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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 15, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ST. AUGUSTINE-Next week, national attention will

be called to St. Augustine's Quadricentennial observancein iH

I 1 I 1965 when a presentation; is made to the President of

f If XXV, No. 3 Orlando, Florida, Friday, November 15, 1963 lOt the United States: A facsimile of the first page of the

oldest written record of anykind in the U.S. will be pre- d : _

sented to President John F. Kennedy when he is in Tampaon

Monday November 18.
V Cardinals at odds over Father Michael V. Gannon director of the Mission of

Nombre de Dios here will go to Tampa to present Presi-

dent Kennedy the copy of the first page entry of the St.

rules governing Church Augustine parish registers dated June 25,1594-the oldest -

.f written records in the nation
prlate Inscription, which reads:
The presentation will take
VATICAN CITY (NC-Four American Cardinals in Council have voiced differ-
in
place the Fort Hesterly "Mission of Xombre de DIo,
ing views on giving greater power to national episcopal conferences such as the Na- Armory in Tampa on Monday Saint Augustine Florida. 400th

\ tional Catholic Welfare Conference. afternoon. The President will Anniversary, t56:5: -19f5, Fac-
I Their different viewpoints came after the sixth week of the second session of the be there to address the annual simile of First Entry in Parish

Second Vatican Council saw two other outstanding relates> clash over the role of the meeting of the Florida State Registers June 25, 1594.: Oldest
Roman Curia. Chamber of Commerce. Written Records! In the United
He said juridical half of 120 other American Bishops
' I At the general council meet. power The copy of the parish reg- states, Presented to the Hon.Isters' -
would actually the decentralization took the middle .
promote position.He
first has been
Ing of November ,8 the debate entry pre- orable John F. Kennedy, Presl-
"because accordIng pared especially for the pre- dent of the United States."
came to a dramatic high point said "the chief aim of
to the principle of subsidi-
when Joseph Cardinal Frings conference decisions Is to assist sentation next Monday. -
1tI
arity when problems are solvedon ParIsh registers of Saint Au-
of Cologne all in The first page, or first entry, -
Germany, vigorous. Bishops the spirit of fraternal -
the local ;
the oldest written
level central is gustine Florida .
translated below. A
sharp, _
ly objected to the practices of cooperation."As -,
has records of kind In the '
authority no need to Inter brownstone facsimile has been any -
the Curia's top body the
sup "
vene. formulated in the United States first entry dat-
reme sacred congregation of pres- made reproduced to actual
Albert Cardinal Meyer of ent text (before council) this handed June 25. 1594-
the Holy Office.Defending size 13 1/2 x 11 1/2 and _
Chicago speaking on the be- CARDINALS Page 10 somely framed with an approTranscrintion _
It was! its secretary &
En 25 dias del mes de junlo .. _
Alfredo Cardinal Ottavi.ani. I
-
on ecumenism includes y de noventa Ano de y mil quatro y quinientos(anos yo) Oldest written; ;records: in U. S. I

Early this week, these Amer- Diego Scobar de Sambrana curay Monsignor John P. Burns (right) ing with Father Michael V. Gannon
statement
I icans said, in council sessions: against antiSemitismSoviet -vicario destas provinclas is pastor of ,the Cathedral in St.: Augustine director of the oldest mission, St. Au-

James F. Cardinal McIntyre de la Florida, ciudad y fuerte de Florida. His parish has the gustine's Nombre de Dios. A facsimileof

of Los Angeles: "Episcopal conferences VATICAN CITY (NC) secretariat for promoting Christian design, the Church has its roots 'i St. Augustin, por El Maestro oldest written records of any kind in the first entry in the parish regis-

can be accepted if they Following is the text of the Unity of which Augustine In the covenant made by God ;son fray( ) Antonio Dias de the United States its registers dating ters will be presented to President
are on a voluntary basis but are Cardinal Bea is president. It Is with Abraham and hIs descend-I i Salzedo obispo( ) de Cuba y
communique issued Novem- from 1594, which he is shown examin- John F. Kennedy in Tampa on Monday.
to be deplored if they assume to form the fourth chapter of ants. ]por ssercania destas provincias

q a strictly juridical character." ber 8 on the statement on the schema on ecumenism, the 1 baptize, puse olio y crisma, a I 1 .

lIe said giving juridical power anti-Semitism issued to the first three chapters of which This plan of salvation for all Maria hija lejitima de Sr. '

I to conferences "could be interpreted ecumenical council Fathers: had already been submitted to mankind finds its culminationin Ximenes de la Queba y de Iducator answers 'Post:

.) as an attack on the This morning there was distributed the Bishops.The the coming of Jesus Christ Maria Melendes su mujer

I Roman Curia and thus an Indirect to the Fathers of the son of David and descendant of fueron sus padrinos, Adrian de
document Is entirely re- Abraham Catholic schools
the
according to
attack on the Infallibilityof Second Vatican Council a drafton Canizales y :Maria Ruiz su stronger
H&ioUH in Its contents and flesh. Through Him the di-
the Pope. "The Attitude of Catholics mujer todos Xzs (Christianos)
spiritual in its purpose.It vine call first
given to the
Joseph Cardinal RItter of St. Toward Non-Christians, Particularly I desta ciudad. En ffe de lo qual!
chosen people of old is extended !MANCHESTER New Jews described the crisis as eliminate some of the early
J Louis took the opposite view. Toward the Jews" (De Is out of an ever-growing lo firme de mi ne; firmo( ) ut
I He said giving binding force to Catholicorum Ilabitudine ad appreciation of the Church's through His Church to the supra. Hampshire (NC) United "one of the most serious and elementary grades in Catholic
conference decisions seems necessary Nonchristianos et Maxime ad sacred heritage that the council -entire world. Diego Scobar States Catholic education "is least appreciated" problems schools. He told an education

to give support to individual Udaeos). pays attention to the Jews, A second point the draft de Sambrana Vicario( ) not in trouble, but rather in facing American education to- conference sponsored by the

I Bishops in spiritual This draft was prepared overa not as a race or a nation butas makes is that the responsibilityfor (Rubrica) the strongest position in its day.U.S. Manchester diocese:

I social and moral problems. period of two years by the the chosen people of the Old Christ's death falls upon TranslationOn history" according to Dr. Catholic education Dr. \Ve must provide Catholic

Testament. The clear and Unequivocal sinful mankind. It was to atone William H Conley presidentof Conley said, while not in trouble education for all Catholic children .
the 25th of the monthof
language of the text for the sins of every man that day and stronger than ever, and
obstruction showsin Sacred Heart Universityin youth through the
June of the Year thousand
one -
gives the secretariat confidencethat the Son of God willingly offered "is experiencing growing of '*
five hundred and ninety- Bridgeport, Connecticut.Dr. expansion facilities.1
no other motive will be himself on the Cross. pains
111 vacant seats at RomeBy read into it than that of the four I, Diego Scobar de Sam Conley head of the na He criticized shared time At the same time another
The part the Jewish leadersof brana Curate and Vicar of tion's first Catholic
college entirely programs and proposals to
all-embracing love of the late CRITICS Page 10
Christ's day played in bringIng these provinces of Florida, city staffed by laymen does
John who himself had
Father Placid Jordan Pope -
about the Crucifixion does and fort of St. for '
Augustine, not with
agree a "Saturday
ROME (NC-According to the best survey that can pared wished for that the the council theme Fathers.be pre- not exclude the guilt of all man-,.His Excellency Fray Antonio Evening Post" article that said .Dep t. of Education J

be made here the iron and bamboo curtains are keeping The draft deals first with kind. But the personal guilt of4"Dias de Salzedo Bishop of that the U.S. Catholic school J.i
111 Bishops from attending the Second Vatican Council. these leaders cannot be chargedto Cuba and its surrounding provinces system "is showing alarming
the deep bond that ties the 3 institutesJACKSONVILLE
The total may not be complete. Conspicuously absent are Church to the chosen peopleof the whole Jewish! people christened and anointedwith symptoms of potential col sponsors
Archbishop Josef Beran of Prague and four other Czech- the Old Testament. either of :His time or today.It holy oil and chrism Maria: lapse.**

oslovakian Bishops recently released from government is therefore unjust to call legitimate daughter of Senor The article, carried In the -Two of three area workshops for

confinement but to all indications According to God's merciful this people "deicide" or to con Ximenes de la Queba and of Post's October 26 issue and elementary school teachers of the Diocese have been held
true of the soviet zone of Germany Maria Melendes, his wife, her written by Thomas J. Fleming this week here and in Orlando. The third meeting is
not yet fully free. sider it "cursed" by God. St.
with i its seven Bishops. Rally of Nov. 17 Paul, in his letter to the Romans -godparents being Adrian de winner of the 1962 Brotherhood scheduled to occupy the attention today of teachers in
The contingent from the Canizales and Maria Ruiz, his award of the National Tampa from west coast schools.
Czechoslovakian The East German Bishop ab- assures us that God has
hierarchy set, west coast HISTORICAL Page 10 Conference of Christians and Staffs of
schools
CoUNCILs, Page 10 parish are given the
inched from three to four In sent is Auxiliary Bishop Josef opportunity at

the second session, out of a Freusberg of Fulda. He remained ST. PETERSBURG-Holy the area meetings, to meet
Name Societies of the West
total with consultants from the
of 15.Regarding
at his home in Erfurt Coast deanery will rally in St. Declarations

the Far East. as h"....."..,_.."'... ......#. .h1... c..A...". n."u" A Q5"__"_". Petersburg on Sunday November publishers of the textbooks
I during the previous council 17.Monsignor. used in the Catholic school

t session none of the 10 Bishopsof Since all of the bishoprics In James J. Meehan, authenticate system in this Diocese.

North Vietnam were allowedto the Soviet Union are vacant, Subjects covered at the area
pastor of St. Jude's, will celebrate -
leave the country.The the Catholics of that nation are the dialogue Mass at martyr story meetings Include language arts
not represented in the council. social
studies
mathematics,
same applies to the Chinese 12:30 p.m. in St. Jude Church. religion
: hierarchy, at least!' 17 of Nineteen exiled Ukrainian The special sermon will be RO\IE (NC) The directorof IT science music and test

whom are jailed and all others Rite prelates came from the given by Father Lawrence S. Rome's "Martyr Church" ing.The
exiled. United States Canada Australia Cunningham.The exhibit has answered Yugoslav publishers have sent

1 Argentina Brazil, charges that the exhibit's section consultants from their companies
Upon the arrival of four more France, Germany Italy and remainder of the rally-. on persecution in Yugo- to the week's meetings
9 Bishops from Poland 27 of luncheon, seminar and Benediction and the
Yugoslavia.Also slavia twists history with the teachers have the opportunity
that country's prelates are now of the :Most Blended. challenge: "Let them prove It!" to clarify any questions
hereoutofatotalof7O.Slxty.four here is Archbishop Sat"ramt"nt-will take place at Father Domenico ChianellaSJ. that may have arisen; so
Josyf Slipyi of Lvov who was
had applied for Bishop Barry High School ., said: far in the use of the text
travel permits which indicatesthat released from a soviet prison which is just a few blocks from books.At .

the Polish government refused earlier this year. St. Jude's. \Ve have taken these photos
The exiled White Russian from documented books on the general meeting on
to allow 37 to come to
Rome. Bishop Boleslao Sloskans, now! Representatives from 45 communist persecution of Catholics November 11 which opened the
residing in Belgium is present. other parishes will gather at in Yugoslavia." jJtVi1i first institute, in Jacksonvilleat
All 28 of the Bishops from noon at St. Jude's to begin St. Paul parish Monsignor
Yugoslavia vere able to come Absent again are the three i marching into church at 12:15 Father Chianella was referring Patrick i<;. Xolan '..p., the
again this time. The same is REDS, Page 10 p.m. to a charge by Yugoslav I pastor, welcomed the guest
... ,.__ _.. Dusan
spokesman Blagojevicthat
t.: """"' '- """'" "':
and net the for well-
the display Is a "distortionof __ .. pace a
filled schedule.:
...." historical and long known Textbook experts assist at workshopsThree

facts," and another by the Belgrade !. of several textbook consulreading, and :Miss Roberta McKinney, Ills remarks at the opening

government paper 'Bor- tants in the Diocese indicated to the teachers the
this week to admusic, of Ginn and Company; Sister
ba that the exhibit's photos splendid opportunity that the
,
dress area workshops are pictured in Mary Thecla O.S.U.. civics of Mentzer
really show Orthodox victimsof workshops presented for scrutiny -
Croatia's wartime fascist Jacksonville with two grade school Bush and Company; and Sister John of the textbooks in use

< government. principals: from left, Mrs. W. H. AlaBride O.P., of Assumption School with consultants from the corn-

loney, of Trinity Academy Jacksonville Jacksonville. Their took that
Croatia is one of six republicsin meeting place panies publish the texts.
"- the Federated People's Republic ; Miss Mary Ellen Heffernan in St. Paul's parish. Father Terence J. Farrelly

of Yugoslavia. pastor of St. James School In

Thanksgiving brings clothing driveto Orlando greeted the area's
Father Chianella showed a teachers gathered at his parish

list of 362 Croat Bishops school on November 13.

Priests seminarians and Brothers minds of, United States CatholicsThis The final meeting of the
killed by communists week was scheduled to begin
from 1940 to 19:>>1.
DI-P'T.. Page 10
r week's mail to the Indicated that the time Is near in most parishes, by lay organization
The list-which includes the parishes brought kits of mafor the 15th annual Catholic !*. Customarily the volunteers --

iiF dates places and circumstancesof terial to all parishes in the Thanksgiving Clothing collec-- sort and pack the clean Council News.
each murder-was drawn up in the "'.\l.'IC.CITi.: .NC
Diocese. The postmarkSt.tion United states. clothing: which is brought to ( ) -
by a Vatican official and pub- .k <". Monsignor Tralnor chairman designated locations. Pope Paul VI will receive
lished by Nouvelles Editions the United States hierarchy
F of the Board of Catholic Pastors name the location
; Latines of Paris. In audience on Friday No

;, 'Ml1JIIk : r.w;; ;, I To another charge by "Borba"that Charities traditionally calls where persons giving clothingare vembei15..

Father the attention of the pastors to asked to take the bundlesof
the exhibit which has displays The same day, the Pope is
!1 on persecutions in aU Patrick J. the vast collection of clothing bedding or wearable clothes. scheduled to go to the council
> communist-dominated countries taken up each year i nth e These collection depots are indicated to promulgate the schema

is contrary to the spirit TrainorPetersburg name of the American Bishops.He to donors In their own on communications media
i i of the late Pope John XXIII. recalled the slogan Give parish announcements. and the decree on the liturgy.

;| Father Chianella replied that thanks by giving.He Every donated article Is It is also reported that he Is

t_.__ I Pope John had sent his blessings urged the pastors to give shipped to the central collection to decree concession! on faculties -
to the exhibit. The Priest -indicated, that this help to destitute and home- depot there to be distributed !'- to all Bishops of dl-

. Bicycle riders and safety rules showed a letter from the Papal the package came from Monsignor less wherever American Catholic -. as the need arises, to orese on matters which until

Secretariat of State conveyingthe Patrick J. Trainor's relief reaches. those areas in the world whereit no"r were reserved unto

Ten seconds after school lets out Melbourne, this is the scene. These Pope's good wishes for the office.Its The pastors! will be aided In is most needed and will do the Curia.Jrf .

at Our Lady of Lourdes parish in children are taught safety rules. exhibit. delivery to the parishes the collection of the clothing the most good.




