The Florida Catholic
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079916/00152
 Material Information
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 22, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
notis - ADA7571
lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00152
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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'I AUGUSTINE The Right Reverend Monsignor w A

1J I James B. Cloonan 60, who died on November 15 in Jack- :

fs F4f sonville, was buried here in San Lorenzo Cemetery on Wed. .

; nesday. At :JO,o'clock that morning, in the Church of the

f, h e l m. '". I a.l. Assumption gathered in Jacksonville which he ha to built pay, loving a last friends tribute and to him.relatives t #

Monsignor Patrick K Nolan V.F., pastor of St. Paul >, .. .' i
Church in Jacksonville who was with :Monsignor Cloonan .
during his last illness and death, was: celebrant Of the f

Solemn Requiem Mass. Another: Jacksonville Priest, Father -' L ,. :'

i W. Thomas Larkin, pitched at the funeral. LF .t

.l. l i iV0T Archbishop Joseph Hurley, under whose pastoral solicitude
:Monsignor Cloonan labored for the long fruitful : !

years of his Priesthood, celebrated Mass for him in Vatican ; :
: ;. XXV, No. 4 Orlando, Florida, Friday, November 22, 1963 lOt City on the day of the funeral. The Archbishop said the ". ..' :
t Mass in St. Peter's Basilica on Wednesday morning. -V

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.:':, '>,., .ax 31 Monsignor Nolan, the "'-,".,,'....; .'t.. v ....... '.,," '
Archbishop >,' '
expressed profound : : ., I Ij
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CJoonan's relatives ,- .

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t, ,, grief at his death.
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; Attending the funeral In }: 7: t
Jacksonville and the burial

ceremonies In St. Augustinewas .,'\, '
a beloved sister, Mrs. John 'dgqt'
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., a p au family who are bereaved all reside b 1
t:(. } in Offaly, Ireland. 0 + 09
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Cloonan's last living brother, J

Jack, and, besides Mrs. McKenna i.- k
these sisters: Mrs Bridie

t :: *w John Dunne, Mrs. May Sam Monsignor James B. CloonanAssumption's
I Y : : ':" ; C' mon, Miss Lucy Cloonan, Mrs.

; ; f ;:' f ., Kitty Hann; and several neph
I ews and nieces, all of Ireland.

'" 1I ., .4 Mourned In Ireland, In Rome,

: :) / r and the length and breadth of pastor
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Priesthood, Monsignor Cloonanis a Priest for 34

Ii 1 .St. Augustine memento for -President Kennedy. perhaps most keenly missedIn years
his own Assumption parish.It ;
I A copy of the first page of the or of the Mission of Nombre de to the ,public 0 nth e :Mission there in South Jacksonville
I'; oldest written records in the country Dios in St. Augustine. The entry grounds as part of.St Augustine'sQuadricentennial was, that he crowned his- Following is the text of him outstanding on the play that ceremony did not stop In 11
.' to President John bears the date ; j the sermon given by FatherW. ing fields of Ireland now made time but will reverberate for
was given : F. of 1594. These observance in priestly labors with 15 years as ]
him an athlete for Christ in the all eternity :
Kennedy on :Monday in Tampa by church records of St. Augustine's 1965. pastor of one of the largest Thomas Larkin pastorf mission; ; fields of Florida.Thus, Christ the.. God. Man dealt 1

D Father Michael y. Gannon, direct. Cathedral parish will be exhibited PASTOR, back page Christ the King parish in began a priestly career that was with eternal, realities- not, temporal .

.Jacksonville, at tha.funeral. to cut sharply across the fabric vanities. "Of hi*kingdom

:or Monsignor James B.Ioonan. of men's lives for 'the next 34 there would, be no end" 'pre +

I Historic to President The Arlington years. dieted, the phophet. Th life of
copy Priest: spoke at the Solemn Christ which began on this
Requiem Mass celebrated for A Priest's life earth nearly 2000 years ago
still continues. Christ has been
J Facksonville's Monsignor
r.j TAMPA\ A facsimile of record dated June 25, 1594, ber 8, 1565, to found St. Augustine -these Spanish,ecclesiastical records -now a cathedral, in 1906. c(Uloonan in Assumption parish Hundreds of times during living In every century-lIving, J
not in His physical body, but f
that he
the first page of the oldest from the mission in St first permanent Christian date from 1594 and are The oldest pages will be i i church Wednesday morn priestly career pouredthe nevertheless
present, living
regenerating waters of
Augustine, was presented to settlement in what is now the continuous, to .1763, when Flor- placed on permanent exhibit in ia i Bap- in his Priesthood. IOrdination's |
written record of any kind U.S. ng."As tism and gave God's life to the ministerially
in the United States was the President at a ceremonyat ida was ceded by Spain to Eng new library-archives to be the Father hath sent me. souls of men. Thousands of .
built the mission
MacDill Air Force Baseon Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley land. The records, in 16 folio on grounds gas ;o,I, also, send you." times he would raise to life giftWhat
: here to President part of St. Augustine's 400th
November 18. had conducted Vice President These his children who
volumes, were then taken by words, recorded by St. again spiritual
John F. Kennedy by Father The parish registers of St. Ljndon B. Johnson on a tour anniversary observance in 1965. ,john, were spoken by Our Lord began the humble avowal of
the do this-
departing Spanish population we mean by
Augustine are preserved at the of the historic mission grounds (The news of the presentation -
their faults with the
Michael V. Gannon, directorof s hortly: after He ordained his age-old living ministerially. We mean
1 Mission of Nombre to Cuba, where they remained to President Kennedy was
de Dios last
March 11.
f:irst Priests.In formula: "Bless me Father, forI
Mission Christ
that not
the of Nombre de for
came only
carried the wire
oldest mission in the U.S. In the archives of the nationally on have sinned" Hundreds of
While both were viewing the the name of the Father, the people of His own day and
Dios in St. services of Associated Press
Augustine.The Spanish Priests and pioneers Cathedral of Havana for the ,
thousands of times he
*md of the Son, and of the Holy nourished but all and all
original first pages of the par- United Press International and age, for men
document, a parish landed at this site on Septem-
the souls of his
143 people
3 ears. l host. Amen. I
ish records, Archbishop Hurley National Catholic Welfare Conference times. He came as a saviour
with the bread of angels in ,
f recalled that 55 years before The existence of the old News Service. Photographs Right Reverend Very Rever- and a teacher.

[f Cardinal says: the Pilgrims landed at Ply- registers in Havana was discovered made by the White E?'nd, and. Reverend Fathers, Holy Communion.The He came to give 'men that 1
mouth Rock, civil governmentand House press corps were dis- *Sisters, and dearly beloved In ordination ceremony that peace which the world cannot i
in 1871 by Bishop took place on that June morning
civilization and the Chris. tributed nationally by telephoto (Christ. give; and so, just before He \
Poland finds it difficult tian Faith began together at Augustin Veiot, first Bishop of and by NCWC News and Come back with me this in 1929 was of far more ascended into heaven at the "

the historic Mission in St. Aug- St. Augustine. the event was covered by television r norning to the year 1929. This significance than the inaugura- end of His public ministry, He

with Reds ustine. They were finally returnedto film in the Tampa Bay \vas the year the stock market tion of a President or the crashof turned to the 12 men whom He
to get along a stock market, or the begin
The first extant pages of their proper parish church, area). c crashed' on Wall Street; Her- had chosen from the multitutle
ning of a war. and He said
1 pert Hoover was inaugurateds :
VATICAN CITY (NO)'-Last week, in the ecumenical President of the United Why Because the effects of
"As the Father has sent me,
council's general meeting, Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski, Holy Name Societies hold rally :States: ; the Smo-Japanese war so I, also, send )'ou. Going,

Primate of Poland, gave the meeting an intimate glimpseinto vas about to begin. therefore, teach je all nations,

the Church of Silence with his description of the or- at St. Jude's in St. PetersburgST. On June 16th of that :year a Bishops call teaching them to observe all
ganization of the National Conference of Polish Bishops.He E erious young aspirant to the things!' whatsoever I have commanded .

told first of all how it had been organized in 1917 and 1 Priesthood stood in the Cathedal ).00. And b hold I am
PETERSBURG Mass was offered at 12:30: After the Mass, the business Waterford, Ireland. The goals of U.S. .
had met two or three times with you all days even to the
bers of the conference are more Every Christian in the daily p.m. by :Monsignor James J. session took place at Bishop rdaining, prelate laid his hands end of the world."

a year in the beginning Now moral than judiciaLit passing of his life should be :Meehan here in the St Jude Barry High School. Ralph Pelc n this strong, athletic Irish within reach
may meet as often as 'six: Church.The ton, president of St. Jude's j youth and said: Specifically, what does this
times a year, he said. "Still, all the Bishops have so aware of the presence of sermon was delivered by Holy Name, presided during mean It means that Christ
CardinalVysz'nskl been obliged to attend the God that he could make that Father Lawrence Cunninghamto part of the session which was "Receive ye the Holy Ghost. WASHINGTON (XC) The still teaches, through His ,

"The sessions of the national said: meetings in order to seek out presence felt by others, Holy 350 men who gathered in St. addressed by Monsignor Mee- 1 It that moment James Cloonan Bishops of the United States Priests as He once taught '
l became Father Cloonan.All have said that of Ameri
common protection against the members many through His own human na
conference are prepared by a Name Society were Jude's for the annual fall rallyof han.John ca's goals remain unfulfilled '
special committee of nine who common danger of militant told in a sermon at the Mass the Florida West Coast'dean J. Savage, president of the courage determination but are within reach if Americans ture.
arrange the agenda, proposethe atheism confronting, them all. for the annual fall rally. The ery of Holy Name Societies. HOLY NAME, page 3 t and will to win that made unite in a. common effort "He that" heareth you, hear-

general outlines of pastoral The Church in Poland has "', '.. to attain them. eth me. i
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letters and examine the statusof been able to maintain Its posi- ... rt 1 It means that Christ still forgives
the Church especially in its tions in the face of grave difficulties i In their annual statement, Bin through His Priests

relationships with civil au- thanks to the united ef jV.C jV. entitled "Bonds of Union," the as He once forgave Magdalen. i

thorities. For matters touching forts of 'its Bishops through Bishops warned that the na "Whose sins you shall for.

relationships with the government their national conference:" tion's people face grave challenges give, they are forgiven them.

there is a mixed commission Rome's readers of the Vati from erroneous philoso
of two Bishops and two .. fem. s, phies.
can City daily, "L'Osservatore .; Divinity commandsIt
+ ministers of state. r a
Romano, saw it refer to three But they said a review of the

The bonds uniting the mem- anti-Church acts by the Polish R 6J, nation's moral values and "re means that Christ still !

communist government In recent 1 : V____ newed dedication to our com- gives us His Body and Bloodas

"" " " " days. ( mon goals may help us to face He did His Apostles at the i
Such acts refute those who t i' the present trials as ,a people Last Supper. J :
Slovak Bishops .
believe that the ''life of the truly one nation under God.. ,
"Do this in memory of me. !
Church in Poland is full ofpromise"
BOSS, Germany (NO)Two In their statement, the Bishops Would it not be a terrible J 1
Bishops in Slovakia recently and that coexistence a re-studied the nation's thing If Christ could not pro- I !

freed by the Red regime are "between Catholicism and V: heritage of moral and political long Himself through space and .
living with relatives and are marxism" has been happily principles, pointed to threats time i

under doctors' care. This information achieved, the paper said. x facing It today and expressed If He could not, how wouldHe

on the status of The Vatican City daily sing confidence Americans will meet differ from Alexander, or

auxiliary Bishop Stefan Barnasof led out the nationalization of a the challenge.The Caesar, or Napoleon, or any of

Spis and auxiliary Bishop Catholic music, school, the statement was releasedon the great leaders of history?
Wasyl Hopko of 1 the Greek drafting At setZt.+rians for I St. Petersburg rally of Holy Name membersBishop November 17 through the Can you imagine that Christ

Rite diocese of Presov has been military service and the con. executive department of the intended that only those of His
received here by the German liscation of '60,000 copies ofa Barry High School, site 'Holy Name Society for the annual host for the day hi St Petersburg. National Catholic Welfare Con- day and age hear His words?

Catholic.news agency KNA. book containing the writings of rally part of the time last Sunfall event. In the front row, center, The men attended Mass in St. Jude ference. It is published in full Was forgiveness of sin ome6ERMOX -

" POND.back page day, welcomed 350 members of the .$g MnngfprpQr James J. Mee1w1. church at midday. on page 5 of this issue. page 9


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2 Florida Catholic Friday Nov. 23. 1963 f ro.'I : : ., [ The new apostles '>

' ; f Catholic" Florida Report's' :" ",'':.;i/''''. d, 'f, 4 iL F r :): Child, fatally ill, prays for all t ,

t By. Glenn D. Kittler realized they could do no more Laura would not live until
6 n ; P Ix! t: for her and she taken June 2. Her mother, feeling the
I was remarkable that was
St. Petersburg GulfportHoly JacksonvilleSacred I r'f IT child so young should be so home. Each morning, the girl should know, hinted:
St. Jude Name Heart < spiritually mature. Laura parish Priest arrived with the "Maybe Jesus wants to receive
Holy Name Church, Gulf- Sacred Heart parish, Jacksonville Blessed Sacrament. The di- in paradise soon. That
The Women's Guild of St. je Rossi was just 12 when, in the you
Jude parish will sponsor a port, will hold mission November will hold a day of a. p summer of 1961 the first signsof stressed family watched the way you will be out of your
17 to 23 for the parish- little girl ebb pain and can be happy with
dessert-card party on Saturday. recollection December 7 Mrs. cancer appeared in her. She away
ioners in the St. Petersburgarea. "
November 30 from 1 to 4 p.m. Stan Parker, publicity chair did not know this; she believedshe One day she said: "On the Him.
The party, under the directionof Father John E. Curley man of'the Sacred Heart Guildhas would soon be welL second of June, God will eithercure Laura said: "It is up to Himto t
S.J. from the Jesuit missions decide that."
Blessed. Mother Circlewill announced.Kesurrection And she had One me or call me to heaven.
be held in the cafetorium at and retreats, Ponchatoula r night she climbed plans.out of her "Why do you say that The decision was apparently I.
Louisiana will be the ,
made for a few days later the
58th and 5th Avenue
bed, knelt and prayed: "Dear Signora Rossi asked. ,
The monthly parish card end came. Sensing it Laura
North. is The morning Mass each day will be held on- Novemparty Jesus, when I grow up I will Laura disclosed the pra.ershe summoned her family, kissed
The donation and
tickets be obtained$1 at the will be offered' at 9:30 am. betr22.. Duplicate bridge wilt. 1., become a missionary. But I had said on the previous everyone, said good-bye, then
may services will begin at want to do !something for you second of June. Now her
door Mrs.Vil Evening again be featured. asked to be left alone. A while
or by calling -
liam Bell at 3455862. 7 p.m. on Monday and at 7:30p.ni. Doctor William J. Phelan, now. The Priest said there can mother understood, but therewas later, the family, in the next
for the remainder of the chief of staff at St. Vincent be merit In suffering want nothing the woman could room, heard her cry out:
Holy FamilyThe Mission. Public school childrenin Hospital, will speak to the Wo 1 I to offer up my suffering to you say.In "Now I see a beautiful street
Holy Family Women's grades four through eight man's Club on November 25. for a whole year." a world that prayed most full of light!"
Guild will sponsor a dess rt- will attend at 4 p.m. daily. His talk will follow the meet. When she did not get well, ly for health and happiness, It may well be that becauseof
Jacksonville dance ,
card party at the Catholic ing which starts at 8 p.m. at she thought this was because security and success this child the unique mission vocationof
Daughters of America hall on Port Orange the school. Danny High and his orchestra will play, November -. of her prayer and it may well who had 'not only offered up Laura Rossi the whole '\
November 23 from 1 p.m. until Epiphany December 1 is the date for 30, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. for the dance at the i have been. her suffering but even asked world may see that light and
4 p.m. Donations are $1, and The Catholic Woman's Club the annual Comunion break- Riverside Women's Club, sponsored by organizations .. for more to offer was certainlyin walk that street. '
tickets may be purchased at of Epiphany parish, Port fast for the Woman's Club. in Most Redeemer By October, surgery was the company of saints who
Holy of Jackson
the door. Chairman for the Orange, wil sponsor a Christmas Queen of Angels Circle will necessary, and it was from they had grasped an aspect of
card party is Mrs. Bernard gift shop. The shop will serve the breakfast at Fort ville. Working on plans are Holy Name Societ hospital near her home in spirituality from which lesser Canadians
Calvert. feature handmade gifts, a Caroline following the 7:45 and Guild members including, from left, seated I northern Italy that she wrote souls would flee.
white elephant table, and an- Mass. After the breakfast, Johnnie Montgomery and Mrs. William Bowen, her uncle, a missionary, that As 1962 unfolded, talke about
tiques. The sale- will be held at County Commissioner Bob presidents, and :Mrs. Robert Mueller and Wilmei she was offering up her trials the Ecumenical Council en- help lepers t ,
TampaSt. 212 South Beach Street, Day- Harris will speak. Dingman, vicepresidents.of for his intentions, for the in- tered the Rossi home.
PatrickSt. tona Beach, and will 'be open Father Walter B u e c h e tentions of all missionaries and Laura did not understandthe in AfricaMONTREAL
Patrick's Altar and December 57.Gainesville C.SS.R.. reviewed Morris L. [)aytona Beach Tallahassee "for our brothers Who are words, and when it was ex-
Rosary Society will sponsor West's book, "The Shoes of the separated from the Church, so to her that Christian
plained XC Paul
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Our] Lady of Lourdes Blessed SacramentMrs.
their annual dance on Novem- Fisherman," for the Club on that someday they may returnd unity was one of the Council'sgoals Emile Cardinal Leger of :Montreal -
ber 23 at the Tampa Jai Alai st. PatrickMrs. Thursday, November 21 at the Mrs. Helen McGarrity, exThe Women's Gull of to the House of God." she had her sister writea will spend most of De-
Fronton. This year the theme Frank Maloney was home of Mrs. William J. Bar- utive director of Catholic Blessed Sacrament Paris!h.! met Laura survived the opera- letter to Pope John, declaring where
jyjj fe$ids circus Tommy Fer- guest speaker for the St. Pat- rett.Hoffli. C harities,'waS guest and speakTuesday, November 12. Mrs tion, but the doctors knew jtfe9t from than onJhe cember visiting-.a! !_ Africa_..
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I ill "t' '11'1"' T |II| r i will be offered.ai 6:54 a.m, betr -r::' Duplicate i bndge.*:,wHf.. ll D IJjim} n IIlW 10IID V. nut'' I fehe had said An Ihi uI6n i said good-bye then
tickets be obtained at the everyone
I Evening services will begin, 'at again be featured. .' want to do something for you second of June. Now her to be left alone. A while
door ur Dr n1l1n8 Nr 1 YU.II I Ip.ni R r 'II I i l'I 11J. !I ,P i IM! Hid l 1Ii! A mol unJerstJ ut iked

