The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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JACKSONVILLE-Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley will J' : :......
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arrive here this weekend from the Eternal City where the

3ishops of the Catholic world are assembled in general ,,..

ouncil.; He comes to the Gateway City of Jacksonville to r..

reside at the diocesan Eucharistic Congress prepared for

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_. VOLXXIV'_"o.)'nr.l .;.. ,,No..:52 Orlando,.Florida., ;Friday, .October'25, 963;*;< leaCe: t .: he Pontifical Mass of thc-Congress at the Suns' Stadium.
The[" :Mass will begin at 11 iLm. .r-
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Jacksonville r Catholic citizens will begin to assemble in the

baseball> park an hour or So before the processional.

$ Holy Name Convenes Children have been ask ed to be in their places in the

itadium by 10:30 a.m. At 10:55: a.m. a Marine honor guard

vill lead the procession into the stadium and present the

olors.: The congregation will sing the national anthem, rn

To Stress >before the religious ceremonies .

Til Apostolate begin. .the tribute afternoon.to Christ The the Eucharistic King will >
This is the third time since 91 Y
I conclude at the 3 p.m. Solemn xv..
JACKSONVILLE-The Diocesan Union of Holy Name Societies holds its annual tl he general council was an-' .Benediction of the Most Blessed
convention this weekend, with principal business to be transacted during lounced that the Diocese ofSt. L
Saturday, Sacrament, to be given by Mon- I vI'
October 26. Sunday after breakfast : Augustine has prepared a ; -
a the convention delegates will take part in the .signor Patrick E. Nolan V.F.
diocesan Eucharistic COn-- Eucharistic Congress with the Other Benediction officers 4
y Monsignor Jordan will discuss theme, "That All May Be One." ,
gress. 6 J. will be Father Daniel C. Heg-
Holy Name men at the dioc- PS ;i "The Spirit of the Council These will be the officers' of ,. I
'arty, deacon; Father W.
esan convention will devote -Kene al of the Faith in the Mass and the Benediction ,
f Y. Thomas Larkin, subdeacon; Fa-
t# Our Times." (on October 27 in Jacksonville:
i their time to consideration
of 1(ther T. Leo Danaher, deacon
i the lay apostolate.. That their k After luncheon, he will be Celebrant, Archbishop BorI* I,of exposition; Father John J. t

theme is timely is underlined : joined by Father James J.. ley, with Monsignor John P. ]Lenihan and Father Patrick A.

by the fact that debate in the ., 94 Heslin, assistant diocesan moderator McXulty. "'.G.. assistant: ;(Quinn, chaplains to Archbishop -

current! general council now of Holy Name men, and priest; Father John M. ,.Mc-. { Hurley. F i I I
centers on the people of God G a 4wS Father W., Thomas Larkin ina Call, deacon; Father James Masters of ceremonies at

in the chapter from De Ecclesia panel discussion of practical J. Heslin, subdeacon; Father: the day's principal events

dealing with the laity. approaches of the lay apos- Michael J. Kelly and Father will be Father James F.

Archbishop Joseph P. Hur- ;:. Y 1 tolate. Joseph L. Dawson, honorary' GloeklerFather Lawrence '" ."'" .. .:... .,
ley, who will return from The executive board of the deacons. ,S. Cunningham, Father Ber- 'M1

Rome to be in Jacksonville for Diocesan Union will meet at A Congress address will be nard' 'Dittman, Father t.,, '

the Eucharistic Congress, is 8 p.m. on October 25 with given by Archbishop Hurley in Patrick J. O'Carroll and Father .'... :

t1 scheduled to address the men Daniel A. Naughton, diocesan Jaime Lara. :
1' 1"
in convention at Hotel Roose- 4. ', '" "":' president, presiding.Mass Sermon Pilgrims who travel to Jacksonville .'....' ..

velt at the banquet Saturday Topics from the far ends of : ;' "
night at 7:30: o'clock. F r x 4 For ,.1 the Diocese and those who are .. ._ ..___: n x fI01II $F?.W IftO- ;;..,a.'''.x.._t_e't__ -a ,J idIBII ...............' .... _v..a'
.. : .,. ... For CongressFather
The national director of ': :: :.' ;.: .'. ..: Patrick M. Madden of;there from Greater Jacksonville SITE OF EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS, JACKSONVILLE

the Holy Name Society, Father Father Denis B. McCarthy O.P. 'Tallahassee and Father Frank": areas will receive a program Father :Mortimer Danaher, right, executive secretary of Sunday's Eucharistic
Denis B. O.P. with illustrations and
McCarthy two All Souls M. Mouch of the diocesan:J Congress, shows the field and Suns' Stadium to Father :Michael V. Gannon and
kill be a guest at the con by prominent Catholic lay- t text content pertinent to the
men of Jacksonville Chancery this week announced : Ralph Jusko. :Mr. Jusko, eminent choral conductor from Cincinnati, will direct the
vention. He will speak Sat Joseph 0'solemn occasion. The cover
Stazenski and Robert J. In See the topics of the sermons which Sister Lilia 5000-voice choir.Bishops.
I urday morning on the lay City was designed by
Schellenberg.The will be heard during the dioc .
apostle.. O.P.
'esan Eucharistic Congress in
The national Holy Name convention proper will ST. AUGUSTINE Monsignor ShareIn
Jacksonville, October 27. Study Lay
director has been a professor open at 8 o'clock Mass Satur- John P. Burns, Cathedral Archbishop Joseph P. Hur- ( Congress on TV I

of English literature, a speak. day morning to be celebratedin pastor, has scheduled the an- Icy will speak on the Eucharist Viewers of NBC's Chan-

er on the Catholic Hour and a the Immaculate Conception nual All Souls Day Mass at and Christ the King. nel 12 in Jacksonville on

World War II chaplain. His Church. Monsignor Harold F. San Lorenzo Cemetery.The Other sermons will be as follows Sunday will see a live tele- Showing Christ to MenVATICAN
Jordan, diocesan moderator,
Holy Name Society duties have
Mass, which he will celebrate ] : cast from the
will offer the Mass for deceased
taken him all the United
over on November 2 at 9 a.m., Father Bernard J. :McFad- Eucharistic Con g res s.
} members of the Holy Name CITY (NC-The role of laymen in the Church became a major topic
1 States, Canada and the West
will be attended by members of Indies. Society.In for the first time at an ecumenical council during the third week of the Second Vatican
I Cathedral parish. Students of j and Sacrament. Hurley will celebrate the .
Other talks scheduled includeBritish a forenoon address, St. Joseph Academy and from Father Matthew Pontifical :Mass at 11 a.m. Councils second session.
Connollythe -
The chapter on the lait stresses that laymen share in the Church's mission to
1 the grade schools will attend. 1 Eucharist and temptati9fcuFather ] JTheTspecial, altar i in. the ;y .

Acch.iim Blessed-.' Wreaths will be placed on John F. 'Wells-ithe middle of the diamond at sanctify the world.. icisnt JIIJ. ,and he must> pray for. hi> the Church, not only in the

in ml'morof former ]Eucharist f Food of the soul. the Suns' Stadium will be The duties of the layman de' ecclesiastical superiors. Eucharisf Sacrifice, but

L_' To be Beatifi ied[ in Rome graces Bishops I Priests and the laityof Father Thomas J. Burns in full view of the tens of riving from his special placein The people of God and thee also in other ways especiallyIn '

1 the Eucharist and vocations. thousands who gather at the Mystical Body ar hierarchy, the schema declares the Divine Office, whichis
the city, parish! and Di Father David P. the the Jacksonville Baseball enumerated. He is obliged, the'
constitute one body, both praise of the Father
VATICAN CITY NC ]Father Dominic Barberi who
( )
ocese of St. Augustine. ;Eucharist, source of Christian Park. The congregationwill schema declares, to make his': engaged in the common mission and prayer for divine help
t received John Henry Newmarthe i into the Church, will become The annual Mass commem- ]piety and justice. use the stadium contribution to the sanctification of Christ and sharing for the salvation of the

newest Blessed of the Ch lurch on Sunday, the feast of orating the faithful departedwill Father Edward J. Mulliganthe stands. A 5000-voice choir and growth of the Bodyof undivided responsibility; be- world.

Christ the King. Pope Paul VI will officiate at the beati- be offered outdoors at an .- Eucharist and Unity. will sing. Narration for Christ, for he has his own fore the world. 2. An addition to the text of

fication of the Italian Priest i n St. Peter's Basilica. A large altar to be placed before the Father Bernard F. Dittmanthe the telecast will be by Fa- proper share in the Church's! As discussion on the council an exhortation to all who recite

contingent of English pilgrin is, mostly from the Liverpool mausoleum where diocesan 1 Eucharist and !spiritual re- ther Michael V. Gannon of mission for the salvation of the floor continued on the laity the Divine Office to fulfill

archdiocese, is going to Ron ic to attend the beatification Bishops are buried. :newal. St. Augustine. world. reform of the breviary enteredits this duty with great fervor and

i of the first modern memberof ... ..., '" ,"f':" : ". ,.. =>. "" "" i)<"W'....w... w .,. Part of the mission of the final phase in council devotion, whether this recita-

the Catholic Church in layman, according tot h e \oting. tion be by clerics, Religious, or
.. schema, is his coresponsibilityin Passed were the first two of
England to be beatified. lay people saying the Office
Since the Reformation only preaching the Christian mes- 13 amendments to the fourth with them.
sage. The Christian cannot devote chapter 0 f the liturgical
two Englishmen have been This is the first time In any
himself to his
exclusively schema:
canonized Sts. John Fisher
ecumenical council the
I and Thomas More-and an- r own profession in the world. 1. An emphasis on the fact topicof

other 136 martyrs beatified.But He has clear cut religious that Christ continues His the laity has become a

Father Dominic will be the duties as well. priestly activities through BISHOPS, Page 8

first Catholic of England to be Finally, the schema treats of

raised to the honors 0 f the a .i 3 .., ,. the layman's relationship with Holy Father Consecrates

the hierarchy.The .
altar since the Church won

BRITISH, Page 8 : layman, It states, has a
from 6 ContinentsVATICAN
R right to expect all due care Bishops

and assistance from the pas-

News Notes tors of the Church. 0 nth e CITY (NC)-Mission Sunday was observed

other hand, he is also boundto here by the 30,000 persons in St. Peter's Basilica who

respectful obedience towards witnessed Pope Paul VI's consecration of 14 Bishops from
On CongressDiocesan ecclesiastical authority. H e six continents.,

must refrain from unjust crit- An American and an Italian life of the Church. It is not a

contingent activity."It .
who spent most of his youth In
Eucharistic Nov. 2 MassSet the United States are among is the principle dnty
which demands and requires
CongressTime the 14 new Bishops.The .

: 11 a.m. through 3 p.m. _. __.. .. .., ..... ,.a Coast American is Bishop all of jour pner leli.! "
Place: Jacksonville Suns' Sta- it "" V &iUIl ".II""'; "' """" -- at Arnold It. Cotey 8.D-S., of The Bishops consecrated by
Xachingwea, Tanganyika, anative
Archbishop Joseph P. Hur CemeteryST. two Frenchmen, two Belgiansand
Men of Greater Jacksonville ers pledged their assistancein of Milwaukee.
each from the U.S.
ley will be In Jacksonvillefrom one ,
present at the recent inter- planning for the diocesan Eucharistic Also consecrated was Arch- Korea
Rome where he has! Congress PETERSBURG All Spain, England Japan, ,
parish meeting of head ush- Eucharistic Congress at Jacksonville bishop Igino Cardinale, apostolic Thailand, India and Northern
been attending the general;
Souls Day, Saturday, Novem-
on the Feast of delegate to Great Britain,
council. He will be the celebrant Breviary Reforms Christ the King, Sunday, IndulgencesPRIESTS ber 2, Pinellas County Catholics who lived in Boston and Rhodesia.Bishop-elect Eugene Ablssa
of the pontifical Mass
1 will gather at 10 a.m. at
VATICAN CITY (XC) -A October 27. They are, from Brooklyn.At Kwaku of Abengourou, Ivory
beginning at 11 a.m.
attend the
Calvary Cemetery to
radical reform of the breviarywas the left, front row, MichaelJ. AND THE FAITHFUL who attend the Mass in commemoration of all the end of the three-hour Coast, who was expected to be

The Priest who will give the voted at the October 22 ish. Gagliano Martin, Assumption P. Puhl, Sacred par Eucharistic Congress on October 27 in the faithful departed.The ceremony, the Pope said in a among the Bishops consecratedin
the ecumenical ;
sermon at the Mass for the meeting three to Heart, Green Cove Springs; Jacksonville may obtain special indulgences. Those annual Mass. at the brief Latin homily that the Rome on Mission Sunday, Is
council. Amendments
Congress is Father Bernard J.cFadden. who Christ's Presence in the
eight of a set of 13 amend- A. "". Torrans, St. Paul in pay homage to Holy outdoor altar is announcedby consecration was the "renew- recovering in Abidjan, Nigeria,
( He is vicepresidentof Eucharist this feast of Christ the King
Jacksonville Father Mortimer on may Father William G. Corry,

Bishop Moore High Schoolin ments to the fourth chapter of ; ; ing of the mystery of the from injuries caused by an
Danaher obtain these indulgences: director of Catholic cemeteries
Congress executive
Orlando. the liturgy schema were transmission not only of the automobile accident.
secretary; William F. A plenary indulgence, under the usual condi- in the Diocese of St.
passed. image but also of the virtue of
Daly, San Jose; Nathaniel tions, once only. Augu'tine.
Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan, Among these were provisionsfor
dean the modification of the Breaker, Crucifixion; F. E.- -' A plenary indulgence, if one devoutly takes Father Edward J. Mulliganof Christ in the most exalted Masses CancelledIn
of the will
area, give
Solemn Benediction of the hour of Matins with fewer Vallencourt, St. Matthew; part in the solemn Eucharistic procession, and in St. Petersburg's Transfig- level which He has granted to ParishesIt

lessons standing, H. T. Chojnacki, St.Mary addition to confession and receives Holy Com- uration parish (one of the His Church.
Most Blessed Sacrament closingthe psalms and longer ; goes
is stressed in Jacksonville
Orange Park; George speakers scheduled to give a -
recitationof Pope Paul stressed that the
of Prime
day of the Congress at suppression ;
Lillienthal St. Pius E. munion.A diocesan this week that due
; Roy sermon at the forthcoming -
3 p.m. a "little hour" correspondingto plenary innonce: under the usual condi- new Bishops must respond to
Baer, Christ the King; Thomas Eucharistic Congress in to the diocesan Eucharistic -
the time of day, and com- tions, for those who &present for the papal bless- the command of Christ to
E. Mallem, Immaculate Jacksonville] ) will give a ser- Congress and its Pon-
Food and cold drinks, milk pletion of the revision of the ing and receive it in a spirit of true devotion.An preach the Gospel to all
Conception; T. H. Jordan, St. mon on All Souls at the Calvary tifical Mass at 11 a.m. on
and coffer will be available psalter.At of 15 if visits the
indulgence years, one
Paul Naif Mussleh observance.The ples.
; HolyRosary Cemetery
October 27 at the Suns'Stadium
4 at the Sun. Stadium on the the U.S. Bishops' press Blessed Sacrament exposed for adoration
noted this week ; Henry A. Rochrig, public Mass will be celebratedby "The preaching of the Gos- Masses will
of the it
day Const: ess.' panel, was
Resurrection William :M. and recites six times (once for the intention of the
that the Bishops might be al- Monsignor Patrick J. pel, or as we say in the termsof be scheduled in Greater
F- Pittman, Sacred Heart; H. Pope) the Our Father, the Hail :Mary and the GloryBe Trainor, pastor of St. John
Parishes have made arrangmeets our modern language, the Jacksonville
permission Norman Devine Sr., St. Pat- to the Father. Church in St. Petersburg
to bring groups l rick David Naughton, St. of is pastoral and missionary duty, churches after 9 a.m. that
e An seven if
indulgence one Beach.
the in years
their areas to the Congress- Priests to read breviary day.In event of rain however
Paul at Jacksonville Beach is apparent in all its interiorand
; function of .
altar boys, choirs, special l the Aernacular. ent at any sacred the Congress.An Parishioners in the area are the Congress committee
groupings. The special train,,. (More details on the changesIn William B. McKenney, :Most: indulgence of 100 days, if one performsany all welcome to come to Calvaryto explosive force," he said. said each parish

{ therefore, was not necessaryand the breviary will be carried Holy Redeemer; and D. P. work of religion in a spirit of penance for the participate in the annual "Evangelism shows itself to would have a noon Mass..V'1j .

was not scheduled. next week.-Ed.) White, Blessed Trinity. success of the Congress. observance of All Souls Day. be part of the essence of the


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Page Two "The'Florida-Catholic, Friday, Oct 25, 1963 Sarasota .

