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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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50 no. a year[ former -]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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Bishops of the United the Second Vatican Coun President's death mankind's losspressing ) The statement deemer.was signedby "

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cil. grant our prayers
States described President the Catholic Bishops of

all his fellow citizens and the United States.
said his
John F. Kennedy as "ever They death was our heartfelt con "Endowed with extraordinary "His vision of duty was not umph of peace with justice
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friends for the repose of his (NCWC News
t the "shocking" news, and that it dolences on the tragic deathof talents and a great limited to his country, even and freedom for all.
good steward, and ex measure of this world's though he had given almostto
"deprives mankind of a com the President to Mrs. Ken
pressed the hope that "his goods, he was ever the, good the last full measure of devotion -
nedy and to their children,
passionate champion of peace to his devoted parents and steward, never for tting in its defense. He We are stunned and sorely Kennedy, and that our nation
death
in the service of his and that these gifts were: entrusted was no less mindful of the
brotherhood.
all the members of the fame stricken the of the be preserved and strength
Ideals" by God to his care place of his country in the at tragic news may
may "rally this His shocking death de-
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gen.eratlon
The text of the Bishops' prives mankind of a com for the benefit of his neigh family of nations. assassination of our beloved ened in this hour of sorrow. Our

to the triumph of statement follows: passionate champion of "No person was a strangerto the bereaved
peace bor."He President. Our Diocese bows at hearts go out to
peace and justice and freedom "In this and brotherhood, his country described his own life his concern, and his deep-
for all." hour of common of a courageous executive when he uttered his famous est concern was for the less his bier in fervent prayer that Kennedy family. May divine com-

sorrow for our nation, we his family of a loyal appeal, 'Ask not what your fortunate among God's chil reward this fort sustain them in this heavy
The Bishops spoke in a join with all our fellow citizens God generously
husband and father, his parents country can do for you-ask dren. May his death in the may

; Joint statement, Issued in and persons of goodwill of a dutiful and devoted what you can do for your service for his ideals rally valiant servant, John Fitzgerald trial. Archbishop Hurley

Rome where they are taking throughout the world in ex- son.r" country.: this generation to the tri
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VOL. XXV, No. 5 Orlando, Florida, Friday, November 29, 1963 10? the presidency, was
offered while the nation and

the world mourned. ne, ,J tr
Hundreds of dignitaries of

Council reformof church and state filled St.
adopts .
Matthew's cathedral here to ,.

pray for and honor the 46-

year-old Chief Executive

who was slain by an assas
Church's worshipBy sin's bullet in Dallas. ,

And throughout the country

Americans joined in prayer for .t tif

Msgr. James I. Tucek of approval of the decrees ear have to wait simply for Pope Mr. Kennedy in response to 's ___
lier voted in the work Paul's of the I : '
VATICAN CITY (NC) on daily promulgation President Lyndon B. Johnson'sproclamation 1

The 73rd General Congregation ing sessions of the Council. document-slated for Friday, of a "national day F C
This will be solemn November and would ,
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of the Second Vatican a public of mourning. '
session and will the voted then into effect
immediately
give
go bw
Council, November 22, will Mr. Johnson's proclamationsaid
decrees the force of law). '
be a day to record not onlyin Others, however, would haveto in part: ...
Announcement of the com :
the history of the council wait for the decision of the "I earnestly recommend the : t ;'-'< .t.
pletion of the schema was .
but in the history 0 f the with and national or regional confer people to assemble on that dayin t

Church. greeted warm from prolonged the ences of Bishops, and still their respective places of divine ... 1
applause
others would have to wait for worship, there to bow 9'n
In council
that
assembly, council Fathers. Eugene Car
the decision of the Pope. down in submission to the will :
precisely at 12:05 p.m., the dinal Tisserant, dean of the
Bishop Thomas K. Gormanof of Almighty God, and to pay t
document providing for sacred College of Cardinals and
Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, their homage of love and rev
sweeping reform of the pub- ranking prelate of the 13 council of
noted that, as regards the use erence to the memory a
lic of the presidents, expressed:; the
Churchwas
worship
of the vernacular in the Mass great and good man.
given complete approvalby thanks of the council to the and Sacrament, there wouldbe "I invite the people of the

the council Fathers with Commission on Sacred Liturgyfor no need in many cases to world who share our grief to

only 19 dissenting votes out its work; mentioning par wait for a new translation of join us in this day of mourn
ticularly the president of the "
of a total of 2,178.votes cast. the various parts of the liturgy.He ing and dedication.
commission, Arcadio Cardinal
One vote was null. said several English Richard Cardinal Cushing of
Larraona, and his predecessor,
(At the opening of the November translations could be put to Boston, a longtime friend of
25 session of the ecu Gaetano Cardinal Cicognani, use! at least for the time being. President Kennedy and his

menical council, Archbishop who. died in February,..1962.,. ." He told reporters that a program family, offered the Pontifical' ,
Pericle! Fetid -announced De- Father Frederick R.fc-' of liturgical renewal in Requiem Mass on Monday. *
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tvrxte**--t for -the date of the vMann, former' rr'sj the 'United States would be an- Twenty-seven chiefs of-state- :. '

-promulgation of all decrees North American, TLftufglcal nounced as soon as the constitution or heads of government were rj ffk

that have up to this time been Conference' later said at a'meeting is promulgated.The among the too persons at the ,
voted on. On? that day Pope of the American Bishops'press American Bishops are :Mass. Other delegate broughtthe Yinrj ',
Paul VI will be in the Basilicaof panel that some of the ,scheduled to meet in the Springto number of countries represented /
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Present in the sanctuary during President John F. KennedyIncline I

..iu the simple service in which
the Church commends the soul Thy ear, 0 Lord, to our gion of peace and light the soul of and command him to be numbered

; z' s of the deceased to God was prayers, with which we humbly en- Thy servant which Thou hast sum- with Thy saints. Amen. (From the I

Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzi, treat Thy mercy; bring to the re- moned to go forth from this world, Roman missal),

Apostolic Delegate in the United ... ". ". ". ".". .".". ". ..
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r' States, who representedPope
Paul VI as ambassador for Let us pray
__ Pope grieves family
extraordinary.At Prayer for civil authorityfrom
the conclusion of the Missal
( the Roman ):
fliw-: _
Mass, Washington's Auxiliary Almighty, eternal God, In

Bishop Philip M. Hannan for PresidentVATICAN whose hand are all authorityand
mounted the cathedral's pulpit prays new the rights of all people:

and observed that the most ap- look with favor upon those

propriate commemoration of who are In authority overus
1 the heartbreaking event wouldbe CITY (NC) We remember that We had the the comfort of those who that throughout the

to review the sources of the Pope Paul VI expressed his honor of his visit and that We mourn his death and so that, world sound religion and national .
not hatred, but love shall reignin
ij late President's ideals as he had grief at the "tragic and sad noted in him great wisdom security may find a
expressed them in his public President Ken- humanity. firm and foundation
news" of and high purpose for the goodof lasting

7 remarks. nedy's assassination in a humanity. We shall offer The Pope's message to President under Thy protecting right

Bishop Hannan said: formal statement and in sep- Holy Mass tomorrow (Nov. 23) Johnson said: hand.
"At this time of sorrow, of
r e ., o his widow his soul for POPE SENDS, Page 9
of
burden, he would have us remember arate messages to for the peace .," " " ,v

II President places a wreath on the casket the passages from his parents, his brother, and
Josua and Isaia he had used President Lyndon B. John-
President Lyndon B. Johnson bows Kennedy was fatally shot by an assas- in accepting the presidential

his head in prayer at the bier of Presi- sin on November 22 and President nomination: son.The Pontiff again spoke of

dent John F. Kennedy after placing a Johnson took the oath of office that "'Be strong and of good his sorrow when he received F

wreath at the casket in the rotunda of day as his successor. courage. Be not afraid, neither delegates attending a Rome

the United States capitol. Presidentauxiliaries RITES, Page 9 meeting of the United Nations

.,__ -__"3 3y .' food and agriculture _

Four named organization.Pope _
Paul said in his state-
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ment:
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"We have been greatly stricken _
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U.S. Sees
of the killing of the Presidentof

; ,. the United States, John
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WASHINGTON D.C. (XQ- 4 Fitzgerald Kennedy, and of the
It was announced at the apostolic serious wounding of Gov.

delegation here Wednesday A'a1t Lr (John) Connally (of Texas).
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morning that Pope Paul VI "We are deeply grieved by

has transferred an American this execrable crime, for the
k
Bishop and raised three Priestsin grief which has struck the
.
the United States tot h e t great and civilized country and

hierarchy. The appointmentsare for the suffering which Mrs. Ar ,r
: Kennedy, her children and her
relations suffer.
James SIcManus:
E.
Bishop
"We deplore this event with
CSS.R. of Ponce, Puerto Rico, '
; Our whole heart. We express
has been named titular Bishopof M'xt the hope that the death of this / /
Benda and auxiliary to Fran
great statesman will not bring
cis Cardinal Spellman, Arch 1 a damage to the American people "S 1- S
a'5' ;
bishop of New York. f but will strengthen its
r.
Consignor John J. Graham, rr moral and civil sense and sentiments -

pastor of Holy Angels Churchin ___n_. '" cord. of nobility and con Taking note of U. s. history .
has been
,
Philadelphia
named titular Bishop of Sa- On day after President Kennedy died We pray God that the sacrifice President Lyndon B. Johnson was ley who conducted him and the dis-

brata and auxiliary to Arch President John F. Kennedy was Father Daniel B. Logan, deacon; and of John Kennedy mar the Vice President when he visited St. tinguished United States Senators

bishop John J. Krol of Phila assassinated last Friday at midday.The Father Vincent J. Crawford C.M., sub- help the cause promoted and Augustine on March 11, 1963, thereto from Florida over the hallowed

delphia. next morning, Saturday, in St. deacon. The :Mass was offered for the defended by him of the liberty be told of the very beginning, in grounds of America's oldest mission;

Father Joseph T. Daley, vice- Paul Church, Jacksonville Catholics murdered President and prayers were of peoples and of peace in the America, of civil government and from left, Senator Spessard L. Holland -

rector of St. Charles Borromeo gathered to attend the Solemn Re. said for the new President, for Con- no."ld. Christian Faith at the historic missionin the Archbishop, President John-

Seminary been named in.titular Philadelphia Bishop, has of quiem Mass. The celebrant was Monsignor '%J. gress and for fellow citizens. "lie was the first Catholic St. Augustine. He is pictured on his son and Senator Smathers.

