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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 8, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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VATICAN CITY (NC)-"Parents, pastors of souls, and

those who have posts of responsibility related to boys and XXV, No. 2 Orlando, Florida, Friday, November 8, 1963 Ten Cents

I I young men must, according to their possibility, take care .. Monsignor James I. Tucek

.J to lead these persons to the seminary as soon as they -. _'"' -- VATICAN CITY (NC-The opening discussion of November 5 on the schema "On

) show clear signs of an aspiring to or an aptitude for the Bishops and the Government of Dioceses" in the ecumenical council indicated criticismof

I Priesthood," Pope Paul VI said this week in a Latin-I IINfiJL! the Roman Curia. One of the issues was whether or not powers now exercised exclusively -

t language letter entitled "Summi Dei Verbum"-The Word by the Roman Curia should be returned to Bishops of dioceses.All .

,I of the Most High God-which is addressed to the Bishops ; IIIILr speakers at the council's general meeting of November 5 discussed the general

of the Church. He said: acceptability of the schema. All of them said in effect: "The schema is generally acceptable -

"Only In this way will they must be opposed vigorously, but ." The "but" in all except one speech was in reality an arrow that pointed -
be safeguarded from the corruption especially when It affects those directly at the heart of the Curia.
will who are called by Christ to
of the world and
The one exception was the speech made by James Francis Cardinal McIntyre ofuua
they be able to cultivate the continue His work of redemption. 'M T....._ A......."'1"'.. ....1._ :1:1: : __..
I seed of the divine call in the ." ,. ilrLFt. .n.iigcic2>, Will uiu UUL without anxiety and danger."It Father that any of the faculties -
touch the Curia directly.
most suitable place. The Pope suggested as rem _4.r **) Y I upon would introduce a radical which we have been ableto

I "And then it becomes the edies to this attitude the cultivation 4'' x.v ?, : ,'p.4&, ) Instead, he expressedfear change in the structure of the get in the past merely by

\ real task of superiors, of spirit of the spirit of prayer, F over giving juridical Church and could easily develop presenting our request and

ual directors and of teachers; humility, obedience, dedicationand ; powers to national confer- into a genuine threat to awaiting its confirmation by

that Is, It Is for them to disCern sacrifice which parents and : :; ences of Bishops.The the unity of the Church. We return mail should be able to

more accurately the signsof teachers must foster in their : 4r1 other speeches made should heed St. Paul's warningand be granted by the Bishops

being chosen by Christ as children and students from the _____ these points: base our faith not on human themselves."

future ministers and of help- earliest age. ,' tii4 )S ) An open accusation of wisdom, but on the powerof A basic weakness of the

Ing these persons to prepare The Pope's letter declared ,-_______ _ __ 7, tampering with the schema ina God." schema, according to Valerian
themselves worthily for the that all Catholics should "feel manner not in keeping with Archbishop Leo Binz of St. Cardinal Gracias of Bombay,
:
highest mission." united in the work of helping : council regulations. Paul, who is a member of the India, is that it provides no

On November 4, the Holy seminaries of whatever type Insistence that the Curia Commission for Bishops and clear-cut definition of a diocese

Father also spoke at Mass offered they might be." should be made more internationaL the Government of Dioceses, referred and fails to describe

t in St. Peter's by Giuseppe He asked how numbers of to the schema as "an adequately the role of the

!J Cardinal Pizzardo. Besides authentic vocations can arise I[ Insistence that powers unhappy schema." He said that Bishop in his diocese. An Identical -

I : thousands of seminarians, the when modern civilization has should be returned to the in its essence no one objectedto point was made In his

I Holy See had invited the diplomatic "spread among Christian peo- Bishops in all things necessaryfor what the document said, turn by Auxiliary Bishop Nar-

corps, all the Council ple esteem and greediness for the proper government ofa but rather to what it did not ciso Jubany Arnau of Barce-

II Fathers present In Rome, and the things of this world" and diocese. lona, Spain.

.,., thousands of the faithful. has "chilled in many souls the _....>(( .....-..,,- "". ...._-. -- .____ __-- .'-_7 .--.--...---.-- Cardinal McIntyre said: say.On the matter of increased Accusations o f tamperingwith
'''!I" Forty-four Cardinals were appreciation of supernaturaland BISHOPS CONSECRATED BY POPE PAUL VI "Giving clearly defined juridical faculties in dioceses, Archbishop the schema were made by

i''. present. eternal things." status to national episcopal Binz said: Paul Cardinal Richaud of Bor.
I!: The Pope said that the ceremony These obstacles can be over On last Mission Sunday, the Holy Father consecrated 14 Bishops representingthe conferences would not be \Ve are saying to the Holy i deaux, France; Bishop Giuseppe -
t I! "speaks for Itself." He come by creating a "spiritual continents of the world. Some 30,000 persons were at the consecration held in Cardinal Gargitter of Bres-

)' described it as an attempt "to INSPIRE, Page 10 St. Peter's Basilica. :sanone, Italy; Bishop J e an
J jl commemorate worthily" the Red Danger Reviewed Rupp of Monaco and Bishop
Vatican
''I fourth centenary of the beginning Daily Pablo Correa Leon of Cucuta,

i I He laid of he seminaries.had chosen that CoverageUnjustly of Viet Crisis Confirmation Collegiality By Italian EpiscopateROME :Colombia.Achille Cardinal Llenart of

'r Schedule
InPrinciple
day to publish his letter, Accepted Lille, France, said that the
Del Verbum." : (NC-The Cardinals Archbishops and schema should contain
"Summl Xov.' Bishops : a special
18 Lake
Epiphany,
J "Undoubtedly the right Intention In'NffiVC 'volves Church City of Italy have urged the Italian people to reawaken their chapter on the relation

'I the will to consecrate Xov. 19 St. Matthew, Christian conscience and to sharpen their understanding :ships between the Pope and

oneself entirely to the service NeVietnam's 'tvs Service Jacksonville VATICAN CITY (XC)-The of the threat of communism. The episcopate said in a recent 1 the college of Bishops. He was

I of the Lord," is the most characteristic internal situati on, according to "L'Osserva4 Xov. 20-Our lady of the ecumenical council in its fifth message to Italian parish Priests: ]referring, as later speakers In

i sign of a true vocation tore Romano" on November has been given an unfor- Angels, Jacksonville! week accomplished the follow- "We your Bishops see a tremendous danger approaching 1 the morning were to do, to the
I
the Holy Father's letter Xo,'. ing, before recessing on October ]previously decided question of
tunate and unjust "religiousther coloration. :Meanwhile, Fa 21-St. Pius, Jackson- : the weakening of the re-
declares. But beyond this ',the collegiality of Bishops, that
31. religious Astern puts it "in
Patrick O'Connor, NC's correspondent in Saigon, Tille ligious life or rather the loss
there must be proof of holy that the to-
i Is Bishops acting
stated early this week that I Resident Ngo dinh Diem and N'ov. 22 Holy Rotary' Jack. 1. Paved the way for a declaration of the Christian outlook." basic opposition to the rights ,
purposes and of spiritual pro- of the human ," they:i gether share in the power of
sonille stating the Bishops of person
Atheistic communism is the
on the part of such can his brother, Ngo dinh Nhu the Church with the
gress said. ,governing
didates, he said. did not commit suicide. They sonally and by the Vietnam Confirmation in these the world as a body, led by the "gravest and most insidious"menace Pope.

I, "And yet today,".he said, "In were killed after they had hierarchy have served to under- parishes will be administered Pope, have divine right supreme to religion and to the "We feel obliged to say a He said: "If it were made

I the face of deplorable defections surrendered to the military line the necessary distinctionswhich by the Right Reverend power over the whole civil order, the Italian Bishopssaid sincere word, so that nobodycan clear in the text that Bishops
Monsignor William J. Mnl- Church. I
ministers of the are now universally in the October 31 message. accuse the shepherds of
il of some forces that overthrew the -- have and exercise their power
V.F. 2. Voted of the last
hilly Twin approval
-the Bud
recognized! even on souls of. mute when
remaining
sanctuary, which greater severIty Diem without In
government on No- chapter of its document on the Atheistic communism's antl Infringing any way
dhist side .
their word could still be ut-
i In choice and In training vember 1. on the primacy of the Roman
"The Church has in fact appeared liturgy, thus setting the stage tered and-God grantheeded."Here .
have avoided, shepherds the text would be
might Priest Refused pontiff,
The Vatican City paper said in the of all in for final approval within a mat- Council ApprovesArt
t of dioceses will keep in mind eyes it is then: The Italian much more acceptable."
In its Monday edition this her true light of independencefrom ter of weeks of the whole
the severe warning of St. Paulto Permit by Reds Bishops remind you that the
week that "like other membersof political link, mother schema:; which looks toward Music IdealsVATiCAN
any
'Do not hands ,
Timothy: lay his family, Diem was a Cath and teacher of justice and of IJKRL1X (XC)-Communist broad revisions in the public theory of atheistic communismhas Appeal Notes
and do
hastily CITY (XC)
upon anyone : been repeatedly con-
I olic. charity, the protector of the authorities in worship of the Church.
municipal Cra
not be a partner In other men'ssins. Council Fathers have passedthe demned In solemn pontifical
,'I .'" "Opposition to his system of oppressed without any discrimination cow, Poland have refused_ to. 'Approved in principle the final chapter on the document documents. 75th JubileeOf
took note of a government had taken on, in of religious creed or grant a residence permit to a or3inatfon of deacons to sen'eas .
| The Pope on public worship.
the of superficial observers of political opinion." such permanently. "Such theory Is totally ir.
of criticism of eyes Priest assigned to St. Ann's the
"spirit everything Among provisions adopted -
the
Christian
reconcilable with
f and of everyone" which and contrary to the state Pope I'..tul1 sent a message parish there, reports here state. 4. Operated under procedures were: Catholic
Faith. It is in the
opposed prin-
than in the ments of the government itself last Saturday Saigon's revised in a way promising to the
"more past"invades Encouragement of neof
I today The Cracou archdiocese protested
adolescent minds. a religious slant which, at Archbishop who I is in Rome, against the refusal to speed up its activity. mporar-but not abstract -ciples from which it stems, In ST. AUGUSTINE Father
ideas it in the
a certain moment, appeared to saying he i is pl'a'in that Vietnam the supports,
"Even among the youngest the RO\eminent office of wore The action promising a declaration -art forms!' in churches. methods it advocates. It brings Irvine[ Nugent, in a letter dated
the intoleranceof ., involve unjustly Catholicismitself. will "o\erconie in peace on the of rather of this week notified
wt must regret ship. collegiality Establishing beauty, ruin on souls and civil society." 'an Monday
moral bond and the and concord this new and pain. the Bishops regarded the 1 of the forthcoming -
every was as a than costliness, as proper pastors
"Public and The office replied that while The Bishops asserted that
private state- ful trial.
consequent "aspiration for a council turning point. criterion for images, vestmentsand J collection for the Catholic
: ments by the Holy See and by Without mentioning the coup the action of the municipal of. many people follow atheistic
I liberty of action without. general church furnish 1 University of America In Wash
the ficials wa 5 illegal, it would not communism "not knowing Its ,
Father Paul VI
SAYS 10
curbs," the Holy Father said. Holy per- Page j ington, D.C. It will be takenIn
overrule their decision becausethe Chief of Protocol ings.A theory and often in the delu- .
He warned of an attitude warning to the effect that the churches of the Diocese
which lets persons claim "many: Mass All Souls Day Held Priest archdiocese to another had parish named againstthe a VATICAN CITY (XC) too many statues not only. sive "hope of economic advan'an November 17, ht said.

rights but admit to few duties." Monsignor Antonio Mauro has clutter a church but distract tage. The forthcoming year, the

This attitude, he said, consti. At West Coast office's wishes.Authorities been named chief of protocolin from worship.A Therefore, the message said, (diocesan chancery letter old,
tutes a "very grave danger to: Cemetery have also refused the Holy See's state secre- recommendation that "it is necessary to enlighten ,will mark the 75th anniversaryof

the rise and development ol, to allow the Cracow seminary tariat to replace Archbishop churches be so constructed as consciences on the errors of the opening of the University. .
convinced and generous priestly ST. PETERSBURG-"What a beautiful thought here of the Salesian Fathersto Igino Cardinale, who was to promote active congrega. that Ideology, to underscore its .

t vocations."All of the communion of saints! God, the angels and the register Priests or seminarians named apostolic delegate to tional participation.A grave consequences in the The annual collection for the

that seriously menaces!I saints, united with the faithful on earth, cooperate to aid for permanent residence Great Britain. call for solid instruction in order of faith, of civil rights, j Institution will help the uni.

; the sound education of youth i the suffering souls in distress. And all rejoice at the They may register onlyon MonsignorIauro, born at sacred art in the seminaries.The or the common good." versity that has "served the

thought that the pains of purgatory are temporal and not a temporary basis. Gallina in southern Italy June council also passed The Hierarchy warned the i Church In America with great

eternal, but last only until full atonement is made." Only permanent residents ofa 13, 1914, has been with the amendments to the liturgy Italian people that if they lose ,distinction as the center of

Board MeetIn Father Edward J. Mulligan, building are taken into account secretariat since 1938. He has schema's chapter on sacred their Christian outlook "your ;advanced American Catholic

In his sermon at the annual Nulty V.G. and other West when authorities compute been an official in the supreme music. These included among most sacred pledges would be (culture: ," the Chancellor's letter

November All Souls Day :Mass at Calvary Coast Priests attended the the space each person may tribunal of the apostolic signature -other things a recommendationthat betrayed, your spiritual salvation 1 noted.
Cemetery St. Mass bringing altar boys from occupy. That is how a paper since 1956 and has held traditional local music be would be endangered, and Father Nugent said also:
Petersburg, explained -
For DCCW In these words why their parishes to participate. surplus of living space was several posts in the vicariateof adapted to the liturgy, espe- your civil liberty itself wouldbe "In order to continue the
Father William G. Corry of created in the seminary, which Rome. cially in mission regions. threatened." the Church loves the dead as Ocala director of cemeteries led to the requisitioning of on u'___ ......... ._ _..._Au v....... ,.-__,_ .. +""'m.'m.+......_h._. '<'. f f. .M.. .
she loves the living in Christ. a .S f/: .T'S .. ; t S i Its hIghest level ana in oraerthat
'
EAU GALLIE :Mrs. was present for the outdoor part of it for living quartersfor 'f:': : the Diamond Jubilee Year
Joseph Schoebert, president of Christ's resurrection, he program at the cemetery. outsiders. y.. '.: i ; of this great institution may
the St. Augustine Diocesan noted, is the justification of S 5 55 Y
S. observed
p be fittingly we recommend -
Council of Catholic Women, the Church's claim to be a .. i ...
"- ::1 S warmly that no effortbe
plans a fall board meeting of source of grace and holinessand :: : spared by you In encouraging -
DCCW board members in Or- spiritual life to mortal your people to contribute
lando In the middle of Novem men and she thinks of all generously to this collection."
ber. those on earth and the faithful w .-
The mcmbrr are invited departed as following after
to gather at the Cherry Plaza Christ, to share more fully, Area Educators

hotel on November 19 for through a holy death, in His i.
t .t t Plan Workshop.I
dinner victory over death, His resur- p .
together at 7 p.m. The .- "t ZXb t T tty
next day's board meeting rection and ascension.If sX1tP 4.4 | ST. AVGUSTINE-Depart-
Trill be preceded by a Massat we, said Father Mulligan. I I ment of Education notice In
8 a.m. In St. James by our prayers, good works, *' 't" Sssfl I the Diocese of St. Augustinehas
Church. sacrifices. and especially the s. been sent to the various
S
& The board members are expected sacrifice of the Mass come to elementary schools calling for
to be present also for the assistance of the holy soulsin 5, --I Ii III f.f teacher's meetings In three

breakfast and lunch on November purgatory, we facilitate God : areas.I .
20. Mrs. Schoebert asks in- in His desire to deal mercifullywith On the days designated for

dividuals to notify the hotel them and we glorify Him L.I 4 5--I each region, there will be no
registrar directly of reservations in a m 0 s t exquisite way by r "1 classes- In the elementary
for room and to Indicate modelling ourselves on His schools of that area.

how many In a room, and the Divine Son Who took on Him- S.. The teachers will hold alttLv -
meals to be enjoyed with the self to make atonement for the SSS._ S workshops in the followIng
other DCCW board members.All sins of His brethren. 5'% : '5L S places:

bills are asked from Monsignor Patrick J. Trainorwas On November 11, in St. Paul

board members by Mrs. Thad celebrant of the Mass at L '.; I School, Jacksonville, 9 a.m. until -
Siemienski, 526 BuckminsterCircle Calvary Cemetery at 10 a.m. on -- ------- 3 p,m.
Orlando. These shouldbe November 2. AT WEST COAST MASS 4 On November 13, In St. James
rendered to her as diocesan Despite cold and windy Monsignor John P. :McNulty V.G., seated, was among -- School Orlando, 9 a.m. until 3
treasurer by November 16. weather 500 persons came to West Coast Priests and parishioners at the annual All COMMUNION AT CALVARY CEMETERY MASS

Written reports are requested the Mass held annually In Souls Day Mass, St. Petersburg. Father Edward J. Monsignor Patrick J. Trainor celebrant of the All Souls Day Mass at Calvary p.m.On November 15, In Christ

from chairmen. These may memory of the faithful de Mulligan, above, gave the sermon at the Calvary Ceme-'.: Cemetery, is pictured giving Holy Communion to persons who attended the annual the King School, Tampa, 9 Lm.
be turned in at the meeting. parted. Monsignor John P. Mc. tery event. event in St. Petersburg. until 3 p.m.



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SUECRIBENOW
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Winter Garden sarastat'kCMaityrs" .
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ST. PETERSBURG ) f + I IST.
HOLY FAMILY ," ;* 'QiQF! TjjiS ; ReceiQesNewsm.en !

The Holy Family.omen' '..* Th"e'. .e (1jr ': : guild ., ..I' '1 t ijIiIIIItlIIISlIiilIi! 3iIIIllIIlIIlflIIIiIIIIliIID:

h Guild met at the City Auditorium ArcKii*,'l&ffy: ;Queen of Martyrs:

on Sunday, 'October G. pajfish,..announces the! schedulefor PETERSBURG
j Iii The Flower Den 'th ''.mbntb v f November- ; VATICAN CITY (XC-) -The
:vather; Hugh Keane and the
i November 1ST the, Guild Will Catholic press has two functions -
Florist & Gifts
) Cuild officers presented the '
holt! meeting in: ,the parish to inform readers and MUMFORD

") : 1621, I Central St. Petersburg Claimed activities for the com hall at 8:00, p.m.- On"- the program $ ; ; guide their judgment of the KrfrUrratioB Air Conditioning

II I Phone: 862-4722 or 862-7961 I ing year. These activities will for the; evening will bMr ; I t y bti news, Pope Paul VI !said': at a Good Ilent L'trd Tamp Appliance Srrtlce

: .and Mrs::Harry Marshall,, audience for staff members -
be initiated with a Christmas special t?a 9th. St. couth'
"
who will show slides pertalri- : '. of the Turin Catholic I'honrn
bazaar and dinner. The eventis t' "
c .
HEINZEN I ing to 'their European trip. ,. weekly II Nostro Tempo. Day ...-S..1 >;" iSI4t
scheduled for Sunday, Nov ,
ember 17 at the Winter Garden Refreshments will be served ; .. : % W :':f $' 1 Zj Pope Paul told the Catholic
and a social hour will follow that it is not enoughfor
City Auditorium. Mrs. Tena : newsmen Edouard C. Craig
.
B!-itt is general chairman.Mrs. the meE.ting.Sunday -. ; !' Catholic newspapers to and Distributorfor
f SERVICE November 17, a bake : j give the news and offer peoplea Contractor

KKKK PIKL Ik UtLI--IU' Michael Girent, presi. sale will be held in the. parish} picture of events. While this
Still. M. A.: Kill ,\,r. Mi.Phone dent, announced that the Guild hall following all ,j.he Masses. : .z s, should be done he said, it is Vikon Metal, Ceramic
A6'2-tl 1C1l '- 4
Sal' : tiltKKN: sr.VMT-: will continue to have a bake Friday November -will be V., z'/ k4 .4 also necessary to give the newsa and Mosaic Tiles
;
I eth M. &: IKth R98-4I3-1.\'.. ho.Thonr sale on the first Sunday of a Day of Recollection for all ;i qq' c / 4" point of reference, to judgeit 9l7-94th St. So 347-4101

each month. All future meet. \vomei in the parish. Father. to classify it, to see inside it

ings of the Guild will be heldat Lawrence- Cunningham of Orlando and examine it beyond its

the Florida Power Loungein will be the moderator. superficial aspect.