ST. PETERSBURG Florida ReportsThe INCARNATION The Ave Maria Guild of Itv .

x r tV carnation Church Is sponsoring C. Craig

r a covered dish supper on Tuesday Contractor .nd Distributorfor
October :23 at 6 p.m. The
Flower Dell St. Petersburg St Petersburg ?fd supper will fc* served in the

BLESSED TRINITYAt 1 :' 4 4N church hall, located on Bee Vikon Metal Ceramic
Florist & Gifts the meeting of the Blessed BeachST. r L Ridge Road. Those who will and Mosaic Tiles

1621 Central St. Petersburg Trinity Men's Club October 14 JOHN 4 attend are asked to bring table 917.94th St. So 347- IOIJacson's

Phone: 862-4722 or 862.7961 in the parish social hall, a The members of St. John's \3 service. Reservations may be
brass plaque reading "Donatedby Auxiliary held a continuous made by calling Mrs. Eileen

the Blessed Trinity Men's rosary on Thursday, October Benante and Mrs. John Bren-

CHARM and ECONOMYAn Club" was presented to Father 21, beginning after the 8:15: nan at 921-7108: or Mrs Robert !: Shoes

$11,500 FURNISHED HOMKHere'i Louis J. Bentivoglio by RobertJ. Mass until 8 p.m. It was Unit. tt-- ..< ,. ., Orengio at 02H128. Ladisi1 & Men's
a comfortable comnact ed Nations Day and the intention .,'. ,
home on a traffic-fre street In Rothe president of the club. < : Clinic Miller
BKLLE VISTA BKACH. It hasbedrooms This plaque is to be placedon was for peace. ;." :: ; EustisST.
2 another room which Plans are made for the annual i: ..' y VitatyV.yenberq!;
can serve as either a Florida the church organ in recognition 'S" .,, e 3'r MARY
room or 3rd BEDROOM, a Lath, spaghetti dinner, to be : -- : Cushioned Ballaires
of the "
completion of the
; "f" .]? '*" I .. i .InIl'r Miss Nelda Furey of ti.j: par
kitchen with Friffidalr k Hot. served on November 14 from .. ; _
point appliance, a garage living efforts of the Men's Club in of Dr and Mrs, 641 Central Avo. 862-1355
ish daughter
to 7 at St. John's cafe- ,
room &: FIBERGLASS raising the amount of $1700.00to 4 p.m. ::: P:., s
SCREENED PATIO. There'a an teria. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ; } William J. Furey Jr., Is a
for the This
attic fan. lawn and clean, pay organ. was
pump Bosco will again prepare the It : freshman at Jmmaculata College
convenient bottled gas heat. IJOt one of the first projects takenon _
size la 70x100'. The present" mort- by the Men's Club and was family meal. A committee has K hn. in Pennsylvania. ENJOY AUTOMATIC
gage about $4.600. payable
been named to white ,
operate a
$59.70 monthly including 4 Pet started early in 1962. "KeepRiled"DELIVERY
Interest but you can probablyget Election of officers for the elephant and linen booth.

want a It larger It's vacant mortgage BO you if you may ensuing year was held at this '..w. ..,., ..)'.....A.-.:. ,. "" ..,.,..,......_......".-.. .<, ., 7 .". ..'. HEINZENAfflhk
see it today. time and the new officers of OrlandoST. NEW OFFICERS, ST. JAMES, ORLANDO Phone:
H'E' '
the Men's Club are W. Hugh JAMES St. James Catholic Women's Club members have resumed the season under these s St. Pefe-898.1111

FRAN T. HURLEY Davis president; Robert C. The St. James Catholic Wom leaders in Orlando: Father Terence J. Farrelly, pastor, and from left, Mrs. W. E. W Clearwater-M6-8314

INC. Loudermilch v 1 c e-president; en's Club met October 14 Keiter, treasurer; :Mrs. Quentin L. Green, vice-president; Mrs. James A. McLeod, SERVICE
John P. Hogan, secretary; and at St. James School, with I-KEE PICKUP ft DELIVERY 'fJ rFddorl/Co:
:Sth st REALTORS 3S1-1Ul president; Mrs. John W. Rourk Sr., recording secretary; and Mrs. Ben C. Cimock, SUb St. 11th AT*. So.
PASS-A-GRILLE BEACH George W. McGovern, treas- Mrs. James A. McLeod t>n.,...,.....CnnnrHnO'! .. secrets: : rJ'. Phone 867S8
'"'''' '''!''' '.u..b
OFFICE OPEN SUNDAYS urer. There will be an installation president, presiding. The 611 GREEN STAMPS OLDEST and LARGESTIN
banquet on November 11. Itb St. 10 11th AT*. So.
program featured a panel JacksonvilleSAN DeLandST. MaitlandST. Phone SX-I1IS PINELLAS
At that time the officers will discussion of the ecumenical

assume their duties. council moderated by Mrs. JOSE PETER MARY MAGDALENFather

ST. MARY Brantley Burcham. Mrs. GlenR. Love, parental supervision, Approximately 60 women Francis J. Fish C.M. TERMITES SWARMING ? ?

The Saint Martin Guild of Pierson traced the history; and respect for the law are were in attendance at the meeting will conduct a solemn novenain -FOB AN HONEST DEAL CALL O'NEAL"(9'fllealWe..mile

Immaculate Conception Church Mrs. Henry L. Killen reviewedthe among the most important fac- of St. Peter's Rosary-Altar honor of Our Lady of the

will sponsor a card party for beginnings of the move tors in curbing juvenile delinquency Society held on October 16 in :Miraculous Medal beginning ( ? & ffe l @c,,Jl

I the benefit of the parish on ment within the Church Municipal Judge JohnE. the parish hall at 8 p.m. The Sunday, November 3, and ending

w Wednesday October 30 at 1:30p.m : through the encyclicals of the Santora stated in an address opening prayer was led by Father Monday, November 11. PAUL G. PHILLIP President
r hall. various Popes to and in. to the San Jose Parish Patrick Malone, and was This will be a family novena OERVTNO PJNELLAS COUNTY OVER 15 TEARS
in St. Mary's up J8M Fairfield AT. 8.. St. Petersburg T.lcphoa. t-Sltl
t cluding Pope John XXIII. Guild. He spoke on Monday offered for a sick member Miss and Father Hubert J. Reason

Flowers for Every Occ 5 onflnman's Father Vincent E. Smith, night, October 14. Although Mary Alice Sawyer who is a urges as many families as pos
guest speaker evaluated the much is read about youthful patient at Ormond Beach Osteo- sible to participate in this

FlowersBonded effects of the Council on "the offenders, the actual percentage pathic Hospital.Mrs. "time of Grace" in our parish.

Florist man in the pew" and answered of teenagers who have difficulties :: Norman Wedekind, The time of the novena will be

Telegraph Delivory questions from the floor. The with the law is 1 per member of the Confraternityof announced in next Sunday's

..... 3931 Central Ave. 862-3661 extensive study and presentation cent or less, said Judge San- Christian Doctrine committee bulletin.

E?' -s: of the panel stimulated tora.Mrs. announced that Mrs. Lucy Beginning November 3, a
I F "S 1 s queries as to possible changesin D. D. Berga, presidentof Roland has been added to the nursery will be established at OPEN BAT.

1 Blue Ribbon the liturgy the increase of the Guild, gave a report on teaching staff of the catechism the 8:30: Mass for children of f to II NOOK
Financing participation of the laity in the meeting of the St. Augus- classes for non-parochial school six months to six years.
rfJ. .
will help you buy or build your Church affairs and the attitudes tine Deanery DCCW held in children. Over 60 women enjoyed the Phone ST.75th' PETERSBURG AT*. A Gulf BEACH Bird TRUST'

new home at lowest cost. of other Christian groups Tallahassee. The Home and School Com recent Day of Recollection heldat 0-S5Sl Your Account Insured br T.D.I.C.' 8ERVIC1

Put him to work for V' /eu4530r with the obstacles that exist on Plans being made for the mittee under the chairman St. Mary Magdalen parish
you. the path to eventual unity. Eucharistic Congress were dis- ship of Mrs. Richard Calkins Maitland under the retreat

First Federal SavingsAnd Handmade garments for the cussed by Father :Mortimer will sponsor a Halloween Party master, Father Francis Walsh.

Loan AssociationOf St. Petersburg use of the children at Maris Danaher. All members were for the children of St. Peter's There will be a bake sale at Cameo Dining Room

St. Petersburg 4645 9th Street North Stella Villa were brought to urged to attend the Congress: School. St, Mary Magdalen School Excellent

the meeting as part of the fall with their families.A Mrs. John Mattingly, chair Maitland, Sunday, October 27 Superb Srrvlre

in-gathering of the needlework fall dance will be sponsored man of the trading stamp after all Masses. O EDWARD JAMES HOTEL

i guild. Fifty per cent of the by the Guild at the drive, announced that stampsare JacksonvilleBeach Delirious Charcoal Seafood. Chops Bad
Southside Woman's Club
women present signed up for on being collected from every dinner Chicken
active participation under the November 23 at 9 p.m. M r s. Delicious Charcoal and
one in the parish for a projectof '
Broiled Stub LEE KEIMAX, Plan
T. R. chairman of
various committees. A new the society. ST. PAULOn 11750 Gulf Blvd-Treasure Island 361-8261
confraternity study club is this event outlined progress Mrs. Daniel Lascelles, recent
being made by her committee Tuesday, October 29 at
being formed. rummage sale chairman reported -
for this annual affair. 7:30: p.m., members of St. Paul'sParents
r The November meeting will a net profit of $582.07on
will FREE 24-HOUR
Auxiliary sponsor
present another panel on the this sale.

Your Full-Service nnl liturgical year as it pertainsto Catholic Guild of Most Each circle of the Rosary. a acquainted dish menu will social.be A servedin covered 6 Ambulance ServiceThis

-r Commercial Bailk daily living, with Father Holy Redeemer Church held a Altar Society will be responsible .
the school auditorium. Parents
service offers Trained
Terence J. Farrelly the main meeting on October 16 at the for a booth at the fall festival -
helps make the mast of of children in the parish Attendants Oxygen Equipped Ambulances -
you your worwytm speaker.ST. home of :Mrs. W. G. Dingman. which will be held November CAll-any
..,, w Anywhere In City Without
.itAIt,11001" Plans were discussed for a school are invited.Lantana of day or
22-23 the
",0 r m Monday tlt",11 rnday a.d sordday cr'Itfri.nd"p ;Ag CHARLES on parish obligation.
dance which will be held on night
you can bank on!- Members of St. Charles Par. grounds in a circus tent.
November 30 at the Riverside C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL
In connection with the festival 342-8821
ish Council enjoyed a covered I
A retreat for single HOME
Woman's Club Jacksonville. young
SOl 59th St. No.
dish dinner, followed bya a dinner on Saturday night -
girls has been scheduled at the
Notice of final
arrangements will be served in the parish
business meeting on October
Cenacle Retreat House Lan-
tit ill be given later.Daytona hall and is to the public.
in the social open .
at 6:30 .
17 : p.m. tana, for the weekend of November +
JiwotltlW.' / Iftrftt IAIt. IW M..N'M.,.l In cil i Inurur. e.rOrlhl' hall. A committee headed by BeachOUR :Mrs.: Andre Tuquet is making 13. Father Joyce For Clubs
Mrs. Charles F. Houff served arrangements for the roast r f
Spencer C.P., will be in charge.The .
the buffet to 132 members, including LADY OF LOURDESMiss beef dinner. retreat will begin on For Holy Name
t 15 members. :: Clark administrator On Sunday, November 24, the r
new Mary Friday night, November 1, and r Breakfast
Mrs. Glen Graham announcedthat of the new home and clinic booths will be closed. However end on Sunday afternoon, November

r Everyone will enjoy this 100 children had enrolledin for the aged, Mater Dei at Daytona a barbecued chicken dinner 3, about 4:15. Information For Church
the catechism class Beach last will be served in the tent beginning
Sunday week to
spoke may be outlined by con GatheringsCall
7 FamilyI- for four and five year olds. the members of Our Lady of at 11 a.m. until late tacting Joann M. Mikill, 1500

Mrs. Arthur J. Mates asked for Lourdes Woman's Club. She in the afternoon.The Oak Drive, Lake Clarke Shores, .
will be Invitedto
for the of admission
toys Sunday nursery. gave a resume Florida5824374.
Restaurant Members were asked to save procedures for the new home an open house at St. Peter's The following weekend, November

I clothing at home for the an and clinic. Church during the afternoon. 8.10, is a general retreat sterDONUT

nual drive to be held in No- Father Brendan C. Donnelly open to all women for
specials day StarkeST.
every vember. Old sheets are neededfor I.C. moderator stress-
whom it is convenient.The .
or Just drop in anytime
e Fine food at modest
making bed pads and dress- ed the need for volunteers fora EDWARD weekend of November Pasadena
Ave., 341-7041 34th St., 898-434J
over 24 years ings for cancer patients. These committee to work on the Father Thomas F. Kelly has 15-17 has been reserved for the

may be brought to the home fisher program. inaugurated the winter seas- students of St. Leo's College.

economics room of Bishop Father Irvine Nugent added on's schedule for Sunday The weekend of November .

Moore High School on November that he wanted as many of the Masses in the parish at Starke 22-21 has been scheduled for

5 at 10 a.m. parishioners as possible to at- and its missions in Keystone high school Retreat under con KINGFISHRESTAURANT

fl theLIGHTHOUSE The Council voted a donation tend the Eucharistic Congressin Heights and :Macclenny.: The fraternity of Christian Doctrine .

toward the new convent being Jacksonville.Mrs. schedule follows: auspices of Rockledge, Cocoa,

y built for the Sisters of St. Joseph Gene Petruccianl, president St. Edward Church, Starke, and Cocoa Beach.

RESTAURANT who teach at St. Charles reminded members of the 9:30 a.m.; St. William Mission, Inquiries concerning any of

School and Bishop Moore High year's events planned 'at a Keystone Heights 8 a.m.; and the above may be directed to
School. It also will give trading board meeting. St. Mary Mission, Macclenny, the Cenacle Retreat House SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST

Tyrone Blvd. Park St. No. stamps of all kinds toward FATHER LOPEZAt ; 11 a.m. 1400 South Dixie (Route 1)),
St. Petersburg furnishings for the convent. the October 17 meeting of Florida, JUstice 2.2534.MUMFORD. Golden Fried or Boiled Shrimp

Monsignor Charles A. Bartok the Mother's Club of Father Succulent Scallops

showed colored slides about Lopez High School, plans were Deadlines 0 Luscious Lobsters

the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. discussed for future projects.The News stories from any .arre
Such slides or films will be Club will sponsor a rum- should reach "The Florid* Catholic"offiee Refrigeration ramp- Air Srrtlre CoadltlonlnrHeat YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER -
shown at each meeting.ST. mage sale November 4.9 at J54 \ no later than Monday: nrwiplctqrrn Good t'ud: Appliance SERVED OCEAX FRESH
should each tbf editor hy
BUDDY HILL'SAUTO ANDREW Volusia Avenue \In paytona\ )}'rldaf| !- for, pabllfatoa!; | In the fol .I8- 'lh. fit..hatb HUSHPUPPIES AND ROLLS -

Enthusiastic response to the Beach. Articles for the sale lowing Friday's issue.Ho 896-1487 phone.Day MU 8X81141OHHSHBLL Chicken and SteaksAt

plans for the "Snow Ball" is may be brought to the schoolor Famous Johns Pass
SALES anticipated by the sponsors, to the sale locafipn.. Mrs. tls FOR SALE O.a 7 Gays '
r members of St. Andrew Ladies Connie Berardi is chairman.The 601 56th Street North
New Jersey owner reduces price
Club will also
Featuring: Guild of Orlando. They invite sponsora $1500 below appraisal 3 BR. 1H .RIaTAVRA ria
the public now to come to the card party and entertainmentin bath Library, Fla. Room. Near
CORY AIRS January. Co-chairmen for St. Judes-Bishop Barry. T pkYpF
November 16 semiformal 2401 Park St. North o0CR FROM "JOSEPHINE TUSSAUD"OF
FALCONSVALIANTS ," .: dance at the National Guard the event are Mrs.:: Fred Lambert Custom Built Masonry Horn on Ey .
: and Mrs. Charles Small. landscaped corner lot. 2 King as
from 9 to 1. Music will ENGLAND
:. Armory, Size Bedroom 1% bath. Fla. avsTeRApt'
be by Dick Kelly's orchestra. Room. Immense screen Lanai I
FAIRLANE 500's Leader Honored carafe. 01.. on tie. w.t rfr.al .4 -
be refreshments. 4
There will JU.JO REALTY h..tlI.l l MAXIMO 4 Florlela' Mwtrst and most ...
CHEV I ll's I '. -J The donation will be $3.50 per WASHINGTON( ) 194-7302 344-2731 4101 J7 St. >. T. MOORIMOS. Ii sad attraction at tin sign of

F85's couple and it is announced that Georgetown University here TN 11g ho.I
which is observing its 175th anniversary
; no tickets will be sold at the
TEMPESTS *, door. presented Sean F.