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Florida Cardinal stresses


r St. Petersburg TampaVilla Lake Wales P. layman's work needsROME

St. Joseph Madonna Neve Holy Spirit
NC =.Ernesto Cardinal Ruffini of Palermo
(
I Strong families are ) ,
Parishioners are savingpapers The Laura Vacuna civics
for a paper drive club of Villa Madonna Neve members whose Italy, has stressed the necessity of the work of the laymanin

planned on December 4 at St. school has been given a charter. values are woven five main fields: politics, the press, education, labor

Joseph School. Proceeds from The affiliation came from the whole life Mrs. Helen and entertainment The 75-year-old ,Cardinal recently- tolda

the sale of the paper will go commission on American citizenship Hudson has said press conference here: in the entire field of labor, he

towards the purchase of school at the Catholic University a member of the "There is no need to talk said.

equipment, sponsored by the of America in Washington Webber College and ..
of the legitimacy:: of the lay "The workers are getting
St. Joseph's Mothers Club. D.C. Officers 0 f the guest speaker at the "
J apostolate It is more useful to away from us, he said. "We
club are Malinda Elsberry meeting of the Club of
.T St. Joseph Manor discuss its 'can ring our church bell and
Stella Women. necessity.
president; Mary Lazarra, .
\ The auxiliary plans a card hold ceremonies, but where are
vice-president; and Barbara :Mrs. H. J. \ "Catholics must have the
party at the St. Joseph Manor, the workers? It is up to laymen .
,
Ann Polcino, secretary. chairman of the '< ;: "' ;; 'Y:.t. a,,5.:"' holy ambition "to" arrive at a
----- -- ": into
, Saturday. November 23, at 1:30: to go factories shops
p.m. Patrons are invited. There Anna Maria Island ipation in the annual meetmq.... of NCCW leaders point where they can help and commercial and industrial

f will be prizes and refreshments St. Bernard giving Clothing : With :Mrs. Schoebert is :Mrs. Norman make laws. Catholics must take complexes to reach where the

The manor is the home Winter visitors are invitedto A Christmas tea to the Boatright (center) of Augusta, Geor- part ,in political life,, not to clergy cannot go, he said.
and clinic for the aging. join a circle formed just for Sisters of the parish conquer by violence but to As for entertainment the
be served at the Women gia, provincial NCCW director, and ,
Guild"oC will legitimately bring Christian Cardinal noted that "televisionis
them by the St. Bernard
St. Mary\ Mrs. A. R. Updike Jr. meeting Mrs. Raymond Nihill, a Miami DCCW "
Anna Maria Island. Membership principles to bear. the school of the family,

St. Martin Guild members registration Is being I ed Lane. Sister M. vice-president. In the field of education, he and the need for convinced

will hold a card party in aid of Kenosha Sisters of i in the whole field of
handled by Mrs. Merle Crouse said, "the' school l is sometimes laymen
I Immaculate Conception parish at 778-2641. inic, the principal of more important than the the arts is great.

on Wednesday, Novvember 20, Plans for the circle were ish's Academy of St. Church. Enemies of the Church
at 130: in St. at the Events Cardinal Ruffini closed the
f p.m. Mary's hall. was a guest Coming
made known at the November begin by attacking the schools, .
_ All patrons are invited to conference by outlining a fhe.point
as- meeting.
meeting at Annie Silver Hall, leaving the churches until
sist the group in this series Three new Thin column lists future benefit, pedal meeting and erent of more ) program asa basis for an
attended by 32 members of the local intvre.t. Advance notice of regular meetincc will be omitted. later. Missionaries open schools
of benefits. Mrs. effective layman's apostolate.First .
4 sented were !
"
I
Guild.It .
before building churches.
Mandel, Mrs. Joseph dance, November 16, beef dinner Saturday night;
was announced that a and foremost he placed
I Plant City and Miss Corrine CI'eekrmory, Orlando, chicken barbecue, November He said Catholics should
bake sale will take place on living oneTs faith morally andas
St. Clement Andrew Guild, Sponsor. 24, 11 a.m. on. imitate the communists and
. November 16 at Holmes Beach then followedreal
example
an ;
The annual bazaar and din JacksonvilleWoman's ," November :Fall dance Jacksonville, try to fill chairs of philosophy:! ,
shopping center.
of Chris
and serious study
ner sponsored by the St. Cle- The annual fall ClubP. 10 n.fl14 talent contest 4 Southslde Woman's Club, :Xovember physics and medicine in state ,
ment's Altar Society will be rummage N. Coleman, .; ham dinner 4:307 p.m. 23. 9 p.m.; San Jose and private universities. to tian teachings; profound con-
sale will beheld on the church viction of the truth of one'sreligion
served In the parish hall on board chairman of the dance, 8 p.m.; Ascen Parish Guild, sponsor. make the full effect of Christian -
I grounds on December 7. action rather than
North Thomas Street, Plant Scholarship parish, Eau Gallie. Incarnation fall festival teaching felt. ;
criticism and lastly
City on Saturday November Sarasota I Bake sale Holmes Beach passive ;
Jacksonville, was u n church grounds, Sarasota, 10 love.
needed
23 from 4 to 8:30: p.m. Dinner, Incarnation: speaker for the (center November to 10, November 23. Laymen are vitally
with a choice of ham or turkey. The fall festival. on which an's Club on :Monday St. Bernard Cuild.
will be served from 5 to 8 p.m. the members the Ave Maria ber 11.Mrs. party, X o- Card party, St. JoepliManor Lourdes visited by
:: St. Petersburg, X 0-
Tickets are $1.25.for. adults Guild of Incarnation Church, Harry: Kimball 16, 1:30: () p.m. CD A
ember' 23 1:30
,
and 65 cents for children, coffee -have been working since early John J. Heater St. Petersburg. p.m. 53 council Fathers
Plant CitIta..' Society
and dessert included. summer, will be held on the chairmen, Bazaar and dinner 1 p.m.
All members of the society church grounds on Bee Ridge Myra Wellington! ; \. .' 17, Winter ( arden bazaar and dinner Nov'ember

have tickets to sell. Tickets Road, just east of Tuttle Avenue on a home care ) Auditorium Holy Fam 23, 4-8:30 p.m. LOURDES (NC-Fifty-three) Archbishops and Bish..

j also may be purchased at the on Saturday November ; Women's Guild, Winter Spaghetti dinner. Camp ops from throughout the world took advantage of a four-

door. There will be booths featuring 23, from 10 in the morning until Port Orange ; : "'pon or. San Pedro November 23, day recess at the ecumenical council to make a weekend
1 benefit Maitlaiid
fancy w o r k, baked 10 at night. Epiphany all deanery rally West p.m. par pilgrimage here. The prelates, assisted at a Mass offered
floods: religious articles, Christmas Fifteen booths will" offer all Nine new members St. Jude Cliui-cl St. ish. in the Lourdes basilica by Bishop Archbishop Albert V.
) cards plants and "white kinds of merchandise for gift corned at the recent (' & ;'*ember IT, Oii-cus Time Dance.: !'o.' souza._ or Calcutta.
vember 23 Jai Alai will be led
Tampa that they
elephants." Mrs. Paul Woods giving, practical home needs, of the Epiphany : p.m. :Mass. charity
Fronton, St. Patrick Altar Bishop Pierre M. Theas of to Jesus Christ.
and Mrs. Tilrow Morrison are holiday decorative items, oil en's Club of Port Turkey dinner, November
and Rosary Society. Tarbes and Lourdes welcomedthe "That is the conviction whichall
J general chairmen. paintings by local artists, home plans were completed American Legion hall,
Dance, November 30, 9 the council Fathers would
Proceeds will go to the gen confections of every description turkey dinner to be t Orange Epiphany Cath p.m. visiting council Fathers in
to 1 Riverside Women's in all souls.
a.m.. like to impress
eral fund which is used for religious articles dolls the American Woman's Club, sponsor. early November and noted the
, Club Jacksonville, :Most: holyIte.leener "The only reason for the
church improvements. and toys. Port Orange on Hake Sale November( 17, presence of three Yugoslav Bishops -
sponsor.Rummage Church to exist." he said, "is
A midway will be an added Mrs.\ Clarence of Martyrs Guild, Sar-
who had been detained
sale, December to help each man receive the
attraction, featuring high wire general chairman. sponsor.!
ST. PETERSBURGThe aerial : 3-1, 112 North Garden Street, several times in their country.He holiness of God.
performances by pro- imer :Kozak is in Ire cream social, Noveimi.
fessional entertainers, elephantand tickets. .. 17, .J-. p.m. St. Kaph.iel Clearwatcr. sponsor St. I'at- said that one of them had "Whether one belongs to the
o n rides, as well as rick Women's Guild of Ijurgo. Lourdes world of the rich or the worldof
p .y Other activities "lal hall Snell I sle.DCCW come to especially to
Card party, December 5, the whether one worksin
poor
Major Jack and his Rascals.
the Christmas Hoard Xo-
are Meeting thank the Blessed Virgin for
Flower Dell Refreshments of food, coffee with Mrs. Lawrence >r 20; Mass at 8 a.m; Whimpering Hills Country having helped him to be true a factory or In an office
8621355"r. Club, Tius\illc.( St. Teresa every person should be con
and cold drinks will be avail-
Miss Polly P e r z as and business! at Cherry to his Faith in difficult times.
Florist & Gifts "
able at all times. and Catholic Woman's Club sponc vinced of his call to holiness
men; a candy Hotel. Orlando.
: Theas then
Bishop spoke on
I 1621 I Central St. Petersburg Mrs. Ben Talluto in DeLiand fall festival. X 0- the council the prelate said.
; saying
Largo Card party, December 6,
Phone: 862-4722 or 862.7961 Mrs. Alfred Lilly is ; =.23, parish grounds;
St. Patrick St. Tel.sa parish, Tilus\ille
todian of religious "What has dominated I di.'us. ST. PETERSBURGENJOY
The November luncheon
Woman's Club
sponsor.
Following the "sion at the council has been
meeting "of St. Patrick '\"om.en's Beach Anna Maria Island rummage -
ther David Page s the call to holiness for all men
I Guild was held at the colored slides of \ Halifax Area Catholic sale, St. Bernard of all civilizationand of all

American Legion Tall with C3 Adult Club, newly I church grounds, December 7. languages."All AUTOMATIC

roaolnos5Vi women in attendance. Brandon organization, has pre Bazaar, December, school ISIF 1'll ill

J There was a special meeting a check for $100 to Cath-- hall, St. Joseph:! Guild, Bra- men are destined to be ic.eep.riiieoDELIVERY

T -, ; rti :: on the afternoon of November NativityThe principal of Charities. dentoii, sponsor. united to God. It is by apostolic
12 at the Florida Power''COnl-
School, Sister M. club is made up of Phone:
L-; pany, Clearwater, for a food
demonstration.The the Sisters of the :\ single adults whose ob Priest promoted Edouard C. Craig St. Pete 898-1111

call annual Christmas party Trinity, will speak on : is to serve religious, VATICAN CITY (NC)-Monsignor Contractor and Distributor Clearwater-446-8314
I ments for school : and civic needs in the
will be held on December.at Henry Cosgrove of the for
the American Legion at 1:30: the 'meeting. Brooklyn diocese has been promoted p
Vikon
7:30 p:m., of Home Helen McGarrity of to the post of qualifica-: Metal Ceramic
1 th.ofyourhome p.m.Coming events Include a Association members Charities accepted the tor of the sacred congregationof L and Mosaic Tiles OLDEST and LARGESTIN

rummage.sale on December 3rd parish,.The jneeting donation from the presi. the holy office, where he! 9l7-94th St. So 347-4101 PINELLAS

and 4th at the rummage center held in-the of the club, Claude Melan. has held the rank of minutantesince

Center .
112 North Garden Street 1957.
% Clearwater. Donors may call Nativity's teaching Madeira Beach Bank
;year helped the
Mrs information.Daniel Cramer 5842736for derstand that H. MADEIRA BEACH

INTERESTCATHOLiC evening before' the Member __, -..
All Saints Day. A Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. i@;

SUBSCRIBE held in the classes a Phone 391-9911 Open Sat. 9-12 ..

children paraded as

tron saints. Two

Church-Hospital NOW awarded in each For Catholics Of Pinellas County
most original and to '
School \ S 5 I
tiest. Father David % Calvary CemeteryEndowed

BONDS and the teachers
judges.DeLand. CareU.

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CITY ....... STATE. . _. Mrs. Richard Low Cost
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November 23 with ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA

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Curley is from the Member F.D.I.C.

Sy Given .'LI..; J\LF. MHorl'I O CENTER Bob Bushman Jesuit missioners. /1' GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK

840 34th AtKNt'K; >O.. ST. PETERS (;HG. }'I..'. PHONE S9.-018t The morning Mass

ing Mission will be at : .

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KINGFISHRESTAURANT children at 7:30: o'clock.from S /4'/, I. After ChurchC

through the eighth ; 5.j;
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grams. I
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Chicken and.Steaks Cushioned B II. destitu sponsored, by the American Bishopsin CAFETERIA TYRONE 1031 SHOPPINC- 58th ST. NO.CENTER

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I .#. 4k4 .. :f? s f '" lr, :;.... -:}/3 College aid compromise bill passed by houseWASHINGTON


? (XO)-Fed- mathematics, modern foreign gates during the conferenceto On the junior college level,

; i -4 i 4 4 ;, : j eral assistance for some .construction languages and engineering. iron out a compromise bill. .the funds would be restrictedto
; institutions.
q :4fj costs inched closer to It would specifically bar use: would have permitted a tax public
::-xt* 4 I & After house United
America's public and private of federal funds for any facilityto payer to block in federal court passage
?1- t States commissioner of educa-
A1 be used for "sectarian In-
k colleges as the house passeda assistance for construction at
..Jio4<..., tion Francis Keppel praisedthe
+ ,.+ : struction, for religious wor-
; J4 church-related institution
on
i ri: '" "' .7 -. S1.2 billion ,bill. a action.h".e desperatelyneed
.. ship or primarily any partof church-state grounds.
i;: :
The
v proposed five-year pro- the program of school or this bill. Obviously I
: -' "'> Accredited institutions o f ,** he said.
itill
hope
gram of outright grants and repayable -department of divinity. pass
higher education could seek When committees were
: :1I loans was sent by a Restrictions on use of a build
1 : : It either loans or grants. If a gathering testimony on the bill,
I 258 to 93 vote on November 6 ing constructed with aid of chose loan it would
college a they were told by educatorsthat
: : to the senate without any opposing federal grants W o u 1 d be get up to 75 per cent of abuilding's by 197O. the number of
( j dropped by the government 20
cost from the
4 debate. gov students seeking admission to
years after completion of the
., ernment. If it selected a grant, institutions of higher educationwill
; A poniproniive bet wren \'ervions structure.
: an institution would get only be almost double the total
..
.. ...,.-; > ;
'" b > adopted by theo. chain- The bill does not contain a one-third of the cost. campus enrollment of 3.6 million

Melbourne offers eight grades in parish school hems. the bill would help eolIrRex controversial judicial review in 1960.Roughly .
Sisters of St. Dominic of clause inserted earlier the loans must be repaid titlun
and universities, including on 40 per cent of the
Adrian, :Michigan, staff the Catholic book reviewsPaperback those churchrelated.Help senate floor at the urging of 50 years, with interest.Although nation's college students attend

S parish school at Our Ladyof southern legislators the program would church-related and other

Lourdes in Melbourne. is intended to meet con- charged the bill violated the extend over a file-year period private institutions. The U.S.
L Here, Sister Clifford Mary series helps lay reader struction costs of libraries and constitution by assisting the bill proposes funds for only Office of Education lists 805

O.P. supervises a. 1962-63 buildings to be used for instruction church-related colleges. three years with assurancesthat of the 2,028 U.S. colleges and
group of children during a FOUNDATIONS OF" word of the general editor; addition to the library of any or research 1 nth. That provision, dropped at; money would be forthcoming universities as under religious

The CATHOLIC THEOLOGY, "These volumes do not thoughtful Catholic. natural and physical sciences, the insistence of house dele- in the other two. auspices.
Melbourne school

game.offers eight grades and kin- series Gerard S.edited Sloyan.by Prentice-Father They adopt an neither apologetic attempt approach.to justify Similarities BOOK between E\IS) VaticanI .. < ff : ; :?' : i

dergarten. Hall Inc. $1.50 paper. Catholic Faith nor aim and Vatican II don't end 'I { : ,. ? 2 ; &* ;:' **, :; :

With the greater participa. at convincing those who do with the pace, according to !;; ; ., .,. -a' x4 ,
tion of the laity in the teach- not profess it of the reason- Father James J. HennesseySJ.

I New Films I ing of Catholic doctrine there ableness of believing. This ., who teaches Church his- t' '"< '. .. ,/,,i .. -.. .
has been an increased need series is written primarilyfor at in ,; "S'4411"., ) : 1 .,: ;\ : ( 1 1.A.
p j tory Loyola Seminary <: ,{>: ..\.. \ :; -.... ..
Morally Unobjectionable For for good and penetrating those w h o already be- Shrub Oak, New York. ... ,
I Adults and AdolescentsCHUHHIXCUKA studies of Catholic theology lieve, who accept the Churchas Author of the new book, .

(Japan) written for the inquiring lay the living continuation of "The First Council of the Vat

4 NIGIITMARK Univ.) man. This need has resultedin Christ and the Scriptures as ican: The American Experi.
1i ROCXI OK TUUMI-KTS:: recent years in welter of divinely inspired." ence," father Hennessey will

(Hal.) books on theology and allied We have had the chance to soon teach at Gregorian Uni-- .;

i, Morally ITiiolijec"tion.l>le fields. examine one of these volumesIn ersity, Rome. L.1;
For Adults Some of the efforts have some detail. Sister Borro- The majority attending ""Vat .. ,..
i'i MURIKL: (Fr.) been good, while others have meo's The Image of Cod in ican I favored an explicit dec ,'

TAKE HER; bHK\S; 31 INK been less felicitous. There is Creation treats of the origin of laration of papal infallibility,

(Fox) still a need for theological material creation, the creationof while the minority were op I' i

I Morally Objectionable .n Part literature that exhibits a de the angelic nature, and the posed. -. .- "'#Y4 ..: '" '

,, }'or11 gree of sophistication while origin and fall of man. Her approach One of the two negativevotes >< .: 'W1', .1.. ...... ". 0,,
.
PALM: Sl'RIXfiS WKKKEMI :( avoiding pedantry or technical is scriptural and theo- cast on the proposal came (Warn.) ity. logical.It from an American Bishop f. .
> i L''i. ..
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IT'SL.U: :\LU.1.1)) : This need has been filled toa is to her credit that she Edward Fitzgerald of Little .&: ; h;_:'',: < __::; '., .....,,...<.. ,'--t. ., ._" <-"". '-: S'S S _.
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degree by a new has resisted any temptation to --*.* __y' y..x___ ,""A .k,' .. .'A_ A .
HIIJK .\NI) SKKK paperhound books called Foundations construct a "harmony" be- bishop Peter Richard Kenrickof '- '.. > *-( ,- y"' ,;,]jt'r ; _
(Brit.> lUniv-Intl.) of Catholic Theolopcj. tween the St. Louis, Bishop Bernard *--' ..
j scientific and biblical : : .. ,
niZK Till:: MGM Under the editorship of concepts of the origin of the :McQuaid of Rochester Arch : :. ":>:<.i: ;: ', ; ':c' ;""J:.-S .., ;. --S :: ...' -" .. ,, .4-Jfl

Gerald Slo>-an of Catholic University material universe.In bishop John B Purcell of Cincinnati --r..-_ .. 0<'- y "" .''" ""- ''-'., .0.. .. ,-.... .
will appear 12 volumes any theological<< ,oik unman and Bishop Augustin
ST. PETERSBURG covering the different tractsof and his origins the acid Verot of Savannah absented New educators'effort benefits Catholic Schools

dogmatic theology. Up to test of successiIi! be the themselves rather than attend Turning into Ascension grades one to seven each school (background, right). esan workshops were held I

this point the following vol. tieatnient of the question! of the final voting session on the Church (left) at Eau Gallie, weekday make their way to It is for schools like this, by their teachers during this

I'' }.UIVKRTISING umes have been issued. original !sin.Sister question. children in kindergarten and the classrooms in the grade across the Diocese, that diocweek..

