30 l).m. at the col. Battista Montini to enter' exterior .. educative force of the liturgy,
leveled the Pontifical Ecclesiastical]I that is, the Mass, the sacra
said the charge against legr. All friends and benefactors tianity is DURING REGISTRATION{ IN DIOCESE
them was that they had left Benedictine Academy to study Church di. ments and the Church's publicprayer.
of the
Pizzardc; world. M a This was a familiar scene at many schools of the Diocese of St. Augustine during .
their posts without permission. cordially invitedto plomacy. Monsignor
college are truly giving late August registration week called for by the Department of Education. Above
School teachers, they had been attend the dedication and had further influence on the In 1063 the spirit of the
I transferred to other villages Lifting! of the new building. future Pope in 19:!t, when he. to Christian left, are :Mary Ann Mahoney, Ed Marsicano and Brad Davis i registering for gathering included a natural

tor administrative reasons. urged that FatherIontinj I nir of our in Jacksonville's Bishop Kenny High School. EMPHASIS, Page 8'V73



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I Coming Events IB


I ST. PETERSBURG florida Reoorts i This felnmn hires fitare benefit, uperlal meetings and event *t ..e re
I than.Ural Interest. Advance notice ef regular meetings will be emitted.

9- Catholic schools: open, September September 25, card party

MUMFORDRefrigeration e r. 3.Diocesan. Garden Center, Jacksonville,
JacksonvilleWord
.Air Conditioning OrlandoMORNING Auxiliary to All Saints Home
t Triers retreat,
Heat Pomp Service has been received in STAR 1 ., 1) for the Aged, sponsor.
Good t'.ed Appliance September 16- 0, St.ugus-
9S9th. St. South Jacksonville that Frederick J. Officers of the Morning Star tine. Rummage: sale, October 2-1,

Phone Rahaim, son of Mr. and Mrs. School Women's Auxiliary, Or- S Sacred Heart parish New
flay l1geU81lte 1111-31<<1Jacksonls Frederick J. Rahaim, Jacksonville Fall hat sale, September
}
lando
were elected at a recent Smjrna Beach, sponsor
:has pronounced first meeting. Those who will serve 13, TitusAille Woman's Club

vows in the congregation of the auxiliary for the coming y, : building; Titusville; St. Tere Card party, Bishop Kenny
Holy Cross. r Idn e: Woman's Club, sponsor.Cameras High School, Jacksonville,
year are Mrs. John J. Grant, 5 t1 t, '
ShoesLadies' October 16, 8 p.m.; Blessed
First vows were also pro president; Mrs. Frank E. Flynn, i benefit.

& Men's nounced by Russell E. Taylor, vice-president; Mrs. HarrisonF. TV Will Trinity parish

son of Major and Mrs. A. R. Pearson, recording secre- i Diocevan' Eucharistic: Con.

Clinic Miller Taylor, Winter Park. The vows tary; Mrs. Frank Roark, cor f prey's October 27, Jackson.

Vitality-Weyenberg were professed at a recent cer- responding secretary; and Mrs. Visit Art Museum ville.

Cushioned Bellaires emony at the Sacred Heart Edward H. Hurt treasurer. 29
NEW YORK (XC) "The Rummage sale, October ,
Novitiate in Jordan, Minnesota. Committee chairmen are
641 Central Ave. 862-1355 ; Changing Image," a videotaped Blessed Trinity "Yomrn'sClub
Rahaim is of
a graduate
Mrs. Charles Blackton
mem-
tQur of the Ringling Art St. Petersburg, sponsor.
Bishop Kenny High School bership; Mrs. J. B. Lawton III,
and Taylor graduated from -*gp< f** fr f .* wf5 Museum in Sarasota will be Card party, December' fi,
and Mrs.
means Floyd
ways ; : J.-ri St. Teresa! parish, ;
Holy Cross Seminary on the Groo, publicity; Mrs. TheodoreJ. fr 'Stf '
HEINZEN University of Notre Dame // A At.' : tell %ook up and Live" pro- Woman's Club, sponsor.
Oroski, telephone; Mrs. Harold t: '. .. > .... JL ..--&rv:.*. ::5i......... .; '- o'L". "" u.l- gram, September 1 from 10:30to :
campus. Volkerson, coordinator; aiAITLAND ALTAR SOCIETY DISPLAYS 11 EDT.
QUILT a.m.,
"SHEI! The young men will continue Mrs. Joseph C. Flynn, vice-
their studies for the Priesthoodat chairman; and Mrs. George C. Members of Maitland's St. Mary Magdalen Altar Society have been making a It is produced in cooperation

SERVICE It J Moreau Seminary, the University Corrigan, historian.A quilt, which they will sell in order to purchase altar linens and supplies. Pictured with the" National Council ST. PETERSBURGOPEN

}'RttJ'ICKlP: : DKLIXKRY of Notre Dame. membership coffee Is above with the handmade quilt are, from the left, Mrs William Bach, president of of Catholic Men.

Jlth St. &; 18th Ate. bo.Phone. the Mrs. William NanHorn Mrs. Thad Kurek and Miss Loretta Scheibel.
planned for September 17 at society; 12 TO 5
867-6288 The Museum was foundedby
glut: GKKKV STAMPS St. LeoST. the home of Mrs. Edward H.
9th St. lAth Are. So. Hurt. Plans are also underwayfor Plant CityST. San Antonio TampaMOST the late John and Mabel CAREFREE LIVING
LEO ABBEY
Vhone 896-4133 Ringling of circus fame, and You can enjoy air-conditioned.
Abbot Beno Gut O.S.B., abbot the auxiliary's annual ben- CLEMENTOn HOLY NAME ACADEMY IIOLY REDEEMER houses one of the finest collec- waterfront living at a very fair

primate of the Benedictine efit show. The event is plannedfor Sunday, September 1, Officers of the Alumnae As- Father John X. Linnehan, tions of late Renaissance and price It's located In this In new one masonry of the area's home
Order visited Leo January 17. Mrs. J. B. from 2:30: to 4 a receptionwill sociation of Holy Name Acad has
St. Abbey, p.m. who has just come to preside Baroque religious paintings in better neighborhood, and
in St. Leo, Florida, on Thursday Lawton III is in charge of ar be held in St. Clement par- emy in San Antonio were over the parish, will be honoredat the world. central heatlnjf, ft: atrcondltlonlnt-Italian tile
2 large
August 22. He was en- rangements. ish hall, Plant City, to honor elected recently. They are Mrs. a reception, September 1, bath.3 bedrooms. a 2 car Karate, 15x21"

route to Mexico. GOOD SIIEPIIERD the newly appointed pastor, Arthur Schrader Jr., president; from 4 to 6 p.m. in the school "The Changing Image"traces living room and an llxl*'
F'Tata33c3r Plans are now being readiedfor Cronin. All the development of the screened porch. The lot Is.hlO'
Father David B. Mrs. Thomas Beaumont, vice-
The abbot primate, a monkof cafetorium.All Full price is IIO.JOO,
Einsidelm Abbey, foundedin a reception to welcome the people in the community have president; Miss Elizabeth parishioners are expectedto European artist's image of with ".180 down.
School Sisters of Notre Dame been invited to greet Father Nathe, secretary; and Mrs. Christ, of religious figures and Directions: Drive to tint ATe.
Switzerland in 934, was join members of the lay or- Pass-a-Grtlle Beach turn LEFTk
St. Petersburg elected from among the Abbotsof who have come from Baltimoreto Cronin. Florian Gude, treasurer. ganizations during the after- of secular figures during these Cross bridge turn left at
staff Good Shepherd School. first street bridge no 4
periods. over
several Benedictine Congre- The St. Clement Altar Society Plans are now underway to noon to meet Father Linnehan. ,
4645 9th Street, North The event will be held Sun- blocks to HKRMOS1TA: DRIVE
gations. officers and members are ,establish local chapters of the Refreshments are planned by turn LEFT to 36LT.
September 1, from 3 to 5p.m.
day, in charge of hospitality.Since association in other cities. It the societies.
In the parish social hall. Flowers for Every OccasionInmanss :
ENJOY AUTOMATIC MaitlandST. deanery Council of was also announced that a FRANK HURLEY
Parents and friends have been
Catholic Women have plannedthe scholarship, sponsored by mem- DCCW Plans FlowersBonded
MAGDALENA
"KeepFilled"DELIVERY MARY invited to attend and meet INC
West Coast DCCW fall bers of the association, will be Florist
white elephant sale will be Mother Mercita, principal; Sister REALTORS 3&1-1511
board meeting in Plant City, given this year to worthy Fall Delivery 6th st
MeetingsFor Telegraph
held in Maitland the latter partof Dolora, Sister Michael rASSAJRILLB BEACH
Phone: the local Altar Society has co- student. 3931 Central Ave. 862-3661 OFFICE OPEN SUNDAYS
Marie and Sister Christine.
October. Members of the StMary
operated with plans. It was Deaneries
St. Pete 878-1111 I
Magdalen Altar Societyare Refreshments' will be served.Mrs. .
said here this week that Mrs.
Clearwater-446.8314 sponsoring the event. Charles J. Hay, Women's Frederick Schmidt of St. Church Secure EAU GALL1E Preparations

Articles are now being collected Guild vice-president, is 1 n Petersburg, deanery president, LIJ7TTA: (XC) -Malta's are now underway for fall n.

for the sale. Informationmay charge of arrangements. would conduct the board meet- premier Giorgio Borg Olivier deanery meetings of the Dioc-

be obtained by calling The Good Shepherd parish ing. has asserted that this longtime esan Council of Catholic Women -

OLDEST and LARGESTIN Mrs. Elizabeth Coolidge, picnic at Camp San Pedro, meet British island territory will Mrs. Joseph Schoebert Il
Board members will in
PINELLAS TE 85371. Maitland, will be an event of preserve the( privileged ppsition ..DCCW 'presIdent, has an-

Monday, Labor Day, from 10 Plant City's "Tampa Electriq:::'pf'the Roman"Catholic Church nounced. -"* .-'', ,
Leisure House" on West OPF\ SAT
TERMITES SWARMING ? a.m. to G p.m. Families are expected :when\ it becomes independent Members are urged now to 6tolN00N
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I Haines Street, September 19,
TUB AX HONtsT IFLSL CALL picnic lunches. Cold drinks from 10:30: a.m. until noon Phone ST. PETERSBURG TlECH
Borg Olivier addressed a ings in their respective deaneries 75th A".. A Golf Hlvd TRCST
( } Weile & fPesl @oiz rot will be available. Concessionsand large crowd here on returningthis The schedule is as follows 360-3581: : Tour Account Inland by F.D.I.C. ftERVICH

games will be programmedfor St. PetersburgCDA month from the London : .-

PAUL! G. rilIM.II' Preuldent children and adults. r.conference at:which.Maltese.in- St. 'Augusline:Deanery, October -
SERVING riXELIWVS COUNTT OVER 25 TEAKS Members of other area par depen ce-was agreed on.". 8; Tallahassee' ; Southwest e For Clubs
1621 Falrfleld Are. So. 8t. Petersburg Telephone 662-!126 ishes are invited to join with Members of the Catholic e
its
"Our country and religion Coast Deanery, October 16, o o
Good Shepherd parishioners at Daughters of America, Court have been bound together for Bradenton; West Coast Dean- For Holy Name

this picnic. They may call Sancta Maria No. 952, will re- centuries," he said, "and we ery, October 17, Dunedin; Or- Breakfast

Cost Free Check- Mrs. Mary Nicholson, Women's sume fall activities at a meet- will always be like that. Vir- lando Central Deanery, October

Guild president, at CR 7-4707, tually all of Malta's 330000. 22 ,DeLanoV... .
for further details. ing to be held on Thursday, r': ".* ,..-. .... -. -. ....-- ChurchGatherings ,
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NATIONAL 1Lb.I. Available annual tea sponsoredby The meeting is scheduled for

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I D. Kittler Augustine Deanery president well attended by parish Holy

TT was only practical that laymen should do in the missions the same kind of work they Herbert A. Wisham, Name officers and spiritual di

did at home. Thus when Elizabeth Reid, Australian journalist, finished her train- \\\4L\ held a meeting of his deanery rectors.

ing it was only practical that she should be assigned to journalism work in the mis- cfl4: officers on Monday, July 29th The seminar was of special
benefit to the parish Holy
Kong.sions. She was assigned to "The Sunday Examiner," the Catholic weekly in Hong at St. Pau1'sParish in Jack* .. S :Name officers and helped themto