BUICK SPECIALS For tickets call Judy Bakich, Lemass, Ireland's prime min LOW COST t I 5505 GULF BOULEVARD
ister with a medal of honor. ST. PETERSBURG ill
CY 3-OS34 or Ann Eifert -
& CY 32074. Co-chairmen are The theme of the university's ;'L'21' BEACH III
MANY OTHERSWe Mrs. Orval Jackson and Mrs. observance is "wisdom and Jnt Nartfe af... Icy Way jj I

Thomas W. Fowler assisted bya discovery for a dynamic

specialize in financingWe committee. world," and the medal is struckto g,;, OPEN DAILY!
honor those; who have con.

consider 90 days cash tributed to "the wisdom and Available 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.

discovery of a dynamic world." l
NO PAYMENTS 'TIL JAN. 15, 1964 I Father Gerard J. CampbellSJ. I
., executive vice presidentof THE NATIONAL.BANK
Georgetown, made the presentation His Holiness! Pope John
18th & Central Avenue See Lafc'.lw At*. ,... saying "the prime '1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH XXIII and other famous figAres. -
\\K WIKP. FI.OWERS minister has had an important So lifelike you'll beiavthey're !
Member F.D.I.C.
St. Petersburg 8C7-2I3T. part in the foundation of Ire ALIVE1!
land today.




," .--.. ..' -...... 0 ..,..... J-';: .-... .) l The Florida Catholic Friday Oct. 25, 1963 Page Three I

I Holy Name Banner I .- : '- ',: : i "1" i .t .

: tf-) 19311QZvo.J.e { I.. F X .1 'if) : ; J ;' Holy Name'sIndulgences St. Augustine

THE annual convention of the Diocesan Union of Holy t. .
..., .'. .
1 ftI : ;

Name Societies which is currently upon us this week- <.III'""'./.,.";.' .:.,..:.-; ........:., ..---f. \.' .. .. ...."-'.....'.".,' are among
end in Jacksonville promises indeed to be the greatestever. : ,- T.1. INDULGENCES
benefits of
All a OFFICE OF THE MAYOR ,J.\CK ()X'lLLtillORID.\, :.
Holy Name should make "
men again an open :- ;,',,: > membership in the Holy

strong manifestation of Faith by attending both the full :>'. $ i Name Society. At the time
convention Sat- / t
program on
rector of Holy Name Societies of the annual convention, it
nrriaxr y and the Eucharistic ___. .
? "
irom iewThe. x ori,. $9d4 is noted that Holy Name
Congress Sunday---n----: 1
presence of J'atherlcCm.th .'HAYOON BUNSMAVO-COMMISS.ONCR W.v.WMIyECtcutivc tSEGRETARY.k men receive plenary indul-

As all Holy Name membersare :: )" at our convention _... -- gences on these occasions: THOMPSONand
aware : .
headquarters j is a signal honor to all mem- :;; : : On the day of enrollment.On .

is the Hotel Koo.-e- bets of the Diocesan!' Unionof > ; the Octave of the birthof BAILEY
velt which is located : : '
on West Holy name societies.On .: :. : : { : > Christ, if they assist with 8 Cathedral PlaceSt.

.Vdams Street, ,. ': :....t. ,;:;:<.:; .: ,:-,.:. <" ..: p.'" other Holy Name men at all or VA 4.1631
between Main '. Sunday morning at 8:00: ', Augustine -

and Laura o'clock the speaker at breakfast : ';:: ',, : :::. :: t>: :: part of the Mass.
will be Robert J. Schellen- On the second Sunday of the
Streets. Her- ....'.'. '. .' -,. -, .,, THESEADVERTISERS
: ", .' month in PATRONIZE
: for the
: : taking part
bert A. Wish- i berg, a member of our executive .... '. ,.-.. : >>:. TO THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC .. .- ".' ..
: '. : '- procession in honor of the
am, the host board and chairman of .: :.:. :: .: -: ::-- -. : : Holy Name of Jesus.

deanery presi the Florida press committee.Mr. K.:" VXVMAYOR. : : ?" ''. !.TDON'BUiNS. : WELCOMES EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS .: ; Once a month, for those who WHO SUPPORT

dent and pre 4w Schellenberg'.s topic :.' :- '.' spend half or quarter of an
siding officer '' will\ he "Christ. Our Light and hour daily in mental prayer.

of the, has convention been-' .a : Our Strength. On behalf of the City of Jacksonville, it gives me great pleasure to Once a year, for those who

working feverishly Dan \au htoa The Mother Church of Jack extend a special invitation to the Third EUcharistic Congress Jacksonvilleis spend the days of Lent in

with Dioc. rn.. sonville, the Immaculate Con ready to extend a warm welcome to the 25,000 Catholics scheduled to attend, prayer, mortification and sil
ception, is within ence.
our convention chairman, easy walking and I will personally do everything in ny power to insure the success of this
distance of the convention At the moment of death, for
Clyde W. King and they have hoteL It is located at the very worthwhile project. Ve are proud of the fine religious atmosphere of our those who-having confessed

planned a program which I corner of East Duval and City and this public exhibition of devotion to God will do much to enhance its with true sorrow and received
am sure will long be
Ocean Streets. Holy Communion-call on the

bered. Assisting Mr. Wisham The convention has It comes. at a time when all men would do well to pause in this world of Holy Name of Jesus devoutly.
and Mr. King is Johnnie H. program etr
Montgomery who did such a been planned in harmonywith tensions to be thankful for his faith, and show the atheistic-cooeunist worldwe

splendid job as chairman of the Eucharistic Congresson are a God fearing people and we are proud to be in a free land where ve SALES and SERVICE 1 r

the convention committee in Sunday, October 27th, the can show our devotion to Christ.

Jacksonville In 1960. Feast of Christ The King. This ChevroletBuickFort

day will no doubt be the most ?
Highlight of the convention I not only invite Catholict frost other Florida cities, or from out of
will be a talk by Father Denis memorable one in the historyof Marion
r B. McCarthy, national di. the Catholic Church in the the State, but strongly urge everyone who can to come. The inner personal

t city of Jacksonville.The satisfaction of such a pilgrimage is deep and long lasting It it well Chevrolet Co. Use Our Low Cost

will worth the effort, and rest assured the City of Jacksonville is looking .
Congress program 123 San Marco Ave.

be centered around a solemn forward to your visit Checking Plan
For An St. AugustineVA
,. Pontifical Mass to be celebratedat

EstimateCallUS 11 a.m. in the Jacksonville 9-2212 You can keep an accu

Suns' stadium and will con. zLcJL record of
rate your spending
: clude with Solemn Benedictionof ) We Offer To A Select CllenteU

l the Most Blessed Sacramentat A Limited umber Of Platted and really keep to
3 o'clock in the afternoon. MAYO :OHMISSIONER And Improved Family Estates
1, BUTLER BROS. Four, Fire And Sir Acre Parcels your budget with our
I! These devotions will be on
live television. Father Michael Mission Valley simple I checking account

i LUMBER CO. will ------- -
V. Gannon serve as nar-
bishop t u1ogizedOGDENSBURG system.
rator. Father Gannon is director Estates
West Palm Beach West Coast Deanery Meet (XC) -Th of the Mission of Nombrede News Notes St. Augustine
late Bishop Leo R. Smith o f I'n"t Office<< ROT :37
TE 2.6171 Dios in St. Augustine. Laurel Road Kant !Sarasota Co.Laurel .
Held in Dunedin October 17 On Ogdensburg was eulogized her e Florida National Bank
The Name convention
Holy as "a dedicated Priest, an experienced
A D.60088(!0Brockurei )
committee is urging all Holy administrator n d
I i-I Restriction and
DUNEDIN-Another in the series of area meetings of
Name men to attend the con Twenty-five policemen will canonist, a learned scholar, a Prices on request Safety-ServiceGREGG'S
vention as well as the Con. Catholic women took place last week. The season beganfor be in charge of parking at the good Bishop."

5 % gress and bring their wives the Council of Catholic Women at Tallahassee this I diocesan Eucharistic Congress; This tribute was given b Y

and children along. Parochialand month; Dunedin was the next city to be host to a deanery I other law enforcement officersare Monsignor Joseph G. Bailey/ HOME OF FLOWERS

INTEREST high school students from C ounci'1 ga 4.I.uta-Ul: After the business meeting, aiding in the easy flow of rector of St. Mary's cathedral Lakeland's Only Downtown Florist

most of the diocese will par The fall meeting of the West luncheon traffic on the highways that who preached the sermon a I;
I a was served and Flowers for Every Occasion
ticipate in the Eucharistic Coast Deanery of the St. Augustine day to and from the outdoor Bishop Smith's funeral.
with Scottish
was highlighted a
CATHOLICChurchHosPifal Congress. Diocesan Council was theme. Members of the cast observance in Jacksonville. Pontifical Requiem Mass wa:3 318 South Florida Avenue MU 28427FQR

held in Dunedin on Ortober 17. offered on October 15 by Bishop
The convention committeehas I of "Brigadoon" presented a *. *. *.
The Rosary Society of OUI"I of Paterson
James J. Navagh -
planned an interesting: and :short program and showed Father Danaher is
I entertaining program for the Lady of Lourdes Church welcomed their costumes for the musical. gratefulto longtime friend of Bisho]p : BETTER SRQVES: AMR CRQPS USE
School over 400 members and George G. Robinson who is
his immediate
wives and children of the Holy Outside of Dunedin, attend Smith and predecessor
guests of the Catholic women's in charge of Jacksonville's of Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite
as Bishop Ogden!:
committee is
I Name men. ance, mark were led by the
BONDS headed by Mrs. Frank Tas&6he' meet, including parish Priests ;Clearwater St. Cecelia Women's Recreation Department. His burg. Bishop Smith, 58, died o f : :
from the West Coast area. heart attack in Rome when & Hi-Calcium Lime
a e
- - as chairman assisted by Mrs. Club with 60 present; and St. help, suggestions and coopera-
A dialogue :Mass: was offered .
Clyde W. King and Mrs. .Jude St. Petersburg, with 15 tion are appreciated. he was attending ecumenical "*
DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. by "'atht'l.I.th.... !>. council. : -; ; tFROIyf
Johnnie Montgomery.This present from the women'sgroup.
403 Florid Theatre Bnlldlnr ))unni an, moderator of the *

St.PeHriborc I, 1U. Ph. !6:-0361l Convention-Congress Deanery. Following the :Mass: A beautiful altar i iplanned. i"i Layman at Council CRYSTAL RIVER QUARRIES, INC
affords wonderful Among the clergy at the
NAME .........:;............... weekend a a breakfast was !served< in meeting with Father DuBois It will have a gulden VATICAX CITY (XC) A pte 795-240?
opportunity for all of us to
12th has been inviteto
ADDRESS .................... spiritual advantages as the parish hall. and Father Dunnigan were, crown marking the day layman 6ft tOt/lt/ SPRE/M5ES iSEIRSCE
gain Father William W. DuBoiswas which is, the feast of Christ attend the second session o ds
CITT...........-M ST.iTE....... well as enjoy a most pleasant the guest speaker at the from Tampa: Father James M. the :King. Rich gulden and the ecumenical council. He i:
F.C. Buckley SJ., Sacred Heart; Fa
trip. business meeting held at the red velvet panels will forma Dr. Emil Inglessis from Greece,
i ther George Hines C.SS.R., St.
----- Kapok Tree Inn. The theme of backdrop. The altar is to who will represent the Cath GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES
Joseph; Father Thomas Burke,
I the meeting, "That All May Be be placed in the middle of olic laity of Eastern Rite Cath
CLEARWATERfor Christ the King; Father JohnP.
One" was the topic of his talk. the baseball diamond. olic Churches the counci 1 2ra
Lawler, Corpus Christi in
Father DuBois recommended press bulletin has announced.
I Temple Terrace; Father John *. *

for the best in... praying the greatest prayer, X. Linnehan, Most Holy Re A sound system is being arranged -
the Mass, as the most emphaticway
deemer. to bring voices of the JUST TWO BLOCKS FROM
could out
pest: women carry From St. Petersburg and speakers and the Priests who
their role in spreading Chris- I ST. PATRICK'S PARISH AND SCHOOL
ai area: Father Timothy Allman, will lead the prayers to the
JEWELERS tian doctrine. He also pointedout Largest Prescription
control 4 St. Jude; Father Wm. J. Wein- mammoth crowd.
that women should become Fidelity Pharmacy In the SouthI 1 HUGH EDWARDS INC.X. .
heimer St. Raphael Father appreciate patronage ,
; Sound of Jacksonville has arranged your
Diamonds Watches l Fishers and teachers to help Free Delivery FR 4-7691 E. 16th Ave. & 15th
John Bolger, Transfiguration; the installation of microphones Street
servcecall fulfill Christ's admonition "Let Huntington Bldg. Miami
Silverware Father Louis Bentivoglio, I and amplifiers.
the little ones come unto Me.
r Blessed Trinity; and Father
Mi>. Joseph Schoebert of l

1213 PHONE Cleveland 446-6975 Plata lain Diocesan Gallie.Council president" also of poke the Frank Also Gulfport.Goodman present ,were Holy Father Namein ALL SOULS DAY MASS NOVEMBER 2., 10 A. M.

the meeting. Her subject
at :
I Michael Leap O.S.B., New Port
CLEARWATER for the saki of your home the of the Deanerycommittee
was duty .
Father William Neu-
haus, Tarpon Springs; and Father -
dedicated to on
David B. Cronin of Plant
CLARK'SGULF its work.Medical.

e( SERVICE e Center Gift were City Co-chairmen and Mrs.V'Brandon.for. E.the Humphreyand meeting COUNTY


PHONE 446-3710 University's new $20 million were assisted by Mrs. Edward THEY DO NOT MARK THE END OF ALL THINGS BUT THE BEGINNING.

medical center has received a Carey, Mrs. Patrick J. McNeil, /<.

$50,000 gift from the Robert R. Mrs. James Reilly, Mrs. Gerald
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FERTILIZERS INSECTICIDES, SEEDS & PLANTS bed hospital and a new medical members of the Rosary Society REQUIRES WHERE f .. ... :

r GARDEN TOOLS FREE DELIVERY school.) will be broken next aided In the preparations for '"

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benefit, presents proceeds of the event given by the
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Frank J. Sheed j]t Pope Paul VIMother --

Catholic CommentOn .

