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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 18, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
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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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JACKSONVILLE-Archbishop Joseph Hurley, now
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solemn closing on October 27 will climax the day-long

( diocesan Eucharistic Congress which he will open by cele-

-1 brating solemn Pontifical Mass. The Mass will at
begin
VOL. XXIV, No. 51 Orlando, Florida, Friday, October 18, 1963 Ten Cents __ _. j rI. 11 a.m.

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-- ._ wEwt For this solemn occasion, complete with all day adora-

tion of the Sacred Host, thousands of Catholics from near

Council and far will gather at the Suns'
Vote Checks ,. .. h Stadium in Jacksonville

to pray" "that all may be ,.2 p.m.-Sermon, Father DavidP.

one. Page; choir; prayers, Father -
o' I The Eucharistic Congress Martin B. Power.

H Approval of SchemaVATICAN ,- Mortimer schedule, announced Danaher of by Jacksonville Father- ..!::SO 1).mSermon"athrr Edward .

; J. Mulligan; ; prayers,
Congress executive
CITY (NC)-The Fathers of Vatican Council II in a seeming about- t- IlI tary, Is as follows: secre- Father Keith Symon! : sermon _
Father Bernard F. Ditt-
face refused to accept the amended second chapter of the document on the public worship __ 11 a.m.-Pontifical Mas; sermon man.
of the Church. by Father Bernard J. .
a p.m.-Solemn dosing Benediction
Nineteen amendments to the second chapter of the liturgy schema had been passed !, T---' McFadden.123ft of the Most Blessed
by overwhelming! votes the previous week. Then the Fathers -, -Rosary! Father Frank P.
voted on the rhanfpr ns JI J Sacrament to be given by _
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whole on October 14. Goodman; sermon Father Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan
these to the assembly at a later they have a special place In Matthew J. Connolly,; organ .
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Of 2242 Fathers present, 1417 .. .P.
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vote. the council haIl directly music.
vcted for the chapter 36 voted oppo- PRINCIPALS IN: JACKSONVILLE TO WELCOME OTIIERS The public manifestation of
A change in the seating arrangements site the Cardinals. 1 p.m.-Sermon, Father JohnF.
against, and 781 voted for it Father Mortimer Danaher I honor to Christ the King in-
of the council Fathers This was obviously a recogni- executive secretary of the forthcoming diocesan Wells; choir mu>.C.
butwith the reservations. Thus was first noted at this tion of the claim of the patri- Eucharistic Congress, demonstrates the seating arrangement for the various schoolsof 1:30( p.m.-Rosary, Father; vohes, Catholics In 41 countiesf
chapter failed by 78 votesto assembly. Patriarchs had been archs the Diocese at the Suns' Stadium October ) Florida which are includedn
-chiefly Eastern rite on 27. The school principals in Jacksonville Thomas F. Kelly sermon,
thirds obtain majority.The the. required two. previously assigned places in prelates-that they enjoy rightof met with him to plan hospitality for the other Sisters and to have an understanding :Father Thomas J.; Burns; j the Diocese of St. Augustine.This .

the first row of the section reserved precedence equal if not of the places designated.for the children in the Congress area at the stadium that reading of Scripture, Father week, Father Danaher
seeming contradiction for Archbishops. Now superior to Cardinals.Disaster day. Thomas R. Gross. said he hopes Catholic people
_; in the assembly's action was ,.m Invite their non.Catholicneighbors

explained by two factors: First, Pope Beatifies John Neumann For Diocesan Union Convention to the Eucharistic

the chapter involved more 1 Cable From Congress.The .
than the topics dealt with in occasion, he said Is an

the amendments.successful Second balloting, a on tallyon the Sign Seen of American Holiness In I.-Archbishop Holy Name Men Given I pray opportunity together.for The all observancehas citizens to

a chapter as a whole allows The following cablegramrom a threefold purpose, he

for casting votes not only for Ceremony Venerating U.S. BishopVATICAN { Rome arrived in Jackson- Theme said: public adoration of God;
or against, but also votes for ville just at press time: 'Lay Apostolate' a profession of faith by Cath-

but with reservations. Voteson CITY (NC-Pope) Paul has hailed the beatification of John Neumann To Father Mortimer Dan- olics; and promotion and

simple amendments must -the first United States male citizen to be declared a blessed as evidence of the aher from the Eternal City JACKSONVILLE-The "Lay Apostolate," theme of the prayer for unity.
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he either yes or no, and reserva- sancuiy! 01 uie.9 American where the Bishops of the annual convention of the Diocesan Union of Holy Name Priests on the Congress committee

tions are not provided for. people.The Bohemia, now part of Czech The Pope railed Bishop Catholic world are assembledin Societies, will be underscored by major addresses planned hope that all the Cath-

The great number of res.ervations Pope's words climaxeda oslovakia.He Neumann a "pioneer one general council, I send during the convention schedule. Holy Name men will hold olic people will receive Holy

explains the failureof day which was full of emo- was a pioneer Priest in of that wonderful chain of greetings and blessing to all their conferences at Hotel Roosevelt October 25-26, climaxing -

the chapter as a whole to tion and rejoicing for the the Church in the United Bishoplio prepared the taking part in our Eucharistic the convention by their attendance at the diocesan The Congress Times
States. He the first leaders .
win passage.! opened of the Catholic hierarchy -
thousands of Americans Congress. Eucharistic
present school in the United State Congress. Mass, 11 am., October 27,
for Italian *
1 The defeat of the text was at the and for immigrants Deal
ceremony and imbued them with those In Jacksonville, as at Archbishop Joseph I' Hur Fathers Suns' Stadium, Jacksonville.
explained by some Bishops by the Church throughout the in Philadelphia; he opened a Rome, we shall be united in Icy will address! the HolyXame '
Eucharistic
virtues of dedication, zeal, Congress
the fact that in dealing with world. special school for the city's fervent for banquet on Saturday
practical efficiency and absolute prayer peaceand WithChapter closes with 3 p.m. Benedic-
concelebration of the Mass Bishop Neumann fourth Negro children in pre-Civil faithfulness unity among the followers night, October 2fi.
which still
tion.
: the offering of the Holy Bishop of Philadelphia ((1852- War Philadelphia; he learned distinguish! the tenerable and of Christ and for the extension Father Dennis McCarthy On
d Eucharist by two or more O.P., the national director of LaityBy
of His
1860)), was of Sudeten-German Gaelic so he could hear the Plllplal"YlIIel'ican episcopate. kingdom
Priests jointly at the same the Pon-
men. Holy Name Societies will attend Communion during
altar-the chapter stated that extraction-born in Prachtitz, I confession of Irish immigrants. .. among. the convention. He and >l'gr. Jame I. Tucek tifical Mass. Father Danaher
..___,.:__ _.. ....L_ _r.__.u Archbishop Hurleyi&uxiliaryBishop.
permission for concelebration peaK1g aL me cuifiiiuuu : Monsignor Harold F. Jordan, VATICAN CITY (XO) The' said that the Sunday obligation -

could be granted by "the Help Included. ,;portion of the beatification" cerrtnonytheTVOpe ..... .. spiritual moderator of the Fathers _of the ecumenical is fulfilled at the Congress
rdillary."-Such"vording; these paid' tfibule"to '% Diocesan Union, both will be council voted by an overwhelming Mass.
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Fathers said, would allow permission the Sudeten-German origin AVASHIXCTOX (XC)-Monsignor heard by convention delegates. majority on Tuesday to end He emphasized that Catholic
In Mission Sunday Plea ; John J. Ward, vice-
to be granted not only \of( Bishop Neumann as he said They will speak Saturday their discussion of the second churches in Greater Jacksonville
officials of the archdiocesan
by the diocesan Bishop the ]in German: "For you belovedsons morning on the lay apostolate. chapter of the draft proposalor will not offer regularly
Ordinary of the place-but also ST. AUGUSTINE-Part of Sunday's collection for the : and daughters of Bohe- tribunal of Los Angeles, has Several prominent laymen schema-"On the Nature of scheduled Masses on Sunday,

certain other churchmen, such Propagation of the Faith will be used to help needy victims j mia, today is a day of heartfelt Bria been and named Auxiliary titular to Bishop Francis of have accepted invitations to the Church" and to go on to October 27, after 9 am. (In

as abbots, who also enjoy of the several natural dis- collection they will respond joy and deep jubilation, for one Cardinal McIntyre, Archbishopof participate, Monsignor Jordan debate the third chapter.The event of rain, he said, a 12
"ordinary" Jurisdiction over asters of recent date. states. The program will be detailed "second chapter deal o'clock Mass will be celebratedin
willingly. POPE, Page 8 Los Angeles.
their communities. These :Fathers Father Irvine Nugent, chancellor later.Jacksonville. with the hierarchical structure each parish).

indicated that the vote said this week that Holy Name men of the Church. The third Family group are encouraged .

might have been different had Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley serving on the committee an- deals with the laity. to attend the Congress
the chapter restricted permission had directed him to ask for aid nounce that convention registrations Following the vote, the secretary together.Kindergarten .

for concelebration to the for these people when the spe- j will be accepted at the general of the council, children and

"Ordinary of the place. cial Mission Sunday collectionis Roosevelt Hotel headquarters Archbishop Pericle Felici an- youngsters in grades one, two,

? The 781 Fathers who \oted taken. beginning at 5 p.m. on Friday nounced that the following day three and four said Father

"",It h reserations"eve' ; required "At this time" Father October 25 and again resumingat the text of four amendmentsto Danaher, are asked to sit with

h)" the regulations to Nugent's October 15 letter 9 a.m. the following morning the second chapter would be their families in the stadium.

append to their %ote a note stated, "when our sympathygoes distributed and that a vote Grade school and high school

explaining their reason forth to our fellow Chris _- iMW The annual Rt'quiemra: would be taken on them the youth, grades five through 12,
The liturgical commission tians, who have been struck t4fl ::. Saturday for deceased Holy day afterward, October 17. will sit with their classmates.

evaluate and with disaster, I am confidentthat # w Same members is scheduledfor Thus, as the council Fathers After the Mass, these children
must now coordinate
if ;you present this appealto 8 am. at Immaculate heard the final speeches on the will be told to wait in their
A the observations of your people with a special 1L- Conception Church, a short second chapter of the schemaon places for the families to come
the Fathers who voted "with urgency in conjunction with ill distance from the downtown the Church, they simultan- for them.

reservations" and then submit the Propagation of the Faith U / convention headquarters. eously studied the proposed Ralph Jusko of Cincinnati,
I DCI t. Diocesan Union board members amendments to chapter two and now touring the Diocese hold-
i I :, "lIll have been advised to plan voted favorably on four amend-
Certain SchoiGiven Childrenal "Y' \" : I IJ' Ing area rehearsals of school
I ; their arrival in time three of the
; ,-" .'s. iiI to participate -ments to chapter choirs, will again direct the
? "/: '- :;. in the important meet- liturgy schema. choir
\ ,. massed of thousands of
Sped Holidayr .. ""' 4.tc'AI!';:" ing on convention proceduresset The four amendments: young voices.News.

