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Title: The Florida Catholic
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Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1963
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C VATICAN CITY (NC) -Pope Paul VI reopened the gY 4:

i Second Vatican Council last Sunday with a plan for the

work at hand and a plea to non-Catholics for brotherlypeace

9/ran and pardon. He said that the "principal concern" of :
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this second session would be to "examine the intimate !

nature of the Church." From ,this examination will comea

--- definition, or a less solemn declaration, which "will reveal

VOL. XXIV, No. 49 Orlando, Florida, Friday, October 4, 1963 Ten Cents the Church's real fundamental nature" and its mission.
LIii; ,
Some 2500 council Fathers in white ceremonial robes : : .,

heard the Pope list three further objectives of the council: .

Nature of Church Set reform of the Church, Christian unity and the "dialogueof ./J\ ',>" ><

the Church with the con- -'i> ; t
deep when
world." feeling-especially ,
temporary
addressing the non-Catholic ob *

Council Fathers had their servers. The 62-minute address ,:
H
For Council choice of entering St. Peter's ended the second session'sopening : '"
Study by Basilica in procession with
of
ceremony just over
the Pope and Cardinals, or of four hours. r, ; : T .

going to their seats singly and (Following is the first por- c J

By Monsignor James I. Tucek informally. tion of the text of an English ', < I vi' y :1

VATICAN CITY (NC-The draft proposal "On the Nature of the Church" was When Pope Paul reached the translation of the homily delivered ,,I ;, # .. .'OJjo..... -": :j:1

accepted as a whole for detailed discussion by the second session o f the ecumenical main altar, he knelt withouthis by Pope Paul.) : ;, {

council by an overwhelming majority of council Fathers. mitre, and intoned the (Greetings to you, most beloved .

The action was taken Tuesday at the second session's second general meeting. "Veni Creator Spiritus," a brothers in Christ,

There were.. 46 dissenting traditional hymn asking the whom AVe have called from ;
--- --
votes out of 2301 Fathers Prior to the discussion of the the Catholic Church help of the Holy Spirit. Then every part of the world, from ,' .. ., "d.. .'.. '. "

present. schema, Archbishop Pericle "Mos Holy Father, last year he stood at the foot of the altar wherever the Holy Catholic .:....:.......,_':_._ "_ "":"" .'". ..Mt:,;:.. ''"':' -. ,
Feud, secretary general of the your words directed us as a for the opening prayers of the Church has extended its
POPE PAUL REOPENS GENERAL COUNCIL
The vote that the'
meant I council, made several com- brother. Yesterday, the heart ofa Mass with Eugene Cardinal hierarchial governn.nt.
Fathers agreed to to The Second Vatican Council resumed work last Sunday. Pope Paul VI, picturedon
go on a munications Tisserant, who as dean of the vho
to the assembly.He father opened up to us. May Greetings to you, have I
i discussion of the parts of the first proposed sendingthe Your Holiness now deign to College of Cardinals, offered accepted our invitation and the occasion, exhorted the Fathers: "Let no other light be shed on this council, but

project. Technically, it could following message to Pope accept our moat lively and joyful the Mass. He also offered the hastened here td nold with us Christ the light of the world."

still be scrapped. But commentson Paul in the name of the council thanks for having wishedto Mass at last October's opening the second eC:,lOn or the Second
the project taken as a whole Fathers Vatican'cfiiienical North, should be designated by Holy Name SocietiesRenew
: point out and to fervently ceremony. Council
the prophetic name of Ecclesia,
favorable without
were excep "At the opening of this recommend the course to be During the lass!i, Bishops which'''we have the joy of
tion. This to that is, a coming together or a
seems guaranteethat general<< congregation may we followed in our work. Throughour and people joined in singingthe inaugurating today, under the Efforts Is
when certain details meeting. Here, truly, are realized
are be permitted to express our prayers and our actionswe 1-ej.poiiM's, .he Gloria: aegis of St. Michael the Arch-
amended after discussion of in a new way those words ,
entiments of filial demotion hope and work together the Credo, and Sanctus. angel, heavenly protector of
the it will be which now come to Our mind:
project's parts, to him who in the first s se>- with Your Holiness that the Pope Paul delivered his address the people of God.
given final approval.For sion of this council shared Holy Catholic Church may ap- in clear Latin diction, Truly it is fitting that this Their voice has gone forth Call Given RallyORLANDO
into all the earth, and their
the Council's first working in our council work and was pear before the entire worldas almost as if he were speakingin solemn and fraternal assembly,
session, the Bishops of the then taken from among us the mystery of Christ and his native tongue: emphasizing gathered together from the words unto the ends of the

world had begun streaminginto by the Holy Spirit and electedto as the life of Christ Himself on a point here, asking a ques- East and the West, from the world. To Holy Name men belongs the most

St. Peter's square shortly the supreme ministry of earth." tion there, speaking in tones of regions of the South and the Truly, one mystery of unityis necessary, most saving function to be soldiers of Christ

after 8:30 a.m. Great crowdsof .. joined to another mystery and to carry His message forth, Monsignor Harold F.

people clustered at the several F3 J! Y T 1r 1 of catholicity, and this spectacleof Jordan said at the Missa Recitata opening the Central
universality recalls the
apostolic
entrances to the square here last .
VTN here Deanery rally Sunday.The
origin, so faithfully
through which the Bishops
reflected and extolled, as well Mass in Good Shepherd Church was celebrated
In automobiles
and =
8
passed on 'th r !
foot. as the sanctifying purpose of Father Terence J. Farrelly, spiritual director of the Dean-

Inside the basilica old 4Y our most beloved Church of ery and pastor of St. James _
friends greeted each other. God. Her characteristic notes Church, Orlando. -to love and praise GOdandthe
P ,t I the ancients never
shine forth: The countenanceof w a y
Almost everyone it seemed Monsignor Jordan, spiritual
the of Christ is dared to pronounce the sacred
stopped for a brief, prayer at a 4 spouse re moderator of the Diocesan
at name of God to instill in their
0 spirits
splendent. u r are
the tomb of St. Plus X, Just'
Union of Holy Name Societiesand
hearts the reverence due Him.
elated by a most familiar, yet
to the left of the door inside
always secret, experiencethatby pastor of Good Shepherd Today men are urged to first
the great church, and then
which we perceive that we parish, chose for this 13th annual conquer personal tendencies
paid visits to the Blessed
are the Mystical Body of Christ rally attended by over toward disrespect and then be
Sacrament before taking ,
# 200 men the topic,_ of love the Holy
and by Which we taste the in- sermon an example for
their seats.
l r ,(T f comparable joy, still-'unknown "Blpssed-.be ,God, Blessed be Name of Jesus, Monsignor
Mass to the Am- i r AI A t r+ a t 4t A i p
according : to the profane world; ;of \\"Hisoly. Name: M Jordan pointed out.
broslan Rite-the Latin rite of good it is, and how pleasant, He spoke of the primary -- After Mass,*Gordon,-Neary,

the Archdiocese of Milan-was REFORM, Page;, 8 principles for man's existence RENEW, Page 6
offered by Archbishop Giovanni

Colombo who succeeded Giovanni

Cardinal Montinl as Mission History Told to Country
Archbishop of Milan after his

election to the papacy. rf tl, and Mediawritten I
The Second Vatican Council ex. By Visitors Press TV

got right down to business.It r.r .
took up discussion of the t 1 By Mission News Bureau formation about the Foundation records of any kind in

draft document entitled "On Y4a ST. AUGUSTINE-There is by in a 11 y different the United States-and the beginning

the Church" on September 30, a rising tide of interest in the means'! Father Heslin ex of the Church's mission

the day after the second ses- 400th anniversary of the Mission plained. to the Florida Indians.

sion was opened solemnly by of Nombre de Dios in St. "We have written to everyone "OtNer' news releases have

Pope Paul VI. % k I zi Augustine, Father James J. who has visited the Mission MISSION, Page 5

A noteworthy change in the Heslin, president of the St. in recent years and has

mechanics of the rules of procedure Nt Augustine Foundation, reported signed the visitor's register. It JacksonvilleMen

in the general assemblywas k't& iI this week. The Foundationhas has been gratifying to us to

the fact that the four ____nun u__ __________ ______ i charge of preparations for learn how well and with what
newly appointed moderators PAPAL PROCESSION OPENED 2ND VATICAN COUNCIL SESSION LAST SUNDAY the 1965 observance at Amer- pleasure these pilgrims and Pledge
presided, and not the membersof ica's Oldest Mission. tourists remember their visitto

the Presidency of the Council Choral ProgramSet "All across the country," the Mission Many have responded Leadership

From the Editor's Desk, Father Heslin said, "knowledgeof to the news of our

Gregorio Cardinal Agagian- for CongressFather the Mission's historic observance forthcoming anniversary with JACKSON1'IIJ4E-Upon the
tan Prefect of the Sacred Con
contributions.
is spreading. The generous urging of the deanery spiritual
gregation for the Propagationof Mortimer Danaher, Priest Minister of ConfirmationTHE of the
as Foundation has received in- "News anniversaryhas moderator, Holy Name men in
the Faith the first director schools has releasedthe
was of quiries about the Mission from also been .sent out to all North Florida last Sunday

moderator to preside. following musical programfor Sacrament of Confirma has constantly taught;, that where it would be difficult fora every corner of the nation, and the Catholic newspapers of the pledged, at the annual fall

the Eucharistic Congressto by which we receive Priests, have the power of Bishop to reach with any the Catholic press has told mil country on many different occasions rally at St. Paul parish to devote -
for be held in Jacksonville on confirming the Church how. degree of regularity. Since 1919 lions the Father Heslin said.
Prayer Council the Holy Ghost in a special ; of people story of their time on Sundayr
October 27, the feast of Christ soldiers of ever restricts the exerciseof the Bishops of Latin America America's Oldest Mission.
VATICAN CITY (XC) way to make us "Stories and photographson tober 27, to the diocesan Euch
Tope Paul VI has suggestedthat the King. Gregorian Mass 16, Christ, is ordinarily administered that power except in ,certain have had the right to appoint Father Heslin said that con various phase of theMission's aristic Congress in Jacksonville
Credo 3 Crown Him'Vith
the of the circumstance certain Priests of their diocesesto been .
Priests recite the follow- by Bishop tributions to the Foundationare history have

ing prayer for the success of Many Crowns the Ecce Sacerdos for the Diocese. Every Catholic knows In the Eastern Rites a babyis confirm when the need coming in regularly from sent out regularly through Father James J. Merlin, ,
Propers
Magnus,
the ecumenical council before << about, and looks forward to, confirmed immediately after arose. people who have read about the the Xational Catholic News moderator, spoke in St.
the Can-
feast Christ King,
reciting the Divine of the annual or biennial visitof Baptism and this is done by In September of 1946 a very Mission's plans, from people Serv ce. Paul's, Riverside, after the
Domino 0 Esca Viatorum
tate
Office: the Ordinary to confer the the Priest who baptizes the important decree of the Sacred who have visited the historic "These releases have told Mi v>a Recitata celebrated<< In
Panis Angelicus, 0 Sacrum
Sacrament in the parish. baby. This is an ancient usagein Congregation of the Sacraments site, and from diocesan Priests millions of people about the the parish church by Father
0 Lord, God, wt' offer Thy Convivium, Adoro Te Devote
This year in many of the the East and highlights the enlarged the right of who have taken a special interest Mission's founding in 15G5, the I'atrick Cullrn.
Majesty<< this sacrifice of Great Kings of Kings, Pange
parishes of the Diocese, Con- fact that the sacrament of Con- parish Priests with regard to in the place where America's first Mass on September 8, Father Cullen outlined the
praise: and, united in devoted<< ( Lingua, and Holy God"e
the Confirmation.By .
firmation will be administeredby firmation complements the sacrament Sacrament of first parish was founded. the Mission's store of parish spiritual advantages of Holy
obedience of mind with Thy
Praise Thy Name.
Monsignor William Mullally of Baptism. virtue of this decree the "We are sending out in- registers from 1394 oldest JACKSONVILLE, Page 8
servant our Pontiff Paul, weak According to directions given Paul pastor of a parish (but not the ._ _, _
of St. parish, Daytona'
: ----- -- ---- -- -- -- --- ---- A
Thy great kindness, that by Ralph Jusko, choral direc- The canon law of the Church assistants) may confirm any
Thou might look on the Second tor for the Congress, each Beach. Is this not a departurefrom (canon 782)) also makes the person who is dying and has

Vatican Ecumenical<< choir of the Diocese is to have the practice of allowing provision that Priests by virtueof not received the Sacrament. INIIIIIIII
to confirm? t y
only a Bishop
Council with generous<< countenance prepared the program prior to permission of the Holy See PRIEST, Page 5;
and make its outcome his return in October, when he While it is true that the may confirm in certain circum

fruitful with an abund will begin a series of rehearsals Bishop is the ordinary minister stances. This indult, or permis-

ante of Thy grace. Through which will include all sectionsof of Confirmation, it is sion, may be granted to missionaries Confirmation

Christ Our Lord. Amen." the Diocese. likewise true that the Church laboring in areas
t 4 M\ Y

ScheduleOct. 4
Af a '
1 yf
7,--St. Peter, DeLandOct.

9-St. Paul, Leesburg

Oct. 11-St. Mary Magdalen,
MaitlandOct. ,,,. .

14-St. John Vianner,
!
t f.u' a Orlando

Oct. 15-St. Andrew,
t
OrlandoOct.

16-Holy Redeemer, ..y.Y .

Klsslmmre : .
-
Oct. 17 St. Joseph,
Palm Bay 'BRING ALL THE CHILDREN TO CONGRESS'

Oct. 21-Holy Spirit, Father Mortimer Danaher addressed the Priests gathered in St. Augustine for

Lake WalesConfirmation annual retreat. In his capacity; as executive secretary for the diocesan Eucharistic

A in these par- Congress (in Jacksonville, October 27)) he has asked the parish Priests to arrangeto

. MISSA RECITATA BRINGS HOLY NAME' IEN'S RESPONSES, ORLANDO Isbf' will be administeredby have all the school children in the Diocese attend the Congress. Altar boys will
_
the Reverend )(on.
Alfonso A. Aliberti, (extreme left), Orlando, presI- morn.ng Mass. The Aiissa Recitata, in Good ShepherdChurch signor Right William J. MullallyV.F. I bring their cassocks and surplices to wear; all the other children are expected to

dent of the Central Deanery of Holy Name Societies, was offered by the deanery spiritual director, P.\.. wear school uniforms. Children in the choir will wear school uniforms, he said. He

led over 200 members of parish societies at the rally's Father Terence J. Farrelly. has declared the Monday after the Congress a free day from schooL.V1j ___:::



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Page Two The Florida Catholic, Friday Oct. 4,1963 : -
ST. PETERSBURG
-- New Films

4: PETERSBURG Florida Reports DCCW Corner Rerlewed recently and claikifled
Catholic
by the Legion of Decency. Rowers for Every Occasion

to attend the Eucharistic Congress on Oc Morally Unobjectionable for
- r PLANNING Tinman's FlowersBonded

1963, should be our prime project for this General Patronage

New Smyrna. St. PetersburgCharles DeLandST. month. All the members of the Diocesan Council of Cath- CRIMSON BLADE, The Florist

Beach Warren Ankerbergand PETERA V olic Women, with their families, can make this a family (Brit.) Telegraph Delivery
Joseph B. Valder, both of get acquainted covered -- Morally Tnobjectlonable: For 3931 Central Ave. 862.3661
affair and spend a full day
.FLORIST'GREENHOUSES SACRED HEART St. Petersburg, have enrolledas dish supper was held for the to MiSs. Rodney Lake of Lake Adults and Adolescents

Donlan freshmen at Loras Collegein the of prayer together. land, past DCCW president, MARY, )IAHVarn..) '
JOO L\IIke Tl.w A. fi.. Father Francis women of parish at the These needed
WE WIRK FLoWERS! C.SS.R., pastor of Sacred Dubuque, Iowa. first fall meeting of St. Peter's during this prayers month are upon the death of her moth TIIUMIKR; ISLAM (Fox) OCTOBERSTAMP

867.2136 Heart parish, New SmTnaBeach Mr. Ankerberg, son of Mr. Rosary-Altar Society. St. the especiallyfor er. )Irs. Kathryn Carroll 3IoralIy Unobjectionable
ST. rETERSHUEG success] '
has announced the and Mrs. C. W. Ankerberg, has Bridgett Circle was hostess of the Uantf). }'ordults

Mass schedule which will be- registered for a pre-medical group. The program consistedof vened Second recon- Corrections for your mailing PIX1.XTHEn: The

come effective October 1. course at the college. Mr. questions submitted to a Vatican Council list: (U.A.) OFFERDollar
-
Masses will be at 6:30: 8, 9:30: Valder, son of Mr. and Mrs. question box pertaining to the and the Fathers West Coast Deanery for TWILIGHT OP HONOR Trading tamp..Amonnt .

