The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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Five Decisions .. L Louncil i Delves

I I On MassMade Mv OTit a Into 'De EcclesiaVATICAN

By Vatican II
.A VATICAN CITY (NC-The second week of the second session of the ecumenical

council began with speakers who discussed a permanent diaconate and the concept of

By Monsignor James I. Tucek : the collegiality of the Bishops.
VATICAN a f 0 .t4c: The collegiality of the Bishops means that they as a whole, in union with the Pope,
CITY (NC) -The first five of 19 amendments : which
addition the a
to the second chapter of the liturgy schema have can act with supreme authority. It means that in to jurisdiction
member of the collec-
been passed by Fathers at the Second Vatican Council. Bishop exercises in his own diocese, he has a responsibility as a

It is that : tivity of Bishops in the life of the total Church.
anticipated voting on the entire second chapter
"On the
will be Council Fathers' discussion was on the schema -or draft constitution -
completed by today.
The participation and liturgical edUcation Nature of the Church." Debate was concluded on the schema's first chapter, "On the
five amendments to the VOL. XXIV, No. 50 Orlando, :Florida, Friday, October. 11, 1963 Ten Cents
liturgy schema passed were which are generallyand _ _ :Mystery of the Church" and begun on the second chapter, "On the Hierarchical Consti-
-- --- -- --
always applicable to the tution of the Church
briefly summarized as follows: par- He said it has foundationsin

1. A new introductory paragraph liturgy without going into ticularly on the Episcopacy." tradition, in theology, in

was given to the second specifics on liturgical reformor The first to speak at this the present practice of the
chapter of the schema explain. week's general meetings was Eastern Rites and in Canon

ing the Mass as the Eucharistic Chapters two to seven of the T' Giuseppe Cardinal Siri, Arch 218 of the Code of Canon Law,

Sacrifice entrusted to the schema on the liturgy deal bishop of Genoa Italy. He was which treats of the supreme"
Church by Christ as the memorial with specifics. The second -1 also one of the most significant jurisdiction of the eplx-opatc
of His Death and Resurrection chapter, "On the Holy Mysteryof 4 : i speakers because of his positionin in ecumenical council.
; an
; ,
the Eucharist is
as the sign of unity followedby favor of the doctrine of the The fourth speaker, Julius
and as the Paschal Banquet chapters on the other sacraments ,, collegiality of Bishops. Cardinal Doepfner, Archbishopof
and the ,Ii
2. An addition to the text sacramentals, S According to Cardinal Siri Munich and Freising, Germany -

was proposed to the effect the Divine Office, the liturgicalyear 4's __ iji -J S S this concept of collegiality, turned to the questionof

that the revision of the rite sacred music and a final which he maintained is clear the diaconate. He

of the Mass should keep in chapter on sacred. art and sacred : wE from the practice of past councils took just permanent the opposite position

mind especially those of the furnishings.A 'I and in their interpretationof from that expressed by Francis
A \ taken the
was on
Sunday and feast! day Masses! rr various Scriptural texts Cardinal Spellman, Archbishopof
first five amendments but thecouncil 1::
in which the greater num. ; would be an effective contribution New York and Antonio Cardinal

her of the faithful participate. press office communique to solidarity, mutual UnIon Bacci of the Vatican ad

3. More directives for the gave the tally of votes only 4 charity and reciprocal assistance ministrative staff at the previous -
for the first four
change of the Mass text and ballots presumably among Bishops.He .
rite were proposed which because the tally of 4i' put down any fears that can not speak of the

would give greater simplicityto the fifth ballot was not completed a the doctrine of the collegialityof episcopate and the Priesthood,"
in time for .
the Mass and omit certain publication.There the Bishops would lessen in he said, "without also speakingof
duplications and additions were 2298 council Fathers any way the primacy of the the diaconate."

which have been added to the present. On all four reported 4t Pope. Instead he said, collegial Albert Cardinal Meyer, Arch

Mass in the course of historybut ballots, no less than ,, ity emphasizes the primacy, bishop of Chicago, brought backto

which are now considered 2249 voted affirmatively on any since there can be no genuine the floor the consideration
The .
' amendment.
single highest
less useful. tally of "unfavorable" votes 3. 5. ..:;:::1: :r S collegiality among Bishops except of the collegiality of the Bish
McManus the
Father Frederick in union with Roman

of the Catholic University of came on the third amendmentwith .: :' Pontiff. He praised the schemafor ops.The idea of collegiality Is a

America, at a press conference 31 negative votes. S "\ y\ s4S its clear expression of these juridical one, he said and the

following the council meeting ('., .5 S v:.. ; j3 notions. New Testament is not a codeof
gave the Last Gospel of the S .' S'k Paul Cardinal Leger, Arch
1J4 4 law, and thus "does not pro.vide
Mass as an example of an "ad. Mission SundayFather '. ;\.':" \' bishop of Montreal, followed juridical explanations."
dition." He said a sung Mass S / Cardinal Sir!. He stressed the S
Irvine Nugent S : J But it is a fact, he added, that
example of the S attitude toward the
would be an t favorable
chancellor, has announcedthat S the unity of the new peopleof
"duplications" where parts of the annual collectionfor : schema which, he said is "of God was reflected in the

the Mass are duplicated be- exceptional importance." He individuals
h' S Apostles not as ,
and the Society'for the 4 5S S the
celebrant that
tween the 4 ; : added the suggestion but "
as.a group.
the hoir. Propagation of the Faith "u.,; 3 idea of the "ministry" of the Cardinal Meyer, a recognized .

4 and 5. These present the will be taken on October ........'H'-S.- "'.............. 'M ........_..o.. .. .:o- *. Y'...... Bishops should be emphasized. Scripture scholar,
,. .. ..
20. Notice -- :: ;;;:;; i;:<<'*
homily or sermon as an integral of this annual Franziskus Cardinal Koenig,
noted that all of Christ's- man-
part of the Mass. appeal will be publishedfrom COUNCIL FATHERS MEET IN ST. PETER'S BASILICAThis Archbishop of Vienna, speak
is view of the second session of Vatican Churches dressed in black. In the of COUNCIL, Page 5
The one adds to the schemaan the pulpits of dioc-. a general splendor ing next, pointed out that the

explanation of the homilyas .esan churches on Sunday, Council II. The non-Catholic observers are seated at the the reopening ceremony, Pope Paul recalled the figure notion of the college of Bishops Pontiff Blesses

the exposition of the mysteries he said. right and left lower benches. Most of the council Fathers and voice of the late Pope John XXIII, who conceivedthe governing the Church in union

of the Faith and the who took part in the entering procession were council and launched it at a brilliant ceremony last with the Roman Pontiff is not 25,000 in Square

norms of Christian life, taken dressed in white. But many Fathers from the Eastern.October 11. new.

from the readings during the In Czechoslovakia i'i'rioiv a",,"." ...' .f'lTVVP... '......,\'_-4..y Pnno

Mass in the course of theChurch .. Varied Topics CoveredBy Paul VI gave ics blessing to

year. ConfirmationS more than 25,000 persons in St

The other amendment requires Archbi.sho Four Oth Peter's square last Sunday and
the preaching of a p Beran' ';. ScheduleOct. INa ttirel' OF' Church' asked them to pray for the

homily at 3Ias,i"s on Sundayand "important discussions" of the
holy days of obligation Kel leased Red .22-fSt. Joseph, Lakeland
when the people are present. Bishops by RegimeArchbishop Oct.fcplphany: Tampa VATICAN CITY (NC-One United States Cardinal ecumenical council.

The and first chap- Oct.2t-St. Ignatius, Port spoke out against a proposal to bring back the permanent Recalling that October f 0*

ter of the preface schema on the liturgy VATICAN CITY (NC-- Josef Beran of Prague was released after 14 TampaOct. diaconate and another urged that the Church increase its the month of the Rosary, theTope

had already been passed at the years of arrest under the cor nmunists, along with.four other Bishops of Czechoslovakia, .29-'it. lgiiaUu, Tai pon emphasis on preaching during the first week of debate at f" ..t...noted........1..1.. that.. .... the fl... .nonth....,.........,
the Vatican office I" Ult JJI. "' IIJ un; on. .n.
first session of the ecumenical press an- called him "Monsignor Josef jures the rights of the Churchand SpringsOct. the ecumenical council's sec- about the fact that through session: of the council and It y
nounced last week. .30-Holy Family,
council last year. These dealt Beran Archbishop of Prague." of its Bishops." ond session. Baptism all Christians are included the reopening of schools and

I chiefly with a statement of Almost simultaneously with Communist police in Detained at first in his official St. PetersburgOct. Francis Cardinal Spellman, in the Church. of parish youth centers.
I principles, such as liturgical the Vatican announcement on Prague arrested ArchbishopBeran residence in Prague, he St. Petersburg' Archbishop of New York, The place of Our Lady in "We wish success for all

on June 19, 1949, one opened discussion of the second the Church should be treatedin "
Beatification October 3 came a similar announcement was later moved from place to Xov.4-Ulev srd Trinity, these fruitful activities, hesaid
day after he had publicly chapter. He objected to a the schema the Church
Philadelphia's from the communist place in an effort to keep his St. Petersburg on "and invoke for them
ROM K Beatification of
lowed he would "never conclude whereabouts unknown. provision to abolish the present and not separately.
the Motherof
Bishop Neumann government of Czech Nor. 5)-lloly Name, the protection of
an agreement that in. Church law that the diaco Giacomo Cardinal Lercaro, "
S Neither the Vatican com God.
Sunday by Pope Paul will be oslovakia. The chief difference -- _. GulfpoitConfirmation nate may be conferred only on Archbishop of Bologna Italy,
nor the Czechoslovakia .
munique -
in these parishes Earlier, he had received
followed by a three-day devotional between the two communiqueswas aspirants to the Priesthood. and one of the four moderatorswho
celebration in his honorIn one gave any indication of will be administered by members of the Italian Christian
that the Red 5'S In the Church the di direct council sessions,
downtown Rome, at the regime referred why the five Bishops had been the Right Re\erend Mon- early labor association and
to "the exArchbishopJosef S released. But observers here aconate-which allows a man said that separated Christiansare
Church of St. Alphonsus Li. !\inorrilliam; J. Mullally praised the Catholic-oriented
to preach and distribute Holy incorporated into the
gouri on October 14 to 16. Beran," while the Vatican took the fact that the com P.A., V.F.West. labor group for promoting a
could be held
simultaneous Communion Church by Baptism, even
muniques were virtually "promising network of pro-
to mean that some permanently by those who did though some heresy or other
fessional training centers In
Fathers Deliberate i not become Priests. In recent obstacle interfere with
Many : agreement had been reached may keeping with urgent present,
|i between the Holy See and the Coast years Bishops in diocese witha their sharing In the spiritualand day problems."

Amendments to SchemaBy government of Czechoslovakia. shortage of Priests have social benefits deriving

I \ Despite an initial report that Women Plan urged the return of the per from the Church.

Father Placid Jordan O.S.B. the prelates were already in manent diaconate. Bishop Joseph Marling Bishop Leo Smith

VATICAN CITY (NC-As the deliberations of the ecumenical Rome when their release was Fall Meeting Cardinal Spellman argued C.PP.S., of Jefferson City, Mo.,

council's second session entered their second S ARCHBiSHOP, Page 5 that such a return is a disciplinary complained that the schema Succumbs, Rome

week, two conclusions could be drawn from the debates *% DUXEDIX-Father Wm. \V. matter that has no place ina fails to reflect the proper ecumenical ROAIK (XO-Bis hop Leo R

to that ,draft constitution on a dog spirit. He said no Smith, 58, of Ogdensburg died
point. of Dunedin's
up DuBois, pastor
with the freedom of the council matic matter. He also noted mention is made of separated
First great caution is being Choirs To Our Lady of Loudres parish on October 9 at his temporary
and is willing to let all several practical difficulties. Christians even as imperfect
exercised by the council Fathers will be the guest speaker at residence here.
council Fathers have their say Antonio Cardinal Bacci of members of the Mystical Bodyof
to avoid forcing any of decisionsnot RehearseTwo the fall meeting of the West He had been Indisposed for
without for
the Vatican administrativestaff : Christ.It but continued to
the issues under consideration. Coast Deanery here on October several days
acceptable to a clear ma announced at the end
Cardinal was
Second considerably more 17. His topic will be the themeof joined Spell. attend the Ecumenical Council
time will be required than jority. WeeksST. the meeting, "That All may man in opposing! the permanent of the assembly that the second until the day before his death.
The prospects of eventually diaconate.In chapter of the schema on the
attack sudden.
originally anticipated to reach be One." His heart was
final decisions. achieving practical unanimityon : J.j AUGUSTINE FatherI The moderator of the discussions on the first liturgy would be submitted fora The New York State Bishop received -

i During the second week of key issues consequently appear -__,.S --- I Michael V. Cannon, chairmanof West Coast! Deanery, Father chapter Joseph Cardinal Rit- vote of over 2200 Council the last rites from Father -

debate, amendments proposed quite encouraging. Archbishop Beran the music committee, will Arthur L. Dunnigan of Lake ter, Archbishop of St. Louis, Fathers during the week of Stephen Nevin, his secre

b-- to the schema-draft constitution -- accompany Ralph Jusko of Wales, Mill celebrate a dialogue said the schema does not give October 6. This was to be done tary.He

-on the liturgy were to Cincinnati, choir director, on a Mass at 9 a.m. in the enough emphasis to the need without interrupting the discussion had been Bishop of
The schema tour of the areas now rehears for restoring preaching to its Ogdensburg since February.
be voted on. liturgy church at 1689 San Helen on the schema on the

