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 27, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Oct. 27 ,

JACKSONVILLE-The diocesan Eucharistic Congress ir}, 1 By Supreme Pontiff

I will open with a Solemn Pontifical Mass on October 27, the :

feast of Christ the King, in Jacksonville. The celebrant will airI'I) t tJl I
) Paul VI has announced he will and decen-
be Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, who will return to the 0 lC f i VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) simplify
Diocese by air, taking time from his work at the Second tralize the Roman Curia. He described the role of the Curia as "hearing and inter-

Vatican Council to lead his faithful people in homage to preting the voice of the Pope and at the same time not letting him lack any useful and

their Eucharistic Lord. objective informaton.

This week, Father Mortimer the Blessed Sacrament. Prayerswill Pope Paul categorized the Curia as part of the "advance guard of that perennial

Danaher, executive secretaryof be led by Father Frank M. reform of which the Church itself, insofar as it is a human and earthly institution, has
the congress, said that Mouch, Father Frank P. Good VOL. XXIV, No. 48 Orlando, Florida, Friday, September 27, 1963 Ten Cents perpetual need."

Priests h a v e been invited to man and Father Thomas F. The Curia has "grown ponderous with its own venerable age," the Holy Father
give sermons at the day-long Kelly
There are special added.The
demonstration of faith in union I of the Curia at
to be gained by all who attend Pope announced his plan to the Cardinals, Priests and laymen
with the Vatican council.
Father Patrick M. Madden the diocesan Eucharistic Congress a: special audience. The reforms Curia will surely not opposeit. the Gospel words about the
t pastor of Blessed Sacrament, and receive the blessingat I 3s 1 1,, xY of the Curia, he stated, ." forerunner of Christ: There

parish In Tallahassee, has reI the closing ceremony which I "will be formulated and The Holy Father turned to was a man sent by God whose
will be solemn promulgated by the Curia "
procession and John.
name was
leased the names of the Priests the ecumenical council now
Benediction of the Most itself." The! Curia must "lUe" this
who will speak: under way. He said it had been
Father Bernard J. McFad-: Blessed Sacrament.The He outlined some of the reforms -desired by "a Pope to whom in council, he said.
I den will give the sermon at sermon at the Congress : fact the spontaneous acclamations The Pope said that he has

the Mass.The :Mass by Father McFaddenwill Members of the Curia will of the public voice apply made Pope John's heritage his

afternoon will be devoted keynote the day's spiritual be recruited on a "superna. own, and that he is making of

to holy hours. Thoughts objectives, Father Madden said. tional" basis. At present its that heritage a "program for
The preacher, who will Council Date Set Church."
come the entire
for meditations will be supplied membership is predominantly
1 In the sermons at the from Orlando where he is vice- Italian. VATICAN CITY (\C) He emphasized several times

holy hours by Father Matthew president of Bishop Moore Members will receive what The second' session' of the that perfect unity of minds
High School, was recently Second Vatican Council will must reign between the Pope
the Pope called an "ecumenical" -
r < granted the doctoral degree in end this December 4, a high and his Curia.
M education in
,. literature from the University preparationfor council source has confirmed.The "We are certain that no hesitations
the Curia work.
: fj of Rome. J spokesman arknouN regarding the chief

) t t. ; Holy hour speakers In. ,x.V Local Bishops will take eked; the closing date after desires of the Pontiff will ever

; elude Father Connolly, a over functions now performedby some' council Fathers had revealed come from the Roman Curia:
r diocesan historian, who presides r the Curia which can be it in their own area- that the Curia will never be

f K over the Resurrection handled more efficiently on a The second session starts suspected of any differences of
parish in Jacksonville; Fa. local basis. September 29. judgment or of feelings with

ther Mulligan, who was ex. 7r Local Bishops may be The closing date had been regard to judgments or feelingsof

ecutive secretary of the last brought into the Curia. communicated to the Bishops the Pope," he said.

,1 Tr. McFaddeq Tr. Connolly diocesan Eucharistio Con. T Pope Paul stated: of the world, but not made He spoke of the "immediate

....,-.-+. ... ---- press, is in charge 0 f t hit. "And We shall say more: public by the holy] See. Hut adherence and absolute obed
r.fO W5W5Mft. Transfiguration parish, St Should the ecumenical council the council press office in ience" which the Pope relieson
Petersburg; and the othersare mid-Minimer denied reportsto from the Curia to carry out
show a desire of seeing some
educators as well as pars his mission.
of the the effect that the
representatives episco-
Ish Priests. would end on December 8. "And it is this essential relation
Father Dittman, Priest In pacy, particularly prelates of the Roman Curia with
',IEt ARCHBISHOP, DEAN WELCOME RETREAT MASTER direct a diocese, associated ina There is "still' no official indication
*' charge of Espiritu Santo mission the exercise of the Pope's apos
P. the Priests of his Diocese in St. certain way and for certain whether the council
at Safety Harbor, Is president Archbishop Joseph Hurley was joined by tolic activityhich is the
of the Clearwater Central Augustine at the annual retreat, conducted this year by Monsignor Francis P. Johns questions with the supreme itself! will conclude with tho justification or rather the

; Catholic High School. '((right) of Cleveland. :Monsignor William J. Mullally P.A. V.F. (left) is pictured with study head of and the responsibility Church in of the ecclesiastical second will reconvene session! whether again at it a glory of the Curia itself," he

Father Burns has Resurrection the Archbishop. said.
the later date.
t r.. ranira. Fr. Dtllmaa parish of Lakeland and Is ...._u.... .:__ _.u_ ____..______== ""== government,--.UI..I.M."t\I. 'l1-\11 "The Roman Curia Is not an
president of the Santa Fe --
High x'....,.....'...s.'.fl..r..w..r.+..a.w.-. ......w-w.w-. anonymous body, insensitive to
School In Polk County. .......,M.. the great spiritual problems,

) 1 -: Father Page has Epiphany .,..w.w..w..xn..wiee.rs.er., .. ...A xKw4'A aeao 's { / .a' ta .< which dictates laws automa
parish in Port Orange and is tically."It .

i vice-president of Father Lopez 4 .-_. ..... is rather a living organ,
High School in Daytona Beach. t
I!lll faithful and docile, of the head

Drop Secrecy I of the Church! an organ engrossed

.4. o VATICAN CITY (NC)-Tha i in the serious respon

rule of secrecy will be lifted t sibilities of Its functions, and

9 for the second session of the i full of reverence and of solid.I .
t I tude towards those prelates
ecumenical council in
: Pat. Tr. llama regard :;
to discussions-en. the council t w i a ler. i '...;;. whom 'the Holy Spirit has
J. Connolly, Father Bernard F. floor. r< } placed. as Bishop, t.: lethe

Dittmarv* ;Father Edward4 J,*.' The rule! of secrecy, It was Church of God.' (Acts 20,

Mulligan.:' Father.? David t P.' reported, will apply only to I 28))
I Page and.'FatherThomas J. what takes place at meetingsof : "Therefore let the Roman
.,.+ ;
council commissions, where ,, Curia not be a bureaucracyas -
Pilgrims will be assigned to various proposals are preparedfor I" some wrongly judge it-

attend one or more periods of consideration by the full pretentious and apathetic,

prayer and meditation before assembly of council Fathers. merely legalistic and ritualistic,

a jousting field of hidden ambitions

Tallahassee to Welcome I k CC S and of intractable antagonisms
!'ic as others accuse It

Women of North Deanery Y' .. of being.
aJi .
"Hut let it be a true community

of faith and charity,
\IIASSEE-Father Patrick M. :Madden has out- of prayers and action, of

lined to members of the Blessed Sacrament parish Wom brothers and sons of the
I en's Guild the program for the forthcoming meeting of ,Sia Pope ."

the St. Augustine Deanery Council of Catholic, Women. Criticism of the Roman

'J :Mass will be offered in the parish church at 9 a.m. on I Curia comes chiefly from the

October 8.Following. Curia itself, he said 1 adding
from the North Florida par
this, the delegatesMen that such criticism Is "provi
ishes will gather at HolidayInn a
I dential"
in the conference room. 4
"We must accept the critlCUIUA -
Guild members, who will be
to Rally, in charge of hospitality for the BENEDICTION OF. MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT AT PRIESTS' SEPTEMBER RETREAT 1'Jge ;3

JacksonvilleSite deanery the ,day report per person that expensesfor will be Laymen Spreading! Faith Council Privilege From the Editor's Desk

35 cents for breakfast and $2.75 VATICAN CITY (XO -The

SundayJACKSONVILLE for being luncheon.accepted Reservations by Mrs. Roger are Theme of Holy Name Men has sacred granted a ceremonial congregation the council honor.of rites Fathers What is the Roman Curia. '. ?

Handberg 3S5-4458 and other
Father members of the committee.Mrs. ORLANDO-Holy Name Societies in the Central Dean- All residential Archbishopsand Roman Curia is a gen (care of the basilica and its die questions concerned with

James J. Heslin of Jacksonville Aguiar A. Reyes of ery will study the theme, "The Layman-Spreading the Bishops may wear the THE term used to describethe environs). indulgences .and matrimony;

Beach, spiritual directorof St. Augustine, resident of Faith," at the rally in Orlando's Good Shepherd parish on mozzeta (a short cape) over various administrative Along with the abovementioned secretariats that compose and I

the St. Augustine Deanery's the deanery, earlier this Sunday. the mantelleta (a short man bodies that function under the congregations there are transmit Vatican correspond-

Holy Name Societies, has given month, at the deanery boardmeeting Father Terence J. Farrelly, elude Father William G. tle) even with Pope Paul VI Pope in the administration of also various tribunals that han- WHAT IS, Page 4
details of the Xeidert of St.
forthcoming rally directors pastor
to .
urged moderator of the Central Deanery present. the Church.In
program to take place Sundayat attendance the Andrew parish in Orlando, The same privilege Is extended
spur at conference Holy Name men, announced the present day discipline, ElslanderCatholic
St. Paul parish in Jackson whose! topic is "Love Thy Msgr.
Talla.hassee. to titular Archbishopsand
on October 8 at the theme and the the Curia is divided into con
ville's Riverside.In for the event of September Neighbor as Thyself," and Bishops and to abbots and gregations that range from the
addition to diocesan and The deanery board members program 29. Orange County Solicitor other ordinaries who have the care of St. Peter's to the pro- School
deanery officials scheduled to hope that each affiliation will James 31. Russ, speaking on right to wear the mozzetta in tection of faith and morals. System
participate at the rally, John enter a shrine in the display at He! will celebrate the 3lissaRecitata "Instruct the Ignorant a their sees or who have a vote Some of the congregationshave

Bowler, president of the St. Tallahassee, she said. in the Good Shepherd Spiritual Work of Mercy." in the council. the Pope as their head, Gift Sarasota CountySARASOTAThe
Church at 9:13; a.m. The to
Paul Parish HN, will express Mrs. Eugene Darche of Jacksonville It Outdoor Solemn Benedictionof The mozzetta symbolizes such as the Holy Office (care
sermon topic will be wr e
words of welcome to the Catholic was program chair the Blessed Sacrament is jurisdiction and is not nor of faith and morals), consis-
of North Florida Holy Name Society-An apostolic Catholic Church, in operating three
men at man for the deanery's board planned to conclude the rally mally worn by anyone below torial congregation (erection of
Arm of the! Church"Monsignor grade schools and one high school in Sarasota County is
the rally. meeting which was held at preceded by the rosary prayedby the rank of Cardinal in Romeor dioceses, and selection of Bishops ,
Jlivva Kecitata is to be of. Camp San Pedro, in the northwest Harold F. Jordan the men at 2:30 p.m. in the presence of the Pope. ), and the congregation of holding the county school budget down by close to a half
fered in St. Paul Church at Diocesan Union moderator, and million dollars annually.This .
corner of St. Johns the Oriental Church. ther Joseph Moran, school
8:30 a.m., followed by breakfast County. members of his Good Shepherd. The remaining congregationsare point was brought out president.The .
at the auditorium. Four workshops highlighted Holy Name Society have arranged under the jurisdiction of recently Monsignor CharlesL. total parochial school

The rally speakers will be the board nieetinjj.; for Holy Name men to : various Cardinals who residein Elslander V.F., pastor of enrollment In the county Is

heard in the auditorium. They Moderators were Mrs. L. E. the register social as hall early on as Sunday.8 a.m.The in Ft Nt aZ END Rome. They include the con- St. Martha's Church in Sarasota now 1279. A check by Monsignor -

will include a parish officer of Joos, Jacksonville, leadership; will form fifteen gregation of the sacraments, and Dean of the South Elslander showed that the
the Holy Name, John E. Maguire Mrs. Louis Solana, St. Augustine procession west Coast Deanery. annual pupil cost of education -
congregation of the councilfor
minutes before Mass. t
of "PT-109"! fame. Seniors motherhood; Mrs. J. J. v Gk08ER7 St. Martha's School, openedon in the Sarasota County
and junior Holy Name men Koelemij, Tallahassee, citizen The program will follow the ( the discipline of clergy November 7, 1950, is the public schools system was $370.

should be interested in the ship; Mrs. J. Clayton Sanders, 10:45( a.m. business meeting to and people), congregation of largest of the parochial schools "Simple multiplication," he

program, the officials of the Fernandina Beach, sainthood. be conducted by A. A. Alibertiof EVG PF\S G religious (for religious orders), with an enrollment of 660 In pointed out, "shows that if the

deanery saidMonsignor Committee chairmen present. Orlando, deanery president. congregation for the propaga- .grades one through eight. Father parochial schools were not

Patrick E. Nolan ed plans to the board for the Gordon Neary, president of Name the = pNGRESS3PC tion of the faith (foreign mis- John F. Lima M.M., administrator open today In Sarasota County,
V.F., pastor of St. Paul's, and coming year. Good Shepherd Holy of the Church of this would add $473,230 to the
sions) congregation of rites
the St. Paul HN officers have The deanery will sponsor men, will give a welcoming ad- 1.S HV the Incarnation, is listing an school budget.
dress. Prior to dinner at 12:15 (liturgy and canonizations),
issued warm welcomes to dean- three contests within the organization I enrollment of 208 in grades one The brief research showedup
ery officials headed by Father this year a workerof noon, the assembled men will ', & -: ceremonial congregation (services -'through seven at Incarnation such a surprising figure

