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: November 1, 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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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JACKSONVILLE. -More than 25,000 pilgrims took

part in the diocesan Eucharistic Congress here last Sun

day, to demonstrate their unity of faith, to show their

hope for the reunionof, a1 fl1en in Christ, and to pray forth
of the >cumenica1' 'council in Rome. ;
:. e success : 11eFOriJa : .
4, The Bishop ,ofjst:;Augustine, Archbishop Joseph P. :
4 Hurley, his Priestsjiand people of the Diocese, prepared the
Congress which was the third in a series. The others were
y ; s'e held in Orlando and"'St 'Petersburg. At the close of the

<4. d 4 r day's prpgram, the Archbishop congratulated Father Mortimer -

40' ,4 / Danaher on the success of the Congress and expressed f
..' t + the hope that another Eucharistic Congress would Ca'i'f ottc

follow in 1965 at St. Augustine. That year marks the
N : 9t Quadricentennial of the founding of the city and parish,
oldest in the nation.

The Archbishop returned this week to resume his workat
the second session of the Second Vatican Council. He

came here from the council to preside at the day-long

Congress and to offer,Pontifical Mass for the p artici p a nts. VOL. XXV, No. 1 Orlando, Florida, Friday, November 1, 1963 Ten Cents

d9. y i. 'p 4."FA After the procession around
the aisles of the baseball park Archbishop
concluded, Solemn Benedictionwas
given to the hushed
:; ,.. throng. Then Archbishop Hur

ley addressed his faithful peo-

tt tr ple.Quoting extensively from the Spirit of Council Must

4'I :- A hour-long address delivered by
a i.
Pope Paul VI to the Council
Fathers at the September 29 '
Tb ..r reopening of the Second Vatican
Council, Archbishop Hur- Reach into Home

: ,,r a ,( ley said the Holy ..Father told your
a G'e Y F'St us we should proclaim Christto
t'k ourselves and tnthe world .,
r ,._ around us; Christ l our begin- JACKSONVILLE Ex- tion to the extension of God's He emphasized that the Archbishop. In this connection
,war ning, Christ our life and our pressing confident hope that Word and of the Church.The Council touches the vast renewal should mean that the
guide, Christ our hope and our Archbishop came from reaches of life and of death family supply the altar, ht
l ;hI
the of the
Y end. lay apostolate Rome to Jacksonville to preside and that renewal "is of the said.We
I The Pontiff spoke of the Holy Name Society would at the diocesan Eucharistic essence of the Council. need the Catholic

k 5 "full Christ" about whom St. continue to grow in all par- Congress. On the evening be- He explained what the Coun- school more than ever, he
Augustine spoke .. and "to raid. The parish grade and
ishes of the Diocese of St. fore, he apprised the laity rep- cil expects in the way of renewal -
understand better'the main ob- high schools are good, but
resented the men's

t. of" the council Augustine, Archbishop Joseph of the individual, the
dK jectives he of the meaning of renewal Catholics must make them
enumerated in four points P. Hurley has called family, the schools.
1 : called for by the Second Vat- better In the spirit of Conn-
r. lY.P 'The knowledge of the for renewed efforts in the ican Council. The Archbishop said that cil renewal, he told the laity.
4 Church; its reform; the bring- Fisher program. Speaking The Creed and the Command- renewal means, in the life of The Holy Name man, said

ing together of all Christiansin before 200 Holy Name mem- ments; the :Mass and the Sacraments each individual, a resurgence Archbishop Hurley, will be
t unity; and the dialogue of bers and guests attendingthe -these will perdure, said of'charity, by which we love thinking with the Church in
I r; the Church with the contem- annual convention ban the Archbishop. Like the our brother. Council if he personally carries --

porary quet in Jacksonville last Church they are here to stay- Let your families know renewal on the work of renewal in
'n f. weekend, Archbishop Hurley they will prevail, he stressed. in Christ, counseled the his own family.
) '''' world"Archbishop's noted that
11" : ; an increasing
number of men are engag-
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CITY (NC-America's Bishops provided the highlights of the fourth '

Z week of the ecumenical' i council's second session by calling for council statements denouncing -

racial i discrmaina-- i > u_ I K v.
--- noted t n a t me text of t n c provide their faithful wiui iue
tion. schema states that there can proper instruction on the question
Council Fathers voted 1114 to be no inequality among mem- of race prejudice. It would
1074 to include their declara- bers of the Church because of also reassure those who have
;: tion on Our Lady in the schemaon national origins, social class or been humiliated or have been
the nature of the Church sex. He asked that the text be deprived of natural rights be-
AR % rather than in a separate amended to include race. cause of racial prejudice. In
1 t _' schema. addition It would serve as a
He declared:
Bishop Robert E. Tracy of basis for important future dec
I "The inclusion of this point
Baton Rouge said the council larations of the council.
should make it clear that would emphasize that equality
r,.. racial discrimination cannotbe which is enjoyed by all the
". "reconciled with the members of the people of God Three Area
truth that God createsall in the Christian economy. No

'kfr ::_ r il.-' dignity.men" equal in rights and discrimination considerations based can be on reconciled racial WorkshopsScheduled

On Thursday of last week with the truth wherebywe
F:' ... that God creates all
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the U.S. Bishops called for a
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--- council declaration against race men equal in rights and dignity

discrimination. The spokesmen Workshops for teachers in
> '::7ffi -' for the American hier- "If this change is made it three areas of the Diocese of

archy was Bishop Tracy, who will be easier for Bishops to St. Augustine will be held this
a ul y 1 month.

.r director of schools, has arranged -

> Joseph Schoebert of members of the Diocesan Coun- for teachers to meet In

:: Eau Gallie, president of the cil to attend the Congress together Jacksonville, November 11, at
Diocesan Council of Catholic with their families.
:' St. Paul School, 2598 Forbes
> Women, and Miss Irene Scan- Dan Naughton's weekend of
Street In Orlando, November
Ion of Jacksonville, DCCW activity was climaxed by attendance
: with membersof 13, at St. James School; and In
: board member, found a shady too,
I jI I seat near the epistle side of his family, at the Congress.The Tampa, November 15, at Christ
I the Sanctuary for :Mass last Jacksonville attorney, whois the King School.
Schoebert's fam- president of the Diocesan
Sunday. Mrs
On the day the teacher fan
t 3 k x ily trip to the Congress was Union of Holy Name Societies, area hold the meeting, there
in line with her urging of all presided at the HN conventionand
r. .f; will be no school In any of the
his men of the lay apos-
schools of
Catholic elementary
t tolate formed the backbone of
j '0 lL k_ I j [Did you Attend? the ushering which drew that area.
plaudits on all sides for the The educators' meetings will
: l 4., Watch it on TV orderliness of the Congress. begin at 9 o'clock in the morn.
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.> : t;. Almost everyone 50 years old ing. After luncheon from noon
t : .,, I See and hear the dioc- or under, in North Florida, is to 1 p.m. in the school cafeteria
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f t i 1 t' 't Y:-' ',-<.-' __ esan Eucharistic Congresson acquainted with, or knows by the meetings will resume
1 1' ,r ,, < Sunday, November 3, HITHER, Page 1% and continue until 3 p.m.
1 l'' 'f 4 n. >' ... when it is repeated on tele- Father Danaher advised pastors -

i t h: i-....: Ii vision stations in Orlando of the diocesan workshops
f : (!, .; and Tampa. All Saints Day in a letter, October 29:

ill : Videotapes were made Since Friday, November "This is a new effort to coordinate -
: : :: 1 the feast of All Saints,
i : by NBC's Channel 12 of the for the
Rt programs !
..J r: is day, the laws of :
'f' a holy
I1 t Jacksonville d u r i n g the elementary schools in our Diocese
i- -' Pontifical Mass, celebratedby fast and abstinence are and it is also an effortto
: ; Archbishop Joseph P. not binding and Catholics help our teachers meet the
; meat that day.
.1 eat on
Hurley, who has now re- may high scholastic standards demanded -
turned to Rome where he Parishes have scheduled by secondary schools
-1 is attending the Second their holy day Masses for and colleges. I am sure this
j4H Vatican Council. the convenience of pa- will be valuable experiencefor
f Channel rishioners. "
Dial WFLA-TV, your teachers.

' --- 8, Tampa, at 10 a.m. on

November In Orlando 3., dial WDBO- Renew Your Subscription

TV, Channel 6 at 12 noon.

'. Many of the Catholics of This \Veek
attended the Con g res s. to
Speaking to the assembled worshippers at the Congress, and to the world around us; Christ our beginning; Christ our life and This Sunday, they will

Archbishop\ Hurley made his own the luminous words of Pope Paul guide, Christ our hope and our end. Let no other truth be-of interest have the opportunity to THE FLORID CATHOLIC
view the telecast and. .perhaps -. .
Vlr!"Here and at this very hour we should proclaim Christ to ourselves to our minds,.,but the words of:the Lord, our only Master." see themselves. "

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ST. PETERSBURG Collection : r. ;
Bishop's Relief Praised;

Flowers for Every Occasion

Jackson's ShoesLadies' I Supplies Needed Goods to the Poor Tinman's FlowersBonded

$ Florist

& Men'sClinic WASHINGTON (NC-The 15th annual Thanksgiving Clothing Collection spon- Telegraph Delivery

Miller sored by the U.S. Catholic Bishops will be conducted in parish churches throughoutthe r 3931 Central Ave 862-366!
Vitality-Weyenberg nation during November. Thanksgiving collections. He with clothing from the Thanks

Cushioned Bellaires Archbishop Patrick A. emphasized the far-reaching giving Clothing Collection.

641 Central Ave. 862.1355 O'Boyle Washington, chair- and effective work of charity "Among the first relief supplies .

man of the administrative that has been accomplished to reach the people affected a+ d., Q S'a
board National Catholic Welfare among the world's needy as a by the earthquake In .? ; +
Conference, in a letter result. Yugoslavia was clothing that 1c
ENJOY AUTOMATIC addressed to the Bishops, x #
The best proof that our had just arrived at our warehouse R x r 1 Y

"KeepFilled"DELIVERY praised the consistently gen good Catholic. people look in Trieste," the Arch- 0 }. y J <. SF
erous response of American bishop said.
forward to. this collection
Catholics to the previous i ** Sow the '
each year, he said "is that large private!

Phone: the total clothing collected voluntary foreign relief organization .,!4 4A 4y

St. Pete- 898-1111 Edouard C. Craig regularly exceeds that of the in the United .1 . .i'S

Clearwater-M6.8314 previous >.ear." States, Catholic Relief Sere
Contractor and Distributorfor ( 4"sr
Final figures on last year's ices-XC\'C maintains programs ,

collection recently released by of assistance for the
Vikon Metal Ceramic
t destitute the
Catholic Relief Services-NCWC, hungry and the
OLDEST and LARGESTIN and Mosaic Tiles overseas aid agency of the homeless in 67 countries. ,.

PINELLAS 917.94th St. So '347-4101 American Catholics show a According to Bishop Ed Fq ,

total of approximately 17,842- ward E. Swanstrom, CRS- F
.. 7 x" sAT Blue Ribbon Financing
-" NCti1rr'
000 pounds of clothIng, Shoes, eaecutlt: a director, me r .
., .
ST. JOSEPH'S MANORNursing blankets, bedding and other need for clothing continues SOUTHWEST DCCW DEANERY MEETING will.n'help you buy or build your

items, valued at more than both real and urgent, especially Monsignor C. L. EslanderV.F. VI: when he reconvened the new home at lowest cost.