and 11. Bernard S. Valder, will be tak. Catholic faith The questionswere who will Catholic Women's Club and -MGM) .tId Of 1'.ur tliolreKervlf

t ing a liberal arts course answered by ,Father Pat Altar Society, Zephyrhilte, all Morally Objectionable in Part $100.00 100
attending
BISHOP BARRY V rick J., Malone.A _b.e: Council. mail to members of this club I'or11 200.00 200

MUMFORD I The Bishop Barry Guild will committee is the should be sent to St. Joseph GUX HAWK, The (A.A.) 300.00 300
special completing beautiful
Refrigeration Air Coadltiontar I sponsor a fall dance on SatuY-- the This Catholic Church, P.O. Box 1551: I \DIX TIlE CAGE, The 400.00 400
heat rump Sertiee. plans for Central; October, we
Good Used Appliances day,'October 5 at 9 p.m. in the' Florida Deanery meeting to be Zephryhills, Florida. (Para.) 500.00 1 1,000 V
must remember -
.n- 'th. St. SoutbrbOllf' Knights of Columbus Hall,1720 Orlando Central Deanery: St. THREE: FABLES OF LOYE Minimum Maximum
held in, D Land 'on October 22,, :: also, 1 1s Mrs. Sehoebert Fr. 100 Mump 1,000 Stamp, V
Central Avenue in St. Petersburg James Catholic Women's Club ( )
Day 898487 Ml. 8S8-S141 opening with Mass at 9 a.m. at 'dedicated, to our Blessed Moth SAVINGS J '.t-ST"D BV OCT.
Orlando has a new president, LOYE: OX THE 21t KAIIX FROM Tim Isrt
Proceeds from the dance St. Peter's Church, followed by',er., (For the gardener's interest, Mrs. James A. McLeod, 3215 Un.IEIt.Ultra( ) Dividends Compounded and Payable

further the workof Benediction of the Blessed Sac. ,roses symbolize Mary, "Rose of Middlesex Road, Orlando; also, WHO'S!' BEEN !SLEEPING' : Quarterly.
will to
help
Edouard C.
Craig rament. A light breakfast will,. World." Use Open Mon. thru Thurs.
the
one or more
the Guild in assisting the change of president, DeBary, IX )1nJ.u (Para.) 9 to 3 FrL 9 to 8 P,1f.
==-==- Contractor and Distributorfor High School. be served in the parish hall, in front of a statue of Mary, St. Ann's Guild, Mrs. Howard :Martin J. Roes. President
-c::=: where registration will take during this month.) I
Yerkes 231 Plumosa: Road. A
== : I
y '" Vikon Metal, Ceramic HOLY FAMILYThe place. Business session, lunch All of our Deanery Councils hearty welcome to you both. 4 BEDROOM-2 BATH

and Mosaic Tiles Holy FamilyVomen's eon and program will be held will meet this month. Read the Name omitted from diocesan 2 CAR GARAGE

Blue Ribbon Financing Guild will sponsor a Silver Tea at the Elks Club. The registra. notices in your diocesan and roster. Mrs. Helen Swisher, 512 Walking distance to Bishop Barry
917-94th St. So 3474101Jackson's
on October 19 at the school tion fee is $2.50; please make local press and in parish bul. High Notre Dame, .st Jude's.
Montgomery Street, Lake City,
will help you buy or build your from 1 to 4 p.m. in honor of checks payable- Mrs. James letins.I 17990.00

new home at lowest cost. the Sisters of St. Dominic. All Ferrara, 337 West Howry Ave. hope to see you at one of Florida. Come out today! We have 4
Mrs. Mark A. Hellwig of Orlando
in. models to pee. From $jOO down
Put him to work for members of the parish are DeLand.St. .
nue
you. ShoesLadies' these deanery meetings. Some library and literature Drive North on Tyrone Hl\d. to
vited to attend and become Monica's Circle will sponsor Catholic women do not realize 17th A\e turn left to 65th St
First Federal SavingsAnd & Men's better acquainted with the diocesan chairman, in connection N.. left again, drl\e one block
a rummage sale on October that they are welcome at these with children's book week,
Loan Association members of the Guild and meet members askedto You do have SUNBRITE HOMES
Clinic Miller 10-12. All are. meetings. not to November 10-16, 1963, suggests:
Of St. PetersburgIf the Sisters. their assistance in member the Models at
offer ]be a of local clubor A\orth-\\hlle bookor

Vitality Weyenberg The Guild will also sponsora making and selling the items. guild to join us. It is of "Buy film a for your parish orchool. 6501 13th A"t". North & LOAN ASSOCIATION
347-2282
and \\hen you buy, please Cushioned Bellaires Halloween Dance on Novem- The Circle is also taking ordersfor course best to do so, but any. .. Encourage; the establishment 2178 Tyrone Blvd.

buy from a Florida Catholic 641 Central Ave. 862.1355 ber 2 at the Treasure Island fruit cakes. Sacred Heart one who is Interested may at- of new libraries and St. Petersburg. Ra.
advertiser. Auditorium from 9 to 1. Dona. will continue to sell
Circle
rack ENJOY AUTOMATIC
tend.We pamphlet Crossroads Shopping Center
Costumes
tions are $1.50 per person. -
greeting cards, candles, aprons extend our sympathy
"Envy no one, for you have IUF F It III Phone
are optional and the ic..eepriiieaDELIVERY 345-9331
and candy. the to foster Catholic -
Madeira Beach Bank tickets opportunity
public is invited. For MelbourneK )44444444444444444444
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to donate
wishing
Mrs. Anyone culture. Please add to account in name
and Information, contact
MADEIRA BEACHMember blood to the Red Cross Blood OFO Plan to invite a foreign stu. Phone: 5 of:
John Tondreault at 525-8647 or
Mrs. Mortimer Salch at 5266814.On Bank is asked to contact Mrs. The Knights of Columbus, dent to your home If you can St. Pete 898.1111 I"A>IC . . .. . .. ...$
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Frank Buttenvorth,' Blood .
during this year. Many Catholic Clearwater 446-83
____ the of the Oc. Father Gabriel Council 3746 -
program $ . . .
Phone' 391-9911 Open Sat. 9.12 Bank chairman, at RE 44015or students are lonely away from ADDRESS '.
tober 1 meeting, Mrs. John J. Melbourne, will hold the an

O'Brien exhibited her collection 7344215. nual Columbus Day dance on home and would like to meetan CITY. V STATE. ..,.
Catholic
of Madonna statues to the Saturday, October 12, at the American family.

V-V-- Fowler & Payor Inc. members of the Guild and gavea BradentonST. V Trade Wines Hotel, Indiatlan- The Catholic Student Centersat OLDEST and LARGESTIN !STAMPS . . ...
universities and Mrs. E. J.
brief talk on the history and '- *'" tic. For further information, PINELLAS " " "
; JOSEPH Tavlin, 8G30 Gulf Boulevard St.
,
significance of the statues. contact G. A. MacDonald at
General Insurance The St. Joseph Guild serveda 234-3093 in Eau Gallie. Petersburg Beach, Florida,

Sarasota covered dish supper for its have a list of Catholic students ST. JOSEPH'S MANORCatholic

1 121 I Ninth Street North 896-8131 I I St. Petersburg V first meeting of the season on InvernessOUR from other places. Mrs. Thomas

INCARNATION : Tuesday, September 24 in the Kenna, 446. Lora Street, Jacksonville Home For: The Aged & Nursing Residence
LADY OF FATIMA
The Board of Directors of parish hall. Father Cornelius Florida, will also have "TENDER LOVING CARE EXEMPLIFIED"Miss
TheVoman's Club of Our
----'-- -- Call any time of day or night the Southwest Coast Deanery, A. Dougherty spoke on the this information for you. Mary Gillan, Administrator I
Lady of Fatima parish held its
I C PHONE 342-8821 representing parishes from sacraments of Baptism and Looking for a special December 2335 Latevlew Ave. So. 867.6323 867.6468
first of the
meeting season on
Sarasota, Bradenton, Palmetto, Penance and the last rites of program? "The Restless
: 24HOURAmbulance September 12 at the Florida
Venice, and Ruskin, of ,the St. theChurch.. Father Doughertyalso Millions of Brazil" is the sub
'
Power Lounge. Sixteen mem-
ServiceThis Augustine Diocesan Councilof extended an invitation to bers and 3 guests attended.The ject of lectures given by Father .1 ;- -- For Clubs

Catholic Women, met on the Guild members to attend John William de Jong, a
community service without meeting was opened by
FREE obligation-offers<: Fully Trained September 24 at Little Martha'sHall the inquiry class which will beheld Father James Hoge O.S.B. and Priest formerly from the Netherlands For Holy Name

Attendant' Oxygen: Equipped: in Sarasota under the direction every Tuesday in the who has spent the last Breakfast
presided over by Mrs. Mae
.\Jubulan'en'whf're within of Mrs. Charles Ockel. parish hall. 30 years as a missioner In
Henly, president. It was decided
City Limits. mann, president. An afternoon card party is Brazil. National office tellsus For Church

j C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL HOME Programs for the coming scheduled for October 9. 'St. to send a donation to that he is available here in
Father Juan Lopez O.S.B. In
Complete Funeral Services from $175 80 I .59th St. No. year were discussed includingthe Joan Circle will be the spon- Argentina for the purchase of Florida, December 1-20, 1963. GatheringsWUterDONUT
C plans for the fall meetingof sor. Proceeds will be used for Those interested should write
gifts for needy children. Father -
the Southwest Coast Dean. the Chapel altar. directly to: can .

EXPE RT ery on October 16. The meet- The St. Joan Circle will James announced that a Father John W. de Jong
the Church Solemn Novena and family c/o Latin America Bureau, CWC
will be held at
ing
a dessert card
V \P sponsor partyon Mission will be held at Our 1312 Mawaehusetts Ave", X,\\'.
or''the Incarnation, located on Wednesday, October 9, at Washington. D.C. 20005

_____ Bee Ridge Road'in Sarasota. 1:30: p.m. in the St. Joseph par. Lady of Fatima Church from A bientot,
October 6 to 14. It will be
FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY ish hall, located on West 15th con Antointette T. or Just drop in anytime

L I FREE DISTRIBUTORS ESTIMATES FOR AND GRIZZLY INSPECTION LININGS ClearwaterST. Street near 12th Avenue in ducted by Father Joseph M. Diocesan PresidentMrs. Pasadena Ave., 341-7041 34th St., 898-4343

__ MEMBER INDEPENDENT GARAGE Bradenton. Keefe C.M. of New York Cityat Joseph Schoebert
OWNERS CECELIA
7:30: p.m. each evening.
In business in Sf. Pe/mburg since 1927 St. Cecelia's Woman's Club OOPS Dep't.: This is a letter
TampaST.
V met for its first business meet- GulfportHOLY from a publicity chairman in a

OARK'J BRAKE SERVICE, _. ing of the season on Tuesday LAWRENCEThe NAME: parish and city which shall be ''I LIVE SAFELY !

September 24 at the K of C hall. Altar Society will spon. Father James W. CourtneyS.J. nameless. The Florida Catholic

1210 FIRST AYE. NO. PHONES 8625336. 862.5537 Several prospective memberswere sor a toy party, Wednesday, has been Invited by Father office received this message jIIPJ DRIVE SAFELY !

introduced by the club October 8, at 8 p.m. in the social Frank P. Goodman to give the (punctuation by the sender): Consult this directory before your next fankful of

president, Mrs. Francis Win- hall of the parish.Monticello. women of the area a Day of Dear Editor, gas or needed repairs. You'll be glad you did.
of the various
Chairman
GIVEN & BUSHMANSy ans. Recollection at Holy Name The Women's Guild held
circles and standing committees -
V Church, 5824. 15th Avenue their meeting Wednesday

were also introduced.for the Mass will be offered in Mon. South, Gulfport. September 11. On September St. Raphael's Holy Name
J"V\ Business meetings
Women's Club members of 12 I wrote the publicity,
1 will be held on ticello on the first, third and up
I IJuviugs coming
year
THE the last Tuesday of each monthin fifth Sundays of the month at Holy Name parish hope that took it to the pastor to be SNELL ISLE GULF

women of all St. Petersburg signed and then gave it to
11 a.m. and on holy days during
the K of C hall at 7:30: p.m.
The October 6 meeting will bea those weeks. The other Sun parishes will join them on the my husband to mail.

pot luck supper starting at days the second and the Recollection Day October 11, To-day September 18 my -

Miss Ellen Moran chair- fourth of each month-will from 8:30: a.m. until 2 p.m. husband just informed me he

6 p.m.will be assisted by the witness Masses at 7 a.m. at St.Margaret's. Reservations ( morningsonly forgot to mail it until today.I Proprietor' :
,
Given Bob man .
Bushman ) are asked by Mrs. Her-
.
ALLKM1\LE SIIOPPIVO CENTER members of Circle 1 in serving. have finally forgivenhim J. L. McKnellenCall
bert Angell, 3415211.
940 :31th .\\Sl.'ti: AO.. ST rt TfR nUHO. }'L.l'nOSE 891-0189 The first card party of the now you please forgiveme
Missionaries The retreat master will come
year will be October 15 at 1:30 and publish our late news 829.8201 5802 15th Ave. S.

p.m. at the Memorial Civic OPKLIKA, Alabama The from Jesuit High School in before I am demoted in the 1301 I Snell Isle Blvd. Phone 344-0461
Tampa to give the conferences,
Vincentian Fathers have
Center, Clearwater Beach. Mrs. appointed Women's Guild.
first of which will be at 9 a.m.
Paul Davidson will be in two former military Transfiguration St. John'srmmJm
KINGFISHRESTAURANT charge of the arrangements, chaplains to St. Mary's Mission Hostesses say, "Please come"a
half hour earlier to register.
Band at Alabama.
with Circle 9 members servingas Opelika,
hostesses. Director of the Band will be Mass will be offered at 11:30 . .

Father Joseph Keefe C.M. For a.m. and Benediction of the OK. OIL-

Pinellas Park the past; eight years, Father Most Blessed Sacrament will

V SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST Keefe has served on the Mis. close the day. There will be 433cr JANSSEN'S COMPLIMENTS OF
SACRED HEART
luncheon for which retreatantsmay
sion Band at the Vincentian 7
STANDARD
SERVICE
Sacred Heart parish will
give a voluntary donation. EARL COX
House in Toronto.
Golden Fried or Boiled Shrimp sponsor a Fall Festival on Father Francis J. Fish C.M. Confessions will be heard between St. Petersburg 49th St. & 38th Ave. No.

0 Succulent Scallops October 11 and 12. The festival the three conferences of ST. PETERSBURG Standard Station
second member of the Band North
9th
4645 Street
the school PHONE HE 5-9325
will be held on
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Luscious Lobsters once assigned to Niagara University .
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ground3 beginning at 3 p.m. Top Stamps
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On All Purchases
YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER On Sunday. October 13, a din-
SERVED OCEAN FRESHHUSIIPUPPIES ner will be served after the 12 three years has served on the For Catholics Of Plnellas County
Mission Band at the Vincentian
AND ROLLS o'clock' Mass and will continue Blessed

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Father :JoKn A O'BrienInquirer's ;

* Daytona Beach rje :'i >; ;T? ; : fl ; Daytona Beach

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Furniture Greeting Cards Books By Examining Inflamed Hoax )I ,If'-t. :i: .:':':.', "{. .I SUNDAY, October 6 CARPETS & LINOLEUM;

j J8th Sunday after Pentecost.
LLOYD COX : TH .. .
< (:Mass of Sunday, Gloria,,2nd
you ever hear of a person getting started on his :
Office SuppliesCL DID J\ .>. prayer for the anniversary of :
into the Church by a bitterly anti-Catholic organ- i #7' .
2.3473 ?i\i'f; the consecration of Archbishop
ization such as the Ku Klux Klan? Probably not. But it :;? : Wall To Wall CarpetAl's
Creed
P.
I 118 North Beach Street Joseph Hurley, ,
has happened many times and it shows how, God can bring Preface of Trinity.)

good out of evil and how He can "write straight with '
October
t' I!. MONDAY, 7
"
crooked lines. ,. .. -- .. 1I "\"" Blessed Virgin Mary of the Floor CoveringTelephone
By their violent attacks upon to my mother mat all these ,
Rosary. (:Mass of feast, Gloria
Dink'sHickory the Church its adversaries charges couldn't be true.I A.. I
not
: __ :nd Prayer of St. Mark, ,CL 2-9842
infrequently kindle an interest said I'd like to hear what & Creed, Preface of the Blessed 704 North Beach
which prompts a person to investigate the Catholic Church had tot b
__
Smoked Bar.B.Q ----- __L. __ Virgin.)
: One for itself.
>ay
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RIBSCHICKENSHRIMPPlate TUESDAY, October 8

Lunch 90c who does this In her childhood mother had C i iI St. Bridget. Mass of a Holy
with an open associated with Catholic girls \ S
I Woman not a Martyr, Gloria,
Opp. Castaway So.Atlantic mind and in a
and she too was skeptical 2nd Prayer of Several Mar-

Take Out-CL 5-2293 spirit of humility about the accusations. She tjrs Common Preface.)