Heslin and H. A. Wisham, the year award, program hear a former deanery president at St. Peter's), congregation -:School that Monsignor Elslander felt

deanery presidentOfficials award and a rotating award for John B. Mattingly of De- of extraordinary affairs Monsignor George Cummings residents in the county generally
expected to address attendance at deanery meet Land. He will speak on the has enrollment
an of 200 at did not realize the contribution
(relations with various countries -:
Not Words.
the rally include Daniel A. ings. Attendance will be determined subject, "Deeds, Epiphany School in the City being made by the
Naughton of Jacksonville, diocesan on percentage basis Dinner will be served in the ), congregation of semin- (;of Venice, and enrollment at Catholic people. For this reason

president. with consideration given for Good Shepherd social hall. aries and universities, and the i I Cardinal Mooney Catholic High he prepared news releases

Adjournment Is set for noon. traveling distance. After dinner speakers In; .-:-"> congregation of. St. Peter's !:School Is listed at 205 by Fa CATHOLIC SCHOOL, Page 3r


. Page Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept. 27,-1963 Father John A. O'Brien WRITING-THE FLORIDA V

ST.. PETERSBURG: torida ReportsTitusville True Faith Found by Student please CATHOLIC ZIP Include code.your? 1

Searching Along Many Paths
Oo.a J O.r. C.J
St. Petersburg T ST. PETERSBURGEdouard
month thousands of converts enter the Cath-
-- Church in the U.S.A., but no two of them travel C.
OkY :Father John B. O'Hare and Women's Guild of the ; Craig
1 oSC1k 11 / ; the same path. With some, such as Saint Paul, conversioncame
Contractor and Distributorfor
I:R Father Thomas Grace gave of- Church of the Transfiguration
S1 INN li ht5 T like lightning from the sky. With others, such as
L AN ficial welcome to the membersand will hold a rummage sale on
pU s aF Saint Augustine it came with the slowness of a snail.God's .
y f ,
ALL' SHELL guests of St. Teresa's Catholic October 25 and 26 in the social Vikon Metal, Ceramic
OH ) works in a
-DI.. on tK. w.t rfrnt .! Woman's Club at the first hall, 4000 43rd Street North, ? grace mys- tinzuNh His Church from and Mosaic Tiles
V...4lf.l MAXIMO MOORM6S 0 J. terious manner and through
44 A ..SJackson's regular meeting held on Sep- St. Petersburg. The Guild ;_ \1 nun-made creeds.
4M1.37St. S. T.r..t many channels, most frequent. 917.94th St. So 347-4101
tember 12. Father O'Hare would appreciate usable house- l. With grateful heart I was received -
ly perhaps through a Priest.That's .
stressed the importance of the hold articles, clothing and < into Christ's true
: '" the all- *
mandate of Archbishop Hurley jewelry. Articles may be left ,. ; < I ; Church. Now I have a lovely
ShoesLadies' \ important
that all Catholic women should the office con J" three fine
at rectory or to arrange Catholic wife and
:: .. tact. This is k(/
& Men's ""iden and deepen their apos- for pickup, call Mrs .....- illustrated in '>,. tolate until all Catholic ..'. d :.a.A(. ",
Clinic Miller our Charles Kevlon, 525-3745; Mrs. \ the conversion tf chial schooL
children are under religious Frank Rizza, 525,5083; or Mrs. 'i ,it .,,. v' .d \.' Any sincere truth seeker will FLORISTGREENHOUSES
of ,
Vitality Weyenberg instruction. William Amiro, 5259879. : Larry Haug, f ,,- do himself a great favor if he !.. Jakew .\... s..
life insure
:Mrs. Charles and Mrs. ; : a WE UIKK I1.O\\'ERS
Cushioned Bellaires Welly ST. JOSEPH contacts a Priest and secures
ance agent in 8672136ST.
641 Central! Ave. 862.1355y James Vevera announced that The first meeting of the St : 1 Lincoln, N e- instruction as soon as possible l'ITtRsnURG

plans for the 10th anniversary Joseph Mother's Club was held braska. "I was Mr. Haug concluded.Keystone .

Communion breakfast to be Wednesday, September 18 at Ita -
;; reared as a
served November 3 followingthe the school cafetorium. Plans s. Methodist" related "at HEINZENSERVICE ffl
d. .. Larry, HeightsST.
7:30: a.m.lass.. were discussed for events of ., ,. \ .. .... \> tended church and
,., :.... .:4:... .. services
f':4't Members were urged to make the coming year, which includea un- -- DAYTONA BEACH OFFICER OF NURSES sang in a choir. My parents are WILLIAM SHE.I. !

plans to attend the fall Dean- toy shoppers party, October .., ._ '.1__' ,...._ A., ..... ... God-fearing, devout churchgoers The Forty Hours Devotion
.Hiss Marian .ucnenna in .Miami. JLIIC legany, .1.,
I ery meeting in DeLand on October 2 a sale, October 11 ,
; rummage ;
and instilled in will be held here, September
Sister my young
22 and the Eucharistic ))a.tona Beach (right), president Sisters are Mary Anthony
and a Halloween carnival, October mind excellent moral princi- 29 to October 1, Father Thomas
Congress in Jacksonville on of the Florida Nurses O.S.F'"ho is nursing rxF.R I'lCktr m.LlfcKT
October 27. 22. Association!' and Mrs. Mary supervisor of St. Anthony ples to guide me along life's F. Kelly reported this week. lath St. Iftlh A... h..
The new officers of the club -hang 801.8:88sail
traiL" lie has arranged this schedule
Southcott of Jacksonville, a Hospital: in St. Petersburg, : tixERSTAMrs
BrandonNATIVITY are Mrs. C. Fred Devel, president member 0 f the Visiting and Just off camera at right The gentleman then continued High :Mass opening Forty ftb St. Itlh A... s..
; Mrs. Alfred F. Salerno, Then* 8 -4l31
y Nurses Association, stop to Sister Dorothy Marie O.S.F.of the narration of the Hours, 11:30 a.m., September
vice-president; Mrs. Joseph J. events in his life 29 devotions each evening,
speak to Sisters of St. Francis! St. Mary's Hospital, West pertinent by ;
/: Father David B. Cronin, Burns, treasurer; and Mrs. 7:30 High Masses before
\ /-." ;' tt"j : pas- at the association convention Palm Beach. saying: : p.m.;
tor of the Church of the Na- Robert Winner, secretary.ST. My first real contact with a the day's exposition of the Most

tivity, Brandon, has announcedthe JUDE trine manual with special emphasis Church other than the Methodist Blessed Sacrament, :Mondayand .Q.

new Mass schedule which The St. Jude Catholic Youth TampaOUR on the Fisher programof was in St. Louis during Tuesday at 7:30: a.m.

will become effective Sunday, Club recently completed its the Altar Society. World War II. One Sunday I The solemn closing: of Forty
r -=\ September 29. Sunday Masses first tennis tournament. Father IIELP Father Hines has thankedthe went with another aviation Hours will take place Tuesday,

will be at 7:15: 9, 10:15: and Timothy Allman presented the cadet to the Lutheran Church. October 1, at 7:30 p,m.
Blue Ribbon Financing Last Monday evening, a kickoff members for their fine
11:15.: winners with engraved The differences in the Luth-
trophies. The winners were meeting was held for the work in completing half of St. Petersburg
and Methodist services Port
build eran Orange
will help buy
you or your Ann Norton, Joyce Whigam, newly organized Dad's Club of their pledge for 0 u r Lady'sShrine
home at lowest cost. in the St. were startling. EPIPIIANY 4645 9th Street, North
new Flowers for Every Occas'onTinman's Russel Buckham and Michael Our Lady of Perpetual Help new Joseph'sChurch
Put him to work for you. Lops. Church and School. Arthur and urged them to con- While at the San Antonio Members of the Epiphany

FlowersBonded tinue to lead and the cadet classification center I Catholic Women's Club will
Parish students who have Manetta outlined plans for encourage
First Federal Savings Florist entered the ninth grade have parents of students to coop- other members of the parish. had my first and last exposureto hold a rummage sale October ENJOY AUTOMATIC

And Loan Association Telegraph Delivery been invited to join the club. erate with the "physical fit TallahasseeBLESSED a Southern Baptist minister.He 3-5, at 2SO North Beach Street. "Keep-Riled11

Of St. Petersburg 3931 Central Ave. 862.3661! The St. Jude Guild will spon- ness" program. Robert Beten- spent most of his sermon This location is five doors DELIVERY

SACRAMENT ranting and raving against the north of Sears, indi
court, newly appointed physical sponsors
sor a card party on Saturday,
-- Catholic Church, especially its Phone:
At the first meeting of the
education director
28 from .
September 1 to 4
Eugene Mueller's pm.in the athletic Blessed Sacrament Women's hierarchy. St. Pete- 898.1111 I I h
the cafetorium. The donationis programfor
the Guild on September 11, Mrs. Later in Savannah, Georgia, Clearwater-446.8314
Cameo Dining Room $1, and parishoners are year. MUMFORD
Don Ennessey Guild president came first contact with the
Father Thomas Kelly C.SS.R., my
asked to bring their own cards. BefrlfrratUn Air Conditioning
Kir 'll 'atHup outlined the schedule of events Church. Its ritual EI2IkiOLDEST :
.rb Service On Saturday, October 19, the pastor of Our Lady of Perpetual Episcopal Ural rump S.nlC' _
stressed the for the next month. The monthly differed radically from those Goo \'*,>\ Appllanrea515.5th.
EDWARD JAMES HOTELn Holy Name Society will sponsor .
O that parents can play in cake sales will be continuedon followed in the Methodist, Rt. South and LARGESTIN
a card party at 8 p.m. in rbODU
Charcoal! "uNMtd. Chop and
the first of each: and Baptist
Sunday Lutheran PINELLAS
tlliinrr ('hlrI.r.U the school cafetorium. The donation the physical, mental and moral Dar 558.5157It 8tS-31U
rlirl I..It. Charcoal ..dJ..KK JCKIM4X, IMnn Is a dollar.K education of their children: month and an exchange sys' Churches, I l began to glimpse

Broiled KlraLc After the meeting movies of tern for outgrown uniforms thp enormous differences---- in
of C
Island 3G1-82CI
11750 Cult hd.-Treasure the 1962 World Series were will be held from 3 to 4 p.m- the worship and doctrines of
To mark the opening of the
second session of the ecumenical shown to those attending the in the "White House" on each the various Protestant denom Low Cost

meeting of the newly formed Thursday in September.Mrs. inations.
council, Sunday, September -
Charbonneau is
club. Larry The unity, which Christ
29, the Knights of Columbus Auto
the new president of St. Rose! said forever to characterize -
6 Ambulance Service Council 2105 St. Peters.
., of Lima Circle. It was also an His Church, seemed'
Com Mrs. John Vasas and a committee
burg receive Holy
ThIs community service offers: Trained nounced that the meetings will l its absence. Loans
conspicuous by
munion in St. Paul church at are in charge of the 0//1./11 1111Y10
Attendants Oxygen Equipped Ambuof rather than
CALL-an be held monthly l
time .
Y lances Anywhere in City Without the 7:30: a.m. Mass.A Catholic Women's Club rum second month. Overseas duty enabled me to

day or \\oh1i a Ion. breakfast will be served mage sale planned next month. every visit Buddhist and Muslim tem- Available

night i MEMORIAL later and Father( William Kelly The sale will take place October JacksonvilleRESURRECTION ples and to get an idea of their

342-8821 I C. E. PREY A IT HOME will speak at the K or C hall 4 and 5 at the chapel hall religions and services. After

841-I 59th St. No. located at 1720 Central Avenue, on 11th Street. Father Matthew J. ConnollyIs leaving the air force I enrolledat THE NATIONAL BANKOF

St. Petersburg. ST. JOSEPH promised the assistance 01 f the University of Southern ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA

I CDAAt Father George Hines C.SS.R the new officers and commit,. California, where one of my '1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH

a meeting at 7:45 p.m.,, has invited parishioners to attend .. tees of the Woman's Club 01 t r courses treated the main religions Member F.D.I.C.

tilt. October 3 in the Catholic Forty Hours, September. Resurrection parish. Officerare I of the world. GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK

Daughters hall of Court Sancta 29 through October 1. : I then realized that the one

Maria No. 952, members will Members of the Altar Societyof Mrs. Michael Henry, press. Church, about which I knew

discuss a group attendance at St. Joseph's Church in Wes!; dent; Mrs. Charles Roessler, least, was the oldest and larg- For Clubs

the diocesan Eucharistic Congress Tampa, led by Mrs. Jesus Mar. Mrs. Robert Heykens, vice_ est of all-the Catholic. i

9 OPEC to 12 SAT.NOON I to he held October 27 in tinez and Mrs. Hector Herrero,, presidents; Mrs. William Good, I called on the chaplain of For Holy Name

Jacksonville. president and vicepresidentwill ,, secretary; Mrs. Norman Mills, the Newman Club and told r BreakfastFor

rhea. 8T. rUTKHSBUKO BEACH Also, plans will go forth fora attend the women's meet. treasurer; and Mrs. Harolc l him of my desire to learn more
l&th A... A Gulf Bled TRUST
tea from 2-4 under the! for the is beheld the Catholic Faith. Although Church
S60-5381: lour Account Inured tor r.D.I.C. SERVICE p.m. ing deanery. It to Estes, parliamentarian. about

chairmanship of Mrs. Zita in Dunedin, October 17.. Circle chairmen are Mrs. he knew that I was just Gatherings
O'Brien at the hall on October Members were asked to have:: Heykens, Mrs. B. J. Gross, Mrs. shopping around, he gave me

r TERMITES SWARMING ? ? I 19 and Communion together al. their reservations in no latei. Murray Dike Mrs. Charle:s generously of his time and
8 a.m. at St. Mary Church, October than October 10.Arrangements. Contino and Mrs. Good. knowledge.I .

