The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
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Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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4 Future: of Church in America

Tied to Full School System

c'a4thoiic ORLANDO-Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley has thankedall

the diocesan teachers for "doing an incomparable work

not only of preparing our children for citizenship, but for

: _C, -I -i preparing them for the more important citizenship in the
H kingdom of heaven."

V j At the Mass he offered for the educators assembled in

_____ Orlando, the Archbishop declared that he knows of no

VOL. XXIV, No. 45 Orlando, Florida, Friday, September 6, 1963 Ten Cents 11M JY,,,, L ,3j part of the (Catholic education apostolate- which Catholicscan

afford to abandon.He .
bishop, we hope may continueto
said"Much !
Father Mortimer DanaherSchools :
expand through the areas of
of the strength of the
secondary education amt In the
P-----I Church in the United
: States
Aim 1 ; comes from Its educational institutions college as and the the Catholic universityJust Church,
to Form A _u I and especially from
___# i its parish schools. in the days that followed the
Councils of Baltimore, saw to
"1 am one of those who
It that Catholic grade schools
holds firmly; that In order to
*iYs rose to flank every parish
Whole Personality fulfill our obligations to Church, so too in these later
Church and to State
we must
days, we are almost achieving
maintain our Catholic schools.
the ideal of a Catholic high
ORLANDO-Father Mortimer Danaher restated the alms and philosophy of Catholic With reference to the current school in every neighborhood

education here last week when he addressed the 10 a.m. general conference of the discussion about dropping the Archbishop added.

t teachers from all of the Catholic schools of the Diocese. Teachers came In unprecedented parochial schools In whole or St. Charles Church was filledto

numbers to fill to rwprflrmriner..:.!.. the_ fif_n.. Charles_________ Phnt-oli___---- nrTioi-A n____ ffia"'J.r .w.A.mof.... Vtafava... "'...y ,- In part, Archbishop Hurley overflowing with the grade

dispersing to separate halls v, ,';"1.:. .,... ... commented: school and high school teachersof
for high school and grade of a need In man's nature, It is through this same m .91.R.... ,b '. .;.. ". 7Rr''::0,'w.<.._, ). "It would be a sad day for the Diocese when the Archbishop
rather -
the Church was established Church that Christ has
school groups. w.F' the Church If any parish or offered Mass at noon.
Later In the day, all returned by Christ to repair the t the authority to ordain teachers any Sisterhood were to with He chose the occasion to com-

i to the Church to assist tt the effects of man's fall from the < and to send them on this .,.Rx D V '. <.. / draw from the proven apostolate pliment the entire assemblageand
i Mass which Archbishop Joseph state of grace to which God i mission In life to Instruct ando of the parochial schools. to stress how Important to

P. Hurley offered. At that had elevated man. God Inter-t care for the little children. These schools are the bulwarksof the Catholics of the Diocese are
..._ >
vened in human
society to Indeed it Is for this mm
Mass, Father Danaher and the purpose our Catholic strength. They their teachers:
other high school presidentswere tablish this Church. SPIRITUAL, Page 12 TEACHERS' GUIDES TO UNDERGO REVISION FOR DIOCESE have helped in the most effective Pastors, Priests, the Sisters,

In tha ganctuary. The All grade school principals' week during the panel mod. manner to raise the Catholic -and the laity who are engaged

chaplains to the Archbishopwere f met last week in Orlando to crated by Father Mortimer Church in America to its j in Catholic education in the

Father Bernard J. Mc- Y ,offer suggestions for the rerised Danaher of Jacksonville, diocesan present stature of excellence: Diocese hold "a place of primary
Fadden and Father Bernard F. P.. teachers' guides' understudy director of schools. and of acceptance." Importance in the
Dlttman. by Department of Education He referred to the recent development -Church.
The day began with the ad- 3 t officials of the )1.Other members of the panel in Catholic educa "I am sure I Interpret the

dress given by Father Danaher. ocese of Augustine.. Sister' pictured are Sister John tion whereby the Catholic high i deep sentiments of our peo-

Highlights of his comments Mary Damian a Sister of St. Bride O.P. (left) and Sister school has made advances i pie" said the Archbishop,

are noted In the following r Joseph of St. Augustine has Frances Cabrinl SJSJT. (right). "both in numbers and in i "when I extend to you this ex
excerpts: been, appointed to the office In the left foreground isof quality." pression of our gratitude and

It has always been the the Director of Schools as Sister Rose F.3I.A., principal The work done by the admiration for the good you

mark of the Church, Her supervisor. She addressed i the of Most Holy Name School Church basically in the parish i are doing in our grade schools

E leaders and teachers, that grade school principals last in Tampa. grade school, said the Arch- and in our high schools.

they are full of lore, under 5 0 e itw "Carry it with you as a comforting
standing, determination, unction to your souls

p kindness, studlousness and Priest-Scientist Views that you are the benefactors of
t all other attributes that go rY our people and indeed, of the
to make a good teacher. American community."

Objectives outlined by Pope Briefly touching upon the

r Y Challenge to Educators day's experience, Archbishop
attendon, Hurley urged the teachers to

system. These specific obJectives IT exchange their ideas and to

are spiritual, Intellectual, Ifisr I see from the program thatI lenge for I believe the mean- Christian West, brought this take counsel with one another.

moral and physical training of t am to speak to you todayon ing will be best made clear number system which we call He said:
our students. science and religion-and from a few examples arid' discusa Arabic. A school with high standards

The school exists primarilythen rroefc I.shall do but In a some- pn. .. Yet fromthe nlnth'1ghe makes learning easier, more
to develop moral, Intelligent :what unique context, unique The examples are taken from fifteenth centUry the&Wefitcould palatable for the students. We
peoplt. 1 3;, ,. aWawE: ; because I prepared the talk be- the history of science and represent not accept this new for.eign imitate what we admire. It is
As a member of the human fore I learned of the title. Per examples of prejudicein discovery. therefore your high responsibility

society and depending upon haps the title I have chosen, science but we shall see they Roman Division to provide good, endue
the accidents of time, space 44 are equally examples of preju- ing and inspiring education to
and the grace of God, the same Father John D. Mahony dice in education. What did the West use? the young people entrusted to

person may simultaneously be t addressed diocesan I h i g Ii Prejudice ExemplifiedMy Roman numerals. One conjuresrather ( your care.
*, : comic situations duringthis Above all, you must teach
a loyal citizen of the American 11 school teachers attending; the first example: We are so
numerical stone-age. Thirteenth and exemplify Catholic doc-
Republic and a faithful mem- August 29 educators' meet familiar with our numerals
ber of the Catholic Church. The century.. Florentinebankers trine and Catholic morality.
ing in Orlando. Father Ma- that we take not only the numbers
Church founds schools that : ; : being forbidden to use That indeed 1 is the J purpose:; that
so hony is a diocesan Priest whois themselves for ''granted
this new knowledge, kept twosets justifies the Catholic schools
these as members will
persons studying for his doctoral but also the enormous facility
j of records, one for the it is its "raison d'etre.Our
better acquire the Integrating .
supreme r7 ; degree in nuclear chemistry! they afford us In terms of
politicians who proclaimed it presentation of the Catholic
principle of super at the University of California computation. Despite their
easier to write CCCXLVIII instead Faith must therefore be on theo
natural wisdom in the
ordering in Berkeley. simplicity and the
beauty use of 348, and one for level. That is first i
knowledge, skills and attitudes :: tw ,.. a,* t r, R.trc," r i lie .aPty INp ; of our numerals involves three highest our
curacy. responsibility.
they learn. >- =
Prejudice and Challenge, will distinct ideas.
The Church did not grow out PILGRIMS RE-ENACT MISSION NDING further that Have you ever tried to do We must build sturdy Christian -
suggest some The first is that we have but
characters. In In-
division with Romannumerals day of
long a
A group of pilgrims from his 1563: diary: "The Admiral, rather curious ideas might be
ten symbols to in
use -
Plan Teachers' Guides Bradenton to the Mission of followed by all who accompanied explored. I state, moreover thatI The representing ? Renaissance EuropeFATHER dulgence we must achieve dis-
any number. second MAI10XV 5 SCHOOLS IIKLD: 9QLQ'Da
Rombre de Dios in St. :: Page Page
Augustine him matched
up intend to speak on a non- idea is more important. It
To Be Revised Next Year re-enacts the landing of the Cross, knelt, and kissedit. racial kind of prejudice and involves place value. That Is to -- -- -

i Admiral Pedro :Menendez: de A large number of Indians what I believe is its antedote,. say: in writing 943 we are not
Aviles on this site, September watched these proceedings challenge.
indicating 9 plus 4 plus 3, but
ORLANDO-Teachers' guides for use In the Diocese of 8, 1565. Father :MichaelV. : and imitated all they Finally, in the hope that I rather 9 hundreds plus 4 tens ElpG \ :

St Augustine will be developed during the next year, Father Gannon, mission director, saw done. The mission, may be even more mysterious, plus 3 units which is nine hUndred ...
:Mortimer Danaher director of schools, disclosed here takes the role of Father America's oldest, will cele- at least for now, I would choosenot 1 and forty three. The posi- .

last week.In Lopez Mendoza:: Grajales, brate its Quadricentennial in to define further what I tion as well as the symbol tellsus 08ER2 2 ."" .
all grades, one through eight, -
described the landing in 1965. mean by prejudice and chal-
a report on a discussion beginning In September, 1965." something. 'A_
which he moderated. Father Father Danaher said to the Thirdly we have the rather
Danaher said that it was the teachers last week. Historian Explains why Nations First Ingenious zero or no number

unanimous consensus of the "This list of books which you which enables us to distinguish \\\EVCHPR\S'c\c

grade school principals that have received was one that between ninety thousand four RES

___ the revision of the teachers' was chosen after careful study Settlement was Named St. AugustineBy i hundred and three, 90, 403, and

guides be postponed one year by the college that did 0 u revaluation nine hundred and forty-three, .SOH l
I until the teachers and principals this year. Each book 943. SPC
Father 3Iichael V. Gannon
could have an opportunity on the list was reviewed, together These ideas were not discovered -
to become better acquaintedwith Director, :Mission: of Nombre De Dios
with all the publications at the same time. In
the newly approved text AUGUSTINE, Florida, founded by Pedro Menendez Aviles 398 years ago on 1
in that same field. ST. fact it was in the 5th or 6th
books. "Publishers were Invited to September 8, 1565, was named after the great fifth century Bishop of Hippo, but century A.D., rather late in sLi

"We have adopted a new Boston College to discuss their not because Menendez sighted,the harbor on the feast day of that saint, as is widely be- man's development, that they

list of textbooks for our Diocese books, as well as other school lieved. were combined. The Moslems,
and, as you know, these superintendents and public Rather, St. Augustine was so named because Menendez first sighted Florida's shore- who transmitted Greek, Hindu

textbooks will be required In L GRADE SCHOOL, Page 12 line at Cape Canaveral on that feast day-August 28 of HISTORIAN. Page is and Iranian learning to the
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Page Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept. 6, 1963

I ;torida ReportsMelbourne .- ',_ 'WT7 : ";. : J JI.; ._Jtl'Il;, J.I..II. .jAf"II'f/ : 'f,;,: I DCCW Corner I

,. ""n. "'. ".,...... _"" "" We must get into the full swing of action this
.s <;ii., _. .. ACTION
. and development chairmen
: :. ..
Fernandina ._. .. ... .......
,. .. .
<; .. < in all of the affiliations will have plans to activate the or-
... : .
LADY OF LOURDES BeachST. :... .. '. ganization meetings. All organizatons should meet andgreet

Father Felix Banos presented II .' : / / >; every women in the parish particularly newcomers.
the'program at the recent meet- MICHAEL .. .., ". ; i.I ""IIF Publicize-the meetings-the
ing of the Catholic Women's Forty Hours Devotion Is -- ,', ( ,. ; !,.. < ir ; place and time. Have noticesin magazine replacing" Monthly
Message, will begin in October -
Club in Our Lady of Lourdes planned In St. Michael Church : : ::' the parish bulletins, local
parish. He showed films of the Fernandina Beach this year '. :: :: for 10 consecutive issues
rII and radio. All the women -
elementary school's field day September 2224. Father Dan .. .: ':;:,, .'i'l ;.:-.i \;-" .. papers combining summer months. It
\ '" of the '
par *"
Cullen S.MJL assistant at St. ';;:,; : L ' and views of the parish May :. t-' ishes should]
Patrick Church In Jacksonville .- .. ""'- 5,;' ; .t1L. : i for women and what lay \\omen
nion crowning events.A and. First Commu- will conduct the Forty u'I "II": : :s: .. ;.; < .' be encouraged : are doing toward participation

(1) :: ,. to join our and leadership in Church
successful festival in mid- Hours upon the Invitation of i- !'.. : eS' ranks in this '.
August raised funds for the the Fernandina pastor, Father ",i <;\ : _.. ,,,.,...' ; work of Catholic ''', and community affairs.
: :# will
-- This magazine automatIcally -
-" .
furnishings of the new convent. William J. Holmes. .. : Action. : individualsand
be sent to all
Members were asked to bring The Mass of exposition will Our "MonthlyMessage" t'

new members to a meeting to take place at 11:30: a.m. on the _- _- -- .L no --,,,,,..- _.____. ;00 .,. "' :4 says affiliates who have been
the "Monthly Ies'sage"
be held at the parish hall on Sunday 0 f the Forty Hours "Now is the receiving
September 18. A covered dish opening. Evening devotions at FACULTY HOLY NAME ACADEMY.. SAN ANTONIO.. ANNOUNCED time and "Women in Catholic
-- ---- --- to unite "
supper will be served. 7:30: o'clock Sunday, Mondayand Ormond BeachST. At Graduation Sister Carmen O.S.B., prin. ences), Sister Thomasine our efforts, Mr s h.*i>*r* Action. Both of these publications

Tuesday will Include sere cipal o( Holy Name Academy (science and mathematics), shoulder our responsibilities are now discontinued.

mons. BRENDAN in San Antonio, has announced Miss G. Maertens (French be soldiers of Christ for His Affiliation presidents deanery

ST. PETERSBURG Father Irvine Nugent has Cites PerilsIn the faculty for the and physical education), Sis- Church and become inspired presidents and diocesan chair-

BradentonST. been Invited to speak to the coming school year. The ter Mary Grace (guidanceand 'doers' of Catholic Action." man receive this magazine by

JOSEPH members of the Women's Club SeparatingTrue staff includes' left to right English), Sister Carmen Pope Paul recently told the virtue of their office.

Flowers for Every OccasionTinmanfs of St. Brendan parish. His talk Sister Imelda (home economics (principal, Latin, religion); Catholic Action leaders that It Ail other persons wishingto

All women of the parish are will inaugurate the club season Values ), Sister Maura also not pictured, Mr. Miguel was their special task to receive this magazine,
FlowersBonded Invited to attend a membership "word" should write to
at the social hall on September (speech-dramatics), Sister Zepeda (Latin and mathematics "make use of their valuable
tea sponsored by the St. J 0seph"s XCCW, 1312 )IassachusttlsAvenuf'
Florist! will be 9 ;at 8 p.m. NORMANDY, Missouri ,(XC) Anna Marie (librarian), Miss ), Sister Gertrude (business energies of rebuilding the
Guild. It an 5
Girls ,in_ .the second grade music religion), Mrs. X.W. Washington
Telegraph Delivery -Bishop John J. Wright_ of Christian community, for
8, Rosa Fernandez (language),
event of Sunday, September D.C. A subscription cost*
through high school Invitedto Andrea (art), and a Priest
3931 I Central' Ave. 862.3661 are Pittsburgh has warned here: of"perilous" creating a new faithfulness to
In the parish haIl on 15th Street consider joining the Girl Sister Caroline (English), from Saint Leo Abbey, who four dollars per year. Send
separation of intellectual the parish to the reception of
between the hours of 4 and 6 Sister Scholastics set.t check directly to the
Scouts. The troop sponsored in and values (social will teach senior' religion. the sacraments and to your
ENJOY AUTOMATIC the parish will differentage spiritual .._......,. IJ---,..;.---, ...w--. partici- national office.If .
p.m.St.. Monica's Circle whose cover among Catholics. q j I 1 t.t:. pation in the liturgy."
would like a speakeror
For details inter. n' it Ik you
"Keep.FHIed"DELIVERY and development groups. Bishop Wright chargedthat .."" T' i.ftj m These are the dates and locations -
Is organization '
project t Information for a program
ested persons may telephone zi :
separating spiritualfrom of the various
the hostess *****
will be
677-6196. Mrs. Martha Harris the intellectual "has resulted 1 I i.1. meetings this Fait St. Augus or the film "Challenges of

Phone: circle. of 21 Raymonde Circle, Ormond in a tragic diminishing! I I; ft' : j ;I tine will meet October 8 at 1963," a film on NCCW writeto
:Mrs. Alvin Bazley Diocesan
p i St. Pefe 898-1111 of the witness of Christians"In p- iuS Tallahassee; Southwest Coast,
Father Nell A. Sager has an i chairman of the speakers bureau -
I Clearwater-446-8314 MUMFORD the world. October 16 in Bradenton; West
208 San Juan Drive Box
nounced the organization of and I Coast October in Dunedin
"Often Religious spiritual 17 ;
1I.frtgratIe Air ConditioningIIrat t 133 Ponte Vedra Beach. Flor.
QIttA Pump Settle the parish kindergarten.Classes directors have tended to Orlando Central, October 22 In ,
!! .
Good U..II ApplUneei "will begin on September despise Intelligence," he as. L DeLand. ida.
S1.th. St. SouthPboa. ::: 1 A bientot.
16 for daily sessions from : ;
serted in a recent commence- Farther notices will be
8 to 11 a.m.Parish AntoinetteMrs.
PINELLAS Day 86-887 MU 818-S141 ment address at Marillac Col- given to you but please make

shuffleboard courts lege. br' < i! note now of your own meetIng Joseph Schoebert

opened this week. A club is Joseph Cardinal Hitter Arch- ________ place and date so that yon President
being organized by Matt bishop of St. Louis, presided at will be able to attend these

,PARISH PHARMACY GUIDEGULFPORT Queenan 18 Palmetto Drive, the graduation ceremony and A meetings. A lot of prepara.

whose telephone is '6770716.. awarded diplomas to 65 Sister tlon goes into the planningof

graduates representing 13 different these pleasant and ednca ST. PETERSBURG
JacksonvilleHOLY religious communities. : tional meetings.