II! m It 11I 11holy !m 1 iIQ 71ontl I IJ r iii iU 11i 1in Dtor lYllllum il( TilCIQflj[ 1 I I IIII I I er r I ere 191p1'.InQ' (Urnlll m m Ind SCI(

for the remainder of the chief Of staff at St. Vincent be merit In sufferingrso I want vas nothing the woman could room, heard her cry out:

: 'u ur Family V !\\ij I nl runro ij WI irn11o f lI rm TIij mWI Will u! pca w mt )Y I 1U to offer up my* II,suffering, y to you* iqll h'or 1' II \ I 16eC i qauti? [ui 1 m\

I r I .d)II 1 wlUe.earJI.) J ?
,1I .
The Holi Family women's in grades tour through eight 'man's ClUt) on November 25, a ,in I.world. that prayed most-
f f W'W I I II t I 'I I I i' f fell ulibnl'i'IUII ( II

W'' '"I IW IN'iNIpIIIIIIiI I' _Ip11 11AlAll llpa '''"'lf11''l''W'' ., I I II KIP'
Guild will dessert-. will attend at 4 daily. will follow the meetDecember ly for health and happiness,
sponsor- a p.m. His talk "When she did not get well, It may well be that because

9F l dl l [lll I r 9ClillJ l luJ i1t \l n !RE1!II 111[ 11.111.l 111 111I [ r a uouioniiu II r [I &he'thought! {ills \Visas because [ llll[r[ J allt [ijmJ(( I, I l111 I CIIII7rno 01 the un 4II hll O t'' i iOf n

: J Pllli1ff a or Amnln[ Hall onI Port r8n i lng rnool.I Danny High nna hid A AkA&Wl&l will lly, ,N tr n\\. of her praTer-.and It may well naG 'nOi oily urrniU( 1 HP p pher [ lAW!! 11 l. t tllaUllOIB\

I November 23 from 1 p.m. until Epiphany 1 is the date for ber 30, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. for the dance at the have been. suffering but even asked world may see that light andCanadians

I < p. DoMIoM are 5L all fl The MOl '11E'5' C1llllof ttio 2EB131 Onion Draft[ l Kiversidft Women's'' Club' bv oreaniza- for more to offer( 1T certainly wall: thAt U11(i'Q' !t (

Wets may te wttd at t Epiphany BJrE r Port r t M lit f iht ''Vom n's Club. tions in Most sponsored f V By October( surgery 1 m in the company of saints vno
Holy Redeemer of Jackson-
the door. Chairman for the Orange, wil sponsor a Christ Queen of Angels Circle will parish necessary, and it was from the had grasped an aspect of
, card party Is Mrs. Bernard mas gift shop. The shop will serve the breakfast at Fort ville. Working on plans are Holy Name Society hospital near her home in spirituality( from which lesser

Calvert feature handmade gilts, a Caroline I following the 7:45Mas : and Guild members iiiduding, from I left, MW, northern Italy that she wrote souls would flee.

white elephant table, and an' s. After the breakfast, Johnnie Montgomery and Mrs, William DQwen, her uncle, a missionary, that As 1902? unfolded, talKe about

I I. Tampa r 1I0U g. mhQ safe al \will II k .held IJ al (khty C 0n1 s gl Mr 0 1ces1dQnCg r m ana MR 9. RLFL lm uQ1 N IMI W shQ WM oft@rlna( @ un her@ {lrfals rl rlfor the PeuM nlMt (knell Qn. DID (IgDQr rs

I 212 South Beach Street, Daytona Harris will speak. Dingman, vice-presidents. his intentions, for the intentions tered the Rossi home.

St Patrick Beach, and will 'be open Father Walter B u e c h e f. 01{ all missionaries and Laura did not understandthe in Africa

St Patrick's Altar and December 5.7.Gainesville C.SS.R. reviewed Morris L. D jylona Beach TallahasseeBlessed "for our brothers \vho are words, and when it was explained
Rosary Society will sponsor West's book, "The Shoes of the separated from the Church, so
her that Christian
U ir Lady of Lourdes Sacrament
their annual dance on November Fisherman for the Club on that someday they may returnto
one of the Council'sgoals
unity was of Montreal
23 at the Tampa Jal Alai St. Patrick Thursday, November 21 at the 1 Jrs. Helen McGarrity, ex-- The Women's Guild of the House of God. she had her sister writea Emile Cardinal Leger most of December
will -
MOIL Tl Jiff r 1@ 11 Mrs Frill nI a1Y'a5 ton flf Hi \mi J. Bar. tcirelL [tilt lector oi Clone flird e! r rr mtnc fifUn mQt t Lli !Wil[ a III( QDHli f I letter to Pope Johns declaring spend

will be the circus. Tommy Fer- guest speaker for the St. Pat Ch;:arities,was guest and speak.A Tuesday, November 12. Mrs. tlon, but the doctors knew the visiting Africa, where

rara ana his orchestra will en5T. iI I 1 M MUAM\ !x's flub Al! A l 11Ml\t! \! San Jose l UUliRJ\ Af BL U PrahL k Ooht itfesUed1. fiL In- thph2 was no hoP for' h her.g U that from then on nc n mi flffl fOUr I lcprr1UmS
achievement of this wouldbe
l ruIft fees g !t URUl 1 A.M. mooting.( The nibjeot(!t of[ tor Obscene literature was the Cir!010. "Uod nil the nO\VMm\ u !tA Jai\ I lowly t the ma mil i the intention with goal which \ )1YnIn( and nJ) will TChdlvicese maintain.hay
talk was Christmas decora topic discussed tov Duval Coun1 he L women of the parish are the committees and pointedout through her, causing great established
Hons. Mrs. Maloney 5ne woul offrr(( In' P Puii 1 A Tho 1QpQr P oIonIV\ rQ .
was assistefl the in which the pain, and she refused to
ty Solicitor Edward M. Booth inv ited to participate in the ways yet extending -
by Mrs. Ml 11, M at the October meeting ot the am:lUal Jay of reiollecllon' !to tvOllWn. of tho Culld hnuo D OIl. lftuQ o tho nU( thnt D could bringher b papal secretary' replied j yU j( hCt1 hrO\loh a charitable
S T. P T RSBURG ude and
Oeasaf Hivla And Mrs. E. lU. San Jose Parish Guild Novembe held on December 12. The tributed lo the parish. some comfort. blessing.\ID! fQ p tr ft\ orpitlon( t ttie be(cardinal j maintained 1 I

Jacunski. Christmas arrangements ter i 11 l, Mr, Bwth fflsplayrt de''rotions will be conducted pv Mrs. Don Ennessey, president founded. They will -
She told her@ mother@ hen through the annual Wen
wreaths, the nativity "ILndw '
announced Laura told her family
some of the material that could Fa ther Brendan Donnelly inr plans for the :
I MUMFORDBefrlreratloa I mi and nay tyros of be purchased from local newsOu Lady of Lourdes Church. sec6hd anhlial l Okrlslmasbazaar. I ncciTO Holy Communion\ in, I bare ntahy fiAlllg LO( collection He inaugurated trio\

Air Conditioner U tt1I(ll"U" l!!U ijll! H ill.!. stands. He- also pointed out Fat .ther Lopez 'W 1 ne bazaar will U held lbo mofolali [ VIm mocAON6p save, not jusl! my own, and (Jdd yeIC f] [0.

I Hilt( m iHItt DI 11ay. g alurday d D MMb IMt\\ pr( p tp' iv (fn woo tpoAIp hay th t de It.n
6ft N 7 gir a Ili \ A
Y, \\ cas are located In
mu 11111 UI 111ZI ll i t 1 miil il t 1fliI li Iitimt n il 1 mij mmn'o mijij lu ui r nm npez 11 mlU Jm. nr I gll nies

Mrs. Louis -- ------- -- -
8th. St. South Ziegler president resiLo noon until 8 p.m A spaghetti a--- 'ba, the Congo ublnga,
purchased by teen-age : High School met on ;
announced that t (tee will toa HOT CHrtSW, the\ doctors\ Dy spring.. It I ti TO clear that
&m will be e&tv&l from 5lo II
Phone* dents and that the Solicitor's Th ursday, November 14.. At and Bururl |tn Burundi, and
Du IU.UIt! MtlUIJlilL.L.J. day of rwolMion on !Ion- 7 The War will also
office is making every effort to the; meeting, it was voted to p.m. Xua inCardinal!1yassa.
day, December 9, at Christ the stop the circulation of obscene doi late $50 to the dollars for feature a playland for small
Church in Jacksonville ( Leger worked with II
King children
I LJ literature. set lolars, a scholarship fund

mhQ day will en2n with MM( d /T1__ I' 11 .1 "' r... ,'",. __ ,.r ,. .,. ,..,..,. Hie 'White Fathers ttmlnii InI

me uay wm upen wiin Mass at The fall dance for members me! mine rauma: aCivulb:' m

y ftihy Y ; rhysllm ?? 9:]0 9nui Will m Ofl@1llU@m 0 l lU11llllllllI1Ill the .parish, neighboring par- established Guest speaker by the for Club.the even- l Laothut ( m! 1m1.I[ .

4 d f i M 'I I n n t 2l!l PII1I[f t and'their I I n m 1fO21ll[ r fCI(mrU [
ishes friends will be St t Paul
I inn 1Tfti rmnif Irrlni Nf inI ''h ( II
will llle
I II I U 1U m
and lunch 1 served for wnl6n provides
Clinic Miller a year
held on Saturday night, No- chancellor of the Diocese of On November 17, 1962, the

JfilallyWeyenlergCushioned Vi l: 3 per p person, Reservationsmay ranter t U J from 9 p.m. until l la.m. St Augu tin and pNttt i Mercy! Committee of Si Paul for the lepers who live in fame

be made by calling Mrs. groups since modern science
at the Southside Wo
of Father Lopez High School. Catholic Church was organized
Bellaires Ziegler at FR 6-7162. has made this without
man's Club. Johnny Jelenik Father Nu ent on stu- c

II iLh1 I jl1 Iui.1. m.IIw OoffillllUll I ffiY a I If1 V 1 iii J l AlA! 6Jthtra lri wlll'urhll! Ll A A discipline' spoke\\i A cohJuctM A Aan the UT?r nmu ntlm ot making lrnij dressings rijf II I) i I 1 0 ll Ip I I II i I6 1 I llf llJ i i1 i I

December 1 at the 9 a.m. Mass. purpose The Cardinal's schedule calls
the music for the dance. Dona- open discussion on :student) for cancer 3 Fr ,
Coffee will be served by the patients f fM for him to: baptize some 20
tion for the evenin is
Holy Name Solely.l !Mrs. Leo L and tickets $3.50 be problems, (1L ( wig! me P past\ )PI, the Y. l ep r s:: a tli l a[ a d eN 6 ilk U ll e ft e f
per couple may .. committee has held 24 meetings M
Bassett announced that there purchased at the door Mrs. T. and the members have a native African priest; visit ,
will be cake sale before and L Lanf ana ,
a ; Father George Henri Levesque
TI. 1Ymln! Ia II r ll1ffill[ n [r rthe nUn! R!! l !m MK !J !!t tings. i I y I IRA ,
after all :Masses on December ,, ,
dance. Father Richard Madder '''< '":y v O.P., Canadian Dominican who "

8. Those who wish to donate to I O.C.D., of f V ungsl town, Ohio, These dressings have ::::: :':::4Ild ''kJ: ." ,I h hag b teen directing the Univer.year r. '

leis Ir rn 1J1J J mil mml 1 n llC1at a b U IiM L n UVUli t llE1 lltll1 m 11 r m "11 m m J llll llllals been distributed to the Lake I I a .. I'',:},. .J I Irf IJ! m m1] ijrl [ m OOJi

Nursing Home in
FR 29783. Clothing for the At recent meeting of All ," "Christ for Teen-Agers,"e County ; and officiate at Pontifical
Bishops Relief Fund may be Saints Home for the Aged Auxiliary -and numerous other books, burg and the Pinellas County Masses on Christmas a t

I left at the parish hall. it was announced d that 3 t will give two retreats at t the Nursing Home! Largo, Mrs J k .u ::\. 'f::, :::t. Bururi and New Years'' Day a a at
Riordan and Mrs. Dan
three wheel chairs and otherpurchased. Cenacle e Retreat House, 'Lantana. Kathryn ;'':..;.' ,:,,":::,, Yaounda in the Cameroon?.
1: ;;: :';
iEk1 ll l h l toi ih h hd d M O'Q'cIul9f r r c cQchIrLI n Qf ,I ',,,, ,\1/,
lie Flower Dell U Trie h first! o{ (We !re. the committee. :,.' :;

It was also an- treats is a general one, and,will ST. PETERSBURG

HI; I L ill ifUI @roo 11 m MB U RA! 11M M IU E11IIff M M f M N&! Masarylclown 1 : r ''I UUI!]

1621 I 'Cetr1 a St;'Petersburg will serve Thanksgiving and vember 29-December 1 I. It will St. Mary' ; +4 1 ,,; r'l;; ,:,
===: Christmas dinner to the resi-
with on Friday

LiJOJIMllICT h !! l ] 96"11 dents of the Jacksonvillehome. open supper 'lie birthday;! celebration l U 6t l
evening and close on Sunday
Father, Ralph Cinque O.S.B.
r afternoon at 4:15.: .y

i !U rs. Robert !. [lUll 1 liii t The second retreat Is for [mM[Jill rn thO oo flflIflll I C f I PII W II'i'

Blue Ribbon Financing? making plans for the Christ- high school girls. It will openon supper ,served by the women __________ ._YA-A... __Y __'__-__" _____A _

J mas party to be held Sunday, afternoon, December -A f t Ik! AlUr p ,sutefy Way Y, FLOiT.SRKNHOOSH R
will help you buy or build yournew 1 November 19. Father Cinque At Brandon's' school zoo Lskeriew Are SO.
December 15 from 2:20: until 5p.m. 6, and close on Sunday VfE WIRE FLOWERS
home at lowest cost. will and was presented with gifts from
cTe1a33& There be dancing 67-2134
afternoon, December 8.
This School children in Brandon
Nativity revived
Put him to work for you. Christmas Carols on the pro- the members of his parish, as IT. PETERSBURG
the original meaning of Halloween by wearing cos-
and each guest will receive well as .from the. students and
Rrst Federal SavingsAnd gram tumes of patron saints. Here, from left, are Timmy
a gift from the Auxiliary.All faculty of the Catechism class Advertisers appreciate it
Loan AssociationOf St. Petersburg parishes will participate in Use energiesto and the Holy Name Society. Salata, Al Thurow and Antoinette Patruno in costume of when you mention
St. Petersburg 4645 9th Street NorthGift this event. Albert 'Thomas, president ofthe their saints. THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC

Mrs. Arthur P. Ziegler e r, s spiritual t teach own e HNS; spoKe in behalf a of '\

development chairman, the parishioners: in thanking Mamand
FREE 24.HOUR gave a talk on the season of mothersurged Father Ralph for all the workhe St. Alary\ Magdalen\ e \
Advent to the members pres- has done in the parish. The Women of the parish are