< (Dermile & JJesl/ @(! ,,"Jr.J i ,r Orlando 20. made for the special have care beer 01 f Mt. Dora perceived Church alone that was the found.Catholic Canv.lsterDONUT

the altar for the Forty Houn I Miss Shelia Ann Croak, ed by Christ and authorizedby

PAUL G. riiiLur PnaldnS MORNING STAR Devotion. Each of the member daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Him to teach all nations.
Falrfleld Alto St. FtttrtharK Telephone 50:*:i2l J The Morning Star School]l volunteered for an hour 01 sf r Croak of Mt. Dora Is at. He appointed Peter the first or drop in anytime
Pasadena Ave. 341-7041 34th St. 898-4343
auxiliary will hold its annual t adoration on each of the three! tending Elizabeth Seton Col. Pope, and promised that the ,

benefit, January 15 at the! days. lege. The junior college, locatecin d I gates of hell would not prevails

i Cherry Plaza Hotel in Orlando. Preliminary plans are made
The event will be under th for an organized study of th staffed by the Sisters of Char. would remain with it always.

sponsorship of Jordan Marsh. Confraternity of Christian Doc. ity of St. Vincent de Paul. My interest was deepened, KINGflSHRESTAURANT

and later I took a complete -

of instructions from

.1 e Coming Events e Father Conrad J. Marrama at

SU Mary's Church in Lincoln

ThU column Iltti futnre ben.rlt..perl.l inert I no and errnU. of mr and read The Faith of Mil
than local lnt rc.'. Advance BO tiro of regular __tllI. will b. omitted.
1 ,- ., Your Full-Service LINX lions." SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST _

Commercial Barfk' Dessert card party, Sep White elephant and ,rum. 20, Holy Cross parish, Pal- As I looked over the non-

tember 28, 14 p.m., St. Jude iiuge sale, October 4v, Super metto. Catholic denominations, I noted 0 Golden Fried or Boiled Shrimp
make the
helps you tfyaur rnauyf.Q.lar
1I.'ltg boars cafetorium, St. Petersburg.Holy Value Store, Altamonte DCCW meeting Orlando again the differences and even 0 Succulent Scallops

I to 130 Mtodtt tonvt*f"4r sod I.f frt E....tf Xame Society Rally, Springs; St. Mary Magdalen Central Deanery, October 22, contradictions in their creeds.

'friendship you can bank oat' Central Florida Deanery; Altar Society and Guild. DeLand. This was in striking contrastto Luscious Lobsters

September 29, 8 a.m., Good DCCW meeting, St. Angus Halloween carnival, October the marvelous unity of the YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER _

Shepherd parish, Orlando. tine Deanery, October 8, Tal- 22, St. Joseph, 8f.Pettrtburg Catholic Church: its members SERVED OCEAN FRESH

Holy Name Society Rally, lahassee, 9 a.m. Mass. ; Mothers Club. professed the same doctrines, iiusiirurriEs AND ROLLS -

St. Augustine Deanery; Sep. Charity ball, Monsignor Card party, Mt. Vernon received the same sacraments, Chicken and SteaksAt

17W I.Mela 161.Nwtll1h.. lL.lar Itlar I S.Nti buwo.ca(,r &i' tember 29, 8:30 St. Paul Bishop Council 2112, Knightsof Lodge, Winter Park October assisted at the same Mass and Famous Johns

parish, Jacksonville. Columbus, 4421 East Colonial 23, 8 p.m.; Ma it land parish all acknowledged the same PassFantabulous

Forty Hours Devotion, September Drive, Orlando, October benefit. spiritual head-the Pope.

29-October 1, St. Jo- 12, 9 p.m. Transfiguration! social hall, Here alone it the unity

seph parish! Tampa. Stanley party, St. John Sf. Petersburg, rummage sale, which Christ paid was to dis-

Everyone will enjoy! this Forty Hours Devotion, St. Vianney parish hall, Orlando, October 25-26.

William Church, Keystone 1 p.m., October 13. Holy Name Society Convention .

Heights, September 29-October nCef'meeting, Southwest October 25-27, St. WStrkeSdsor

Family- 1.Rummage. Coot Deanery, October 16, Paul parish, Jacksonville. 51/4 % $1575 e..bl.Porno.ssq.asrMsMdiq h

sale, October 2-f, liradenton. Diocesan Eucharistic Con. a.eds S.5
l1S loos d NI
Restaurant Sacred Heart parish, New Card party, Bishop Kenny gress, October 27, Jackson

Smyrna Beach, sponsor. High School, Jacksonville, ville. INTEREST

'I Port Orange rummage sale, October 16, 8 p.m.; Blessed Rummage sale, October 29,

e Difftrtnt) sptcfels tyiry day October 3,4,5; 280 X. Beach Trinity parish benefit. Blessed Trinity Woaien's CA THOLICChurchHospital

Fine food ct modest pricts Street, Epiphany club, lJon.or. DCCW meeting, West Coast Club, St. Petersburg, sponsor. !!!

for evtr 24 ytcn Deanery, October 17, Dun.
Fall deanery rally, West Three Glorious Days
Tampa, Most Holy Re. edin. Coast, St. Jude Church, St.
sale, October 18- Two Breakfasts or Lunches
deemer Women's Club rummage Petersburg, November 11, School

sale, 11th Street chapel 19, Eau Gallic, Ascension par. 12:30 p.m. Mass. Two Gourmet Dinners

hall, October 4-5. ish Guild. Fall dance, Jacksonville, BONDS Come Anytime Friday Leave Anytime
tbaLIGHTHOUSE Bazaar, October 5, 4 to 9 Parish supper, Sanford, All Sunday.
southi! Woman's Club, November
p.m. and October 6, 1 to 8 Souls hall, October 19, 6:30 - - -
23, 9 p.m.; San Jose
I p.m., school grounds Holy DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. lunderbirdRestaurant
p.m.Buffet Parish Guild, sponsor.
RESTAURANT Rosary parish, Jacksonville. dinner, entertain 401 Florida Thratro ..lldlDI'SL

Moonlight crui e Florida went, St. Paul school cafe Spaghetti dinner Camp rcteribarr 1. ria. Fh. IIIUlllIE
Pedro, November 23, 1p.m Motel Lounge ..
Queen 7:30 p.m. October 5i; torium, Jacksonville Beach, NA ..................,..,.. iJUAIrn Entertoinment
IK4. Park St. t1aehn511rg dock for entertainment, food, October 19; St Paul Guild ., benefit MaUland parish. .VigtfjPiano Ear)
TyroM 6 ADDRESS ...............u... Coutrs 41st.'K Where Central Are. Meet tJ#Cu/T/
Bahla Beach FamilyWomen's Card party, December ,
St. at ; Holy sponsor. .
........., ... Treasure Island(St. Prtm&urg)Florida
Guild, sponsor, St. Southwest deanery Holy St. Teresa parish, Titusville; CITY. STATE. .. American Eiprtu-365-5111.
F.C. Diners Club
Petersburg. Name Society rally October Woman's Club, sponsor.


illV .

Congress Hears Cardinal The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept. 27, 1963 Page Three I
,- "J" .:
g "

Management Told to Regard Man fill .. ;, ::.:. .. Msgr. Elslander I Mass Guide I Ist"xn.Y

III .".... ,, : ';" Catholic School System September 29

As Moral Being not Technical ToolNEW : :. '\ 17th Sunday after Pentecost.!
) Michael
; "', Gift to Sarasota County Indication of St. of feat

YORK (NC)-Persons in.managerial positions must not look upon man as a Sisters Archangel. (Mav
(Cnntluurd from Page On) staffed with nine of Gloria 2nd Prayer of the
tool for technical progress but should show concern for his moral and intellectual wel- k .-- pointing out what parochial St. Benedict and 12 lay teachers Sunday, Creed, Preface of

fare, a Cardinal from Italy has said here at the 13th international management con- IIJI1 schools are saving the public has a well rounded athletic Trinity.)

gress. > taxpayer and ,submitted them and is considered one
"He who technical progress but as a spring mutual misunderstandings. program MONDAY. September 30St.
manages must not "" to local
; newspapers. of the finest in the county, the
leader and
inspirer of men, ; Doctor -
consider himself Jerome.. (:Mass: of a
solely as the "Even if used the lower
author or comptroller of a said Giuseppe Cardinal Siri!, "It implies a policy of pro / : we pastor said.Monsignor. Gloria, Common Preface.)
Archbishop of Genoa. He spokeon motion which gives to each the statewide average $347 per Elslander, who

"Management and the opportunity to develop his nat n: -..5mi pupil cost of education in the this year marks his 36th :year TUESDAY October 1

Scout Chaplain Spiritual Needs of Man" at a ural qualities and acquired ; :, : public schools," )1 0 n s i g nor: as pastor of St. Martha's\ ,, (:Mass: of 17th Sundaaft..r
: Elslander noted, "it still bringsup 2nd Prajer of St.
session the development of Pentecost
plenary of the congresslast ability and avails itself of 5' 5S 'I' helped in
a figure of $150,583." He nrmi igius, Common Preface.)
Orders Awards Friday. them S. i..", new churches in the county,,

"The first spiritual need of "These conditions! aid in S l-" added that there was considerable and then went on to lend his WEUXSn.Ortober: 2

Father David B. Cronin, Diocesan in man the face of modern enterprise creating in management; a The Holy
Boy Scout Chaplain,, S'S, who, never realized, until the in these Com-
," the Cardinal said, "is 'human' environment that getting schools started ((3lass of feast, Gloria,

has announced that all applica that of entering into it as muchas lessens distances andstrengthens church contribution was re new parishes under Diocesan mon Preface.)

tions for Catholic Scout awards .. ...' <.> duced to dollars and cents,, .
possible as 'man' and to remain social peace he -- S .Y THCUSO.Odol'er :3St.
be exactly what the parochial
must sent to him before
in it with a perspectiveof said. POPE RECEIVES MR. ADENAUER Therese of the ClilMJCMIS.
school was doing for the com
they can be ordered from the
national gradual development; not to "The management policies Pope Paul VI recently received West German Chan- munity. .Mass of feast, Gloria

scout headquarters. be merely a generator of physical capable of creating such an cellor Konrad Adenauer. Mr. Adenauer is wearing the is that Com mon Preface.' )
Ad Altare Dei and Parvuli "And if the figure
energy but to express himself environment cannot be made insignia of the Supreme Order of Christ, a pontifical .
in Monsignor October
Dei awards are the highest thata intellectually and morallyin high just our county, 'Iun.\\,
possible without a moral doc decoration from this Holy Father. Elslander noted, "you. St. Francis of Asisl.! Mass
Catholic Scout can earn. management. trine in fact without a theologyof '
can well imagine-due to vig ReportsDaytona of feat, Gloria, CommonPreface.
Father Cronin, also pastor of Cardinal Siri said that "the'iole labor which will give a S
orous promotion of Catholic .)
St Clement parish in Plant preoccupation for technical total picture man," CardinalSiri Pope Praises Adenauer'sRole education throughout the di-
October 5
progress; and for an stressed.He BeachOUR SATURDAY,
City, directed that applicationsbe
ocese-educational costs in the
Rle '.ed Virginfor
the *
ensuing output is not satisfactory (Mass: of
sent to him at 407 North said that "managementmust in Reconstruction millions of dollars have beer LADY OF LOUKDKS Saturda-, Gloria, Preface'
and, in the long; run, have the courage to affirm -
Thomas Street, Plant City.Larf not just." is at the removed from the public and Parents attending the Sep of the Blessed Virgin: ; or St!i.PI.H'itlus .

that the economy VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI has praised'West assumed by the Catholic faith tember meeting of the Home and Companions
He added that only "preoc- service of man and not otherwise "
German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's "essential contribu- ful. School Association were
cupation for man's total pro- and that this is essentially and Gloria, 2nd! Prayer of the
tion" German It was the continual en new
to reconstruction. welcomed by Merle Denny
-. 1 --- gress is satisfactory. a service." fession, the altar directly above Blessed: Virgin for Saturday,
= and Brendan
couragement president. F a t her
The Cardinal stated that "the "It must have courage to af. the tomb of St. Peter. He then Common Preface.)
the Diocese during the
Pope Paul also thanked the from over Donnelly I.C. was among
of the universal ofman's "that went down into the basilica's
policy use firm, he concluded, production
German people for "what they a decade of saving and plan 120 present. SUNDAY, October 6
*t l'r* crl| llonIMmrinarr talents" is a two-way is not justified in itself crypt, where he prayed at the
In the South" have done and are doing to hell: ning, Consignor Elslander said, The school handbook, compiled J8lh Sunday after Pentecost.!
between "those who in tombs of and
street XII
I appreciate jour patronage but only in the measure Popes .
peoples on the to develop that resulted in groundbreaking the Irish Sisters of
Free Delivery FK 4-7691 manage and those who are ina which it places man-free froma way John XXIII. by (Mass of Sunday, Gloria, :2nd
for the county's first Catholic
ment. the school,
who staff
Huntington Bldg. Miami subordinate ina Mercy consecration
position. servitude
more material Prajer for the
school in of 1950
Catholics are taking a "par presented by Mother Clare.
"It implies a declared wishto condition to attend to all his of Aichbishopjosepli
the school the anniversary
this When opened
ticularly active part" in Copies were available to par
improve relations," he con- duties (not excluding those referring Allegation November it had II ley Creed,
\\"* Offer To A hrlrrt Clientele and vtork, the Pope said duringa following ar ents at the meeting. The suggestions : 1' in ,
tinued, "or at least in large to his supreme
A Limited :umber Of rutted private audience granted to enrollment of 186 students ir and information in it,, Preface of Trinity.)
And Improved iamlljr I.tatn organizations to lift them out eternal destiny), and in a position Adenauer.The Incorrect On grades one through six. The Mother Clare explained, were

Four, Flte And SI* Acre TarceU of inertia, confusion or to to express the noblest ,
and the chancellor following ;year, a new winj
Pope made with the advice and helpof
Mission Valley clear away factors from which aspects of his spiritual nature. spent 45 minutes together ir Viet Raids was put on, a seventh grad Father Irvine Nugent. ForAn

the Pope's private library. The added, and a cafeteria built.
Estates I FI Pope delivered his speech i in By Father Patrick O'Connor In 1952, the eighth grade Lake Mary EstimateCall II:

German, after coming out with] SAlON (NO -The allegation was" added, and in 195G, the US :

I'..t Office Box 37 $ Adenauer to greet the 14 members in the United States magazine ninth grade was added. This: NATIVITYThe ]
Laurel Road bit Farutota Co.
1 Laurel. Florida : of the chancellor's party. Xeusweek, that the Viet continued until 1959 when the first meeting of the fall
Paul recalled meeting, of Cardinal Mooney of the Catholic Women's
I AD.60061(20)r ( Pope namese special forces that as operation season BUTLER BR'OS.LUMBER .