INFORMATION( I IN The One Cod: lyVilfrid .. h ', w .'.'
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Chiist hy Maurice Sheprs O.P.; ing with the position of man .. :,,;r ; :ll

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before sin, she treats o f his
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Catholic Comment

Soul certain to live Make a heroic act of charity !


despite body's death has asked. "Do Many persons Inspired by paying" value of all- that I do,

i It's man's passage to glory SOMEONE in purgatory love for God and neighbor, are and of all that will be done for

< 'I THAT you call the soul is so bound up with the body know the identity of the per impelled to make the Heroic me after my death.

VV that it is unthinkable that it should go on even sons who are praying for Act of Charity What we call the impetratoryor
month of November is the been a best seller in this country deal-
THE existing, much less acting, without the body." "asking" value of my
traditional period of the Church ing with the rank paganism of American These columns are not a textbook. still less a substitutefor The Heroic Act of Charity prayers also is unaffected by
consists of made
to
year in which we especially remember funeral customs. Whatever be an offering the Heroic Act. This, again, is
a training in philosophy. Upon our God, for the souls in purgatory,
r our dead. Priests offer :Mass in the the commercial reasons for this pomp, present question, as, upon them all, I am Father- of all the indulgences whichwe quite distinct from the satisfactory -
value of those same
parishes for the deceased members of the "disguising" of the fact of deathis concerned with the conversation an ordi- ever may gain and of all
Leo J.Tres prayers. I still may beg God
_ the Church. During this month we symptomatic of a more basic ill: nary Catholic might have with a non- the satisfactory works whichwe for graces and favors for myself

have before our eyes the constant reminder the uncertainty of man in the face of believer. Aristotle or Aquinas would han- >ethem ever shall perform, as well and others with confi--
dle it ... as those which will be offeredfor
differently, no doubt. But the objector dence that mj pleas will be
that death will desire to "hide"
_ surely come death. The death doesn't ask them. He asks you. Fora us by others after our heard.
to: each of us as it has come to those the distaste of words like corpse or couple of thousand years the mightiest death.
for whom we pray. coffin, all these belie a frantic desireto minds have wrestled with the problem of By "satisfactory works' are There 1.. no offioial formulary
meant all those actions which for making,: the Heroic Act. It
Death should not be for us the hold on to something that is tran- matter and spirit. You can no more say '* -w be done quite simply in
I can
have value.
the last ? The answer is, prob- any penitential
L event that calls up the despair of the sistory. Such implicit naturalism is word on it than your objectorcan. ably yes, although we cannot This will include all penances our own words:
Yet you .can discuss it with real
unbeliever. We should neither be cal- at fundamental odds with revealed be sure. However, we are certain which we perform, all suffer "0 God, I offer to Thee
profit-to him but to yourself too. On certain elementaryfacts my
that, once in heaven, the ings which we bear with resig-
lous nor obsessed by its inevitability. truth. and he are agreed. The outer world in for the souls in purgatory all
you comes
all Masses and
nation
new saint will know all things; prayers,
Rather, we should strive for that se During the month of Novemberlet through bodily se se.o ans-eyes, ears and the restthiswe will know it. was who sped acts of charity, insofar as these the gain,indulgences all the satisfactory I shall valueof ever

renity necessary to see death through us remember our dead and at the have all experienced.The to me so many hundreds of him on his way to God. have any "atoning"* power.It works I shall ever perform,

the eyes of Faith. The early Fathers same time be aware of our own death to the sensations brain-you are don't conveyed actually times-"You can't prove it." By our remembrance" of the should be noted that thereIs and all those which shall be

:Df) the Church had a wonderful expres- -not in a spirit of fear or morbiditybut catch them at it, but And on grounds of pure reason suffering souls we shall people a difference between satis- Offered for me after my death."
faction and The sacrifice -
indeed not be ableto grace. Once made this offering is
sion for death; they call it the "pas- with the conviction that Godis those who have studied our you may } heaven with I powerful of the Mass for ,
$ establish to his satisfaction, example permanently effective, although
sage to glory." With their simple a merciful God who will call us nervous system seem to be or even to your own, that it friendslin.. will have a keen has a great satisfactory value, it is well to renew it
unanimous about it. Then interest' in bringing us to
love and faith they realized that the home. Our prayer this month shouldbe must be so. But he will not be an immense power to atone for from time to time. It can, of
something happens which 1 heaven aNo.
able to deny that it may be so; course, be revoked. It is not a
transition from life to death is a mere the beautiful request of the Canonof observation altogether.But sin.At
I escapes and even If he does not see it Aside from this somewhat the same time the Massis
from the the Mass "to of as! a result of it "we find vow.The
,
passage imperfect strivingof grant Thy good- rich of it
a source grace
that way himself, he can see selfish motive, our prayers for ; Church has placed her

this life to the presence of God ness, a place of comfort, light and ourselves thinking, building upa why we do. the souls in purgatory are an can deepen and intensify the seal of approval on the Heroic

Himself.In peace, through the same Christ Our somehow whole structure based on what of thought came And he can see why we take important part of our fulfill- divine life within me which Act. By special legislation, a

the next step: since our spirit ment of the great Law of Love. makes me a holier person. person who has made the
the last few months there has Lord. through our senses.Unfortunately .
could not have been producedby God wants these souls with The "atoning value" of the Heroic Act may apply all indulgences

the point is our body, then it does not Himself as quickly as possible. to the suffering
Mass( I can offer for the soulsin '
I Sacred Scripture dark to us as to what the owe its existence to the body, Out of our love for God, we souls, even those which ordinarily -
.
receive and the brain purgatory.The
senses and therefore need not go out shall make every effort to are not so applicable.
Ii
records and passes into what of existence when the body hurry them on to His embrace. "grace value of the This Act is called "heroic
Torments of Jesus recited the mind thinks. It's happen-
does. Moreover, the souls in purga- Mass I cannot offer for any- because it means stripping
but somehowwe
all the time
; ing ,
one else; it is something which ourselves, for the sake of
tory are as truly our neighborsas
Death when
the
comes
OF all the torments which But you, my other self, mycompanion and fro, looking for some a'enUe seem unable to observe the body are our fellow-humans here happens to my own soul andis others of everything which
ran 110 longer<< ."t"pond| to the
sufferd duringMis a n rl mybcm of escape: process. not transferable to another.
would shorten lessen
.. upon earth.Ve cannot see or our
I passion, surely one of the cruel. friend! You, whose comrade- And I say "Had I but wings What !Is quite" certain is that lifct-KlvtnK into it from the<- -nifti soul: |x it i.rl..g is a their sufferings as we do see, This is true also of the graces own purgatorial pains.

est was the treachery of Judas. ship I enjoyed; at whose sideI like a dove, I would flyaway thoughts which are the end. failure of the body, not of the in pictures, the sufferings of which accrue to me in other However I doubt whetherthe

walked in procession in the and be at rest" ((7)). product of the proce. have spirit. the starving Asiatics: or disease- sacraments and good works. Act is as heroic as it

house of God! (1315)nd In the second stanza (10-15)) none of the qualities we a-.t.o- ridden Africans. It is our faith Consequently the Heroic Act sounds I suspect that anyone

-I .\ how well the following he cries out in hurt amaze- ciate" with the bud)'. But, your questioner will say, which must move us to compassion of Charity does not mean thatI with sufficient love for God

Father ment at the fact that a fellow- in man as we know him, all for the suffering souls, cease to grow in grace. It and for souls to make the Act,
Yerses express the inner torture Levite has unleashed this storm They have no length or the raw material, so to speak, whose bitter necessity we can means rather that I give to will have little to fear fromGoo's

John J. lie experienced duringthe against him. And in the thirdhe weight or color or smell or which the mind uses for its but faintly understand. the souls in purgatory the "sin-: justice after death.

CastrlotThe agony In the garden: begs God to punish the taste; they are untouchable, no thoughts comes through the

My heart quakes within traitor and his conspiratorswith microscope can make them sense-organs to the brain: how
me
;
,visible no audiometer can reg- From the desk
the of will the mind get it when
the terror of death has fallen severest penalties,
Fear and sudden and premature death. ister them. sense-organs and brain have
me,
tremblingcome
upon and horror In the midst of his And the gulf between gone to dust? ; II
upon me, expres- of affected
thought and matter is even You can't Ways worship are
traitor's hypocritical kiss overwhelms me ((5-6)). pressjon of confidence in divine wider when we consider so simply look up a
book and
-1 of death must have been likea The reference to walkingside help, he gives further details much of what our thoughts All you can produce do is to an invite answer.himto of the things that has this legislation will have on the the faithful would prayerfullyhear

knife plunged into His by side in procession ((15)) of his eiiciiiy's :actics.: contain -general ideas, ideals, think along with you, and ONE much public attention average Catholic in his parish? the Word of God (epistle

Sacred Heart and twisted agon. suggests: that the author of this He is using the foulest of philosophical systems, moral see how it looks to him. has been the discus- Very briefly we may sum and Gospel), listen to a homilyon I

I izingly. psalm was a Levite who was means to destroy him, deceit certainties As we have noted, what the sions on the liturgy at the Ecumenical marize the salient features of these readings (sermon),

being treacherously attacked and calumny: So far and the schema in this and culminate this with the af. .
The" Saviour may sell\\ have you your questioner process actually is by which Council. The Florida way:
. recalled" on that occasion, by one of his colleagues. In the And his prayer, so full of are agreed. The disagreement spirit "reads" the braintakesover Catholic has run many articlesin 1. The most obvious and firmation of belief in the Credo. I

j these! words of psalm .">!: first stanza ((2-9)) he describeshis violent emotions and anxiety :: is about what accounts the information there the course of the Council reporting striking change will be the use 5. Efforts will be made to

state of soul, and it is one ends with a calm declaration for the thoughts.He gathered-we cannot clearlysee the debates and the of the common tongue of the eliminate unnecessary addi.

._ If an enemy had reviled me, of deep distress. which should often be on the holds that the matter of even in the conditions of voting. people replacing Latin in so tions to the Mass (e.g. the last

-a-- I could have borne it; If he lie is frantic at this sudden lips of God's faithful servants, the human body has somehow our present life.'e cannot What Is not perhaps clear I Is! many parts of the service. To gospel) and to simplify complex

who hates me had vaunted and unexpected turn of events. whatever may he the troubles developed to the point whereit expect to see any more clearly Just what the Council has decided begin with, the readings from rites (the many offertory

himself against me, I might Like a trapped animal, eyes which assail them: But I trustin can produce them. how the mind would functionin to do and to what extent Holy Scripture will l>e In the prayers).

_ have hidden from him. wide with fright he runs to you, 0 LORD ((21)). The plain blunt man-you, a new condition which no the "man in the pew" is goingto language of the eople. Admittedly, the revisions

that is would say that the one of us has yet experienced. be affected by the deliberations that will take place in the Mass ,
I This change to the vernacular -
kc:1 body does not produce things But It is hard to see why it of the Bishops in Rome. will not be a panacea for all !
: Father Michael V. Gannon of course, will depend on
with no resemblance to it at should not "read" the material When the Council wa' first' .... the problems of the Church. i
tha >ll .ho. ** >f 5F'entry un-
any
r if- Mission of Nombre De Dios all, that there must be another world as well as it now "reads" announced the Bishops of the
who will ".so' deem a nu.storal! Nevertheless the Council Fathers -
element in us with the powerof that piece of the material world world sent to Rome the items
need" for such a change.::
concernedwith
giving birth to such off- which is the human brain that they felt should be included are greatly ;

CjReaL cl1apLtRS in spring-an element which the why it should not take it among the topics to be 2. A more generous selectionof making the Mass the central -

thoughts do resemble, an element straight, rather than filtered.We discussed. These were tabulated readings from the Bible will ; ;act of the Church, mean

which is as un-material shall continue this discussion and synthesized into pro- l>e used at Mass. Instead of ingful:: and prayerful for all the
\- FLoRiOa catholic histoRy as they are. \Ve call it spirit. : always with, the comparatively grams (schemata) according to hearing the same epistle and Faithful.

-_ And the body could no more modest aim of get- a generic type. gospel each year the readingsmay The Imitation of Christ tells

t_ ----- produce the parent than it ting the other man to see that Thus all the suggestions that well be expanded into a us that we eat bread from two
Chapter 27 the Blessed Virgin). the day of Our Lady of Sep-
could produce the offspring.I there is no reason why whatwe two or three cycle.
were deemed worthy of consideration year tables the bread
: spiritual of
ft A S it seemed to the said "And as soon as he reached tember, the Adelantado landed
know what his comebackis hold about survival may about the worshipof 3. Restoration of the' "peo God's Word in Sacred
/TLAdelantado Scriptureand
wrote Fa. there he landed about three near noon, when he found
likely to be: it has been made not be true! the Church were put into ple's parts" of the Mass to the the Living Bread
hundred soldiers and Indians him comedown
ther Soils de Meras, "that he sent two many awaiting
ran the risk of failure if he captains with them, who were there as they had had tidingsof the schema on the liturgy for prominence that they deserveso from heaven in the Holy
tried to capture the harbor to reconnoitre at daybreak; the him from the other Indians Question boxDeposit the debate and decision of theassembled that every Mass will be a Eucharist. The revisions of the
from them. and that meantimethe next morning the lay of the with whom he had spoken (a Bishops.On true "dialogue" between Priest Mass are designed to help all
four shipswhich hail fleet land and the i>lace&3tvhioh wee It) before. of Faith holds Oetolxr31.. 1OA3. the and people before God. of us do that to the fullest ex
might unite with the five which seemed to them strongest for :IH--hopM gav their affirmative 4. More emphasis on the ser- tent.
were within, and that then he defense, in order that they "He had a .solemn Mass :said Ante to a lengthy:: ((30 paragraphs mon at :Mass and the restructuring Finally, the Church Is aware

could escape neither by land might dig a trench quickly at ,in,- honor of Our I..da n (I everything we believeQ. ) schema on the" Liturgy. of the first part of the of the tremendous teaching

nor by sea, he decided, without the spot where they saw a fort h.that \\IH ended, lie took This schema is now in the Mass so that the sermon will power of the liturgy. By make
losing time, to put his flagship could best be built, so that the Possession|) : ( of the country in Does the Church insist God to the whole human race. hands of the liturgy commission not appear as: an intrusion into ing the Mass more readily intelligible

under full sail and order the next day when the Adelantado the name of his Majevty.! that we believe the contentof Q. What proof is there which is making the modifications the Mass.It and less complex it

others to do likewise, and he should land, they could show "He received the solemn oath private revelations as articles that miracles can really hap- suggested by the Fa has been suggested that wishes to proclaim by its wor-

went to the liarln of St. Augustine him what they had observed, of the officials of his Majesty's of our Faith? I mean pen? thers. Shortly the Bishops will the first part of the Mass (up ship the Good News of Salvation -

where he arrived on and decide what would be most Royal Exchequer, the camp such revelations as those A. The best proof for the vote on the final schema and through and including the ser through Jesus Christ.

the eve of Our Lady of September proper to do about it. master, and the captains, that given to St. Margaret Mary claim that miracles can hap- then it will be promulgated. mon) be conducted away from (This is the first of a seriesof

(Feast of the Nativity of "And on the following day. they would all serve his!' Majesty Alacoque. pen is the fact that they do Without trying to "secondgue the altar, e.g., at the Bench, to articles to appear on the
with entire loyalty and fidelity A miracle is not >>s" the Bishops, what can emphasize the organic unityof questions under discussion at
happen. an
and this being done, the A. No. If the people concerned we say about the effect that this instructional part. Thus the Vatican Council.)
are reasonably certain act of trickery, or sleight of
I TRANGE BUT TRUE Adelantado had the Indians fed that a revelation has been hand or magic. It is a fact or a
and dined himself." happening beyond the orderor Father Edward J. Mulligan
I Little-Known Facts for made. they should believe and
act it. These private revela- laws of the whole created
.__ ITS TIIK FIRST COM- on
S.-'
By M. I. MURRAY Cepyr Unity flows from Communion
can work miracles and to
X I) TIIAXKSCIVIXC I X deposit of faith necessary: to
deny the possibility of miracles .
.1IllFIRST: 1'ItIA1NTSETTLEMENT:: :: salvation. Universal revelation
IX Tilt given to Israel and to the would be to deny a power or Father Edward J. Mulligan a vital bond-the members of

I I..\X(). Apostles, as contained in the even the existence of God. last month journeyed Christ are one with Christ, and

books of the Bible, is to be accepted God, in His omnipotence, can from his Transfiguration: with each other, in the sense
Father Lopez went ashore all the workings of the that each lives the same :Thc'FLoridaCa.thol
by men as a necessary suspend parish in St. Petersburg to super-
_ Ii the day before the founding ceremonies means to their salvation. natural law which He created. Jacksonville to give a sermon natural life of grace, which he

and his description of Some private revelationshave For instance, He can give sightto on the Eucharist and receives from the Head of the
the landing is more personaland been approved by the a blind eye without the employment body-the living Christ. c
U I unity at the diocesan Eucharistic -
; p graphic: Church, and have become the of medicine or surgery This union between the -
T\vo companies of infantrynow basis of many devotional exercises nor the elements of time Congress: Head and the members is con- "
disembarked (on Septemter (e. g., those of St. Brigidof through which the natural law IT is not uncommon to give summated by Holy Commu- P.bII.h..I ...r' Friday
U 7)), that of Captain Andres Sweden, St. Margaret Mary would work. That's a miracle.We name of body to a number nion, wherein those who have FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS In*.