Ambulance Service i ent at the meeting.The NC celebration ended with a Holy asked to bake a cake for the
Thts community service offers: Trained St. Augustine Deanery did Hour to the Blessed Sacra- cake walk at the Fall Festival.To r \
everybody a bang-up job
CALL-any time Attendants Oxygen Equipped Ambuof day of recollection will be December ment. have your cake picked up,
of raising their own children,
lances Anywhere in City Without 0
day or 9 at Christ the King call Mrs. Pat Schloot, MI '
obligation. we wouldn't have to spend so DeLandSt. + OPEX SAT.
342:8821: C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL parish. much energy on comunity projects PeterAt 41515. o I to IS NOON
says Dr. Herbert Rat- Fboa ST. PETERSBURG BEACH
HOME Eau Ga ieAscension the meeting of St. Peter'sRosaryAltar Winter Haven
801-59th+ 5t. No. ner, public health commissioner 73th Are. A Golf Bird TRUST
Society held November S60-S9S1 Tear Account Insured by F.D.I.C. SERVICB
in Oak Park, Illinois.Dr. 14, plans were dis st. JosephThe
On Tuesday, November 12, Ratner, addressing the cussed for the fall festival The St. Joseph Guild of Winter
Boxes of the Ascension Catholic 'V omen's Haven will a card
Iowa Catholic Charities confer- festival will open on Friday, sponsor
Guild held its monthly For Clubs ,
The Famous ence, said: November 22 at 5 p.m. The car party on Saturday, November :
meeting. Mrs. Timothy Hanra- "We've developed the thesis nival theme of the festival will 23 at 8 p.m. in the new parish For Holy Name
han introduced the new mem-
A-l INDIANRIVER that woman has to be liberated. feature booths, games and, hall .. Breakfast
bers.Mrs.. In many middle and upper prizes for the entire family.On .
Robert Gorman 'an
FRUIT Catholic class communities, the woman'has Saturday night, a roast o For Church
nounced that Central HEINZEN
been given the feeling that':'bee f dinner will be served in
;' yw"r UnconditionallyGuaranteed' High will sell Christmas trees 13 she shouldn't be wasting: her the .parish ,haIL Tickets will be K GatheringsWkerDONUT
form $1.50 from December
f Y 'r *.sold the door and ,
college education at home. at the donation at '
From to 22. The locations of the sales for adults is $1.50 and for Can .
will be: Our Lady of Lourdes lie disputed this theory. It
children under 12, 75 cents. On SERVICE
FERN GRILL FRUIT CO."The parking lot in Melbourne, and leads, he claims, to spending Sunday, the Holy Name Society 7BEK PICKUP DELIVERY
the corner of 9th Street and time on community projects on I 14th 8t A IStk AT*, go.rh .
will a barbecued .
Old Reliable"SINCE
U. S. Route No. 1 in Eau the part of women who ,leave: ne s 7- m
chicken dinner from 11 a.m. IlK GBEEX STAMPS
1919 Gallie. I their children "in the hands of until 4 p.m .tk st. a lltfc Art. 8*. or. Just drop In anytime
Send for brochure Phone 862.8659? Mrs. Thomas Eason asked less educated, less loving peo Ph.4111 Pasadena Are.I, 341.7041 34th! St., 898-4343
that everyone contribute to the pie." BrandonNativity
United Fund. She recommended Dr. .Ratner was critical of FOR ADVERTISING

PETERSBURG FLORIDA that as many as possible those who pass up "the golden The Home and School INFORMATION IN r

.. ._.J._ "" "' _a Oa_ help I p Kith the campaip, oprtonity to He 'the private e, iliU One l N f a UvUy g l si, rEimniG 1

especially since this year Catholic -\tutor of \their own children" Brandon, will their CALL
( sponsor
..-, ....
Charities is included
first social event of the year.A 347-5085
; Cost Free Check- their work dance will be held November !
Youth ,
The December meeting will can serve F .
23 from 950: uniil 12:30: at the
ing Accounts be at Holy Name of Jesus in. NEW YORK, (NC) Pope Knights of Columbus hall, 2404 F ;
Canova Beach. Paul VI said in his,-message Central Avenue, Tampa. Music ENJOY AUTOMATIC j
Available Mrs. Harold Davis introduced last week to a convention here YourF ,
I TIanF will be provided by Gene . uIl-Sertnce cu
e _
Father of Catholic eep 1t17f
the speaker youth: Thompson and his band. The 1 Ct mmcr iaiBank' .
a araawuio Thomas F. Higgins chaplain at "The lives and service youth DELIVERY.Phcnt
donation $3 couple.
per ._. .
Accounts May Be Patrick Air Force Base. Father must give is both physical, by : rr :::: a.: .huyoumolu hamrjofyourmcmuyRuIuth'g

Opened By Mail Higgins just returned from assisting those in need of material Edouard C. Cral'gContractor St. Pete-896-1111 I I I ItttJt u..lgt.e.q*/My Mei w4 M ftUtj ftnimg'Irivtdihip
Seville, Spain and spoke, on the goods, and spiritual dearwater-446.8314 '
CM bank cat
THE NATIONAL BANK background of Spain and through the apostolate of eternal and Distributor you

, showed slides. l salvation).as implemented in for

'. OF ST. PETERSBURG fth FLORIDA The h Guild is 4 4.}years old thIsmonth. Catholic Action and all f forms Vikon Metal J., Ceramic FadO Co,
I of collaboration
Following the :speaker with the
and Mosaic
Member F.D.I.C.
there was.:a birthday'party, at Church in the parish, diocese ,....., ,.. ,.....,.
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8 The Florida Catholic, Friday, l ov. 22, 1963 -_--- w 4" -_". 3'lfs" -- R r: l> J WM.Y"<). .r.. 1..t..:....IIIF1.:.} f\I:\! J.lI.t. 2; .l. .l 1 r 1 I I I

{) FBI's J. Edgar Hoover warns -* ; : (.,1":C: ,.' Coming

I.:. t. 'Iw." "I... : ,
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Youth vulnerable as Reds' target :. '..1'.. ,'" .) : S '. \ Events .
( : Tbli col am. lists future be.fit. ..
I .4'.1:; 1IUm. .. tptrUl meetings sad .?...ta.r
By Call A. Balcerak : .,' more than local tntereit. Ad-
the rights of law-abiding mem- ::" im c, yJ'
notice of regular meeting
''I NEW YORK (NC) FBI bers of society," he charged. < S m m' will vine b. emitted. I'
director ry' ;acj "We have mollycoddledyoung
J. Edgar Hoover, honored \ '' c"tv t 1 Aryw Mission, November 17 23,
criminals, lightly tapped
here by the Catholic youth '"" Holy Name Church, Gulf-
hardened offenders on the
I of America, has warned that port, Mass at 9:30 a.m., even-
wrists and released some unreformed -
I I "communists are engaged in an and unrepentent ing services: Monday at 7p.m.

., remainder of mission-
I intensive campaign to control hoodlums to prey anew on society

the minds and win the alleg ," he said. ';. 7:30.DeLand:

I lance of American youth." Mr. Hoover said the crime fall festival November
22-23, parish grounds;
"During the past two years problem "costs the American

I communist spokesmen have people some $22 billion ayear, beef dinner, Saturday night;

appeared on nearly 100 campuses 1zY nine times the amount con "',x ';..4 ..... chicken barbecue, November

from coast to coast," Mr. tributed to our churches," and .r 24, 11 a.m. on.

Hoover said after receivingthe "for every dollar spent on educating = "viaaalt Fall dance, Jacksonville,

"Pro Deo at Juventute"For our children, $1.11 goesto Southside Woman's Club, November

( God and Youth) medal at crime." 23, 9 p.m.; San Jose

the convention banquet on November r He said this country's "most A welcome to rally given Parish Guild, sponsor.

16 of the Catholic formidable weapons" againstthe Incarnation fall festival,

youth organization federation. } challenges it faces are faith, Monsignor James J. Meehan last program at Bishop Barry High School. church grounds, Sarasota, 10

; Mr. Hoover said that in the ; t Individualism, courage, integrity Sunday welcomed 350 men to the fall Officers speaking included, from left, to 10, November 23.

Red effort to win over Ameri Y M' discipline and vision. rally of the West Coast Deanery Holy John Savage, Gregory Gracy and Card party, St. Joseph

can youth "a national youth '-'--- These qualities "are the keysto Name Societies. They attended Mass James Brown. Manor, St. Petersburg, November "

commission has been estab J. Edgar Hoover honoredJ. freedom," he concluded. in his church in St. Petersburg and a 23,1:30: p.m.

lished within the communist . .
- - - -
Edgar Hoover director of the Federal Bur- ." " " " "-" "-"-"-"-"-"-,"-"-'"- Plant City Altar Society
party, U.S.A.; special publica- ,
tions have been issued; front eau of Investigation, last week in New York re- Holy Name rally includes bazaar and dinner, November -
23 4-830
groups have been organized; ceived the "For God and Youth" medal presentedby p.m. I

and an ambitious speech program representatives of the national Catholic youth, JuskoTo seminar on leadership Spaghetti dinner, Camp
has been directed against from left, :Monsignor Philip J. :Murphy of New San Pedro, November ,
, our colleges and universities. 1 p.m., benefit Maitland par-
York and :Monsignor Frederick J. Stevenson, (Continued from Paj. One) scurantism. Yet this Is the

f The purpose of the communist NCWC youth director.of the Choir of the the deanery organization, presented -i martyrdom that we are all ish.Circus Time Dance, November

, speaking campaign on Gregory Gracy, deanery
campuses, he said, is "to create the soviet bloc diplomatic sual trash is moving closer and Eucharistic Congress \ice-president, who conducted all share." Fronton, St. Patrick Altar

confusion, raise questions and establishments in New York closer to the childrens' bookson Father Cunningham concluded and Rosary Society.
for the
training men.
spread doubts among; you and Washington or whether the shelves of our news- program E : Card party, November 23,
herewith sincere thanks to all the
young people concerning the they are fanatical adherents of stands and magazine stores. I express my In his sermon at the rally 8 p.m., parish hall, St. Joseph
American of life. the communist party, U.S.A. religious and lay music teachers of the Dioceseof "Nothing is more harmful to
way "Our youth do not needeak. Mass, Father Cunningham told ]the cause of Christ than the Guild, Winter Haven, span-
all represent the same ideology St. Augustine for your excellent preparation of I
"If their constitutional rightto ness; they need strength. Theydo the in the men that while every man capitulation, the hesitation, the sor.Dance
of treachery, deceit and the music sung during Eucharistic Congress November 23, 9.30-(
free speech allows them to subvention.:* not need indulgence; they did not receive the grace to be denial of the Christian when I
Jacksonville October 27 1963.
on ,
of Columbushall
use the public school forum to need the guidance and the discipline *confronted publicly with amoral 12:30: Knights
an Augustine or an Aquinas ;;
promote the secular creed of In referring to lawlessnessand ,,hich can best be pro The many hours you spent doing this work decision."It 2404 Central Avenue,
"f'eI'man is called toa'e
marxism-leninism which pornography, Mr. Hoover vided by a decent home. resulted in a wreath of beautiful sound that crown- upon Tampa, Nativity Home and
the world. is an admission that School Association,
open sponsor.
openly and denies said "Americans, in growing
avowedly "Above all :Mr. Hoover said ed a day on which we honored Christ the King. 1 the of God is neither
numbers dan- presence Dance, November 30, 9 p.m.
God does their constitutional are developing a Always be careful, he said, toavoid
freedom of religion also pro- gerously indulgent attitude to "they need the benefit of re- My admiration also goes out to the boys and sought nor accepted. It is an- to 1 a.m., Riverside Women's
ligion in church, at home show, yet never be afraid \other weak fiber in the moral Club, Jacksonville, Most Holy
habit the rest of us from using ward crime, filth and corrup- girls who made up this wonderful chorus. You
tion. and in the atmosphere of our to be the bearer of the conviction -j fabric of the Church. Redeemer, sponsor.
the same public school forumto were exceedingly fine, upstanding young men and
"No that classrooms. of Christ. He called for "You men who are gatheredhere Rummage sale, December
express our faith that God one can deny mo- women, showing the results of Catholic educationzy
does exist?" he asked. tion pictures are deliberatelyand The FBI director, calling fora behavior and them to be "martyrs," or witnesses 1 this morning to pay hom 3-1, 112 North Garden Street, :
exemplary participation.I
more realistic attitude toward your to the Name of Jesus in a Clearwater; sponsor, St. Pat
increasingly J
"It is indeed ironic, he con. definitely pursuing an in the everydayorld.. age
with the problem of crime, said "the in public fashion should take rick Women's Guild of Largo.
bold felt
tunied, "that communist party courtship very proud, yet humbly so, joining Said the Priest ]
speakers whose minds and obscenity," he continued. "No charitable approach toward with you in offering God our praise and thanks away with you the convictionthat Card party, December 5,

J thoughts and actions are in no one can deny the role of the young hoodlums" has been through song. :May He keep all of you safe in the "Let us not forget the cour- ; the real public homage Whispering Hills Country

manner free should demandthe television industry in bringing tried and found wanting. palm of His hand! age it takes to stand before a \that :you pay Christ in His Club, Titusville. St. Teresa

opportunity to parrot the lurid portrayals of violence and "The bleeding hearts, some group of fellow-workers and
Moscow line to young Americans sadism into the living rooms- actually sworn to administerthe Ralph Jusko declare something to be sinj j radiated through your life and sor.Card

under the guise of aca- and even the nurseries-of our law either as judges or social Choir director of the massed ful; how fearful to be a Chris- ;actions in the everyday worldin party, December 6,

demic freedom. Academic free- homes. workers, are so concernedfor choirs at Jacksonville, 1963 tian openly where Christianity j which you live. St. Teresa parish, Titusville, "

dom is not an Instrument for "No one can deny that sen- young criminals and terror- is sneered at as prudery or ob- "You must be ready to pro- Woman's Club, sponsor. ,
ists that they are indifferent to fess always and everywhere the Anna Maria Island rum-
the perpetuation of conspira- " " " " " " 1
torial ideologies. Nor is it an Festival ready to wonderful truth that you con mage sale, St. Bernard
of self-destruction : a ; 1 fess this morning: to the Holy church, December 7.
agent a Florida C D A marks
benefit Santa Fe : Name of Jesus, be honor,
freedom to freedom.
destroy m 1? ? zl Day of recollection, Decem
praise, glory.
of her 7, Sacred Heart parish,
LAKELAND The first
Mr. Hoover said communist an- anniversary foundingJACKSONVILLE The day's rally concluded Jacksonville.Bazaar J.

are particularly aware "of the nual Santa Fe Festival will be a '.:'t .}t'b'isAr ,after the training seminar when

rich opportunity for infiltration held on November _?3 .at the On November 19, 1963, the Florida the men attended the Benediction December 8, school I

presented by nnnary racial Santa Fe High School grounds, State Court, Catholic Daughters of America, celebratedthe of the Most Blessed Sacrament hall, St. Joseph Guild, Bra-
and nationality gioups. three miles east of Lakeland in the school cafeteria. denton, sponsor.

on U. S. 92, it was announcedhere 40th anniversary of its organization. Mrs. Frank M. -.......,,... ...____ u'"" ......,_ _.A.__ ._..nf _
"This is especially true of Dr. John Stanton, r ...... ;..
by general Scheidell, state regent, said that this occasion was observed -. I"f'i".J' < .. .
the intense civil rights movement :- chairman of the : \ ...
sponsor .
within the United ing Santa Fe Boosters Club. by the attendance of all Catholic Daughters at the holy / .."! :<

States," he added," for Ameri 5 sacrifice of the Mass and the reception of Holy Commun- [

I ca's 20 million Negroes and! "'t'at..fof\ the festival will :

the countless other citizens he two performances at 2 p.m. y ion.This Diocese of St. Augustine:Court '
spiritual act of mercy 4
St. No.
w Augustine 23, Mrs.
who share their objectives i in
Sarasolo was offered in commemoration
Marie Colee
grand regent;
the current struggle are a priority ;
of all those who initiated and
r. Court Sancta Maria No.
target for communist t High School. assisted in the pioneer work \Y 4, t1, /':i 6r
1 St. Petersburg, Mrs. Mary Sulz-
propaganda and exploitation. Other attractions are being which launched this Catholic bach, grand regent; Court Holy TJ"M1* ;l'

"Make no mistake about the:, offered during the festival organization of Catholic wom- Rosary No. 1034, Jacksonville, v.'
communists in this countryJIr. .
at noon, en. .u..i :r W
which gets underway Mrs. Mary Gunderson, grand t't ; :
Hoover Saturday. Food and refreshments 0; Special prayers were offeredfor regent; Court St. Ann No. 1645, 1"r1

'Whether they arc member. \\ibe\ available in /.H' the continued success of St. Petersburg, Mrs. Emma McMahon -
booths on the grounds."We the Second Ecumenical Coun- grand regent; Court r

are hopeful that our cil now in session in Rome. Blessed Elizabeth Ann Seton ifThanksgiving
s ,
Oo.o ] Deyo'j''t first festival will get a gigantic The State Court was organized No. 1899, Clearwater.

send-off and that we will estab- ? in Jacksonville by Miss

.RESTAURA to lish an attendance record that Mary Duffy, supreme regent. n

rv will be hard to beat each year," y: The first state regent was Mrs. Navajo vocation

00c said. "All proceedsfrom ...YfLS. ._ p .* .. ,., .
Dr. Stanton ''' .4.''';'' '
to E R >: ""' .w..n. .wry.::" ''' '' '' ;''' '' ) .c- .p Nellie Corbett O'Neill. The first DETROIT (NC) David

GP'f p1N Ad pt the festival will be usedto subordinate Court in Floridawas .
t 5 U Consultants for Charlie, young Navajo Indian Day's coming
OYSTERS. purchase classroom equip- Court St. Augustine No. 23, studying here, expects to be I
ALL. rho w.tglnnt ON h SHELF.OIn. t ment for the High School." Elsita S.C.C. of St. :Margaret Mary's, organized on February 5, 1905 the first of his tribe to becomea :Maryland educator, Sister Mary Edward,

A k.utlful oa UAXIMO MOORINGS Tickets are 25 cents or five for Winter Park, and Mrs. Betty Algae who teaches through the efforts of Mr. Al- Priest. He's Friar Alonzo teaches her pupils the art of preparing dinner for ,i

4801 37 St. S. TUMI et 46 Art..3 $1. kindergarten at St. James, Orlando, met M. F. lie Rogero, district deputy of Charles now, with seven yearsof Thanksgiving Day. Putting the turkey in the oven I

J Haselman, right, educational director, and Gerard the Knights of Columbus.The study behind him It will be are, from left, Shirley Fortune, Kathy Dimsey and I!