Hong Kong over the years. able to meet all the country's sonville. In addition become better acquaintedwith
When In 1948! she entered
One goal of the lay apo s needs and then the G h a n a ; their duties and respon-
the newspaper office and in. to many
blair is to demonstrate the< women will take their own missionary sibilities and it is bound to
troduced herself, she was greeted other Important .,
Church's concern for the place in the Church.In have strengthened and bene-
with: "Good afternoon Miss mattersdiscussed
Reid. We're glad to have you welfare of all people thl'ollhdIP : a year, Elizabeth H e i d : / 4 __ fited the parish Holy Name Societies

ud"ork of the Jay" was traveling again this timeto whose representativeswere
__
here. The deadline is five ..__0 plans were
missionaries.The Tanganyika, where the ? in attendance.The .
for
o'clock tomorrow. Elizabeth completed *
people} are drawn to tht:r White Fathers had opened the p:4j4wiiPI the seminar! Eighth Quadrennial
Reid went to work.
laymen in gratitude and friend. social training center for the Sun-1 Convention of Holy Name
She has been going to work held on
ship.-and then they are draw l L purpose of training leaders forl Dan >au&hloa Men of North America was a
for the missions in various day, August
to the Church. When Elizabet L i the newly independent coun- DU rr... tremendous success in Buffalo -
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parts of the world ever since. 18 at Assump-
Reid left Hong Kong in 193. try. LITERATURE DISPLAYED FOR ORLANDO FISHERS tion School Auditorium i n New York.
But in the missions a layman
must do more than only she left behind an army oj r: The students studied econom Orlando area fishers look over literature displayed for them during a two-week Jacksonville. This wonderful As most everyone knows. It

godchildren-converts, many oj r r ics, ethics and the organizing offered Good Wednesday, August
his Job. So it was with Elizabeth Confraternity of Christian Doctrine training course being at Shepherd Seminar was a credit to our began
them older than she, men an I I 1 of cooperatives and credit 21st and concluded on Sunday,
end 31.WorthWhile
Reid. Thousands of Chinese School in Orlando. The special catechetical courses Saturday, August deanery president, and was
women who saw in her th unions. They also had to learn August 25th with a massive
refugees were swarminginto .
Hong Kong. They needed kind of Catholic the Churc 1 L i how to express their convic- Father John A. O'Br.ten parade of approximately

can produce the kind of Catholic tions in speeches and writings,, 100,000 marching Holy Name
places to live, they needed jobs, Books
they wanted themselveand ;;;i how to be directors of com men. The parade In downtown
they needed medical care, food
their children to become. munity movements, how to Inquiry Class Points Way Buffalo began at noon with
and clothes. Elizabeth Reid This Hit .f Catholle book. released recently wee prepared by I
helped meet these needs, not From Hong Kong, Elizabet]I I i lead and all this they learned the Library ef the CatholU Unt er.ity of America.VICO I snappy drill units, magnificentbands

Reid went to New York, wher i from Elizabeth Reid. and beautiful floats.
only through the newspaperbut GIOVANNI B. The Original work for beginner To Truth for College Man
the she served for over three year:s When last heard from, Many of the Holy Name del-
especially through personal Autobiography. (Great Seal comprising lessons:
,
grammar
with the economic and socia 1 L Elizabeth: Held was traveling egates were accompanied by
contacts she acquired in Books Ithaca, New York. $1.93, and various selections. Lord commanded all His followers to beitnesses
council of the United Nations:p, again, this time to Vietnamto OUR their wives and children who

planning ways to help the destitute i. organize another training,: paper). Slightly revised reprint WOOD, KATHARINE M Him. Reflecting the i lind of Christ, Pope Pius XII were entertained royally,

Writer ConvincesSelf of the world then carrying '. center. of the 1944 translationfrom Angels of God. (Kenedy. $2.93); requested all Catholics to be thanks to the kind and gracious
the Italian.VITTENGL World at every turn. I contacted -
out those plans. In 19G I p She once said: Highly illustrated account of missionaries."The hospitality of the local Holy

she was back in the missio 1. "Only recently have we who MORGAN: J. angels for children 7 to 10. missionary spirit and the chaplain of the Name men.
Joins Work .-\Around Hong Kong. (Dodd, Catholic students, and we had
field herself, this time in a distinctly ;. were born in Christian countries YZERMANS, FATHER VINCENT the Catholic spirit," Pope Pius Mr. Austin S. Murphy, chair-
of several long friendly discus-
Mead. $3.50). A collection
HARTFORD (NO When missionary way. begun to understand the A. Death and Kevurrec said, "are one and the same man of the program committeedid
130 half-tone photographs of sions. I found that I was always -
Robert L. Ferreira of the Catholic The purpose of the mission!" apostolate and what it meansto tion. (Liturgical Press. $2). thing One is not genuinely an outstanding job of
the city which has become a coming out on the short
Transcript, archdiocesan branch of the Church Is to i fully live a Christian life. :Meditations on Holy Wee interested i nand ,. planning and executing an
haven for refugees from < .
newspaper, was assigned to put itself, ) out of business by We must share this knowledgewith major Red China. from the Church Fathers with devotedto P end.I was now determined to get excellent program. Mr. Kevin

interview a visiting Bishop producing a local clergy anda mission countries if the additional readings from the the Church :.- Kennedy, president of the
WAKIN, EDWARD. A Lonely the whole story, so I attended
here last spring. he didn't realize local Catholic life which people are to develop as com Bible. unless one is Union of Holy Name Societies
Iorrow.1.50)). the inquiry class conducted
Minority. (
that it would lead withina will make missionaries unnecessary plete Christians. College ZUZIC, MARKO. A ShortHistory interested i n .t Priest. of the diocese of Buffalo was
A modern account of Egypt'sCopts ; alternately by the two
few months to an entirelynew while at the same trained teachers, nurses, engineers of Saint John in and devoted to untiring and most generous In
a Catholic minority of chaplains. About 20 others,
way of life a long way time making the Church journalists, etc., are 4,000,000 people. Kphesus.;. (Fresno, California. Its universality mostly students, we rein at. his successful efforts to make

from Connecticut.The truly universal.In very much in demand. But sod Academy Library Guild. $2.50)). ; that is, to a tendance. non-Cath. our stay a thoroughly enjoy
Many were
Ti'iting prelate was' Ghana, Elizabeth Rei I are skilled high school graduates WEISS, PAUL. Religion: and History of the first and great its taking root olics like who able one.
myself, we r e
UniversityPress.
Bishop I Paul I* Hagarty trained young African wome:[1 who are good secretaries Art. (Marquette est metropolis in Asia and a and flourish- I coming with the Catholics they There were many inspiringand
;
$2.50)). The 1963 "Aquinas
O.8.B., of Nassau! in the Ba. who had Joined the course Ii][1 or mechanics, for instance. significant city in early Chris- In g everywhere were dating.It effective speakers at the

hama Islands, British West! the desire to serve the Churc!] t Elizabeth Reid wrote a book lectures. tianity. on earth." Unless a Catholic was an Ideal set-up. There convention sessions.

Indira!!, who came here to in their own country as won l. called "I belong Where I'm WHEELOCK, FREDERICM. strives to share his Faith, free One of the biggest thrills for
was no pressure: one was
arsht I local Bishops with con en like Elizabeth Reid w e ri I e Needed." The Church could Latin, An Introductory ListedLOS he isn't worthy to be called a to drop out at any time. But some of our Florida group was

firmations. doing throughout the world. Ii][1 L well use thousands more like Course Based on Ancient Au Topics Catholic. our visit to Niagara Falls.
none wanted to do so, because
Talking to Bishop Hagarty, time, the Ghana center will b e her who feel the same way. thors. (Barnes & Noble. $2.50)). ANGELES (NC) -The Hut you may ask, *4IIo* the lectures were so interesting Every Holy Name man In

Mr. Ferreira was Impressed by -- sociology of religion, popula- can I share my Faith?" and informative.After the Diocese of St Augustine

the huge task ,confronting the t tion, and delinquency were You can do this by living each lecture the would have been pleased and

Church in the missionary workin some of the topics discussed at your religion and thus demonstrating Priest answered questions.! proud to have attended the

the 25th annual convention ol its powerful help in special award luncheon on
the Bahamas and with the Those lectures and the ensuing
need for lay volunteers to assist the American Catholic Sociolo- living an upright life. Supplement discussion! brought out Thursday, August 22nd at

the hard pressed Priests gical Society at Loyola Univer- your good example 1 bp clearly the divine characterof which time our beloved immediate -

and Religious. Back In the sity here from August 23 to 25. telling a non-Catholic friend the Catholic religion.It ; past president, William

convention wonderful Faith D. Noble, was inducted into anew
Transcript newsroom, as he Speakers at the about your embodies all the truths revealed -

wrote the story, he got the include Father Robert J. Mc- give him a copy of the paperback by Christ, who foundedthe honor society, the Medallion

idea that perhaps he could Namara S J., Fordham University "Why I Became a Cath Catholic Church and authorized Circle of the Holy Name

help. New York, "Moral Valueson olic" (University of Not it to the society. Those of us who had

This month, Mr. Ferreira, his Two Catholic and Two Non- Dame Press, 25 cents), and Church and promised govern to abide< the: honor of witnessing the Inauguration

sectarian Campuses A Comparative bring him to an inquiry class of this new society
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wife, Karen, and their two children with the Church until the end
Study" Father Andrew for instruction.The were extremely gratified and
Danny, 2, and Erica, 9 ; of time.
of author fruitfulness of these were so proud of our Bill.
Greeley Chicago,
months old, go to the Island of Father celebrated a "'dry"1lass.
Grand Bahama, where they i. of numerous books and simple methods is illustrated
,'. and this enabled us to understand Successor NamedCASTKLGAXIIOLFO
-;'" articles the Church in contemporary in the conversion of Eugene
will live In the town of Free- on the symbolism of the
America, "The Protestant Michael Miller of South Lyon, (\O-
l>ort. Mrs. Ferreira, a registerednurse ceremonies and to participate
will work at the mission Ethic: Time for a Mora- Michigan, now in the law Intelligently in them. Pope Paul VI has; named

clinic there. : torium": ; and Catherine M. school at Notre Dame. He relates auxiliary Bishop Giovanni Colombo -
LrTL At the end of the class I was
Mr. Ferreira's- assignmentis < Murphy, Marymount College, the events that guide baptized and made my first of Milan\ to be his successor -

not yet definite, but he expects Tarrytown, New York, "The him in this account: Holy Communion with Kay as Archbishop of Milan.

to teach. Before joiningthe intelligence Factor in the Criminality I was reared a Presbyterian kneeling at my side. It was a The 60-year-old-prelate,

Transcript he was a high .- -. _- -- -- ---- of Women." and planned to become a min.; red-letter day in my life. Nevercan named on August 14 to an

school English teacher in his AT 81ST ANNUAL K OF C CONVENTION ister. For this reason I too k I sufficiently thank those archdiocese which traditionally

Massachusetts. MILWAUKEE-More: than courses in philosophy history brings with it the cardinalate,
native who guided me into Christ'strue
1300 persons attended the an,:Pilgrimage in PolandBlocked and the Bible at the University Church. was born at Caronno In the

nual states dinner held in Milwaukee of Michigan. After a couple] archdiocese of Milan December

SCHOOLS during the 81st an years I transferred to Easter 6, 1902.

nual convention of the Knight by Communists Michigan University at Yps. On 80th Birthday Archbishop Colombo madeall

of Columbus. Shown at th< lanti. There one of my classmates VATICAN CITY (NC)-Pope his Priesthood studies In

head table are Bishop Willian\ BERLIN (NC) An estimated 100,000 pilgrims 1 I was Kathleen :Mari Paul VI has sent a letter of Milan's diocesan seminaries.

SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMYSAINT J. Smith of Pembroke Ontario' traveled to Poland's national Marian shrine at Czestochowa Koval of Grand Haven. congratulations! to Fernando After his ordination on Moy 25,

AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA Supreme Advocate Harold J[ for the feast of the Assumption despite an organized effort We began to date and I soon Cardinal Cento, grand peniten- D26, he taught In the diocesan

Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades accredited 7-12 Lamboley, who presided; Bish: on the part of the communist regime to deter them. discovered Kay to be a devout. tiary, on his 80th birthday. seminary.JACKSONVillE.
Academic and commercial courses Fully on Charles P._ Greco of Alex Catholic who lived her religion
Cardinal Cento heads the
Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor Stefan Cardinal WyszynskiPrimate ,
Music Art -
certificates. It was reported. but also
andria, Louisiana Supreme not only on Sundays
further particulars address: Sister Directress of Poland, who offered Sacred Apostolic Penitentiary,
Chaplain; Archbishop William however, that the police turned on weekdays. Protestants easily
Church whose
Mass at the Czestochowa shrine high court jurisdiction -
E. Cousins of Milwaukee and hack some whose document shift from one denomination
of Our Lady Queen of Poland, includes such mattersas RD"AWOODCKLZCOLL
ACADEMYJENSEN Supreme Knight Luke E. Hart. were in order. to another, but Kay explainedthat
SAINT JOSEPH absolutions and dispensations
said in his sermon: that some -
Pope Paul VI sent a message Cardinalszynski told the it would be almost Inconceivable
of conscience and
BEACH pilgrims suffered their own cases
.. to the l"On"tl1ti01In throng gathered for the Assumption for a well-Instructed
ah F..I."lh.
through : indulgences.
Kfklilent and day .dlo.1 for Itlrb-er.d. "way of the cross" tog e t
(round. In a hilly and pMurmqu rrclon. I.-rge wimiulnj pool.TcnnU which he praised theeal, Mass at theIarian Catholic to change his religion. The Pope's letter said:
and dramatic there.It .
court Other .port fariltttrt. Mutir. rt danrlnr and industry of the ancient She encouraged me to look
generosity shrine, situated in :
Saint' 'or farther Informatloa "We that, constantly
Conducted by the SUtcr of Joseph. learned here that the pray
apply to: Sinter Directreti, Saint Jooeph Academy Jensen Beach. the Knights of Columbus in was monastery of Jasna Gora, that into the Catholic religion to stronger In faith, comfortedby
seized
the service of the Church." Polish government on the government indeed has the see for myself! its divine hope and diligent In the SftdtLlO
the of a smallpox oUtbreak -
In an address to those attending pretext right to restrict travel when clia tact er. service of charity STEAKS
you may
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES the convention dinner, in southwestern Polandto < the public health demands it. In my classes in history the continue to live a long and ac- Foot .f Reaver 8t. Tladocl
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block the u a .
to ann El. .se
try ,
Archbishop Cousins said the But he also asserted that the Catholic Church had loomed .
tire life that the
wordsof
for Grades to twelve. Fully the so holy
Resident and day school girls. one pilgrimage of the feast of >
strength of the Knights of Columbus egirne forgets that "it doc up large through the centuries, the Psalmist
and apply to
general may
accredited. Program includes college Seven smallpox:
preparatory
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lies "in the personal] influencing the thought and
not have the right to prohibit '
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"You are called upon to promote solidarity," and called them gracious God' (Psalms 58, 18)."