Winter Garden on the ___.___ __ __ ___ _______ ._ _. _
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Tuesday November 26, the Catholics, the Pope said, have
. fourth Monday of the month.
will SISTERS WELCOMED BY ORLANDO PARISH GROUP make superior
PiUL! ladies of the Guild participate the capacity to a

in working for the A. warm welcome was extended to the new Sisters of the parochial school servingSt. judgment and the faith makes

\J & Flowers for Every OccasonTinman's : Bishops' clothing drh'e.Bradenton Andrew parish in Orlando. The tea, given for the Sisters by the St. Andrew Guild, them see things in a moral FLORIST GREENHOUSES

/er: Flowers was attended by Father William G. Neidert C.PP.S., right, and Father Cyril Kennedy and human light. Therefore, SOO\VKVIRK J..kelew FLOWER Ave. :<40.

I Bonded Florist C.PP.S. Others are, from left foreground, Mrs. William Brockman, Guild president; he added, it is necessary to ac- S6..2136

Petersburg II Telegraph Delivery ST. JOSEPHThe Sister Mary Jacqueline, Sister ,Mary Angeline C.PP.S., Sister :Mary Ann Roselle 1 1 custom readers to true Chris ST. I'ETERSIICltGENJOY : :
value of the
The
4645 9th Street. North I 3931 Central Ave. 862-3661 educational committeeof C.PP.S., and Mrs. Joseph J. Mele, tea chairman. tian judgment.
1 I Catholic press, he said is in
the American Cancer Society AUTOMATIC
placing events in a Christian
The New
showed two films of can- Apostles'Migrants

r Euqene Mueller'sCALL cer peculiar to women to the perspective. "Keep-Filled"


.Cameo Dining Room after member the business of St., Joseph meeting Guild on Salve/ Modern Moral/ Issue Jackson's Shoes Phone DELIVERY:

rrllrnt"EDWARD Tuesday evening, October 29.

JAMES HOTEL Dr. Lehman a pathologist at I T was true that the world'W&S getting overcrowded and that several areas already ladies' & Men's Clearwater St. Pete 898-1111 446-8314

0 the :Manatee Veterans Memorial suffered all the hardships of a population explosion. The so-called experts came forth Clinic Miller -
and
rrlrlan! ( linrinul Seafood. Chops|
, ilinnrr Chlrkea Hospital, answered the with their "cure" birth control. To a group of Dutch Catholic farmers, this was unthinkable

t lJrl-rSr.n..i:...l I steak II IIFrOn. nnilltr LEE KKIMAN. Plan many questions.Mrs. and yet they knew they had to do something to escape the pressing popula- Vitality Weyenberg

11750: Gulf HIvd-Treasure Island 36l-K2fil the. Joseph plans for Hinde the reportedon dessert tion problems of their small '."",'.nn.y..&...".0.....' th.......... nut..h...... ....... .fnult.........rt... th......... 641 Central Cushioned Ave.Bellaires 862-1355 OLDEST and LARGEST
country. children of their Brazilian and IN PiNELLAS
card to be held at the
party They realized, in 19-18, that
Indian neighbors to attend the
Kiwanis hall ,
FREE 24-HOUR on Thursday there was only one thing they
1 November 7. The hostess circle schools, providing educations -
could do would have to [
: they TERMITES SWARMING
will be St. Catherine's.Mrs. where} there was no such opportunity
Ambulance Service move somewhere else. before. FOR AX JIONKST HEAL ('AI.L O'N' %I.erm .-
: Leo Ecker 1 general B'
'his community service offers: Trained $ In searching fQr a place to Like most of South America,

t -any t::;,........ 'Utendants. Anywhere Oxygen in'City Equipped. Without'rigation. Ambu- chairman will be held for on the December bazaar which 8 in settle, the Dutch discovered a 1' V Brazil suffered a shortage of 'rrteal1 ite & J esl @onr'dl' l lI

of day cr \ncss much overlooked! fact about Priests so before leaving Hol-

night __ __ the school hall. Mother Cabrini the world: although parts of: it ) land the settlers persuaded the PAUL O. IMIII.I.IPS, I're.Went
Circle will assist Mrs. Ecker in SERVING PIXKLLAS COUNTY OVER 15 Yf, 'uo
C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL were indeed overcrowded there # IIA"l? / Norbertine Fathers and the I .. Trl..h.I .. I-tlti
342-8821 I the overall and run :r6 tl r lrfleld AT* planning
HOME were other parts where the 5' __Jjr..z Holy Sepulchre Sisters to workat
I 801! -59th St. No. ning of the bazaar. Mrs. John
5a1Auto
situation was quite the reverse. "Holambra."
------- Birdsall :
__ was appointed parli- Countries almost as big or ( NarsThw\ The Priests and Sisters extended .
mentarian for the ,
year. biger than the United States I tht'irHorts beyondthe

such as Australia, Brazil and ( project, thus bringingthe
J ... Indian RocksST. .
Canada, were sparsely populated "sacraments to Brazilians

I JEROME and were pleading for _'_ /i4'1I who due to circumstances

I .. r1aL1 The Martha and Mary Guild :settlers. beyond their control, were

of St. Jerome parish will sponsor In Switzerland the Dutch almoxt entirely i ignorant of

L? t a dessert-card party on men conferred with leaders of their Catholic Faith. to a NOON

Thurs'Jay, November 14 at 1:30: the inter-government commit. Inevitably, the Brazilianswere Phon ST. PETERSBURG BEACH

Full-Service 4 p.m. The party will be held in tee for European: migration influenced by the superior 5th Are. ,* Gulf Blvd TRCIT

Commercial Bank Roman Hall.Mrs. (ICEM), a world organizationof The Holanibra Projectwas Dutch farm techniques, 360.5511 Your Account Insured br F.D.I.C. SGBVICB

William Jones and Mrs. free countries created to good but that much of the and the Dutch loaned out their
helps you make the mosf tf your money area had been reclaimed the
help Europeans re-settle in less by
John Daily are co-chairmen for equipment, enabling the Bra
f.gI hank 'f,_*ofHa ,. populated areas. ICEM officials jungle: a great deal of money u-- For Clubs
be
*3O Mor'*_" "*5-7 fnlmf'friendship (! '''' the event. Decorations will, zilians to improve their own .
you can btnk on!' in charge of rg.Vill m told the Dutch that 'in Sao and a lot of hard work wouldbe lands.; Several of the 120 Dutch 0 For Holy Name --

Scott. Donations are SI.23, and Paulo State, Brazil was a rural necessary to put the place families took out Brazilian .

ticKets} may be obtained at' the area of 23,000; cleared acres of into shape. citizenship and all Dutch chil- I- BreakfastFor

I Church or by calling 59 -83n. land which, 50 years ago, had The United Stc'ss delegation dren born at Holambra were : ? Church

I been a flourishing coffee grow to ICEM arranged for a considered Brazilians. Over .',.,

7700 S J*tl rf. Ncrtfe(*H Brooksville ing district. loan to obtain the land, repay the years. there were a numberof Gatherings
"Because of improper farm able in 20 years; a Dutch Dutch-Brazilian marriages.
ST. ANTHONY ,
ing methods, the land went bad farmers union helped the Today, another 700 Dutch Call _
St. Anthony's Mission will *
and the people moved away," emigrants sell their Holland families are being moved to
PARISH PHARMACY GUIDE again have a booth .the; Her- the ICEM representative 'explained farms, thus raising necessary "Holambra" by ICEM, and the
I nando County Fair. One feature -
"hut it should he funds for personal use; Brazil project thereby becomes an Increasingly terDONUT
of the booth this will
year ready for good use by now. Are offered the full facilities of its important fulfillment
a't
SCBIEHQE5Z be a post office which various
"
be you interested? department of argriculture. of the reason it was or Just drop In anytime
wrapped packages may Interested i In d r e d the The settlers called their started. Pasadena Ave., 341-7041 34th St., 898-4343
bought. These packages
Dutch s eiit delegates; to Inspect }project "Holanibra," a coined The world is wide and
valued at $1 or more, come
the land. VOId honoring: flip three most of it-Australia, Canada .
from all over the country. The
They reported that the soil countries which made the South ..\mt'ricafrica-
fair will be held from November -
: J project ibIe Holland, i.. jP'55\
12 to 16. |'os still -par.-.ly populated.The Low Cost
DeLandST. America and Brazil.In solution to the population -

Eau Gallie PfTTER a dozen years they trans explosion, then, is not in Auto

t The children of St. Peter's formed a jungle wasteland into the unnatural prevention of

ASCENSIONOn School were entertained at a one of the agricultural show- new lives but rather in help-

I I Doctor's prescriptionswill Thursday afternoon. October Halloween party on Thursday spots of South America.In ing people to move to the Loans
your 51. the Ascension Cath-
afternoon, October 31, by the many ways the settlers empty places where they can
be tilled at
promptly olic Women's Guild gave its Home and School Committeeof were missionaries. There wereno produce new lives for them- \ j' Available;! *
these pharmacies.
paiish
annual Halloween party for the Rosary-Altar:, Society. schools in the area, so the "ves, the countries, for the ====

the students of Ascension Co-chairmen for the first and Dutch built one eventually! !d.

St. Jude'sDISSTON Ci-tholic; School. second grade groups were Mrs. four-and wiien Ieichildren: oing so Is an act of faith In THE NATIONAL BANKOF

After refreshments were'served Daniel Lascelles and Mrs. William were sufficiently I proficient in the promises: : of God and the ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA

DRUGS in the classrooms' there : Tribble. The third, fourth, Portuguese to l he t tught In that potentials of men. 1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th ,AVENUE. NORTH
was a costume parade around
Fii>t Federal I Shopping, ; Center fifth, sixth seventh and eighth -- -, Member F.D.I.C.
347-4141 Free Delivery the school. The best costumesfor grades were serb ed refreshments GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK

87
Jreen; )Double) classroom were judged) and .
sslI Prescription*
Stamps
were entertained by Mr. and I .. .
-' '-'- ,- .
each winner received a prize. w.k "-
Mrs. Clown, who were por- -

Serving: "Blessed Trinity: Parish" trayed in costume by Mrs. UKINGEISPIIRESTAURANT

MORGAN DRUGS 7DuyaI.RESTAURA.T Richard Calkins and Mrs.

TIMES SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER George Rentz. Chairmen for

22nd, Ave. & 31st. St. So. Phones 867-2114, 867-5523 this group were Mrs. FrankHayes

ST. PETERSBURG. FLORIDA Mrs. Donald Duggerand

S&H GREEN STAMPS FREE CITY-WIDE DELIVERY Mrs. Charles Harris.

'_,4 JacksonvilleBeach SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST
SERVING SACRED HEART PARISH.

OH JS SHELL 0 Golden Fried Boiled
or Shrimp
544-6669 Dl*. tt wat ffront .tk
H& >: tfvl MAXIMO MOORINGS Succulent
k111 4101 17 Si. I- T.ni St 44 AviS ST. PAUL Scallops

8 / "Music USA" will be the Luscious Lobsters

( fV=_-=_ theme of this year's varietyshow
== RUGS which will be presentedby I YOL'K 1-''','ORITISF.IJf) PIATTEK _
7741-49THSTREET.N. PINELLAS SKKVKII: : OCEAN) PHESH
PARK. '
the Parent's
Auxiliary of _
__
,n __ IIl"SHPL"PPIES AM U KOM.S _
... .. .r St. Paul's School on November -
HOLY NAME PARISH JG,and 17 In the school'cafetoriuin. -. Chicken and Steaks

tZLBtue At Famous Johns Pass
; GULFPORT DRUG, "... The show will be a musical- ,
review featuring songs from Chicken a la KinJ Heat oven to hot (400F.)
': the nineties the Flavorful chicken a la king Empty contents of corn muffin -
: Oqrf} / Gjqeucy 1. gay present
1l :" ? with vocal selections, by the tastes even better on a crusty mix package into bowl. 'THE PERFECT

; Your Neqhborhood: Drugqi Self-Service": : -.' Ridgerunners the Southern biscuit Easy-to-make drop biscuits Add egg and milk. Blend only

: Phone 344-0011 I I -- 5009 lakeview ,Avenue Heirs, local parish talent, a are made with corn muffin -until dry Ingredients are thoroughly HOLIDAY Z GIFT"Gift
mix. You just add and moistened.
egg Drop by ,
barbershop quartet and a chil
Gulfport Florida .' dren's Phil Meunier is milk for a golden biscuit with tablespoonfuls onto a greased .4 --I.
group. : Boxes of the Famous
30 MInule Free DzIIvery! Top Value Stamps ,; ------.. Qir Ctor and Miss Lola WallaceIs the c run c h y corn-flavored CToky sheet. Bake in preheated ,

accompanist. Mrs. John 1 goodness that does: the most for oven (400F.) about 13 minutes. 4E: ,;;.. : A-I INDIAN RIVER FRUIT

DOWNTOWN PARISHES O'Neil is the general chairmanfor chicken a la king. While! biscuits are baking. ,-
i GuaranteedFrom
the event. Crmnty H\fmlt tOne prepare chicken a la king. Melt Unconditionally
THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP
JJ-o pkr. (3 cups) flako
butter In '
saucepan. Lightly
muffin mix
corn
'N Ribbon Financingwill Dade 1 fff brown mushrooms and green
City r 1/3 cup milk -: in butter. Blend in FERN( GRILL FRUIT
; help you buy or build your r irfcr. a !. KI.., pepper CO.
PETIRS3IISK FLORIDA ST. RITA \ :\ butter or margaln flour! salt and Add
I/I cup pepper.
_ new horn .t lowest cost. .. ; "The Old Reliable"SINCE
On 4x c&a unii9troAm Kldn -a
The new Mass schedule ,for broth gradually stirring constantly -
TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU Put ), "\'.to work for you. piece*. drained 1919
St. Rita parish 'will become 2 tablespoons chopped green until thickened. Add
534 CENTRAL AVE. 666 SIXTH ST. SOUTH First Federal l Savings: effect've imemdiately. The p.PPr chicken and heat thoroughly.Split Send for brochure Phone 862-8659
1 TEUH1CNE 862.1 i Ml MEDICAL SQUARE 1/2 cup all>purpoa. flour
; : 4163' : And.Loan Association Masses are as follows: Sunday 1/2 teaioon salt biscuits in half hori : 247 CENTRAL AVENUEST.
: TELEPHONE 894.<
,
.. .". Of St. --7, 9, and 11: Holy Days-6:30 Panh p.pp.riI zontally. Spoon on chickena PETERSBURG, FLORIDAU
i PRESCRIPTIONS.CA'' I;ED FOR AND DELIVERED Petersburg /:: i-upn hicken broth
and 8 a.m., 7 p.m. 2 cup cut-up cooked chicken la king. (makes & servings).
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I Your City I The Florida Catholic Friday, Xov. 8, 19G3 Page Three


', I Translation I System to Be

: Only Five Priests a Century Ago

Installed in Council Hall

: Served Vicariate Apostolic HereBy
VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI has given his

Father :Michael\ V. Gannon )c : i! : approval for the installation of a multilingual simultaneous

Mission of Xombre de Dios 1...... I( translation system in the ecumenical council hall in St.

The following digest for the Vicariate of Florida in the year 1863 appeared in the :Metropolitan : : Peter's basilica.The cil Fathers would agree with

Catholic Almanac and Laity's Directory for the United States.. Canada, and the British ; system will enable coun- him.
Provinces: r cil Fathers who find it diffi- Special guards are still on

'"icaI'fateIo..toJic of Florida cult to follow Latin debates to duty in the basilica day and

Comprises! East, Middle and South Florida tune in on them in their na- night to provide full protectionfor

The State of Florida, excepting that part which lies West of the Apalachicola River was j I tive tongues. the council installations
-' ,.. k To begin with six: languages
.so the hours
erected into a Vicariate Apostolic by a Bull of His Holiness bearing_date January 9, 1857. especially during
Vicar o are to be used:: English French when visitors and the general
Apostolic German Italian Spanish and admitted to the
Rt. Rev. Augustin Verot, D.D., consecrated April 25, 1858 Bishop of Danabe in part. i I I Arabic. Richard Cardinal Cush- public are .
"I.L ....w____ council hall.
i.iiurcnes anu "_Irrgy of Boston hinted before
ing ,
St. AugTistine. St.. John's Co., Mandarin Post Office. DuvalCo. Nassau Co. This is a rapidly for home several -weeks
leaving
Attended from Joseph- growing town on account of
Church of St. Augustine.

Rt. Rev. Augustin Verot, D.D. town. the Florida railroad which ago being, that made preparations for some such were arrangement [IMass Guide

Very Rev. Edmund Aubril Josephtown settlement of Mandarin starts from there. A small which he had proposed
Duval Co.. Church of wooden chapel has been
C.P.M. Vic. Gen.. Pastor; to the late Pope John SUNDAY November 10
Rev. John Bernard Aulance, St. Joseph, Rev. John F. R. erected under the patronageof the first council ses 23rd Sunday after Pentecost.

Assistant. Chambon. Address Mandarin St. :Michael in honor ofa __. Ww' _O _n__ .v_ __., "0. .._____ ____.____ during (Mass of Sunday, Gloria,

Jacksonville, Duval Co., Churchof P. o., Fla. missionary of that name EUChARISTIC CONGRESS ON TELEVISIONGirls sion.Tests are being made during Creed, Preface of Trinity.)
Palatka Putnam Co., St. Monlea's who suffered martyrdom in
-
the Immaculate Concep MONDAY, November 11
of Tampa Catholic High School were among the hundreds of youthful hours when ''there are no coun-
tion. Rev. William J. Ham- tacant. Attended from the island nearly 300 years St. Martin, Bishop-Confessor.
voices which combined to make the outstanding choir for the diocesan Eucharistip cil meetings to establish which
ilton. (Called to Georgia by Jacksonville or St. Augustine ;- ago. A large brick church required (:Mass: of feast Gloria 2nd
Congress in Jacksonville. Mass for the Congress, held on the feast of Christ the arrangement i s technicallymost
the last of for the influx of
Sunday peo-
Bishop Verot in 1863 after Prayer of St. Menna, Com
King. was broadcast again last Sunday on television stations in Orlando and Tampa. suitable. The preference
the burning of his Church). every month.Samsonville ple will be erected as soon as appears to be for wireless mon Preface.)