,Y. ,,7 : ':" '. 1L for Friday at 8 p.m. in the Added to the liturgyFATHERS
JACKSONVILLE-Fathtive Mortimer Danaher, execu- I ;f,i'J:.. .;t Il''x. ( hotel's Colonial Room. Page 8

secretary of the coming diocesan Eucharisticthe

Congress, is also chairman of 1 Board of Catholic Schools.on / ? :f" Reds Held Priest After Notes

He "took off one hat and put the other," so to speak, in ... _
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announcing the schedule for s school children who do and .-_ :- ':,- .- On CongressTime
Served SentenceNEV
He Jail
do not have a holiday on !onday 1[ October 28, the day FOR OLDEST 3IISSION LIBRARY, ST. AUGUSTINE

after the Congress in Jack- "We are looking forward to Acquisition of a rare edition-a source book for De Soto's expedition to Florida- YORK (NC) -Asked why he remained in the : 11 aim through 3 p.m.

sonville. the opportunity of welcoming is a reminder that a library will be built in St. Augustine for the Mission of NombrcDe Soviet Union after serving a 15-year sentence imposed by Place: Jacksonville Suns' Sta
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Dios the oldest U.S. mission. Father Michael V. Gannon mission director is gath- dium.
,
everyone and have made every the communists upon him, American exchange prisoner

;1 DCCW Area \effort to arrange" for an enjoyable ing materials for the library to be constructed for the quadricentennial in 1965. Father Walter_ M. Ciszek S.J., 58, has said: "Because they High schools' holy hour at

star Father Danaherhas would not allow me to leave.." the coming Eucharistic Congress
said. Oldest Mission Obtains Rare BookB Abakan on the rim of Outer
Group to Hear( In a letter to parish who The was Priest a former and an American Fulbright Mongolia. to 2:30: has p.m.been set from 1:50-:

Priest! he outlined the reserved Mission! Xews Bureau ]Portugal. A second edition, 'The Florida of the Inca, A scholar, Marvin "... Makinen, In Norilsk he had a chapel *

Of Education areas for each individual RARE volume recently i with emendations, was pub- History of the Adelantado, Her- :24, both prisoners of the Reds, and was allowed to perform People will receive Holy
school choir ;group. A 1 lished Madrid in nando Governor and priestly functions, including Communion during the Solemn
'1 DELAXI Father discovered in Spain and at 1723.: de Soto were exchanged for two soviet :
Irvine Baptisms. Because of his religious
the benefit of
For of parents purchased for the Mission of The latter edition was the Captain General of the king-: held in the United States. Pontifical Mass. They
will address
the
Nugent A\om- activity he was sent to
]the children concerned, he has dom of Florida, and of other I released will abstain from solid food
en of Central Florida on Catholic the children Xombre de Dios in St. Augus-1 basis of the definitive Varner They were through Krasnoyarsk, where he
education, it was an stated in that Catholic schools enrolled inthese tine gives a poignant accountof i translation done at the University heroic Spanish and Indian 1 negotiations between Washington ;-labored in the same way," and from 8:30 a.m. and from
the death of Hernando de of Texas in 1931. cavaliers, written by the Inca, 1 and Moscow. liquids fiom 10:30: a.m. The
nounced here this week. then for the same reason was
cities are required to at- Soto, Florida's great pioneer, Father Gannon says the Garcilaso de la Vega, an officer Father Ciszek was born in Mass will begin at 11 a.m.
He Mill be the principal sent to Abakan.In .
tend the Congress on October in 1:>42. The book is "La i title page of the rare volume of His Majesty, and a native :Shenandoah, one of a family *
speaker at the October 22 and will be the 19H: the Jesuits! sent l
27 given day
of the city of Cuzco of four and The diocesan Eucharistic
Florida del Inca" by Garcilaso ]reads: great ( sons seven daugh-
meeting of the Orlando Central off on Monday[ after the Congress de la Vega, published at Madridin capital of the realms and provinces 1 ters. Two of his sisters, one a Father Ci-/ek to Home to t Congress will use the stadium
Deanery Council of Catholic : study throlo;:)'. While there
1723. of Peru. ]nun[ met him at Idlewild. seats for 12,000 person Seating -
Women in St. Peter par Fernandina Beach, Greater hr joined the By/an tine Kite I, will be provided the
: at site
Father Michael V. Cannon, Confirmation De Soto died on the banks of Father Ci/ek' was arrestedin
h.h Hl"I "HI. and
ordained in
Jacksonville, St. Augustine'; JHe was 193?
j for:
Mass will he offered at 9 aim Daytona Beach, Tallahassee, Director of the Mission of the Mississippi River in 1742. 1941 I in the sovieMx-cupied, in 193X was a'....i;:ned to a mission ( 10,000 j ersons. Many more
Xombre de Pios In St. Auug Schedule Garcilaso de la Vega described part of Poland, charged; with are expected to attend.
in the DeLand parish church. Lake City, DeLand, Ocala, Albyrtn ad Slonini, *
The morning business session Sanford Orlando, Winter Park : tine, Florida said XO,,". 8-Our Lady Queen of his last days: being a Spy' of the Vatican"and Poland. Forty-two Priests will
sentenced to 13 im give
years'
to be conducted by deanery t- and Maitland. the rare 1723 Spankhol- Martyrs "Desiring a. good father
Sarasota as prisonment.He World War II broke put the J Holy Communion to the people
president Mrs. Joel Sayers The attendance of the chil- ume recently was discoveredIn Xor.Incarnation, that the many hardships he next year luring Mass. The Priests will

: Jr. of Daytona Beach, will takeplace dren from these schools at the Spain and purchased for Sarasota! and his men had experiencedand spent five years in the In 1940, under terms of the go: Into the sections of the stadium -

at/ the Elks Club Congress he said will countas the new Mission library to Xov. ]". Venice that the expenditures they ]Lubyanka Prison In Moscow, ;Hitler-Stalin Pact, the sector designated for receiving

; The luncheon gathering of a regular school day for be built for the Quadricen Xov. 14-St. Monica, Palatka had incurred in the explora-then was sent to the penal
delegates will be the occasionfor them. tennial in, 1965. Xor. 13_St. Joseph, Loretto tion should not be wasted and camp of Xorilsk, north of the (Ciszek was stationed was taken S .

Father Nugent's talk. He is The Propers of the Solemn "La Florida del Inca" by Confirmation in these parishes without fruit for them, this Arctic; Circle._
chancellor of the Diocese, and Pontifical Mass at the Congress Garcilaso de la Vega' is one of will be administered heroic cavalier was absorbed When his sentence year his family received a postcard will be set aside privately In
presides over the parish of OurLady .will be sung by high the four principal sources for b)' the Right Reverend )Ion- day and night in the cares and was completed I from him saying he was 5 o ciboria and consecrated at

.of Lourdes in DaytonaBeach school students. De Soto's expedition to Florida signor William J. Mullally aspirations we have described, in 1955, he was allowed j in the Soviet Union. That was a Mass. Then, selected men j

and the Father Lopez' All Catholic high; school in 1539-43. The first edition was P.A, '''.F. when on the twentieth of June t o live in the Siberian regionIf the i l last word 'from him for from the Holy Name Society!

High School there. SCHOOLS, Page 8; published in 1605 at Lisbon, OLDEST, Page 8 c Krasnoyarsk, and later In :15 years. XEWS NOTES, PageS.




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I Page Two The Florida Catholic Friday Oct. 18, 1963 jrr( 1y Largo St PetersburgVINCENT

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ST. PATRICK DE PAUL

ST. PETERSBURGi "I"\ ... The Women's Guild of St. Monsignor James J. Meehan,
Florida .
Reports I .- '" .r + wtw .' Patrick parish, Largo will pastor of St. Jude parish In

w f:. sponsor a pancake week, October -St. Petersburg, has announcedan
28-November 2 at the
Jacksonville area meeting of membersof
TitusvilleST. '
i :: ,- x it Perkins Pancake House In
the Society of St. Vincentde
TERESA ST. MATTHEW Clearwater. Tickets may be

Members of the Catholic The Catholic Woman's Club [ 'r;, 'off: purchased after all Masses on Paul. All members of the

-GREENHOUSES Women's Club from Melbourne, opened the new season witha :t Sunday. Proceeds will be used society who reside In Largo,

200 Lahetlew AYe. So. led by Mrs. Jack Rube, held a Mass for its deceased memo < for the benefit of St. Patrick Seminole, Plnellas Park and

WE WIRE FLOWERS for the Cath- bers. The Mass was offered in ... 1-" a Church.
rosary workshop '",,., St. Petersburg and Beach are
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867-2136 << __
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ST. PETERSBURG olic Women's Club of Titus- St. Matthew's Church on OCt .! .;.... Palm Invited to a meeting In 8tJude'
ville's St. Teresa parish. Mrs. tober 14 by Father Daniel C. ,1>.' "i; BayST.
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auditorium, 58th Street
Rube discussed the methods Hegarty.A ., .e JOSEPHSt.
short business meeting and Fifth Avenue North, on
and reasons for making rosaries Joseph parish will spon-
Edouard C. Craig and then introduced her and coffee was held afterwards sor a Halloween carnival and Thursday, October 24, at 8

''r Contractor and Distributorfor assistants who led the work- at the home .of Mrs. bazaar on Saturday, October .

shop and demonstrated to the George P. Coyle. Mrs. John T. 26 on the church grounds from p.m.A national convention report

Vikon Metal Ceramic host Club how to make the Coyle and Mrs. Robert W. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. will be given.

and Mosaic Tiles rosaries.At Coyle were in charge of ar The carnival will feature 1

the business meeting rangements. A guest of the many kinds of booths and
917.94th St. So 347-4101
memberswere eVent was :Mrs. Ji H. Palmerof ,. and prizes will be ST. PETERSBURG
which followed, the <<, ;(o( E A,. :..: ':. games,
reminded to make donations Gainesville, past presidentof EAU GALLIE CATHOLICS PLAN BAZAAR awarded.'Refreshments will be
for the bargain shop the National Council of available throughout the carnivaL -
Father Martin B. Power has called for cooperation of all members of the Ascen-
ENJOY AUTOMATIC
sponsored by the Club. Catholic women, Books for the The public Is cordially MUMFORD
r new were distributed by sion parish in Eau Gallie to make successful the plans for the fourth annual bazaarto Invited to attend.
"KeepRiled"DELIVERY On Sunday November 3 year Air Conditioner
Befrlreratlo
the Club will celebrate the Mrs. A. J. Bertke, yearbook be given at the church on November 16. Organization assistance has been pledgedby H..t P rap $ertie.

chairman. from left, John Hett, Mrs.: Patrick Ryan, Mrs. Hank Levy, Ronnie Rickert and BrandonNATIVITY Good T7.*d ApplUneM
10th anniversary of its found 125.016. St. BBth>
Phone: ing and affiliation with the K OFO Mrs. Richard Ellzey.Gainesville Ph....

St. Pete- 898-1 I III I I DCCW and NCCW. Plans have Arlington Council 4727 The Home and School Association Day .....U'I' MU Stl-SMl

Clearwater446.8314i been completed for a Com Knights of Columbus, their I OrlandoST. TampaST. of Nativity School

munion breakfast for all the wives and guests were enlightened :ST. PATRICK JAMES JOSEPH Brandon, will hold a meetingon

a F
r a, ticipants will attend the 7:30: sults and Interesting highlights ,4 Sisters and lay teachers of St. its annual Halloween carnival elected officers of the Holy the Tampa Electric Leisure

OLDEST and LARGEST a.m. Mass for corporate Com of ecumenical councils by Fa- !j Patrick School were guests of October 20 from Noon until 9 Name society of St. Joseph's House. At this meeting a spe

I IN PINELLAS munion. Breakfast will followat ther Michael V. Gannon, director ;'4 St. Patrick's Woman's Club at p.m., and October 21 from parish 'was held on Sunday, cial guest, Sergeant Grahamof 'c 1w

the Rattan Room. Mrs. of the Mission of Nombre 'a covered dish supper which Noon until 9 p.m. The carnival October 13. The new officersare the Hillsborough County

Charles 'Welly and Mrs. James de Dios in St. Augustine, at a 1 ivas held in the parish hall. will include many games, : Gumersindo Mayor president Sheriff's Department, will pre-

FOR ADVERTISING Vevera co-chairmen for the recent meeting of the Jacksonville ,4 Several new members were in- booths, rides and other attrac- ; Anthony Agliano, vice- sent a talk on safety. All parents

INFORMATION IN council. |;troduced and welcomed to the tions for the whole family.On president; Steve Barcena, secretary are urged to attend.
,breakfast request that reservations Father Gannon showed
ST. PETERSBURG ]parish. Sunday, a roast beef ; and James Leone,
be in October colored slides he took while in
by 29.
CALL will be
dinner in the
Plans are being made for a served treasurer. The
Reservations may be made by Rome for the first session of ,ard C party to be held] on November school cafeteria beginning at Father John Stevens C.SS.R. /
347-5085
i Flower Dell
calling AM 7-0663) or AM 70659. the present council and gave 8 at the Holiday Inn. Noon and continuing until 7 has announced that the. Masson y ""

The Club will also sponsor a a talk on the history and ob- :rickets, will be $1 for adults p.m. On :Monday night, there the first Saturday of each Florist & Gifts a=

card at the WhisperingHills jectives of the Vatican coun- and 50 cents for students. Mrs. will be a dance, also in the month will be held in honor of 1621 Central St. Petersburg I'"

party cils. \;Clarence Doerr is chairman cafeteria, from 8 to 10 p.m. Our Lady of Fatima and for Phone: 862-4722 or 862-7961 Ir-
Country Club on Decem- ST. PAUL = "iE5T
i 51A j for[ the event. All parishioners and interested the furthering of vocations to ,
% At a recent meeting of St.
ber 5.
invited attend.
The monthly Communion persons are to the Priesthood or other religious
Paul's Guild, Mrs. Teresa Hoi- Blue Ribbon
for j[ the Women's Club will be ST. ANDREWAt vocations. The Mass is Jackson's ShoesLadies' Financingwill
loway, guest speaker, spoke on ,
INTEREST OccasionInmanIs 4 Sunday November 3 at the 9 the first meeting of St.Andrew's to be held in the school hall help buy or build
for you your
Rowers Every the challenging life of an au- : & Men'sClinic
a.m.Mass.: St. Joan's Circle will Guild, October 9, at 9 a.m.
home at lowest cost.
thor in new
obtaining background
i FlowersBonded 1 ae hostess at the coffee to be plans were discussed for the K of C Miller
CATHOLICChurch material. Mrs.: Hollpway has Put him to work for you.
Florist had many books and articles .\served following the Mass. annual dance to be held No- A luau menu featuring barbequed Vitality -WeyenbergCushioned
vember 16 at the Fern Creek First Federal SavingsAnd
Telegraph Delivery published among which Is pig will be prepared by Bellaires
-.. Church 3931 Central Ave. 862-3661 "Girl in Green," concerning ,ZephyrhillsST. Armory. The women of the the Knights of Columbus; Holy Loan AssociationOf