president of the United States. visit with Archbishop Joseph P. Hur-
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St; Paul Blessed SacramentThe Holy RedeemerThe I very warm '"thank you" to ..... ----

Discussion of the formationof 4-H club of Blessed Holy Name Society and 4 r- 1 the chairman and all

a Junior Holy Name Society Sacrament School held its first the parish Guild of Most Holy members of the convention Daniel .t.

t took place last week at the organizational meeting N o- Redeemer parish will sponsora V committee which made our recent : XaughtonHXS

r home of Arthur Xel&on. Two vember 14. Mr. Theodore Gallo dance November 30 at the annual convention of the '"

t eighth grade pupils, Richard of the county agent's office and Riverside Women's C I u b Diocesan Union of Holy Name t' -

Arcaneaux and Arthur Sunter, :Miss Burk of the 4-H head- Music for the dance to be held __ Societies in Jacksonville sucha : : ;: DiocesanPresident

participated. Men at the meet quarters assisted in the organization from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m., will be success. The inspiring remarks : :;:

ing Included Major Thomas of the club and in the provided by Danny High and IJ .
O'Connell William Sheehan election of officers. The follow his orchestra.K Father Denis B. McCarthy & .li,.,('

Joseph Arcaneaux and John ing officers were installed: ore r 'c' O.P.. at the opening 0 f 0 u r A

,; Marlowe, all members of the president, Robert Mock; vice The fourth annual CharityBall .- ; .k ;) I II general session were indeed a J of favorable comment not only

youth committee of St. Paul's president, Debbie Bell; secre- of the Arlington Council ',-7t 4.' thrill to all the delegates.The J from Catholics, but from our

Holy Name Society.St. tary, Richard Mock; reporter Knights of Columbus _will beheld .- S non-Catholic friends, in great

Pamela Much. Friday, November 29 in P" attendance at the Holy }numbers.The .

Joseph The boys under the leader- the exhibition hall of,the Jack. 1 Name Communion Mas on president of the West

Members of the Guild will ship ofIr.. Michael Moyna sonville civic auditorium. I Saturday 0 r n i n g at the |Coast deanery, John J. Savage

give a dessert card party in have chosen as their projects Music will be by the Jonny Church of the Immaculate can well be proud of the West

the parish hall at 2025 Lake- entomology and electricity.The Jelinek orchestra. t WJWi:1 Conception ";ts most edifying. |Coast deanery rally which took-

view Avenue South at 1 p.m. girls, under the leadership Tickets are available from all This particularly was so In place on Sunday, November

on December 14. The donation of Mrs. William Yates have Arlington Council Knights or view of the fact that it was 17, with St. Jude Church of

will be a dollar.Chairmen chosen sewing as their project. at the door. Tables may be reserved New member. Clearwater clubOne necessary for a large number \SL Petersburg as the host par
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Mrs. Ethel for the Taylor event, Miss included Port Orange Sacred by Heart calling 7217637. of 45 new members, Mrs. Jack en's Club in Clearwater extend greet- of our members to travel long ]ish.

B ern a de t te O'Meara, Mrs. EpiphanyThe Tierney, receives her corsage from ings, from left, :Mrs. Marjory Jacobson distances.The Monsignor James J. Meehan
A day of recollection will be
Catherine Wilbert and Mrs. Mrs. Francis Winans, president, while Mrs. Elton Donner and Mrs. Eucharistic Congress pastor of St. Jade, celebratedthe
Christmas gift shop held on December 7 for the
; Gertrude Cronin. other members of the St. Cecelia Worn. Harold McGuire. which commenced at 11:00: Holy Name Mass.It .
sponsored by the Epiphany women of the parish including o'clock on Sunday morning

CDA Catholic Women's club in Port high school students. Father following the conclusion of the was a great joy for mt

The Catholic Daughters of Orange opens, December 5, for Dennis F. O'Regan of Immaculate Orlando HNS convention was the most 1 to be present and to witness

America Court St. Ann No. three days, from 9 a.m. to 5 Conception parish will be Catholic Charities Members of this parish outstanding religious ceremony |the large procession along 59th

p.m. On sale will be handmade moderator. The day will begin, to take in the Street and 5th Avenue and into
1643, will present a two act Thomas Aglio, executive,.sec' ever place Cityof
gifts candy, cookies, cakes and with Mass at 9 a.m. and will feel safe Jacksonville. 'the Church where well in excess -
play on Sunday, December 1 at retary of the Diocesan Catholic only at seaBy
jellies. include periods of prayer, sermons of 300 of our Holy Name
.
St. Joseph School, 2100 26th Charities Bureau, recently addressed The entire solemn Pontifical !
meditations and private Men received Holy Communionin
Avenue South. The donation is St Leo the Professional ,Com Newell Schindler Mass, which was celebrated by
conferences. Breakfast and a body.
50 cents; the public is cordially munity Service League. The NEW ORLEANS Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley
(NC-After
AbbeyThe luncheon will be available for 20 years on the docks, The large congregationwhich
'
invited. League is composed of individuals was explained in detail by Fa1
ninth annual family day $1, and reservations may be Redemptorist Father Thomas :McDonough now can handle 1 crowded into the big
who work in health, ther Michael V. Gannon, direc-
Sarasota at St. Leo has been scheduledfor made by calling Mrs. Alton German, French and Spanish conversations adequately.He 'church was rewarded by an excellent -
welfare and recreation pro- tor of the Mission of Nombre
December 1. A special Mass Tillis at SP 1-4942 orIrs.. manages to communicate also with Scandinavian and sermon delivered by
Incarnation grams in the area. de Dios in St. Augustine, as !
will be celebrated in the Abbey Frank Baltes at SP 1-2887. Greek sailors. When first assigned to watch over the Father Lawrence Cunningham.After .
Ave Maria Guild members Mr. Aglio shared the speak : the Mass was televised live in
Church at 11 a.m. The outdoor The monthly meeting of the spiritual needs of thousands of seamen into the Mass, St. Jude's
have a large committee plan ing engagement with Mrs. coming port the Jacksonville area. This
barbecue chicken dinner will Sacred Heart Guild was held each Father McDon Holy Name Society president,
ning a dessert card party for Ruth Lantz of the Children's year, television program was repeated -
be served from 12 noon until November 19 in the church Ralph A. Pelton and his staff
said the leaders
ough and
same question ship line officialswas the from
Thursday evening, December Home Society. He spoke on the ; following Sunday
2 p.m. The program Is sponsored hall. Father T. Leo Danaher (did an excellent job of provide
5, at 8 o'clock In the church value of adoption placement bya asked by seamen, union alikeVhat's your angle?"' Orlando and from Tampa.
the of Columbus for fine luncheon for
by Knights spoke on "Respect our ing a very
hall. Mrs. Daniel Forrestal is licensed agency with special Today_ Father McDonnueh's_ Father Gannon's beautiful
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San Antonio, Florida. Priests." Guest speaker for the -00-- the tremendous number 0 f
chairman.An reference to the specific needsof Ormond BeachSt. angle is well known. He is one: speaking voice and his clear
evening was Mrs. Julian Warren members and their families In
added feature will be a Lake unmarried mothers and the of three fulltime port chaplainsin : and concise explanations, together -
Mary who gave a talk and dem- BrendanThe attendance.In .
white elephant booth. infants given for adoption. the United States. To the i with the singing of the
Nativity onstration on shrine arrange Women's conjunction with the business
Club
will havea seamen, dock workers, ship and[ 5000 voices in the children's
The November meeting of ments. session of the rally JohnB.
general
Dunedin MaitlandSt. meeting on Monday, union officials he is a confessor choir lent great dignity to the
the Catholic Women's Club December Mattingly conducted a seminar -
Our Lady of Lourdes Jacksonville Beach Mary MagdalenSt. 2 at 8 p.m. in the adviser, counselor and I program which has been the
was held in the social hall of social hall. Several speakerswill firm on the training programto
Beginning December 1, the the church at 8 p.m. on November st. Paul Mary Magdalen's Fall describe Christmas friend. source of a tremendous amount provide effective leadership
Sunday Masses at Our Lady of Festival and dinner cus- When he visits a ship, the 60-
18. Miss Kathleen Reilly, executive spaghetti toms in other lands. year-old Priest introduces pointers for all Holy Name
Lourdes Church will be at 7, Members of the Club were secretary of the Jacksonville will take place as previously The Catholic Youth Group himself i Civics clubsTwo Men. Mr. Mattingly is a past
and chats a while. The
8:30: 10, and 11:30. asked to contribute used clothing office of Catholic Charitiesin announced next Saturday, No- will men president of the Central deanery
sponsor a dance on November know he is available if
and bedding to the Thanksgiving this Diocese, will address vember 30. 30 in the social hall they eighth grades and a and served in this capacityin
need help or just with
ST. PETERSBURG Clothing Collection. members of the St. Paul Catholic All committees will operate from 8 to 11 p.m. Our Lady of whom to talk. someone i seventh grade reported this the place of James J. Mc-
week the organization of civics
Mrs. John MacFarlane, president Woman's Guild on December according to announced sched Lourdes Catholic Youth Auliffe, first Vice-President of
Group Father McDonough, a nativeof i clubs in their schools and the
reminded the of the Diocesan Union.
women 4.Prior.
ules.All will also participate.St. St. Louis, also: brings to the
5 election of officers
:
the monthly bake sale to be to the meeting all will women of the parish are Denis Circle will This fine rally day was concluded
sponsora ships a supply of recent
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MUMFORD held on December 1 after all pray the rosary in the churchat asked to bake cakes for the buffet and card party Decem. and a he had magazines made Tampa's Sacred Heart Acad- with Benediction of the
map pupils of grade 8 elected :Most Blessed Sacrament in the
Masses. 730. The meeting will be cake walk.Fernandina. ber emy
Refrigeration Air Conditioning 4, 11:30 until 1:30 p.m. at some years showing locations
H.*t Pump 8 rrle* Mrs. Jerry Quilling spoke to held in the school cafetorium.All the Tropics Restaurant in Or of Catholic ago churches officers Wayne Brown, presi. beautiful St. Jude Church at

Good,2S.fth.Used St.Appliance South the group on Catholic Charitiesand women in the parish are Beach mond Beach. the Mississippi river front.along He's dent; John Sheppard, vice- 4 p.m.