Middleburgh or Black Creek. and Diego. At- means can be procured. At. whereby council Fathers TUESDAY, November 1Z

Duval Co. There Is a small tended occasionally from tended from Old Town. Father Bernard F. Dittman setup can use individual por- Pope St.. Martin I. (Mass ofa

chapel, attended occasionallyfrom Josephtown. F ernandina Old Town Rev. table transistor receivers no Supreme Pontiff, Gloria,
Jacksonville. Fernandina Amelia Island. Emile Hillaire.t. Common Preface.)
might be in
where
matter they
S: John's Bar or Mayport Communion Renews Soul WEDNESDAY November la
.,.r:11_ .... r"'_ ""'-_ ___11 Frequent the:council hall. ,
.uuus uuvcu i.u. me small St. DIdacus. Mass of a Con
Installationwill
that
It is hoped
SCHOOLSSAINT church that has been built desert unless God to to the fail- fessor, Gloria, Common Pre.
I( SACRAMENT of came more power renew be completed by November

there was destroyed by a THE strength and renewal their aid.We ing soul or strengthen it to resist 4 and that by that timea face.)
storm last year. A new one THURSDAY November 14
for the soul was the too have been free from the temptations; of the sufficient number of Priest- ,
will be erected immediately.
JOSEPH'S ACADEMY Attended from St. Augustine. topic of Father Bernard F.Dittman's slavery the slavery of sin by world and the devil than the interpreters and translatorscan St. Josaphat. Masa!! of feast
Body and Blood of Jesus Gloria. Common Preface.)
the and life-restor be trained.
SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA life-giving
Starke Gainesville and New. sermon at the recent -
FRIDAY November 15
Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 7-12 ing sacraments of Baptism and Christ. One American Bishop has ,
Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited mansville near the railroad, diocesan Eucharistic Penance through the Blood of : If we approach the Table of said that Latin is not as universal St.Albert the Great. (:Mass oi

Music Art Dramatics Tennis Swimming are attended occasionallyfrom Congress. Father Dittman, Jesus Christ. But like the the Lord with the knife of discrimination a language as some of a Doctor, Gloria Common
. address Sister Directress Fernandina. who is president of Clear-
For further
particulars : Preface.)
Chosen People, we also are and faith we will the more traditional liturgists
Tallahassee, capital of .Florida water Central Catholic
High faced with the havoc of spiritual cut away all unworthy motives : would like to suggest, and if SATURDAY, November 18
Church of St. Peter. Vacant. School spoke in Jacksonville starvation and thirstunlessGod all merely human respect Cicero were with us today he St. Gertrude. (Mass of a Virgin .

l ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES :Monticello: visited St. :Mark: occasionally and New- as follows: comes to our aid. all hypocrisy; we will would sometimes find it diffi- Gloria, Common Pre
port are
Riderd and day school for girls.! Grades one to twelve. Fully from Tallahassee. the :sight of Almighty God And it to in tttr tidyEucharist sever from our souls all feel- cult to understand what is be- face.) .>
SUNDAY, November IT
accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general Tampa HilIsboro Co. Churchof IN we are all starving from that we find God's ings of anger and hatred and ing said-and quite a few coun- 24th Sunday after Pentecost.

courses music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy St. Louis in honor, of spiritual hunger; our throatsare aid, the food and drink necessary anxiety and with strength (Mass of Sunday, Gloria,

Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa, Florida. Louis Cancer, who suffered parched from spiritual to sustain and soul's strengthenand weakness born of knowledge we will of return our Red China Again Creed, Preface of Trinity.),
renew our supernatural
martyrdom on the coast upwards thirste; are all spiritual
life and freedom.It stronger of soul and more firmin Refused UN Seat
Rev. in the
of 300 years ago. strangers house of God;
ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident all the virtues which Christ
Charles A. Mailley. spiritually we stand naked and is in the Sacrament of NC JACKSONVILLE
NATIONS ( )
and day school for girls, on shores of beautiful Cedar Key, termination of unprotected against the "wiles Holy Communion that this renewal -brings with Him. UNITED -
Lake Worth. Grades to twelve. Fully accredited. New Red China was refused a seat
I one Florida railroad and Manatee of the devil"; we are spirituallysick of life and freedom, The Holy Eucharist is the
All music art dramatics. Directed by in the United Nations by Gen
buildings. sports, ,
visited occasionallyfrom with the deadly and given us by being born againof Sacrament of spiritual strengthand
c Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar, eral Assembly vote of 41 to 57,
ROSARIAX ACADEMY, WEST PALM BEACH Tampa. death-<1ealb1g sickness of sin; water and the Holy Spirit renewal for the soul. with 12 abstentions.

Key West Island St.Iary.:: we are spiritually imprisonedby are received.The Without it, we starve; we According to a 1962 assembly
Star of the Sea. Vacant. the desires of our own human Eucharist is not the thirst ; without it we are
I decision, the question Is con-
SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN Tortugas Island. The United nature.In food and drink of the weak, strangers to God unclothedand sidered an "important one"

BEACH States are building here an the sight of AlmightyGod but of the strong. The spiritually unprotected against the and therefore needed a two-
B..la.., _Del claT ..,h1 for .frl.-grod..o. throach .Ir. E"teDI extensive fort and many weak indeed, suffer the dan- temptations which assail us;
... t\e ran he a virtual thirds majority to pass.
-.d. Ia hubad plet.r.eqa. reglOu. :Large IDunIDe .1.T..I.
without it sick with sin
I the winterare ,
are
Catholics what little we
It eonrt Other aport facilities. Mnsle art. dancing and dramatics.CoBdaetoa during spiritual) wasteland!' unless we ger of having they This is the 14th consecutiveyear CUXAOOXX. a. $L1.
by tho Sisters of Saint Joo.ph. For farther Informatloa engaged on the works. strengthen and liiciea.-se-unless possess taken from them by imprisoned by the weakness of that the Communist STEAKS

: PP'T tot Sliter Dlroctre, Saint Joseph Academy. Jensen Beach Attended from Key West. we renew the life of ( odin him who roams through the our nature.At Chinese have failed either to Foot of BeaTer St. VInd.netEX.

Miami, at the southern extreme our,souls, through the Sacra. world like a raving lion seek- the last judgment, the displace Nationalist China or -.u.

ity of the peninsula. This is ment of the Holy ]. uchari t. ing those whom he might devour. Son of:Man will come in all His to gain..a.separate seat.

1, HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN the post where the few glory. His angels with Him. Albania, later Joined by Cam-
the children
Of old, of Israel
Indians left in Florida can be The spiritually weak are Before that tribunal we must bodia, sponsored the Red Chin- Now is I

ANTONIO visited by the missionary. It wandered for forty years in weak because they neglect to all, some day, appear.If ese item this year. In the past,

Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters is believed that they show a the desert. Slowly, day by day feed their souls with the flesh we have eaten and drunkof it has been pushed either by the time to

Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through preference for the Catholic they their grew more helpless until! in and blood of Christ Jesus. And His Flesh and Blood, frequently India or the Soviet Union; both

twelve Academic and commercial courses and private worship. as they have lately God in physical His mercy hunger sent down the spiritually strong are renewing the spirituallife voted for admission of Red -S renew yoursubscription
classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with rejected the teachings of a strong and made stronger be- of God within us, we can, China this year.
from heaven to
manna rescue
& private lake in a healthful location provides_ opportunity :Methodist preacher. Efforts them from starvation. cause they do. on thai day say to Christ Him- The United States. the Latin fo:
will be made to visit theftsoon
for all sports. The starving thirsting man self: American countries, Europe S
.1 FULLY ACCREDITEDFor from KtV ",t. Today man still wanders is not brought ,back to full I was hungry and You gave (except for Britain and the THE.S
S
further information addressSISTER There are other stations: St. through the desert lands of health by one mouthful of foodor me to eat of Your Own Body; I Scandinavian countries). and : -
REGISTRAR John's Beach Diego. Moccasin earthly life becoming weaker
of water. His healthis African nations remained
one sip was thirsty, and You welcomedme most
Branch, &c., which are and weaker spirituallyunlesshe FLORIDA
renewed only gradually and to Your Banquet Table; I solidly opposed, as did the
attended occasionally. Pel- the Eucharistic
of
partakes in proportion to what is given was sick with sin, and You restored -Philippines and Thailand.A .
icers' Creek Roger's Settlement Manna which is the Bread of CATHOLICIf
him. with last
and strengthened my comparison year'stally
attended from St. Au Life.
In a similar, manner the supernatural health; I was imprisoned by ((42 in favor, 56 against 12

gustine. Without the frequent life of our soul the weakness of my body, and abstentions) shows a slight you 'don't receIve

nourishment of Holy Commu- grows stronger, the more frequently -You, my God visited me.I lessening of support for the

Steps Down nion to quicken us in our new we approach the Banquet live, inde d; n'ow not 1, seating of the Red Chinese- In it now-:You shouldPHARMACY

c_ i '14 CULL I.-\X (XC) Father life to a stronger life in God Table of the Altar. but You Christ live'in me for the United Nations.

____________ Brian J. Egan O.S.B., has relinquished -we can become spiritual skeletons For when we receive Holy ever.
l his post as president barely alive dragging our Communion Christ thinks,

-. Ia of St. Bernard College wasted and wasting souls I speaks, acts; He loves and suffers Marks Centenary EAsr.ERLI N G
!! through the desert of life. ,
: aw here within us; Christ trans- > -

,-! ;- a The acting president of St. The Jewish people were indeed forms us into Himself. With lONDON (XC) The Bri- D KELIABLK. Cosmetic. PRESCRIPTION Clear and Camera' SERVICED Dep.rt......
w
Bernard College is Father Vincent freed from the slavery of Christ within us transformingus tish Broadcasting Company Freo Plekav aad Delivery Z.aaeheom and 8od Ba*
_______ w R Sheppard O.S.B. Father the Pharaohs of Egypt through into Himself we have then marked the lOOth anniversaryof 203* BI.Bdl.KBlvd.. JEv a-87.' a..,...*
Jit Jasnmes Rd. 171-.0& 0 <
Egan, who served as head of Moses; hut another form of the strength to acknowledgeour Father Frederick Faber'sdeath ii.- Q. XASTEKUNG. Owaer-Manarer

the college nearly 10 years, slavery soon wreaked havoc own weaknesses and frail- with a special nation-

'rirTi'I T .. ___ will continue in his priestly among them. Lack of food and ties. wide performance of some of
,, \
duties with the Benedictinesand : scarcity of water threatened to Through the renewing vigorof his best known hymns.

will consult with the col. make a tragic mockery of their the Heavenly Food is our The choir of Brompton Ora-
_ _
------ C
lege's admmistratives office new-won freedom. Yes,. they willing spirit enabled to over- tory sang an all-Faber program

during the period of leadership were free, but free only :to die come the weakness of the which included "Faith of

changeover of thirst and starvation in the flesh. There is nothing that has Our Fathers." Brompton Ora- %

Loyola --......-. i---- -r tory was founded by Father
; -- '
-- Faber iiimself in 1849 four
-" years after he gave up his An-

University glican ministry of eight yearsto

enter the Catholic Church. __
He died September-, 1S63.
f i THE JESUIT UNIVERSITY -
but the BBC marked the centenary -

IN NEW ORLEANS during the second weekof

T October.
DEGREE PROGRAMS INCLUDE:


Accounting,Ad mi nistrative Pra dices,Bi olog ical

Sciences Business Administration Economics S

Chemistry, Dentistry Education (Elementary). ; IrithS

Education (Secondary), English, Languages (Modern)) \ sighS
Languages (Classical], History International q for

Economics Journalism-Public Relations : \ ,
Journalism iwe&'t .
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T- -" -"----- I- ,, -
Laws Management Marketing, Mathematics, k : -
Medical Technology, Music, Music Education Music C -

Therapy Pharmacy Philosophy, Physical Education, i-s----i-'T 7Thfl
Physics, Political Science Psychology Sacred ,

Music, Sociology Speech Television Programming- t r -
Production Television Sales
Television Engineering,
Management. Pre-professional programs are .also
conducted as well as a certificate program for &. I o J Ii
I
women in dental hygiene. Combined degree and : .... 711
combined major programs are also offered. :


0 : .' .' :\ ,;: :<: i t B.foro.or after .10. .__. .r i.e a ...tT .aek ocy-the. U'. 1.Jra a p3.... to dloo he.. Or
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Co-educational ROTC Program '0 ...;..,,v<. ''0"_;.",,..;<..,/'0 0 ;t t' ,, Hamburger Oar bhake Oar French Erie. --. you never bad 'em I. food. Come In today for ia.
$ : :.. ::'' : ;.;." z- tastiest food la town at price_ that please!

Graduate Division Evening Division J44 ;,: if# } look for the golden archesMeDonald's

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FOR CATALOG AND BROCHURE WRITE OR CALL: .<,, ., -;,. ,'--, .' .. ...;., .' .j..J.,"....: .. .- ''0..1'-4-.>.<'.-.'..". 't.
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DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
ALL SAINTS DAY OBSERVED IN JACKSONVILLE :;

Halloween is festive these Jacksonville children learned last week at Trinity ,
Loyola UniversityNew Academy because it is the of All Saints Crowns made in art classes -
eve Day. rep- Jacksonville_ South Pasadena PioeJIa Park Sf.. P ri _
resented the children's patron saints, from left, Carol Ann Bianco, Elizabeth White, Holl> Hill ''TlmRE"SONE NEAB YOl'" 0 J) jf6n Beacl.

Orleans 18, La. UN 6-5471 I Dee Wood Judy Taylor and Margot Wieland; second row, Janet Szlosek, Johnnie iLarRi* Tamp.* It Saracota Winter Jttyeii Orlando. fci cf Clearw.terFind

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I Catholic Frank J. Sheed '.,; ..- We can Help/ the Souls/ in Purgatory I


CorrodentSubscribe : God, Life's \:=Creator, Says OUR knowledge of purga- tween the soul and God. Thisis "lessening the pain" we who

. rather limited. We do not a permanent barrier, as are still upon earth can help

I Man will Rise'; After Death know that it is the place or mortal sin is; but this temporary the souls in purgatory. They
"
! Now < : state where a soul receives its barrier must somehow be cannot help themselves. Their

, ;; I17'HEN you're dead, you're dead. How long will you final furbishing demolished before the soul, time of personal merit endedat

I V V people ,go on kidding yourselves about anotherlife if needed completely purified of self, is death. They only can suffer

I It' purpose of the Catholic press with Catholic literature on a regular ?" ':* in preparationfor fit for union with Him Who with patience, awaiting the

!i.j THE far more complex than that of basis is a necessity rather than a The number of those who'm the objector dismisses soalierhtinelv heaven.The must be our all. blessed moment of heaven's

)1' its secular counterpart. All news- luxury. as "vou Deonle" is enonnous- word As the soul "strains at the thundering dawn.

papers intend to disseminate news The Church today is too well over the "whole"'span of history-and still "place" is leash" to reach God, yet cannot However, God in His good
,I somewhat ambiguous e find Him, it experiences Indescribable ness has given us the privilege
known too discussed fora
and widely
I and, according in their philosophy today. Among Christians, Orthodox Jews, witha of these brothersand
anguish. It burns helping our
,
r influence opinion. The Catholic Catholic to be apathetic or ill- Mohammedans Hindus to nothingof as.*.
,
!t say this word consuming but frustrated desire sisters, in their distress.
P I! has an added objective that is informed. The Catholic who will not ancient Egyptians and Red Indianswe
press -
for God, and this agonyof God gladly will accept our
I/1 bound up with the very purpose of make the effort to keep abreast of find the ,belief that all is not ended means a par- frustration is the very suffering prayers and penances In their

, the Church itself. The Catholic press his Church's activities does a real when the body rots to corruption. "Their ticular position a which purges the soul behalf.

intends not only to establish a viewpoint disservice both to his Church and to delusions" says the objector. It might be in the of the last traces of self. How populous Is purgatory?

,,I that reflects the Revelation of himself. worth his while and ours to wonder how so Father Leo J. Trese There conies the moment No one can know, but purgatory

Christ but to further that Revelationto The :Most Reverend Archbishopasks improbable a delusion became so wide- when the soul, restored to its Is probably not as crowded -

all who come in contact with its every Catholic in the Diocese to spread. For on one point we agree with created universe, whereas a pristine purity, receives the as some persons think. I remember -

efforts. be a reader of "The Florida Catholic." uu.u l1Y-A.-ck 1 u,,,,au..,,1 xxicui__... 1..1 luvjAa,.. o...j.. .very____ UC.3.2.U. 'T"-wny__ disembodied soul is not sub- spiritual vision which theologians that when I was &

The diocesan paper has a unique The editors ask this also. We ask this have all these people clung; so tenaciously to the belief ject to the limitations of ma- call the Light of Glory. child in catechism class, the

role to play in the apostolic efforts of because we are vividly aware of, and that death is not the end? __ terial creation. As far as the Suddenly God bursts upon good Sister said that almost

any diocese. It attempts to give to intensely concerned with, the main- we cannot answer for Hindus ne never saw what has just soul is concerned, purgatory the soul in all His infinite everyone, even saints, will at

voice of tenance and extension of the truth of into would be "any place" where least have a "pass through"
its readers the authoritative or Ancient Egyptians or gone earth or furnace actually beauty and goodness and lova-

the Church through the mouth of its Christ among men. We wish all to Red Indians. But for ourselves. doing either of these the soul cannot see God. bility. The soul possesses God purgatory. I suspect that Sis

authentic teacher, the Bishop. It triesto have the opportunity to grow in religious we can answer. things. He assumes that it did The inability of the soul to and is possessed by Him. The ter's appreciation of God's holiness -

make the individual Catholic aware knowledge. We wish this be- God who made us and all them, assumes that there was see God is the essence of the soul is in heaven. somewhat overshadowedher

of the parish, the diocese, and the cause we are convinced that knowl- things, tells us that we live on no other element in man to suffering of purgatory. Time as we know Ithoursand understanding of His love
Housed in its
alone More than that: God becameman account for them. But it is physical body, days and months is a and mercy.
Church as & whole. The Catholic edge, and knowledge creates a the soul in this life is shielded -
died and again and only an Since the sacrament of Extreme -
rose ; assumption.He measurement of the physical
be informative capacity for care and deeper
newspaper wants to more from the powerful attrac-
in'His rising we have the cer-: must stop pretendingthat universe. A disembodied spiritis Unction removes all the

doctrinal and spiritual.We love.The tainty of our own. he is the plain blunt man tion which God exerts upon outside the limitations of "remains of sin," a person who

are now beginning our annual Catholic Church has a universal "Religion," sniffs the objector using his senses, and we the the human spirit. Released terrestial time. Therefore it has worthily received the Holy
drive for "The Florida mission that demands fulfill- from the body by death, the
subscription "blind faith. Can't you superstitious ones swallowinga seems pointless to ask how Anointing in his last illness

Catholic" with the hope that every ment. This fulfillment will only come trust your own senses? Stop dogma. If it was in fact the soul feels the irresistible pull long purgatory may last for would be In no need of purga-