K School parish were invited to attend Rosary Council 5092 at Mary 641 Central l Ave. 862-1355 St. PetersburgCall
1 careers in Girl Scouting. Following I: JOSEPH
the fall Deanery meeting in Help of Christians School on
the business meeting,
{ Forty Hours Devotions have
BONDS DeLand on October 22. The October 27 from 10
Sunday,
HEINZEN A1flh1It a luncheon was served by ]1 been planned 'for St. Joseph *

1t - - circles five and six, Mrs. M. C. ]parish, Zephyrhills, for October practice members: 15 of minutes the Guild before will a.m. to 5 p.m. There} will be any time of day or night FREE- 24-HOUR, '
Shaar and Mrs. J. T. Monaga < prizes and games for childrenof
Father Cassian
I I DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. chairmen. ;,3.S.B.20-22, has announced.The Foley each regular meeting for the all ages. Proceeds will be PHONE 342-8821 Ambulance ServiceThl

401 Florida ThtfttM Building Missa Cantata on Communion used for the construction of a community service ,,Uhontnhl1lt"tlnn.ollrro

8t P<,t.rlbar 1, Fl..Ph. 861-0281 SERVICE Lake Wales devotions will begin: Sundays. new council hall for the K of C. : 0 Fully Trained
n
NAME ........................ FREE PICKUP DELMERT14th HOLY SPIRIT !after the 10 o'clock Mass. Eve Program chairman, Mrs. J. Tickets will be available at the Attendant! Oxygen Equipped
St. & 18th A\"e. So. ning devotions will be given at ..Ambulance Anywhere within
ADDRESS MVCUT. .................. Phone 847-6288 Members of the Catholic i iWomen's 730.: The sermons will be Glaser, introduced Sister Mary picnic or by calling Rick City Limit
HH GKEKV STAMPS! Angeline C.P.P.S., principal of 8391038.
at
: ...........?? STATE....... tth St. & 18th Are. So. Club opened the ]preached by Father Foley .and St. Andrew School who spokeon Gaughan C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL HOME
Phone 80 -41SS Club attending Mass '
F.C. year by
Father John C.
h i offered by Father Arthur Dun- (;C.SS.R. Cavanaugh. :;- "Christian Formation." This DeLandST. Complete Funeral Services from $175 80 1-59th St. No.GIVEN .
.is'a new.program being taught
nigan on October 1. After the .., PETER
Beach Bank served. q r'ti'1.he'school this year. A social '
Madeira breakfast
Mass, a was St. eo.i A project of St. Peter's :
preceding the business meet I : :hour followed the meeting. new & BUSHMAN
.
is
MADEIRA BEACH Altar and Rosary Society
ing at which Mrs. Thomas McKenna ABBEYThe
Member Maitland the parish Catholic Youth Or
Benedictine communityof ,
presided.The
Federal Insurance Corp. ganization. The first organiza- ,.: "
.
Deposit 1"-
: ,'
Club will sponsor a I St. Leo Abbey recently completed ST. MARY MAGDALENSt. ,
tional meeting of this
Phone 39l-99ll Open Sat. 9-12 group THIITUYflEftf I
bake sale October 19 in their Forty Hours, De-
Catholic
on Mary Magdalen '. j jI
was held on October 2 in the : '
front of the publix market in 'votions. The sermons and devo- Women's Guild, under the parish hall. :Mrs. John Mat- : a

Lake Wales. Mrs. Al Meyer is tions were given by Father chairmanship of Mrs. Joseph tingly, chairman of the project t"S'

chairman for the sale. Martin Guiteras O.S.B.FROM Bourch will sponsor a rectory and her committee assisted

Winn'sRESTAURANT fund card party to be held at ,with- the formation of the new eIllY

the Mt. Vernon Lodge, Winter
Park, Wednesday October 23 'group. Sy Given Bob Bushman
r < Father Patrick Malone spoketo ATTKM)4IK SHOPPING CENTER
at 8 p.m.Tickets. the group, outlining the pur- RIO 3Jth AVENUE .NO.. ST. PKTKRSHL'Kr. FLA. PHONE "'1-OI8

I FULL COURSE DINNERS, EVERY DAY $100 I are $1.25 per person poses of the organization. He

and are limited. For reservations emphasized that the only train-

-T- call Mrs. Robert Bru- ing involved would be in the

FRIDAY SPECIAL! SUNDAY SPECIAL! : baker 6473805. operation of a self-sustaining Cost Free Checking -

BAKED ROAST LI. _. Mrs. Robert Oliver, Mrs. organization. Officers electedat
| Bowen Mrs. William
$110 $150 John the meeting are: Steve Accounts

HADDOCK DUCKLING Burgan and Mrs. William Tis- Baldauff, president; Barbara NATIONAL

Complete DINNER-Complete .,;, dale are in charge of prizes. Keen, vice-president; CindyVan Available(

.,
r Hook, secretary-treasurer; or 1r,rtnututo

f N .." Daytona Beach Jim Norconk, sergeant-at-arms; Accounts May Be
K A
siii
< t .' and Paul Tennant, chaplain.
MATER DEI Opened By Mail
a For Clubs t" .' nI The first general meeting of Also elected were Tim Mat-

Mater Del Associates, Daytona tingly, chairman of entertain- THE NATIONAL
For Name BANKOF
Holy Beach, will be held on October ment, and Sandra Hennessey

: :- Breakfast "__ 24 at St. Paul School's cafeteria I chairman of the dance com- ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA

*..*. 'T : ; at 8 p.m. At this meeting, mittee. 1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH
.. For Church I E the chairmen of the various Plans for a breakfast to be Member F.D.I.C.

GatheringsWlsterDONUT committees will be presented. :served by the St. Theresa GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK

iic: 3 Persons from all Catholic parishes I Circle of the Rosary and Altar
\.
attend. Society at the Orlando Central
.CaA. # are invited to Deanery meeting were

ST. PAUL I completed at a recent meeting.The .
,., .. The civics club of St. Paul KINGflSHRESTAURANT
IS '....""" ..4. .. "' : ,:. Deanery meeting will be
School, Daytona Beach, this
ST. PETERSBURG TO KOREA held in DeLand on October 22.
week received its charter from
or Just drop in anytime :Mindful of :Mission Sunday's appeal, Maryknoll the Commission on American Breakfast will be served in the
the
Pasadena Ave., 341-7041 34th St., 898-4343 motherhouse in New York recalls that gifts to the Pro. Citizenship i n Washington :parish hall following Mass
and Benediction of the Blessed
i pagation of the Faith collection help support far-flung D.C. The charter recognizes '
1 Sacrament at 9 a.m.
missions. For instance, Sister Maura Therese, (above), affiliation of the local unit 1 SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST
The Home and School
the former Betty Roberts of St Paul parish in St with the national organizationat committee -
of St. Peter's Rosary Golden Fried
Boiled
Petersburg, is serving in the Catholic University of or Shrimp
BUDDY HILL'SAUTO Altar entertained at
Korea.St. America. The pupils of grade Society Succulent Scallops
for
eight comprise the local club 'an informal reception
PetersburgCDA Luscious Lobsters
membership. 'newly confirmed members of
SALES the Confirmation class. The t
The officers of the club here YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER _
.o which held in
reception was
DELTA Court Sancta Maria, No. 952, are: Thomas Gildea, president; SERVED OCEAN FRESH
Featuring: the parish hall was given after HUSHFUPPIES AND ROLLSChicken
Veale vice-president -
,, Catholic Daughters of America Malaky: ; administration of the
the
COR VA IRS eU2 0' Dianne Vance recording secretary and SteaksAt
7 will sponsor a Marian tea on Dena Stelling, corre- :sacrament in St. Pet e r's Famous Johns
Pass
FALCONSVAUANTS I Church, October 7.
Saturday, October 19, from 2 to sponding secretary; Dennis
: Refreshments were servedby
St. Petersburg Price, sergeant-at-arms.
: -. 4 p.m. in the Catholic Daugh Mrs. Chester Kazmierczak
._. FAIRLANE 500'sCHEV 1 9th North
4645 Street
't1.1'5o -< Mrs. Claude Van Hook, Mrs.
tern hall in St. Petersburg. Snell IsleST. y
,
..
II's --. H 1.1 Frank Butterworth Mrs. Rich- l'

F-85's -, RAPHAEL ,ard Calkins and Mrs. Leo No After Church

f HOLIDAY COUNTRY CLUBPar Father William J.Vein- :(lan. Approximately 175 persons /i

TEMPESTS \ heimer encourages all women :attended the reception includ- Meet'All Your

BUICK SPECIALS .- :-i. 3 Golf CourseI In the parish to attend the ing parents and guests of

-'*- & : .:' I Block North of Tyrone Blvd. on 66th St. N. membership tea of the St.Raphael's :those confirmed. FriendsAtThePark

.' '. (Near Crossroads Shopping Center) Guild on October U'S,'
MANY OTHERS 2 to1 It will be Gallie
24 from p.m. Eau
9 HOLES $1.00 ALL DAY _.$1.50 routs
served at the home of Mrs. VW ioutp Lane

We specialize in financing ; R. W. Roberts, 515 Bright- ASCENSIONAt 5:41 ii: M M 11S JAS

waters Boulevard Snell-Isle. the October meeting of
.
We consider 90 days cash For Catholics Of Pinellas County :. '. the Ascension pari Catholic Your Second Cup of Coffe

,. -- .. .. -.- .' --I < -" MasaryktownST. -. Women's Club, plans were discussed Fill
"Calvary CemeteryEndowed for the annual Communion
NO PAYMENTS 'TIL JAN. 15, 1964 MARY breakfast,* a yearly y. u.e.c

CareU. Father Ralph Cinque O.S.B. project of the Club. The. break:. .

18th & Central AvenueSt. announced that the new schedule fast will follow the 8 o'clock TYRONE SHOPPING CENTER
ACCTCDIA
S. 19 at 58th St. No. Phone 526-4238
for Sunday Masses at St. Mass November 24 and will Arc I Cm A 1031 ssth ST. NO."Mf .