L ____ was discussed during the coun ing music for the forthcoming Drive.A proper place in the Church. He Church. Taking such a vote Bishop Smith, a native of Buf
cil's first session last ;year, and diocesan Eucharistic Congress. said that such an emphasis Is falo served as Buffalo's auxiliary -
notified coffee hour will follow in without interrupting the discussion -
School choirs have been for
parts were voted on. an indispensable condition Bishop for 10 years priorto

1-J_ Following completion of rr : of area rehearsals duringthe the parish be taken hall.at the Registrationswill church or the success of all other re is possible because of becoming Bishop of Ogden

_ the \otinjr, the Mhenia will be next two weeks. at the Kapok Tree Inn on forms. the procedural rules. burg.I .
This Eucharistic Confess Cardinal Ritter, the second
referred for final approval to
highway 593. Turns off route
Paul VI.Meanwhile will be televised, Father Mortimer prelate from the UJ3. to speakin
------- Pope
60 or highway 580 will bring
Danaher, executive seCretary the second session of the
discussion of the visiting delegates to the meet-
L of the Congress, has council, alluded to the schema'sreference
schema: "On the Nature of the
announced.A ing.The to the Church as a &
-- Church" now before the council -
business session to be "
"sacrament of union. He said '
whirlwind tour for the
will continue. But it is already -
conducted by Mrs. Frederick that the. text should indicate
that choir director begins Monday,
evident many
Schmidt, president of the West how the Church is a sign and -
amendments will be proposed.In October 14, in Jacksonville.
in Coast Deanery, will begin at an instrument of this union.
Rehearsals will take
this schema
the end, may
10:45 a.m. at the Kapok Tree Criticism of the documenton
have to be rewritten in its en parish churches designated by
., the nature of the Church \
Father Danaher and the participating
tirety. This rewriting a theological Inn.Mrs.
'I expert concerned with ', .. .j schools have been Joseph Schoebert, presIdent continued unhurriedly on succeeding -

j the matter said, might take as S '. i\..:: told the time and the place of of St. Augustine Diocesan days. -a-
Council, will be a guest. Mrs. Bishop Ernest J. Primeau of
their school rehearsals
much as a whole year. Proponents ., :.. .., ,
W. E. Humphrey is presidentof Manchester, New Hampshire,
of measures tending to- 4 Mr. Jusko will go down the
: the Rosary Society in Dun. the first U.s. prelate to speak '
l Into and
ward the inner renewal of the -'Iw_ ,< :. _. .t S east coast, Central edin. during the second session, \
-- -
Church, which Pope Paul has West Florida and wind up the
noted the schema does not include
the Reservations for luncheon
rehearsals his to
as! the on
so eloquently Father Thomas R. Gross (right), pastor of St. Pat. Church- S
a passage on
council's principal aim, will Jacksonville area. The last can be made by contacting immediately -
I nevertheless not want to apply rick parish in Gainesville, joins Father Vincent E. Smithof choir rehearsal will be held in Mrs. James Reilley, state relations. ;

u&lue pressure.According Orlando in planning publicity for the diocesan Eucharistic Assumption church, Jacksonville 1256 Taylor Avenue, Dunedin. During' debate on the first

to competent in. Congress in Jacksonville on October 27. The executive on the Friday morning Price of tickets is $2.50 All reservations chapter the majority of

foVmantsf the Pope will not interfere editor of "The Florida Catholic" and Father Grossare before the Congress on the following are asked before Oc. critics made two points: 0 s

_____ in any way whatever in charge of Congress publicity and invitations. Sunday. tober 14. The text should be clearer

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Page Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, Oct. 11, 1963 Rockledge -
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ST. PETERSBURG Florida ,c- ft'i,__ f S.". Mary's Catholic Women's

ReportsSt. Club held its first meeting of
Rowers for Every Occasion
the fall season on September25th

'i in the parish hall. The Tinman's FlowersBonded

Leo OrlandoABBEY : Mrs. Russell Soder-
DELIA . ST. ANDREW : : __ # $ strom, welcomed the membersand Telegraph Delivery

and introduced Father
The St. Andrew Guild spon- guests -
Brother Dominic Martinez L ______1_.._ ...__ __ Patrick J. O'Carroll 3931 Central Ave. 862-3661
id/eU43YY O.S.B., son of Mr. and Mrs. sored a get; acquainted lea on recently -

I Belarmino Martinez, 1507 September 29. The event which appointed Admin.

I South Church Street, Tampa, honored the new Sisters, was I- istrator of St. Mary's Parish.

I St. Petersburg left for Argen- attended by more that 150 per _.S._ S> &. '5'.I_ Father O'Carroll addressed the his Jackson's ShoesLadies'
sons. Many new members women expressed
tina October
pleasure at being assigned to & Men's
3 to join four joined membership of the --
other FloridaBenedictines Guild. i" Rockledge. He assured the Clinic Miller

The Guild offered its members he would give them
Santiago del at Communion Mass for the : .5. _________________, : _ all his cooperation and, in return Vitality Weyenberg

Estero. The members, both living and deceased hoped they would do the Cushioned Bellaires

Saint Leo Benedictines on October 6 in St. An- I same for him. 641 Central Ave. 862-1355

are drew Church. Due to the recent change in

18 LaktUw As.. 'o. attempting toestablish parish boundary lines, Mrs.
\\K \% 1Rt: FLOVKKStt7 KOFCMonsignor k".5 _
a ,' : Soderstrom is no longer a
$ 2l3<; k
ST. rTERSBtRG foundation a t Bishop Fourth Degree S member of St. Mary's Parish 4 BEDROOM BATH

Sumampa, Santiago del Estero, General Assembly has invited : and, because of this, tendered 2 CAR GARAGE
all of the Knights of the
Argentina, where the nearset councils in their district LEADERS IN ST. PATRICK'S, TAMPA her resignation as president of Walking distance to Bishop Barry
town is 200 miles distant and to join when these St. Mary's CWC. Since the High Notre Dam, St. JUd '..
officers installed
with them in Mass and Communion Recently, were by the pastor to lead St. Patrick's

the closest main road is 25 on Columbus Day, October -- Altar and Rosary Society in Tampa, the organization heard a talk by Father Timothy Vice-President, Mrs. 0. Van- $17,990.00 I
miles Orman was unable to accept Corns out today! \\"e have 4
SERWCEi away. Holland above. Pictured also from left Mrs. James Ware :Mrs. Joseph
trying to 12.Mass are, foreground, the presidency, nominationsfrom models to see. From $TOO down.
They are renew will be offered at St Becker, the president; Mrs. James Riley, Mrs. George Pryor and Mrs. David I the floor Drive North on Tyrone Blvd. to
and renovate the sanctuary of were 17th Ave. turn left to 65th StX.
Our Lady of Consolation, James Church at 8 a.m., Father Flanders. T. C. O'Shea nominatedMrs. .. left again drive one block.
FHE}: riCKtl" z m.LlVERY34th
: .. of Terrence J. Farrelly officiating. John Minot for President, SUNBRITE HOMES
St. 15th \n. $ Sumampa, a place venera- RESURRECTIONThe
Monsignor Charles A. Bartok JacksonvilleBLESSED St. PetersburgK
1ho. "I4tU tion and pilgrimage since which was seconded and approved Models at
Woman's Club of Resur-
SLIt GKKKX9th ST.\l1rS
: will colum-
give a
sermon on
acclamation.The 6501 13th Ave. North
colonial of 1630. TRINITYThe C by
St. & 11th \n. So. Spanish days rection Parish officially openedthe
bianism. The Mass will be offered
l'b. '-USl Brother Dominic is a grad. for all the Knights in Women's Guild of new club year with a meet- In petition for the success of program for the eveningwas 347-2282

uate of Jesuit High School, the area. Blessed Trinity Church will ing of the executive board at the second session of the Sec. a Panel Discussion on the

I Tampa. He attended one semester sponsor the fifth annual card the home of Mrs. William A. ond Vatican Council membersof Functions and Activities of the
In the early"evening, a ban.
ENJOY AUTOMATIC at the University of will be party on September 16. The Good Jr., secretary. Mrs. Michael St. Petersburg Knights of Catholic Women's Club with
quet by
"Keep-Riled" South Florida before comingto Council 5150. Immediately fol- event will be held at Bishop Henry, president, pre- Columbus Councils 5131 and Mrs. T. Antony, Deanery Vice-

Saint Leo Abbey. He en- Kenny auditorium at 8 p.m. sided. After the circle reports 2105 participated in a holy president, acting as moderator.
the the
DELIVERYPhone follwing banquet, annual
tered the novitiate on September Charity Ball will be held Mrs. John G. Regan, general were given by each circle hour of adoration on Sunday,

: 10, 1962 and made his first chairman, has announced. chairman plans were discussedfor September 29.Meditations.
Anna Maria
by Council 2112 in their new
St. Pete 898-1111 vows in September of 1963. He Proceeds from the card party the membership tea and of on "Peace of
haIl. Proceeds from the ball
Clearwater-446.8314 plans to return home in three will be given to Mercy Med. will go toward the building Mrs. Raymond B. Smith showed Soul" by Father Frank Good IslandST.

years to make his final vows ical Center. fund of Blessed Trinity! Church samples of the Christmas cards man, "Peace in the Family" by

in the Abbey church. and School. Tickets may be obtained and gifts to be sold by the Father James Barrett, and BERNARD

United States Senator George at the door or from any woman's Club. "Peace on Earth" by Father Stella Marls Circle will spon-

k OLDEST and LARGESTIN TampaST. Smathers will receive from member of the Guild. There Five tables of duplicate Patrick Byrne stressed the sor a card party on October 23

PINElLAS PATRICK Grand Knight John Hage, Our will be many prizes awardedat bridge players attended the underlying aim of the Holy at Longboat Key fire house.

The Altar and Rosary Society Lady of the Lakes Council the party, and the public is Parish monthly card party on Father for the work of the Mrs. Philip Hauenstein

of St. Patrick parish, 5150, Knights of Columbus, the cordially invited to attend. September 27.Approximately. council. pre- --
sided at the meeting at which ===- -=-==
Tampa, will sponsor a circus coveted "Man of the Year HOLY ROSARY fifty guests Carl Huberts of Council 5131 EiEFF

OCTOBERSTAMP time dance November 23. The Award" during the order's Forty Hours Devotions will attended the membership tea, made the arrangements with plans were made by the St.

dance will be held at the Jai annual Columbus Day banqueton be held October 13 through 15 given by the Woman's Club on Father Goodman, Holy Name Bernard Guild's circle. Mrs. "

Alai fronton in Tampa. Saturday, October 12 at at the Church of the Holy September 29, at the home of Church, Gulfport, where the Hauenstein is president of the Blue Ribbon Financing

OFFER IIELP OF CHRISTIANS 8:00: p.m. at the Cherry Plaza Rosary, 2049 Laura Street, Mrs. B. John Gross. holy hour was held. Guild.

Dollar Trading Stamps Mary Help of Christians Hotel in Orlando. Jacksonville. Father Walter J. The first meeting of the ST. JOHN will help you buy or build your
Father Cornelius
Amount Of Tour Choice School director, Father Alvin The award is presented each Beuche, C.SS.R. extends an in. Woman's Club was held on A. Dough new home at lowest cost.

Add Ret'el..e Manni S.D.B., invites all the year on Columbus Day, the vitation to all parishioners to Monday, September 30 at the Daily St.Masses at St. will John'sChurch erty spoke to the group, thank- Put him to work for you.
100 be
$100.00 school's friends, in Tampa or day honoring the namesakeand attend. The Blessed Sacrament school. Mr. Art Ettlinger of ing members for their cooperation -
200.00 200 at 6:30: and 8:15: a.m. First Federal Savings
300.00 300 wherever, to attend the annual patron of the Order. Recipients will be exposed during the Jacksonville Bowling Lanes with him and with their

400.00 400 family picnic.On of the award are 11:30: Mass on Sunday. spoke on the organization of a Sarasota spiritual advisor, Father Philip And Loan AssociationOf

500.00 I 1,000 Sunday, October 20, a bus honored for some outstanding Devotions begin at 7:30 p.m. bowling team. Hauenstein. St. Petersburg

Minimum Maximum will leave city hall in Tampaat service in the interest of each evening; the solemn closing INCARNATIONForty
IOU Stamp 1,000 Stamp. 10:30: a.m. to transport in. Americanism.The will be Tuesday eveningat Hours Devotions will