Home & Retirement Residence $25 million, were donated. in Africa and Latin ., right, presented Monsi- Vatican Council's second ses MUMFORD. Put him to work for you.
America."In .
"Tender Loving Care Exemplified" "The clothing, shoes and gnor Harold F. Jordan of'Or- slon. JhlrlauaU. Pinp Air Sen C..dttlo.t.gheat lr*
1 2335 Lalevlew Ave. So. 867-6323 867-6468 bedding gathered in the annual Burundi 'one of the lando to the more than 200 Monsignor Jordan told the Cad Vied ApplU.c.. First l Federal Savings
newly independent nations of .31.9th. 8U South And Loan AssociationOf
Thanksgiving: Clothing Collec- members of the Southwest deanery delegate to pray, do

tion," Archbishop O'Boyle Africa, said Bishop Swan- Coast Deanery Council of Catholic penance, and above all put Day ....un Phuee Mt' IZt-3141 St. Petersburg
GIVEN & BUSHMAN stated "make It possible for strom "about 4000 children are Women who met at the charity in their lives In orderto
wearing made from
Catholic Relief Services to Church of the
our Incarnation, Sar- "bring all men to the feet
these sorely needed empty 100-pound flour sacks asota, in mid-October "
supply for the of Christ.
.( hundreds of thou. that were part of a shipmentof Fowler & Inc.
\ goods to food to relief annual fall session. The Orlando guest was the Payor
our in ,
k THE I x sands of the poorest of God'spoor that Also pictured are Mrs. Jo- speaker at the luncheon servedat

in areas of greatest need "In. country. seph Schoebert, left, of Eau Southgate Community Cen General Insurance
an impoveri3hed regionof
throughout the world. Gallie, DCCW president, and
Latin America clothing ter.Father
UAVEUISe He cited the Catholic Relief from the 1962 Thanksgiving Mrs. James O'Donoghue who John Lima M.M., host 121 Ninth Street, North 896-8131 St. Petersburg
E. r Servlces-NCWC emergency aid Clothing Collection provided was chairman for the day from Priest, offered Mass In his

program for victims of the recent the Aye Maria Guild, hostess church for the deanery dele
140,000 men, women and chil
Sy Given Bob Bushman earthquake in Skoplje, dren with affiliation. gates. He also gave Benedic-
a change of clothing FREE24.HOURAmbulance
AI.I,tLK MIOITINO CENTER: Yugoslavia set up and func Monsignor Jordan native tion of the Most Blessed Sacra.
810 :34lh UKNIK NO.. ST PKTKK-Ill: !! FL.PHOSE 891-0189 a 'luxury' that most of a
tioning within hours after the ment. ServiceThis
them never before knew or enjoyed Floridian who formerly served .
disaster struck, as an exampleof Mrs. Charles Ockelmann
I1I he said. community service without
at St. Joseph parish, Braden-
I -_ EXPERT the great good accomplished deanery president, conductedthe Call time of Fully Trained
Bishop Sxvanstrom stressed ton, spoke of his memories business session. Nine affiliated any day or nightobllgation-offers:
that although it is called the Attendants Oxygrn: EquippedPHONE
1I R Jacksonville Catholic Bishops annual there, then quoted excerpts parishes were represented 342-8821 Ambulance .:\n'wbereflthlA
from the address. of Pope Paul City Limit
r Ft Thanksgiving collection, and
WEE PICK UP AND DEUVERT Beach nearly all clothing is donated C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL HOME I
INSPECTION Complete Funeral Services from $175 80$ 59th St. Nf.
theless, distribution is made
OWNERS The St. Paul Catholic Worn- L DCCW Corner
tl i In business in St. Petersburg since 1927CURK'S an's Guild has planned a meet- entirely without regard to race,
Ing for Monday, November 4 religion or color. 'The sole AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOf
I. criterion is need," he said. saying "I'm as busy as a bee," can easily be used
BRAKE SERVICE Inc. at 7:30: p.m. The meeting will THE South Pasadena
i Each archdiocese and dioces the women of this Diocese. As I visited throughoutthe
begin with the recitation of the Offers You Low For
1210 FIRST AYE. NO. PHONES 842-5336. 842-5537 Rosary in the church. After. will schedule the dates and Diocese, a whirl of activities were reported to me; receptions Payments

wards the business meetingwill other pertinent details of the teas, and Communion breakfasts to welcome new FINANCING & REFINANCING.

r I be held in the school Thanksgiving Clothing it was members. The other committees of our council are also Your New Car

cafetorium. announced. now well under way. Example: To Finance $2,000
Checking est mothers is expanded
t Cost Guest speaker will be Mrs. : Our different affiliations had
St. Petersburg through the Madonna plan only $6327 Per month includes all costs
l George Hunter who will give a 974 women attending the various which benefits from the sale
talk on the shrines in Canada. ST. JOHN '" Deanery meetings this of these cards. Therefore not Call or Visit JOHN D. ADAMS

NA110NAt Available Mrs. Hunter will illustrate her Plans have been made for a month. Each of these was most only are you keeping Christin AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

talk with colored slides of the spaghetti dinner on November interesting and >"n: Christmas by using these Martin J. Ross, Chairman

(a IT.ruunute shrines. 14 from 4 to 7 p.m. The inner the arrangements '\k' cards, but also you are help 1507 Pasadena Ave. Phone 347.1161'For ..
I Accounts May Be will be held In the &
? The women of the parish are school caf--*,' were ex- ing in this effort by doing a
Opened By Mail also invited to the annual Com teria. There will be a white cellent. Then work of charity. Address the

munion breakfast which will elephant sale the evening of we :saw a wonderful National Council of Catholic

be served after the 8:30: Masson the dinner. Admission to the demon. Women 1312 Massachusetts Clubs

I ; THE NATIONAL BANKOF Sunday, November 3. Reservations dinner is $1.50 for adults and stratlon of our' Avenue, N.W., Washington 5, For Holy Name

ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA I, may be made with Mrs. 75 cents for children. Faith last
I Breakfast
1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH Thomas 'Vhite.'Daytona. weekend at the D.C.Mrs.. Norman Boatwright, of

Member F.DJ.C. Tampa BucharIsBtic Augusta, Georgia, province and For Church
EPIPHANY national director, has called a
f Beach The Epiphany Guild 'will which was atMM.. ........., meeting of the five different GatheringsCat

FATHER LOPEZThe sponsor a show and talent' festival tended by many members with spiritual directors and diocesan

Mother's Club of Father Thursday, November 7 their families. presidents of the province of .

ri I : LIVE SAFELY Lopez High School will spon at 1:30: pm. at the CYO centerin This to remember month the the Church souls asksus in Atlanta. This meeting will be

M Venice. The center Is locatedat held November 7, with Mass at WUterDONUTor
sor a rummage sale November Purgatory. Do not forget the
DRIVE SAFELY the corner of Tampa and the Sacred Heart Church and
%x"iiimi 4 through 9. from 9 a.m. to 5 members of your family, but all the Holiday .
: J& Nassau Streets. Musical selec- an day meeting at
\ Consult this directory before your next tankful of p.m. The sale will be held at tions will be presented by the especially remember those who Inn. Just drop in anytime

1f f: \1 i, gas or needed repairs. You'll be glad you did. < 154 Volusia Avenue, the old Coquettes Choral Group under may not have a friend or famIly November 19 and 20e Pasadena Ave., 341-7041 34th St., 89M343

Greyhound Bus station, in the direction of Mrs. John G. to pray for them. will have the fall board meet

I( Blessed Sacrament Daytona Beach. Articles for Meadows. The talent festival The national council reminds Ing for the members of the

HEINZEN the sale may, be delivered to will feature exhibits of paintings us this month that St. Augustine Diocese

HAZELLS' the school or to the sale loca sculpture flower arrangements they have some! beautiful Mass will be at St. James
fj. e lion during the sale. and hobbles. Christmas cards for sale. Church in Orlando, followed bya BUDDY HILL'SAUTO

The vital work of medical : business meeting at the

i It Amclain assistance for the world's poor-I Cherry Plaza Hotel.It .
Madeira Beach Bank
r SERVICE looks like another busy SALES

REE PICKUP A DELIVERY MADEIRA, BEACH ClearwaterST. month for the members of the

Slllt. St. L Uth .\u. !a.. Member ....L: Council
Thane 1167-< One-Stop Auto Service Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. \ A bientot
811; dllKKN KTMPS8th
the October business
St. &: lAth .try. So. 4998 Seminole Blvd. Phone 391-9911 Open Sat. 9-12 '. AntoinetteMrs.
rh..e U6.131 meeting of St. Cecelia Worn- Joseph Schoebert 62 FALCONS

PHONE 392-1962 an's Club, a report on the recent Diocesan President. 62 VALIANTS

West Coast Deanery meetIng .
in Dunedin was given by 1 62 FAIRLANE 500'

Transfiguration St. Raphael'sSNELL ) KINGFISHRESTAURANT Mrs. Fred Preston, parish 62 CHEV II',

I chairman of the NCCW. There
ISLE GULF were 420 members present 62 F-85's

' I! from the 41 affiliations represented flORIST GREENHOUSES 62 TEMPESTS

and from the guest Ut .....'Itw AT. 8*. 62 BUICK SPECIALS
JANSSEN'S parishes Clearwater had the WE WIRE FXOWEftg
e SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST largest attendance with 60 887-2138 "

St. & 38th Ave. No. e Golden Fried or Boiled Shrimp Four new present.members were Introduced "

ST. PETERSBURG e Succulent Scallops by Mrs. Francis Wln- :
PHONE HE 5-9325 president. She announcedthe We specialize in financing
Luscious Lobsters
Call 829-8201
Top Value Stamps annual membership tea to eeoeeTTeuaJjc3r We consider 90 days cash
On All Purchases t 1301 I Snell Isle Blvd.
YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER be given November 19 at 150:

ST. JUDE'S SERVED OCEAN FRESH p.m. at the Memorial Civic : NO PAYMENTS 'TIL JAN. 15, 1964
r HUSHPUPPIES AND ROLLS Center, Clearwater Beach.

Chicken and SteaksAt Clearwater Beach Circle, with 18th & Central AvenueSt.

,,AUTO REPAIR Famous Johns Pass Mrs. Elton Donner as chair. St. Petersburg
man, will make the arrange PetersburgALL
NORTHWEST ST. PETERSBURG ments. 4M5 9th Strttt, North

tyR"ONE The memorial Mass for deceased
tr GGS 11t' members of the Club

,.0 119th will be offered Wednesday,
After Church SOULS DAY
' November 13. The time of the MASS
$ AY*. North 66 Service Calls IiI Mass will be announced in the

at Tyrone Blvd. Phone 341.2431 Meet All Your iwrish bulletin oil the preced 1- SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2
ing I
f FriendsAtThePark Guests of honor at a dinner
Holy Name St. John's slims served before the meetingwere -r 1963-10:00: A.M.

Roofs Monsignor Thomas A.
nM Iouu1 Lane
( Colreavy and Father John
It M EsI
[STANDARD] Ids w tai O'Flaherty. Circle 1,' Mrs. Anthony CALVARY CEMETERY
@ r fJ'Jt Second Cup of Cofte Irahof chairman was
OF or Iced Tea It Always Fill the hostess group. _

Proprietor: U "
The Flower Dell : ENDOWED CARE

.: J. L. McKnellen Standard Station
: 7475 Gulf Blvd. CAFETERIA I I4 P.M. Sunday
103S 58th ST.
5802 15th Ave. S. 1621 Central St. PetersburgPhone
a St. Pete Beach, Ha.
' Phone 344-0461 5Xe Complete I.uiu heons Monday tiara Saturday : 862.4722 or 862.7961 Phone 526-4238 U. S. 19 at 58th St. No.


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AI. Tw Dear Reverend Father:

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: I am writing to you from Rome, the seat of the Second
rq, ; : General Council of the Vatican. The world situation has not
r 4 changed for the better since last 1 wrote you about The FlorIda

Catholic. The need for an Informed and determined Catholicity

is perhaps greater than ever. For this reason, I repeat the

pk letter I sent you last year.


The modern Christian struggle with the anti-Christ is now

entering a decisive phase. Witness the great Parliament of Faithat
t E y vyw') which the Bishops of the world are presently assembled under

the Primacy of our Holy Father. The General Council the Church

_- _____ _____ ..________ ___._.._ .v__..........._. T... ,""""' ._,,__ has been convoked in order that we may concert ways and means to

ARCHBISHOP HURLEY LEADS WAY IN PRAYER FOR PEACE AND UNITY save the world from the consequences of sin and folly

Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, in procession to cele- unity among the followers of Christ and for the exten-

I brate the Solemn Pontifical Mass at the diocesan Euchasion of His Kingdom among men. At right is Father Our Catholic Priests and people must be fully Informed of

''I ristic Congress in Jacksonville on the feast of Christ the Michael Kelly who was an honorary deacon; at left, Fa- the decisions which are being taken by this Apostolic Congress.

I King, unites his flock in fervent prayer for peace and ther James F. Gloekler, the master of ceremonies.. Already there have appeared in the secular press distortions and

disparagement of our efforts. While we appreciate the fair and

dignified reporting which has characterized the more respectable

Men Told of Council's GoalJACKSONVILLE Journals we are convinced that the true story of the Ecumenical

Council can only be told by those who have a reverent understandingof

-- the alms and methods of the Church or Jesus Christ.