Catholic in the diocese will from an interested knowledgeableand hand of God's attractiveness. Like a be true also
family swallowing what they body which did the thinkingand any particular soul. tory. This would

read it. We think that this contact loving people. you and look!" the deciding, then he hasa rocket from its launching pad, Even in this world, suffer. of anyone who has gained a
the soul tries to to God with
So we are launched on a dis strong case: but he doesn't go is measured intensity plenary Indulgence Just before
I ing by
all the of its
; Father John J. Castelot cussion. Is it against reason to know that, it Is simply the, power God being.Is rather than by time. One hourof death, or who was able to
believe in survival after death? probability which happens to But, although every make an act of perfect love for
excruciating pain can seem
where soul with the least
this of the discussion appeal to him. no his moments.
At stage God in final
Record Power of we shall not try to establish No one questions-not, he, taint of selflove can see Him like a year. As measured by Nevertheless, love dictates
lit k[ Psalms Prayer who must be the total objectof our worldly time, the sufferingof
is able
more than the objector not we that whatever does our love. One who dies free purgatory may endure for that we take no chances In prematurely -
to see. There are deep philo- the thinking and the decidingis those who
K1I7HEN w. pray, we should ly Intervention on that occasion pslamist asks God to save him but these from grave sin has not rejected but a moment '- a moment canonizing
intimately linked with the
sophical arguments
W always pray with con to their own ruin. by His name, he means by His which, to the suffering soul, have gone before us.
I 1'1 are for later. body that goes to destruction: God.Yet
I fidence. To do otherwise would infinite power, in the face of even unrepented venialsin may seem like an eternity. Many or few, the souls In
The final Is most In. look
Terse He has asked us to : so but is it identical with the
doubts the which his enemies will be unfulfilled for Whether we speak in terms purgatory plead for the charity
be to east on power or penance
telligibie as a prayer for we shall look. He wonders whywe body? Above all does It go to
: and goodness helpless.In sin constitutes a barrier be- of "shortening the time" or of of our remembrance.
:1 mercy, now that the deserved can't see what he sees. destruction with the body?
the second stanza the
of God. Of
'I'I punishment has been Very well, who does he see? Christ Our Lord says it does
I'I
course, our requests meted out: psalmist gives clear expressionto He sees what happens to the not. lie tells us that, for blissor Question BoxThis
should his trust: Behold, God is my
''I I Oh, that out of Sion would body. It goes into the furnaceat woe, there is survival.
helper the Lord sustains!
I 11 be. reasonable; the salvation of Israel! ; my the crematorium perhaps; Needless to say we don't I
( come Desire I IQ.
It Ii not is
: quite life.So or it goes into the earth whereit think that we have answered Kind of Communion
fair to ask God When God restores the well- sure is he of his deliver-
will "rot to flowers and everything we have only
I j to perform being of his people, then shall ance that he can look forwardto be obe-
fruit with Adam and all man shown that what can be seen What exactly is meant teen husband and wife as a Paul requires wives to
miraclesIn Jacob exult and Israel be the sacrifice of thanksgivingwhich
dally glad. kind." happening to a dead body does Commun- type of the union of Christ and dient to their husbands, he Is
I our behalf. !' The psalmists have left us he will offer. And as a Stick to what he has actuallyseen not settle the question. Thereis by a "spiritual His Church. The entire text not the less insistent that the
And should basis of his hope he can pointto ion"?
we heartening examples of husband has a duty to love and
many -namely the destructionof plenty of thinking theorizing reads as follows:
not expect confident prayer. A case in God's merciful interventionin that in which, when he was to be done. Get your man A. A spiritual Communion is "Be subject to one anotherin protect and provide for his
which his behalf in times desire to receive the
favors the
Him to past.
grant us
point is psalm 53. The authoris alive, the man had done a myriad to realize that it is simply his the fear of Christ. Let women wife.
might work to our spiritual de Our Lord Jesus Christ, beset Blessed Eucharist, when actual
quite obviously distressedand observable things occupied -own theorizing that he is set be subject to their husbands In contrast to the pagan concept
triment. But when our requestis by implacable enemies, could reception is not possible. It is
emotionally upset. He is space walked, stood, ting against our confidencethat as to the Lord: becausethe of marriage, which subjected
fair and sensible, we should pray this psalm from the bottom called "spiritual" simply to
being hunted down by unscrupulous sat, slept, woke, ate, drank, Christ's word can be husband is the head of the the wife to her husbandas
with and of His Sacred Heart. And keep it distinct from the actual
pray perseverance enemies who will gestured, spoke, laughed trusted. wife, as Christ Is the head of his slave, the teaching of the

with supreme confidence. stop at nothing to destroy him. even though those enemies apparently But is that the whole man? Is it only by divine revelation reception of the sacrament. the Church Therefore as Church insists that the hus-
After all to a vanquished Him. This devout wish to be
we are praying
And yet be knows from past Certainly, what we see a man then, that we answer our the Church is subject to band is the head of his wife as
Father who is infinitely loving united with Christ, really pre-
be the"Ic.
He turned out to -
experience that God will rescue doing is not the whole of his objector? Have we no theoriz- Christ: so also let the wives be a protecter, a provider, a guide
and infinitely powerful. And him, and he promises to tor and proved to the world activity there are all the unobservable ing of our own to set against sent in the consecrated species, subject to their husbands in and a lover whose love would
that's unbeatable combina- includes act of faith in the
an an
that Cod
offer a sacrifice of thanksgiving definitively was things a$ well, and, his? all things. Husbands, love your not stop at sacrifice, even the
tion infinite love and infinite Real Presence, and act of desire -
: His side His
by resurrection -
really on
for this new favor. they are the more Important Not as to what happens after wives, as Christ also loved the sacrifice of his life.
p wer. from the dead and Ills things, the governing things. death.- Of our own selves we for the Sacrament, and an Church and delivered Himselfup A man should Jove his wifeas
'The folly of ignoring God Is Firsthowever, he prays ultimate act of petition that God would
glorification. There is his thinking, for in. know no more about that than for it." he loves himself since in the
recurrent theme in psalms most fervently: 0 God by your in the soul a
a The individual Christian, deign to produce his
his union of marriage, he and
stance, and deciding.No he does. This description of the nature -
we-. study and compare. name save me, and by your he does in the vic- more intimate union with
sharing as in
"two one
become
eithera wife have
eye has ever seen But without mentioning revelation of Christian marriage
Psalm 52 differs strikingly! might defend my cause. tory of his Saviour by his Christ, the source of all grace. "
thought or a decision, no we can show him whywe by St. Paul, demands of the flesh.
from psalm 13 only In't1; :sixth As we have had occasion to baptism, can look ,with confidence nose smelt it, no hand touchedit are so sure that in living Q. Will you please give me husband that he be Christ- Just as the members of the
verse, which seems to=Se a point out in former articles, aperson's to the conquest of his of Christ, are
f no palate tasted it. Ah, your men there is another element the correct interpretation of like. Church, the Body
retrospective glance at the deliverance name was, for the many enemies, visible and in answer the "ear. the union related to Christ the Head, so
than
objector may at work bodily. the text, "Let the wives be He Is the head of the

of Jerusalem. from Hebrew, not just an identifying visible, and can pray this can hear it: but he is wrong, it And we can ask him to think to their husbands"? by the very manner in which is the wife identified with her
disaster when it was being attacked label. It was, in a very real psalm most realistically using subject bond of love
in the
can hear only the words in 'along'with us as we consider A. This is but a portion of the two species of the human husband
by the Assyrians in 701 and concrete sense, the person this expression: their union.
which the thought was uttered, whether this other element the text taken from St. Paul's race were created, but his which cements
B. C. The implication seems to himself, his character, person. Because from all distress is the head of
you the actions in which the de might not only continue to to the Ephesians ((5,22ff. headship over his wife is one "The husband
Epistle
be that the leaders of the people ality, power. have rescued me and my eyes his wife Christ Is the headof
of as
cision issued: no ear ever exist without the body, but .) in which the Apostle ex modeled on the headship
have forgotten God's time Consequently, when the look down upon my enemies. heard a thought, heard a deci- also go on functioning without plains the relationship be- Christ over the Church. If 'St. the Church."

the body's aid. In all that there

sion.He will have to that, is to talk about.
agree plenty Plenty.
Father Michael V. Gannon Father Matthew J. Connolly I

r1 : Mission of Nombre De Dioschapters .

I Washington Letter Eucharist Helps Resist TemptationFollowing : I


CjReat in Foreign Aid Bill Includes is the sermon the enticement to evil become Internal temptation. arises.

delivered by Father Connolly evil. Every child of Adam suffers -from our natural Inclinationslike

lORlba catholic Birth Control the temptations of one kind or pride and laziness. It may
111StOQY Programs diocesan at a Holy Eucharistic Hour during Con- another. The Saints were also arise from our uncontrolled -

sometimes violently, desires or from bad habits
tempted
,
Chapter 26 them victory In all things." good beach, to which he (Menendrz .. A one-sentence amendment to the foreign aid bill pend- gress on the the recent The Feast Con-of is In the case of St. Francis. and sins of the past. External
Christ King.
THE very next day the Father Lopez wrote: "Thanks ) gave the name of St.. ing in congress has raised numerous problems in a held in Jacksonville Even our Lord Himself allowed temptation arises from the

A voyagers sighted land! to Cod and the prayers of the Augustine" because that; variety of fields. The amendment to the foreign assistance gress and was Father Connolly Himself to be tempted three devil, who even dared tempt

It was Cape Canaveral, the Blessed Virgin, we soon had saint's feast was the day on l act of 1963 would make United States funds available to is from, Resurrection parishin times in the desert by the devil. Jesus himself.

thin finger of land that pro the pleasure of seeing land, which he had first sighted l promote birth control studies and programs in countries that city."THEN There are two principal Also a strong external sourceof

jected out from the center of and found ourselves! actually land. UU""Ullll.m.4..:_:__ aiu._:.3 kinds of temptation, internaland temptation Is the world, with

Florida' east coast.It in Florida .** The date was now September. The raises whether birth control is prac- Jesus said to him: external. SOUL rage 6
proposal problems
was "August 28, St.Augustine's Pedro Menendez recorded: 4. ticed or not.Meanwhile. Satan! Then
DayTote Father "We discovered this land off Menendez proceeded still far. that are moral, practical and to the extent the devil left him. And behold

Soils' de Meras, "on which Cape Canaveral, which is the ther up the coast and reachedthe l political. It raises problems at that artificial birth control Is angels came and ministered to

they sighted the land of Florida latitude of 28 degrees, at the mouth of the River Mal r home and abroad. encouraged. the real and unobJectionable him." S TRANGE BUT TRUE

; all of them kneeling saying entrance to the Bahamas Channel (St. Johns). There he sighted I Artificial birth control is re- solutions are We read that St. Francis of Little.Known Facts for

the Te Deum Laudamus. they and we sailed along the four French warships rein. garded as intrinsically immoralby likely to be neglected. Assisi sometimes threw him- .
omw JMI*cw&*- --
praised Our Lord, all the people coast, seeking that harbor (of forcements for Fort Caroline. Catholics and others in this Politically the program self into ditches of ice and By M. J. MURRAY

repeating their prayers, en- the River May, site of a French Worried that the enemy gives a powerful weapon to snow in order to overcome

treating Our Lord to give outpost Fort Caroline, which force was strong enough tc) country. To them, It Is highly those who would inflame the temptation to impurity. On

Menendez had orders to des- prevent the founding of a j j offensive to have the U.S. fos- colored races against the whiter one occasion, while in his cell, ,. 1 ItIp- ... -

troy) as far as 29 degrees, for Spanish settlement, the Ade. ter such programs as a matter a C e, the underprivileged he was violently attacked by

I such was the report I had that lantado's council of advisors::5 of government policy. countries against the rich not- Impure imaginations. He )hurried -

I the Frenchmen were between urged him to return to th It is not a question of such ably the United States. outside to the garden and

23 and 29 degrees. Caribbean to await the balanceof threw himself into a bed of
persons trying to force their They can picture the program
"Not finding them," Menen his fleet. Menendez, how briars and thorns. He rolled
as a deceptive maneuver,
Cartel : beliefs else as has
te dez continued, "we went on as ever, decided to engage thE. on anyone planned to bring about the around in them until the fire

far as 295 degrees; and havingseen French ships at once. been pointed out to the senate decimation of populations in of concupiscence was extinguished I4-l fIIIIIRI.1L

fires on.the shore on A brief and inconsequentia I foreign relations committee. In colored and countries. In in the blood that iTi3I iIflffl'l 1H

PoblUhM .UFT Friday September 2, I ordered a cap- battle followed. Father Lope:E r: a pluralistic society, they have fact it has already poor been done. streamed from his torn flesh. :vflu: rri flhIL1 1. 1 1t1rrr1&ui.1 '

FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Jna recorded that "notwithstanding ;. a right to be considered. briars
with the
taln I .ashore twenty soolled foreign aid bill At the same time r-'i;
ro.: B.* Stl lAnlea S-34t all the fired l In this Instance it would The _
soldiers to try to get an inter- guns we ai were changed into rose bushes.
JS* Ea..$ C.'a' Prh.Orla. already is having a rough timeas
.'.. n rf
;Subscription In V.S.A. and Canada they might give us knowledgeof their ships." The Spanish, too i", stand for something which is a shown to countless pilgrims I picture cf Ou/9l/a*u-

t(.00 per year; 0 t h .r countries that harbor; and so the captain withdrew with no losses. repulsive to them, because Many oppose it for political, who flock to the Church of the '..-j *net4'd4e')1owxwRaeI1.hhILY.Ip'
.
H.OO.The Florida Catholic 1. a member who went ashore joined Menendez was pleaded! : JIhad e others are, for the most part economic and allied reasons. Portiuncula In Assisi, where .'

ofth Catholic Press Association them and talked to them, and satisfied his military r indifferent to the moral issues For its supporters to burdenit this miracle took place. RCOR&D

and the National Cathollo WelfareC9l1teren'e they told him, by signs, that honor. Involved. with the distrust of those We are not called upon to ( i; UW7UC
News Servic Bopier SM
and 1art In. publishers rpr*!*nta_ tl.e harbor was farther on in a He decided now to retire>', On the practical side, many who will now dislike It for use these extraordinary means Lj4t: :

tlv*. Entered as second class mail higher latitude toward the particularly since as he knew', feel that artificial birth cone purely moral reasons, seems of overcoming temptation used MARKET OftT IN TWC FKVNCH TOWN CFMxy -cefthoc
:Way 1. 1959. at Orlando. Florida E14u5 i 410.D W AN 01.0 O4UQCI4/ g'PA
under the Act of March a, 1179.Father north." the French had five mon trol is not the cure for prob- completely ill advised. by St. Francis. ve/flfl AOO.SFNUS w S "4 'r t"Ag -

Coasting along the shoreline battle-ready warships In tht.t r 1 e m s confronting countries Some of those who peak for However, one powerful i'c ::s : -- ; 7 .s'iFr
AO % 1 ts5 b'
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farther north .the. Adelantadocame river. with rapidly expanding popu the amendment profess to be means at our dl>r- *al for MOW KM KOMtCCftATf TO MAKE KVI4 [ '( #

Ylarat E. Smith upon the harbor of the It was time now to found hi S lations. astonished that It should stir combating the wiles of Satan, A&IJ.&t Foe crr c% PURPOSES.SIYERAC. .I\ / l'7e
ARt Ht USC At tMCC tAU3 tr AUTOMOBILEIn iO .4X'EIT JO74W&sSt4OS
tSxecutiy! Editor River of Dolphins, which had settlement. He turned the bow:s Increased production, dis- up such moral Indignation. is frequent reception of Holy L'I I i

Editors Mark: Miss A. Ilellwlr Jan Qnlan been described by French ot his ships southward to wan 3:l covery of new foods and ma- Perhaps they have heard too> Communion.In -

"...ph A. Racier. navigators. The Indians calledit the newly named harbor of St:. terials, irrigation and emigration much from those who steadily itself temptation Is not ? 'tc.: all.7 nanws ha\V been used by the

Advertising Manager Seloy.It Augustine. offer more solid hopes of promote the cause of artificial: sinful. It might be defined as. PopS, but onlu 5O of them have ban

wan, wrote Father Soils de (Next WffkThe : : -.. improvement, and undoubtedly birth control, and too little i an attraction to commit sin,: in use during tris last ipoo vjears. .//
November 8 1963
Friday
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V Discrimination Suffered in Poland The Florida Catholic, Friday, Nov. 8, 1963 Page Fire



II Bishops Denounce Reds'Anti-Church Moves 4i Absence of Chinese:



Hierarchy Saddens PopeVATICAN
J I BERLIN (NC-Poland's) to express approval for Pope in Red propaganda as being the ficial Vatican publication-arrive -

communist regime is continuing John's ideas. most backward in the world cut by the censor's scis
CITY (NC) L'Osservatore Romano has
its the This situation, they said, and as carrying out a policy F
,r war against
sors.The echoed Pope Paul VI's recent expression of sadness over
p Church despite its claim that created among Poland's Catholics against the aims of the Pope, Bishops said they do not

religious freedom exists in and also among its Bishops the ecumenical council, the question in the least the prin- the absence of Chinese Bishops from the ecumenical council -

1. a hope for changes "in the government and the Polish ciple of taxing the clergy. But and the treatment of the
that country, the Polish try for the virtues of its peo-
attitude of the ruling atheists Church in Red China.
spirit. Attempts, they added, they stated that the arbitraryand
Bishops have in ple and for the greatness of
charged a
toward the ruled believers." are being made to persuade the absurdly high taxes being The Vatican City daily said
its and civilization.
joint message to their It brought about hopes that clergy that the Bishops are levied cannot be paid. They the absence of the Chinese art
The current situation In
Priests. "people would not be fired fanatical and backward and pointed out that the Catholic Hierarchy from the council

According to reports received from their jobs for going to "therefore the most guilty of University of Lublin, owes millions hall "where all countries are China it said is a "grevious

here, the Bishops declared church that the regime would the difficulties which have of zlotys in back taxes. represented, where observers history, painfully present for

that the Red govern- allow pilgrimages and the con arisen Even the seizure of The arrears in taxes of religious Lc:: from non-Catholic religionstake all those-pastors, missionaries.
Priests and la'lr.en-who know
t ment's anti-Church weaponsare struction of churches and personal property m o t o r- seminaries are in the part with deference and

still intact and being buildings for catechetical Instruction cycles automobiles, typewriters hundreds of thousands and ?% % respect, and to which even non- and love China by reason of
5Y lived and worked thereto
used. that children in (gov- watches and sometimeseven even millions of zlotys. DIoc- Christian public opinion has having "

ernment-operated) summer personal underwear -Is esan chancery offices have turned its attention, has a pain- spread the Gospel.
They accused the communists -
'" The said that ali.hou haIL"tious
camps would not be forbiddento similar tax ful meaning that cannot be paper
\; of trying to divide Bishops motivated by (assertions) that arrears. and saddened by
go to Mass that officialsof 'the As result the overlooked."
: Bishops refuse to yield. a they said,
\ from Priests, of closing events In China Pope Paul
the (government office of Rejecting charges that the
minor The message stated that the trucks and typewriters whichare
seminaries and convents, still "begs the government to
placing restrictions worship) would stop harassingthe Bishops cannot "yIeld" any indispensable for everyday Church's missionary programin
new on consider fairly" the conditionof
"1
1 catechetical centers, and work --- China favored "colonial
further without betraying their are seized to cover part
} Catholic
publications and using
that, perhaps, summonses, priestly mission. of the arrears in taxes. BLESSED DOMINIC RELIQUARY subjegation" the daily noted people "whose Catholicity
; taxes in their effort to destroythe does not detract from their
\ blackmail and seizure of per The Bishops added that they Pope Paul VI received a reliquary of Blessed Dominic that the history of the missionaries -

But.Church.the sonal property would come to did not want to reveal to the Barberi. Members of the Passionist Order, to which the in China shows their love for their native land" and

the Bishops declared an end." masses of Polish Catholics all Blessed belongs are shown at the presentation in Rome. great sympathy in that coun that "membership In the
government is moving discreetly "These Church, Instead of weakening
hopes were groundless the
abuses and instances
wrongs
and anonymously In them, strengthens and re-
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the Bishops' message declared of discrimination "so
order to prevent an outbreakof The "militant atheismof as not to cause a wave of Indignation Pope Tells of Concern for World At enforces the relations between

anger among the people.The the ruling circles and officeof and anger toward the 4 citizens and nation, and makes

message was drawn up worship officials they said, representatives of the L them the guarantors of its security.
at Czestochowa and dated govern- Blessed Leonardo's Its
used "the venerable person of ment." They said they were BeatificationVATICAN peace and Its true
28 stated. But
August reports John XXIII and the ideas of progress.
writing a letter to Priests "as *ct ,
it was not distributed to individual the ecumenical council In to people who are mature and 'i, CITY (NC-Blessed Leonardo Murialdo exemplified the Church's con-
Priests until October.
The an attempt to drive a wedge experienced both spirituallyand st cern for the "still unsatisfied and urgent needs of our society," Pope Paul VI declaredat Daytona Beach

Bishops' message began into the unity of the Churchin as citizens." : the beatification ceremony in St. Peter's for the Church's newest Blessed.
by noting that Pope John "
XXJII's humanitarian appeals Poland. The Bishops said those behind Pope Paul, 12 Cardinals, numerous Bishops and 20,000 pilgrims from all over the

for peace and reconciliation Pope John, the Bishops the program of the grad .c world filled a good part of the apse of St. Peter's last Sunday for the concluding ceremonIes -
noted was contrasted with the RANDFUEL
among men persuaded Poland'sRed ual destruction of the Churchact marking the beatification of the 19th century Italian Priest who devoted his life

f leaders to modify their allegedly "reactionary" Polish discreetly and anonymously to the education of working OIL CO.
fanatically hostile attitude Bishops who were portrayed alleging "state secrecy and class youths. who had to support themselvesand taught her working class sons American Brand Heating
the threat of treason to the their families at early how to meet. the demands of
very Oils with Sta.CI.an
,
toward the Holy See and even Present also In the basilica
I Reds DraHSeminarians state." were 450 members of the Pious ages the Pope said theBlessed's modern labor, "which has been CL 2-<<21 I Daytona BeachPRINTING

Manifestations of discrimination efforts should be exalted, but so often artifically
Beach Society of St. Joseph of Turin, '
Daytona which would be too glaring BEATIFIEDFather Italy which was founded by "viewed against the historic permeated by uneasy passions."

It and widely known are Leonard Murialdo, Blessed Leonardo to background of the 19th century He said that instead of introducing
avoided, they stated, because carryon which applies in our century
In Poland Italian founder of the Pious his work. Turin's mayor and these uneasy ee> L.>t. Pre.. & Off_*
:I CL 2.1524 DaytonaWOOD'S combating religion is not pop Society of St. Joseph of the city's standard bearer also since it shows us once ments, the Church showed its Couchman Printing Co.