Bro haru. Kettrirtloni and with Adenauer when he was ir sailed Buddhist pagodas in High School was inaugurated, Club of Nativity parish Lake

t Price 08 reqiiett ___ the papal secretariat of state Saigon on August 21vere St Martha's School today. ,, Mary, was held September Hat CO.

under Pope Pius XII and later not warranted by evidence 8 p.m. in the parish social S

I ___ .; when he was Archbishop of: available here.

JACKSONVILLESTEAKS ___ D.?.t :Milan.: Adenauer frequently vacations (In its September 2 issue1"Newsweek" British Teachers hall.After opening the meeting West Palm Beach

\ in a summer villa at described the with prayer, Mrs. John Mac TE 2-6171

fv Cadenabbia, near Milan. He troops engaged in "operationpagoda" Told to Respect Farlane, president, welcomed

flew from there to Rome for 17 new members to the club,
.O'P as having three dom
the audience. Rights of Parents and read a letter from the
inant characteristics: 'T hey ST. AUGUSTINESALES
z ILi After Paul Catholic Charities Bureau
thanking Pope
were Catholic, they were from LONDON (NC) Catholic:
for his kind words, Adenauersaid thanking the club for its dona
Hue and they were ruthless.
LX- teachers from all over the
that the of l'ope : tion of a layette. A progress report
memory (In its September 23 issue world were told here that they
Pius XII is still vivid among the editor repeated this state- on the building of an outdoor and SERVICEChevroletBuick
must never usurp the right::I
i J : both Catholics and non-Cath ment, saying that the troops of shrine honoring Our Ladyof
even inadequate parents.
eKA.l\C .aotLZ. oUrs forces Good Counsel, was given by
special handpickedfor
I were ,
Bishop Andrew Beck A.A.. 01
STEAKS Mrs. Quilling, spiritual
L The German statesman wore the occasion.
--- ---- )
----- ,,
------- -
:r.., .t n.ar St. Viaduct Salford, chairman tof the Cath chairman.
I( KL 4-91SI GUEST OF lIANAGEME1CONGRESS the insignia of the Supreme The only "ba is" for the olic Education Council of Eng, development Fort Marion
Order of Christ, which had
Giuseppe Cardinal: Sir I, Xewsiveek description pro\es land and Wales, told the fifth
been given him the day befon San Antonio Chevrolet Co.
Archbishop of Genoa, who to be a statement reportedlymade triennial congress of the

I EASTERliNG: : P'H'At.M'AC'l recently addressed delegatesto in the Angelo Pope's Dell'Acqua name by Archbishop substitute .- by a A'ietnamese special World Union of Catholic Teach. ST. ANTHONY 123 San Marco A"e.

the IntPl'natinnalIana:: r. forces officer.
ers that the teacher is the! :Michele Gentry, daughter of
papal secretary of state St. AugustineVA
RELIABLE J'K}; CKn'TIOX SfcKMCKPrut. inent Congress: in New York, This concerned a group of "agent and auxiliary 0 f the! Mrs.\ Dixie Gentry of San An-

e Co.metlp, Cigar and Camera Luncheon Department and Soda Bar visited: in Washington; ; left for ordinary affairs. The order "five or six men" of whom he parent in the work of educa. tonio, Florida, is a member of 92212Budgeting
Teen 1'lcknp and Delivery is the highest of papal orders:
SOS niandlnr Blfd. Kr 80734.0735 to right, Italian Ambassador had charge during the raid on tion." the freshman class at the College
a of knighthood and is usually
831 J.mme. Rd. 171-6903 to the United States, SergioFenoallea one pagoda. All were Catholics Some 250 repre.senlathes! of ] of Mount St. Joseph on
I). Q. Jo\STJRLIXG.: Owner-Manajer reserved for Catholic kings and
; Cardinal Sir; presidents. except one, who was a Buddhist half a million Catholic teach the Ohio. Miss Gentry, a graduate

Archbishop! Egidio Vagnozzi, he said, adding the rest of Holy Name Academy,
the audience chancel In 50 countries took partin
apostolic: delegate to the of the description quoted by ers will join 350 freshmen in a

SCHOOLSSAINT United States and Auxiliary lor Adenauer paid a courtesy "Newsweek." He was speaking the congress' which was total enrollment of 1000 full-

]ti!'hop Ihilip1.:: Hannan of visit to Amleto Cardinal Cico only of those "five or six men" held in London 'l"'nh"l'sit.s time students at the college.Maitland .

AVashington.Bishop i gnani, papal secretary of state -less than a squad. Institute of Education."If : .
The Cardinal returned the

JOSEPH'S ACADEMY visit later in the day at the a child is to grow har

SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA Sends German embassy to the Holy Holy Name Meetings moniously to balanced matu, ST. MARY MAGDALENSt.

Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 7-12 See. rity," Bishop Beck said, "home Mary Magdalen's Holy
Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited Priest to Council BUFFALO (XC) The national and school must work hand in members will
Chancellor Adenauer Iso' Society
a director of the Holy
Dramatics Tennis with
Music! Art hand as far as possible
October 5 from
For further particulars address; Sister Directress :ST. CLOUD (NC) Bishop visited St. Peter's basilica and Name Society, Father Denis B. out stress or tension, above all sponsor a dance

r Peter W. Bartholome, 70, of St. prayed at the Altar of the Con McCarthy O.P., of New York, without creating a division of 9 p.m. to 1 am. VFW Post
Drive and ?
2093, Edgewater
under treatment for a recently told the delegates that
in the mind of the
SAINT I JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN leg ailment, has disclosed that Loan of TaxPaidTextbooks the convention here markedthe child.loyalties Fairbanks Avenue, Orlando.

BEACH he will not attend the Second end of the society's patternof Tickets are $3.99 a couple. For
BegunIn "This is why we insist that. reservations, call Mrs. Frank Use Our Low Cost
R.at.I."t Out* da ached for clrlll-erad.. one through lix. Esten.heeround. Vatican Council session open national meetings. He said
I In a hilly and picturesque rcolt1on. Large swimmIng pool. the child of a Catholic home! Sliwak, TE 8-1210 or Mrs.
T."nl. r..urt.. Other .porta faC'UItI.. )Iu"ico. art. dandn&, and dramatlcs ing September :29. Rhode Island/ future emphasis will be on regional should be entrusted to the care! Thomas Moran, 8383228. Dead Checking Plan
Conducted b1' the SIster. or Saint .Jo'.ah. For further Information My physician "has given me
I apply te: Sister UlnC'tr.... Saint ..Jo..ah"ad.ntS'. Jensen Beach.I orders to stay home for the PROVIDENCE (XC) A meetings. of Catholic teachers." line for reservations is October

next few weeks," the Bishop total of 7256 textbooks have 3. You can Iteep an accu-

I ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident said.question"It seems of rest to be in principallya order to been under requested Rhode Island's by 4271 new pupils pro I Try_ This Kitchen TreatS I rate record of your spend-

and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully get back to normal The gram of lending tax-purchased .. ing and really keep to

I accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general doctors have ordered me not texts to nonpublic school chil I -, your budget with our

courses music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy to go to the council." dren. ,

Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa Florida. The Bishop named Father Edward P. Wilcox, associate. simple I checking: account
state commissioner of education
editor of
Vincent A. Yzermans,
the St. Cloud Visitor diocesan for research and planning, system.

ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident his described the total of requestsas THOMPSONand
newspaper as personal representative St. Augustine

and day chool for girls on shores of beautiful at the council. "much more modest thar
Lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited. New "There will be two or three anticipated. BAILEY National l Bank

buildings.11 sports, music, art, dramatics. Directed by Priests Father Yzermans and The new law provides that S ; :
Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar, an individual private school 8 Cathedral PlaceSt. :

ROSARIAN .-\.CtDE3IYVEST PALM BEACH: Father Godfrey (Diekmann), pupil can apply to the local 'X'.4b'l1" S ? __ Augustine VA 4-1631 Safety-Service

O.S.B., (editor of Worship \ I qfl4 7 5,
public school board for the

magazine), and a few others loan of state-approved textbooks r S ,

MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANSSCHOOL who will be in attendance and in science, mathematics FOR BETTER GROVES AND CROPS USE

will keep all of us fully informed and modern foreign lang

," Bishop Bartholomesaid. uages.A Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite

Resident school for boys grades 5 through 9. Located on : state spokesman department estimated of education the. S : S & Hi-Calcium Lime

beautiful East LaU, Tampa. Ample facilities. Enriched academic cost:: this year at about $25,000. ,
for the best in... FROM
Both local communities and
curriculum. Extensive music and sports programs.

Write for descriptive catalog. pest the state will share the expense Coffee CakeCalr CRYSTAL RIVER QUARRIES. INC.
of the books.
I ; or until is S
l REV. FATHER DIRECTOR One 10' %. >kg. coffeecake egg completely Phone River
Requests for books must be 2-o mix J easy blended. Crystal Florida 795-2409

!' P. O. Box H, Tampa 5, Florida conti'o1ierviee made by individual students- *1 eggS unbeaten Squeeze bag to empty batter OR YOUR SPREADER SERVICEGAINESVILLE'S
i nhlkU
The Catholic school stem cup
cup drained trucked: pineapple into special aluminum foil pan
and other private schools have, Broiled Icing: contained in package. (Do not
Envelop cinnamon topping (contained
any mass in coffee cake package) grease pan.) Bake in preheatedoven
HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN call books in line with suggestions U cup flaked or shredded coconut., (3 S.F.) about 25 minutes. FINEST IIO3IE VALUES
Or I kin from framers of the law 2 tablespoons chopped nutmeata
For broiled combine
ANTONIO : that its is,. 2 tablespoons milk icing,
ralI constitutionality Heat oven to moderate cinnamon topping, coconut,

Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters more certain if pupils alone ((375'F.). Put egg milk and nutmeats and milk. Open cor-

I Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through I_for tte sak of your homo are directly involved.GREGG'S pineapple into large bag of mix. ner folds of pan so that icing

twelve Academic and commercial courses and private Squeeze upper part of bag to will not drip in broiler. Spread JUST TWO BLOCKS FROM

classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with force air out. Close top of bag icing over top of baked coffee ST. PATRICK'S' PARISH AND SCHOOL
private lake in a healthful location provides opportunity by holding tightly between cake; place in broiler, 3 to 4

for all sports. Lakeland's Only Downtown Florist thumb and index finger. With inches from source of heat. II HUGH EDWARDS INC.

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I Council will Solve Modern DilemmaTHE Holy Communion Confirms Comment

chief topic of discussionat something more. It Is an organization next to this building so they Belief in Real Presence

second session of the an institution but can enter it readily for servo Vietnam's Religious Persecution? .
V Council will be the Church. most modern theologians seem ices. Parishioners go Into this <*LJOW can sane people believe the stuff Catholics do

That seems to be the consen. to feel that the best descrip- building to offer worship and 1 believe-about eating Christ's body, for example,

sus among tion of the Church is "the people --receive sacraments.Yet and salvation being bound up with wetting a baby's head, newscasts and the news sentenced to ten years' hard These ministers speak of the

t h e o log lans of God." it seems to me there Is to say nothing of three Gods who are somehow one?" THE have been featuring, labor for conspiring againstthe "shocking religious persecutionin

and Bishops. 1 The people of God In the Old something fundamentallywrong There is a profounder question here than can be an- for the past few months, the government; a Catholic South Vietnam," of the "de
r There will be Testament were a chosen peo- about thinking of the swered by taking each doctrine separatelyand small Asian country of South civilian was given six years' nial of religious freedom" to

discussion o n ple, a dedicated nation, set Church of Christ in such a showing that it is not insane to believe Vietnam. Saigon, the capital, it solitary confinement for the the Buddhist monk who set
sources of rev. apart from other nations and static, material fashion. is reported, is a city "grippedby same reason. Two weeks ago, himself on fire.
n" it. If we did to satisfy
elation, on religious J tribes for a very special pur. The Church needs stable manage our man fear"; Catholic President President Diem removed Father BUT THAT TilEYhaven't

liberty, pose-the pure worship of the parishes and a certain measure i about those three, there would be three Ngo Dinh Diem is engaged Cao van Luan from his the foggiest notion of
( on ecumenism: one God. But the new peopleof 'r1 more after that, and so on without end. -
of stability in parish life upon a relentless persecutionof post as rector of the state university conditions In Vietnam is evident
there will be God, as we find them described -but the Church is far more \_t, .,.s. It is better to get your questioner to con- the Buddhists, who number at Hue-possibly be- from the nature of their
\ the long pro- in the New Testament, .._., centrate on the first few words "how have
than a mass of brick and can 12,000,000 out of a total population cause some of his students second "charge" against the
cess of voting are an apostolic as well as a mortar. The Catholic Churchis I sane people" -with the accent on the of about 14000000. been active in the Buddhist Diem government. They decry

on the parts of worshiping people. more like an army on the "how." He knows Catholics, lives along- That there is trouble in Viet demonstrations.These the "immoral spraying of partsof

the liturgy schema not yet ap "Going, therefore, teach all march than an edifice on real side them, works with them, travels with nam is evident. That this trou- are facts. They indi- South Vietnam with crop-
; proved. But the center of attention nations ." This missionary estate. them. Ask him to concentrate on the general ble stems from the religious cate that the charge of religious destroying chemicals;" and

j will be the question: quality of the Church will receive People go to the Church for impression has of them-not of their religious beliefs persecution of Buddhists by a persecution leveled they speak of the herding of
what Is the Church? In his interview great consideration at !. "Catholic-dominated" govern against Diem's regime lacks an many people into concentrationcamps
public worship but it is also but or tnemseives as
\\i in "Ave Maria" on September the second session. true that the Church goes to people. That Is what Newman meant ment is by no means certain, adequate foundation. called "strategic ham