Arch- It will touch the vast reaches serious danger.. Harried by The renewal will find Its
bishop Joseph P. Hurley addressed of life and of death. divorce, and the tragic conse- most fruitful application our The times are so burdened with portent that our Catholics

'Holy Name men at- Change there will be in some quences of warped children and Priests. .. must have immediate access to the truth and they must be preparedto

tending the annual convention externals; new methods will broken homes; by birth con- The Church in all ages needs carry Into effect the injunctions which issue from this august

of the Diocesan Union certainly emerge. Modern man trol, with its inevitable 'frustration -a devoted, apostolic Priesthood. assembly of the Authorities of God's Chu .cb.

here last weekend. Tellingthe has new problems and new and guilt, and strained re Thank God for our Priests. I

Societies' delegates that needs; and these call for chang- lations. The pathetic search for was led to a new admiration of is
It for this reason that I call upon all the Priests and
he was counting on them to ing applications of unchanging leisure and entertainment ends them at their retreat in St. Augustine .
all the heads of families in Jurisdiction to subscribe to
our our
I into the .
put practice renewal principles.The in failure because the road to last month. Even the
i presently being called for Creed and the Com- true happiness runs in the opposite -hotel employees wrote me to diocesan newspaper--The Florida Catholic--and thus assure that the

by the Ecumenical Council, mandments; the Mass and th, direction. say how deeply they were af- strategy and the tactics of the Church--the orders of our officers-

Archbishop Hurley ad- Sacraments these will per- Renewal for the Holy Name fected and inspired.The may be communicated at once to the soldiers or. Jesus Christ In this

dressed the assembly as fol- dure. Like the Church theyare that he builds his
man means parish Priest is the one decisive battle with the forces of error and or evil.
lows: here to stay home after God's Then
-praevalebunt design.
who brings all the truth, and
-they will prevail. there will be true and
f accept my warm lasting goodness, and beauty ofChrist's I recommend that our Holy Name men and our Council of womenbe
PLEASE There will be renewal In love, because the family is bas- ,
0 nth e spirit, we devoutly pray. A ed on the law of God. Church to bear upon especially commissioned in every parish to carry out this important -
the He is the Churchto
work of this convention, and
clearer understanding of our One additional word about task.
on spiritual harvest of the vast majority of Catho-
your faith by all of us a more the family: Renewal should .
this I note that In- lics and others.
year. an
intimate knowledge of God. mean that the family supplythe The hour is grave ; our obligation to place this officialpress
creasing number of our Catholic The renewal of the Council '
And a more conscientious, more altar. Renewed family life '
men are engaging In apostolic depends so much upon him thatI organ in all our homes is equally grave
devoted practice of our faith. will bring the ranks of the
work as a result of the efforts am sure the prayers of all of
ii Renewal is of the essence of Priesthood back tow a r
of the Holy Name Society. with him that he and all -
r, the Council Renewal of me- strength in these days when you are may My paternal blessing upon you your people
In a series of meetings in rise to the full height of the
and of you of the individual.We the decisive battles are being
I various cities last spring, I saw stature of the Ambassador of v
shall need to take a long, fought on the moral and religious -
with my own eyes the devotion hard, searching look at our- fronts. Christ, which he is. Devotedly yours in Christ ,

of many Holy Name men to the I issue a special Invitationto
selves a candid, critical examination Let your families know renewal -
I extension of God's word and each Holy Name man to
of conscience. A new in Christ.
of the Church. In collaboration teach your boys to lift their :: 17L7
determination to turn to God, The Council calls for renewalof .
'I with Monsignor Jordan and a to be converted to Him to the Catholic School. Our eyes to the altar. To respect, ,
) large number of our parish ,
and their
obey reverence
seek Him to live His schools
by ; especially our parish '. ;
I Priests, you have already made ,: schools, and interparish High Priests. And to accept the call ,: ':;... ArchbIshop'OT
an excellent start on that Lay law.The to be a Priest, if Christ ever Bishop of Saint Augustine
pagan said: "That I may Schools, are good. In spite of
Apostolate, which the General know myself." The great Chris- the envious critics without, and gives it to them.

Council is discussing, and the ,tian seer,Augustine, said: "ThatI the few defeatists within. But The parish Priest is the

future is green with promise.It may know myself; that I may we must make them better. Church of God is Christ -

is my confident hope that know Thee." Do not be misled by a few in direct personal contact with

we shall be able to establish Renewal means an unwavering timid souls who give in to panic men. Indeed, some of the make. ; <,;

i the lay apostolate of the Holy loyalty to Jesus Christ, the because our school system has shifts, of which you read these a ;;(,.T 4 g t : ? '
in all of i
Name Society our
God.Man, and an unswerving grown so ''fast and so large. days, permanent deacons or
parishes, and to double this following of Him. They are afraid of our success. acolytes have been proposed .t\\ : :
the number of those actively -
year Renewal means the conquestof We need the Catholic -choolnHu.e because of the shortage of IAM r
engaged in this noble
fear, through hope hopein than ever and our Priests.I .
mission.It .
the Cross of Christ, the people want it and will not much prefer to present
is too early to speak of
Cross which conquered death. be denied. They see the new this continuing need to our
the of the
accomplishments Renewal means, in the life crisis of youthful crime and parents to our Holy Name
Second General Council of the sM
of each individual, a resurgence disorder and immorality.The men in the confidence that 3
Vatican. As know, a Council
you of charity by which we parish school which theyl understand\\ that it I} I ?i W. {
takes time. It is a rare occur- -
love our brother.A starts the child on the right is a prime duty of the family f "
in the Church of God. We
rence "
social renewal, too, is way in cooperation with the to give a great, apostolic :;
have had in the a
only twenty sought for. First of all, in the parents the inter-parish high Priesthood to the Church of ..p. R' t,. __
entire Christian era. The last
i't family which is the primal so- school which offers such incomparable God. i n -
one was almost a century ago. -
cial unit the cell of society. aid to the familyas Finally, renewal means the
If Congresses and Parliaments
I The family is one of the casualties the boy or girl passes the layman himself. He has an important I 1, R
which are almost in continuous
I session take so much time for of today. It must be restored unsteady, dangerous years of part to play in advanc- :

to vigorous health or the adolescence. No conscientious ing the cause of Jesus Christ.In z '
the temporal affairs of men, it
human race will accelerate its father or mother would be a certain sense, he is Christ's __ Y
is not to be wondered at if we,
downward course. without them. These schoolsare ambassador to the secular ;
every century, take our time in i
this all-important question of The Holy Name man will the essential condition ofa world. k

God and modern man; of re- be thinking with the Churchin strong and wholesome Chris- For some ;years now, In our
Council if he tian community. Renew them. have b
ligion in the contemporary personally Diocese, we sought
carries the work of Make them better. I, and our 4qt"
on renewal ally through our Holy especi-I f
'1 world; of the eternal destiny of
the human soul. in his own family. Priests and Sisters and lay men, to carry the

All of us know the story of teachers, will dedicate our- Christ the good tidings of ; '
There has been earnest, wide- Y
ranging discussion. But the the American family. It is in selves to,this task. salvation to those who know I

Ccuncil is not yet at the phaseof Him not. t
decision. Much progress has been I

Meanwhile, let u* bear in Holy Name Convention made, but much more remainsto .


6 change in substance: It is a ResolutionBE Let ns redouble our efforts Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley

question rather of applications -enlist, more apostolic handsso addressed Name
Action Asked of Holy Name SocietiesThe Holy men at
; of facing up to the con that this year we may .
it resolved that this Convention recommend the adop- their annual convention in
ditions and needs of our at least double the number of 35th annual convention program as arranged by Daniel A. Naughton, president -

time. It is a question of renewal tion of the following official announcement as a converts; and really launch : of the Diocesan Union, included addresses by Father Denis B. :McCarthy O.P., national Jacksonville on Saturday nightof
of change. means of expressing publicly the Catholic layman's love. this Holy Xame mission last week. With him at the
t director of the Holy Name Societies, and by two prominent Jacksonville laymen,
The Council will deal with and fidelity to the cause of Christ as does the recitation of this apostolate of the laymanIn head tables were leading dioc-
Joseph r F. Stazenski Sr. and
governance in the Church the Pledge of the Allegiance to the Flag emphasize his a manner that will estab- J Robert J. Schellenberg.Father lay apostolate in the H N S. starting and expanding the esan and deanery clergy.

Bishops and Priests in their loyalty and devotion to flag and country. lish it as a permanent formof Urging the men not to take Fisher program in each Holy Priests from the parisheswere

relation to the Pope and to the Be it further resolved that this announcement be recommended the Church's mission In McCarthy was an their Faith for granted, he Name Society. guests of the conventionat

people. We shall deal with the as a permanent heading which will appear every parish of our Diocese. 1 lonored guest and his stirring indicated the good practicesa The traditional breakfast
The world is We address J on The Lay Apos- 1963 the banquet, above. William
and the laity-their that closed the
religious weekly on all church bulletins throughout this Diocese and Holy Same man could usein meeting
mission-because we all have a are at a crossroad. Unless the 1 olate was considered a high- helping with parish Con. convention sessions! heard Christian of Jacksonville,
that it be used as the spoken announcement from all pulpits -
mission their obligations world takes the proper turn- ]ight of the convention.He fraternity of Christian", Doc- Mr. Shellenberg talk on standing, was the toastmasterat
their rights. on the Sunday preceding the second Sunday of each unless we take the road that drew on his extensive experience trine work. "Christ, Our Light and Our this well-attended dinner

The Council will deal with month.Be. leads to God-we shall descend in guiding Holy Name "The love of God by men Strength. feature of the Holy Name Societies

Sacred Scripture and Tradition it further resolved that the chairman of the publicity into an inferno of misery and nen to outline further progress will grow from your actions," He gave his fellow Holy

from which we draw our Faith; committee of this Diocesan Union, be authorized to obtain despair. Already the popular hat could be made in constantly Mr. Stazenski said and told his Name members a thought to Monsignor Harold F. Jordan,

with the Church and its Head information relative to the possibility of this Diocesan philosophers proclaim defeat- strengthening the Holy audience their own lives would ponder, saying, "Should we not standing, is the diocesan mod-

upon earth. It will consider Union financing radio broadcasting of this announcementeach anguish is the lot of man. came Societies' objectives.The thus be enriched. become more acquainted with erator. Seated at his side is

divine worship-the Mass, the month at appropriate hours on the Saturday precedingthe We Catholics must bring \(|, Florida Catholic will pub- The afternoon business ses- the principles of our religionand Daniel Naughton of Jacksonville

Sacraments. It will consider second Sunday of each month.Be them the message of ChristI the many Inspiring ideas sions were streamlined this each day rededicate our- diocesan president, and

i preaching and teaching and the it further resolved that this resolution be presentedfor the good tidings of internal c If> Father McCarthy in subsequent year to allow for more time selves to better and more fruit- other convention leaders.

missions the missions afar, adoption at this Diocesan Union Convention with the peace. Through the Gospel of ; issues). on the panel discussion, "Prac- ful lives?" Wives of the Holy Name officers -

and that sometimes neglected sincere hope that it will prove worthy of acceptance by Christ we give hope back to Mr. Stazenski addressed the tical Approaches to the Lay The St. Augustine H N S had places of honor at

mission which Is in every par the world. >Saturday morning assembly oflelegates Apostolate." Monsignor HaroldF. Deanery members were the central table.GlcmwIIIIIICIltUJIIIIUDIUIIIIUIIIClUa.
other diocesan unions throughout the nation. Said an-
ish of the land. This is the renewal of which c in the Florida Crown Jordan, diocesan spiritual commended for their success-

The Council will discuss and nouncement to read as follows: Pope John spoke and Pope Paul 1 room of Hotel Roosevelt on moderator, served as chairmanof ful role as hosts for this year's :
"This is to remind all Catholic men that the second his "Proclaim Christ the which included convention, with especial
counting panel
decide on schools, seminariesand speaks. I am on topic ,
universities, works of Sunday of each month is recognized nationally as the Holy Name Society to be the. *today." The speaker stressedhat Father James J. Heslin, assis- thanks to Herbert WIsham, I SUBSCRIBE |

charity.It monthly corporate Communion Sunday the Holy Name right hand of the Priest in cart there are forces of evil in tant spiritual moderator, and deanery president and chairman .

will deal with moral law Society and they are urged to participate to give honorto rying this renewal into pract he world today that must be Mr. Stazenski. Lively interest and Johnnie. Montgomery' I NOW i

and moral problems. God by publicly professing their loyalty to Him." tice. c:ountered now by an active centered around the theme of assistant chairman. i.ItltillDlHlultl111DIHHNttttltllillilttlil.-< '


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: Catholic Comment "'i 1

I' Christ Knows His Mother Is Council Discusses ColIc/ / giality/

Our Mediatrix of Graces .
The Congress in Retrospect Wit is collegialltyfI, would ultimately prove helpful of lack of communications but
; Is the him that is
U'T'HE: ,Church calls the ''Virgin :Mary llediatrix ofGraces' collegiality to : day gone.
1 of Bishops that 1? being dis. "For us personally it will More importantly, the Curia
I is something sad about whereas .SL, Paul says, 'There .is one Medi1 cussed as it discussed Its origin to Church law
THERE slightly person should be committed to Jesus 1: the Christ was on L provide doctrinal and practical owes
man ,Jesus.! And' i it calls her Co-Recleemer
of any large affair. The empty Christ in every manner and mode of His 1 I whereas St Paul that the councilfloor. standards by which our apostolic but the college of Bishops was

chairs, the scattered papers, the matter- Being. says "there/is' only one name, Christ's, The office, endowed though it instituted by divine law. It
in. which we can be. saved term refers of not to the Curia but to
of-fact business of Is by Christ with the fullness was
disassembling equip- Our awareness ,of the primacy of Jesus 1
Run over with your obi.. .ior', some other of fJhrfst's course to the the 12 Apostles that Christ entrusted
1 and of
ment all of -- ---- -- ------ sufficiency power, may
speak finality. Yet the end of Christ is the force behind a successful
titles which are* applied to human Joint responsi. His Church. There Is
the Eucharistic beingsas I receive more help and support,
Congress held last week in Congress such had at Jacksonvillelast
as we well! He i isthe; Good Shepherd, for in- bility of the In ways to be determined, froma therefore no reason today whyChrist's
Jacksonville is exception. The end of week. is,
an It because God has renderedus
stance but'when He Bishops of the wishes should not be
was leaving the earth more effective and respon-
the Congress spoke not of finality but of so much that in turn render to Him
we He world to teach, given full expression.
appointed:P.eter to be Shepherd (John sible collaboration with Our beloved -
future hope and promise. with the best of:our'ability. The beauty f 21,46-17X; Aod: ..He was Rock of Ages rule and sane- I and venerable brothersIn In earlier days, political and