Ph u foreign relief explainingthe ,invited to come and bring their st. MichaelSt. The women's day of recollection -found that some seamen still president; Thomas Clark, secretary -
Dr lf -*4ST Ktt StS-Slil various':plans''available: ';;friends:;' Michael will : ; Virginia Taylor, treas-
parish will be held have
spon Tuesday, these maps years later-
the club to give aid to the urer; and Mark Harper, ser- ST. PETERSBURG
sor a Christmas bazaar on December -December 10. Father Daniel crumpled though they be.
of the world. : Titusville geant-at-arms.
needy ..rT '&-, 4 f 7 from 530 until 10 Sloan I.C. will conduct the de- S ...
St. Teresa. p.m. A spaghetti dinner will %otions. There are devout seamen In the same sequence of of- "

FOR ADVERTISING St. Teresa parish will observe be served under the directionof just as there are devout landlubbers ficers were elected the following -

INFORMATION IN Forty Hours Adoration Mrs. Victor Beckham and DeBarySt. said Father McDon- pupils from the other Jackson's ShoesLadies'

ST. PETERSBURG December 8 through 10. Father Mrs. D. Scandaliato. The bazaar Ann ough. Many like to go to schools: & Men's

CALL Donald J. O'Hare of Wichita, will have various booths, At a meeting of the St. Ann church, but they don't like toget St. Anthony's grade 8 in San

347-5085 Kansas, brother of St. Teresa's games and a photographer to Guild held last week, Mrs. to far away from their Antonio, Susan Nikolai, Ann Clinic MillerCushioned

!'ac i Lccc cc SS5 'S $)E- pthn: lfl ne c l < ,.i. !)17IDlj2 TlQ Mz", cc, e.. \ 5; &S&53f La ifefcs fer: ?" t -W <<

the moderator. with Santa Claus. Herbert Vitt chairmen of the Joan Richter and Patrick
The sailor BeFfaires
feels secure aboard'
rummage sale, announced that Burns.
1 The Flower Dell the proceeds amounted to his ship or at sea, he noted. Grade 7 of Sacred Heart 64! Central Ave. 862-1355
"They feel at home in a
Young Tampa parish is $462.29. Mrs. John Strang and storm at sea," he observed, School, Pinellas Park, (naming
Florist & Gifts
Mrs. Michael Donlon will be "but are fearful of city traffic."! an extra secretary): Terry Ka-

I 1621 I Central St. Petersburg co-chairmen for the combined "A of poun, Michael Martin, Fred
named for growing part humanitylives
Phone: 862-4722 or 862.7961 Incarnation bake sale and breakfast to be on the water, Father Mc Hendrike, Jackie Dowd, Con-
ifliF' held in the parish hall follow- nie Lentz and Dominic Pal rTI7i .
'e TAMPA-Father Patrick A. O'Sullivan who Donough said.
V presidesover ing the 9:30 Mass of December ermo.
In the next :10 the U.s. '
the \Vest years
Httlsborough Mission this week
,
reported 8.
Each club is affiliated with rJe1ua53c
HEINZEN Afl. government plans to spend $2.3;
Blue Ribbon Financing that it has just been given parish status and the church A dessert card party Is the national organization
billion on oceanic research, he spon-
will help buy or build! V named for the Incarnation. planned for January 16. Mrs. related. sored by the Commission on
you your The provisional church was nedy was very well attended, Leon Lormel is chairman for I
new home at lowest cost. constructed about two years especially by the children of the event. "All this makes fishermen, American Citizenship at the St. Petersburg

Put him to work for you. SERVICE ago by Father Laurence E. the parish. He had noticed also researchers= merchant seamen Catholic University of America 4645 9th Street North
FREE I' I and lighthouse keepers a partof Washington, D.C.
PICKUP DELIVERY34th
&
increase in Communions
an on DialamovieNESS'
Higgins, who founded the mis
First Federal Savings St. & 18th AT*. So. a body of people sociologically
at the Masses
Phone St1-688 sion. Father O'Sullivan's Sunday giving
And Loan Association StH: GREEN STAMPS there was announced appointment --witness to the mourning of the ORLEANS (NO -A uprooted from the land" he '_ FREE-24.HOUR
Itb St. & 18th AT*. Se.Phene telephone information service said. t -
Of St. Petersburg in the middle of Au- people for the President. '
Itf-fln here on Legion of Decency "We on land become secure .(5 g!) Ambulance ServiceThis
A gust of this year.
movie classifications has received and isolated in our lives, and community service without
The former assistant at St.
Madeira Beach Bank Paul Church la Beach Brookvile! 195,000 phone calls over the social life of the man at c tt n'f i\m&\ e.f d 'i 73ohUgatlon'4Uer) : e FnUy Tratiiett
Daytona
St.: Anthony the past two years. Calls to the sea becomes narrow and iso Attendants Oxygen Equipped

MADEIRA BEACH Father O'Sullivan has arrangedfor Rosary services for President "dial-a-movie" service totaled lated. But there is a common PHONE 342-8821 I Ambulance Anywhere within

Member this new schedule of parish John F. Kennedy were held in 105,357 in the past 12 months. ground. It's the spiritual needsof City Limits.

Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. .t;. ': services at Tampa's Church of St. Anthony's mission church Some 300 persons call daily.Coming. man." C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL HOME

Phone 391-9911 1 Open Sat. 9-12 the Incarnation: within hours after the news of Complete Funeral Services from $175 801 1-59th Sf. No.

Sunday Masses will be offered his tragic death. Local station

at 8, 10 and 11:15 a.m. WWJB made frequent an- Events

For Catholics Of Pinellas County Each weekday morning. Massis nouncements to assist in bring.
celebrated at 8, with the exception -ing word to the Thin caiman 1UU futare toncMU. IpHial meetings and ecent. .f mere LOW COST
general publicas than local interest. Adranee notice of regular meetinr will be omitted.
Calvary CemeteryEndowed of Saturday. On Satur- well as members of the congregation Image
days at 8:30: a.m., it is the custom to rom to pray. Charity ball, exhibition sale, St. Bernard Auto

Care for families to attend Massin :: Mass was celebrated for President haIl, Jacksonville November church December 7. 1rk

this parish. Confessions are Kennedy on Sunday at 29; K of C. Christmas bazaar St. Michael

U. S. 19 at 58th St. No. Phone 526-4238 heard from 4 to 5 pm. and from 10 a.m. when Father Fidelis Dance November 30 9 pun. parish, Fernandina lTtiIsvI4 LOANS

7 to 8 p.m. on Saturdays. to 1 a.m., Riverside Women's Beach, December 7, 5:30 to S
Dunlap OJ5.B. officiated.
Father
Office Open 9-4 P.M. Dally & 1.4 P.M. Sunday -
on
Father O'Sullivan noted In Edward Martineau O.s.B. Club, Jacksonville, Moot Holy 10 pan.Day Available

passing that the special Re- gave a sermon. An overflow Redeemer, sponsor. of recollection, December .

quiem Mass he celebrated this crowd attended services Bake sale December 1, 7, Sacred Heart parish,

Bring the Family past Monday morning for the Sunday.On on Nativity Lake Mary. Jacksonville. THE NATIONAL BANKOF

Serving Continuously 7 late President John F. Ken- Monday at 10, a Requiem Family dart St. Leo Abbey, Bazaar, December 8, school ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA
I 11.30 St. Leo, December 1. hall St. Joseph Guild, Bra.
A.M. to 9:30 P.M. Mass was likewise celebratedat December 1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH
Rummage sale denton
,
St. Anthony's. Besides the sponsor. Member F.DJ.C.
LUNCH 3-4,112 North Garden Street, Bake sale December 8, St.
record crowd of Catholic
people GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK
95* $1.50 51/4 % which was expected an untold Clearwater; sponsor St. Patrick Ann, DeBary.

number of local citizens Women's Guild of Largo. Forty Hours Devotion, St.

DINNERI.55$3.95 Buffet card party Tropics Teresa Church. Titusville,
jammed the church
INTEREST tiny to Gift Boxes of
$ share in paying their respects. restaurant, Onnond Beach December 8, 9, 10. :
? --- -, zh'r" 907 Ui"'ntun: D1I1 I
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Children's Plate 53* CATHOLICChurchHospital Mass of Requiem and gave a Card party, December 5, ber 9, Christ the King

closing sermon. Whispering Hills Country Church Jacksonville Massat :' A-l INDIANS
NIlE OWL MENU Club Titusville. St Teresa 9-.30, Benediction at 215. ,

AFTER 7 Catholic Woman's Club spon Day of recollection, St. RIVER FRUIT

9:30 P.M. SchoolBONDS ENJOY AUTOMATIC sor.Dessert Brendan Church, 0 r m 0 n d

"Keep-Filled" card party December Beach, December 10. UnconditionallyGuaranteed

5, 3 pjiu Incarnation Day of recollection, Decem- Jf

DELIVERYPhone church hall, Sarasota. ber 12, Our Lady of Lourdes From
i - - Christmas
: gift shop December Church, Daytona Beach.
FERN GRILL FRUIT
';;'".:), 167.2121 fHONE DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. St. Pete -898-1111 5 7, 212 South Beach Dessert card party St. Jo- CO.

fes Florid theatre Bnildiar Clearwater-446-8314 Street, Daytona Beach, Epiphany seph parish hall, December The Old Reliable"

St. P*'.r.'rC' I. }"I.. Ph. :-13'1 Catholic Women's' 14, 1 p.m, St. Petersburg.New SINCE 1919

NAME .............-........... Club, sponsor. Year's dance, December -
Send for brochure Phone
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"" -". Blessed Romano's lifeBy

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VATICAN CITY (NC) Holiness elevates what is
/(f'
good in an environment and spurns what is evil, Pope Paul

l VI has declared after the beatification of a Neopolitan

parish Priest.
"
1 He said the life of the new blessed, Father Vincent

'L ; { Romano, and of all holy people serves as "a warning to us
:' not to overestimate environment, as if it were indispen-

.. sable and decisive for the strong, free and Christian soul."