Petersburg Office Open 9-4 P.M. Daily & 1-4 P.M. on Sunday Marys Church Masaryktown be givenat Canova Beach. The

will be 7, 9, and 10 a.m. donation is 125. Complete Luncheons Monday tlirn Saturday
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Oct. 18, 1963 Page Three
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Lay Refreafants
BLESSED SACRAMENT Mass GuideSUNDAY I -

Blessed The "Sacrament"omen'sG' u i I of To Meet at Tampa Capitol City Parish Host St. Augustine

helda
parish
T..UU'\-The annual meet, : October 30 _
'me ting'on Wednesday, October of the West Florida Catholic 20th Sunday after Pentecost. :
ing tx Women's
To DeaneryBy
9, at which Lawrence Laywomen's Retreat Association (Mass of Sunday Gloria., : EUGENE L. BARNES
C'harbonneau, president of the
Creed, Preface of Trinity.)
will be held Sunday
Holy Name Society, invited the Angela Cox & SON
October 20, at 2:30 p.m. at the MONDAY October 21
women: to be guests 0 f the Deanery Publicity Chairman REALTORS & INSURORS
St. Lawrence parish hall, 5225 (Mass of preceding Sunday
Holy Name men at a breakfastto 65 King StreetSt.
asked
TALLAHASSEE Mothers of families
,North Himes Avenue, Tampa. 2nd Prayer of St. Hilarion, were
be
served after the monthly Father Laurence E. Higgins, 3rd Prayer of Sts. Ursula and here to stress family participation on the last Sunday in Augustine

Communion'.ember 3. on Sunday, No spiritual director of the organ- Companions, Common Pre October at the diocesan Eucharistic Congress in Jackson Established 1895

ization, has announced that face; or St. Hilarion, Gloria, ville. Father Mortimer Danaher, speaking at the meeting
On Friday, October :23, the
plans; for future activities for 2nd Prayer of Sts. Ursula and of the St Augustine Deanery Council of Catholic Women
parish will a Halloween
carnival sponsor and fish dinner. the intensification of the retreat Companions, Common Preface I held in Blessed Sacrament parish, urged all present to use PONTIACAmerica'

movement will be form .) w I influence for the success of .
Mr. and :Mrs.: Car
Joseph Earp are n n- - \o. 1 Road
ulated; officers will be elected TUESDAY, October 22 'the! Congress. spiritual that goes deep
co-chairmen for the event.
Tickets will be sold after all at! this meeting. (Mass of preceding: Sunday} [ The Jacksonville Priest is within us, a faith that lives.we BANTA BROS.St. .
Area directors, parish representatives Common Preface.) bring into our everyday
.
Masses: for the next two Sun- jii. executive i secretary of t h ePriests'
Use this and will far Augustine'
go
you
retreatants asso-
,
'lays.JACKSONVILLE. WEDNESDAY) October 3 JACKSONVILLE BEACII BENEFIT.St. committee for the
ciate members and all women as women and responsible
St. .Anthony Mary Claret. Paul's Women's Guild committee members plan- Congress. He has called for the citizens.
interested the retreat move (Mass of a Confesso .Bishop, children to be at the Jacksonville
ning for the benefit show and buffet invite patronageat
ment are urged to attend. Before the women adjournedfor
Gloria, Common Preface.)
j the Jacksonville Beach event on October 19, in the ball park by 10:30: a.m. on a tour of the state capitol THINKINGABOUTMORE

a San Antonio THURSDAY, October 24 school cafetorium. On the committee, seated from left, the morning of the Eucharistic and the governor's mansion,
St. Raphael the Archangel. .
are :Mrs. James Mabry, Mrs. James Messinese, Mrs. Congress.A the following announcementswere
.
HOLY NAME (Mass of feat: Gloria, Common
I gathering in Jackson-
Richard Stecher, :Mrs. James Curington; standing, :Miss made:
: The annual fall festival Preface.)
spon- Tille of the of fain
majority :Mrs.: Hollis Crisp gave the
'I Sylvia Cavanaugh and Mrs. Glover Weise. INSURANCE?
ST=RROOM sored by Holy Name Academy FRIDAY October 25 Hies in the Diocese, he date of the day of recollection.It .

will 1 be held Sunday, October (Mass! of preceding Sunday, strewed at the deanery meeting will be held at Christ the AskFRANK '

20 beginning at 3 p.m. The 2nd Prayer of Sts. Chrysanthus Congress Cover Design/ will make outstandingthe King Church, Arlington, on

festival, which will be held on and Dada, Common demonstration of faith December 9. HOWES

the school grounds, will feature Preface.) that marks the coming Con. Mrs. Frank Strickland placedthe
chicken dinner to be Work of Adrian Dominican
a October affiliation about
CHA" OAt. BROtLXD SATURDAY, 26 gress. deadline for reports

STEAKS served from 5-7 p.m. Ticketsfor (Mass of the Blessed! Virginfor Father Patrick :M.: Madden, at February 15.
JACKSONVILLE-A Sister of St. Dominic of Adrian
Fot *f Braver M. Aiaduct adults are $1.25, and 75 Saturday, Gloria, 2nd host to the delegates last week, Shrine contest entries were Gulf lifesADAPT
Michigan has designed the cover for the souvenir
EL 4-8I3S cents for children.EAS'T Prayer of St. Evaristus Pre program also spoke on Eucharistic Con judged by :Mrs. George P.

face of the Blf'ssedhogin; or commemorating_ .u the diocesan Eucharistic Congress in gress plans. He referred to the Coyle, Mrs. Clarence Williams -

St. Evaristus, Pope-Martyr, Jacksonville, October 27. fact that the idea originated in and Mrs. Edward Curley. The

ERLI'NG: ; PHARMACYI.K : Gloria 2nd Prayer of the The Congress committee recently chosen for the brochure'srover. France in 1891, when a woman winners were all from Jacksonville A- PLAN.
.
People at the Congress!
Blessed Virgin for Saturday, offered a competitionfor will receive a copy of the presented the plan to an in- in this order; Sacred This Gulf life agent can. *."
:; .' .% PKKsCHIPTlOX: SF It 'ICE Common Preface.) the cover design to artistsin dustralist who supplied the Heart, San Jose, Blessed Trin- you how, with Adapt-A-Plan,

Drug C'eometie. Cigar and Camera Luncheon Department and Soda," Bar SUNDAY, October 27 the congregations of the brochnre. means to advance the international ity. Honorable mention went your insurance It odoptablt.For .
Free Pickup and Delivery Father Danaher expressed example, a family Income-
X03t Blandlnc Blvd Ly 8-0734, S-07S5 21,ht Sunday after Pentecost. Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Eucharistic Congress to Fernandina Beach and the olio provide substantial -
appreciation to all the Sisters plan can
ISlI J.mme. K.I. 771-6903 (Mass of Sunday, Gloria, Augustine, Sisters of St. Bene- movement. Catholic Daughters of Americain retirement Income.
Owner-Manager
D. Q. KASTKHLING who entered renderings. The
Creed, Preface of Christ the dict in San Antonio and to the entire Congress committee, he Some 200 women were in attendance St. Augustine. Give him a call) todayl

King.) Adrian Dominicans. Thirty-two said, was impressed by the at the deanery meet Mrs. Don Ennesey, presidentof P. O. BOX 548
/ entries were presented to the Blessed Sacrament Wom VA 4-2385
ing Mass offered by Father
meaningful art work and all
Miami program committee. an's Guild, was affiliation ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
the Priests are grateful for the Madden. :Mrs.: Aguiar A. Reyesof

BARRY COLLEGE"The Judges were hard put to Sisters' contribution to the St. Augustine, deanery president hostess.w. .

I Catholic Intellectual select one among the many program. conducted the businessof (.

Revival," will be the topic of beautiful designs submitted, according This year's program, said the day.A Offer To A Select ClienteleA

Dr. Frank J. Sheed, noted to Father Mortimer Father Danaher, will be larger speaker during the after Limited Number Of Platted ante essEctricCooMng

Catholic lay theologian, whenhe Danaher, executive secretaryfor than in the past at St. Peters noon was Mrs. Daisy Parker, Fear And, Fly Improved And Six Family ACT Estate Parcel

inaugurates the ninth annual the diocesan Eucharistic burg and Orlando. Hymns that professor of political scienceat

a aitdttll FLORIDANATIONAL Barry Culture Series at Congress. will be sung will be includedas Florida State University. Mission Valley

nw tp t ilfIt 8:15: p.m., Sunday, October 20 Sister Lilia O.P. presented well as other pertinent material Commenting on women as responsible -

b fI in the Barry College audito- the design that was finally he said. citizens, the educator Estates A.cleaner. N

raRl Ilia rium. .. referred to Florida lawmakersin
> ...,
Ij -- ---- -- ":< The author of several books, regard to legislation discriminating Laurel Road Eait Sarasota Co.

Dr. Sheed is a regular columnist J''svo against women. Laurel Florida !

''r BANK OF JACKSONVILLE for "The Florida Catholic." She said that the 19th amend- AD006(tO) Snap

ment for women's suffrageis Brochure, Restriction and
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PALM BAY CATHOLICS PLAN CARNIVALBelk
GAIN ESVILLE.S FINEST HOME VALUES I I! READY them their talents for faster safer
Lindsey's manager G. A. Perrine buys a ticketto
20th morality. cheaperFlameless
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Pt Our new GIFT-TIME CATALOGUE Bay. On hand to boost sales, with Sister :Mary of the stated, "with something for the ek.of your homeGREGG'S is the BIG
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JUST TWO BLOCKS FROMST. eas gifts of Quality and varietyfor HOME OF FLOWERS ranges
Christinas or any occasion. ford and Mrs. Walter Schmitt. appliance dealer.
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OCTOBER 27 suggestive (J) situations. (K) tone, (V) excessive brutality;
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; Frank J. Sheed Father John B. SheerinCouncil's I. .

Catholic Comment ;.

Why, Believing: as we Do, Work Can Be Understood!


Do we Behave as we Do? In Rome, In a build- Then he goes on to show that the separated brethren, towards -

II A Responsible and Responsive Laity HERE not far from St. there is something every Cath- the non-Christian world,
'TF I believed what Catholics say they believe, I '
\I Peter's, the United States olic can learn from the council even (as we noticed In one
<'< patron saint of parish Priests, St. possess the prudential judgment to see wouldn't sin I wouldn't dare to, and I wouldn't Bishops' press panel holds Its and not only from the council -. Bishop's talk) manifesting a

THE Vianney, found his new parishof that the time and energy that God has want to. But Catholics do sin, very much like other people.So dailv---J -----u--o mpptin ofO;:- itself but from the living concern for atheists.

Ars an extremely apathetic group. As given over and above what is needed for they don't really believe." The American example of Pope John who convened Every Catholic is at least

far as the Saint could judge, the weekly work and home be handled with a sense There is an even tougher objection how is it possible Bishops haveappointed ''pwiiat. the council. dimly aware that something
for a man who has all the powers sanctifying a God speaks through his wonderful Is taking place In
what is
of discretion and
dance with its attendant immorality was more important,
to staff of ex- saints and the lesson that the Church and this wonderful .
act
if he
gives exactly as
the root cause of the indifference of his with a sense of deep and abiding concern grace
is perts In theo- God has taught through Pope change is that the Churchno
hadn't
? But that not of the
one
the questions -
flock. St. John's solution to the problem for Church.A .
logy, scripture, John is that we must!! think longer considers itself a
He who has received the seal of people ask us, because they haven'ta
was characteristically straightforward. person canon law etc. less about ourselves and conquering warrior but the
paid the fiddler to stay away. No music, Christ in Baptism and who has been notion of what sanctifying grace meansto to meet daily more about others. suffering servant of Chrlst-

no dance. strengthened as a soldier of Christ in Confirmation 1 us. Anyhow the objection stated here is with the press That is the lesson that God with accent on servant.

The parish Priest of today wants his does not merely possess the tough enough. :My own guess is that it is and help them has taught our age and Pope On October 3, Cardinal Ler.

people to exercise their faith by cooperating right to work under his Bishop, but alsoan the principal reason why people don't join under stand John's example is so conspicuous caro of Bologna asserted that
the Church. In the practical order, the -..\..-.. :- ...-- be "the real doctrine of the
in the missionary task of the Church.He obligation. The seal of the sacrament, : is happening : that one would have to

wants fishers, catechists, and helpers marking a man off as belonging to Christ, strongest argument against the Faith is in the council. Thereare blind to miss the lesson. He Church" is that its role is one

in the variegated work of the modern makes that man a bearer of the good ourselves! For our own sake, quite apart outstanding scholars loved all men so sincerely that, of generous service with no

parish. However today's Priest cannot tidings of the mercy of God; he dare not from the objector's, we should take a good look at it. among the, members of the as Father Congar says of the expectation of reward.

merely pay the fiddler to stay away. He be silent about the One who died to save Why, believing as we do, do by such truths, nourished by panel. The other day as I Pope's death," "Humanity had What is true of the Churchis
looked also true of memberof
out at the audience of lost a father. every
do?
behave
would have to destroy TV sets burn down him. we as we such sacraments
we are so
I asked Millions of Catholics the Church. The council
reporters myself: will throughout -
movie houses, sink boats, seal off bowling During this year, Priests all over the Part of the answer is thatit horribly like everybody else. the Catholic lay people of the the world hardly know Fathers are re-learning the
alleys infinite number of Diocese will call on the bearers of Christ's is quite possible to believe, There are moments when we
sabotage an is
and believe that the world really understand what what the Council Fathers are lesson that so easy to forget,
social in short he would have to ranks with the Priests sincerely feel as if we were two people,
groups j to Baptism join Church teaches truths en- they read in their papers? talking about when they speakof the lesson that every ChristianIs

do away with the myriad number of distractions under the Bishop to spread the Gospel and trusted to her by God, and yet believing without doubt, acting What will these theological justification, ecumenism, servant to his neighbor.For .

that modern man has provided to work for the renewal in the Church never bother to learn what dead against what we believe.If debates mean to millions sources of revelation and con- years we read the Pope's

himself with to fritter away the hours of that the Popes have insisted on. This call these truths are and what we are serious, we have to of Catholics in the barrios! of celebration. But they don't title but did not comprehend
try to find out why. One wayor Latin Americas in the hill need to know to it Servus servorum Del (Ser
leisure bestowed on him by an automated20th is a grace from God to sanctify oneself in flows from them. any theology -
century. another, the answer lies in towns of Italy, even in the realize that this good and vant of the servants of God).
working for the sanctification of others.It This sort of unconcern can
Precisely because of these distractions the distinction between know- New York skyscrapers? simple man, the "good Pope We read but did not comprehend
issue in sheer
stupidity-people -
the modern Christian must possess the must be heeded; it must be accepted by asking, How much can I ing and realizing.The Will "the people of God" John," was given us by God to Christ's words, "" ho-

all those who act with the conviction that world about us seems so really understand all this theo show us what God requires of ever wishes to be greatest
maturity and zeal to commit himself to have of the pleasures of the
much more real than God. We logical discussion about the us In the second half of the among you, let him be your
the authentic of Christ must heaven
extending Christ's Kingdom that other message world without losing ?
know it is not, of course, but Church as "the people of God?" 20th century. slave. Even as the Son of Man
times had no need of. Each individual reach all They are rather like a childat
must ears.
that's how we feel. The world Father Yves Congar O.P. What is this? Says Father came not to be served but to
the party wondering just
how much he can eat without presses in on us through all has given the best answer to Congar: "He asks of us many serve ." (:Matt. 20,27)).