BERlIN (NC) Poland's ular and brings discredit on more the social charity of the sons how to out their
Turin, beatified November carry
,I was on were given places of honor at J. )la".PT. 0...
communist Poland in the eyes of the Church. task "with love
government has and ability
3 in St.etf'I"s Ba the ceremony. CL 2.4284 131 Magnolia
"i! drafted students at four seminaries world. silica. The new benta died in Referring to Blessed Leon- "With the development of with dignity and awareness of
Fuel Oil Co., Inc. The "Charter of Human modern industry and the con-
into the armed forces, 1900. ardo's work with young boys its value, not only for temporallife
,rl according to reports received Rights" also condemns it, they sequent formation of a work but also for spiritual life

here. The reports said the four added. Thus, the Bishops reported ing and proletarian class the when it is sustained by the Seaside Shell Service
Volunteer Workers
"l were in Warsaw, P 0 z nan, repressive laws are not NeededTo Church did not issue clamorous soul, by faith and prayer and FUEL OIL

Przemysl and Tarnow. enacted, but reprisals are constantly manifestoes (as: did the marx- if it is illuminated and blessedby
1 I 51 lie :>.. .r 14&. llrtndan
If DinKsHkory They added that news of applied. They declared: Aid Church in AmericasBRIDGEPORT ists) to promote a subversive the example of Christ and ISO Ocr M hor. Blvd.

the students'' drafting has! "During recent days the last emancipation of the needy and of him who was Christ's foster OR 7-...* OrmoBd Beach

I Smoked Bar.B-Q been telegraphed by Polish! minor seminaries in Polandfor (NC) -Although the Church in the suffering workers." father the provident custodian
who in the future Instead, the Pope said, the!
boys
Bishops to Stefan Cardinal United States has the humble and great worker,
RIBS-CHICKEN-SHRIMP a great need for dedicated volunteer
) AVyszyn, priniatr of Poland would want to consecrate them Church immediately, in the St. Joseph.' "
workers, a greater need exists today for those work POWDER PUFF
same
Plate Lunch
90c selves to the Priesthood have person of men Mich" a s' Blessed
the Vatican
now at for the
Pope Paul. said| that the
i Opp. Castaway. So. Atlantic r<*um.nic-al oounc-il. been quietly liquidated." ers in Latin America, an official of the National CatholicWelfare Leonardo, extended: "her lovii on BEAUTY SALON
OC"< ion of thfi beatification of
Tale Out-CL 5-2293 (In New York, the Inter- The buildings of those 1. Conference 15 aid
Catholic News Service schools they said, have been nere. aid to the sons of the People."She Permanent. Silver Blending
I Closed Sundays an to us of the still unsatisfied -
in taken over by the government.They Father John J. ConsidineM.M. I Obituary I surrounded them with and Tinting
I Member. Our of LourdesFLORIDA agency specializing news !i and urgent needs of
Lady
.. director of the NCWCLatin understanding, affection education
from Poland, reported that all also said that there is a .
I our society, Helen M. Selieenk, Oil : .4:11.Ie :
but one of the first year students threat that buildings of major America Bureau placed Brother at St. LeoST. and love and she paved "She still exhorts us to giveto So. AtUntir* Ormond Beach
seminaries will be seized. this comparison before the the way for their social pro-
at the seminary In man, and particularly to the 0111>>. CelIU" Il trlMILES
Bridgeport Diocesan Council of LEO-One of the original gress," he added.
Olsztyn were inducted into the Sisters are being deprived of who does manual labor
man
army in October.The work and the means of support Catholic Women at its annual founding brothers of this town. Pope Paul said the Church paramount consideration In the

( agency also said sem- they said adding that convention. He challengedthem Brother Placidus StautnerO.S.B.
of
economic
complex
: ., 79 died on November 3 pattern
I inarians from Warsaw, Wroc only in very few hospitals with the question;
production and social
Church Sets Truth progress.
and was buried in St. Leo
law and Tarnow had been have nuns been allowed to remain "Can we of the United States, Once more she reveals her
and then almost exclusively inspired by the appeal of our Abbey cemetery on Wednesday -
drafted. Its report stated that -
t As Science's Goal heart, full of love and esteem
_
after Requiem Mass at 10
there are no uniform norms inwards for contagious Pope and the agonies of a sister for the working classes once

concerning the induction of diseases or in institutions for Church below the Rio Grande, a.m.lie VATICAN CITY (NC) -The more she the reservesof
opens
seminarians into the armed incurables or for retarded chil bring ourselves to sacrifice our .survived by: his brother.Illother Church does not oppose science her. active charity up for the

forces in Poland. It noted that dren. Others have been deprived great need for the greater need John Stautner O.K.H.of Pope Paul VI said in an address the the human
salvation joy
!. seminarians from the Lodz of work only because of millions in Latin America?" Born the abbey here.17, 1884, In to members of the Pone and Christian formation of UPHOLSTERY SHOP

1 IS FULL seminary and a few others they wore a religious garment.The Father Considine said that August tifical Academy of Sciences, youth-students peasants and
1f Wilmering, Bavaria, Brother 623 Orange Ave.
f OF DANDEE MOMS have not been inducted.Hut message! !stated that in the appeal. by Vatican officials Placidus made his Benedictine but instead obliges the scientistto workers," he concluded.The CL 54736
it said the drafting of all of Poland only five Catholic to United States religious pursue the truth.
profession at Christmas in 1903. beatification ceremoniesbegan ALL WORK GUARANTEED
!'seminarian is "a clear act of schools remain, probably as a societies to send 10 percent The Pope spoke to the scientists in the morning with the
First a butcher and then a
'eliglou8.discrimin, because showcase' for foreign delegation of their members into in French as he received reading of the brief decreeingtitle
baker the he
SUBSCRIBENOW !students of other schools !'>. Latin America by 1970 was! at monastery, them in the Vatican's Consis. of Blessed to Blessed
baked the bread for the monks'table
of higher education are exempt Children who attend catechism an index of the Church's con torial Hall in mid-October. His Leonardo and with PontificalMass |tali.n and American Food
from 1917 to 1956, a
from military service un- classes are under surveillance cern. speech was in response to the
.
period of 39 years. Until a few :: celebrated by Cardinal Open 5 P.M. 'til I II I P.M.
til the end of their "studies." are questioned and A parallel appeal to the laity weeks before his death he address of homage of Monsignor Marella, Archpriest of St.

Furthermore this practice is their names are filed the Bishops seeks persons who can train Georges Lamaitre, president Peter's basilica. Banquet FacilitiesClosed
worked
and
as abbey
contrary to the agreement of noted. They said that when Christian leaders in the Latin barber. carpenter of the academy."The .

April, 1950, in which the gov- children go to summer camps American nations, the NCWC religion we have the Mondays
His earliest labors from 1904
ernment assured the Polish they cannot go to Sunday Mass official said. He pointed to the fortune to profess," said the Welcome Travelers SAN REMO
until
1917 including helping to
THE episcopate that seminarians because "the tutors have Instructions specialized Catholic organizations Pope, "is in fact the supreme Furniture
make blocks for the original
would not be Inducted into the which categorically of men and women in the science of life. It is the beet Porch and Patio; Specialties RESTAURANT

army," the report emphasized. forbid this and command that United States as the best storage monastery batteries; taking that care suppliedthe of the and highest teacher wherever Rattan Wrought Iron 1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL

they be closely watched so as sources of recruits. there is life."Religion Aluminum

Furniture Books to prevent them from going to Listing the volunteers most livestock electricity which; growing he helpedto fodderfor may seem to be Highway I Ormond Beach 2-1357

Greeting Cards church. The returning children needed now, he named class absent yet it not only allows
kill, butcher, cook and
I INTERIORSDRAPEHIKSHLIITOVKKH complain of the captivity in room teachers, educational serveat but orders scientists to obey
LLOYD COX table; and washing and dry "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS SINCE 1881"
) : the summer camps. The peo- counsellors, workers among dishes. nothing but the laws of truth -

Qualified Decorator Service Office SuppliesCL ple, the Bishops said, call these university students, techniciansin ing It reminds the scientist at
Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons
1114 KIVEKSIDK 2-3473 camps "summer children's} con the press, radio, movie and Centenarian Dies every step that thought is an

CL 3-9074 Holly Hill I 118 North Beach Street centration camps." TV fields, English language John Joseph Sullivan, 100, instrument for the conquest of Registered JewelersCL

The message complained that teachers catechetical :specialists died during the week and was truth and must be utilized with 2-2552 American Gem Society 122 N. Beach St.

Catholics have no access to the charities workers, doctors, buried Wednesday in Washington such respect for its own laws

radio television film or the- nurses and social workers. D.C. The Requiem Mass that it will always have reference -

ater. The Bishops noted that "Technicians are wanted for was offered on November 6 at to a responsibility that Floyd J. Tr way's

Cunningham Oil Co. the limitations placed on the rural community betterment, Blessed Sacrament Church engages it and transcends it,"

Catholic press are perhaps to direct the raising of the economic there.A Pope Paul said. Daytona Moving & Storage Co. Ai

CL 3-7622 DAYTONA BEACH most eloquently illustrated by level in background nephew of the deceased! During the audience, Pope Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC. .

the fact that "a parish in a regions, for organizing cooperatives wan the late Father John Paul awarded a gold medal to DAYTO.VA DE I .\XD

small town of southern Poland and community small industries O'SulHvHii once a pastor of 8t..Jo..ph Danish physicist Agage Bohr 110 So. Campbell-CL 3-16.16( 500 So. Bird*-HE 4-5587

on ordering 120() copies of the for training worker Church in Winter and in doing so urged that the

QUICK-WASH Przewodnik Katolicki, receives leaders in both rural and urban Haven. award be understood as "an

5 Minute Automatic Car Wash five copies." areas," Father Considine de The centenarian who came appeal to all those who are in Retail Sales L

Not one sentence may be clared. to America from his native a position of responsibilitythat DAYTONA

Wash only $1.50..4 Washes $5.00 .printed without censorship, Answering affirmatively the County Cork in Ireland 79 they will not turn science, Discount Prices ::'

Professional Waxing & Polishing they id.Pastoral. question of whether such volunteers -years ago, formerly resided in or better, its numerous prac-

2 Blocks from the Ocean at 530 BroadwayBOYETTE letters have almostno can be found, Father St. Petersburg and in Winter tical applications, and partic- FURNITURE : ,

chance of being printed. Considine said "The field of Haven after he retired as a ularly nuclear science and all "

The Acts of the Holy See-of. Catholic apostolic service in the restaurateur. For the past two its terrible uses into a danger,

-:- --- <: United States possesses human years, he had resided in Villa a nightmare, a means of destroying Large Selection SHOWROOMS

I .. ..., Awning & Venetian Blind Co. Reports Unfounded resources that represent the :Maria a home for the aged in human life." Quality Furniture

.to 5 yr. Bonded Guarantee VATICAN CITV (XC) cream of Catholic manhood Miami. Robert L. White, Pres.

TWIHTEaVENEIIANS.CL 2-6034 Vatican sources have called and womanhood in selfless Survivors include four sons; Municipal Airport Off Hwy. 92

::i "'," 112 Madison, Avenue "unfounded" recent reports in dedication." Daniel P. Miami; John F., Now is Showrooms Opposite Terminal Building

I the secular press that nego- Houston; D. Joseph, Perryville,

tiations to free Jozsef Cardinal Nuncio Mourned Maryland; and Leo, of Washington the time to

Mindszenty, primate of Hungary VATICAN CITY (XC) ; and Notre Dame de VISIT STEAK N SHAKEIN

TV SICK are being worked out suc Archbishop Salvatore Siino Naraur Sister Mary Borgia of renew yoursubcription ORLANDO IN DAYTONA

cessfully.The apostolic nun io to the Philippines Hamilton Ohio. 1920 S. Orange BEACH

Call CL 5-1411 reports, which were also; who died suddenly here Mr. Sullivan i is also mournedby to: Blossom Trq1 I 110 S. Ocean Av',.

attributed to Vatican sources, Last October 8, Just three days a sister. :Mrs. Agnes En- THE 2820 E. Colonial f,. 945 VolusJa Ave.

Fast Dependable said that the 7l-y arold prelatehas after hi* 9th birthlla)., will be right, &9. Washington! ; and IN WINTER PARK .

Qukk200 agreed to leave Hungary. remembered in month' mind 25 grand-awl great-grandchil FLORIDACATHOLIC III I S. OrUndo Ave. .. CHILI
Serving-Port Orange. So. in the dren Adrian -Iff Q.auln.- Pr..b
He is now U.S. Legation Masses. including two Steakburger 1'Vhol.

I Ormond. Daytona in Budapest where he took Born in Capaci Italy, Octo- Dominicans Sister Patrick .-. round Steak Dally Own From Kitchen.You'll Our.
asylum) after abortive Ellen in Nassau! and Sister 11 rill.nl Served OnT
Authorized Factory TV an revoltthere l her 5, 1904, heas onlalned in : "a.trd Hun IJk It."IT'S .
was put tlown by Russian 193O. consecrated a Bishop in Ellen Daniel in Adrian; and If you don't receive MEAL"SERVING
330 No. Ridgewood I tanks and troops in November, 1953, and named apostolic Michael Sullivan, St. Mary if now -You should A
: FLORIDA ILLINOIS MISSOURI INDIANAII ,
1956. nuncio to the Philippines. Seminary in Baltimore.





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Page Six The Florida Catholic Friday Nov. 8. 1963 -
: Fathers May Set DateIn


! Further Sessions Seen Necessary .bo JL

...
g2"La Calendar for Easter

i SomeCouncilMembersSaidWanfing1 I ,, '. a.r ir-

NCWC News Sen.iceThe

k ; % Fathers of the Second Vatican Council have openeda
\ 17 Major Proposals Reduced to Four Ji
subject of interest to men everywhere, the reckoning of

of time.
the
\-1 By Father Placid Jordan OJ5.B. passage Initiative-" for establishing a
..
'ROME (NO)-Some Fathers of Vatican Council II would like to see the 17 major By votes of over 2000 to less perpetual) civil (calendar pro.

documents of the council reduced to just four. In their view, the existing draft pro- -' -.. than 10 the Fathers in council vided thn.tk of *e.enda's

have made these recommendations with its is safe-
Sunday
, posals, or schemata, should be telescoped to these: on the liturgy which is virtually
: guarded and provided the
::1? completed; ecumenism. ; the presence of the Church in the modern world; and on the ,,: "The council considers the regular Micces.sion.' :" of weeks

nature of the Church.The tional sessions of the councilcan rated into the schema on the f :: (. wish expressed by many for a remains intact-unless most

: schema on the nature of now be viewed as a certainty Church- --and remaining chapters ;i i. fixed Sunday Easter and for a serious reasons! would, in the

thea Church-"De Ecclesia"is according to competentsources already deal with the lay "' .""'.' permanent calendar, to be of judgment of the Holy See,

the major topic thus far discussed here. apostolate<<; and the status ,of 'religious t" ";; no small moment and hence, persuade otherwise."
during the council'ssecond order&-the ; i; after paying due heed to the-
The delay in adoption of the adoption of These positions were takenin
session.
second chapter of the liturgy the whole "De Ecclesia" .. 'p.< consequences that may followfrom the form of amendments to
Reduction to a total of four
declares
schema be delayed until < such a new calendar. of the
schema has proved right those may the fifth chapter coun
schemata would be a drastic f.
who had warned of the possi- the next session.It : cil's schema on the liturgy.
revision of the agenda con- j "The council is not opposedto
bility of surprises. This also is MOW thought here that -- Their action is related to a
the council Fathers
frpnting INTERESTED fixing Easter on a determined -
EST PLANS FOR
to the draft project on the next section! will take QUADRICENTENNIAL LII: annual
applies fixed date
for
prior to the opening 0 f the the nature of the Church. place in the spring of 1961. ._........"......... .u.__..........._. r.-so._ _n_.__. sa n ....,. ....:,.... ..$............._-u.n H _. "' .1..._ .,........_- .....:.... ..........P. ...._-H......nX _-. .... ...... .,....... Sunday in the Gregorian for desire Easter a and for a simplified
council a year ago. The 10 preparatory this is
calendar provided
Priest who is urn-k
commissions and two Its discussion!' according to If present plans materialize, Spanish! ques i is the president: of the t"wtun. executive lirector of permanent calendar.It .
: to all others who are
lug in the Dioce.se) of St. agreeable
r preparatory secretariats had these! sources, will no doubt the draft proposal on ecumen- -\u u'othu'! welcomed the 1 Friends of Castles:. in Spain tile St. .\\niiMiiie; Historical concerned with the problem immediately calls up the

; sent to the Bishops of the take up at least the balanceof ism, which is of great impor- Marques le SaLt from Spain a national organization there ltesttrat i Ion |ixtKrani, especially the Christian breth- fact that an earlier group of

119 booklets detailing 67 the current session, which tance for the Church's relations council Fathers-meeting at
world when he recently visited! the concerned with the preservation brought' the 3lai-ques: to the ren separated from communion
ends on 'December 4. with other faiths, will be next Nicaea in the 325-set the
separate projects. JIi"o:" .'>lon of Xomhre de Dios. of historic! castles He 3lixsiun! to visit the !spotuhere with the Holy See. year
Vhether or not the present However, since other draft on the council's_ agenda. It will present method of determiningthe
is
fouiuJed theOldest "Similarly the council
EarleV.. NeWtOn, left ar- was interested! in the forth :Menendez ,

17.projects are reduced to four, proposals, notably the mario- be taken up during the present ranged for the visitor. to..come coming quadricentennial in'L.UL.r' : City. not opposed! to the various date for the observance of

at. least one if not two addi- logical one, may be incorpo- session only if sufficient time Easter.It .

remains after the debate on also directs attention to

Alingtolf Vemoria/ehape/? the nature of the. Church.It Soul Wards Off Temptation with Communion Pope Gregory XIII who gave

appears likely that the his name to the Gregorian Cal

AMBULANCE SERVICE controversial schema on Rev- (.Contiiiue-I from I'age Kour) Council of Trent has this to death of Our Saviour and since Saint Francis de Sales expresses endar now in use in most of

ST. PETERSBURG 4825-9th Ave. Xo. Ph. 343-0123 elation will not come up again its false standards and tinsel say: the Blessed Sacrament of the that idea in these the world.Bishop.

CLEARWATER.LARGO AND GULF BEACHES for consideration since it is '
mystical words "What shall
attractions with its bad company "In the sacred mysteriesthere altar is the renewalof : reply condemned -
U 90.-Alt. 19 Ph. 391.0111 584-7611 felt that the issues at stake Recovers
the death of Jesus Christ, Christians be able to
had: example shows and is a force which keeps us
under this heading require behold His make to the reproaches of the SAGIXAW. (NO Bishop
books, with its human respect free from crime, and pure, and the devils no sooner:

i PHONE 877-7524 further investigation by theologians -which pays' more attention to., safe from the onslaught of Body and His Blood in us, than just Judge, for having lost His Stephen Woznickl has resumed

whose studies the coun.' what people may think than to temptations. and, like a heavenly they immediately take to flight, grace when it was so easy to full duties as head of

cil would not want to restrict to the angels who have preserved it?" the Saginaw diocese. He was
what God thinks of .it., Even medicine, preserves the soulso giving place
A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL prematurely.There the duties of our state in life, that it may not be easily In- come near and assist us." In the early sixteenth cent hospitalized for a month and

3809 N. ARMENIA AVE. would then remainone or the circumstances of life. fected by the poison of any Another great saint Saint ury the chancellor of Englandwas spent another month at. home

TAMPA 7. FLORIDA draft proposal only to be sometimes be named Thomas after being stricken with a
may a source of temptation or be corrupted by John Chry&ostom, speaks of the a man

considered after those!! on temptation for More.: He was canonized a saintin heart attack in August
that
us. it. It was for reason, as power of the Holy Eucharistfor

the Church and on ecumenIsm Some weak souls when they Saint Cyprian tells us, that putting the evil one to our own time. He was the

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i BRADENTON 720 Manatee Ave. West of the Church in thelod..I.OII. duties. Yet even on his
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A committee n d e r the received Communion.
preserved against the terrible lion is to a man. Petersburg 81-9907
chairmanship of Leo Cardinal They forget that Jesus is conflict that awaited Asked, why he did not devote -
and to make The great King David lived
willing
Suenens Archbishop ofla- ready them." that time to the affairs of
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lines-Brussels, Belgium is now them !strong in the face of the

!. studying the topics. It is to deal most powerful temptation-, To ward off sickness and the Blessed Sacrament saintly government,statesman the brilliant replied and: : 4t. ,....al1i!....