SAVINGS INVESTED BY OCT. terested to the grounds. 7:30 p.m. The sermons will St. Matthew's Guild beganits be held at St. Michael the
21st KAIIN FROM THE 1st persons banquet Is open to the fall with
season a receptionfor
Dividends Compounded and Pay- Mass will be offered outdoors public and a charge is made be given by Redemptorist Fa new members held at the Archangel Mission, Siesta Key, & Jh MAKE A PILGRIMAGE
able Quarterly.
at an altar on the lake only for the dinner. Tickets thers. October 20-22( Father John
home of Mrs. Tom Lobrano Jf
Open Mon. thru Thurs. ,
t9 to 3 PrL 9 to 8 P.M. side at 11 a.m. Afterwards, may be obtained from Grand SACRED HEART in Ortega Forest on the eve. fc, Lima, of Incarnation parish, A FOR PEACE
ilartln J. Roeaa, President a barbecue chicken dinner will Knight Hage Phone GA 5-1300. The Sacred Heart Parish in. has announced.The .
ning of October 1st. Many "
be served until 3 p.m. The vites all parishioners and newcomers to the parish were devotions will begin Attend The Eucharistic Congress
school band and choir will per. Eau Gallie friends to come to its fall car-' ;
welcomed into the Guild and after the 9 a.m. Mass with the \
form at that time. nival. The carnival will have
Mrs. Donald Robinson, president exposition of the Blessed Sa 3: OCTOBER 27
Ground will be broken f<)Jr a ASCENSIONThe various booths, a roaming S
crament. devotions will
Ascension Catholic Worn. introduced thefolIowlng Regular
chapel at 4 p.m. en's Guild will hold a rummage photographer, a tasty dinner, officers who will serve with be at 7:30 each evening, with
and The entire'
Deadlines sale Friday and Saturday, October many prizes. hen Mrs. Tom Lobrano Jr., 1st sermons given by the Priestsof JACKSONVILLEPARISH
family is assured a day of
18 and 19. The sale will vice-president; Mrs. Phil C. the parish. The closing of

should News reach stories"The from Florida any Catholic"source be held on 9th Street next to wholesome The event fun.is scheduled for Beverly, 2nd vice-president; the Forty Hours will be after

office KO later than Monday news Ken's stationery store in Eau Mrs. John Alesandro, 3rd vice- the 8 a.m. Mass on Tuesday.
Saturday, October 12, from 11
picture should reach the editor
In tho following Gallie. president; Mrs. Eva Hernig, 4th OUR LADY
Friday for publication a.m. until 10 p.m. and will be PHARMACY GUIDECRIPTIONS
Friday Iliae.MUMFORD. Proceeds from the sale are vice-president; Mrs. H. L.
held on the Church grounds at
to be used by the Guild to Threatt, secretary; Mrs. Carl
105th Street and Bhnding On Sunday afternoon, October -
furnish the kitchen In the Fulhvood, treasurer; Mrs. Mau-
2178) Tyrone Blvd. Boulevard. 13, from 2 to 4 p.m., a
church hall.Port rice Houston, corresponding
St. Petersburg Ha. B.frl rattou Air Conditioner ASSUMPTION membership tea will be given '
secretary; and Miss Mary Cam-
Crossroads Shopping Center Good Heat Used Pump Appliances Orange Mrs. Joseph A. Marrow.; president marota, historian.ST. by the Queen of Martyrs Guild.

Phone 345-9331 928.9th. St. South of Assumption Parish All women of the parish are

Phones EPIPHANYThe Guild, wishes to announce thata PATRICK invited to attend and meet the
" "
Please add to account In name Day 898-8487 Kite Epiphany Catholic Wom tea for new members will Members of St. Patrick's present officers and members.

: of: en's Club of Port Orange has be held on Sunday, October 13, parish, 1421 Broward Road, Invite Father Joseph P. Moran, parish

NAMFi . . . . . Edouard C. Craig completed plans for its schedule in the school auditorium from the public to patronize the administrator, will give a brief
of fall events. Mrs. Ben 3 to 5 p.m. Hostesses for the annual church carnival on the

ADDRESS . . ...... Contractor and Distributorfor Talluto will be in charge of the event are Mrs. Leo Fitzpatrickand grounds October 19-20. There talk.The Guild will sponsor a

October 27 bake sale and Mrs. Mrs. John Hardee and will be booths and games. A _- '-

CITY. . . STATE. . Vikon Metal, Ceramic, Clarence Ingraham will be the members of their circles. All fried chicken dinner will be bake sale on Sunday, October I) your Doctor's prescriptions
20 after all the Masses. Christ will be filled promptly at
and Mosaic Tiles chairman for the turkey din women of the parish are cor- served on Sunday, beginningat ,
STAMPS . . . ... mas cards are now on sale each these parish pharmacies.
917-94th St. So 347-4IO! ner to be given on November dially invited and are asked to noon. Donations are a dollar -

17 at the American Legion hall bring new members for the for adults and 75 cents for SUnday at the religious articles -

in Port Orange. Guild. children.Coming counter. St. Jude'sDISSTON


r e It Events e e First Federal Shopping Center

((9'ftealWeile} & pest @"",l"l I, This column lists future benefit., special meeting and events of more 347-4I4I I Free Delivery
than local Interest. Adfaaee notice of regular meeting will b. omitted. 87
PAUL O. PHILLIPS. President Day of Recollection for Clearwater Beach; St. Cecella Bake Sale, October 20, Our Rummage sale, October 29, S&II Green Stamps Double for Prescriptions

SERVING PINELLAS COUNTY OVER.25 TEAKS. 86S-JKS I women, Gulf port's Holy parish Women's Club. Lady Queen of Martyrs par Blessed Trinity Women's
Fairfield AT So. St. l'et.uberc T lepho o
1-621 Name Church, 9 a.m. to 2 DCCW meeting, Southwest ish hall, Sarasota, Queen of Club, St. Petersburg, sponsor. Serving: "Blessed Trinity Parish" ._

p.m., Mass, 11:30 a.m., October Coast Deanery, October 16, Martyrs Guild, sponsor. Halloween dance, Novem. MORGAN DRUGSTIMES

11. Church of Incarnation, Bee Forty Hours Devotion, October ber 2, 9 p.m., Treasure Is SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER

S For Clubs Rummage sale, October 10- Ridge Road, Sarasota. 20.22, St. Michael the land auditorium; Holy Family 22nd. Ave. & 3 lt. St. So. Phones 867-2114, 867-5523
For Holy Name 1!, 109 East New York Are- Bazaar and turkey supper, Archangel Mission, Siesta parish, St. Petersburg.Card ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA

nue, DeLand; circle sponsor. October 16, 5-8 p.mn St. party, Good Shep. S&H GREEN STAMPS FREE CITY-WIDE DELIVERY

Breakfast Circle-sponsored rummagesale Monica Hall, Palatka. Key.DCCW Orlando herd parish social hall, Or-
/; meeting,
9 a.m. to :5 p.m., October Card party, Bishop Kenny lando, November 8, 8 p.m.
I Church Central Deanery, October 22, SERVING SACRED HEART PARISH
&.,.,.,.*. .i 1112, 212 South Beach Street, High School, Jacksonville, DeLand. "Fronterland," November
Gatherings Daytona Beach. October 16, 8 p.m.; Blessed 16, 10 a.m; talent contest, 4 544-6669
sale October 22 S
AVomen's day of recollec- Trinity parish benefit. p.m.; ham dinner, 4:307 p.m.
928 Baum Street, St. Petersburg _
tion, St. Mary Magdalen DCCW meeting, West Coast Western dance, 8 p.m.; Ascension 8 kLIYiew
Call . Bishop Barry Guild.
; -
Church Maitland October 12. parish, Eau Gallic.
Deanery, October 17, Dun. _
Charity ball, Monsignor Halloween carnival, October Fall dance, November 16, DRUGS_

Wisfei' DONUT Bishop Council 2112, Knightsof edin.Fall bazaar, October 17, 22, St. Joseph, St. Fern Creek Armory, Orlando, 774I-49TH STREET N. PINELLAS PARK.

Columbus, 4421 East Colonial 1:30 to 9-.30 p.m. St Matthew Petersburg; Mothers Clcb. St. Andrew Guild, Sponsor.

Drive, Orlando, October parish, Jacksonville. Card party Longboat Key Fall deanery rally West HOLY NAME PARISH
or Just drop in anytime
12, 9 p.m- firehouse, Anna Maria Island, Coast, St Jude Church, St.
Pasadena Ave., 34I-704I 34th St., 898-4343 Rummage sale, October 18
Christ the King Guild benefit 19, Ean Gallle, Ascension par- October 23, 1 p.m. Petersburg, November 17, GULFPORT DRUGS

S dance, 9 p.m. October 12, Ish Guild. Card party, Mt. Vernon 12:30 p.m. Mass.!

'.4 Jai AIM Fronton, Tampa. Lodge, Winter Park, October Turkey dinner, November Qfalqreen! Gfgency

Bazaar, October 11-13, 3 Parish supper, Sanford, AH 23, 8 p.m.; Maitland parish 17, American Legion hall,

to S 9 p.m., Sacred Heart Souls hall, October 19, 6:30 benefit. Port Orange, Epiphany Cath Your Neighborhood Druggists Self-Service

School, Pinellas Park. p.m.Buffet Assumption parish carni- olio Woman's Club, sponsor. Phone 344-00!II I 5009 Lakeview Avenue

Sacred Heart parish carnival dinner, entertain. val Jacksonville, school Fall dance, Jacksonville,

+;':'1I Jacksonville, October 12, ment, St. Paul school cafe.. grounds, October, 1-8 p.m. Southside Woman's Club, No- Gulfport, Florida
torlum, Jacksonville Beach 30 Minute free Delivery Value
103thand Top
MO at
p.m.; grounds Stamps
Transfiguration social hall, vember 23, 9 p.m. San
Blanding. October 19; St. Paul Guild,
St. Petersburg, rummage sale, Parish Guild, sponsor. DOWNTOWN PARISHES
l&ur Fidl-Service Stanley party, St. John sponsor.
October ::;.26- Spaghetti dinner, Camp
Vianney parish hall, Orlando, Carnival, St. Patrick
\ Commerce Holy Name Society Con. San Pedro, November :!.1, THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP
Church Jacksonville October
.:30 p.nh. October 13. ,
I hflpsyaurnCkt'thlT&QttofyatirmoneyWhi ventlon, October 2.V2T, St. 1 p.m., benefit Maitland par INC.ST.PETEISIURG .
Forty Hour Devotion, 19----0;; dinner Sunday noon.
Mi,A wt October 13-15, Church of the Family fall outing, Mary Paul parish, Jar !tOntlUe. ish.
fk r ttMttt ti1 **rttur am Vt ftun tn.t FLORIDA
'bi.ndsMpu IM bank eat' Holy Rosary, 2049 Laura Help of Christians School, Diocesan Encharlatic Con. Clrcna Time Dance, November ,

Jacksonville.Forty October 20 11 sun. :1, Tampa Jat Alai
Street Tampa, gre ', October 27, Jackson
Fronton St. Patrick Altar
Hours Devotion, Mass, picnic at noon. ,
Tille. 534 CENTRAL AVE.
Church Jacksonville Southwest Holy Rosary Society.
Holy Rosary deanery
Bake .sale, October 27, TELEPHONE 862-I Ml MEDICAL SQUARE
October 13-15.: Same Society rally October Card party, December 6,

t. Card party, October: 15, 1:30_ 20, Holy Cross parish, Pal. Epiphany Catholic Woman's St. Teresa parish, Titusvllle, PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR TELEPHONE AND DELIVERED 894-4163 5

p.m., Memorial Civic Center, metto. Club, Port Orange. Woman's Club, sponsor




Considering Five r rW4, Fattier: John A. O'BrienArmy The Florida Catholic, Friday, Oct. 11, 1963 Page; Three

Schemata at This SessionVATICAN Pilot Guides Wife To CLEARWATERSMITH'S ,

CITY (NC) This second session of the Discern Groundless Lies

Second Vatican Council will
revolve around the Church

j itself, the role of Bishops and laity in the Church's rela- -xT I JIM'S AUTO BODY
tions movement to establish Christian unity does not
with THE
other Christian
communions.The Also, seven chapters of the that Catholics should discontinue any attempt to JEWELERS & PAINT SHOP

agenda for the nine- liturgy schema, which were not [ ..- win converts. The ecumenical movement and the convert

! week session voted upon at the first session r'! apostolate should handin Diamonds Watches 1113 Oort St.-Cl' rw ".
ending on December 'S
the example of devout Catholic
will be brought for
up voting. s hand. Complete Wreck Work
as revealed by a The debate on other schematawill parents to deepen their faith, Silverware I
nod A.to Painting
competent Vatican Only a stupendous miracle
source, con- and united family
be interrupted we are a truly -
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constitutions or draft decrees). i t *t any Protestant denominationinto "
Each of these together, Mrs. Goodman con Phone 446-6304
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They are the schemata on the the fold, but every Catholic cluded.
deals with a specific subject: .r FREE F.51 UI.t'EgCLARK'S
Church, the Blessed Virgin can help in
Mavs, the ,
:Mary (which Is to be con- sacraments .winning. at College OpensBOCA
the '
liturgical ,
sidered separately, but may year least. one con
church music, church art BATON (XC) The
eventually be incorporated into I! x vert each year.
and church e sixth Marymount College in
the schema on the Church- .. ..... .. .. SI. "If we have the United
entire schema P "' -- States was opened
was discussed ** ** rspr-wui : H\f :Jt..Y" 'If rJ ,
as was done at the first session the spirit of x SERVICEHERCULES
at the first session but DAYTONA BEACH PARISH here with 96 freshmen students e S
), the government of Bish- true apostles,
the only the proemium (introduction Guests at the Our Lady of Lourdes annual "welcome Arch- from 18 states, France, the & DREW
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"the general principles of renewal Wright, Father D. J. Sloan I.C. and two newcomers to. hamas, Mexico and several
sional relations). ,}\Heenan, w e
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liturgy," were put for J. :M. Fulk. Mother Mary Jogues, former
ap- seek the truth .
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INTEREST Fathers can FRANCIS DE SALES, idles! Of The Crusades, by Join- false in the teaching of other
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cause discussion of the liturgyschema by glossary and maps.
Monsignor John K. WROBLEWSKI plea of Christ's l'ieatas it
has ended this regulation -
GUARDINI ROMANO. was the prayer of ChristHim
School does not seem to apply. SERGIUS O.F.M. Christian
Prayer in Practice. Perfection !'elfn the "tniinxter! !
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of the 1957 edition. S3.95); ). Essays and reflectionsfor How you can share your s
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HOSTIE, RAYMOND.: The members of the Third Orderof

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CITY..c STATE... ... ..wtllnl MAXIMO MOORINGS ::.; southern family with no
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church affiliation. When the
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I revivalist came to town we all
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attended, sang when he sang,
wept when he wept and in 1 FLY A PLANE

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emotional binge. When he

community service offers: Trained folded his tent and, like the
CALL-any time Attendants Oxygen Equipped Ambulances
proverbial Arab, stole silently
of Anywhere in City Withoutobligation.
day ornight away, we went hack to our

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59th I I to read
801 St. No. As grew up, began

4 eS4b: q literature gotten out by the

various Protestant Churchesand

hug{y1 F.h3 couldn't help but notice

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in the doctrines
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was not strange that I train. If interested contact your pastor.
didn't read one piece of

f OPEN SAT. ,Catholic ,literature. Regular Round Trip

s to 12 NOON Non-Catholics in the South RETURNING Round-Trip Party Coach .