$ ..
ROSARYDates Marillac College a projectof ,4." '_ -' S 5"S"' ',-. ATTENTION dloeelan
and times for the October the Sister Formation Movement FS' S board members: The fall board
bazaar benefit of the is attended by Sisters exclusively S + 'S meeting will be held November

parish have been designated at It is conducted by 19 and 20 at the Cherry 5V4%

Holy Rosary parish. The events the Daughters of Charity of St. Plaza Hotel in Orlando.

will take place on the school Vincent da Paul. 14MoT4i "Word" has it that NCCW is
grounds, 4920 Brentwood Avenue Bishop Wright In his address coming out with a publicationto

Jacksonville October 5 said: : inform, interpret, and entertain -

from 4 to 9 p.m. and October "The Catholic concept of women! Word the new CATHOLICChurchHospital

-- your Doctor's prescriptions 6 from 1 to 8 p.m. knowledge accepts with I

will be filled promptly at gratitude all that is naturallytrue ,'

these parish pharmacies. Cardinal WyszynskiDETROIT beautiful and good, I -- _. _,"","" '....r--
(XC) Richard since it is the image, not the PLAN TIlE LATEST ''''ORD' . School

Cardinal Cushing told Detroit's enemy, of divine truth, Staff members of the National Council of Catholic

people of Polish backgroundthat goodness and beauty." Women show the cover design of the organization's new BONDS S
DRUGS Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski "This is the Catholic concept c7eu453orI
official publication to Margaret Mealey (right) NCCW 0 - -
primate of Poland, has accepted of knowledge, but unfortunately -
..;. executive director. The first issue of "Word" will be off
-:::.r.: OYalgreen Gfgency/ his Invitation to visit it is not the concept amongall DANIEL T. WINTER &: CO.
: the in October. Pictured with Miss St. Petersburg
press Mealey are .
the United States in 1966. The Catholics, he said. 48 ri rld TkAtr BnlldUfat.

: Your Neighborhood Druggists Self-Service Archbishop of Boston said thata Bishop Wright said the "dis Jane Krause ,(seated) and :Marguerite Follett. 4645 9th Street, North r.t.r.burg i, :ru.PK. tm

Phone 344-0011 I 5009 Lakeview Avenue rally of 100,000 Catholics was integrating poison" that separ- NAME ...........&.._. ..., i.......
Gulfport Florida planned in Chicago in 1966 in ates spiritual and intellectual Advertisers appreciate it ADDRESS .....................
I commemoration of the 1000th values has affected all of 1 when mention
30 MInufe Free Delivery Top Value Stamps Coming Events you CITY.STATE........
annual anniversary of the in- western civilization and has THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC r.o.

troduction of Christianity in spread into the Church and the This column 1I.U fa tor* benefits, special meetings and events of marc
SERVING SACRED HEART PARISHS Poland. Cardinal Wyszynski accepted formation of Religious. than local Interest. AdTanc notice of regular meetlnrs will be omitted.

his invitation to come "The work of nature must Diocesan Priests'' retreat Rummage sale October 2-4,

i 544-6669 to this country but did not be done first," he continued. September 16-20 St. Augus Sacred Heart parish, New

mention any specific date he "When it is done, then the tine.Fall Smyrna Beach, sponsor. T\ %' LIVE SAFELY !

mewIDRUGS said. Lord is not working in a hat sale, September Bazaar, October 5, 4 to 9 23

-a vacuum. We will have brought 13, Titus*ille Woman's Club p.m. and October 6, 1 to 8 DRIVE SAFELY !

7741-49TH STREET. N' PINELLA5 PARK. Named Bishop Him the stuff by which His building; THusville; St. Ter- p.m., school grounds. Holy \\IsI.( Consult this directory before your next tankful of
VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope transforming power can renewus esa AVoman's Club sponsor.
Rosary parish, Jacksonville.
or needed repairs You'll be glad did.
DOWNTOWN PARISHES Paul VI has named a 31-year- first and then the face of Board meeting, Orlando gas you
meeting St. Augustine
old Polish philosophy professora the earth." Central Deanery, DCCW, Sep
Deanery, October 8, Tal PATRONIZE OUR
Bishop. Father Bogdan Bejzeof Cardinal Ritter commendedthe tember 19, 10:15: Coronado lahassee. Blessed Sacrament
the Warsaw theological founders of Marillac College Hotel, New Smyrna Beach.

INC.ST.PITERSBURG academy becomes the fourth for their efforts to improve :Forty Hours devotion' Sep' neCnlel'ting, Southwest

auxiliary Bishop to Bishop the intellectual forma. tember 22-24, St. Michael Coast Deanery, October 16, HAZElLS'I'

FLORIDA Michal Klepacz of Lodz. tion of Sisters. Church, Fernandina Beach. Bradenton.

September 25, card party, Card party Bishop Kenny 1L't \Smclain)
TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU Garden Center, Jacksonville High School Jacksonville, \

534 CENTRAL AVE. 666 SIXTH ST. SOUTH I Try This Kitchen Treat I Auxiliary to All Saints Home October 16, 8 p.'".; Blessed SERVICE 1iY'I\

TELEPHONE 862-1141 MEDICAL SQUARE for the Aged, sponsor. Trinity parish benefit.
ncew'mf'edng, West Coast ... .. "
14th St. ot Iftfh A. S
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED Deanery, October 17, Dun- I-hon 867- tRFXII 0 nee Sf op Auto Service'

I Pope Hopes For edin. GREEN STAMPS 4998 Seminole Blvd.
>th St. 18th Ae. So.
DCCW I'hon. ".-41>S PHONE 392-1962
r- meeting, Orlando
I Universal FeelingOf .
+ Central
Deaneij, October 22,

I. After Church h I Brotherhood DeLand.Diocesan Kucbaristic; Congress Transfiguration St. John's

-- f'iirs. CASTELCAXDOLFO (XC)- October 27, Jackson.

Mi1: Meet All Your '_ F .. Pope Paul VI has urged participants \ille. STANDARD

; e' i, at a recent general audience Rummage sale October 29, Pit OIL'

Lq FriendsAtThePark to pray that non-Cath- Blessed Trinity Women's

Utnis lics vill one day experience Clnb, St. Petersburg, sponsor.' JANSSEN'S COMPLIMENTS OF
outs he S Q iT e feeling of brother-
rutieuii Lane Card party, December 6, STANDARD SERVICE EARL COX
flood that is sensed by those
11 Kill St. Teresa parish, Titusville
; 49th St. & 38th Ave. No.
US to MJ attending a papal audience.
Woman's Club, sponsor.Multimillion ST. PETERSBURG Standard Station
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"Our impression is that We Dollar Top Value Stamps St. Pete Beach Ra.

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$3.25 million high school
"Your coming to the house
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John Cardinal O'Hara, will
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Form Into ball. Roll out to form a 12xlS-lnch rectangle. Cut
audience to return home and Catholic elementary and dioc.
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I The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept. 6, 1963 Page Three

High School Language :':7r '.F w:. l try '

Sr. Dorothy Appointed

Program Discussed TeachersHigh

Head of Barry College

school foreign language programs, teaching methods, and testing procedureswere

among the topics covered at a panel discussion held at Bishop Moore High School MIAMI-Sister Mary Dorothy O.P., head of the Barry

in Orlando last week. The discussion was part of the diocesan teacher's meeting held, College Department of .Education when it opened in. 194Zhas
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prior to the opening of na ;. +sirll returned this year as president of the liberal arts col-

schools in the Diocese of St. colleges and universities require -]programs to stimulate interestIn lege in Miami Shores. Sisters of St. Dominic of Adrian,
at least two years of a j the Y
study of Latin. It was
Augustine on September 3. modern foreign language, these ,decided that the diocesan -+ ''e4llY Michigan, reported this in announcing recent appointmentsto

The panel, composed of subjects should also be empha-I schools should institute their the school's faculty.
teachers from three School whenSeptember classes! resume
high Well know edU,3torsIn
sized. n
programs 16 will greet the
headed schools In the Diocese, was The panel considered which ]but that the outside programs < sto !. the South, Sister Dorothy following new members of

by Father Peter C. language should be stressed in ;should be made available to "; served as supervisor of the
Dolan, president of Central schools staffed the Adrian the faculty:
this particular area. In viewof student who is interestedIn ,
> r Jt Sister Alma Christa O.P.,
High School, Mel
the large numbers of > Dominican Sisters in Florida
j them.
bourne. The other members of Spanish-speaking people in this w.S ti from 1942 until 1946. Barry College graduate andnr.th'e
Finally the panel turned. to of will direct
the Tampa
panel 'w ere: Timothy the She dean
Diocese and growing importance *; E Eq was formerly at
Murphy from Bishop Barry of commerce with the 1 the question. textbooks hid\ Siena Heights College in the Barry Tara Singers and.

,High School in SL Petersburg; Latin American countries, It 1 1 testing programs. It had been Adrian, Michigan, and was the teach music literature and mu

Sister Edward Joseph S.SJ., was decided that Spanish (decided at a previous meeting first woman member of the sic education.

Bishop Kenny High School, would receive greater stress. [1 that the Henley series would t r A M,. Southern Association of Col- Sister Judith Mary O.P., who

Jacksonville; and Sister Kath However, it was also point. 1 be dropped possibly in favpr _r.asaaw."at -. J.,", .9.-4+W----._ _. r ,....._._ .._>..; .:. ... 'j leges. formerly) taught in Adrian Palm Dominican
leen Francis O.S.F., Central ed out that the other foreign 'of the American Heritage ENGLISH TEACHERS MEET IN AFTERNOON SESSION Sister Mary Alice O.P., ex- schools Laudardale in West and
Catholic High School, Mel- Beach, Fort
bourne.. languages should be offered 'series "Using Latin. Father Bernard F. Dittman (right), president of Central Catholic High School ecutive vice-president of the Detroit will teach physics and

the where possible.The The, progress tests issued by In Clearwater, presided over diocesan English teachers in a panel discussion last college for the past five years chemistry.
The first topic concerned
foreign language program in panel then went on to 'the Catholic University of Thursday afternoon. All of the high school teachers met in sessions in classroomsat .., has been In California.reassigned to a position After eight years, Sister

the high school. Classical lan- discuss the conversational ap- ,America were discussed. Bishop Moore Girls' High School. Students returning to the Mary Elaine OP. returns to

should be stressed and proach to language instruction.This Barry College where she for
guages ..
there should be some standardIzation method, it was stated, is In Pope's Letter ;e. . 119lI1R R 1 't''. 41 merly was a member of the

of the Latin courses, very useful and at the same sociology department for seven

making them either two or time effective, however, it CooperationBetween J Held 'Vital'nfs .
four years, the teachers agreed.It should not be utilized to the years.A pioneer member of the

exclusion of lessons In the faculty at Barry College, Sister -
was noted that since most
grammatical aspects of the Pare TeachersPope Agnes Ceclle 0.1will

language.It teach theology and pliliovophy.

ST. PETERSBURG was noted that a good VATICAN CITY (NC-] Paul VI has said in a .

background in English gram. letter to Catholic teachers mel eting in London that parent- Sister M. Aquiline OP. will

mar is the basis for the study teacher Instruct classes in Spanish,
cooperation "has com and teaching of a foreign the world of today." French and German.
language. .important subject, the dele
James O.P.
The Pope said that the discussion Sister Margaret
The conversational methodis gates to the congress will be
i 0 f the 250 teachers will teach metal crafts, draw
an excellent means of Introducing meeting at the fifth triennial'guided by the Church's teaching ing calligraphy and graphics.
GREENHOUSES the student to a lan- as set out clearly In the
FLORIST congress of the world union of
t 80 Lakerlew Afe. 80.' guage and familiarizing him Catholic teachers will be guidedby I encyclicals and pronounce Moving 7'f'fl11
WE WIRE FLOWERS with it. After some time, how ments of Our venerated pred- .< y bMe
861-!l:1G the Church's teaching on gladly forward "The Florida
ever, the grammar must be ,the ecessors, regarding the prior Catholic- to your new .ddrns.
ST. PETERSBURGJackson's "prior natural right of the :
emphasized, the teachers: said. natural right of the family In Let'. have beth the .!Id and the
family in the education of : Bw .n. (with the comes lOt thep.rlhra
The next dealt with the education of children and
topic It .)
children and the Church'srights rt'p.f'th.I" peulbl.
the use of state and national the Church's rights in the field
in the field of educa
Shoes tion." of education," Pope Paul's letter .

Ladies' & Men's Edouard C. Craig The letter, dated July 27, was 'I said. ,, I- CLEARWATER

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Beck A.A., of Salford, chair
In this inexhaustible fecundity Yr
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Member :congress in London, and We i a n family, that. the Grade school faculty mein- PJankey, principal; Mis. Dor- at their Blessed Sacrament PHONE 446-6975

Federal Deposit' Insurance Corp. would\ request you, Venerable Church and, the family bers gathered for a moment othy jeich, Miss Pat Owen, School were in Orlando for .

Phone 391-9911! Open Sat. 9-12 assembled may be said to constitute between programmed acti. Mrfc Jessie| Wagne, and the professional meeting but 1213 Cleveland flaia

together one and the same ity at Orlando, last week. were not present! when the CLEARWATER FLORIDA
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sion of Our paternal greetings temple of Christian educa. Above are some of the mem- picture was taken.
and encouragement."The bers of Blessed Sacrament other members of the faculty
For Catholics Of Pinellas County tion.
congress is to considerthe School faculty from Largo, that serves; tinder the dire,

theme: 'Cooperation be- Pius XI from the left: Mrs. Ruth lion of the Fathers of Charity CLARK'S
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1 SMu1aml 1I representatives of the World I Church, August 29, 1963. schools, also teaches science erfut: ,

II Union of Catholic Teachers, Various interests were con- Elizabeth, who also teachesat and math at the Jacksonvillehigh Sandy Surf HOTEL\Son t ON J

A 3Ltd with their competence, expe- 'veyed by those attending the Assumption said that she school. He commented on
In IICllnn rience and well known fidelity :meeting. Nick Agliano of Most came to Florida because she the religious atmosphere in In the heart of Miami Brarh'a

I 940 TYRONE SHOPPING CENTER I to the Church. Holy Name School in Tampawas had heard of the need of Catholic schools, and noted flarfslde seetlo.hl.. fine resort

I ST. PETERSBURG Phone 345-5900 I "In their discussion of this : primarily Interested in teachers here. She previously that religion and science are often.arroundl friendly<<.. relaxing Informality dUertlnn, btnntlfal $2 50

I .II learning more abou the coming taught in Minneapolis.She mixed successfully. Print Btarh. Pool Dining RAAIH.
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NCEA Meets .
nlenee. Ir Pay, Per revs.
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK .This will be his first year of discipline that is held in the cators' meeting such as was FREE ft.U-r.rklnr .. rmUvf! Obi Oecmpy. 25 .f II
WASHINGTON (NC) -The teaching music at the West Catholic schools. She felt being held in Orlando was avery Two Block. Iron Catholic thatch r..m.. Until live.
1DJ Spirflt Pasadena National Catholic Educational I Coast grade school. that this fact better enables write for FREE Color Brochure ZOtb. Special rat. e
good idea. Ponno Hale, :Manager for Florid resident.
Association announced here Ralph Jusko, who wIll again the students to concentrateon .
"The schools have 0V TilE OCEAN AT ntht. / (U\1I IIKAClf, FLORIDA
Offers Y0UDlo; >* piyroenfi For that its 1964 convention will I direct the scores of choirs at studies. public
similar and muchis
FINANCING & REFINANCING be held In Atlantic City's convention 'the diocesan congress, held a Helen Doyle who teaches In gatherings, "
to be learned from them,
hall March 31 to ;:meeting with the music Our Saviour School In Cocoa
Coach Deucco said.
April 3.Monsignor. teachers following the noon Beach, told The Florida Cath- srcNrrr WOMAN

Frederick G. :Mass. olic that in her 30 years of Teachers from St Paul

j Hochwalt, executive secretaryof :Mary Frison and Elizabeth teaching experience, in both School in Jacksonville were
also interviewed by Florida
the association of Catholic 'Levandowski are new teachersto public and parochial schools

educators, said the NCEA's the diocesan educational she'.has found discipline to bea Catholic reporters. Mrs. Vir
who has taught ginia Baffari, who has public ,r r
convention planning committee ;system. Mary, distinguishing characteristic .
school teaching experience, it f.
; and its executive board had :previously In Connecticut pub- of the parochial schools.
:lic schools, said that she found said that the Catholic schools
Martin *J, selected "Catholic Education She also commented on the

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ful" and appreciated the cox P. T. Rahaim, who now
theme. age' has made in the subject
.' ..., x,'... .,; *'"' matter for teaching. teaches at Morning S tar Phone 446-7330 .'
,r. "'h> ._. -. ,.. .w. -r '",9..:... ..:-1 School, Jacksonville, said that
Janice Fishback, teacher atOrlando.s Hat Trims
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For Clubs ? Y d the cooperation between Sis- ::

0 p' -. .J7.t St. John Vianney ters and lay teachers is notlce- Flowers Ribbons Buttons, Belts .1
For Holy Name tl/ School, explained that she decided
in diocesan schools.
ably our Fashion Aids and Notions
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1 Catholic Frank J. Sheed Pope Paul VIJoyful f .