Closed Sundays and prayeris told a Catholic neighbor, Mrs. _---
w' WEDNESDAY, October 9
already well r
Member Our Lady of Lourdes his to Holland, about my eagernessto __ -"a =- --- / St. John Leonaid. (Mass of
on way know the truth about the -
the Church'sopen feast, Gloria, 2nd Pi'ayerof
Church. MILESUPHOLSTERY I
door. Several Martyrs, Common
JAMES D. MacPHEED.D.S. "Have Harland see a Priest," Preface. SHOE
This is illustrated
advised Mrs. Holland. As I ,, ,._
".lie< """" .w.="" = N u
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f'- ( "iII i 'R. ""
"C ; 1" I
"' 623 Orange Ave.
THURSDAY October
in the conversion of Har- 10 .
had met only one Priest I was
Announcees the opening land J. Davis of Kane Penn- TRANSFIGURATION'S HOLY NAME OFFICERS St. Francis BOI'gil.Iass: of CL 5-4736
too scared to alone. and
of his office sylvania, now pastor of St. 20- X e w 1 y installed officers phone, sick and visitation ucation transportation in tile Holy Abbot, Gloria, Common ALL WORK GUARANTEED
said She then mentionedthat
so. with :Father Edward J. Mulligan Communion breakfasts Fisher nursing
for the of Raphael's Church in Eldred, : program i program Preface.)
practice her brother '
student
a at the Church of the refreshments for >, home visits, diocesan liaison,
who has received about 300 of regular | FRIDAY, October 11 .
Duquesne University would be Welcome TravelersFurniture
General Dentistry converts. Transfiguration in St. Petersburg meetings, school, .octo. I,: | Fisher work with new par. Maternity of the Blessed

CL 3-245! "At the height of the Ku i home for Jhristmas and wouldbe will serve the parish her rosary prayers together,:][_fishioners, especially, Lenten Virgin Jal'Iass: of feast,
glad t(' go with me. Holy Xanie Society. They t-eiTing Mass rehearsal for retreat altar boy Porch and Patio Specialties
,In association with Klux Klan activity related program Gloria, Preface of The Blessed -
H. R. FOX D.D.S. Father Davis, "my home town That's how I b"fan instruction are from left, seated, Jo. Missa Recitata, religious ed- and patrol boy outings.a Virgin.) Rattan Wrr'jght Iron

Center was saturated with Klansmcn *, but only will'111 jjidea f.eph D'Andl''a'icf>-prt> i. ,-...,- ---___ -v..",__...-_:to Jl ""!._ I Atui..um
Westgate Shopping of t Ii SATURDAY October 12 Highway' I Ormond Beach
learning wj! siirr eKlan's
:
and their literature. One of our dent; Norman P. Dusseault:! ,
member: St. Brendans Church I'j ; Mass of the lt>s"'f" >Virgin
neighbors made sure that I charges were true or preMdent; standing, Fred
for Saturday, Gloria, Prefaceof
would see the 'fellowship Hell, marshal; Sam Mayak,
forum', while others would put not.A cousin by marriage and a tieasiuer; Joseph OMlourke The Blessed Virgin.) Italian and American Food

Klan officer took a number of corresponding, and Andrew
similar anti-Catholic literaturein
.! Open 5 P.M. 'til I II I P.M.
our mailbox. I our family, including myself, PctrusLa, recording secretary 'iJ'!

The Priest continued tellingof to a.KKK rally at Ridgeway.The i j POWDER PUFF Banquet_FacilitiesClosed

his life's events in sequence I vicious attacks upon the A list of 18 committees BEAUTY SALON

thus: Church, the insinuations about were outlined by the new Mondays
Creative Hair
I read these and mentionedPRINTING Priests and Sisters and the in. pi'evident! giving the men a Permanents Silver Styling SAN REMORESTAURANt

flammatory charges that Catholics choice of duties they would Blending

are disloyal to our coun- like to peiform. These Include : and TintingHelen

try only served to increase my : membership, tele- M. Srbecnk, OR. 7-1513 .1290 SO. RIDGEWOOD

Letter Press & Offset scepticism and my determination SO So. Atlantic, Ormond Beach
CL!
Couchman Printing Co. to find out the truth. Opp. CoquIna Hotel 21357"FOURTH

FLORIDA IS FULL1 Mallorj, Owner Father Harry Simpson of St. Daytona BeachOUR

? OLDANDEE MOMS CL 2-4284 (138 Magnolia Callistus parish in Kane answered LADY OF LOURDESThe GENERATION JEWELERS-SINCE 1881"

all these in
charges a

kind and friendly manner and Lady Madonna of Lourdes Circle Daytona of Our Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons

then unfolded to me the his-
OUIK-WASH Beach will hold a rummagesale :
torical background 0 f the .. Registered JewelersCL
on Friday and Saturday '"'
5 MINUTE AUTOMATIC CAR WASH Church. October 11 and 12 at 212 South 2-2552 American Gem Society .122 N. Beach St.

Wash only $1.50 4 Washes $5.00 From the pages of the New Beach Street Daytona Beach. '-
F
Professional Waxing &: Polishing Testament he read to me the
The hours of the sale are 9a.m. :
2 Blocks from Ocean-at 530 Broadway words of Christ with which : t
5 each ,
to p.m. day. J
lie founded UK Church: For collections in Daytona ::: ,., ; Crete of Ormond

"All power in heaven and on Beach, call Mrs. William J. ,i $1.Bright For
SPAIN TYPEWRITER COMPANY ::: Coating : /
earth has been given to .
me Murphy in Daytona Beach at ,
0-" ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Go therefore, and make disciples CL 24481. t : Shingle Roofs \
I SALES RENTALS .: .
) & .3- Gravel Side Walls
of all nations teach- ,. : Masonry ?
SERVICE SUPPLIES
ing them to observe all that I Eau Gallie '
ALL TYPES ROOFS Cleaned. Sprayed. Repaired -C-
REPAIRS ON ALL MAKE MACHINESCL have commanded you; and be- -I-V ,."
ASCENSION Gravel Roofs Locked With
5-4787 712 Ridgewood Ave.
hold, I am with you all days
Frontierland is the theme
even unto the consummationof E ,
BRIGHT CRETEFree
C the world" (Matt. 23, 18-20)). chosen for Eau Gallie's fourth "" '> '. __ _

THUNDERBIRD BEACH MOTEL Moreover, Christ predictedthat annual bazaar benefit November Ascension 16, IIEFFERNANS NOTE GOLDEN JUBILEEOn Estimates OR ;7-0295
the
for
On the "o.rlooJ.IDC''''orld'. Mo the t Fa ocean.moo. Beach". the Church would fce per- parish, under the sponsorshipof their golden wedding anniversary testimonial from the Vin-

secuted: Judge and Mrs. centians.
air conditioned and heated. the Holy Name Society and
Completely You will be hated by all for VISIT STEAK N SHAKE
.i David J. Heffernan received -
__ Room telephones with 24 hour service. Catholic Women's Guild. Fred B. Hartnett made the j
Efficiency apts, and hotel rooms. Tile lull my name's sake; but he who Father Martin Power has Holy Communion In Coral presentation of a spiritual IN ORLANDO IN DAYTONA

31 baths.u sic. Olympic Room TV size with heated Radio swimming and Hi-Fi pool. has persevered to the end will given leadership in the area for Gables from their son Father bouquet from members of the [1920 S. Orange BEACH

Ocean-side patio, Bar-B-Q Shuffleboard be saved. When they persecute the event to John Hett presi- David J. Heffernan (right) of Little Flower Conference of Blossom Trail :I IIOS. Ocean Ave.
T iie\ator service. Continental Breakfast in you in one town, flee to another the Miami diocese. 2820 E. Colonial Dr. ? 945 Volusia Ave.
Recreation Room overlooking pool. 100 dent of Holy Name; Mrs. Hank the society which was foundedby .
No disciple is above IN WINTER PARK
Luxury Unit'! Levy, Guild president; Ronnie The former Priest of the Judge Heffernan. He servedas S CHILI S
Fred J. Melanson. owner-manager his teacher, nor is the servant 818 S. Orlando Ave. .
Rickert, chief squire of the St. Diocese of St. Augustine was president for more than 20 ., t .It'. G.nuln FJ'uh
500 N. ATLANTIC AVE. (AlA) above his master" (Matt 10; 5 tea kb.
Aquinas Circle; Mrs. Richard assisted by Monsignor George years. : Daily Frem: DAYTONA BEACH Phone 253.2562 22-24)). Choice Ground Steak
I- Thus did the Klan's Ellzey and Mrs. Patrick Ryan Cummings (center) of Venice. Following their marriage in Grilled Served On Own, Kitch iKYou'll
perse.
co-chairmen of the bazaar. Father Claude Brubaker of St. Mary Church, West Quincy, Toasted!! Bun. LIkE It. .I

cution of the Church fulfill There will be a :show tent Miami who became a diocesan Massachusetts the Heffernans "IT'S 'A1 MEAL11 L:

ANCOCKfS- Cluist's prophecy. with 'continuous baby-sitting Priest from Elkton kneels in came to Miami and were members SERVING: FLORIDA ILLINOIS- MISSOURI INDlN&:

Upon the completion of the service: and cartoon movies ina the background.Not of-the Gesu parish which

TRU-VUE-GRILL instructions I was baptizedand professionally installed circus pictured were other dig. was then one of three parishesin

received our EucharisticLord. tent. A talent contest will also nitaries who participated in South Florida.

:My heart was filled with take place in this tent. the solemn Mass offered by DAYTONA Retail Sales
Heffernan
Judge was
536 Volusia Ave. & 1233 So. Atlantic Ave. appointed
joy.Two Men of the parish will con Father Heffernan with Monsignor to the Civil Court of Discount: Prices

FAMOUS FOR MINUTE STEAKS years later my mother struct booths and install light Cummings as deacon. Records bench in 1927 and -

YOU WILL SEE YOUR FOOD PREPARED followed in my footsteps. WantIng ing.Dinner The Mass was attended by served continuously in that capacity FURNITURE

to devote my life to sharingmy will be served from Monsignor William Barry P.A. until a recent retire-
Owner: William L. Hancock new found treasure, I be. with
4:30: to 7 p.m. a family of Miami Beach. MonsignorPeter ment.

CL 2-3273 Open 24 Hours came a Priest.Tampa maximum charge of five dollars Reilly Coral Gables In 1926 when the Heffernan Large Selection SHOWROOMS

; and individual plates, $123 pastor, was subdeacon at the family moved to Coral Gables, Quality Furniture

for adults and 75 cents for Mass. they assisted the late :MonsI- Robert 1.L.: White Pres.

children. Monsignor Reilly, diocesan gnor Thomas Comber pastorof Municipal Airport-Off Hwy. 92

TV SICK I John D. Hall has enrolled as Dancing will be enjoyed to moderator of the Miami Par- the then newly erected par. Showrooms Opposite Terminal Building
music 8
at St. Benedict's orchestra starting at ticular Council of the St. ish of Little Flower with organization -
a freshman
p.m. The squires will decoratefor Vincent de Paul Society, activities. Mrs. Hef
Atchison Kansas.He .
in ,
Call CL 5. 411 QuickFast v College the dance.
oo of Mrs. Hallof spoke at the end of Mass, referring fernan is a past president of
is the son Kay
The events will be held on the CLUB 92 SKYLINERESTAURANTS .
3114 Marlin Avenue. to large part the Little Flower Society and
Dependable Service
parish property at Ascension
CHRIST TIlE KING "**" played by Judge Heffernanin the women's Rosary Society,

Serving-Port Orange So. Daytona. Catholic Church, North Harbor the organization of the and was an active member of
Next Thursday, new parish. The will
Boulevard. bazaar
City
call work in Miami.A the Home and School Associa-
Beach
Ormond. Daytona ioners are invited to ir'*5t open at 10 a.m. on the mid- reception ,and luncheon Lobster Frog Legs Shrimp

their neighbors at the annual November date chosen by the tion.When
Authorized Factory TV Service the Diocese of St.
honored the jubilarians at Key
ALL YOU CAN EAT
membership party given committee.Fun $3.25
CL 5-1411 I Biscayne Hotel attended by Augustine inaugurated a fundraising -
No. Ridgewood
330
by Christ the King Guild in for the entire family is Steaks Italian Foods Sea Foods
200 civic leaders, jurists and campaign to erect Mi :
Tampa. The coffee will be planned and the public is invited .
other friends of the Heffer- ami's Mercy Hospital Judge
served from 10:30: a.m. until to patronize the Frontier- nans. Heffernan served as co-chair- CLUB 92 U.S. 92 SKYLINE U.S. 1'

FOR THE FINEST 12:30: o'clock at the Leisure land events.
The family went to MiamiIn man of the 1946 drive and
House in Tampa. All newcomers The Ascension Catholic Opposite Spt'ed\t'ay-CL 3-9812 at Airport-New Smyrna
AND LARGEST 1913. Guests were remindedby later served as a trustee of the
will have the opportunityto Women's Guild sponsored the
the luncheon speech of hospital.He .
SEAFOOD MENU become better acquaintedwith third annual get acquainted
also member of the
Monsignor Cummings that was a
the Guild's service to the membership tea on Sunday,
'S\ere it not for true Catholic board of the Miami Catholic
TRY parish. September 22. The teachers of
pioneers in the state of Florida, Welfare Bureau. Judge Heffer
THE SHRIMP HOUSE Mrs. James Urbanski and the parish were guests of the you and I would not enjoy nan was the president of the

IN DAYTONA 2128 So. Atlantic CL 53341NORWOOD'S Mrs. Steve Labodie are chair Guild.All the standing committeeshad what we have today." St. Augustine Diocesan Unionof

men. Richard B. Roberts KS.G., Holy Name Societies in 193Q.

or It is stated that young girlsof displays of projects for the president of the Miami Partic- He and his wife were active

SEA FOODIN high school age in the par- coming year, and invited mem- ular Council recalled that he respectively in the inauguration -

NEW SMYRNA GA 8-1621 Open I II I A.M.-9 P.M. ish are invited to the first bers to join in the committee had been inducted into the socIety of Miami Knights of Columbus

meeting for the organization of work by Judge Heff rnan. He ,and Miami Catholic

a Junior Guild of Christ the PalatkaST. presented the jubilarians with Daughters of America. 5

"-I King. They will meet October

13 at the Cafetorium at 2 p.m. MONICASt. .
CLEANERS
DETERGENTS ( Guild members meanwhile Monica parish will spon- Floyd J. Tredway's

DEODORANTS nii1b -airs are urging attendance at the sor a bazaar and Turkey Sup- Daytona Moving & Storage Co. a

FLOOR WAXES "Night in Las Vegas" they will per on Wednesday, October 16, Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC.
sponsor as a benefit dance on in St. Monica's halL General DELAXD

INSECTICIDESDISINFECTANTS CHEMICAL CO October 12 in the Jal Alai chairman for the event this 110 So.DAYTONA Campbell-CL 3-1636 560 So. Bird,-RE 4-3587:
% Jack Golly's orchestra -
fronton. year is M r s. Woodrow Lee.

SWIM POOL CHEMICALS DOESN'T PAP will provide music for Mrs. Nathan Jones Is the co-

EQUIPMENT L SUPPLIES G RIME dancing from 9 p.m. until 1 chairman. A large committeewill

MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS &: DISTRIBUTORS a-m. Prizes will be awarded for assist the parish with the KAY'S RESTAURANTNEWLY -

the best costumes. arrangements for the bazaar.
CHEMICAL SPECIALTIESalso ENLARGED &: REDECORATED
Mrs. Tom Kraemer Is chairman The Turkey Supper will be
ALA.CARTE and FULL COURSE DINNERS t1A't
assisted by a committee. served from 5 to 8 p.m. Tickets
A Complete Line of Janitorial Equipment HOMEMADE PASTRIES FREE PARKING
Donation for the dance will be are $1.25 for adults and 65 cents
Municipal Airport 253-2537 Daytona Beach, Florida 734 MAIN STREET 3 BLOCKS WEST OF PIER
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I Catholic Comment Frank J. SheedChrist Blessings Found in Late Vocations J JIF



Gives Truth, Life you are a widower, widow ment of the cloister which he However, exceptions can

single person of mature serves. be and have been made for

In Mystical Body Doctrine years but still reasonably vig-- In convents, too, there are well qualified applicants.Men .