Soyez Patino and that of CaPtain JVlacoque St. Bernadette. the have abundant scriptural of persons who are banded offered the sacrifice partake of P.O. flat.. J531. GArdta_ S-SISS
- 4 : ; : Juan de San Vincente. whois children at Fatima, etc.) This proof of the fact that Christ together under an authorityfor the sacred victim. It is evident Orla.d.* Bo *. FUrlda C""'' l'l 31802 Url v
&cJ 'zZ J ; j a very distinguished gentleman approbation means that the worked miracles thereby prov- a particular purpose, and therefore that the Sacramentof Subscription In D.S.A. and Canada
They were well receivedby Church considers them as hay- ing His divinity to those who when we speak of Christiansas the Eucharist as well as the I 4"00. par jra.r; otb .r countrt*

U the Indians, who gave thema ing divine origin, and contain- denied it. And the age of a "bod '" we have in mind sacrifice of the :Mass is intimately nto.n.. Florida Catholic II a member

1 1hus: MASSIVC CHiMMcy STACK large house belonging to a ing nothing contrary to faith miracles is not over-every nothing more than the ordinary bound up with the Mystical of the Catholic Press Associationand

7''I'' .:\ I M A STAFFORDSHIRE. ENGLAND. chief, and situated near the and morals, as having sufficient person raised to the dignity of meaning of the term, Body. Conference the National News Catholic Service. Welfar Doper
rfoMJED Of/ \\ I COUN1RY 4USE CONTAINS A shore of the rIVer."Immediately evidence to justify beliefin sainthood canonization .
by the namely that of a properly or- In fact, the Eucharist! N the and Ilartln publishers representa.fives.
//,/&JROFF7WTV i_ I UDOCN CHAMBER USED SY Captain Patino Entered second class mall
151'ft I PRIESTS in PENAL DAY?. their authenticity.The ceremony of the Church, is declared ganized society, under one sacrament of the Mystical Body May I, 1939. a at* Orlando, Florida
WiLLMM I Jr>VSO SZXYCO JO CDHCtAUSO and Captain San Vincente, both Church does not impose a Saint on the strengthof head. of Christ. under the Act of March: 2. 1SI9.W .

dLI8,, i kNG Cf VJOKCCSTfH CI4ARLZ AFrFIIc IH J6SIALJ.DMC men of talent and energy, ordered belief in a private revelation the fact that there were But when We Christians are How close this connection
: an entrenchment to l>e and its contents either on an miracles (a n d wellfoundedfacts called the "body: of Christ" the really is may be seen from the @
;erAo ___.__1ytsr tSH0PD4z1h built around this house, with a Individual or on the faithful they are) connected with term Is used In a special sense, study of well known texts of .ttt.r flmrrmt K. "_lthi
:KX&ADE. -: VMS MUCH _' slope of earth and fascines at large. She does, however his or her life.Sufficient to Indicate a unity far more the Gospel of St. John. **cutlv'. Editor
JRL4ND; WUOST TATrtER.tUCCOMTF. t'JURaDcT,0A' these being the only mean: of impose all the faithfulthe of the possibility Intimate far real than Editors: >JI.! ..I... Qulna
All PRIZSTf UtfDTit-US DC VCRMANOCHS.SUCCtrSTUtLY upon proof more "Abide in me and I In you.As Mark .A. Hrllwl.
70fTi P14)' DCMANDf defense possible in that country strict obligation of believing and existence of miracles that which It commonly de ig. the branch cannot bear J M_ph A. Rl r

UUDfft PI4LTI's.E.MS.ncsiE .;..A,.;.: where stones are nowhereto all that is Contained in the exist at Lourdes where many nates. The bond which unitesthe fruit of Itself, unless it abide Advertising JansgerFriday
If lie found. Bible and in the tradition of miraculous have been rneinhers of the Ira the
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I ;' Here's run down of an American Bishop's day at general council I Mass Guide I


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FIVE DAYS a week, more aisle is packed with Bishops secretary general makes some SUNDAY, November after Pentecost 17
24th
2300 Bishops of the either pausing to chat and announcements Sunday
4 I (Mass of Sunday, Gloria,
Catholic Church "go to school" laugh with others or pushing Even as the secretary gen Creed, Preface of Trinity.)

gently ahead to their assigned eral is making these preliminary -
MONDAY. November 18
b What a Bishop does at the seats. observations, techniciansin
Dedication of the Basilicas of
? ecumenical council each day the rooms under and across
( The Cardinals enter throughthe Sts. Peter and Paul. (Mass!
Is described here by MonsIgnor from the epistle side stands
door of San Marco on the for the dedication of a
James J. Walsh, who containing the Bishops are
Gospel side, where the aged Church, Gloria, Common
Is in Rome for "The Voice," testing the huge, complex IBM p
princes of the Church find no Preface.)
Miami diocesan weekly news machines which and :
steps in their way. process t % .. TUESDAY November 19St.
paper. Excerpts from MonM- count over 2000 votes in a mat

I a gnor Walsh's column are reprinted They take their places at the ter of minutes, so that the Elizabeth of Hungary.

I with the permission head of the hall, opposite the Bishops know almost imme- __ r1 (Mass of a Holy Woman,

1 of the Miami paper.in great bronze statue of St. Peter, diately the mind of their con- Gloria, 2nd Prayer of St.

clothed in gold mitre and cope, ferees on the subjects voted Pontianus, Common Preface.)

Rome. It's their own descrip- a mute but impressive witnessto upon. WEDNESDAY: November 20

tion of attendance at the ecumenical all that goes on. The results are read out St. Felix of Valois. (Mass! ofa

council, and it's as To the left under the tribuneof favorable, negative, juxta mo- : : \ Confessor, Gloria, Common

accurate other. dum or null. Pie face.)
as any St. Andrew are the lay aud.

They seem to be Involved In itors, recently given the priv. When the interventions, or THURSDAY, November 21

the same rush and in much of ilege of attending daily. talks of the Bishops, are aboutto Presentation: of the Blessed!

the same confusion to be found Opposite them in another begin, all eyes turn first to Virgin Mary (Mass of the

4 in the average home when tribune most conveniently the groups of Cardinals in the Blessed Virgin, Gloria; Preface .

foreground of the Confessionof of Blessed Virgin.)
students to beat the
are trying placed is the group of Protes-
bell through the doorway of tant and Orthodox observers. St. Peter. FIIIDAY, November 22

the school. "The best seats in the chamber At the longer table are the St. Cecilia. Mass of feast

) They have to be up at the ," one of them said. One 12 presidents, among whom is Gloria, Common Preface.)

crack of dawn to celebrate seems always to spot first the Francis Cardinal Spellman. a'ii SATURDAY, November 2.1
:Mass: either where live Their role is less significantthan
they or
Archpriest Vitali Borovoy and Pope St. Clement I. (Mass ofa
at a nearby church or chapel, his last year, but still impor-
companion from Russia, Supreme Pontiff, Gloria,
tant for they must keep the
finish their private devotionsand probably because of their black 2nd Prayer of St. Felicitas,

at least get a start on the oriental robes in such contrast council activities within the 'qt' A'L Common Preface.)
boundaries set out by proce. 4
breviary. with the dark business suit SUNDAY, November 24

Fortunately it's impossibleto appearance of most of the dural regulations.Just 25th( Sunday after Pentecost.
waste time at continental in front of them Is the
a others. (Mass of Sunday, Gloria

breakfast, for it's too small, In the recently appointed board of ...., .. Creed Preface of )
High galleries runningthe ------- ---- --- --- -- Trinity.
four
moderators made of
and extra time is needed in up

I L the early hours to check over major length superiors of the aula of religious are the Cardinals, all of them especially Formal ceremonies marked opening of Vatican Council II in St. Peter's basilica Changes due?

well qualified men.
papers needed for the morning orders and the "periti," scholars Their role stamps them as else. Even those who rate as a diocese no one ever heard of. The Bishops are not mere into the piazza to the delightof VATICAN CITY (NC) A

session at St. Peter's-the cur- from countries exceptional Latin scholars find The detailed bulletin advisors counselors in the crowds
schema amend many upon. key men in the council, wield- daily or a large always persistent report from reliable
rent pending whose wisdom and learningthe ing unusual influence, for they difficulty following a Bishop gives ample proof. council-they are real legislators. waiting with cameras, their sources states that the ecumenical -
.1 ments, other explanatory documents Fathers often call. who coats his Latin with a is
actually keep the assembly This matter becomes the working day by no means council's draft proposal on
of
copies background
Occasionally newsmen and moving, forever trying to respect heavy native accent or who by more remarkable when one over. the liturgy will be ready to be
lectures, and so on. And in the words:; of the
other guests have been per- the right of each Bishopto habit or the urgency of his realizes that with all the reported Many of them have after put into effect by the end of
Then, like any other student, Bishops themselves directed a
I the Bishop takes his briefcaseand mitted to be present for the speak his mind, while at the message speaks very rapidly. opposing\\s and con- noon commission meetings to November.A .

either hurries to a designated celebration ofIass which same time preventing the paceto Accordingly there has been tradictions, there always has year ago to Pope John we find work on the suggestions madein member of the liturgy commission -

spot to wait for a special formally opens each day's ses- slow down too much. enough sentiment in favor of been complete unity among that all activity on the council talks or indicated by amendment who declined to be

I a bus picking up other Fathers sion. They take turns presiding. language aids to bring about them with regard to Catholic floor fulfills their expressed votes.Others named, said there is a possi-

p of the Council or makes They sit in one of the tribunes Incidentally, Pope Paul is the decision to experiment with doctrine and moral principles.The intention "to seek the most effective have meetings with bility the proposal will be promulgated
behind the papal ancient miracle of unity of their on November 22, anniversary -
empty Bishops areas to dis-
his the
own through early of
way never present for the daily earphone translations. This i ways renewing ourselves -
throne. has never been seen in a more CUSS various topics. of the liturgical reforms -
nightmarish traffic of Rome to simultaneous and of becoming increasingly
sessions.If will not be trans : of Pius XII.
also for the supernatural light than it appears -
the Piazza of St. Peter's.In Usually present
lation such as that used at the these more faithful wit- All of them take homo aheavier Once the liturgy proposal Is
now as religious
Mass is a choir from one of a Bishop wishes to speakhe "
all the rush he keeps In the many seminaries in Rome. has to indicate his intention United Nations, because the leaders from all over the nesses of the Gospel of Christ. briefcase than whenthey promulgated, many of its provisions

mind that the great doors of Mass is celebrated at a por- several days in advance. If he Latin language presents pecu- world many of- them from They went on to explain, in left, and it means much will be immediately

I the basilica close and are nations which detest each other a sense, why so many subjects leading, study! and consultation. applicable. Those dealing with
table altar (the Bishops taking does not wish to speak publiclybut liar kinds of difficulties and .
locked at 9 a.m., and no one turns) with the celebrant facIng still wants to state his and agree on little or nothing have already come to the floor the use of vernacular languages

I dare be late the Fathers of the Council.It views, he submits them in few would be capable of over politically, sit down in complete -all aspects of the liturgy, It's a day at the Council. however will have to

coming them for simultaneous of belief in divine communications media, sourcesof wait for action by national
Every Bishop is dressed the may be celebrated in one writing and of course they receive harmony Perhaps each day, taken alone,
translation. revelation the nature of the hierarchies.
revelation. ,
same, except the Orientals, in of the many rites. the same consideration. seems comparatively insignificant
Apparently the present plan Church, the exact power and """"""'"''''''''''" "
the unite in but it is
When Bishops building the
choir dress, purple cassock, This liSts not been lost up
An unusual event occurred Is to require a copy of the talkto on role of a Bishop, the dignity of
I rochet, mantelleta, pectoral deciding to shut off debate on the observers. There renewal of life and preparingfor Subscribe ;
"hen Mass was concelebrated of the be handed in four days in are nosecrets the laity in the People of God,
chapter the second Pentecost which
( and zuchetto. a particular ,
cross the Proles-
by three Ukrainian Bishops advance.It kept from the role of the layman in the
schema, a Bishop still has the Pope John assured us the Coun I NOW
By contrast the hierarchyfrom of whom Joseph tant and Orthodox leaders the
Archbishop Christian
one apostolate,
right the following day to get will then be translated in cil could lead to.
the East, almost all of Slipyi, was! recently released there present. Church and Our Lady art and .%%"%"%" ,
up and speak, if he representsthe six languages, which will be %%%"%" %%%% % % %%%

4 them bearded, wear their own by the communists views of at least five lead and picked up on ear- They receive; the same manuscripts the worship of God, the Bishops -
distinctive robes of black with after 18 IlIlpri onment. and the government of TAMPAALL
years Bishops.The phones as the Bishop is speaking all the confidential

I flowing veils. '\'henIass is over, the simple talk must he given in However, it has been material given to the Bishops, dioceses-all these enormously

From 8:30: on, the steep slope but impressive Latin, although some Oriental stressed that this will not be and have abundant information important subjects have been

leading to the entrance to St. "enthroning the ceremonyof Gospel Bishops have always addressedthe an official rendition, since thespeaker which not even the Priests discussed and most: of them TYPES OF INSURANCE

Peter's gives the impressionof lx>ok" takes place, when a Council in French, claim has the right of chang are allowed.l to see. will be further-because "we

an undulating purple river, Bishop carries the holy bookto ing that Latin in no way wasa ing the text at the last moment.As They do not take part in will strive to propose to the HENRI A. MONTEAUMoreland.OliverMonteaul
and one cannot help but thinkof men of our time the truth of
an ornate stand in the cen part of their background.The the speeches go on- conciliar activities by speakingor
the occasions in the God in Its entirety and purity,
many ter of the aisle, where it remains there may be 10, 20 or 23: depending voting, but they do meet Inc.
last 400 years when other speaker goes from his so that they may understandit
in the view of the Bish- on the number of with the Bishops privately and
church leaders climbed the !seat to a front row position and accept it freely." Western Union
4 ops until the mornings workis votes and reports: -a group of express) their views. Building
same little hill of concrete to where he finds a lectern, a When the final talk Is
help shape the course of civI clone. microphone and a phone. Priest-stenographers are taking One of the Oriental Archbishops over 229-1988 Room 33, Tampa
down word in a unique at 12:13: and the Bishops stream
every
last week suggestedthe
I ilization. Then comes the booming
warning from Archbishop Pe- The phone is practical, because kind of shorthand for which observers be allowed to
As the minutes tick away r
I towards 9 o'clock, the only ricH Felici, "Exeant omnes," a since he is limited to 10 they were specially trained. speak once a week in the counciL -

I of the pri- minutes in his talk the phone
polite way telling At the .same time several CATHOLICS FLORIDANOW
viliged guests allowed in for rings when two minutes re tape recorders are faithfully November 7 was the G2nd OF

JACKSONVILLECKAKCCM. the Mass to find an exit, as main. If he still goes over, the general congregation or meet-
recording not only word! but A NON-PROFIT CATHOLIC FRATERNAL SOCIETY OFFERS
the Italians say, subito! voice of the moderator interrupts every sound, such as "spontaneous ing of all the Bishops since
with only one word, October 11, 1962.
applause, which occasionally -
To make sure that they do, ..sa tis"'enough! to do
What are they trying
erupts', although the LOW BUDGET HOSPITAL
there :Middenly appears on the It is a remarkable feat of rules forbid it. on the council floor?

scene a group (If guards and engineering, this loudspeaker What are these literally

pl.iin-clothesmen who use a system in St. Peter's. Despitethe One of the things that has thousands of talks or written

no-nonsense approach to making enormous size of the coun- impressed deeply the newsmen statements attempting to and LIFE INSURANCE

sure no one lingers behind cil chamber, even a weak covering the council is the achieve?

a monument or settles down voice is carried clearly from obviously free discussion going Accord ngto Archbishop;

to listen in one of the countless end to end and high into the on among the Bishops, the John Krol of Philadelphia, one
FAMILIES,
on
CKAKCCM. SB* DRcr.roSTEAKS :>>
I dark COl'nf"'s.Immediately galleries so hearing is no prob- oiliest and the ;youngest, the of the undersecretaries, the

lem. world.famed Cardinal and the Bishops are there to "exercise
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new apostles '- -- .a -Z- __y .- Page Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, Nov. 15, 1963





*: Freedom's way wins Africans Archbishop Mannix


I

tj By Glenn D. Kittler A few such steps were taken: was the most primitive partof
dies Melbourne
:!rHEY had been slaves for the Pygmies no longer had to Africa; these were the most "." in

?-X 400 years and the reason stand at attention in their mas primitive people in the world. .....: .

for it was their size. Tribes ters' presence, they obtained The cleared land was quickly tYL ;:' >.')\;. MELBOURNE, Australia (NC) Archbishop Daniel

"'from East Africa had invaded permission to travel on the overgrown and had to be clear Mannix of Melbourne, died here on November 6, four

the Hurl Forest, in the Congo, government's forest roads instead ed again. Heavy rains repeat -r'I : months short of his 100th birthday. Born on a dairy farm

and overpowered the Pygmies, of being confined to the edly beat the Pygmy huts to i. j'c .<..>,a1.:..:. in Ireland's County Cork, the prelate was named coadjutor

reducing them to serfs. bush, and they no longer had pulp. Archbishop of Melbourne by Pope Pius X on July 1, 1912,

Father Robert Brisson, of the to work quite so hard plantingand Only Father Briton's",,, own > : when he was serving: as president of Ireland's national

Little Brothers of Jesus, knew harvesting their masters' ,1. b:1\t\
seminary at Maynooth.The .
that the slavery would be one fields to earn a small quantityof determination kept the Pygmies :- a Royal Navy vessel I and the
,.
-
of the major problems facing grain to take back as food from abandoning the pro A prelate in his 51 yearsas Archbishop was arrested and
'
,j him when he established a mission when they returned to their ject. 'f& P7n an Archbishop never lacked taken to England. Refused permission .