Salve Regina ExplainsLove I of God's Glory Celebrated

Friends and Enemies Honor Given Our Lady ]HOLLOWING is a portion of the translation of an address in French made by the

r Pope last month to several thousands of members of Marian congregations meeting -
U/CATHOLICS do make fuss the
a over Virgin Mary.
His ] in Rome. In it the Pontiff emphasizes the Blessed Virgin Mary offers man spiritual
Lord be with
who the The promise of Our to
ANYONE even scans magazine v They may pay lip service to Christ, but they go to
the corner drugstore cannot Church and to send it the Spirit of Truth His mother for preference." riches always and especiallyin that such a Mother easily awakens rors to one in which one

but be struck by the amount of publicitythat guarantees the handing on of the Faith We hardly know where to start, for we are being calledon this month of saying the in hearts, and the breathes fully the freedom of

the Church and its activities have intact. to defend ourselves for doing something holy rosary. whole train of the simplest, adoptive sons.

been receiving of late. Within the last The temporalities of Church adminis- ,J so natural that in us it needs no Dear Sons and Daughters! sweetest, purest and most They are seeking love: thatIs

month, Look, Life, Newsweek, Time, and tration are merely the means by which the analysis. Catholics have been living in theo beautiful feelings that the mystery a total communion betweentwo
Church that the truth that it 1 We are happy to be among of the Incarnation author persons, according to God's
sees pos-
Saturday Evening Post have carried articles knowledge of Our Lady's Motherhood generation ,
The rou this morning to offer the izes Us to transport from the plan of creation by which women -
is made available to
that from of Roman sesses men.
range a survey after generation and her closeness j
Holy Mass foroU and with ?
1 human to the religious sphere are intended to give life
Catholicism in this country to the esotericaof changes that the Church encourages and '5' 1j. to us is simply a fact. There she is. Wedon't rou and to join In the solemn And the doctrine, that is, the and to be the companion of

Teilhard de Chardin. The amount of permits signal its concern that the Message need anybody to remind us of her I homage which the Marian congregations basic religious reality of Marian man, the head of the home.

factual information in these articles is no never be obscured by the means of care for us and her prayer for us. In crises J wish to render to piety, is it not the most ortho- Mary, who at Cana, wanted to

doubt immense but the presentation and transmitting the Message. We should not great or small, we turn to her. Automa-1 the Holy Virgin upon the occasion dox and the most fruitful of lose nothing of the exaltation

slant is at times pure tabloid journalism. marvel that the Church changes its ap 5, tically? That's as good a word as another. 4 of the fourth centenary Catholic spirituality when it of love shows men where they

There seems to be no end to the "cops and proach. We should rather rejoice that The Pope does not have to tell us, it just :)f the foundation of the "prima places Us in contact with the may contemplate the highest

robbers" approach to conciliar discus- there is a real concern to see that the love happens that- way. J primaria" first congregation divine thought with respect to feminine Ideal: In virginity and

sions; headlines are designed more for eye of Jesus Christ be made vividly real for But to explain this to one "Mary commands God" which J right here. Mary, chosen to be the Motherof In maternity, both Impregnatedwith

appeal ("Catholic Church battles its oldguard" all men. who has never lived it is as is the same kind of rhetorical In addition, We have the our Saviour Jesus Christ? her beauty and the ful.

) than for impartiality; there are Many people are elated that the Churchis impossible as to explain any- utterance as when John 'VyJ J happy opportunity of greeting There comes from this relig--ness of grace.

breathless hints of behind the scenes bick- receiving so much publicity. Perhaps thing else married love for cliffe, "the morning star of the ;all of this magnificent assembly ious wealth of the Marian cult Thus Mary Is for everyone

erings, etc.With there is reason to rejoice that the Churchis instance to one who has not Reformation," says "The Devil ] surrounding Us which has an Inexhaustible and magnific. the source of true beauty,
commands God." We see what J met under the august and familiar ent source of moral values of trn
so much before the public in these crucial known the experience. How of true grandeur, joy
this welter of "news" about us, each of them means. : name of Virgin Mary. which can give to the men of love.
and of true
days. Nevertheless we must not con- are we even to begin showingour
may we respectfully submit that perhapsthe fuse or be confused by superficial analysesof objector what Our Lady The Saint is saying that God's What a joy it is for Us to today strength and experience But where will you find

real issues of the Council, and the those things best understood throughthe means to us? love for :Mary is so great that i see so many men and women capable of contributing an in- Mary? Surely, it is not in exaggerations -

very Church itself, may lose its perspec- eyes of Faith. We must not accept all Part of his difficulty Is pro- we cannot imagine His refus- 'celebrating the glory of the comparable fulness to their nor in sentimentalism -
duced by the way we talk to ing her anything. Mother of God; what sweet'motion lives.What nor in the abuse of deduce
tive? It would be disastrous to see the journalism at face value as the last wordon I it Is for Us to listento are mankind, especially -
her. He reads that lovely pray. But there are other things tions aiming towards bombastand
inner renewal of the Church the desire
the Church. We must see the Churchas
er, the Hail, Holy Queen, for said of her by Catholics which :: your resounding voices young people, seeking in hyperbole, nor In novelty
all Catholics, clerical and lay, to spreadthe the continuing presence of Christ among instance and is shocked. "So come within Cardinal New. blending in a single prayer: a life'?

Gospel to the world, reduced to the men. 12 we lose that perspective we must you call her your life your man's censure "They can be :single song destined for the They are seeking beauty: is Dear in the sons history and daughters of salvation it

superficialities of personality clash or difference rely on our journalistic friends. Unfortunately sweetness and your hope, do explained only by being explained I Queen of Heaven! now, Mary is the epitome of in the Gospel, that you will

of theological opinion. The Gospelof with some friends like that, we you? Well, Christ is my life away." Some, indeed, What a subject for admiration beauty. Masterpieces are never find Mary, as well as In the

Christ is changeless and unchanging. have scant need for enemies. and my hope." are hard to explain away, and and reflection it is for partial beauties but a synthesis treasures of the liturgy which

We try to make him see leave one wondering if the Us, who are not unaware of of the beautiful: Mary is transmits the great heritage of

Father John J. Castelot that A prayer is not a legal writer had got the great truths the problems of the life of the most transparent creatureof the Church's thought and

document, checked b y a out of shape in his own mind.If present-day generations, to the divine trinitarian pres- prayer.
I canon lawyer before we venture the objector has got hold of know that yours is polarized ence: "Him whom the heavens
Yon will also find her In
Psalm Lashes Out at Sins of TongueTHE to utter it. one of these, you will tell him around the Blessed Virgin were unable to hold you enclosed tbe humble family traditionsof
Prayer is conversation Inside who gave us Christ and takesas in your bosom. A hum-
Christian families, in par
the family, and no family car- But the essential thing is a basis for its spirituality an presence also: Mary Is the
harm caused by sins of utica, and social spheres, you of the deceitful tongue. ticular in the rosary.!
ries on all its conversation as that he should see the plain demotion to the mysteries and new Eve In whom the destinyof
tongue is incalculable.And the lie is a favorite weapon. The title of this psalm as-, You will also find her In your;
listen- virtues of all is found.
Jesus and
though a stranger were truth of Our Lady, strippedof Mary. living persons
enough What easier to destroya cribes it to David and
yet, strangely way suggeststhat daily effort always to see In
Ing. rhetoric and the exuberance First of all, We want to fix Beauty is a transparent expression -
rival than to few lies
there seems to be a definite plant a it was uttered when Doeg woman the Holy Virgin
Among ourselves, we take so Our attention and the all of the have every
of affection. yours on : arts
tendency to be about him In strategic places reported to Saul that David had Mary, and hence far removed
and let its much for granted that does not Persuade him to give his own pedagogical efficacy of Marian sought to express it and have
much morenonchalant rumor run ugly sought refuge in the house of from the inhuman and exces
have to be spelled out. When a piety in the sensitive and dif expressed it in the masterpiecesof
mind to the bare fact that she
to- course? Ahimelec. But although the sive obsession of the senses,
ward them -::; A base and cowardly tactic, situations are somewhat similar man tells a girl he adores her, was the mother of a son who ficult work of educating modern all centuries. Beauty is a the most elevated collaborationwith

than toward to be sure the tactic of the Doeg did not actually lie;:, the girl does not retort primly was God, and help him to see man to Christian life. restful gift: Mary, amidst the God's plan.
that God is to be adored.
sins of action. '- devil himself, who is known he simply reported David's what this means. It will be a And on that subject, it seemsto torments of life, calms all wor-
They both know that, and God of the of the mind The most beautiful task of
"the father of if him Us that must emphasize ries flesh ,
We would be precisely as whereabouts. He was sneakyand great thing you can get one will
knows know it. the Marian congregations
tormented b y lies." It was his deceitful sug- underhanded, but not a Similarly they, Catholics know to stop wondering whether above all the religious wealth and of social life. be to establish this essential

pangs of conscience -, gestion to Eve which led her Catholics give her too much that the cult of Mary, so genuine They are seeking grandeur with
liar.An that Our Lady's love for us is transforming relationship
if we to disobey her Creator and, to- attractive suggestion Is devotion, and start wondering and sincere, as yours is, their law is to grow, their feveris
a candle flame lit from the daily world of modern man.
slapped some gether with Adam, to plungeall that the psalmist is a Levitein whether he himself gives her adds to the soul of men who to go beyond all bounds.
the furnace of her Son's. Tak- all is said and done
one's face but perhaps cooly In- of mankind into misery. the service of the Temple enough. are struggling with the great Now, Mary has passed all or- ,
different to our cutting remarks The author of Psalm 51 who Is being maligned by some- ing this for granted, they pro One word of warning: we experIences, or indeed the dinary bounds, but In the direction you will find Mary if you take

which sting and hurt lashes out with justifiable one who wants his job. His ceed to tell of their joy in the must be very careful that we problems and crises that life of grandeur and thatis scrupulous care to place her
candle flame not bothering to within the whole of the Chris-
much more than an actual harshness at liars, character rival is rich and powerful and know just what we are say brings to them.Is why she has become the
dot i and cross every t. tian for the cult of
slap. The malice of such remarks assassins, deceivers, by saying thoroughly unscrupulous.But every ing and what it is likely to it not true that devotionto only human creature who was mystery,
Is even greater, of : God will not be de. That accounts for the "our mean to him. If we tell him : the Virgin commits the entire able to say: ". all generations Mary is not an end in itself

course, when they are untrue. Why do you glory In evil, reived. life, our sweetness and our to model his own family life human being to the act of shall call me blessed" (Luke but the main road leading you

How many lies we utter sim- you champion of infamy? All He will destroy the liar, re hope"lth which the Salve on the life of the Holy Family faith upon which the whole 1,48)). to Christ, and in Him to the

ply to save ourselves embarrassment the day you plot harm; your moving him from his comfort Regina begins. at Nazareth, he will be puzzled, spiritual edifice of Christian They are seeking joy: "Thy glory of God and the love of
And how that to
or inconvenience tongue la like a sharpened razor able situation as one would uproot paean since we have not one single life rests namely, the exact birth, 0 Mary, was an occasionfor the Church.Be .
only to transfer that embarrass- you practiced deceiver! a tree ((7)). Then good people -. the glory of Our Lady ends: detail of their life at Nazareth, and concrete knowledge of the joy for the whole world* faithful devotees of Mary,

ment or Inconvenience to some You love evil rather wilf laugh at him for think.. "Pray for us, 0 Holy Mother not one. He will think we are basic religious truths of the the passing from a "system"of who will make of.you good

one else. than good, falsehood rather ing that wealth and power and L of God, that we may be made of, asking him to model his family Gospel and the catechism, the curses to one of blessings, sons of he Church and true

In these days of fierce competition than honest speech. You love deceit could prevail over fideli. worthy" of the promises life on a vacuum. vill nourished by the filial love from a world of constant er apostles of Christ.
in the financial, po all that means ruin, ty to God's laws.
But be to remind him,
There are, of course, things sure

--- said by Catholics which actually If he says that Catholics go to Senator Thomas J. Dodd

Father Michael V. Gannon name God and Our Lady to- Our Lady for preference, that

r gether, in such a way as to she herself provides the cure I

Mission of Nombre De Dioschapters suggest verbally, anyhow for that. For the very last Freedom's Enemy Unwelcome Here

some sort of primacy in her. words we ever hear her utter

A Protestant is startled to in the Gospel (John 2,5)) are
though mine be different kind of communist a ern neutralist movement In
CjReat; in find a Catholic Saint saying "Do whatever He tells you!" EVEN may
only voice, I feel con. better kind of communist, an Asia. Africa and now Latin

science bound to speak out independent communist; and America.I .

: P.ORI&A catholic history Question Box against the presence of Marshal this argument is used to justifynot believe that the Invitationto

Tito as an honored guest in our only Tito's current visit tour < Marshal Tito is a terrible

country, as I spoke out againstthe country, but also the 2 and mistake, and I regret it all the

CHAPTER 24 him that we ought to trust night I preached to the crew, Can Invalid Marriage Have invitation extended by 3/4 billion dollars worth of aid more because it flies in the face

next day the 1 the great mercy of Our Lord, and exhorted them to put President Eisenhower to prime we have given him over the of the administration's grim

THE even louder I like a true Christian, he their trust in God. Cooperation Permitted? minister Khrushchev in the years.I commitment to resist the en-

towering waves broke confidence In God, and "Sunday morning came and I, summer of I960. challenge the validity of croachments of communism in

decks forcing the i the luggage. you can fancy how we rejoiced 1 Catholics attend Some translations render this Let us make no mistake aboutit this argument on every point. Viet Nam, In the Middle East,

bin to throw "When Jesus Christ permit- to see daylight once more, although the Q.marriage May of a Catholic verse this way. "Seek not revenge the man we shall be receiving The differences that exist be- in Latin America and in other

cooking apparatus, 1 the return of day we look- the storm continued unabated who is being married in a nor be mindful of the in our capital tomorrow is tween Tito and Khrushchevare areas.
rel of water seven < at each other as at men all day, and until noor l non-Catholic church injury of thy citizens. Thou no friend of freedom and no of an altogether minor na Some day, I hope, the American .

the reserve rigging i from the dead, and of the following Monday, wher i shalt love thy friend as thy friend of the United States; on ture. On fundamentals they are government will realize'

ship's cable. remind'd 1:; our suspense during Our Lord deigned to have compassion A. This question is frequent- self." the contrary he is the sworn united.I how much harm, political and

Father Lopez wrote !: was no less than that and mercy on us, an I ly asked and has been an- Note that the Old Testament enemy of everything that we would remind those who moral It done by these distasteful .

"The captain then i ito t the preceding night, light calmed the fury of the wind:3 swered many times in this conception of "neighbor" was stand for. join in greeting the Yugoslav state rhlts of Coin-

throw all the chests i J was a consolation to us. and waves." column. Suffice it to state, summarily restricted to one's fellow-na- This is no honorable man dictator to our shores that muniht dictators too u r

men into the sea but "When night, however, On August 5 Father Lopez that a Catholic who tionals. Love was first limitedto whose deeds and record merit this is the man, who after shores.

tress of the soldiers ns! again still in the and his companions sighted now attempts marriage beforea fellow-Israellles, and then our cordiality, but an evil man seizing power, liquidated several Some day I hope, a halt will

great that I felt dangerous situation, we the Island of Dominica, non-Catholic minister or a extended to resident aliens. who comes to us with bloody hundred thousand of his be called to this sordid parade

throw myself at his thought we must' surely perIsh where the ship's captain decided justice of the peace is guilty of But the grand commandment hands and beguiling double- countrymen as ruthlessly as that debases freedom and dig

beg him not to do it. I and during; the whole to put ashore for water. grave sin. This being so, it willr of universal love was first proclaimed talk.I Stalin purged millions of nifies tyranny.
Three days later the ere,'r be wrong for his Catholic rela- Our Lord. do rIot accept the argumentthat nU 5Ians. Some day, I hope, we will
weighed anchor and set a compass l- lives and friends to attend thee by such visits are an essential I would remind them that return to the maxim that It Is
S TRANCE TRUE heading for San Juan d ceremony. Their presence The Old Testament adherents part of diplomacy, that they this is the man who defended best to deal with tyrants at a

LittU-Known Facts (for Puerto Rico, which they reacted I i. would be interpreted as an expression to the law understood promote better understanding, Khrushchev's suppression of distance and to shun official

<*"*** *...HCWfi"_s..... on August 9. of approval of a sIn. quite clearly that they must diminish tensions, and make the Hungarian revolution and Invitations and the conviviality -
By M. J. MURRAY In the harbor they sighte i ful act. love their relatives, their kin- the peace more secure. These who, more recently, gave his of social functions because,

four other ships of their sea t-; The same would be true of folk, their townsfolk, their fel invitations do violence to our unconditional support to the whether we will it or not, these

Zfcr fsHxiND Afcrwn. ?Ae/mtA CFTHC AUTTKAUAH SUTTSS Of Mxxcf&AQUALIRCO tered fleet, Including the fla ,r. their presence at the wedding low-Israelites and even the traditions and debase our prin- Soviet Union in the Cuban, inevitably imply acceptance or

LOCOMOTIVE:_DRIVER/ ship, San Pelayo, of Admire;Li reception, or at the shower or non-Israelites who were living ciples. crisis.I approbation of their regimes.Catholic.