Pope Paul spoke in St.Peter's .
1 for us. It teaches us that any
basilica at an afternoon
'environment, with the grace of
"
ceremony venerating the new
blessed, who was beatified ina the Lord and good will, can

splendid ceremony that produce sanctity." (Pope Paul

.1.,. morning of November 17. As did not specify how Blessed

he spoke, a newly unveiled pore Vincent's environment militated
H i DCCW Board meets in Orlando trait of the blessed looked against virtue.)

down benignly on him from
Father Vincent E. Smith, in Orlando with members Hotel from earlier in The Pope then ob:"erved that
postponed the week due to the E. G. Tavlin, Mrs. W. E. Humphrey, Miss Irene Scan- above the Altar of the Chair.

of the board of directors of the Diocesan Council of funeral for Monsignor James B. Cloonan. Present for ion, Mrs. Cyril Sedding, Mrs. Robert McGili, Mrs. Milton we nm.t not overestimate the

Catholic Women, was asked to offer Requiem Mass for the meeting were, from left, foreground, Mrs. Aguiar Plumb, Mrs. Charles Callahan, Mrs. Alvin Bazley, Blessed Vincent was a parish role of environment in forming
Reyes, Mrs. Frederick H. Schmidt Mrs.: Charles Ockel- Miss: Anne Priest of his native town of high virtue. He said:
Tucker; third row, Mrs. Louis DeMarkis,
I the repose of the soul of Rodney Lake, who died recently Torre del Greco from 1794 until
mann, Mrs. Joseph Schoebert, Mrs. J. H. Palmer, Mrs. Mrs. Paul Downing, Mrs. Thomas Kenna, Mrs. Francis "Positive virtue and good.
in Lakeland. His widow Mrs. Jane Lake is 1831.
a Emery H. Cooper, Mrs. Elmer Taetz and :Miss Isabelle Doyle Miss Idelle Murphy, Mrs. Mark A. Hellwig, Mrs. ness negative mediocrity or

past president of the DCCW. Members of the board Gleason; second row, Mrs. Thad Siemienski, Mrs. Carl John B. King, Mrs. George B. Kernan and Mrs. Clar- The village rests uneasily on vice, are undoubtedly very Important -

met on November 21, at a meeting in the Cherry Plaza Heath, :Mrs. Roger Kenney, Mrs. Charles Bird, Mrs. ence \Villiams.'ChUTCh the slopes of :Mount Vesuvius, factors, and in practice
the Europen continent's only often influence or dictate the

II Pope again appeals for unityROME OJt I New booksMARY I active time the volcano.volcano During erupted that 13 behavior but not that of of ordinary the hero people of virtue -

in times but never, after Blessed who dominates and per

(NC) -Pope Paul which rises over two earlier "May the day soon dawn ANNICE, SISTER.The Vincent's prayers and a journeyup sonifies them, when good, and

VI took the opportunity of a churches and a pagan temple. when one flock with one shep- .. Mission of Mary. (Bruce. the forbidding mountain to reacts against them and often

Byzantine rite liturgyMass Pope Paul was the only herd is formed, when proven Historical Book week set S3.25)). Spiritual essays with the mouth of the volcano, did overcomes them when bad."
( ) to appeal again for beardless person in the bril- unity is reconstructed and the groups- introduction by Sister Madel- the lava again flow onto his Pope Paul pointed out that

the union of all Christians.The Jiant ceremonies and wore a Church may show everywhereher PHILADELPHIA (XC-The HAVKRFORD (XC-"Read village. Blessed Vincent was ahead of

took in the western-style miter and cope in immaculate splendor," he American Catholic Historical and Unite Our Changing eva.McGRATH:: FERGAL. The Pope Paul referred to the influence his time in emphasizing that
Pope part contrast to the rich vestmentsof Association, meeting here December -World' will be the theme of Consecration of Learning. of environment on the faithful at Mass should

I liturgy on November 17 at the Eastern rite Bishops, said.The Pope drove to the Minor 28-30, will hold a open- Catholic book week, to be observed Fordham University Pre s s. character and holiness, saying: join the prayers of the cele-
the Minor Basilica of St Clement's who wore the traditional epis. session with the 23-29 1964 the "The saint, and in this case brant with their mind and
Basilica of St. Clement's, where ing day joint February $5.95)). Lectures on Newman's"Idea
to mark the conclu- copal crowns of the Eastern the body of Saint Cyril was American Historical Associa Catholic Library Associationhas of a University." Blessed Vincent Romano not their voice.Vour .

sion of the 11th centennial liturgy. once buried, at 9 a.m. Becausethe here announced.The MERTON, THOMAS.:: Life only personifies and raises to
observance of Saints Cyril Among those present In the tion.The John Shea level all that is
church is small less thana Gilmary prize observance, begun 24 and Holiness. (Herder & the highest
and :Methodius.The church were the two Russian will be awarded December in the environment, but
thousand people could be accommodated on years ago, is designed to focus Herder. $3.50). Offered as "an good SOLG!
Pope presided from the Orthodox observers attendingthe inside. However, 29 for a scholarly work on the attention on all good books. elementary treatment of a reacts against all that is evil

ancient throne in the church, council and Ukrainian Rite crowds outside listened over history of the Catholic Church Joining in sponsoring the few basic ideas in Christian and mean. This observation is

Archbishop Josyf Slipyi of loud speakers. and on that day also there will week are the Catholic Press spirituality." not only a cause of admirationfor

Lvov.In Pope Paul was welcomed at he a joint session with the Association, the National Office VAN ZELLER. HUBERT.Pra.er the Servant of God who set

ST. PETERSBURG an Italian discourse, the St. Clement's by the Irish Do- American Society of Church for Decent Literature and the in Other Words. (Tem- himself free from rigid cus-
in History at which the general plegate. $2.95). "A presentationfor toms, believed to be unchangeable -
Pope pointed out that the day's minicans who are charge National Councils of Catholic
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will be the Council of also be lessonaiiii products when yon
subject must a
but
" " rite set an example and !servedas : there. Entering the basilica, he Men and Women.Crucial beginners. advertise them often In

!: .i.iI an imitation for the unionof knelt first at the altar of the Trent.University's. umumU muu.__ __, .N" ,' ;.. ...:<...:"<':'.}..:'..'.<":fi..f..",A"*:_ THE FLORIDA CATHOLICLargest
all believtr* Th ssaid; Blessed Sacrament and then he y
"From the church of Rome, took his place on a throne in loss

I I center of communion of all the apse of the church. The DAYTON (NC)-Brother Jo- ir'4-

# believers, there comes the example Pope then consigned a relic of seph G. Wiesmann S.M., remembered 115 1=
CtJ # and invitation for an always Saint Cyril to the rector of the as the .'bargainhunter" ,
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goes also to those regions speeches before the ceremonywas I

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and in tears, awaits the dawnIng his way back, Pope Paul -
l A' I of better days to address to stopped at the Portuguese College says ii; J for the sake of your home

I the hierarchy, to Priests and and then returned to the

jt Lovely '. # to the faithful words of hope, Vatican in time for the 12 U.S. has deepspirituality -

,. I Delicate Air LI : i tion.encouragement and con ola. gathered o'clock blessing in St. Peter's of the Square.crowds Pastor greets visitors in TampaSchool ':.,:

I ;Embroidered with scalloped> These were swelled by addi Father Mark J. McLoughlin, pastorof Lakeland; and Sister M. Adel- \

applique over lace. Edouard C. Craig tional thousands who had just Christ the King Parish, Tampa, welcomed ma, S.S.N.D., principal of Christ the THE

JI White and nude with self Contractor and Distributorfor left beatification ceremonies in VATICAN CiTY (XC) A visitors, from left, Mrs. Lounell King who helped Father extend hos-

lining, black with pink lining. the basilica. deep spirituality lies beneaththe Bellamy of Immaculate Conception pitality last Friday to the West Coast TREASUREDLIFETIME

J Sizes 30 to 44. Vikon Metal Ceramic The Pope, noting that blessed apparent slickness of con- School in St. Petersburg; Sister Margaret educators at their area conference.
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floridablouse I i "We will include a special intention \f'e Offer T. A Select Clientele
I in the prayer to the Vatican Council. issues will carry A Limited :>timber Ot Flatted
Madonna for all the Priests, Pope Paul said that from a And Improved :Family Estate ar inI1Emai?:i
distance America may seem to Four, Five And Six Acre Parcels
; for their sanctification, espe- council's 3rd sessionBy
I who in be all materialism, luxury, into PRAYER BOOK AND MISSALA
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Paul VI has named 12 Cardinals America's spiritual vitality on the nature of the church key issue: of the collegiality of

including Albert Cardinal is due to the Religion SiMei now being revised by a groupof Bishop

Meyer:: of Chicago, as new members and the parochial school subcommittees of the theo- It is the Impression of in- GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES
of the seven-month-old logical commission for con-
s-ystem. formed that Pope Paul
wJsterDONUT commission for the sideration by the next council quarters
pontifical
The Pope received the will render the task of the
session.
the code of
revision of canon
American hierarchy in mid- commissions easier binclud.-
or Just drop ;in anytime law.This November in the ClementineHall Likewise the chapter on religious -ing pertinent guiding thoughtsin r

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grace helps Spirituality overcomes evil


are two passages In may make them the excuse for

memoriam soul reach eternal joy There Paul's epistles which easy capitulation. "It's perfectly

natural," we may tell ourselves -
strike
a responsive chord In
"so It can't be so very
you, a grown man, seriously most of us. In Romans (7, Father "
DO These
wrong. temptations are

millions of words spoken and us back our President. We cannot fill believe that when 19-23) St. Paul tells us, "I do Leo J. normal in the same sense thata

I THE about President John F. the void in the hearts of citizens and you die you will knock on a not the good that I wish, but cold in the head is normal In

nations with commiseration. We can- pearly gate and Peter will take the evil that I do not wish, thatI Trescby winter-time; but we still try to

Kennedy all fall short of expressing :you to the angel who's been perform For I am delighted against the infection ofa
not adequately reward a great patriot Frank J. guard
\ the grief and shock felt by the nation with posthumous tributes. God alone keeping your spiritual bank- with the law of God according cold.