\ 14th Cardinal Ritter Of course, the Bishops will the people. It goes out into the Apart from their beliefs he when he said soon after his despite the loaded phrases used BESIDES TIllS, COMPEtent lets."
predicted that the Church will give due attention to knotty highways and byways and does not find them lunatics or conversion This is a religion." by news media to keep the observers deny the chargeof Crop destroying chemicalswere

I be the major subject of the deliberations problems such as the status of brings guests into the wedding even as a general rule eccentric Throughout the ages religionhas world abreast of what's goingon. religious persecution. used-to clear the dense
and pointed out that validly baptized Protestants In feast. meant initiation into divine Father Patrick O'Connor, vegetation away from both
: he would agree that theyare
Pope; John's Intention in call. the Church and the rights and St. Paul's concept of the not extraordinary people, mysteries-not simply kindnessto Is Diem's government who has spent 18 years cover- sides of roads, and thus to

Ing the Council was to "renew"the privileges of Bishops. Church was certainly a con peculiar people, or even par- our fellow men, combined denying freedom of religionto ing the news beats of the Far make it more difficult for communist -

Church. The big, overshadowing ques- cept of a missionary Church. ticularly noticeable people.Yet with proper respect for God Buddhists? East, and who, for the past guerillas to ambush the
"I'm confident" said the Car. tion however will be how According to Harold F. Erick- Vietnamese citizens who must
: Today we are living In a dynamic they will receive into seen as approving in the back two years, has had his head
dinal, "that the Council will should the apostolic Church son, an on-the-scene observerin those roads.
approach in
society with people for. their mouths what looks likea ground.For quarters Saigon, says, categorically -use
give a considerable portion of men of our time? ever on the move and society piece of bread in the absolute us God is not in the Vietnam, there "is not now, that the current What' so wrong. with that?

its time, to defining the Church An apostolic Church cannot itself in constant upheaval. conviction that they are receiving -background. He is at the very nor has there ever been, any Buddhist agitation is really And those strategic hamletsare

and clarifying the meaning of become a prisoner behind its Christ Himself, so that center, always in action, pour. denial of religious freedom to aimed "at the overthrow of the not, by any wild stretch of
God.the "Church as the people of own church walls as Pope Pius contact How can with the these Church people make? after Communion they hold ing energies into us by whichwe Buddhists in Vietnam." government," that it is political the imagination, concentrationcamps.

IX became a prisoner of the that He is closer to them than can, if we choose to respond PROOF OF TIllS STATE- not religious. They are the equivalentof
The Council Is! the Church Vatican. Nor can an apostolic The ordained clergy have to ever He was to the Apostles as to them, know far beyond ment is in the fact that 25% of Frederich E. Nolting Jr., until the forts that dotted Amt

looking into itself and find. Church be content to save the give most of their time to they tramped the roads of Gali- our own knowing power, all presently existing Buddhist two weeks ago the U. s. ica's frontiers in the days of

:ing, under the guidance of saved. It must be on the march, church and sacristy. lee together. They cannot explain love far beyond; our own loving churches were constructed dur- ambassador to Vietnam, foundno Indian attacks: farmers go out

the Holy Spirit, certain must be progressive, must Which means, and the Council it, but they are quite certain power. ing the nine years in which evidence of "religious per- into the fields to do their work
truths about itself that it preach the Gospel to every will undoubtedly affirm it, of it.'fhat The unbeliever may tell him. Diem has been president. An. secution." by day, and return to the fortsat

only dimly perceived in ear. creature.It that in the immediate future you are asking! your self that this is all illusion. other 25% have been renovated And the ArchhUhop of night in order to be safe

.Her times. is significant that we gen the laity will have to evangelize questioner to do is to look at Later, we may try to prove to during his regime; and the Saigon, in a pastoral letter, from attack. Substitute communist .
I 1 The older catechisms pictured erally think of a church build- the cultural and industrial environment his! own question re-\vorded: him that it is true. "Catholic-dominated" govern. wrote: guerillas for Indians,
the Church to us as an ing when we speak of the in which they live How comes it that quite commonplace But for the moment our con- ment of Diem contributed 9- "We must also refute those and the parallel Is identical.

institution, an organization, a Church. We think of a build and work. For they also are people accept as a cern is that he should realize 000,000 piastres-$125,000-toward who would have the world Nobody at all Is forced to live
juridical body but today the ing from which the life of the the people of God on the matter of course what similarly that we accept, and thereforelive these projects. In fact, believe that Christians have in these strategic hamlets.
Church knows it is all that and parish radiates. Priests live march. commonplace dismiss mentally in, a wider world. Diem himself gave 600,000 oppressed Buddhists in recent
people as Finally, much of the faN
sheer lunacy? The problem he He and we are like people from piastres toward the building of years. These calumnies, which Information about the religious .

Father John J. CastelotGod's must face in his own mind is different planets, and this fact Xa Loi Pagoda in Saigon, the often originate with persons persecution in Vietnam
the of -unless both are aware of it Buddhist church which is cur- living abroad, have no validity
acceptance lunacy by is! either deliberately I or
I non-lunatics! who in the -must befog all our discussion.It rently the center of resistanceto against the truth which is that
unwittingly I fostered by
i' Mercy Extolled by Psalmist general run of life are as ordinary is hard for him to the government.Now religious peace based on toler. those who recognize only

as himself can, in this imagine or conceive' what the this, surely, would be a ance has reigned between two forms of government:
- ,again, in Psalm 47, an used to designate the city precisely In the second stanza (5-8) one field, swallow such extraordinary actual experience is of livingin new approach to a denial of religious -Christians and Buddhists." democracy and communist

ONCE troubador of the as God's earthly dwell the defeat of Israel's enemiesis things. our wider world. freedom! IN TilE LIGHT OF ALL dictatorship.Any .

Lord gives ecstatic thanks to ing place, and the author addsa described. This poses two questionsnot He tells us that we are out Perhaps, it may be argued, this evidence, it is interestingto other type of government

-- God for having delivered His strange phrase to his descrip- In the last verse their destruction only how can they do it, of our depth: we cheerfully ad. Diem is anti-Buddhist in other try to account for the widespread -that of Franco's Spain,

I people from tion: "the recesses of the is likened to the but why he himself cannot. He mit it and invite him to joinus ways; perhaps he discriminates notion that there is no or Salazar's Portugal, or Diem's
imminen t dis North." wrecking of "ships of Tharsis"by assumes that it Is they who are out there. For we are swim- against Buddhists in his civil freedom of religion in Vietnam, Vietnam to be eliminatedas

aster. It is difficult Now Jerusalem Is hardly a a shattering east wind. out of step. Out of step with ming, not drowning. The oceanis and military appointments.But that a "Catholicdominated"regime soon as possible, even at
to iden. northern city; it is not even in These ships were so called be- him, certainly. But out of step easier to swim in than a poolwe this isn't true either. Of Is persecuting the adherents the risk of far worse evils.

tify with any the north of Palestine. But the cause they were large and with reality? could stand up in, there is the 19 army generals, only of Buddhism.One .
who make the One thing is clear-Catholics much of it to sustain three are Catholics; of the 17 clue to an explanationmay OBVIOUSLY, DIEM'S
I assurance the pagan peoples were neighbors sturdy enough to trip so more has
have a wider mental gullet appointees to the Cabinet, only be found In Time magazine's government opposition.
historicaleven of Israel looked to a mythical from Phoenicia to Tartessus in What doesn't!
than other people. Is it too us.One five are Catholics: the Vice footnote on Page 33, government
t which mountain far to the northas Spain, the whole length of the remembers a poem -
wide? He must make his President and the Secretary of issue of July 19, 1963, in which And, admittedly, he may be reacting -
prompted the the abode of the gods, and Mediterranean.If up I've measured it from side to in
_ song. It may there is a certain delicate ironyin our psalmist were writing own mind about this too. We side: 'Tis three feet long, and State are Buddhists. Admittedly the U.S. press corps In SaigonIs to this opposition an
I about half of the 123- Imprudent, even wrong man
- well have been the psalmist's use of the today he pe'rhaps would have can help him by telling him two feet wide.If just characterized as "vociferously -
member National Assembly is ner. But to canonize this opposition -
the abortive invasIon phrase with reference to Mount used the example of a mighty how that wide gullet of ours a man lives in a 3 x 2 anti-Diem. Such prejudice it
Catholic, but this can be accounted by labeling a strugglefor
of the Assyrians in 701 naval task force being bat seems to us. world, he may live in it untroubled rarely makes for accurate re freedom Is
religious to
Sion.Here for the fact that
f B. c., as was the case with he says in effect, is tered by a typhoon.In If we believe that God says but with his man porting or valid interpretation ignore the facts. It could
Catholic schools graduate bet- very
I psalm 45. At any rate, the the true "northern mountain the third stanza (9-12)), something is so, then we accept hood diminished. Powers of action -of the news. well to be tragic if the
ter-educated citizens than Bud. prove
psalmist sees God's presence in ," the abode not of mythIcal the author reflects on God's it, even though we are and response-which In. Many people, too, have been U.S. to the out
dhist schools. were pull rug
the Holy City as the reason gods, but of the one true merciful intervention.The quite unable to see how it clude the power to be troubled misled by the false charges from under Diem, and thus
be in him for Nor is arrest and imprisonment brought against the Diem government -
for its marvelous deliverance. God. people had heard of His can BO.Nothing -atrophy want of a Pandora' box of horrors -
Great is the LORD and The use of a pagan allusionin powerful protection of their is too large for our meted out solely to by the Ministers' Viet. open and real honestlogoodness .

wholly to be praised; in the a sacred hymn should not forefathers. Now they have experienced gullet when we are sure that use.We shall get nowhere till we Buddhists. Catholics suspected n a m Committee (Harrison, persecution for all of
I. city of our God. God is surprise us. The Church herself it personally and God is offering it to us. Real- bring him to understand not of plotting against the government Pike, Fosdick, Niebuhr, et al.! ) southeastern Asia.

with her castles; renowned uses the same poetic should rejoice and be grateful.The izing that we are in contact this or that belief, but first are arrested and and publicized in a full page
is he as a stronghold (2,4)). license in some of her hymns. fourth stanza ((13-15)) with a mind immeasurably the mind with which we holdit tried just like everybodyelse. ad in the Times, as well as in -Reprinted from The Jose-

l Verse 3 extols the beauty of For instance, in the hymnfor sounds like an invitation to mightier than our own, we ex then the world we inhabit. Times and Commonweal edi phinum Review
Jerusalem as the city of the Lauds In the office of the visiting pilgrims to go on a pect realities beyond our comprehension Before we can convert him, we One Catholic lieutenant was torials. (August 28, 1963))

f great, King. dedication of a church the Son sight-seeing tour of the city, : must wake him. --
"Mount Slon" was the orig. of God is said to have come not just to admire its strengthand From the Editor's Desk

inal name of the rocky prom. down "from the highest peakof beauty, but to impress up- Question BoxPontiff
inence on which the city was Olympus." Now Mount on their minds the fact that I

I built, and In later years was Olympus was the abode of the this is truly the Holy City and What is the Roman Curia. ?
- I used variously to designate the gods in Greek mythology.This that Its strength remains firm Selects Cardinals .

r mountain itself, the whole city, poetic adaptation of and its beauty unmarred only (Continued from Pare One) on the Curia Is testimony to day and the Pope expressesthe
or the temple area in partic terminology implies no because God has it from
; pagan kept the ChurchQ. the "rota" that
Princes of ence; a court ( ) the awareness of the Holy Fa. desire to make the Curia
ular. Here the expression is approval of pagan ideas. harm.
judges marriage cases that are ther that the Curia is an historical responsive to these new con
sent to Rome and handles other
How is a man selectedto institution that was ditions. Just as Pius IX felta
Father Michael V. Gannon be a Cardinal? What are Questions should be ad. judicial procedures that are founded in the course of theChurch's need for representation in
the privileges and obliga- dressed to: Question Box, disputed.
: the Curia for the Oriental
Mission of f Nombre De Dioschapters and that the
tion which go with his rank? The Florida Catholic, P.O. Finally, mention should be progress
Box 3551: Orlando, Florida made of the secretariat of Curia must keep pace with his- Church, so Paul VI is aware of
A. All Cardinals elected
I are 32902. Unsigned letters cannot state which is the body that the need to expand and amplifythe
in by the Pope. By force of the tory itself.
GReat be answered. maintains contact with Tar- administrative offices of
Code of Canon Law (promulgated .
The Christian world has
ious countries and, reciprocally -
May 19, 1918)), the candidate the Church to fill the needsof
and other In- handles the delegates in time and place to the 20th century Church.
toRlba catholic histoRy for the office must be an legal privileges, who have credentials with
ordained Priest, at least. cluding the right to use the
the Holy See.According .
Cardinals are permanent advisors mitre and the crosier, to cele-
_ Chapter :0DURING He addressed the expedi-- Spain and it was laden with to the Holy See and brate Mass pontifically, to receive to the brief his RANGE BUT
___J the offering of tion's leader Governor Tristande supplies for Tristan de Luna'smen. holders of the exclusive rightto all honors usually accorded tory of the Roman Curia foundin S TRUE
Little-Known Facts for Cat
the Spanish beach Luna. He questioned the elect the Pope. They take to Bishops, to be judged by the "Annuario Pontificio.
head at Ochuse on Palm Sunday governor about his faith. Father Domingo's prayer- precedence over all Bishops, none but the Pope, and temporally the official yearbook of the By M. )J. MURRAY ,r'sw.CW 4$..s___

of 1560 Father Domingo de The governor stepped for. and prophecy-had been an primates, patriarchs and papal to rank with the princeof Vatican, all papal affairs were,
I la Anunciacion turned suddenly ward, knelt before the altar, swered. legates. Each Cardinal serves reigning houses. Unless he up to the 16th century, handledby ---

to the people with the Sacred and answered the Priest's The vessel that entered the one or more of the Roman Con- is the Bishop of a foreign See, a large single body knownas It CJRut DTA OLD zmq4fD4WG RL0Af

Host In his hands.Ctotalic. question humbly. harbor of Ochuse was commanded gregations, which are the of. a Cardinal is formally boundto the Apostolic Chancery. In (&7 14W p14' b $ '
Father Domingo told the by Angel de Villafane. ficial bodies of the Church. reside in Rome.A the year 1542, however Pope A\ (

governor that if he would become With Villafane was Father There are three grades In the Cardinal may resign his Paul III instituted the congregation (

reconciled with the cap- Gregorio de Beteta, who had College of Cardinals: Cardinal dignity, but cannot be deprivedof of the inquisition in
tains and repent his sin in accompanied the ill-fated expedition Bishops, Priests and Deacons. it excepting for the gravest order to help carry out the reforms -
dissension and sUffer. of Father Luis Cancerto of Trent and to protect
causing These three degrees of the car- reasons.Q.
ing among the people, before Tampa Bay two years be- dinalate are different from the When is a person late Catholic doctrine from the in-

_ three days a ship would arrivein fore.Villafane grades In the hierarchy.In for Mass? I have heard thatif roads of the Reformation.In .

port with help to relieve the and his men stayed other words, a Cardinal you are in church by the 1588 Pope Sixtus V further

PubU.h.J .Try :Friday hunger of the colony. only a short time In Florida. Priest Is not necessarily just a Offertory, then you have divided the congregations and
PLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc. The governor was so struck Then, leaving a garrison of 50 Priest; nor is a Cardinal Deacon fulfilled your Sunday obliga gave them the duties and competency -
_ E.O.. Bex J551 GArdta S-34SS by the confidence in the men at Ochuse, he left for Mex just a deacon. that they enjoy today.