I A Long Hard Look at American MoralsA orous, I should like to proposea many posts which can be filled aspiring to the Priest-

"' ATHOLICS put the Church in the place of Christ." question. To by "late vocation" Sisters. One hood may find that the dioceseof

We can answer this objection at surface leveL the men: who has a background in some their choice already is well
; RECENT issue of "Look" magazine The practical consequences of such a "Have you profession such as teaching, staffed with Priests and the
We can show the Church as a vast organization to
carried a rather depressing (and we philosophy are too patent not to be rec- ever thoughtof nursing or secretarial work, Bishop, as a consequence, is reluctant -
hope, exaggerated) study of American ognized in the United States today. Smart which, by Christ's command, we go for the will be especially valuable. But to accept an older man.

morals today. Cataloguing the trend to- business is the cover up for theft and gifts of truth and life that He wants us to Priest ---': there are many tasks for the However, there are other dioc-

wards acceptance of promiscuous be. deception; pleas of the public good mask ft A have. Along this line, we are invincible.We Brother unskilled Sister, too; tasks eses.There

: havior, the thievery of office personnel, the cynicism of politicians; fierce competition may not win the objector, but he can't the which require only a spirit of definitely is a place in

the machinations of the business man, and on Madison Avenue becomes the I prove us wrong either. I've tried it myself, "Have pos't dedicated generosity.What the Priesthood, somewhere, for

the almost total lack of parental control, justification for pornographical advertise % off and on over forty years. Nine times ever are the problems any man with the health, char.

"Look" out of ten the result is stalemate, and o f which face a person who acter and intelligence necessaryto
pointed an accusing finger at ing; a problem in demography justifies
Ira.
there is nothing heart-warming for the thinks that he or she may survive the theological stud-
American churches. In effect, the writers artificial birth control. The loss of clear very
us for the other in life?" It is have a belated oration to ies. (Incidentally, there are
or profitable
"said, the churches have not protested the moral principles also undermines the gripof man,
the Priesthood or to the religious schools which offer intensive
stalemate. better to
decline of morals, but have acquiesced to authorities: the head of the householdis It is discuss the objec- Father Leo J. Tresesible life? "speedup courses" In Latin for

it, and in certain instances, buttressed it. no longer a father, he's a buddy; the tion at depth. It will take longer, but some The first problem is to find belated vocations to the Priest

Since the attack was directed more to teacher can no longer exact discipline in thing always results from it. Quite simply you must introduce that there may be many acceptance by a Bishop (for hood.)

Protestants than to Catholics (althoughthe school because the parents will not back him to the doctrine of the :Mystical Body the potential vocations going to the diocesan Priesthood) or bya One final problem, for both

Church was mentioned in the article) him; public authority is flaunted; church Church _not L. as:..4.an.. organization....i.i to which we resort, but as waste among older people, simply religious community. men and women, is of course,
-- ---- --- because it
it points up the naivete of the oft repeated authority is questioned. The spirallingrate an organism lULU wmcu we ural body, tried beyond its never occurs to Bishops and religious supe- the problem of adjustment to

charge, made even by Catholics them- of crime, broken families, and immorality are built, in which we are In. strength, could bear Him no them that there may be a place riors have to be realistic in administering a new kind of life. As we grow

selves, that Catholic morality is old- eloquently document the bitter lived by Christ Himself. further, so-with far less excuse -for them around the altar. the funds of the older, we lose m u c h of our

fashioned and hopelessly out of step with fruit of this relativism.Yet These columns are no place -His social body fails Yet, what better way could diocese, monastery or convent. elasticity and it becomes harderto

the times. If the "Look" article said for a course in theology. I have Him often. there be to spend the last They may hesitate to accept adapt to a strange environ
any- amid this chaos of discordant and written on this particular doctrine applications from in ment. However, this is not an
thing, it said that we had better start It may be a matter of real years of one's life, than in persons
discarded morality a voice must rise, and in Theology and Sanity perversity in officials high their 50's or 60's because of the insuperable obstacle for those
stating some moral principles instead of or working directly and excluslely
equivocating those indeed, does rise. It must be the voice of (chapter 22)) and more briefly low; it may be plain obtuseness, for God? risk Involved. The elderly of good will.Hundreds.
principles. ing Theology for Beginners it be inertia. Priest or religious may become, of belated roca.
There is a subtle heresy that the conscience, private and public, remindingall (chapter 14)). Our may Lord shed His blood for Can there be a place in the through ill health, a financial lions, already bearing fruit

Church has long recognized and again that morality cannot be set aside for One who has grasped this the world, and most::: of the Church for a newly ordained burden before he or she has in the Church, are proof thatit

recently condemned that circumstancesor the sake of expediency. For the sake of deepest level of truth about world has not so much as heardof Priest of CO or 65, or for a had time to make any contribu. can be done.

situations change morality. Underlying our immortal souls, and the souls of those the Church will try to show His blood. We have all of newly professed Brother or tion in the way of services. For the mature person con

this philosophy is the contention that thereis who may be entrusted to us, God's moral the objector what it means us at our different levels failed Sister of similar age? Indeed For this reason, applicationsare templating a religious or priestly
that the Church is Christ's there can be, and there is. more likely to be con- vocation, the first step will
no objective, unshakeable law of rightor law must be served in its entirety. In this Christ, in two ways principally.One .
but Body. Admittedly it might be diffi- sidered from persons who have be to consult his or her con
wrong, merely standards that standor of the
day dialogue, we must never forgetthe way is by making no
fall We are in Christ as the cells cult for an older Priest to maintain resources of their own (suchas fessor or pastor for guidanceand
as they are needed. art of listening-and obeying. effort to show Him at all to
of In live the somewhat hectic pension) to that detailed informa
my body are me; we pace a assure for more
__ ___ .__ ._ u those who do not know Him.
with HIS life as the cells of of a parish assistant. However, they will not be an early liability
But another is by our own tion.Granted
Father John J. Castelot my body live with mine. You as the chaplain of a hospital, to the diocese or commun the necessary qualifications
sinfulness
which conies between -
can't hurry this, it Is so utterlynew school or other Institution, he no more constructiveuse
I men and the true face ity.For
to him. If you can get him could release a younger man women, another problemis could be made of one'f
of Christ.
Psalm
Explains Life's Inequities to hear what you are saying, for more strenuous work. Or, that most communities of later years than to spend them
Christ
that will be plenty for one ses is made to bear the as a religious Brother, he could women have an age limit for within the sanctuary or clois

THE author of psalm 48 had lived in Old Testament times. the wealthy can buy any pleas. responsibility of our faults. be of great assistance in the prospective novices. Some communities ter. Certainly, there could bs

i courage to come to grips It was not until the appear- ure known to men except the sion.But it Is not enough that They think less of Him because school office, sacristy, main also limit their novitiates no better place to answer, at

with a problem which plaguedhis ance of the Book of Wisdomin most important one: life itself. each of us should be a healthy, they think so ill of us. To so tenance or domestic depart- to unmarried women. the end, God's final call.

.contemporaries, a problem the century preceding the The psalm reads: Yet in no well-nourished cell, glad to be many people you and I repre-
sent the Church
for
wnicn nas birth of Christ that we get any way can a man redeem himself, in so healthy and nourishingan we are
bothered people environment, determined to the only Catholics they know. Father John B. Sheerin
clear statement of the doctrineof or pay his own ransom to God;
of all times, reward and punishment in Too high is the price to redeem take in more nourishment and Strangely enough Our Lord I

q in 'varying de. the hereafter. And so for the one's life; he would never have grow healthier still. My own knew that it would be so. He Council Defined

grees. If God is vast majority of Jews who enough to remain alive alwaysand body doesn't exist for the sake foretold our small weaknessesand Hooes for Action

just-and Heunquestionably I lived In the of its cells, neither d o e sChrist's. our large scandals. Yet He .
I I pre-Christian era not see destruction ((8-10)). cells there chose to have His gifts admin was a gloriously sunny day ikons play an important role that the Church should give Its
the My are to IT
seeming inequities of life
There Is a reference here to in the non-Roman wholehearted to
Is just-how is istered through men. In some the giant jet landed at establishing approval many
]
earth serve me; similarly we must
It that wicked on were, as our psalmist" a provision of the Mosaic Law Him. way He saw that this was best. Orly Field, Paris. What a con- character of the chapeL In the traditions in order to show that
"- calls them in serve
\ verse 5, a "riddle, which allowed people guiltyof trast to the balcony is an altar where the Church Is truly universal.All .
all
: people so often |1 a puzzle, an enigma.He In His earthly life He func- None of this was in the rainy, foggy eve-
prosper and homicide, and hence liableto tioned through His natural objector's mind when he ac fling that delayed Orthodox Priests can offer men, in all the dazzling

enjoy life's offers a solution to the capital punishment, to cused us of putting the Churchin my plane Mass. diversity of their rites, cu*.
body teaching men and
: -
t pleasures to the full? For the problem, but while it is a ray escape this punishment by pay. nourishing them, forgivingsins the place of Christ. He the night before There was an Orthodox toms and traditions, should

Christian who has faith In of light in the general darkness, ing a certain sum of money. suffering, offering. All meant Popes and Cardinals and in New theologian present that day andI feel perfectly at home in

God's promises and in the It is a rather feeble one. It does, But when God calls a man these things He still continuesto Bishops. What else could he York. April is would like to write mainly Itom .

teachings of His Son the an however, mark one more stage out of this life, he must an. do through this new bodyof mean? said to be a about my conversation with Secondly, he expressed the
In God's progressive revelation
swer is relatively easy. which swer that call, and no amountof His. In it men do all these The chances are that you heavenlymonth 1.11 him Having very considerable hope that the Vatican would be
would be all
in its
given .
The wicked may enjoy this fullness with the incarnationof money can win him a re things In His power: He links are the first person who ever In Paris prestige In Orthodoxy, he preferred decentralized In the sense that

life's goods and pleasures, but Truth Incarnate. prieve. it up with what He did for us made clear to him what the but my choiceI to remain anonymousbut the council would recognize

this life is short and they will Notice that the psalmist's per. on earth, what He still does for Mystical Body is. s September. he was anxious to give me boards of Bishops as having

have to pay the penalty of their In a solemn introduction spective Is limited to death itself us in heaven.Do ,He is excusable for thinkingof Father JohnKeating answers to the question I pro- jurisdiction over their partic-

wickedness throughout a never. the psalmist. invites all men not to eternal punishment.All we put the Church in the human organization as a posed to him. ular territories. This would bea

ending eternity of unimaginable to listen to his song of wis men must die, and no the place of Christ? The if it were the Church. But Paullst- con." __ The question was this:whatIs return, to a considerable degree -

I punishment. dome amount of money can save the Church is Christ-Christ living Catholics have been known to irere, naa aireaay maae an appointment the best thing the ecumen. of the ancient system of

I The answer was not quite Then he launches into his rich from the common destinyof in, working in, a bodyof make the same error, even to for us to visit Is- ical council could do to aid patriarchates that goes back to

:so simple for the people who answer, which, is, in sum, that all men. human beings. the point of leaving the Church tina when I arrived. We were the cause of Christian unity? the beginnings of Christianity.Now .

--------- "We are all one person in because of their resentment at on our way to Rome and the I had thought that perhapshe much of this power is

Christ," says St. Paul (Gala- the actions of some of the Second Vatican Council and we might suggest that the council wielded by the Curia in Rome.

) ;' i Father Michael V. Gannon tians 3,28). Church's officials. were anxious to visit the ecu- reformulate the doctrine of Thirdly, the Orthodox theologian
menical center that had begunits
But His decision to entrustto But the officials are only the
Mission of Nombre De Dios reunion far papal infallibility, or modifythe said that he hoped
work
14 men the administering of means-as It were the anatomyand for as claims of papal primacy, or the council would lay great
back 1927. Istina Is the
the redemption He -had won, physiology of the body as explain the "Filioque" in a new stress on the interior life of
Russian word for "truth.
qneat chapters in the gifts He had brought, for here on earth. When they func- The French Dominicans fashion. His response, or rather the Church rather than on

the human race, has had one tion badly, we should cling the work to responses, to my question were its juridical framework.The .
began principally
inevitable consequence. Just as closer to the Person betrayedby quite different from what I had emphasis In the past too
make contacts with the Russian
floRi6a catholic hIstORY there were times when His nat- their failure. Orthodox. expected. often has been on the Churchas

I Thousands of Russians had First, he said that he would an organization ruled over

--- Apostle to Immigrants emigrated to Paris in the 20s like to see the council affirm by the hierarchy. The Bishop's
. Chapter :21 ed in driving off the Spanish By 1565 these three !
groups due to.the. revolution. Later on, and reaffirm the valid existenceof jurisdictional powers have received -
Spain consternation greet. warriors on several notable of men royal, military, antiecclesiastical different cultures and tradi- far more attention than
1N the work was broadened to extend -
will Be
the news of the failure of occasions was humble pie that were bent on Bishop Neumann to all Orthodox and finallyit tions in the Church. He saw a the sacred gift he was entrusted -

Tristan de Luna's colony. The proud conquistadors were not promoting still another ex Included even the Protestants certain merit in the Church's with at his consecrationthe -

Spanish crown was miffed because prepared to eat. pedition. exaltation of the Latin traditionand sacrament that is more Important .
Beatified October 13
despite fipeutfell-planned The men most keenly disappointed But they would wait until on Pere Dumont was on handto culture but he felt It did than his jurisdiction.In .

attempts to do so, the bannerof were the Bishopsand the right man and the right welcome us graciously and not represent the true univer- short, this young ortho-

Castile and Leon had still Priests of Spain mission- moment came-when there \7ENERABLE John Nepomucene Neumann, who will be show us the remarkable research -sality of Catholicism.The dox ecumenist hopes the council

not been permanently plantedin minded men who saw in Flor- was sufficient zeal on the one V beatified on October 13, was a zealous missionary, educator library at Istina and Roman way of doing will put the major emphasison

I the elusive sands of Florida. ida a field of souls ripe for the hand and sufficient urgency on builder of churches and spiritual servant of im the chapel that has such a things may suit the Western the Church as sacrament

Spanish military and naval harvest. Every single missionto the other. The right moment migrants.Yet an effective tool in embeddingthe strong Oriental tone. Several Church admirably but he felt rather than as juridical system.

i leaders were frustrated-not to the Indians in this far-off would come for example, if though he accomplishedmuch Faith firmly into many
say embarrassed by the suddenly some new factor en- in many fields, the Bo
country had proved to be as European immigrants to the
failure of their arms to secure dangered Spanish shipping in hemian-born prelate was truly"a Question BoxCommunion
United States.
and hold a beachhead in this unstable and as impermanentas the Bahama Channel along hero apart from grand undertakings -

peninsula. That the arrows of the tides that lapped its Florida's east coast. ," in the words ,of Father Neumann worked

primitive Indians had succeed shores. The Spanish treasure fleets Pope Benedict XV, who declared -among Germans in the regionof is Catholic PrivilegeQ.
Niagara Falls, set up the
sailed twice a year from Havana him Venerable in 1921.

I TRANGE BUT where the gold-laden The man who was to becomethe first national(St. Mary parish Magdalene for Italians de is it that the Cath- and the reception of Holy Communion drops of water, to indicate a
TRUE galleons and caravels joined fourth Bishop of Philadel- self-imposed restriction the
Pazzi) in the U.S. in 1853 in olic Church does not permit by a person not sharingthe on
Little-Known Facts for together for mutual protection.The phia disliked any fanfare, and south and some well-disposed non-Cath- unity of the Mystical Body enjoyment of their appetites.
Philadelphia,
even
By M. |J. MURRAY cr' .JMJ.KC.w.c.Jf_S... fleets passed northward his humility, often misunderstood learned Gaelic so that he could olics to receive or "take would belie that notion.Q. It was just such a mixture that
was like a cloak covering Christ used when He institutedthe
through the Bahama Channel, hear confessions of the Irish Conmiuniont"A. At the Offertory of the
-;; lSYEApS or the Straits of Florida as it his achievements. Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
VrR As who settled in a mountainous The reception of Jesus Mass, when the Priest pours
pioneer
_LI w_ pEW 4V441FR/ was also called, until a missionary,
;! I ,p Ira, reached the area of Bermuda they, Father Neumann spread the region of Pennsylvania.In Christ in the Eucharist is a wine and water into the

FLW3 77AIT/Y MISSION RANK when they set course for the Faith throughout various Trevorton, Pennsylvania, privilege accorded only those chalice, why does he bless
Azores. regions of Pennsylvania Del. one day in 1856, an elderly who are members of the Mystical the water and not the wine?

p t: IXe4 aware, New York, Marylandand lady went into the confessional Body of Christ in the A. The wine that is to be con-
From the Azores to Seville
: Virginia from 1840 to where Bishop Neumann was unity of the Church. As every secrated In the Mass Is mixed

\ 'a the fleets were heavily guard. 1860. sitting and began with the instructed Catholic knows, for with a very small quantity of

44RThtOMZW_ _: ed by men of war to prevent In the educational field, he Gaelic words: "Beannaighme the worthy reception of Holy water-a few drops. This mix- CatholicPabllthed
'\ : f47uE.GR(4r, ." Communion, one must be a
4 capture by French pirates. established the first unified ture has a symbolic signIfi.
_ SWTHfJTLDflrrett_ The greatest danger on the system of Catholic schools under When she left the church, member of the Church in good cance, indicated in the prayer!
2o'c
_ _I .' k W44'1OtitI. -* voyage, however, was navi- a diocesan board, Intro- there was a broad smile on her standing, who has attained the which is said as the Priest Cferr :Trldmr
I. D11123s)' gating through the Bahama duced nuns and Brothers into face and she exclaimed. use of reason, who under takes the wine and water. FLORIDA CATHOUC PRESS JM.