,rhODe sr. rKTKRsncnn BEACH ..." VOLUNTEERS IN .NCCW HONOREDMrs. have hoard so many charges GOING A"art ,? (Read Up). : Coach 20.. or more'-::
75th AT*. iulf UUrt TRUST the Catholic Church
IflO-Ulll Tour Account Insured by :JMJ.I.C. SUKVICK Joseph :McCarthy of San Francisco, national) 'against 5:15 AM Lv Tampa .'__ Ar 10:40 PM 11.60 8.50'--
president of the National Council of Catholic Women, that,their minds. seemingly are 6:10 AM Lv Plant City Ar 10:00 PM 11:45 8.40

accepts the Volunteer of the Year award from the Amer- closed against it. 6:30 AM Lv Lakeland Ar 9:45 PM 10.90 8.00
In 1943 I was serving in the -
Lv Auburndale 7.50 :
Ar 10.25
ican Cancer Society's Dr. Eugene :Miller. This award
Army Nursing:: Corps where *
Lv Lake Alfred Ar 10.25 7.50
Cameo Dining Room honors volunteer aides in the work against the disease.Legion two of my best friend:= were Lv Haines City Ar 10.10 7.40

Kxrrllrnt; Catholics. But neither ever 7:15 AM Lv Kissimmee Ar 8:50 PM 8.95 6.55-

Superb SertirEDWARD' CONSULT THIS LIST before spoke to me about her religionor 7:35 AM Lv Orlando Ar 8:20 PM 8.05 5.90

O JAMES HOTEL of f Decency going to the theatre. Films invited me to go with her Lv Winter Park Ar 7.80 5.7S

Drlirlvu Charcoal Seafood, Chop and rated morally objectionable are to church. 8:10 AM Lv Sanford Ar 7:15 PM 6.85 5.00
dinner Chicken ates New M OVleSpublished In the third issue or My interest in the Catholic Lv DeLand Ar 5.95 4.35
Delirious Charcoal and each month.
Krvllvd Plraka LEE: KKIMAV.: Piano (October 10, 1963) Faith was kindled when I Lv Palatka/ Ar 3.05 2.25

11750; ( Gulf JUvd-Treasure Island 3018261 Morally Unobjectionable for General PatronageAlmost began to date William E.
I 10:30 AM Ar Jacksonville Lv 5:30 PM
AngelsAssignment How the West Xo Tune For Susens, an air force pilot.
!" Outer Was Won Sergeantspace
In Search: of Papa's Delicate When our friendship ripened *No stop unless schedule permits. If the response to train service is enough to

Bashful' Elephant The Castaways ConditionBattle into love, Bill casually remarked exceed one special train, and two special trains are necessary, the company will

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOf Gold HymnBlack Invasion Star Creatures of the P Tirates T 109Reenge of Tortuga that his wife should, undertake to schedule the trains to include all stops.

first of all be a Catholic.He .
Black Shield ,
South PasadenaOffers It's Only Money of the
Captain Sinhad Jason and the Creature explained that his father NOTE: (a) A concession car for cold drinks ond food will be provided.b .

You Low Payments For Coming Out Party: ArgonautsKill Hock a Bye Baby while his
Constantine and the or Cure Second Time Around was a Catholic, ( ) Passengers from St. Petersburg Clearwater, Dunedin may board at
Cross King Kong >s Godzilla: Sergeants Three mother was not. She had a : Tampa.
Damn the Defiant Lady l and the Tramp Seven Seas to Calais finite resentment against the

New Car Day the Mars Earth Invaded Las Lafayette!
Example: To Finance $2,000 Escape from East AdventureLawless Tammy and the Doctor reared. Bill didn't want thatto
Berlin Breed Tarzan's Challenges ( ) Buses will be available to transport the groups from the rail station to

only $63.27 Per month includes all costs FBI Story Lilies of the Field 300 Spartans happen to his children. the scene of the Congress and return for 75 cents per person, round trip.
First Space Ship List ofAdrian 13 Frightened Girls Two decades of lies stood

Call or Visit JOHN D. ADAMS to Venus Messenger 13 Ghosts! between me and his Church. (e) Children 6-11 I pay half fare.
Five weeks longest Day 30 Years of Fun
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK In a Balloon Make Way for Lila Three Stooges In Orbit How could I tell someone, of
55 Days at rekinIan Who Knew Too Tkkli'hHalr vthoni I W'a'.. fond, all the
Martin J. Roess, Chairman Follow that Dream Much Tin Star
Francis :Miracle of the TraitorsUgly calumnies I then believed to
1057 Pasadena Ave. Phone 347-1161
Gathering of Eagles White Stallions American be true?
G id set Goes to Rome Mouse on the Moon Valley of the Dragon
Great KscapeHercules My Six Loves '1 ran, the Unbelievable Deciding to look into the PLAN A PILGRIMAGE
and the Never Say Goodhy Wonderful World of Catholic religion, I called on
eapth'eoman Xo Man is an Island' the Brothers Grimm
the chaplain, Father Daniel
Honeymoon Machine Xo Place Like Homicide Young and the Brave
McGuire: and took a complete

KINGFISHRESTAURANT Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and AdolescentsAll course of instruction.One .

Xight Long Hook Western World by one the bogus
All HeaenIIo's Hootenanny Hoot Premature Burial charges against the Church MAKE IT A FAMILY
All the Way Home How to Make Monster Proud and Profane
Bad Seed Huns The Requiem for a faded into thin air and with
BetrayedBilly It Happened at the HeavyweightRoman
them went the misconceptionsand
Budd World's Fair Holiday
SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST Bird Man of Alcatraz: Just for Fun Samson and the Seven prejudices based upon
Black ZooBurning Kid Gallahad Sardonicus them. Here was the unity of
Court Last Train from Saskatchewan
Golden Fried or Boiled Shrimp Bridge to the Sun Gun Hill Savage Guns faith and worship, which Jesus DAY OF PRAYER

Call Me Bwana. Lawrence of Arabia. ShowdownSlave said was always to distinguishHis
Succulent Carousel Lion. The
Castilian The Lisa Slave Ship Church from the creeds

Luscious Lobsters Come Flyuth Me Long Absence Square of Violence founded by men.
Convicts <4< Love and Larceny Stagecoach to Dancer'sCourtship .
Here was a Church found. '
YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER of Loves of Salammlxj Rock 'I.,' :-.':0.:"'", .;.. -:;
Kddie's Father Man who Shot Sword of the ed directly by Christ, authorized 'vi ,#? ; -
Day and the Hour Liberty Vance ConquerorDay liy Him to teach all : ..
AND ROLLS of the Triffids Man with the Taras Bulba. ;
Days of Wine and X-ray Eyes Tarzan the Magnificent 'nations, and promised His .
Chicken and SteaksAt ':=:'
Rows Miracle Worker Thrill of It All protection from error. -- I
Diary of a Madman Murder on ,the Campus Thunder in the Sun
Famous Johns Pass Donovan's Reef :Mutiny on the Bounty To :Kill a Mockingbird With grateful heart I was received :
Duel of the Titans Xaked Spur Twice Told Tales into Christ's true ; THEEucharistic :
Everybody Go Home Xight Creatures Vampire Church.
<4< Days In Naples Old Dark House Werewolf In a Girl's
Guns of Darkness Paranoiac Dormitory "Now our nine children have
Hand of Death Play it Cool You Have to Run
Low Cost Haunting Playboy of the Young Ones

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Bye Bye Birdie Interns Sound and Fury to Christian understanding -
California. In the French Style Sparrows Can't Sing
Loans Caretakers Leopard Spencer's Mountain of current events has made
or 1f, rttuttulo Come Blow Your Horn Love at Twenty Summer and Smoke its national debut. It is called
Come September Married Too Young Sweet Bird of Youth "
Available Condemned of Altona Mind Benders Taste of Honey Report.

Couch The Monkey in the Winter Term of Trial Edited by Catholic laymen."Report" '(
Critics Choice Panic in Year Zero This Happy Feeling is described by its OCTOBER 27 Q
Crooks Anonymous Period of Adjustment! Town without Pity
THE NATIONAL BANKOF Damn YankeesDay Purple Gang Toys in the Attic editor, Carl B. Schmitt, as
in Court Raw Wind in Eden Trial. The "fully secular" in covering
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Five Miles to Midnight High Country Two for the Seesaw news of interest to all persons;; JACKSONVILLECouncil -.-
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l'Catholic% Comment Franc J. 3heed'Mystici GocPs Gifts of Grace Must Be EarnedAN

Corporis' Gives error Into which well-in most likely to ask "What's the Little by little faults diminishand

I r tentioned people sometimes matter with me, anyway? If strength replaces weak-

Christian Relationship fall is is that of spiritual prayers and the sacraments are ness by imperceptible degrees.Of .
Impatience. "In spite of all my so rich in grace, why am I course, we shall never, in
I We Rejoice that He is Free this life reach full
all Christians members of Christ's Mystical prayers and standing still? our statureas
"AREN'T Masses and They are impatient with we do in our physical de
and not only Catholics 1"It
themselves because they for- velopment.If .
nearly 14 years of imprison- silenced only when he was banished to is a sign of the vast change in the religious climate Holy Communions -
AFTER .. I get a basic principle: that ever we stop growing
Archbishop Josef Beran of prison and held incommunicado.We mat tills question is as likely to be asked eem to be no spiritual growth, like physical spiritually, it will be becausewe

Prague, Chechoslovakia, has been released rejoice that he is free. We pray by a Catholic more likely, in fact, be- better," some {growth, is an organic have ceased trying.It .

from prison. Undoubtedly there will be that he will be allowed to minister againto cause the doctrine of the Mystical Body will complain.It growth. will not be because we

breathless analyses from the newspapers his flock with the same zeal and love has been in the front of all Catholic teach could be, of That is, it is a gradual process have reached our upper limit.

about the latest "thaw" in Communist- that marked his Episcopate before. Most ing about the Church in this century. We course, that in which each successive We have been speaking of

Catholic relations. What the political significance of all, we thank Archbishop Beran. We know that people who belong to other religious the complainerIs '. stage of development builds the normal course of spiritual

of this move is we, however, refuse thank him because he has been a symboland groups can be saved, which means the victimof L upon the previous stage. development and of the usual

to speculate. This much is sure: the an example to us. He reminds us that that they must have in their souls sanctifying his own religious L An infant does not becomean way in which grace operates.

release of Archbishop Beran dramatically the Gospel indeed is the pearl of great grace when they come to die. All forma- -Wv- adult in a single day. It is Manifestly, the Giver of grace

price worthy to be sought and protectedno because of Christ's by a slow, steadily paced pro- has not bound Himself to an
points out that Catholics, religious and grace comes to men
Father Leo J. Treselism. gression that the child reaches absolute adherence to the
lay, are still being persecuted and imprisoned matter what the cost. redeeming sacrifice. It sounds as if they
maturity. We cannot perceive norm. In special instances, God
in this day of ours. While we rejoice His fearlessness condemns by actions must be members of His body. But if we turn to Pope He may be the type who today that a child is bigger or shortcuts His own established

that this great hero of the Catholic the flabby capitulation and shaky moral Pius XII's encyclical "Mystici Corporis," we do not findit expects to see quick and visible stronger than he was yester policy. He confers the extra-

Faith is free, we refuse to forget that fiber of those who would compromise the saying this, but almost the He may be speaking againstand results from his pious practices -day. Indeed, there will be ordinary.

others still languish behind communistbars. truth. We make our own the words that opposite. working against the redeeming much as one expects to periods of weeks or months on "'e recall the sudden trans.

the late Pope John wrote to him in 1961 on Almost, notice. The encyclical sacrifice of the Mass. see a candy bar pop out when a end when he seems to be at a formations of Saint Mary Mag-