Father John J. Castelot being sick on the carpet: he five senses (plus some ways that question. In his article in things but above all, He wantsus What does the council
even more intimate); it solicitsus the French periodical, Informa- to rid ourselves of preoccupations mean to the laity?
usually is sick on the carpet.
I I through every appetite.God lions Catholiques (October 1)) of power in order that Many of the laity have a com
But short of that foolish
Depth Beauty Heard in 'MiserereONE does none of the these Father Congar says that some we might simply love men as prehensive knowledge of the
limit, it is possible for Catho-
thin ". Spiritual reality can- of the questions debated in the God loves them and to love lay-to-day developments of the
lics to give little thoughtto
; of the most frequently And so he begins with a 1)s.1lmist acknowledges the very not be seen, tasted! smelt, council seem to be totally unrelated them with the heart of God council. But to all the faithful,
what God is saying throughthe
I psalms in the liturgyof frank acknowledgement of his influence of what we call, in Church.In felt; it has no access! to the to the problems of the who has redeemed them no matter how unlettered they

the Church is psalm 50. the sad state of soul, wailing: technical language, concupis living their daily lives, imagination, it makes no pic faithful, and he cites a letter he through love." might be, the council should

"! "Miserere." Its lyrical beauty "Against you only have I cence. they conform easily enough to tures. received from a lay person who One need not be a theologianto mean the spirit of Pope John's

and depth of sinned, and done what Is evil In verse 9, the "Asperges" of what is customary in their social The sheer intensity of the said that the collegiality of the realize that the Church in selfless service and this Is the

feeling make it In your sentence, vindicated our Sunday High Mass, he borrows group: what everybodydoes here-and-now pleasure that sin episcopate does not interest the council is not turned inwardson basic lesson that clergy and

truly outstanding when you condemn." a figure from the ritual can't be so very wrong. If promises is not matched by laity. itself but outwards towards laity must learn and relearn.

in r e 11- His open confesion will makeIt religion counter
i prescribed for the cleansing of they are forced to face a par- anything
glous 11 t era- clear to people that his suf- a leper. ticular moral issue, they can- offers. The temptation to sin so -
is the result of his From the Editor's Des k
The fering
ture. open- The psalmist recognizes that not. believe that God actually often seems irresistible, the

ing verse state wickedness and they will his sin is more loathesomethan demands as much as that, they temptation to virtue so very

I its generaltheme recognize that God is supremely God themselves wouldn't if they resistible.Yet .
any leprosy; only can Reasons Behind the I
: "Have \S.- just. cleanse him of it. were God. both the belief and the Congress
mercy on me, The unhappy man goes fur- from sin are quite
In the third stanza he asks Yet when the chip! are pressure
0 God, in yourgoodness ther: he admits not only the not only for divine forgivenessbut really down, people in this real. The conflict is no sham- THE latter part of October which men gather around the The result, we pray, will be

: in actual fault for which he is for a complete renewal of state would die rather than fight. be an Important time altar to offer, with the Priest, for the honor of God and for

the greatness of your compassion being chastised. He confesses his spirit that he be deny Christ and His Church: Grace aiding, faith can win. for the Catholics of this diocese Christ to the Father and to the spread of the Faith. Every

wipe out my offense. that he has been attracted to able to live so in God's may and willingness to die is a But in this life the victory is On October 27 clergy, religious partake of His very person, Is public manifestation of the

Thoroughly wash me from my evil from the very first moment henceforth and avoid presence sin in Mire test of belief never certain, and often looks and laity will conveneIn designed to reaffirm to an unbelieving Faith is an external grace. The

guilt and of my sin cleanse of his existence: the future. Even a failure of courage at hopeless. Jacksonville for the third world our deep faith simple example of a person say.

me." While the Old Testament the last moment would not Yet two things must not be Eucharistic Congress held un- in the Real Presence of Christ. ing grace before meals can bean

The psalmist Is In anguish contains no clearly defined Then In the fourth stanzahe mean that the belief was not forgotten. der the auspices of the Dioceseof Archbishop Joseph P. aid for someone h 0 is
t of body and soul, and he doctrine of original sin as such, promise:; to show; his for the truth who
genuine: the shame at failure 1. The man who believes St. Augustine. Anyone who Hurley keynoted this Idea seeking or
realizes that his suffering is a it certainly teaches the fact of gratitude by helping to con. could be its own kind of evidence with full understanding cannot has attended the previous con- prior to the 1961 Congress needs strengthening in his own

,horoughly deserved punish- that sin. vert other sinners, and he of the genuineness of,the help feeling a fool even in the gresses held at Orlando and when he wrote:. wavering convictions.On .

nent for his sins. The authors of the first chap- offers to God what he knowsis belief. high moment of sin, for he St. Petersburg will be vividly ". the most"pressing dutyof a larger scale, gatheringssuch
At the same<< time he I U ters of Genesis paint a graphic the most pleasing of sacri-
But even those who know, knows what he is imperilling aware of the tremendous effort the Christian in all ages is as the Eucharistic Con
mindful of God's infinite picture of the sin of our first floe: even know very profoundly, and that takes some of the and planning that make for the to make the world aware of gress can be an occasion of
mercy and Is sure that If he parents and of the tragic degradation "My sacrifice, 0 God, Is a .
what the doctrine's mean, can glow out of sin's victories. success of such a gathering.One this Real Presence of Our grace for some person to draw
I humbly confesses his guilt of mankind which resulted contrite spirit; a heart contriteand sin. The outsider looking in at 2. And it is a fact of experience may well inquire into the Lord in the Sacrifice of the closer to Our Blessed Lord or,
and begs for pardon, God will from It. humbled, 0 God, you will that sin mor- reasoning: behind such large
us would expect that the immensities a man may Mass and the Sacrament of the perhaps, to find Him for the
hear him. And here in psaln-5: ,., the not he
spurn, psalms. suffer death rather public manifestations.At .
we believe would revolutionize tally yet Altar. Without God and His first time.

our lives, make us than deny Christ. The acid test the very outset It maybe Christ, men are sundered into There is ample opportunityfor
We know better.It of belief is willingness to die well to remind ourselves/ of
men. With him
Father Michael V. Gannon new hostile factions. we every Catholic who attendsthe
may puzzle us, but is quite for it. The acid test of realiza- the fundamental doctrine can hope to live in unity and Eucharistic Congress to

:- Mission of Nombre De Dieschapters undeniable that, illuminated tion is ability to live by it. that justifies such events as peace." (Letter to Congress make a day that will be spIrItually -

.. Eucharistic Congresses: the Committee, 1961)) rewarding, fortified by
Heal Presence of Jesus Christ,
I Secondly, the Eucharistic presence at Mass and the reception -
Letter body and blood, soul and divinity
in Washington
CjReat Congress is a public manifes- of Holy Communion;
I in the Blessed' Saciaill -
tation of the unity of belief one can spend the afternoon in

j ent. Catholics of a particulararea. prayer and meditation, with I
among
\ .. flORiCA) catholic histoRy Priest Honored as FounderOf It is our unshakable Christ convic- The presence of people the final act of receivingChrist's
tion that Jesus is on our 1
I from all over the Diocese blessing at Benedic
altars after the consecrationthat
International Law Work shows forth In our eloquent
Chapter 23 d r en. An additional 1000 Atlantic, Father Lopez, who prompts us to render tion.The
fashion the effort which
June 29, 1565 Menendez pioneers were to follow later was fleet chaplain, made notesof contention that Cat]holic Priest is the "Father of homage to Christ in a visible common concernof a person
a
ON out of the port of from Asturias and Biscay. the voyage. He recorded the THE in and meaningful way. Genuflec- Catholics to render adoration will make, under grace, will be
Law" was given tangible support a to God through Christ.
Cadiz with nineteen ships and Chief among the Iaio! senKers fleet's arrival at the Canary has tions, silence in church, the Indicative of his willingness too
de Vitoria
1100 men, bound for Florida'seast were "four secular Islands on Wednesday, July 5, ceremony here. A bust of Fs ther Francisco tabernacle lamp, the stately These dual aims of worehlpln more than the bare mini-

coast. Almost at once his Priests with licenses to where the ships took on wood just been unveiled in the Pan. American Union building, in ritual of the Church, all these, God through Christ mum-It will be a testimonyto

fleet encountered severe hear confessions" who would and water. fulfillment of a resolution ad(Dpted at the 7th American in- witness to our profound belief and ghing witness to the ; his willingness to serve Godly

storms which forced Its return. plant the Cross of Christianity The following Sunday, he ternational conference, held in Montevideo, Uruguay, in that Jesus Christ is really and unity of Faith are the reasons : publicly showing his love

Several days later, when the In the new land. noted, the fleet raised sail 1933. scarcely accurate to call Gro substantially with us. why a EucharistIc Con. for His Son In the Blessed Sac

storms had abated, the Admiralset Their names were Francisco again for the Island of Dominica The resolution recommendedthat tius the founder of international The Eucharistic Congress, In Riess is held.Questions ;rament.

sail again, this time withan Lopez de Mendoza Grajales, in the Caribbean. "a bust be placed in the law."

enlarged company of 1500 Gonzalo Soils de Meras, Rod- Father SoPs de JI'I'a also" Pan American Union in Washington It notes that "most of the

soldiers, sailors, locksmiths, rigo Garcia de Trujillo, and made notes of the -OJ"age: to honor the Spanish underlying principles had Question Box

millers, silversmiths, tanners, Pedro de Rueda.As "Having set sail from the professor and theologian, Fray had been laid down in the

sheepshearers, and farmers, the Spanish vessels Canaries, within a short timea Francisco de Vitoria, who, in works of Saint Thomas Aqui
some with their wives and chil- plowed westward through the fierce tempest arose, and the the 16th century from his chairin nas" and that "the more Peter SaidQ. Charity Covered Faults I

flagship with a patache broke the University of Salamanca specific' )principles" were fairly -

BUT away from the fleet, without laid the foundations of Modern well systematized by the Is it true that charity 1 believe. Everyone over 21 and

S TRANCE TRUE being seen any more; and the International Las;'." 16th century theologians It covers a multitude of sins? should be addressed 1 under: 59 years of age is boundo

Little-Known Facts (for next day a shallop turned backto Hugo Grotius, a Dutchman, cite.. A. These words: are the to: Question Box, 1 observe the law Of fast.

0WfJMS..N.c.W.c.N...s.m- land, for she was leaking has been called the "father of The study also says Grotius words of St. Peter ((1 Peter The Florida Catholic, P.O. This should not be confused
MURRAY
By M. |J- badly and could not be helped." international law," and he is borrowed from these sources 4:8)): "But above all things havea Box: 3551: Orlando, Florida I Arith the law of abstinence

Only five vessels remained to- one of those honored as "law- "not a little of the doctrines constant mutual charity 32902.: Unsigned letters canI vhich applies to everyone over

THIS NEW CHURCH. WOt CONSTJWCnOM IM WLOflftr.IRELANOWitt. gt..there givers" by plaques installed in which he set forth" in his great among yourselves; for charity not be answered. !;even years of
HAVt TWE LABGIST CUR\AMC OOHCRETt ROOF IN EUROPE
Father Lopez was on one the United States Capitol when work. In the prologue to this covers a multitude of sins."
TVf &JIMO If
ot the five ships: the halls of congress were refurbished work, it is reported, Grotius St. Peter's words mean sImS
iro r STAQLff FO* TvrDUKt "The five vessels which re a few years ago. acknowledges that he consulted ply that if you are charitable, cyclopedia" compiled by Rob-

Of LflNfTtO/ mained of our fleet had a pros. Hut since the early jears- Father Vitoria and other you will hide and not publicizethe ert C. Broderick, depicts many

perous voyage the rest of the, of this century mote and theologians and jurists. sins of others. Your charity symbols alphabetically listed age.'I

way, thanks to Our Lord and more attention has been paidto The discovery of America In covers the multitude of faultsof according to subject matter.Q. .