R4HcRs IllS : ___________ ChanneL This discovered the Philadelphia diocese as neighbors: "Moladh go deo le stands the Eucharist containsthe The wine symbolized the Divinity P.O.. B.r S3S1 GArdea I-UII
passage, ..
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f IA1 .
lit Ea. < UI DrU
% r trz 7 by Ponce de Leon on teachers, and wrote a cate- Dia. Easpog Eireannach ala'gdnn Body and Blood, Soul and of Christ, and the water, OrUndo. florid i:802

E' his first expedition, was only chism and Bible history for the are deire" (Praise be the Divinity of Jesus Christ, whose humanity. The prayer asked Subscription in U.S.A. and Canada

'- : 39 miles wide at its narrowest faithfuLAs good God, it's an Irish Bishopwe soul is in the state of grace, that we may partake of Christ's $5.00.14.00 per rear; other countries

'i D410&4'F404cR; ,S47L cbLY oLzq'7c0c .. part; its waters were uncommonly an adminIstrator Bishop have at last!) and whose Intention is moti. Divinity, as He partook of our Tb. Florid Catholic Is *. memberof

rough reefs at its Neumann helped construct SO John Neumann, the third of vated by a devout desire to be humanity. The wine, repre- the Catholic Pre> Association
; entrance
J threatened the keels of churches in the Philadelphiadiocese six children, was born in united with Christ in this Sac- senting Christ, is not blessed; and Conference the National News Catholio Serrlc Welfare.Botner

!t heavily laden ships; and violent conducted visitation Prachatitz, Bohemia, on March rament. the water, representing us, is and. ilartln, publishers' repreaenta.tire .

; ) : storms sometimes whipped the tours in pioneer settlementsand 28, 1811. After studying for the The unbaptized non-Catholic blessed. Then the whole mix- War 1 Entered< UU, as at second Orlando clam Florida mall

channel into cauldrons. Various held three diocesan synods. Priesthood at Budweis and cannot be a worthy recipientof ture in the chalice is blessed under the Act of March X, 1179.

I 1c Th.* wreckages along the coast at- Bishop Neumann also organized Prague, he came to the U.s. and the Eucharist because of the Immediately before the wordsof

r cD4ThY M WGLANO 4FTER A LAPSCOP tested the channel's terrors to the first diocesan was ordained on June 26, 1836, lack of baptism. The baptized consecration are said over it.

fi #9 SOO tfr/UK,K OF CATVCUC Ofttciri. Spanish navigators. schedule of the Forty Hours by Bishop John Dubois In New non-Catholic cannot be a The reason for putting a few Father Vfnr Bt E. Smith
I' ,I )g%GAW40AT CF&ACOfMS flff N7Tt> Devotion in America. York.A worthy recipient of the Eucharist drops of water in_ the wine is Executive Editor
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if French .
pirates
'- / : \ IrtU4OR Llf AVOW Able to converse In 10 languages week after his ordination, because he is not properly to duplicate the exact species Editors! 3JU A.H Ju..tlwlrJateph QalaaMark >

I :J WHO' COULD toovs imr should also inhabit this channel he eschewed the sol he was named pastor of an area disposed in the acceptance of which Christ used -at the Last A. Rotler

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Communist Theories Are! "t"" ." Ir (CR
: ,: This permits a person to receive chosen the Bishops of the privilege so that in this important -
had seen the trouble for Even by
THEY coming years. before World War I when .
com- If.<,'..\'. was merely the rumblings of backstreet malcontents, the Priests of the <, ,:to> ( '," \
> < ); ., .. ; Confirmation.After from the Diocese because of special graces of the Holy
Catholic Church in Ukrainia realized that theirs would be a future of martyrdom. ,"':.." >Y". >,," R '. Pope John XXIII to flow
will continue
At that time .i :"'t."" < the Council. Spirit
Josyf Slipy: '
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newly ordained Priest, was at were back, and this time they: of determining morality, and ; Y;:$.:}:'.".."\ ;,",' :'.:)'Y: '... railed the Ecumenical Council the- His Grace, the Most Rev- abundantly on the faithful of

Innsbruck for higher studies, came to stay. Immediately full this reduced the churches to ,)..i. .t -l: <'>. ... ( he made provision for of the Di- Florida.
"' ...' conferral of the Sacrament erend Archbishop
restriction of the ) S S
after which he went to Rome Church was: mere clubhouses for hymn + 1'" S ',.,.,
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for imposed; even the publication singers.For. :: t. .\ /'.
more. Already his .
superiors
could see that young Father of diocesan newspapers was: resisting communist .'.',, 'I ::.': Mission History Told to CountryBy

p Slipyi would one day be a man forbidden. pressures! Archbishop Slipyi I

of great importance in his; Despite all this, the Russians; and several of his Bishops

church. insisted there was freedom of Mere arrested on April 11, Visitors Press and TV Media

religion in their land but
The Ukrainian Catholic there 1945; 800 Priests were subse- ,

Church followed the Byzantinerite was freedom only when the quently imprisoned.All (Continued from race One) that will be built at the Mis- ings are completed, the pictureof

and as such it had been churches took orders from the of them were tried for told other parts of the 400- sion in 1965. the Cross will be released

under the patriarch of Constantinople government, even in the area treason and found guilty. Most CAUSE OF U.S. BISHOP CLIMAXES year-old history of the Mission This "Beacon of the Faith" nationally.At .

since the earliest days: died in prison. Beatification of Bishop John N. Neumann of Phila- and parish at St. Augustine. has excited the imagination of the same time the Founda-

of Christianity. Then, in 1054< Studies Made Archbishop Slipyi was sentenced delphia, set for October 13 in Rome, is hailed (above) And recent notable events at the country, he said. As soon tion will release pictures and

the ambitious patriarch Michael to ten years of forced the Mission, such as Vice as the architect's final draw- details of the library of Flori-
by Father Francis J. Litz C.SS.R. of the order.
Caerularius broke from Rome, labor In Siberia. After eight Bishop's President Lyndon Johnson's official diana that will be built on the

bringing about what was Of Miracles years, in 1953, he was told that Father Litz is the Rederaptorist vice-postulator for the visit last spring, have Mission grounds.

known as the "great schism." he would be discharged pro- cause of Bishop Neumann, first American man to be-
received widespread publicity.
Repeated efforts were made to Credited to 3 vided he broke from Rome and come a Blessed. "Two half.hour television San Diego Aide

heal the breach, never with affiliated his church with the on the ;Mission St. Augustine

full success, but in 1596 the VATICAN CITY (NO-Pope Russian Orthodox church. He Apostle to Immigrants have programs recently been presented, Named for Bishop
Paul VI and the full
Ukrainian Church returned to complement refused, and for this he was AVESH-TV, Daytona Beach,
of the SAX DIEGO (XC) -Bishop
sacred
Rome, although retaining its congrega- sentenced to five more years. and AVEDU-TV. Peters-
Byzantine Rite. tion of Rites have recently reviewed Released in 1958, he was Bishop Neumann will Be Francis J. Furey, 58, newly en
burg.
miracles of three Ital- throned Coadjutor Bishop of
given orders not to in MCDONALD'SDRUG
There were lapses) depending engage "Plans for national television
ians expected to be beatified work. San Diego, also holds the postof
on whether Mars put the any pastoral Beatified October 13Contlnn..d are now in prepara-
coverage of
administrator
on
Ukraine under .ollo\h or Kus.fciun during the ecumenical council. Hack in 140rchblohOI) tion." apostolic STORE
Although a cause cannot be the diocese. Announcementthat
rule: the Russians!' a I- Slipyi promptly wrote a pas.total Father Heslin said that an
considered successfully ended ( from Page One) working immigrants. The Holy Bishop Furey is apostolic
letter to his faithful,
ways broke the link with tell theMission's
until all the steps of beatlfica urging them to four years as a pioneer mis- See, instead of dismemberingthe intensive program to administrator was made by 47 King Street
Uo III f'. pre.servetheir in the eastern
tion are completed, the reviewof religion, to adhere to sionary along the Niagara fron- diocese, gave him a coadjutor story Bishop Charles F. Buddy, 75, of
During the early of Father -
Slipyi's Priesthood;years, Poland miracles by the Pope and Rome and to be willing to die tier and the Buffalo area, wherehe Bishop James F. Wood. states will begin this Fall. San Diego at the liturgical reception ST. AUGUSTINEVA

the full congregation is one of ministered to hundreds of On January 5, 1860, Bishop "Many people are learningfor for Bishop Furey, heldin
rather than submit the
ruled and the link held fast. He to time he said
the first ,,
immigrants.In Neumann while walking at the Immacu-
the last steps in the process., communists.For the Chapel of
had proved himself to be an excellent Mission of Nombrede
"that the
Tentative dates have already this he 1840 Father Neumann 13th and Vine streets in Philadelphia lata on the University of San 41687rTHINKIN
was promptly
theologian and becauseof Dios antedates the better-
this he was assigned as a been set for the causes of the arrested and sent back to Si- began his novitiate as a Re- fell to hisnees suddenly known missions of Californiaby Diego campus.

professor in the seminary at three. They are: beria. He was released again demptorist. On January 16, and died shortly after- Bishop Furey, a nativeof

Lvov.In Venerable Vincent Romano early in 1963 through the intercession 1842, he made his profession of wards. He was 49. 200 years. Pennsylvania, was or-
the southeastern
a diocesan Priest who vows in Baltimore. He became When Pope Benedict XV declared "It was in dnined in 1930!: and served for
1928, when he was just 26 of Pope John. He United States, beginning at
was pastor of Tone del Greco is now in Rome.In even more of a traveler then, him Venerable in 1921, 33 years in the Philadelphia
old the
years metropolitan Dios that the
Nombre de ,
near Naples in the 19th century this going out among the settle- he noted that if some persons archdiocese.! He was Auxiliary -

organize Sheptitsky a,new appointed seminary him more to ; AVnerable Leonard Moscow era in of the new agreementthat harmonywith ments of Virginia, Marylandand could not "picture him to themselves evangelizing Indians and civilizing began. ofAmerica's Bishop I! of Philadelphiafrom ( I ABOUT MORE !

Murialdo; founder of the there shall be Pennsylvania. Two years as a hero apart from 19H until he was assigned -
no
in keeping with the'estern more after
tradition of the Latin rite. Ten Pious Society of St. Josephof atomic pollution of the air, it later the Redemptorists made grand undertakings, We hastento the"One founding hundred of Xombre years de ; here. INSURANCE?

Turin; and Venerable Pom.Inlc should be remembered that him superior of their parish in say that wonderful resultscan Bishop Buddy has! been
years later, he was created themetropolitan's Dios less than 3GMM() ) Florida ( L. )
from deed no _. AskFRANK _.
spring simple diocese
coadjutor. of the ;Mother of God, a communist pollution of the Pittsburgh.In Ordinary of the San Diego
receiving
Passion Priest. provided these are performed Indians were for 20 In that time
In 19.19, World War II juct mind is a far greater dangerto 1817 Father Neumann was Instruction( from Catholicmissionaries. years.
Miracles:; attributed to the as perfectly as! possible and the Catholic population of the HOWES
beginning, the Russians!' again the future of mankind. This! named superior of all Redemp-- This great storyis
!
Intercession of Venerable Romano with unremitting constancy. diocese has increased from
in the U.S.
danger still exists. Archbishop torists working
occupied the Ukraine, and being told now as it de- about
"Venerable Neumann's
the persecution of the Church were the healing of a Slipyi is living in evidence of Although the superior, he always activity to be told." 80,000 to 400,000.
was indeed admirable,, serves
malignant tumor of the left
resumed. that. chose for himself the Gulf Life's
Father Heslin said that a
breast of Maria Restucci in not .so much for the good he

Churches were closed, teach- 1891 and cure of a cancer of most self-effacing tasks whileon effected in the fleeting hourof great deal of publicity has for the best in...
mission leading -
assignments, ADAPT.A.PLAN.
ing religion in schools was for- the throat of Sister Maria Hold Faith Firm Is the present, asfor that been given particularly to the
in recitation the
of
Rosary
bidden, Church property was monumental illuminated Cross n1kth
which assured the benefit
Cozzolino in 1912. Both cures : .
than th "
rather sUng principal
-
confiscated. There was a temporary .
r
the Ger- took place in the parish of Appeal Made By sermon*, and-' respite during
Torre del Greco. hours daily in tht con also said. Live OakST. control** This Gulf life agent can fell
man occupation. During this many how with Adopl-A-Plan',
,
Cures attributed to the in- German Prelates In February, 19G3, the'at- you
period, Sheptitsky died and the fessional.On your insurance it odaptablt.
tercession of Venerable Mu lean's Sacred Congregation FRANCIS XAVIER income
For example, a family
elect 1 1852 Pope "service
' young Bishop Slipyi was rialdo were the healing of complications COLOCXK (XC) -The German February of Rites certified as authentictwo Father James F. Edwards plan can also provide substantial -
ed metropolitan of his church, Pius IX named him Bishopof
Income.
has miracles attributed the Live retirement
resulting from an hierarchy appealed to comes from Lake City to
spiritual; leader of 5,000,000 extra-uterine and to the nation's Catholics to Philadelphia. The see entrusted intercession of Bishop Neumann Oak each Sunday and on holy call Give him a call todayl
pregnancy to the 41yenioldlirelate P. O. BOX 548
people. of Clotilde stand firm with the Church as a necessary step toward days to celebrate Mass at 8:30:
peritonitis Fiamma
tI But in 1941 the Russians covered 30,000 square VA 42385ST.
and h warned against his beatification. heard be-
Confessions
at Casagiove, Italy, in 1929, exces- a.m. are
1 and the cure of thrombophlebitis sive criticism which weakensthe miles. made of the These were the cure of J. fore Mass, as is the custom in I forthiuk.ofyourhom. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

of Sister Maria Giulia Ca- Faith. The joint pastoral It was up Kent Lenahan of suburban: Madison and Monticello, also

JACKSONVILLECHARCOAL minada which took place at letter was adopted by the present diocese of Trenton, a Philadelphia, who suffered a missions over which Father
ohnstown
Altoona.J
of
Sesto Calende, Italy, in 1923. Bishops at an annual meetingin portion fractured skull and multiple Edwards presides.
Camden dioceses all of
,
Miracles attributed to Ven- Fulda, and read in all and Internal Injuries In an automobile -

_ erable Dominic are the healing churches recently.The Harrisburg, Scranton and Wilmington accident in 1949, and
dioceses, plus the( Lake
CityEPIPHANY
STEE1! of fellow religious Brother Bishops saw "symptomsof archdiocese of Phila- the cure of Eva Benassi Par

ROOM Damasus of the Most Holy weariness in faith and religious present tani of Sassuolo, Italy, of acute

in practice as part of a delphia. peritonitis in 1922.
at Ceccano Italy,
Rosary Bishop Neumann, who was The current weekend schedule -
bursitis and arthritis general tendency to pessimism Bishop Neumann Is the third
1923; of ,
consecrated on March 28, 1852, at the church here follows:
and the healing of Ettore and appealed to Catholics to U.S. citizen, and the first male
: could never quite get used to Sunday Masses, 7 and 10 a.m.;
In 1954 at Taranto stand firm in the Faith and to one, to be beatified. Proof of his
V BROILED; Chianura his new office. Disliking pomp Holy Days, 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.
time
condition be confident that "our too citizenship In the form of :a
STEAKS Italy, of a serious lung and ceremony, he was reluctant Masses confessions, Saturdaysand
;
is in the Lord's hand who lovesus passport certificate, dated October -
Foot of 1If'.ur $t. ViaductXL brought on by a tubercular to attend social teas and ban- on the eves of Holy Days
4>'1SI and looks after us. : 13, 1851; I, was recently
lesion.KKMAIII.K and to wear the fashion and First 4-1:30
Deploring destructive criticism quets discovered in the National Fridays, p.m. .
able clerical clothes he was and 7:30-8:: p.m. -r'-
commentedthat
D.C.
the Bishops Archives In Washington,

"there are groups among, given.In The U.S. citizens already S C
.AS.T'E-RLI N .Pli: MACY: his first headof
G sermon as
: German Catholics who do not beatified are St. Francis Xavier

the promising signsof the diocese, Bishop Neumann Uabrini naturalized citizen
want to see a FLORIDANOW I
: FKKSCKIl'TlOX 8tK'JCEDro& that all Cath- CATHOLICS OF
strongly urged
Comiirtir<<, Clear and Camera Drpartmrntirit Church renewal. These beatified In 1938 and canonized

JI 4 Pickup and Delivery Luncheon and Soda Bar groups, always criticize anew olic children attend Catholic as a saint in 1946, and native- A NON-PROFIT CATHOLIC FRATERNAL SOCIETY OFFERS
:OSS HUndlnr Blvd. Kr 10731.0735 schools. About six weeks after
that to born Mother Elizabeth Seton
531S Jammtf Kd. 771-8903 everything pertains ,
D. <}. K.XSTERMXO.: Ownrr-Managrr: the Church hierarchy and his consecration, he assembleda foundress of the Sisters of

Church order in the past and< group of clergy and laymento Charity in the U.S., who wasbeatified LOW BUDGET HOSPITAL

l____ ___ in the present and everything discuss plans for setting up on March 17, 1963.

GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES which the Catholic laity and parish schools throughout the (XCWC News Service])

Catholic organizations do." Philadelphia diocese. A week
later the adopted a plan and LIFE INSURANCE
group
"We do not want to say WRITING THE FLORIDA
/
that nothing should be criti. for establishment of a central
board of education in the di CATHOLIC?
te cized. But criticism mu t be IIVIPIS/ICMJALS
please include your
constructive, not destructive ocese.This
JUST TWO BLOCKS FROMST. ," they said. signal contribution of ZIP code.

PATRICK'S PARISH AND SCHOOLHUGH Neumann's madea
The Bishops charged that i a Bishop was -

wrong idea of the Church is; subject of canon law by LOUIS W. PETERSON FOR AS LITTLE AS

EDWARDS, INC. being spread by certain in. the Third Plenary Council) of Alrf'." f.r

W tellectuals. Baltimore 30 years after theBIshop'S JI.rUa..r 11r.... I.e.
N. E. 16th Ave. & 15th: Street
rk.Mlller Candle <"-.. I.r.
I The Church's fundamental death. P.O. 410J rrrllt.a *UtUa
mystery is the mystery of the< Public schools soon found l.n..1 1'1.. At'. 'r $ 2.0 5 PER

Incarnation. The Church, there- their enrollment decreasing, as New Otlfmmm, LoaUUa* MONTH
PURE ALTAR WINES
one Catholic school after an-
fore, must be present to all
FOR BETTER GROVES AND CROPS USE "
periods with their forms of other went up In the Philadelphia -

culture and society. And the diocese. To provide teachers Depending Upon Your Age And The Terms Of Your Policy
Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite
Church always will include for the growing number of 1=

& Hi-Calcium Lime saints and sinners, a few students, Bishop Neumann Came Plan Auilrtle To Women At Slightly Higher Premium
and brought into the diocese Chris-
prophetic figures many CHOOSE YOUR OWN DOCTOR
average members," the Bishops tian Brothers, Sisters of Notre Largest rrr.rlpllii. Now you can protect yourself' and yocr family. with'
FROM said.Takes. Dame de Namur, Sisters of the Ph.r..T ,a the "..... The.interfered important with.SELECT .Doctor-Pitient relationship is not low budget hospital and fife insurance as a member
I pprteiat your patronage of the Catholic Association of Foresters (formerly
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Phone Crystal River, Florida 7952409OR PAZ, Bolivia (XC-El- April, 1855, he founded an The choice is entirely up to you. You get full benefits as a member of our 83-year old!

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olic Welfare Conference, left Fear Fit Aa4 Six Aer Parrel age..

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ida and future unannounced 1853 Bishop Neumann Mission Valley Compensation insurance or any other form of on our excellent life insurance plans. There,is M
a launched the first diocesan policy held by member.: obligation-do it today!

assignment.Mr. ..
Hymans has served In cycle of Forty Hours' Devo- Estates By our Massachusetts Charter of 1879, we are limited to Catholics &". 'It. .

this highest capital of the ions in America. p..t 0"". B.T IT ----------- FREE! NO OBlIGATION----------o.. .-

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for food See to divide the Philadelphia La.,.'. "..rklaAD.CU CATHOLIC
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Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, Oct. 4, 1963 if,: tam Jacksonville Historian Dies MadisonST.

ALBANY (XC) Requiem
ASSUMPTION
Pontiff Cautions SurgeonsOn Plans are going forward for Mass was offered here for Father Father. VINCENT James F. Edwards
Raphael M. Huber O.F.M.,
ANT. p
the annual carnival to be held) announces that in Madison,
Conv., 80, a widely known professor
Divine Presence in Man on Assumption School grounds
of Catholic Church his- Mass will be celebrated at 7
from 1-8 p.m. on October 24.
a.m. on the first third and
VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope Paul VI has cautioned K :7 There will be booths and games tory.Father
Huber died on September fifth Sundays of the month
surgeons to be attentive to the divine presence in man 1.. for all. A chicken dinner will
22 and Requiem Mass
when speaking recently to participants in the 20th inter- be served in the cafeteria from of and on holy days'falling within
was offered in Our Lady
national,congress of genera; 5-8 p.m. Mrs. Joseph A. Morrow ; those weeks; with an 11 a.m.
of cannot ade Angels church here.
you perhaps .
and cardiovascular v president of Assumptio Mass scheduled Madison on
surgeonshere. Father Huber, a native of
quately define, something ir
Parish Guild, says, "Pleas
the second and fourth Sundaysand
Louisville, who was ordaineda
your science and in your art and friends..
'"You are the benefactors oi which merits to be brought come bring your Priest in 1906 at Innsbruck, the holy days of those

mankind when the exercise of before Our person because ol HOLY ROSARY Austria, served from 1927 to weeks.

your profession conforms, as what We represent and because Father Walter Bueche C.SS.I 1937 as an Englishlanguageconfessor

We do not doubt it does, to of the mission that We has extended an invitation tall at St. Peter's basilica.At .

higher and permanent moral exercise. Your activity, though parishioners to a t ten d his death, he was professor Ofi.9 uunQl ,t mt

laws," the Pope said. dedicated to the well-being of a. Forty Hours devotion Octobe of Church history at St.

"If Our spiritual diagnosisdoes bodies, is worthy of being pre 13-15. The Most Blessed Sacra; Anthony-on-Hudson Franciscan A. II. Crilj KomUl L. Bennett

not deceive Us it is a the door of the -6 ment will be exposed durin Seminary Rennselaer, New Ambulance Service
sented at king ORLANDO HOLY NAME RALLY, AT GOOD SIIEPIIERD VA 4-1673
secret awareness of the superior dom of the spirit. the 11:30: a.m. Mass on Sunday York, a post he had held since

value of your studies and The human body, whose October 13. Devotions begin at 1954. Previously, he served ST AUGUSTINE

especially of your efforts physical and biological secrets Efforts Is Priest Dies 7:30 p.m. Solemn close will be from 1937 until 1953 as a his-

against the physical evils which the surgeons explore, Renew ; Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.Sermons professor at the Catholic

afflict humanity that brings is a holy place where divinity to be given by R< tory
the scien- He ServedIn Fathers. University of America.
here he told demptorist
,
you
Paul said.
resides! Pope .
A /%
tists visiting the Vatican."It "Yes, divinity is there," he Call Given RallyContinued Father Thomas Hicke;

is something which many continued. "Be on your guard!! Florida C.SS.R., Dan Wendell and John Perry PALMS

Human ways are saturated ( from Fag One) spread about?" )Ir. Russ Gill are chairmen of the annual DDIAC. CONCEPTION M ,

with the thought of God. Man president of Good Shepherd asked. HOLLYWOOD, Florida A bazaar on the schoc Mass is offered here each

ANEW is in His image. Still more, HNS, welcomed Alfonso A.. He indicated it as a duty of Mass will be offered in the grounds, 4920 Brentwood Avenue <- Sunday at 9 a.m. and at the
IDEA FOR Church of the Little Flower at October 5 and 6.
sanctifies his Aliberti Central Deanery ,
when pres
grace man all that espouse the beliefs of froak M.RSA
A. -
ANEW Hollywood on Monday, October Main features the bazaa same hour on holy days. Con- MoynorJ Dvrytfessions
IJ body is not only the instrumentof ident, other officers and parish the Catholic Church, but par- of
ERA his mind and its organ, it is representatives to the social ticularly the layman. Callingthe 7, at 9:30: a.m., for the repose will include games rides hanc are heard in Perry on 649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862-6503

also the mysterious temple of hall where the rally program diocesan Fishers programthe of the soul of Father ThomasA. !iwork and a spaghetti dinner, Saturday evening and the eves CT. PETERSBURGof

I,... the Holy Spirit. God lives there. continued. best activity for instruct- Kelly, 78. Father Kelly,, sponsored by the Parents AID- holy days from S to S.30: p.m.

"In other words, a new concept Progress reports w e r e ing the ignorant, he urged that who served as a Priest at Holly mary, to be served on Sunday,

of the flesh of man opens given entering the year's ac. more take part in it. wood for many years during October 6.SACRED.

before our eyes, a concept thities of 30 societies in the Emphatically reminding the the pastorate here of Father HEART Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Home

which does not disturb the mid-Florida area during the assembly of "your responsibility Francis J. Dunleavy, died on School building fund wl

vision of physical and biological business *'e*sion. ," Mr. Russ concluded by September 29 at the Alexian benefit from the "extra sp<- 557 CLEARWATER-LARGO ROAD LARGO

reality but which on the John B. Mattingly of De- saying that it was indeed nota Brothers' Home in Oshkosh,, cial" fall carnival planne Telephone 584211924HOUR

ARE YOU A contrary clarifies it. It fills the Land, past president of the matter of shifting off this Wisconsin. from 1 till 10 p.m., October 12.: AMBULANCE SERVICE

t vision with a new attraction, deanery, emphasized a "Deeds great spiritual work of mercy, Father Dunleavy represented on Sacred Heart churcl l h

qe1tthgstarted. an attraction which surpasses Not Words" approach. and Holy Name men were par- Florida Priests who mourn Father grounds, 103th and Blandinj.

sensible and aesthetic attrac- Giving examples of the motivating ticularly cognizant of their Kelly's death, at the funeral Father Leo Danaher enlist FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

tion. force of good example which was held in Chi the aid of all his parishioner

: 'It is an attraction, how- he said all Holy Name men duty.Father William G. Xeidert, ago. Father Dunleavy is now and their friends to make thIs BRADENTON SARASOTA

ever, which is so real and so have a responsibility in their pastor of St. Andrew pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul event outstanding in the parish]

FAMILY ? powerful and sometimes so evil community to conduct themselves Church, Orlando gave the Church in Miami.Father annals. Service For 61 I Years

and fatal, and-shall say- accordingly.Prior afternoon's closing address:o, Kelly: was buried in Lieutenant Joseph Norris i is
to adjournment for chairman of the carnival. He
and in most enlighteningfashion
here's flexible family mystic. It is a new attraction a Mount Carniel cemetery inChitago
lunch, Father Farrelly briefly told of the two great has reported advance plan
income insurance. A 20 which is suggested neither by illuminated again the rally's ;: the city of his birth "
commandments of the Law. "going well.
year plan pays up to 3 pleasure nor beauty but one theme of "The Layman- Using particularly his topic, and home of surviving icl.i- At the opening of the season -
B.
lives..l brother, Edward
i times its face amount love of Christ in- Spreading the Faith" by say-
which the "Love Thy Neighbor as Thy- members of the "Toman'sGuiId
during early policy years, ing it was applicable to all Kelly, and sisters, Mrs MaryA. called the talents of
spires, the Pontiff emphasized. self, he detailed personal experiences St. Peter and :Miss Wini on FUNERAL DIRECTORS
while your children are baptized Catholics. that also emphasizedthe members to focus upon makin;

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they grow older and your WHEN YOU NEED always be guardians and "Of far greater help to one's The deceased entered the ture.

-needs lessen. Low cost, Labels Calendars Plaques Printing custodians of the Faith, he neighbor," said Father Neidertin Society of Jesus in 1902 and ST. MATTHEW

too.Ask for the FAMILY Postcards Badges urged them to equip themselves speaking of charity, "is the was a member until 1926. He St. Matthew's Home and JOHN S. RHODES JR.
INCOME PLAN. Trophies Flags with the necessaryknowledge giving of God's love to him vas ordained to the Priesthood ,
Decals Gimmicks School Association held its
Book Matches Bumper Strips to combat modern through the good example of n St. Louis on June 26, 1917
W. J. BUNING first meeting of the year last FUNERAL DIRECTOR
,
Schaal'sORLANDO social ( "Us. Christian living." It is the will md taught at Loyola University -
Call Peter
week. Following the openin;
212 E. Robinson St. He gave a three-point sum- of God, therefore, that we put in Chicago and high 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055
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rhone G.V 4-7335, Orlando of Catholic education, GRIFFITH-CLINE FUNERAL HOME
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the whole child.
The first of two ,principal ( FLORIDA CATHOLIC Fort Pierce, Father Kelly was training BRADENTON 720 Manatee Ave. West
short business meeting -
addresses at the afternoon will publish further excerpts mce a parish Priest in Elkton, After a
; at which the plans for the ANNA MARIA ISLAND 6000 Marina Drive
session given by JamesM. ,
was
FOR YOUR FASTENING NEEDS from Father Neidert's inspiring Eustis and St. Augustine. '
Russ, prominent Catholic message in next week's issue.) The funeral in Chicago's St. joint bazaar on October 17 s

UNIVERSAL BOLT CO. e layman presently serving as Monsignor Jordan thanked Rita of Cascia Church was a were announced, Mrs. Franci
Orange County Solicitor. Ad- E. Vallencourt, president, introduced PHONE 877-7524
all who participated in making, solemn Requiem Mass.
I 1710 Silver j Star Road Orlando CY 3-3120 dressing himself to the theme, the rally of such interest and Sister Marie Phillip

COCOA BEACH-NE 6-7076 "Instruct the Ignorant A noted how successful it appeared Consulting ServiceNEW D.P., who then presented the A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL
Spiritual Work of Mercy," :Mr. faculty of St. Matthew school
all. AVE.
to YORK (XC)-Two for- 3809 N. ARMENIA
Russ showed how such work Then he most emphaticallytold nor Catholic Press Association Jacksonville TAMPA 7, FLORIDA
portends and applies to the
all Holy Name men to
fficers have established a business -
Savings deposited by the tenth of the month earn interest laymen today. plan to attend the annual firm here. Charles J. Mc- BeachT.
Telling his Holy Name audience Jacksonville
from the first of the month! that he believed that convention October 26 in and to bring \Teill, former president, and PAUL KYLE-McLELL INC.
on fames F. Kane, former executive Mrs. Thomas Hardebeck,
there was a great mass of people -
their families to participatein FUNERAL DIRECTORS
have formed
secretary, chairman of St. Paul'sGuiId ;
program
in the world today who of the
the great blessings: vane-McNeill, Inc., a management has announced tha 17 W. UNION STREETJACKSONVILLEEL
:: .. have the capacity to know and Eucharistic Con-
tilt diocesan consulting service to pubishers plans have been made for the 3-3966 Continuous Service Since 1856
',.' ... "the right to know" about God, set for the followingday
gress and fund-raising organizations annual membership tea. The
he answered the question, October 27.
Sunday,
,
at 386 is scheduled for Sunday
instruct?" with offices tea::
"why must we rally
I CENTof So that God's main Last Sunday's Deanery Park Avenue South. afternoon, October 6, from :2
FOUR PER purpose was concluded with Benedic- to 4 p.m. in the school cafe- Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc.