BRADENTON-SARASOTA especially through providing death the body must be pro- yet David expressed clearly the
with such subjects as human avoid "Your reasons for wanting me A. II. Craig Bond L. Bennett
nourished. To
tected and the Eucharist has
them with his in Holy effect Holy
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peace the
are exactly ones VA 4-1673
be protected and nourished. read in Psalm 22, "The Lord
This most important draft Saint Paul says in I Corinthians which cause me to go so often. ST AUGUSTINE
ruleth and I shall want
me:
may ultimately lead to the chapter 10: "God is faith- Holy Communion weakensour My distractions are greatbutit
nothing Though I should
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: than to specific recommendations. strength but with the tempta- some weakness. :Many: have day I am tempted to sin-It is
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will be referred to the others with impurity. me against them that afflict
committee bear it. We read in: the Book of

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( and save. This schedule contains the latest information from the parishes.) President

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Catholic Owned and Operated
School.uditorium 8RMvKKSMLLK Transfiguration I:30HAWTUORSE St. Mary Mardalen All Souls 6:1:'. 8:30, 10. 11:30.sa'"al
7. 8:30. 10. 11 Air Station 10:30. 13
Good Counsel S:3BARTOrT A|.\..,.,K\ K.Tt'X SARASOTA'
St. Philip ::Tprt 10:30
St. Mary 7, 9, 10 Incarnation 6:::0. S. I::(1. 11
St. Thomas & :30. 10:SOBT HIGH SfRINC.S M4YPORT Queen of :ilartj'r.
I Robert A.FI-fcJTuneral '- Win. C. ..Tournfgat PINKS St. Madeleine Sophie Barat S St. John 9:30 7r3u. 9. 10:15. 11:30 Serving Eustis & Vicinity Since 1915 I I
Director r Funeral Director (SU SEMINOLE AREA) INDIAN ROCKS BEACHSt. MF.LBOUKNE St. :Martha
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St. There..& 9BRADEXTON :Mission 9 St Margaret SEMINOLE AREA
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1$ St. Joseph S. 8. 10. 11. IS Lady of Fatima :30. 11:li 2n hOME 12th .\". Chapel 7. >I> 1'iEPORT KIC'HKY ftlhSTA! KKT
BRANDONNativity oI.CKfoiOILLE: Queen of Peace 7:30, 9, 10:1 St. Michael 9, 10:30:
Oxygen & Radio Equipped Ambulance 8. !9li I : 10:%0 Assiunption 7, 8:30, 10. 11, 12 :NEW SU'KS.HKU'JI: .\REB FiIflflI&L; IIOII) ]}:
Blessed'!' Trinity 7. J. 11
BKOOKSVILLK Sacred Heart 6:30. 8, 9:30, 11 St. dward 9:30
Christ the King
St. Anthony ?. 10 OCALA" ST. PKTEKSBCRO
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OJONESJOHNSON St. Stephen 9:30 ORANGE PARE Holy Family S. 9:30. 11
ST. CLOUD Holy Rosary C, S. ,::0, 11:30Immaculate 9ORL.ANDO 9
ftC5H ELL St. Mary Immaculate Conception
326 ORANGE AVENUE EL 7-2636 7-4662
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C A LI..MI'SOur 6:30. 8::0. 10. 12:10 Good Shepherd St. Joseph 7. 8. ':30. 11
Lady of Consolation $SO Most! Holy RedeemerNormandy 7. S. ,:Ii. 10::10. 12, St. Jude 7, 3:15 '::0. 11, 12:20

CAMP SIX PEDRO School 8, 10 St. Andrew St. Mary 6:15.1 I. 9. 10. 11. U
Our Lady of Angels S. 7. '. 11
---- Howell Rd. I 6:30. I. 9:30. 11. 12li St. Paul
Paxon 111gb 9:30
CANOVA BEACH St. Charles 40:1\ 7:30. 9. 10:30. 11:45 F. H. Osgood .
Holy Name S. 10. 11:15 Resurrection to::0. 7:38. 8:30. ,::0. 11. I! St. Raphael 7. 8:30.: 10. 11:3' Telephone
.r ;;Q. CHCLCOTA Swisher Aud. 7:45. 10:30. 12: St. James (. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12 Transfiguration
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OLKARWATKIlSt. St. :3Ia.tthe<* 7. S, ". 10. 11:1S. 12.30
Cecelia C. 7. S. 9:30. 11. 12:1SCI.EKMONT 7. 8.30. ':30. 1O:30. 11:3O McCoy. Air Base I. 10. 1%:30 TtKJUAHABSEKBlessed Sacrament !
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St. Paul 7. 8:30, 10. 11. 12: 7. 9. 10:30. 11:10
7:30. 9:45.: 12:30
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CONWAY JACKSONVILLE BEACHSt. PALATCA: TAMPA:
School Auditorium 2:15CISLSCENT Paul .. S::0. 10. 11:30 St. Monica 1. 10:45>> Bles'ed Sacrament 8:30.. : 11:10

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SEI9I6 LAU GALI.IK LAND 10:10
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T* [-- [rk The :Florida Catholic, Friday Nov. 8, 1963, Page Sein! '
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Father John.A. O'Brien -. -
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I: Prayer to Mary Gave Ligh"h



To Enquirer who Found Faith


I NOT a few persons trace their conversion to their

I to the Blessed Virgin asking: her to obtain

from her divine Son the grace that would lead them into

k L- t1 the true Church. It was at the intercession of Our Lady
: 4. that Christ performed the first miracle of His public life,

;#LJ _i-_______ I/ ____ changing water into wine at the marriage feast in Cana of

:- :: (:ali1ee.
----
1 S Through the centuries Our all the human weaknesses

_. :Lord has seen fit to grant that afflict<< her member
: many graces and favors at the still' bears the note of hoU-

1 ness, besides that of unity
request of His Blessed Mother.
,Ti_ 11..1 and apoMoIiclty."Hardly! .
A : : J. n e irmuui-
\. 4 ---i1 e* 4* ness of invoke a day passes when I
do not have cause to thank
\ AT MASS FOR HOLY NAME RALLY IN HOLY:CROSS CHURCH, :PALMETTO cession ing her is inter-illu- God for the grace of conversion -

Led by Harold A. Keller, president of the Southwest J. NormandHardy, of Palmetto I the celebrant, in his strated In the obtained through the

I I deanery (second from left, front row), about 85 Holy sermon commended the officers and delegates for the ____ conversion of Blessed! Virgin's intercession/

Name men joined in the Missa Recitata which opened example given by receiving Holy Communion in their : i f Bruno Scott was his concluding remark.

the fall rally on October 20 in Holy Cross Church. Father parish HNS on the second Sunday of each month. James of Dart- Some years after his con
version Bruno studied at the
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__ moor, Eng
Seton Bibliography Movie Ads land now the Beda College in Rome, where-

KMMITSBUKO CH )June director_n_____ of__ tha____ he was ordained. He was made'
Parchman, assistant librarianat Earn PublicCriticism r "Collegio J. H. Newman" in parish Priest at Walsingham
St. Joseph College here has Naples. He was a member of a and succeeded in reviving It
center of In: i
pilgrimage.
as a
compiled a booklet bibliogra well-to-do Protestant family
fascinating book "Asking for
phy of works about Blessed -nhich teemed with prejudices
Elizabeth Ann Seton the first NEW YORK (XC)-A National __ against the. Catholic Church. Trouble" (Harper and Rowe'

citizen I Legion of Decency $4)), he tells the story of his
native-born United States Because of ill health at prep
spokesman told movie exhibi- unusual life. '
to ,be beatified. Mother school he withdrew and
Seton established what is tors here the public is criti- studied under clerical tutors

thought to be the first paro cizing the industry today not some of whom were Anglo- !
for its product but for its ad- St. Augustine
chial school in the nation in Cahtolics. At the age of 17 he

1809 on the site of the present vertising. shocked his family and friendsby
St. College. Consignor Thomas F*. Little,
Joseph
entering an Anglican: monastery -
executive of the .
secretary .
---- where he made his first
Catholic agency which issues .._: :
.__ __. .. ,, vows. After his health broke, McDONALD'SDRUG
moral evaluations of movies, t' ..-..:; -;;.4I>II-'ITr nffIfI. ''''' "V ----------- ----- -- -j.-'-- -' ------
"CLEARWATERSMITH'S
he withdrew and later visited .
:
had praise for the general TRADITIONAL PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION OF FAITH AT SOUTHWEST DEANERY RALLY
Walsingham, once a famous
quality of films. He spoke at Holy Name Society banners from many parishes were several speakers remind the assemblage of the spiritual Catholic shrine. STORE !

the convention of Theatre evident as men began their march into Holy Cross benefits they gained by participation in the Fisher pro-

Owners of America. Church, Palmetto. The October 20 rally on the Sunday gram of their home parish. Monsignor George W. Cum. Throwing himself on his 47 Street

JEWELERSDiamonds But he is convinced that the preceding the diocesan HNS annual convention, heard mings is spiritual director for the Southwest deanery.In knees, he begged; God to King .
general public harbors "wide- give him the grace to know "
ST. AUGUSTINE
,
spread criticism" of the in- Southwest Deanery His will and to follow it at -

Watches dustry. whatever cost. r

""'onkaU).," he said, "the Coming VA 41687THOMPSON
Silverware "I then vowed," he related
reason !Is to l be largely found in Holy Name Rally Told How Effective Events "that If Our Lady would obtain ..

PHONE 446.6975 the very instrument upon -
from her Son this grace
1213 Cleveland Plaza which you rely to sell jour product Good is in Fisher This column lists tmtmru benefit for me I would devote m> life
; I mean, of course, jour Example Program *. special meeting and CTenttof to her service Walsingham,"
CLEARWATER FLORIDA advertising." more than local Interest. Ad-
.a nr. notlro of rrrnJar netting and said further:
Monsignor Little then read PALMETTO-Southwest deanery Holy Name men who attended the Fall rally hereon will b. omitted. This was the turning pointin

some objectionable phrasesand the October Sunday preceding the Feast of Christ the King were commended for Card party, November 8, my life. Three months later

described questionable artwork their devotion to the Holy Eucharist. About 85 representatives from parish Holy Name Holiday Inn DeLand. St. I was received into the Catho-

JIM'S AUTO BODY used to advertise what Societies in this area participated in a Missa Recitata celebrated by Father J. Normand Patrick Woman's Club, spon lic Church. Emotign! played no
he said were "important films
Hardy in Holy Cross Church here. :Monsignor George W. Cummings, spiritual directorof sor. Tickets $1 for adults, 50 part in my conversion. .
from two of our major American -
& PAINT SHOP companies." the deanery addressed the rally at the morning session, as did Ernest M. Grochowski, cents for students.! I was not at all moved by the .S

1cr\ f\f O*!.......f\4-.. A 9'O..J 'C'.. splendor of the Roman Catholic and
.nL.LJ., Jj. o.JcJ.L d.OU: L< LL < Card party Good Shepherd -
He suggested to the theater :I. d.: U X ::1.-
ultimate in the molecule .and penitence and self-evaluation BAILEY
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1113 'ourt !rimrwatrr.! Ha.Omplrte liturgy or anything of that
hall
ther Cornelius A. Doughertyof parish social Orlando
Wrf''k.W.rk. owners that "your first step in then later in the atom but of prisoners, even those con- sort. Nor was I at all Influenced 8 Cathedral Place
November 8 8
and Aute Fainting building a bridge to universal: St. Joseph Church, that now it is beginning to demned to death, as such good p.m. by friends. Still less wasI St. Augustine VA 4.1631Budgefing
respect in the community andto Bradenton.In Spaghetti dinner, noon toG
doubt its own infallibility. He examples quoting unexpectedgood "
Appliance* RefInI.hfdPhone "got at by Priests, for I had
attracting to your theatersthe his sermon at the Mass, said that the logical principleof results which flowed p.m., Orlando's St. John not one Roman Catholic friend

446-6304 huge audiences which Father Hardy stressed the interaction sufficient cause for every from them. Yianney parish hall, November before I became--Catholic-- .. .

:-rW, i"-'FJiEF.: ESTIMATES habitually shun you is ,fto do which good exampleby effect was.becoming recognizedin ? He asked the men to mak"t"xt..a 10. nor had I'-ever:; spoken to -a'
something about your advertising Holy Name men gave to the scientific world to applyto Spaghetti dinner November -
Catholic Priest before
efforts! to give good ex- askingfor
others and the 14, 4-7 St. John's
encouragementto many things which the p.m. .
nnple, "so" that the Church instructions in the Faith.It
pursue the right paths such scientists had been prone to could grow mound them. cafeteria, St. Petersburg was a decision taken' on

Your One-Stop Service For All Lawn and Garden Supplies observers gained. Such example ignore and that such proberswere Father Dougherty gave several Beach purely historical grounds in

SKY CREST GARDEN SUPPLY he said, could only beginning to accept the instances where prisoners, Des ert-card party, November complete loneliness and with-
serve to strengthen others in fact that they and Martha and
everyone like Name 14 at 1:30: out the help of anyone. I
FERTILIZERS. INSECTICIDES SEEDS & PLANTS their approach to Christ as wellas else, needed a moral conscience.He acting should affected Holy others both men Alary Guild of St. Jerome could not find the slightest
GARDEN TOOLS FREE DELIVERY benefitting the entire stated that Christians,
Church; Indian Rocks, ponsore
justification for the Church 5f
within and outside the walls of
Phone 442.7644 $1921 Drew Streete. Church by the unity of the and Catholics in particular,
their prison. He pointed out England in the writings of the
Name organizations.After ahead of such scien
Holy were far that all should carefully eval- Fall dance, November 16, Fathers. I think it W3S! Origen

the rally breakfast tists in that laymen had Di- uate the man not the story Fern Creek Armory, Orlando, who said that schism was the ?

CLARK'SGULF ; served by the Women's Clubof vine Revelation to guide their heard about him and such advice St. Andrew Guild, Sponsor. sin against the Holy Ghost.In .
the host parish, Harold A. beliefs while experimenterswere
SERVICE e Keller of Bradenton, deanery still groping in the dark made a deep impressionupon "Frontl rland." Xovember short. I could not find
Low Cost
Use Our
all the listeners.Monsignor 16, 10 a.m.; talent contest, 4 justification for being In
HERCULES & DREW president introduced Dr. H. toward eternal truths. Dr. any
Cummings p.m.; ham dinner, 4:307 p.m. schism from the Church of
Grochowski closed with the
I PHONE 446-3710 F. Richter who heads the Holy
(followed up these ideas by Western dance, 8 p.m. Ascension Rome. Checking Plan
Cross parish HNS. As host, hope that science would even-
Dr. Richter welcomed the tually reach .a n d accept the ,pointing out the frustration parish, Eau Gallic. That dear Institution we call
visitors from parishes as' far truths which God's Revelationhad !which Holy Name men feel Dessert-card party, N o- the Church of England is altogether . You can ,keep an accu-
GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES when they see how few rela. ember 16, 1:30: p.m. CDA toowell bred
given men. too
away as Englewood and intro- rate record of, your spending -
duced Dr. Grochowski as first Father Dougherty poke of tively turn out in support of Hall, St. Petersburg. Tickets good if you will, to be true.

guest speaker.On his experience at Starke while the Church's programs. He $1. Quite certainly she had not and rtally tiep to

? hk theme that with the1"i1dlli,1 acting as Catholic Chaplain forth then encouraged the active Bazaar and dinner November been founded by the DivineSon your budget with our
Holy Name men to remain active -
Itaiford pri-on. 17'. WInter Garden City of a Galilean carpenter
: acknowledgement by
JUST TWO BLOCKS FROM it"nti..ts. of the eternal truthsof He pointed out in a frank, to keep striving by Auditorium, Holy Family with a fisherman as His repre- simple i checking account"
hard-hitting talk that no Holy example to bring to the attention Women's Guild, Winter Gar sentative on earth.

.,.,. ST. PATRICK'S PARISH AND SCHOOL foresaw religion a learning Dr. Crochowvki of conflictbetween Name man, no matter how low of the less ardent men the den sponsor. The Church of Rome, for system.
need for their in
participation
he had fallen, could escape Fall deanery rally West St. AugustineNational
HUGH EDWARDS INC. the two.
the Church's affairs. The disInterested
giving good example by his Coast St. Jude Church, St
He pointed out the fact that need to participatealso :November 17, LOUIS W. PETERSON Bank
X. E. 16th Ave. & 15th Street self-regeneration. He used the Petersbmg
in the science had believed -
past
in order to share more 1:30 Mass. .Arents frttfrttitffr
-- it had discovered the Finds Museum Loot fully in the graces and rewards p.m. ........ I.e.
Turkey dinner, November )1. k.3ll11.r Candle C... I.e. S.retyService
of working for Christ,
CHICAGO (XC) The Fed- 17, American Legion hall, P.O. 410 C.rr.Iit.n StatI.a
I & BETTER DROVES AND CROPS USEHiGrade VT* Offer Ts A Select CllenteU the deanery spiritual director 8.er..t. "'1.. A ...F
; eral Bureau of Investigationhas Port Orange, Epiphany Cath :New Orl...., L*.l laas
A Limited :Number Of Flatted said.
And Improved Family Estates said here it has found $1 olic Woman's Club, sponsor. PURE ALTAR WINES

___________ Red Level Dolomite Fmr, Kl... Aad 8lx, ; Aer Parcels million worth of art treasures the Monsignor continue Cummings to urged sacrifice Bake Hale, November 17 for the best In...
stolen September 22 from the men to Queen of Martyrs Guild, Sarasota -
Mission Valley museum of the Polish Roman their time and efforts as ponsor. pest*

Catholic Union. they have been doing, and reminded DCCW Board Meeting, November
Estates that these sacrifices SOLO ----control
I :The FBI said the loot was 2O; Mass at 8 a.m; !
be in vain.Mr. ;
''UI not
Feat Office B.x 37Lavrel found in the trunk of a car meals and business! at Cherry

CRYSTAL RIVER QUARRIES.QrYsM R.ad Fast Sarasota' Co.Laura parked on Chicago's northwestside. Keller closed the meet Plaza Hotel Orlando. Serv cecaH !
______ ___
7952407OK ). Fl.ridBreehures M. W. Johnson chief FBI ing by announcing that the DeLand fall festival, November -

AD-IOOUU) agent here, said the thieves, next Southwest deanery meet 22-23, parish grounds;,
YOUfc SpaEAPEfc SERVICE Restrictions* and
Price still unknown, apparentlyfailed ing would probably be locatedat beef dinner, Saturday night;, fI
OBI request
I to sell the stolen goods. Our Lady of Martyrs Church chicken barbecue November Your products when yon I
The announcement did not say Whitfielcl Estates and further 24. 11 a.m. on. advertise them often In
how the FBI traced down the announcements of the 1964 date Fall dance, Jacksonville,,. THE FIX)U IDA CATHOMC f.,. SI,. sake.f y.iw hess.I .

objects. would be forthcoming. ,Sonthside Woman's Club, November I
.
NEW CAR TIME %3, 9 p.m. San Jose t t.

Parish Guild, sponsor. GREGG'S HOME OF FLOWERS I
Spaghetti dinner Camp I
_ Why worry about that old l I car any longer? San Pedro, November %3,,: Lakeland's Only Downtown Florist :

_ 1 p.m., benefit Maltland par. FLOWERS by WIRE :

You could quick as a wink be driving a ish. .. 318 South Honda Avenue MU 28427Hospital ;
Circus Time Dance, November i
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brand new one or have that so badly needed Fronton,23 St., Tampa Patrick Jal Altai Alai( ,"

and Rosary Society. : CATHOLIC i iI

2nd family car Dance, November 30, 9 p.m,
,,_ i'-v '
.",,', to 1 a.m. Riverside Women'!I Chvrcll ;
Club, Jacksonville, Most Hoi)

AUTOMOBILE as well as PERSONAL LOANS Redeemer, sponsor. 1" fr' wAi': Sch..1 :

Card party. December ,5 .
Whispering Hills Countrj; i iL
- : FIRST STATE BANK "'"
Club Titusviile. St. Teresa .. Bi..sn.std.. .l IJtM
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:: OF LAKELAND lUEN'S: CLUB BUYS ORGAJX' Catholic aor. Woman's Club spain. -DANIEL-TWiNTER-&CO-:
December- S
Card ,
'. . Blessed Trinity Men's Club has donated to the parishin St. Teresa party parish, Titnsville I, 401 Ho. TK*.trt lid,. St. Pcttnbwrf, n.. f

h-- 331! S. Florida! Ave. 686-4117 St., Petersburg an organ for the church. Presenting Woman's Club, sponsor.! Phone Sil-Olll

Father Uouis J. Bentivoglio with the plaque are, from Bazaar, December 8, schoo 1 Name _____________________ ______-_ i iL.