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Everybody asksCapacity God's world .

I c Comment 0 after death is /Happy life centers on CreatorIS I

function Qiven each soul
yours an Integrated life? which Is lived apart from God

I Monsignor Cloonan 1 Some people, if asked to define n -whether by positive sn! or

your brain is damaged
the verb "to integrate," merely by Ignoring God-is a
can't think. How thencan
you probably would answer, "Why, wasted portion.
was a Priest's Priest He was a in a new parish, turning the first think after death father:
HE you it means to end discrimination This does
people's Priest. He was a great shovel full of dirt on the virgin land, when you've no brain at all? against the Negro" Leo J. not mean, obvious.
ly, that God must be always and
Priest would invaribly have as a witness to Such definition
a would be
Your questioner may mean Frank J. Trcselonger specifically in our conscious

Last week, Monsignor Cloonan his humble beginning Monsignor one ,of two quite different Incorrect The word "integra thoughts. That is not humanly

died. Cloonan. things. There Is the permanent \Slicedalive. tion" has a much wider mean- possible. We have to give at.

damage to the brain which]I ing than as a synonym for tention to the matter at hand, j

Although most of us will be vene- There was no funeral for a fellow- leaves a man conscious, but, equal rights. To integratemeans I- and the mind is not capable of '

rated in death, Monsignor Cloonanwas Priest without Monsignor Cloonan. permanently "mentally' de to unify, to form all divided concentration.

also venerated in life. His life There was no' meeting of the Priests ranged" not in his right .. :. parts into a complete and perfect I that live, but-IIr Christ However, if ours is an Integrated I

mind. A man in that state does whole. When used in con life, there Is a recognizable ,
lives in
was the living testimony of what a without Monsignor Cloonan. think but All and In action; as a spiritit nection with the the strugglefor me. i
chaotically. that pattern in all that we
Priest should be-good to his people, There was no convention, no rally, comes through the senses is thinks*&. Mills, decides. racial justice, integrationmeans some Unfortunately Catholics who do not are do. It all makes sense in the

kind to his fellow Priests, devoted to no special function without Monsignor carried to the brain, which But. it is only one single soul: the unification of all manifest in their lives that light of what we profess to be-
assembles and records it men, regardless of color, into
God. Cloonan. : and if more of its energy is consistency, that wholeness lieve.

the thinking mind takes over. drawn off to animating a one undifferentiated body of which we call integration. On If we wish to assay the full
there will be Priest Priests where citizenry.The .
Certainly no Ask the one
young But if the recording Instru. damaged body, it will have less the contrary, their lives are ness of integration in our life,

who knew Monsignor Cloonan who might stop in Jacksonville and you ment is damaged, it can offer to use in thinking and the rest. question, then", "Is yoursan fragmented, unorganized. Religious we might ask ourselves, "Is

will not feel as if he had lost a per would usually hear the reply: "Stop the thinking mind only a mess The second is that we can integrated life? has no activities are tightly mine a reasonably happy, con

sonal friend. and see :Monsignor Cloonan." Who so to do Its thinking about. Or not"be sure that the mind is to reference attitude(except towardsNegroes. indirectly) confined to one compartmentof tented life? Do I usually get up

the questioner may mean simply not functioning when the man your life while other activities, in the morning with a feelingof i

His parish proclaims the love his often provided the occasion of a brief some temporary bodily is unconscious. One function it in their own compartment are confidence for the day and

parishioners had for him. respite in many Priests' lives?- damage (it need not affect the is certainly performing it is Yours is an integrated life If quite devoid of supernatural its problems? Do I usually go

Monsignor Cloonan.He brain directly) which rendersa holding on to the knowledge it it is a unified life-a life built direction or motivation. to bed at night thinking, 'This

Although one could easily go man unconscious for the had before the accident: the around a principle or a philosophy Thus we have for example, has been a good day?' Do I feel

down the litany of his accomplishments was the unofficial spokesmanfor time being. man. usually returns to con- which influences and the man who is at Mass and in general that mine is a i

it would really not tell the the Priests.It sciousness with the same mass binds together all that you do. Holy Communion on Sunday, worthwhile life, give or take a r

This is the more difficult of knowledge, ideas, plans, A dedicated communist lives yet on Monday is just as few minor things that I might
story of Monsignor Cloonan. One would be expected that :Monsignor -
problem of the two. guesses, hopes. He was not an integrated life. The princi. heathen in his talk and attitudes like to change if I could7"I

rarely thought of him as a great ad- Cloonan would number all the Remember it is not the mind conscious of them, but they pIes of marxist socialism permeate as the most pagan of his I
If life really is centered I
ministrator, even though he was; one senior Priests of the two dioceses, St. that does the thinking, it is the were there. his every activity; his associates. We have the woman upon my God, I should be able to

All that we seem to note Is work, education, recreation, who is the model of piety in
would rarely think of him and :Miami The mind is what he
as a great Augustine as warm per- man. doesit answer these questions in the
that the mind has not gone on art and literature. An egoist'slife Church, yet in her social life
he But he also with, but it is he who doesit. affirmative.
organizer, even though was the sonal friends. was vene-
these also is exist-
It is the damage to him working on producingnew an integrated is as selfish and scheming as

best. rated by every Priest who came in which affects the thinking.And thoughts. But even that is ence. With him, everything revolves an atheist.II A life in which God is trulya

His always contact with him-young and old. not certain. Unconscious cere- around self. Nothinghas unifying principle, formingall
overpowering priestliness
he is not simply a spiritor our life as a Christian Is
bration Is something we have value unless it in some parts into a complete and
seemed to distract from his :Monsignor Cloonan needs no mind or soul which has a all experienced in some degreea way contributes to his personal to be an integrated life, it must interlocking whole, should bea

body that it can use as an in have God as its center.
great accomplishments. eulogy to be remembered by. Anyonewho thinking process continu. betterment.If satisfying life. There will be
strument he is union of the
: a
Young Priests just starting out knew him will never forget him. two. He is an embodied spiritor ing and problems clarified there is any class of persons God made us to love Him- peaks and valleys, of course.

without our awareness.All which means that He made us There will be times of darkness 4
If he whose lives should
an enspirited body. exhibit
this we discuss with our to do His will, since this is the and of doubt. ,..
Sacred Scripture is damaged in certain ways he a unity of thought and
questioner, not as laying down only adequate expression of But, over the long haul there
may be unable to function action it should be we who
the law with him the student
I normally either in the mentalor have been made members, I by our love. should be a sense of accom.

Psalms beseech God's the material field. and ourself the professor. We baptism, of the Mystical Bodyof God must be the magnetic plishment, a conviction that
mercy invite him to think along with
I What immediately survives Christ. pole which keeps us always on my life is meaningful, a certainty -

course. His will must be the that somehow however
psalms which have be that much the less rich If death is not the man. One element us.There ,
is so much Involve- We should be able to final of all that .
measure do.
THE in him dissolves rots say: we humbly, I have made my contribution
the author of Psalm 55 had ,
our attentionfor not ment of brain and senses in with
St. Paul, "It is now no Any portion of our life to God's overall plan.
The other element the
left these precious lines away. ,
the past few weeks have us : My the thinking of the embodied
:Father have counted spiritual, survives and (until -
wanderings you ; spirit each of us is, that no one
been characterized by a simi- John my tears are stored in your the resurrection of the body, of can be blamed for feeling that From the editor's deskMeaning

larity, even an identity of J. flask; are they not recorded in which we shall speak later) it he just cannot swallow the

th me. Castelotmelody your book? must go it alone.As idea of thinking going on when

The psalmist Is put upon by we have already seen the body isn't there. 'of college of Bishopsmacy.
\"-p- These words occur In the even the mental activities of
powerful enemies bent on his 1
second stanza wherein the the whole man, though we our Hut no sane man holds his First Vatican Coun- This doctrine Is referredto the collegiality of Bishops the

destruction; he pleads with psalmist describes the persistent selves are experiencing them own swallowing: power as a THE defined as a dogmaof as the "collegiality of the Council, is trying to provide

God to rescue him and to defeat or a clever twist of i efforts of his enemiesto all the time, are largely darkto final test!! of truth. Faith that the Pope is an Bishops" or "the unity of the for meetings or conferences of

his foes; and so confidentis lyrics which recommends it to destroy him and asks Godto us. And in any event, we And even a very reluctant infallible episcopal college." Bishops among themselves or
teacher when speak-
he In God's mercy and lOVe the public. Although having bring their plans to naught. have no reason to think that materialist will usually admit a selected member, representing
the mental activities of the disembodied ing to the Church on a matterof According to this doctrine,
ing-kindness that he can envision nothing really new to say, it The who survival as a bare possibilityafter their fellow Bishops, meet.
men were Attacking Bishops of the Church
mind will be
states the old theme with bound what we believe (Faith) or
arresting ing with the Pope at intervals
all which he is
the thank-offerings he one not
the author of Psalm 54, were by the same rules. The condi- form a body or college whichas t
originality.In what we must do or not do to more effectively direct the
entitled to dismiss absolutely.To .
will bring to the temple Ingratitude his own colleagues, fellow- tions in which it is functioningwill a group, is responsible for

for his deliverance.Now the realm of sacred music, Levites. The author of Psalm be so very different. you survival considered (morals). teaching and governing the Church.

each of us has his favorite 55 is being assailed by without reference to what God whole The importance of empha.
pagans Come back to our damagedman Infallibility Is a that people.
It is possible that therecurrence hymns. They may not express who are thus not only personal who is unconscious. Is hea has told us, may seem any grace sizing the collegial nature of

of this theme in anything that hasn't been expressed enemies but enemies of the proof, that the mind cannot thing from a high probabilityto impedes the Pope from leadingthe We know from the New the Bishops in the Church is '

Miccesshe! psalms could prove a hundred times before true religion as well Their at- function when the body is sheer certainty. Church into error. Testament that Jesus founded not to be underestimated.

monotonous but what they say they God's word is decisive. We His Church on the twelve .,
tacks are especially vicious; damaged? Not.a proof, certainly. At that same Council the It was! in the mind of Vatican
say in a way which appeals to shall come to that. apostles. They were created as
have chased the
Possible, yes but not at individual they psalmist And for two quite different Bishops taught that they (the a body, with definite instruc. I to do it and is, of course,
our temperamentsand And own experience has
hither thither and and my
all Just think of all :yon two questions
reasons we
necessary. of Vatican II.
personalities.And have caused him to shed been that men are moved to Bishops) are the successors of tions from Him (Matt. 10)), give noIart
the hundreds of popular ballads copious cannot fully answer.
which the so it is with the psalms. tears. accept the truth of survival by the apostles and guide and en a world wide mission (Matt. It will put into proper per-
express The first is that the soul hasa learning what it entails-what 28, 19)) and together receivedthe the total structure of
theme, the same sentiments, Many of them voice identical But he knows that not a rule the Church in their dio-
double function: as a soul it follows death than by Holy Spirit on Pentecost Church. Father Hans
the Kung
sentiments but their authors
over and over again. And yet tear is shed in the cause of ceses. Because of the early dissolution -
after all individuals and animates the body, keeps it arguments about the fact of it. Sunday (Acts 2)). So great was has summed this up neatly:
were, ,
without God's
each of them has a special appeal right taking of Vatican I, they their sense of unity that when
each of them reacted to a given of it. And his "The unchangeable constitu-
and is accepted, in i its own note one day had
never chance to investigate one defected, they chose anoth. Church
situation in his own very per- enemies and God's will be boxMarriage tion of the Catholic as
right and on its own level, as Question ,
him Acts 1
or teach further er replace ( founded by Christ and shown .
sonal way. ----------
a part of our musical heritage.It given ample reason to shed
about the place of the Bishopsin 26 et). in prototype in the Acts of the
Our sacred literature would of their
may be a catchy turn of tears own.
valid lasting relation to the Pope and to The successors of these men Apostles, is at once Petrine and "'J' II

____ ____
u who are called the Apostles are apostolic, at once hierarchial
the Church as a whole.
:) Father Michael V. Gannon the Bishops. The present bodyof and collegiate. Hence the Important I I
of couple free to wedQ. The present Council, takingup Bishops can trace their origin thing is always the I

a' ":t' Mission of Nombre De Dios this unfinished work of to that first college of 12 preservation of these featuresof I

In the marriage of perfect union with God. Vatican I, is now treating of men, with Peter at their head, the Church's structure, as i

Protestants, does the CathIn the more elementaryolic the questions of Bishops.The whom Christ chose as His le displayed in the Acts and I

qneat chaptERs in Church recognize: any stages of the spiritual life, an role of the Bishop in his gates. originating from Christ him i \

difference aspiring contemplative may ex- The unity of the episcopal self. For this reason it is a ; I
in the quality of own diocese is relatively clear.
P a "dark night of the college under the primacy of good thing always to keep the I
RoiiOa catholic history these marriages, according rienf; Pope Leo XIII wrote in his .
sense the Pope as the heir of the order of things in the Apostolic ,

to whether they are per- It, IS marked by an Increasing encyclical, "Satis Cognitum:" college of apostles under the Church before our mind's eye, :

formed before a minister or inability to think or pray "Although Bishops do not receive direction of Peter, an apostle not indeed as a model to be mechanically !
Chapter :8"The quite surprised with what had fered to Our Lord all that He
a justice of the I
peace by a distaste for self-examina- plenary, universal or supreme himself, Is the basic questionand copied but as a det-
me in this world, all
been done. may give A. rso. Non-Catholics are not tion, and by persistent temptations authority, they are not insight of the present day terminative norm." (The Council i
and talents of that I may acquire and possess,
energy "On Saturday the 8th the in order to plant the Gospel in held to the form of marriage against faith or chastity, to be looked upon as mere rep. discussion in the Council. Reform and Reunion, page !

two brave cap required of Catholics, or of a sometimes even by scruples. resentatives of the Roman To intensify this notion of 167). I
Admiral landed with many this land for the enlightenment !
tains, Joined to the efforts of Catholic marrying a non The suffering endured during Pontiffs. They exercise a I
of its natives and in like
their brave soldiers, who had banners spread, to the soundof I pledge myself to Catholic. Since parties of sucha this purgation brings the soulto power truly their own and are

trumpets and salutes of ar manner couple give to each other a realization of the necessity ordinary pastors of the people M. J Murray !
no tools with which to work Your Majesty. I
tillery. As I had gone ashore consent and, if validly baptized of seeking God withoutthe which they govern."

the earth, accomplished the Thus was founded, on September the sacrament of, matrimony comfort of the interior
the evening before, I took a What of the individual
construction of this fortress of Cross and went to meet him, 8, I5G5, the parish and any form of marriage senses-by pure faith. Bishop in relation to the whole Strange but trueCopyright !I.

defense, and when the Captain- settlement of St. .\ugu .'une. recognized by the State, makes Church? We can- take our lead .

General disembarked, he was singing the hymn Te Deum the marriage valid and indissoluble Q. Is the doctrine of guardian from Canon 228 of the code of 1963, NCWC News Service I t: '

Laudamus. The Admiral, followed The Spanish pioneers named if the parties are cap- angels an article of Canon Law. The canon ;

by all who accompanied their Dios-Name landing of site.God-and Xombre there de able marriage in God's eyes. Faith? that the Bishops of the Church says ;; = f1lr f/ t

him marched up to the Cross, The sacramental characterof A. This doctrine, which Is in- united with he Pope exercise CfOIJR 0' 0, .i
they founded the country'sfirst St 4 F'PC XA.J..OL
a Protestant marriage does cluded in the general teachingof in the Churchin !
knelt, and kissed it. A large Mission. supreme power ', ; cc714rbC.4 gt0 .
not come from its having a religious theologians, has not been an ecumenical council. The -- J
number of Indians watched r
From Xombre de Dios and ceremony but from the defined and declared by the recognition that the Bishops as : i iI
these proceedings and imitated DQ$ ;
St. Augustine unnumbered fact that both parties are Church as an article of faith.It a whole, in union with their

all they saw done. Priests and laymen carried the baptized.Q. is in accordance with many head the Pope, can act with supreme : : L \/ -u : ,g.LQ' gS; I i iJ "
CaitefeTnblUbrd events recorded in the Bible. i ;' 5br SLIL5.,
twin torches of Christianityant authority and bear the ;
The same day tl f Admiral I have come across the ;' I J '!
: civilization into the track- The doctrine has the approval charge of the universal Church f
took formal po 'evsion of (heCiUfltry expression "the dark nightof
less continent. of the Church in devotion leads us to the key doctrine ; '
in the of blot the soul." Will 'I
name pleasetell
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million (ducats) more or wrote, the narathes of the voyage During this time, the soul happiness in marriage? -i, :. : 1
EB less, I would spend it all upon Lopez I
and founding, Father Xor. 2C St. PatrickJackMmtille II
experiences acute desolation A. \Vhy not the Blessed Virgin ,"
this undertaking, because it I is I
Father Solis de Meras,
TaLLer V.. Smith because it seems to be abandoned and St. Joseph? They
of such great service to Cod I
LUecutUe CJll0fEJltc.u
and Pedro Menendcz himself,
by God, and, at the same possessed, to the highest degree
: Miss .I... QuUallark Our Lord, for the Increase of recorded more than knew XOT. 27 Immaculate Conception '
A. HtlUljJ they time, It has an intense yearn the virtues so necessaryfor Jacksonville ,
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for the service of Your Ma. "?
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November 22 19CS( : E\anjjeli/ing the. period per and asking their aid, 13 ,
Friday, Rssaaw THI NCgTH Of ITfltY.Cathol .
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''f -_ 5 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Nor. 22, 195