Archbishop Josef Beran is a living example the fiftieth anniversary of his ordination: says that the Mystical Body He may be attacking the real machine.dime is dropped in the vending developmental standstill. dalen, Saint Paul, Saint Augustine -

of the sufferings of Eastern Europe.He "The silence and inactivity in which here upon earth is the Catho- presence of Our Lord in the This is because there are Saint Francis of Assisl
lie Church in union with the The truth is that the gracesof plateaus in the growth process, and Saint Ignatius Loyola.
Blessed Eucharist the
wore the black and white stripes of the you are buried, the injuries which you are very and of the
Pope. It does not precisely say prayer sacra when nature seems to be consolidating However, such exceptionalgraces
food of the body, as a blasphemous
Nazi prisoner in Dachau for three years. suffering, and the undeserved punishment
ments are not magical in their
that members of other Chris- illusion. He previous gains in are not God's usual
Shortly after the war he watched and inflicted will not be and may be
upon you empty effects or an end in themselves.
not. another
tian groups are to preparation for spurt. procedure.Abundant.
refusing obey and
spoke against, the systematic rape of his devoid of fruit. The grain of corn that It says that they are not others to refuse obedience to, These graces are a preparationand By analogy, this picture of grace He gives to
country by the communists. He saw his languishes in the bosom of the earth will an energizer for a work to
reapse members. Reapse is Christ's earthly representative.There child development is very applicable -each of us, yes; but for most of
schools closed, his Priests imprisoned, his bring forth a new ear and later on it will quite a rare Latin word, I am are, of course, many be done. to growth in virtue.It us it is by a long and gradual

own home ransacked. His strong voice was ripen into a golden harvest." prepared to bet that you did Christians outside our communion That work Is to put the is rarely that we can slope that we grow in the good-

not meet it in high school. It who would agree withus principles of our Faith into perceive any improvement in ness that is the measure of our

means, roughly, "in the full on practically all the pointsI practice in our e"er.daylh.es. ourselves from day to da)'. love for God.
Father John J. Castelot sense" or "in very fact." Whatever have just set out, but theyare Often we can look back, per If we honestly are trying, by

the exact meaning, it not necessarily holier than An individual who makes! haps after a year, and say prayers and the sacraments, to
modifies the word "not"-it is others who take the most little or no effort to live the """ell, I'm a little better in thisor submit ourselves to the actionof
extreme -
I Our Lord is Harsh with HypocritesI not a flat negative.The positions against the law of love is allowing his that area than I was a year God's grace; if we really are

encyclical also speaks of Church. graces to disintegrate from ago." However, there may be trying, even though imperfectly

HYPOCRISY is an ugly and go first to be reconciledwith in the Passion, Resurrection, such people as "related" to the None of this fits comfortablyinto lack of use.However. months and even years whenwe to use each day the grace of

unfortunatelyit your brother. Then you and Ascension of the Redeemer Mystical Body.It the notion of one body, to there are many seem to be at a spiritual that day then we have no
is as common as it is detest may come and offer your gift." Himself. is worth our while, in face say nothing of one Body. It is persons who do seriously strive standstill while, in some obscure cause to be impatient, much

able. For a variety of reasons Indeed, one of the predominant The author of psalm 49 gave of this apparent hesitancy of true that within the Church for greater perfection withoutany way, grace consolidatesits less discouraged.God .
people hide themes of His the prophets' condemnation of the encyclical to give a plain there are plenty of inactive noticeable progress. gains. will work His will In us.

their real teaching was true interior formalism poetic form. yes or no, to think the problemout members, plenty of actively These are the ones who are Today's grace builds upon There will be growth, as surelyas

selves, their religion, sincere lore of God In the first stanza he pictures for ourselves. It is true that sinful members, who are doing most likely to be tempted to yesterday's and tomorrow'sgrace today's child Is tomorrow'sman.

real motives f and neighbor, fidelity to the God Creator of the universe in a body all the members, all Christ's cause more harm than discouragement and who are will build upon today's. .

from their fel commandments in private as as summoning His the cells, live with one life, the any enemy of the Church. Butit

low men. They' well as in public. people to stand trial before life of the person whose bodyit Is no contradiction that a John C.

put on a showof Given the fact that we are the whole of creation.He is. But the body, of course, body should have weak cells,

Interest, material and not just spiritual has joined them to Himself has a function. It is there in defective cells, diseased cells.It 'i:7ieSecuritv: I

s y m p a thy, beings, our worship of God :: in a special covenant rela- order that the person may do Is the deliberate work- Ineauities Hurt

friendship' must express itself exteriorlyas tion and they must now givean all that it is in him to do. ing against It that I is hard to I.
with an to well as interiorly. This is Thus Our Lord's ,
eye account of their faithfulnessto Mystical reconcile with a body.
members of the United States have been
Congress receiving corn-
their own financial the basis of liturgy in all re that covenant.In Body Is not simply a convenient Yet some of those who have FOR many years I
from constituentsis about of the social but effort
inequities security system, no
social, or even sensual ligions.
the second stanza He as- and pleasing arrangement spent their lives fighting
r- advantage. And it is not too The Hebrews had an elabor. sures them that it is not their for seeing that against the Church because made to correct them.To pendence upon relatives or the presently: written appears to

terribly difficult to succeed in ate system of sacrifices sanctioned sacrifices themselves which His disciples get grace and they are convinced that theyare make a record for the state in old age, operates to the be based on the dubious as

this shabby game. It is most by God as a legitimateand displease Him. Actually He is truth. He has work to do in doing Christ's will may benefit of the voters back advantage of the wealthy who sumption that a retired

deceptively easy in the sphere acceptable way of expressI rather indifferent to them. For love Christ, and be more loved home the lawmakers introduce really do not need social se worker can live on his social

of religion.A n g dependence, obedience, He has no use for the animals It.A question that should be in by Christ, than many of us who corrective amendments and curity. For while a worker is security payments.

person can go through all love, atonement. UnfortunatelyHis that are offered to Him. He everyone's examination of con within our limits do make an then forget penalized If he tries to supplement Since the maximum benefitfor

the external motions of religious people often fell into the owns them all to begin with science is "Am I as a cell helping effort to spread the Faith, to about them. his meager social security a married couple with no

observance with an impressive tragic error of thinking that and, since He is a Pure Spirit, Christ to do the work He say nothing of those who reallydo They all are payments by outside earnings, dependents is less than $200 a

- I nicety and be con. these external rites themselves has no need of material food. took a body to do?" try to nourish their own bottled up in an actor who may have an in- month, this Is obviously a most

- _i sidered by his neighbors a sufficed to secure amicable relations What does displease Him A given non-Catholic may be selves with Our Lord's gifts committee. Up come of $100,000 a year from unrealistic assumption. Workers -

model Catholic while indulging between themselvesand mightily is the fact that His holier than any number of but lift not finger to nourish till now in this Investments, real estate and the who have been earning

TI the basest of passions in pri- God, apart from what they people think they can get away given Catholics. But he is in a others. session, for ex. like can receive full social security $6000 to $10,000 a year cannot
vate.I actually felt or from how they with a meaningless sacrifice of position where he cannotnotjust The encyclical speaks of ample, 25 billsto payments. overnight adjust the family

I say most deceptively easy really lived. 'The prophets con these things, an empty gesture does not or will not but people' outride the Visible social amend the* Only If a wage earner livesto budget to fit the social security

_J because while we may fool our demned this sterile formalismover which in no way reflects their literally cannot-take part in a Church as being "related" to have securityact beenintroduced be 72 years of age can he payments without severe sacri.

fellow men, we cannot fool and over again.It true dispositions.They great many of the things that the Mystical Body.It receive full social security
God, who sees deep into our is the premature death of must obey Ills commandments Our Lord wants to do in His will be for the Church to i n benefits regardless! of how fice.Wage earners are forced to
the senate and 249 in the house.
: hearts and souls, and it is He the wicked which is their pun and thus body through His
prove body. work out the relation more This much in wages he may earn contribute to the social security
is about the number
who is the object of our piety. ishment. The just can hope fora their love for Him. Then Some of these things he fully. same outside. system whether they want to
that has into the
I Our blessed Lord, so characteristically long life. Speaking in the their ritual sacrifices will cannot work for, some of Meanwhile we still live in gone legislative When the lawmakers passed or not

kind and gentler name of the latter, the psalmist have real meaning, real them he may, in all sincerity, the vibration of Pope John the past hopper decade.in past.sessions for this provision of the law they Many of them are asking

with sinners, was undeniably declares: value. be actively working against.He XXIII's words about them at The chief complaint about the must have voted with tonguein why they are not entitled to

_N, harsh with hypocrites.For But God will redeem me Finally, in the third verse may be contradictingtruths Christmas 1958 "They bear way the law now is written relates cheek, for by the time a man collect benefits at retirementage
a stirring example of from the power of the netherworld the psalmist itemizes some of doctrinal or moral, that the name of Christ on their to the limitation out or woman reaches 72 his ability without limitations justas
f His attitude, read the 23rd I)}' receiving me (16). the glaring sins of the people: Christ Our Lord wants taught. foreheads." side earnings a upon to earn additional money in they would if they had

chapter of Saint Matthew. Very Still there is in these expres. theft, adultery, deceit, lying, make without forfeiting person social may most instances has declined almost bought annuity insurance

_ familiar, because it occurs in sions a providential hint of the treachery. It is these crimes security benefits. to the vanishing point. from a private Insurer.
one of the Sunday Gospels, is full truth of the resurrection which vitiate their worship.And Washington Letter
Currently If a person who The law permits a wage Among the amendments that
His advice from the Sermonon of the good to an eternity of then he quotes God as
retires at age 65 earns more earner to begin collecting social have been introduced are sev-
the Mount: bliss with their Redeemer and expressing His will in the fol.
Soviet Use in Cuba than $1200 a year he loses his security at the age of 65 and eral score that would remove
"If, therefore, you are bring. of the wicked to an eternity of lowing terms: He that offers Troop
social security payments in most firms force employees of the limitation on outside earnings
, ing your gift to the altar, and pain far, far from Him. praise as a sacrifice glorifiesme
the amount that his outside that age off their payrolls. But altogether.
there you remember that your This truth was to grow in ; and to him that goes the Continues to Violate Pact
earnings exceed that limita at that age, as Senator Cliff.rd This probably would be
brother has anything against clarity until finally it shona right way I will show the sal-
tion. P. Case, of New Jersey, recently favored by most of the wage
leave gift right thereof forth with glorious brilliance vation of God.to .
-- you, your THERE may be as many as 10,000 Russian troops still Ironically the law, which pointed out, many peopleare earners who now complain

Those that are there are believed to be used was written to protect the still capable of earning.The about the inequities of the

for training purposes, and it is suspected that Soviet Rus- elderly against complete de- social security' law as present act.
t % ;&:) Father Michael V. Gannon sia intends to keep them
on November 20, 1962, to remove -
1__ Mission of Nombre De DIosclupteRS there indefinitely.Their the estimated 42 IL-28 Question

presence is a violationof jet bombers. In return, the I
the agreement between President promptly lifted the B7Joesn't

T CjReat In'' President Premier John Khrushchev F. Kennedyand that naval quarantine of Cuba. Time' Affect the Creatorfact

Khrushchev also gave assurances
eased the Cuban missile crisisof that soviet troops Q. Everything that exists in his mind before it ever to wait before His Idea as-

\. toRlba: catholic historyChapter October, 1962. would be removed from must have existed from takes shape. sumes reality. Beginning, mid-

-" These things are brought out God however, does not need die, and end are all one to Him.
r"nha. ac Prrsiri._ _nf. lCf>nnf><1v.. eternity as an idea in the
&-- --------
in a study on soviet political said "In due course." mind of God, but to be
22 base at the northern extremityof race the French to Florida.He .
to the navigational the channel, on Florida'seast summoned the foremost agreements and their results It was estimated that soviet realized in time. But when RANGE BUT
made for a senate committee.In .
ADDED of the Bahama coast. naval commander in the land, a succinct run-down on military forces in Cuba num- God realizes His idea in time, S Little-Known Facts for TRUE

Channel was the distinct threat Already, in June of the Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles, the agreement ending the bered between 5000 and 22,500. does not He have to change?
Captain-General of the Toward the end of 1962 and By M. J. MURRAY c."ttpt.i u.Jr.c..c.II____
that now, in the summer of previous year, a Ir e n ch Spanish Cuban missile crisis, the staff A. There is no time with
1565, French warships would force had established itselfat fleet. study details the situation in early in 1963 the United States God, for whom everything is .

establish a permanent military the mouth of the River of Menendez had served long this manner applied more pressure on the present. God knows In Himself, UMOBSCRVEO NEW YOWERS.TWCSC tnc MOST.
Soviets to abide by their
May (the St. John's), near and faithfully in the arduous In an exchange of correspon- ments and withdraw agree-their as in a mirror, all things, I %J
the present site of Mayport. campaigns of the Low Country dence between soviet premier whether they will be realizedat
The force was commandedby (Holland) and with the fleets Khrushchev and President troops. Apparently some of the any time or will remain only
force withdrawn.In
Rene Goulaine de Laudon- that sailed regularly to and Kennedy, Khrushchev agreedto were possible.

jflortdaCattetfc niere, lieutenant to the great from New Spain. He knew the President Kennedy's condi- mid-June 1963, the total Although, for us, the first

French sea captain, Jean ports of the West Indies, the tions for ending the Cuban soviet troop strength was set creation of the world took

Jacques Ribault. currents of the Caribbean, and missile crisis, namely, ((1) to at 12,500. The departure of an place years ago, for God creation -
If the Florida beachhead the inviting shoreline of Flor terminate work on the military estimated 2000 men in the next is realized in the eternal

called Fort Caroline-could be ida. missile bases, ((2) to render the two months may have reducedthe Now of His existence, and was
total to estimated :ri ,i CUPIOUT
an 10,000or STONE
PabU.hed .s.FT Frlda1'FLORID. substantially reinforced by the He also knew that Floridawas offensive weapons inoperable, the neither earlier nor later than a ''Pi# .. : ARMADILLO* -DECORATC
\. CATHOLIC PRESS Inc. French, then, it was felt in populated with Indians and ((3)) to cease further ship- 10,500. Reportedly, Russians -the act whereby He knows a 4- I J. !i1 SECLUDED COQttfH OH THE
P.O. fix 3551 GArden S-S1JS Spain, the treasure fleets would whom no missionaries had ments of offensive weapons to have removed most of Himself.In S ;. FWV .. .i:i ECTC9IOR Of THC LAO/
.4 -
ISt E.., ColoniaL Drive their combat units from the b, ; ca4ptt.ccsTB1ThcKi
Orlando. Florida 31805 fall under serious and constant yet been able to convert and Cuba. fact, the act of creation In tr w CATI4CDA.
island. It believed that the
Subscription In U.S.A. and Canada danger of piracy. The French hold, for lack of a permanent Provisions were to be made was God Is no different than God I -. LATEST STATISTICS
$.00 per year; 0 the countries had just such a plan to rein mission base.Menendez for ((4)) effective international remaining troops were being Himself, who is the one eternal I 14'i i! &MP'1' EI *H,W. THAT THE SOCIETY