His Blessed Mother. Up to Friday Father Vitoria, whose!' 1492: followed by conquestsand others by silence. Concerning a venial

the 20th, we had very fine works appeared some' 80 colonizations, greatly in- The words are a restatementof sin of theft: Must restitution -

weather, but at ten o'clocl: years before those of Grotlus. creased an existing need for a the proverb: "Hatred stir- be made for its forgiveness -

that day a violent wind arose, A full-length painting of competent person to collect, explain reth up strife: and charity cov- ? Published .Terr Friday '

which by two in the after. Vitoria may be seen in the U.S. and codify already exist- ereth all sins" (Prov. 10:12)); ]I LORID.-\. CATHOLIC PRESS, Int
theft be
A.
noon had become the mot. department of justice building ing laws on peace and war and of that other thought: "He Though a may I'.o. Box J551 GArd. I-USI
too small to cause the ruin ofone's US East C. ..... DriT.Orlando. .
frightful hurricane one could l here.A which were scattered and that concealeth a transgression Ilorida. JJ892
soul, as long as it remains -
imagine. report prepared in 1930: bya vague. seeketh friendships; he that Subscription In U.SJV. and Canada
a theft the amount must !s.00
"The sea, which rose to the committee of the Catholic as- Father Vitoria in his lecturer repeateth it again separateth 'I 5.00. per year; other countries
be restored in before
some .
way
co very clouds, seemed about t< sociatlon for international at Salamanca did not friends" (Prov. 17-9)) Tn. Florida Catholic is a member
# APSTAND YLY the sin can be forgiven
;
I M #bP( 7 1j5j swallow us up alive, and such I peace dealing with "internal commit them to writing Thus St Peter's words do 0 f the Catholic Press" AssodaUon
otherwise there will have to abe ad the National Catholta W lfar*
'
?> Piusn.P4'S' i4EMOiRt i'o tWpyD w4S'frt5 4 was the fear and apprehension l tional ethlcg," says: "The first But his students took down not refer to the forgiveness of expiation in purgatory for *:tonferenc News Serrlce. Bogner
.4 Co,4iOtRA&r '*j, of the pilot and other sailors,, systematic work in creating a faithfully what have been described -our sins, as if charity covered od Martin publishers* representa
-3- '% it ZI/1477WASA ir. that I pushed myself hard in I system of international ethics, by one authority as over the sins we had committed. I It. 2 t!Ieo i lay 1 Entered, 133,. as at second Orlando.claw Florida mall

: .7.. ( : exhorting my brethren and l or international law, was performed "superior to anything which Rather, he refers to the Q. When is a Catholic no U nder the Act of March J, 117*.

companions to repentance. by the theologians, had ever been written" on the charity of our speech, that we ]longer obliged by the law of

? \ :r Av "1 represented to them the Francisco de Vitoria (d. 1546)) law of nations. pass[ over in silence the sins ;fast? On his 59th birthdayr EB

1f \ o Passion of Our Lord Jesus: And Domingo Soto (d. 1500)) Vitoria was born about 1480 of others. ,I[> his 60th birthday? -. Father ,."...., r.. Smith

iL ChrUt His Justice and Hu i and the jurist Baltasar Ayala and died August 12, 1546. In Q. Is there any book that A. A Catholic Is bound .hy executive Editor

j 5 ;l Mercy and with so much success .. The great work of Grotius, 1932, the American Institute of pictures symbols used in i 1 the law of fast up to the;cdmIetlon Editors Mark: Ml A...U.Uwl&J... qaU

lJ that I passed the night ir l De Jure Belli et Pacis, did not international l law met at the Catholic art and liturgy ]]> of his 59th year of age. Joseph A. R.....

.- ,: -J: 54t4C Mt NOW JOJT ut1Ot confessing them." make its appearance until University of Salamanca, along with explanations of 'rhis significant event take. AdtertUlngManager

,;ri't 40,000 PDiISTS AND 3OOO NUNS \e\t Week: 1625." Spain, to mark the fourth centenary their meaning? ]1?lace on his 59th blrth<"t3j.,1Pd "
1 WORKING ill AFRICA tr A lA. The Storms Continue his lectures. A. "The Catholic Concise Eni his GOth Friday, October 18, 1963
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oppressors in the 1944 revolt.In meeting of choir teachers in M. Francine, St. Plus!!! of premiums your
these "speak out only in my own San Jose; Sister M. Loretta, Trinity; Sister M. Gerard, .
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ton Goll..Melbourne AM 2..,,, I Phone GA 4-73)5 Orlando Church Wroclaw, part of the that Buddhists in Vietnamare diiih the company with
l, Diem, a Catholic on in trust in the Holy Spirit who
1" EAST ROBINSON ORlANDOi' You N.m. It W* Produce It western territories Poland re- "equally averse to violenceand their arrival here for the guides the Church along unknown FORD FACTORY DEALER new ideas bra era.

gained from Germany at the are respectful of the con second session of the ecumenical but sure paths," the SAVE ON YOUR
end of the war. He added: W. J. BUNING
council. concluded.
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injustices that are being in- they are disposed to collaborate
respond to the public's desire
flicted upon us. for world peace." KAMPALA (NO)-Ug<:tnda's
Why not live In :Monterey Meadow: Brook Acres? for information and to help
Catholics were reassured on
We have a home designed for your family Father John A. O'Br'ien journalists to be diffusers of the continued existence of their I
truth, as their professional FOR YOUR FASTENING NEEDS
schools during the year which

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i numerous grave errors which became independent last

T is never too late to receive the grace of faith and to W e have decided t 0 issue a October 9-became a republicone

WATKiNS become a member of the Mother Church of Christendom, somewhat conversational text year later to the day. The WITH THIS AD

the historic center of Chris'U to substitute for all the decla effect of the change is that a I $1.00( Donated to Mercy Hospitalwith

PAINT WALL PAPER unity.To qty mother had attended aSisters' rations that we would be askedto president replaces the reigning
school in Trinidad, make by purchase of eachARMSTRONG
some;; this grace comes you. British monarch as head of

ORLANDO WINTER'PARK when they are in their early Colorado, and retained throughher "Here is what we judge it state.The TIREJIM
life the admiration and respect Kabaka (king) of
teens: to others it comes in
for the Sisters which she is well to make known: McCONNELL'S
Uganda province, Mutesa
their middle years; while to a
few it comes formed in those days. Before "1. The delicate situation of II, was elected provident! of SAFETY TIRE SERVICE. INC.

rDONUTI in ripe.w old her death she was received into our country is of interest not Uganda b)- the national assembly 2325 N. Orange Blossom Trail

t age. But when the Catholic Church and died, only to us-the whole Christian on October 4. Fairvilla Center "Complete Auto Service"THOMSON
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religion was further stimulatedby one to the other intimatelyand
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2215 E. COLONIAL DRIVE for it II 1 Catholics do not adore the world for the truth are the power is still vested In ORLANDO SINCE 1924

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docile recipient i 11yy supposed, but honor and for Vietnam as well as for the Obote. The president has a

to Christ reverence her as Our Lord rest of the world. This time five-year term. and other principal exchanges

and the fullness of divine Himself did. the goal of the Bishops who Uganda still belongs to the

Central Florida School Supply Inc. truth. This is illustrated in the This made sense to me, and will reunite in the ecumenical British: Commonwealth. CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2.7183

conversion of Mary Caroline soon I developed a warm and council, and one of the goalsof Education minister L. Kalule

Textbooks Workbooks School SuppliesVisual Callaway at 91 and of her son tender devotion to her. This the council itself, will be to Settala reassured Catholics on

Dr. William Otis Callaway at prompted me to take a com define the situation of the their schools when he said in

l Aids-Art Supplies Microscopes 61. lie is now a Priest and the plete course of instructionfrom Church in the world. an August radio broadcast that

spiritual director of St. Fran- Father Leonard Bose at "2. When a chief of state government plans for taking 3 n,11'M I LIVE SAFELY !

NEW AND USED AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT cis College, a minor seminary, St. Catherine's Church in Bur- makes use of coercive measuresfor over supervision of Uganda's

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AFTER prolonged debate the United States Senate confirmed the test ban treaty

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treaty controversy to the world and reduce the commu- detection, notwithstanding I'.tfT.l>.rc 3>l07
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Couchman Printing Co. THE people of Perugia could not believe the announcement: Father. Bernardine, the Rummage .sale, October 18Central 'Deanery, October 22, Pancake Week, October 28- POWDER PUFF

J. JUHory. Owner preacher, had j declared that during his sermon on the following Sunday 19,Eau Gallie, Ascension par. DeLand. :November 2, Perkins Pancake BEAUTY SALON

CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia he would produce the devil. Sunday came, and the church was packed. ,ish Guild. Rummage sale, October%, House 1617 Gulf Bay Creative Hair Styling
Parish supper, Sanford, All 928 Baum Street, St. Petersburg Boulevard, Clearwater. Benefit Silver
Father his Permanent
began sermon, Blendingand
On another Sunday, Father His critics-those who profited Souls hall, October 19, 6:30 ; Bishop Barry Guild. St. Patrick Church.
and after a few minutes he TintingHelen
announced that he would give from evil used the Halloween carnival, October Rummage sale, October 29,
said: "I promised that today p.m.Buffet
,
you the people a special message tablets to accuse him of Idolatry dinner, entertain 22 St. Joseph St. Blessed Trinity Women's M. Sch.tnk. OR 7-4J1I

Laa i Lbh e&t! tv I would show you the Evil from heaven. When the moment and their complaints ment, St. Paul school cafe. Petersburg; Mothers Cli.b. Club, St. Petersburg, sponsor. 60 So. Atlantic Ormond Beach
One. I want you now to look at nt.l
Coqaln
Opp.
the came, Father merely reached Pope Martin V, with torlam; Jacksonville Beach, Card party, Longboat Key Halloween dance, November
sitting either
persons on
i vv side picked up his Bible and read the result that the Priest was October:! 19; St. Paul Guild, firehouse, Anna Maria Island, 2, 9 p.m. Treasure Island
of Behold, there
see the you.devil!" you from the God-inspired Book forbidden to preach until the sponsor.! October 23, 1 p.m. auditorium; Holy Family

another trick, and another charges! could .be resolved vat a ,Carnival, St. Patrick Card party, Mt. Vernon' parish St. Petersburg.Card .
It was a trick, the sort of effective trick because it reminded -trial, Church, Jacksonville, October Lodge, Winter Park, October party, November 8,

v v ruse the people had,grown to the people of the holi- Defended by Saint John of' 19-20; dinner Sunday noon. 23, 8 p.m. Maitland parish Holiday Inn DeLand, St.

expect from Father Bernar ness of this ,history of man's Capistrano, a confrere Father Bake sale, October 19, Pub- benefit. Patrick Woman's Club spon

lM a0 ff lO Y dine, and it worked., Lookingat relationship to God. ,Bernardine was, -exoneratedand lix mal'ke4, Catholic Wom Assumption parish carnival sor. Tickets $1 for adults, 50

FLORIDA IS FULL each other, the people also Father,' Bernardine had ,".to show his, approval Of en's Club of Lake Wales, Jacksonville, !school! cents for students.

OF DANDEE looked at themselves, realizinghow come alongat f he. .;right time. the man, the Pope offered him. sponsor. grounds, October 24, 1-8 p.m. Card party, Good Shepherd MILESUPHOLSTERY
MOMS often they had led others In the middle:-years of the Choice: of three bishoprics.He Family fall outing Mary Transfiguration social hall, parish social hall, Orlando -

into temptation and beyond, 15th century, the .people 'were refused them all, preferringto Help of Christians School, St. Petersburg, rummage sale, November 8, 8 p.m. SHOP
'
CARPETS & LINOLEUM and now they listened to the falling away from 'the Church. be free to continue his Tampa, October %01 a.m. October 25-26. "Frontl rland." November 623 Orange Ave.

Priest as he told them how The "great schism," which travels. For' the same reason,' Mass, picnic at noon. Holy Name Society Convention 16, 10 a.m.; talent contest, 4 CL 5-4736

they could avoid such 'occa had two Popes ruling at the he asked to be relieved of the Southwest deanery Holy October 25-27 St. p.m. ham dinner 4:307 p.m.; ALL WORK GUARANTEEDItalian

sions. same time, had only recently position when he was elected Name Society rally, October Paul parish, Jacksonville. Western dance, 8 p.m.; Ascension

been repaired and indifference superior general of his order. 20, Holy Cross parish, Pal Halloween carnival, Oc- parish, Eau Gallie.