ACADEMY the cause of Christ," he pilgrimages. "disciplined citizens who do I
ROSARIAN
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buildings. All imports, music, art, dramatics. Directed bySisters Faith and to make ;yourself on ordinary tourist of some of those who journeyed SUNDAY, September 1 _
address Registrar, another Christ. travel and interpreted the 13th Sunday after 1'cntecost -
of St. Dominic. For catalog : to Czestochowa, the Cardinal RELIABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICEDruy.
ROSAKIAX ACADEMY, VEST PALM BEACH "You must recognize the demands anti-pilgrimage rulings a s said: (Mass of Sunday, Gloria, CMmetic. Clcmr mod Camera Department

and you cannot fail to merely a phase of the communist Creed, Preface of Trinity). Free Pickup and DeliverLanehe.a and g.d. Bar
There were even those 2032 BUndinr Bird. Er 8-07I4. 8- 7JJ
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who dared to lift their
rest on the laurels you have against the Church. UI St. Stephen. (Mass of a Con. D. Q. EASTERLING. OwBer-Mmn trMARYMOUNT
CHRISTIANS hands against and made
MARY HELP OF you
accumulated but take time now Consequently, instead o f fe %or not a Bishop, Gloria,
you suffer morally. This is
for a new look at self and work traveling as pilgrims in organ Common Preface).
a violation of international
SCHOOLResident and evaluate it." ized groups, Poles went to TUESDAY, September 3
I..w.11 people abhor -
In elections to the board of Czestochowa as Individual 1 persetioti. St. Pius X. (Mass of One 01

school for boys grades 5 through 9. Located on directors, Supreme Knight tourists. Police roadblock I More Supreme Pontiffs,

beautiful East Lale Tampa. Ample facilities. Enriched academic Hart and five others were were set up at the approachesto "We often wonder," he said< Gloria, Common Preface). _

curriculum. Extensive music and sports programs. unanimously reelected. The the city and the incoming in this connection, 'how pec- WE IJ X 1-:''';IJ.1", September In Boca Raton, Florida

Write for descriptive catalog. others are: Francis Fauteux of "tourists" had to show both pie brought up in our country (Mass' of preceding Sunday,

REV. FATHER DIRECTORP. Montreal; Charles J. Morgan of identity cards and vaccination Christian civilization can a
Chicago; Henry J. Kondrat of torment those of their brother THURSDAY September. :;

O. Box H, Tampa 5, Florida Cleveland; Wilfred T. Connelly who are believers." St. Lawrence Justinian i ,.
Bible Translations FOR
of Detroit and Emmett Burke Cardinal Wyszynski said that (Mas of a Confes'-or.Rkiiop., WOMEN

of Yonkers, New York. XK\V YOKKC) The because of the continuing pressure Gloria, Common Preface).

Newly elected to the board Bible is still the worlds most of the regime, the Churcl FRIDAY, September 6 Medical

HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN by a unanimous vote "as translated work, according to is having difficulty both i n l (Max. of preceding Sunday,, Secretarial

Virgil: C. Dechant of LaCrosse "Index Translationum," an international operating its seminaries and ii I Common Preface). Legal

ANTONIOConducted Kansas. bibliography. pub- giving religious instruction ii, SATURDAY. September 7 Science

by the Benedictine Sisters The Supreme Officer, to lished here by the United Nations church buildings. (Mass of the Blessed Virgin Engineering

Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through serve for a one-year term, will educational, scientific and Urging parents to make sun for Saturday, Gloria, Prefaceof

twelve Academic and commercial courses and private be elected at the October meet cultural organization that children in government the Blessed Virgin).

classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with ing of the board in New York (UNESCO). conducted summer camps be, JUXDAY, September 8

private lake in a healthful location provides opportunityfor The Bible was translated 246 able to attend Mass, he declared 14th Sunday after Pentecost a Liberal Arts background

all sports. City.Mr.. Hart announced that the times during 1961, a slight drop : (Mass of Sunday, Gloria, 2nd Cidjcted by fl. l.flgoes

FUL1A .\CCltF.DITF.UFor 82nd annual convention of the from the 258 translations printed "If a citizen does not demand .. prayer of Nativity of the tile Sacred I4ea4

further information address Supreme Council will be held In 19CO, the bibliographystates. his rights, he is no longer. Blessed Virgin Mary, Creed, : ,

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I. Cat'hol Comment Frank J. SheedChrist : God Knows if we Sin by. Full Consent I


Intercedes for All WHEN Is a sin mortal? cannot commit a sin through rate ourselves as mentally and

seems an easy ques- ignorance (unless the igno- emotionally sound, may be affected

of Mass tion to answer. We still can rance is self-willed) or through to a lesser extent by
In Sacrifice
I Daily remember the catechism lesson forgetfulness or in a semi- biases of which we may be

So your Child is Off to CollegeIN Calvary Christ said, "It is finished. Then why do in which -__ conscious state. unaware.
ON we learnedthat We cannot offend God without Our will doe not operate
have the sacrifice of the Mass? Wasn't the one
N the next few weeks many Catholic studies and are in a unique position to understand a sin is knowing that we are of- in a vacuum. It Is a facultyof
sacrifice of
students now graduated from high and counsel the university stu Calvary enough? mortal if, in a fending Him. Even though we the soul, but it must work
This is another of those which most
questions particularly -
school will be off to college. University life dent. grave matter, may feel vaguely guilty if we in and through the complete
must not be rushed. We are not inadvertently eat meat on Fri- human which is
organism
disobeyGod ,
is hectic we
a experience for our youth. The Understandably the individual student
simply out to answer the objection as assures us that
with a full day, good sense man.
distance from home, the accelerated tempoof himself must exercise self-discipline in the ,
stated, so that the objector won't ask that knowledge f there has been no sin.
o Whatever hidden flaws there
higher studies, the sheer physical and matter of religious observance. The Cath- ft
one again! We want to win him to see that what we It Is when we come to the
be in our personality, our
numerical size of the schools, and the increased olic training and education that he received arel the lii" may
"full
consent of
in the Mass we have something very won- doing and w will has to do the best it can
freedom and demand for in home and school will stand I
personal now
requisite for mortal sin, that
derful. He may not be able to accept it, full consent of I L within the sometimes unfa'or.able -
responsibility all have to be adjusted to. him in good stead when he is his
on
own. will. The we find ourselves dealing
our which it
but at least we can bring him to see what conditions In
Naturally also It is that the 0'
many parents are worried hoped maturing influence of the Mass means to us, so.that he will never dei initionFather "W' with imponderahles. finds itself.
about the religious life of their children. college will also realizationthat There factors
bring a deep are so many
again be tempted to speak of it without What is the point of all this?
The state schools are not religiously ori his Faith must deepen and broadento Leo J. Treseseems which can interfere with our
respect To the immediate question, the The point is that God and only
ented. Students will undoubtedly run into keep pace with his increased secular freedom of choice and whichcan
know all the
.. key i is "It is finished., Consummatum est. simple enough. Yet, in God. can pressures -
-- -- --------- -- diminish responsibility.
other students or professors who will not knowledge. He should avail himself of the ---J our and their strength -
-
one of the seven last words our Lord uttered on the cross. applying it, we do meet with Fear worry tension, passion,
be
sympathetic to their own Catholic con- aids offered by the Catholic Center to which are involved In any particular
Salvation is not wholesale. difficulties. The "grave mat.ter" but few
are a
victions.It grow in the knowledge of his holy religion.But more adds to Calvary than does fatigue-these act of the will.
Each one of us has to be saved element is the least of of the variables which can and
is the recognition of the dangers that more than this, he must be mature individually-as a member of Our Lord's presenting of Him- our difficulties.The do influence the will. For This fact has two corollaries.

may befall a student on a secular campus enough to see that the pursuit of perfec- the race certainly, but as him- self In heaven. In their differ- theologians of the example, a person who is tired One is that the person of good

that has prompted the Diocese of St. tion and the preservation of his Faith will self too, the particular mem- ent ways each attests what the full- Church reasoning! from the and tense is not as responsiblefor will, who is honestly trying his
the of
of
Augustine to build and staff Catholic Stu- for the most part depend on the practiceof ber he is. Each one must make done ness on Calvary.On power. was principle of natural and an outburst of anger as is best to do what God asks, never

that Faith. his own personal choice, each divine law, identify for us the person who is rested and should grow discouraged if his
dent Centers for the use of its students.At Calvary something was is slow if at times
or
With the coming of the school year it one must be helped to make it those! acts or negligences relaxed. progress

the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, in the would be well for parents to acquaint and abide in it. indeed brought to completion. which unquestionably are In addition to the "normal" he seems to fail.

confessional, in conference with the Priest- themselves and their college-bound chil- There are all sorts of helps Christ had made an offeringto grave from God's point of hazards to full freedom of GodV h 0 searches our

chaplain, the student should never feel dren with the Catholic facilities at the -the Acts and the Epistles of His Father in heaven which view. choice, there also are the abnormal -hearts, knows how hard we are

estranged or cut off from the life that he university or college of their choice. The the New Testament are filled could expiate totally outweigh Thus, it is a grave matter to condition of mind and trying. He knows, even if we

knew at home. The Priests themselves at preservation and practice of religion is far with them-baptism and the human sin; so doing He had take unjustly the life of an emotions which modern psychology ourselves do not every psy-

the Centers are often in other sacraments, true teach. healed the breach between the other or to doh i m serious has uncovered. Compulsions chological and emotional handicap -
engaged graduate too precious a thing to be left to chance.
ing, prayers, sufferings offeredto human race and God and had physical harm. It is a grave phobias, complexes, which our will has to sur

God. opened heaven to the membersof matter to deny another his and subconscious feelings of mount.

But behind all, giving effectiveness the race. rights as a human being. It is many kinds can make difficultand As long as we keep trying,

Father John J. Castelot to all, is Christin To that work nothing could a grave matter to ruin an- ( at times impossible) the we' never need doubt our ultimate .

I heaven Interceding.In ever be added; He had broughta other's reputation. It is a grave free exercise of the will. Aictory.

the last book of the Biblewe totally new situation totally matter to indulge the sexual Obvious examples are the The second corollary Is that

I Disaster Generates Sonq of HODe are shown vividly in what into being so that it must abide urge outside the limits of law gluttony of the compulsiveeater we dare not Judge the moral

that intercession consists. We forever. of neighbor. He
ful marriage. or drinker; the thievingof status our may

MANY of the psalms ex. The glorious temple of Solo out of the pages of world his- see Christ in heaven "standingas What then remained to be These and dozens of other the kleptomaniac; the Mass- have perpetrated some act

i the! religious sentiments ., mon had been stripped of all a lamb slain" (Apocalypse done? Did anything remain? moral failures have been plainly missing of the person with a which is, viewed objectively

of Individual Israelites,, Its rich furniture and sacred tory.But Psalm 43, far from 5,6)). He is not lying dead, but Could anything remain? Ask tagged as grave. fear of crowds; the promiscuity mortally sinful.

but. there. are many, too, which. vessels and all that remainednow being a tortured groan of standing: He has conquered your questioner to think this No, it is not the "grave mat- of the girl who was deprived Perhaps we may say "It Isa

give voice! to was a mass of gray, utter defeat, is a bright songof death. Death has no more do- out carefully. ter" which poses the real difficulty of love as a child. sinful deed which he did," but

the sentimentsof smouldering rubble. confident hope. minion over Him. There is one way to put in interpreting mortal These are some of the more never can we say, "He committed

the whole When the shock had worn The people are puzzled yes He stands before His Father the matter beyond doubt- sin. Neither is it the elementof extreme examples 0 f the a mortal sin." For that

nation. Psalm off a bit, the more thoughtful but they refuse to i believe: that with the marks of His slayingstill namely to concentrate on the "full knowledge." stresses to which the will may judgment, only God is compe-

43 is an example \ survivors tried to assess the God would have brought them upon Him, presenting One who did what was doneon It is plain enough that we be subjected. But even we who tent.
of the situation. Himself as a perpetual reminder the One who said
this far, and so marvelously, Calvary,
latter. Israel Guided by the teaching of of the sacrifice which He "It Is finished."
only to consign them to Ignominious Father John B. Sheerin
has Just the prophets offered for Calvaryand
experienced especially Jer- men on
oblivion. What Is He doing now? We
emia and Ezechiel, they realized which In the Resurrectionand
a.. The basis of their hope Is know He ascended into heaven.In I ITHE
crushing disaster that the disaster had the Ascension His Father
the extraordinary favor shown New Book Choices Sifted
and- cries *een a well deserved' punishment accepted.Be the Epistle to the He- Library
them by God in the past. They brews we get the substance of
out to its God in its anguishand for the general apostasyof sure that your questionerIs
confusion. It is difficult to the nation. recall the glories of the Exodus following you closely in all the answer; "He has entered advisory committee It seems to me that theology the Second Vatican Council butI

say with absolute certainty On the other hand, they and of the amazing conquest of this. If he is, then he Is In a heaven itself, where He now worked along with Dr. was also excluded. suppose the first topic would

precisely what this disasterwas were conscious of the fact that Canaan. What greater proof position to see what the Mass appears in God's sight on our James Babb to select "a work- The advisory committee apparently -be excluded because the Council -

; there were several of them not all of them had been could they have of God's love means to us. behalf" ((9,24)). And what is ing library for the present were urged to observethe is "foreign" (with head

during the long history of equally guilty. Indeed manyof for them or of His plans for In heaven Christ presents He doing there on our behalf? President and proprieties by including a quarters In Geneva) and the

God's people. But the terms of them had been quite inno- them? Himself once slain, now for- "Living on to make Interces- all the Presi- list of books under the categoryof second topic might give undue

the psalm seem to point to the cent. And yet all had suffered. In the second; stanza ((10-17) ever living, to His Father. At sion for us" ((7,25)). dents to come" "Religion" but warned publicity to Journalists who

fall of Jerusalem in 587 B. C. They knew, too, that God they contrast the marvels of the Mass the same Christ, So that what was completedon faced a difficult against naming books on theol. have written about it.