.1 Comment

c Mass Offers. ,Again to God Spiritual Union Visualized

True Sacrifice of
Calvary FOLLOWING is a partial text of the speech of Pope Paul VI at the monastery of St.

After the Meeting *
... Calvary. In fact Mass isn't a sacrifice at all,.because' churches. Since the Pope spoke without a written text, the following is based on a recording -

..., Christ isn't slain. u __made__ by_ _Vatican. nsolation__ n_ tn__ him_ ___ to witness and now. and ask you to pray
WITH the successful completion of the raw possibilities of the individual student Do not begin your answer by talking of Mass and Radio. JNo official text has prayer In different tongues to the Lord that it result in a

meeting in Orlando it is and bring them to the fore. It must aid Calvary. You will get nowhere with the been released. \and different rites and know future reality .

well for us again to remind ourselves of the pupil in realizing his seminal greatness.It questioner until you have discussed with Pope Paul VI described the that' all is done in unity. Then "I desire to make mine the

the gigantic commitments that the Cath. must take the child of God and make -; him what sacrifice means and where slay- monastery of St. Nilas as "a ;he added wish which, with sudden and

olic Church in the United States has madein him a man of God equipped to exercise his ing comes into it. Throughout the ages singular but stupendous phenomenon "How beautiful it wouldbe spontaneous generosity, welledup
the field of education. The expenditureof talents in a highly technological age. l sacrifice has expressed a feeling so universal -Greek-Byzantine a community Rite with of a ;[ If we might sense a great in the heart of my predeces.

personnel, money, and effort in this The task of education is perfectly con S : that we can fairly call it instinctive fine company of monks called deal more that spiritual union sors, especially John XXIII. I
which unites to the Eastern issue the invitation
us wish to ,
Diocese alone staggers the imagination.Our -namely that something of the measure-' Basilians This is island
sonant with the wider apostolic mission of an ,churches. I think especially of and would that We could truly
schools and educational institutionsare less store of:,gifts God has given to men of spirituality which is distinguished -
the Church. The teaching mandate of the the Catholic churches of the make Our voice sound as the
a tribute to the zeal of the clergy and should be set aside and offered back to i by a rite which is consecrated '
Church is to proclaim the good news of East this beautiful crownof trumpet of an angel which
the generous support of the people. Him, as a way of uttering men's awareness i by a very long tradition Eastern Rites which already come!
Christ in and out ((2 Tim. are says:
season 4,2))
These efforts that all things whatsoever are His. They evoking attention, venera-
great emanate from the in perfect communionwith "Let fall the barriers that
carries with it the
charge obligationof knew that their action did not make the offered tion and devotion, best wishes
thing they
unflagging conviction that education can- Rome separate us!
Christianizing (and thus humanizing) I, and benediction .
not be divorced from the revealed Truthof all any more His than it was already: simply it was no longer "Does my vision stop here? "Let us explain the points of
things. To this end Catholic education Tope Leo XIII, Pius XI
Christ. It is not so much a matter of theirs. You with ;your rites have similarities -doctrine which we do not have
seeks to establish the harmony that should self. His enemies did the slay. and the recent Popes have
supplying the curriculum with God had given It for their with so many other in common and which are
courses in exist between secular accomplishment and Ing, not even knowing that always sought to honor and ,
use, they could have used it churches which derive from still objects of controversy Let
religion as it is of providing profane knowledge !- the ultimate goal of creation and creatures they were taking part In a sac protect the Eastern Rites and
the for themselves, they chose not the same single source 0 u r us seek to make our creed
necessary framework of theology.The rifice. The slaying was wholly to show how much they
God.The to. Naturally they did not look Lord Jesus Christ. Do you not common and firm. Let us seekto
true Christian humanism that Cath- theirs, the offering wholly His. esteemed their presence In
teachers' meeting in Orlando is en- about for something they could invite me to look also to all articulate and compose our
olic education strives after is only In the Mass, the Priest- the Church along with the
pos- find no possible for and those churches of the East hierarchial union.
for who still use
couragement all this
sible by relating the limited goals of the see as a doing what Christ wills Him Latin Rite, not considering
"Let's offer Him that." which have the same Baptism, neither to absorbnor
say "We want
arts and sciences to the ultimate end of prime responsibility of the Church. The to do, in power given him by it as the voice of a stranger.
(Actually, they sometimes did, the same fundamental Faith, kill all this great flourish
man, God. This integration is sought on determined zeal of Priests, Sisters and lay- to the rage of God's prophet.Do Christ offers the same "Here at Grottaferrata we have a valid hierarchy, have ing of the Eastern Church, but
Christ who slain witnesses
was are of a great marvelin
all plateaus of accomplishment, from the men in discussing and enlarging their read the first chapter of the this sacraments which are effica- We wish to regraft it to the
Calvary to same heavenly respect: an Eastern Rite
primary through the college level ideals and ideas of the educative processis Malachias; but that was in a Father. monastery which centuries cious of grace? single tree of the unity of

The very word "education" connotes not merely edifying, it is prophetic. It time of religious deadness.) You may have to pause to. has stood at the very gates of "We regard them with a Christ May the cry become

; the drawing out of the student's poten- of the When they truly wanted to make clear to your questionerour Rome. It is a symbol of the double feeling: one which also a prayer. Let us pray that,
efforts that all will honor God, they took some- certainty that the and God exalts: Our spirit in the fact if not In our) age, at least In
tialities. Thus consecrated present willing, a
must do more make for the thing valuable and that these Christian
preservation and advancement removed it host is truly Christ's i presage and an augury of the Eastern succeeding ages, unity may be

than impart information. It must take the of the ideals of Catholic education. from human use-made it body, the consecrated wine future. churches are united fundamentally recomposed of all who are

sacred, which Js what the word and substantially, still authentically Christian
truly Christ's blood. "This Is precisely why We
"sacri-fice" means. the other in sorrow at seeing and let us especially for
Make him realize that for us are here: to bear witness to
This being what sacrificeIs It is ,them separated for historic unity with the most venerableand
Father John J. Castelot Christ whom the Priestis the spiritual communion of
we might very well ask offering, as it is Christ who i Rome with the whole Eastern and doctrinal reasons"What holy Eastern churches."

I where does slaying come in. encloses the Priest's offeringin ; Church. "We are here to call It should I say? Thereis The Pope asked if the delayIn

King of Kings Praised in Psalm Sin Is the explanation.Sin His own. to Rome, for Rome can look to already in the Church all the road toward reunion

is a kind of death, the On Calvary, the Priest did I the East with truly fraternal that one can say on this point. might not be due to a lack of

the leader snapping of a vital contact with not slay the victim: at Mass the and paternal eyes, sensing the Above all, I can address a great understanding on the part of
; according tc What is more, this particularpsalm But in the God, so the feeling that
FOR ." light of Old Testa- grew Priest does not slay the victim L great joy of the communism salutation of honor to these old Catholics themselves, or because
A maskil of the! was composed for the: ment the death should enter into the offering
usage phrase Is not either. And this not only be of spirit and being In perfect and great Eastern churches.My of an inadequate knowledge .
sons of Core. A love song. ,. wedding of a king, and In ..
ancient really so startling. The He- too: sacrifices for sin
cause Christ has passed beyond I; harmony with it. sense of veneration wouldbe of mutual historical and
This is the title of psalm 44., Israel the King brews
was a used the meant the offering of
word for living
4 death,but because if there werea I "The peculiarities of rite, expressed truly with the doctrinal problems.
first sacred person. He was the (Elohim) a bit more loosely things slain. But the sacrifice In the and with that Concluding hit appeal
'. slaying Mass, then thePriest i language and manner of wor- greatest sincerity
may earthly representative of than we use the corresponding lay In the offering, not the would have to cease fora shipping God, which appear to same expansion of spirit with Pope Paul referred to the

that mean either Yahweh, the one true King of English word. They appliedit the directions the Chosen People. A royal first of all, of course, to God The Priest, representing the Our" Lord Church Charriere of after and
and represent His I i quality to the spiritual atmos- Bishop Sunday Pentecost,
t\ which wedding was, consequently, an himself but also whole community in its
to human approach -
instead.It and
slayers phere which We are visiting Fribourg Geneva was
S": 'the follow information are for especially solemn and sacred beings who stood in a special 1 to God, might or might is Christ once slain upon I i and honoring today, Is nothing authorized recently to go and saidVe are all a bit deaf and all

; of the affair. relationship with Him, like 3 not do the slaying-in the Old Calvary that the Priest offers;; other than the addition of a honor Patriarch Alexis! at a bit mute. May the Lord open
li temple The psalmist starts his judges, and to heavenly beings Testament sacrifices the animals "'
In the Mass. note to the great chorus of Moscow on his goth birthday. our senses to understand the
:f' choirmaster song by declaring that his the angels. were often slain by the The death Is symbolized by Catholic unity. The Pope said that the pur- voice of history, to understand

psalm or that formed the heart is filled to overflowingwith Given the king's unique position Temple servants. But only the that separate consecration of I! 'This chorus ealls for many pose of Bishop Chaniere's the voices of the spirit to understand .

part .of his official collection. noble sentiments and as God's earthly presen. ;Priest could do the offering. bread changed Into His body voices, and not one only, which Journey to Moscow was "proctsely His voice, echoing the

"Lilies" was a popular song of that the importance of the tatlve, it Is not surprising that In the great paganisms, wt and wine into His blood, which i can freely express themselves with the intention of Gospel-tht word of God

the day, and the psalm was to occasion has made him par he should be addressed as find sacrifice which'shock and He told the first Priests to perform I in glorifying God, confessing rendering homage and to show which must remain our 1 J.Wand

tlcnlarlj fluent. (even nauseate us: distorted when Ht Christ and animation that there Is for strength.
\ be sung to Its melody. "Maskll" Elohim in this secondary wide established the i receiving the no reason our

I was one of the technical terms Very cleverly, ht combines I.me. |ideas of God produced distortions sacrifice of the Mat at tht i cf the Holy Spirit In the rivalry or question of prestige I "On that day in which all

.used to designate certain typesof words of praise for the couple in mta's way .{ approach Last Supper.If Holy Church which Christ or pride; that there Is no question will be able to Invoke together
!: In T 10 the
Its with subtle advice aa to how, rs queen 111ft. inf: Him. you hart carried 70VCUHtloner founded a. one bmt Catholic of ambition, nor desire to I the n.m. of God of Christ
psalms prtdst meaningis
not certain. they should use the gifts of troductd at taking her place B.t wt ... *a4.nto WICtelTary with you thus far that is, optn to aU universal ptrpttuate discord or dlcsl and of the Spirit that day win!

nature which God has showered at the kail's aide for the bridal tod the MAMvndersUBd cci not in agreement perhaps Mat ; and possiblt txprtsslons, a. dtnces, which might, bar had L be t forttastt on earth of our

: The sons of Core were, as upon each of them. procession, and verses 11-16 art every tacriflot least la understanding ht i long as they art qualified and cause in the past but which LL L paradise, and ft will mark a

: wt hart seen a group of devoted to htr. She it advised mea hart tver tfftr 4 *f. will bt ready for what in aV legitimate. now art altogether anachronis. grtat spring of now and blessed

LtTltec act!,* In the litnrf. H. first addresses the king, to make the king the sole abject when, .. what th.,. wee meet the most dramatic elt- The Pope tmphasii that hit tic. 111. in the history of mankindand
calling attention to the physical of her attention and affectionand trying to do, ss. wh.... they "
mint In the Ifass. a cause for great Joy and 1 express this Intention hire I especially of the Church.
leal life of the temple, eipe- strength and beauty with which to be humbly submissive fell short, Mt why. Through and with the

dally In the area of aacred God has endowed him. Verses 4 to him. We can get inside the various Priest we hart offered Christto

: music. ft. suggest that the royal groomIs The psalmist then describes pagan cults, feel with them as His Father in heaven for Question BoxOne

attired in splendid military her beauty and the splendor of they cannot feel with one another our sins and the sins of aU

"A love song. This Is slightly dress for his wedding. the wedding march. Then In ; as the most learned unbeliever the world. Way the Eastern Rite Differs I
misleading for psalm 4 is
\ The psalmist prays that he verse 17 he returns to the king cannot feel with any God accepts cur offering.

much more than the type of[ will fight always in God's Interests and wishes for him a numerous of them. And in Holy Communion He I

,composition which this phrase in the interest of truth progeny. For Calvary was the perfect gives it back to us. Q. I understand that the be required, your best proce- step must be protected. Because -

might suggest to the modernear. and justice. The Epistle to the Hebrews sacrifice, it was what they No one sees the Mass aright Eastern Rite Catholics end dure would be to see the bride's of these provisions, it

"\Ve dIng hymn" would be were all groping towards .unless he is aware of the the Lord's Prayer with the :present pastor first. (If the may take considerable time to
: Your applies verse 7 to upward -
much accurate and since throne, 0 God, stands directly bride is non-Catholic the make the
more Christ perfect Priest, perfect victim.To movement of sacrificeman phrase "For thine is the couple necessary arrange
forever who Is truly God and -
:marriage was considered and ever; a tempered should the of ments.
a L our heavenly Father kingdom and power and see pastor
offering to
whose throne
stands forever.
sacred, ,divinely established institution rod is your royal scepter (7). i Christ offered Himself Himself ,downward movement of sacrament glory forever." Why is this? the Catholic groom.) This may For your own sake, and for

for centuries before This verse has caused And the Church makes frequent slain: but not slain by Him- : -God giving to man. I thought: we were correct in j save you some time and trou- the sake of all concerned, start

:Jesus raised it to the Incomparable scholars some uneasiness In the use of this psalm in her omitting it. ble. The pastor may give per- the process in plenty of tuna

dignity of a sacrament,, past. There can be no doubt I liturgy, seeing in it a beautiful Father Patrick O'Connor A. The phrase you refer to Is mission for the marriage to be -so that you won't be rushedat

this type of hymn has a right that it is addressed to the king; song of praise to the King of from the Old Testament (I Par. 'celebrated in another place. the last minute, or maybe

ful place in the sacred music:: to call him God seems bold in Kings and His mystical bride, 29, 10 FF). It Is found In some Since the marriage Is to be In even.have to postpone the mar.
of Israel. deed, almost blasphemous. the Church. Regime to Adjust very early Christian liturgical 'a different state, assuming that riage.

texts such the DIdache 1 the permission Is granted It
Laws with Q. May I have a Mass offered
Freedom RightsSAIGON (circa 150)). It is not, however, would be good to determine

;' found in the better Greek man- ;ahead of time what the civil for my non-Catholic

&T) Father Michael V. Gannon : (NC) The national committee of Catholic uscripts of the New Testamentnor J requirements In that place demand -friends?