Menendez. other party given in anticipa- with them. It's no wonder that They tend to obscure: the would remind them that

"Loud cries of joy resoundeon j tion of the marriage. Any such they were surprised when Our essential moral differences this is the man responsible for

all sides," Father Lope'z; event would have a necessarye Lord bade them, by command- between freedom and communist the long imprisonment of Cardinal

wrote, "and we thanked th connection with the marriage. ment, to extend personal loveto tyranny. Stepinac, and for the re-

Lord that he had permitted ito ]3 It is not wrong, however, all men, even our enemies. They elevate and dignify and imprisonment last May of Mil-
&1c. t for the Catholic relatives and lend to men who ovan Djllas whose only crime
Al respectability
tf the h*voter txxtcrf find each other again, bi:It "Do good to those whc persecute
I OrpJii4n29d ii I it would be Impossible for m,e friends to keep in touch with you" was a theme that have butchered and Imprisoned was that he rejected the tyranny -

MEL&QRNr. Mother to tell how it all happened." the erring party afterwards.d in scores of thousands of their of communism and found
S had to be repeated many
14a. passed a -- This is a duty of Christian didn't own countrymen, who are committed little difference between this PblI.b.d isrj Trlda?
for a combined toiler The Spanish voyagers pause contexts, and perhaps
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several days In Puerto Rico 1 t 0 sink in until He showed .
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His enemies IS* Za.t ClmUl .
CEQ7F/G4TC. replenish their store of provi how, by forgiving DriOrUad
done. The sin must be con- been guilty of a thousand acts Tito in Yugoslavia.As *. Fl.rld. JUI
I ions and to take on boar d who crucified Him.
__: _____- demned and never approved; of perfidy in their relations for the myth that TIto's Subscription In U.S.A. and Canada
I horses and additional men th,it 4.00 per year; othr countries
but the sinner must be dealt Q. If someone slanders with us. "independence" serves the In- J5.00.
the King had agreed to furnis h
[ from the island garrison. with charitably.Q. you, does he not have to They suggest that the Western terests of the West, I would TIle Florida Catbollo It a memberof
powers accept the existence point out to those who greet the Catholic Press Association
asked t Is there difference to to ask forgiveness and the National Catholic Welfare
Father Lopez was <( a be- come you your of communist rule as him that, In his posture as an Conference News Service. Bocner

VL i* lISTENING 7D __ remain by Puerto RIcan feel. tween the Old Testament ? something; permanent and unchangeable "independent" communist, he and Martin ptibllaher representa.
$(RM CV mc T. Ufa Entered as second class mall
1kT .. tIers understanding of the pre- A. When reputation is destroyed ; and, In doing so, has been able to serve the Mar 1, IUt. at Orlando. Florida
g They offered him an attra ccept of love of one's neighbor by calumny, it is neces- they can only serve to bewilder cause of international communism under the Act of March 2. HJi.

SPt.I or THE MOST CHC ::4qUItT I tlve pastorate, but he refuse d|: and that which we sary to restore the good name and demoralize all those more effectively than
S- ScoTncI4 TQWl, I Ihi "I wanted to see if by refu understand who resist the communist -he could have done
KMM FVWONS from the New in the eyes of the persons to seek to as an open
D4 \IIQU.D- C4)JOM S/ZsY 1AkRsaxRuIRs. ing a personal benefit for tl l* Testament? whom the calumny was uk regime and to work for its agent of Moscow, because this ra.her1...... r.. Smith
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Father William W. DnBois, often that we forget its origin.In and Blood of Christ into our spirit in the world could help

pastor of Our Lady of this case it would be a own bodies, God Himself Is! Church for 1863 Civil War speed solution of the partition

Lourdes parish In Dunedin, serious oversight to forget Our our possession. He become!: During problem in Ireland, Sean F.

spoke on the theme that ha Lord's prayer for unity at the present to us in a much more Lemass, Irish prime minister,

been chosen for the diocesan Last Supper. satisfying way than He manifested By Father Michael V. Gannon indicated In a recent speech at
Mission of Xombre de Dios the National Press Club here.
Eucharistic Congress and Our Lord First Said It Himself to the three<<
that is the hope of the gen. Having completed the First Wise Men. They also came Into\ THE Church in Florida during the Civil War year of 1863 was in a precarious state. The prime minister said

eral council, "That All May Mass In the presence of the physical contact with God. But Priests served in Florida to take care of a Catholic population numbering about "the partition of our country"is

Be One." These excerpts are Apostles, Christ opened His the privilege of the Magi wa 3000. There was almost no money to support the few churches and mission stations a problem "never absent

from his address to the West Sacred Heart to His Heavenly nothing like ours. Given the that stood here. from our minds or from our

Coast Deanery Council of Father, praying that His fol. opportunity, they would have Financial aid that had been He wrote to Bishop Patrick war-torn Florida would grow hearts," and that his govern

Catholic Women. The dean. lowers down through the centuries taken the Divine Infant away received for three years prior I It Lynch of Charleston: "How steadily worse. ment is "encouraging consultations -

cry held Its fall session last "may be one even as with them after their short to the war from the Society for ]1 long will the war last? What Bishop Verot could take with our fellow countrymen

week in Dunedin.by visit to His manger. Actually, the j{frightful amount of evil does in the North" aimed at
Thou, Father, In Me and I in : Propagation of the Faith in only one consolation from the FLORIDA IS FULL
Thee; that they also may be that is what we do each time Lyons France, had been cut off 'j jI iI It not entail upon the people!" awful struggle: "The war has closer cooperation on a number OF DANDEE MOMS

coming to earth and work. one In us." we leave the Communion rail]I by the outbreak of war in In November of 1863 the at least contributed to the of matters.

ing hard for the salvation of It Is well I to remind our with the Body and Blood of r 1861. I Bishop published his famous progress of religion," he wrote,

souls. It Is written of Him in selves that the Holy EucharistIs Christ. In 1862 Fernandina, Jacksonville "Peace Pastoral," in which he "by making known the true

the New Testament that He the proper origin of our We carry away Heaven itself,, and St. Augustine had ]made a fervent appeal to his character of the Catholic 1

"went about, doing good." search for unity through because we contain Him whom i been occupied by Union troops. ]j people for prayers-"to arrest Priest. The Catholic Priestshe 5 MINUTE AUTOMATIC CAR WASHWash

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many are now engaged, beganas Source of all heavenly gifts. federate control. The poverty ]1i land, and rescue thousands Five Priests were serving 2 Blocks from Ocean -at 530 Broadway'r, -,' _

Daytona Beach an aftermath of the First But it would not be enoughto l of the people was apparent f fL fL 'rom grief, distress, privations, in Florida in 1863, Father Edmund

Mass ever offered. And so it say that Holy Communion L everywhere: not only had the :and sufferings which language Aubril and Father John

must be with us today.If allows us to possess God. His j I Union blockade stifled much of J i Is inadequate to describe." Bernard Aulance at St. Augus- "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS SINCE 1881"

Welcome TravelersFurnilur. in God's good time, Chris. own words remind us that our the local commerce but fathers Peace would come, of tine Father Emile Hillaire at

tian unity comes and we our privilege is even greater "He;: and husbands in many households course', but not for two more Fernandina (Old Town). Father Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons

Porch and Patio Specialties selves have anything to do with who eats My Flesh and drinks!i I had been compelled to John F. R. Chambon atyraM' Registered JewelersCL
which time the
Rattan Wrought Iron promoting so blessed an out. :My Blood abides in Me.:'' take up arms and leave their during Mandarin, and Father Charles
families home in condition of the Church in A. 2-2552 American Gem Society 122 N. Beach St.
Aluminum come, it will be through the Through the Eucharist, worth at nearly Mailley at Tampa.

Highway I Ormond Beach supernatural light and strength ily received we become one! starving condition.

gained from our participationin with God. This great Sacramentis ; Florida in 1863 was a Vicariate 'Cardinal Sees NeedsAdvocates Floyd J. Tredtvay's

not at all like ordinary food. under the
the Holy Sacrifice of the
Italian and American Food Mass. The bread sustaining physicallife [ jurisdiction of Bishop Au- Emphasis On Daytona Moving & Storage Co. Ai

Mass Holds 'Key to Love is changed into our flesh.' gustin of Savannah. Agents ALLIED VAN LINES. INC.

( C Open 5 P.M. 'tH II P.M. Pope John, in his sermon ,to But the Eucharist, the Breadof Florida was Bishop Verot'& DAYTONA BE lAND

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first day of the Council, reminded -self. originally in 1858 as Vicar

Closed Mondays them that the key to Centuries ago our Lord as Apostolic) and he devoted himself Father Placid Jordan O.S.B. LETMILT

"The brotherly unity of all" sured St. Augustine that this!!>i and his few resources to ROME (NC) Leo Cardinal Suenens, Archbishop ota

SAN REMORESTAURANT Is! "the fullness of charity or is most certainly the case::: alleviating as best he could I I{ es.Brussels, has advocated a strong emphasis on the FOX

love." "Thou shalt not change Me in. the desperate condition of his i missionary task of the Automotive Electrical
; That key of love, which to thyself, but thou shalt be: Catholic subjects in this State. (hurch in today's world. ing the Gospel to all creatures.' ,
r Take Care Of Your
1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL the hearts of others, is changed into Me." "How he "ThU mean that each and
opens often wrote, The Cardinal gave informa. nIIlrJII111A.1t
21357Dink's presented to us each time we To be thus grafted upon speaking of military conscriptlon t;ion on the ecumenical coun- every person" In the Church ; Car Troubles
the Flesh and Blood of the has a duty of evangelization BRAKES RELiNED
participate in the Holy Sacri "my heart has been torn c ill's 17th schema, or draft
fice. Charity above all else is Son of God is to live His by sorrow in seeing the father d ieclaration-the first informa.: to propagate the fnlness of AUTOMOTIVETRANSMISSIONS

: the great lesson to be learned life, think HI* thoughts, and of a family snatched from his t ion to be made public on that the truth In which we believe ( Fox//
peak' ills. words. : ," Cardinal Snenens de. REPAIRED
whenever pray the perfect fireside and sometimes two or s;schema-during a press con.

prayer, the prayer of Christ, Fire consumes, graspingwhat : three of his sons with him, and f'erence last week under the dared. Member: St. Pauls

that sublime prayer which is it burns and making that forced to abandon a distressed a:luspices of the council's docjmentation He also referred to the council Qr Phone-CL 3-6605

Hickory Smoked Bar.B.QRIBSCHICKENSHRIMP the Holy Mass.If object part of its own flame.Women's wife and several young children v center. The 17th debate on the collegiality of b 1829 No. Nova Rd.-Holly Hill

we truly "pray the Mass" incapable themselves of g schema; deals with "The Pres. the Bishops. The collegiality

I as St. Pius X counselled us to Work MayBe procuring the necessities of e nce! of the Church in the' of the Bishops means that

/ Plate Lunch 90c do, God rewards our efforts life." ,orld." they as a college, or group, in

Opp. Castaway, So. Atlantic abundantly. He imparts charityto Council TopicROME It was In 1863 that the The Belgian I Cardinal union with the Pope, can act Retail Sales

souls in much the same Church in Florida suffered with authority. It Discount Prices
TaU' Out-Cl 5.2293 our (XC) A French L asked that both the generaland supreme
that a mother engenderslove its mot tragic- -and unnec' means that besides having
Closed Sundays Archbishop has disclosed here specific aspects" of the
In her child. t.sary-losl'I: the sacking and jurisdiction in his own diocese FURNITURElarge
problem the Church is
Member, Our Lady of Lourdes'a that women and their role in l
Love between human beingsIs burning of the Church and a Bishop has a responsibilityas
facing be considered
the Church and in the world I I
always mutual. It is returned rectory of Immaculate Conception a member of the college of
are to be considered in two proSjects On the former, he said that
because It is first given. So : In Jacksonville. Bishops in the life of the universal Selection SHOWROOMS
before the Fathers of he
put t council will probably excess -
also with supernatural charity.We A "fine south wind" was Church. Quality Furniture
the Second Vatican Council. I itself in generic terms.n .
are prompted to love God blowing over Jacksonville on The Cardinal said that the Robert L. White Pres.
Archbishop Rene L. Stourmof c) the latter only certain general -
whenever we consider how : the morning of March 29 as problem of the collegiality of Municipal Airport- Off Hwy. 92
Sens, in a recent press con E! instructions are likely toe
much He has poured out upon ] the Eighth Maine and Sixth the Bishops should not be con Showrooms Terminal
ference said the place of wom b> issued he stated. Their Opposite Building
Connecticut regiments sidered as presenting altern
en In the Church is discussedin pre- >ractical application will prob-
pared to evacuate the city. ative-with the Bishops acting
Furniture Boots
a project on the lay apostolate a tbly be studied later on.
Jacksonville had not either "under Peter" "with
MILES I Greeting Cards and their role in the world provento or
He noted that if specific an-
be Peter since
an advantageous point they must act
LLOYD COX comes up in a project on the
UPHOLSTERY SHOP from which to raid the Cons wers to such vitally important both under and with the Popeas
Church in the world.
Office SuppliesCL federate interior, and Union q luestions as peace social prog. the Church's head.
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Xo further details on the r and life to be QuickFast.
ess family were
CL 5-4736 2.3473 strategy now called for it to This In turn should help to
two projects, or schema,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED 118 North Beach; Street the Arch.b be abandoned (for the third p:)provided without first lettinguch emphasize the ecumenical Dependable Service
were given by
gAs answers mature difficul
time). ,
aspects of the schema on the
Ish 0 p. Council schemata the Union troops marched t'les might arise which certainly Church, since the Bishops Serving-Port Orange, So. Daytona,

hare not been made public. to their vessels a number of s hould not be caused by pre- in I
must act unity with the Ormond Beach
Daytona ; call
Dabney'sHOLLY Archbishop Stourm also said 1
t11k them broke ranks to loot private n nature pronouncements. This Pope, just as all other membersof
v. mt.Ul HILL that a proposal to admit women dwellings, stores, and business ij s particularly true, the Cardital !- the Church are called uponto Authorized Factory TV Service

% as "auditors" to the council offices. Soon flames were seen n said since ample prelim- act in unity with their 330 No. Ridgewood CL 5-1411 I
FLOWER SHOP has been made to the council
consultations, especially
bursting up from several points nary shepherds he said.
; 322 Ridgtwood Holly Hill CL 3.1383 commission on the lay apostolate in the town, and the looting v rith lay leaders, ''Will be re-
and Is still under A
study. troops, who had now become Q uired.
group of Catholic laymen recently Cardinal Suenens said that
an uncontrolled mob, swept to-
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES DUPLICATED was admitted to the ward the Church of the Im- tJ]he schema on the Church now Cook-out momstyletub

council. maculate b icing debated will in all Ukeli. ,
,." .,, Conception.
r.i: Archbishop Stourm told ood be divided into five rather
| The next correspondh
day a
newsmen that he rates the;' U han
four chapters.To .
LENSES '. EYES ent of the New York Tribune
present project, De Ecclesia described what happened: "Yes- his mind he aid, the