In that fateful year the had chosen their nation to playa the past with the misery of really present on the altar under Calvary did not mean there task. No ogy. If the President of the I was pleasantly surprised

Babylonians crashed throughthe vital role in. the history of the present. And in the third the appearances of bread was nothing more to be done. list of best United States needs a bodyguard to find Walter Elliott's "Life

walls of the salvation. .'. they ask the eternal "Wh}'?" and wine, is offered tot h e What was won for the race books will ever to shield him from as- of Father Ilecker" on the

stout Holy, It was this consciousness of It may be perfectly true that same Heavenly Father by a upon Calvary still has to be please every- sassins, he should also be list.

City and wrought savage vengeance their religious destiny, of their most of their compatriots had Priest who acts by order of applied to each member of body. Taste in + [' shielded from the perils of It is a recognition of the Importance -

on the emaciated defenders divine election which saved shut God out of their lives and Christ and in the power Christis the raee. literature for Iinstance theology.So of the Paullst founderin

who had held them them from complete extinction. had offended Him grievouslyand giving Him. Christ was not establishing is the category titled "Reli the religious history of

off for so long. They drove From a natural point of view, repeatedly. But they who The questioner will see whywe machinery, as Francis Thompson such a per- gion" lists books about Church America. But on further con

thousands of them into cap. there was cause for nothingbut now cry to Him are really cannot help seeing heaven phrases it, "to pack and sonal affair history and religious sociology, sideration, I began to wonder

tivity in Babylon and put the complete despair, a despairto quite innocent and "He who breaking through to our altarsat label men for God and save that you can start a scrap any books of biography and Bibles why this work on Father

city to the torch. which the ten northern can read the secrets of men's every Mass. The Mass no them by the barrel load." time by remarking 'The but theological titles are conspicuously Hecker was chosen rather than

When the smoke had tribes had succumbed a cen- hearts is surely aware of this. House of Seven Gables' is the absent. As far as I later writings about him.

cleared, Jerusalem was a tury and a half before when Their prayer ends with an Washington Letter dullest book ever written" or can discover, only two works Pending the publication of
H. L. Mencken is "as irrelevant (by Richard Niebuhr) can be
shambles. the Assyrians had blotted them almost bold cry for mercy. Father Holden's second volume -
"
today as the goony bird. The properly called theological.
of his biography of Heck-
President's library was selectd The omission of theologicalworks
Red Di er, Elliott's work Is perhapsthe
ctatorMayl m poseOn however, to offend as few seems strange in viewof
only full length portrait of
.. persons as possible.No the fact that the Supreme
Father Michael V. Gannon
: the Paulist founder but It is
r Mission of Nombre De Dios U.S. Good Will by Visit Here works by living writersof Court has people said: whose"We are institutions a religious -- tendentious, inadequate and Incorrect

fiction or poetry, no foreign in some details.At .

WILL :Marshal Tito come to the United States this fall? works (except for a few clas- Being."presuppose It was Justice a Supreme Doug any rate we can rest assured

0 CjReat chapteRs in will he make it to Washington? Josip Broz Tito, sics), no detective stories 0 r las who wrote that statementsome that theology will not.

the communist dictator of Yugoslavia has long wanted to westerns were allowed. Per- years ago and even he be an Intruder Into the Presi.

be received in this countrv. __ dent's library.
., u would probably strike it out
----- the fear that
haps was foreign
and the UN, he will want to
cl.oinoa: catholic history Previous efforts to bring visit Washington. It has long works would rouse the ire of today if he had the opportunity. Our national security Is In

him here have met with resent- been understood that he would John Birchers, westerns-the (Cf. his opinion in the no danger for the President's

ment and rebuffs. A few years wrath of Indians; and detec. Bible-reading case in June.) books on Religion are true-
Chapter Ifl the heads of the recalcitrant in the world. The like to receive a state welcome
there
power
ago were those who allAmericantomes
tive stories-the displeasure of One would think that there blue, non-divisive
it seemed to savages had been, cruelly soldiers and admirals were resolved thought it would be here. and
ALTHOUGH a good the Federal Bureau of Inves might be a book about the on church history
foolIshness slaughtered for their pains. to do There was a proposal in 1956,
essence of something, not idea to bring Tito here and tigation. World Council: of Churches or religious sociology.
Spanish Priests and Florida was too important alone for reasons of pride, but show him a good time. You revived in 1957, that Tito be

lea- ptalns insisted on dream- however, to write off. Some because Florida still loomed don't hear so much from themat brought here as a visitor. In

Ing of a colony In Florida. True. plan had to work. Either that, large as ever 0 n navigators'maps this time, but the Red dictator 1956, a protest against a Tito Question BoxPurgatory

very effort to build permanently or Spanish military profes- as the strategic key to himself is keeping the visit was signed by 162 members -

had been repulsed by sionals would have to yield the the Gulf and Caribbean trade idea alive. of congress. Some law- I

the Indians. And Priests who palm to Florida's Indians as routes.A Governor Edmund G. (Pat) makers threatened to boycottany Doctrine Consoles/ Sinners

had tried heaping charity on being the foremost military permanent port and outpost Brown of California had a 40- appearance Tito might
make on Capitol Hill. Tito got whether It was about to explode
essential. minute Can tell if I
was meeting on August 19 Q. you me
mad at this and the idea Questions should be addressed sin will
was or not? Mortal
Other reasons, too, caused with Tito during a visit to Bel am wrong in telling my Box
to: Question ,
aside.In .
put cast into hell If it's there
RANGE BUT the Spanish to yearn after the grade. friend that her late husbanddid The Florida Catholic, P.O. you
1957 it that
was
proposed walk
when death comes. Why
The Governor said afterwards not straight to hea'enwhen
TRUE elusive Certain go
S peninsula. authorities Florida.was .
Uo3.)1:: Orlando,
Tito be brought here in October around with this constant risk
Little-Known Facts for in Cuba saw Floridaas that THe told him he he died, but first had
._ possessing unusual utilitarian thinks!' he will attend the when it was hoped Con to pass through purgatory? found by St. Helen, the when a good confession can end _
M. MURRAY Cbpjrtihl 1MX NCWC KmTHIS a. would not be in session.
By J. gress the danger Meanwhile, even
value. So many native United Nations general as. Do not all of us Iass through mother of Constantine, in the
Cuban women had married senihly session in New York But an offhand suggestion that purgatory before going to year 318. In an ancient accountof before you get to confession
Marshal Zhukov of Soviet Rus- make a very sincere act 0 f _
this fall. Land
Spanish soldiers, a Cuban male, heaven? a Holy pilgrimagecirca
also be Invited here for
one of the Bishops reported, Tito was also quoted as saying sia A. Purgatory is the place and ( 3S5)) a Spanish nun, contrition to the good God

"is lucky if he can get a wife he hoped to see President talks brought such a protest state of those who must suffer Aethena mentions its venera- whom you have offended.

SO years old." The suggestion, John F. Kennedy.At that both proposals: were aban- for a while after death on account tion on Good Friday in Jeru-

was therefore made by some a press conference last doned. of their venial sins or salem. Soon after parts were

on the island that Florida week President Kennedy was The protects! of Catholic the temporal punishment due sent all over the world. Todaythe

would be an excellent sourceof asked If h e, Prime Minister newspapers across" the country to their sins. If a person were largest relic is preservedin

Indian wives. Macmillan of Great Britain and which made strong to die without any sin and the Church of the Holy

Faced with Premier Khrushchev of Soviet cases against the Yugoslav without temporal punishmentdue Cross in Rome. Minute relics CatholiPnblUh
a growing number -
Russia would go to the UX Ked dictator, undoubtedlyhad for his sins, that person of the cross are In the posses-
of persistent and authoritative -
appeals like those above this fall to register the test much to do with thwart. would go straight to heaven. sion of many churches and In-
,
17? CMTURY JC5UIT HOUSE AT /i( I ISILLtRYNCA the Spanish king, Phillip II. de. ban treaty, if it is ratified by ing the two earlier proposal ls. Thus it is not necessarily so dividuals around the world. .d ...,? -rtd.,.

QUEBEC is &Eucvro 10 cided to promote another this country. lie was also Those who have wanted to that the woman's husband Relics of the Cross are not, as FLORmA CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc.
yet
BE THC OLDEST IM CANADA. ill' iI asked if he would confer there bring Tito here, and who have went to purgatory. is sometimes believed, in every P.O. Hoi 1331: GArdea S-SUI
voyage.To IS! East rUaUl Drl. _
with Macmillan and Khrush- defended the enormous finan- While purgatory is a consol Catholic Church. OrUada. Florida SZ8'J

pHER1.. th head the expedition the chev "and with other leaders cial aid given to communist ing doctrine for those of us The shape of the Cross hasbeen Subscription In U.S.A. and Canada
g iF
11 $1iJ oc' $t."
Viceroy of Mexico chos-e. DonTristan per year other countries
y' : AAL1O 11( I such as Marshal Tito." Yugoslavia, used to say that it who are still struggling againstsin : a matter of scholarly de Ji.W)

(.4t ie I.una"ellano, President Kennedy replied: was all worth-while if Tit and the tendency to sin, bate. More comm mly it is The Florida Catholic !. a memberof
I .
:o-un of the goivrnoiof Yucatan. "No, there has been no such could be kept from joining up nevertheless, we should always thought that it Is shaped as we I the Catholic Pre. Association

4' $Vs I U plan. It has been suggested thatI again with Moscow commu- keep in mind that heaven not see the crosses of today, due to :and Oflferenc the *.National News Catholic Service. Welfare Bogn.raad

1'I Six Dominican friars were might speak at the United nism, which had broken with purgatory is our goal in life. the fact that a placard pro- : Martin publishers' r pnsenta.

F appointed to accompany the Nations, but I know of no decision him.But Our life should be so spent claiming Jesus as King of the ,the.Mar 1.Entered It iJ.;; a at* second Orlando.clan Florida mail

undertaking and to ensure that that has been made on the day after Tito received -that when God calls us homewe Jews was put over His head 1 under the Act of March .. 1311.

the colonists followed the vice that." Governor Brown, he received may pass immediately from Matt.. 27, 37).

THE CROWNING roy's instructions to the party Tito is scheduled to visit Soviet Russia's Khrushchev this life Into heaven where we Q. I did not go to confession ElY

,f ;zf e4f1tt;;rm.s1 I GfA STATUE!OF THE not to antagonize the Indians Mexico and other Latin with such a blatant display will see God face to face. before Easter time end- Father \.Uc.., E. 8s Ub

coIfiltoR.s sce BLESSED VIRGIN but "to settle, and b y good American countries this fall. of good will that it seems Q. I would like to know ed. What should I do? Executive Editor

1 Ji ;A2Q'U Qd: aL'n & IS a RITE THAT MAY example, with good works and The Yugoslav embassy here certain Tito Is back in the Moscow something about the crosson A. If you are in mortal sin EdItors)'ark: Mitt A. llrllwlfJ I... QuUa

z'"" '7 O O LP4OY 6' BC CARRIED OUT ONLY with presents, to bring them to says it has "never heard of fold. As far as one can which J t"Sus"a cruci- by all means go to confessionat .*rph A, K..UrManager

71'r L4u& : BY SPfCiL.c4IMrc .1'tRM1S. 10" a knowledge of Our Holy Faith any pl.in for him to viit! judge from appearances we've fied. Was it ever found? your first chance. Would Ad".nlldJlc
OF THE: SJSHOP
and Catholic Truth." Cuba. given away a tremendous sum Where is it now? you walk around with a bombon

Xr.\t week: The Lauding But, If Tito gets to New York, of money for nothing. A. The Cross of Our Lord your person, not knowing Friday, August 30, 1963



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Patrick O'Connor The Florida Catholic, Friday, Aug. 30, 1963 Page Five

.

i At Liturgical Week

I Attack on Buddhists Seen :


_____
Session Told to Present

Caused by Both Sides' WrongsI TfT centric Theme


SAIGON (NC-The head-on collision between the Vietnamese government and

the militant Buddhists, toward which both sides have been moving for weeks, came
PHILADELPHIA (NC) -There are various ways to
soon after midnight on 21. President Ngo dinh Diem's
J August government sent troops
present the Catholic Faith, but to be valid all must be

to_ take the pagodas of the antigovernment groups by assault and arrest the bonzes. Christocentric, a Priest serving as seminary professor has

Explosions were heard and _
gans with special mention of made approach after approachfor said- 'nere.----
screams. There must have been iiI Ing among us-only then does
some casualties among the the president's sister.ln.law, reconciliation. The Bud. 1 ; : Addressing a study sessionat Christianity become a dynamic

Mrs. Xgo dinh Xhu. dhists responded with nonco- the 1963 North American
bonzes, but the government has thing-something to which we
This. like the smaller quieter operative and even hostile tac liturgical week, Father Wilfrid
released no figures. Apparentlyonly can give our whole Interest,
meeting in the same place a Dewan C.S.P., professor of
key pagodas serving as tics.The sympathy, and love," he con
week earlier looked like at St. Paul's
a government's approach dogmatic theology
centers of recent agitation by : tinued.
groups affiliated with the Intersect "dry run" a test and perhapsa might have had better resultsif ;I ; College, Washington, stated "Only when we can see how

p preliminary for larger more Mrs. Ngo dinh Nhu, speakingfrom > that Christ must be the center,
committee were targetsof we can be swept up into the
militant demonstrations.The the presidential palace the focal point, in the proper
the government action, life of God Himself, through
second event was the where her husband la the pres explanation of the Catholic
which was country-wide. Christ, can we begin to under.
release by Buddhists (August ident's closest adviser, had not Faith.
Preparations for this swoop stand and share in the joy of
20)) of a letter dated August 16 made bitter statements that Christ must be "the heart
must have been made, at least the early Christians, for whom
addressed to president Ngo exasperated many Christiansas of the message," he added. "
; conditionally, days and maybe Christ was their all, the
dinh Diem by the elderly bonze well as Buddhists. "We are coming to see," said
10 days ahead. Two events may Paulist asserted.The .
who is at least the titular headof Buddhist leaders were ex- Father Dewan, "that we have
have helped to precipitate it. Christian message must
the intersect committee and pecting a police raid some night for a long time overemphasized
One was a gathering held z.z.i' be seen as a whole, said Father -
throughout the day (August the general Buddhist associa recently. Hence It Is most likely some purely secondary thingsin Dewan.