-1L Mission of Nombre De DIos action in Vietnam has issued a statement this week In the critical editions of J (I.e. with regard to A. Mass may be offered for

emphasizing: everyone's right- to freedom of belief and the Greek New Testament. J license, waiting period, blood any living person or for any

I worship. stated In Pacem in Terris" The Eastern Rites have used 1 tests, etc.). of the souls In purgatory. However .

qneat capteRS in The committee asks that the The national committee the phrase as part of their Both Church and state view In the case of non-Cath

: government harmonize its dutyof urges all Catholic action liturgy for centuries; the marriage as an important con- olics, a Priest is not permittedto

law-making with this right phrase does have a long and tract. It may seem to you that announce the Mass from the
to make
loQlba catholic history "in strict justice and charity." groups efforts to study the doctrineof greater hallowed history. It Is not recognized .!many of the provisions are pulpit or publish it In the parish -
The bothersome but serious
committee reminds however as of so a bulletin.
the Church
I I so as to be ableto
Vietnamese Catholics that all the original
its inspired text by
apply principles more
Chapter 17 ships carrying 500 soldiers Vilthe{] land he saw that he 1 their attitudes and activities clearsightedly.It biblical scholars. Some earlier RANGE BUT

ACCOUNTS differ regarding 1000 settlers, and 240 horses; sent a shipload of settlers "must be based on the Catholic also more "so Protestant versions (such as S TRUE
:- of De Luna's expedition -another lists 15 ships carrying Immediately to Spain In doctrine made clear in the that unity and prayer be the King James version had Little-Known Facts for

1 I that set sail from the 1500 soldiers and settlers, Including order to persuade other 1 teachings of the Popes and" of promptly restored peace to may our beloved the phrase In the Bible. More By M. J. MURRAY .....c..4.......

port of Vera Cruz on June 11, women and children. Spanish settlers to come Join 1 the Vietnamese hierarchy. country." modern translations either put

1559. his colony. It refers In particular to the the phrase In a footnote or in
The national of _
president _
- The chronicles how _
One account lists eleven agree. The rest of the settlers were !encyclical, Pacem in Terris, of Catholic action parentheses to signify that it is f -:-
Nguyen van
ever, on the main events. Pope John XXIII, the first 1799 CUD LADV
divided into two a doubtful reading or the glossof I "l
groups. Huyen, is head of the lawyers' 's, MAD* MI0ACULDUT
Favored winds radio message of Pope Faul VIand APPEeP..4NCt 7 .5 1
by and a copyist.It
De Luna sent the first group association. The vice president, h lfi_ GROuP or
weather the his address to Vietnamese might be added here that I CDNvtorrFtifinc
to reconnoiter the countryside May van Ham originally a i FO41 I
reached Florida's shores after !students in Rome, and to the there is nothing out of order L PK:reurio, /v 1 '
by land. The second group businessman in north Vietnam, -
one month of sailing, on the two recent pastoral letters of in adding the phrase to the riz' MDO-CHIMA. I '
"el .
went up a nearby river by was formerly Vietnam's am 1 THOUGH STILL LITTItCVTtJPC I '
1\\ eve of the feast of the Assumption. -small boats. Dominican Priests Archbishop Paul Nguyen van bassador of Thailand. prayer In the liturgy as the -.-- i1IJ I KaM TC I i "' "I' -
Binh of Saigon. lifl t: F.Afl.445S4QINcAT
Rites do. There Is -
a ,
General Ton that Dinh military
both .
accompanied groups.De JI li1" l.A-VA.4G WAS
The party landed July "Applying that doctrine to parallel example in our use of .
Luna instructed the two governor of Saigon, Is- -. tc. EL1VATED
the present fcituation" in the Hail Mary. The second part 'i / I 9 p. THC RANif OP A
17 at Pcnsacola Bay. reconnaisance parties to returnto sued a late Saturday evening VM MlJO
troubled Vietnam, the committee of the prayer beginning "Holy THTS-AHOIHTecraistMTATt
Published v. Friday decree ordering that religious I '
rjr De Luna wrote to King Phillip the harbor within three or no -, / oS
FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc. II: four days, with the conse- affirms that: services be held in Cath- Mary, Mother of God, was Dull LORD K TKKCH
,J_ P.O. llox 3331 6.rdrii3t35 "1. Every has inviolable added by the Church tot h eangel's FkoMIf AJliTRAlr
person an olic churches Au-
13: l.m.t r UnUl) Urh. "I set sail on June 11, and quence that the men took with on Sunday, CAWED OH Ail LMfXALD
Orlando. FloridA 32 02 right to freedom of belief 25 from praise of Mary foundin
7 to
gust except DUKIHG THE
until the day of of them only enough food to last KEIQH OFTIJEIlIUt'
.Subscription In t..S.A. and Canada our Lady and worship. We give our St. Luke's GospeLWe C4a .
14.00 per year; other countries August, when it pleased God that length of time. a.m.The should the
support to just demands to respect
$$.&0. secure regular Sunday schedule usageof
_ that the entire fleet should
The reconnaisance lasted the Eastern Church
_______ 'The Florida Catholic Is a member this right. of Masses in Saigon begins In its
_ of the Catholic Press Association enter the port of Ochuse. As longer than expected and pro- "2. The government has the at :5 a.m. and includesat liturgical practices and recog-
and tha National Catholic WelfareConference we entered on the day I say, I
duced nothing of importance.By nize that It differs from
ours. '
News Sen'Ice. Bogner duty to promote the common least three forenoon ''v'
named the in honoras
anti !Martin publishers' rtpresenta.Ue. bay your river and by land the good and thus to make laws to Masses after 10 o'clock and Q. May a man and woman, 1'
Entered as second class mall Bahia Filipina del Puerto de
.- May 1> 19: at Orlando. Florida Santa Maria. Spaniards saw only marshesand maintain that common good. two evening )Ias .es. both Catholic, return to be : ,'!.rr .j'MA

'L.................. under I the Act of March 3. 1879.I barren land. Food gave "3. In all circumstances Most parish churches likewise married in the parish where Ik 4. OCrMt .

t "Seamen say that it is the out after several days, and where these rights and dutiesare have Sunday afternoon: they formerly lived, outsideof fi-. zerlr ? WA FiRST

EB' best port in the Indies, and the many of the men fell sick from to be harmonized with each devotions. the state in which they I CCi.E3IRTtO .IH'"

father >lnrent E. Smith site which has been selectedfor eating roots and lean that other, we request that it be Americans, military and now reside? GHANA iri 1482,

4 taecDtUe Editor founding the town Is no were not edible. done In strict justice and charity civilian, accustomed to assistat A. Normally a wedding takes WCUCH IT WAI6

editors ff ..Alarfc, ,:. Mlti A. Ucllwlji Jan! Union less good, for it is a high pointof The two parties mate their in accordance with the 11 o'clock or 630 evening place In the parish of the Catholic com Cenhuv NOTUfttlL 1572.
F' %, J0,epb- .\. Koler land which slopes down to way back toward shore-and natural law, so that the abovementioned Mass In Regina Pacis church bride. But, for a good reas- "..' \ JACQUES C1XMIHS JIAHS

_______I i I'Advertising" .. Mauager the bay where the ships come toward the .churning black rights will be respected which serves English-speaking on, it may be celebrated else day that- he' VMS known atne *>*famou s.. ''CUMCN in his lSTi1'&J RWULAR.: wm-,

T -Friday, Se JtcJ ber-, 1963 : to anchor." clouds of, tropical st rm.", within the limits and Catholics, were among those whe=e.Since. NON PfiPA" to distinguish: him from. MIS IO .

So plrased was De Luna Next week: Disaster according.. to the order, clearly- disappointed. various documents will the reigning i ntiff CLEMENTfII 'VII _ _


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, i The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept 6, 196 Pa*;*'Five

; Father John D. Mahony: Challenge is Essential, : Good Education

'(C.Btaii.d frem Pags One)
examples I have chosen .., .
couldn't manage either; it preferred First of all education be- rePre- 1..1. ,. I be acting merely as an over the learning of facts-they are: but question or even change
sent effects, symptoms of .Lice .\
to employ countin longs pre-eminently to the deeper trouble, trouble which ; ; '! seer of memory and a tester of important but only in so faras ideas when he reaches there.

boards-to keep unemployment t Church, by reason of a was founded in the simultaneous .. /1 1'l' : .'. L "J obedience when we insist on they are useful: for Involvingthe All students whether they

down perhaps. double title in the supernatural attitudes of distrust of the T'' the memorization of facts- student in a creative endeavor will attend college or not must

Roman notation, tied Irmen's .I order conferred dates, causes, results-and the challenge to which be ready to meet and use this
new and veneration for the
minds to a long-defunct old then grade simply on whether must very often be proposedby state or mind for it is the
exclusively upon her by regardless of merit.
glory, was alone acceptableand I or not the) student has done as the teacher. standard of the school and

1000 years elapsed before God Himself; absolutely Education PrejudicedThe he was told? Teachers ChallengedBefore that sets the standard of our

the inertia of obstinancy could superior therefore to any stagnation of intellectual How much better to use primary concluding Iant to culture.
be other title in the natural progress resulted because
overcome. sources. There ask in rhetorical
are text- a way some Monsignor i O'Neil C.

There is my meaning of order. .the malady had spread throughout books which actually contain slightly unconventional questions D'Amour, of the National Cath-

prejudice; "Our fathers usedit Pius XI education. The teachers many such selections. Thereare closely related to the olic Education Association has

therefore it is the best" placed intellectual virtue in libraries that contain vari- ideas of challenge and the stated:

even though better method was so enthroned conformity, not in discovery. ent viewpoints. Could teacher
: a that such an we- not questions I have askedof The primary purpose of a

may be available; the investiture intelligent observer as Leonardo Imitation was preferred to have the student decide how myself. I have not often Catholic school is not to form

of all past ideas with da Vinci allowed himselfto original search. Formulas replace and why things happened inhistory been pleased with the answers. good Catholics. It is rather to

perfection merely because believe in invisible pores the content they sum r _. "'" I"f" after he has seen the We expect and demand at. form intelligent Catholics."

they were adopted by a few between the heart's right and marized. Critical insight was :"""" r '...,. facts? tention and discipline in class.
As it
& :L r I see producing
generations.The left ventricle. by rationalistic elabora- >Ip .. Even using the prescribed When it is lacking might it not stimulus
demands the
result of such tion. All in all the edifice of ) text it seems discussions be due
unbending: Again: you see what I mean r. 'f questions, to our having challengedthe
I of challenge. Prejudice,
predisposition in the case of education became only a fila- ,, and assignmentscould students
by prejudice: this blinding of poorly or not at must
and all its ,
our number system arrested the eyes and of the mind to greed facade, whose brilliantly be so arranged: that the all? Minds involved in critical
flihEii be in
guarded: against eeryclas
simple structure had been allowed -
the progress of scientific ideas all except what the past has student was made to, as it thought and creative activityare
by at least 500 years. The his., taught.' to rot away.Is 10$ J were, "dig it out himself." not easily given to devising
At one time Catholic education -
tory of numbers is but one education truly free This is just an application of means of launching spitballs.
I detect a faint feeling of was praised for its train-
example. Others may be cited., from such prejudice today? I : I the method, I have described, How can we protect the
complacency here? "Certainly confess that in student .. ing and discipline. Today if it
Only in the 17th century did my h of observation and conclu students against' fact and
man begin to understand the, today we have overcome all experience the textbook has GUESTS OF EDUCATORS' MEETING sion. memory teaching is to be praised it must be for
these prejudices and blind allegiances or poor its ability to train and discipline -
circulation of the blood. Why? been the sole authority in During last week's conference of educators in Orlan- I recall a Latin class wherewe teaching generally we

Because the non-experimental, not! to tradition. I think many classrooms. Conformityto do, guests included the diocesan Priest, Father John .D. were made to write our own don't allow the student to in a more exalted way...

explanation-and I want to it ua not only the measure Mahony (left) and Father Urban Schnauss O.S.B. of the ecologues after studying one of show his restlessness on to nurture and produce graduates
Let's look at the who are trained to think,
emphasize that word non-ex numbers of the grade, but more faculty of Catholic University of America in Washington Virgils. And so, with a gram. such occasions? Absolute
again. A Frenchman disciplined to criticize and to
perimental, because we shall no shockingly, was the guageof D.C.thoritarism. mar, dictionary, and the resolution silence and no questions
fraction but a decimal; we one's character.A create.
about it later to the Master'sconstruction
have more to say copy may protect, even promoteincompetence
-of Galen in the 2nd century Anglo-Saxons while allowing a step beyond this authoritarianism and purely informational in elementary science to by constructionand !

ten-digit number system demand I also found the even teaching lead to a junior high school studentsby become the modern pas How much time do we spend Daytona BeachPRINTING

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feet and inches, to say nothing tional approach"-the amassingof boredom.I I: would entitle the course, deal of Latin but was completely tions, reading subjective exam-
of 16ths to measure weight collection of facts alone have said little ofa '
a very 'It ain't necessarily so, and miffed when the opus inations and term papers which
and 32nds to measure volume. was required and determinative positive nature, but the
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prejudice has been almost painfully ]more than mastering by rote.

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were these instructors from Assumption School in Jacksonville, from Teresa O.P.; back row, Sister Anne Gabriel O.P., Miss Katherine and Mrs. W. H. Krehl and sixth grade teachers met for a discussion at St. Charles

the.left, front row, Sister John Bride O.P., principal; Mrs. Mary Lopez, Schramm, Sister Myra O.P., Sister Victor. Cecile O.P., Mrs. Robert School last Thursday. The teachers were attending the educators' conference in

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e : Catholic School Heritage TracedTo

Florida Catholic 17th Century in St. AugustineEducation

By Father Michael V. Gannon .

Director, Mission of Xombre De Dios .
'Help Us/ Pope Asks In TodayA CATHOLIC Florida was th.5 pioneer in American educatii.n. A school under Catholic:

at St. Augustin e in 1606 antedated by more than a quarter century the
opening day rolled around for the schools of

Diocese this year more than 25,000 ele- first educational foundations Ida left for Cuba and voluntaryexile. from the diocese of Hartfordand
Join in English and Dutch col- three Christian Brothers
Appeal to ApostlateBy mentary school children trooped into over 75
onies to the north. Spanish rule returned to from Canada. With that staff
schools in parishes. These schools are staffed by The first school in the con Florida in 1783, and responsi. :he opened in St Augustine a

Msgr. James L Tucek 400 Sisters representing. about 20 communities in tinental limits of the United bility for re-establishing Catholic :St. Mary's Academy for girls

NCWC News Service conjunction with 500 'lay teachers.On States was a seminary staffed education at St Augustine :and a Christian Brothers Acad-

FRASCATI, Ital-uCome help us now!" Pope Paul VI has said in a direct appealto by Franciscan Fathers. It was was assigned to an Irish Priest .'emy for boys. Both schools>>
the level 13 diocesan and parish erected in the Spanish settlement Thomas Hassett. Father were successful from the be-
secondary named
the laity of the world to enter actively into the work of the Church. :
The Pontiff's strong and high schools greeted 4000'pupils this year. The ,of St. Augustine at the Hassett had studied at the ginning, and in 1860 two free
for this hour when the Catholic go to work today immediate. express recommendation o f College of Irish Nobles at Salamanca -schools were opened in conjunction
simple made in his
appeal was in ten different counties with
schools located
sermon during Mass at the laity has come of age." ly. Tomorrow could be too are visiting Bishop Juan de las Spain, hence spoke with them. The local
cathedral of Frascatl on the The layman, said the Pope, late. Now is the hour of the staffs that include about,50 Priests, 70 nuns, and Cabezas de Altamirano of San- Spanish fluently. He was the "Examiner" editorialized:

first Sunday of September.This "is now one of the major hopesof laity 99 lay teachers. The over-all investment in high tiago de Cuba. ideal Priest to organize new "Too much gratitude cannotbe
the Church." Recalling how "It is now that the lay people By the year 1634 the sem- educational facilities in a city felt by the Citizens of St
also-the Mass and ser schools alone is over 15 million dollars in propertyand
Father Pallotti had worked in must knowledgeably join inary had a staff of 25 Priests. then equally divided between Augustine to the Catholic
mon-began to appear as some- the aftermath of the French the hierarchy in carrying the buildings. Over and above this investment it It was here that the first native Spanish and English speaking Bishop and Priests, under

thing new in the modern pon Revolution, Paul VI remarked: cross on the road of salvationand costs the Catholic people of the Diocese to educateone American Priest, Father citizens. whose auspices the schools
tificates. It was the third successive "The first responsibilities be- immerse themselves with pupil $235. Francisco de Florencla, was Father Hassett hoped to connected with that Church
per year
that the
Sunday Pope long naturally to the Priest. the hierarchy in the diffusionof educated. establish two schools, but from have been established.
had left his summer residenceat But St. Vincent Pallotti saw grace. The laity, awakenedby Bare statistics, of course, do not tell the whole During the 18th century lack of funds was able to get Civil war broke out in 18G1

Castelgandolfo to go to a that the layman himself could modern culture, already story. Only heaven knows the preparation, the effort mission schools were established only one underway.Even and the Christian Brotherswere
the hill
church in
nearby country become an active element. feels this vocation." school forced to abandon their
at many of the Indian the one wasa
south of Rome to celebratethe and the sacrifices that have made the buildings
"The motives for the social Following the Mass, after he missions that stretched across notable accomplishment, school for lack of both funds
Eucharist and deliver a transformation wrought by the had given his blessing to the a reality. Equally unmeasurable is the actual the interior of Florida from since it provided a free edu. and students (many Catholic;

sermon after the Gospel, Just French Revolution, though crowd, the Pope talked to United talent, brain power, and love that has been ex- the first mission Nombre cation to Catholic boys and families fled into the interior

as' Catholic pastors everywhere clothed in laicism and protest States secretary of com pended by the administrators and teachers of the de Dios at St. Augustine.In girls of the city, and entered when Union troops captured
were doing. against the Church, were, how. merce Luther H. Hodges. The 1763 Florida was ceded by the history books as the first St. Augustine early In the war.)
Diocese to fulfill the mandate of the late Pope Pius
The himself had made
Pops ever, deeply Christian. American cabinet minister, a Spain to England and Catholic free school in the United Five Sisters of Mercy remained -
this apparently developing pattern "The ideals of liberty equality XI to give "Catholic education in Catholic schoolsto
' Methodist, had attended the. education came to an end as States. in St. Augustine duringthe
something to watch, for and fraternity are altogether :Mass with his family. all Catholic youth." most Catholic families in Flor. Father Hassett's school entire course of the war
he had made the three sermonsof Christian, Just as are today's ![ taught reading, writing, arithmetic -and somehow managed to keep
the three Sundays vehiclesfor deep social aspirations for justice | spelling, geography, and, their academy open. The Order
important pronouncements: and freedom. of course, religion. Negroes attended remained in St. Augustine until
August 18, was an appeal to "All of us are responsiblefor s t -R i as well as white chil- 1869. The Christian Brothers
the Eastern Christian Churchesfor our times and for our I dren. The school continued never returned.
reunion; August 25, a general brothers. y tI
successfully until 1818. 1866 was the year w h e nFlorida's
appeal for a stronger livIng "Responsibility is a tremen. The United States took possession Catholic education
Faith; September 1, an in- dous word which only the
I of Florida in 1821. program began to show real
Titatlon to the laity to go to saints with their intuitive optimism R Catholic education in the new progress.!!! ,
work in the apostolate "today conceived with energetic territory lagged until 1858 despite In that first postwar year%