Bishops underscore U..S. bonds of unity "I

WASHINGTON (NC) under God for the protectionof '" the secularist there can be no I
I Following is the full text of the equal rights of all. t real appreciation of the dignityof 110

the statement entitled : God's creatures. For the
The basic bond of union was
: materialist the of the dispossessed -
"Bonds of Union" issued by the willing recognition of mu- s : : cry
k Is without spiritual
the Bishops of the United tual rights and reciprocal :b a

States through the executive duties. k content or appeal.

department of the National Each of the Old World peoples 1 Small wonder that social
a rl x becomes merely a political
Catholic Welfare Conference: who had a part In the N r rS 1
matter and we remain as
During the period of the building of our New World 7. S f 1 l 1 f'S
nation morally tortured by I
a I
Second Vatican Council we are commonwealth brought here a
I j racial injustice in schools, jobs, ,I
Joined in common effort with strong religious piety which .
communal facilities,
Q w housing,
the Bishops of the Catholic powerfully influenced our national -
-S even In the most obvious area
Church from every land. A character and our civil I

greater public attention has traditions. They shared a com- ". 1:4: a ii 1 L SS of democratic suffrage.
Unless the Declaration of In-
thus been given to our wider mon conviction in the Providence ?

role as council Fathers, concerned of God and came to feel dependence is taken to mean
1 that their nation r' what it says about Inalienable
with the universal goodof was to r t t.s
its in the divine R'a rights and their divine origin;
the Church. In these days so special place "V
unless the salute to the flag
full of historic Importance, we plan. They considered the r
have gratefully noted the pray- "laws of nature and of nature'sGod" including Lincoln's phrase
"under God," is uttered with-
ers and the cordial expressionsof to be both the source and 4 x, 'xN
t.. out tongue in cheek; unless the
good will toward the council the sanction of human rights .

and the Church from Americans and of the institutions neededto ::)::.::.:<>.'.J.Y 3K.:ri: ,;v"V; :. ;. "ill ..' ; \._ F' +80.+>a n.\.k ar plain intent of the Constitutionis "f'
wholeheartedly endorsedany -
of every faith.It protect them. They recog- American hierachy received by Pope Paul VI talk of "law and order" Is
Is not Inappropriate, how- nized, with Cicero, that the

ever, that we address ourselvesat natural law is "eternal and unchangeable Last Friday, Pope Paul VI addressed the The Bishops held their annual meeting in plauded as the Holy Father joined them worse It is hypocrisy.than poor: public policy/

the same time to our peoplein valid for all and members of the United States hierarchy in Rome where they are at the second session informally.

i the United States, and this all times." English at the Vatican's Clementine Hall of the Second Vatican Council. Bishops ap- III. Our i
In regard to those national Hence in the American compact .

bonds of union that we as which is our Declarationof aspirationsBut

Americans respect and cherish. independence, our forefathers days the family has been a dynamic honor God according to the dictates mon good. Private education, day worship. There is, it is If wo are to do so, we must

Recent events in the national recognized man endowedby source of union in our of an upright conscienceand voluntary welfare programs, true, a statistical growth in renew the saving habits of even these problems of f

community have severely his Creator with Inalienable communities. Recognition of therefore the right to wor- medical research and political church affiliation, but this is grateful humility, purposeful our republic can be bonds of

tested these bonds. Such test- rights and correlative duties. this has been a bond of nation ship God privately and publicly. idealism were encouraged.We substantially offset by the disturbing self-sacrifice, and courage to union. They are faced by all

ing is not new. In the confidence The divine principle behind al union. ." alienation of whole take the risks which remainthe Americans; their solution is

1 that now, as in the past, this civic heritage is proclaimed rejoice when exemplaryCatholics areas-education, work, play- price of truly human pro- our mutual burden. Men of
Another bond of union has A further union has bring, together' with will finding that they
bond of good are
those bonds will be strength- in the inscription above from an effective tie with gress. Earlier American gen-
been emphasis on equality it been' the of new insights!' into human need' must work together to stem !
general recognition
ened under trial, the Catholic the Speaker's chair in the the Creator and Judge of men erations understood the mean .
I Bishops of the United States House of Representatives, the self. This has gone beyondmere religious homage to God as a their own beneficent Influenceon and nations. ing, for civilization as well as the march toward secularism. I
equality before the law. duty as well as a right. the common good. Reaction against materialismmay !
invite reflection upon them. result of a unanimous vote in personal salvation, of the
It has insisted on the right of The rise! of secularism warnsus please God, result in a
19C2, "In God We Trust. Thus a major element of sacred Scriptures which warnus I
Most of citizens have our
I From the beginnings' : of our each to share in the common our to reorder our individualand renewed commitment to spin
heritage has been the translation :
I national existence, our forefathers good and invited the contribution taken for granted the vigorous social life to place it "For he who would his itual values, turning our ,
I. Our heritageOur exercise of the rights of man con- save
of the ,
right freely to
of each to his squarely the of wealth Into
!sought to form a society according perspective life will lose it but he who search for a vocation -
ferred by God into civil rights ;
choose one's vocation and to :
became talents. our own deepest' >> religious be-
almost unique in human government according loses his life for My sake will of service. Americans regardless -
guaranteed by the state. The I
develop one's talents. Indeed
history a society of free men to these shared concepts Our concept of equality, still full power of the state is expected liefs. find it." (Matt. 16, 25)) And of their differences,
the instrumentfor a major cause of the present unite in the of t
respected pursuit
In painful of realization readily
process "Unless the grain of wheat fall
to protect the human As secularism has steadily
social unrest is the deter-
guarding the basic rights of has never been a mere very into the common goals which give direction
ground and die, it remains -
person in his individual and grown American legal philosophy
mination of minorities
to secure -
ST. AUGUSTINE man, the rights to life, libertyand legalism. It has included the alone he who loves force and purpose to
social moral
, these rights. Freedom of aspects, namely, as at our values have
the pursuit of happiness. moral quality of respect, even choice of work, with the as once the beneficiary and the revealed an increased materialism. his life, loses it. ." (John 12, our efforts.
These clearly Included the reverence, for the individual, 24-25)) These The aspirations of all peopies
1 piration to excel, has stimulated architect of the "good society. We are a prosperous nation are precepts I
about their
rights deriving from parenthood center
for individual. Every which
every blessed by God with seem unintelligible to
SALES and SERVICE under the law an extraordinary initiative.The and their firesides. The values
man and woman has equal II. Our problemsThis bountiful resources. This us in a generation whose con-
ChevroletBuickFort and in political life, freedom of rights before the law, notably has productivity resulted in of our country wealth has been increased by cept of the good life has been which these embody are the
great mea- shared heritage reflect the
conscience freedom in the core of common
to to smothered
rights equal opportunity able by securities.
leadership and hard work.
from this freedom develop
sure ing the noble aspirations and
choice life in good. Nonetheless, a people'saspirations
of a state of and learn, to work, to acquire prop- I
Marion personal talents. It has the deep sentiments of many majority of our people Both secularism!' and materialism themselves
one's talents the express I
erty, including a home, to be
now of
good things
often benefited the wider human American hearts, is not, of contribute to our third in national i patterns. Our
right to private
property.Our the basis of
Chevrolet Co. promoted on performance life. Following impulses
nation has defended not community through programs course, narrowly American. Its once )lI'oblf'm-the frequent use of shared goals have been clear :
and qualification, to of American religiousand elements linked with the spiritual, but in danger of be- expediency>> rather than .
are principle from the beginning. To the extent -
123 San Marco A"e. only the rights to life but also participate freely in commun- traditional tl
philanthropic especially human achievements coming mere procedures in social
groups and meeting our that remain
some unrealized -
the rights of those who are responsible -
afairs all this
St. Augustine ity not merelyby cri we sacrifice for the
in times of world dreams of millions problem
every these!: also are bondsof I
under God for that
virtue of legal decisions but in land and
VA 9Budgeting- t needy our own
where. Similarly the problems union summoning to a com-
life. The child is recognized as as the corollary of a shared throughout the world. The confusion and tension
sis.Good of men everywhere are inter- effort all who remain
the offspring of its parents, not moral code. surrounding the so-called "race
menNot mingled with our own. But, as
the creature of the state.
a nation, the United States Early example question" are typical. AMERICAN, next page
Hence the universal recognition less important as a bond
Economic socialThe faces certain problems of its The first step in meeting any
that the parents possess of union has been the right of
racial problem is to treat all
own that are ours to solve.
recognition of the rightof JACKSONVILLECHARCCM.
the first right and are charged private property. Fortunately,
for Americans men and women
While of these problems many as persons,
conscience has been basic to many
with the fundamental duty of the power to dispose of the.
spiritual motivation has given without reference to
} have social, political and patterns
civil traditions. Citizens
for the and fruits of one's labor has been
to the of material of difference. But
way pursuit forgetfulnessof
w economic at
O have found in this a bond of aspects they are
education of the child. This wisely by con.
things. Security in the com- God (which is the defect of
the human and therefore *
union and the favor of the law the core AW0STEER t
of of
traditional law cept stewardship
right our care- moral. They are suggested in forts of living is too often our secularism), and preoccupationwith
fully respects and this duty countless cases. No personal wealth. When our Protestant several disconcerting major, even our controlling, the physical (which is : f fCUAft
right has been so fiercely defended fellow citizens, if only because ques-
courts ROOM
our tions: concern. Our God-given resources the effect of materialism), prevent -
by public authority andso of their
proportionately greater
Are we coming to regard have preserved us this first step. They causeus
Family tiesThe court.generously construed in numbers, were so largely God and religion as irrelevantto from poverty that degen- to lose the view of man as
charged with setting the moral
erates; our spiritual resources God sees him.
? place of the family in The tradition of our nation tcne, their best respesentatives everyday life?
our society is suggested by the corresponds with the words of revealed an enlightened Chris- Have our relative richnessand must preserve us from the Thus, we grow insensitive to =OA1. 'AC1l.ZaSTEAKS
wealth that .
overtones of our national holiday Pope John XXIII, "Every human tian sense of stewardshipwhich our passion for technological decays.As His image in every man, yet
that image is the ultimate Foot .f heaver St. Viaduct
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system. today that we are in dan- the soul's profit. But our

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St. THOMPSONand problem surfeited with ,
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I American Bishops: : WINTER PARK

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(Continued from pale 3) "In the Providence of God," hardly more than that which a ., ;. -

the Bishops continued, "thereare disciplined military and vigi- t
faithful to the nation's original J. Heidrich
among us millions of fellow lant police could provide. In I. Herman
Inspiration. citizens of the Negro race. an age of aggressive ideologies, ;1 .. & Sons

We owe to these fellow citizens not less perilous to the commonweal j- .. : Gr wrr. and !Shipper!
The PreambleOur : g a \ I ; .A'.'
not only political equality, than invading armiesor I 1 J ..:-.y:. .- ,Of francy Fruit an,1 YrreUMeiDAMiCC "
national goals were set but also fair economic and marauding pirate, the national '. I 1 \. : 4. BRAND PRODUCTS

b forth succinctly in the Pre- educational opportunities, a defense is increasinglya *S 4,'
: just share in public welfare matter of intellectual educa- ,- r.4.
_. amble to the Constitution. The
projects, good housing without tion and spiritual formation.We WALTER MEXGES
1 authors wrote that we, the
and full chancefor
exploitation, a
Clothier To MenThe
face a deadly menace to
people of the United States, the social advancement of In Men's Wear
the truths by which we are Finest
ordained and established our their race."When .
made and kept free. To meet 206 X. ORANGE AVE.Across : .

constitutional government, "in given their rights in this danger, and conquer it, is From St. James

order to form a more perfect fact as in law, they will prize a work that should be done in 'r

'. union, establish justice, in- with us our national heritageand cooperation among all educational -

., not lend ear to agitators religious and soundly jj4'
sure domestic tranquility, pro-
ulio-e real objective Is not to patriotic agencies. it Children'sClothes
vide for the common defense,
improve but to destroy our !
promote the general welfare, way of living." Promotion of the general e Line
welfare has impetus to
and secure the blessings of : '
The sense of mutuality so institutions and programs in Finest in ClothingFor

*".liberty to ourselves and our keenly felt by the Founding which Church, State and private I' Girls & Boys

? posterity." Fathers must not be dimin- philanthropy have vied :%O%% Edl'ewatf'r Dr. U.\ <-'nil<

,., A more perfect union is the ished by tensions between with one another in wholesome \

::::never-ending objective of the rivalry to serve the human ,
early comers and later immigrants Jewelers
t Gray's
.-good society. At this moment person in every need. Differ-
; between groups of different -
that aspiration is impeded by religious or nationality ences of opinion are expressed : CLOCK REPAIRALL
among us as to ways and MAKES
the sad civil
,* over backgrounds; between manage-
meet the objectives
rights and by the lingering ment and labor; between political means e 2003 Edgewater- GA 2-2974

disposition of some to assignto parties and even betweenthe bound up with our "general "I' ,i4. Next to Publix
welfare," but on the nature of 4.
others a status amounting partisans of contrasting

,: to "second class" citizenship. political philosophies within it there is substantial agreement '- r :: :

f Sometimes this is for reason the same parties. We welcomeand I Houseof
At the moment, the general t -
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religion, real.son wish to encourage the Beef
increased at-
calls for
welfare -
of race, but always to the trend, which we deem provi- tention to the complex problem Holy Father enters his, cathedral churchAs
reat hurt of the common good dential toward emphasis on

rand the progress of the repub- the things which unite in presented by juvenile delinquency Bishop of Rome, Pope Paul church on November 10. In the archbisilica of St. John Latcran.
and break.
r3IclV mutual love and action. family VI took possession of his cathedral procession he was carried into the
down. A community-wide cooperative Al
: This goal a more perfect .

.Union-ean yet rally the moral Upgrade public program, consistentwith tells OPEN 33OOW.C..W.IDV.EVERY Ac..s F_0.._
family rights and authentic Pope
: ,Energies of the nation to comreplete taste democratic principles, must Polish Cardinal warns against DAY STEAK. .
the "unfinished busi-
produce opportunities for the of ON A SKEWER!
.:ness" of the Emancipation Pro- Strongly operative among us presentrole

;',cjamation by full recognition is the aspiration to establish more secure absorption of the state controlling PriestsVATICAN "Continental Cut"

:"of: all their rights for millions justice. The courts must maintain young into our organized Industrial of laityVATICAN Broiled Over

?:;pf our fellow citizens of the vigilance against proce. and commercial struc- CITY (NC) ; interests of society are often The Open Hearth!
ture. In such a program, the i CITY (NC)-Pope
;:Negro race. dures which offend this car The primate of communist- i; sacrificed to development ofI $1.50Large $1.90
government should be able to Paul, stating again that the
dinal virtue of the decent so: Poland has warned I the authority of the state. (Guaranteed U.S. Choice)
gSishops'statement take for granted the full cooperation ruled present is "more than ever the
ciety. He continued: "In view of INCLUDES IAKD OR HASH BROWN
of industry and organized here against those who want hour of the laity," received a OTATOK.,VIC.CRISESAUO., CHOIa
But the people must be the democratic of
vigilant progress so- Of DRESSINGS' &GnuC IREAD!
H labor, as well as all to make Priests the chap- group representing the con-
too, lest the courtshowever ciety and the development of DISPLAYED"Now.
4 religious, educational and lains of ference of international Cath- "STEAKS
a political party or
S Twenty years ago, the Cath- unconsciously and with the world of labor, in view of
youth agencies.Education. olic organizations.He .
olic Bishops of this nation whatever lofty intent, annul servants of the state. the awareness of each regarding -
said the extension of the
oted in their statement of the original determination: that is bondTo Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski | his rights within the economic lay apostolate on an interna- th1'Olighspaceage

:1JH3: "It would be inconsistentto ours be a government of laws, spoke in St. Peter's basilica organism, and in view tional basis fostered Pius
by technology
promote a world reconstruc- not of men. secure the blessings of at the final ceremonyof of the social leveling that

tion in which all nations, great Our courts must see that the liberty to ourselves and our celebrations the comes from the development of XII and concretely represented -
by the international Cath- organvalue
and small, powerful and weak, law of the land is so inter- posterity, we depend on edu- science, the people do not ask
fourth of the
olic is
centenary organizations, "very
would enjoy their rights in perted as to be free from undue cation more than on any other the Priest -to occupy himself
Council of Trent. He spokein much in harmony with the
the family of nations, unless influence of particular single force. Hence the special with economic matters, but
.. national life schools of thought. It has best solicitude for general education the presence of Pope Paul evolution of society's institu-
'in our own we ... I want the modern Priest to be beyond wildest
recognize an equality of opportunity served the American tradition in our national tradition, VI on the role of seminaries, .ki able to understand the people, tions and its rhythms. your
He said the task of the laity
for all our citizens when the law reflects a community another bond of union among which were instituted by the recognize their rights and dreams!
t. "is to help the Church in her
,and are willing to extend to ConMensus or common the American people.A Council of Trent. their desire to be respected and
work, to make for the >hort-
,. vthem the full benefits of our understanding of what is bestto non-partisan "Report on Before speaking he had senta He continued: free, and to have the Priestsat up discover I
of the
age clergy, to
democratic institutions. achieve the common ends Coals for Americans (1)) recently protest to the Polish govern "It seldom happens that the their side." modern paths along whichChrist's ,

of justice. commented on the relationship ment against its recent orderto state, acknowledging the social Cardinal Wyszynski also told can beiprf"ad.
of our draft seminarians into the and transcendental value of the ecumenical council Fathers ."
ORLANDOWINTER War of ideasTo hopes to the other aspirationsof the Church the /!
army. religion, gives diplomats and 6000 seminarians "Their part seemed to Us
PARKFAIRVIEW insure domestic tranquility Americans, Before leaving Poland, Cardinal security and the freedom to of various nationalities the
conclusions. so important, Pope continued -
: requires not merely the some thoughtful education the Wyszynski had been out- utilize her methods of action. present in St. Peter's that "that in this historic

order of justice but a cohesive Writing on commission spoken in criticizing the Polish From this derives a struggle the Polish Bishops were firstto moment when the Church,
I -' said education
"Ultimately, -
t spirit made organic by the life- : government for its activities between transient political programs put the Council of Trent's gathered in council, is some-

i giving virtues of equity and serves all justice of our and pur all against the Church. and the Church's eternal decree on seminaries into prac how examining her conscienceand