JS.OO.The Florida Catholic Is a member force their base. heard the King'sproposal. verification. Thereafter ((5)) the training maintained indefinitely for Act without any before or hI'T.IW1. !r; : jk-.iI! Ii OF jrcUSK; RELIGIOUS mLL"ntCtAA.1rsr

the Catholic Press Association In 1565 the Spanish ambassador He thought of Spain's naval quarantine would be purposes. after. ----- -_ ORDER 1M ThE WORLD
and Conference the National Jfewi Catholio Serric* Welfare Bocner to France learned that economic dependancy upon the lifted. Failure to withdraw their Every creature exists from i.; .-. ;a. .. : WITH 3&JO3 MtM&ERS.SALTSIANf .
--' -
and Martin. publishers' represent French Admiral de Coligny had treasure fleets, of the spiritual It is generally believed that military forces from Cuba eternity as an idea in the di- -. t 7rI4AeIs:4NvML.cVi
tin. Entered al second class mail constitutes soviet violation .kq1r JrxT WITH l6900 b'rJr
Mar. 1. I959' at Orlando. Florida ordered a fleet to be assembledby dangers to Florida's Indians the missiles were dismantledand a vine mind; but there are not AR THf&
under the Act ef March 3. 1ST). Jean Ribault for dispatchas that would come from "hereti returned to the Soviet of the Khrushchev-Kennedy really many ideas In God, but WITH 21.OOO.

soon as possible to Florida. cal" Frenchmen, and of the Union. An "at sea" aerial inspection agreements. one Idea, Himself. ,
The ambassador conveyed the good that he himself could do of soviet freighters In a press conference on Knowing Himself as the actual 'TtVCHlHO HE!JJ r srmOf MOOD'aOff{or

Father Vincent r.. Smith!! information to Philip II, his as special:; viceroy 0 f the was agreed upon when the August 20, 1963, President Ken- or potential Creator of BACK TO THE AHCICHTM
Executive Editor sovereign; who quickly showed Church In those! as yet uncon- Cubans resisted on-site inspec nedy expressed the disapprovalof everything that ever will be. or _.-'.!11JF CHWfTMK 1'Ottt Of THf SWtr CBOSf.M

Editors Mark: MM A.! IleUwlr!... QnUa his anger at what he consideredto ; quered and savage provinces.He tion.But the United States government could be, God knows everything ;.-i I fKlSI VID W AOWKH M THC PPIXW W y -
Joteph A. Rosier be foreign encroachmentsupon told the King that he the soviet bombers remained when he remarked: He has created, or could :rt'&t. WEAR RoMr.TWJ STONI COMMEMOSA-HC: TUT :
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Oct. 11, 1963 Page Five

Council Delves i

Archbishop Beran Four Other

f3 R + ,YJfti ,

I Into 'De Ecclesia'Continued 4t t A 4 +tt J, Bishops Released by Red Regime

,J ( from Page One) episcopate is absolutely neces- Y
dates to the Apostles were sary, L (Contlniird from Par One) Archbishop Reran, now 74, yak regime that it had released

expressed in the plural. Laurean Cardinal Rugambwa, L4k 7'gl revealed, there was no \\ord in has been Archbishop of three other Catholic Bishops.

The Apostles, furthermore, Bishop of Bukoba, gave the notion .. either communique as to where Prague since 1946. They were listed as Bishop
acted as a college in the choiceof of the collegiality of the r they were. His arrest by the communist Josef Hlouch of Budejovice;

a successor to Judas. Here Bishops a missionary application (In Vienna, it was reportedthat regime in 1949 came four years Bishop Stepan Trochta SD.B.,

and elsewhere, he said, the when he rose next in turn a Czechoslovakia government after he had been liberated by of Litomerice and Bishop

collegiality of the Bishops is to speak. official acknowledgedthat the United States Army Karel Otcenasek apostolic ad-

stated as clearly as is the "When individual Bishops be- ':a e I ly r, 1 M; Archbishop Beran did not along with the other prisonersfrom ministrator of the diocese of

foundation of the Church on come members of the episcopal ,J. F ACA"k.sy sign a loyalty pledge to the nazi Germany's in- Hradec Kralove.Daytona.

Peter. college they acquire some regime before his release. famous concentration camp at
Cardinal Lefebvre i (The official, Dr. Josef Hrusa, nazi Beach
Joseph power over the Universal Dachau. He had been a

Archbishop of Bourges, France, Church," he said. "No Bishopcan MR head of the religious affairs prisoner for three years.
\ added his voice to that of his office, was quoted assaying
say that he is not inter- 4k1 Bishop Skoupy of Brno, in
colleagues in favor of the ested in the salvation of the that the prelate was nowa Moravia, is 76. He was arrestedin JAMES D. MacPHEED.D.S.
collegiality of the Bishops. He entire world." completely free man with the 1953-

urged that "the council should Melkite rite Patriarch Maxi-! same rights as any other Czech- Bishop Vojtassek of Spis, inSlovakia .
inquire into truth without fear oslovak citizen, and that it was Announcees the openingof
mos IV Salgh of Antioch placedthe is now 85. He was arrested -
and seek what Christ wants of same concept in the lightof 6> now up to him to seek state in September of 1950 and his office
us: closer union among the intended unity between the c ar' permission to leave the country sentenced to 24 years in prison. for the practice of

Bishops of the Church in union Eastern and Western Churches. a Wc if he wished to attend the Bishop Zela, 70, was also ar General DentistryCL

with the Vicar of Christ. Not all in this assembly E h ', Vatican council.) rested in September, 1930, when 3-2451
Bernard Cardinal Alfrink, ) a sf. The communist communique
favored the restoration of 1 j' Archbishop of Utrecht, the specified that Archbishop In association withH.
the permanent diaconate. Olomouc, Moravia. He receiveda
Netherlands, then took the Bishop Pietro Massa, exiled ? ,' t Beran and Bishop Karel 25-year prison sentence. R. FOX, D.D.S.
floor to that a clear statement st i t .ei, Skoupy of Brno had been Center
say Bishop nf Nanvanir. Chinawho-------, ..--- -- -- ------- ---- Bishop Ladislav Hlad was Westgate Shopping
of the collegiality of the now resides in Genoa, expressed EASTERN RITE BISHOPS AT VATICAN COUNCIL "freed today (October 3)) from convicted of "performing in member: St. Brendans Church

opposition. Among the Eastern Rite prelates at the Second Vatican Council, one is Archbishop internment. It said on the secret the functions of a "Bish

Beach Bishop John Abasolo y Lecueof Josyf Slipyi of Lvov, second from right, in the procession that preceded Pope other hand that Bishops Jan op" in March of 1960. He was

Daytona Vijayapuram, India, asked Paul VI for the opening at St. Peter's Basilica. The Archbishop has been a victim of Vojtassak of Spis, former aux sentenced to a nine-year jail
Stanislav Zela a
that the text of the schema em- communist persecution.Theologian. iliary Bishop term. The Prague newspaper Y .
Olomouc, and Bishop Ladis-
the fact that Christ in- of
Books phasize "Svobodne Slovo" stated at the
Greeting Cards stituted various ministries of Understanding Of lav Hlad-who was consecrated time that he had been conse-
secretly in 1950 and whose as-
LLOYD COX the Church. crated a Bishop in secret without -
signment has not been revealed

Office Supplies! Archbishop of Florence ErmenegildoFlorit and Bl hop Duties Found in Church's NatureBy -were all 'freed at the same permit.the required government

time thanks to an amnesty MILES
CL 2-3473 Emile De Smedt of Bruges, Pontificio the
of The Annuario ,
118 North Beach Street Belgium, both favored the of Father Placid Jordan O.S.B.NCWC the granted republic by the(Antonin president Novot- official Vatican directory, car- UPHOLSTERY SHOP
teaching of the collegiality
ried the name of Bishop Hlad
Both submitted News Service ny) 623 Orange Ave
the Bishops.
amendments to the text. ROME "The Church properly understands itself if it is aware not only of the The release of the five Bish simply as titular Bishop of CL 5-4736

Auxiliary Bishop Carmelo duties that stem from a spirit of fatherhood but also from those inherent in a spiritof ops came just 12 days after a Cediae, with none of the usual ALL WORK GUARANTEED

Dink'sHickory Zazinovic of Krk, Yugoslavia, brotherhood," a famed German theologian has said here. shake-up in the communist apparatus -personal statistics and without
listing his nationality or as-
the Father Karl Rahner S.J. of Innsbruck Austria ecumenical in Czechoslovakiawhich
on the contrary rose as University, an coun .
Smoked Bar. -B-Q first dissenting voice. It wouldbe cil expert, spoke at a ; resulted in the ousterof signment.The
press partners of St. Peter. It stresses olics! both clerical and lay, face premier Vlliam Siroky and release of ArchbishopBeran THE 4f
RIBSCHICKENSHRIMPPlate better to make no change in panel under the auspices of; this rather than only the responsibility -the same challenge to be holy. six other cabinet ministers. and the four Bishops follows -

Lunch 90c the traditional practice, he said. the German Bishops. of the successorsof All should equally love God by two months the an 1 ti
Bishop George Beck A.A., of To Office
Opp. Castaway, So. Atlantic Father Rahner stressed the< St. Peter, the Popes. and their neighbor even though Holy nouncement by the CzechosloPRINTING -
Salford, England, asked for a
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clear definition of the "Chris-
Bishops for the welfare of the< Father Rahner said, is differ. Paul VI has broadened the
Closed Sundays tian Priesthood" in the text.
Church and the need for doingall now being widened in this Father Rahner said that membership of the sacred con INTERIORSDKAPKH1KSSLIPCOVERS

Member, Our Lady of Lourdes Bishop Haarlem Jan, Holland van Dodewaardof the last possible in the cause of sense, as is shown by the deliberations since every person is called to gregation of the Holy Office Letter Press & Offset

Christian unity. of the council Fathors. respond to Christ's message of by adding to it Augustin Car- Couchman Co. Qualified Decorator Service
to speak in the day's assembly, Printing
Father Rahner gave a description ] salvation, it is of the greatest dinal Ben S-T., president of the 1114 mvKimiDKri
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Open 5 P.M. 'til I II! P.M. Bishops, there is no intentionof debated by the council between the successors of the not to rule but to serve, to< dinal Antonlutti, prefect of

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Page Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, Oct. II, 1963
"' Pope Calls// Man Supreme

The New Apostles : >:; ..' c'_ _ _

.. j;; 1 Value for Church, ScienceVATICAN

I 'Noodle King' Merits Mission FameGlenn c CITY '(NC-Pope) Paul VI has told mem-

bers of an international congress on aeronautical and space

D. Kittler 1T medicine that man remains the "supreme value" in the

THE tropical storm broke suddenly and sent a crash of rain upon the rooftop. Some- : visible world for both Church

cried: "Quick, get the noodles!" And there was a rush out the door. This and science. ")lal1 is for Us and for you

had happened so often that -people- had stopped-- getting- angry- about it. But somethinghad r Speaking in French to representatives the supreme value in the

to be done.Thousands el from more than 30 visible world," he empha.
At first the workers strung the answer-and he saw it. The i ---- _
refugees countries in the Vatican's Clem- sized.
of Chinese -
fresh noodles in the sun on cleanliness which was a _
in Hong Kong depend on racks behind their factory, but Chinese trait had caused the : entine Hall last Saturday the "We are pleased to believe

the noodles as their basic food. the tropical rains were so frequent -people to stretch miles of Pope said that the attitude of that, just as your anxiety for

When the noodles were wet too and so heavy that every clothesline across every Hong + S-C. Y the Church toward science and the physical health of man, exposed -

long, they became moldy and technology is one of "admira- to the risks and experiences
few hours the workers had to Kong street, and sometimes the 0
inedible, which meant that dash out to the racks and haul lines were so loaded with 4 ; I ton, encouragement and solici of flying in the atmos.

many people had to go hungry. them indoors in order to keep freshly washed clothes that a% tude." phere and in space, is not regarded -

The idea of making noodlesfor the noodles from getting so wet you could not see the sky. "Our meeting" Pope Paul as a check on his con
occurredto : said, "underlines a principal quering spirit, but rather as
the refugees first that they would never dry. Monsignor Romaniello hurried -
John Romaniello back aspect of human progress an aid, so too the solicitude of
Monsignor 'There must be a better to the factory and
fom New Rochelle said which you, as defenders of the Church for man's moral
Maryknoller: way, said the noodle king. : "Okay, make all the
when he physical health, and We, as and spiritual salvation will not
New saw He tried one. Instead of slic- you can. And tell each L'
flour protectors of the spiritual be regarded as an obstacle but
of arriving -
the huge shipments ing the batter into noodles at family to come here on a
regularly from the specific day to all health of man, can celebrate as protection, as a guaranteeand
get they
United States as part of the bulk the factory to the,various he shipped missions it in in need for a week." ""':'. .. :.,, ". ..:m.w-J.-. __, _",- _"_.- ........>., together. that is, the primacyof and in the"conquest of his