_immediately"Th force. St Vincent Pallotti efforts to revive it; a plan Bishop Verot brought over
occasion of the Pope' was a pioneer of that percep- ,, to found a Catholic college in eight Sisters of St. Joseph from

sit was a solemn ceremonyto tion." St Augustine was put forward Le Puy in France to teach the
venerate the remains of Then, phrasing his words ina 9 Y II In 1843, but it failed to secure newly freed Negroes of Flor
St. Vincent PallotU-wh* a direct and universal appeal, supportIn ida. By the end of ISM the
century and a half ago had the Pope said to lay people: 1858 newly consecrated Sisters had 60 Negro children

offered his first Mass, at "The day is growing late. Bishop Augustin Verot came under instruction in' St Au..
Frascati, and who was canonIzed Become eonvlnced that it is }4 to Florida as Vicar-Apostolic. gustine.
by Pope John last Jan. necessary to work today Immediately Under his active leadership More Sisters arrived from
uary. that not an hour Catholic education thrived as
Le Puy In 1867 and 1868, permitting -
Pope Paul hailed the newly can be lost! The needs are immense never before. Both as Vicar. the Bishop to open

tainted founder of the Societyof and most urgent Apostolic and as Bishop of the schools in Jacksonville ((1668))

Catholic Apostolate as "a "Come and help n to tell ...... + Diocese of St. Augustine, Au- and In Fernandina ((1870)).
pioneer In his discovery of the the world where if truth and gustin Verot poured his en- Before his death in 1876 he
laity's capacity for good and where Is error-this world ergies and his meager funds into had additional Sisters and
he said that Pallotti had given which Is so distracted and almost Catholic schools which, be- schools in Palatka, Mandarin,

a lesson to the Church to enable overcome by centrifugal 'cp;h fore his death in 1876, he saw and Key West In that year 407
'it to "foresee and prepare movements. There.is need to ... in operation every center jof white and 248 Negro children
Catholic population in Florida. attending classes/
Teachers All grade school teachers assembled at St. Charles Therese Bluhm, speak to them on "Reading Techniques." were
Grade School It was Bishop Verot who It was not an Impressive
Social Hall last Thursday to hear guest speaker Miss The teachers had coma to Orlando for the conference. founded the present Catholic number by comparison with

Panel SessionsLast school system of the Dioceseof today's enrollment but it was
Meet In St. Augustine. the end of the beginning:: from-

week, grade school teachers representing schools High School Staffs Probe off a apse In the latter part of 1859 that date forward the Catholic-

throughout the Diocese were given an opportunity to ex- Bishop Verot recruited five schools of Florida showed

change ideas, make suggestions and discuss problems of Sisters of the Order of Mercysea steady and consoling growth.

teaching prior to the opening of school this year. The instructors Problems in Modern Math Emphasized

met in afternoon panel discussions, August 29, St. Charles Hall Filled

at the diocesan educators' conference in Orlando.The Modern mathematics, which is being offered in diocesan schools, was discussed in By a Staff Writer

groups of teachers Eiselen, geography specialist depth by the math panelists and teachers at a diocesan educators' meeting, August 29. Emphasis was placed on the With Diocese's TeachersBy
t Priests, Sisters and lay m e nand panelists. Father Brendan Lawlor, president of Bishop Barry High School, St. Petersburg, pre- use of high school libraries
divided according during the panel discussion of
women-were Fred-
Fourth grade-Sister sided at the mathematics
to grades. All eighth the talk earlier that morning from becoming complacent in English moderated last weekin a Staff Writer
erick Mary panel at the Orlando meet
grade teachers met in one King, Tampa, moderator. Mrs. was particularly applicableto their teaching. Orlando by Father BernardF. When all the elementary school teachers in the Diocesq.

room, all seventh grade teachers Louis Schultz, St. Matthew, ing.The them. The guest panelist has had Dittman. got together in St. Charles Social Hall, Orlando, one old-
were in another room, and Jacksonville; Sister Clare Eu. difference between the Students must have both previous teaching experiencein The president' of Clearwater timer in the parish observed that it was the largest crowd
through the kindergarten traditional method and the speed and accuracy, without private schools in the East. Central Catholic High Schoolwas
so on, gene O.P., Our Lady of Lourdes, the social hall had ever seen. There were a dozen and a
level. modern method of teaching going too far in either direc- Mr. Durant said that our Catholic assisted by panelists:
Melbourne and Sister Richard half different religious orders of women represented in the
At the same time, educators mathematics is that the tradi- tion to the disregard of the students seem to be more Sister Stella Marts 8.S.X.D.,
Mary S.S.N.D., Our Lady of of faces which engulfedthe
from diocesan high schools tional method stressed the how other, the teachers agreed.A interested in education. of Notre Dame Academy in Freedom Basle Readers"
Perpetual Help, Tampa, panel big hall.A .
were attending similar meet of procedures and modern caution was urged against They are of an especially St. Petersburg; Ray Mora adopted by the Diocese for
ings in classrooms on the St. ists.Third grade-Sister Catherine math stresses the why of pro- pushing students showing an "high moral character," Mr. Bishop Barry High School, good many parish Priests use in the grammar schools.

Charles-Bishop Moore High O.S.B., principal, Sante Fe cedures. extraordinary interest in Durant said. St. Petersburg; and Jeffrey also joined the large numbersof These readers, she said, are
School campus. High School Lakeland, moderator Guest panelists were SisterM. mathematics too far. Much of The Jacksonville teacher also Mosher, Santa Fe High lay teachers present. not only concerned with developing -
Earlier in the morning, Mrs. Mary Lader, Holy Camillus S.S.J., principal, the subject matter in higher said he felt that the Catholic School, Lakeland. They listened with rapt attention reading ability as
prior to the noon Mass, the Sister Rose Cardinal Mooney High School, mathematics Is college material schools are doing very well in Priests, Sisters and the laity to the speaker pre- such. The aim of the program
Name, Gulfport;
grade school teachers! had Celine O.P., Holy Family, St. Sarasota; James Durant IV, the teachers said, and is keeping up to date in the space who Instruct high school English sented to them by Father Mortimer -extends beyond the acquisitionof

assembled!!! In St. Charles Social Petersburg and Sister Marie Bishop Kenny High School, not capable of being understood age.Mr. classes in the diocesan Danaher, director of certain abilities to the effects .
Hall. There they were Carl S.S.N.D., Christ the King, Jacksonville; and J. R. Lyons, by high school students.Mr. Durant, who also teaches system engaged in lively dis- schools. of reading upon the
School Durant told Latin and French added that cussion the Miss Therese M. BInhm whole
addressed by Miss! Theresa Tampa, panelists. Bishop Moore High a Florida during afternoonin pattern of the intellectual
Bluhm, who spoke on "Read Second grade-Sister Mary Orlando. Catholic reporter that the Orlando he would like to see Russian regard to the novel, poetry reading consultant with Ginn social and moral develop

ing Techniques. William S.M., principal The Priests, Sisters, and meeting was very help- incorporated into the language and other phases of English and Company talked about ment.

Moderators and panelists on Central Catholic High lay men and women who ful in preventing, instructors courses. covered in high schooL -the use--of-the "Faith and "Word-attack skills" came in
chin diocesan high for a long explanation which
the grade school level were as School, Clearwater moderator. tea ,.
follows: Sister Mary Paul S.M., Sacred schools discussed problems the speaker enlivened by wit.-

Eighth grade-Sister Thomas Heart, Jacksonville; Sister which face all of them as instructors ticisms.
Joseph S.s.J., principal, Bishop Ignatia S.C.C., St. :Margaret of mathematics. Miss Bluhm was Joined on
Kenny High School, Jacksonville Mary, Winter Park and Sister They expressed concern both speakers' platform at theteachers'
moderator. Miss Mary Robert Marie S.NJ.M., St. Ce- for college-bound students and meetings by Dr.

Ward, Christ the King School, celia, Clearwater, panelists. also those who would assume a Elizabeth Elselen, a geography
specialist Both of them
Jacksonville; is t e r Mary First grade-Sbter Marie place in the business world were
brought to the diocesan
Teresa S.M., Our Lady of Ann S.S.X.D., principal, Our after their graduation.The meet-
Lourdes School, Daytona Beach Lady of }.rrpetualllrlp High teachers agreed that, Ing through Ginn and Com-

and Mrs. Anna Mae Murray, School Tampa moderator. where possible, math classes pany.Dr.
St. Jude School, St. Petersburg, Sister Edward Marie O.P., should be divided.The teachers Elselen la an author of' -
panelists. St. Paul, Daytona Beach; Mrs. then discussed the problems of the sixth grade's geography -
Seventh grade-Sister M. Genevieve Clement St. Pat- teaching the lower and upper I" ; coverage of Latin America,
Bernardita O.P., principal, Father rick, Gainesville and Miss levels of classes. Africa and Australia, in the.
Lopez High School. Daytona Therroe Bluhm, reading consultant Sister Camillus brought out "Lands and Peoples of the

I Beach, moderator. Albert panelists. the fact that all students are World Series."

Menendez, St. Paul Jackson- Kindergarten-Mother Ed. not capable of studying higher r : r c t r Miss Bluhm attended De-
yule; Sister Eileen Patrick O.P. wardine O.S.F., principal, St. mathematics. Mr. Lyons suggested c' ; : trolt'a Marygrove College and
St Jude St Petersburg and Paul High School St. Peters- a business mathematics, 1 u ? taught in Detroit public.

Mrs. Mary Stack, Holy Family, burg, moderator. Sister M. Bar which could be supplementedby schools. -
St. Petersburg, panelists. tholomew S.SJ., St. Joseph, basic tenets of algebra and : : : 1 Dr. Eiselen has traveled In
+i Sixth grade-Mother M. Mar Winter Haven; Mrs. M. Ryan, trigonometry.The the lands which she describe
guerite O.S.F., principal, Cen- St. Paul, Jacksonville and Sister teachers present agreed wa In her sections of the geography '
tral Catholic High School, Melbourne Assumpta S.M., Ascension, that a four-year math course t 1 4T books. She Is a professor
moderator. Mrs. Fran Eau Gallic, panelists. would be most desirable for of geography at Wellesley Col-

r. ces Krehl, St. James, Orlando, those students planning to attend .,. -, leg* In Massachusetts.In .
Sister Myra O.P., Assumption, Superior Elected college. It was also suggested the afternoon, both consultants .
I Jacksonville and Mrs. Peter PHILADELPHIA .. (X C) that math clubs be ; who came as guests tohe '
Lawley, Christ the King, Tam- Mother :M. Claudia of the formed for those students displaying : meeting participated In'
pa, panelists. Uniontown (Pennsylvania) a special interest and -4 panel discussions. Miss Bluhm
Fifth grade Sister Ann Province of the Sisters of St. skill in the field of mathematics. 1p joined the teachers of first
Bernard O.P., principal, Tam Basil has been elected Mother FS jrades.
pa High School moderator.Mrs. General of the Sisters of St. Math students must be rt k1 Dr. Eiselen gave many interesting .

Alice lios.e, st. Joseph, Basil, it was announced here. given a challenge, one of the .; --, facts about geographyo
h St. Petersburg; Sister 31er.i Mother Claudia succeeds Mother lay instructors pointed out :%{,,,,- ..:..t.,:, ; the fifth grade teachers,who
i cine S.S.X.D. St. John, St M. Zenobia, who died in In that respect the teachers -%_- : ;; -' -- -." net in a classroom- in St
Petersburg and Dr. Elizabeth Rome last spring. noted that Father Mahony's yTEACtIERS: : FOR LUNCH IN ORLANDO Hiarles' Schoola --


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Ralph Jusko: .' .-r., I[Mass Guide I]

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Sacred Music Should Be '' SUNDAY 14th Sunday, September after Pentecost.8

(Mass of Sunday, Gloria, :2nd

Servant of the Liturgy '* ?bP ,<.., Prayer of Nativity of the
b g Blessed' \1c infaa"y: Creed,

By a Staff VritcrLack Preface of Trinity).

of knowledge and understanding of Catholic i M MONDAY, September 9

liturgy, said Ralph Jusko, choral director for the 1963 '. St. Peter Clater. (Mass of

Eucharistic Congress, is the reason for lack of interest in '. ;::: feast, Gloria, 2nd Prayer of

both the liturgy itself and in the music which augments it. St. Corgonius, Common Preface

The Catholic--Church shouldbe ).
purely musical value, has no .a" wl M w.1.1w.1
a singing church, Mr. Jusko
place in the Church, said Mr. TUESDAY, September 10
It has the longest historyof
Jusko.In s St. Nicholas of Tolentino.
liturgical music In the Chris- .
accordance with a desire V P (Mats of a Confessor not a
tian heritage, a history of
expressed by diocesan officials Bishop, Gloria, Common
which it is rightly proud.It 1
that the congregation participate Preface).
is unfortunate that this V
in the :Mass at the Eucharistic
music has fallen into disuse WEDNESDAY, September 11
Congress, Mr. Jusko 15 h
and neglect.- 1 ..fT (Mass of preceding Sunday,
said that the congregation
Speaking at the diocesan ,i 2nd Prayer of St- Protus and
give the and sing at
teacher's meeting held in Orlando a hyacinth, Common Preface;
least one hymn during
last Thursday, Mr. or Mass of Several Martyrs

Jusko noted that the liturgyhas Mass. t f +i' eF Gloria, Common Preface).
Mass 16 (Credo 3)) will be
become merely a function
at the Congress and also z :. .
sung THURSDAY 12
+ September
which has little meaning to the & t r
people. There Is an obligationto the following hymns: Crown Most Holy Name of Mary.

participate in Church functions -Him with Many Crowns, Great ) (Mass of feast, (Gloria Preface
King of Kings, To Jesus' F j .
of Itie .e Virgin)
but there is little desireto
Heart, Holy God; Ecce Sacer-
do so. I aw'y FRIDAY, September- 13
dos, for the Archbishop's pro S'
As a fuller knowledge of the
cession; 0 Esca Viatorum, (Mass of preceding Sunday,
liturgy promotes interest and 0 Sacrum k Common Preface).

participation in the ritual, so Panis Angelicus, ......... '555" "" .....' .
Convivium Adoro Te Devote, SATURDAY, September 14
j and Pange Lingua. Exaltation Of The holyCross.
standing of sacred music promote The schedule for chorus rehearsals Said Ralph Jusko, left front, choral director for the Eucharistic liminary practices necessary for each school choir, so that all voices (Mass of feast, Gloria,

Interest and active participation will be announced Congress to be held in Jacksonville on October 27, outlining the hymnsto may blend beautifully when singing en masse on the coming feast of Creed, Preface of the Holy

in this area. shortly before Mr. Jusko's return be sung then. Addressing the diocesan music teachers' meeting in Christ the King. The teachers intend that the Jacksonville ball park, Cross).