(On the Nature of the Church),, terday the beautiful little cottage chapter which deals with

as "much superior to the original The People of God," Is
SCHWALM OPTICAL used as the Catholic parsonage par
one" presented duringthe together with the ticniarlr important for eliminating .
163 BROADWAY CL 3-2813 DAYTONA first session of the council. the
Church, was fired by some of widely spread notion -

the soldiers, and in a short time that the Church is only
Latin Translation
burned to the ground. the clergy and the hierarchy I

VISIT STEAK N SHAKE WASHINGTON (XC"The "Before the flames had fairly In reality, all the baptizedare

IN ORLANDO IN DAYTONA Pope Speaks," a quarterly reached the Church the sol- "I ('Ople of God," be __
tub* ., By *r wU lirw lr. ... .
Girl _
1920 S. BEACH of documents *r Bent ball t ant. el. r church
Orange journal papal diers had burst the doors 'added. crvopt & treat therOl
open U,.. It ..d Mel T.. .. .
Try T1 jet met, v rt" i rTlce lh. ta.ll.it f-.4 at price, that pleue.
Blossom Trail 1 110 S. Ocean Ave. has published an English i and commenced sacking it of "This is especially true since look

2820 E. Colonial! t Dr. 945 Volusia Ave. translation of Pope JohnXXHI's everything of value. The organ a!11 the faithful have missionary for the golden archezMeDonaId&

E' IN WINTER PARK $ encyclical "P cem in L was in a moment torn to strips te;asks and all should realize -

818 Orlando Ave. aCHILI Terrls" (Peace on Earth), and almost every soldier 'who UJ n reference to the basic cate-
Steakburger Daily From our which it calls the first In this J came out seemed to be celecl hism question-that 'we must

Chok. Ground Steak own Kitchen. country prepared from the official bratlng the occasion by blowTI ot only know God, but also

CrIlkd Toasted- .rn4 lton On You11 Ute It. Latin text. Earlier un. Ing through an organ pipe." n iiake God known; not only Jacksonville_ South PHerw FindUb: Park Sf Pclrburj 0

lilT IS A MEAL" official translations into English .' This sacrilege would live in If ve God, but also make God HollY HiD '.THlE E'SONENPABryqir ,_> 'Dayton*:B ch

SERVING: FLORIDA ILLINOIS MISSOURI INDIANA :; have been based on an Bishop Yerot' memory all I It aved; not only serve God, but Unto '* Tamp e. SarMpta, .. Winter Haven OrUnd* <* Lakeland XlearwatefI
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\ Page Six The Florida Catholic Oct. 25
Friday, 1963
i ; Bishops at Council Work i I

Mission Countries Have Made 1 ,. On English Text for Mass I


Rapid Progress Cardinal SaysVATICAN ; ? ; : < F y t ; Bj- Patrick Riley I

, VATICAN CITY (NC)Ten Bishops from nine Eng !'

CITY (NC)-The head of the Church's missionary work has declared ,.,. d'' ; lish-speaking nations are drawing up plans for a common 1

that "churches in the mission countries have matured rather rapidly, more than we Y K f English text for the Mass Arc h big hand TT_m___ ., +!
op CldlUUdll U
could have logically expected even only a decade ago." the sacraments.The Bishop Griffiths were namedto

r In an interview published in L'Osservatore Romano, Gregorio Cardinal .Agagianian w,R '
declared that "in the past 15 years the so-called third world (Africa and Asia) has ': already: approved in principlethe Patrick A. O'Boyle of Washington
maae unforeseen use of modern languagesin
progress. chairman of the administrative

T The prefect of the sacred that permit us to develop to th
congregation for the propaga maximum the real work of tin.! still has to come. must be approved by Catholic Welfare Con-

tion of the Faith said the evangelization of the non. "Often one is inclined to for. Pope Paul before they go into ference.
Christian world." get this One looks at '
achievement of national independence effect. The council's action
The 10 iii i hops hare called
Jf the increase of education Cardinal .Agagianian explained : achieved results and forgets N 'n ; .., : a would give national or regional on liturgical:; expert to help
l and industrialization, the basic position as that these are very little com ; ; groups of Bishops the powerto them in their long range
I as' well as increased programsto follow s: pared with the boundless non- s... authorize the use of their
; plan.
solve pressing social problems 'First, the Church's missionaries -." Christian masses still outside area's language in the Mass will In biblical
have speeded up the have freed them. the Church. Actually, with few SERMONS ON HOLY EUCHARIST PLANNED and in administering the sacra musicians and

progress of the Church in selves from the bond of colonialism exceptions we have just Topics) for sermons at the diocesan Eucharistic Congress on Sunday, the feast of ments. scholars English style to help expertsin .

Afro-Asian nations. which for a century scratched the,surface of pagan- Christ the King have been planned by the Priests' committee. Father Patrick M. Madden The 10 Bi hopt, including an English text which produce

I Asked if it could be said while from one aspect favore j ism, and we have achieved (center) was chairman of the work of choosing sermon topics, assisted by Father two Americans" are meeting meets both the needs of public

that the missions are changing Christian penetration in close j apostolic successes only among Frank M. Mouch, right,_ and counseled by a Jacksonville pastor, Father W. regularly plan a uniform worship and high standardsof

} their aspects, the Cardinal and hostile societies, on th. primitive populations or among Thomas Larkin. English liturgical; text. musical and literary taste.
said other hand populations not included in Paul J. Hallinan
: was a cause for reproach The New Apostles Archbishop Archbishop Hallinan pointedout
"Let us say they are taking for the missions, al. the strongly established non- of Atlanta, who along with that many English texts
: on their true aspect, that is of though the Church, followin, Christian societies. auxiliary Bishop James H. available and

, churches young in age but full the ways opened by colonia:1 j Asked if he thought .the ecr Faith Defended by Use of Latin Griffiths of New York represents are added already: ,

of efficiency. By this I do not powers, never confused itsell f r umenical council could have the American Bishops, "As soon as the national conference .
mean to say that all problems with them or submitted tc, an effect on this state of af said: authorizes
have been solved. On the contrary them fairs, he replied:: Glenn D. Kittler "It Is reasonably estimated of Bishops

I would rather say that "A second element is th; "This council will have in THE villagers had gathered for the debate and there was a great deal of excitement. that this common text will be 'enabling legislation selection for its
suitable of
only now, after a century of right of full citizenship attributed the Church an influence even were the highpoint of local entertainments, and this time the subject was, ready by the time i the post :area these. a translations can be approved

often heroic penetration and to the Church by young, greater than that of the religion_The place was the Karen Hills of Burma; the time, some 50 years ago. conciliar commission has com for Mass and the Sac
intense preparation basic positions African and Asian countries Council of Trent Undonbtedly .Most of tne people were stil 11 pleted its revision of the liturg- "
one did they would all Io!';sefare this to speak Latin, they must J raments.
of the "
one prin but
have been achieved where it is now represented b Y pagans a large numbeof r ical rites.
in the and have trained their overdue The Bishops first met en Oc!
native Bishops and clergy andhas I cipal aspects of this influ.j them had been converted tj I social works that assist i ence will be 'to put the entire Protestantism by energetii c that the Church: itself would catechist to be a theological the text are Archbishop Francis ;tober 17 at Rome's English Col

I BEACH MEMORIAL the progress of these countries,. Church in a niiionarj' missionaries who had enteret.d:I Miffer. genius. Call off the debate before J. Grim haw of Birmingham lege.
CHAPEL elate'" The Protestants, encouraged he shows up and walks
the area. England Archbishop
"Lastly, we understand much l ; ,
8t. Fetcriborr Beach 1(0.5577 better how to give the! Cardinal Agagianian said The few Catholics in thi e by the presence of one of their all over you.:' Denis E. Hurley O. I.I., of Durban
\ that it can already be seen hills the ministers suggested that thet Rut the people !suspected
SEMINOLE BEACH Church an 'exterior appearance were products of ;a South Africa; Archbishop
I MEMORIAL CHAPEL which can be understoodby I l how "the missionary idea has catechist who was trained a Catholics should admit defeat the debate was canceled because Guilford Young of Hobart,
St. already influenced the development by default, and it was at this Khiphe was a genius,
Feteribnrr 3 lm7A. local populations," the Cardinal the Catholic mission, mile;;s Australia; Archbishop Joseph ALMS
point that the Catholics realized and they cried! "He : He
: won
of the council and
and who
declared, continuing: away, was constantly Walsh of Tuam, Ireland; Bish
the mentality of the fathers, traveling. On this day, the Catholics l- that they would have to won!" op Leonard J. Raymond of Al
"I would like to make it resort to one of their own as He did.Later yVVJSAVORIALS49
at least in the
regard to ecumenical awaited his arrival sc .I, 1u-n.al -netr clear so a* not to be nils- problem. that he could speak for then 1 the only way to escape humili when Priests were ableto C. O'Neill of Regina, 11 t_ DQ T"ifiIRA 't J;
understood, that all the mi ation. But who? settle in the Karen
n. Crair Randal L Bennett "The council is a stirring up in the debate.As Hills Canada Archbishop Gordon J.
Nonary work done so far in ; A.A rtaotort. iX!It''"
j--1tG'd +
"Khiphe, found the
someone suggest they to be
Ambulance Service of ideas and experiences. It is yet he had not shown up( Gray of Saint Andrew and
YA 4-1673 nearly three centuries of a discussing of ideas and giving and the crowd was getting rest/: ed. "He has been at t h missiont ready converts, and in a place Edinburgh, Scotland; and auxiliary j) 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862-6503 1
i evangelizing is not more thana "
ST AUGUSTINE of evidence. It is a meet less Through the crowd wen school. where once there were few Bishop Owen Sneddenof ST. PETERSBURG
I beginning;: a preface to the ing and a comparing of the question: "Do you think he i:3 "Oh, no," Khiphe i begged off Catholics i is! today a populationthat Wellington, New Zealand. ,
"I do not know enough." is two-thirds Catholics .
problems of the Church and of purposely staying away? D<)
INC. each church. It is a testing, al- you think he is afraid to tall" An old, lame man, Khiphe and the Priests give credit for

KYLE.McLELLAN. most touching with the hand for his beliefs in a debate I s had actually been at the mis- this to the respect for Catholics

FUNERAL DIRECTORS ., of the vastness of the tasks is possible that the Catholic*; sion for medical treatment for won 50 years ago by a lame JOHN S. RHODES, JR.

awaiting the Church," he said. have no grounds to defen j his injured leg. He had attended old man who, though he had
17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLE "Now, besides what the Pope their religion?" the mission school merely learned little at school, had FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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and votings of the council ry. three months of recuperation, his Faith in a language

Fathers; is over, this living Xone of them felt qualifiedto and it was true that he had he di n't understand.

FUNERAL HOME SHANNON together of the Bishops has al argue for the Faith, but not learned much in that short HEATH FUNERAL CHAPELAir

ready given: its results." they knew that antes 50meSpiritual period.
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was! again Khiphe's turn.
More than 230 persons attended .[ He stood there in front of "from the way that the presentation
Paul Daggett, director of
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cemeteries for the St. Paul the crowd for several moments,
convention.The .
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things that are Cae.sar's and the mission! school was the Bishop I Waters said he was i,

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fete C.ntra.ullue e t. Fetfrsborc public policy," Daggett said in
..... present hazard." he knew he had to "much freedom of discussion
William T. Tewel: Th J. BrettCatholic say greater -
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O.d Operated He particularly stressed the; something, so he reached back among Council Fathers

right of cemeteries to tax ex, into his memory of his months both inside and outside the

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WINTER PARK Basjf Knnwlf/ Pcr/fhpc; .Mnnv:* r-.i\* S Thanks Given ORLANDO

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5L' For U.S. Food
p IN no ther country are the ments on the part of a quarter prominence, even residents of j F- 4 I" WINTER PARKGray's -

WALTER MENGES opportunities: for acquiringan of our youth does not lie the capital might be excusedfor i -; .., :-

Clothier To MenThe education as abundant as in in lack of adequate educational their inability to identify I, Sent MexicoNEW
Finest In :Men's Wear the United States. In terms of facilities. him properly.But .
206 \. ORANGE A\'E. money expended Figures compiled by the U.S. what shall we say, / Bishops, Priests and people of

Across From St. James number of office of education show that about the failure to identify I ( Mexico have expressed thanksto CLOCK REPAIRALL

schools m a i n- better than 98 per cent of our Lyndon B. Johnson as vice' . ; the American people for MAKES
tained, avai1. president, Robert S. McNamara, GA 2-2974
youth are enrolled in elemen- -.-I S sending vast amounts of foodto 2003 Edgewafer-
ibility of news -- tary schools and a slightly as secretary of defense and ; ) thousands of undernourished Next to Publlx

i Herman J. Heldrich papers, mraga ,,, ( lower ,percentage In high Dean Rusk as secretary of people in Mexico.
zines, television ,-. .' state? ,
& SonsCirnwrri schools. But the sad fact is that : Their: gratitude was expressed -
and radio If has been in the
and ShippersOf in the case of a substantial per anyone in a letter received
and o t he r spotlight it is the 4r Children'sClothes
lately junior
Fsni 7 fruit and Vegetables < centage of our youth attend- here by Francis Cardinal Spell-

DANKl.K IIKAND PRODUCTS means of communication ing school, for one reason: or Senator from Arizona, Barry man of New York, from Jose

khe another, :education does not Goldwater. Yet only 58 per cent z'$ Cardinal Garibl y Rivera of Line

U.S. far outstrips take.. of those interviewed could.} 5$ *. Guadalajara.

every other nation. Yet It would be assumed, for identify him. Cardinal Garibi y Rivera Finest For Girls In! Clothing& Boys
FAIRVIEWCleaners whenever
a survey is made to example that graduates of The situation disclosed by
lauded "the good will and lO'H Edtewiter Dr. GA .-1711Gary's
& Laundry determine tTie effectiveness of schools in the metropolitanarea the draft examinations and I charity of the American people

I p Featuring this vast effort, the findingstell of the nation's capital the Virginia suburb survey is in donating so much
the dismal
Dependable Fabric Care same story. would be more aware of what not new. I food for the poor and un.

4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando President {John F. Kennedyhas goes on in the political arena The surprising thing is the dernourished people of 3IexIco. Duck Inn

just receded his dismayover than adults in other parts of conclusion the politicians draw -c ."
the discovery that one in the country. Yet, a recent sur- from their discovery that He said that' "according to FINEST SEAFOOD AND

four young men: in this coun- vey of residents in a Virginia what we need is to spend more figures, more than 1,200,000 ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE

try have failte-d to meet the suburb failed to justify suchan money for education. SenatorJ. people benefit from the
BILL BARDOEFORD : gen- Phone GA 4.4531
rather modet mental attain- William .f' ; ; .
assumption.The Fulbright, of Ar- f"-' erosity of the American peo- 3974 So. Or. BI. Trail
FACTORY DEALER ments requii?ed for military survey revealed that kansas, suggests "it makes a : ple."

SAVE ON YOUR service. Last fear 306,073 young more than 12 per cent of the 'strong case for federal aid to ,.': "In the name of the Mexican

NEW CAR DEAL men, whose verage age was adults interviewed had not the education." And the Presidenthas hierarchy, the Priests and people -

22-23 years, reported for initial slightest idea about the iden- appointed a "task force" to of Mexico," the Cardinal RAY MEARS

Ph. 65G-3333 draft examination. Of these tity of four of the nation's political prepare a program for "re said "I wish to express our

W. Hwy. 50 49.8 per cent twere found unqualified leaders. habilitating" youths found un- AS DIOCESAN RIVALS META gratitude to the people of JEWELERS

Winter Garden some) 25 per cent be- Slightly less than 25! per qualified for military service America for this extraordinaryact
last touchdown the Father Locally Owned and Operated Br
fa.hed quarter was as
MemberSt. i cause they the mental cent could name the vice because of lack of mental at- of which know
charity, we P. F. SUSAN MTJB8EYSI
Charles tests, the other because they president, the secretary of tainments. Lopez High School recently defeated the dark-jersied will resound to the glory of Tears la Jewelry Bnilneu

Parish could not meet the physical defense, the secretary of Shouldn't we be asking, Cougars, 7-0. Cardinal :Mooney High School's visit to the people of the United States,

qualifications i state or the new postmaster "What is wrong with our educational Daytona Beach saw Bill Pease, with ball, jarred by Green both In this life and the next." LAY-AWAY FOR

The explanation of this general. system or what is Waves' Stuart Fagan. Ready to assist in tackle is Tom A large share of the food CHRISTMASNEW

All St..l Built For life woeful lack of mental attain. Since John A. Gronouski had wrong with the American Nelson ((23)). donated to Mexico comes from

FILING CABINETS come so recently into national people?" Catholic Relief Services-Na. ITEMSARRIVING

Suspension JIM BLAKE!! I II tional Catholic Welfare Con-

Grade OFFICE SUPPLY Father John A. O'Brien !I ference, world-wide relief DAILY;

25112" deep FUR N 1'7' U R B agency of U.S. Catholics. Phone GA 2.3652

..,... Suffering
beonegs -.__--_- MI 7-2852 l1a
C 900 So. Orlando Ave., W.P. CATHOLIC?