Thousands of people from all over the music, the'solemnity'of-ritual,' the force,of but ,He ajcttially' :gave Simon. the name, t if y. ,Saint I the episcopate," he said. geographical boundaries kept
Diocese of St Augustine thronged into art and Peter Bishops from close contacts
the: Qrganizing genius of man were Rock (which .'is what the word Peter was appointed How could the Bishops, act-
Jacksonville. There were parish Priests, all enlisted to try and express the 'love ofa the with other Bishops and with
means). JVecan, go further still. God isour'fatherjiajid Ing collectively, give more help ,
choir members in their school uniforms, people for their God. .If, the Congress ( this in ,the leader of the Apostles but it is 1 and support to the Pope? A the Pope.
the spiritual order also true that Christ In this "one world"all
nuns from schools and institu- then it tribute appointedthe '
many was
a success was to the number of Bishops at the coun-
.' ,. .t.QO-: tot: StfPaul} ,says, "You have and the
tions of the Diocese, lay folk of every age love that men.have for God. I. many Apostles as a united groupto r''cll have suggested that the Bishops Pope
teachers:itf Christ: but not many fathers- evangelize, to bear witness can form a compact and very
and ,
description. Their aim was simple, the Yet the. Congress is.'not at,.anend. It whole body of Bishops should
of .: ; -in,ChristIl. >got you' (CpTfnthians! 4,15)). By now.you can. to forgive sins. As heirs of the 1 effective unit in teachingand J
completion that aim, total-they came the' be permanently represented at
represents of.
high ,
mark a
: th'ere"are titles which the the Church.
.state the-principle ; belong to God Bishops collectively governing
to i
homage to Jesus Christ the Rome.
pay Kingof steady love of God that'animates all''Cath-
have While the Council Fathers .
or to (Christ Our Lord as expressing powers which have authority over the
Kings and Lord of Lords.It olics. The ,Congress was :something 'to | On October 1st, Archbishop
Church to
,.their and plenitude But no one as yet has are actually planning put
was not by mere chance that the strive after, to present, and tli n td'g&out, in 'them demption; they have work to given a definition of this collective Hermaniuk of Winnepeg urged their Joint apostolic responsibility -
feast : nn-- themselves.---------. --- What" ---- fhrt-!----::t- j the establishment of an "apos
.t of Christ the King was chosen to and live. TheCongress was a tremendoussign power of the Bishops into some concrete form
Yet these same titles can for the race has still be
won to tolic
at Rome.
/ celebrate this Congress. If the feast of of love expressed in 'a public manner. be human 1 that is adequate and satisfac- college" such as Archbishop Her. (
applied beings to each individual
applied and would
I Christ the King teaches us anything it Yet on the individual, quieter level this expression through whom those powers' for this He relies on men., j tory to the council. and be collaborate like a senate with to the advise maniuk's "apostolic college'

teaches of the The When we speak of the "col there Is no great need to worry
us primacy total and abso- on. Congress inspiredus .
goes are exercised for the use of That we ourselves may be Pope and its members wouldbe
lute, of Our Lord. This primacy is not only to make that public sign of our love a others. The 'Shepherd uses saved, we must work and pray, lege of Bishops" we include patriarchs. Cardinals at the about coining a comprehensive t

in the cosmic order but in the order of each .force that would. endure jn our every day shepherds. (pastors' ),, to feed ;suffer and offer our sufferings: the Bishop. of Rome in the head of dioceses and certain definition of" the "collegialityof \!

: individual person. This means that each lives. ; c the flock. The Rock: uses:t a, we do not lounge into 'heaven colIt"ge.Any other Archbishops and Bish- Bishops.
decision by the Bishops We can easily define the
rock ,for the continuing stability -.ton. Our Lord's agony. And we ops. Other Bishops at the coun-
must be ratified the of the senate of the
by Pope
of His Church on earth ,,can help one another, by teaching cii made similar suggestions. power
Father John ,
I J. Castelot' ; before it can become an official United States but in dealing
Existence comes to us ;from praying, offering In union
,decision of the council. Evenso The Roman Curia at present with the and functionsof
IJ ; 'the L powers
one Creator, yet through ;with what our Lord suffered.
\ there are some conservative acts as a secretarial the Church we have to remember
I Folly/ nf 1 lan"orii1aGjtl'T.. in Psalm human ''procreat, -cxe th tYfs'," ".,To return to St., Paul's J theologians who seem; to think body to help the Pope in the that we are not deal.
pro-creators, deputy : tofs. Is toChrist's
-- -. -- - - - phrase: Nothing; :wanting
; ---I a- : ., : We for t that the whole concept of "the guidance and government of ing with a political organiza.
are ready now our
i suferings, save bur co-
folly of ignoring God Exile, .religion! had become a convinced themselves t that. critic's chosen words-media; {collegiality of Bishops" is an L the Church. tion. We are dealing with a
operation In applying them to
I. a favorite subject of sham and 'vice was rampant. they could lead dissolute and trix and coredemptress.St. the souls of men "I became all !attempt to undermine the i Many Bishops feel that It mystery and definitions of

the Old Testament writers. It Most responsible for this sorry lawless lives' with complete' Paul having been quoted things to all men that 11 might power of the Pope. needs an overhauling and reform mysteries must always be Incomplete .

was the theme of Psalm 13, andS state were the upper classes: impunity. The"fool'' is not against our use of them, ;save all," says St. Paul ((1 Corinthians Pope Paul himself has no> but they do not advocate and fragmentary.The .

Psalm 52 repeats irreligious kings, a greedy simply an ignoramus but a let us take him. for onr:guide. '9,21)so) he is a co- worries on this score. In his; the abolition of the Curia. heart of the mystery Is I

it with bureaucracy a selfish .. and malefactor; ,, .one who' ignores'God'sj 'He writes?*'I' make in : opening talk at the council he! They insist that a senate of that the true head of the i
: up ; my :saviour and he calls on Timo-
only slightvariations. cynical clergy, venal judges, law and acts accordingly. body what is wanting fa:the said,, that the discussion on "col. Bishops would more effectively Church Is neither the Pope nor ,
do and the
1)S. 1 thy to be, same ((1 j
) The j rapacious financiers. [This unholy The. second half of verse 1 sufferings of Christ, for His '
situation described "lot, bent 'solely on personal gives an authentic definition of body which is the Ch tch" In this sense we must all that the Pope has; needs of the universal Church. who is the Invisible but real

In gain, ground the' lower the type of'person the psalmist (Colossians 1..24)). be co-saviours, co-redeemers, primacy over the Church. There was a time when a high- Lord of the Church who still' t

t these psalms classes into 'the dust'and, all has in'mind: Such are corrupt; I have talked of our habIt.of others to 'obtain the Pope Paul expressed the ly centralized administrationwas preaches the Gospel of ah'a'I

.: is one of unrelieved .-. in 'all, created a,. .situation they do, abominable, deeds; reading Scripture in a .state'-Jof fruits helping of Christ's redemption: opinion that the discussion needed at Rome because tion through His Apostles. }
corrup- which cried to heaven for ven there is no one who does good.
t pious coma. Anyone who can but Our Lady above all. '
t tion. The author geance. But Cod does care. He read that.. text without, shock John '
a In the encyclical Ad diem St. C. O'Brien
I: uses such The psalmist voices that cry. looks down from heaven to' .
I : must be in deep coma. indeed. ;Pius calls her '''The first steward J JIN
; k sweeping terms as to suggest But first he touches on the see how His children are behaving shock
A ? Two shocks'r ther.
In the dispensing of
j" [ the universal sinfulness of i root cause of the malady: The "to see if there be For St. Paul is saying not,;; None of us, not even New Role of Scientists Surveyed

{ mankind before the Flood. But i fool says in his heart, ."Thereis one who is wise and seeks that is 3 graces.
1 only
something wanting
St.> Paul could apply all his ,
his anguish is too real and i[ no God." God" ((2)). ,
t'' It the to Christ's sufferings, which, prayers, all his sufferings to recent years scientists that has been mainly determined as C. P. Snow (the English
f immediate for that; he would was .their cynical disre. In' verse 4 psalmist is but, I
that he
startling enough, j the redemption of others been the scientists.
playing an ever- by economist) has so frequentlytried
I hardly be so upset over such a gard of God which led these pleads the'ca use of the oppressed -
helping to make up by his. i s some, part must be set against role in The scientist Is interested to demonstrate the
; remote situation. And in fact men, to .perpetrate .such They are being eaten 4*xpanding government. edu.
I own which is For \
the prophets used strikingly _crimes. alive by the rich and the he is, claiming to stunning.lie cHpera' I our own-sins. But she, had no 'They are making or helping to only in extending the frontiersof cator continued. -

,. 1. similar language in depictingI Not that they denied Cod'sxistence" powerful. The latter, in their : \dn. J make policydecisions man's knowledge of space.In "There are wise and nodest
ing with Christ in the work of'
... the such can't Mediatrix comes under thesame < his mind this is the overriding men with social imagination in
widespread speculative folly
corruption 4< arrogant seem to in fact
) which preceded and occasioned ;atheism! was unknown among realize that God is just, that He Redemption be claiming principle. Graces come to <*which formerly determination that this subculture, but frequentlythe

\ the fall of Jerusalem in 587 1I 1i 1 the Hebrews. Theirs v w a s is OIL the side of the afflicted, to a co-redeemer! ber'aslCr,. ;,us through her mediation. ] were reserved should determine space exploration powerful members of the
What is'. he saying? Is :) j this contradict the "one
Does s to the policy. are self-assured to the
I B. C. rather a "practical" atheism: and that one daythe.. oppres- believe : ;group
ing us.to that.jO'urLord's Media, or" text? On the contrary politicians. Although The humanitarian questionof point of about their
The suspicion that the while admitting.God's. existence ,sors will cower in terror before :di4 j arrogance
I psalmist. Is! writing in the < they denied that He took His avenging justice. ',;not qufte redeeming'redeem,"'.sacrifce |;| .It,fits it. Read 1 Timothy tI an alliance !- whether these billions couldbe i own abilities, about the over
I .- but'thaVfP'tunately ;1 :J-5. : between more profitably spent on :riding'rIghtness of scientific
I } same historical context is i any,-practical intetest in the The day of reckoningdid: '
strengthened by the references !:affairs of men., finally come, when Jerusalem 'to the, .:Paulwasxttietej: ;'o',/We. 'aret &'oj.,to pray-for all .c scientists; .and* eradicating the ,courge of can- values and methods, and about

to salvation and restoration They; ridiculed, the idea that fell and Its people, especiallythe cover "Geficiency2',;.,3djt\]men whatsoever:'Oiirprayers j politicians: cer, arthritis and heart disease, 1 the validity of their view about

In verse 7. ]He rewarded the good and upper classes, 'were course not. s ';}f.'c can aid. men to piety and j may be inevitable on construction of new schools I how society operates and whatit

4 In the period before the ]punished the sinful and thus dragged off into exile. Christ died once for alI:.: e- hastity and so to salvation, t it is to relieve overcrowding, on i needs."

demption was won for the .'4because there is one Mediator, (:reating problems which are slum clearance and other wel- The social scientists, the

race: only He could do It, and \the man 'Christ Jesus." And if i iour beginning to command the attention fare projects seldom concerns panelists noted, tend to regard -

: '' Father Michael V. GannonMission He did it. ,: mediation, in union with t: of thoughtful observersf the scientist. Although, in fair- society as irrational.

I a But men are not simply: .to, 1 His, can do that, .how much < the American scene. A ness, it should be said that a Some of them advocate shap--
of Nombre De Dioschapters
1' :'- be spectators of their own'. '.. .[. nore.L ,hers? ., ]panel of educators has been few have denounced lunar exploration i ing tax policy in such a way as

'--- :studying; the role of science in as "folly." i to siphon off from the consumer

f.. MsgrHarold F.' JordanExemplary he political area and the contusions Scientists also tend to have :s billions of income

i CjReat in : they came to are the last word in decisions in :i squandered, so the scientists

; somewhat; disconcerting. ;such matters as the regulation 1 1 think, on cosmetics, cigarettes,

\ coioa catholic hIstORY Zeal I Effective ; Scientists, as a rule, the i of insecticides and drugs. alcholic beverages and other

t : ,)anel suggests, are men of nar- Even more pervasive is i r1on-essentials. The government .