Deposit savings of 12 months or longer, with interest may tolic be potential satisfied,can a man's only apos-be tion ment of given the Most by Father Blessed Neidert.Sacra. To Issue New Stamps orium.: A film, "Challenge oL963 AMBULANCE SERVICEThe

will be shown.
per annum guaranteed interest paid of Certificate filled by obtaining, digestingand knowl- The threat of inclement weather VATICAN CITY (NO-The [ Finest Service Available Regardless of Your MeansT.
all
using possible which never actually office will Tampa
check. Vatican City post
remitted to quarterly by
you edge about the the speaker truths said.of his marred a fine rally day, caused issue a new series of stamps on EPIPHANY R. Downs President r D. W. Ford LF.D.
religion, the move into Good Shepherd
THREE AND ONE-HALF PER CENT "Who has the responsibility Church from the planned out- October 16 commemorating the Father Philip A. Banded 1045 9th Avenue No., St. Petersburg *<* Phone 862.3609
of getting this information door ceremony. :coronation of Pope Paul VI. 2.SS.R. has plans to open the

per annum interest paid on all regular .....-., Forty Hours Devotion in hi:,
MaitlandST. parish of the Epiphany at 10(
I savings, with interest compounded quarterlyl! MARY MAGDALENSt. t 1' S 'fJ"f'ttrIffttlr"" I i '"' i.m., Sunday, October 6, fol The

Mary Magdalen CatholicWomen's 11"' t1'1flftllfllll't"Hf\1 owing the Mass. Father John l Bobbin Funeral Chapel
C avanaugh C.SS.R. of Mosi
.
Guild will sponsora ''
-1MCOMMERCIAL Day of Recollection Saturday, Holy Name parish, Tampa, will 40066th Street No.St. .
devotions Petersburg Fla. _
preach at the evening _
October 12. Father Francis J.Walsh
S.J. will be the retreat ; Sunday through Tuesday -
BAN KaJ. Wiltl t Qhk master. at 7:45 o'clock. J. FRED BOBBITT Funeral Director
Phone 5146636AIBULAXCE
For reservations call Mrs
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About Mystery of ChurchVATICAN : tkk' : World Series Allows Fans WINTER- PARK.. .

i CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI spoke about the .k Y' #

mystery of the Church, the first topic on the agenda of ; tWipiI To Judge League's StrengthIS OLA'S-Cards &: Gifts.

the ecumenical council's second session, to one of the

largest crowds to attend his than the American SPECIAL LINE OF
the National
League stronger
but which have their effect in CATHOLIC GIFT ITEMS

weekly general audiences.The heaven; that is, their divine League League? Overall, yes. AND RELIGIOUS CARDS

bols Christ Pope spoke used of when the sym He powers. ; The simple fact that the Yankees could make a run- 2910 Corrine Dr. 424-3582

founded the Church to explain "Think then of these imagesthe away race of it with only marginal help

"His immense and mysterious net, the keys, the stone, from Mickey :Mantle and, Roger Marisflagrantly

design." the construction of the Church underlines the second to 10th I FAIRVIEW

achieved by Christ, its Architect II
"Why have you come?" he I place mediocrity. You might even say the Cleaners & Laundry

asked the September 26 crowd and Builder. They are Yankees won with their B team. This is
images of the catechism of the Featuring
in St. Peter's basilica. "To see I _ not to say, however, the Yankees are not /i Dependable Fabric Care
the Lord to make us understand : .m----.T _. ____.-______._ ........,4-: ,...
Pope, we say. And who is something of His immense and Z a good .team. Possibly even a great team. 4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando

the Pope? He is the successorof mysterious design which GULFPORT MEN PLAN RETREAT NEXT JUNE Nor that they wouldn't have won just as

Saint Peter. And who is now is being worked out even" Father James Barrett (left) Gulf port who received Holy bus in the background: decisively over sterner opposition, particularly

Saint Peter? Pope Paul said. Joins men of Holy Name par- Communion together thi "Xot one man, but one with M&M available from start to PAQUETTE MOTORS

"lie was a fisherman of ish Holy Name Society in month on Holy Name Sun bus load of men prepares to AUTHORIZED DEALER
finish. Again, everything. being relative,
Galilee whom Jesus called day. Father Frank Goodman attend the laymen's retreat Hawk-English Ford Lark
who can say for sure on October 2? Yet they just did man- Studebaker Truck
and changed into a fisher of indicates the reason for the at St. Leo's Abbey next June.
age to beat the Giants a year ago not only a poorly Used Can
humanity. Thlrty-seven men are setting Cor. Charrh S. Or. Bltm. Tr..
''Peter, whom Christ placedat OrlandoGOOD aside! $1.50 every Holy Name balanced team, but one physically exhausted and emotionally GA 3-1633

the head of a group of meeting throughout the yearso drained from a gruel

twelve chosen disciples whom SHEPHERD that next June they will'o ing three-game playoff.You reason to love 'em. Off the
Queen of Peace circle In the field, For it has to be .
the 'free to the anyway.
Lord then instructed and and prepaid' say these Yankees are Children'sClothes
called apostles and commandedto SETTLING into their school routines, the diocesan foot. parish will sponsor the annual retreat." stronger. Very likely you are all too obvious that a combina. .
card party in the social hall on
tion of Houdini Kelso and
,
convert and save the world. concentrated on daily practice sessions, November Near Father Barrett, correct. Both the bench and Line
8 at 8 p.m. There
Joe couldn'tget
"Peter was first called Simon. rainy weather permitting! !.In! last.week's games most teams will be prizes and refresh- spiritual director, above, is the staff have more depth. marse McCarthy
home first with of the Finest in
ClothingFor
But the Lord wished to give naa stormy "going" with ments for the dollar donation Louis Morano holding the Still, two of the added start- any

him the name of the corner wins at a minimum. High School defeated Central asked. Players are invited to beautiful banner made by ers, Al Downing ((22)) and Jim ill-balanced talent-spare teams Girls & Boys .,
that the of the Ldrrwatrr Dr. G.\ 4-7738
comprised rest !!O'H
stone (in Greek: petra), that is, Keeping their lofty standingIn Catholic. bring their own cards. Mrs. women of the parish and Bouton ((24)) are youngsterswith

the solid and stable foundationof the "Duval dozen" Bishop Obviously nettled by their Wilbert R. Becker, GA 3-1236, Sam Rertuglia, president, Father no prior World Series ex. league.When the team

the entire human-divine Kenny's Crusaders High School opening game one-point. defeat, is in charge of reservations. Goodman reports. perience.To pace-setting
lead
commands
edifice which'Jesus wanted to shutout their Jacksonville rival the visiting Cougars from Sarasota Seventy-five men were present quote again from a recent a top-to-bottom

build and which He called the duPont, 19-0. scored in each period with Winter ParkST. at the September meetingof Charley Dressen interview of 12 1/2 to 37 games, this having 9LWNGfISHOP
achieved the
Church, which is the assemblyof Conch George GazdlckN Tim Holleran getting two TD's the Gulfport HNS. WilliamD. "I have no opinionon been despite

the multitude reunited and confident Crusaders easily and :Mike Moffett one, all via MARGARET MARYSt. Noble of Tampa, past pres- Bouton. I never saw him absence of such explosive muse
Margaret Mary social ident of the Diocesan Unionof cle as Mantle and Marls, how
centered on, according to the slew the Dragons when tail the ground. Then in the fourth pitch. But I'll say this: If he

thought of Christ, the Apostle back Billy Swanson accum quarter Bob Smithers called a committee is sponsoring a Holy Name Societies, was hasn't got a good move to first can a rival club owner have

Peter. ulated 156 yards in 15 jaunts pass to Jim Roberts that tallied -bridge party, Tuesday, October guest speaker. He outlined the base, Davis (Willie) and Wills the effrontery to blame the
"You know too that Christ's 8, at the Winter Park Recreation spiritual advantages of mem- manager?
with the pigskin.Two the final points. Beth the (Maury) will steal him blind.

thought is joined to another, of his touchdownscame Cougars and Marauders now Center, Azalea Lane from bership in the Holy Name So- It was no coincidence that

that of the powers conferred 1-1 records thus far. 8 to 11:30: pm. ciety. These include:
own
on runs of 80 yards and : speed was a factor in the PEARCES
by the Lord Peter and with If you plan to make up a Holy. name men, through
on 97 yards, as quarterback Mounting an even higher showdown St. Louis series. The DINING ROOM OFFICEWAREHOUSE
him also on the Apostles, which Charlie Parsons varied the offense mining total, Tampa Catholic table please bring your own their meetings, discussions, ral. Dodgers stole six bases in the IX THE HOLIDAY INN.U1IEN EQUIPMENT
cards, sponsors said. There lies and lectures, come to a BETTER FOOl It!
exercise here earth
they on High School
smartly. Making sure that easily upendedthe first two games. Important SERVE WE WILL SERVE IT. Central Florida's ONLY -
will be refreshments and
better of Christian.
duPont never crossed into pay Gulf High J VX 28-0. knowledge steals. Steals that put runs in 4010 5G. Orange BUm. Trail stocking LYON distributor
dirt an alert Crusader defensewas Dean Hall, Colt right halfback prizes. Donation will be a dollar ity and Christ. The confession position. PHONE 241UtlGray's \\"rite fur frrr illu-trtr{ratal") *
scoring
ORLANDO led by 215-pound Junior was the leading ground and Holy Communion once a Last time I looked the CMECK vrgo stuar4 .
For reservations, patrons month and devotions WITH
retreats special ,
tackle, Doug Solomon and ably gainer racking up 105 yards
Yankees had stolen 37 bases,
WINTER PARK telephone Mrs. John Mc- make the Name Jewelers "
assisted by Harold Bagley.A and one touchdown. Signal- may Holy the Dodgers 98. I f9"A133 East ROBINSON
Cormick, MI 4-9788 or Mrs. man a better, more practicaland ORLANDO,flA.
24-0 score in Clearwater caller Barry Perez and half- CLOCK REPAIRALL .
Irving Allison, MI 4-4629. Catholic. It could be an oversimplification
brought opposing teams even back Greg Wonders got Coach courageous MAKES Call Ten Fre.s
to say the Yankees depend
with one victory and one defeat .' John Bi letti's off to a fast first 2003 Edgewafer. GA 2-2974 Orlando 241-3431
RAY MEARS on b I g bats for the Fan .me!!! 262-4578
each, as Cardinal.Mooney quarter two touchdown lead, Next to Publix Dayton Reach 32-3t0I
I. Coming Events I extra base. Obviously they
JEWELERS while Carlos Quintero, sub
do, and jet it might be a .
LOf'aIiT Own.d and Operated By BARNES quarterback, registered the This column lists future bfnrtit. I iperlal meeting and event of more mistake to ignore the fact
I I not live In Meadow Brook Acres?
*. final tally on a 12 yard keeper. than local Interest. Advance notice 4 DI regular meeting will b. omitted. Why Monterey or
1 F. & 8U8AX MTRSEYSI DRAPERY AND the Dodgers do have speed
The Colt linemen were stand We have a home designed for jour family
Year In Jewelry Business FLOOR COVERING, Inc. Port Orange rummage sale, Cleantater Beach; St. Cecelia and exploit It effectively.Against .
outs on defense.
FREE ESTIMATES October 4, 5; 280 X. Beach parish AVomen's Club. the combined effortsof
STERLING SILVER
Bishop Moore High School
MEDALSBy 2008 X. Orange' ., Orlando returned to Orlando from Street, Epiphany club, spon. DCCW meeting, Southwest Johnny Podres and Sandy DrheBUILDERS .

RELIGIOUS GArden 5-3487 "what's in &or. Coast Deanery, October 16, Koufax the Cardinals had 5307>> East' 'Colonial
Apopka wondering a
Tampa Most Holy Redeemer Church of Incarnation, Dee scored whole
KREMENTZ name." The Hornets were exactly one run
Women's Club rummage JUdge Road, Hal' sota.
in 18
innings. Practically
irTDIAPER with their second defeat over-
GUARANTEED TO LASTA pinned -
sale, 11th Street chapel Bazaar and turkey supper, night the most spectacular
when back
LIFETIME opposing Terry hall, October 4-5. October 16, 5-8 St.
SERVICE I p.m.
of the had
\ Moore got the Blue Darters challenge season WATKiNS
Phone GA 2-3652 \W White elephant, and rummage Monica Hall, Palatka. turned to ashes.
their winning 6-0 score on a :38
2300 L ROIINSON AYE.tvm .
sale, October 4-5, Super Card party, Bishop Kenny
t The Yankees aren't going to
in the third .
yard run quarter.On
Value Store, Altamonte High School, Jacksonville, PAINT WALL PAPER
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oun mutts n mmnut jurratmc easily beat that kind of pitching -
ETR$4IIS OIA'IS LAIOIATONY,mu the strong passing arm Springs St. Mary Magdalen October 16, 8 Blessed .
ro*Stirs MULTi* apiin a COMFORTitmuir ; p.m.; either. Over a correspond.
:.. I otoDoaiii.I ouru FAIUWPUUHJTYUOOUPCKS of Gary Prelsser, the Hornetswere Altar Society and Guild. Trinity parish benefit. ing stretch this season Yankee ORLANDO WINTER'PARK
YOUR NUT lAST MA6A2INC -
9 always a threat and Bazaar, October 5, 4 to 9 DCCW meeting West Coast pitching, though second onlyto

422-1177 had more total yardage than p.m. and October 6, 1 to 8 Deanery, October 17, Dun. the White Sox In their I ;

Advertisers appreciate itwhen their undefeated opponents. }).nt., school grounds, Holy
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small difference but then ina
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down the Edgewater Eagles, Queen 7:30 p.m. October 5; parish, JackM>n>'ille. short series a small differ-

YOUTH CENTRE INC. bitter neighborhood rivals of dock for entertainment, food Rummage sale, October 18- ence can be enough.In Member New York Stock Exchange .... ,
Bishop Moore and next on the at Bahia Beach; Holy Family'omen's 19, Eau Callie, Ascension par.
UNIFORM HEADQUARTERSFor rugged schedule. \\' Guild, sponsor, St. Ish Guild. most departments the and other principal l exchanges ...._.'
Yankees are a better ball
Girls & Boys of St. Charles School Bishop Barry High School Petersburg.Holy Parish supper, Sanford, All club. CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2-7183

OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY NIGHTS journeyed to Tarpon Springs Name Society dance, Souls hall, October 19, 6:30: They make all the plays in 4. ,
and absorbed another high October 5, 9 Orlando
ORANGE AVENUE PHONE GA 26333WUferDONUT p.m.
66 NORTH p.m.Buffet the field, they hit the long ball
scoring Joss, 25-0. The Spongers Veterans of Foreign Wars' dinner, entertain : :
I and in Whitey Ford they have
sopped through the leaky de. hall; Maitland parish organ- ment, st. Paul school cafe. the most implacable money MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN

fense of the Barons for over a ization sponsor. torlum, Jacksonville Beach,
\ pitcher in the game. COMPLETE DINNKKH TO GO
couple hundred yards. Bishop Barry Guild fall October 19; St. Paul Guild,
In any count of Yankee Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00
One bright spot for Mel dance, October 5, 9 p.m., sponsor.

4 [ 7r: : 41 Varieties Delicious New England bourne Central Catholic in K of C hall, 1720 Central Southwest deanery Holy haters losing you can American Include League thisyear's I Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95

tf. Style Hand-Cut Donuts their 27-7 loss to Cocoa was Avenue St. Petersburg. Name Society rally, October Fish Dinner $1.00
managers out. They got good
;-.. WORLD'S FINEST CUP OF COFFEE Witkow ski's 84 yard touch- Forty Hours Devotions, October 20, Holy Cross parish, Pal-

.' AT OUR DUXK BAR down run. That put the Hustler 6-8, Epiphany Church, metto. Shrimp Dinner 1.15

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In St. Joseph Academy'sfirst DCCW meeting, St. Angus- 928 Baum Street, St. Peters- Lake Barton lid. & E. Colonial 277-4210
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eatherbraing fans were 9 a.m. Mass. Halloween carnival, October -

Textbooks Workbooks School 1 Supplies treated to a scoreless first Dessert card party, October 22, St. Joseph, St.

half. 9, 1:30 p.m., St. Joseph parish Petersburg; Mothers Club. "Your Personal Bank" I

Visual Aids Art Supplies Microscopes However the Callahan Ramb- hall, Bradenton. Card party, Mt. Vernon

lers slipped to touchdowns in Day of Recollection for Lodge, Winter Park, October

NEW AND USED AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT the final two quarters and the women, Gulfport's Holy 23, 8 p.m4 Maitland parish tt; IA

Flashes were extinguished, 12-0. Name Church, 9 a.m. to 2 benefit.
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A crowd of over 5000 fans p.m., Mass, 11:30 a.m., October Assumption parish carnival ? mG.WII L!' ct
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a .hard-fought contest, before Rummage sale, October 10. ground: October 24, 1-8 p.m. WINTER PARK, FLORIDA

the battle of the Panthers 12, 109 East New York Avenue Transfiguration social hall,
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but Jesuit High School made sale, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., October Holy Name Society Con. All 7-3000 Member F.DJ.C.
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the victors go scoreless until 11-12, 212 South Beach Street, ventlon October 25-27, St.

only about four minutes remained Daytona Beach. Paul parish, Jacksonville.

of what was a real Women's day of recollection Diocesan! Eucharistic Congress .

moral victory for the Tigers. St. Mary Magdalen October 27, Jackson.
Church, Maitland, October 12. Tille. EAT FOR THE FUND OF IT!