tion. This letter was exag- they have made preparationseither our religion. Indulgences,
18)) outside the Xa Lol pagoda "The central truths must

here, headquarters of the Bud. gerated and offensive beyond to Insure the escape of ; ____ for example, got as much timeas he seen as central. The per.son .

anything yet written tot h e their key men or to have substitutes sanctifying grace And the
dhist intersect committee'scampaign. 'I life and activity of Christ
government and published by ready to take over. whole approach was too in-
The gathering was mutt dominate. It Is in accepting -
Buddhist leaders. It is unlikely that the government _tellectual, too philosophical.
obviously well organized. Held the total Christ that
The government's action has disposed of its
may "Christianity was treated as
without a police permit, it the message really begins to
blocked the street completelyfor have been motivated also by problems with these dissident if It could be proved like a mean something."And .

the entire day. its anxiety to silence and immobilize Buddhist groups by its recent syllogism, or like the proposition this demands loving

dissident Buddhists military action. L that two and two make
: Most of the crowd were students \ ] acceptance-acceptance by our
before the new American ambassador Meanwhile, the president has
four. We thought of It too muchas
boys and girls. They ., total beings, not just Intellect.
i
Henry Cabot Lodge, declared a state of siege \ series truths be in-
of
to
harangued saffron a Is 'the
were by a "'. v""" .,' If<... r This loving acceptance
: robed bonze whose speeches, arrived. throughout the country. Saigonis tellectually assented to and living faith' Scripture speaks
The midnight assault on the calm, though soldiers with HOLY FATHER WITH ALTAR BOYS digested," he declared. "
..
punctuated by clapping, laughter about, he continued.
and cheers, were obviously pagodas was the culmination of fixed bayonets are on duty at Pope Paul VI, at his first summer audience, at Castelgandolfo, in the Alban HilJs, Father Dewan maintainedthat "Loving acceptance (true

three and a half months of points. The Vietnamese near Rome took time to altar from the
I not purely religious.Led some greet some boys nearby town. the trend today "happily, faith) will lead us Inevitably
on both sides.It is in control and thereis
bj a bonze speaking wrongs army is moving to emphasis on the deeper into the mysteries of

through a microphone from is not any religious persecution a curfew from 9 p.m. Legendary Altar Leads to FindingsOf important areas." God. It will also lead to the

but the harsh mishandling It is still true apparentlywhat
the porch roof Just! inside "Christianity is Christ. ChristIs joyful living of Christianitywhich

I the wall the crowd of situations duringthe this correspondent wrote the heart of the evident of
pagoda message."A was so a part
past 15; weeks of admittedly several weeks ago regarding Interest under Roman "
shouted antigovernment slo- CapitolineBy n d Christ is a person. early Christian life, Father
provocative Bud Buddhist agitation and Vietna-
Ills person and His work Dewan said.Daytona.
dhlst agitation that has mese armed forces In general:
Beach Patrick Riley must dominate ,,'batve he-
Daytona
helped put the government ina there has been no evidence so
ROME NC-An international of Here and what we teach
bad bight.During far of any sympathetic stir- ( team archeologists is burrowing under the BeachItalian
Church of Santa Maria in Ara Coeli about our religion," he said.
the past month Ngo rings in the Vietnamese army at the summit of Rome's Capitoline Hill in hopesof

Welcome Travelers dinh Diem has certainly shown which must include thousandsof finding an altar which legend says the Emperor Augustus erected to the yet-unborn "Only when we realize that

c1Th not r! ,1 Christianity is Christ, the
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CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia investigating it calls "an arch. ?
Priest Lauded For so much stress." "You have to pull the dirt eological blank." ,

The scouts visited the Pope's out with teaspoons when M .4
He said the "puzzle" of the
i Furniture Books Vietnam CoverageSAX summer residence here on their you're digging under a church,"
very early medieval altar portraying .
Greeting Cards way home from the 11th Inter said Professor Richard Kim-
FRANCISCO Augustus and the THE
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LLOYD COX national Scout Jamboree at ball, director of the American
pat on the back for the "tre Virgin and Child prompted the U$4
Marathon, Greece. Academy In Rome, one of theproject's _; _
mendous done investigators to start probingat
Office job" being by I
Supplies
Recalling his visit to Nigeria sponsors. .\
that But he added the
Father Patrick O'Connor So- spot.
: CL 2-3473 when he was Archbishop of "And you have to rein
ciety of St. Columban in important qualification that
118 North Beach Street covering Milan the Pope said: "'''e feel force every square inch as
the critical situation in there is much more to be found I
that We already know you. you go along. _
Vietnam for the NCWC News than the legendary and very INTERIORSDRAPEIIIKSSLII'COVEIIS
"We are confident that We If the teaspoons are only
Service came from an overseas possibly nonexistent altar. .
understand the significanceand metaphorical, real toothbrushesare
r director for Catholic Relief Already the project ha* Qualified Decorator Service
the importance of your being used to clean away
Services-National yielded a 12th-century reliquary -
Catholic 1114 RIVERSIDE
Boy Scout movement Your dirt from some of the objects '
Welfare in sandalwood, containing _
Conference CL 3-9074 Holly Hill
scout oath and your scout law, recovered from the earth.In .

Father Paul J. Duchesne which We know very well, a long, sunlit room nextto relics of the motherof

M.M., director of CRS-NCWC keep ever before your eyes the the chapel of St. Helena, the Emperor Constantine, r __ If and when you buy, please

operations in Vietnam, in a grave responsibilities whichare workmen are patiently scrub. St. Helena, and other saintsof buy from a Florida Catholic

letter to the Monitor, San Fran yours." bing every bit of masonry and antiquity. :L ad
This was found as a byproduct
cisco archdiocesan newspaper, The Pope spoke of the every shard of pottery that
of the Investigation.When .
wrote: "magnificent sight" of scouts comes up from the pit. Thou -

"Father Patrick O'Connor from throughout the world sands of fragments have been the archeologists broughta -i 'trtlstr.y
heavy jack Into the churchto
lives with me. lie had been meeting in harmony at Mara sorted out and piled up on ; ___
PLOR8DA! IS FULL raise the altar of St. Helenaoff
doing a tremendous job during thon, where the Athenians tables running the length of
OF DANDEE MOMS the floor for digging, the 'S.. ______J
the p a s t eleven weeks turned back the Persian invaders the room. ALUMINUM
Franciscan friars of the church
since the beginning of the in the fifth century before The fragments help date the :t.J f :- r.f. ". j.- AWXINGI
level asked them also to lift the lid S lu.. F "i'
Kuddhixt! incidents. Christ. the archeologists find '.\:. CmclMirtt
from the giant porphyry sarco-
"He runs around all day, in- 'Tomorrow, ;you and others them in as they work down c..rta
phagus that forms part of the .:. "". call" r.LiAL
terviewing all the top peopleof like you," he said\ "will be the ward. J'.. $'. .' I.'ed "Ia....
altar. Inside the sarcophagus ';<<(vv"I'"'', ;: .
leaders of your countries, andit Medieval legend links the TratlsrC.hnssFree
government and of the Bud ;
lay the reliquary, splendid with ..
dhist associations and pagodas. is necessary that you prepare spot with the altar Augustusbuilt t .v.

Right now he knows them all yourselves now for this task. after consulting the Sibylof .;?'"'"

quite weU.c'Father. You will need to develop the Tibur about his mystifying ParticipateIn t.' .
dream. The earliest i{"' u
written
qualities of leadership upon "
O'Connor is ..,_1r
MILESUPHOLSTERY an ex ;\ t
which the scout movement laysso records of the legend, in Liturgy -
perienced, honest, objective
SHOP much stress. Greek, are sketchy and date 10,000 OBSERVE LI WEEK

I 623 Orange Ave. newspaperman. He not only "To be good citizen! you from the seventh century. The ToldPHILADELPHIA More than 10,000 person"
I weighs facts, situations, but he People
CL 5-4736 must first recognize jour altar of Augustus and the packed the Philadelphia Contention
I weighs words, the writer em
I ALL WORK GUARANTEED relationship to God Who is Church of Santa Maria in Ara Hall for the recent POWDER PUFF

phasized. the Father of all mankind. Coeli are not linked in manu- ( XC ) opening( of the 1963 Liturgical BEAUTY SALON
Father Francis Nead, N Estimotes
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"Remembering this, you will chief points of pilgrimage Slojjn, president of the

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you shall be building the Capitolio, as the Capitoline Hill! Orange, told a study session at welcomed the participants

Floyd J. Tndwa)"'. foundations for true peace. If was then known. The name the North American Liturgical and Father Joseph( 31. Con.

you recognize the natural dig- Ara Coeli was not given the Week here that mere participation noil- of Bait hnore. Lower Dabney'sHOLLY

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Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC. you will respect their rights." Possibly it took this name from ient. The liturgical reality must Week, Holy Co mm union was HILL

: DAYTOXA ])1.;LAS The Pope told the visitors he the words "ara coeli" which be changed if necessary to distributed to the i people I FLOWER SHOP

a 110 So. Campbell-CL 3-1636 5GO So. IShiL HE 4-53S7 hoped that they would "always stand together physically (but mean something to the people, landing; ax >hon in thiphoto. i > 322 Ridgewood Holly Hill CL )-.1383PRESCRIPTIO
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l>e exemplary scouts" and gave Victims Praised More than ten "Com
As an example Father Nead
them and the Boy Scout move- munion Stations' were set

:; You'll Be Glad You Stopped ment his blessing.Argentine BERLIN (NC)-Stefan Car- said, the dialogue Mass has up throughout the >'a>t hall. ES DUPLICATED

dinal Wyszynski, primate of withered away In some areas
Each Priest was accompanied
QUICK 'N' TASTY Changes Poland in blessing a new door where meaning has not sustained -
by the acolytes, one carrjlnga ; _I
- COFFEE SHOP VATICAN CITY (XC)-The of his cathedral Warsaw paid the insertion 0 f the candle the other to hold CONTACT ARTIFICIAL

Ocean Fresh Seafood Sandwiches diocese of Rosario in Argentinahas special tribute to the Polish people into the worship ac the Communion latf"lI.Moving LENSES EYES

been raised to the rank of patriots who sacrificed their tivity.
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archdiocese and four new Ar lives in the Warsaw uprising "Liturgical involvement or
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created. The Polish undergroundarmy he said, stresses "sharply the Writ fladly forward "Th. n.rid.r.thalle" .
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Its suffragan dioceses are August 1, 19 years ago whenit The aim Father Nead said, parUhr rrept'f'tlul If po,kible.)

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SeUction SHOWROOMS Rosario has been elevated to that many of those personal encounter," Father Serving-Port Orange, So. Daytona,

--1 Quality Furniture the rank of Archbishop.The who perished did so near the Nead concluded. "Catechistsmust Ormond, Daytona Beach

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S Page' Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, Aug. 30, 1963' . .""J'''' ''- Expert Tells Convention A".4; ,-




Huge Continent Can Take all Who Altar Must Be FocusIn



Volunteer to Help in Latin America Church Architecture


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LDIA, Peru (NC-Laymen) have shown a real desire to help the Church strengthen PHILADELPHIA (NC-The) altar must always be the

itself in Latin America, but they need more popular assistance to make their desire focal point in the design of any church, Father H. A. Rein-

effective. United- States. national director of Papal Volunteers for Latin America has hold, liturgical expert from Pittsburgh, has told a study

said in an interview here. F session here at the 1963 North American liturgical week.
Catholic University in Ponce the but
prove program, by and 4_ '
Father Victor R. Fernandez 4 ,. "The altar must become the
Puerto Rico. large the volunteers
SJ., of Chicago, was in Lima are fitting ( focus whether it is one facing from conciliary decrees as from
The Chicago Priest noted into their work assignmentswith 4ih ,
4 other influences."The .
during two-month tour of the
a towards the people or one leading
that recently the apostolic reasonable success. -
after the Council
!
age;
continent to inspect the work -
nuncio to Peru, Archbishop "One young lady told he her I Q the people toward the of Trent' without special legIslation
being done his organization. "
by Romulo Carboni, requested 50 "One young lady told me her ... Infinite, he sa i d. "Never except diocesan' .*
"With two and a half years'experience \ should it become a central altar
to :100 more Papal Volunteersfor and there was nothing she in Milan by Cardinal Bor-

of working directlywith this nation to help strengthen could really do about that." which confuses its meaningand romeo (St. Charles' Borrtimeo -
these volunteers he
lay ,
Church programs in religious Father Fernandez was askedif splits the congregation in ), reformed church
said, "I can detect our "
among
social and economic de Papal Volunteers and others two or four parts. architecture "
liturgically, the
laity their real desire to become
more personally involvedIn velopment. Commenting o n were extending their terms of The counterfort shouldbe Prie>t-e\prt. said.

this, Father Fernandez said: service beyond their original the baptistry with the con- Father Reinhold had some
the work of the Church in
Latin America. They have been "By all means, qualified, commitments.One fevslonals, because these" two kind words for baroque architecture -

stirred into action by the appeals -skilled, apostolic workers couldbe couple In Mexico has'; sacraments are'! related.If which ud I d thing:

of the late Pope John absorbed in the current just begun the tenth year of .-..........i .....__- ...,.......n the baptistry can be a separate right for their own day." It
and the continued enthusiasmfor Church program in this nation labor, he said. A nurse signedup part of the building, that permitted the church to become
HOSTS BROUGHT TO ALTAR DURING MASS
evidenced and in other Latin American for another three years. would even be better," he con UIass-and exposition-
this mission work
Indications At Philadelphia convention hall during a Mass of Liturgical Week some men car
Paul VI." nations as well. The continentis from his recent tinued. centered, with a clear view of

He added by Pope: so huge and the needs of the interviews are that more will ried ciboria on large silver trays to the altar. The sacred vessels held unconsecrated "Between these two focal the main altar which was elevated -

that all remain to help bolster the hosts placed in them by all who wished to receive Communion duringthe "
"What lia, been accomplished people so great qualified persons Holy points, the faithful should on a stage for all to see.

thus far represents' people coming down hereas ranks of those newly arrivingfor Mass. have their space, thus representing Baroque architecture, he said

a good beginning. Much remains lay workers could be placed." their duty periods.In the pilgrimage from "in Anglo-Saxon countries received

to be desired in certain Priority requests for lay Peru work is being done Burmese Christians Show baptistry to altar as the essential a bad press ever since

areas.' volunteers now include calls by U.S. and other national way of Christian life," Father the days of the Gothic revival."