-ow training with little understanding the voice of the so-called soi in their view, could

; t : Chapter 25PEDRO despite the fact that many of achieved should be attributed In' Sharing True Heritage. j jFollowing :; of the social conse- cial .scientist. pend; the money to better purpose -

p Menendez, the soldiers were not trained, to Him. juences of their decisions. The "These men," wrote one of i to Improve public welfare.
\ ;., I* the talk 3ton*l Bor Harold F Jerdan spiritual mod- j oliticians, on the other hand, j I the panelists, "want to manage The social scientists also
had to face the he summoned all the captainsto "Trusting in the Divine rrator of the Diocrsan Union of Holy .>ame fiocietle,. *. gave at tho
: a council, and told them that .Io.inc *r .lon *f,the 196$ fonyfptlon.J 'r'esent the intrusion of the 1 1 the bureaucracy to the extent t end to advocate population
; :
problems created by his scat- Will, he said, he held it pro-
'OR several : s scientists, at the same time adi necessary to make it behave ontrols, sterilization of the
he years now we; cruise and
_: tered fleet. The Admiral and had not taken that expedition per that they should sail at j jonce ; { :who about day night
: Adelantado under his charge through for JL have experienced : .WtZ: :: trying to find every conceiv- r nitting their dependence upon t the way they think it should. i nsane, and mercy killing of

I. was lacking over Florida, without ......1-.. 1-.. ....n..t .u.. ..1-._ :_"':- ip _-..,_ u__ _# _1___u__ __...- ..n_ t he scientists' expertise In'rhey have a sense of political t he Incurable, with scornful
: two-thirds of his expeditionary vanity or personal interest, but waiting for ,or seeking fur- .ii.iaiiL utAUCU: a \';LLUUIUgL)1. : auie type VI picasuic:: aim uivci-'
force, and had no way of for the honor of God, Who already ther,aid." .. :sides." At least by' those pedple'who i ion to occupy their time. JJ nany[ matters. echnique: and they enjoy and d lisregard of the moral sensirilittes -

f i knowing when or if the appeared to be manifest. approval are' opposed no t: only to They do thIs' to try to fill Decisions in the field of eek; power. b of the public.
E: ,, remaining ships would arrive. Ing His mercies, since to show With :, from) -all ,the Catholic Church' IbutNbythose up this! awful void In the weaponry, for example, have "They feel that science Is Now, the question arises, is

Father Solis de Meras was His hand visibly, He had per- hands and,. Menendez led his few weighed "anchor people who opposed midst: of their own souls be- 1 passed largely from the civilians t theirs, that no one else has the tIght ;:he scientist better equipped

I mitted that the powerful fleet ships to to Christianity, those people' cause they have lost sight of to the technologists i to tamper with it. It is tl I with him when he made his sea again, northward toward
which sailed from (Spain) Channel. who are opposed to Almighty why they are here, they have Whether or not this country they who should decide which ti raditional politician who

'j decision should arrive near Florida in the Bahama Father I God, 'those people who are trying lost sight of their Father Who j should spend billions of dolj! projects j deserve emphasis. lecessarily, must reckon with

It "Seeing that the people who an impaired condition in order Solis.de Meras. recorded in his to make. the world free' loves them. lars trying to put a man 1 rhey believe a good dose of tl he opinions of. ,his: constitu'

l were with him were-persons of that the success"of whatever log'That: day-in the afternoon, 1:from religion,'those'people who The problems of life come on the moon is a questionInterested -cience: would fix society fine,: e;nts ., : : :, ?,-: '' .

much reliance and bravery, famous action ':could be the Adelantado formally, publicly have incorporated -"''up and they have no way to '
that all-the. ships' arms should ;\ themselves to do" hoi i solve them and so they have C C Question: Box 'J : I

;thing else except sow seeds'*>r 1 to try to bury their very souls MBMMBi MVBBHiMa
be ,dellyered to the captains, ., *
TRANGE BUT TRU 'atheism. -;' :in the distractions of life to

5 Little-Known Facts; for Catholics E them so that among they should their distribute soldiers' J j[ I'm now.not. talking, of communists ; -]hide!sibilities from, much the ordinary less the respon-great I I Persons Benefit Mass IQ. I

"' who .were to keep them clean .
By'M J. MURRAY c" '. ".". .N.e."" I'm talking of this sad :miseries and the great tragedies -
,; Can those of this
and ready; and that eachsoldier who are not:; worship) certainly receive' use word invariably to de.

-' --'.' :;.,. ; \ shoukf: shoot, three phenomenon where men who'are' i that- can come Into all Q atholics benefit from bless- the graces that attend any sin- note the glorious second. com

a4 iQL'LIrF? MAPIW' -.-11grjr# '-' -s9L rounds ,every. day ,until they 'made to' ,the, image and i our lives jn igs of the Church? Do they cere prayer, and also the most Ing of Christ to judge the
j 84FTX 42 Fr + S 8fLNcnwcruci likeness 'of Cd :,"ivant 'to4dis- You who are certainly the special fruits that all world.
; tjRiHG reached Florida, in order to b Benefit, from attendinglass accrue
IINLJMui'jO own their Father Who is God., lose fear of the arquebuses and 1\ ? actively assist at Mass.
And they want else realize who are and realize
everyone ; :you These fruits
be trained as they. were raw are applied to
1 to disown Him. And with a'what the Lord, your Father, A. Regarding ecclesiastical
recruits 'for the taosf part them primarily for their conversion
; J great deal of zeal and with a I has done for you by giving bl:lessings( In general, they maye but to that end
and with that .exercise, which they
L was done each day they daily J great will they are workir g. ;you the glorious heritage which b given to anyone, even to may be given other blessingssuch

repeated the'Christian: doctrine It is time for us to forget !Is yours. Go forth from here n
:any notion that we may have 1 to bring that message in your 01 btain the light of faith, or
and litanies
and making,, supplications saying prayers to ]had in the past that we can get
God ]by with less zeal.We need mote Be yourselves lights to them (C C Canon 1149)) The only ex- the term "parousia" as it
OurI.ord, and beseeching
'I- r\;, *:/fcTWCW ACT 7KT Him ,to grant, ,them victory in .-we need more zeal than they so.. that they can get some C<(
/) OtJty SQjtfT TO i'4.4'vT! all their undertakings." j ror the simple reason that..our glimmer of hope'and possibly hi ibited by the. Church, such as ature? FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS, Inc:.
]numbers now are beginningtobe : through your example come le nuptial blessings in a P.O. IK x 3531 OArdti S-S4SS

STIGMATA me On Monday' August 27, Father 1 t far smaller than theirs_-:'in to Know God, come to save ni lixed marriage.As A. This Greek word simply .m. E..* Colonial Drift
i Lopez noted "while means "arrival" Or..de. florid JZ88J
; we ;0 their souls or "presence;
STFMNC1SCTASSlSI many quarters. for the fruitS'or the Mass, Subscription ID U.8.A. and Canada
were near the entrance to it is used this in St. Paul's
We've got to stand on our' Stir'up your fellow Catho- C:hrist offers "Himself in the way $4.00 per year; otb 0 r countrIes

the Bahama Channel, God J feet r: and shout from the housetop -' i lies too, to realize that this Sisn't .acrifice as the Head of the Second Epistle to the Corin- M.oo. '
:h showed to us a miracle from thians (76.) The Florida Catholic a member
1 the message of salvation i some country club, this Cl]hurch, to apply the merits of of the Catholic Press Association
I : heave, He continued: j for the love of God; for His i isn't some civic organization H[is Cross to all men. Hence the There is also a more technical -and the National. Catholic Welfare

"About nine o'clock in the honor: and His glory and for :1 for the sake of building a ball Cl hurch offers the sacrifice di- meaning to be found In and Conference Martin News pulJlI hen'Service.representa.Bogner

.: evening, a comet appeared, he: love of our neighbors, too, :]park down at. the corner so the re ctly "for all faithful Chris- ancient writers: the first of. tlv Entered as second clan mall

:. which showed itself directly who are caught up in this tremendous IAct 59, of at March Orlando.3. 1I'U.Florida

4 above us, a little eastward, giv- whirlwind almost :]play, Important as that might di Irectly for all others that city. This latter sense was applied -

t' I.: WAS BRUGLT5 ing so much light that it might whirlpool; it seems to be 1 1 be.. th ley may become members of by St. Paul to the solemn EBrathn

j p' nauAH row or '4"j.9' have been taken for the sun. It dragging! so many people'down. This ,:is not just a friendly le Church, since the Mass coming of Christ for the final

44TI went towards the westthatis You know the fruit gathering of individuals for judgment ( I Cor. 15,23). .' Vlnreat E. Smith
.: -MLLEST CALL GCrMC iSfqffSSwwtt *of so J j is offered, as it .Is said, in the e.g. ) Executive Editor:
.I 4mIz_ 1:4LM towards Florida, and its nuch of the thinking of today. 1 the sake of exchanging: pleas- Oi ffertory: '.for: 'our: salvation Also, "paro us la" was sometimes : Editors: MU. J.a. (Qola

; wcL. -vwru iii TWE. fb'p brightness lasted long enough 1to You know people whose hearts :antries occasionally at conven- id that 'or' thV whole world./* used by early writer,as Mark A. HcUwlr

; repeat. : two'Credos." i mow nothing but anguish and 1 lions and things of that nature. Non Catholics, therefore, a synonym for, Epiphany Advertising J*.*ph A.Manager R.tl.r

>jcyrNORMAL Ctturoc/u. -'Xe: week: despair. You know people This thing that we have Is wl]ho attend Mass (not from (manifestation).
s.. plrudro DC'r 'XVT x Li*. \ -I ; '. 'I -',--, ,-Land; .
'Ahoyi vhose lives are empty. ,--those- '. ZEAL, Page 8 m ere curiosity but with view However, modern writers Friday, November 1, 1963I




Tile Florida Calnoiic, raoay, .NOV. i, lyoi; rage Five
Leonardo to be Declared

Celtic Cross Dominates

Blessed in November 3 CeremonyBy Monstrance at Congress

James C. O'NeillROME

(NC-Some of his fellow aristocrats in Turin thought Father Leonardo J St. Paul parish in Jacksonville provided the monstranceused

Murialdo was a socialist for advocating an eight-hour day in 1885. But Pope St Pius during the Diocesan Eucharistic Congress, picturedin

X later recognized him for what he was-a very holy man. On November 3, the Church color on Page One in this gold-on-blue inscription read-

is paying tribute to his holiness when Father Leonardo is declared blessed in St Peter's w t r s ,1 T issue. ing. :

basilica.The .. It was presented to the parishin "Woman, behold thy son. Be-
new Blessed was strongly ing was supervised by his panied his brother Ernesto to 1954 by Miss Louise Clark in ]hold thy mother." The inscrip-

conscious of the needs of mother. Paris and entered the theolo- r memory of her mother, Mary ,tion is surrounded in turn by
his time and his work for After finishing his elemen- gical classes at St. Sulpice sem Elizabeth Clark. The sacred 12 sapphire studded stars in

young working men and boys tary education, Leonardo and inary. After a year's study vessel, valued at well over a honor of the Blessed Virgin.
was much like that begun by his brother Ernesto were sent Father Murialdo made a brief thousand dollars, stands 28 The final outside rim circlingthe

his fellow townsman, friend to study with the Scolpi Fa- visit to London and then re- > 7 ev inches high and weighs about Celtic cross is surroundedby
1 thers at Savona, where they turned to Turin.
and Priest, St. John Bosco. 15 pounds. ] 2S jewels. On the beams of
But unlike St. John Bosco, remained for seven years. He was asked to take over The monstrance was made In ,the' cross are depicted St. Henry .

who was born to a poor farm On Sept. 21, 1851, he was the "Artigianelli" center. This 1 4 b' Dublin, Ireland by Gunnings, in memory of Miss\ Clark

ing family, Blessed Leonardowas ordained a Priest. had been founded some years world renowned manufacturerof j father, the Nativity, the Crucifixion .
the son of a financier who After ordination he was not before to offer a home to !7 a.yqa the sacred vessels. Their and the Assumption.
the descendant assigned any specific post by young boys and men in America .
was of a noble appren .a a.jb work is well known The base of the monstrance
family. his archdiocesan superiors and ticed to various trades who _____ Australia, Great Britian and contain four medallion
Born on Oct. 26, 1828, and for a while he continued his had no family in Turin. 1 b i Ireland. depicting Augustine, St.

baptized Leonardo the follow. studies.It When he took over the direc The monstrance !Is made by Paul, Our Lady of La Lech

ing day, he was the eighth took almost six :years to torship of the center, Father F1t; ; L- hand and because! of the intricacy and the scene of the First
lead Father Murialdo directlyinto Murialdo also assumed the :
child of .Leonardo and Teresa and delicacy of the Mass at the Shrine of Mission -
Rho the career which was to be debts of the institution and his '
Murialdo..His father died z. S a pattern it took over a yearto of Xombre de Dios in St.
before the boy reached his his life's work. But indicationsof life was made miserable for _ _ fashion. .
f Augustine.The !'
fifth birthday and his upbring- his special calling showed years trying to provide for the i -.w The center of the monstrance general outline of the

themselves early in his priestlylife. boys in his care. His own Inheritance .f"Iv.-w.. W< M .: 4w' .. M.: contains 16 gems, red, blue and monstrance is in the form of

spent, he was reduced ALTAR BOYS RECEIVE FROM ARCHBISHOP white. From the vessel for the! a Celtic cross taken from the

Now is Gradually the Priest's home to begging in front of Archbishop Hurley gave Holy Communion to hundreds of the altar boys, last Host emanate 24 golden rays 1 Book of Kells, one of the earli-

was transformed into a hospicefor churches. Sunday in Jacksonville. Father John :M. :McCall, deacon, assists. which are surrounded by a est copies of the Scriptures

t the time to street boys who workedfor Father Murialdo took over :. ___._,.._..,'___' _"_.er.: "___.,__ ..- ,_ ,. _. "", _..JIIII_';lP'_ -_ ... made by the Irish monks in
pennies during the day and the operation of the Artigian
| the sixth century. This book
renew who at night were taught howto elli on a temporary basis in I I
I located
is presently at Trinity
read and write by Father 1886. But it turned into a 34-

J to: Murialdo.At year job which ended only in rya in. fHQ.. I College The base in Dublin., the stem and all
the same time Father death.It
detail work of the monstrance
Murialdo\ began haunting the was only the year before p I
THE are in minute Celtic design,
M i7r
new factories growing up on his death that the financial
carved in the gold.
! the outskirts of Turin to bring burden of the institution was

: FLORIDACATHOLIC the young apprentices religious lifted by the legacy left to

1 instruction.In him by a Turin aristocrat who

1857, Don Giovanni Bosco, had watched his work over the News Notes

later St. John Bosco, talked years. Ri, 9t
Father Murialdo into assuming As the years went by, Father
If you don't receive directorship of the Oratory of Murialdo became convincedthat & T Tr i On Congress