Absence of a solid music to the Diocese in October. St. Charles Church last week, he stressed his dependence on the pre- site of the Congress, will resound with sacred music. SUNDAY, September 15
education program in the
w 15th; after Pentecost.
school system is another reas- t' In Dade CountyCriticism
The New
Mass of Sunday, Gloria, 2nd
on for the lack of participationin
Prayer of the Seven Sorrows
Church music. This situation -

be corrected, said :Mr.by Jusko instituting, can only a UnusualOrcKARL lination Held at DachauBy i Levelled At of Creed the, Preface Blessed of Virgin Trinity Mary). ,

basic music program in the Glenn D. Kittler Birth Control ProjectMIAMI Chalice to Shrine
school and by building up a p 4
basic repertoire of hymns and Leisner was very ill, His fellow inmates in block 26 of the Dachau prison Rf BERLIN (NO-Stefan Car

other music suitable for per knew he would nol t: live much longer. "It is a shame," one of them said, "that (NC) A program of birth control by the dinal Wyszynski, 'primate of

formance in church. he will not live to become a riest. The hope of ordination is all that kept him alive this Dade County public health department for mothers on Poland, has sent a chalice

But even with such a "program long." .there, all of them imprisoned Priests of block 26 asked if he relief rolls has drawn sharp criticism from local Catholic which the late Pope John
the main effort must Most of the prisoners in..because they refused to con. would ordain Karl if it couldbe c cx physicians and the Miami Catholic Welfare Bureau. XXIII used for Mass to Poland's

be expended- toward instilling block 26 were Priests; some, done the nazi immoralities arranged. He said yes. e They charged that it is national shrine at Czesto-
interest in music and not like Karl, were seminarians. the Catholic Physicians chowa, according to reports
which had become the law of For the next two months, a "morally wrong" and "physi Guild. here.
merely forcing it upon students Over the war years, about 4000 as's reaching
their defeated lands.
as something which Priests from conquered coun- 1 fantastic network of secret cally dangerous." "It is rather, an educational, Before he died, Pope John
The same was true of the events occurred at Dachau. In sociological and economic prob- said that he wanted to give the
has! to be done. tries were imprisoned a t Bishop Coleman F. Carroll of
Music in the Church shouldbe Dachau, and almost 1000 died !seminarians. Karl Leisner had the tailor shop, the metal and Miami has stated that he was lem with many ramifications," chalice to the Czestochowa
been a deacon when he was wood shops, prisoners, both he said. it
shrine. Paul VI to
a servant to liturgy; it is ,h "greatly concerned" with the Pope gave
j arrested. Priests and laymen, made the t. "As Catholic physician I Polish
only in this function that it R county's program.He the primate.
{ Bishop Mourned Even Dachau could not necessary articles-vestments,
question to solve
any attempt
has a legitimate place in the said that he "wholeheart\
service. Music of a non-devo- IJUXIA, The Congo (XC) dim his faith and good spirits. altar cloths, the Bishop's red $' f edly" agreed with critical state- educational and economic problems BEACH MEMORIAL

Belgian-born Bishop AlphonseJ. his chores he shoes, miter and staff, even a aI by resorting to drugs or
tional nature, regardless of its Everyday on b < $ ments issued by the Catholic CHAPEL

Matthysen W.F., of Bunia, 3 moved quietly among laymen, ring.Letters q I Welfare Bureau, the Catholic to other measures dispensed at St. Peteribnrr Beach 160-8971
1 l 72, died here on August 19 of i whispering encouragements to smuggled out obtained (fi'' f t a'A Physicians Guild, Dr. FranklynE. the taxpayers' expense in violation -

t91uun* &lm'A. a heart ailment, ending 47 i them, reminding them to say the permission of Karl's :: Verdon, secretary of the Na- of the fundamental SEMINOLE BEACH

II. Cral lr-H ii
    Ambulance Service northeastern part of the Congo. j make their way unnoticed to ordination, and the Archbishopof ;fir Christian education ment of our taxpaying popula Petersburg

    VA 4-1673 Ordained a White Father of takes in the whole
    ST. AUGUSTINE Africa in 1915. he went to the i fession. holy oils and liturgical s' 'ti' aggre- Dr. Verdon, chief of the out
    of human life physical -
    Congo the following year. He "Christ is jailed here withus books. i'i i'- gate patient clinic at Miami's Mercy AMHERSTMONUMENT

    was named prefect apostolic of : ," he often said. "As long as One sJiI.UP''Would have and spiritual, intellec- Hospital, alleged that the con-

    the Lake Albert region in 1922, .we stay near Him, we can be meant death- for everyone In-- tual and moral, individual, traceptive being used In the

    and vicar apostolic of Lake Al- ;free men in a special way." solved. In view of the strict domestic, and social, not program is "dangerous" be- ,

    bert In 1933. He was conse- In an atmosphere of despair, nazi surveillance- was incredible with a view of reducing it cause of complications which & CO.

    Jl crated a Bishop in 1934 and 'hatred and degradation which that they got bywith .......,_.a...._ ... .._..". ,1.."' .._ in any way, but in order to could arise without close super- INVITES YOUR INQUIRY

    i when his vicariate became the :.reduced many of the 35,000 \ it. OUR LADY'S BIRTHDAY elevate, regulate, and per- visIon. He added that a lung Quality Work Guaranteed

    diocese of Bunia in 1959, he prisoners to animals, Karl Karl Leisner could not be- fect it in accordance with disease or increased fertility 509 So. Dale Mabry, Tampa

    -MODERN FUNERAL HOME was named its first Bishop. ,Leisner restlessly hunted for lieve what was about to hap- On Sunday, September 8, the example and teachingof could be two of the side effects.

    pen. Optimistically, he dreamedof Catholics all over; the world
    By the time he died, BishopMatthysen's :>souls. Christ.
    Moynord A.Duryea fronk M. RyR the day when he would
    will celebrate the nativity of
    diocese, with a Dachau rules forbade any Pius XI
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    has been depicted
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    : about half Catholic. : Priests dug into their tional Federation of Catholic
    effects and last, on December 17, in rations forms of art, reflecting BRADENTON SARASOTA
    personal Physicians Guilds, and Dr. Edward
    to pool enough of the required everything was ready. With the culture of the R. Annis, Miami physician Service For 61 Years
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    items for them to say secret every who also is president of
    Mass each morning before be feeling better and obtained Lady of Thailand with the the American Medical Associa-

    A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL reveille, and frequently Karl permission to return to block Child Jesus Is depicted abot'e. ation.It ..
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    would take other men's
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    unusual ordinations in the his local newspaper that 50 women
    block 26 to receive Communionin
    of the Church took VATICAN CITY (XC)-TheSacred I
    the form of consecrated tory place. were receiving free oral contraceptives
    Roman Rota, court oi FUNERAL DIRECTORS
    crumbs of bread. The ceremony was too much from the county

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    11590Alt. 19 Ph. 3914)111) 581-7611 of their food and sent it to him died there a short time later.
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    down by the Roman Rota in
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    Rhodes East Chapel 4th St. & 7th Ave. North 862.5155 Moore High School for Girls in Orlando. The new con- attended by faculties at the August 29 educators' construction JOHN B. GORMLEY
    Also New Rhodes West Chapel 900 49th St. No. 347-4123 provides needed space and facilities for the ference.
    103 Broadway DAYTONA BEACH-CL 24771age
    school, including science laboratories. The school was

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    The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept. 6, 1963 Page Nine
    Hence the true ,Christian
    School Priests
    : Spur product of Christian Father John A. O'Brien

    education, is the super

    Religion Panel DiscussionA natural man who thinks,
    judges, and acts constantly -i Priest

    panel of Priests who teach in diocesan high schools and consistently in accordance I.FT -

    headed a discussion by religion instructors at last Thurs with right reason .',.-_. -;c __ -a With Guiding by Example

    day's educators' meeting in Orlando. Father Joseph Moran, illumined by the ,

    president of Cardinal Mooney High School in Sarasota, was supernatural light of the more conversion accounts one reads, the more im-
    the moderator.The example and teaching of I 4/ -J he becomes by the unending variety of circumstances -

    panelists included Father cussion, Father Moran pre- Christ; in other words to ; -a' which kindle the interest of people in the Catholic

    James Lara, Bishop sented a summary of the teach- use the current term the : Faith. The most apparently insignificant happening can

    Kenny High School, Jackson ers' discussion and said that true and finished man of trigger a chain reaction that may lead not to one but a
    ville; Father John Caulfield, the suggestions would be character.
    S Father Lopez High School, brought to the attention of the dozen conversions.
    Pius XI a pleasure to be in com
    Daytona Beach; and Father diocesan Board of Education. ;> Inde'ed whatever turns a non-

    James Larkin, Tampa Catholic Catholic's attention to the pany.
    Shipped to Japan, I continued
    High School, Tampa. t ___ f 1 Catholic religion may start himon study of the Catholic religion .
    Text books, now being used Florida Friends Mourn __, an investigation that will my
    and my Interest grew
    ___ "
    In the diocesan high schools, t lead him into t' "f'' ..
    Finally I secured systematic -
    4' .Jl apace.
    were discussed by the Father Maurice the household :: ,
    panelists KissaneMIAMI ",-"j', .' instruction from a
    and teachers. of the Faith. -
    tt .
    \ chaplain.That
    This is Illustrated
    Each of the panelist. has -Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley attended the In the : ,. .. f course opened a new

    prepared discussions basedon funeral here on August 31 of Father Maurice W. Kissan conversion o f : : and Inspiring vista 0 f the
    questions provided in ad.
    '- The also Bishop Coleman F. Carroll of Miami presided at the Solemn Edward F. Catholic Church and its

    answered questions panelists of the Requiem :Mass celebrated by Father Edward Kissane of I \ Moore of Plymouth teachings.

    other religion teachers. Syracuse, a brother of the \ Vermont, It began when Jesus selected
    deceased. concerned himself with its now assistant
    The teachers discussed the some men to be His Apostlesand
    Father Charles Ward was democratic freedoms, Mon. pastor of theImmaculate
    importance of background disciples. He spent muchof
    a religious -
    deacon and Father Joseph H. signer Barry said. __ Conception Cathe-
    His public life in tutoring
    for students after their
    O'Shea, subdeacon. Father Kissane was born In dral, Burlington, Vermont. Father
    in His doctrines
    A them
    graduation. Some of the topics Father Kissane, 78, a Priest Moyvane, County Kerry, Ire- -iI_.- k "--W_', .------ Moore related the main them to teach others.
    were cooperation and leadership retired from the Diocese of land. He was the chaplain for VISITS ORIENTAL RITE MONASTERYA events of his life in this res preparing
    within the parish; social Miami Council No. 1726, stirring the memorable -
    Lansing. died in Miami ume: How were
    living, I.e., family living, business on Knights of Columbus. surprise visit to the 960-year-old Oriental Rite :Monastery of St. Nilus at Grot. words He addressed to
    28. He had
    August served first taferrata made Paul VI. The Pontiff is shown As a child I had but meager
    ethics and civic obliga- the Diocese of St. Ordained to the Priesthoodon Italy, was recently by Pope present- the Apostles when He foundedHis

    tions; and the sanctity of mar- later the Diocese Augustineand of Miami July 16, 1911 at Niagara I ing to Archimandrite Teodoro Minsci the chalice he used in celebrating Mass at the religious training, and that Church: "Go, therefore, and
    of nature. Igrew
    was puritanical
    riage and the obligations of for 13 years following re. University, New York by the monastery. up with no definite com make disciples of all nations,
    parenthood. late Bishop Charles F. Coltonof them in the name of
    tirement from Lansing. He baptizing
    mitment to Church.In .
    Questions on grading systems was known to the people of Buffalo, Father Kissane of. Further Faculty Interviews. any the Father, and of the Son, and
    were also brought up by the Corpus Christi Church, Miami fered his first Solemn Mass the army at 23, I began of the Holy Spirit. teaching

    moderator, Father Moran.A since the of the late after ordination in St. Mel attending Mass at Camp Cooke, them to observe all that I have
    days Fa. Judy Hammer, a teacher dents and parents both, he said land. said that she and other
    study of the encyclicalswas ther Francis J. Finnegan.The Church, Chicago. For 14 yearshe from Jacksonville's Blessed accept him as easily as theydo members of the school's faculty California, with Catholic commanded you" (Matt. :28,

    considered important for sermon at the :Mass served as pastor of St. Pat Trinity Academy, also felt that the religious teachers. found the educators' meetingin friends. "Why? Because!: I was 10-20):? ).
    bringing Catholic, students rick parish, Brighton, Mich interested in the Catholic reli- His
    up was given by Monsignor William the educators' conferences wasa This was the same feeling Orlando "interesting and How reassuring was
    to date in their religion.The ? Not at all.I behold I
    Barry Pw\ Monsignor igan.Two good idea. expressed by Joe Binns, social stimulating. gion promise "And am
    teachers also discussed Barry said Father Kissane years ago he traveledto She too noted a "definite in with you all days, even to the
    studies teacher at Santa Fe, Sifter aid that the large hate to confess it, for it
    ways by which they could be- had an abiding love for his his native city in Ireland to filtration" of ideasin consummation of the world."
    space age who has been with the Polk! group of Priests, Religiousand wasn't a Aery noble) motive. I
    solemn Mass of
    come better religion teachers. adopted He forever a "It is Here then \\n. the author.
    country. teaching matter. a County Central Catholic High lay teacheis was "mo t went with them simply becauseit
    Personal guidance among ado- thanksgiving on the occasionof sign," she said "that we are School since it opened.Mr. inipre ne.MSister absented me from the bar i7xttion of Christ Church toteach
    his The Mass
    lescents was considered an im. golden jubilee. Hi ditinely rrsealed
    catching in the so-called
    up Catherine attended the
    Binns attended Marshall racks at the time when extra
    offered in the Immaculate
    portant aspect of their role as was truth to all nations throughall
    Schools space race. third discussion in
    Held Conception Church where he University in Huntington, grade panel K.P. details were customarily
    a teacher. Miss that the the centuiie
    Hammer said
    baptized.He West Virginia. A stint in serv- the afternoon. The moderator, selected from idle G.I.'s on Sun
    Father Caulfield brought was entire staff of the academy, Even a blind person couldsee
    was one of 17 children, ice and an interest in sports panelists, and teachers were day morning. To put it plainly,
    out the fact that it is impor. Great with the exception of a teacheron "dedicated interestedin that there is a world of
    HopeOf people-
    six of whom are still living. led him into the athletic pro going to church was a way of
    tant to present religion 'in Survivors besides Father Edward vacation, attended the con gram of high schools. For 11 their work," she said. escaping from the distatefultask difference between the Church

    1 a manner that is interestingto are his other brothers, ference. years before he entered the "Many lay teachers, new and of washing dishes. founded by Christ and the
    the student." America Two Sisters of Mercy from experienced, approached the creeds founded by men. I wasltnpti7Pd
    ranks: of Catholic school teach
    James and
    Joseph, Timothy Ireland, Sister Augustine and I didn't understand theceremonies ] by Father Horrell in
    Father Lara the panelists. Many participated.Two
    spoke on Thomas who reside in Moy- ing, Mr. finns taught in secondary -
    Sister Therese are teaching at: at llie altar, but Scndnl i, JJ11311nl: received our
    furthering of religious vocations (Continued from reg. One) ; public schools.) new teachers especially
    and Matthew residentof
    vane, a San Jose School in Jackson I did feel a -ru"e' of ieereiue. Kucharistic: Ixml.
    clpline Internal of
    particularly in young especially dis Chicago who attended the The transition! was one that poke now haying more confidence
    men. In our Catholic high cipline.A funeral. ville. They exclaimed that they elicited this thought from Mr. after hearing the helpful ) For some reason, known toGo
    were enjoying the meeting and discussions. alone, He led me by His
    schools. well rounded education de. Father Kissane is also survived Binns: discipline of Catholic The men were on their knees
    felt that it was a good idea. grace from complacent pagan
    Father Larkin added histhoughts mands, in addition to basic by Miss Mae Kissane, a students in general is superiorto "Suggestion were pointed and they were praying in dead
    John P. into His holy) Faith and
    Monsignor McNultyV.G. living
    future meetings.The
    on the subject and moral foundations, a foundationin ,cousin who resides in Miami. that of the students in the: group earnest. My interest was
    headed the delegationfrom then wondrously beckoned me
    also liked
    then spoke on the importanceof Several hundred laypeopleand public situation he knew well, teachers havinga aroused and I began to inquire
    the arts and in the sciences.If St. Patrick parish In Lar-, list of pertinent to the holy Priesthood.
    high school retreats.A 40 Priests attended the and if he had to sum up the prepared into the meaning of the Mass.
    go at the educators' meetinglast discuss Even during the one year of
    education is
    our to be great challenging questions to
    pre-selected book list, funeral at Corpus Christi reason in a word, it would be Two Catholic buddies, John
    week. He was one of numbers ministry I perceive
    lead these afternoon
    we must our youthful during my
    which would be available be- Church. "environment." Courage and James Magolske,
    of pastors present. ever more clearly the power ofGod's
    charges to a knowledge and sessions.
    fore retreat time, was suggested answered questions.
    Among those! present were There Is a respect for my
    Sister Mary Perpetua, prin- discussions grace working throughmy
    love of the arts and of the Following the panel '
    to produce an atmosphere lifetime friends of the
    sciences. cipal of St. Patrick School' in' authority in the Catholic the last scheduled eventof Indeed they did more. They weak bands. How-marve
    conducive to, the spirit of the dt'CeardIonsignor John I 1 school which he admires
    "We must sink the Largo, and the 'Sisters of Mer-1 the day, many commentedon set a splendid example and bus of God to convert my
    retreat.At essentials McMabon St. SalIna
    pastor of and contributes to, in his
    the staff accompanied K.P. into the
    were In- from
    cy on a "enjoyable" -showed ho\ their religion escape duty
    the close of the panel dis- ," he said, "deeply into the Church, Chicago, and role as a teacher. Parents cooperate very experience
    to Orlando by lay teach at the meeting In Orlando fluenced their lives. They were occasion of kindling in me the
    memories of our youth." Father George :M. Fitzgeraldof ers. One of the latter, Miss' with him so! well in Sister added. manly and decent, and it was wonderful gift of faith!
    He continued: Kalamazoo, Michigan. Estelle O'Donnell told The the Catholic classes-and he

    New Films Few have given enough attention Fourth Degree Knights of Florida Catholic her reactionsto feels that it is a strength that
    Columbus formed an honor the Catholic
    comes from
    to the function of the day's program and her
    ,... guard and pall bearers were famU '.
    Rul. nt\f\ and classified memory In education. Withoutan motivations as a lay teacher. )
    br the Llon 'of D. .n..7. six Past Grand Knights of the Miss O'Donnell From Blessed Sacrament
    unforgettable hold on fundamentals nas graduated -
    Morally Unobjectionable For the learner is forever Miami Knights of Columbus. from Spring Hill Col- School in Largo came Miss Pat

    Adults! and Adolescents1IOOTEXANNY obliged to turn back, to lose legs in 19G2 and this will be Owen, second grade teacher,

    HOOT time to relearn on the roadto I I her second! year of teachingat and Mrs. Dorothy Leitch, who
    (MGM) knowledge. A good teacher Mass Change the Largo parochial school. will teach the fifth grade this

    LIFE IX DANCER: (A. A.) will see to it that the child Sunday Mass changes have She has second graders and year-but has taught the, sec

    understands, of course, but! been announced during the finds the age group most satisfying ond grade at the school in Lar

    Morally UnobjectionableFor also that he masters and retains week by the Priests in charge. to teach because of their go. They were seated together

    Adults the essentials in the The new Sunday schedules follow eager young minds. Control of among the more than 800 elementary -

    FUN. IX ALCAPULCOParam. great disciplines of letters, of : class is no problem she says school teachers who T'r _
    ( .) because the children want to heard the talk given last week
    numbers, of nature and of Orlando Air Force Base _
    Morally Objectionable For" supernature. The child must 9:45: a.m.Tampa. learn and hang on every word. by Miss Therese M. Bluhm, II
    consultant from Ginn SISTERS HEAD _SECONDGRADEPANEL4_ _
    Their school which just a few reading
    All (Condemned) possess basic knowledge. He Christ the King
    SMALL WOULD OF SAMMY must master it. He must makeit Church, 6, 7:45, 9, 10:15, 11:30 years ago opened with 40 and Company in Boston. Second grade teachers In
    450 in After the lecture they expressed Prelate Sisters To diocesan grade schools met
    LEE: (Brit.) his own. and 12:30. pupils now serves over Urges
    eight grades and there are interest in what the for a panel discussion at the

    "double grades" through the consultant had said about the teat hers meeting, August 20.