More than 200 PAVLA are for workers skilled in medicine volunteers to build a Peruvian Jc : Alarm at Marxist Trends Reinhold said. Speaking of late Gothic architecture -
lay volunteer movement. He is
now assigned to posts as and nursing, communi.! Shrines and the devotional Father Reinhold said

nurses, teachers, credit union rations, teachers, radio tech. highly enthusiastic about these .. CALCUTTA (NC) -Burmese Christians are alarmedand parts of a church more prop "it obscured the Mass in a vast

workers, journalists, radio nlcians, journalists and people efforts.In worried by the marxist methods increasingly evidentin erly do not belong in the main interior, a whole sacred city, so

technicians and youth workers. qualified to set up com Peruvian jangles, moun. the of Burma to body of the church, but to the to speak, and the altar was
present government according reports
lain
villages and along the
found at the bottom of a sea
By the end of the year, he stated munity programs. here. sides or in special chapels, he

the number will grow to Reviewing the first two roast 7.1 Peruvian are already reaching and regulated' by the govern said. For example, he said, the of stained' glass and architecture
Tolunteering to help The government Is a military
more than 250. years of PAVLA work in Latin ment. Stations of the Cross might be whose tendency was the

Some are now In training In America, Father Fernandezsaid their own people. group called the Revolutionary All income, even fees paid erected in the confessional immediate 'sursum corda' of

Mexico and Brazil. Others will : This growing program, In r Council with Gen. Ne for private tutoring after class chapel, he said. the lone heart communicatingwith
addition to Mexicans helping Win as president. It came to hours be the Lone preferably with
begin training at the new center must reported. Any
"The lay volunteers are dug "There are dozens of .
in at the their own people in Tulancingo, power by a bloodless coup in violation of regulations regard out the disturbance of the ec
opening August
in and mistakes" to be
elementary
solidly now we see good
are signs of progress In this March, 1962. A month later it ing fees will result either in clesial and the communal"
results of their work. Their found in church buildings today -
call the declared that It
to laity to help the would "march suppression of the school or its
BEACH MEMORIAL experiences have contributedto Church's work in Latin Amer. unswervingly to the goal of removal from the approvedlist. : Father Reinhold said.

CHAPELSt. the development of many ica, Father Fernandez stated. socialism." At the same timeit "Liturgy:; demands truly 4tJ 1Sd1nGt eras

Peteribarr Beach UO. 6H areas. After visiting these people declared that it recognizesthe liturgical building not novel-
"Burma to be its
seems on
at their assigned posts, I ty and surprise features:' he A. II. Cralg-R.Jai L. Btaaett
of
right
freely to
SEMINOLE BEACH Course to Prepare everyone way to the inner side of the Ambulance Service
see the new progress. True, and his declared.In .
profess practice re "
MEMORIAL CHAPELSt. Bamboo Curtain, commenteda
VA 41673ST.
Petenbnrr all.tln there are recommendations to Many for Service ligion." foreign observer, formerly his address at the session
be taken back to further im- AUGUSTINE
Burmese Christian parent an adviser to the Burmese gov devoted to art and architecture,
CHICAGO (XC) Anew
Father Reinhold
presented an
feel, however, that their religious ernment.
four-month course designed to historical analysis of the Influence
GRISSOM FUNERAL HOMEPhone
rights and those of
prepare United States Priests, Mrs. O'FallonDENVER of previous ecumenical
847.3131 their children' threatenedby '
Religious and lay volunteersfor are (XO -Mrs. Martin ( councils of the Church on sacred -

KISSIMMEE"OT.DEST service in Latin Americahas government measures in J. O'Fallon, 92, a former architecture, partly In an.

IX CENTRAL FLORIDA1 been inaugurated by the education. member of the national boardof ticipation of the question as to

Operating Under Same Same and Management Catholic University of Puerto Last May all shops selling directors 0 f the National what might be expected from

Rico, it was announced here. school textbooks were visited Council of Catholic Women, Vatican Council II on churchart

The national secretariat of --- by officials and their entire died August 20 at her home. and architecture, he de MODEM ITORA; : H E ;

the Papal Volunteers for Latin HEADS :MILAN stocks of school books were Requiem :Mass: was offered at clared. Mor arrf A.Dwyw.flro* M. W
JOlli S. RHODES JR. America said 39. persons are Succe!'or to Pope Paul VI the funeral on Saturday. She
carried away in government His findings Indicated that 649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 8626503
taking the course: 11 Priests, as Archbishop of Milan I is was once president of the
trucks to the government book church architecture in past SLPETERSBURGKYLEMcLELLAN
FUNERAL DIRECTOR 12 Sisters and 16 former RNliop i
lay persons, Auxiliary store. Henceforth only text Denver archdiocesan council. centuries came not so much
of whom 14 are Papal Volun Giovanni Colombo 60. lie She served the national boardof
1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 4463055GRFF'THCLNE books issued by this store may
: was born at Carolina in the NCCW from 1925 to 1931.
teers.The be used in any school. It is
four-month win Milan aiclidiocese.Mozambique.
course INC.
clear now that all these; books
be offered twice a year in the' Cuban Charge ,

.. / / FUNERAL HOME language and culture of will have a marxist slant. kINGSTON, Jamaica (XC)- FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Diocese
In February of this ;year according -
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an expansion of a sum registering for a new ration
ANNA MARIA ISLAND 6000 Marina Drive been erected in Mozambique to oust all foreignersfrom
mer course conducted since book in Cuba, according to a

1937: exclusively for Priests and Portuguese East Africa.It education. The first step Radio Havana broadcast heard HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL
will be to bar foreigners from
Religious working with is the eighth diocese to be here.

FUNERAL HOME SHANNON Spanish-speaking people in the erected since 1940, where before being principals of schools. The broadcast did not say; Air Conditioned Chapel Parting Lot

that time there was only Already government investigators whether or not the Priest, Father FOSTER E. HEATH. Funeral l Director

BRADENTON SARASOTA U.S.Father James S. StefaniakM.M. one prelature nullius and a few have been going to private Joaquin Reden Arsube of AMBULANCE SERVICE

., of Milwaukee has been Priests. schools, surreptitiously Guanajay in western Pinar del Lakeland, Florida Phone 682-0111 I I'

Service For 61 Years named director of the expanded The new diocese encompasses: making inquiries to see if there Rio province, had been arrest

institute. about 72,000 square miles witha were Burmese nationals among ed. He and six other persons

Papal Volunteers taking the population of 330,000, of the teachers employed who were charged by internal trade PHONE 877.7524

BRETT FUNERAL HOME present course will be assignedto whom 30,000 are Catholics. The could take over the principal'spost. ministry authorities with including

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ORLANDOHerman Healing Mission AppealsTo The Florida Catholic, _Friday, Aug. SO, 1963 Page Sevtn



J. Heidrich Pope, Sisters Told e $Ig October Sunday Reflects

& Sons

Gr..",. and shippers CASTELGANDOLFO (NC-Pope) Paul VI, wheneverhe Needs of Church Missions

Of Fancy Fruit and 'VrictaMr visits a hospital l or similar institution, feels "a sense of

DAMiEE BRAD PRODUCTS reverence for those who make the
healing of their brothers
ROME (NC)-There are now about 9000 native Cath-
I their profession and their ____ Fly *
mission." cause the first has the mean v"6j' olic Priests and more than 150 native Bishops in mission

Complete Pest Control ing of rendering one's life use lands.
The Holy Father left his ) and a half hours of broadcastsin
LEWIS COBBEXTERMINATING ful, devoting it to good and to These figures, revealed by
summer villa here recently for English and French from
CO. the works of charity, in prayer, International Fides Service,
two early morning visits to Moscow, the agency said. Today
in service to one's brothers and of the Sacred Congre
Incorporated 1946 agency
religious institutions which are the total each week is 320
US* Wilfred Dr. P.O. HOY: tICS in an activity which must be gation for the Propagation of
on the shores of Lake Albanoa hours and 50 minutes In 10
Orlando %UU041Gray's so intense ., while the second the Faith, represent only small
home for invalid nuns, and languages.For .
seems instead to make the first percentages of the world totalsof
the summer house of the Pontifical eyR the other side, Fides said:
useless 422,000 Priests and 2300
Jewelers English College.To "The Church has not been
"Humanly speaking, suffer- Bishops.But .
the silent Her voice ran be heardin
English seminarians
CLOCK REPAIRALL ing appears to bq :useless and Fides called the statisticsfor
he said his visit t lands and in many
was "an expression many
MAKES in contradiction to all'th the indigenous clergy, as

2003 Edge water-GA 2-2974 of my sympathy, my aspiratiohs of life and all the well as the fact that senior and languages ot"rr'atlcan Radio
and and missionaries are not
Next to Publix friendship my great in- goals of"our desires and of ourplan's junior seminaries exist "m 0 r e
terest. He'saluted them as slow to take advantage of occasions -
:? I -- or less" everywhere, a "consol-
"the great hope of a great na to preach the Wordof
All that saves the sufferer ing picture.
ORLANDO AREA DISCUSS CCD COURSES .
FISHERS
tion. God over local radio stations
"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS- from desperation and misery, The agency includes various
It was the Sisters that the Lay representatives from several Orlando area parishes are pictured above dur- when they have the
COLLEGE PARK said the Pope, is the Crucifix statistics in a special feature
Pope visited first, and spokeof -"which tells us that it is ing a discussion at Good Shepherd School regarding special catechetical instructions. issue devoted to "Reflectionsfor opportunity.

FLORISTFLOWERS his respect for those who exactly by way of the roadsof Seated around the table, from the left, are Roy J. Mericle, St. John Vianney parish, Mission Sunday, 1963." "B u t it would be shockingif

BY WIRE make healing their mission. sorrow and sacrifice, even Orlando; Robert F. Johnson, St. Margaret Mary, Winter Park; Ray Armstrong, St This year's observance! of we were to make a comparison -

2120 EdgewaterGA5771 He went to the Queen of to death, that the world has :Mary :Magdalen, :Maitland; Tom Snyder also of St. John's; Thomas L. Chambers, St. Mission Sunday falls on October between the funds that

Orlando Nite GA 2-0894 Apostles Home at Albano, two been saved." James, Orlando; James L. Duhon, Sanford Naval Air Station; John S. Leitch, St. 20.Fides communist propaganda can devote -

miles southeast of here to offera The Pope told the Sisters: Charles, Orlando; and Frank R. Martin, Union Park Mission stressed the strong to this purpose and those

7:30: o'clock] Mass. He ad- "One can suffer with pati- impact of radio on African that are at the disposal of the

Gary's Duck Inn dressed the Sisters residing at ence. Even human wisdom can Joe WilliamsOldTimers' countries, especially those Church for the missions."

the home after reading the arrive at this. But there is an- New FilmsReviewed where newspaper press is in its
GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE
Gospel of the day. other way to suffer and it Infancy. In this connection it ORLANDO
AND
FINEST SEAFOOD
His first remarks were In must be your way. Suffer. with rerently and classifiedby quoted Archbishop Jean Zoa of
BEEF ANYWHEREPhone Feats Held Not
ROAST
the Legion of Decency.
GA 4-4531 praise of "those who practicethe love and for love! Yaounde, Cameroun, as stating WINTER PARK

charity of medicine, "It is possible to do this even Morally UnobjectionableFor during the Second Vatican

3974 So. Or. BI. Trail uniting: science to goodness. when one has not the strengthfor Comparable with Modern Era Adults Council last fall that there wasa

Then he addressed himself articulate prayer. As longas CONDEMNED OF ALTOXA growing use of transistor I DIAPER

to the Sisters on their "two- the heart lives, it is capableof (Fox) radios even in the bush. @
the major baseball in its final SERVICE I
BILL BARDOEFORD fold consecration: to the religious this act of love which summarizes WITH league season now LEOPARD (Fox) The news agency warned,

life and to a life of our spirituality." the best of the mound stars are struggling to RUNNING MAN, THE (Col.) however, that the soviet bloc 2100 L ROIINSOM I AVLtvtrr

FACTORY DEALER suffering." Following the Mass for the reach the modern magic number of 20 victories. TWO ARE GUILTY (MGM) and communist China have .