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE ,CORPORATION left, Robert ,J.. Rothe, Edwin J. Roberts, Raymond H. ball, St. Joseph Guild Bra L. I .. .. State .
Addrus ...... ... City --
Eshelman and Lloyd A. Brady, officers. denton, sponsor. 1 1it







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j Page Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, Nov. 8, 1963 1 Orlando Winter Garden

__ _____ ___ _. ....._....._u__ _, 'UP= I"I
ST. JO1UV VIATIMKIT: "'oHnUlIUl winter uaraen

- 75th Year In preparation- for a Gray mission will sponsor a Christ.

: Q. '- _t Lady program in St. John mas bazaar and dinner at Winter *
- -I Vianney parish, over 40 women Garden city auditorium.
have begun the first aid Sunday. November 17. A large
In TownMarked
rR a:4Z __ course. Mrs. Joel Carr. Red committee has been selectedby
i
q
-.-. Cross instructor. Is presenting Father Hugh V. Keane to
& ______ a :
;, I t two-hour classes in the social assist with the arrangementsof

:,' *_ r' ; ? $ hall.Mrs. the bazaar and dinner. The

ST. JOSEPH-.Catholics in ,- ), $-I: 4EL Robert Bibeau,. chair- bazaar will feature many
man of health committee for booths and games, and prizes
this community will celebrate
/L
/p the St. John Vianney Woman's will be awarded. Booths will
- 75 years here Sunday when T _
Abbot Marion Bowman O.S.B. (Club has spearheaded the pro- open at 1 p.m.

-4 of St. Leo Abbey celebrates I gram. Its object is to assist :Mrs. Michael Gerent, Guild

; High :Mass at 10 a.m. in Sacred *4 ( __ ___ __ -.-: school teachers with health chairman has announced thata
problems or accidents. Upon delicious home-cooked dinner
Heart Mission. Benediction of -I---
_
L. completion of the course the will be served from 1 p.m. on-
the Most Blessed Sacramentv
- women will be qualified to ad- ward. Individual servings will
\ ;ill be given in the church at : : i 3 .
4:30 pm. b--' M minister first aid to the chil- be $1.25 for adults and 75 cents

--- rIb. """i -_ 'S.j dren.A for children under 12 years.
At noon on November 10, -c
1\\ members of the 4 : :;::_ N:: spaghetti dinner will be :Mrs. Tena Britt is bazaar
- parish plan
a --_ ... .., served the St. Rose of Lima
V.e'' -; _.5- .._: n -'S.- .*.:* j by chairman. Mrs. Marie Sansburyis
\ picnic. Afternoon entertainment
circle of the club. Patrons are
ticket chairman. The
includes plans for western ___ JUDGES FOR DEANERY CONTEST dinner
; t ,J _ invited to the social hall on is
t, music and a softball game. Presentations of deanery history and publicity were Holy Name Society working
AT ORLANDO-CENTRAL DCCW DEANERY MEETING Sunday November 10 from with the Guild on the bazaar.
The diamond jubilee celebration judged recently for Orlando-Central Deanery Council of until 6 The invitation -
Father Patrick J. Malone recently welcomed the delegates to DeLand for the noon p.m. Fun for the entire familyis
t here recalls that the community Catholic Women by, from left, Mrs. Gerald Rogero of is extended to the publicall
of Catholic Women. From left and the public is invited
fall meeting of Orlando-Central Deanery Council planned
was founded by Andrew Eau Gallic Mrs. Charles Callahan of Orlando, a past you can eat for a dollar,
the diocesan Mrs. Schoebert of Eau Gallie; Mrs. Theo- to patronize the event.
I in and the seated are president, Joseph diocesan and children
Barthle 1883 president; Mrs. John MacFarlane of Lake adults; and 50 cents for

\ village first bore his name dore Antony, deanery vice-president; and standing, Mrs. Andre Tuquet, DeLand; Mary. Rockledge, they found, had the best scrapbookin under 12 years old. The

- I which was later changed to St. deanery officers, Mrs. C. F. Stevenson, Mrs. Joel Sayers (President), Mrs. Chester the contest. proceeds will go towards the EustisST.

Joseph. Since 1888, Sisters of Kazmierczak and Mrs. Harry Grimm. school library. MARY
t\1 81:. Benedict from Holy Name St. PetersburgVINCENT Petersburg area's churches of
Convent In San Antonio have Catholic Book Reviews St. Paul St. Jude, St. Joseph GOOD SHEPHERD The Altar.Rosary Society of

r- c taught in the school. .. DE PAUL St. John, Transfiguration and On Friday, November 8, at 8 St. Mary of the Lakes in Eustis

The first Mass in the small Monsignor James Meehan. Holy Name; and these other p.m. a card party will be heldIn will sponsor a dessert card
) Way to Quell Distractions GivenA spiritual director of the Par- Pinellas County churches: the Good Shepherd social November
i church, also serving as a schoolhouse party Wednesday
-- ticular Council of the St. Vin- St. Patrick in Largo; Sacred hall off Oleander Drive in
I was celebrated on Oc 13. at 1:30: in the parishhall.
tober 1, 1888, by Father Gerard LAYMAN AND IllSCONSCIENCE new law the law of love. Monsignor clear his own path through the cent de Paul Society an- Heart Pinellas Park; St. Jerome Azalea Park. Patrons are p.m.
jungle. nounces the election of the following Indian Rocks Beach; and asked to attend this annual
11. Pllz O.S.B. The mission Is b Y M o n Knox proceeds by describing -
officers in the GreaterSt. Blessed Sacrament, Seminole. event.
attended by Priests from St. signor Ronald Knox. The ,' In his incomparablemanner Always keenly aware of human will be table
Petersburg federation: CDA There prizes;
I Leo Abbey. Thomas :More Book Club what the basic spiritual down- ORLANDO
limitations always Joseph! P. Boyle, member of Court Sancta Maria, No. 932 refreshments will be served.

-p Sacred Heart Church was $3.50. realities-God's love and to-earth Monsignor Knox takes St. Patrick parish in Largo, Catholic Daughters of America Bridge and canasta will be WINTER PARK
in and blessed
1892.
May.
__J. begun by Bishop John :Moore of St. Dealing with the formationof presence, the Holy Spirit, the up the positive virtues of kindness president; John A. XeNon, A ice- will hold a day of recollectionon played. For further details call

Incarnation the Passion the humility and simplicityand president, and Norman P. Monday, November 11 at Mrs. Wilbert R. Becker at
;Augustine, on November 13, right conscience by modern
is dollar -
j Crucifixion, the Mass and the demonstrates how these Joyal, treasurer! both of St. 9.30 a.m. Mass, followed by GA 3-1236. Donation one
1892. In July, 1926, St. Theresa laymen the point of this tre- The membersof
things combined with prayer Jude parish!' St. Petersburg;; Benediction will be offered at per person.
hall was begun for the parish mendously valuable book is to Eucharist-what these realities the of Peace Circle RAY MEARS
-I can help us to keep our vision and hess ". AVelhof, of ht. John 11 a.m. by Father Patrick J. Queen
social hall. In November 1933 bring the individual conscienceback could be in our lives if we the benefit
clear. the Beach Donohoe. Retreatmaster will are sponsoring
parish at !secretary.Henry JEWELERS
the church extended 12 into let
was focus to it see,
them for what theyare.
really saw Goodall, of St. Jude's be Father Leo Flood C.SS.R.of party.
feet and a bell tower was understand and be motivatedby This book was written toward Locally Owned ..d Operated By
___ has just completed two yearsas St. John's Church in St. P. F. SUSAN NURSE Y
added. the full vision of Christ's
the end of :\IonsignorKnox's
Beach. ._. ......
_. president of the Particular St. Petersburg J. Heidrich 8.. Y..r. la J 'rF B.
---- -- --- Herman
Christian conscience who has
; -: .- tight life. Anyone
% also
; Council. The CDA will sponsor a
: is mutilated by these read one or more of his famous The election meeting heldin dessert-card party November & Sons VISIT OUR BOOTHAT

.entities I I ', .ffu..tI..sl spiritual works especially his the CDA hall, Gr.w e.a ad Shipper.
i glad > St. Jude's auditorium, featured 16 at 1.3O p.m in .
Ir for and >...r.bln THE HOME
classic A Retreat Laymen Of Fancy Fruit
talks by Arthur J. Nelson 263: Gth Avenue, South. Ticketsare
But between this ideal condi- will know that in his hands DAMvtE BRAND PRODUCTSGary's
of St. Paul parish in the $1 and the public is invited. SHOW
tion-which the saints have the subject will always be pre-
city and Joseph R. Ems direc
enjoyed-and most of us, liesa sented with both originalityand Pope to Poor Clares NOV. 21 NOV. 24
it tor of public welfare in Pinel
jungle of distractions. Our impact. Duck Inn
las County.Mr. VATICAN MTV (NT) A
view of is diverted Phone GA 2-3652
reality ,
BOOK: KNDS Nelson :spoke on the national letter from the Holy See to the
US A TRIAL FOR THE
_ blocked or simply dazzled at GIVE
I A new biography, .\po!'.ile for convention of Vincen- superiors of the Poor Clares FINEST SEAFOOD AND

:4 every turning. After a while, Our Time: Pope Paul VI, by tians held in Cleveland. The has said that Pope Paul VI is ROAST BEEF ANYWHEREPhone I1Rj1TI! IS
what reality
we begin to forget
Monsignor John G. Clancy who welfare official outlined the thankful for the order's TOO GA 4-4531
.
looked like in the first place.A
worked in the Vatican secretariat scope of public assistance. 3ears of ubur:ting vitality. 3974 So. Or. Bl. Trail g Ave.

Layman and His I !' Con- of state with the Pope Conferences of the Society The Poor 'lares, cloistered

stieiice shows the reader how will be published November' 8 represented at the recent meet Xuiis were founded by St
to deal with these dangerous by P. J. Keriedy and Sons ing and election to the Particular Franc .af A -::*:i and St CU.re Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres?

distractions effectively, how to New York. Council included the St in 1212. We have a home designed for your family


PARISH GROUP PREPARES GRAY LADY PROGRAM IN ORLANDO -.t -I DEMETREE BUILDERS
Would-be Gray Lady members of St. John Vianney parish. Or- '

lando, study first aid; in foreground, from left, Mrs. Leo Remenick, :5307 East Colonial Drive CR 7-1922

Mrs. George Osterman and other members of the parish Woman's _
-
Club learn from the demonstration given by :Mrs. Gerald W. Fussell V'

......... ;ar s .1 FABRICS
and Mrs. Vincent Heaney. RUBY'S
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. AREAS VIEW CONGRESS ON TV

_.......... ,.;-jmn._ mnri r* n.< ...! TtlKl*. .I..L. ----w FABRICS and PATTERNS
vnrrtiri &C.'A aim "'or. wiui-n ai'pe.irea upon ___ ;
Florida arras had a '(' ;::* cieen at tile heginniiig I -I UNIFORM HEADQUARTERSFor

.I to view the hour-lonf; telecast!' A\IS held by I
School
? Girls of Bishop Moore High
cast of the Pontifical >l ,
RodUy (above) a mem
at Jacksonville during; of Holy Rov.n-y p.iiixh 4rhI5i 947 SO. ORANGE AYE.- PH. GA 5-4429

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diocesan' Eucharistic C {' -.
_
-- October 27. The _
Kress -
WITH THIS AD
_ gram was re-broadc-jixt!'
. local station la.*t SII $1.00 I Donated fo Mercy HospitalS

At the ball park the '; SACRAMENT with purchase of eachARMSTRONG

messed Sacrament Holy

Society and Women's TIRE

( 1 are sponsoring: a get- S JIM McCONNELL'S

parish dinner on Xo SAFETY TIRE SERVICE. INC.

Larc..t Pr..rll.U.. tSK"I"n er 14 at 7 p.m. The chick. 2325 N. Orange Blossom Trail

Pharmary In the !South' will be served at the I Fairvilla Center "Complete Auto Service"
.
.
I &pprectta your p. ron.g."reo Club in Clermont. Dona.
] Delivery FR ,
is two dollars. ; r- --
Huntington Bldg. New FilmsReviewed
----- James Crotty of Car
,1
aiooney High School al: recently and classified

will he the gues! by the Legion of lltetoty.Morally ,

at the dinner He wil]l Unobjectionable For COLOR PORTRAIT OF-
M. Hfcnkr wait fcMkt M all ; _
..tTia. MMfictlM.I N. ft* for ***: | :. on the Second Vaticar l .Adults and Adolescents:
1 .,181raul trtckvrtt Out U.w k. .
!- fcwk CM kt. MklUkrt, yctllclntf, sold (;OitJa; TUB DAYSHammer :
s all artlcU rot-tats. M wrtttaf ,.." profit from the dinnei ( Bros.)
.
cutrtcU. Writs CipUIMPOSITION
3ttnifcJLn.tf.."' go towards the more com. _a HOUSEHOLDER; THE POPE PAUL VIThe

r + furnishing of the ne\\r : ( ; ; (Cot)
parish church and hall. ; Morally Unobjectionable

For Adults

r- TAMPAALL GUXFIGHT COMANCHE:

iriL CREEK; ; (Allied Artists) Florida Catholic is offering for sate fo our readers a full color


!i_ TYPES OF INSURANCE __w Morally Objectionable}'or11 in Part portrait of His Holiness Pope Paul VI. (See cut below for pose.)

L Change in ClassificationS '

HENRI A. MONTEAUMorelandOliverManteau M A 11* WORlI) O V Official Portrait by FeKcI, famed Vatican photographer.

LtEt SAMMY LEE (Seven Arts)

Inc. Objection: Because its pro- OveraU size B/2| J* I ll'/2.' .
: ,
___
ducers have effected a substantial .--
r Sturdy paper: suitable for framing. .
Western Union Building revision in the treat- -"
of this film in orderto Full color. '
-_ 1 I ment Fine Screen offset printing: g .'
229-1988 Room 33. Tampa .x.
I obtain a Code Seal of Approval -
FROM DIOCESE AT KENTUCKY SCHOOL
from the Motion Picture For homes rectories convents, schools, hospitals institutions. >-. ..r .

Resident students at Cath- name honors the foundress of Association of America

erine Spalding College in Ken- the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth the condemned rating givento

who operate the 43yearold the original version of the
--- tucky come from 23 states.
liberal arts college. film has been changed to I
-- Floridians include from left :Miss Hutchison, the daughter "B" (morally objectionablein I
: Barbara Hutchison, San Antonio I
JI4JAI&IiJ b of Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. part for all). In spite of 1I
Kathleen IcDevitt Tam-
; Hutchison is a graduate of the moral improvement made
LuJ&tkj pa; and Barbara Oberton for- Holy Name Academy in San in the revised version the I
merly of Tampa. I
Antonio. background of the film'sstory -------U II
Two Orlando girls are also Miss McDevitt. the daughterof continues to be sordid

----j A enrolled as freshmen Mary Mrs. John P. McDeVitt, and suggestive. It is further- f I Ir

\ Elizabeth Horton and Kathleen Tampa, and the late Mr. McDevitt more to be noted that the

--- ',7 ::1 Bornemann. and Miss Oberton the distributors are advertisingthe 'I ( ) I I

daughter of Major and Mrs. film as "Recommendedfor I

mi wcIiNJI These five 1 students are William F. Oberton. are grad Mature Audiences."

among the first to enter the I
uates of the Academy of the

Louisville, Kentucky; Until, college last Holy Names, Tampa. Supreme Knight I Nam... ..................................... I I'S
UON.CARBONATEDaI under its new name. Miss Horton, the daughterof XEW YORK (XC)-Luke E. t--o : S I
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month, the school was knownas Mr. and Mrs.: William H. Hart of St. Louis was unani-- '

Nazareth College. Its newSubscribe Horton Jr. of Whiter Park, and m 0 u sly 1 reelected supreme Addr .. .............. I
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"" Miss Bornemann the daughter, knight of the Knights of Columbus )\ I


: I of Bornemann Mr. and of Mrs.Good Joseph Shepherd H.: ing of the at the K. quarterly of C. national meet. t' .':. City................... .Zone. .State. .......... I


parish Orlando, are graduatesof board of 'directors. P_ _5--_'";_ _. _.L.-_ _T._ _I
; i .NOW Bishop :Moore High School.. Mr. Hart has headed the fraternal :...-aIo.---

: All are presently planning to t benefit society since

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; Williams The Florida Catholic, Friday, Nov. 8,1963 Page Nine; .



Prize Navy Quarterback/


; Ranked Outstanding Star _
_____

THIS was a bird dog's convention. The midseason one. _

I 50 of the delegates padded noiselessly into :Memorial

I Stadium at Annapolis, took their
.
I seats and assumed postures characteristic

'J-.. of the breed. Although there was nothing _

unusual about his coat coloring or conformation _______ 1

t_ 1 .._ it immediately became evidentone ,;

of them was more highly
tt '- than the rest. The master of

if that's the proper designation

\\1 about him solicitously, rubbed

fectionately, and, in fact, did

but publicly buss him. "If I : .

\\ about it I would have kissed him, at that," Lt'- .-. .5.5. S

1 M. of the H... more formally known as E. E. ( PLENTY OF ACTION AS CRUSADERS DOWN HORNETS

\ assistant director of ath- "Bob's only 25 Bishop Moore High School 'quarterback Gary Preisser, center, executes a fake

letics. "Nothing is too good his kpee comes lateral as he tries to get the Orlando Hornets moving against the Jacksonville Bishop

for a bird dog that sniffs outa year he'can still ; : Kenny gridders. In the opening minutes of the second half, above, the Crusaders were

Roger Staubach for you." plenty,"the coach leading, 21-7, and finished with a victory margin of one touchdown in the clash between -

Bird dogs are what baseball Knocking heads diocesan speedsters.
_ _ _
calls scouts. Navy maintainsan Dame last Saturday

extensive kennel, volun- Bend, N a v y : 34 ORLANDOComplete

teers constantly on the prowl year's 20-12 upset,
for high school and prep school Irish.

material that may help the Midshipmen "This is not a : ; Test Control

their adopted heroes. though there are : LEWIS -COBBEXTERMINATING

The red carpet treatment accorded Staubach makes it CO.