1 It now -You should St. Louis, a sort of boys recreational the work of the center ; ; I DiocesanEucharistic
l i club. could only be carried on by a I' 4 _
The new director restored religious congregation. On ) '.

the center's chapel and built :March 19, 1873, the Pious I Congress

St. AugustineFor facilities for day and night Turin society of St. Joseph was J : II The official souvenir program
school. founded. It
was composed of carried a whole page of
He also organized athletic four Priests and two semin tt acknowledgements from Father

I teams, a theater and a band. arians. The society grew quickly T S Danaher.At .
i Don Bosco provided him with and today numbers over 800 i -
I three assistants: Fathers Rua, members with foundations in the end of the day, exul

I ft' Albera and Cagliero. The first Ecuador, Brazil, Argentina, tant at the beauty 0 f the
I 'PlusValue1InsuranceAsk two later became superiors Chile, Italy and the United tribute paid to the Blessed

general of the Salesian Fathers, States. Sacrament, Father Danaher
E the congregation founded by Among many of Father expressed his thanks to all of

l FRANK HOWES Don Bosco to carry on his Leonardo's accomplishmentsin the Priests who helped and

I work with boys, and the third his later years was the x 'iw '3w :tF singled oat for special mention
about became a Cardinal. founding of the first Catholic the extremely capable
Father Murialdo remained workers' union of Turin in and dependable ushers.
Gulf Life1
director of the oratory for 1S71.
He also thought the police
eight years. Then he accom- He startled the Mayor of t
ADAPTAPLAN.- and the city personnel who
Turin in 1885 by proposing a provided emergency aide corps
reform of laws governing work
: should be especially thankedfor
MCDONALD'SDRUG ing conditions. Among his proposals
the work they did duringthe
that children be
: re-
Congress. The doctors were
Here' the man who tell quired to attend school until .
gratified, he said, for their as- ;
you about Adapt-A-Plan. .STORE the age"of 12 or 14; abolitionof
sistance in handling the sick.JACKSONVILLE.
' Ask him how, with AdaptAPlan night work; establishmentof qj .
an educational policy 47 King StreetST. an eight-hour day and laws 4 s \ .d
Can also provide family or banning child labor until the !
1 retirement income. See him AUGUSTINEVA age of 16. He also advocated ?s+, .n. O.WF 1 nA. runs .wJD -j-i

today! that salary minimums be set SOME 65 PARISHES SENT 1100 ALTAR BOYS TO CONGR:]ESS

VA 4-2385 by the city to protect helpless -, ...... ... -', .- At the Ecce Sacerdos, there
Augustine, :Florida 4-1687 workers. U 'D AB'OO'DS
came the quickening of the
I P. O. Box 548 Another of his achievementswas Catholic heart that the cere STEER

the founding in 1876, with i/ ,..\:. monies were about to begin. ROO
two others, of the first Cath- : 4t: 1 Father Jaime Lara, one of

olic weekly for workers. The .... "....;.< .... i .. ::ti1. the masters of ceremonies,
paper still exists today under : :;: called for the first three rows

the title the Voice of the Peo 't,.. :.: '. {::::: of altar boys in the bleacher! CHA210CAL V BROtllft
to accompany him to the STEAKSFoot
He lived until March 30,
.. sanctuary at Communiontime. of Bearer St. Vladnal
1900, when he succumbed to + t EL 413
1 1f pneumonia. His death was
c i greeted with great sadness.
cI -
I t t .1 t FLORIDANATIONAL Cardinal Sarto, who became <;E ST:6 LING: : PHARMA'CY: :
# ; Pius X three years later, said: .
I .1 ;1 1.E "Murialdo is dead. A saint has RELIABLE I'RESCRII'TIOSERVICE'
died." Drag, Ocmetle, Cigar and Camera Department
Free Pickup and DellTerr Lanehcon aad 8ed. 1K
His beatification cause
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E ti'y+ begun by the Archdiocese of ) #2r S311 Jammo Rd. 771-6002
.E BANK OF JACKSONVILLE Turin and his writings were D. Q. KASTKRLINO. Owarr.Manacrr

approved by the Sacred Con-
MMfI 411u.RU/.tt MM HI MM r UCttMMlf M StlH>M MUM ff Mitt MftttT MMUCt CMMUIMBr i
gregation of Rites in 1918.

On April6, 1961, he was
t' E
declared Venerable by Pope :

1 e R t John XXIII. 1 iiTrI;
1 1I One of the two official miracles :

I r attributed to him wasthe r
healing of Ursuline Sister -[a v

Maria Giulia Caminada of Sesto
r ; so
Calende of a severe cas e of -iL'r
t fr
thrombo-phlebitis in 1923.

The second miracle involved
Clotilde Fiamma of Casagiove >' a
o 1 s S Italy, in 1929. Mrs. Fiamma,

mother of eight children, was 1 t .
[ cured of complications encountered {


Father Patrick J. O'Carroll, who was one of the mastersof

ceremonies at the diocesan Eucharistic Congress, is
shown giving Holy Communion to children. Father Morti- A

' PRESENTS A RECITAL OF SACRED CATHOLIC HYMNS ON THE CAROLINIC mer Danaher, executive secretary of the Congress, said

BELLS ON ALL SOULS DAY- NOV. 2 FROM 11:00 A.M. to I P.M.COUNSELLORS that 43 Priests went into the throngs, to give 14,000 people



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w. ....-, the boys who came to the Eucharistic Congressfrom IMPORTANT TO CHOIR STRENGTII, TAMPA GIRLS

the distances away from Jacksonville arrived with Wearing the blue and white uniforms of Tampa Catholic High School were wave
a S :' .L\ happy smiles like these. They made the round trip from upon wave of students, a few of whom are pictured above. Girls in the choir from

:":"l St. Margaret Mary parish, Winter Park. all Greater Tampa parishes left the school in chartered bus at 5:30 a.m. for Jackson
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ones off of the bus from St Paul's parish, St Petersburg, are Gerald CONGRESS PICTURE PAGE I -diN ? ,;
I McGoff Alan Krufick and Robert Webb.It .
Wade, Ronald :Moser, Thomas Smith, Michael ,

; was a long bus ride but it was for something very special the diocesan Eucha- ( 5.L I IM

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"""ifo. Sunday to the Eucharistic Congress. And the seats both permanent and temporary Joseph Smith of Cocoa Beach loaded up his automobile

COMMUNION CONTINUED AFTER 'ITE MISSA EST' were filled before Mass began. Above were people from St James, Orlando, at 6 a.m. last Sunday with this group of children

When 14,000 persons received last Sunday at the Eucharistic Congress, the and St. Edward's, Starke, in the back row; and in the foreground, the St Pius parishioners from Our Saviour School, Cocoa Beach, near Cape Ca

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I i :president of Bishop Moore High School in Orlando gave the 3

sermon at the Pontifical :Mass celebrated here at the dioccsan -

: Eucharistic Congress. On last Sunday, the feast of ; .

Christ the King, he spoke on the Eucharist, Sacrifice and< .

Sacrament. Following the Mass: the Most Blessed Sacrament 6p i ia is

I was exposed on the outdoor altar in Suns' Stadium,
and a series of Holy Hours ra'
were conducted. Six Priests o f ,

1' these the Diocese afternoon of St. Augustine also gave sermons during > f',. .;;tr ., k n J

Father meditations. i L.' : .;r' t.:,. .. .
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IT be a part of a great event.has been changed, through the< Father Connolly Father Wells Father Burns Father Page Father Mulligan Father DittmanNo

Never have I felt this more command of Christ, into His; matter what your weakThe Holy Eucharist is the The principle of any vocation It is impossible to grow in We hear of Christ in the When we receive Holy Com-

II strongly than when I own Body and Blood fulfilling ness may be receive the self love for the Eucharistic Christ munion Christ thinks speaks
was Food of the soul. t the BlessIs sacrifice complete and Scriptures, we see Him by the ,
present last year at the openHis Promise: "the bread that body of Christ often, and you. without at the same time
I ing of the Ecumenical Council I will give Is my flesh for the will gradually overcome that ed .Sacrament we receive in total consecration of the indi- strengthening our love for our eyes of faith, but we touch acts Christ transforms us ..

or when I watched the white life of the world." sin Holy Communion. vidual to God. fellow man. Him in the Eucharist. into Himself.

\ smoke rise over the Vatican WIth this belief In the real

this summer and the triple Presence of Christ in the Holy ,

tiara placed on the head of Eucharist we are at the heart of the Passion of Christ one who offers it, for the Massis i means the sacrament of the this Congress, for in the non-Latin Priests began to But it Is obvious that the :.:

I Pope Paul VI. Yet I am sure of our Faith in Christ. And The Mass instituted at the offered not alone and directly .. Eucharist-the Blessed Sacra- Sacrifice of the Eucharist we sing a high Mass in competition. final solution will be found .-

that these moments today are we are united not only with Last Supper-is the renewal of by Christ as at Calvarybut -, ment we receive in Holy Com are united with Christ,and onlyin I found it hard to believe only when there Is a renewal

greater than any of those.Catholics all over the world the sacrifice of Calvary by it is heard by Chris t munion. A Sacrament-our catechism the Sacrament of the Eucha- that this was a deliberate at- within the hearts of

I And It Is not the fact that today but also with the fol which we are redeemed and through the ministry 0 f the tells us-is an outward rist do we find true peace. tempt to interrupt the Latin individual men. As long as

I here in the heart of the South- lowers of Christ In every age. through which all Grace comesto Priest who stands in the placeof sign instituted by Christ to give We hear these wordspeaceand Mass but the singing was there Is no unity, there will

land of the United States we This past summer I said men. That it Is the same Christ. The sacrifices diffei. grace. unity-used so often that strangely loud.I be no peace. And there surely

make up the largest crowd Mass in Rome in the Catacombs; sacrifice our Lord made clear in their effects because the Sacrifice .. The Blessed Sacrament gives there is,a danger of their losingall put it out of my mind until will be no lasting unity except -

ever gathered together in this of Saint Callistus. The altar when he Instituted it: "this is of the Cross paid for our. us this increase of grace and meaning for us. Allow me the next day when I made the through the loving ac

city to honor God. Indeed, the was located in a small, dimly my body which shall be givenup redemption and merited an in. a union with Christ that our to use a personal example of stations of the cross with a ceptance of the Eucharistic

size of the crowd is really of lighted chapel with a second for you:"; "This is my bloodof finite amount of Grace for the! Lord Himself compared to the what they mean to me-and of large group of pilgrims. Whenwe King by all men. _

little Importance, for this is a century painting on the wall the new covenant, which is salvation of souls, while the nourishment of our bodies on the scandal this lack of peace arrived at the ninth station That is the hope and the .-

I' greater event than the gatherbehind the altar. In this paint- being shed for many unto the Sacrifice of the :Mass applies i the natural level. Just as our and unity can be in the modern where our Lord fell the promise and the greatness of ..

ing of a half million people to ing the Priest stands at an forgiveness of sins." these merits to us in time.It body will starve to death with- world. third time under the heavy these hours. Here we can and .

honor the Vicar of Christ. altar with his hand extended Saint Paul tells us: "as oftenas Is the means by which out food, so the new life of Not long ago I made a pil- burden of our sins, the same must renew ourselves In :_'
r It Is our purpose here toover bread and fish lying upon shall eat this bread and the Landtothe Priests with .
you graces merited by grace (for Christ referred to grimage to the Holy group of appeared Christ. .
day that makes this moment the altar. drink the cup, you proclaimthe Christ's death are mad this supernatural life as being Mount of Calvary itselfto cymbal and snare drums. They It is faith: and love for the

great, for we are gathered The fish, an early Christian death of the Lord until He present to us each day In "born .again")-this new life that Holiest of places where effectively drowned out the Eucharist that have brought us

together not to honor the symbol of Christ, c I ear I y comes." every part of the world, as of grace needs nourishment or took place this sacrifice we prayers at the ninth station.It here. If we but open our heartsto

Vicar of Christ, but Christ shows their belief that the The sacrifice of the Mass, the Sacrifice Is offered anew. we shall starve spiritually. have celebrated here today. It is surely an understate- receive the abundant Eucharistic -

I Himself. With the eyes of bread was changed into the then, is essentially the sameas The Holy Eucharist has alsoa I "Amen, amen, I say to you, was with a mixture of reverential ment to say that such disunityis Graces of this great day, .