In addition to sound poses-liberty, The Cardinal warned that vision." tice.
charity. is wide
'l t 'Cleaners & Laundry our other aims but the one carrying on a examination -
laws and just courts, we need there are "those who would of her apostolic THE 6221ELECTRONIC
Featuring it serves most directly is Unpleasant experiences hateRiven The Bishop Warniia erected -
the vital influence of a free like to make Priests the chap.
forces We .
Fabric Care of opportunity. Christian in ; thought some ORGANBY
Dependable equality a healthy religions a >cniinary 1505 and the
pulpit, and a highminded press lains of a party or of a certain of
4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando "We promise such equality, instinct" against the I JiMiop of AVlocIaue.sk in 1569; qualified representatives '
and theatre all capable of political orientation. Others the could and should be !eIt
and education is the instru- dependence of Priests on the I he said. laity t'Yot r:
J elevating public taste and disposed want to make Priests the servants associated with this great
ment by which we hope to state, he said.
,:: "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" to do ::0in: a word, make good the of state policy. On the training of Priests, reconsideration of life and be ImaineI' An electronic organ you
can play as either a chord or spinet
drawing all the agencies of a The are afraid of Cardinal \Vyszynski said "men admitted sit in the council."
COLLEGE PARK That is why must people any to organ at the flick of a switch .
free society to clothe with the we renew Seminarian \ Caesaropapism, of any totalitarian who have to teach the truths He said he had heard "with with two 37-nct.keyboards and 13.
our efforts to remove the barriers note pedal clavier exquisite
l FLORISTFLOWERS living flesh and blood of to education that still VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope nationalization of con of Faith must first know them. pleasure" the world's reactionto walnut cabinetry .plus thrilling

morality the otherwise stark science," he added. "It Those who have to his decision reverberation .
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Build the order desired by God Bishops'clothing drive : r:

scheduled for next week
1T7E are being told that the twentieth century that we are ,

Church Is,going to open I asked to be. ,
its sanctuary gates to permit I "The future," the late Pop s In the Diocese of St Augustine, the 15th annual Bishop's
the John said, "is ours." Thanksgiving Clothing Collection will be held from November
layman to take
a greater So is the present. If we make 25 to November 30. The nearest Catholic Churchor

I part in Catholic ceremonies, Denis B. of the present all that we can, .r rectory will accept donations of used clothing and ar-

and to share more in the workof ; we will never have any doubt L t range for its shipment over- I
McCarthy O.P. .. '
) k and the destitute in 67 countries -
the Priest. If reports are 1 that peace on earth will come 'kpy. seas.

correct the Council will spell 1In God's good time. During the month of Novem- All its relief supplies -

out exactly what this means. ,1 ber, this clothing drive will be food, clothing, medicine are
...... .. .. ,! Our duty is to "build within distributed to the needy as I
-- N -- --- '---- conducted in more than
In the eyes of the Church, pare ourselves for ourselves the order desired by 16,500 gifts from the American people I
greater service Catholic Churches across the I
the layman of today dors not and more exalted service, God. nation. solely on the basis of need. I
differ from the laymen of yes in the Church By means of this annual
which a'humble We belong to an army that "t w The purpose of the Thanks-
terday. band called Apostles labored to has fought the good' fight for L wNIt I giving Clothing Collection Is to clothing collection, all Americans I

There are many Catholic bring through its infancy.We centuries. In this day of' dan ___ obtain serviceable used cloth are offered the opportunity
their with
gentlemen, graduates of colleges cannot look to the Holy ger, we must Inspire our ing, shoes, bedding, and blankets sharing bounty

and universities. There Father, magnificent in his, dedication selves' and those- around us s.V s. for the poor and needy in their less fortunate neighbors
always were, although today to God's will, alone to with the old and new ideals. __ the underdeveloped and impoverished overseas and thus of putting
fortunately there are more of ,keep the tide running in favorof We must never forget that 7 areas of the world. into practice the true spirit of

them; but their training in engineering good and against evil In our humble offering, insignificant Distribution of the clothing is Thanksgiving.

medicine, law or every form. in itself, can be trans- made by Catholic Relief Ser
business has not necessarilybeen We cannot hope that our formed by God into an anchorof Teachers study map display vices, the overseas aid agencyof Andre Girard

a natural stepping-stone neighbor will do what has to safety for ourselves and Guests of St. James School in Or- lando. They were at the teachers' ins American Catholics. NEWBL'RGH (NC) The

to a position nearer the side of be done. those whom we aid. lando last week were nearby neighbors, stitute sponsored by the diocesan De- Now the largest private voluntary artist, Andre Girard'of France, l

the Priest on. the, altar. The We cannot comfort ourselves Fortified with the same Sister M. Elaine S.C.C., of St. Margaret partment of Education for Central relief organization in will be the guest speaker' at

hearts of men, not their minds, with the excuse that our small heavenly support that made Mary School in Winter Park, Mrs. Wil- Florida. George F., Cram Company the United States, Catholic Relief the convention of the Catholic

are what the Church must contribution will not be the seemingly impossible task liam F. Heil (left) and Mrs. tarry M. provided the map and globe exhibits. Services maintains pro- Fine Arts Society at Mount St.
build on', and for this reason, missed, or,that sometime lateron of the first Apostles a success, McInerny of St. Charles School, Or- grams of relief and assistance Mary College here, November
we do not need to wait for a we may find a more congenial and under the inspiring leader. for the hungry, the homeless 29 through December 1. t
formal declaration from Rometo ship of that holy man in Rome '' ... _M' ;=.: -..,., .. r
atmosphere in which to """ "
know how best we can pre- begin to be the apostles of the called Pope Paul the Sixth, we --. : 41 : : "
must resolve, to set our feet, I F New books-I o A M.. 1.0 4'c ..
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SISTER. Our Blessed Mother; .
and Our God.Something '
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A like this was In I
and early grade
a use.
our minds when we chose as
the slogan to appear on our
1964 pocket pledge calender endar of Saints. (Newman. v i
card, "The TRUE Holy Name i$10.50)). Portraits accompaniedby d !I
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man is the REAL Lay brief biographical sketches.

Apostle." DALY, MARCO. The Saint

This represents no great discovery who Asked Why. (Dujarie.
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represent putting simple facts the Great for middle grades. 9'j; i4f

together.The DANIELOU, MADELEINE. f 9.iI
qt How to Pray. (Newman. $2.50)). .
1 strongest teaching and Prayers based on Gospel texts.

the most effective Is that, GONZALES, FRANCISCO J., :
which is furnished by example. He Reigns from the Cross. (St. ; Tt r. H

Bad example has ruined Paul Editions, cloth, $2; paper, .
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Try this kitchen I treatTry Good example points with sion.KNOX
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way a man should live, to the treat for Lay People. (Paulist I
these soon, perhaps for parsleyed potatoes, leafy spin- virtues a man should seek to Press. 95 cents paper). Reprint ..#
supper with a fried ham slice, ach and dessert apple cobbler. I
of the 1955 Sheed & Ward edi-
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ORLANDO mons, cautions, warnings fall JOHN W., The
One ox pkr. (S cups) corn muffin 0 Convent to face lake in Orlando
WINTER PARK "i; kinds can be effective in a Deed of God.: (Sheed and Ward. i

1/. teaspoon nutmeg limited way, but the power of_ $2.95)). Presentation in verse A convent for Sisters of St. men hope to conclude their work lake, is the same location as the
1 egg good example is almost beyond form of the life of Christ by Joseph is rising on the shores of around the first week in December. diocesan Eucharistic dongress held I

J/3 'up.mllk calculation.The the author of "A Woman Little Lake Fairview. The work- This new construction, facing the in Orlando a few years ago.
1/4 teaspoon lemon extract "
Wrapped in Silence.
true Holy Name man
H cup grated raw carrot ,
must give that example, not M w. Offer T. A SeUet CH..t.l. J
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Member i ) Fill greased muffin cups half preaching a lesson to others.A k 5',. -. Poet Offlee Box 8T
St. Charles full. Bake in preheated oven f'"Y .' AFAf' Laurel, Head East Saratota Co.Laurel .
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Holy Name men must always
Furniture m Central Florida. those whose 0 r din g to Monsignor
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8 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Nov. 22, 1963 ,. _: > '/ L "I 1 Eastern Rifeinfluence

t : Sum and substance .

; Global role DroDosed for Curia J s increased


:' Is inevitable these our beloved and venerable bro { 5 S. VATICAN CITY (KG)-Tope

" AS days, inside or outside thers in the episcopate." Just I d S. Paul VI has further broadenedthe

the Council, a ''talk with an what form the new governing < ,' 1 influence of Eastern Rite
body will take nobody knows. ; Y SS S
Anglican layman ultimately
55 .1 hierarchies within the sacred
; gravitated to the question of Father Cardinal Bea recently said the

i the Roman Curia. form should be determined by congregation for the Oriental

;i He recalled then a sentencehe John B. the Pope himself. Vi. Church by naming 16 consult-
he had read many years ago in Sllecrinneeds Hw ors to the body.
One of the most interesting
'I a history book. It was a sentence discusions on this proposed Among the new consultors to "

he had never forgotten governing board of Bishops the Roman Curia body are

. because it contained what he < t from the United States: Arch-
was the talk delivered by Patriarch J
considered a tremendous truth.It Maximos of Antioch in ....iI: c:& : bishop Ambrose Senyshyn I

stated that the Roman Em- an administration that the Council on November 6. ;4 x ., OJS.B.M. of the Ukranian Rite

. pire fell not mainly because pf keeps its fingers on the pulseof Archdiocese of Philadelphiaand

immorality but because Rome the Catholics in Patagoniaand This sturdy octogenarian as 3c Bishop Nicholas T. Elkoof

was vainly striving'to controla Peru, Saigon and Seattle.In (who persists in speaking in the Ruthenian Rite Dioceseof

a world empire with the machinery short, the government of French rather than Latin) be- Pittsburgh.The .

of a city-state. the Church must have a global gan by saying that the Roman

This is, I think, the truth perspective Curia does not represent the .; Pope's action brings

about the Roman Curia in a answer to the administrative about representation by all

f tmt ht Paid in Scpttmbrr needs tai' tine Cfcwch: 1oo 1. It s ':astern 'R 1 t e
a' ;ed the 'Curia to reform il- ': gPope which united with the Holy
critics who blast the Curia for is a body that reflects "a cer- ,<.... are f
Its unethical machinations and elf but it is nlnious that he tain particularism" and is an I See.

it Is true that the Roman bureaus meant that it should adjust itself obstacle to ecumenism. '<..,. fNS55
> Among the new consultorsof
: ," '
the reforms that would '
f: sometimes use the methods According to the official i v<,:',f.' : the Oriental congregationare

of bureaucracy.But be Council.demanded by the Bishopsin council press release, the Patriarch ." '. adherents to the Melkite,

I the main objectionagainst asserted: "The very fact Malankarese, Chaldean. Syrian

According to a new form of that the Roman Cardinals are Maronite Greek Armenian s
J' the Curia, a? echoed greets Protestant observers at council ,
r and reechoed in the Council, is Church government. recom- assigned to particular titular Italo-Albanian, Coptic Russian

its antiquated framework. It mended by the Bishops, the churches in Rome (he who was head referring Observer delegates and guests audience with Pope Paul VI. The University of Basel and Paris, Pro-, Byelorussian and Ruman- !

, designed to administer and Curia, as Cardinal Alfrink said to Cardinals San Rite. One Latin Rite prelate
l' govern the Church centuries on November 6 would become congregations in the Curia) at the second session of the Second Holy Father is shaking hands with fessor Oscar Cullman.: was also appointed-

J :. ago. "the executive branch of the shows that they belong more ,Vatican Council are pictured at an a Protestant theologian from theI Archbishop Benedictos Printe-

I legislative power of the episcopate to Rome than to the entire- sis of Athens.In I

i Rome was the center of the and would be directly at world." addition to serving as ,

civilized world and that world the service of the Bishops." He suggested that the senateor Home in U. S. overseer of Eastern Rite dioceses j

It I didn't extend very far away The Cardinal was referring to commission (or whatever it I NEW YORK (NC) The and Religious throughout .

from Rome. Even the great a projected senate of Bishops may be called) should'be com the world, the Oriental con-
world of the Near East was remote a' Catholic Committee for Refugees
who would govern the Churchas posed of Patriarchs and Cardinals gregation also has jurisdiction

to the medieval Romans. a body-with the Pope of who actually run dioceses tt' .. National Catholic Welfare -over the Latin Rite Church in

But now the Catholic Church course, as the head of this sen : Conference placed 321, Greece the Near East
Z Egypt
"This body, as the Patriarchs 4L uLI w
reaches out to the ends of the
These Bishops would
children Cram foreign countries and Ethit Aa.S
i1 in the 9'tltaate
earlk There TI& bh&pa rrlrlt lsrt 3
xn ffosiifc but zooid representthe
dY with U. S. couples during
The Congregation for the
from Africa at the Council of needs of the Church in "would be supreme even over
Curia with the last word past year.Church Oriental Church is traditionally -
there the ,
Trent: at this Council their sections of the world.
hundreds. 'always resting with the Sov- made up of the Pope as Prefect -
are The Pone needs such a senate
and number of Cardinal
THIS worlu-wiau; cnurcn pi'pijrn rum i ii DPi-aute; oi nil bombed a
or commission to help him and
primatial jurisdiction." -now 26.'Cardinal.
he has already in his opening MANAGUA (NC-A boml)

address\ to the Council welcomed In mentioning only Cardinal 9QY recently exploded inside tht
J :
"a more effective' and and Patriarchs I don't think main door of the Managua ca ill I

responsible collaboration with the Melchite leader meant to thedral during a Sunday noor l VATICAN" CITY (NC)-Stefan

exclude the possibility of ordi-- 9 Mass, breaking windows bu:t Cardinal. Wyszynski primate

Grads to district nary Bishops as members of causing no casualties. Monsignor of Poland} has been forced .

the senate. Felix:: Atuiitta, who wa
WASHINGTON, B.C. (NC- What the Patriarch said was preaching at the time, succeeded menical council hall for several

A M. IDFRN rWSAt .HQMf The International Federationof simply a slightly more picturesque in calming the congregationand 1 days due to kidney ail

th.AJ A. Demo.frank M.l! ,(1 Catholic Alumnae will hold expression of the mindof the Mass proceeded.The ment. Doctors advised Cardinal ;

its golden jubilee convention the majority of the Council catechism incident was blamed or Wyszynski to take bed rest for
,1 649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862.6503 here next 18 to 23 Mrs. Teaching
August .
Fathers. The Church sorely Castroite elements in Nicaragua a few days to clear up the
ST. PETERSBURG John F. Hennessy of New needs of
a new system govern- trouble.
York, IFCA president has said. ment at Rome and what wouldbe This one's just a little different children every Sunday morning.. The

more appropriate than a from the usual parish catechism class college girl attends Marymount in Boca .

college or senate of Bishops selected for children who don't attend Catholic Raton. Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Aug- AtlZ9lon memAMBUlANC\lona ehapet, Jnc. I '
from all over the world.
\ Such a governing body could school: here, Phyllis Salvatore of St. ustine are in charge of the catechist : E SERVICE i
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: FUNERAL DIRECTOR meet the needs of the worldwide Augustine teaches a group of migrants' work with migrants. CLEARIVATER-LARD 0 AND GULP BEACHESPh.

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1721 Gull.T o-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055

Sunday J Mass Schedule in the Dioceseive.


847.3131 '(Clip and 's This schedule contains the latest information from the parishes.)