American aid program. In any the colony to be sliced and Someone asked: "But how FATHER IIEGARTY'S GUILD OFFICERS man ultimate aims.

other country, the flour wouldbe dried there, hoping that the will they dry their noodles to Officers were presented in Jacksonville to new members at the opening receptionof Pope Paul concluded by

used to make bread, but the spotty storms would miss keep them from spoiling?" St. Matthew's Guild by Father Daniel C. Hegarty. They are, from left, foreground, OrlandoST. noting:

Chinese did not eat bread. Be- enough of the missions each "On their clotheslines," said Mrs. H. L. Threatt, Mrs. Phil C. Beverly, Mrs. Donald Robinson, president; Mrs. Tom JAMES "Just as We congratulate you
cause of a severe shortage of the noodle king.It in efforts to safeguard the
day to allow for a satisfactory Lobrano Jr., :Mrs. Carl Fullwood; standing, Mrs. Maurice Houston, :Mrs. John Alesan- your
rice, the Monsignor decided to supply of noodles. But this worked. Each day, some St. James Catholic Women's health of man and guaranteehis
dro Mrs. Eva Hernig and Miss :Mary Cammarota.
provide noodles in its place. didn't work either. Usually the 200 regugee families came to Club at a meeting October 14, physical efficiency, so you

The noodles were an immediate shipments went bad before the factory to be given bucketsof Catholic Book Reviews at 1 p.m., in the new club room will appreciate the motherly

!Micros and MonhiR-! they reached their destinations. fresh noodles.At at St. James School, will hear solicitude of the Church which

nor Komaniello was soon home, they put aside Father Vincent E. Smith speak. sees to it that the wonderful
Monsignor Romaniello refused -
known as the "noodle kingof to be Mumped. what they would use immediately Path Marked to Spiritual SerenityETERNAL The ecumenical council is the progress of which man is the

Hong Kong," hut with his He had survived World WarII and the remaining topic of his scheduled talk. builder and beneficiary in this

headaches. strands; were hung the Mrs. Killen period of history
crown came over Henry and Mrs. extraordinary
on the mainland, helping ANSWERSFOR strates how a deep religious the reader on a guided tour of
clothesline: and sent out to Glen Pierson will be panel truly benefit and not harm
Freshly made noodles were may
downed American pilots escape faith can wash away fear and Spain and Italy, most appro-
dry in the sun high above members. a'lrs. Burch.am him."
moist, so they had to be dried Brantley
himself escaping the anxiety, and bring strength and priate for this time of year.
within a day to preserve them. moment before the streets. by Father John A. O'Brien. historic will moderate the panel discuss -
Japanese a they comfort to lonely, tense and The setting covers
When the storms struck Prentice-Hall Inc. 224
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overran his mission, and he troubled individuals. the age of Columbus, Isabella

Rector NamedROME had fought communism until each family merely retrievedits $4.95. Indicating that all personscan and Ferdinand.The .
noodles, as it did its laun- Featuring true incidents in- St. PetersburgNOTRE
he was virtually thrown out engage fruitfully in prayer, "Great Captain" was
(NO)-Father Edward dry, by pulling in the line. The volving people who have used
of the country. He was not go- meditation and worship, Father: Gonzalo Fernandez de Cordoba DAMEACADEMY
has practice continues to this their unshakeable faith to
Dhanis SJ., a Belgian, day. over-
ing to let himself be thrown by O'Brien details the ways that the greatest Christian
been named rector of the Pontifical Thus did an ingenious mis- come doubt and uncertainty,
wet noodles. they may apply their spiritual general of his time 'AVBAVOR1AL,
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-.... ; _r.> ""y ;. The Florida Catholic, Friday, Oct. U, 1963 Page Seven

1. Holy Father Reviews Goals of Vatican Council:: I

Following 1. the completion of the this council in order to open to negative, must in the council The theological doctrine has tradition by stripping it of Catholic Church can offer
text of an English translation of the what is unworthy or defectiveso them.
.ddr .. rirca br Pop Paul VI at the Church new horizons, and manifest ever more the life- the possibility of magnificent objectively speak-
This unity,
the openiaf .f the ecoad *c. ion of to tap the fresh spring waterof giving power of the messageof developments which merit the that it may be rendered firm
be theirs Bap
should by
the Second Vatican Council fruitful Did not Jesus say ing,
on Sep. and
'* attentive consideration of our
doctrine Christ who said The
temb.r 2 93 the and grace of : ? which
tism. It is something ,
"I am the true
His disciples:
Christ our Lord and let it flow words that I have poken to separated brethren also and to
now that We have hope, vine, and my Father is the vine- virtually at least, they already
which ardently
AND over the earth. you are spirit and life" (John \ as we

you, We introduce Moved by no earthly motivesor 6,64)). Hence We mall ever Rt may make the path towards dresser. Every branch in me desire. movements at

ourself, to you. We are indeed particular circumstances, keep in mind the norms which common agreement easier. that bears no fruit he will take For recent ,

new in the pontifical office but as if by divining heavenly you, the first Father of this First among the various away; and every branch that present in full developmentIn

which We are fulfilling, or counsels and penetrating into Council, have wisely laid down questions that this consideration -bearsfruit he will cleanse, thatit bodies of Christians sep

rather, We should wish to say, the dark and tormented needsof and which We may profitably J will raise, Venerable may bear more fruit"? (Jn. arated from us, show clear-

inaugurating. You know indeed the modern age, you have repeat here: I II ; : Brothers, is one which affects 15, 1.2)). ly two things.

that the Sacred College gathered the broken thread of "Our task is not merely to wr ,' 't, l:'':< .. A+:'s, < .,.. all of you as Bishops of the Process to be PerfectedThis The first is that the Churchof

of Cardinals, whom We here the First Vatican Council, and guard this precioms treasure, I IT Church of God. We have no verse is a good summaryof Christ is one alone and

greet again with cordial veneration -by that very fact you have namely our Faith,as if we were -1 ftf. tt hesitation in saying that We the perfecting process which therefore must be unique. The

in spite of Our limitations banished the fear wrongly deduced only concerned with antiquity, : look forward with great expectations the Church today desires, above second is that this mystic and
and Insufficiency, on the 21st : : : i visible union cannot be attained
from that council, as if but to dedicate ourselves withan and confidence to all as regards her interior and
of June, a day which this year except in identity of
the supreme powers conferred earnest will and without this discussion which, takingfor exterior vitality. May the living

happily coincided with the by Christ on the Roman Pone fear to that wo k which our I 4 rsF J2c < granted the dogmatic dec Church be conformed to the faith and by participation in

feast of the Most Sacred Heartof tiff to govern and vivify the era demands of us, pursuingthus larations of the First Vatican living Christ. If faith and the same sacraments and in

Christ, deigned to elect Us Church, were sufficient, without the pat 1:1: which the _ .. .. .. ,,o k, ., Council regarding the Roman charity are the principles of the organic harmony of a sin-

to the episcopal See of Rome the assistance of ecumenical Church has followed for nearly .: .).. ,' .. pontiff, will go on to developthe her life, it is clear that no gle ecclesiastical control, even
and therefore to the supreme _ though this allows for a great
councils. 20 centuries. Hence, that :;. o: ::. .'*: doctrine regarding the pains must be spared to make
pontificate of the Universal method of presenting the truth its function and its variety of verbal expressions,
Pope John's Idea ;f." episcopate, faith strong and joyful and to
Church. be used "which is more movements:;, lawful institutions,
must H.: iI.: .; relationship with Peter. render Christian instructionand
We cannot recall this event You have summoned your and preference with regards to
in with
conformity a For Us it will methods more effective
personally pro- teaching
brothers in the the .
episcopate, It
without remembering our pred- modes of acting.
terium prevalently pastoral incharacter" :
( '
V "f' vide doctrinal and practical for the attaining of this
the not
ecessor of happy and immortal successors of Apostles, There can be no doubt about
(A.. .S. 1962 791-
pp. cr standards by which Our apostolic vital end.
memory,our most beloved John only to continue the interrupted 792)). _ '., the attitude of the council with
endowed It of
office, though The first requirement
XXIII.To. study and suspended legislation regard to the great numbers of
We shall have due regard
: with the fullness bea
is by Christ this reform will certainly
but to feel united with
all of us who had the for the question of the the separated brethren and of
great and sufficiency of power, may more diligent study and a
him the Pope in a single body, to lHISTALK II
good fortune fo bee unity in one flock of those the possibility of multiplicityin

heated in this same place, his be comforted and directed by who believe in Christ and n ___ ___n receive more- help. and- support. more intensIve proclamationof the unity of the Church.
him "that the sacred depositof in ways to be determined, froma the Word of God. -
memories of IN LIEU OF ENCYCLICALPope the charac-
name brings wish to be members of the This too is one of
effective and foundation
this an
more responsible
his lovable and priestly pres- Christian doctrine be guarded Church which, you, John, Paul VI said this address was to take the placeof collaboration with Our beloved education Upon of charity will be teristics of the counciL

ence as he opened the first and taught more effectively"A.A.S. have called the paternal home an encyclical.the The council aims at completeand
and venerable brothers in built for we must give the
session of this Second Vatican ( 1962, p. 790)). all. up universal ecumenicity -
whose doonj are open to people gathered in the full doctrinal form, but has the episcopate.Next place of honor to charity and
Council on October 11th Rut to the principal aim that is at least what it desires,
The Council which
you basilica, which symbolizes the also served to spur her to it will be necessary to strive to construct the "EccIe-
of last year with that speech of the council you added will what it prays and prepares for.
promoted and Inaugurated Church. give herself a more exhaustive elucidate the teaching regard sia caritatis" if we would havea
which to the Church and the another which is more urgent along the Today it does so in hope that
proceed This !scene, it seems to Us, definition.The ing. the different componentsof Church capable of renewing
world seemed like a prophetic and at this time more salutary out that tomorrow it may see the real
path you pointed so is reproduced here before us, First Vatican Council the visible and mystical herself and renewing the world
g voice for our century. -the pastoral aim- reach ity. This council while calling
with God's it
help may treated of the and the pilgrim militant indeed is
in not as a painted image, but as subject body, around her there a
That speech still echoes when you declared: and counting its own those
the have ardently
goal so
ycfj external influences have earth that is,
many Church on tremendous undertaking.
historical human
our minds, pointing out to the "Nor is the primary purposeof desired and hoped for. a sheep who belong to the fold
caused it to receive attention Priests Religious, the faithful,
which acknowledges in Christ must be fostered because
council the path it has to take, our work to discuss one article forward 8
Let tlj erefore TEXT Page
us ,
go from students both within the and also the separated breth-
thereby freeing us from all or another of the fundamental the source of redeemed human- it is the chief and root
Brothers. Tfhis clear determin.
doubt and weariness which we doctrine of the Church," ity, His Church, as it were, His Church and without. Among ren who are also called to of the other Christian virtues:
atlon to mind another
may encounter along the difficult -but rather, "to consider how to brings all extension and continuation, these influences are the intensification adhere to it more fully and humility, poverty, religion, thespirIt St. Augustine
thought. Although
you are
of social life in .
in both earthly and mysterious.This completely.The of sacrifice, fearless
road we have undertaken. expound Church teaching a
well with it
acquainted! ,
O dear and venerated Pope manner demanded b y t h etimes" of its Weneverthe'ess recalls to Our mind the temporal matters, the develop importance of this doctrinal truth, love of justice, and every

John, may gratitude and praisebe (ibid. 791-792)). cause feel importance apocalyptic vision of St. John: ment of communications the aspect of the council's other force by which the new
obliged to
need to judge the various will be obvious to all
"He showed me a river of the ;
rendered to you for having You have awakened in the man acts.
treat at here.
Christian denominations according from it the Church can drawan MCDONALD'SDRUG
water of life, clear as crystal,
resolved-doubtless under divine conscience of the teaching BrethrenAt
inspiration-to convoke authority of the Church the Chrit, Base of Work coming forth from the throneof to the true and uni- illuminating, uplifting and Of Separated

conviction that Christian doc. From what point, dear Brethren God and of the Lamb" (Apoc. vocal conception found in divine sanctifying selfknowledge.The this point the council'sprogram STORE

trine is not merely truth to be do 'we set out? Bearing in 22,1)). Revelation.It same hopes can also be broadens to take in

investigated by reason illumined mind that we should pay attention It seems to Us opportunethat should not come as a surprise entertained of another chief immense fields, one of which,

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can generate life and action; directives than to the practical its starting-point this vision, which both the Catholic Church erations, that, namely, of the fraught with charity, is the

and that the authority of the indications referred to above, or mystical celebration, which and the other Christian bodies renewal of the Church. This sacred liturgy. To this subjectthe AUGUSTINE

*DS;( Church is not limited to con what ih the road we intend to acknowledges Him, our Lord distinguished by the name of too, in Our opinion, must follow first session of the Council

demning contrary errors, but follow; What is the goal we Jesus Christ, to be the Incarnate church have seen great geo- from our awareness of the devoted long discussions, which
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the Son of Man the Redeemerof there should still Church. happy conclusion in the second.
extends to the communicationthe a go'jfl which belongs to the united to His

source of its fecundity. realm of earthly history in thatit the world, the Hope of humanity -be need to enunciate a more Prime Told Other fields, too, will certainly

concerns: the time and modeof and its Supreme Master precise definition of the true, Duty receive the earnest attention

Tribute to BeginningsThe our present life, but we do the Good Shepherd, the profound and complete natureof We have just spoken of the of the Fathers of the

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of and which some defect some stain upon deserve and that it will be
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woell know, only one an- His witnesses, His minis courageous reaction? There can The council has a third object -
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Eight The Florida Friday, Oct 11, 1963 ward them is friendly completely Brethren, that the present Pope Urges Pilgrims:
sincere and loyal. We council is characterized b-

communities they represent.Our lay no snare'e are not motivated love, by the most comprehensive '

TextContinued voice trembles and Our by temporal interests.We : and compelling.love, Try to Understand Loftiness

heart beats the faster both because owe our Faith-which We by a love which thinks ,of :- ,

( from Page 7) of the inexpressible con- believe to he divine-the most others even before it thinks TT.iiflj'.