Wall To Wall CarpetAI's still lingered. Sermons, which He continued traveling until metto. tober 25, Blessed Sacrament Fall dance, November 16, and American Food

Furniture Books should have been a vital pointof his death in 1444. Immediately 'Bake Sale, October 20, Our School Tallahassee. Fern Creek Armory, Orlando,

Greeting Cards contact between the clergy after his death numerous Lady Queen of Martyrs par- Halloween party, October St. Andrew Guild, Sponsor. Open 5 P.M. 'til I M I P.M.

LLOYD COX and the congregation, were miracles were attributed to Ish hall Sarasota, Queen of 25, 9 p.m. Anchorage Inn, Fall deanery rally West
Floor Banquet Facilities
CoveringTelephone usually given in Latin, which him and, with a speed unusualfor Martyrs Guild, sponsor. Blessed Trinity Men's Club, Coast, St. Jude Church, St.
Office
Supplies few people understood, and the Church, he was canonized Forty Hours Devotion, October St. Petersburg, sponsor, donation Petersburg November 17, Closed Mondays
CL 2-9842
CL 2.3473 usually they dealt with obscure six years later. 20-22, St. Michael( the $2.Hallowet"n. 12:30 p.m. Mass.

704 North Beach 118 North Beach Street theological abstractions which Saint Bernardine of Siena Archangel Mission, Siesta carnival, October Turkey dinner, November SAN REMORESTAURANT

few people cared about. possessed! traits which made Key.Fall 26, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., 17, American Legion hall.

"FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS-SINCE 1881"Wm. Father Bernardine; changedall him the forerunner of two festival October 20, 3 St. Joseph Church grounds, Port Orange, Epiphany Cath

that. He spoke In the provincial professions which would not p.m., Holy Name Academy, Palm Bay. olic Woman's Club, sponsor. 1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL

A. Ritzi & Sons dialect of wherever he appear for almost 500 years. San Antonio. Parish picnic; October 27, Fall dance, Jacksonville, 2-1357

happened to be in Italy, and he His method of sending out Forty Hours Devotions, 10 a.m. to :5>> p.m. Mary Helpof Southslde Woman's Club, November .

y Registered JewelersCL spoke about local problems in "teasers" about his forthcoming October 20-22, St. Joseph parish Christians School Tampa, 23, 9 p.m.; San Jose Advertisers appreciate it

2-2552 American Gem Society 122 N. Beach St. local terms. sermons, his use of illus- Zephyrhills. K of C sponsor. Parish Guild, sponsor. when yon mention

Sometimes with gentle wit, trative material, his topicalityand Halloween carnival, Oc Diocesan Eucharistic Con- Spaghetti dinner, Camp THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC

sometimes with stormy anger, his direct approach to pea tober 20 and 21, Noon until gress, October 27, Jackson. San Pedro, November 23,

SPAIN TYPEWRITER COMPANYROYAL he preached against the evilsof ple in clear, vivid language 9 p.m., St. James School vine 1 p.m., benefit Maitland par

.. TYPEWRITERS the day usury, gambling, they could understand would grounds. Dance, October 21, Bake sale 1 October 27, ish.
SALES RENTALS political intrigue and delinquency have earned him a high placeon 8-10 p.m.DCCW. Epiphany Catholic Woman's Circus Time Dance :November Dink'sHickory

SERVICE SUPPLIES juvenile and adult. By Madison Avenue had he meeting, Orlando Club, Port Orange. 23, ;Tampa Jai Alal

REPAIRS ON ALL MAKE MACHINESCL his tricks, he drew people into lived in our day.It Fronton, St. Patrick Altar Smoked Bar-B-Q

5-4787 712 Ridgewood Ave.KAY'S the churches; by his ardor, he is not surprising, then ''Joe Williams and Rosary Society. RIBSCHICKENSHRIMPPlate

made them aware of their that in 1956 Pope Pius XII proclaimed Dance, November 30, 9 p.m.

ways; by his holy persistence, Saint Bernardine to be Coaches Have Varied Use Of to 1 a.m., Riverside Women's Lunch 90c

RESTAURANTNEWLY he changed those ways. the patron of the public rela Club, Jacksonville, Most Holy Opp. Castaway So. Atlantic

He had a special devotionto tions and advertising indus Name H N S, sponsor. Take Out-CL 5-2293
ENLARGED & REDECORATED Points After Touchdown
the Holy Name, and to tries of Italy. It is not surprising J Try Card party, December 6, Closed
ALA-CARTE and FULL COURSE DINNERS Sundays
further it In others he Introduced that a movement exists to
St. Teresa parish, Titnsville,
HOMEMADE PASTRIES FREE PARKING thing for sure, it w a s a happier afternoon for Member, Our Lady of Lourdes
a tablet with the make him the universal patron I I ONE Woman's Club,
734 MAIN STREET 3 BLOCKS WEST OF PIER sponsor.
Paul Dietzel and his Army football team visit-
Greek abbreviation for of these professions. In view .,
Jesus-IHS-centered In a of his standards and goals, he .J J ing- University Park, Pennsylvania- on Columbus Day. I

PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES DUPLICATED sunburst which became popu is definitely the man for the Accomplishing their unexpected discovery of sharp QUIK-WASH

lar wherever' he went. job. 'offense and stout defense they landed on 5 MINUTE AUTOMATIC CAR WASHWash
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S .ninth-ranked Penn State, 107. A record
only $1.50 4 Washes $5.00 #
CONTACT ARTIFICIAL 1 crowd: had witnessed an unbeaten NittanyLion Professional cal.,;
&
Waxing Polishing -
LENSES e EYES squad upset by the Cadets for the 2 Blocks from Ocean -at 530 Broadway' -, .'

second straight year when a first quarter .

field goal provided the margin of victory ti jI
SCHWALM OPTICAL t '
with matching touchdowns in the second Floyd J. Tredway'sDaYIona

163 BROADWAY CL 3.2813 DAYTONA ]period preceding a scoreless last half. The Moving & Storage Co. a

ACHIEVING victory continued to be a rough road for ]previous Saturday out in :Minneapolis the Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC.
)Black Knights from the Hudson had suffered
schools. Extra effort, as always, ac- DAYTOXA DE LAND
TV SICK counted for the winners' success, while overcoming superior j their first defeat, a bad one. About 110 So. Campbell-CL 3-1630 560 So. Blvd_RE 4-5587

manpower was the stumbling the same time, back home, the Dietzel's son Steve., 14.,
Call CL 5-1411 BlelrtU's| rugged fensemen. sustained a broken leg in a -
Quick Diock for
many squads. Bishop Kenny High School effects of the option. So whatdo
00 school VISIT STEAK N
high SHAKEIN
Father Lopez High School experienced another zero as game. they think of it?
Fast, Dependable Service showed what desire could do "And all have to ORLANDO IN
Starke scored in each of the we worry "Well, as you know, replied DAYTONA
Serving-Port Orange, So. Daytona, when, playing the entire game last three quarters to tally 20 about this week Is a letdown Dietzel, "I had one horrifying 1920 S. Orange BEACH
service with only 12 men, they finally points. The Crusaders set some against Wake Forest," gloomedthe experience with it. In '59 whenI Blossom Trail tsso 110 S. Ocean Ave.

Ormond, Daytona Beach call tallied once in the last quarter. kind of a record by being pen young maestro now func- was coaching Louisiana State, 2820 E. Colonial Dr. 945VoIusiaAve.CHILI .

Authorized Factory TV Service That was enough to send Car- alized on 16 of 31 offensive tioning as Dean of Downs at all that stood between us and IN WINTER PARK *
dinal Mooney High School backto the United States Military the national championship 818 S. Orlando Ave. ,
330 No. Ridgewood CL 5-1411 I plays. was 's "It's Genuine" Fresh
the short end ofa Steakburger
Sarasota on Academy.The Tennessee.
The Barons of Bishop Barry Osr HE Dally From Our
7-0 score. Both teams concentrated High School continued to find circumstances called for "The Vols had capitalized on Choice Grilled -Ground Served Steak On Own Kitchen.

on rugged ground scoring power elusive when compassion.The an interception and a fumbleto Toasted Bun. You'll Like It.

Retail Sales attacks, with the Green Waves Clearwater High's Tornadoes original intention to go ahead 13-6. Late in the "IT'S A MEAL"

DAYTONAFURNITURE Discount PricesSHOWROOMS rushing for well over 200 yards zoomed to a 27-0 win. Coach Inquire Into the Cadets' prospects game we scored to make it 13- SERVING: FLORIDA ILLINOIS- MISSOURI INDIANA
and LaCour getting the impor- Jesse Roger had quarterbackStan against one of the In. 12. With the national cham-

tant last one over the goal. Kmet attempt 29 passeson teresting powers of southern pionship at stake, a tie will do

Coach Jack Swind's Cougars which he had 19 completionsbut football was! momentarily you no good. You must go for
gave the home-standing Day- broke. And that's how HANCOCK'S
none registered on the checked in favor of a less we
tonans' a rough battle with wound up-broke. Besides, the
Scoreboard. traumatic subject the
Quality Large Selection Furniture Tom Goldsworthy continually In St. Augustine cross-town option to try for two points 13-12 defeat snapped our win- TRU-VUE-GRILL
kicking the winners into a halftime :ning streak of 17 straight.
rivals left the field at after a touchdown.
Robert L. White, Pres. hole on an outstanding aver All the same, Dietzel would
tied, 6-6. Columbia had gone for the 536 Volusia Ave. & 1233 So. Atlantic Ave.
Municipal Airport- Off Hwy. 92 age of 38 yards per kick. But the St. Josf'phrad.. two-pointer against Princeton, let the rule stand as It Is.

Showrooms Opposite Terminal Building Orlando's Bishop Moore. emy Flashes permitted Flor. failed by inches and lost, 7-6. "I think the fans like it. As FAMOUS FOR MINUTE STEAKS

High School vWted neighboring Ida I) & B a third quarter Notre Dame met the same fate Crisler had foreseen it does YOU WILL SEE YOUR FOOD PREPARED
,: Winter Park and surprised create dramatic situations. The
touchdown, and that was the by the same score against [ Owner William L Hancock
by switching their players like it, too. The Inher-
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13.6.Coach taking possession of the conservative one-pointer whenwe
had scored first. J
Tile Shingle Roofs Carl Genito's Hornets
ball on the D & B ten yard score first and take an

Gravel Masonry Side Walls scored in the first and third line, when he went off tackle two The provision take-your-pick made ,the one-or-rule (early lead. Of course, in a situation CLUB 92 SKYLINE
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who rolled 63 yards rushingand sade by Fritz Crisler once an take it all he concluded.
up this ,
their first victory season.
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Coach Ray DiCharry's squad
Catholic High School their first win.New requested that the
TRY defeated Pinecrest's junior varsity standard one-point try be

THE SHRIMP HOUSEIN 7-0. The Colts counted on supplemented' with the op Not my J% McDonald's hamburger

a Barry Perez two yard plungein ,.flpn to run or pass for two
DAYTONA 2128 So. Atlantic CL 5.3341NORWOOD'S the second quarter, and FilmsReviewed points which brings us up to

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DEODORANTS ftoil'Siie o Defend Swiss Schools ANY NUMBER CAX WIN 'The only excuse that can be \

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INSECTICIDESDISINFECTANTS defense of the Catholic school FURY OF SMUGGLER'S game is that it reduces tie Iowa .t prices that please

I CO. system has been issued by then BAY (Brit.) scores. A tie would be far more look for the golden archesMcDonald's .
a t o o n's Catholic hierarchy, Morally Unobjectionable For preferable than the loss of a

SWIM FOOL CHEMICALS "GRIME\.' DOE SN'1',PAY" which describes religious education Adults, With Reservations game on a conversion try par