I station in the forest in nomad life in the forest. color and seldom sidestepped to enter his native
With the first harvest, Father's -
( 1938.: He was determined that Then, in 1960, the Congo acquired controversy. When he became country, he traveled in Eng
determination bore fruit-
somehow the Pygmies must be self-government, whichset ordinary of Melbourne on 1917, land and Scotland lecturing in
rather, it bore grain, more than
the Archbishop was already a
freed. off a wave of tribal wars. behalf of Irish independence.In .
enough grain to feed the 200 controversial figure. An ardent
Terrified, the Pygmies retreated 1913, within a year of his
Oddly enough, it ua!' freedom Pygmies who had joined the champion of independence for
deeper into the forests and being named to the Melbourne
I the freedom of the project, enough to persuademore Ireland, he had spoken out repeatedly -
remained there over a year, j see, Archbishop Mannix denounced
Congo from Belgian rule-that Pygmies to join, and both against conscripting
emerging only when a lack of Australia's policy of
I presented the basic obstacles. the grain and the project are Australians to serve with the

grain drove them back to their .__... .. ..... not aiding I I i denominational
." _..
'
still growing, both have broken -U'' '' / """ M''N I-.r. '! w.;:R XB' 0'f' '.It>c British in World War I.
r. Nobody knew when the Pygmies masters and to a worse slavery the Pygmy dependence on their schools. The Archbishop continued

first arrived in Africa; than ever before.It former masters. Food airlift from U.S. CatholicsFire In 1920, following a speaking to campaign for government

Greek writings of the 5th Century was then that Father Bris- in tour of the United Stale condemning aid for Catholic school
Thus due to the courage and a jungle area of Peru ica, saw to the delivery of a ton and
B.C. refer to them living son realized what must be done. throughout half a century.
as British rule of Ireland
I leadership of a single missionary brought distress to villages recently. a half of food to the community in
) in caves on the Libyan "If you wish to be free, he Alchibidiop i 3lanniv vailed Slender and trim-the
| very
are the 30,000 Pygmies of Food was airlifted to them. Monsignor which Father Jose Obieta's parish is
't desert. Probably centuries be- told the Pygmy leaders, "you on a British' !ship. for Ireland. image of the ascetic church
t Africa advancing to freedom Alfred Schneider, left representing located. The Latin American Priest is
must create indepen
fore that they migrated to your own man-Archbishop Mannix was
Africa from their original dence." and faith.Father Catholic Relief-NCWC in South Amersecond from left.it The ship was intercepted by
proud of it. He told a press

homes on Southwest Pacific conference in Chicago in 1920
He urged the Pygmies to

I islands. abandon the nomadic life they Edward J. MulliganSacrament when he was 56:

When Father Brisson settled
had lived for centuries, to "I think we in Australia are
In the forest he had trouble
build villages' In the forests' fitter than you Americans. I
making contact with the Pygi- unites Christ to creaturesContinued
away from their masters' and walked down to the bottom of
mies. nomadic
A people. they
the Grand Canyon and then
to clear land for their own
remained deep in the forest,
walked again. But I noticed
I roaming constantly in search farm. ( from Page Four) with the union existing between If the animaJ, plant and air made up of many grapes, gether is a sign of love and most of up the Americans rode."

of game. But the priest learned Most leaders felt It was impossible unless you abide in Me. I am His Father and Himself could speak they would say to crushed into one draught of friendship.It .

this: to change their ancient the vine you are the branches, : "as thou Father, in me man "Unless you eat me you wine. Thus is symbolized the deepens that union, because But Archbishop Mannix: was

The Pymies were conqueredby ways, to settle down, but a few he that abideth in Me, and I and I in thee." union of all the faithful with it gives us an increaseof an admirer of the U.S. and did
shall not have life in you, not hesitate to so.
the Babira and Balese tribes realized that the only alternative in him, the same beareth much The members of ChrM each other in Christ.If the divine life and of the say
with the same logic in speakingfrom
who invaded the forest in the was continued slavery.To fruit, because without Me you therefore Christianity were only the power to love one another.In .
are! united with their above. Our Blessed Lord
16th Century, and to escape extermination encourage these few, the can no nothing" (15,4-5). Head and with each other by actually says to the soul: "Ex memory of someone who lived St. John's Gospel: we read:
the had Priest moved into the over 18 hundred years ago it Consecrationscheduled
Pygmies forest
"That they all may be one, the communication of the life cept you eat the Flesh of the "I pray for those who also
to to do the hunting for with them mission would not be worth preserving.If .
agree establishing a as thou Father, in me, and I of grace and charity which as Son of :Man and drink His through their word are to be-

their masters providing them miles from the Babiras in thee; that they also may be St. Peter tells us, i is nothing blood you shall not have life He Who came down on this lieve in me, that all may be

with meat at times and Bale He earth, is not God, as well as
specified es. opened a one in us. I in them and thouin eNc than a participation of theDivine in :you." Man is transformed by one, even as thou, Father in

during the year. The agreementwas school for Pygmy children, the me; that they may be made Nature.. grace into Christ when he Man, then we are dealing only me and I in thee that they also I.OSXGBI.Jo S (XC) Au-

still in force. first in the of the tribe. with the fallible and the xiliary Bishop-designate JohnJ.
history perfect in one" ((17, 21.23)). takes Christ into His soul, for may be one in us, that the
Thus Father Brisson had The task was difficult. This What is the chief means human. world believe that thou Ward of Los Angeles will be
it is the quality of love to may
only to wait until the Pygmiescame "Except you eat the flesh of whereby this life of grace is to transform itself into the object But even granting that He hast sent me. And the glory consecrated December 12 in St.

out of the forest again the Son of Man and drink His be communicated to the members that is loved. is God in the flesh, how do we that thou has given me, I have Vibiana's cathedral.

with meat for their masters. Bishops ;In accident blood you shall not have life of His Body? contact him? Certainly not by given to them, that they maybe This is the feast of Our Lady

in he that eateth flesh The Sacrament of Our Lord'sBody books about Him although -
reading
They came and they were you my The answer is found In the of
one" of Guadalupe, copatroness
HOMK (NC) Four American one, even as we are
and Blood is the
puzzled by the Priest's concern Bishops were injured in and drinketh my blood abideth third of the texts quoted above: divinely they are edifying and ((17,20-22)). the archdiocese. James Francis

in me and I in him. As the appointed means for incorporation instructive.The .
"He that eateth flesh and
for them. of
Los Angeles
an automobile accident while my The Holy Eucharist has far- Cardinal McIntyre
into
his Mystical .
living Father hath sent me, Body.The human heart craves
drinketh blood abideth in
my beyond cabled from Rome that
touring the Holy Land on November reaching effects passing
They' were' surprised when and I live by the Father; so he me and I in Him. As the living Eucharist in other words, contact with the beloved. The of
Two the individual the Sacred Congregation
4. to
are hospitalized mere
Father' Brisson told them' that, is not only the Sacrament ofChrist's
that eateth me the same shall moment of communion is that
Father hath sent me and I live
in Tel Aviv, Israel. the masterpiece of divine Love Rites had given permission for
due to the efforts of iiii'sion.aries true body it is also
live ;
by me. special intimacy reserved to
the Father he that eatethme
by so
; the sanctification of mankind the consecration on that date.
The ,
the Belgian government hospitalized prelates are The comparison of these the same also shall live by the sacrament of His Mystical those who yearn to be united
all under
the
\\as about to take I'ot..Pto free Bishop William G. Connare of three passages not only bringsout me." Body.St with Him. There are three in- bringing men Ordinarily, h.T canon law
4
Greensburg and auxiliary Bishop headship of Christ uniting soul
them from their bondage.'ALMS in a striking manner the Paul writes: "The cup of timacies in life: hearing. speak- epi>-<"Oltal consecrations take
Running through the universe "
John J. Scan Ian of llono- with soul. and souls with
nature of the union that Christ blessing that we bless is it not ing, and touching. Our first f>I is the law that nothing Christ, until all the elect in
lulu.The wills should exist between the sharing of the blood of first contact with anyone who of the ..1lostles.Cardinal .
lives unless it consumes. Plant Heaven and in Purgatory are
other two, injured but Christ and the faithful, and Christ: And the bread that we loves us is to hear their voice,
able to return, to Rome, are life, obedient to this law getsits one in Christ with His faith- Mcintyre\ will be
the faithful break is it the
among themselves not partakingof our second contact is to see
Li. O.S.B. food from the earth. The ful on earth; so that all work the consecrator. Archbishop
Paul .
Bishop Hagarty but also shows what Christ the body of the Lord? Be- them, the third, and this is reserved -
of Nassau and, auxiliary Bishop animal endowed with a higher together to achieve his full Joseph McGucken: of San
intends to be the and the bread is
primary cause one, we only to intimates, is the
John F. Hackett of Hartford. nature than the plant is in still ness. Francisco and Bishop Alden J.
chief cause of that union. .though many, are one body, all privilege of touch.
greater need of nourishment. The Holy Eucharist Is food Bell of Sacramento will be co-
The four had gone to the The union for which Christpra'ed of us who partake of the onebread"
Holy Land during a four-day Because men, as well as animals !- We hear of Christ", in the for our soul. It is Christ Who consecrators. Auxiliary Bishop
is a union of life, a (Cor. 10,16-17)).
break in the Second Vatican have bodies they are under Scripturee see Hint by the feeding us, unites us and Incorporates Timothy Manning of Los Angeles
M.-'J. A. Dws.vo.& M.. R4 communion o f supernatural There is an interesting sym
Council. They were riding ina the necessity of feeding ryes of faith, but we touch Himin us with His life. will preach the sermon.
life of the divine life of Grace
bolism in the use of bread and
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and charity. That union as we wine. Bread is the stable food It Is!" not Christ Who t*.

ST. PETERSBURG Aviv when a truck struck have seen, knits together the soul as well as a body. The in the diet of most people, and He gives us Communion In changed in u", an is the foodte : u."dl
their vehicle broadside. spiritual part of him demandsa *! di9 t'mt
members of the Mystical Body wine the stable drink of a the form of a banquet, in which eat; it is t\e who are incorporated
food which is above the
material
--- as the branches are united to great part of mankind. There- we all eat the same food. Communion in Him. A. U. Craig Randal L. Bennett
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American Oils; with Brand StaCleanCL Heating Port Orange's Father oftentimes, Intangible' Injusticeand munlon' a part of the Sacrifice for the hard, hard struggle of preventing them, their very Council aid named Dutch lauded

2-4421 Daytona Beach David Page, an official of cruelty. he received the Eucharistat the future. weakness should draw them
Like a contagious disease 'Injustice his # HOME NO Brother Nicet- VATICAN CITY NC
daily (
the St. Augustine Mission Uass often to the strength and nourishment )- ( )-Pope
has found its way Into To the early Christian, it was Today it is nothing short of of Christ in the Joseph F.S.C., superior generalof Paul VI has praised the mis-

Foundation, was one 0 f almost every sphere of human almost unthinkable to go to tragic that those very people Eucharist.In the Christian Brothers, has sionary spirit of the Netherlands -

those who gave sermons at activity. Mass and refuse to receiveChrist's who need Christ the most receive these evil and dangerous been named an expert for the in a Vatican Radio broadcast -

I Many nominal and even Him the least. ecumenical council, making to that country on the
In
the 1963 diocesan Eucharistic some Body the sacrificial times, our need for the Euchar-
church-going Christians him the first head of feast of its patron Saint Willi-
have
a
meal. istic Christ congre-
I Congress in Jacksonville.Here We must bear in mind that grows more press
is what he said about become so steeped in the prevalent Thus the Apostles and first the reception of Holy Communion ing with each passing day. gation of Brothers to have of- brord.

the Eucharist pagan atmosphere that, Christians, daily nourished and is not just a pious practice, The number of Christianswho ficial council status. The Pope recalled that the

Christian source of in their standard of values, fortified with the Bod} '"of it is a necessity for our spirituallife. have been martyred be- The Christian Brothers, with saint had been sent as a mis-

: Piety and justice: selfishness has taken the placeof Christ, went forth into the This Bread of Angels is as hind the iron curtain during 17,710 members, have schools in sioner to the Netherlands fey

amen I say to you: justice. Christ's principle'of hostile pagan world to meet necessary for our souls as ordinary the last three decades has been 88 countries, including the U. S. Pope Sergius I in 693. He said

AMEN you eat the flesh giving to others what, Is their persecution' and oftentimesdeath. bread Is for our bodies. far greater than that martyredin where they run schools in 28 St. Willibrord had "impressed
due has been replaced.i that deeply a love for the missions
the Son: of Man and drinkHis : >y the Roman Empire during dioceses.
Yet sad
Game e whicn '!says; Grab for'yourself All the Martyrs to..y> invery in the hearts of your ancestors.
beginning
Blood, you shall not have i contingent the first; three centuries of
parish, a large receive
what ever you can get. away with St. Stephen relied for Paper protests And the Christian Faith whichhe
FLORIDA IS FULL life in you. (John 6, 53)) the Body of Christ but Christianity.It to the Netherlands has
with gave
their strength and courage may be difficult now to MEXICO CITY (XC) The
OF once or twice. and then
year of the
DANDEE MOMSDink's Anxiety and sadness theseare this \ in the course centuries
: Bread.
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heavenly visualize It, but the day Catholic "Mundo :\Iejor"
-
may weekly
the predominant senti- Thus, false insurance claims, mostly as a. matter of obligation sent out thousands of its sons
doctored income tax returns St. Ignatius of Antioch while to avoid sin. come when your faith and has strongly denounced
ments of all true followers committing and daughters, who became
of
In prison awaiting to be devoured mine may be put to the test police confiscation in Acapulcoof
padded expense accounts, and the of
Christ as they contemplate the Do such people really think missionaries in cause
debts by lions and tigers and you and I may well be one of its issues shortly be- "
unpaid
are regarded as
spiritual and that Jesus gave us His Body Christ.
decay growing in- clever business prayed that as Christ became asked to give our lives for fore the arrival of PresidentTito
difference of the modern world. manipulationsrather merely to impose on us a new Pope Paul paid tribute to the
than food for our sake so he also Christ. If that time should of Yugoslavia.Issues .
gross Injustices.On obligation and thus test our fact that at present there are
All serious thinkers are deep- might become the food of wild obedience? come, woe betide any of us of another Catholic 70 missionary Bishops from

Hickory Smoked Bar-B-Q ly concerned with the gradual every side God's good and beasts for Christ's sake. Nothing could be farther who should rely on our natural weekly, "Union," and the political seven Dutch dioceses working
abandonment of the traditional wise laws are openly flouted.. and determination. Far "
courage
RIBS-CHICKEN-SHRIMP
I Yes. frequent partaking o fChrist's from His intention. Listen to review "Xacion. were throughout the world.
Christian principles and the Even many so-called good better for us to rely on our own
Body nourish- confiscated the same day.
gave
Plate Lunch 90c His words in John Chapter 6
I consequent persistent rise in Christians are indifferent to weakness and confidence .
place our
and zeal to the
ment, strength, Verses 4-57. "Amen, amen, I Mundo Mejor said on Octo-
Opp. Castaway. So. Atlantic the crime sayto
rate. the morass of evil all around
in the strength of Christ
Christians. will do the
early It unless eat the flesh ber 26 that it tries to give its BeachPRINTING
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Closed Sundays twin companion, sexual immorality to the spreading of Christ's this 20th century. f His Blood, you shall not have There is no necessity, how- and world events and therefore

have become common- knowledge and love. Truly, ever, to await for such an
)Member, Our Lady of Lourdes life in you. He who eats My could not hide the truth on
place among young and old. spiritual decay, apathy, and in- The greatest and noblest effect eventuality before using the "crimes committed against the
Flesh and drinks Blood
of the Eucharist is that it My ,
difference are the keynotes of strength and nourishment of "
I Marital unfaithfulness and will unite with abides in Me and I in him." Yugoslav Catholics by Tito. Letter Press & Offset
us intimately
our age. the Eucharist.The .
its inevitable result divorce
when our loving Saviour. We becomeone This is not legal language difficulty of living as followers Prisoners' aid diesCAIIIIICIVEI'N Couchman Printing Co.
Now is are now acceptable to a frivol-- Today, so many are
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ous and soft society. ready to give up the practiceof of Christ in our modern : Ireland (N
the language of love. CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia
the time to While in theory we are all their faith for mere bodily We can say then, with St. society grows more intense C) -. Monsignor Hugh O'Flah-

children of God, in daily life, pleasure or convenience, our Paul: "I live now not I but How deeply and sorely it each year. We need much supernatural erty, who helped thousands of

renew yoursubscription however, large minorities minds naturally turn back to Christ liveth in me." must grieve the heart of our strength and courage Allied prisoners to escape from Seaside Shell Service'

through no fault of their own, the heroic Christians of the Being united so closely with loving Saviour to see so many to face ridicule, scorn, and nazi-occupied Rome, died hereon

to: are social outcasts and in their early Church. Christ necessarily strengthensour lukewarm Catholics lock the the superior attitude of those October 30. FUEL OIL

bitter lot suffer glaring though We ask ourselves the question union with our fellowman.For door of their hearts against who ignore Christ's teachingsor The Priest, wno was honoredby 1 Mil >.. of (lit. Itrrndan

THE : "What exactly was the we are all the brothers of Him each Sunday at Mass. look on Catholic morality as both the United States and 1500 Ocean Shore Bird.

secret medicine that enabled Christ and sons of God. It is old-fashioned and unreasonable.We Britain for his wartime exploits OR 7-9640 Ormond Beach
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Porch and Patio Specialties indifference? the same time strengtheningour cause Christ's they pay only lip serviceto resist i the many current unjust office and spent most of his Italian and American Food

I If don't receiveit Rattan Wrought Iron "What made them so vigorous love for our fellowman. loving words. practices the subtle bribes, life in Rome. He retired two
you and the Because their love for Christis P.M. 'til I II I i P.M.
now -You should Aluminum courageous in practice Frequent Communion will I I the plundering of public funds years ago and came here to Open 5

Highway I Ormond BeachI of their faith?" it is a his- consequently and inevitablylead weak they are not preparedto and the alluring profits resulting live with his sister. Banquet Facilities

torical fact that within three of go out of their way to seek
to a growing sense justice from various underhand de-
centuries from the founding of and fair play, a lesseningof His mercy in the sacrament of iices. Drawings givenTIC.X Closed Mondays

Floyd J. Tredway'sDaytona the Church, the vast Roman racial tension and national Penance and endure the neces- ''',.\ CITY (NC) A

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Christ in the Eucharist is In- Christ's sake. been presented to Pope Paul
I DAYTOXA DE LAND Under God thN! can largelybe
110 So. deed the source of piety and For as true followers of our VI by Father Wilfred A. Tis- 1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL
Campbell-CTi 3-1636 SCO So. Dlvd-RE 4-558T attributed to the vigor and speaks of
justice.Of Pope Master, we must die daily to dell of the Worcester diocese. 2-1357
zeal of the ordinary lay Christian -
ourselves we are weak our selfishness, to worldliness, Father Tisdell discovered the
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I and helpless in the struggle council impact and to the allurements of Satan. drawings in the United States.