Charity ball, Monsignor Rummage sale October 29, e

Herman J. Heidrich Bishop Council %112, Knights Blessed Trinity Women's ORLANDO UNITS HELPS RETARDED CHILDREN

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Phone CHerry 1-3311 Growers aDd Shipper Drive, Orlando, October Halloween dance, November FRIDAY OCTOBER 4th 1963 --

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Bazaar, October 1M3 :Ito herd parish social ball, Or- .
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t... _.. Stanley party St. John Fall deanery rally, West. Look 'orlhe
Vianney parish hall, Orlando, Coast, St. Jude Church, St.

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Reform of Church and Unity In O "2L w < Msgr. Sheehy on Charity


Christ ORLANDO We need a declaration of dependenceour -
Stressed bv Pope PaulContinued @6'v 4 nt? -

I dependence upon one another, our care for one another

: Maurice S. Sheehy of national prominence
( from Page one) Peter, you are gathered, venerable journeying. Here, the apostolic Monsignor
-
where. brethren dwell as one! brothers, you too apos- ranks, assembled all together said here on Tuesday.The Catholic University, he was
It is not futile to realize, first Catholic chaplain
tles descended from the apostolic from the world over, are refreshed commissioned a naval officerin
right from this first moment, : to be selected the to
Navy
by
college and its authentic at the fountain which 1937. He is the author of
the human and diiine phenomenon successors. quenches every thirst and reawakens hold the rank of Rear Admiral, several books.
I
that we are bringing Here, praying together and every new thirst, and Monsignor Sheehy is now pas The United Appeal. luncheon .

; 3byut.Here here w tor St. Pius parish in Cedar
united together by the same from they will confidently sA Tuesday marked the
we are once more, as if their Rapids, Iowa.
resume journey in the first time that the Catholic
in a new canacle, which has be- faith and the same charity; world He was the principal speakerat
and in time towards the t Charities Bureau of Orlando
come confined not by reasonsof here we shall rejoice in the the kick-off of Orange and
goal which is beyond the earth joined the area campaign.Priests .
its vast dimensions but be- unfailing grace of the holySpirit Osceola counties' United Fund
and beyond the
ages. members of the Or-
who is present' vivifying a
cause of the multitude of those Appeal.
Greetings, Brothers! Thus lando Charities Board who
who are gathered together teaching, strengthening.Here t't W g i> 1t ] t i He said that our declarationof
are welcomed by the least fl were guests at the luncheonwere
you
all will be only
tongues r r.A
within it. Here certainly the H dependence, as he defined
virgin Mother of Christ is one voice and one voice alone one among you, the servant of t tTtI I it, should parallel our declaration Monsignor Harold F.
the servants of God even Jordan, Father Terence J. Far-
will be the to all the
message :
helping us from heaven. Here, of independence.
though he bears the keys of x. relly and Father William G.
around him who is last in time orld. Charity has not always kept
office consigned to I Neidert C.PP.S.
and merit, but identified with Here, with bold step the supreme pace with the growth of science
Peter by Christ the Lord. Thus Other Priests who were
the first apostle in authorityand Church militant has arrived, I the former university
does he thank for the were Father LawrenceS.
you guests
mission, the successor of after almost 20 centuries of : educator said.lie .
proof of obedience and trust Cunningham, Father Chris-

which your presence here I expressed the opinion topher J. Kelly, Father Francis
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Helps brings to him. Thus he shows HOLY NAME OF NORTH FLORIDA AT JACKSONVILLEFather J. Walsh SJ., chaplain at
must respond to the
you in act that he wishes to Patrick Cullen offered the Missa Recitata at 8:30: a.m. in St. Paul Church, Orlando Air Force Base; and

I Nigeria Achieve New Status pray with you, to speak with Jacksonville, and gave the sermon (above) at the fall rally of St. Augustine Deanery's needs Monsignor of the community.She e h y, who Father Robert Brucado, chaplain

you, to deliberate with you, to Holy Name Societies. at McCoy Air Force Base.
served dur-
twenty
:years ago
at the
LAGOS (NC-The optimism with which Church lead- work with you. ing porld.ar II at Jackson Lay representation
The Lord i is Our witness United Appeal campaign event
ers greeted this west African nation's independence in 1960 JacksonvilleMen c'-' ', ville Naval Air Station, has

has been borne out by a 15 per cent rise in its Catholic when, at this first moment of C .. .. been dean of religious education included Orlando Charities
the second session of the great ..hu'rch \'lr..d Board members John Rage
population within the past at Catholic University of
The years leading first to the synod We declare to you that Pledge William Joyce, Thomas Hem-
America, Washington, D.C. He
three
.
years. country's freedom and now to in Our mind there te i no intention mes; and the executive secre
was born in Illinois and raisedin
Federation Optimism of continues Nigeria became as the its new status have been a of human predominance, Leadership Pilgrims Pray Alphabet for EskimoOTTA'V. Iowa where he was sports tary of the I local bureau,

a period of steadily 'increasing no jealousy of exclusive power, Thomas Aglio.Group .
republic, the sixth in the ARS (NO) -Pierre Cardinal .\ (NO)-A new al editor of the Dubuque Telegraph -
self-rule. It was also a time of but only the desire and the (('ontinued from 1'agrOur)
British Commonwealth, on Oc- Gerlier Archbishop of Lyons, phabet based on Roman char- Herald before enteringthe
rapid Catholic growth. In the will to carry out the divine Name membership in his sermon Hears How
tober 1. The new republic will has said he was praying for acters to transcribe the main Priesthood. In his past experience -
10 years before independencethe mandate which makes Us, of at Mass.
,have a Catholic population of "complete reconciliation"among Eskimo dialects has been ap- as an educator, he
Catholic population more you and( among you, brothers, In his address at the, Com Work
1,825,400, compared with 1,590- Frenchmen in a message proved by the Oblate Commission taught at Loras College. After Dedicated
than doubled and mission efforts the supreme shepherd and munion breakfast in the crowded
781 in I960. Together with to a pilgrimage of 3000 on Indian and Eskimo Af- earning his Ph.D. degree at
were greatly expanded, which require: of you that you hall, Father Heslin called

catechumens taking instruc- especially in education. be His joy and glory, -the com- attention to the fact that they persons here. fairs. Helps Missions
tion in the Faith prior to baptkni. The pilgrims, most of them The new alphabet will be
Considerable credit f U rNigeria's munion of saints offering your were holding their rally on the
Catholics comprise G.8 repatriates from North Africa, used in all Oblate missionary WASHINGTON (XC) -The
fidelity, your loyalty, your col day the Second Vatican Council
,per cent of the total population readiness for independence came here last month from publications for Eskimos. Sev- accent was on "mission" not"missions"
laboration. This same mandate resumed in Rome. He asked .,
of close to 3G million which must go to thecountry's Lyons to pray before the tomb eral systems based on syllabic >. when one thousand
confers on you that which the men to unite spirituallywith
makes Nigeria i Africa's most Catholic .schools. of St. John Vianney, 19th-cen symbols or Roman characters ::>i Religious and lay missionaries
him to the Council Fathers that
pleases mot:: give-
populous) country. tury Cure of Ars, for recon have been in use for a numberof met here for three days.
Church authorities, who ear- his veneration his esteem, his countless souls I might be
The most obvious changeoTTNscria's ciliation and for amnesty for years to transcribe the Es- -c-- Even the theme, "Chris;
lier welcomed the of
coming
.
trust, his charity.It brought to Christ.
becoming a rcpub- self saw the persons convicted of political kimo language, but the systemsare tianity- Personal Mix-Ion n nstressed
-government, had been Our intention, On the feast of Christ the rather
,
limited in and the singular
;hc is that the country's chief crimes. scope vary
achievement of complete free- hallowed custom King he said the whole Diocese -
prescribesfor ,
of stat will i l be a president as considerably because of the di- than plural approach.The .
dom with hope. Archbishop Leo Us, to send to all of you will join them in ..Jacksonville. : Audiences Moved versity of dialects. The new al- meeting of mission-
rather than England's reigning
Taylor S.M.A., of Lagos, the Our first encyclical letter. The men of the St. CITY The
monarch. He will not lie a VATICAN (NO phabet will mean a consider- sending societies was spon-
nation's said then
strong executive like a United new capital Rut why, AVe ak inn-self, Augustine Deanery, he :said; September 20 general audiencewas able simplification, it was ex sored by the "Mission Secre;
could look
that the Church .
Stated president, but will have forward to continued swift entrust \\riting that which, Should lead the way in participation the last to be held in St. plained. tariat," which has a membership

the powers now vested in the by a singular and happy opIUI'tunitthat ) at the Congress. Peter's Basilica until the second of over 200 congregationsthat
growth in a fully independent
governor general. He will hold Nigeria. The Holy See has ) is, Ity means Two hundred men from session of the ecumenical council Named Provincial maintain personnel over

office for five years and will created four new dioceses in of this ecumenical 1 council Jacksonville parishes:::, and completes: its meetings. The DEQUINCV; (NO-Father seas.

be eligible for re-election. AVe air able to declare byword from the Cathedral of St. Augustine session is scheduled to end William P. O'Brien M.S., who Several speakers pointed out
the
Nigeria indicating that 1
So violence marred Nige has been realized. of mouth and parishes in Lake December 4. has been Catholic chaplain at that the concept of mission em-

ria's achievement of independence hope Certainly We cannot now say City, Tallahassee and Palatka The office of the papal the Louisiana Correctional In- braces every Christian, not

and none has Nigeria, a country'more than by word of mouth all that we attended the rally last Sunday. maestro di camera, which regulates stitution here since 1959 has s, ,,_C _- only those in religious life, and

marked the coming of the re- twice the size of California is have in our heart and all that 1Jer'hertTisham, deanery papal audiences, made been named superior of the PgL that a person has an obligation I

public. located on Africa's west coast. more easily could be poured president, welcomed the men. the announcement and said LaSalette Fathers' Midwestern to bear witness to Christ regardless -

forth in writing. A federal marshal John f:. that the Wednesday general province with headquarters in ... of locale.Underlying .

ACADEMYJENSEN But for this: time let this McGuire, was presented:: as ,a audiences will be held insteadin St. Louis. this main theme
SAINT JOSEPH
present address: be a preludenot speaker} at the rally. :Mr. McGuire the Vatican's Hall of Benedictions Father O'Brien has servedas was the realization that the

BEACHKrtldrnt only to the council, but of Jacksonville! told the at 12:30 p.m. vice president for the past work of the Church Universal
clrla-crad. ono through tx. Kxtenolv
and shoot for
day
ground in a lilllr and picturesque region. Large swimming pool. also to Our pontificate. Let the story of P.T. 109! and how he Coadjutor NamedCASTELGANDOLFO two years of the American :/: )a cannot be carried out success-
:
Tennis rourt. Oilier .,.orb facilities.de. art. dancing and dramatic living wont take the place of had been comforted by prayer Catholic correctional chaplains' _. .m ::t __" ___ fully without the layman's
Conducted by the Sitter of Saint I08t'pll.'or .further information the letter which if when he and the others of the (NC)- association.
apply to: Hider Directress. Saint Io..pb.ad.....,, Jensen Beach. encyclical 31sgr. Sheehy help.
it please: God, We hope to address crew felt so abandoned. The Pope Paul VI recently named ,

to you once these toil Navy log on the events surrounding Bishop Paul Gouyon of Ba-

some days are )past.I the fame of P.T. 100 yonne, France, as titular Arch

SCHOOLSSAINT (TIII. FLORIDA CATHOLIC was depicted by movies at the bishop of Pessiononte and co- ,

will conclude the text of Pope rally. Mr. Maguire is an active adjutor with the right of succession .

Paul's address in next week's Holy Name member in his own to the Archbishop of

SAINT ACADEMY issue.) parish in Jacksonville. Rennes, Clement Cardinal i

.h.. .._ _.. Roques. RIDE A TRAINTAKEABUS4
SAINT AUGUSTINE FLORIDA ::' < .! ,
Resident and Day School for Girls Grades 7-12 ff'Jo/ :" ':'" iT ..... ....,1/ '! Mexican See Raised
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Academic and commercial course Fully accredited ,' .
VATICAN CITY (NO
$: .. -Pope
Jluic Art Dramatics Tennis training y .4 ,. At.; f ::: ./
:
., Paul VI has raised the Hermo- ; .
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For further particulars address: Sister Directress .4
Nt ", s
r t sillo diocese in Mexico to the

:" ": : .M.: : rank of an archdiocese and

( named Bishop Juan Navarretey
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident Guerrero of Hermosillo an

and school for girls. Grades to twelve. Fully .< ,x, i1 Archbishop.
day one < :) .{,; .. > '<.''< '<'t.. J
accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general St ?r' : .,. Hermosillo will have two
< ,
.... :
courses music art and sports. Conducted lay Sisters of the Holy .5s :'.k suffragan Sees-the Cuidad

Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa Florida. Obregon diocese and the diocese ,
.5, S t and the diocese of Tiajuana, -- FLY A PLANE
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o. which has been raised from its

v ]; former status of an apostolic
MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS vicariate.


SCHOOLResident ,,x'A Still Teaching at 94

+ GREENVILLE, California DRIVE YOUR CAR

school for boys grades 5 through 9. Located on (NC)-Mary Schieser, a retired

beautiful East Lake, Tampa. Ample facilities. Enriched academic public school teacher here, has

curriculum. Extensive music and sports programs. started another year of teach-

Write for descriptive catalog. ing catechism to Plumas County -

.t boys and girls. This is :Miss
REV. FATHER DIRECTORP.
Schieser's 75th year of teaching

Box H, Tampa 5, Florida catechism. Last June she ob-

t az served her 94th birthday. PLAN A PILGRIMAGE

Bishop of Rome ;

VATICAN CITY (NO-Pope

:: I Paul VI, in his capacity as
MEN !
.. \,}''\:' Bishop of Rome, will take possession MAKE IT A FAMILY

of his cathedral of St.
I
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."' John Lateran on November 9.

IS THIS WHAT YOU DEANERY MARSHAL LEADS HOLY NAME MEN To Study Vocations


HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR? Part of every Holy Name rally is the procession of 'ROME (NC) Thp Latin : DAY
: OF PRAYER
the men behind the Society's banners. Above, Naif. American Bishops Council .

Mussleh of Jacksonville, deanery marshal, leads the St.. (CELAM) will hold periodic ....... ., .

A Quiet, Peaceful Prayerful Augustine HNS Deanery procession into St. Paul Church meetings here on vocations in J. ,

,. .
Weekend At last Sunday at Jacksonville. Latin America during the ecumenical

council's second ses- \.
,,- ATTEND
sion. A report on the subjecthas =:
ROSARIAN ACADEMY 'e-
OUR LADY OF FLORIDA _JS .
been prepared by Latin f\ ; : .
beautiful .
Resident and lay school for girls on shores of ; ; <

RETREAT HOUSE Lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited. Xew American national directors of ,
'
buildings. All sports muoohart., dramatics. Directed by vocations. THEEucharistic

Sister of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar i Workshops Visited

Conducted by THE PASSIONIST FATHERS ROSARIAX ACADKMY, WEST PALM BEACH
VATICAN CITY (NC)-Pope

On The Beautiful Shores Of Lake Worth Paul VI has paid a visit to the

Vatican workshops where the

HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN furnishings for sacred ceremonies CongressOCTOBER
Private rooms good food for both body and soul. Spiritually are repaired and keptin
ANTONIO
refreshing-physically relaxing. order.
Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters
"
At the "Apostolic Floreria,
Individual. reservations accepted for any week-end. Special arrangements Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through, as the workshops are known,
twelve Academic and commercial courses and private
all the
blessed upholsterers
for groups. he
classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with carpenters and cabinetmakersas 27JACKSONVILLE

private lake in a healthful location provides opportunityfor well as the Sisters who
_- -:;; Write: Rev. Retreat Director C.P. .

t 1300 U.S. No.1.I Tel: 8<<-7750" all sports. keep draperies and curtains in :

FULLY ACCREDITEDFor .... good repair. The workshops recently I ,
North Palm Beach Fla.
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further information address
.. '-"* moved into new and
..",:.III" SISTER REGISTRAR:
larger quarters.




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