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Municipal Airport Daytona Beach Florida 2,500,000 Catholics, 45. per cent All (Condemned) must have had sufficient Laro:: Tampa Sanuata Winter Jfavfii .Orlando :JjikeUmJ ( .
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(Continued from PaCt! One) theirs, and he charged them tian, beseeching mercy of the
of the year 1542 he felt a slight with the conversion of the natives most Holy Trinity, invoking in On Laity
fever. :
to the Catholic Faith and his favor and protection the L4i
"On the first day this fever with the augmentation of the blood of Jesus Christ Our Lord, (Continued from Page One)
schema's text a short explanation -
was slow, but on the third Spanish Crown, declaring that and calling for the Intercession 1 of sacramentals, describ--
very severe; and, observing its death was depriving him of of the Virgin and all the -
them as distinct from but
ing
inordinate increase, the Gov- fulfilling these ambitions. Then Celestial Court as well as the
related to the sacraments
; as
ernor realized that his illness he very earnestly besought Faith of the Roman Church.
sacred signs to express spirit-
was mortal. So he prepared them to keep peace and affec- "With such words, which he nh
be obtained
ual effects, to
himself at once for dissolution, tion among themselves. repeated numerous times, this
the of the
and as a good Catholic Chris. "Five days Hernando de magnanimous and never con- ).., through prayer

tian, his will almostin ... .... ,.. Church, to prepare men to re
arranged Soto_consumed_ in this matter, quered cavalier \V how a s i ,. ; _
ceive the sacraments and to
cipher, however, because of during which time his raging worthy of great titles and L *;: : :,... _
.. .,.... sanctify certain circumstancesof
his not possessing an adequate fever was increasing; and then estates and undeserving that : _
human life.Extended.
supply of paper. Then in sore on the seventh day, the fever his history be written by an v,
:' the of the
row and repentance at having deprived him of this present Indian, thus rendered his soul .'::<. j!. Wf: : use
vernacular to the administration -
offended God, he confessed his to God. He died at the age of rwo
life."He of the sacraments and
sins. died as a Catholic Chris 42."
sacramentals, pending the approval -
"As his successor in the position C

of governor and captain Pope Praises Americans At rial episcopal of regional conferences or territo-, but
general of the kingdom and
TRAFFIC TO EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS THEIR CONCERN retained the use of Latin for
provinces of Florida, he selected
Luis de Moscoso de Blessed Neumann CeremonyContinued Traffic to and parking at the diocesan Eucharistic Patrick J. Trainor, Father Matthew J. Connolly and the precise "form" of the sac-

Alvarado, that gentleman ( from Congress in Jacksonville on the last Sunday in Octoberis Father Thomas J. Bergin. Father Danaher and Father raments general!
1'age One) The ceremonies concluded, -Added that a special provision -
whom in the the of the Priests from left Father Bergin the committee -
province of Chi- of John concern pictured, : are on planning Congress participation
your sons, Neumannhas Pope Paul took his place on a is to be made for changesin
caza he had deprived of the been raised to the. honorsof throne erected on the steps of Laurence E. Higgins, Father Terence J. Farrelly, FatherT. by the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. the ritual of Baptism for

office of campmaster."For the altar." the papal Altar of the Confession Leo Danaher, Father Michael J. Kelly, Monsignor Families are urged to come together to the event. cases in which a large numberof

the ceremony of appointment A number of Bohemian and in
na- began speaking persons are to receive the
he summoned be. tionals were in the basilica for Italian. World-wide Use Takes Time t. I sacrament.
ti
fore him his cavaliers, captains, the ceremonies. Some wore Noting that it was his first NewsVotes -Clarified the original text

and soldiers of higher rank, the colorful folk costumes of beatification ceremony, he said, Council Decrees by stating that the sacramentof
and then on the part of His their region which now lies be- "It is necessary to follow here Approved by Pope On Extreme Unction is also and

Imperial Majesty, he begged hind the Iron Curtain. below the example of the CongressI better called "The anointing of

and charged these men that Present in the basilica were saints if we want to reach the Have Immediate Effect I the sick."

out of respect for the virtue, last minute, arrivals J. Kent glory of the elect above." Expert SaysVATICAN ( from Tax One) At the 1.7.S. Bishops press'
rank and merits of Luis de Lenahan 1 will stand as a guard of honorin
from Philadelphia, In praising Blessed .John's panel following the council)
Moscoso, they look upon himas who was cured through Neu life in America, the Pope declared CITY (NC) Decrees enacted by the Second Vatican Council and approved the private Blessed Sacra- meeting: Father Frederick

their governor and captain mann's intercession, his wife "this beatification is an by Pope Paul VI will automatically go into effect. However, there may be some ment chapel until time for Mc.Manus of the Catholic

general until such time as His and his mother. The three arrived excellent document which dis- time lag before they can be carried out in the individual dioceses of the world. the Communion of the peopleat University: of America, acouncil

Majesty should send another the night before the cere pels the erroneous belief that This was explained at a press the Eucharistic Cpngicss.: expert, !said that themost
decree. Afterward. he took their mony. Also present was an American Catholicism is not conference this month by can be carried out in individual past history Archbishop Palaz significant of the

solemn-vow. that they would other ",per>on favoredwith) a oriented to the singular and Archbishop Pietro Palazzini, nations, regions or dioceses. zini said that the first step Three' hundred Holy Name amendments was the second. j

thus comply. This task com cure, Mrs. Eva Benassi Pan- sublime expression of sanc- secretary of the sacred congre- Archbishop Palazzini 'spokeof necessary in terms of disciplinary men will he usher Nearlya This meant, he said, that de-

pleted, he called before him tani of Baiso, Italy. tity." gation of the council.He the way in which the Roman changes would be their in- score of head ushers in pending on the approval of

the noblest of his army in The five C_ Cardinals Pope Paul asked if it 'w ere also said a distinction Curia, the Holy See's central corporation into canon law. Greater Jacksonville parishesmet national or territorial episcopal

groups of two and three; and more than 300 other' Princesof possible today "that in this our should be made between dogmatic administrative staff, would assist This will be done, he said, last Sunday with FatherMortimer conferences, all sacraments and

later he instructed the remainder the Church, hundreds: modern world, so profane andso decrees and disciplinaryones. in carrying out the decisions hy the special commission Danaher to plan sacramentals, will be admin-

of his people to come Bishop, and 20,000) faithful tainted by unbelief and vice, Dogmatic canons are ; of the council in light of for revision of canon law appointed for the Congress ushering. istered in the vernacular. Only

to him in groups of twenty listened' to the reading of the that a national sanctity should automatically effective and the existing Church law. He by Pope John and the basic sacramental form

and thirty. Latin letter which ended have been produced and precisely need no specific implementation. conceded that this process itself confirmed by Pope Paul.) Music teachers are cooperating would remain in Latin, suchas

"To these he bade fare. with the the ." be altered by the The Archbishop said that -all over the Diocese-
men proclamation of in America? ? He However disciplinary may "I baptize thee, etc." in Baptism -
well with much sorrow on his fourth Bishop of Philadelphia answered: ."This is .Our trust measures or other changes maybe council Fathers. once the canon law commissionhas this week and next with Ralph and "1 absolve thee, etc."
'' finished revision of Church Jusko of Cincinnati. lie is hold-
part and copious tears on m bles.sed.: and Our hope." subject to delay) until they But speaking in terms of in Penance. The sacramental)
law in the light of the general ing area rehearsals and will
verbal form of Matrimony will
directives laid down by ,the direct the massed choirs at the
remain in vernacular as it hay
council Fathers, it will be nec coming Eucharistic Congress.
always been, that is, the exchange -
essary for this legislation to be Many of the choir children

applied in every diocese around worked with 3lr. .Jusko in St. of vows pronounced by
: THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH the world. Petersburg and in Orlando. the two being wed.

,: "This will be done, at least .* .* .*

according to present Church; Principals of all the Jackson. Masses CancelledIt

legislation, through particular ville Catholic schools will wel- was stressed in Jack-

.. councils of a national or a come all the other Sisters and sonville this week that due

'A provincial level," he said. school children at the Suns' 'I
to the diocesan Eucharistic -
"Once a national council or Stadium. The Jacksonville Sisters -
Congress and its Pone
a provincial council adapted the held a meeting to plan this ,

legislation to local conditions," hospitality ask a Sister tifical Mass at 11 a.m. on

a f afi Archbishop Palazzini said, from a Jacksonville school if October 27 at the Suns'

"then it will be necessary to you have questions that day. Stadium, no Masses will

submit the legislation, to some .* be scheduled in Greater

central and unified criteria. Food will be available at the Jacksonville Catholic

R '- .h .,! 4sc "This is necessary so that baseball park on the day of the churches after 9 a.m. that

,. ,". / harmony may be preserved' Congress. There will he hot day. In event of rain, how
'., d ": ; between the local adaptationsmade dogs, hamburgers, cheese or ever, the Congress com

by the local councils ham sandwiches, cold drinks, mittee said each parish

Af' and the general legislation milk and coffee. Father JohnJ.
P if i A. t tY4 ,1k r would have a noon Mass.
Toted' into effect by the council Lenihan, Priest in charge of

& Fathers for the entire this adjunct to the day's program

f. Church. said that concessionaire
,"v .:4 Schools Given
Archbishop Palazzini said, In Michael Olmo will have 50
Y IY
I
. answer to questions, that there workers helping. him dispense After
R Ra ., could be changes voted by the food. Holiday
f.
a .
council Fathers in the rules *
Trip to Congress
now governing national episcopal George Tobi, vice-president

conferences so that they and general manager o f the onlinurd from l'AIr" On)

., :: : :; might have real jurisdiction in Jacksonville Convention and boys and girls from all over
':' ? ,'}'.: : their decisions. Visitors Bureau, has distributed the Diocese are expected i to

j. Asked about the Pope's a news release and mats attend the (*I,HRIT.V: and

proposals of curial reform of a map prepared to show their attendance will i he

} Archbishop rala//.ini said the'! visitors how to reach the Con. counted at a school, I day.

,, Holy Father' proposals were gress. The release went to the They will hate no !school on

"explicit and precise. general press of the State. Father Monday, either.

14We .. '..'"" :: He noted that all human organisms Danaher this week said Outside of the above, only
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"
'I he choirs and altar Ixjys from
have good and bad was grateful to Mr. Told

;, : ;' 'r aspects. Although the Pope and his staff for this great other grade schools are required

.' ; has said what is to be done in help in spreading the news to attend. These choir

:. terms of curial reform, he about the diocesan Eucharistic children from the grades and
: : }; ).;'V ,
., ,
give : the altar boys will also have
can hasn't made it clear yet how it Congress.

; ':; is to be accomplished and that the day off, the day after the

07i; we must wait for the sequence Msgr. Rattigan Dies Congress.
) When the other school children -
; of events to disclose, he said. BOSTON (\C) Monsignor
arrive at the Suns' Stadium .

th Lord > ., ".\>;' ,< ... .N:_ ..;.:- :-: fIY Bishop Named vice-rector Bernard T.of Rattigan the Catholic, a former University they will sit In sections

e ro : : :' :::f;< 1ATIC.1N CITY (XC)-Father of America, has died specified for their schools.

.. : Arnold Cotey S.D.S., 12, a
here at the age of 51 after a
/" ; native of Milwaukee and mis- heart attack. Students from Africa

sioner in Africa for eight years,
Born in Hyde Park in 1908, XOTHK: IIA.MKO: ) Six
has been named first Bishop
he attended Boston College and students from African nations
tothepoor of the newly established: diocese
; r rC : of Xachingwea, Tanganyika St. John's Seminary, Brighton, are enrolle-1 at the Universityof
before ordination in 1933. He Notre Dame under the African -
by Pope Paul VI.
received graduate degrees from scholarship program of
The appointment announce-
the Catholic University in 191G American Universities, Father
ment said Pope Paul will con
: and 1952:; and joined the uni- Joseph McGrath C.S.C., advIser
ifyou .. secrate Bishop-designate Cotey
versity faculty in 1951; while to international students, an
A here on October 20.
his doctorate
working on in nounced. Nearly 800 Africanmen
The Bishop-designate has
education.In and women are attending
been superior of the Societyof
1958: he was appointed director American
the Divine Savior missionsin colleges and universities -
of the Confraternity of this year on scholarships
Tanganyika since 1955. He
was ordained in 1949 and the Christian Doctrine. sponsored) by the program.

-f olloTvirujvpfear was aligned i

MISSION SUNDAY' ,; ,,< > to mission. work R in, Mica,

: China, where he rem fnej'un-. +

on til 1955 when he wak.Recalled Qt Nt0a1 EHDOGZO '. () .f

to the U.S., then. aSs gn dAQ .
'_
his present post. -
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make yourself poor for the Lord Christmas Cards",'.. '& E l2R _

XEW YORK (XC)-A collection

of "miniature essays" on
stkk'
the spiritual significance of EUGHR

Christmas written by Bishop

Fulton J. Sheen will appear on -COr1GRESS-

its Christmas cards this year,

OCTOBER 20 < r, a Cards spokesman has said here.for Hallmark 3AC S0l1V\uE

The royallties earned by the
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"-. '. ': -said'the,announcement will be
f
donated to, the, Society for the

Propagation of the.FaitR,- which ,

:DIOCESE O.FST. AUGUSTINE the Bishop'.directs'In the Unit, ,

ed states, and to other chari-;
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