Why were those early followers against sin and evil. But the Instead of being selfcenteredwe Many are by the famous Italian CARPETS & LINOLEUM
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Paul VI has told those at his
zealous in their religion and tyrs were also weak and fickle confident that we share in His and deal with the erection of
general audience last week that
why are we so weak? What by nature. They too were sur- strength for we are nourishedand the famed Bernini colonnade
CL 3-7622 DAYTONA BEACHKAY'S two events are currently occupying -
I was the secret of their sanctityand rounded by the ever present his the strengthened and sancti-- that rings St. Peter's Square Wall To Wall
thoughts: present CarpetAI's
fied His Flesh and His
success? inclinations resulting from self by by here.
ecumenical council and the
Without the least! hesitationwe love and unruly passions. Blood. ,
fourth centenary of the Coun-
RESTAURANTNEWLY can answer: the secret lay But they realized that, left

in their practice of frequentand to itself, human nature was too cil of Trent. Honors apostle CL 2-1524 Daytona Floor Covering.Telephone ,.,
ENLARGED & REDECORATED these
He said two events
devout Holy Communion.If weak to overcome the alluringsnare
ALA-CARTE and FULL COURSE DINNERS "Fill heart with solicitude VATICAN CITY (NC) A WOOD'SFuel
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we look to the history of of the world, the flesh,
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that the crdtn.3ChritIrt offered -the Eucharist not only to cern the life of Church inits tx-atifi-eation of Blessed Holly Hill. Ha.QUICKWASH. _
LJ up the sacrifice of Christ'sBody purify their souls from the fundamental aspects.he
added Dominic Barberi, Pope Paul VI
--. "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS SINCE 1881" and Blood each day. Be- habitual faults of the past but : has announced.The .

he realized that Corn- nourish and them
to
cause strengthen "If other positive results -
among; church will be dedicatedto

_, : Wm. A. Rifzi & Sons the council will also have Saint Augustine of Canter- 5 Minute Automatic Car Wash

p Washington letter that of increasing the ecrlesia- bury, the Pope told ArchbishopJohn
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Quota change urged as of its best results.' Saint Augustine was the 2 Blocks from the Ocean at 530 Broadway -


PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES DUPLICATED "This result, beloved sons, apostle of England in the daysof
Justice in of Its early Christianization.
immigration must mature every one
L the faithful. Therefore, let eachof Blessed Dominic, who received CLUB 92 SKYLINE
Cardinal Newman into the
CONTACT
; ARTIFICIAL the United States immigration you coming to Rome and
LEGISLATION'changing Church in the 19th is
LENSES century
EYES controversial national listening to the voice of the RESTAuRANTSLobster
origins
the of the
known as "Apostle
-;__ apparently will not in this Pope, hear yourself exhorted
quota system pass congress.The Second Spring" for the Catholic -
thus No must remain aloof
.p SCHWALM OPTICAL bill is sponsored by the administration and backed by : one Church in England. Church Frog Legs Shrimp
from the life of the Church
more than a third of the senate and a majority of the law does not permit dedicationof ALL YOU CAN EAT $3.25
he said.

163 BROADWAY CL 3-2813 DAYTONA senate judiciary committee, yet its outlook is not sanguine.by "Every Christian can and Blessed.tiiamiimmianimmmaumumiomg a church. in honor of a Steaks Italian Foods Sea Foods

There is another session of
the countries to which they must have a knowledge of her

the 88th congress after the cur- are assigned.The great problems. Every one CLUB 92 U.S. 92 SKYLINE U.S. 1

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that civil rights, tax reduction, called on him to have a place Opposite Speedway-CL 3-9812 at Airport-New Smyrna, .
give immigrants preferance
_ For Quality health care, foreign aid and the Church and each must
in ,
on the basis of their skills and I NOW g giiiminmmmnnmmiiminimnmm
similar legislation will take
'eeMM up his vocation each
to ,
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the relationship of these skillsto VISIT STEAK N SHAKEIN
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Then, too, there Is oppositionby ships to persons already in the great universal family of
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: forces such as got the national -.this and of Christ," Pope Paul concluded. I I
priority
.. country;
reenacted POWDER. PUFF. Blossom Trail e'Q, I 110 S. Ocean Ave.
quota system -
the Halifax Area for Over 30 YearsS. in 1952. registration. BEAUTY SALON 2820 E. Colonial l Dr. 945 Volusia Ave.CHILI .

Senator Philip A. Hart of ,Furniture Books IN WINTER PARK ___________ *
Milton Carlton Owner
At the same time, 72 reli- Cards Creative Hair .
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416 Charles St. Port Orange glOUS and other groups have measure, is urging people to LLOYD COX Permanent. Silver Blending Steakburger ..' t .It'. Genuine" Freib
the and Daily From Our
to back
.. joined together make the immigration law Tinting Choice Ground Steak,, Own Kitchen.
President's proposal to end the Office SuppliesCL GrilM Served Oft
change an issue in next year'selection. Helen M. Srhceiik. OR '-4111al I I. 4 Toult LIke It.lilT'S .
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ment of immigration of the Na- This is one of the things : FLORIDA -.-ILLlNQiS-MiSSOR1-

_ : Marbleized Coating For: tional Catholic Welfare Con- that hints the proposal probably

I Tile Shingle Roofs ference, Catholic Relief ServicesNCWC will not get through this FOR THE FINEST

the National Con-
; congress. AND LARGEST
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the National Catholic Ru- Senator Hart recently declared SEAFOOD MENU
I ALL TYPES ROOFS- Cleaned Sprayed, Repaired
ral Life Conference. at a public dinner: "To
Gravel Roofs Locked With
eastern and southern Euro- TRY

Under the national origins peans we have said, you are
J BRIGHT CRETE THE SHRIMP HOUSEIN
quota system immigrants are only 1/1000 as desirable as a

i-___ Free Estimates OR 7-0295 admitted to the C oS. In proportion person born in western Eu- DAYTONA 2128 So. Atlantic CL_ 53341NORWOOD'S
to the national origins "
or
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of the U.S. population in 19 o.
_ By making the immigrationlaw SEA FOODIN
A total of 156,700 "quota Im- change an issue of public
/.e NEW SMYRNA GA 8-4621! Open II A.M.-9 P.M.
Igrants" may be admitted debate in the coming elections,
CtEANERS
' each year. This system greatly he contends, its advocates can

_" DETERGENTS ( favors immigration from certain keep the subject before con-

DEODORANTS Z41ot1TTh'aIre o sections of the world, for gress and the American people DAYTONA Retail Sales l-

FLOOR WAXES example northern Europe, at and can help to control the Discount Prices

INSECTICIDESDISINFECTANTS I the expense of other sections, tone of the debate.

I for example southern and eastern "We can see," he asserts, FURNITURE

4 SWIM POOL CHEMICALS "GRIME DOESN'T PAY" Europe. "that the argument. not over .

_ EQUIPMENT t SUPPLIESMANUFACTURING President John F. Kennedyhas numbers of jobs but over dig-
(l CHEMISTS &: DISTRIBUTORS said this system Is ""with nity aridespcct for each, man 1.arg. Soct7en SHOWROOMS f
SPECIALTIES out basis in either logic or and for judging him 0 n the Quality Furnitur
CHEMICAL f
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some 60,000 quota numbers are worth." The senator says ..thisis .
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Father Dens B McCarthyHNS I.- Church in LtS

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I fosters reverent action ;:' ', '! Everest crucifix Priests for AfricaWASHINGTON

4IF SEATTLE (XC) -The first (XC) -The
I would recall to your minds since been failed on to "be filthy literature! dried up for- ) _A.midar t.<. scale the summit 'Whites !Io*at.hers haw fiftt
also, that from the very beginning ].ul>lloly a r'>|'.irK or light, a rrnter want or sales, where we are In ," _
Utt1I of Mount Everest has pre- major seminaries In Africa in
I of this Holy Name of charity, a life-giving the majority? Has the known r sented a crucifix: he found which more than 1000 African

movement, in 1274, the public leaven" among his fellowuien. teaching of the Church on divorce a'c* '-I : there to Seattle University. diocesan Priests have been educated -

I lowered the divorce rate The presentation was made 913 of them still living
To those who dwell in bliss- !
I Ij where our churches schools, -a: .. q1
National ful ignorance and presume that by James Whittaker of Red- the community's information
I
Director I the work of the Holy Name academies and colleges are nu. mond, Washington, who was center here has announced.
j 9
IJ Society is outmoded, it may merous? graduated from the university Seventeen of these Priests

come as something of a shockto Or are conditions such that in 1952. Whittaker, a member have been made Bishops, Including

.poke to ]J realize that exactly v.'hat the one would never know, that a I of the American Everest team, Laurean Cardinal Ru-

Holy Name Confraternity has community harbored a great ____ reached the summit on May gambwa Bishop of Bukoba,

diocesan ,,.. counselled and required of its body of Catholics, who are instructed __ 'Ii 1 and found the crucifix in a Tanganyika, who is the

convention members, has been set forth by in their faith, who frequent small metal can near the Church's first Nrgro Cardinal

;! the late Holy Father, as the the sacraments, and who ilitth v south summit of Mount Ever- Since 1939 the White Fathers

basis on which all real hope try earnestly to keep mortal i est. With it were a rosary anda have handed over two arch

J. manifestation of our reverence for the betterment of the world sin out of their lives? ---- medal of Pope John XXIII. dioceses and 12 dioceses to
adds members--
for the Name of God and of His Perpetual Help group
__ _
.
articles were
for disarmament The religious African clergy for administra.tion.
rests hope successful
Son, has been an integral part : I think you know the answer Father Thomas! G. Kelly Tampa has stressed to mem- live membership so that

]1 of Holy Name practice. for a stronger and and you know the reason why. CJ5S.R., pastor of Our Lady bers of Altar-Rosary} *>o. each may be a )part of the identified Indian as expedition those given by to Father a- .
effective federation of 1962
more
of Perpetual Help parish in ciety the importance of ac- active laity being stressed! in of Reds dies
; Pope Gregory X, In his famous the nations, for an outlawingof So many are satisfied to wear the Marshall M. Moran SJ., Foe
current councilin
letter to Blessed!' John of nuclear weapons of destruc. their lapel button, march with Sharing our treasureChurch's Romr. general a Chicago Priest stationed in PITTSBURGH (NO-Father

Vercelli, Dominican master!' tion, for an end to racialismand the Society on Sunday, and New members of the par- Nepal. Paul J. Ubinger C.P., 70, a

general, first! introduced the colonialism: in a word, for even make an annual retreat, prisoner of Chinese commu-

custom of bowing our heads at peace on earth. but do not want to upset pleas- unity draws l"h! organization pictured To entertain troops nists for two years, died on
with him al.e. from left, :Mrs.I. .
the sound of the Name of Jesus, But when we stop to reflect, ant relations with those about CopdIrs.: Joseph! Ci- WASHINGTON (NO)-Four- November 4 at St. Paul's Pas-

an act of respect that could he it is obvious that any Improve- them by insisting that thereare prich Mrs. Frank Stanley, teen students majoring in mu- sionist monastery here of a

seen. ment in our relations with other other sins besides murderand student into fold JUs", Rovlyn: Smith. Mrs. sic at the Catholic Universityof heart attack.A .
adultery. here have been invited native of
America Pittsburgh and
between "
; The Indulgence you gain for men, or nations of the marks of the Church, which, like a magnet, Horace Rodriguez; !seated, .
must start with improvementin There is a sin called theft, ONE to entertain United States an alumnus of Duquesne University
wearing a Holy Name emblem drawn truth seekers into her fold is her marvelous 3Irs. W. McCoy, Mrs. B.
individuals. sometimes! disguished as graftor military personnel in the Caribbean Father Ubinger joined
.Alon.o ;Miss Hilda Perez and
is dependent upon your wear- bribery; there is a sin knownas unity. Her members profess the same ;Faith, receive the area during the Christ- the Passionists in 1913 and was
Jibs
; Ing it visibly. The Church of- The heart of the 'ommon same sacraments assist at essentially the Mass and Adeline Perez.Seminarians.
lying, that may extend to same mas holidays. ordained in 1919. He went to
ten grants a plenary indulgence man is. the exact: spot where acknowledge the of the The invitation extendedby China in
perjury; there is a sin called supreme authority Holy See. was as a missionary 1922.
for going to the sacra- the Jay aloo.tolate: imi-:.t begin gluttony; there is a sin called In an ever increasing degree Christians realize that inPoand's the national music council serving in Yuanshan. After the,
ments of Confession and "
Holy Well what has prevented intoxication, sometimes masquerading Christ insisted upon such unity on the part of all His fol and USO Shows. The group communists came to power, he
Communion
Church
visiting a Holy :Name. men from reachingthe as social drinking; lowers. / draft as will leave here December 19 was arrested in 1951 and held
and
;I saying the prescribed goal envisioned by good there is a sin called blasphemyand Hence more and more of Clearly this was not the unity and return on January 15. The in prison until 1953 when he

prayers.But Pope John? Without disregard. in 700 years our Societyhas them are turning to the Catho- which Jesus said was to char punitive measure tour will include stops in returned to this country.

your special plenary indulgence .. acterize His Church. Puerto Rico, the Canal Zone.
the not eradicated it. BERLIN
ing actual accomplishmentsof --- -" (XC)-The recently
obtainable on the I prayed t? God for guidanceand the Guantanamo base in Cuba, Catalogue givenST.
When
second Sunday of each month the Confraternity its we let our neighbors i reported drafting of sem-

be secured only if strengthening of the moral know we stand for decency, all "':; :.,,\ :,: took instructions from Father inarians into the Polish armed the West Indies and the Ba- M i: I X A It I), Indiana

may participate in a procession.you an growth of the individual and down the line, and we ceaseto Father "',,;. :;' George ,Bertling and later services was done as a punitive hamas. (XC)-The Abbey Press here
from H. Roos S-J.
act of This of the family and its acknow- be so liberal-minded where on December measure against the has published a mail order
public reverence.
emphasis, an outward evi- ledged benefit to the community sins are involved, we will be John A. 19, 1932 at 'the age of 19, I Bishops having jurisdiction Telecast Set Christian family catalogue list

Interior we can still wonder why leavening the world around us, was received into the fold of over the seminarians, according XBYOHK (NC)-Telecast ing books, pamphlets, art, rec-
dence of is
Intended! to havo: an reverence effect on H i ha.;\? n
Copenhagen.The November 10 at 10:30:
Christian family living. Copiesare
those who see it. One immediate answer is: The reports said the seminarians -
$ It is not an easy thing to do; a.m., EST, is a program pre- available free from the
that Name were told openly by -
individuals government
Holy men, as intervening have
years
'
it llIs
for boldness
(: and courage senting Frank McHugh in a
Or to translate! all this into abbey.
authorities that theywere
have conformed fulfilled
not Christ's promise that
and above all, charity.We dramatic of the J. F.
of the rendering
the Encyclical,
language Church
their lives entirely "to the order "the pillar and whatever one gives up for His being drafted to punish "

; the Holy Name man has long desired by God." But that are dealing with human ground of truth," and the Mother \ sake he receives a hundredfold.In their Bishops. Powers short story, "Dawn.

\! still leaves us asking, why beings with human weaknesses. Church of Christianity.This Entire classes of students On November 17 the story of ORLANDO
the place of Noah and the Ark will be told
haven't they? is illustrated in the conversion uncertaintyand were drafted into the armed
St. Augustine disunity received certainty through mime and poetry read. WINTER PARK
The other day, J. Edgar Is there anything more needed of Finn Lynge of forces, according to an inform-
and ings in "Prayers From the
Hoover in a statement issuedon in this portion of God's Greenland, now a Priest of the unity. ant. It was learned that the "

the anniversary of his entry world than common sense, restraint Oblates of Mary Immaculate at Wanting to share my precious seminary in Tarnow lost 62 Ark. The program is presented
L. BARNES in with the Na-
EUGENE
cooperation
; into special government and discipline? Trace Pass Christian, Mississippi, who treasure with others I joined students in the draft and 21 Complete Pest Control
tional Council of Catholic Men.
&SONREALTORS service declared that crime in the public problems of any relates his life story in this the Oblates of Alary Immac- were taken from the seminaryin LEWIS -COBBEXTERMINATING

& INSURORS your community will continueto city and you will find that a manner: ulate. After studying at the Poznan.In Pavilion CO.