    __ fourth, (two first grades, two use of the "Faith and Freedom Review Goals, MethodsCINCINNATI Members of the IlanrllncJucJe .

    I seconds, etc). Readers." Sister Ilobert Marie S.X.I.M..

    Jeffrey Mosher, who was a Mrs. Leitch concurred with '(NC)-/irchbishop Karl J. Alter of Sister Mary Paul S-M. Sister

    panelist on the English discussions the speakers' remarks saying Cincinnati has urged Sisters "to review your purposes and Ignatia S.C.C., and Sister

    I __ among high school facul- that she had observed in practice methods" and to "set aside traditions and customs that Mary William KM.

    ties last week, came to the Orlando some of the examples are out of touch with the w(rid of which we are a part."
    to the teachers last week.
    meeting from Santa Fe given
    High School in Lakeland. His Miss Owen thought the ideas Archbishop Alter spoke to Addressing the Sisters aftera Board

    advanced studies were madeat gleaned not only at the lecture more than 300 superiors representing Pontifical Mass, ArchbishopAlter GroupTo

    I 1PjL ) St. Anselm's in Manchester, but from the entire program of some 200 communitiesat recalled that Pope Pius

    New Hampshire.A the day would be helpful to all a workshop of the national XII had asked for the formation Meet AtSwitzerland

    product of Catholic schools who came. They were certainly conference of major superiorsof of conferences of major

    himself, Mr. Mosher feels at interesting, she said. women's institutes, held at superiors in the major coun-

    w... -._- -. .. home as a teacher among the Sister M. Catherine O.S.B., of the College of Mount St. Joseph tries of the world for the pur.

    U EAU GALLIE, JACKSONVILLE TEACHERS GET TOGEThERI Priests and the Sisters. Stu. Sante Fe High School in Lake here recently. pose of "review and renewal"

    Teachers from Jackson- M. Haney, and Mrs. Chris Undoubtedly you have
    : ST. A1Gl"STJThe: boardof
    rille and Eau Gallic schools Semmes, all of Ascension I j : r!'I' found there are certain I'rat't t directors of the St. Augus-

    met outside Bishop Moore School in Eau Gallic; and .. t ,, tiers which nerd reflewY* 1 tine Deanery Council of Cathalic .
    I High School Orlando, daring; :\1I Anne M. Lennon, Mrs. ", > .. ..... the Archbishop ha id. ,. Women will meet on Tues-

    the meeting last Thursday. :Mary Cojle and Anne M. "If you find some that are (.day, September 10, at 10 a.m.,

    Pictured from the left, are Smith, from Christ the King obsolete and no longer being ;:at Camp St. John in Switzer

    Mrs. Erna Olsen, :Mrs. Diann School in Jacksonville. practiced, take them out of ]land. The deanery president

    ycur rules We should be ;Mrs. Aguiar A. Reyes of St.

    Social Studies Teachers concerned with the building ,Augustine, urges attendance

    more than with the scaffold-i i 3f all affiliation officers and

    ProblemsIn ing." ,.:halrmen in the deanery.
    Examine Modern
    r On the question of vocation "Come and make a day of
    j L recruitment he counseled the
    a panel moderated by Father Thomas Burns, presi- iL superiors to "get on higherground" it with us, enjoying the work

    dent of Santa Fe High School in Lakeland, discussion of -- in appeals to young shop, the prayers togetherand
    week led John Baldwin of Bishop the recreational **
    social studies last was by women, emphasizing "spiritual acti ity,
    School in Jack- fcbe said.
    Kenny High attraction more than physical
    sonville.The ('u*$lon included Sister Michael facilities." It is suggested that each per-

    panelists were given an Helene O.P. of Tampa '$- Mother Mary Consolatrice, j;on: bring a sack lunch, plus

    opportunity' to bring out ques- Catholic High School and _ _ _ _ Ir president of the conference and '.)>(0 cents to defray the costs of
    tions which evoked a lively Sister William Marie S.SJ. of %, a mother general of the Sistersof t he outing. _
    Cardinal High Schoolin I
    discussion among the social Sarasota.A L1- Charity of the Blessed The agenda Includes this

    studies teachers present. Virgin Mary Dubuque, pre- J ichedule: 10 a.m.general
    better utilization of the I -
    ; The introduction of the studyof .I sided. 1 neetlng; 11 a.m., workshops;
    communism in schools was "Christian Democracy Series"was J loon, lunch 1:30 swim-
    ," Mother Florence, executive ; p.m,
    stressed by Individual '-i' '
    one of the subjects reviewed by ,- ning (pool) and before the
    commentators from the floor. I 1 secretary of the conference and \
    in ..._,. _.
    the which gathered
    group ';2 --- s. --a G fternoon ends; Stations,of the
    a room In the girls school of Several of the questions a member of the general coun- (:

    Bishop Moore High. Information posed the remained moderator"academic indicatedthat ," :Members of the faculty of St Charles School, Orlando Schumacher, Philip Sciortino, Mrs. Mary Jane Schwab, ell of the Sisters of Loretto The Camp, near St Johns

    ,I public was school brought texts out on the on subject the- and the resolution of them attended the August 29 educators' meeting there. Mrs. Rosemary Mclnerney, Mrs. Helen Heil, Thomas announced that headquarters j lanor is located in the north-

    would be forthcoming at a fu. The staff includes from the left, Sister Elizabeth Ann, !Mehmert and Mrs. Almira Kingsley. Sister Margaret of the conference will be moved ,vest section'of:St. Johns Counv .

    -- | "Panelists leading the dis- ture date. Sister Ann Raymond, Sister Miriam Francis, Mrs. Marion Victor S.S.J., is principal of St Charles. Washington, D.C. t, on Route 13. t

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    Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept. 6, 1963 From
    rs __ Bishops Kept
    ______ i : _

    U.S. Catholic Schools Experience ; Th:. Hierarchy German Meet Reds YEast

    AnotherRecord Enrollment 1963By communist-ruled FUJ.D.XCBlshops) East from Ger-

    many were not allowed to attend
    John J. Daly Jr.
    this year's meeting of the
    i NCWC News Service
    German hierarchy on
    I, WASHINGTON Catholic elementary and secondary schools are expected to en- August 28 and 29.

    roll about 5,565,000 pupils this month, another high mark in an unbroken series of enrollment lied authorities first refused .

    records over two 9 to grant East German
    War II:, is slowing down and crease to about 1,050,000, an 4 + 1
    decades.But Bishops permission to attend
    levelling off. estimated 40,870 over 1962. tY
    indications are that 4 o the annual Fultla conferencein
    schools however These are highlights taken
    High con-
    growth In elementary schools, r 1961.
    , tinue expansion at a rapid from an estimate of the 1963 t
    the pacesetters since World it Before the conference, Ger-
    pace. Their enrollment went enrollment and an actual countof e

    over the million mark for the 1962 figures made by the de- man-speaking Bishops from
    JACKSONVILLECHARCOAL Austria and Switzer-
    first time in 1962. partment of education of the l Germany,
    F land met here to discuss the
    National Catholic Welfare
    the end of the school Con-
    By past r. second session of the ecumenical .
    year, United States Catholic council which is to start
    education, including collegesand By far the largest private a+
    school system in the world fit, ,. September 29.
    universities, had under- iI .a ache R tR .
    ROOIvf Present as observers wereB
    U.s. Catholic schools have in
    I gone an enrollment growth recent faced in er n a r d Cardinal Alfrink,
    since 1942 of 127.4 per cent. years problems i r 7 Utrecht the
    absorbing the number of chil- Archbishop ,

    In 1963, elementary schools dren seeking admission. Netherlands, and Bishops from

    CHARCOAL I BAOLSD will enroll an estimated Belgium, Denmark, Finland,
    This has been largely due to
    STEAKSFot 4,315,000; : pupils, roughly *AFL France, Ireland, Norway and
    a shortage of teaching Sisters
    .f Ilcavtr St. Viaduct 30,020 more than last year, 4 Sweden.
    and the increasing difficulty of rh"
    EL 4.9138
    and schools will in- S.h
    Catholic parishes in financing f.: $ ;4$' : "
    salaries of lay teachers and t t..eT. S, 4A-. ._ 0 .=f. At.. u <, yp, N. "'_ ....,>" ftlb" ,.y"+ ,,,.....-.. "",_"" ,,.,,_..._x,' < .: .OT .. ." .. .. .< .Z.,..'. '" .. ,<,<"H"-.j P' "".i. ...3 ORLANDORAY
    construction of additionalschool
    : ;
    -- - -- .o'
    This strain has shown in dis Getting together at the epcctive school's fall pro- olio, Clearwater); Dick Chaps; Iloumns central Catholic,

    .\HLK I'KKstKIl'TlON SEKMCK cussion by Catholic educatorsof grams. ura (Cardinal Mooney); Ar- Melbourne); :Frank Moretti
    Drug. Cosmetic Char and Camera Uepartmenhl're teachers' meeting last weekin MEARS
    1'lcUup and Delivery Luncheon and Soda Bar the merits of dropping some Looking, forward to successful man d Sabourin (Central (Father Lopez); George Caz-

    2033 1312: Blandlnr Janim ISUd.lid Ey 8-0734 771-6905, 8-0733 grades and in decisions by two Orlando the diocesan high football campaignsare Catholic, Clearwater); Sam dick (Bishop I Kenny'); Carl JEWELERS

    D. t1. L'.tSTEIILING. Ow."r-3Ianal'er Sees, the St. Louis archdioceseand school athletic directors and from left, Nick Ca"allaro, Rodriguez, Jesse Roger, Joe Genito (Bishop Moore) and
    Loratlr Owned and Operate JJy
    the Rochester, New York, coaches discussed their re Joe Ginocchl (Central Cath. Paul (Bishop Barry); Ray John Baldwin (Bishop P. F. ell SUSAN MJKSETtl

    diocese, to stop temporarily Kenny). Tears la Jewelry Bailneit

    construction of new schools or More Faculty Interviews. JCentral COMPLETESELECTION
    additions to old ones. -

    The pressure is reflected in Miss Catherine Brown and years, but she said she enjoysthe came a teacher because she a'DIAPER' OF

    S' the NCWC department's figure Miss Barbara Warnock came to calm atmosphere and was interested in children and SERVICE I

    ,I II ,which show only about a one the educators' meeting from pleasant mood of Cardinal their work. She thought that \W BISHOP MOORE
    2300 L ROBINSON, AYC.rvnv .
    per cent enrollment increase in Bishop Kenny, High School in. Mooney.She the meeting was a very good

    elementary schools last year in Jacksonville Miss Warnock, said that there is a bets idea. .,, own,*,..uo nr MOCXUC:taTiSE1T1CDIAUEaSLAIIORATOAYTESTED SCHOOL JEWELRYPhone

    sharp contrast to increases of who teaches physical educa- t e r understanding between She though parents are very :,, FOU.nos HtAlTri,""P.'N[$$a co.rod'
    " If i ,'t t FLORIDA as high as three or four per tion, commented on the in- teacher and students. receptive of lay teachers but :,,YOU.hEW**smto lAir NA&A2MC 01"P.5

    1WIR'ii111EaditLBak I Ii cent in some previous years.In fluence of the national physical "The students are quieterand that they tend to feel that the ,Diu 818/1& (

    addition, the acute short fitness program. She felt thatit Priests and Sisters are better .422-1177
    i more receptive to
    !, of teaching Sisters, traditionally would offeredin to teach aRYKe
    t c Ifl age affect courses ing," Miss Bevier said. equipped religion.
    NATIONAL the backbone of cath- physical education. Tim Murphy, who teaches 14 N. Orange Ave.
    r She also likes the "quiet con )Mice a ciAtin umcr wcvsrtr AWl.
    olic elementary schooling, is Both of the young teachers Latin and Algebra at Bishop
    sideration of the Priests and
    4 L BANK OF JACKSONVILLE dramatically illustrated by the said that they would have pre- Barry, St. Petersburg, added
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    Religious teachers decreasedin their fields, but added that more respect for the Sisters.Mr. .
    ANTHONY J. DICARLORepr.ssnttae
    is not to ahead the
    number last year while the they were sure the meeting Murphy said that the
    world she added. I
    number of lay teachers con- would prove very worth while. educators' meeting was a "won- JOHN E. MCROSKI AGENCY
    ri tinued to shoot up as it has for The space age has a particular -derful idea." He added that he Bus. Phone: GA 4-022 Res Phone GA 8-403J
    Learning more about thisyear's
    several years. influence on the subjectsshe would like to see more meet S407 SOUTH ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL ORLANDO
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    There were 125,065 religious teaches. Miss Bevier said ings of this type in the future.
    was the interest of a musicteacher
    teachers in 1961, but the total that she is now teaching a Miss Genevieve Clement,

    SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY dropped to 123,422 in 1962. On of, St.Miss Paul Gabrielle School Werner in- physics course, designed with who was a panelist at last FOR YOUR FASTENING NEEDS

    FLORIDA the other hand,'the number of the space age in mind. Thursday's meeting, said that
    "f Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades ...t! lay teachers Increased from Mrs. Gertrude Whltmore, the children in her fourth 5
    She said that the 29teachers'
    Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited 62,744 in 1961 to 67,535 in 1962. August librarian at Bishop Moore grade classes are very alert and 1710 Silver Star Road Orlando CY 3-3120

    :Music Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor The expanding role of lay meeting was a very High School In Orlando, also interested in the space age. COCOA BEACH-NE 6-7076

    further particulars address: Sister Directress teachers also Is shown in wonderful experience. finds the space age "quite Miss Clement teaches at St.

    ., figures for the 20-year( span, Commenting on the parents' prevalent" In the books that Patrick's in Gainesville.

    1942 to 1962. acceptance of lay teachers In she handles in the library. Sister Ignatius O.SS.T.,

    ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident While religious teachers in- place of Sisters, Miss Werner Commenting on the educa- from Brandon's Nativity Central Florida School Supply Inc.

    and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully creased by 43.3 per cent during said that she believes lay tors' meeting, Mrs. Whitmora School Raid that the meetingwas

    accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general that time, lay' teachers rose teachers are now accepted as a said it was "very worth a very wonderful ex- Textbooks Workbooks- ScKool SuppjiefVisual

    courses, music art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy from a total of 13,389 to 67,535, matter of course. while." Such a meeting givesour perience and an opportunityto

    Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa, Florida. a gain of 400 per cent. Math and physics was the In- teachers a 'chance to ex- get new ideas from other Aids -r rrt Supplies-Microscopes}:

    In 1962, the NCWC depart- terest of Miss Wealtha Bevierof change views and see how teachers.