KISSIMMEE"OLDEST St. Bernard I, 10 Holy Name 8, 9:30. 11 St. :Mary 11 St Anthony 1::0. ':30
High School Auditorium 8 Transfiguration, 9:30IIV St. Mary Magdalen All Souls 6:15. 8:30. 10. 11:30 I
Operating Under Same Xame and Management BAKERS VILLX 7. S:30. 10. 11 Naval Air Station 10:30, 12 3 3i
BARTOW Philip Neil 10:20 St. :Mary 7, 9, 10 Incarnation 6:30. I, 9:30. 11 ;
St. Thomas 8:30. 10:20 HIGH SPRINGS MAYFORTSt Queen of Martyrs PHONE 877-7524
BAT PINES: St. Madeleine Sophie Barat 8 : John ':30 7:30,9,10:15,11:30
VA Center 6:15, 8:45 Jerome 8, 10 of Lourdes 8. 9, 10; 11 6:15;, 8, 9, 10. 11:15. 12:15 A. P. BOZA
St. Theresa 9 Mission 9 St Margaret SEMINOLE AREA; 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE. ,
17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLE BRADENTONSt. INVERNESS ,1st, 3rd. 5th Sundays 11 Blessed Sacrament
EL 3.3966 Continuous'Service Since 1856 Joseph 6, 8, 10, 11, 12 Lady of Fatima 7:30. 11:15 f 2nd, 4th Sundays: 7 1. 9:15.: 10:15, 11:30 TAMPA 7, FLORIDA
12th Av. Chapel 7, 9 NEW PORT RICH FT SIESTA KEY
BRANDON JACKSONVILLE Queen of Peace 1:30. 9, 10:15 St. :Michael .t, 10:30
Nativity S, 9:15, 10:30 Assumption 7,8:30.10,11.12 :NEW SIYRS.UF..U'U 1 STARKK
RROOKSVILLESt. Blessed Trinity 7, 9. 11 Sacred Heart 6 30. 8. 9:30, 11' St. Edward 9:30
HEATH FUNERAL CHAPELAir Anthony 7. 10 Christ the King OCALA. sr. PETERSBURG Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc.
BU SELL 7. 8:30. 10. 11:15. 1::30 Blessed Trinity 7, 9:30. 11:30 Blessed Trinity 8. 9:30. 11
Conditioned Chapel Parking Lot St Stephen 10:30 Crucifixion 9:30 ORANGE PARKSt. Holy Family 8. 9:30. 11
Holy Rotary 6, S, 9:30. 11:30
FOSTER L HEATH. Funeral Director BUSIN ELL Mary 9 Immaculate Conception 9
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9 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Nov. 22, 1963 :

Sermon : : .

praises Priesthood .. 'irrlII.I..
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(Continued from Pate One) Christ unless first he is a min an i agreed with the things he did ity conveyed by his whole man- of,his parish was that he wanted

thing limited only to all that the word implies. or the he did it but '
Magdalenor way ,you ner, which prompted many a ;to spend: the last weeks' of
the thief on the Cross? Judas failed as a Priest because always knew how he stood and young Priest to confide in him.He his life in the scene of his

If Christianity Is only the first he failed as a man.' that he acted from conviction. was a man's man a Priest's: Priestly labors even, though it. r : / r

memory of -someone who lived He was a moral weakling. Pet:, Father CJoonan had his Priest, and one of, God's own. meant leaving his native land;. rr

d 1900 years ago, then It Is not er, despite his visible and hu, faults and failings like eve rY- Such Priest and such a man rr

worth preserving. If Christ Is man failings, was a success as orfe human but he also had as He was competitiveAnother was Father Cloonan, a worthy .. .\ '.

not living in the 20th century, a Priest because he was a suc, a fundamental trait of his char insight into his character successor' of the great missionary ry :. M ,

then what did He mean when cess as a man. acter a love of truth. was reflected, in ;his attitude riests 'of our Dioceses .

He said, "As the Father hath There are 'many here beforeme The greatest danger to the toward his sickness. This To- his sister, Mrs. McKenna, ,.

sent me, so I also, send you." who are much better qualified formation and development of disease was. something that he and 'his 'three nephews here "

And, "Behold I am with you all to talk about Father Cloonan character is the lie, in any form carried within him foiion g*V,:present, as'well as to his sisters I tt 'A'l
days, even to the end of the or, Not the direct and relatives in Ireland,we extend -
as a man. Many knew him shape: open time. :Many another;man would
world." in his school days and shared lie but that special derivativeof have given up in the early our; deepest sympathy. l f G

How is the life of Christ con- with him for 34 years the burdens the lie which is all the more stages of the game ; benefaction

tinued In the Priesthood? In and the heat of the day.I dangerous because its very essence But"Father Cloonan. was a,. ...Irish : u ,

other words, does a man just have known him for a,rela is that we ourselves are great competitor. He: ,stillhad, 'Having known the man "weknowwhata --4L:1 p

decide for himself that he tively short time but duringthe deceived by it, and yet there, the will to win. He ,was'\too ,loss it must be to .1
wants to be a Priest or is hea are enough men who have 'F
} nine years of our acquaintance much of a man to gjve\ In.*to you.
mere delegate or chosen representative I 'came to appreciate the built up their whole life upona self pity.. The only .time ;:he
of the community? lie, so that their life itself The Church in Florida- Is.
character of Father Cloonan- stopped was :when he could;jio'
has at last became lie life greatly indebted, to the Cloonan
virile in manner and speech a a longer pJ:1ysicalIy.go'Qn: But in
Choice is Christ'sFor and in his general,relationshipwith lie. all of it there was resignationto 'family in:: giving: us this;;+ i+ .. .
Priest moulded according to I I- v
the answer to that ques society.We Our civilization today is the. Will of God.. ...& o
of Jesus
the and
heart mind .
tion we go back to Christ. He all know the reproachthat threatened by a deficient love He was deeply interested m Christ. ......
said to his apostles: "You have is so often made against of truth, by the spread of hypocrisy his parish and its people'This ..
not chosen me, I have chosen Christianity In general and the which is not only tol-beautiful' parish complex: gires Father Cloonan died last Fri : awr 4 h y "
erated/but positively demandedby mute' not .of his the effect of'his minIs-
you. religious lif e in particular, thatit testimony :only day but aiy,5 .K < A.

Is the refuge of the weak society itself. ability as a leader and organizer try will last for time and eter- _. ., _.._ .,. ... .
And that Is the has -' -"---'--'- ------ w _. .._..._.,'O<-._=..'__....... '.,......_____
way it who thus escape into another It's astounding that this but of his desire to provide nity. The brick and mortar ,
always. been. Ordination is not fundamental truth which erected tumble A sch'ool for precious little ones "
world from the hard facts of gov- the necessities' for the that he may
a civil, but a sacramental rite. this one. erns the formation of character flock entrusted to him.The Into dust but the supernatural
It Is of divine, not human Insti These youngsters may not now Trinity School in Ocala. Pictured i \
should not be recognized by life' which he dispensed as a
If anyone gave the lie to this realize how is after school last week with their teacHin
tntion. much
The to them
grace comes from it the world as a basic principlewhenever parish church, school, Priest will continue to exist in given -
above, not beI w. charge Father,Cloonan.was a true man like an explanation or convent and rectory, as well as the souls of those to whom he a Catholic education. But it er, Sister Audrey O.S.B., are first.*
That Is why we find St. Paul No one would dare think, analysis of human character is Bishop Kenny High School, ministered. You who are sitting is for their sake that their parents graders Mary Sawaya and Lisa'helped .

writing to Titus: "For this much less say, that such a man attempted. felt his hand in their planningand here today and received the the Church build Blessed Shashy, center.

cause I left you in Crete, that was escaping Into another contribu- construction.. .,Sacraments from his anointed
you would ordain other men Cloonan's For you, the Priests who,,hands, you bear 1 testimony to Sports comment Decency urged
tion to society as a'man restedon '' of God. .. '
this man '
priests as I also ordained world.Cherished
you. this fundamental,.point. Because served with him: and you, the
truth SAX JUAN (NC) An'
The power of ordination has -
of this he true to his people of Assumption Parish
was Rest in
peace football loses office for moral evaluation
came down In an unbroken line College
there 'remains the of
For me what made him out- responsibilities as a Priest. memory
since the time of the Apostles.The motion pictures and television "
,the years of his service. He' Many a soul in heaven or
standing as a man was that ha -
ordaining prelate, who bestowed At clergy conferences and its salvation to programs has been establishedhere
was truthful with himself. It entered into :your lives, 'be .purgatory owes spectators to pro games
hands upon Father was a truthfulness that came meetings he did not always came part of them.Testimony him., And these souls, "we be- by the Puerto Rican archdiocese .-*'
James Cloonan that June with the 'formulation of ,
on agree lieve, are joining their prayers
from the core of his heart and In Chicago on the
morning of 1929 can trace his policies and he did not hesitateto of workTime with ours this morning that OUT A pastoral letter called upon
forced his
from day people queuedup
lineage back to apostolic times way appear- make his mind known. But God will grant to Father James Joe pastors to instruct parents to.;:
ance to reality. .. such a man's his at dawn to buy remnants of be careful about the movies
just as we can trace the line- once a decision was reached, will 'not remove ) Cloonan the Crown of Justice, Williams
actions will be
age of Popes from Paul VI backto consistent and even though he may have beenin memory from you. It cannot. which the Lord, theJust: Judge, leftover tickets to last Sunday's and TV programs their children .
and his
Peter. logical. personality will disagreement with it, Tie This Is not due just to his'per- shall render to',every man according -Bears-Packers' pro game, stu. gives see. The letter reminder
make itself
felt without any ef- sonality as a man but"especially ,,the faithful of an obligation-io
and obedient. For
was loyal .
to hisorks. dents sit-in
pulled a strike
; fort on his part, without his experts'viewpoint
Manly qualitiesAnd refrain from attending nrtrclesevaluated
him the voice,of authority was to his' office as a Priest. Eternal, rest grant unto him,
having to resort to empty talk, against an Insignificant ClassD as objectionable. the
it is the voice of God. 0 Lord 4 and let perpetual light
that Christ
so to The life of Priest on
imposing constraint upon a goes college game at Stagg Field. letter also called on civic authorities
walked among men for 34: himself or assuming a disguise. Like Peter the apostle, ,he in the souls of those to whom. shine upon him. : and theater owners.nf .
years, ministerially present in l was as solid,as,a,rock' Just,to. he has ministered. : May he .rest' in .peace. And What's the point? None, real :
There was nothing of "show"about play. But it has been 16 years see that unobjectionable entertainment
the Priesthood of Father Cloon look at him gave one the feeling J.may the souls of the'faithful ly. Except to note that in termsof is offered. ',
Father Cloonan. of confidence. I suppose ,Perhaps the greatest Indictttion departed,through 'the mercy of since he won the championship 'I" '

an.As a brother Priest I feel His power of making.himself that it was this sense of secure of his love for the people God rest in peace. Amen. years public back Interest, would the have situation been, and at 67 time is runningout. It's deductible I ">:<':

qualified to talk about Father felt depended on his essential _..,_... -_. --- ..
n;: ;" >: completely reversed. The college SOUTH ORAXGE (NCrw) "
Cloonan, the Priest. But we, unity, as expressed in all he "- ;> : like Connie Mack, in his

must also talk about Father said and did, in what he left team would have been the sere and yellow days with the Small business operators who
attended a workshop at Seton
Cloonan: the man. unsaid and omitted to do. ':,. big draw, the pros ignored. old Athletics, Halas desperatelywants
Hall University here were cer'

No Priest can be Another You may not always haveBrooksvilles ;': ,yi4; .. ..:,. College football didn't die in to "win one more." tain of one thing their expenses ,
t .Y..5..;!!:;: :. Chicago. It was assassinated.Slow But, unlike Mack, he isn't were tax deductible. In

F' ,,, :<. .: strangulation would be exploiting sentiment. For: box promotion of the project) the |

: Daytona Beach more accurate. For the Uni office purposes his team is an University obtained a ruling .

V versity of Chiacgo's athletic department authentic contender, and his fi from the Internal Revenue j

school ,plans .' : was so severely restrIcted nancial status is such he can Service that all expenses, in- .J

Seaside Shell Service that each new season afford to luxuriate in the ro- eluding cost of a luncheojkj
near completion became more humiliating than mantic. were deductible. w

FUEL OIL BROOKSVILLE Working ,a .a the preceding one against Big The Bears' single loss, aston -. t

1 Milt No. .( St. Brendani plans for a new school in St. 1 Ten competition.The ishingly, was inflicted by the Daytona Beach ;

1900 Ocean Shore Bird. Anthony parish are now being :; 4 'b current university presi. 49ers, their first victory in six i

r OR 7-8610 Ormond Beach i completed, Father Edward dent appears to be more inte- starts. The Bears were out- !
:: t.Oji rested in the students' rights rushed 71.192 and shaded in
Martineau O.S.B. parish ;
t t,.. #,.' 7Nj "SAM SMALL'S"Auto
Priest, has announced. The than spectacular gestures. His total offense, 313-324. Just as
Furniture Books <.... Paint & Body ..
Greeting Cards target date for completion of reaction to this latest manifest they had beaten the Packers on ,..
I -
the school has been set for :,. ation of the heritage was firm interceptions, they beat them- Expert Body and Fender ,
LLOYD COX September of 1964. > ti and prompt. Such students who selves by the same misadven- Work I

Office 'Supplies Father Edward said that !f: 'tj ? ; IjI _,' } objected to other students play- tures. :
will bid football could withdraw ANY CAR PAINTED .
contractors the Ing
on x :
CL 2-3473 school construction job within "I tJ lu t I 9 from the university, but fast. I oat.AS of LOW AS
'I 118 North Beach Street I
the next two months. Eventually, the pros would 2-1524 Daytona enamel $4995. i

The school will be built on L ; U have taken the play away from WOOD'S (no waxing Choice) of Color -
15 acres of land inside the the collegians anyway, but .
Italian and American Food Free E tlm.tfi 24 hr, tawlnr, ;
city limits and will house class- F .' .., 4 ; there can be no gainsaying that Fuel Oil Co. Inc. '714 'dl'ewood A.e rt. Grant
rooms and administration of. an earlier regime's flamboyanttaboo Day CL 3-2272 Mfht CL 2-5011
'til P.M.
Open 5 P.M. I II I t
fices as well as a provisional '."', made it sooner rather

Banquet Facilities church.He _. ___..00..... ____ 1 .( ,.., _.____ .._ than later.It .
Floyd J. Tredway'sDayfona
Closed Mondays said that there is a great Proposed school for Brooksville is also possible that no :'

need for teaching Sisters to game ever played at Stagg Moving & Storage Co. .. .

SAN REMORESTAURANT staff the school's eight grades.He Field, even when the Maroonswere Agents ALLIED VAN LINES: INC. :
.x ft Mv.r
said that he had sent out a Big Ten power, ever DAYTOXA DELAXD.
letters to several communities M.x yw ;tit K n ww. created as much interest as the 110 So. Campbell-CL 3-1636 560 So. Blvd.-RE 4,5387 :
J290 .I
of Sisters and had already received Bears-Packers rematch.

CL 2-1357 some replies, all nega 3 b M The two vintage rivals were

tive. He is stil hopeful. tied for the western division ....... .. r = BOYETTEAwning i.
The school building and the : lead, each with an 8-1 log. Thus t/ & Venetian Blind Co. :

N v N v.. convent, ,vhIch'Is already completed Sunday's victory will qualifythe .. .: 5 yr. Bonded Guarantee .

, will be the first In "monsters of the midway"for TWI. fH TVENET NS. CL 2-6034 ;

Brooksvllle. the playoff with the East's :;:: .t.:= >:"!.L:": "1 112 Madison! Avenue ;
; .
z 9 best. For owner-coach George
,x d.. '.Wvr c",,.. rv ev Halas, however, this was much ,,I
: i crucial
: more than just
BEAUTY SALON .*r. ; game. For him this is Jason- Cunningham Oil Co.- ; :

N N ,IV Creative Hair Styling ;tf :. and-the-Golden Fleece stuff, -

V V V Permanent, Silver Blending updated, and Chicago's beating .
2t; ",.", real CL 3-7622 DAYTONA BEACH
and Tinting : Green Bay, 26-7, was a

thrill. ..
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FLORIDA IS FU It 8*. Atlantic. Ormoad Beach + ;9 r'1+ S's Once Halas, a founding member .
p. .
SEE MOM Opp. Coquina Hotel ( practically dominated the LETMILT .

.: NFL. Still remembered is his FOX ..
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'34 Beattie Feathers-Bronco .
"FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS-SINCE 1881" y; 1.%.. .' Nagurskl steamroller that was Automotive Hecjrical Expert ...

K :,: unbeaten in 13 of league Tale Care Of Your I
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Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons : : "R.nr 6. Car Troubles ..

Titusville club 10 old .
Registered Jewelers years Welcome Travelers I BRAKES RELINED ...

CL: 2-2552 American Gem Society '122 N. Beach St. At the 10th anniversary celebration from left, Mrs. R. S. Conley, past presi. Furniture OX AUTOMATICTRANSMISSIONS ..;

of Titusvflle's Catholic Woman's Club, dent; Miss Giselle Plourde, first presiofficers Porch and Patio Specialties REPAIRED '-4- 1

converse with Mother M. dent; and Mrs. James D. Brown, pres. Rattan Wrought Iron Member St. Pouts ..

QUICK-WASH Ignatius, principal of St. Teresa School ent president. Aluminum Phone-CL 3-6605 .