IuD,.-Sue. \ 1 -. By Statue Kindles InterestDO
and opposing backfielders still very

Set'. PEARlCESDINING \ you have in your home a crucifix, holy pictures and <<
Fi..hHsidw.., ROOM small statue of Our Lord His Blessed :Mother Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres?
IX THE HOLIDAY INN. or i nark, the win columns registered mostly "in the red.
Thumb With I WHEX BETTER FOOD ISSERVED one of the saints? If not, you are failing to use the sacra- The last 55 seconds of the We have a, home designed for Jour family,
L.sch.sRe9.S.SO ton So. Orange', B1 m. Trail mentals which help to create a religious atmosphere and (;reen Waves' game with Cres- varez, Emil Prendes Ed Her-

dti rUONE 2C1-65U lift the minds and hearts of all who enter your home to <:ent City saw the Daytonans zog Ed Noble, Don Booth, Bill DEMETREE BUILDERS
Our Special .
Pric. God and His heavenly family. t remendous effort washed out Ritch Lou Fernandez and Rex 5307 East Colonial Drive CR 7-192J

39.95 Complete Pefrt Control They are especially helpfulin had a heart attack, and while \hen the Rebels made a 17 McAdam hold the line for a

LEWIS COBBEXTERMINATtrG kindling the interest of non- in the hospital I had time as 3 rard scoring pass to finish fourth consecutive shutout of WITH THIS AD

CHECK WITH george stuart Catholics in our holy Faith. St. Ignatius Loyola did, to reflect -*ihead, 6-0. Father Lopez High opposing teams.Meanwhile .

Phone Orlando CH 13431Oy40na : CO. -This is illustrated in the conversion upon eternity and where ')ch 00 t's small but valiant the Tiger varsity I $1.00 Donated to Mercy Hospital
8acH CC 5- 202 _
Lay GoII...M.Ibovs AM 2.457* Incorporate 1946mo of John '. and how I would spend it. I;quad fought right back hard performed in their home Corral with purchase of eachARMSTRONG
Wilfred Dr.O. Box 2148
{133 EAST ROBINSON. OR1ANDQ Orlando D. Hamer of J md were on their opponents Stadium and again played a 6-6
( 241-I4M After my recovery, I called
Dushore Pennsylvania -< upon Father Joseph Barrett at *:hree yard line as the finalun tie, this time against Pinecrest. TIREJIM
sounded. Coach Frank Mo- The Pilots Jesuit S
who St. Joseph's Rectory and asked *; McCONNELL'S

YOUTH CENTRE INCt related the fol- for complete instructions in the J etti's varsity record now reads High School's Coach Ray Di- _ SAFETY TIRE SERVICE, INC.

COMMUNION lowing facts: I Faith. The instructions brought ''.9. charrys' heavier team by unloosing 2325 N. Orange Blossom Trail

DRESSESOPEN : was reared a out clearly the divine founda- In Sarasota the fans were an aerial attack that Fairvilla Center "Complete Auto Service"

Lutheran, and :*:reated to a first game in Car- scored first, and then using
MONDAY & FRIDAY NIGHTS < of the Church and its au-
for a while thorization Christ call Jinal Mooney High School's some smiles from, "lady luck"t
by to teach
AVENUE PHONE G/VJ 2-6333 was a memberof nations. I lew stadium located a t the to foil the Tigers last minute

the Church "Go, therefore," said Jesus, ougars' lair. field goal and TD attempts. Central Florida School Supply Inc.

Council. But I lost interest In the Saturday afternoon Another air-minded squad,
and "and make disciples of all nations -
gradually drifted away.I baptizing them in the contest with Admiral Farr from Florida Air Academy, Textbooks Workbooks School Supplies
WATKfN married Catholic ;. Academy the Cougars bombed out Melbourne Central
a and
received name of the Father and of the
cored the first from Catholic High School, 210.) Visual Aids Art
the customary premarital Son and of the Holy Spirit on play Supplies Microscopes
when fullback Thus the Hustlers of Coach
PAINT WALL PAPER t instructions. But they covered teaching them to observe all crinimase
little more than that Tim Hollernn rambled 'i 2 Ray Robbins were treated to a NEW AND USED AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT
marriageand I commanded you; and
ORLANDO WINTER'PARK } hence left me in the darkas behold I am with you all days, yards, and also ran over the "reverse" of their last winningscore. 20 N. KENT ST. ORLANDO Ph. 422-540

to most of the doctrines of even unto the consummationof seventh point. .
But the Blue Jackets danced I n Jacksonville, Coach
the Catholic Faith. the world" (Matt. 28, 18-20)).
1:)ack and continued to tally George Gazdick encouragedthe
God blessed us with a daughter Equally iiiipresslve is the Can Your Budget SurviveA
THOMSON & McKIMslON and she was raised a marvelous unity of the \'binding up ahead, 24-7. Coach Crusaders to "get on thescoreboard" Family
J rack Swind hopes soon to be after two consecu-

IN ORLANDO SINCE 1924 \ Catholic. Church. a ible to "light up" when flood- tive 20-0 defeats, but one Long Illness or Hospital Stay?
She and my wife are devout "I am the good shepherd," :
I ights are installed on the new touchdown was not enough
Member New York Stock Exchange f t Catholics and I went with them said Jesus, "and I know mine Protect it with a Medical Care Plan
j.lome field, where an enthus- this time.
occasionally to Mass, but remained and mine know me And
and other principal exchanges j i,astic homecoming crowd saw Final score, Engeluood 14, available to all age groups
merely on the fringe other sheep I have that are
t heir favorites fall to a 1-3 Bishop Kenny High School 6. C UP TO 365 DAYS Choice of rate
never undertaking a systematic not of this fold them also I room coverage room
r ecord. Bishop Moore High School C benefits
of the Catholic Hospital expenses Surgical
study religion.On must bring and they shall
Barry Field in St. Petersburg journeyed across town in Or- Choice of hospital or doctor. Good anywhere in U.S.A.
returning with some friends hear voice, and there shall
my t lad the lights on but spiritsvere lando to be "guests" at ColonIal First aid benefits Maternity benefits
from a Canadian fishing trip be fold and
one shepherd"
,, dimmed by another shut- High's homecoming and Home nursing care. Ambulance service
we visited the Assumption (John 10, 14-15)).
c J ut, registered against Bishop allowed the host team a 47-14 Doctor fees in hospitalS
Church and its beautiful
COMPLETE DINNERS TO GO grottoin Thoroughly convinced that j Jarry High School. Seminole's victory. The Hornets of Coach Return of premiums in case of accidental death

Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $ I 1.00 Syracuse.The the Catholic Church is the true f ullback Brammer crunchedor Carl Genito were unable to Policies that pay for pre-existing conditions
statue of Our with
Church, I asked to be admitted. f, touchdowns in the second stop the Grenadiers rugged FOR GUARANTEED RENEWABLE HEALTH PLANS, sea
Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95 His hands bound and a crownof
Present at Baptism
my were a nd fourth quarters and the ground game even though
Fish Dinner i $1.00 thorns on His head, grippedmy my wife daughter, her hus- \Varhawks went home with a using that path themselves for Kuykendall Insurance Agency

Shrimp Dinner \ $ I.I5 deeply.attention Like a and flash stirred of lightn.me dren.band and my four grandchil-3-0 win. touchdowns by Tom Hynoski 425-6681' Orlando P.O. Box 371C
The Boosters Ronnie Edwards in the
Bishop Barry and
ing, it brought ,home to me
Hwy. 17-92 Fern Park .TE 8..314 vividly how much Jesus lovedus The following day was C Hub: continues to bolster opening and closing quarters.

2740 S. Orange Bl. Tr, Orlando :.CH 1-1222 Christmas and we all receivC oach; Jesse Rogers' efforts to The Flashes of St. Joseph
and how much He sufferedfor
Sliver Star & Pine Hills Rd. or 3-0202 ed Holy Communion togeth- c ontrive an improvement over Academy went "spud hunting"in

Kdgewater & Lee Rd. 93-9839; us. Almost instinctively I er. t he present 0 wins, 5 defeats. Hastings but returned to St. % 1964
dropped to knees and said -1;
Lake Barton Rd. & K. Colonial G77-6210 my S
Tears of in the Catholic High handed '-
joy were eyesof Tampa Augustine empty ,
2100 Frf'n'h't"., Sanford 322-9442 the Hail Mary, which I had IIS.- Mo'delsFacts
all. It was our happiest School gridders maintained losing 33-0. The Spudsters contained -
often recited with familybut
Christmas. Never can I suffi- their stout; defensive gamp the running efforts of
had never before said alone.
ciently thank Steve Chervak downing Jesuit's JV's, <6-0.< Jimmy Taylor and the passingarm

A SWIMMING POOL for That experience was the who took us to the Assumption With' Dean Hall running of Bobby Webb, and

turning point in my life.I Grotto, where the sight of our s hort' yardage for the Colt's scored in all quarters against
100 ?
% enjoyment began to pray, to recite the suffering Saviour started me o nly score, Coach John Bieletti Coach Bill Stathius' outweighed

A SWIMMING POOL to enhancethe Rosary, to read my Sunday nn m'aV.. \1 matched Art Hudson. Rene Al! squad.

home? Missal and Catholic literature.
beauty of your s

A SWIMMING POOL to increase '. OFFICE SUPPLIES Coming Events .

the value of your property as an \ EQUIPMENTALL
ARTISTS SUPPLIES This eolamn llttt future benefit, special meetings and events of more
investment? than local 1Dtu,.t. Advance notice of regular roetln will be mltted..
NAUOUt SCHOOL GREETING SUPPLIES CARDS Transfiguration social hall, of Christians School, Tampa, ily parish, St. Petersburg.
$ $w...*'I'pool
St. Petersburg, rummage sale, K of C sponsor. S Novena, St. Mary Magdalen

BUILT ONLY BYpumbjng : BRADFORDSSfafioners October 23-26. Bake sale, October 27, parish, Maitland, November

Inc. Holy Name Society Convention Epiphany Catholic Woman's 311.

Ofonqe October 25-27, St. Club, Port Orange. Rummage sale November to consider when you purchase COLOR TV

& H&iting'Co.. 310 Park Ave., South Paul parish, Jacksonville. Pancake week, October 28- 4-9, 154 Volusia Avenue, Day. .
1. AiiocUUd MM tk. first Color TV told la Otltmd.t.
Phone MI 4-7738 November 2, Perkins Pancake tona Beach, Mother's Club of
Beach Halloween carnival October AiiorUU thaa other Orlando dealer.
Orlando & Cocoa I bas.aold mar* Colwr TV say
Winter Park. Florida 25! Blessed Sacrament House, 1617 Gulf Bay Father Lopez High School 1. Largest ael.etle. of Ztalth Color TV la the arc*.

CY 3-6110 : Dave Sims- Owner School Tallahassee. Boulevard, Cltarwater. Bene. pon r. S 4. CempUt serele. department for expert ifrrle all the latest

fit St. Patrick Church. Card party, Novembej8,' equipment.
Halloween party, October 0. Satisfaction guaranteed aik esr netghbr .ver IIcart .(
Rummage sale, October 29, Holiday Inn, DrLand, St. fair 5
25, 9 p.m. Anchorage Inn, drali.r.
i "Your Personal Ban Blessed Trinity )(tn's Club, Blessed Trinity Woaien's Patrick Woman's Club, spon' *. Oar quantity bmjlmg power seenree lowed price to boytr.

,. I Idf Club, St. Petersburg, sponsor. sor. Tickets $1 for adults, 50 7. friendly, coirteoof, eiperleored aalecmea.
St. Petersburg, sponsor, do-
Covered dish supper October cents for students. 1. Tailored payment pulley

&k nation $2.Halloween. 29, 6 p.m.. Incarnation Card party, Good Shepherd ,. Locally owned and operated.

U carnival, October Church hall, Sarasota; Ave parish social hall, Orlando !._ fit borne, trial we won't be mad U you don't boy r-: astonished,
maybe bat set mad.
LV 'gETLli IP 26, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Maria Guild, sponsor. November 8, 8 p.m.

St. Joseph Church grounds, Card party, October 30, Spaghetti dinner, November

WINTER PARK FLORIDA Palm Bay.Diocesan. 1:30 p.m., St. Mary Hall St. 14. 4-7 p.m., St. John's

Complete Trust Department Services Eucharistic Con. Petersburg, Blessed Martin cafeteria, St .PetersburgBeach. (Wu
gress, October 27, Jackson. Guild, sponsor. -

SERVING THIS COMMUNITY FjOR 46 YEARS ville. Halloween dance, Xovem- Fall dance, November 16,

MI 7-3000 Member RDJ.C. Parish picnic, October 27, bee 2,. 9 p.m. Treasure Is- Fern Creek Armory, Orlando, 2113. N. Orange Open Mon. & Fri. Nites GA 2-2514 1
'149 N. Mon. & Fri. Nites GA 51561I
t 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. *i.*>y Be.1I land auditorium; Holy Fam- St. Andrew Guild, Sponsor Orange Open :
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Bishops Study Lay ShareIn News Notes

I r_ _4 On CongressPriests

Showina Christ- to Men who will lead the

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.., C pilgrims in prayer have been
(Continued from Face One) fice. He returned to the prob-I
major subject of debate by the lem of deacons even though 1 between Church and State," ranging from 100 to 1000 per.

Bishops of the world. discussion on this subject was 1 the Polish prelate had declaredin sons at a time. One has commented .

The chapter as it now stands terminated. He opposed the : council. "This is particularly If ,. that it will be vastly

treats of "The People of God" permanent diaconate and pro- :important because the en- '... different leading in prayer the

and of "The Laity." It was decided posed in its place the minor i croachments o f totalitarian .v. ., tens of thousands to gather In

to split these two topics, order of acolyte. i>states on human rights. It is J ; ... ... Jacksonville Sunday but

once debate on the chapter Acolytes, he said, could be:important also ,because the f there is no question that each

finished, placing "The Peopleof deputized for the performance I i Church cannot remain silent i- \ Priest-giving a sermon or

God" as Chapter II after the of certain ecclesiastical functions I when moral values are ignored 1 : leading a prayer-will have the

first and introductory chapter, in areas where there is i Dr even 'rejected."Finally ,, attention of reverent thousands

which treats of the mystery of a shortage of Priests. There it is important because who make the effort to honor

the Church. The treatment of would be no problem of aco- Our Lord in the Holy Eucharistthat
I the interests of the
the office of Bishop will then lytes' celibacy as there is in 1 t.: day.
I'Church are often best served
the case of deacons he said.
become Chapter II, and the 4

treatment of the laity will be In his remarks Cardinal 1'by actual separation of Church --- A ...............=...N.V., .,......,. ..... .'& Families will come ingroups.