Faith we see clearly that Body of Christ at l\Iass-a wit the sacrifice of the Cross.In third mystery. It is not just unless you eat the flesh of the fear and heartfelt a scandal. It is a tragedy.The we shall bring back to our

Jesus Christ, the Eternal Son ness from the early Church to each the victim is Christ. Christ present among us-andIt t son of man, and drink his gratitude that I offered the tragedy of disunity.Is homes a renewed faith and a

of God, Is present in our the same belief we are professing The sacrifice of the Mass differs is more than the renewal of f blood you shall not have life Sacrifice of the Mass on an it any wonder that there deepened charity that will in- .

midst upon,this altar. in such a beautiful way from that of the Cross in the action of Christ's death on l in you. He who eats my flesh altar erected on the Mount of is no peace in the world today spire us to labor incessantlyto

We bow down in humility, in this morning. the manner of offering, for it the Cross. and drinks my blood has life Calvary in the basilica of the when such things can bring all men to the harborof

reverence, in love and adoration Besides our belief that is unbloody. It differs in the The Holy Eucharist also I everlasting and I will raise Holy Sepulchre. take place on the very spot truth and the unity of faith,

before Christ the King in Christ is truly present upon him up on the last day. For Overwhelmed with the prixliege where this sacrifice of the so soon there may be but one

the Holy Eucharist. this altar, there are two other ',i :fC flesh is food indeed, and my that was mine to standas Eucharist was offered? fold and one Shepherd-that
The Host that we adore is great mysteries in the Holy r + f my
where the This depressedme earth resound from
blood is drink indeed.." a Priest High experience the may
no longer bread, but it has been Eucharist-both essential to D Priest Himself stood, I left the at first, for I realized that pole to pole with one cry;
changed into the Body and our salvation. In the Holy .L. !1 I We see then the difference altar after Mass to return to such a scandal in these sacred Praise to the Divine Heart that -

t Blood of Christ by the words Eucharist, besides the real : ;i : e sn between rifice and the Sacrament.The Eucharist. as Sac- the sacristy. At this moment, places is clearly symotomaticof wrought our salvation. To it

of the Bishop at the Consecrapresence of Christ, we have the scandal of the lack of unity the world-wide problems of be honor and glory, forever.
Sacrifice of the Mass is
both Sacrifice and Sacrament.We and peace became a reality to human beings. If this could
the action by which the Sacred
have just joined together i Je' here should be
me as never before. happen we sur-
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t- Mass Guide
11 Msgr. Harold : I '
F F. Jordan 'S. I )t -
; t SUNDAY November :3

;' Zeal in Fisher Work ., : ,, 22 Sunday after Pentecost.
Urged for HNSContinued : 'i ; (Mass of Sunday, Gloria
f Creed, Preface of Trinity.)
1 ( from Tare One) for jour soul's !sake and thenin Christ ,and proclaim His Holy MONDAY, November 4
a heritage, it is a way of life, using it well for your Name. In all of our actions, : .. t St. Charles Borromeo. (Mass
it is a whole way of thinking, soul's sake yon are to shareit in all of our thoughts to gear j'., jt 'C : of feast, 2nd Prayer of the

of living, of breathing, of find. with jour neighbor. of ourselves to think with His 4' r'C. : ; Pope, 3rd Prayer of Sts. VI-
ing joy to satisfy the soul of \ i1
Us hate this responsibility.But Mind. : 9)) rE tails and Affricola, Common
man.There the point that I want to How do we think with His & Preface. Anniversary of the
has never been anything make is we have taken the Mind? We think with His Coronation of Pope John
on earth like it nor notion in many quarters that Mind by thinking with His : XXIII.)

trill there ever be anthingon this is a completely private Church. There are some some- TUESDAY, November :5
earth better than it. It is thing-this matter of love and times, even Catholics, who try : I (Mass of preceding Sundaj.
the hope of the world. service of God. It is private in to drive a wedge between God ii A Common Preface.)

The whole purpose of the the sense that we will stand and His Holy Church, not 1t : ,' WEDNESDAY, November 6
1 Council, as our Most Reverend individually before God to be realizing that the Church is (Mass of preceding Sunday
Archbishop made so clear last judged on how well we did the Christ in our midst. i Common Preface.)

night, is to attract men againin job.But Everything that it teaches, I J 4 1, THURSDAY, November 7
greater and larger numbersto one of the things He 'r
we are taught us. Everything thatit (Mass of preceding Sunday,
their Father's House so that going to be judged on is how holds out to us as responsibilities t ', > Common Preface.)

they can have purpose in their well we did the whole job not that we must acquit -. T FRIDAY, November 8
lives and that they can know just living it ,ourselves but ourselves of either: He gave ; .- (Mass of preceding,: Sunday,
true love and true joy in the handing it onto others. those rules directly Himselfor : : 2nd Prayer of Sts-Martj ",
depth of their souls and have We have, as I have remarked He has long since committed IS Common Preface.)

their lives mean something.You in our own interpretation Himself to authorize or to underscore y SATURDAY, November 9
stand before your fellow of our religion' as something or to endorse its legislation ; v 5 : Dedication of the Archba&iJi.
men and before God as the completely and totally private, in our behalf. ca of the SaUor. (Mass of
heralds of the good news of at times sort of looked downin Don't Jet anyone fry to S feast, Gloria 2nd Prayer of

salvation. Do not back away a snobbish fashion at those drive a wedge between God 5, S S St. Theodore, Creed, Prefaceof
from it. Do not shirk this re others who though not blessed and Holy Church in your Trinity.)

sponsibility. Be proud of it with the full truth as we pos- own mind. Holy Church is : SUNDAY, November 10
and to the best of it still showed the : :
very your sess zeal, Almighty Cod directing you ;S S 23rd Sunday after Pentecost.
ability acquit yourselves of it. stood on the street corners and and me. It is His Voice. It is ., (Mass of Sunday, Gloria,
:Many of us in times past spoke of Christ and put out His Mouth.You : Creed, Preface of Trinity.)

have adopted a certain smug handbills. have come to this con- ::1t
attitude regarding our religious Some we might say seem to vention. You have heard some

Faith. With a deep personal be a little on the radical side fine things said by some people -S S"' 1J;. ...... .M81w' S. __;.isiiIiL -==-- ----- _ ORLANDO
love for God, a deep personal and we might say other things who evidently worked long and WINTER PARK
loyalty to His law, many of us about those who have taken hard not just in preparing what
have tried to walk through this shots at us because they did they had to say but in living Holy Name men from all areas of the Diocese par- O.P., national director, was in the sanctuary of Imma-

life as if this is a completely not understand.And the lives which put them on ticipated in the annual ,Missa Recitata in memory of deculate Conception Church, Jacksonville. Above, HNS
private thing with us this if they didn't under- the plane where they could parted members. Monsignor: Harold F. Jordan, spiritual men attending the 1963 convention prepare to receive Herman J. Heidrich

business of our religion. Well, stand us it was our own fault, prepare the things they had to moderator, was celebrant, and Father Denis B. :McCarthy Holy Communion on Saturday morning, August 26. & Sons
it isn't. really.As. Growers and Shippers

You did not receive this yon know, you and I say.Take these things away from Bishop of Rome ] S _ _ Of Fa.eT Fruit and Vegetables
Faith to bury it in your own have a tremendous responsibility here and share them with S D\NKEE BRAND PRODUCTSPEARCES

soul. You did not receive this in this our day to stand others. VATICAN CITY (NC) :
Faith solely and simply for before our fellow men and bean For yourself, stand even
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your own personal enrichment.You t n esses. stronger than you have in the

received it as a gift from When Our Lord gave that past everyone of you' has that Pope Paul VI will take | DINING ROOM INN.
Him Who gives all good gifts, commission to his followers to been a very fine Catholic WhEN IX THE BETTER HOLIDAY'FOOD) IS
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THOMSON & McKINNONIN ence of Father Denis B. MeCensus Planned MemberSt. fiD":

Carthy O.P., (above, left) who WILMINGTON (XC)-Some If and when yon buy, please Charles
ORLANDO SINCE 1924 is national director of the Holy 900 Catholic laymen will con- juj" from a Florida Catholic Parish
Name Societies. duct the largest census in the idvcrtiser.

Member New York Stock Exchange Monsignor Harold F. Jordan, history of the Wilmington dio- ----

t and other principal exchanges spiritual:; moderator, joined cese starting November '24. Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres?
with Daniel dioc-
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( CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2.7 183 esan president, and James J. the future the census! will
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MARYLAND FRIED CHICKENCOMPLETE At the first morning session status Census takers ,will visit
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DINNERS TO CO spiring address to a large delegation ARRIVALS GREETED 1JtrDONUT
Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00 attending the convenThe 1962 diocesan directorytion
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last Saturday. (THE lists 100,400 Catholics. among,
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The Florida I Catholic, Friday, Nov. 1, 1963 8 -. Congress Notes

MaitlandST. JacksonvilleJames : Two units of the Marines

were represented in the color
MARY MAGDALEN Dezmond Waters IIIa ; :
guard from the Naval Air Station -
The Executive Board of St. senior at Belmont Abbey Col. of Jacksonville. The men
Mary Magdalen Catholic Women's
lege, Belmont, North Carolina, were Gy. Sgt. Raymond Es
Guild will meet Tuesday, J'
has been elected to Who's Who trada Gy. Sgt. Francis Parent,
November 5, at 8 o'clock at the 1 1h
S. Sgt. William J. Ludwig, Sgt.
Among Students in American
residence of Mrs. William Tis ;
Major John Dieter and Gy. Sgt.
dale, 1090 Mojave Trail, Mail- Universities and Colleges. The
Wilfred Nelson.
land. son of Mr. and Mrs. James D.
They personally had requested -
Waters Jr., Jacksonville, he is
the honor of carryingthe
majoring in History with a
colors at the Congress.
LOUIS W. PETERSON minor in Philosophy and will

Agents. for be a candidate in ,June for the Mr and Mrs. Edward Dysarz,
B rllng r Bros., Inc.
MmckJVIiller Candle Co.. inc. Bachelor of Arts degree. of Blessed Trinity parish In

P.O. 4103 Carrollton Station Frr Jacksonville, attracted attention -
Sacramental Mine ,\rencyJSew WOMAN'S CLUB k v .. '
Orleans, Louisiana r .w +i w. .a with their son, Edward
Mrs. John Robinson chair-
PURE ALTAR WINESWe Francis, six months, whom
of the literature committee s
man 4 ;t n r they brought to the Mass in a
of the Catholic Woman's p a E t 4s
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Mrs. John Horvath was .4 r ,

Brochures, Restrictions and guest speaker for the meetingof

Price on request the Catholic Women's Clubof da F Now is

Nativity parish, Lake Mary,
on October 21. The meetingwas the time to

held in the church social : F e

hall. Mrs. Horvath who is from renew yoursubscripLion

the speaker's bureau of the Or- ., aj *
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lando Deanery, explained to :

the members the role of their tz; x )
affiliation in relation to the R y

Since 1925 DCCW and the NCCW.
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Ft. Landcrdala gress and introduced a guestof The Archbishop cong]ratulated Father Mortimer Danaher, the Official estimates of the crowd stood at 25,000 at the Solemn Pontifical

I'ompano Beach the meeting, Mrs. Clarence Priests and all who had a hand in the great success of the diocesan Mass alone, not counting those who came for other events of the Con- If you don't receiveit

Braungart who is president of Eucharistic Congress in Ja
St. Margaret Mary's Guild in gathering of persons for a religious purpose in the city's long history.
for the best in... Winter Park.Bradenton.

pest ST.Indian. JEROMESt. Rocks News Notes on CongressDiocesan I Coming FOrt BETTER &RQVES ANK CROPS USE

contro1iervice** Jerome Church of Indian Eucharistic CongressThe
ST. JOSEPH Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite
Rocks will sponsor a day of hours before the Con ing constantly giving replies events
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The revised Sunday Mass -SSi y'
recollection for the women of gress were filled with the bus to questioners: Priests, & Hi-Calcium; time -
Schedule for St. J 0 s e ph's the Novem This column list future benefits -
parish on Monday, iness of parking
finding Sisters, laity, a score of ushers,
Bradenton will be- special meetings and events
ber 4 from' 10:30: a,m. to 4 p.m. places, and greeting old friendson reporters and photographers.Father ef more than local Interest. Advance .
can come effective on Sunday, No- Father P. G. Byrne I.C., from the scene. walked about calmly notice .f regular meetingswill
OrlcM vember Masses will be at 6, will \ b. omitted.Halloween .
Blessed Sacrament: parish, Adrian Dominican Sisters i conferring with Ralph Jusko,
8, 10, 11, and 12. Masses at open the day with Mass. Conferences from St. Jude School, from choir director; Father MichaelV. dance, November -

the 12th Avenue downtown will be held after the Holy Family School, St. Petersburg Gannon, Father Lawrence 2, 9 p.m., Treasure Island .
for tha ake of your horn
will be at 7 and 9.
chapel Mass until noon when a buffet ; and from Holy Name Cunningham, helpful lieuten- auditorium; Holy Fam

luncheon will be served. A School, Gulfport, greeted othersof ants of the Priests' Committeefor ily parish, St. Petersburg.

GREGG'S HOME OF FLOWERS question and answer period their community who are the Congress; greeting stu- AH Soul's Day :Mass: Xo-

will follow, and Father Byrne teachers in Jacksonville as dents from his parish, the Teniber 2, 9 a.m., San Lo

lal eland's Only Downtown Florist will lead the women in the they entered the big stadiumin Bishop Kenny High School renzo Cemetery, St. Augus SCHOOLSSAINT

FLOWERS FOR FUNERALS rosary. There will be time' for Jacksonville. over which he presides. He tine.