!! and the world. Yet we all try to account? Sheedis to the inner man, butI
gives lasting reward.As For reasons which will see another law in my mem- Spiritual growth 1* achieved
express our feelings in private and
public eulogy.To Catholics, we turn to God in emerge in the next few columns bers, warring against the law precisely through our efforts,

practically everybodytalks of mind and making me a assisted by God's bountiful
my
times of mourning, begging Him to a denial that we have within
some, John Kennedy was like grant eternal reward to our loved about the next life as prisoner to the law of sin thatis us a strong potential for grace, to discipline and controlour

i a father; to others, a brother, to ones. Few men have been loved more though it were comical. And in my members." evil. errant urges.

others, a son. We worried about him than John F. Kennedy. :Millions are the comicality begins the moment 'not enough for life in Heaven. Saint Paul returns to the We seek to make ourselves

t and cared for him as we would one at this moment storming heaven with after death-death at That requires us to do same theme in Galatians ((5, 16- A wilful child Is not reformed boss of our passions rather than
least is known to be serious. by confining him to a
of things which by nature we 18)) when he "The flesh
our own. that God will John says, let them be boss of us. Even on
Ken-
give
prayers dark closet and
Catholics are supposed to cannot do-our natural life lusts against the spirit, and the passions are natural level and aside from
The reason a eulogy fails is that nedy the only eulogy that counts not controlled the a
by pretense
that soul will knockat
think our just isn't adequate, we need spirit against the flesh; for motivation thisis
f' It never quite succeeds in its purpose "well done good and faithful servant"and heaven's gate. (But what super-natural life. these are opposed to each that they do not exist. We any the spiritual in which we become,

-making one who has died live. A that John Kennedy will receive souls must aim to discipline our pas- way
will it knock with? You can't just tell him this other, so that :you do not do most fully human.

eulogy cannot give us back our father the greatest of all tributes, life ever- haven't got hands, they smilIngly and hurry on to the next point. what you would." sions, not to repress them.It .

or brother. No eulogy is going to giveI lasting.Ing remind us). Peter then You must help him to see it is not a disgraceful thing We have nothing but pity

I takes us to the recording angel as the reality it is. An example Anyone who makes a sincere that we find In ourselves evIdences for the hardened sinner or the

endeavor to lead a Christianlife of lust, hate, sloth, habitual criminal who has
who adds up all the good deedsof may help him to see what you
f our life and all the bad, are saying. is aware of the sustained jealousy, pride or greed. We completely abdicated to his

strikes a balance, and gives us By our natural life as men, tension that exists between our are not ignoble persons by rea- passions. We recognize that he

spiritual self and our animal son of the fact that we find has dehumanized himself by allowing
From the editor's desk the result-heaven or hell as Pour lungs can breathe the atmosphere

I the case may be. of this earth of ours. lustful thoughts pleasurable, or himself to be so

self.A experience flashes of hate for thoroughly victimized by his
When your questioner has But they would not functionin Freudian psychologistwould

i Pope Paul on priestly trainingON made the jokes you've already the atmosphere of another describe it as the strug- those whom we ought to love grosser Instincts. Yet we some

heard a hundred times and you planet-we should "die for the gle between the id and the (even for parent or spouse) or times are blind to the fact that
feel stirrings of resentment at there Is only a difference of
have politely agreed that theyare want of breath" (to quote a superego. However we defineit

the 4th of November the Priesthood only with the ciplines so that his familiaritywith very funny indeed, the song of my boyhood) To live we know by experience that the good fortune of a neigh- degree between him and our-

intention of saving his own these studies will there we would need new bor, or are elated when praisedby selves If we try to justify sin
Paul VI issued an be least he can do Is listen while there often is a wide gap be-

postolic letter, "Summi Dei soul in the work of saving "equal to that of the educated you tell him what we do be- powers of breathing which by, tween good intentions and actual others, or cast covetous by saying." "Well, that's the
others. Any other classes haven't eyes on a top job or a big bank way I am.
: reason among whom he lives. lieve about what happens at nature we got. performance. We under-
Verbum, to the Bishops of the account.It
would be wrong, indeed disastrous As the candidate death.St. stand only too well the force By all means let us admit to
priestly approaches And just as life on Mars(
world on the occasion of the is not Ignoble to
both for the Church the of his ordination Peter doesn't come Intoit. of Saint Paul's words, "I do not possess ourselves (and to God) that
year would be beyond the natural
fourth centenary of the establishment and the individual himself. he should take an in- He was given by Our Lord of our bodies life: the good that I wish, but the these tendencies. They are partof we are human and therefore
equipment human
our nature
of seminaries by the creasingly in the the keys of the kingdom of evil that I do not wish, that I our weak with a boundless capacity -
Regarding the actual training greater part in heaven is beyond the natural fallen human nature. They are
Council of Trent. It is a long heaven (Matthew 16,19)). perform." for e"iI.Aside .
document treating of the history of men in the seminary, the actual work of the diocese. He equipment of our souls> distorted manifestations of dy-

of seminaries from the Pope rejoices that the Council should be engaged in catechet- But the kingdom of heavenIn The extra equipment, the. Saint Paul was a realist. He namic drives which basicallyare from the fact that It Is

will consider the formation of ical, liturgical and Catholic natural is did not pretend that he or his conviction
time of Trent and the ideals the New Testament does not super! equipment i good and necessary ones. true, such a on our
seminarians.He Action work. This balance of converts were angelicized by
affords God the Ideal
that the Church seeks after in mean Heaven: it means God'srealm sanctifying grace. part
work and study will aid him earth. reason of baptism. He Insisted Evil enters the picture only foundation upon which to
on
the of Priests.
training sees this as providentthat immeasurably in his future Make your man realize that that he and they face honestlythe when we willingly surrenderto build.

After sketching the early history regulations made at the apostolate.The In this particular case it this is not a passport entitlingmen fact of their humanity, the these distortions. Here H the
Is who offers
There
of seminaries, the Pontiff time of Trent can be modern- means the Church-Our Lord to enter heaven, it is quite fact of natural passions disordered ever-present danger. no one

takes up the question of their ized to fit the conditions of today Pope notes, in con- had mentioned that in the pre- literally the power to live by original sin. such a welcome challenge toGod's

He makes and that certain clusion, that the formation of there. It Is not Because these weaknesses grace as the sinner who
present importance. dangers vious verse. And the giving of just a pious
the Priest is a spiritual one. Spiritual growth would be are quite normal, In the sense comes to Him In I. spirit of
his own the statement of Leo inimical to the training of the keys did not mean that phrase either; it is as real as
He does not desire to give the hindered, rather than helped, of being common to us all, we utter dependence.
XIII that "with their Priests be and
estatei.e. can seen corrected Peter was to be the janitor: in lung-power or eyesight.Of

( the seminaries) the for- impression that study or discipline the ancient world the keys ofa only one person does

tune of the Church is inextri. The Pontiff Is well aware are done merely to cultivate city were in the hands of Scripture seem to tell us wherehe Sacred Scripture
natural virtue
cably linked." Because the that there are deficiencies and the the governor.As went when he dIed-Judas, ,

Pope Is so convinced of the shortcomings in the trainingof work of the Church must to the judgment which Is it says, went to his own place.As .

continuing need for excellence Priests and he encourages never be reduced to that. to decide our eternal destiny we read them, these sound God's glory extolled in song

in the training of Priests the those who "strive by their The candidate for the rrie.st-! there is only one question that the grimmest words ever said .-

central part of the document is writings and their discussionsto hood must be imbued with the matters-have we got sancti- of a man. We hope they will first glance, psalm 56 only One who can ;really help

a special plea "to create the perfect for the greater goodof conviction that "all his activity fying grace in our soul? If we never be said of us. But they AT might seem to have been them. ,

requisite spiritual atmosphere, the Church the methods of must have as its ultimate have then heaven is for us. wilL
editor who We different
composed by an are no today.
whether in the school or in thehome" seminary training in view of aim the coming of the kingdom If we have not, then heaven Father :;
stitched together two quite k-: For all our vaunted self-suffi
of will to
so that there would be a the particular needs of time of Christ and God" and cannot be ours-not because we Every one us go
and enthusiasmfor and and the his own place, of that we are different psalms. For verses .John J.CasteJot. ciency, we remain weak, sinful
"regard a holy place, progress of that "grace alone will accomplish have failed to deserve it (who -
2-7 are an anxious appeal for human beings. Perhaps our
assured that which
justice
the priestly life. pedagogy. by
that end.nThis could deserve heaven?) but be-
divine help against ferocious enemies are not of the sort to
his !
At the same time, warping could not live In gives to every man own
cause we
The call to the Priesthood enemies, while 8-12 are an make us complain with the
of ,It is of what
must be made against critical summary PopePaul's heaven without it. our knowledge
come>, In the first place, from attitudes to any and all restraints letter on the training of Judas had done that makes us ecstatic song of thanksgiving.What psalmist:

God Himself. It is thus the of the natural, ecclesi- Priests is given as an indication Yon must persuade your fear that he went to hellthatthat is more, the latter verses I lie prostrate In the midst

duty of Priests and people astical, or civil law. A semin- of the importance that the questioner not only to listen, was his place. turn up again practically word of lions which devour men;

alike to look for those signs: arian who cannot rise above a Church feels towards swellingthe but to listen closely, while you for word in psalm 107,2-6. death's door, pleads for divine Their teeth are spears and ar
that will mark out But, heaven or hell. to our However it seems more like intervention on his behalf and
a man as! a tendency to cynicism or rebellion ranks of the Priesthoodwith tell him "what we mean by rows their tongue is a sharp

suitable candidate for Holy will be a Priest who holy and dedicated men. sanctifying grace. own place we shall all go. ly that it was the author of then, all of a sudden, so confi- sword (5)).

Orders. What makes heaven any psalm 107 who did the borrow- dent is he that his player will
It is, at the same time, a plea But foes
will "demand many rights and our spiritual : temp.
You will explain It best by man's place? The possession by ing, for verses 7-14 of this be heard, starts making plans
accept few obligations." for parents and teachers aliketo tations, gnawing, persistent desires
The reminds that In
Pope us another phrase, supernaturallife. his soul of the to live
foster conditions power palm are the same as the cor- for the sacrifice of thanksgiving -
the final analysis, the ultimate Formation in the seminaryis that will All living beings have there the life above nature for what Is so clearly for-
our responding verses of psalm 59: which he will offer in the
criterion in the discernment ofa make the response to God's call bidden and yet so easy of attainment
intimately bound up with natural life, which gives them which heaven calls for, that another quite evident instanceof temple.

vocation will be a right in- the education that the semin- an easy one. the power to do the things that life of grace of which the living lack of originality.Our Another Indication that the constant allure

tention. Since the Bishop who ary provides. The Pope says It is a reminder that God go with that kind of being- element is love of God. Hellis psalm 56 is a literary unit as of the world subtly infiltratingour

ordains the young man has the that every seminarian, besidesthe wants young men to think of cows to live the life of cows, the place of those who love psalm 56, then, should in it stands is the fact that the spiritual defenses-theseare

final responsibility for the or- usual studies of a sacred service to God not only duringa crocodiles the life of crocodiles, self to the exclusion of God. all likelihood be taken just as same refrain occurs at the con far more dangerous than

dination, It is up to him to see nature, must study those liter- "vocation week," but at all men the life of men. It still remains, of course, to it stands. It Is true that the clusion of each stanza: physical enemies with the

that the candidate comes to ary, social, and scientific dis- times. But the power to do the show why our natural powersare sudden switch from a frantic power to tear us to shreds like

that with call for help to a Joyous: song Be exalted above the heavens lions whose "teeth are spears
things go being men not adequate for heaven. "
of gratitude is a bit startling.But 0 God; above all the earth and arrows.

be your glory! ((6,12)
really, such an abrupt Thanks be to God, w, need

Washington letterAero about-face is not at all uncom- The psalmist's cry for helpIs not fear them.