Chapter IV. Ottaviani also complained ''and State. Therefore the text EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS PREPARATIONS INTEREST PRINCIPALS However, some of

The schema section the about three in I should omit its reference to the ,. -
on experts the < the children of families are!
Principals and their schools in Greater Jacksonvilleare Holy Rosary; :Mrs. William Maloney, Blessed Trinity;
laity emphasizes the positive council hall whom he accused ''unfortunate' separation which altar boys or are members' of
concerned with preparations for this coming Sundayat back row, Sister Thomas Joseph, Bishop Kenny; Sister
content of the concept of "lay- without naming them, ,sometimes exists the choir, and these children
: between
the diocesan Eucharistic Congress. At the recent John Bride
con- Assumption; Mother M. Etha, Sacred Heart;
man: Without belonging to of circulating a petition in Church will have reserved sections!
and. State. The
the hierarchy, he shares, as do support of the permanent ,states that this separation text is ference on the plans, held in Jacksoville, were, from left, Sister Marie Therese, St. Paul, Riverside; Sister M. In the stadium. /

all Christians, in the mission of diaconafe. He complainedthat unfortunate in front row, Sister M. Irma, St. Paul, Jacksonville Beach; Ethelburga, Christ the King; Sister M. Beatrice, Immac- *

the Church in the world in this was contrary to ;and Bishop only Klepacz some wanted cases, Sister Marie Philip, St. Matthew; Mother M. Therese, ulate Conception; Mrs. Ann E. Haas, Resurrection. Priests In Jacksonville are

order to sanctify the world council regulations. ]this mention removed. San Jose; Sister M. Geraldine, St. Pius; Sister M. Paul, School children will gather at the Congress about 10 am.Ukraine's carefully arranging for altar ,

from within. Bishop Michael Klepaczof _4In- .._ ... .'_"__ and Communion vessels. They
The question of restoring the Lodz, stimulated great discus. i I will also marshal altar boys
Bishops Untrue Held
: I Archbishop
permanent diaconate was sion among the council Fathers ,.. .. that day.
raised again by Alfredo Cardi- privately outside the ; *

nal Ottaviani, Secretary of the council halL Dominican Republic ReportROME : Heroic Model for CatholicsVATICAN Ushers at Sunday's diocesan

Congregation of the Holy Of "More attention should be Eucharistic Congress will include
: .
(NC)-The Bishops of the Dominican Republic, SS CITY (NC) Pope Paul VI has praised 300 Holy Name men. The

British Acclaim BlessedTo here for the second session of Vatican Council II, have Jkrainian Rite Archbishop Josyf Slipyi of Lvov, who was positions of ushers were discussed ,

.S fS reed early this after 18 of Soviet in respect to Jackson
contradicted statements made year imprisonment
vigorously by years ,
I newspaper L' .. .. .,. ville's baseball park at a meet
I columnist Drew Pearson concerning Church-State relationsin f or me neroism or nis laitn- \
Christ Is to be confessed Jacksonville'sparish
even ing of Greater
be Beatified in Rome their countrY. ulness to the Church.
., Ambassador! Martin said "I in the most adverse circum. head ushers. Father
: fa Speaking October 18 at an
one of his daily columns con :annot say what was said before stances which may on occa- Danaher had these men as his
(Continued from Fag One) It brief But udience granted to membersf
was a encounter. < October 11, Pearson purported f a congressional commit- sion even seem desperate. guests< at a luncheon 1 n his
back Its freedom here early In 0 the Ukrainian Christian
Newman seized the Priest'snext
on J j to report testimony t in God bless dear parish, to map out details for
the last :ee meeting executive ses lovement, the Pope said that "May you, ;
century. visit, a year and a half J j dven! by John Bartlow :Martin: the of the
s ion.; However, since the factsn 1. 5: irchbishop Slipyi "had brother, and may He bless 1 the ushering on day
The two cures approved as later, as a providential one: 1 l United States ambassador to proved
i the situation all those who I I Congress.
are not as reported accompany
miracles for his beatificationboth he made his confession to Father t the Dominican Republic, before iy' his steadfastness, patiencend
a at
j in the (Drew) Pearson you, particularly this group
j.a strength how adherence to
occurred In Italy, one in Dominic and was received 1 t the Senate foreign relations
a iccount, I would have no ..S' of Bishops who are M promising Some 20,000 "fliers" were
1891 and the other in 1954. He into the Catholic Church on
committee. the
< Touching on
r Season to say to the committee for the welfare of the printed and sent out to the
died 114 years ago. October 9, 1945. c:oup which ousted Juan Bosch Y vhat Pearson alleges.") Ukrainian Church." various cities from whence

Father Dominic, mystic, phil The previous day, Newman 5 is president, Pearson said: Jacksonville
"In fact, Mr. Martin is The Pope told the group ]pilgrims will come to -
osopher, theologian and writer, had written to an Anglican 4S News Nofes
"Ambassador Martin who
ainons the persons with the that he was pleased they include for the feast of Christ the
friend to that Father Dom-
was insulted and stoned by an say ave the senators a detailed ac- Eucharistic
I; best!' authority to know that the word "Christian" in King. The -
anti-Catholic mob after he inic was coming that night to
his c:ount of the Dominican revolution there is no such law in the On CongressMusic the name of their organization."This Congress was featured in
be at Littlemore
opened the first Passionist guest ,
t explained that President the flier, a contribution to the
Republic nullify.in is boast
Oxford and that he would your your
foundation in England at Aston near ,
j Bosch had just put a law the
:'success of the event by
; Church-state relations, and merit he said.
near Birmingham in 1842. But seize on the occasion to ask to teachers will accom praise your ,
the Dominican
t:hrough congress Jacksonville Convention and
when a heart attack killed him be received into the Catholic ., separating church and which presently are governed p'any children from all the "You have drawn from your ; The fliers included
later his heroic Church. Newman said he had by a concordat," the statement ( articipating schools in the centuries-old history its most Visitors Bureau.
seven .
years s state.; Hitherto, the Catholic the
I' the map showing
continued. 000-voice illustrious title and its eternal
seen Father Barberi only once ( massed choir at the
efforts for the
Church had received direct
where the
before and half "We know that Ambassador tongress.' Some 2800 membersf honor which in a close bond :roads to the park
a a ear-
slum-dwellers of the Industrial year
f'unds from the government PRAGUE PRELATE
will be
j Martin, on several different the choir-all of communion and love unites I'Congress
him from greater
Her. He went on to of
areas turned his funeral Intoa say :
the had
a:md supervised Archbishop Josef Beran of
triumph. He was a poor boy, who (I 0>ccasions, expressed his appre- j'acksonville-will rehearse Fri. :you, the sons of a strong Lord. *
public ibtlie.e nstruction in the schools.
Prague is pictured in mid-
) kept sheep near c iation: of the work the Churchs d ay at the ballpark where "This name is the seal of A Marine honor guard will
Dominic Barbed was bornat Rome and from his youthhis "When Bosch put across this i; doing to save democracy in October, released after 13; tJ tie Congress will be held. This divine affection in Jesus Christto 1 present! the colors before Mass.
Viterbo, Italy, on June 22, I'eform-following the patternf c years of detention by the the hour
anto; Domingo (the Dominican Just before appointed
thoughts have been most r under the directionf all men and it acquires more
1792, the youngest! on of () the Mexican reforms he j Republic). The constant Red regime of Czechoslovakia. for the Congress Mass, the
singularly and distinctly concern 0: Ralph Jusko of Cincinnati, luminous and significant mean- J
peasant! parents. The father 'von, the enmity of the Church, He is pictured at Muka- the national
turned to the conversion of eivhich : of the Bishops there has ,\'ill begin at 9 a.m. ing from its coincidence with 1 Lhrong will sing
died when the boy was only England. J lined up on the side of i een to foster understanding rov, 16 miles from Prague. the celebration, still in proKress ;anthem. The national flag will
three old.
years "He is a shrewd clever man, he military. J imong all Dominicans and reconciliation All Catholics at this Mass of the 11th centenary of 1 be carried on the field at the

In 1840 he was appointed to but as unaffected and simpleas The ':Archbishop! and three ( of the various po- University Opening ft Ilfill in a special way the the apostolate of Cyril and
start a Passionist house in Bel. a child; and most singularlykind Bishops of the Dominican 1 itical parties." J TAIPEI (XC) Cooperation Si unday Mass obligation of the Methodius in Greater Moravia."

gium. Late the same year, he The statement is signed by the keynote Fu Jen University The the
in his thoughts of religious Republic, learning of what was as F aith. indulgences for The Tope urged his listeners .

went to England. persons in our commu Pearson had written, joined \rchbishop Octavio Beras of began classes at a new C ongress are published in this to "remain faithful to the JACKSONVILLE

Father Dominic spent his nion. I wish all persons were anto; Domingo, Bishop Hugo campus here on October 21. is;sue. pledge WhilliaS transmitted <

few remaining :years there. He as charitable as I know him in the following statement: j Polanco of Santiago, Bishop Some 700 students were enrolled by the f'':amllrof fathersto

died a lonely death in 1819 and to be. 'The statements that column-Fuan Pepen of Altagracia and in colleges and faculties Priests will go into the sta- sons, from generation to

was buried at the foundationhe "After waiting 30 years, i st Drew Pearson attributes to I 3ishop Thomas F. Rei I illy under Chinese diocesan Priests, di ium to bring Communion toe generation, amid difficultiesand

had started at Aston near suddenly his superiors sent 1 Ambassador John Bartlow ( .SS.R., prelate nullius of San Jesuits, Holy Spirit Missionary U people during Mass. It is dangers, even to the STEER

Stone In Staffordshire. In 1855, him to England, without any 1 Iartin regarding the Catholic j Juan[ de Maguana.. Sisters and Divine Word Fah
his body was moved tot h e act of his own. However, he (Church and the coup against (From Santo Domingo, Au. thers. w receive, if fasting is pos-

monastery at Sutton, in the has not labored in conversions, l he government of president gBosch 1 ustin: Heredia, NC correspond. When reestablishment of si ble for them. "You are the heirs, and,

Archdiocese of Liverpool, but confined himself to mis- are absolutely lacking in e nt, cabled: "Pearson comments Fu Jen University of Pekingwas For Communion, abstain wherever you may live, you

where it rests today beneaththe sions and retreats among his f foundation and, for this reason, f alse. No law of separation discontinuing decided on in 1960, the late ]from solid food from 850: firmly uphold its value be

high altar.It own people. I believe him to ,tve feel sure Mr. Martin himc: funds to the Church Pope John asked their religious j a.m. from liquids from 10in.( ) worthy of the name of Chris. BROILEDSTEAKS
Love each other in the
was In June of 1844, when be a very holy man." elf; will quickly deny such h las ever been passed by the groups to join in providing Water does not brenk: the tian. lilt. Viaduct
love of Christ helping each Foot f Braver
preaching a mission near Ox- Newman's succinct account s tatements.; sIn >enate. There is no supervisionf the per; nnel a immensity j fast. EL t-9139
other with devotion.
ford, that Father Dominic first is now being verified publiclyin ( Washington, through a c]) schools by Priests.") needs.OrlandoCentral. brotherly

visited John Henry Newman. the Church. S State; Department spokesman, Nurses will be in attendance

DCCW at a special first aid silion: '
during the Congress. {E UN(1PH JtMA Y I

Sarasota SH-252 Miles >7>>-> Jacksonville Deanery Sheriff patrol has been )r..K, C''mrt\r\ ., Cigar and Camera Departments
promised for the highways and Free 1'irkup and Ileliterr Luncheon and Soda Bar
:o3: ; Hlan.lin flIed Kr 8-07JI. A-0125
DELAND-Twelve Priests the record 243 25 will
were among city policemen assistin 3312 Janime Kd. 77I-B903

V persons who were in St. Peter parish, DeLand, Tuesday of parking cars. There is ample I). \ Tampa )7>>+198 Miles 7>>+- Jacksonville his: week for the fall deanery meeting of the Orlando- parking space for everyone.

entral Council of Catholic Women. They heard Father SCHOOLSSAINT I

[rvine Nugent, chancellor of the Diocese and a high school Grades five through 12 will

Orlando146>> Miles 7>>-> Jacksonville resident, stress the importance of building Christian sit with their classmates. Chil-
dren are coming to the Con-

haracter ducation. through Catholic nJ.,.... f.tl.* u-nftJr n...IV fn.l.ft.>. ILL..., .III".."_"T ;.;Utlly fJ'lYTtl O'rrrr->-
"That AH May Be One." a a a
7 + >+ Mrs. Schoebert Eau .\ ;( }, FLORIDA
>)- )> Joseph ,
Tallahassee 169 Miles Jacksonville
Father Patrick J. Malone, in Bedridden Catholics w h o Resident and UilY School for Girls, Grades 7-12:
allie; diocesan
president, whose parish the deanery met, have television sets will be Academic and commercial courses: Fully accredited

irged the women of Central offered the 9 a.m. Mass open- able to unite their spirits with Music Art Draiiiiilirs( Tennis SwimmingFor

Daytona Beach 7>> +90 Miles >>>+- Jacksonville -lorida heir Faith to show by amending the ardor the of ing the fall gathering. It was the Congress: NBC's Channel further particular address: Sister Directress

noted that a record attendancewas 12 will carry a live telecast on
liocesan Eucharistic
Congress marked for an autumn this greatest Catholic religious
)ctober in Jacksonville.In .
meeting within the deanery.Mrs. event in the history 0 f the ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident I

her talk, she said: Joel Sayers Jr. of Day- Gateway City. and day school for girls on shores of beautiful
"Attend with your family. Lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited. New
MAKE YOUR PLANS tona Beach, deanery president, *
rhis is something that the conducted the session at the Father Michael V. Gannon buildings. All sports, music art, dramatics. Directed by
amily can do together, pray- Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar,
Elks Club.
of St. Augustine has been
ng for the success of the aims
Mrs. Charles Callahan of .
technical advisor for the television
CHART YOUR COURSE C f the ecumenical council." Orlando, past diocesan president arrangements. During
It ii" our obligation as Catholic
made the scrapbook pre the live telecast, he will be SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN
women, she said, to respond -
to the ..\rchbi"hol.sr the narrator. BEACH
Winner for the most complete Retident and day erh1 for glrI.-grade. ... hroh ellf. KxtentUe
p book was St. Mary Please ask neighborswho grounds In a hilly and plrtnretqne region. Large wlmmlaf p*.l.
.If \ 0 Receive MedalWASHINGTON your Tennis co.rt*. Othrr "pert. farllltir. )Mair art da.clnc and dramatic
ATTEND : ; Catholic Woman's Club ofRockledge are not Catholics to tune Caitdacted br the Sitter. of Saint Joeph. Far farther loformatUaapply
;.. _
,; (NC) ; A cen- in to Channel 12 this Sunday; to: Sitter Dlrrctren. Saint Joseph Academy, Jensen Beach.

louse speaker John W. Mc. sion Catholic Women's Guild,
';'' or better still, invite them to
.: ormack has been named Eau Gallie.Hospitality.
TvEucharistic > re- join you at the Jacksonville
THE. _:- ; : ::ipient of the 1963 Gibbons was extended by ball park for the day. ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident

kledal l.. highest honor of the the affiliation in DeLand, the .
and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve.
a ilumnl association of the Cath- Altar
parish Rosary Society.
Three doctors Dr. John accredited. includes
Program : college preparatory and general
lic of America.
> University
College CenterST Ross, Dr. Faris Monsour and courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy
veteran Massachusetts
Congress ; Dr. A. T. Fechtel-will be in Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa. Florida.
egislator will be presented the PAl'L (XC) Construction ::; -
charge of a first aid station at
nedal named for James Car- has started on the computing the stadium. ,

d linal Gibbons, a founder of the center at the College of

IN tc miversity, at a banquet here St. Thomas in Minnesota. HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN

>n November 2 climaxing When completed in early ...964,

t lomecoming ceremonies.His the center will contain a ANTONIO

JACKSONVILLEOCTOBER selection was announced medium sized transistorized fjOLO! Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters

y' Francis P McQuade, pres- computer and peripheral equip Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through

dent of the alumni association, ment. The center will be used twelve Academic and commercial courses and private

vho said the medal is bestowed in teaching mathematicscourses classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with

or "distinguished and merito- In computer program. private lake in a healthful location provides opportunityfor

27 'ious service either to the Unit ming, in processing student all sports.

d States of America, the Cath- records, and in aiding researchand Your products when yon FULLY ACCREDITEDFor

,lie Church or the Catholic instruction by the college's advertise them often In further information address
Jniversity of America. .' management center.

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