SAVE ON YOUR The two seem to be contra Sisters, Pope Paul went to the Yet in one historic campaign in the- "dead----- ball" era Morally Unobjectionable For mt cd vigorously into the radio .S Llr eun UMMTOOT s HUkTN.tinste MuPFl.tt31 nmrox m m rm COMFORT t wmtmcDirm

NEW CAR DEALPh. dictory, the Pontiff said, "be- villa on Lake Albano used in John Clarkson, newly indu t rHll of Adults and Adolescents propaganda field in Africa. :. stmuir PQPUl.IIYTlt001.rt.s; DODORIZtD OUPIR r/uu

summer by students of the Famer, worked 622 innings and won 53 WHEELER Communist bloc broadcasts to e TOUR ni*LIT.WIIIIC

656-3333 "Venerabile," the fourcenturyold games. The next, his pitching load only 1 DEALERSMGM( ) Africa began in April, 1958, 422-1177 Did rasa. ,
11\\")". 50 PEARCES .a.e.M.r.M. ?
Winter Garden DINING ROOM English seminary in Rome. slightly reduced, he won 49. All told he Morally Unobjectionable for with a weekly total of three treats

Member i'W. IX THE HOLIDAY INN. Arriving there at 9 he won 328. "Wow!" We can hear Gus H. Adults, With Reservations
WIIKX BETTER FOOD IS HEStER s twit jrrrrcr moinrn Mvt
told members of the
faculty
SPORTING
THIS
St. Charles SERVED WK WIM SERVE IT. Fan Jr. exploding in eloquence typical of I LIFEBrit. Deadlines
and the student t
body assembled

.
)
Parish 4040 so Orange Ilium. Trail this refined mauve "What !" f
rilONK 341-6321 around him that his age. a guy Morally Unobjectionable News stories from any source
Junior's exuberant should rrarh "The Florid Catholic"
awe would be understandable RAY MEARS
visit
"an of
expression
was For General Patronage office no later than Monday news
I m)' sympathy, my friendshipand since he would he- thinking in McLINTOCK (U.A.) pictures should rrarh the editor by
Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Urook Acres? present-day terms when 300 'i is Friday; for publication In the fol- JEWELERS
great Interest, not innings. a .
my Morally Objectionable in lowing Frida,'. ".a..
We have a home designed for your family only for this house: but for big deal and 30-game winners ,are as extinct Part for All Locally Owned and Operated Bj

-ou-for your rector and his as peg-top trousers. Clarkson belonged to the Paleolithic CRY OP BATTLE (A.A.) P. F. I SUSAN NUB*ry
DEMETREE BUILDERS SI Tears IB Jewelry Bulncii
associates, and above all for Age of baseball. ;.;... ,JOHNNY COOIILA..) FAIR VIEWCleaners

5307 East Colonial Drive CK 7.1922 )'011 students." Until the Hall of Famers't t Wh4 conceivably might haverbeen OF LOVE AND DESIREFox COMPLETESELECTION

His visit called to mind, he exhumed him for a 19C3 award the home town's leading ( ) & Laundry

said, the history and the few moderns had ever heard,, booster! SHOCK CORRIDOR (A.A.) FeaturingDependable OF

ORANGE COUNTY "spiritual dramas" of the Eng of him. The conditions under Fabric Care

lish people.He which he pitched were no more 4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando BISHOP MOORE

-c4 BERG VAULT Co. added that "after the comparable to existing ones Drugs for ContraceptionHit SCHOOL JEWELRYPhone

SINCE 1946 -AIR, SEALED great drama of the separationof than communism is to czarism.

REINFORCED CONCRETE England from the Churchof In those times the distance by Catholic DoctorsSAN WALTER MENGES GA 2.3652

Rome, the aspirations the
,
BURIAL VAULTSWhen from pitcher's mound to home Clothier To MenThe
experiences, the first traces ofa
plate was more than 10 feet ANTONIO, Texas (NC-The Catholic PhysiciansGuild Finest In Men's Wear RAWtyEJIltflUtt&V4.
Only The Finest h Good Enough new religious day and the
To Be Sure REQUEST: IT Catholic of the shorter-50 as against today's 0 f Bexar County has cautioned Catholic doctors 206 N. ORANGE AVE.

AL MfSZYNRKI JR.. Owner Member St.' JamesTHOMSON spirituality 60 feet, six inches. And itwasn't about the moral implicationsof Across From St. James 14 Orange Ave.
fill 0 soul
English people u r
until near the end of port in any 'way any local or
oral contraceptives. .
with admiration and .
sympathy."It
Clarkson's career that four* national agency which has a'
is not possible that I do Members'"agreed no Catholic
balls constituted a walk. Previously its purpose the use of oral con- ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE
& McKINNONIN not think of you as sons of a doctor could encourage or sup- FIRE AUTO LIABILITY LIFE
it was seven, six, five; traceptives to prevent the gen-
nation and therefore of J.
great earlier, it took nine. erative act from having its ANTHONY IIICARLO
ORLANDO SINCE 1924 a great hope, that I do not see RepresentingJOHN
On the other hand, the Clarkson Taking Faith natural effect, a guild state-
concentrated in .your vocationsthe E. MUROSKI AGENCY
Member New York Stock Exchangeand period imposed restraints ment said. Bus. Phone! GA 4-0223, : KM. Phone: GA 1-4036
sons of God who are work-
unknown to modern pitchers.A The Catholic PhysiciansGuild 3407 SOUTH ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL ORLANDO.
other principal exchanges ing out the unknown designsof For Granted
foul ball was a dead ball. It statement said it Is
God for nation and for
your didn't become a strike until "clear that the use of drugs
2-7183
CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA the Church."
Clarkson's era was over. Also, Called FaultSAN for contraceptive purposes

Bishops HarassedBy the width of the plate was cannot be reconciled with the WATICIIS.PAINT

smaller by inches, a further ANTONIO (NO -The dictates of moral law."

ST. CHARLES PARISHIONERS ee II Hugarian RedsBOXX stress on control. late Pope John XXIII gave to drugs The statement which agreed ovula-that WALL PAPER
The here suppress
purpose of revisiting the Church a new awareness of
(XC) Government tion have morally legiti-
can
Routes! : antiquity, Is to emphasize what it means to be a Chris- ORLANDO WINTER PARK
We Have Resumed Our Home Delivery agents are stationed in the of- the mate uses. But employment as
) impossibility, tian, Coadjutor Bishop John L.
fices of two Hungarian dioc- a contraceptive is not one of
i really, the absurdity, of trying Morkovsky has said here.
Farm Fresh Milk From Our Own Prize Winning eses, checking all visitors, mail to initiate relative them, it said.
He did so by his personal MARYLAND FRIED CHICKENCOMPLETE
and telephone calls.It merits of players who performed outlook and by calling the "It is contrary to the

JERSEY COWSPhone was announced inJulythat in different :genl'r: 1''Second' Vatican Council, the natural: law to suppress or destroy DINNERS TO GO

this practice by the com- even temporarily, the
lions apostolic administrator of the 1 Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $ 1.00
CY 5-0320 or CY 5-2129 I munist regime would end, but functioning of human organs
It was much the same a year Galveston-Houston Diocese saidat Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95
(jilTHE the agents still remain at when this is done precisely to
JERSEY JUG DAIRY ago when "Sliding Billy" Ham- the convention banquet of
Szekesfehervar and the Byzantine prevent conception," the state- Fish Dinner $1.00
ilton and Max Carey were in- the Catholic Central Union of
Rite diocese of Hajdudo- :ment said.
ducted. Both.had been remark- America and the National Shrimp Dinner $1.15
The statement'also took to
rog.According able base runners, Hamilton Catholic Women's Union. 5tlI1Q NOW 6 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOUHwjr.
to the report received task Dr. John Rock, a Cath
BIO PLAZATHE with 937 stolen bases, Carey Bishop Morkovsky said: 17-92 Fern Park TE 8-5314
here by the German with 738. Here again there was "Christ did not shed His olic gynecologist who playeda 2740 S. Orange Bl. Tn, Orlando CH M222

VIRTUE OF BIGNESSWhat Catholic news agency KNA, the leading part in developingthe Silver Star & Pine Hills Rd. CV 3-0202)
no common ground for com- blood for the 20 out of 100
withdrawal of the government anti-ovulation drug and Edgewater; & Lee Rd. 293-9839
are the" virtues of bigness? What advantages are parison; both were products of people who are Catholics.
Lake Barton Rd. & E. Colonial 277-C2IO
behalf of
"supervisors, who are mem- who has argued in
offered to shoppers? different generations, virtually He did not withhold 80 percent 2100 French Ave. Sanford 322-9442
bers the of the it. ,
of of staff com
Variety Many stores selling the same types merchandise different games. of His blood from those
give the shopper an extremely wide selection of munist regime's religious affairs The Physicians Guild challenged .
Hamilton's \\ho are not Catholics.
During larcenous r
price and models. office, was completed in 1 the "fundamental moral
Economy Many stores selling the same type of merchandise days the rules provided that Declaring that Christians had
all other Hungarian diocesesby I IChrist's error of Dr. John Rock, who
creates a lery competitive situation resulting in "any attempt to steal a base failed to see this aspect of
the middle of July. I evidently believes that the use
lower prices. must go to the credit of the Incarnation Bishop
The aim of the program j of progestational steroids for
Time Saving One-stop shopping. base runner, whether the ball Morkovsky added:
was to limit the contacts of 1 the of contraception is 1.
Convenience Large; free parking facilities. Space for purpose auts.a
: is thrown wild or muffed by 'To see Christ in every human +
4000 cars at Colonial .))a7."t. the Hungarian Bishops I with not contrary to the natural law, 1 !
the fielder if a base runner being is to be Christian.
More and Better Customer Service .\ competitive situation their Priests and people. 'and seemingly even has hopesor g
their makes a start and a batteryerror Through Pope John and the r f v t
between Plaza merchants and in addition combined jy"
The agents sat in at all con 4 predicts that the Church
efforts to compete with other shopping areas resultsin is made, the runner shall ecumenical council we are now ,
versations with visitors, mon will eventually change her position
excellent customer service.COLONIAL. be credited with a stolen base." becoming aware of this fact. "
itored telephone calls, read on their use. :
The said John
Bishop Pope
PLAZAEast all incoming and outgoing mail Another advantageous factor
had the A
exhorted laity to recapture -
was that the catcher's positionwas
and the official
Highway 50 at numb Orlando even kept epis- the of the
) spirit early ,
copal seals. 10, 12 feet back of the Children'sClothes Ar TTT L' 'I" ;
Church have
in "because we taken 1r %r.u
plate. Only third-strike sit-

uations, or with runners on, our Christianity for granted." Line

"Let us try to be worthy, to
did he come close to the plate.
l open our eyes: to become aware Finest in ClothingFor 111 ,1
Dk'To Years before arrived
,
_ Carey of what it means to be followers Girls & Boys '
baseball had become standardized NON CAR10NATED -.
of Christ, to promote the SIOSV4 Edrewater Dr. GA 4.77SS
C HO -a permanent patternexcept Interests of Christ in the

H sC.f for the capricious tamper- world," he said.

ing such.with the strike :zone and JIM OFFICE BLAKE SUPPLYFURXITURR 4 ey. 4 4r B .

-;l.wt. Cancel Study Week
Sam Rice, also inducted

NOW IN STOCK along with Clarkson, Elmer VATICAN CITY (NC) OFFICE SUPPLIES

Flick and Eppa RLxey, was a Italy's ninth national week of 511 7-2652

Uniform Suppliers For Boy's and Girl'sST. modern. ,prayer and study for the East- 900 So. Orlando Ave, W.P. I I I' t

ern Church, previously sched-

Part of Sam's celebrity uled to meet in Ravenna September -
CHARLES. SCHOOL traces to a controversial catch
22 to 27, has been cancelled -

in the 1925 World Series, a ,, according to an officialof 'Tour Personal Bank"

SCHOOL APPROVED SHOESAVOID tumbling dive deep into.an out- the sacred congregation for

field bleacher box. The umpire, the Eastern Church. iM'iLAT

THAT LAST MINUTE RUSH!! SHOP EARLY in no position to tell, and having The' reason given Is that the n

but one guess said he held week's timing would conflict ti6Sy Rt t '

the ball. with the second session of the

T : YOUTH CENTRE INC. Under the old, old rules the ecumenical council which WINTER PARK FLORIDA

umpire could have passed the starts September 29. Catholic .
Trust
Complete Department
Services
buck, for the book providedthat Bishops and some non-Catholic
OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY NIGHTS
in the case of a "disputed observers at the council had SERVING THIS COMMUNITY FOR 46 YEARS

66 NO. ORANGE AVE. Phone GA 2-6338 catch, the umpire shall consult planned to take part in the MI 7-3000 Member F.D.I.C.

the nearest bystander" Ravenna meeting.