1S OrUndo.> East :florid Colonial sties DrU Priest's voice, he turned to the ico by way of Havana carryingthe Usually, Cardinal Priests are tion.A. A person is late for Massif The only addition to the .*:j.i* ? _____,ht_ __;n _-wciccD l .Sif dAZJ5f.OStc ..
Subscription in U.SJL und Canada congregation and announcedhis remainder of De Luna's Archbishops and Bishops, and he comes to church after the congregations the establishment ; t* - *

$1.00 15.00. per rear; other countries belief in the prophecy. colony, now numbering less Cardinal Deacons are Priests. Priest has entered the sanctuary of the congregation

:The Florida Cathollo Is a member While Father Domingo fin than 300 persons. However, in April of 1962, Pope to begin Mass.If of the Oriental Church,
ot the Catholic Press Association ished the Mass, the governor Father Domingo de la Anun John raised all of the Cardinal a person arrives after the
and the National Cathollo WlltareConterence founded by Pope Tins IX in
News Service. Bogner confessed aloud before all the ciacion remained with the sol Deacons to the episcopacy. Priest has entered the sanctuary Ucompser HILHAUD to Wrila fl
ani Martin, publishers' representa.tlve. people that he had been diers in Florida for six or sev All Cardinal Bishops reside or leaves before the
Entered as second clam mall
Hay 1, 195,. at Orlando. Florida wrong. en months until it was determined -In Italy. They are the Bishops Priest has left the altar, he The last Important legislation
under the Act of March 3. 1379. lIe asked the captains, the that the settlementwas of the dioceses immediately commits a venial sin if there of the Popes concerningthe

: master of the camp, the sol- definitely incapable of surrounding Rome. is no excusing cause-and the Curia was the 1908 constitution -

diers, and the settlers to for- surviving. The soldiers and Fa. These dioceses are called the Mass! is one of obligation, suchas Sapient Consillo in
Father Vlaeeit K. !Smith! give him for the mischief he ther Domingo returned to Mex. Suburban Sees of Rome; theyare a Sunday or a holy day.A which Pope Pius X set forth
_ Executive Editor had done. A reconciliation ico. Porto and San Rufino, Al- person commits a serioussin the limits of jurisdiction of the

Editors Mark: Bliss A. Uellwt Jaae Qn.Ua among everyone present fol. Thus, another In a long bano, Palestrina, Sabina, Fras- and fails to fulfill his obligation various organs of the Curia so 4, 7M MJ4CD v
Joseph A. Rosier lowed before the altar. series of attempts to settle and cati, and VelletrL All other CardinaLs if without an excusingcause they would be in line with the MTCft#Af Ztttl MAIMTHMCD ZlFQKf 7HT BitSCtDK
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great ship appeared on the Next week: Jests or Cardinal Deacons.A Offertory, the Consecrationand to be promulgated in 1917. 7'z ?rPgn 4AO60 &Mtn44tlf.wo'I a H zir Zsxiin
Friday September 27,1963 _.. MM JHf tnat GxfTH&MTT.
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i poverty, Bishop Sheen said.
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; fN't "I am proposing that Insteadof
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Bishop said that even those

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I is carried in solemn procession between the rows of the council Fathers. live In luxury compared to mil

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CL 2-2552 American danger of fire is Peter's to expedite the The Curia, he said, will not

movement of the Bishops to be jealous of the privileges of

changes will be and from the council. former times, or of "exterior Call CL 5-1411 Quick

Fathers who A center established by forms" no longer suitable to

1 e first session. A Italy's tourist board has been express religious realities. Fast Dependable Service

i 5 MINUTE been installed on opened on the main street lead- "Nor will it be miserly of its
Wash only $ the council presi- ing to St. Peter's to assist faculties which, without dam- Serving-Port Orange, So. Daytona service

'c : h a t the presiding Bishops during their stay in age to the universal ecclesias- Ormond Daytona Beach call
Blocks from
use it to indicate Italy. tical order, the episcopacy can Authorized Factory TV Service
allotted 10 today exercise better by itself
330 No. Ridgewood CL 5.1411
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED up instead of using' Opposition and locally," he said.

i less effective sys Reasons of economy will not

a hand bell. Viet Editors be used to suggest "any re-

CONTACT << tables of the presi serves or centralization on the VISIT STEAK N SHAKEIN

LENSES been shifted to the part of the organs of the Holy IN ORLANDO DAYTONA
an unobstructed Put in Jail See," he said. 1920 S. Orange BEACH

I i Altar of the Con. After affirming that, If the Blossom Trail t3se 110 S. Ocean Ave.

to provide more By Father Patrick O'Connor council so desires, Bishops of 2820 E. Colonial Dr. 945 Volusla Ave.CHILI .

163 BROADWAY recently expanded SAIGON (DelayedO) ,dioceses may share responsibility IN WINTER PARK .
The editor, Pham viet Tuyen, for the government of the 818 S. Orlando Ave. ,
and director, Kiew van Lan, "It's Genuine' Fresh
major differences entire Church, Pope Paul said: Stealcburger c
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both Catholics, with two non- Ot
be noted by re "Surely the Roman Curia will Cholee Ground Steak Own Kitchen.
Catholic staff members of Tu not this." Grilled Served On
the council oppose Toasted Bun. You'll .elilT'S IL
lo (Freedom), Saigon's leading
The in the Hall
taking part In Pope spoke A MEAL"SERVING
daily have been
office railed the newspaper of Benedictions over the front
arrested and their paper : FLORIDA ILLINOIS MISSOURI INDIANA
Co- porch of St. Peter's Basilica.
ordered to suspend publication.The .
Center,.which will Members and workers of the
action was taken by
al tranMa- Curia-from Cardinals to typ- .
Selection order of the military governorof ists ." rn
Large 5 and con -filled the vast room, a
Quality Furniture conferences. Saigon "for reasons of pub which is as long as St. Peter'sis Your Entry 1 J!
lic security," on September 4, wide. tJ!.H"' 1-
done during the during the "state of siege"period. At The 't y., r 1
Municipal session, national Pope Paul began his 3000- ( Y i ..1,41": '
word speech with a tribute to MagnificentNtw
I Showrooms I or language groups The censors deleted the fo1m '. "" -
the Curia. He said he had
be able to meet
mention of the arrests from 11 IV
brought the Curia members
r colleges in the report prepared by this
together In an audience to give
instance the U.S.
('orrr'pondrnt"ho then refused ,
them all his "cordial and rev- as
frequently at the to send' the partial re
QUALITY, College on the port. Censorship: has now erent greeting." Apartments ,
"We Ourself had the honorof
near St. Peter's. been lifted.'
,, ,
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already begin- First in prestige though not giving Our humble servIce ':.H

in circulation, Tu Do was In the Roman Curia for Featuring a large swimming pool a putting green .
Life in Film founded by a group from north many >ears. In the ranks barbecue shuffleboard facilities courts. an immense patio and run deck' .
that with picnic tables! under' the hade of
It We have
ONCE YOU'VE .\, Spain (NO)- Vietnam! who had come south compose had giant oak trees all are part of your enr"dayIiYlng at
de Arriba after the Geneva agreement of very worthy uperiors and THE PE.NDLETOX
DINE AT y Choice of one', two or three bedroom -
AND LOTS OF of Tarra 1954 had give. the north to teacher", excellent colleagues, rental apartments with individually controlled air

to act as re the communists. It was begun collaborators and unforgettable conditioning, completely equipped General<< Electric
friends ." kitchens and large ualk-ln' closets for immediate
for a movie to with American aid, given with now ready

the life of St. Paul the approval of the Vietnamese Before giving his blessing, occupancy

company, "Eu- government. Since 1959 the Pope Paul urged both the ec- RENTAL OFFICE OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY
paper has received no American (clesiastics and laymen of the 9:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M.

Look for will be assisted aid. t'Curia "to add to your labors IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

Perez de Urbel Tu Do, strongly anticommunist (of office some other spontaneous -

Golden Arcf independent abbey has been noted for ex- labors of the ministry and THE PENDLETON
es- pressing Independent editorial 'the personal apostolate."
of Santa Cruz del Valle de
e los Caidos. an authority on St. opinion as long as it could. It Thus they would help the 4 Distinctive Rental Apartmens

specialized in shrewd analyses 1 Pope "to evangelize not only !
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Jacksonville' South Pasadena Pmellas Park .e Si Peterburr of north Vietnam communist 1 the world but the City (of L .
in Production Phone 253.1624
begin March 1964.
Holly Jim TOEIRFS ONE NEAR VOl Ttt Dayton. B*.ach publications, thus exposing ]Rome) as well, of which you

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e Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept 27, 1963- VTV""*oc- .-W-' Colombian Bishops Declare '

The New Apostles .

:+ t : All who Promote Violence

African Parents Toil for SchoolsBy __ ; ; t _' Guilty of Very Grave Sin

Glenn D. Kittler
BOGOTA (NC) -The Bishops of Colombia have
FREEDOM, the Tanganyikan people were beginning to discover, had its chains. For # Ni declared
following a new wave of killings in the provinces
the had been others first the Germans and then I
country run by the o' that all those
: I who "either inspire, abet or tolerate" such
British, but now it belonged to the people-and it was turning out to be a costly posses- violence are "guilty of very

sion. I therefore declare that
first zeal of their new faith tie more than eighth-grade grave sin.
If a mistake has been made, I who either inspire, abet
let their children attend educations. In a
school Thus, when Tanganyika
j it was in failing to realize early irv such violence com-
but rarely beyond the fourth became independent occasion of
enough: that freedom was inevitable regardless of their
grade. Even Africans who became in 1961, there was just a hand. Colombian
and that with it would are guilty of
teachers usually had lit., ful out of ten million people ence, the very
come its burdens. The people sin, they emphasized.
who were college graduates, "only
were as much to blame for
I this as the Europeans who had Pope Names New equipped to fill the many government Catholic Involves All

ruled jobs 'and qualified to our .\ CITY (NC--Pope

them. Archbishop be leaders.In 1p&F peace, has stressed that the
One area of serious neglect -J
the Moshl diocese Bishop ; ?- that all of council involves all

was education. Until quite Costa Rica Nuncio Joseph Kilasara pointed The of the Church
J"f''entJthe of Tanganyika -
parents this out firmly to his people.A 'L I the name the world, not just
saw little sense in VATICAN CITY (NO-Monsignor Tanganyikan who had archy by .

(ending their children to Paolino Limongi, 21- joined the Holy Ghost Fathersand mittee of several thousand

'; hchool. year veteran of the Holy See's -then became Bishop of the : lowed the attending a general aud
So what if a boy could read diplomatic service, has been -p tistics
diocese where he was born on last week in St. Peter's
i and write? Would this make appointed papal nuncio to _
the Kilimanjaro met them
slopes of Mount T: urged to prepare
Ii him a better farmer or herdsman Costa Rica. At the same time Colombia ;
he could speak to his people September 29 resump.
:i ? Pope Paul VI named him as one of them. They un "All the council with prayer
As for girls-a girl who titular Archbishop of Nicaea said the
derstood him and they knew __ He said.
i could read and write would become Parva.
he was right. obey must remember always
r a proud and haughty Archbishop-elect Limongi But what could be done? S formed : that such an event
woman, difficult to manage. It succeeds as nuncio Archbishop ( laws, 82."e
Previously, the British govern i' the whole Church, not
was better to keep women in Cennaro Verolino, who -
violate the
the funds
ment put up part of Bishops meeting in
ignorance and at peace. became secretary of the sacred for new schools, but the British They but also the faith-

From the start, missionaries congregation of the cer- were gone now and the Tan- "There ; that the successful out-
fought this attitude. They were emonial last March. ganyika government had no ----- for crime the council will depend

. instructed: Build schools be- The new papal ambassadoris money. K OF C GUT TO NATIONAL ShRINE any goal on the Holy Spirit

\ fore you build churches. Evenso 48 and a native of Bellona, "We shall have to build the Professor Arthur Bigelowleft shoe tower in which they are Knights of Columbus how sonal, so we must address our

it was a losing battle. in southern Italy. Ordained in schools ourselves," the Bishop ( ), bellmaster of Princeton housed were the gifts to the the bells are played from a order. and our good actions."