.. 5 Minute Automatic Car Wash in Titusville. The other women are,. Highway' I ,- Ormond Beach f
1829 No. Nova Rd. $
.. -HoIfy.H .
.. Wash only $1.50..4 Washes $5.00 I .I t

Professional Waxing & Polishing RAND PRINTING .
Blocks from the Ocean at 530 Broadway
2 i
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Cushions-Dolls etc. DAYTONA
American Brand Heating Coachman! Printing Co. Discount PricesSHOWROOMS :
LENSES DUPLICATED Poly Foam Foam Rubber Oils with Sta-Clean 9. 5I.U.ry, Ow.er

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TO The Florida Catholic, Friday STov. 22, 1963

Pastor of f Assumption dies ,', r"1' ''>il }L )! 'j' :>JJ.tI.! .h ,' "
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(Continued from Fare One) out from his principal occUpation ecarjH : his great contributions to the days of their crowded ministra

parishes in Florida's great which was being a pastorof Church in Florida, to Catholicsin tion to recall their own first '

Gateway City. souls-and garnered fresh his adopted America.It priestly work and to promise : ,

He went to Assumption on laurels that redounded to the< to pray for the beloved friend J
November 15 1947. He,died in has always been remarked ,
glory of this Diocese when, he< } they were burying. "
the clergy that Monsignor 4 & tis
St. Vincent's Hospital on the among t
t left his Palm Beach parish to He was laid to rest'beside
16th anniversary of that day >w' r.., Cloonan's parishionerswere
serve as a chaplain in the< friends, among them Father
after illness of several especially devoted to him J
an United States Army. he
Michael Nixon, who
months. -and he, to them. t ,
died a good many years ago -V
In south FloridaLifelong This is evidenced in his final .
When he was hospitalized in wish to return to his parish, now, asked that he could -be i'L

I June in Dublin, Ireland, the ties of esteem be- ? xs r M when death loomed for him. buried in the. same cemeterythat Jrt

precarious state of his health tween Monsignor Cloonan and He cast his last mantle of would hold the body' of k

became a source of sorrow for Monsignor William Barry P.A., kindness in a very kind life Monsignor Cloonan in death.' ,

all his friends. of St. Patrick Church in :
pastor across these cherished people Priests mourn ,

The monuments of Miami Beach, began when the< with whom he had worked.
latter's brother, the late Bishop That his priestly friends
stone and steel that he erected
Patrick the Last were moved to great mourning
bear eloquent testimony to Barry new ,".',,, journey
in Florida evidenced by the numbersof
Irish missionary to was
Monsignor Cloonan. But the In- Monsignor Nolan had been '
be Monsignor Barry's assistant them who went to the funeral -
numerable souls to whom he '
with Monsignor Cloonan in
pastor. From the days when u,. In Jacksonville. Practically -
administered, the children he Ireland during the ,last illness.
the oils of ordination were all of the parish Priests of J
baptized, the couples he unitedIn The dying Priest remained
fresh upon the palms of his WR px the Diocese of St. Augustinewere
matrimony-these are the calm and cheerful, as was his .
strong hands, until his dying there. They took part in
really lasting credentials that wont. As he accepted his Impending .
day, Monsignor Cloonan was the Office for the Dead on 9:30:
bear witness to his priestly life death with resignation,
beloved by the pastor and people a,m. in Assumption Church and-
done in imitation of Christ, of St. Patrick's.The he contemplated fervently his they prayed with the officersof On last St. Patrick's ,Day .
the High Priest. return to Jacksonville.
Father Larkin made this the solemn, funeral: In :Miami Beach on St. Patrick's an, Catholic University's rector MonDay -
same loyalty from the Accompanying him on the
poignantly clear in the funeral people. followed Father Cloonan trip home was one of the Monsignor Xolan, the celebrant 1963, at the invitation of :Monsig- signor William J. :McDonald, and Mon-

oration when he showed how wherever he went. nephews, Austin. Mr. Cloonanwas ; Father William Corry of nor William Barry P.A., right, were, signor Patrick E. Nolan V.F. of Jack-

the life of a Priest lives on in getting ready to return to Ocala deacon; Father PatrickM. from left, :Monsignor James B. Cloon- sonville.

the souls of those to whom he One of the men at the funeral Ireland when death took Mon- Madden of Tallahassee, sub-

has ministered.For Wednesday, for example, signor Cloonan at St. Vincent deacon. Cardinal says: DietitianSister

Monsignor Cloonan, that was the nurse to late Fred Msgr. Cloonan in
Hospital Jacksonville.
Helen Marie S.S J. administrative
A Priests' choir under
Snite the famed "Iron sang
life began as a Priest of the Monsignor Nolan was also at
whose pluck won the na 1955: -Monsignor Cloonan had the direction of Father MichaelV. dietitian at Miami's -
Diocese of St. Augustine.It Cloonan's
Monsignor bedside Poland finds it difficultto
is only fitting that a recital -tion. The nurse recalled the spent over a quarter of a century when he died last Friday. In Gannon. Mercy Hospital
fact that after Father Cloonanleft as one of our diocesan 'I 1954, was named president of
Father Gannon
be made of the story of the-hospital room too were Fa. Joining n
this spiritual pillar of strengthto St. Patrick's, Fred Snite Priests. ther Patrick Quinn of the Assumption leading the Office of the Dead get along with Reds the Florida Dietetic Association

the Church in this part of used to go frequently in his During his Investiture In parish, and the hos- were Father Corry and Father during its annual meeting In

God's vineyard. trailer from his Miami Beach Monsignor's robes at Assump- pital's Father Vincent Craw- Keith Symons. (Continued from Face Oae) "Gra'titude is not a senti Jacksonville.

home to Homestead to attend tion, it was brought out by ford C.M. and Sister de Chantal, Father Matthew ,Connollywas and lectures of Stefan Cardinal ment to be cultivated in the Sister Helen Marie studied

Ireland's giftHe Sunday Mass and receive Holy' Archbishop Hurley that Monsignor superior. master of ceremonies at Wyszynski, Polish' Primate. gardens of communism, and food and nutrition at Font-

Communion from Father Cloonan Cloonan was one of his the funeral. the man who only a few year: bonne College, St. Louis, and

was born, October 7, 1903 whom he admired so much. most intimate counselors in An Irish missionary of the The article said Polish offi- ago was exalted and honoredas interned at St. Mary Hospital,
in Ireland and this The choir
came to was accompaniedby
Last week in Miami, two of the task of rooting the Churchof great tradition Father Cloonan cials forcibly closed the schoolof an enlightened patriot is Rochester, Minnesota. She Is a
country five days before he observed Sister Maria Teresa O.P.
his 26th birthday anni- the laymen who helped Father God in Florida.Diocesan came here because he wantedto from Assumption parish. music founded by the Sale.Sian now made to appear at home member of the American Diet-

Cloonan build the addition to bring the Bread of Life, Fathers at Przemysl and and abroad as a 'retrograde'.'* etic Association.
His Pat- leader
parents were
versary. Marion
Chaplains to Abbot
rick and Mary Carroll Cloonan the rectory and the hall recalled which Is God, to people.He Bowman O.SB. were Father that the closing brought about

how interested he in Monsignor Cloonan was on "serious reactions of the
who lived at St. Brendan's par- had been, as Father Larkin Edward J. Mulligan and Father peaplea"
the formation of the the building commission, as Advent
ish, Birr, Offaly, Ireland.All said in his sermon, an Thomas McDermott.
of his studies were made while he was pastor of Sacred noted; and a diocesan consultor Other Christ to the people in The article noted that despite -

in Ireland: the elementary Heart Church in Homesteadfrom from April 24, 1954 on. their joys and in their sorrows. Monsignor John P. McXulty: the church-state agree-

grades, at the National Schoolin 1935 to 1939.God's Extra-parish activity also In. And his parishioners had followed V.G., headed the Priests of the ment of 1950 which "providedthat Penitential finds

BUT for eight years. Two eluded the hours he devoted to him in great works. Diocese of St. Augustine in seminarians were to be exempt season

years of secondary work at ambassador, arranging spiritual retreats and Some Priests who mourned mourning Monsignor Cloonan. from military service,"

Presentation Brothers School him were unable themselves to the government has called up families around wreaths
There was the presence of other facets of his work as the Also present were:
and a at St. Flannan's come to the funeral The dele many seminarians from semi-
year God wherever he went-as pas- director of the St. Augustine Monsignor William MullallyP.A.

College preceded his seminary tor of St. Francis Xavier, Fort Deanery Council of the Dio gation of friends from the ., V.F., Father :Irvine Nu, naries in Poznan, Gniezno, first Sunday of Advent will occur on December 1.

work at St. John's College in Myers, and of St. Edward's,, cesan Council of Catholic Wo- Miami diocese was headed by gent, Monsignor Charles L. Przemysl, Warsaw and Tar- THE Catholic custom for the penitential season before

Waterford.He Palm Beach, between 1939 and men. Monsignor Barry.Miami Elslander V.F., Monsignor JohnJ. now and that it appears whole the feast of the Nativity of Christ is the Advent wreath.To .
classes have been called to
1941; as a chaplain in the Mullins V.F.Monsignor the of Christmas a candle is lightedin
was ordained a Priest of A close collaborator In every friendsAlso duty. It said: signify approach ,
the Diocese of St. Augustine in Army for six years. work of God with all the James J. Meehan, the wreath for the first week, two candles for the

the Cathedral at Waterford on He could take blueprints,and Priests, and especially with at the funeral from Monsignor Patrick J. Donohoe, "Not only was this pledge (of second week three for the third and four for the fourth
in hand and in 1950)) disregarded, but the goy
June 16, 199, by Bishop Berg specifications Monsignor Nolan, Monsignor South Florida were: Monsignor Patrick J. Trainor. to week in Advent. '
nard Hackett.His a brief time analyze the pro- Monsignor Patrick J. O'Don- Monsignor Charles A. Bartok, ernment refuses to grant candle is left burning duringthe
Cloonan was a source con-
The home for the
benefits to
posed building of a structure solation to the members of the oghue V.G., Monsignor RobertW. Monsignor John F. Scully, Mon- seminarians granted ceremony evening meal.
contemporaries remem- from the ground up. signor Harold F. Jordan, Mon. other students who are exempted Advent wreath can became a
DCCW, who came to take for Schiefen V.G., Monsignor (In the coming weeks, the
service and
ber that Father Cloonan was John P. Burns. from military family devotion held at the
Jeremiah P. signor additional Advent wreath
O'Mahoney Mon-
This skill served the Diocese granted, almost, his intense in- military pray-
only to undergo
known in Gaelic circles as an well for he was a member of terest in the objectives of their signor James F. Enright Monsignor The final absolutions in St. required training and to spend a principal meal each day until ers will be published in advance
athlete. In his student -
Augustine carried with them
the diocesan building roinmis Catholic Action efforts. Past Peter Reilly; Monsignor service Christmas.On of the proper week.-
he excelled in all month in military annually -
days, Thomas that the noble soul of
track field and sloe from November 2, 1951: presidents of the Council, re- O'Donovan, Monsignor prayers ." the first Sunday of Advent Ed.)
sports until his death. both in this Diocese and William F. McKeever, Father Monsignor Cloonan would rest One mother of a family made
starred on the All-Irish hurling siding in the earned In regard to Cardinal Wy- the family gathers for
to the south, have sent personal Patrick D. O'Brien, Father peace so richly her Advent wreath this way:
team.When One of his contemporaries in messages of loss to authorities Francis Dixon, Father FrancisJ. during more than 30 years of szynski's works; it said it has the blessing of the wreath by From a circular piece of sty-
he became an "athleteof the Priesthood recalls that devotion to in Florida.On been learned they were sent as
at the death of Monsignor Dunleavy and Father Joseph duty the, father, who prays: rofoam, eight and a half inchesIn
God" in Florida, he carried Monsignor Cloonan carried his 0'Shea. a personal gift to the Cardinal:
: : diameter cut out the center.
Cloonan.In is in the of ,
the ocean from Ireland in honor of the approaching Our help name
across of ,competition into his
sense Father Burke
O.P. former
the confidence that he en- Around the edges, place hollyor
the spirit of the keen contender life f millennium of Poland's Christianity the Lord Who made heaven
Army : gendered in his fellow Priests, chaplain at Barry Collegein evergreen boughs. Twelve-
that he had shown as an Monsignor Cloonan had told Monsignor Cloonan was without Miami, and now superior of by the World Allianceof and earth. Let us! pray: 0 inch tapered candles are placedin

athlete in college. him that he and a Father John in Dover Massachusetts Catholic Women's Organiza- all
peer. His rectory was a priory God, by Whose word the wreath. Three aw tied

Pastor of soulsHe Kenny had led their class in a known for hospitality, priestly was visiting in Miami t Y tions. things are sanctified, pour with purple bows and one witha
specialty of the Army while when word came that Monsignor Printed in Paris, the paper
and bow to the
fraternity, most important forth thy blessings upon this pink represent
was to retain that joyous they were attending the chap, of all, solid, spiritual ad- Cloonan had died, and he v said they arrived by train in wreath, and grant that we color of the Mass: vestments
competitive spirit, throughouthis lains' training program at Harvard joined the other Priests at the Warsaw In the last week of used on the Sundays In Advent.
who it our
Priesthood, in anything University, Cambridge,, vice.He funeral. September and were confiscated may prepare
was also a strong and re- hearts for the coming of The candle may be white ot"

,'that he was doingparochialwork Massachusetts. liable father to the Sisters. Prior to the funeral this past by the Polish governmenton Christ and may receive from purple or pink, according to
the ground that "they en-
laying out recreational Back of all this was his es- Thee abundant graces, the wish of the homemaker.The .
Wednesday Priests in
The Army many t the and inter-
facilities for the school years danger
sential firmness. He was very both Dioceses had offered l through Christ Our Lord. ribbon is half an inch wide\
of the state.
of his parish, leaving the Monsignor Cloonan's army strong, both physically and in Masses Monsignor Cloonan., ests and about 22 inches of ribbonare
of his hand on contained All members of the
imprint career carried him from 19.11on character. The 60,000 copies family used for a wreath. The cen

-the High School in St. Pat- to bases in Rhode Island; Despite a heavy schedule and The people were especially three volumes of sermons conclude the brief prayer with ter of the wreath's hole Is

rick parish, Miami Beach; Georgia, Texas, and to the Pacific ., the responsibility of a large invited, in Miami, to Masses offered which the Cardinal had the response: Amen. about three and a half inches

-the expansion of parish area from 1944 to 1946. He parish, Monsignor Cloonan always in Homestead, Palm i preached publicly in Poland in Using holy water, the father In diameter.

properties in Homestead and liked especially the Hawaiian. found time to attend func- Beach and at St Patrick preparation for the millen.. then sprinkles the wreath withit Another method Is ,to use a

Fort Myers, his first pastorates; Islands.He tions to which he was invited church, Miami Beach, all places nium. Prior to printing, the and lets the youngest child metal ring or one made of wira.It .

and even in a short time, at gave himself to his work: in neighboring parishes all which Monsignor Cloonan had t sermons were never questionedby light the first candle. Then the has been said that the

St. Edward's, Palm Beach; In his usual wholehearted man, through the year He would go served and is well remember-: the censor's office nor was father says this prayer, for the round form of the wreath represents

-his large share in raising ner-taking care of the spirit, to the Forty Hours Devotion, ed.His the Cardinal ever called to first week: the time from Adam to

Jacksonville's great institutionof ual welfare of the American l for example, of the smallest burial-in San Lorenzo I answer before the law for their Let us pray: Stir up Thy Christ during which the world

secondary education, Bishop boys during their moments oi f: church at a great distance; he Cemetery-was a moment of contents. might, we' beseech Thee, 0 waited for the Redeemer; and

Kenny High School; and assist- great anxiety, in the tension ol f: would be a spectator when consecration itself, when the The volumes were sent to Lord and come t o that we the time from the Ascension
ance in the construction of St.Mary's brother Priests paused in the,
broken at bud until Christ
war. ground was a Jeziorno near Warsaw to be may escape through Thy pro- comes in glory at
Home in Arlington; When he came back home, ding,parish. All these things he ground to pulp, "L'OsservatoreR tection and be sated by'ThY the end of time.

-his forceful leadership in retired with the rank of major, was able to fit into his day., All Souls mano" reported help from the dangers that Green leaves, it is said, sign

the growth of Assumption par- Father Cloonan was assignee l fy the hope of the
ish as he built first a school The promotion of Catholic I I Pope Paul VI gives a "All of this," the paper said, threaten us because of our coming of
Jacksonville.At Christ
to Mass GuideSUNDAY ; violet or purple ribbona
sins. Who litest and ,
and then church and rectory.He education whether in his own: blessing as he arrives for "gives food for thought. Firstly reignest
penance; lighted candles the
took time out from his the time that he was mada
work in Florida-but time domestic prelate, May 17, olio High School, was one oi f
no 25th Sunday after Pentecost. on All Souls day. Wy szynskL During the first week one who sit in darkness.

I (Mass of Sunday, Gloria ax z
..r.t Creed, Preface of Trinity.)

MONDAY, November 25 .j

St.Catherine.. (Mass of a r }

Virgin-Martyr, Gloria, Common x' J RhtwAL

Preface.) w
.t TUESDAY, November 26

St; Sylvester. (Mass of a

J Y Holy Abbot, Gloria, 2nd
Prayer of St. Peter, Common

kJ ,1 Jt K Preface.) A

x WEDNESDAY November 27 :

{ (Mass of preceding Sunday,

Common Preface.)

A' Y" THURSDAY, November 28 .f

(Mass of preceding" Sunday,
Lt E w 4 ,
j M + 'v.N Common Preface.)
W :
FRIDAY, November 29 _
frar (Mass of preceding Sunday, ;,

a 2nd Prayer of St. Saturninus -

Common Preface; or St.
Saturninus, Martyr, Co m-

mon Preface.) rd"'

SATURDAY November 30

St. Andrew.. (Mass of preceding -

. Church of Assumption. Jacksonville Sunday, Gloria, Creed, At Department! of Education institute in TampaMore
Preface of the Apostles.)
Children attend Mass in the Churchof :Monsignor Cloonan, was filled to capacity : 't: SUNDAY, December "1 than 300 teachers and met at Christ the King School tional education week. Luncheon

the Assumption in this picture a with.mourners this week at'the": ;-:- 1st'Sunday of Advent (Massof principals attended last Friday's where the Tampa pastor opened was served, above, in then cafetor-

few years ago from Jacksonville. The Solemn Requiem Mass',and funeral. :j;;<;, \ Sunday, Preface of. ._; workshops for instructors the the sessions with a welcome ado ium.

,', church, built under the direction of. t+. -, .. r- 1iaf-. Trinity.!, -, ir. ;Diocese of St. Augustine. They dress. Meetings coincided with na- .
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