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Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday Aug. 30, 1963



I Diocesan Eucharistic Congress Plans Forge Ahead in Jacksonville I



-., _.-.. ...,.. .... ......."
(Continued from rage One) Madden, _Father Frank M. mittees and chairmen make ,.,

of Catholic Women; transportation Mouch. definite preparations.Altar x

; parking; food; accommo- Publicity and Invitations: Fa- ) boys, always present v
:.
dations; speakers; publicity and ther Vincent B. Smith, Father by the hundreds from the S 3= a

Invitations; and participationof Thomas R. Gross. parishes, will be Tested in [ 1
r
students from the high Student participation, high cassocks and surplices. A cen.tral ?

schools and grade schools. schools and grade schools: Fa- assembly place will be

The Priests listed by the executive ther Irvine Nugent Monsignor designated for them. w Li

committee of the Con Charles A. Bartok MonsignorJohn
The Holy Name convention,
gress as committees and chair- F. Scully, Father Mor-
\\I. '
which will take place in Jack
men include: timer Danaher Father PeterC.
sonville at Hotel Roosevelt on Fr. :Sa"f'lIt 311.r. 3IHh& 3hcr. C.lr.a.y 3hcr. D.n.h. 3h..r. CI..... 3h.r. Cummings )h.r. Trainer 3lsgr. BartoL. M cr. Scully 3l.cr. Jordan
Sacred minister and ceremonies Nolan, Father Dittman, Fa-
the eve of the Eucharistic Con-
: Father Lawrence S. ther M. Brendan Lawlor and L4swn. lv I At Liturgical WeekIEmphasis
gress, will provide color for the 4 t
Cunningham, Father Patrick J. Father Joseph P. Moran.
procession as the banners of I
Priests of the Diocese will
individual parishes are carried
.' lead large groups of men, wom- On
4:' w onto the field.Members .
f 1 :l lIh.r. en and children from the par- 2
of the
ishes to the Jacksonville Suns' Congress
j r committee will hold meetingsto I Renewal OfEducation
jt
t s Stadium on the Feast of Christ
coordinate efforts in order
the King for the Eucharistic .S 1
that the day will be a beautiful
Congress. In addition, accommodations
demonstration of love for f
9 a r' tk will be arranged to _
the Eucharistic His
King on -IS
extend hospitality during the (Continued from Pace One')

day to the representatives of feast. t expectancy., since liturgical re

nearly 20 communities of Sis- The massed choirs from the vision has been promised for

Barn Fr. Heiarty ters who will be expected at schools around the Diocese will j.t j.tw the period immediately after

O'Carroll, Father Bernard F. the Congress in large delegations have stands where they can the council.

Dittman Father Jaime Lara. from the individual con take direction from Ralph M But this expectation included
i
gregations. Jusko, eminent choral director : serious determination
Altar a very
boys: Father Cunning
ham and Father Lara. Seating adequate parking from Cincinnati. T to face up to present tasks, o&

Sacred Muse Father MichaelV. transportation, food and other Arrangements for the Holy 1 pecially study and instructionin
considerations for of the crowds and I
Communion
necessary preparation for a simpler
Gannon, Father John M. Mc-
Call and Father Cyril Kennedy such a large gathering of peo- all other details will be an- clearer liturgy and an effortto

C.PP.S. ple will be worked out In the nounced as preparations are stir up sincere participationof

Name Father weeks ahead as Congress com- made for the program. all the Catholic faithful here
Holy men:
and now in the Mass and sacra
James J. Heslin, Father r
Michael Hanrahan and Father I ments and public prayer of the
;
Daniel J. Cody.Diocesan Church.

Council of Catholic Throughout he diM.u....sfon
.,
,
A and lectures of the Liturgical
Women: Monsignor Cloonan 1k :

Father T. Leo Danaher and Fa. w .- Week. it \\.is apparent that
; SISTERS MERCY ADD TO STAFF AT SCHOOL
OF TITUSVILLE'S CATHOLIC
ther Thomas J. Bergin. c riiiisti.tn education<< is not

Father Michael Father John It. O'll.ir merely a matter of books and

Transportation:
J. Kelly, Monsignor Pat. Let Fall Barriers Says Holy Father (right) and members of theSisters classrooms! a n il p a r III h

rick Trainor, Father TerenceJ. of 3Ieiey nun in unity I'd.oul 0;.

Farrelly, Father John J.Lenlhan in Titu vine! \\(',.t> at therMili As one speaker: put it, tilt

Father Martin B. :}'r. Larkln Frlull Ir. arrelly IT. Gross In Plea for Unity with Eastern RitesContinued .rii rr terminal liturgy is "wol'l'hip of God anti

Power and Father Laurence E. --' I of )Jc.'Co.rI.. Force Kase lhi ? holiness for men, but at the

Higgins. i ( from Face One) Faith a valid hierarchy and !stand His voice echoing in trek to welcome the n I' W1I"I'ricH'.dndl'al same time and in all its partsa >

Parking: Father Matthew J. : creed common and firm. Let sacraments which are efficac- the fioxpel-the Word of Cod; and two teacher."
us seek to articulate and other Sisters of from
Mercy
S A ious He said that although which remain law
Connolly. of grace. must our It is not easy to sum up a
Food Father Lenihan.Accommodations compose our hierarehial lirl.iml. The airn.il flf (Ihrcomore
: they were separatedfor and our Mrength."On lengthy meeting which in

!: Monsignor .. t union. historical doctrinal reasons, that day in which all will Mercy sUtcts loin eluded service of worship.

John P. Burns. "We want neither to absorbnor they were, however, fundamentally be able to invoke together the (tort, County (;ialuaj', bring x solemn Bible devotions--re

Speakers: Father Patrick M.Ii9. to kill this great flourish- and substantiallyunited. Name of God, of Christ and of to x '\en lie number of .Irish cently strongly approved b>
ing of the Eastern Church, but miioiiiiry I :SiMriN; from the
I'-S. the that will he
Spirit, day a the liUhops of the council -
.k We wish to regraft it to the tongi eg.itioii staffing Til us.
He asked if the delay toward foretaste on earth of our paradise demonstrations of the central
.. single tree of the of ,Aille' |. (The
unity parochial MIOO
reunion might not be due to and it will make a great Easter mystery of Christ'striumphant
Fr. Lenlhaa :Fr. rower :Jr. Connolly I'r. Jlauldrn Christ. :May the cry become a lack of understanding on the spring of new and blessed life newly I arrived Si I..tei> ne illhI..i passage from deathto

. prayer. part of Catholics themselves, in the history of mankind and habits). life, discussion sessions: and

s "Let us pray that if not in or because of an adequate especially of the Church. .\ I brother of one of the all the rest.

yw our age at least in succeedingages _,knowledge of njutual historical let.cully aimed Jleiej' Ms.tors .
meeting, theregret
As at ex :iy.jell
the unity may be recomposed -
and doctrinal blems. Father Tliom.is Kenny
pr
having to
at
of many
of all who are still Concluding with a reference Notre Dame S.D.H. (left) of In'litncJ. wiio
simultaneous
miss one or more :
authentically Christian, and let ...
w; ; asvixiaiit to Father
to the Gospel of the day, the sessions could only be relievedby
us pray especially for unity O'Hare this ..
I'ollmlll.'I'a. in
.
---- Pope aid: "We are all a bit Notes 800th the hope of reading the
with the venerable and
most (1'1I'1'i11 Floiida welcome
Fr. Kelly to
Fr. Holme deaf and all a bit mute.
lectures in
texts of talks and
holy Oriental Churches. the .sUtrishrii they came

The Pope noted that all the ".May the Lord. open our Year in Paris )Iullda)' aflrinoou.rictuml published form

BEACH RENTALSON Churches of the East have the souses; to undei stand the!
with (lie Priests
ISLAND : same Baptism, the same basic Voice of history, to under- (Continued from rate One)
MARIA Heilla tr.
ANNA Fr. Highs Fr. are, from left, SMrr )1. 7m.nuciil.tta ST. AUGUSTINE
to the uoi-vhip of the atlicis.
..... .
: SMcr M. .M.iig.nct3l.il
GULFDRIVEAPARTMENTS Name Meet tie goddess of Ileavon. -}', the xKter of Father
Holy Urged to
Catholic
worship
was restored -
kenny; Sister 31. MCICJ;

on April 18, 1802. .Mother 11. 1 Ign.ifiii-, principal
6505 Gulf Drive
Mr Conditioned-Beautiful Beach .., '. Challenaes with CourageContinued Napoleon was crowned Emperor and 1I1)'rinr Sister I :M.Alojsins. .

Kitchenettes-New Furnishings of the French there on Sister 31. Paul and

Bedroom Accommodations >. rsFr. December 2, 1801. Si't'r1.' : Patrick
( from Fare One') Dodd of Connecticut cautioned I A

Near REASONABLE St. Bernardo RATES Church to say that ours is preeminently convention delegates not to be The French author Victor Father O'llare'x people of

For Reservations or the age of the layman in the in too much of a hurry to give Hugo aroused strong public Tit""\'i 11.1'4 St. Teresa parish glBudgeting

Information Write: Church" h e asserted. "S 0 blanket approval to the nuclear sentiment for the cathedral by ate: especially grateful to thr3lercy
his novel, "Notre Dame de
MRS. HELEN BOWEN much so that during the council test ban treaty.He Sisters." They ennui
Dittman ir. Lara :Jr. "
In Kltlera Dr. rh :s:-9161: .'L'i it was decided that we must said on August 21 he Paris, and in 18-11 the govern- from a small enngregatiou,
---
Tampa a. Florid ment decided to restore it. The the Priest said sacrifice
,
I lY emphasize more clearly the does not see the treaty as "a and "
role of the layman Let no restored cathedral was dedicated to send' the Sisters to Flor
that
f great sign" hostility between -
.[: :: C mistake linger in your minds, East and West is easing. on May 31, 1861. ida. Tuo jrais' ago, four of ?
) The church has had the title
GREGG'S HOME OF FLOWERSLakeland's ours is a time of renewal, a "It could be a harbinger of their number opened St.
time of rebirth. The last 'two of a minor basilica since February -
Only Downtown Florist better things," Senator Dodd Teresa School I | \\it It 50 l pll Itil... Use Our Low Cost
have declared it and
pontiffs 27 1805.A .
said. "It could also be the
This the grade "school
FUNERALS year
FLOWERS for those who have eyes t o's e e
greatest goldbrick ever pur. stirring pageant has been
318 South Florida Avenue- MU 2-8427 must see it all around them." chased. There are some hope reviewing the 800-year historyof lias registered nil pupils for Checking Plan

")Ian)' in the world await classes' beginning ne\t week.THOMPSON .
ful signs in Certainly, an Notre Dame cathedral every
I the message;; of Christ our You can keep an accU-
agreement on one thing, how- evening this summer.
IN TAMPA--- ... Satiour," Cardinal Spellman
ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE told the laymen, "and you ever inconclusive, is prefer The "Sound and Light" pag rate record of your spending *
W' able if it is honest to disagree-
eant lights Notre Damc'sglories
HOTEL are charged to be His messengers. up and really keep to
HILLSBORO Sanctify ourselves ment on all things."Hopefully from 9 to 11 p.m.

DIRECTLY ACROSS THE STREET FROM '- as Catholic men and proclaim it could be a through September 8. Duringthe I 1 your budget with our

SACRED HEART CHURCH t. sign that the Soviets want to evenings, 272 colored spot-
i to the world the holiness and simple I checking account
t"C1li'.t'\ '; the happiness of a Christianlife eliminate nuclear warfare from lights play on the cathedral's ,,, ,

a Christian family life." the cold war just as poison gas gargoyles towers pillars, sta system.
eliminated from previous tues, -flying buttresses and
was
FOR BETTER GROVES AND CROPS USEHiGrade : r. Urging the men to devote : St. Augustine
.wars. stained glass windows. A burst
x < themselves "enthusiastically to and
"This would imply no lessening of fireworks closes. each night'sshowv
Red Level Dolomite the causes which are" the challenges of communist intentions BAILEY National Bank
of our times, the Car
Lime to subjugate; and enslave A commentary during the 8 Cathedral Place
& Hi-Calcium )1--; dinal continued: "Do not be
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afraid to enter theery front pageant, broadcast over loud

FROM lines of the battle, whether the Senator Dodd also cited "pos speakers, recalls highlights of

CRYSTAL RIVER QUARRIES INC. struggle Is to save our society sible dangers" in the treaty.In the history Notre Dame has Male THE FLORIDA CATH 3LIC< a habit. It's the best way
from the clutches of commu an address given at the

Phone Crystal River Florida 7952409OR nism, or to obtain justice for convention earlier, Bishop known. to become an Informed adult C Catholic.:

YOUR SPREADER SERVICE the working man or to help Thomas J. McCarthy of St. .

'iceFr s our Negro brothers to achieve Catharines Ontario said:

full citizenship in our free so- "Before there can be a

ciety. worthwhile apostolate there

'These are the areas," the has to be personal sanctification -
or
BERING CIGAR Cardinal stressed, "which belong -' The Holy Name Societyis .

}',. M..rb }',. HiIr. ... .. in a very special way to the greatest thing we baTe thiS ,
I our laymen, whose lives are in America for the sanctifica- Try: t

CORRALWODISKACIGAR lived in the marketplaces of tion of our men.** .

the modern world and who far The convention concludedlast ,: "'. / '* try

CO.TAMPA better than Priest or Religious, Sunday with a mammoth < :, r

can carry on the struggle for four and one-half hour parade ; f '... ./

freedom and justice for all down Main Street in which an $ ,-, :-,:

.trs' men." estimated 50,000 took part. y .
; :
He then urged laymen "to be About 100,000 people watchedthe 1J.;: .

MANUEL CORRAL imbued with a spirit of courage parade. .J; \

and enthusiasm and optimism

that spirit which shone forthso for the best in.
..
I nobly in the last two su- Refers .r alter th. game er f.r a tasty snack *B7tim It.. always a pleasure t. din here. Our
:
Ir. Canninfham
GAL PS\ 1LLE'S FINEST: HOME VALUES Gansos and Hamburgers. Oar fch.ket Our French trie. yeti ...., had 'em .. ,.od C.m. la t.d.y (.r the
preme pontiffs which pest'ontro1 tastiest food I* town at price that pteas.llook
marks the beginning of the

reign of our new Holy Father." for the golden arches

? "Problems by the score confront
O,
ns,** Cardinal Spellman

JUST TWO BLOCKS FROMST. l" it a concluded "but in the spiritof ervice M C DonaJd.-L t

PATRICK'S PARISH AND SCHOOL the ecumenical council let
,. '*' us at last confront our problems calif -

HUGH EDWARDS INC. ,. as men courageous and .)
W strong: with the strength OSR ?; R. YO !""

:\. E. 16th Ave. & 15th: Street which conies from God. Tampa Sar n*. '* Winter n".8.D .: .Orla S ldo'" Lakebnd CI rw*18rPage
Earlier for tM aako of year InontoI.
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