Converted parents, in the 1937, he entered the diplomatic told his people. "We ourselves University, gave two con. Shrine of the Knights of Co- console. Looking on are "The

service after three years of certs when the 56-bell carillon lumbus. A.
shall have to find the means to Archbishop Patrick the MEMORIAL

graduate studies and two yearsin pay the teachers. It is our dutyto of the National Shrine of Here, on the occasion of O'Boyle (left) of Washington dergone in CHAPEL
work. He served the Immaculate Conception,
parish our children, our country, the dedication, Professor and Monsignor ThomasJ. us '.r bnrr Hrarh J80-5577
.cessively in Bolivia, Uruguay, our Church." Washington, D.Cwas .dedi of the
the cated. Bigelow shows Luke E. Hart, Grady, director of the BEACH
Jl Venezuela, Philippines, The outcome was probablythe tims
Egypt and Portugal.He most unusual parent. The bells and the impres. Supreme Knight 0 f the Shrine. also CHAPEL J8I-9907

was called back to the teacher's association in the integration

secretariat of state from Lis- world.
Faith of Catholic Peru will Never
t A MODERN FUNERAL HOME bon in 1961 and has served Although the governmenthad Spanish .91 Tower 1
; Jsj 12tt
here since. The Archbish.
.f'oNcAl ever it had land
Mario.'d A.Oury o Rrf no money, so MADRID )
op-elect speaks Spanish land was granted for the build. Change President Tells Nuncio carias de CraIg K..n.U| !.. flenaett
649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862-6503 French, Portuguese and Eng ing of primary schools at 67 general of Ambulance ServiceVA

; ST. PETERSBURG lish in addition to his native villages in the diocese. The 4-1673
Italian. schools, made of sun-burned LIMA (NC)-"Peru will undoubtedly suffer many reverses and many changes in Action, ST AUGUSTINE

bricks and thatched roofs, were ts: march toward progress, but one thing that will never change is the Faith of the the age of

all constructed by the parents Peruvian people." President A'
GRISSOM FUNERAL HOMEPhone that is continuous, intelligent, radio schools, night schools,
working a few hours every Fernando Belaunde Terry
847-3131 generous, and effective in orderto technical and vocational FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
day after being up since dawnat has said here.Peru's .
KISSIMMEE 1 resolve e a chand all the schools, hospitals, catechetics
"OLDEST IX CENTRAL FLORIDA" their farms and herds. president spoke as the problems" which the country and moral guidance. He said BRADENTON SARASOTA
But how to support the
guest of honor at a luncheon
Operating Under Same Name and Management faces. that "the Church has given and
schools, how to the run Service For 61 I Years
pay given at the apostolic nuncia Archbishop Carboni pointed will give a decided contributionto
ning bills? On the average, the ture by Archbishop Romolo
out some of the contribu.lions the spiritual, social and even
local farmer earned $200 a year, Carboni, nuncio
apostolic to
which the Church in economic welfare of the entire
HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL none of which he could spare. Peru. Other guests included PHONE 877-7524
Peruvian nation.
Peru has mad tot It e
Air Conditioned Chape! Parking Lot Bishop Kilasara suggested minister of foreign affairs national welfare. President Uelaunde described

FOSTER E. HEATH Funeral Director "Support the schools the"way Fernando Schwalb and Luis He said they are evident "in how on his visits to A. P. BOZA

AMBULANCE SERVICE you support yourselves. Bedoya, minister of justice and the field of social service, with the most remote hamlets in RIVERSIDE CHAPEL
Acreage at each school was! 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE.
' Lakeland, Florida Phone 682-0 III I I cult.Archbishop every kind of help being givento the country lie has observedthat
thereupon allocated to growing Carboni lauded TAMPA 7. FLORIDA
the poor; in the field of the Church has made
yams, manioc and bananas Peru's new president, who education, with the opening of itself part of the culture of
the staples of the district took office on July 28. The
KYLE-McLELLAN. INC. new universities seminaries the people.He .
and coffee, ,the money crop. said that Belaun. Agn
Archbishop normal schools, with noted we have the "Black lon flernoriafChapd, inc.
Each day, parents took turns de's has continuedand
the scholarship program for Christ of Cuzco, and the Dark
. nurturing the crops to maturity AMBULANCE SERVICEST.
the "excel-
even deepened "
' 17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLE Priests, seminarians, Religious Virgin of Cocharcas. .
and after the harvestthe lent relations that have PETERSBURG 4825-9th Ave. No Ph. 31.V0123:
EL 3-3966 Continuous Service Since 1856 parents took the produceto always, laymen, both in Peru and He said that this very identification CLEARWATER-LARGO AND GULP BEACHES
existed between the govern in other countries." makes the Church a 11590-Alt. 19 Ph. 391-0111 584-7611
the marketplace to sell, turn. ment of Peru and the Peruvian,
The Nuncio also referred to permanent and integral part of
ing the profits over to the side the
people on one and
the Church's activity in the the every day life of the Peru-
GRIFF1TH-CLINE FUNERAL HOME school. Holy See, the apostolic nuncia areas of credit cooperatives, vian people.
, The real profits will appearin ture and the Church's hierarchy JOHN S.
years to come in the harvestof on the other side.1tPresident ..-_ ,

BRADENTON 720 Manatee Ave. West bushcountry children who, Belaunde stated .. .. .. '-
ANNA MARIA ISLAND 6000 Marina DrivoItobr..t their basic education behind that in his travels throughoutthe C :. .-. .. h" ..: -n. 'W..r"t". ,d".h.

them, will be able to attend .U. .. :.e. ., .. : : 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446.3055
country before and after .. .... __ .. :.. .
higher schools elsewhere in .
his he -- -
election -
( was particularlyaware -- -
the country, preparing themselves .
of the contribution the
.\. Fisk i "-m. C. .Jollrni :Jrt for the responsibilities Church is making to educationHe .- Minor BasilicaST. Inaugural 'Address Downs-Ford Funeral
Funeral Director Fun ral DirectorFUNERAL which will keep their country Home Inc.
said that he always LOUIS (XC)-The Mis. UNiTED NATIONS (XO)-
free and
strong. noted the "special homelike sissippi riverfront Church of Carlos Sosa Rodriguez of Ven- AMBULANCE SERVICEThe

f i:d9.d", fiI & 1o.crlJraJ. ); ) thank For this their they will be able to atmosphere! the love for the St. Louis IX, King of France, ezuela, newly ,,
;) own parents who, Finest Service Available Regardless of Your Means
: HOME recognizing their own responsibilities children, the sacrifice and the "Old Cathedral" of this installed president ,,
the dedication to their work" archdiocese, has been desig- of the '
Oxygen & Radio Equipped Ambulances literally worked theirchildren's L R. Downs, President D. W. Ford l.F.D.
"shown liy teachers in schools, nated a minor basilica, the 15th United Nations
through school.
WEMSDl "both public and private," in the nation. GeneralAssembly 1045 9th Avenue No., St. Petersburg Phone 862.3609

A I 107 Mass. Ave. administered by the Church. The 129-year-old structurewas j

W ST. CLOUD Center Planned He added that he counted on once the mother church ofa stressed spirit

lATIONA.SWCTtD: UOJl.1'lCW1. Phone 892-2155 I BROOKLYN (NC) Plans the help of the Church in the diocese that embraced more ual values of ,,1"".

for a four-story Catholic student battle against illite:-acy and than half of the continental the UN Char-

center adjacent to the promised that his governmentwill United States and is the site ter in his inaugural flIU4( .. ridAi! :
S. -;:
BRETT FUNERAL HOME campus of Brooklyn College make every effort to assist of the founding in 1815 of the a d- .1 SIVIT11O#

have been announced by and work with the Church in St. Vincent de Paul Society.The dress. He said too much reliance -

345-0101 _>cx.. AMBULANCE SERVICE Bishop Bryan J. McEntegart of the field of education. In Peru honor of minor basilicais is put on material prog. JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL

Brooklyn. Brooklyn College, almost the entire population is assigned to certain churches ress and spiritual values are

] part of the City University of as much as part of the Churchas because of their antiquity dig. too often forgotten. He said

118h New York, has an enrollmentof of the State. He said that nity, historical importance or the UN Charter represents an HOME

27,000 students, of whom approximately the Church will instruct its significance as centers of wore effort to redress this imbalance.

4810 Central Arena St. I'eter.burg 4500 are Catholics. people to make a "contributionNOTRE ship. They enjoy certain ceremonial 311 MAIN ST. GAINESVILLEHAROLD

XVini.m T. Tower Thorn J. Brtti ,;..- privileges and are given Bureau Given HelpVASlLINCTOX A. JOHNSON AMBULANCE SERVICE
Catholic Owned and OperatedF. ".;..':://f'. +' symbolic ornamentation. (XO)- R. F. D. FR 6-5361
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iiiJfli! Martyrs' Causes here by Bishop Chris- '

H. Osgood Telephone} TOLEDO, Spain (NO -The topher J. Weldon of Spring
S Toledo archdiocesan tribunalhas field, who is episcopal moderator Serving Eustis & Vicinity Since I 1915 I

Funeral Director HE 5-2126 begun consideration of the of the family life bureau of

i: beatification causes of 300 the National Catholic Welfare

Priests killed in 1936 during the Conference.John Zeller Kennedy &

Osgood Funeral Home .. ;; : Spanish Civil War. T. Kenna of Washington Hamlin

Presiding over the tribunal Is has been named to the staffas

S Enrique Cardinal Pla y Deniel, special assistant for pro- FJIIL mrQJMr)

Archbishop of Toledo, who gram and public relations.
Park Blvd. & 48th St. No. once said "If the Lord deignsto Consultants named are: Dr. AMBULANCE SERVICE

keep me alive, my eyes will William A. Ratner, director of
Pinellas! Rorida
Park. not close without beginningsome public health, Oak Park, Illinois 326 ORANGE AVENUE EL 7-2636 7-4662

of the processes of glorification and A. H. Clemens, director

for some of our Toledo of the marriage counseling
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martyrs." center at Catholic Universityof
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S CASTELGAXDOLFO (NO)- Sudanese Ordained |; JOHN S. RHODES, Inc., Funeral l Directors 1

Pope Paul VI paid a surprise K.IPAL.tganda (XC) AMBULANCE SERVICE
visit to Father Daniel O'Con- The first five Priests to be 5g

HALIFAX nell SJ., director of the Vatican trained in the eight-year-old =

AREA Observatory here, on the Catholic senior seminary in the
SINCE 1916 50th anniversary of his reli- Sudan have now been ordainedby

gious profession. Bishop Ireneus Dud, vicar 9

During his visit the Pope apostolic of Rumbek, the Su ]

BAGGETT-MclNTOSH Inc. praised the observatory staff dan. They bring to 34 the number I

for the honor their work has of Sudanese Priests -
brought to science and to the among whom is Bishop Dud.
B. BAGGETT President University of Notre Dame's new 13-story library,
Holy See. He presented Father The seminary, St. Paul's, Is
BILLY GROOMS Manager believed to be the largest college library building in the O'ConnelJith a chalice, and at Tore River in the Rumbek

world, opens this year. It has a capacity of two million the Priest gave Pope Paul a vicariate. Before the openingof

: 736 CL S.23767DAYTONA BEACH 543 HALIFAXCL 5-2576 books and can seat nearly half of the school's 6700 stu- copy of his book, The Green St. Paul's, Sudanese seminarians | Rhodes East Chapel!, 4th St. & 7th Avt. North 862-5155

dents at one time. It will also provide offices for about Flash and Other Low Sun generally studied at
BEACH PORT ORANGE 250 faculty members. lAIso New Rhodes West Chapel, 900 49th St. No. 347412.Pa .
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< The Florida Catholic, Friday! ;Sept'27,1963 Page Seven .
ORLANDO Colombian Prelate Praises _
1 1
WINTER Joe Williams
PARK Communications Institute ORLANDO

Youth Age Combine will Be WINTER PARKGray's
BOGOTA (NC)The creation of a mass communications r# ,
institute here by the first radio school has
IN THE IMMXi HOLIDAY ROOM INN.IVHEN drawn praise in a letter from the president of the pontifical Helping Yankees in Series Jewelers

; BKTTKK FOOD 18 commission for Latin Amer- CLOCK REPAIRALL
SERVED: WE WILL SERVE IT. r. q "IinflMSEY must be a big thing in the Celestial Casting MAKES
4011 8*. Oriac Bltnu TraU made in recent years VY
PHONE 2U-43S1 I ca.Carlo Cardinal Confalonleri thanks to the fervor of various Department. 2003 Edgewater-GA 2-2974

also praised -efficient Latin hierarchies In helping and C George Sisler. as talented a first baseman as anybodyever Next to PubtixGary's

JIM BLAKE American cooperation" of the supporting-even before this saw, never made the World Series

OFFICE SUPPLYFURN1TURK popular cultural action organization pontifical commission did-the and he was around a long, long time.

(ACPO) which pioneered creation and development of But pea green Joe Pepitone makes it in his .- %. Duck Inn

OFFICE SUPPLIES In the field of radio radio schools." very first year as a Yankee regular. GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE

(1 schools to teach Colombia's Here the letter mentionedthe Where? At first base, of course. When the RNEST SEAFOOD AND
MI 7-2652 illiterate rural masses to read c.c.D. in for the headwaiter I BEEF ANYWHEREPhone
900 So. Oriando Ave, W.P. experience of the Sutatenza goes irony, f ROAST
and write. radio schools founded by Mon- w serves the stuff on thick wry bread, drip- GA 4-4531

The congress on September signor Salcedo 15 years ago, ping with sardonic mustard. You'd think 3974 So. Or. !I. Trail

13-19 which drew 100 delegatesfrom which today go under the name \! t the department would stop with this one
Children'sClothes 14 countries is sponsoredby of ACPO. ,
t dramatically Socrates flourish wouldn't
R the Latin American Bishops' OFFICE SUITLIESFINK :
council the international "It is possible today" the let you? Don't be silly. Look who's been ; WRITINGrArERSOFFlCK

) Line ter continued, "to admire a vast tapped as Pepitone's stand in who has EQUIPMENT
Catholic association for radio Harry Bright, ALL ARTISTS SCrrLIESCAKEtTULY :
i! Finest in Clothing and television (UNDA), and network which is filling a had a lengthy, undistinguished career in the bushes and SELECTED GIFTSGREETING
For Girls & serious gap in the greatly CARDS
Boys ACPO. who must be about as old as SCHOOL SUPPLIES

4 F SSOJV4 E U.wM.r Dr. GA '.''nll The mass communications needed program of better education FOR DESKS OF SARASOTANSFather was Sisler when the two-time had more respect for me thanto
I The first experienceshave BRADFORDSStationers.
institute will train teachers, .400 hitter called it quits. try to tell me how to run
shown the potential and John F. Lima M.M. of Incarnation parish in
writers technicians and researchers Before attaining utility status my own ball club. In any case
Advertisers appreciate it value of the radio school system Sarasota, accepts a check for $700 from Dr. Bernard Inc.
he didn't. The of ,
I for work in the with the Reds. Bright had change
l! when you mention radio school system. Radio and its complimentarymeans Simmons president of Incarnation Grammar School played more tank towns than a course was helpful but the 310 Park Ave., South
in the integral education Parents Club, to be used for' the recently purchased new MI 4-7738
THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC schools are now operating in B Company of "Orphans of the truth is it had been decided on Phone
Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, of the people. school desks. Storm. The Yankees paid 24 hours before cGraw's visit Winter Park Florida

Chile, Ecuador EI which incidentally, was wholly Dave Sims-Owner
Salvador $25,000 for him last ApriL What
I In Mexico
"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" Honduras and Pern. CATHOLIC would they want with this tire- social.