318 South Florida Avenue MU 2.8427GAINESVILLE'S meditation and confessions. be- A group of altar boys who seemed to be everywhere. He AH Soul's Day Mass, Xo

tween conferences. Benedictionwill stopped to take pictures of was almost always in sight-a ember 2, 10 a.m., Calvary JOSEPH'S ACADEMYSAINT

close the day. themselves .at the Congresswere black cassock blowing in the Cemetery Pinellas Park : AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

Donations are $1, and further Holy Name parishionersof breeze. Everything went according Bazaar and silver tea, Xo- Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 7-12:
information may be obtainedby Gulfport, William E. Peter- clockwork and the' Academic commercial accredited
to : i ember 2, 2 to 5 p.m., St.John's : and courses Fully
calling Mrs. John Kelliherat sen Tom Fleisher James I&l- mainspring was Father Dan Church Music Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor
Crescent City.
596-4822. lemand, Leo Mediavilla :'and, further particulars address: Sister Directress
-.l'. *.. aher.He Novena, St. :Mary: Magdalen
Pt ,Bogsi lga high school:=. tjoy, was probably In the stadium
Crescent -/ parish, :Maitland: Xovember
City :William Lusby $% when Mr. and Mrs. Harry

JUST TWO BLOCKS FROMST. ST. JOHN The mercury began ffto climb* Johnson found a seat near the 3-11. ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES .
to the 87* it reache'd in' Rummage sale, November
PATRICK'S PARISH AND SCHOOLHUGH St. John parish will sponsora finally altar. 'They ,came early-to geta Resident and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully
,the breeze-swept, sunny day. seat.they,were in the park at 4.9, 154 Volusia Avenue, Day-
bazaar and silver tea on No- accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general i
tona BeachIother's:: Club of
EDWARDS INC. vember 2 from 2 to 5:30: p.m. By 10 am, was *** 8 a.m. Many more. had the Father School courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy
Lopez High
W The, event will be held in' the warm up: \ same idea. Some people even Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa, Florida.
N. E. 16th Ave. & 15th: Street Church Hall located on I Highway '.' By; the. :end. of ,the, '.day,: brought ''theIr own folding sponsor.

17. ?hundreds of foreheads'and chairs. Most of those who Show and talent festival,

noses and 'cheeks. of'r sung could not be seated found a November 7, 1:30' p.m. CYO. ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident

and old would be pink with. place to .stand and kneel com center, Venice Epiphany
and day school for girls, on chores' of beautiful
the glow of 'a fresh sunburn.. fortably near the infield.As Guild, sponsor. Lake Woith. Grades one to tuehe. Fully accredited. New

Getting an early start in the the time for the sacred Women's day of recollection buildings. All spoils, music, art dramatics. Directed by

Florida sun that day were the ceremonies neared, the crowds November 4, 10:30 a.m. Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog addicts; Registrar
girls from St. Paul's High became a throng. Traffic, at to 4 ]).m., St. Jerome Church,

VACATION IN DECEMBER, 1956. HE NEVER LEFT.Now School St. Petersburg, whose one point prior to Mass, was Indian Rocks.

places in the stadium put themin backed up, all the way across Card November 8,
be vacations in Duluth because he still has relatives there. But his roots are here...roots party, SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN
full sun from the bei nning. the Mathews bridge, into
that include sunshine and surf and an easy,relaxed way of life. Roots that go even deeper.like Holiday Inn, DeLand, St. BEACH
modest in business that Forty,girls in the choir accompanied Arlington.The Patrick Woman's Club,
a start a venture gave George an opportunity to grow places with Honda spon Resident and Any school for girls-grades one through lr. Ritenilre
in the midst of one of America's fastest-growing economies! Sister Rita Joan ,SF., pilgrims, determined to sor. Tickets $1 for adults, 50 grounds In a hilly and picturesque region. Large swimming pool.
choir director and Sister get to their Congress, came and Tennis court Other sport facilities. Mule, art, dancing and dramatics.
How about you? Have you considered Florida's healthful climate, its rich variety of expanding cents for students. Conducted by the Sinter of Saint Joseph. For farther Information
consumer markets for your future? Why not take a long Florida vacation...laY a lifetime? ; Jeanne Anne O.SF. of ,the came. The cars were parked, Card party Good Shepherd apply to: Sitter Directress Saint Joseph Academy, Jensen Beach

r"fLIII. high school faculty, from:The as they came. And when Mass parish social hall, Or-

1 1 'I.fl'; ,LICIT c.pal' Sun Coast.to the Gateway y. was over, most of the pilgrims
lando, November 8, 8 p.m.
AIfII/1M BVHO now/04 @ ,time on their chartered buses lunch and returned for the holy Spaghetti dinner, Xovem- HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN
:ber 14, 4-7 p.m., St. John's
/ going to Jacksonville,. singing hours. ANTONIO
cafeteria, St. PetersburgBeach.
songs. Good limbering 'up, so Many families packed
k Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters
to say, for the day's. work lunches. Some of the :young-
Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through
Fall dance November 16,
ahead-hymns to honor the sters who came with friends: ,
Fern Creek Armory, Orlando, twelve Academic and commercial courses and private
Eucharistic Lord. brought lunches, just as they
St. Andrew Guild, Sponsor. classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with
In all of the bustle of ,the might on a school day.
fi < i'&, private lake in a healthful location provides
availed "Frontierland. November
morning, the:man1. ..' upon whose Many, many more
shoulders rested so much re- themselves of the food that was 16, 10 a.m4 talent contest, 4 all spoits.

-.. sponsibility--!!gather Mortimer available at the concession, p.m.; ham dinner, 4:307 p.m.; FULLY ACCREDITEDFor

rr. Danaher the executive secre under the grandstand.A Western dance, 8 p.m. Ascension further information address
i ; tary-had time 'to pause;and white-robed Sister of parish, Eau Gallie.

greet little ones like Pam-:\Iex- Mercy from Ireland, Sister Fall deanery rally West

ander, wearing her Iitle'green Mary of the Sacred Heart, was Coast, St. Jude Church, St.

beanie and school uniform one of the faculty with a long Petersburg, November 11,

from St. Margaret Mary parish band of neatly uniformed children 12.30 p.m. Mass. MEN !

Winter ParkTFather :' : '. at Mass. They came from Turkey dinner, November

Danaher should havea one of the youngest schools in 17, American Legion ball
't'4 story written about him, the Diocese, St. Joseph's in Port Orange, Epiphany Cath- IS THIS WHAT YOU

himself. His mind was work- Palm Bay olic WomanN Club, sponsor.


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Twelve The Florida Catholic, Friday, Nov. 1, 1963

e Hither and ThitherContinued e i iE d.A

w 1P + d
M x ade
( from Face One) surpasses the others. I would At the extreme ends, red and '

eight genial Tony Mallen of not be surprised if there wouldbe blue panels were draped. j

Immaculate Conception parish. 27,000 or better before the Abbot Marion O.S.B. of St.

He has probably ushered as ..Leo.Abbeyattendedthe Con
day is over, who make their

long as any man in Jacksonville ): way to the altar of Christ the gress.
Officers for the Mass were
and he the
expressed con- King on this feast of His.1Mr.
Archbishop Hurley, celebrant; o ...
viction that this was one of
Tassone is former mem-
a :Monsignor John P. :McNultyV.G.
the biggest crowds he had ever ber of the Catholic Laymen's .
assistant priest; Father : :4L
helped to handle. Association in Georgia, has Michael Kelly and Father JohnJ. : :

He was very happy with held offices in the Diocesan Lenihan, honorary deacons;
the day's success. Everyone Father John McCall, deacon; 4 '
Union of Holy Name Societies \
cooperated with the ushers, and Father James Heslin, sub-
here and ticket chairmanfor
he said. And he had special deacon.

praise for Head Usher Bill the weekend's conventionof. Assisting Monsignor Mullallyat r 4 CM ,h Y- ..111dlsy r,

Daly of San Jose and his as Holy Name men. Benediction were Father

sistant, Al Torrans of St. Norman Devine Sr. and Frank Mouch; deacon; FatherW. :

Paul parish, Jacksonville. Dennis Kelemen, both of St. Thomas Larkin, subdeacon; : ,

From 8 a.m. Mass offered in Patrick parish in Jackson- and Father T. Leo Danaher,

the special Blessed Sacrament ville, were truly impressed deacon of exposition. e S wx; F. Mfr
chapel until 4 p.m., a guard of with the fine organization of Father Irvine Nugent, chan- w -% ..

honor for the Holy Eucharistwas the Congress. cellor, was at the Congress. s -rw

kept by Assumption parish :Mr. Kelemen had attendedthe Deans of deaneries present

ushers. Congress in Orlando, and included Monsignor C. I*
Leo Bowles, who knows well expressed the feeling that the Elslander of Sarasota and r tI' a \ r 4NU N

the people of Jacksonville's Jacksonville event was larger, Monsignor John J. Mnlllns of a w .

parishes, said that the home highly organized and offered St. Petersburg. P '1i.
town turnout was excellent.He .
much better seating.
Among the other Monsignors
thought the Con-
frankly Mr. Devine noted that by 9
present were GeorgeW.
gress was a beautiful demon i.. aa .r
a.m., over half of the congrega- Cummings, Monsignor Pat- '
tion was seated for the cere- rick J. Trainor, MonsignorJohn
Later, Mr. Bowles heard that
that to begin two +t;
the mony was F. Scully, Monsignor a t
the televised report from
hours later. A lot of people Harold F. Jordan and Monsi--
Congress vas marvelous" in went to earlier Masses in Jack-
gnor John P. Burns. ;
the best possible cover- 4
sonville, he said, and came in Hundreds of families were : I
the event.
age of later to take part in the holy nK. v r t,, d
represented Congress,
He expressed the notion that
hours and the closing Benedic- 1 P,
probably had been at the backof coming by car and by bus A d xgg

many a mind in Jacksonville tion.The loads doctors, lawyers, bus- = .
in the days before the various schools which iness men and their wives and 1rA "" -
took part in the massed choirof children. WORSHIPPERS FAN OUT ACROSS BASEBALL DIAMOND, JAM STADIUM FOR 11IASSevents I
Congress, saying, "you know, had reserved __......"'''''''''__...,, '''. ,. ,,,,,..'" 'T. 'M ,
when you realize the magnitude 5000 voices special : ; ; !
sections. (
of the solemn occasion ",, !
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get a little anx- The choirs filed in, accom- Masses Are .<: ; ,.
you plan you : : : "t
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ious that perhaps it will not panied by their Sisters. For : .,,:.::" ,4'1 > .; ;: : ::1t. : ;

be as well attended as it should, example, in, Section 1, Assump- Planned OnNovember > : > : { )
and so on." tion School of Jacksonville was k .atifiit.; 1 to'r"> t zh .".;i I'"
represented by many students, :; '
But the actual daygloriousIn 2 .. .
and with them stood Sister "'' ; ;
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terms of weather after :
Laura Marie O.P. and Sister ,,,, > d. ;.' : ,," .
of a few days ,
scare Maria Teresa O.P. Other com- o nth e feast of All Souls, > : "i"hh .

before dawned beautifully; munities of Sisters were rep- November 2, special Masses ,> .
well be- +
and it was apparent .
resented with their choirs will be offered in St. Augus- a
fore Mass began that all those .a'r
throughout the stands.In tine and St. Petersburg.
expected to attend had, indeed,
the absence of Monsignor Monsignor John P. Burns 1
made the effort and were there
Patrick E. Nolan, dean of will celebrate Mass at 9 a.m.
all Florida to pour
from over
North Florida Priests, Mon- at San Lorenzo Cemetery. This
out a warm personal tributeto
signor William J. Mullally V.F. annual Mass commemoratesthe
Christ the King. gave Benediction of the Most faithful departed of Cathe- w <
Mr. Bowles commented on Blessed Sacrament. dral parish as well as the Bish -

the holy hour sermons, sayIng The setting for the Congresswas ops and Priests of the Diocese ;

how well received they an artistic triumph. The who are buried in St. Augus 4 COMING TO '

were, all the way through. tine's Catholic r.: CONGRESS MASS NURSES AT BIASS IBENEDICTION
handsome red and gold that cemetery. --.-..".,...- .... ,
Frank J. Tassone, from St. dominated the cathedralsizedaltar Pinellas County Catholics _
Paul parish in Jacksonville erected for the occasionwas will gather at Calvary Cemetery N.

Beach, told The Florida Cath- set off against the beau- In St. Petersburg for .r

olic reporter that he had ush- tiful blue of the sky. the 10 a.m. Mass to be offered

ered at all three diocesan Extending in a wide circleon All Souls Day by Monsignor _,',- v:<':_ _....':; ...,_"G-
Eucharistic Congresses. Said either side of the altar, and Patrick J. Trainor. CONGRESS,TELEVISED LIVEFather ;

Mr. Tassone: blocking out of view the out School children in both.cities .... 1'0_____ '
Michael:: v. uaiiiiuu department of 'FGA.TV -
"We had more than 23,000 field fence of the park, the will join the parishioners who narrated the live telecast of handled the broadcast.Bob .
at Orlando and at St. 1
persons Congress committee had draped participate in these annual out the diocesan Eucharistic Congress '
Petersburg. This crowd here alternate panels, 20 feet high, door Masses on All Souls Dayat from Jacksonville on Vandergriff of the sta irJt1 M '
today at Jacksonville stadium of white and tion's news department is i '' i
gold, papal colors. both cemeteries. Channel 12. The special pictured _
with Father Gannon., III ( t

A videotape was made and

will be seen in Central and _

'. West Florida November
on Sunday,
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: Channel 8, WFLA-TV, at 10 T AN

,: a.m. that day, to see the Con.

gress telecast; in Orlando,
dial Channel 6 WDBO-TV at'

WAY TO KEEP ABREAST OF 12 noon.Choir. pIt

CATHOLIC NEWS AND VIEWS IS\: ..::.., average at CongressThe Catholic, said I ir _

'. Father Mortimer Danaher, _
: has never heard anythingthat
could compare with the

2 beautiful singing of the

massed choirs at last Sun

day's diocesan Eucharistic -
Congress. :

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