65 King Street increase because good citizens want of discipline taught, and I was horn in Greenland and Gregorian University in Rome similar drafts of seminarians going up Incorporated 19 4 C13O

St. Augustine "do not want to get in- discipline practiced lies at the lived there till the age of 13 and at Our Lady of the Snows in the past, the informant XKW YORK (XC) Steel Wilfred Dr.-P.O. Box 1148

Established I 1895 volved." bottom of every one of them.! without ever seeing a Catholic. Scholasticate at Pass Christian said the students for the structural work has been completed Orlando 341-340*
I was ordained and said for the Vatican pavilionat
At that time my Priesthood were thoroughly in-
Greenland
Nobody wants to be a harsh was
.1 reluctance the of
on part the New YorkVorld's Fair,
first Mass
at St. Louis Mis
Bay structed in marxism in their
closed to all
denominationsother
task-master but has the
nobody
,
Catholics and this must include which opens next April 22.
sissippi.
than the Danish Lutheran barracks. AVIIEX .
Xainn toget right to permit others for YOU NEED
Holy men Next steps in the pavilion'sconstruction
State Church. :Most: likely I will be sent asa Before their
For themscl\es involved by acting whose training he is respon- discharge they are enclosure of Calendars PrIntlnLabels

as a life-giving leaven in sible, to wreck their lives be- After World War II we move missionary to Greenland to were offered! university scholarships the structure and interior fin- Postcard Plaques Badge

"Plus Value"InsuranceAsk s'\ their community, is all too evident. cause enforcing discipline is ed to Denmark where I had extend the Church's slender if they refused to return ishing. Trophies Flags

Consider tbo.e pl.iceshcre an unpleasant task. my high school, college and 'beachhead in that missionary to the seminary. A very Book Decals:Hatches Bump Gimmicks
country in the far north-my small of the StriP.
percentage! seminarians -
\\ Catholics are numerousattie Someday those responsiblewill university education. My mother
p native land, the Priest con- have accepted! the Call Peter SchaaPsORLAXDO
in iiieirIlilich ...ocieti, have to pay the penalty of was of pure Danish extrac- I BARNES I
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valent there as in areas in ( ) superintendent of Chicago'sCatholic

which Catholics are less in evidence 700 inmates that this new jail Interest in the Catholic schools has quarreled here with a statement that FOR YOUR FASTENING NEEDS
will house, are there because religion was kindled when I
? parochial school supporters are now willing to "phase them

HcrVs the man who can tell Has the pernicious flood of someone placed over them did became Catholic acquainted with a devout out." "My experience," said Monsignor William E. Mc- UNIVERSAL BOLT CO.
family in Den
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retirement income. See Him America' >o. 1 Road Car Marks 101 st Church stemmed from miscon- system." signor McManus commented:
year "I Too writers
today! ceptions of her teachings. He was asked for commenton disagree. many Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres?
BANTA BROS.St. HIt() (NC-The) CthoIicChurch's recently hastir d at
VA 4iito: While attending the Univer- an article in the Saturday We have a home designed for your family
Augustine, Florida oldest Bishop, who as only one side of the school picture -
sity of Copenhagen I read Evening Post for October 26.
,
numerous
Augustine -
secretary of the sacred -the large classes in
congre- some
P. O. Box 518
Catholic authors Sig- The author said that "a sub- DEMETREE BUILDERS
gation of rites for 30 years was : schools and the need for more
rid stantial number (of Catholic
Undset, Johannes Jorgen-
responsible for 62 canoniza- teachers and funds to expand. 5307 East Colonial Drive CB 7-1923
tions and some 200 beatifica- sen G. K. Chesterton and Karl parents) are now clearly more

tions, marked his 101st birth- Adam. The latter's book, "The than willing to accept a phas- "Why do they i ignore the

day on November 9. Spirit of Catholicism," made a ing out of parochial schools, at high professional! !' standards of

Archbishop Alfonso Cannel, deep impression on me. I beganto least at the elementary level." the Catholic "system! and itsstrong THOMSON & McKINNONIN

see the world-wide characterof Monsignor McManus said: consistent!' !' efforts to
now retired, is a native Roman
Catholicism and was fasci- "I challenge the evidence on achieve and maintain professional ORLANDO SINCE 1924
and the son of a distinguished
nated by its matchless unity. that 'phasing out' statement.He excellence?"
archeologist and paleontologist.He .
says 'a substantial number' Member New York Stock Exchangeand
taught liturgy at Rome'sUrban Jesus had prayed that His
"The whole accent In
of Catholics. \Vhat does he our
con-
University beore being followers would be "one, even school is other principal exchanges
sider a substantial number system: on 'aggiorna.
made a Bishop by Pope Pius as thou, Father, in me, and I "
mento'
XII in 1943. in thee that the world may 5, 10, 15, :20? 40, 50%? Or one- (up-dating), Monsignor CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2-7183
McManus
stated. "What
half of 1%? we
i Asked whether he remembered believe that thou has sent me" need and are getting in the

the First Vatican Council, (John 17, 21)). "I would not say there is an Catholic schools is exactly

((1869-1870)) Archbishop Carinci Saint Paul stressed the Importance overwhelming sentiment for what the Church needs and is

said: "Yes indeed, although at of unity, exhorting phasing out the elementary getting at the Vatican council; %l LIVE SAFELY !

that time I was only a little Christians to "preserve the school when every year our 'aggiornamento.'

I MEN boy. Who would have thoughtI unity of the Spirit in the bond enrollment goes up" "We must continually up- c3L $ DRIVE SAFELY !
of peace: one body and one
myself some day would be- date our schools.
That is whatwe
come a council Father!" Spirit, even as you' were call As for the charge that paro- are doing. It's our whole \\.tt Consult this directory before your next tankful of

IS THIS WHAT YOU ed in one hope of your calling; chial schools are obsolete. Mon mood and attitude," the educator ,gas or needed repairs. You'll be glad you did.
one Lord one faith one Bap-
said.
We Offer To A Select Clientele tism" (Eph. 4, 3-5)).
HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR? A Limited ::umber Ot flatted Altar consecrated He pointed to the Catholic St. Charles Good Shepherd

And Improved Family Estate Outside the Catholic Church BERLIN (NC) Archbishop school system's flexibility as a Azalea Park

A Peaceful lour, Fh. And Six Aero Parcel unity was conspicuous by its Alfred Bengsch Bishop of Ber- key reason why it can so con- Golf !Serrleo!

Quiet, Prayerful Mission Valley absence. lin, has recently consecratedthe sistently up-date and modernizeits FUELOILDELIVERY

main altar of the restored educational CD
Weekend At Relying one the private In- programs.
Cathedral of St. the FRONT E>'D
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t Orlando Informative approach to preparing r : .- The Florida Catholic, Friday, Nov. 15, 1963 Page Nine
St. Mary MagdalenSt. St. JamesA children for the true 1 .r .
meaning of Christmas. Joe Williams
.
Mary Magdalen parish card for the "
party benefitof
will Father Farrelly as the main I
4 sponsor the annual fall
the clubroom
parish will be :
: festival and spaghetti dinner held on Monday, December 2. the speaker traced the origins of it '" I I Fans enjoy picking! own
liturgy differentiating
Saturday, November 23, at All ladles of the parish _'

Camp San Pedro. The dinner welcome. Mrs. John Mooney are is from the rubrics. Many of the .L .i } I
teams stars
\ will be prepared and served chairman and reservations may components of liturgical observances .y. areas top ,
as prescribed by the
under the direction of Mr. and
be made '
by calling Mrs. James
k Sacred Congregation of Rites football teams is harmless empty
\ Mrs. James Connelongo and McLeod at GA 3-4608. ,. RANKING college a
their food committee. were detailed to illustrate how I .... This week's No. 1 is liable to be next week's
The St. James Catholic Wom these forms aid in the primary ,1/
Many new activities have No. 10.
been included this year-an en's Club November held their meeting on functions of prayer and wor- : > I .: tr'V At season's end whoever is on top is supposedly thenation's
Monday, 11 in the '
ship, that is: 1. Adoration, 2. ,
1 j. ,
V '
I old-fashioned horse-drawn hay- new club room at St. James Thanksgiving, 3. Penance, 4. .'.*JIIIiI best, an eminence only those immediately -
ride, boat rides, a Cakewalk, School with president Mrs. Supplication. The meeting was t V V ) concerned-coach, players and

\ doll sale, pony rides-amusements James A. McLeod presiding.The closed with a prayer for the ,. old grads-take seriously. Gone are the

-l for young and old. meeting was opened with Poor Souls in Purgatory.A k days when certain sectors had a monopoly

I I Frank Malatesta will supervisechildren's the recitation of the Rosaryled Communion breakfast has : 1 of talent and sedulously nourished it. To-

ro'clock and games award from prizes.3 to 4 by Father Terence J. Far- been arranged by :Mrs. T. J. ; Q day no sector-east, west, south or northis
relly.A .
\ Quinby to follow the regular
Anyone who has not received without its quota of Grade A teams.
short business meeting Communion Sunday at the 9
tickets in the mail and wishes Therefore rankings, never significant, are
during which the committee a.m. Mass on November 17 at
reservations may call George more meaningless than ever. Besides, the
chairmen were introduced was the Club Room.
McLaughlin TE 8-3931. to confine to
followed by a program on the St. Andrew growing tendency play con-
; The general chairman is ference members virtually precludes national -
liturgy and its significance.Mrs. Members of St. Andrew
: Mrs. Joseph Boruch who is : Brantley Burcham intro Guild are attending rehearsalsfor consideration. Oftener than not, bowl games tendto

assisted by M r s. Herman duced Mrs. V. D. Callanan who singing the Mass. The first repudiate rather than confirm the validity of national

Schauer, Mrs. Fred Defillips, had a general introduction to practice took place this I rankings though Southern
and Mrs. Michael Mishko. h e 20-year-old, 190-pound
the topic and suggestions for Wednesday after novena and I California's
M where
V \ out of Scranton,
Lanark adult participation. Mrs. Harry before the women met in the 1V&V :
---' '- --- year were
chose
dad is in trucking,

Sacred Heart W. Phipps..._,.gave.. _._. a lively and church hall. Band music enlivens Hornets' homecoming Indications (where he waits on
----
A day of recollection for the -- V Bishop :Moore High School's band under the direc- by beating ) over some 30 other col

men of Blessed Sacrament par- tion of Daniel F. Pattishall, contributed to a I a r g ecrowd's will wind up some of which were of

ish and missions of Tallahassee enjoyment of last Friday night's football gameat No. 1 team. considerably more than

will be held at Sacred Heart THb Evans Field, Orlando. The music makers, about 30 How such a ride, because, to quote

mission in Lanark on November V V JV strong, played loud and often to match the Hornet justified on "Here I'm a student first- ,
S
16.The. schedule that "
gridders' parade of touchdowns over Satellite Beach. player second.
Tallahassee men will ; is beyond is the kind of who
the air filled with the boy
drive Keeping frosty "victory march"are
from Blessed Sacrament mortal man.
jrrr,4 the value of
church at 8:30: a.m. to Lanark. V ; V left to right front row, :Mary Smith and Candy A popular ideally. -

There they will hear a sermon : r Baines tootling their flutes. Swelling the band's peppy Is to

have an opportunity to beat, in second row from left are, Diane Bouck on bells; ball, a school has a significance!

go to confession, have time for ecI ? I William O'Brien and Anne LeFils with saxaphones. The ported by him far beyond Saturday's

meditation, and receive Holy IiW entire group display their talents on over two dozen .

Communion at a special 12 : / varied instruments. In Int
o'clock Mass. eastern teams his courses are ad.

After luncheon, there will bea r I over ..700 calculus, English, dyna
_
!
; and thermodynamics of
group discussion, a period of ____ west coast
.V 4Vt V : than fair in fluid flow and
meditation, sermon and Bene-
diction of the Most Blessed Sac- dynamics. His pra-
Penn State interest in physical ed,
rament. I j Navy major of so many col
Charbneau presidentof
Larry ,
I:1 after to
losing
: is
football players, con
the Tallahassee Holy Name, 1

says that they will leave Lanark L HAPPY homecoming crowds at some diocesan high 1 Army derline clipped- to action on coach the field Dick,
Princeton
by 3:30 p.m. in order to had added to cheer. The '
V reasons victory and
wings
I proudly points out, he
arrive at home by dinner.
drought was broken in St. Augustine when St. 5-to-6
1 : Joseph I a point an A student.ORLANDO.
+ : V V Academy upset Crescent City, 16-13. Also on last Friday'r match with

V ORLANDOWINTER night, Bishop Moore High School gridmen put on their, sub-par \ '

PARK strongest offensive power to blast down Satellite High I the


40-0.Father Lopez High School in a pouring rain at Largo,, While- the PARK
i
RAY MEARS : led off the victory parade by Tampa Catholic and Clearuater, also, this will

climbing above the 500 mark, Central Catholic fought to a l the

JEWELERS making Callahan the victims ofa 19-19 tie.Playing. League has
MASONRY?
., 33-24 score. Daytona's Memorial nell, Dana ASBESTOS SIDING?'
---- 3 J as the "home" team
-, :: L
Locally Owned and Operated Byr. ; -- '. Stadium crowd saw the 'Jim Dunda CONCRETE BLOCK?
F. & SCJSAX >URSEV Invitation to HN meeting includes dinner at St. Charl Orlando Green Waves roll up their the Marauders of Coach Ar.. probably the our l10111C S ?
.. J
11 Iran In Jewelry' Bn Ine BRICK?
The Holy Name Society's volunteer members. In last Priest, he accepted! a chaplain. highest score of the year mand Sabourin salvaged a tie f Archie ASPHALT SIDING? *

VISIT OUR BOOTHAT regular monthly meeting in week's "kitchen crew" Wil- cy in the Undted States Navy which bodes ill for their three on a two point run by Tony' But the -

St. Charles parish social liam Heil, left, prepares to from which h<: recently retired remaining foes in the St. Johns Granese. The latter's 23 yard[ Concannon at

THE HOME hall always features a din help serve fellow members. after 23 years$ service. River Conference. pass to Ed Liddy had broughtthe : and the -

ner menu arranged cooked Ready in the cafeteria final TD in the 3rd quarter,. all, Roger I.'
SHOW Touching oa: some phases of With his squad In better
and served by alternating style line are, from right, his wartime experiences in physical con d i t ion. Coach Coach John Bieletti's Colt; The Ivies

I NOV. 21 NOY. 24 Dr. Raymond 0 lee h, Ray Korea, Monsijjnor spoke of the Frank Moretti sees signs of got early running speed froir 1 scholarships l .J 1rTL( :

Phone GA 2.3652 Zimorski, Don Calvert andJ. good Catholic}'s desire to attend ',inning the rest and ending Greg Wonders for two scores, scholarships l DISPLAYED"T! :
JewelersCLOCK .
i I Gray's T. Murray. The combination Church services; wherever they 7-3 for the season. and a 62 yard pass play ac Presumably! :; LIFE '

IHI REPAIRALL social and business live and under whatever cir With quarterback Jeff La- counted for the Tampans' fina:I strictly on s:
tally. Neither team could float
MAKES meetings are always cumstances s available.Commemliug Cour sound again, as evidenced .
pre There can )
2003 Edgeweter- GA 2-2974 pared for about 75 membersand ; the men for V by his 234 yards passing, and across a clincher In the last t Princetons' "Yf\\ '

14 Orange Ave. Next to Publix guests. joining in, \Asunder the leader halfback Pete Pruitt rushingfor quarter.The back, Cosmo ( I :

ship of their pastor, Monsignor another 106 yards, the night before, under drier nounced )
Consignor John P. Murphy, Charles A. JBartok, to erect a Greenies scored in every quar conditions, Stewart Field in

YOUTH CENTRE INC. presently St. Charles visiting and assistingat parish such, as St. Charles ina ter. 7-6-7-13 the Scoreboard read St. Petersburg held over 300C()()(],I on third this in basis his @)[gWO]
parish was the
COMMUNION DRESSESOPEN guest speaker on the eveningof comparative short span of for the winning total, while the fans watching hometown rivals' of 294 and
hometowner's defense meet.
years, the guest speaker noted Kept Cal- .
November 7. In his address
lahan behind.
that he'd served "the always "BestjjrTeSfc"LATEX
MONDAY & FRIDAY NIGHTS wherever
Monsignor Murphy made him- The drought; continued for
The Flashes foe before the
Name is the life-
66 NORTH ORANGE AVENUE PHONE GA 2-6333 self acquainted with the men Holy Society St. "old the winless! Barons as St,, Chil
blood and.{heart of every par- Augustine grads" was .
Petersburg High shutout Bishop !'
by briefly covering his own
ish." not easy pickin's as Crescent
J
Barry High School 21-0.
background ;years of educationin City arrived with a 4-2 record.

Central Florida School Supply Inc. Chicago and Maryland be- lie mentioned that he saw a But Coach Bill Stathius' rested Coach Jesse Roger, Finest In

fore his ordination for the terrific evimiple for all in the team was not to be denied their gridders couldn't stop the For

Lincoln, Nebraska, diocese. pl"esf'ntvurk of the CCD and first victory, despite allowingthe PAINT
Textbooks -Workbooks School Supplies Green Devils' Steve Rushing,, ZOZ% E lrew V
After 6 years as a parish the Fisheij program. Rebels to score early. who scored all three winner'stouchdowns.

Visual Aids-Art Supplies Microscopes Drawing parallels between Then passing strength In Barons' quarter-:
Protestants back Stan Kmet often threatened butter-smooth paint
give peoples weighed down with Bobby Webb to Larry )Ic. Gary's
NEW AND USED AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT with aerials to Art Me- on easily and dries
and those
war horrors enjoy Gowan aerials, and Jimmy So-
record amount GIVE US A to a velvety,blis
and John Richmondbut
20 N. KENT ST. ORLANDO Ph. 422-5409 ing the peace of Florida, Mon lano and Steve Vaccaro rushing h.! Quillen FINEST fade-resist- -.

NEW YORK (NO) Nearly signor Murphy suggested that got the winning TD's. none reached pay dirt. ROAST BEEF 'finish. *And it's so :::

WITH THIS AD $2.8 billion was donated in "discharging duties to the best Jesuit High School matched Phone it laughs at the :!