COLLEGE PARK 'The offering made by pop- less wanderer of the baseball How will Pepitone react to Our Advertisers help supportour

FLORISTROWERS ular cultural action," the Car- i ., Call Made ghettos? the strains and tensions of his newspaper Do you help

dinal wrote is a praiseworthyproof ; Manager Ralph Houk explained first World Series? Probably support our Advertisers?

BY WIRE of efficient Latin American : "Well, he gives us all right But how do we

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a gift of modern technology. among diocesan high school teams this past week- Day of FaithGUADALAJARA That he can, or in his time, another fantastic surprise for SERVICE

N "Much progress has been end as the long season's schedule got underway. Coaches has.With Bright, say, a news headline @j
Clovis (wherever that reading: "Old Busher Series L ROIINSOH AVf.
faced with
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were traditional opening game problems and ( )
four Catholics of Mexico have been is) in the North Texas-North Hero?"
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Reviewed reeea1lr ..4 d..lfl back Dean Hall who racked times, significantly he had rout MW AIT a'hAZ*c
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Ph. Morally Unobjectionable For washing over Melbournes' Cen. Corral stadium turf in Tampa.In both for the success'of Vatican here is that this is what most glamorous

W. Adults and AdolescentsTWO Jacksonville, Coach may have interested Houk max.
tral Catholic 260. Council II and to reaffirm their ,
""Int SIGHTS WITH CLEOPATRA George Gazdick took his faith. most. Hal Chase (who may or may MCMJURAY lNfI SrtryCI INQWITuyr
With veterans playing at
)I 6S6-33331 (Ultra) the quad to Bolles where the Theme of the observance is There was no way to be sure not have been Sisler's superior)
key spots, Lopez
St. Morally UnobjectionableFor showed Crusader's scored in each io be "I love and obey the in April that 22-year-old Pepi had 14 seasons of frustration.Two .
squad they can make
Adults another strong bid for the St. quarter for bring home a 260victory. Church, Mother and Teacher. tone would measure up. If he other .400 hitters, Nap MEARS

AXGELS OF DARKNESS Johns ." couldn't solve left-hand pitchIng Lajoie and Harry Heilmann

(Thalia) spot this RhConference top Bishop Kenny High School'sgridder's The appeal was made by the Bright would be available. also missed the big parade.At JEWELERS .

Morally Unobjectionable For year. used the experience Mexican Bishops' commissionfor This will be the first time intervals the Celestial Lefoall7 Owed aid Operated By
The visiting Hustlers of of their dozen lettermen to the! Yankees hare intoa P. F. Jt SI'SAX M'RRKYSI :
Does Your Office Adults, With Reservations Coach the Faith presided over by gone Casting Department apparently B..I....
Ray Robbins suffered Tr. Jewelry
UNDER THE YUM YUM show strength on both attack coadjutor Archbishop Francisco World Series with a rookieat tries to compensate for past
Need More Space TREE (Col.) opening game jitters and fume and defense. End Robert Blum- Javier Nuno of Guadalajara."We first base. indifferences. If the father is STERLING SILVER
bled early In the first quarteron and back Mike Lou Gehrig still a
berg was
Healey "
ardently desire, the slighted the sou may be re
their own 28 yard line. shared a TD apiece in the first commission said in a statement youngster but he had a full warded. Where the famous RELIGIOUS MEDALSBy

Herman J. Heidrich The Daytonans' quarterback, half while Stan Wrubulski and "that the entire Catholic season at the bag before he George Sister had to pay his KREMENTZ

Jeff Lacour recovered and the Bill Swanson took scoring population of Mexico meditate made his Series bow in '2G. Did way in, his son, Richard (far GUARANTEED TO LASTA

& Sons home team jumped to a first turns in the final two quarters.The deeply over the loving designof all right too. Hit .348 in seven from famous) played in two. LIFETIME
Gr.wcr. sad Shipper touchdown on a short plungeby final quarter of a thrillerat games and handled 79 chances
the in
the Lord in calling us to be To mention second one
or F.. r Trmlt ..lDAXKKK .. fullback Mark
race Garguilo Sarasota saw Cardinal part of the one and true Churchof without a bobble. Brooklyn even now is to invite Phone GA
Office layout upniftq' BRAND PRODUCTS after halfback Pete Pruitt had Mooney High School fall victim Christ." For some reason, either by assassination Young 2.3652RN

tNltTl>Itrlc. g Orgo stuart scampered 19 yards in one to Brewster Tech by the The commission went on to choice or circumstance, mostly Sisler's home run for the Phil IHI
burst. Pruitt also broke loose margin of a pointaftertouchdown. experienced hands are to be the
""' say: left Dodgers for deadon
133 East ROBINSON FAIRVIEW for the Greenles second TD in found at first base in ,the Se- '
"The the last the
u. Church of Christ-we day of 50 sea N.
1 ottAMoanx Cleaners & Laundry the same quarter after his Coach Jack Schwind's stress this in view of the reopening ries. The Pirates had to shift son. 14 Orange Ave.

backfield mates had taken Cougars were led to a second of the Second Vatican from a youngster to an oldsterto
Can Ton Frf: Featuring
turns advancing the pigskin in alive in the 1925 Series
Orland Z41-3431 quarter score by quarterbackBob stay
Fabric Care Ecumenical Councilcontinuesto
Dependable Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Brookerrs', ?
Eat. Gallic 20.late sizable gains. Smithers, and held onto with Washington. Stuffy Mc-
Dat..* B.*rh lIi.un 4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando open the channels of its un- We have a home designed for your family
Signal caller Lacour con their slim lead until the last perishable vitality to enlightenour Innis replaced George Grant-

tinued the scoring in the second two seconds: minds with the light of the ham and the Pirates didn't lose DEMETREE BUILDERS

quarter with a six yard The Pinellas County Con Faith to enliven us with grace another game.

I Central Florida School Supply Inc. run which capped a 70 yard ference debut of Coach Jesse and to guide us on the path From time to time you still 5307 East Colonial Drive CR 7-1922

drive, and the total mountedto Rogers and his Barons resultedin toward our heavenly home. read that John J. McGraw was

Textbooks -Workbooks School Supplies 19-0 against Melbourne's a 34-0 win for the home "Such richness of supernatural responsible for this change.

struggling new team. End Tom team Dixie Hollins. The Bishop benefits at the same time That the old Giants' maestro

Visual Aids-Art Supplies Microscopes Nelson grabbed a short pass Barry High School squadwas orients and strengthens man in visited Manager Bill McKechniein WATKINS

for the games final TD in the just overpowered by their his activity in this world there the clubhouse after the

NEW AND USED AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT third quarter 'as the more experienced bigger St. Petersburg oppon- by making the Church a highly Pirates had dropped the fourth ,

20 N. KENT ST. ORLANDO Ph. 422.5409A Green Wave defense ents, and the physical edge positive factor in the prosperityand game to trail by 1-3. Unless you PAINT WALL PAPER

smothered Central Catholic's showed particularly when the material progress of man put Mclnnis on first you are PARKTHOMSON I
sputtering attack for a low net Rebels racked up 20 of their kind. doomed" McGraw was sup- ORLANDO WINTER

gain throughout. This week the points in the fourth quarter. posed to have warned. Tour

SWIMMING POOL forenjoyment Melbourne-ites are closer to The Baron's captain, Art Mc infield has no confidence In

100% home playing the Cocoa J'Vs.Central Quillan, assisted by Jim Helin- Orlando Convent Grantham." & McKINNONIN

Catholic High ger, John Richmond and Ken .A year or so ago In FloridaI

A SWIMMING POOL to enhance School of Clearwater began Frisbie did yeoman work in the Construction Set discussed this incident with ORLANDO SINCE 1924

the beauty of your home? their first varsity gridiron line to hold the defending con ORLANDO-Sisters of St. McKechnie."I .

A SWIMMING POOL to increasethe campaign with a fine 19-0 victory ference champions from cross Joseph who staff both Bishop like to believe McGraw Member New York Stock ExcKgpge

over Tampa Catholic. ing the Stewart Field goal line Moore High School and St.
value of your property as an The Marauders under Coach but twice before that final deluge -Charles Convent will reside under Brazil Has and other principal exchanges

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his fullback position for one stone Heights, and wound up replace the old convent used RIO DE JANEIRO (XC)-
OtonCJe & Co. TD and quarterback John Kisz the first half tied, 6 to 6. by St. Charles faculty membersIn Catholics in Rio de Janeiro
Heating Individual Fried Chicken
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CY 3-6110 ond score. Backs Robert Gciby first score on a six yard run. Sisters also will reside in the as that nation's president Fish Dinner $1.00
Tito arrived in Brazil fora
But as time was running out
the Bishop Moore-St. Charles convent
and Robert Hunt kept up
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in Noonigan crossing the managed to go ahead for the Jaime Cardinal de Barros Waite a NOW 6 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
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THE VIRTUE OF BIGNESSWhat period. Hornets journeyed from Orlando try's faithful to remember In Silver Star" Pine Hills Rd. CY 34202
Coach John BielettI took
Edgewater & Lee Rd. 293-9839
are the virtues of bigness? What advantages are to Winter Gar prayer Aloysius Cardinal Step-
satisfaction in the hard nearby Lake Barton Rd. .
offered to shoppers? some & t: Colonial 277-6210
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Variety Many stores selling the same types merchandise -
selection of treated them to an unexpected greb.
give the shopper an extremely wide Complete Pest Control
price and models. 2fr6 defeat The tough Red ib Marshal Tito arrived In

Economy Many stores selling the same type of merchandise LEWIS COBB Devils used off-tackle slants to Brasilia, church bells in Rio

creates a very competitive situation resulting in EXTERMINATING CO. double the rushing yardage of and Sao Paulo and some

lower prices. Incorporated 1946 the Carl Genito coached Horn other places were tolled for

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Convenience facilities. for 241-3406
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view as three different "Devils"broke in Yugoslavia
Colonial I
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More and Better Customer Service A competitive situ into the scoring column. Tito arrived In Brasilia, the

ation between Plaza merchants and in addition their combined WALTER MERGES Ron Caponi was the lead % 4i capital on Thursday of last

efforts to COmltte"lth other shopping areas resultsin Clothier To MenThe Ing ground gainer for the week. Governors Adhemar de f
excellent customer service.COLONIAL. Hornets roiling up 83 yards Barros of Sao Paulo and Carlos
Finest In Men's Wear
which for Lacerda of Guanabara, which
six of accounted a.
the loser's lone score. iL Includes Rio, both refused to ..
Highway 50 at Bumby Orlando Across From St. James
Jesuit High School of Tampa welcome the Yugoslav presi-

also disappointed with a 20-7( k dent.The

-- loss to Bartow. The Tigers new IM-member Tito party 1

"Your Personal l Bank" football coach Ray DiCharrysaw -, "& was to remain in Brasilia 1
A.LEGION- throughout the visit before
the Diocese' longest TD run 111
recorded by end Robert Riddell HEAD going on to Chile, Bolivia

JI&@tII.V when he picked up a wild pitch Daniel P. Foley, a Fourth Mexico and then the United NOM lAt10NATID;

out and raced 98 yards for Decree Knight of Columbus State.

mm-ua (PARK Jesuit's only tally In the rough an attorney In Minnesota, is Tito's visit was originally _f ,
at Bartow. the newly elected national j scheduled to be a seven-day 5 Y.
commander of the AmericanLegion.
He hold degree in the face of the strong t
Complete Trust Department Services WRITING THE FLORIDA
CATHOLIC? from St. Thomas College and j feeling against the Yugoslav L;
SERVING THIS COMMUNITY FOR 46 YEARS Ford ham University. He ]leader's presence, the government IT
Please include
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Page Eight :The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept. 27, 1963 ': .. 4'.

Stay you here and watch with MeMatt... 26, 38Parish '

Priests on Retreat -

333* ., *x i -***s$ >** of the Diocese
t rt
J M meditated on A PrayerFor rt
the aims of the Second Vatican -
t'I. ..f'i'i"' Council during their an- Priests +
nual retreat in'St.Augustine.

They were joined on the retreat f
Almighty and mercifulGod
by Archbishop JosephP.
Hurley. graciously attend to my
''4 .4"r .,.... i a Fr Following a daily programof humble prayers; and make

.. .. 4' Mass, prayers and con- them Thy servants, whom
.. + t ferences, the Priests took Thou hast appointed to dis
6 time from their normal busy
pense Thy heavenly mys
routines to devote full timeto
7 d !x r a! teries, worthy ministers at
.1 their own spiritual life,
n Thy sacred altar, that whatis
4y. vividly aware that the renewal -
of the Church first set forth by their voice
demands personal interior may be confirmed by Thy

i renewal. hallowing grace.
The retreat was conductedby
O Almighty God, let Thy
:Monsignor Francis P.
grace assist them, that they
Johns, rector of St. Joseph's
who have undertaken the 14Sfk
retreat house in Cleveland.
office of Priesthood, may be k
1 .0 On this page are some of
able to wait upon Thee
3 the moods of the Priests' retreat -
worthily and devoutly, in all
xof 9ir purity, and with a good con

science; and in the spirit of t

humility, and with the full i

:::) : purpose of a good will, to

) serve the Thee time more to earnestlyfor come. LT i

lh Through Christ our
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4 Lord.Amen
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