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truest sense opens the door that their presence stirs up But at the same time We love of Christ.

and calls out, too, in anxious within Us, as well as becauseof are convinced, that this does This love sustains us now \ VATICAN CITY (NC) Pope Paul VI urged those at Wednesday general audience -

expectation to the many sheep the deep sadness We feel not constitute an obstacle to because, as we turn our viewto I last week to "try to understand the loftiness and sacredness of what is being discussed -

of Christ who are not at present at their prolonged separation.If the desired -understandingwith the scene of contemporaryhuman in the ecumenical

within the unique fold. we are in any way to our separated brethren life, we ought to be informed try to understand catholic in its unceasing propagation
It Is council therefore ofIn.itation. |council. the loftiness! ; and sacredness! throughout the world;
a blame for that separation precisely. because it i4' the frightened rather than comforted -,
of expectation, of humbly beg God's forgiveness truth of the Lord and therefore l; saddened rather than > "You have come to meet Us of what is being discussed; apostolic in its hierarchy

confidence, looking forward and ask pardon too of our the piinciple of union gladdened; anxious for defense while the ecumenical councilis namely, the Church whichconcerns which goes back in an unbroken .
going on," he said, "that is, each of line to Peter and the
one you
towards a more widespread, brethren who feel themselvesto not of distinction. or .separation. and condemnation rather that
more fraternal participation have been injured by us. for that trust and friendship.We while this hierarchy of the your Faith and jour Christian Apostles.
Church is gathered here to discuss for the Church which
: life. "Pray
in its authentic For our part, we willingly forgive At any rate we do not wishto ought to be realists, not '
those great religious questions forth these marks in the
to the the of shows
which the
speak now representatives the injuries make} of our Faith an occasion hiding the savagery that from "Then observe scene
the "
of the Christian denominations Catholic Church has suffered, for polemics. reaches into which concern very council, not merely the visible council, the Pope continued.
many life the Church and its mission
separated from the and forget the grief endured Secondly we look with reverence this universal synod. Can we of spectacle of the great assembly "You have been urged to do
in the vorld.
Catholic Church, who have during the long series of'dis upon the true religious' be blind and not notice that 'This is extraordinaryevent in St. Peter's basilica, but so many times but now is the

nevertheless been invited to sensions and separations. May patrimony we share in com seats in this assembly are an especially the spiritual visionof moment to pray fervently and
many which have great
take observers in this Father deign to can Church showing forth with whole heart and
part as the heavenly mon, which has been preservedand vacant Where are our brethren for the future of the your

solemn assembly. We greet hear our prayers and grant us in part even well developed from nations in which the consequence the Church a nd of society. here its four distinguishedmarks. soul. Confident of the help of
them from Our heart. We thank pra'ers"e shall recite
true brotherly peace. brethren. your
our separated what
among Church is opposed? In "What is our interest in the
them for their participation. We are aware that serious \Ve are pleased; to note the conditions does religion exist -' __- council? You:), have heard much "Founded by Our Lord, it received the Creed with you and then
We transmit through them Our and complicated questions remain give you all Our apostolic
study made by those who seek in these territories? about it. Today, it is the Pope from Him its nature as
message-as father and brotherto to be studied, treated and sincerely to make known and At such a reminder our 260TH PONTIFF V himself who' invites you to a society which is one in unityof blessings," the Pontiff con

- the venerable ChristianLargest resolved. We would wish that to honor the treasures of truth becauseof and cluded.
thoughts are aggrieved t."First Faith, worship supreme
this could be done immediatelyon on .A.mnnIY... the 1000 in the audience .
and of genuine spirituality, in what we know and even If Christian, It's Good therv do not be in- authority; holy in its sacra- -.0
the love of Christ hall was a of members -
account of group
___ ... ... ..e. .. ..... .. order to improve our relations more because of what we can She looks towards men of culture different to jtlie' council. Be ments, laws and government;
that 'urges us on." Hut wealso of the united auto workers
with them. not know about our sacred scientists
and learning, ar
1 realize that these problemsrequire from the United States. More
We hope that just a hierarchy our men For these also she has
many conditions before about tists. In Pastoral LetterNetherlands than 2000 who could not be ad.
know chil-
desirous; to more countless
religious, our desire
esteem and a great.
Hall of
satisfactory solutions can mitted to packed
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tiently the blessed hour of perfect from the deposit of Divine Church. which their troubled spirits" can Council talk over loudspeakers.The
reconciliation. Pope appeared briefly at awindow
Revelation. What sadness we feel in within the
Meanwhile wish to affirm expand joyously Vatican Council will overlooking the court
wish to that, NC) -
Finally We say of such sufferings! .Divine
for the best in. the face luminous sphere of the
before the observers here present aware of the enormous difficulties to see that reform the liturgy to enable all Catholics to take part yard.
What displeasure Word and divine grace. ,
some points in Our attitude still in the of the God the Dutch Bishops have stated.
pest way in certain countries religious She looks towards the work fully. in worshipping.
toward reunion with Our separated
desired union We humbly put
brethren, with a view liberty, like other fundamental ers, towards the dignity of They said in a pastoral} letter: will be reformed and adaptedto ORLANDO

COlltrO1service communicatethen our trust in God. We shall con rights of man, is being their person and their labors, "Before leaving for Rome we enable all the faithful to
that they may tinue "'e shall to WINTER PARKJIM
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Christian communities.May give better proof of our effortsof methods of political racial hopes, towards the need with us constitute- the Churchof and voice in the worship of
leading genuine or anti-religious intolerance! which still afflicts them so the Netherlands. Our mes- God."
Our voice also reach fraternal
lives and practicing The heart grieves to haveto greatly-of social improvementand sage is directed not only to will also BLAKEOFFICE
those other venerable Christian historical "The council
charity. And should observe that in the world of interior elevation, to those who are members of the interrelation SUPPLYF
communities separatedfrom weaken study deeply the
tend to our
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well known, but it is useful to God" (Lk. 18,27)). can the Church in the
words, Our lament must be expressed and teacher, is close to them. "First of all," tht? Bishops
them here.
repeat Finally the council will name of Christ offer to the
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can ki Buklltkitf. publleUid, acid; tilt and separating herself enemiesnor on authority and freedom.
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Oct. 11,1963 Page Nine "

Msgr. Hochwqlt Cites Six Specific IJ' IItr.


} Objectives of Catholic Education Mass GuiderSUNDJ \

\Y, October 13

WESTBURY, New York (NC) A leading educator has said here that the raisingof 19th Sunday after Pentecost.

spiritual and virtuous Americans is one of six specific objectives of Catholic education Iv Mass of a Confessor not a

in this country.The Bishop, Gloria, Creed, Pref.

Catholic school pupil cans who are physically fit, Catholic school arms the pupil .'. y ace of Trinity.)

"considers immorality and ir- truly learned, socially cooperative with an understanding of the MONDAY, October 14

civic-minded, economically current social problems and a I
religion to be enemies of our Pope St. Callistus. (Mass of
competent, and knowledge of the principles of
American way of life, and be- a Supreme Pontiff, ,
lieves that the preservation of spiritual and virtuous, he social justice, that he may be Common Preface.)
stated. prepared to work and sacrificeto '" 'N .". -t
TUESDAY October 13:
our democracy can be assured r : ,
only by educating for its protection Elaborating on each pointin promote the common good ,:i:,? St. Teresa. (Mass of a Virginnot .

spiritual and virtuous succession, he said: "In the by eliminating the causes of rL a Martyr, Gloria, Common *

citizens" Catholic school, doctor and social strife." qtr :' : Preface.
said Monsignor )
Frederick G. Hochwalt. Priest, nurse and Sister coor- In the civic arena, he said, WEDNESDAY, October 16

dinate their efforts to developa "the Catholic school pupil appreciates t- of HolyWoman
The director of the education St. Heduig. Mass a
healthy child who will grow the moral basis of our fk Gloria
department National Catholic 2 not a Martyr, ,
into adulthood understandingthe Constitution and our democ-
Common Preface.)
Welfare Conference addressedmore '
than 25.000, rules of good living, experi racy and is willing to defend it THURSDAY, October 17

peoplegathered enced in sound health practicesand even at the cost of his life." .
St. Margaret Mary Alacoque.Mass
at Roosevelt
Raceway convinced that good healthis "The Catholic school pupil Common .
of feast.GIoria,
here on October 6 in (
a rally
a gift of God. not to be mis has a proper appreciation of
opening drive to raise Preface.)
a $20
used, but used widely in His economic goods," the Mon. i ;;
October 18
million for construction of four
Catholic high schools in the service. signor continued, "becausehe OFFICIALS PLEASEDVITII SUCCESS OF CENTRAL DEANERY-UN RALLY St. Luke. (Mass of feast,
In regard to learning, Monsignor sees them as instruments
Rockville Centre diocese. The last Sunday of September the Central Florida area to annual spiritual rally of their helping organize the march Gloria, Creed, Preface of the
Hochwalt said the Cath- given by God to work out his
Monsignor Hochwalt said was the occasion for assemble at Good Shepherd deanery Holy Name Societies into Church for the Missa Apostles.)
olic student is free to destiny.
that "God is the cornerstone in pursue over 250 Holy Name men in parish Orlando for the 13th Greeting the guests and Kecitata that began the day's SATURDAY, October 19
the truth in various branchesof He added that in the Catholic
program were, from left, St. Peter of Alcantara. (Massof
the structure of Catholic education learning, "seeking in them school "the pupil is preparedfor
marshal John Pariso Confessor Gloria, Common -
flag a ,
and that in the Catholic Father Neidert Insists Name
not the final meaning of life a gainful occupation in an Holy Union Park Mission! ; Arnold Preface.)
educational system in this but seeing in them the reflec- economic society which will .
Pancratz St. Peter's De- SUNDAY October 20
country there are "almost six tion of the profound truths of profit by his concept of the
Men Show Love of NeighborIN Land and Deanery vice pres.ident 20th Sunday after Pentecost.
million boys and girls in al. his Faith." value of his work and his zeal Rally Gloria
; John Atkins, Ascension Mass of Sunday, ,
most 14,000 schools. The moral training the for social justice."
Eau Cattle and secretary Creed, Preface of Trinity.)
"Almost 200,000 teachers, Re- pupil receives in the Catholic In the moral sphere, the educator keeping with the theme of that we possess it, but that we fluence and example; those
Dillon Margaret
ligious and lay, from kinder- school, he added, "makes said, "the Catholic school Holy Name rally, "The go forth and through every who do not themselves know ; James)Ial'"intrr,Park and- Cemetery Sunday

garten through the universitiesand him sensitive to true beauty pupil, acknowledging God as Layman Spreading The legitimate means at our disposal where to find God and His love.

finally the seminaries are as a reflection of the infinite the source of the moral law, Faith" I would like to speak tong spread the Faith of Jesus How many there are, even treasurer; Monsignor Harold DES PLAINES (NC) The

working as a unit to achievethe beauty of God."Consequently. bases his life upon truth whichis [ the two Christ to every corner of the good Catholics among them, F. Jordan, spiritual moderator National Catholic Cemetery
of the Diocesan Union Conference ( head quarteredhere
specific objectives of he feels the uncompromising, and thus great comnandments world. who think that Charity the
and pastor of the host parish; has scheduled November
American Catholic education, obligation to rid society of the he prizes a right conscience of That you may the better love of one's neighbor consists )
:. Alfonso) Alibertl, 8t. Charles, 3 for the sixth annual observance -
Monsignor Hochwalt, who also effects of sensuousness, termedart above the sanction of popular you concern :<, a carry out this command of mainly in giving help, principally -
Orlando, and Deanery president of Sunday.
is executive secretary of the which has vulgarized a society approval." :he Law. Just Christ in your regard, it Is of material help of one kindor Cemetery
J. Far-
Father Terence
; The observance was Instituted
National Catholic Educational fed upon the crass, the "He has received a divine a few days ago the highest Importance that another.
.At jelly, spiritual director of to remind Catholics of the
Association, said. lewd, the degrading, thus command to strive for moral I received a : you understand what It is that That is good in its own .
> the Central Deanery and pasa of Christian burial,
The objectives of these brutalizing m a n's spiritually perfection, and this implies telephone call you are asked to spread to U8), but of far greater help Orlando John obligation
tor St. James Catholic
; the sacredness of
educators arc io raise Ameri- artistic nature. growth in all the virtues. He and a wom every corner of the world. to one's neighbor is the giving .
Moore, Holy Redeemer, Kis cemeteries, and the teachingsof
Monsignor Hochwalt said views those who have achieved an's voice on I God's truths, God's commandments of God's love to him
sinimee and Deanery mar. the Church on matters relating -
ORLANDOWINTER that in the social sphere "the moral perfection as heroes and the other end God's sacraments! These through the good example ofChristian shal; flag marshal Michael to burial.

he strives to imitate them," of the line In. rather 11'llllan, constitute the greatest productof living. When you
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PARK Council ObservanceDETROIT Monsignor Hochwalt concluded. quired: "Fa- them all, and what are we lore God it is God loving .

ther, I would like to ask for doing to sell them? What are Himself' through you.
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