V $1.00 Donated to Mercy Hospital 1962 by members of 42 Protes- of your Abilities" was a good An eager group of Flash defenders defenses with Eau Gallie High, 3974 "So. !Years from now, tL
trapped the visitor'squarterback the East Coasters *
tant denominations to support guideline! for any individual. and sent be telling us.how:
with purchase of eachARMSTRONG their churches.Of behind his own home on the short end of a this paint is. ;
goal line for the safety that was
7-0 score.
TIREJIM a record total of $2,799- cleanup is *

V 670,577 donated, $2,292,731,491went .?/ alker ends the crowd's frosting cake.on the homecoming The Tampa Tigers picked V too. Simply wash ?

McCONNELL'SSAFETY to the support of local the brush-in waterlCustommixed !
TIRE SERVICE. INC. congregations and about $507- servi/ce/ at Orlando In Orlando, Coach Carl Ge- out their third win by intercepting ...

2325 N. Orange Blossom Trail 000,000 was given for foreignand nito took his fired-up "homecoming" a Commodore pass in colors L

Fairvilla Center "Complete Auto Service" domestic mission work. Marks Stella villa squad to nearby Evans the third quarter. t at ready mixed prices .--.

Also, 21 denominations reported Stadium where they entertained Then quarterback Ed Cimi-
AVINT3EK P.RKIrs. GraceC. $495
visitors from missile OPEN
that during 1962 they nio tried the aerial game and ,
Walloer has resigned as superintendent -
EVERY
MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN land. When the Hornets got
$247,972,683 on new John
spent completed a long one to uJ GAL
V of Maris Stella through firing touchdowns at DAY il
COMPLETE DINNERS TO GO buildings. Marsicano, who was finally
villa here. Mrs. Walker has Satellite, the East Coast team '
stopped on the Eau Gallie 33 ON A love to tell you
Individual Chicken V
Fried Dinner I
$1.00 These figures were made been associatedwith the home longed for the and quietof
amazinI
peace line. Staying on the PCo l about this
public here in mid-November since is opening in 1956. yard
Bucket O'Chicken
Family $3.95 "downrange. ground of Corral Stadium for *- Why not drop in
by the department of steward
Fish Dinner $1.00 I ship and benevolence of the Mans Stella villa is a child Apportioning 20 points to six plunges Tony Pizzo got the The ?

Shrimp Dinner $1.15 national council of Churches care fnstitntion operated by each half Bishop Moore High final yard for the game's win $ -

44 SERVE YOU the diocesan Catholic Charities School's star quarterback Gary ning touchdown.In ( .. Marietta
t1L3c J NOW 6 LOCATIONS TO
The highest per capita giving Bureau for the temporarycare .
Hwy. 17-92 :Fern! Park TE 8-'U-I Prei*ser scored two TD's and Jacksonville, Bishop IMCIUOK :.
:!..JO S. Orange Bl. Tr.. Orlando CH 1-1222 figure-$312.58-was reportedby of dependent children. passed for two to Tim Durkin. Kenny High School faced Ri- POTATO Of tttCSSINGS VEG. Paint Center .

Silver Star & Pine Hills ltd CY 3-0202 the 5,000-member Free bault, and the latter showed "STEAKS 3796 W. Colonial Drive
and
administration supervision -
The \
Kdgeuater & Lee Rd. 293-9839 Methodist Church of North Tom Hynoski kept blastingand why they have a 5-1-1 record, Ph. 295-3031-ORLANDO
Lake Barton Rd. & E. Colonial6210 America. Among major denom- of the facility is now picked up a fourth quarter another handily, 15-0.

V 2100 French Ate., Sanford 322-9412 inations, the leader was the under:the direction of Thomas tally, while Mike Miller winning Gazdick has had
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three institutes in diocese PresidentContinued

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(Continued frm Page One) scribed by James McLaughlinof Sadlier, Inc.; arithmetic, :Miss

at 9 a.m. on November 15 in the George F. Cram Com Ruth Faulk and Leonard Sullivan -1 4.1 4.' ; _ wife(, all Christians from Pace of this One city.)

Christ the King School, Tampa.At pany. who is manager of the : F' In witness whereof I signedmy

each of the meetings, Closing sessions of the after Catholic .
department, both of j1 t name; according to that
_
Sister Mary Damian S.SJ., noon in Orlando were climaxed Harcourt, Brace and World, 3 above

diocesan supervisor, speakingfor with Benediction of the Most Inc. ,
Father Mortimer Danaher 4 Diego Scobar
Blessed Sacrament inS t. i
Spelling, M. F. Haselman, .
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who is at present in Rome, ex James Church.In educational director for Laid- _ de Sambrana Vicar
.
pressed gratification at the 'l'i: .. (rubic)
law Brothers, and the samecompany's ;e
interest shown in these institutes Tampa Friday, school ', 4 0 .7 w The Parish Registers of Saint
manager of the ,.. .
children were scheduled to -
by all concernea. Augustine are preserved at the
stay home during the day as Catholic school division, i _ Iission of Nombre de Dios,

During the luncheon hours, their teachers took part in the Gerard Carton, consultant for I : _ oldest mission in the United

recordings were played of the west coast institute sponsoredby English teachers. States. Spanish priests and

Pontifical Mass celebrated by the diocesan Department of Science, Earl Pride, representing -j a ; __ 4 pioneers landed at this site on

Archbishop Joseph P. Hurleyin Education, the last of the three Heath science kits. ____ __ ______ __ ______ _____. '. ., ,t .S 4 .____ ". ) ._. September 8, 1565 to found
Jacksonville at the diocesan History, Sister Margaret of
regional workshops held this Saint Augustine, first
Eucharistic Congress. the Sacred Heart S.N.D., of the 4 S perma.
week. nent Christian settlement in
Sadlier company; and civics,
Records are being cut of the what is now the United States.
The consultants who are in Sister M. Thecla O.S.U., of S
sound track with the choral Florida this week for the area Mentzer, Bush and Company. : The first extant pages of
music and commentary and these Spanish ecclesiastical
meetings include besides the Ginn and Company are represented -..- ,
will be on sale shortly.St. and the following records date from 1594. and
map globe expert, by Miss Mary Ellen At Educators' Meeting in Jacksonville are
Paul's School in Jackson. continuous to 1763, when Florida
: Heffernan consultant for
ville was host for the waon! Religion Sister Mary Fred teachers of, reading and Miss\ :Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan, pastor of St. Paul parish elementary teachers and principals of the Catholic was ceded by Spain to Eng-

last Monday. The session was erick O.S.F., of William H. Roberta McKinney, ,music consultant in Jacksonville, this week welcomed teachers of schools J in Tallahassee, Lake City, Gainesville! : Palatka! land. The records In sixteen;

closed by Monsignor Nolan north Florida's Catholic grammar schools. Representedin Fernandina Beach, St Augustine, Jacksonville and Jack- folio volumes, were then taken

giving Benediction of the Most Critics of the St. Paul parish haIl, before breaking up into sonville Beach. Consultants from the publishers of text- by the departing Spanish population -
Dr. Lloyd Rensel of the University !-
Blessed Sacrament in St. Paul'sChurch. of Dayton's testing bureau smaller groups for workshops last Monday, were the books used in schools spoke to the groups. to Cuba, where they remained -
in the archives of the

The elementary teachers and our schools is at the institute as con Long of work Cathedral of Havana for the

principals of the northern area sultant on testing. Cardinals at odds years next 143
years.
over VATICAN CITY (XC)-The Urges use
of the Diocese who attendedthe answered Thirty schools are expectedto The existence of the old regIsters -
in Jacksonvillewere send 280 teachers and principals United States Bishops' administrative .
institute in Havana was discovered -
of Faith
from the Catholic schoolsin (Continued from Fare One) to the Tampa instituteon rules governing Church board has passed a to in 1871 by Augustin Verot,

Tallahassee, Lake City, Catholic educator cited "a new November 15. They will resolution honoring Auxiliary First Bishop of St. Augustine.

Gainesville, Palatka, Fernan. spirit of determination" as come from parishes having (Continued from Face One) put juridical obligations on individual Bishop Edward E. Swanstromof aid worldPROVIDENCE They were finally returned to
proof that Catholic schools will schools In aim is too juridical and seemsto "
San
dina Beach, St. Augustine, elementary Bishops. New York for 20 years work their proper parish church,
Jacksonville and Jacksonville survive: Antonio, Lakeland, Winter run the risk of restrictingthe
NC
( ) A cathedral in
now a 1906.
Earlier, at the Council, the with Catholic Relief Services
Beach. Father C. Albert Koob, O. Haven, Lake Wales, Tampa, freedom of individual ac
Priest-publicist has urged Catholic -
The Orlando sessions, Praem., associate secretary of St. Petersburg, Dunedin, Clear- exchange between Cardinal Ot- NCWC. His agency is cur- The Register pages were lam.
tion. The Council must be a- women to acquire know.
taviani and Cardinal Frings
Wednesday, followed the same the secondary school depart water, Gulfport, Largo, Sara- rently concerned with the suc- mated with protective sheath
ware of undue intrusion into brought out into the the ledge of the world's problemsand
pattern set in Jacksonville: ment of the National Educational sota, Venice, Bradenton, Bran open cess of the annual collection of cellulose acetate foil by the

Association, said: don and Pinellas Park. the government of individual conflicting views of the pre- for blankets and used clothing. contribute to their solutions National Archives in 19:19.

General assembly took placeat "Most of our schools are far dioceses, lest it set up a new lates: through application of
in the St. James The Thanksgiving Clothing The oldest pages will be
9 a.m. better today than they were Reds cause empty kind of centralization which Cardinal Frings said: the principles of their Faith. exhibitin
School, when Father Farrelly Collection is sponsored by the placed on permanent
spoke. Sister Mary Damian five years ago. seats at councilContinued might be too vast and "more "The distinction between administrative U.S. Bishops annually.Council Monsignor Timothy J. Flynn a new library-archives to be
than before.
made announcements.The He said the "new spirit" complicated and juridical pro- said "so much of the missionof built on the Mission grounds

among Catholic educators is ( from Page One) Cardinal Meyer added that cedures In the Roman Curia the Church must be recognized as part of St. Augustine's Quad-
teachers then went to Bishops of Bulgaria and the should be extended to all hasstatement
leading to the definite Impro"ement juridical force should be attached mission for the ricentennial observances 1 n
as a laity
,
four of Rumania.Of .
separate classrooms and the and higher standards.He only to conference decisions areas, including the, supreme 1965.
teams of consultants made the three Baltic states taken by conferencesafter .sacred congregation of the Holy at the fourth annual Providence -
to each spoke at a Catholic absorbed by the U.S.S.R.which on .
their way grouping. referral to them by the Office. Diocesan Council of Catholic Sends condolences

Orlando's meeting attracted teachers' institute in West have a total of eight Catholic Holy See for discussion and "Its procedures are out of Women convention here. I

180 teachers from 20 schools in Hartford, Connecticut. Bishops, only the exiled Lithuanian harmony with modern times, tolerance VATICAN CITNCPope( )
action. The director of the bureau of
Paul VI has sent his condo-
these cities: Ocala, Daytona According to the Denver Auxiliary Bishop Vin- are a source of harm to the
information for the New York lences to the families of victims
Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Register survey of school super centas Brizgys of Kaunas, now Francis Cardinal Spellman, faithful and of scandal to those (Continued from Fare One) -

DeLand, Leesburg, Sanford, intendents in major Catholic living in Chicago, and the exiled has praised the usefulness of outside the Church. No Roman not rejected the people whomhe archdiocese said the currentera of Japan's mine and rail

Titusville, Orlando, Winter school systems at the begin Latvian Bishops Antonijis national Bishops' conferences, congregation should have authority has chosen. is one of moral corrosion.To disasters which together took

Park, Maitland, Cocoa Beach, ning of the present school Urbss of Liepaja, now residingin but opposes giving them juri to accuse, judge and The document presentedgoes the lives of more than 600 per-
Gallie Melbourne Catholic educators are Spain and Jazeps Rancans on to affirm that the understand the present he sons last week.Authorities .
Rockledge, Eau year, dically binding powers. condemn an individual who has
and Palm Bay.It continuing their breakneckpace Auxiliary of Riga, now livingin had no opportunity to defend Church can never forget thatit recommended a look-back in said that 446 men
He said at the council on history.He killed in ina
were an explosion
was a fast paced program, to keep up with a boom- Grand Rapids, Michigan, are himself. With all due reverence was from Abraham's stock

the educators agreed. Essential ing increase in the school-age able to be here. November 13: and gratitude for the devoted that Christ, His Blessed Mother described the turn of this mile-deep mine on the southern -

information was given by population.The Also absent are Jozsef Car "Each Bishop must remain individuals wh9 spend their and the Apostles were born. century as a time when many Japanese island of Kyushuand

each consultant in turn, who survey showed omnious dinal Mindszenty and other free in his diocese, even lives in the difficult work of In keeping with its objective men of great intellect thoughtthat 162 persons died in a train

then engaged in question and signs in some areas where the prelates from Hungary. Only though he be morally bound to the Holy Office, we feel that the council document does God could be dispensedwith wreck between Tokyo and Yo

answer periods with the teach. supply of classrooms and five of that country's Bishops cooperate with other Bishopsfor its methods should be basically not propose to deal with the and that such men as kohama.

ers Interested In a particular teachers is falling behind the obtained exit permits to come matters going beyond the revised. various causes of anti-Semitism. Freud could provide all the an The Pope sent an unaisclosed

series of texts. demand, but it did not indicate to Rome. limits of his own diocese. We Cardinal Ottaviani stated: However, it does indicate that swers. This did not materializeand sum of money to help relieve

An exhibit of maps and "alarming symptoms of potential The three Bishops of Albania should leave to Plenary Coun the sacred events of the Bible instead of the great age of the suffering caused by the two
be
"The opportunity must
globes drew the attention each collapse," the charge made were refused such permits by cils under the presidency of and, in particular, its accountof solution men had predicted, disasters.
taken to most vigorously
afternoon of the display de by Fleming in the Post article. their Red rulers. an apostolic legate the right to against protest the condemnation of the Crucifixion, cannot give came the splitting of the atom Book on missions

the Holy Office; voiced in this rise to disdain or hatred or and devastating bombs, he said. MIMVAU K KK (NC-A) new
persecution f the
council hall. It should not be 0 Jews. In the secular society today, book by Bishop Fulton J.
Preachers and catechists
forgotten that the prefect of the Monsignor Flynn said the devotion Sheen, "Missions and the

the Holy Office is none other text states, are admonishednever of Catholics to their religion World Crisis," has been pub-

1 1. than the Supreme Pontiff him to present a contrary is observed by non- lished here by the Bruce Publishing -
position: furthermore, they are
self. The criticism formulated Catholics more than ever be- Co. The Bishop is national -
urged to promote mutual
proceeds from a lack of knowl- understanding fore. The Church is admired director of the Societyfor
and esteem.It .
edge, not to use a stronger and respected by non-Catholics the Propagation of the

term, of the procedures of this is clear, therefore, that today as never before, he added. Faith.Legion .
WAY TO KEEP ABREAST OF
,sacred congregation. both the contents and purposes

of the document are purely re CONSULT TillS LIST before
"Xo one Is ever accused, of Decency going to the th atre. Film:

CATHOLIC NEWS AND VIEWS IS judged and condemned withouta ligious.It are rated published morally In unobjectionable the second

thorough previous investigation cannot be called proZionist Rates New Movies. of.oath month.
carried on with the help or anti-Zionist since it con ( .u'm""r U. 1861

of competent,consultors and experienced siders these as political questions Morally Objectionable in Part for All

specialists. Besides, and entirely outside of Bachelor Flat Main Attraction FJK

2 all decisions, the Holy Officeare its religious scope. In fact, any Black Castle' Marilyn
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the of the text to
approved by Pope per- use support par Carryon Nurse KLM Mongols JKL

sonally, and thus Ouch criticisms tisan discussions or particular Chapman Report HU New Kind of Love JKMU

are a reflection on the political claims or to attack the Cleopatra JKLM Never So Few JTU
Concrete Jungle TU Night of Evil JKMU
Vicar of Christ." political claims of others wouldbe Cool of the Day Night Is My Future J
ORDER YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO completely unjustified and Curse of Frankenstein KTDoll's No lAve for Johnny SJ
The debate over the curia Hairpin J Oklahoma
of the draft contrary to every intention of Diamond Head IIU One Way Street SZ
out proposalor
grew those who have composed it Disembodied Onion Head
THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC. JUST TAKE schema-on Bishops and and presented it to the council. Doctor In LoJK Operation Bikini JK
the government of ,dioceses Dr. No JKL Outlaw Women
Some recent newspaper accounts Drag Strip Girl JKS Parrish JUPamion
which introduced at the
was Kxploslve Generation SZ of Slow Fire JTjv
council's 60th general meeting.A have mentioned the immediate fiend Who -WalkedV_t SV PwpingTom 3 KS
whether possibility of an officer Follow the -Bmym Jar hoenlK .: City Story
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major For Love or Money ST Portrait of a Sinner: U
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observer to the Vatican
3 or not the powers now exercised Force of Impulse 1IJKM Prime Time JK
exclusively by the Curia Council delegated by the Frightened City JKL. Private Lives
World Jewish Congress. The Girl lie Left Behind HU of Adam and Eve
should be returned to the Bishops Girl Hunters JKV Purple Noon J
of dioceses.In incident referred to is not a Girl Swappers Queen of Outer Space K
recent one but took place in Girl ;Named Tamiko U Racers U
connection with this there Girls In Prison 3 Rampage MU
MINUTES AND FILL OUT THE was much talk of organizing an the summer of 1962. The secre- Gypsy Shock Corridor
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international body of Bishopsto Half Breed, The K Sodom and Gomorrah JKL
Unity did not consider the pro-
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ATTACH ferences of Bishops. Bishops appointed House of the Damned Temptress and the Monk TUFST
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St. Peter's basilica will leave appointed assistant secretary to Loter Come BackSlorally Wives and Lovers JM

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money order- Five Day Lo\er HU Saturday Night and Sunday
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'" following an audience.: The CITY (NCPopePaul ) OFFENDS against (D) religion. PRESENTS (S) unsuitable ma-
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