Father Michael V. Gannon mon in psalms of this type. We nothing new, of course. All
With the psalmist we can
have seen several examples of the faithful of all ages, cor
Mission of Nombre 1 1qRcat De DioschapteRS studies say calmly and confidently:
pioneeredat
psalms in which the author, nered by enemies physical or
I In the shadow of your wings
practically on the threshold of spiritual, have turned to the
I take refuge till harm pass

in Catholic University by ((2).

Question boxPope My heart Is steadfast, 0 God;

my heart is steadfast; I will
years before the America's first wind tunnel
lORl a catholic histcmy SEVERAL sing and chant praise ((8).
brothers made laboratory for aeronautical research -
For your kindness towers to
their first successful airplane was: built on the Catholic seldom definesQ.
the heavens, and your faithfulness
flight, the Catholic Universityof University campus in the
to the skies (11)).
What is the total
number -
Chapter 29 at Augustine on September forts at Tampa and Charlotte America In Washington, winter of 1901.
"
8, 15G5; ; he and Father Bay on the Gulf coast, at Biscayne D.C., had an aeronautical lab- of infallible pronounce-
FOR nearly ten years Pedro Lopez began the work of build- Bay and the St. Lucy oratory.It This is how the wind tunnel ments made by the Pope up M. J Murrayto
into Mattul- _
came being: Hugo
remained in ins a parish and providing for River on the east coast, and at date?
was the first In any schoolin lath of New York was seekinga
Florida to lay a colonial foundation the religious instruction!' of the several points in the Guale A. We assume here that the
the world. "a twin-hull
patent on large but
that would endure. surrounding Timucuan Indian Indian territory in the Carolinas seaplane." An examiner in the questioner means after the Strange trueCopyright

tribes. The university, which Is observing First Vatican Council when the

Soon after his historic landPiibIIbed Menendez showed particularzeal One of the great stories of its 73th anniversary, wrote United: States patent office doctrine of infallibility was de 1963, NCWC News Service

toward the Indians. Sail- these first two years in Flor- just recently established a di- fined. Although some theolo-

ing up the Georgia coast in ida was the Juan Pardo expe- vision of space sciences and "There is a ruling of the gians would dispute this, it appears 6"tpt Out OF THE MOST
office which classes e4 1NPO8TMT MYSTICS ffJw
patent e
late 1565, he made friends with dition. applied physics in its school of that only when Pope 'S ,4"to M ThC CHURCH.ST t )SPt

the Guale Indians who in- The story began In August, engineering and architecture. with perpetual motion ma- Pius XII defined the Assumption 5, BPIC1D Of -1//
chines all devices for navigat- iIQ'E'1' SWEDEN tas MM8iioBfrotc
habited that part of the coast Orville Wright flew an air- of the Blessed Virgin in .( ,
1566 when Captain Pardo, described ing the air without the aid of t ,] : SP'S SMC MS fifriff. rii1M.
line and made efforts to teach by his contemporariesas plane near Kitty Hawk, North 1950 was the infallibility of the A aG BKAMt THC ttoKf*orriCffrRCmLDBItt :
be ;; .
A
bouyant patent can
Carolina, on Dec. 17 1903. gas. AtJD JH HI*LTt*
exercised.In
them about Christianity. Pope =:
"a soldier zealous in 612P'Sf '
good granted only when a working J 5l. Yf/vn jf/tvfo M couftstuo*
Menendez went as far northon the service of his Majesty," arrived -Aerodynamic research beganat model is exhibited. a quick survey of the clrfJ'pJJf j{ V 70 #ftGS tWO POPff./

in Florida with 300 the Catholic University in whole history of the Church, _ _
this voyage as Santa Elena
Backers of Invention
Mattulath's
August, 1S95. it would difficult to
called Hilton) soldier-replacements under his appear
(now Head) in
cTrry Friday The Catholic University research supplied funds to build pinpoint more than a half

FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS Inc. the present state of South Caro- command. in this field was begun 'the Catholic University aero dozen occasions when the Pope : ,

P.O. Box 3331 GArdri -uuIS lina. There he built a fort that Menendez' official chronicler by A. F. Azhm, then a physics nautical laboratory, to demon clearly declared something i ::4
? E..t Colonial Drite the Spaniards named San Fe-
-
(
Orlando. Florida 3ZSOJ lipe. Father Gonzalo Soils de Merits, instructor but later in chargeof strate the technical feasibilityand infallibly, independent of an ,i11 I- -

recorded: mechanics. Working for his practicability of Mattul- Ecumenical Council. Certainly,
Subscription in U.S.A. and Canada
$4.00 per year; ether countries Within the next two years doctorate, which he received lath's airplane. Unfortunately, the definition of the Immacu-
;;j.OO. Menendez established a seriesof "And he (Menendez) gave Mattullath died in
December
from Johns Hopkins Univer- late Conception by Pius IX was
The Florida Catholic is a member forts stretching from Tampa orders to Juan Pardo to go in- p.
rf the Catholic Press' Association sity in 1898, Zahm established 1902, and the seaplane studies one occasion.It .
land toward New with
Bay to Santa Elena. He also Spain
and the National Catholic Welfare the air resistance to spheres, ended. has been more customaryIn
Conference News Serxice. Boener made an attempt, unsuccessfully 150:) soldiers, to visit the caci- f
moving at speeds up to 1000 the Church for the collegeof
and Martin, publishers' representative. to establish a permanent ques (Indian chiefs) who _:;.Aerodynamics research!' con-
Entered a' second cZars mall feet a second. : Bishops under the authorityof
under the Act of March 3, 18". settlement on Chesapeake Bay. wanted to come to see the He did his work in McMahon 0 tinned at Catholic University, the Pope when meeting in _
Adelantado Menendez); and however, under Dr. Zahm.
EB Bjr the end of 15G7; there with all possible friendliness, Hall in the center of the uni- Council to issue infallible state i

were three permanent Chris- in what versity campus, shooting While the early aeronautics ments.In .
appeared to him the
rather VUceat K. Smith tian settlements on the Atlantic spheres from a specially designed program at Catholic University this discussion we have
most convenient place for the
Executive Editor coast: St. Augustine, San cannon. They passed stemmed from the enthusiasmof prescinded from the questionsof Fi< Editors: MU Jan. qulao safety of his soldiers, he was NoTRe DAMCCC6QACC _
Mark A. n.Uwlc Mateo (formerly the French to through a dark room, breaKipgthin a group of men convinced of canonizations many theologians AT &YMoHAnastagc.
and
fortify himself that
... see ribbons of light enroute-the practicability of aviation," thinks that the I'4 srpu&uc nine MH&DWfCC b.Dkl
J ph A. HotterAUvtrtUlnr outpost Fort Caroline at the the Indians became Chris persomlinCalIihility MRMAN01.Ntr CIUOMTCD 115 ?'VLLCNN'UMLN&GW
Manager mouth of the St. John River), tians." Mirrors and cameras measured: l :,:the present program at the of the Pope is exercised "AII &*&1S' &. '9(3*. SOMT 2 SOOOCTNOOOX

and Santa Elena farther north. the velocity and deceleration i; school "stems from a desire to in such declarationseven APOSTOCATC.Vty TXMU47S HONKS msraoc
0 !/! 'cM4'D C7JlL'A W1LAt p41 0 Lift 4(4C11TZbcRxr
Friday November 29, 1963 (Xe\t week: thus establishing the r.. .isql.;*:;participate In the national though Faith and Moralsis NTD Il/rrIAN 4N0 SHlIG ,r ofme ouuv OJucH.TqI1 .
There also .. .*. IIOrr l N 'JIJIlJUtII
were garrisoned the Pardo IIfff17HI S
Expedition) ance. program of space exploration. not directly touched upon. '1lJS(>UNN'ltCatholic -





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Mass composed for St. Paul'sJACKSONVILLE Mass Guide


S SUNDAY December 1
:
L Ai* : Catholic editors are pleased to many great churches in Jack- passages, such as the bass solo 1st Sunday of Advent. (Mass

., LVS Early this month, The< reprint the photograph by sonville with particular refer- in the Kyrie the chant for of Sunday Preface of Tri

Florida Times-Union, Jack- Frank Smith of the Jacksonville ence to St. Paul's as she has sopranos in the Gloria a solo ity.)

+S; ..->i .S S I sonville daily, told citizens newspaper's staff that Illustrated watched its growth from the for lyric soprano in the Credo MONDAY, December 2

that one of their number had the musical preview reed organ of the first chapelto and a cappella duets for St. Bibiana. (Mass of a VIr-
'<<
"i" column written the pipe in the galleryof and alto voices and Gloria 2 d
by the paper'sHugh organ soprano gin-Martyr: n
the
;.rt .,. composed a Mass. Since
... :"". Alderman.Mr. the present edifice. And nat- tenors and basses. Prayer of preceding Sunday,
"'+ article written the original -
; j' was Alderman's column follows urally with this, we spoke of The Mass is written in the Common preface.)

t composition by Mrs. : the evolution of church music. usual divisions of the Kyrie, TUESDAY December 3

: v.:. I. Jesse M. Elliott, "St. Paul's A delightful Interview with Then at my request she let Gloria Credo, Sanctus Bene- St. Francis Xavier. (Mass of

\i.e.. 1."" ";,.., :Mass in D minor," dedicatedto Juydin Hague Elliott (Mrs. me take in my hands her dictus and Agnus Dei, and the feast, Gloria, 2nd Prayer of

the pastor, Monsignor Jesse M.) at her home on manuscript copy of her own composer: wrote a beautiful Of- preceding Sunday, Common

Patrick E. Nolan V.F. of St. Grand Avenue was an experience composition, "St. Paul's Mass fertory on the theme of the Preface.)