Bob Kleinfeldt at this way. If we play our Incorporated 1946

particular convention of bird won't beat us," throughout the Diocese followed with great in tUG Wilfred Dr.-P.O. Box S14S

dogs was no more than his due. Wayne Hardin had \ FANS the annual football clash between the Crusadersand Orlando! 241.3406

A. Cincinnati businessman, he dicted. (to) Hornets. When the lights were finally turned off in
had come to a dead point the
Quarterback R 0 ; Jacksonville's famed Gator Bowl Bishop Kenny High Gray's Jewelers
first time he flushed
ypung bach set : the
a
Navy School gridders had walked off with a 21-13 win over the
Staubach then playing for the
offense record and >'ar- CLOCK REPAIRALL
local Purcell High School team. Irishman named ). visitors from Orlando, Bishop ,. MAKES

"A grade-A bird dog," explained helping, led the ; ", Moore High School. ing no trespassing insiae tneir 2003 Edgewafer- 2-2974

the Ripper, "has to their biggest : Some speedy first quarter 35 yard line.Father Next to Publix

have both a sensitive snout and ever over, Notre running by tailback Billy Lopez High School'ssquad

tenacity. Originally, Staubachwas Swanson brought the Crusaders left the friendly con

torn between Notre Dame Father Denis two quick scores and a fines of Daytona Beach for two "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS"

and Purdue. I suspect Klein margin their opponents could successive weekends at Bun. COLLEGE PARK

feldt sold him on Navy's heroic never overcome try as they did nell. FLORISTFLOWERS

warriorship and Maryland's Council right down to the contest'slast Closing out October with a
epicurean delight the BY WIRE
supreme minute. victory over Hastings
the delectable crabmeat cake." the 2120 I Edgewater-GA 3-5771
Spudsters 6-0. opening
Father Denis B. : had Blocking was crisp as Swanson -
clash of this month the Orlando Nite GA 2-0894
The 21-year-old, 190-pound O.P., national coveted :34 and 22 yard to saw
Cinclnnatlan Is generally acclaimed -,Holy Name make the Scoreboard read 14-0. Bunnell Bulldogs wade into
the Green Waves, 10-0.
as the college world's inspiring address Then midway in the second FA1RVIEWCleaners
The Green Waves win wasa .'
No. 1 quarterback (runningand nual period Bob Blumberg plunged
convention of
: defensive battle also the only & Laundry
passing.) esan Union of .: his from the three yard stripe to
score the result of a Jeff La-
He is already being rushed Societies. The that close the home team's scoring. Featuring
Cour to Pete Pruitt pass in the Fabric Care -
by the pros, even though he Chipping away at such a discouraging Dependable
tending October second quarter against Hast- 4315 Edgewater Dr., OrlandoPEARCES -'
still; has another semester to re lead, the Hornets
session at the ings. In that 'contest, center
go, and moreover, is obligatedto life then initiated a steady attack
tel in Jacksonville ) Steve Cajote covered himself
four additional years of covering 61 yards and a TD by
ther with glory by intercepting two.
Navy service. McCarthy halfback Tom Hynoski from .
The New York Giants have theme "The Lay eC two yards out. passes of -the Spudsters des DININO :KOOSC: -.
perate last quarter air attack. IN THE HOLIDAY INN.W1IKX .
sounded' him out..That'snot and the a Bringing the games overall BETTER :FOOD IS
exactly the way to put It," of his address part first down statistics closer, The' Daytonans now have an SERVED WE 1VIL.I. SERVE IT,
even record in six games.In 4048 So. Orance DI..... Trail
corrected Jim Lee Howell, director Preisser
quarterback Gary ran
PHONE the 2
the same loop, the St. Jo-
of personnel. "We've WITH in the Orlandoan's final six-
seph Academy Flashes rested
sent him a questionnaire. ThisIs ; a pointer with just a minute to
names have been after absorbing a loss to, and
routine. "We send question- : game's end. The Bishop Kenny WALTER MENGES
over and over again: in, Baldwin.35-0.:
naires to hundreds of boys squad showed they could move, Clothier To MenThe
unforgettable -
each year."Mostly. name of totalling over 300 yards on the The StS-Xugustlne crew of Finest In Men's Wear
4 this is for back ground to less than half that Coach Bill Stathius Is-looking
N. ORANGE
2O6 AVE.
Pope John
ground Information. We ask Ti for the Hornets, and at the forward to entertaining Father ;
XXIII the Across From St. James
the boy if he is interested in other that of same time kept the sharp Lopez High School in mid-

playing pro football, and if so, his successor in slinging of Preisser away from month.

with which team, what other the goal line. In St. Petersburg the "home"
Pope Paul VI. JIM; BLAKE
sports, if any, he's participatedIn The heroic 3711,4 Coach George Gazdick's crew field environs added little OFFICE SUPPLY
etc. If we get no reply, we of : :: and thus strcalfcdtoa; :'tv:o victories spark to Coach Jesse Rogers
figure Pope :
have to assume the boy has John will .not : : : : fif- in a, row;;Iia\Ing zipped to a sputtering Barons. Bumping F.U.n NIT U It E

other ideas. We have yet to _Roon__ fnr"rt. S\ : 21-6 counf 'over Green Cove into the Largo High Packers, OFFICE SUPPLIESMI
hear from Staubach." -- u ---0-- : Springs the week before.In Bishop Barry High School's 7-2632
ten nor. we *'r : i
900 Orlando Ave., AV.P.
80.
But why make even a pre- that outing'quarterback team was put away by their
firmly believe will
liminary pitch for a boy whose fail to note and of Charlie Parsons earned the undefeated opponents, 14-O.
commitments are such he Jacksonville "back of the Then last week a Pinellas
creasing dignity
couldn't possibly be available. Pope who is now on week" honors by racking up County Conference game as Children'sClothes
until 1968-69? reigning. It would into 124 yards and one TD himself. host to Dunedin brought the

"If Staubach was just run-of- what improper to Assisting in the scoring that Barons low again, 12-0. Line

mine, we wouldn't bother," important after subdued the Blue Devils were Central Catholic High Schoolof
,
answered Howell. "But all of Stan Wrubulski and Brad Clearwater achieved a moral Finest In Clothing

our reports describe him as thers former the and present ; aims Davis, while Swanson and Dale victory in a 6-6 standoff with For Girls &: Boys
extra special. Commitments or name "la ',, Romeka got yardage when Berkeley. %%8H'a Ed..t.r Dr. GA 47738'

he's cinch to be drafted But so much has the
no, a ; needed. Coach Armand Sabourin hada
and written of the
next year. You can be sure Similaily, Coach Cail Genlto scoring effort from Tony
other pro clubs have sent him role of the had the satisfaction of an outstanding Cranese while Kd IJddy played BILL BARDOEFORD
Church so much
questionnaires. However slim the
game from his squad a tftronff defensive game in thelalaud1'S
the chance, we must make the more active future the previous week in Orlando :\ shutting out the FACTORY DEALER
most of it." man, has come SAVE ON YOUR
when they stung Oak Ridge, Tampa Buccaneers over the
ports of the Council
Howell >> 33-7', last three periods. NEW CAR DEAL
pointed out t h r lieve it can be
and Bob Edwards After two losses and two tie
Giants had drafted Arm)"'" Bob exaggeration that Tom Hynoski Ph. 656-3333
each tallied a touchdown Jesuit High School gen- '
games
Anderson who played high convening of the \" VT. Hwy. SO
while Preisser fooled the erated scoring by
some power
achool football at Cocoa) know ell II the name Winter Garden '
Pioneers by staying on the Ronny Nacol, Tony Pizzo and '
ing all along the backfield star quired a standing it Member E, .
was obligated to three sears' cently possess.I ground in the Tangerine Bowl Ray DiCharry Jr., under the St. Charles
touchdown himself of Ed Cimino. That
military service. am happy to be for two runs play calling Parish
: ,, aid combination breezed the Tigers I
Melbourne Central Catholic to their first win, chewing up

I ORLANDO Dam High School also "split" in the Brandon 20-7. OFFICE SUPPLIES

past two weeks-first shuttingout At home in Sarasota's Cougar FINE 1VRITISGrApERS.OFFlCE

Y of the Tampa 'Catholic Colts, Stadium, or on-the road at Pal EQUIP3IEYT
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MARYLAND FRIED you 14-0 in a game played in.Jesuit's metto's Harilee Stadium Car SELECTED GIFTS
of Corral Stadium. Then dinal Mooney High School'sfootballers 0 RETINO CARD8
COMPLETE DINNERS TO SCHOOL SUPPLIES
travelling to Oviedo in Central couldn't cross. the
I, Individual! Fried Chicken Dinner I Florida_ the Hustlers were goal line. First the Naples BRADFORDSSfafioners

Family Bucket O'Chicken here re ripped by the Lions, 24-6. Eagles soared over the Cougars,

Fish Dinner I Bel- In their victory coach Kay 40-0, and then the host Tigers Inc.
Robbing' Kast Coaster cleared clawed Coach Jack Swind's 310 Park Ave.. South
., 'v'e Shrimp Dinner the way -for two touchdownsby youngsters 40-0. Gridiron Phone Ml 4.7738

ftiuc* NOW 6 LOCATIONS TO SERVE,- tons scatback Don Fickett, while "character building" gets a bit Winter Park. Florida

Hwy. 17-92 Fern Park the only sK-pointer: in the loss overwhelming i at times! Dave SJm; Owner
2740 S. Orange Bl. Tr., Orlando : of
was! scored by fullback Karl
Silver Star & Pine Hills Kd. per-
: Edgewater & Lee Rd. Witkowski.

Lake Barton Rd. & E. Colonial Bel- Taking their loss to a dioc- Central Florida School Inc.
:100 Frenchven Sanford the esan rival in stride, coach John Supply, _
Beiletti took his team to New

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.V <<1) Church around the WorldMission

Prelates Offer : j
American .. ." ...-. J Says Church

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Q. DICTATORS Helped Visit Fatima Successor Chosen
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to Council -'-\ \ A.Castro-Cuba. Unjustly Tied '
Suggestions S ... .e B. Duvalier-Haiti BOSTON (NC) A Mary. FATIMA (XC)-Some 200-, MUNICH (XC) Monsignor \

=ii:4.: ,' :[JJINDAI. C.Sfroessner. knoll missioner home from 000 pilgrims gathered here on i Romano Guardini, interna- .
VATICAN CITY (NC) -In late October, the Fathersof costa 9 stUNk Paraguay To Viet Crisis Formosa has said here "every October 13 on the 46th anniversary tionally known theologian and
the ecumenical council in session heard an American ap- stitch" of clothing worn by of the last of the 1917' -writer, will be succeeded as I
'I ew* (Continued from Fags One)
peal for full treatment of Church and State by Vatican II. PACiFIC that overthrew the govern people in his area came from appearances here of the professor of the philosophy of

Archbishop Lawrence J. She- __,_,_ _., ""__' __,__ ._,_. _._._ : ATLANTIC ment of President Diem, the the U. S. Catholic Thanksgiving Blessed Virgin to three peas- religion at the University of
han of Baltimore, speaking in rnaKing me point, wmcn Arcn- Father said in telegramto clothing collection. ant children.An Munich by another scholar of '
Holy a
bishop Shehan himself had .4
the name of the U.S. Bishops, OCEAN unusual note was the ab world renown Father Karl l'
covered in his council Archbishop Paul Nguyenvan Father Leonard M a r r o n
I
October speech the Rahner S..J.Monsignor.
said at the 23 general Binh that he was suffer- M.M.who works among aborigines sence of Bishops because of
meeting of the council that "the that the U.S. Bishops object to ecumenical council taking Guardini, now 78
the ing with "all the dear Vietna- in the Formosa mountains -
question of Church and StateIs phrase "regrettable separa- place in Rome. Bishop Joao years old and in poor health Is
tion" contained in the text because l mese people. was home on leave after
entirely too important and The said five Pereira Venancio of Leiria senta due to retire shortly. Father
telegram : years overseas.
"our in the
too delicate to be treated onlyin experience the cable from Rome urging the Rahner, one of the official experts
"Recalling Apostle's exhortation Food for these people he
U.S. in relations between
passing, almost casually, ina MOVES-963 with those pilgrims to pray that Chris- of the Second Vatican
Church and state has been MILITARY IouvA OCEAN 'Weep added, comes largely from the
discussion" of the apostolateof good. The phrase would not very be I.Jan.-Junta suspends who weep/ with fatherly affection U.S. agency, for international tians may be united and that Council, has agreed to beginhis
the laity. Constitution in Peru. We make Our own the Church may teach the lectures at the state university -
an expression of the true feel your development which distributesit
Another American, Bishop 2.Mar.-Guatemalan! C pain and that of all the dear ways of God to the world. here as soon as he can be
through the Nationalist
Ernest J. Primeau of Man. ing of the American Hierarchyor
Army ousts president. relieved of his present dutiesat
Vietnamese people so severelytried.
Chinese Other
chester, said that the Bishopsare of American Catholics. 3.Apr.-Navy revolt ends I government. Botanist Donates the University of InnsbruckIn
help he said, comes from the
obliged to hear lay experts, in Argentina truce. [ "Our prayer rises to God for National Council of Catholic QUEBEC (XO-A plant collection Austria.
E
particularly the intellectuals in 4.July Army ousts president -
___ I your country's intention, so Women Which SUportS a Jap of nearly 100,000 specimens Planned
the Church, "since it is neces- Caution Issued in Ecuador. that the divine assistance maybe anese-trained physician who all dealing with the Meeting
RIPE FOR
5. ends REVOLT
sary to acknowledge their rightto Catholic institutions or democratic Sept.-Military regime In 7. El Salvador more generously grantedin visits in the area. flora of Quebec, has been do- WAShINGTON (NC) -An

freedom of investigation and agencies- the Diocese of St. Dominican Republic. 8. Colombia these difficult hours and nated to the faculty of agricul. international meeting to pro-

freedom" of intellectual initia- Augustine usually do not send 6.Oct.-Coup by armed 9.Venezuela that it may overcome in peace Parents ture at Laval University.The mote greater understandingand

tive. out collectors to accept dona- .- forces in Honduras. 10. Brazil and concord this new and pain- HelpMINNEAPOLIS collection will be known friendship between United

The U.s. prelates spoke as tions. If someone presents him- -c' ful trial." (NC)-Preparation by the name of its donor Father States Catholics and the peoples

the council Fathers continuedtheir self to you as a salesman fora t... Father O'Connor's most recent for the first Communion Louis Marie O.C.S., well. of Latin America will be

discussion of the chap- Catholic cause be certain '/, dispatch states: is a do-it-at-home pro- known Canadian botanist. He held in Chicago January 19 to

ter dealing with laymen of that he has the written author- The president and his brother ject at St. Timothy parish in has retired after 40 :years as a 23, 1964.

the schema "On the Nature ity of your parish Priests to were not captured in the suburban Blaine. teacher at Trappist Instituteof Under the sponsorship of the

of the Church..** do so. BARREN GROUND FOR DEMOCRACY palace which was taken Communion preparation Oka Quebec. U.S. Catholic Bishops throughthe

around 6:20 a.m. that day. classes in parochial school and The Trappist monk has writ Latin America Bureau of

Archbishop Sheehan said Recent military coups in are shown on this map of They had succeeded in mak-- the ,Confraternity of Christian ten several books and num- the National Catholic Welfare

that the question of Church and the Dominican Republic and Latin America: EI Salvador ing their way in an ordinary Doctrine are a thing of the erous articles on botany. He is Conference, the Catholic inter-

State "should be placed in a Named Bishop Honduras marked the col- where military unrest is passenger car to St. Francis past. They have been replacedby credited with discovering 15 American cooperation program

context where it can be treated VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope lapse of two more democratic high; ''Venezuela top targetof Xavier church in the Cholon the "Holy family plan"under new species of plants. (CICOP) will hold the sessions

with the fullness and accuracy Paul VI has named section of Saigon. They enteredthe which train under the theme: "The Role of
Monsignor regimes in Latin America. communists; Colombia, parents
which it needs. Likewise the Edward L. Fedders M.M., Ken- church at about 8:45 a.m. their children themselves. Another Neumann the Church in the New Latin l''
Added nations hard hit
to Castro terroristsand
already by "
text should clarify the meaning after the last of All Souls America.
tucky-born missioner who has just Under the when HICKSVIL.I.K, New York
of the term 'the world.' under military rule and dictatorships Brazil, scene of Mguer program I
Mark :Mc-
Auxiliary Bishop
Masses had ended. They :XC On the
been ordinary of the independent Day parents consider a child ready ( ) day Bishop "
After the example of Christ. prelature of lull Peru in Cuba. Haiti and i-Illa labor strikes and in- remained in the church nearly for Communion they arrangea John N. Neumann C.SS.R., of Grath C.SOof Panama City

we should distinguish the since 1957, as titular Bishop of Paraguay other s o oi'e .pots. flation.cil one hour. conference with a Priest to Philadelphia was beatified in has been named chairman of

world in its disparaging sense Antiochia and Meandrum. Meanwhile they sent a check on the youngster's readi Rome, another John Neumann the committee arranging the
and the men who live in the
Bishop-elect Fedders was young man who had accompanied entered the Church at a Baptism program.
ness. At Mass on the big day
,world.idea of This the will mission give of a better Faith born Dec. 4, 1913, in Covington Inspire Boys to Study For them to telephone military itself, at Communion time the here. f

Kentucky, and ordained on headquarters telling 1 1 i family group enters the sanctuary The new Catholic is John MASONRY?

and the scope of Catholic Ac- June 11, 1944. The Maryknoll where they were. Then a military with the child betweenhis Neumann Zirkel the seventh ASBESTOS SIDING?
will also CONCRETE BLOCK?
tion. It clarify our
pastoral preaching on 'the missioner served as a teacher Priesthood, Pope Pleads convoy of trucks and parents, to receive Com-'child of Don Zirkel, news editor Is home STUCCO?

and rector of Puno's minor ?. armored personnel carriers ar- munion. of the Tablet Brooklyn diocesan your BRICK?

'world and, provide a better seminary, as a pastor in Puno (Cntlnaed, from Pare One,) of Trent far from becomingweak ; rived in front of the church. newspaper. ASPHALT SIDING

understanding of the"Christian and then superior general of milieu in both the family and in the following centuries After a short conversation out- The infant is the! 102nd descendent -
vocation to holiness. the Maryknoll Fathers in Latin side the church with an officer. Approves Theme of the late John Neu-
the school," the Pope said. torn as they were in I.
the U.S.
At Bishops'
press America. Ngo dinh Diem and his brother BOMBAY (NC) -Pope Paul mann of Brooklyn an immigrant .
,panel Bishop Victor J. Reed of The Pope's apostolic letter many nations by ideologies and l
; were seen entering a personnel VI has approved the theme and.; from Bavaria who --
Oklahoma City and Tulsa said customs averse to the teachingand :
began by recalling the historical | carrier. The convoy then mottos for the 38th Interna-i claimed to be related to Bishop
that the American Bishops do Panama City's Loss salvific mission of the 7'NEW
moved off around 9:50 GI T
background which led the a.m. tional Eucharistic Congress to :Neumann of Philadelphia. Officiating -
not want to speak of Church Church, have become more developed
VATICAN CITY (XC) I Council of Trent to its decreeon At 11 a.m. the official radio be held here Nov. 28 to Dec. J at the Baptism in St.
and State in the quickly surpassing the I
present Archbishop Francis Beckmann announced the two had "com The church here
6, 1964. approval was Ignatius Loyola
seminaries. The Pope made confines of and match. LIFE
schema but prefer that it be Europe
,
C.M., 80 of Panama City died mitted suicide" at 10:45.: made 'known in a cable re- developed in schema number special note of England's Reginald ing the progress of Catholicismin 1 THi3es1yTe.sE
here after heart attack.
a The late President was shot ceived from Valerian Cardinal :son of John Neumann of
17, which is on the Church in Cardinal Pole who issueda the Americas and even in
The Dutch-born Vincentianwas several times in the back. His Gracias, Archbishop of Bombay :Brooklyn.
decree seminaries in his the mission lands."
the modern world. on
on his way to a November brother was stabbed in the who is at the ecumenical
Bishop Reed continued by meeting of the ecumenical ;area. Cardinal Pole's decree The Holy See, he said has' chest and also shot in the back. council. 'Stamps Needed

council when he was stricken.He was approved by a London always sought to give normsor The theme is "The Eucharistand ALLEHAXV: The Sisters

was carried to the Vatican Synod in 1550 and served as a the spiritual and cultural| Notes Progress the New Man." The mottos 'of St. Francis are conducting [ID WO
model for the decree later approved needs of seminaries "ac ordirig
Deadlines infirmary where he died. ; LAGOS, Nigeria (XC-l\1on. are: for Catholics, "He who ;a: stamp drive to aid their missions -
Trent.
by to the circumstances of time 1
News stories from any source Born in 1883 in Enschede. signor Charles B. Mouton 37 Eats :Me He also shall Live 1 in Brazil and Jamaica.
.h..ld reachXhe Flortd Catholic- the Netherlands he was or- The Pope said: and place." from arrived Any cancelled stamps both
,. Lafayette newly because of Me" (John 6, 58)); -
off lr no later than Monday; ; news dained in 1913, consecrated "We must be immensely It was at this point that the' lomestic and
pictures should reach the editor by secretary at the apostolic dele- and for non-Catholics, "Walkin <: foreign are ac
Friday for publication in the fol auxiliary Bishop of Panama grateful to the Lord that the Pope stressed the need for the 1 gation.here for Central West Love" (Eph. 5, 2)). 'ceptable. A i inch margin LATEXMASONRY

lowingfrlday's isaoo. City in 1940 and became Arch- system of seminaries decidedon cooperation; of both clergy and, Africa said that the Holy See should be left around the

bishop in 1945. by the Fathers of the Coun- laity in preparing seminarians. is "looking forward to great stamps to prevent damage.

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