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    The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept 6, 1963 Page Eleven

    Department Education FatHer Leo J. TreseParental

    Names School SupervisorORLANDOFather d N kF2A Compassion.- is NeededOF

    the parents who read The extra-marital coitus wasa enter a Catholic facility for unwed

    sin, but the resultant mothers and there have
    this column perhaps one preg-
    Mortimer Danaher director of diocesan schools announced
    f'ecretlwhether it is
    \ is The child which the baby
    the not.
    cent will learn, nancy
    4 at the diocesan teachers' meeting in Orlando last week that Sister Mary Damian S.S.J. per this carries within better to keep the baby or to
    \ next or so, that their unmarried daughter
    had been assigned_to the diocesan Department of Education as supervisor of schools. ".: '. >'' .. : her womb is destined to be a give it for adoption; these are
    A. tI .'>1!. I. '. daughter
    nfc the meeting of m teacherswhich panel, Slater Damian described hensive and common sense 4 4 .._".'.....'_ .I:..".j. ..... is pregnant.It child of God. When she and matters to be decided only
    began at 10 a.m. Father : and realistic
    conceived thechild's after
    Danaher her new position as source book available for prin ? is to these her boyfriend
    presented Sister Da. l
    ; with qualified ad
    mlan. He said: one of service to the teachersand cipals. parents that I body, they brought into discussion

    principals in the Diocese.It Sister Damian has entered '10 address myself -t T play God's creative power. visers.
    "Sister will be a helper to # God fashioned a spiritual, the ultimate solution .
    will be a task for her of upon supervisory work under thjs week, Whatever
    you and to me to coordinateand liaison between them and the direction. of Father Dan with, a plea tr immortal soul for that body.It when the crisis is
    unify the program of education is the beginning of another and their daughter is
    the Department of Education aher this September. She comes that they face past
    in our Diocese. Sister office. to the Education :Department I x- c: their graveproblem saint for heaven. happy and smiling again,

    will welcome your suggestionsand with The girl may confess her good parents can look back
    with this
    your ideas and wherever "Anyone here, she said, tearfully or (to con their finest hour.
    Last Sister Damian Intelligence pregnancy to this as
    feasible will "who has been a principal for _
    we act on them.
    ceal her inward fear) casuallyor
    and able to rise above
    completed her fourth r were
    length of time knows whatit yearas > fi
    Later in the day, grade any even defiantly. However the
    superior and principal at charity.'hen and fear in
    school means to receive the brick- their own shock
    principals met for
    a be broken to them,
    news may
    their beloved child informs her
    Christ the
    King School in
    workshop and panel discussion. bats as well as the bouquets. that the will the cause of love.
    Jacksonville. parents that she is pregnant, it is hoped parents
    Father Danaher moderated the Administration is not an.end able to forget
    their were
    to conceal own tortured They
    their first reaction is likely to
    meeting at which the panelists in end.itself" ; it is a means to an she A quarter entered of the a century novitiate ago of, be one of horrified grief. How feelings and will rise themselves in order to be twin

    were Sister Damian. Sister the St. Augustine congregationof can such a thing have happenedto nobly to the challenge. towers of strength for their
    John Bride O.P. and Sister The diocesan ,
    gave If ever there was a time
    St. Joseph Sisters. Sister '. :-0. their child perhaps still in child when her need was
    Frances Cabrini S.SJ. guidelines to follow when she
    : when their daughter needed
    Mary Damian was born In ". her teens, whom they have so
    In her comments at the :stated that a good administrator .. their understanding Jon, It greatest.
    loved and cherished?
    Brooklyn but was raised In the .
    ((1)) plans, ((2)) : : .t'
    organizes, South. She was graduated from .k" '-..1.. She always was such a good is now.
    ((3)) directs, ((4)) communicates, ,I I
    The girl Is frightened, wor-
    : this could
    St. Joseph Academy in St. l'i girl-and now How
    ORLANDO :and ((5)) evaluates. As she de- ried, shamed and confused. ORLANDO
    Augustine.She she have become such a wan-
    veloped each of these in her Y.- This is the moment for paren-
    has a bachelor of music ton creature?
    paper at the panel Sister tal arms to enfold her with
    degree from Manhattanville Where have they, the parents .
    Damian emphasized the im- the assurance, "We're it
    Herman J. Heidrich College of the Sacred Heart in failed in their guidance? sorry
    portance particularly of "com- W'
    New YOI'k. Postgraduate These are the kinds of accusa- happened darling but we still
    & Sons munications, with the teacher, SUPERIOR GENERAL WITH SUPERVISOR DINING KOOM:
    studies have included work at tions and recriminations that love as much as ever. Stop ':.
    you HOLIDAY
    Grower and ShippersOf the parents and the public. :Mother Louis Edwin, (left), superior general of the IX TUB
    Fontbonne College in St. Louis, parents in their first shock, The worldhasn't WilES BETTER FOOD IS
    Fancy Fruit and S'egetaM.sDANKEE worrying now.
    She recommended the ofa Sisters of St. of SERVE IT.
    use Joseph St. Augustine, attended theteachers' SERI WK WILL
    BRAND PRODUCTS Barry College in Miami, the may be tempted to toss at their I.m. Trail
    book entitled 'The Catholic University of Florida at Gainesville meeting in Orlando last week. One of her con- daughter and at themselves. come to an end.'e'U ton So.I'HONK Orange 241- 8tl

    Elementary School Principal"by and the Catholic Univer- gregation's Sisters, Sister Mary Damian, (right), is the Their shock is understandable work this out together, and it

    PATRONIZE THESEAD1'ERTISERS Sister Mary Jerome Corcoran sity of America in Washington, diocesan supervisor of schools. but this sort of reaction won't be nearly as bad as you Pest Control

    4 O.S.U., which she de- D.C., where she has been study. is the worst possible responseto think." Complete

    WHO SUPPORT 4 scribed as the most compre- tration.ing supervision and adminis- Science Staffs Discuss the situation.In Then, a visit to the pastor or LEWIS.COBSEXTERMINATING CO.
    the first place, their child to a Catholic family counseling
    During the past summer Sister has not changed into a had girl service will set matters in mo Incorporated 1945
    Texts and MethodsScience UJO whirred Dr.-r.0. nitS:
    Gary's Duck Inn Mary Damian made inten-
    by the fact of her pregnancy.Se with the Orlando Z IIUOIBILL
    PAQUETTE MOTORS sive studies at Boston Collegeand tion. Marriage baby'sfather
    AUTHORIZED DEALER GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE may have committed one is not indicated
    Hawk-English Ford-Lark FINEST SEAFOOD AND visited departments of ed- teachers from high schools throughout the single sin in a moment of certainly

    ( Studebaker Truek ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE ucation in the Archdiocese of Diocese met at last Thursday's educators' conference in sudden temptation. That sin- unless there is solid probabilitythat BARDOEFORD
    Uied Car Boston. ,
    an afternoon session discussion. gle sin does not mean that her the marriage will be a
    Cor. Cbnrrh s. Or. Rl.m. Tr. Phone GA 4-4531 panel :Moderator for the

    GA 3-1653 3974 So. Or. Bl. Trail Students also included of Sister Damian'shave schoolboys event, held in Orlando, was Father Sean P. :Molloy, vice- whole character has changed.No happy and an enduring one. FACTORY DEALER

    high president of Father Lopez High School in Daytona Beach. doubt she already has bit Whether marriage is the an- SAVE ON YOUR
    1 and girls. She taught at terly repented of the sin, has
    Serving on the panel were swer or whether it is better toGray's NEW CAR DEAL
    Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres? St. Mary High School Miami, Father John D., Mahony, a diocesan the educators gave opinions on confessed it, and right now is

    We have a home designed for your family from 1945 to 1948; St. Paul. Priest studying for his second-year chemistry courses in the state of grace. She is Ph. 6563333AV.
    "in our diocesan high schools. hot harlot. Jewelers 50
    High School: Jacksonville} 1948- doctorate in nuclear science at
    DEMETREE BUILDERS 1952 and the University of California in The instructors were encour- The fact that she is going to CLOCK REPAIRALL Winter Garden
    ; Kenny High l 1- ;
    Berkeley, Father Urban aged to teach critical thinking. have a baby does not make her MAKES Member f
    :5307 East Colonial Drive CR 71922RUBY'S School Jacksonville 1952-1958. St. Charles
    Schnauss O.S.B., a physics Enable the students to form sin worse. In fact, her very 2003 Edgewater-GA 2-2974 Parish

    teacher at the Catholic Uni- conclusions through experimentation pregnancy may indicate her Next to Publix

    Editor Writes ToEducatorsatMeel versity of America Washington the teachers said. basic goodness. If she had beena

    FABRICS D.C., and Sister Mary Am- After the panel discussion, promiscuous sort if she had

    FABRICS and PATTERNS brose S.SJ., Bishop Moore.Father' Schnauss who'. partici- gone out "looking for trouble" YOUTH CENTRE INC.

    UNIFORM High School Orlando. jjated\ in the science panel discussion she would have provided her UNIFORM HEADQUARTERSFor
    WELCOME TO ORLANDO! During the course of the discussion told The :Florida Catholic self with a contraceptive.The .

    Girls of Bishop Moore High School Why don't you look into the teachers both Religious that meetings of educators sin of frustrated sexual Girls I ( & Boys of St. Charles School

    947 SO. ORANGE TilE FLORIDA CATHOLICand and lay, studied pertinent -Iqan! help in the constant effort intercourse would have been a OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY NIGHTS
    PH. GA 5-4429 see where it can be of problems in the field of .fo.. 1 improve. diocesan schools. more malicious sin because, 66 NORTH ORANGE AVENUE PHONE GA 2.6333

    help to you during the school chemistry, physics, and biol <; Father- ?Schnauss has evaluated like the' 'mutual .masturbation

    year? ogy. many of the high of those, who confine themselves -

    THOMSON & McKINNONIN THE FLORIDA>> CATHOLIC Various text books were schools in the past few years to "petting" it would

    is written to keep the discussed, especially for advanced for the Southern Associationof have been a sin against nature. WATlCf.S

    ORLANDO SINCE Priest and the layman In- Colleges and School! Moreover, if their daughter '
    modernized science
    formed on what is happen
    conscience she
    "Your schools are beau- were ,
    Member ing throughout the Catholic courses. General science very PAINT WALL PAPER
    New York Stock Exchangeand tiful and very well-equipped," might have procured an abortion .

    other principal exchanges world. Furthermore the societies courses for less advanced Father Schnauss noted. He and escaped shame by ORLANDO WINTER PARK

    schools, and parishes students were also studied.In added that he would like to see adding the sin of murder to

    CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2-7183 oft h e Diocese publicize the interest of students the diocesan plan for high her first dereliction.
    their programs through the
    planning to major In chemistryor school gymnasiums and stadiums Let it be emphasized, then,
    pages of this newspaper.For .
    related subjects in college, fulfilled. that having a baby is no sin. rDONUT _
    you who are parochial i
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    Page'Twelve The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept 6, 1963

    Historian Explains why Nation's '

    Settlement Named

    (C.ntlna .I from Pac. One) name of St. Augustine because (French warships, at
    1565. It was not until
    September that was the first land he discovered -anchored at the mouth
    3 that Menendez and his
    in Florida, and he did St. John's River) or a
    voyagers sighted "a good har-
    so on the very day of St. favorable for
    bor with a good beach, to Augustine." :
    which he gave the name of St. Cape Canaveral's
    In the phrase "for that was
    Augustine. the first land" ( all la That the sighting of
    The por se .
    popular misconceptionabout took place at Cape -
    primera tierra) Meras conveysthe
    St. Augustine's namingarose and not at St.
    distinct that
    impression he
    after the publication in is indicating the site of the brought out in the other

    present city of St. Augustine, account of the voyage, a
    America's Oldest Mission from Pedro Menendez to ;
    and Lowery took him to mean
    the :)Vision of Xombre ))e just that. Phillip II, dated .- '-' '

    . ioswill rims on Sunday be open, September to pil- Recent scholars of the 1565."On Menendez the 25th wrote( : I "". .

    8, for the celebration of the colonial period, such as Jeannette scribe's mistake) of .' '
    founding anniversary. Mass Thurber Connor, have Sunday at noon, we ; '.I'i'j'-'j';'
    been convinced however
    will be celebrated at out
    an this land off Cape .
    by that phrase Meras meant .
    door altar at 9 a.m. Father which is the latitude of
    the whole shoreline
    Matthew Connolly of Jacksonville region grees, at the entrance If
    from Cape Canaveral north to
    will give the ea'mono Bahama Channel
    a n
    St. Augustine and an earlier
    statement of Meras plus other sailed along the coast, ;: -
    that harbor (of the ) 4y \ ;
    existing records bear out this
    1903; Woodbury Lowery's revision.As far as 29 degrees for
    history of the period, "The the report I had, 'Ia
    Spanish Settlements within the he read Meras' account, Frenchmen were
    Present Limits of the United Lowery probably forgot that 28th and 29th degrees." Pr. Daniel Cody,
    States 15621574. just 500 words before Meras On September 8, of Hochheim, Fr.
    Lowery's book was the mentioned the harbor where following a brief and Foynes, Fr. James
    second of a two-volume set Menendez landed, he made the quential engagement Fr. Richard Bowles,

    that was accepted on its appearance statement: French warships, Thomas McGrane.
    as the most com "They sailed until August landed to found his
    potent and thorough-going: to 28th, St. Augustine's Day, on of St. Augustine.The AUGUSTINE
    date on the early Spanishsettlements which they sighted the land of name chosen
    In this country.Its Florida; all of them kneeling, foundation was apt, not
    general excellence was saying the 'Te Deum Lauda- for the fact that it
    marred by only a few outstanding mus,' they praised Our Lord, mind the pioneers' first C
    errors one of which was all the people repeating their of shore at Capt
    committed in the following prayers, entreating Our Lordto days before, but STORE
    statement: give them victory in all Augustine the saint
    "Coasting along eight leagues things. figure from whose
    farther Menendez came upon Father Lopez de Mendoza time the Christianization King Street
    the harbor of the River of Dol Grajales, fleet chaplain, also civilizing of Europe
    phins (now Matanzas Bay), states in his account of the measured.The ) AUGUSTINEVA
    previously visited by Laudon- voyage that August 28th was 19th century ..\
    niere, into which he entered the day that Menendez and can historian, George 4-1687
    and gave it the name of St. his men first sighted Florida. croft, felt similarly :
    Augustine, having discoveredit "On Tuesday, the 28th (of Augustine the city. ) ) :
    on the festival of that saint, August)," he wrote we He wrote:
    the 28th of August, and here soon had the pleasure of see "Its origin should be ':
    the fleet remained for sereval ing land. We steered in that direction fully remembered, for it : (
    days." anchored near a pointof fixed point from ( ) ) For
    Solis de Meras Cited land, and found ourselves actually measure the liberal ( )
    Lowery was In error when in Florida Next day of time, the Julius Value-
    he stated that Menendez found the 29th at daylight, the galleon modern civilization, and ) : s
    the present site of St. Augus and all the other ships victories of the American ( )
    tine on August 28. It was an weighted anchor and coasted in its contests for the ) HOWES
    understandable error, however. along In search of the enemy ,of humanity."
    ---. ------ .--- ------ ---- -
    Lowery was led to assert this ,.
    from the vague phrasing of 4 Gulf Life's
    Gonzalo Solis de Meras, a
    chronicler of the expedition. ADAPTAPLAN.-
    (Meras was a brother-inlaw of
    llenendez, and sailed with him L .
    to Florida.)
    In the account of Meras we
    read that Menendez discovered the nun who as ttfl!
    "a good harbor, with a good 3 Adapt-A-PUa.
    beach, to which he gave the how, with Adpt-X.
    *a .due.tioftal poXey
    Protector NamedCASTELGANDOLFONC .'" *. proT income. Set Uat
    )- ,.." : :: !
    Pope Paul VI has named Am. .' VA 4-2385
    leto Cardinal Cicognanl, papal ': !! Augustine Florida
    secretary of state as Cardinal- P.. O. Pox 548
    Protector of the Sisters of the ,
    Third Order of St. Francis of '
    Mary Immaculate whose gen .
    eral Illinois.motherhouse Is In Joliet, Ar.; ::"A ;

    -- ,,., ,f -it':'
    the best In. :?
    for .. ( : :-
    '".If it.

    confro1Lieryice pest I I I L D REH '!(;

    ... ___ __.w "" "
    tali Oflcifi WEST COAST AREA (
    Teachers from the West Coast leave for St

    burg and Gulfport following the educators' ;
    for the uk*of your horn Orlando last week. Principals of the schools are,

    Father Mortimer


    Lakeland's Only Downtown Florist Spiritual


    318 South Florida Avenue MU 2-8427 *

    IN TAMPA--- (CoBtiauod from Far .
    ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE that the Archbishop of
    Diocese dedicates so
    his time and efforts.
    DIRECTLY ACROSS THE STREET FROM ly under his supervision
    SACRED HEART CHURCHGAiNESVII.LE'S new schools being built.

    Constantly are efforts

    ing made to make them
    ter schools; to make

    Ututions that will

    ? the teachings of
    the lives of the youth

    make those lives
    FROM more
    .. We as educators, w h

    HUGH EDWARDS, INC. undisputed mission, ::
    W s u m e these t
    X. E. 16th Ave. & 15th Street with careful preparation ,

    great enthusiasm. '
    mission is truly noble.In .

    order to upgrade
    BERING CIGAR standards of education !
    Diocese, last year we
    Boston College to make

    CORRALWODISKACIGAR vey and evaluation of I !
    school system. This was a ; :

    CO.TAMPA undertaking and required
    cooperation on your part.
    grateful ,and I want to .
    you for :your
    cause as a result, with the : : MP II Y

    MANUEL CORRAL: of God, we will be able ,
    .: grade our standards a n .