-iAb1 I Paul Church in Jacksonville,, I won't forget! in D minor," dedicated to Mon- "Et incarnatus est." WEDNESDAY, December 4

; 4/ has been performed.With A friend of many years to signor Patrick E. Nolan, pastorof Massof
The portions of the Communion St. Peter Chrysologous. (
people in Jacksonville, a St. Paul's Church.It .
the permission of the many include anTe Maria, a Doctor Gloria, 2nd
teacher of to hundredsof is a short Mass but
Times-Union The FloridaAdvent piano very
Ksca via torum, and a Hymnto Prayer of St. Barbara, Common -
Jacksonville boys and girls beautiful. She played it for me
" " " the at which she did Christ the King (the wordsof Preface.)
over the years, a loyal supporter on piano
which were also written by THURSDAY December 5
of the music of our city who most of her composition work.I .
the composer). (Mass of preceding Sunday,
helped lay the groundwork for asked her to tell me the storyof

the musical life we now enjoy, how she came to write it The first performance of the 2nd Prayer of St. Sabbas,

In homes using Advent and over and above all this, and what section of the Mass Mass was scheduled on November Common Preface.)
Mrs. Elliott in her home
December 6
Wreaths, two candles in the for 41 years the organist and she first wrote. And in her 17. FRIDAY
Nicholas. (Mass of feast
St.
wreath will be lighted on the director of the choir at St very charming way she beganto (Monsignor Nolan was the
Gloria 2nd Prayer of precede
The second Sunday of Advent, by Paul's Catholic Church, 2609 talk about it. celebrant of the Mass that Sun- ,
new apostles ing Sunday, Common Pref
the oldest child in the family. Park St.-the only organistand She was at the piano Im- day morning. In his sermon he ace.)
An the candles barn the director that the church stressed how in keeping with
)roviSiflg when she became
father of the family will lead has ever had-there you have the tradition of Christian music SATURDAY December 7
that theme
Missionary opens era of unityBy this prayer and the family a picture of Mrs. Elliott.It Tery conscious definitely emerging a from was and art it was, that the faithful St. Ambrose. (Mass of a Doctor -
2nd of
Gloria Prayer
,
will respond Amen: was nice to recall old daysas the harmonic structure and the organist of 40 years In the ,

Glenn D. Kittler On one hand, it cleared the there In order to celebrate Let us pray. 0 Lord, !stir! up she talked about her early thought crossed her mind, parish had used her talents to preceding Sunday Common

FATHER John Bapst could minds of those who would Mass on Sunday morning. He our hearts that we may prepare years at St. Paul's when that "That is the theme of a Kyrie.? compose the Mass. The organ- Preface.)

tension growingIn listen and brought numerous was seen as he entered the for Thy only begottenSon congregation worshipped in a ist, he said, dedicated this SUNDAY. December 8

the town. A Jesuit he had converts into the Church. On town. Several men jumped that through His com first-floor chapel of what Is Then the thematic material work to the honor and glory of Immaculate Conception of

been assigned to serve 33 mission the other hand, those with him. An hour later, they ing we may be made worthyto now the parochial school. began to crowd in upon her. God). the Blessed Virgin Mary.

stations In central Maine, closed minds were angered dumped him, tarred, featheredand serve Thee with pure Then she spoke of years She would waken during the Monsignor Nolan has requested Mass!' of feast. Gloria 2nd

and he made his headquarters that the Priest should proselytize unconscious, at the rail pouls. Through; the same when she had worked with the night and find a theme in her that this :Mass be sungat Prayer of 2nd Sunday In

at Ellsworth. It was here that so openly. Arguments road station. Christ Our Lord. Amen. Friday Musicale in its artist mind and go to the piano and the Christmas Eve Midnight ,,Advent Creed Preface of

.5 he felt the trouble brewing.He broke out on the streets. The Catholics were furious. The candles will be lighted, series bringing to Jacksonvillesome jot it down on manuscriptpaper service and again on Christmas the Blessed I Virgin.)

They banded together and usually and the prayer of- of the greats of the concert (sometimes just on the

believed that the resent Father Bapst told the Catho- were about to go out to track fered up at the daily principal stage. Across the bridgeof back of a program or a letter Day.But Satellite project
the fame of the Mass has
went Catholics had its lics. "Don't Just live
against argue. down the Priest's attackers, meal for the family. music we moved to the if she couldn't find manuscriptpaper [ .
roots In a lack: of knowledge your religion. It Is the best de. already spread through rs.Elliott's diocese of
time find MIAMI XC) A
when he told them: " " " present where we she showed me some ( -
about the Church. fense of the Faith you have." fulfillment in wonderful sister in Texas and Miami high school has been
"There will be no fight. We our of these original first drafts) through choir members.

Rather than avoid the Issue The strife Increased when are commanded by our Lord to Priest thinks U.S. Civic Auditorium with the Three weeks saw the comple- designated the southern anchor

I he decided to meet it head on local leaders instituted Protes- love our neighbors, to forgiveour wealth of musical programs tion of the Mass.It Requests have been receivedfor in a chain of high school satel-

by giving a series of lectures tant services In the public enemies. I forgive these man on '- moon that Jacksonville now offers. Is written In four-part the music so that the Mass lite-tracing stations that may

I about the Faith. This was an school and tried to force Catho- men for what they did; you We spoke of the building of harmony but with short solo can be sung in churches in El stretch to Maine.
wiseWILMINGTON Paso, Texas; in Kitchner Ontario -
LaSalle Immaculata High
audacious thing for him to do, lic students to attend them. must forgive them, too. If youso program -
and the School of St.Mary's .
and it had two results.Canadians When Father's offer to conduct much as lift a hand against (NC)-A ; School, a coinstitutional school
of in the Wood in Indiana.
Change place staffed Brothers of the
separate services for the Cath- them, you commit a sin. Priest-astronomer has said herea meeting by
The music Is very beautifuland Christian Schools and Sistersof
olics was rejected, he openeda Next Father offered successful man-on-the-moon the choir is excited about
morning -
lauded contemplated for councilBy St. Joseph of St. Augustine
mission school to which the
program would more than pay
Mass, and in his sermon singing this work written by agreed to take on the project
ROME XC) -Pope Paul VI children transferred. for itself by advancing scientific -
his to love and
again urged people guard one they know ap several weeks ago. The station
praised the "happy spectacle Accused of dividing the town knowledge. Father Placid Jordan
against bigotry and to practice preciate.The will be In operating order for
of unity and brotherhood" be- Into factions, the Priest said: charity. Father Francis J. Heyden VATICAN CITY (NC)-Authorities in charge of St. many friends of Mrs. the launching of the first GemIni -
tween English-speaking and S.J., head of the department Peter's
astronomy
basilica are anxious that it not be taken
"There can be town unity over againas Elliott are eagerly anticipatingan moonshot in about two
French-speaking Canadians Reports of his sermon moved at Georgetown UnI-
only when we respect the differences the meeting place of the ecumenical council a year from opportunity to hear the years. Work on the project
during a visit to the Canadian quickly through town. A lead- versity Washington, told Dela-
which exist, not try todestroy now. These authorities view the council sessions as making Mass sung with the composerat :; will begin in about two weeks,
college here on November 14. ing Protestant came to Father ware's junior science and humanities -
them.? difficult to fulfill the requirements of the large numbers the organ in the church for when the institution's new
In a visit the same day to and said: symposium here the -
of tourists who wish to visit which it was written. science building, now being
Rome's Dutch College, he But destructive steps were "You know Father, we Prot- success of such a program the present council be closed
the church. It is also difficultto Congratulations, Mrs. Elliott. erected Is completed.
praised the Dutch Church's taken when the mission school estants believe the same thing would shed considerable lighton after a third session, to be reconvened -

"ecumenical spirit missionary was bombed then set afire. you Catholics believe about problems which have baffled schedule properly many only after Intricate

effort, active laity and far- Had Father Bapst been ableto loving our neighbors. I'm truly scientists for ages. events such as canonizations.One problems now being raised in Visit Rome

sighted use of broadcasting and remain in Ellsworth, the sorry for the pains you had to Urging continuation of the plan now being consid- the council are thoroughly I ,

television technology in spread controversy that split the town suffer to become a living reminder United States project, Father ered as a solution to the problem clarified.

ing the Christian message." that winter of 1854 might have to us all of this Important : Heyden opposed the views ofa is to provide space for a There is one solid Indication Lourdes Fatima the

'The 'Pope visited the CanadIan dissolved under the influenceof Christian tenet. I'd like to number of scientists who council chamber in the build- concerning the schedule of the .I"

College to mark the 75th his own efforts to make drive you to Bangor, Father, have looked upon the lunar ing projected for the Vatican council for next yearPope :

anniversary of its founding. Christian charity the foremost and I hope to drive you back project as a "mere propagandatrip. grounds to accommodate the Holy Land in 1964!
Paul VI is understoodto
1 Welcoming him were James virtue practiced by the Catholics -here again someday." ." collections of the Lateran Mu !

Cardinal McGuigan of Toronto, but the missionary at Ban- News of the event reached seum. have told a group of Indian This year join an American Express pilgrimage to

Paul Cardinal Leger S.S., of gor died and Father Bapst's Bangor before Father Bapstdid. A successful lunar expedItion These Include collections of Bishops whom he received in Europe. Travel with congenial companions to Rome,
he said, would provide in- audience October 31 that the
Montreal and Monsignor Ro- Bishop moved him there a re Protestants there awaited statues and other objects from on where an audience with the Holy Father hat been requested -
formation impossible to secure international Eucharistic
muald Bissonnette, S.S., rectorof placement.As him at his rectory. They gave ancient Rome, and must be eongress through the North American College. A spiritual
now from the best observational scheduled in Bombay
the college. soon as he was out of him money to support his work, moved from the Lateran Palace director leads your group to Rome,Lourdes,Fatimi
techniques.He from November
Pope Paul recalled having Ellsworth, a resolution was a watch to replace the one lost in downtown Rome to make 28 to December the Holy Land itself. A multilingual courier escort you

visited Canada briefly and said passed at a public meeting that in the attack, and then held a also said the moon could room for consolidation of the 6 next year, need not necesarily :*- through France,Italy Germany Portugal,Spain.Choose
interfere with the
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; .; Catholic editors are pleased to many great churches in Jack- passages, such as the bass solo 1st Sunday of Advent. (:Massof

!\ I\ K Early this month The reprint the photograph by sonville with particular refer- in the Kyrie, the chant for Sunday, Preface of Trin

I Florida Times-Union, Jack- Frank Smith of the Jacksonville ence to St. Paul's as she has sopranos in the Gloria a solo ity.)

\ sonville daily, told citizens newspaper's staff that illustrated watched its growth from the for lyric soprano in the Credo, MONDAY, December 2

Ii i : : : that one of their number had the musical preview reed organ of the first chapelto and a cappella duets for St. Bibiana. (Mass of a Vlr-

composed a Mass. Since the column written by the paper's the pipe organ in the gallery soprano and alto ,voices and gin-Martyr, Gloria. 2nd

I Hugh Alderman.Mr. of the present edifice. And nat- tenors and basses. Prayer of preceding Sunday,
written the original
article I
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'-S -: s : Alderman's column follows urally with this we spoke of The Mass is written in the Common preface.)

composition by Mrs. : the evolution of church music. usual divisions of the Kyrie I TUESDAY DecemberSt. 3
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I Jesse M. Elliott, "St. Paul's A delightful Interview with Then at my request she let Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Bene- Francis Xavier. (Mass of

i 4. -I" Mass in D minor' dedicatedto Juydin Hague Elliott (Mrs. me take in my hands her dictus and Agnus Dei, and the feast, Gloria, 2nd Prayer of

S. S S 55 the pastor, :Monsignor Jesse!= :M.: ) at her home on manuscript copy of her own composer wrote a beautiful Offertory preceding Sunday, Common

;' ... .5 __ S.* Patrick E. Nolan V.F. of St. Grand Avenue was an experi- composition "St. Paul's MassIn on the theme of the Preface.)

:. :T t Paul Church in Jacksonville, ence I won't forget! D minor," dedicated to Mon. "Et incarnatus est." WEDNESDAY December

g4 friend of to signor Patrick E. Nolan pastorof
y has been performed.With A many years
S The portions! of the Communion St. Peter Chrysologous. (Mass
.5 1 the permission of the many people in Jacksonville, a St. Paul's Church.It .
S 2nd
'5- include an Are Maria, of a Doctor, Gloria,
,J.. SS S Times-Union The FloridaAdvent teacher of piano to hundredsof is a short Mass, hut very
S Kvca via toruni, and a Hymn Prayer of St. Barbara, Common -
Jacksonville boys and girls beautiful. She played it for me
S " " " the which to Christ the King (the wordsof Preface.)
she did
over the years, a loyal supporter on piano at
which were also written by THURSDAY December 5
,
of the music of our city who most of her composition work.I .
!L helped lay the groundwork for asked her to tell me the storyof the composer). (Mass of preceding Sunday,

i "" _. .. the musical life we now enjoy, how she came to write it The first performance of the 2nd Prayer of St. Sabbas,

In home using Advent and over and above all this and what section of the Mass Mass was scheduled on Xovem Common Preface.)
Mrs. Elliott in her home
wreaths, two candles in the for 41 years the organist and she first wrote. And in her her 17. FRIDAY, December 8

wreath will be lighted on the director of the choir at St. very charming way: she beganto (Monsignor Nolan was the St Nicholas. (Mass of feast,
Gloria 2nd Prayer of preced-
1 The new apostles second Sunday of Advent by Paul's Catholic Church, 2609 talk about it. celebrant of the Mass that Sun- ing Sunday, Common Pref
j the oldest child in the family. Park St.-the only organistand day morning. In his sermon he
She was at the piano improvising ace.)
A* the candle burn the' director that the churchhas stressed how in keeping with
\ when she became
father of the family will lead ever had-there havea SATURDAY. December 7
you the tradition of Christian music
.Ii;j Missionary opens era of unity this prayer and the family picture of Mrs. Elliott.It very conscious definitely that emerging a theme from was and art It was, that the faith St Ambrose. (Mass of a Doctor of-
Gloria, 2nd Prayer
will respond Amen: was nice to recall old daysas the harmonic structure! and the ful organist of 40 years in the ,

I :. By Glenn D. Kittler On one hand. It cleared the there In order to celebrate Let us pray. 0 Lord, Mir up she talked about her early thought crossed her mind, parish had used her talents to preceding Sunday Common

| FATHER John Bapst could minds of those who would Mass on Sunday morning. He our hearts that we may prepare years at St. Paul's when that "That is the theme of a Eyrie." compose the Mass. The organ- Preface.)

tension growingin listen and brought numerous was seen as he entered the for Thy only begottenSon congregation worshipped in a ist, he said, dedicated this SUNDAY, December 8

I the town. A Jesuit, he had converts into the Church. On town. Several men jumpedhim. that through His com first-floor chapel of what Is Then the thematic material work to the honor and glory of Immaculate Conception of

,I been assigned to serve 33 mission the other hand those with An hour later they ing we may be made worthyto now the parochial school. began to crowd in upon her. God). the Blessed Virgin Mary.

stations In central Maine, closed minds were angeredthat dumped him, tarred, featheredand nerve Thee with pure Then she spoke of years She would waken during the Monsignor Nolan has requested (Mass of feast. Gloria 2nd

and he made his headquartersat the Priest should proselytize unconscious, at the rail souls. Through the same when she had worked with the night and find a theme in her that this Mass be sungat Prayer of 2nd Sunday In

Ellsworth. It was here that so openly. Argumentsbroke road station. Christ Our Lord. Amen. Friday Musicale in its artist mind and go to the piano and the Christmas Eve Midnight Adtcnt, Creed, Preface of

'i he felt the trouble brewing. out on the streets. The Catholics were furious. The candles will be lighted, series bringing to Jacksonville jot it down on manuscriptpaper service and again on Christmas the Blessed Virgin.)

They banded together and usually, and the prayer offered some of the greats of the con- (sometimes just on the
He believed that the resentment Father Bapst told the Catho-
were about to go out to track up at the daily principal cert stage. Across the bridgeof back of a program or a letter, Day.But Satellite projectMIAMI
against Catholics had Its lies.MDon't Just live the fame of the Mass has
argue. down the Priest's attackers, meal for the family. music we moved to the if she couldn't find manuscriptpaper
: roots in a lack of knowledge your religion. It is the best defense already spread through Irs.Elliott's .
when he told them: " " " present time, where we find she showed me some (XC)-A diocese of
about the Church. of the Faith have." sister In Texas and
you fulfillment in wonderful Miami high school has been
"There will be no fight. We our of these original first drafts).
choir members.
through
: Rather than avoid the Issue The strife Increased when are commanded by our Lord to Priest thinks U.S. Civic Auditorium with the Three weeks saw the completion designated the southern anchorin

he decided to meet it head on local leaders Instituted Protes- love our neighbors, to forgiveour wealth of musical programs of the Mass.It Requests have been receivedfor a chain of high school satel-

I S by giving a series of lectures tant services in the public enemies. I forgive these man on '- moon that Jacksonville now offers. Is written in four.part the music so that the Mass lite-tracing stations that may

about the Faith. This was an school and tried to force Catholic men for what they did; you We spoke of the building of harmony but with short solo can be sung In churches in El stretch to Maine.
wiseWILMINGTON Paso, Texas in Kitchner Ontario -
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audacious thing for him to do, students to attend them. must forgive them, too. If youso program LaSalle-Immaculata High
and the School of St.Mary's .
and It had two results. When Father's offer to conduct much as lift a hand against ; School, a coinstitutional school
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Change place staffed by Brothers of the
separate services for the Cath- them, you commit a sin. Priest-astronomer has said herea meeting
The music is very beautifuland Christian Schools and Sistersof
CanadanslaucledROME olics was rejected, he openeda Next morning Father offered successful man-on-the-moon the choir is excited about St. Joseph of St. Augustine
for
contemplated councilBy
mission school to which the
program would more than pay
Mass, and in his sermon singing this work written by agreed to take on the project
I XC) -Pope Paul VI children transferred. for itself by advancing scien-
again urged his people to guard one they know, love and ap several weeks The station
; praised the "happy spectacle Accused of dividing the town tific knowledge. Father Placid Jordan ago.
against! bigotry and to practice preciate.The will be in operating order for
; of unity and brotherhood" between Into factions, the Priest said: charity. Father Francis J. HeydenS.J. VATICAN CITY (NC-Authorities in charge of St.Peter's many friends of Mrs. the launching of the first Gemin !

English-speaking and ., head of the astronomy department basilica are anxious that it not be taken
"There can be town unity over again Elliott are eagerly anticipatingan moonshot In about two
F r en c h-speaking Canadians Reports of his sermon moved at Georgetown University
only when we respect! the differences as the meeting place of the ecumenical council a year from opportunity to hear the years. Work on the project
I during a visit to the Canadian quickly through town. A lead- Washington, told Dela-
which exist not to now. These authorities view the council sessions with the
try as making Mass sung composerat will begin in about two weeks,
college here on November 14. ing Protestant came to Father ware's junior science and humanities -
destroy them." difficult to fulfill the requirements of the large numbers the organ in the church for when the Institution's new
In a visit the same day to and said: symposium here the -
of tourists who wish to visit which it was written.Congratulations science building, now being
Rome's Dutch College, he But destructive steps were "You know, Father, we Prot- success of such a program the present council be closed
the church. It is also difficult Mrs. Elliott. erected Is completed.
praised the Dutch Church's taken when the mission school estants believe the same thing would shed considerable lighton after a third session to be reconvened I

"ecumenical spirit, missionaryeffort was bombed, then set afire. you Catholics believe about problems which have baffled to schedule properly many only after Intricate I

active laity and far- Had Father Bapst been able loving our neighbors. I'm truly scientists for ages. events such as canonizations.One problems now being raised in Visit Rome

sighted use of broadcasting and to remain in Ellsworth the sorry for the pains you had to Urging continuation of the plan now being consid- the council are thoroughly I

television technology In spread controversy that split the town suffer to become a living reminder United States project, Father ered as a solution to the problem clarified.

ing the Christian message." that winter of 1854 might have to us all of this Important Heyden opposed the views of Is to provide space for a There is one solid Indication Lourdes Fatima the i

The 'Pope visited the Cana- dissolved under the influenceof Christian tenet. I'd like to a number of scientists who council chamber in the build concerning the schedule of the ,

dian College to mark the 75th his own efforts to make drive you to Bangor, Father, have looked upon the lunar ing projected for the Vatican council for next year:

anniversary of its founding. Christian charity the foremost and I hope to drive you back project as a "mere propaganda grounds to accommodate the Holy Land in 1964!

Welcoming him were James virtue practiced by the Catholics here again someday." trip." collections of the Lateran :Mu- Pope Paul VI Is understoodto

r Cardinal McGuigan of Toronto but the missionary at Ban- News of the event reached seum. have told a group of Indian This year. join an American Express pilgrimage to
A successful lunar expedi-
; Paul Cardinal Leger S.S., of gor died and Father Bapst's Bangor before Father Bapstdid. These Include collections of Bishops whom he received in Europe. Travel with congenial companions to Rome,
tion. he said, would provide Information
audience
October the
31 that
I Montreal and Monsignor Ro- Bishop moved him there a re Protestants there awaited statues and other objects from on where an audience with the Holy Father has been requested .
impossible to secure international Eucharistic
; muald Bissonnette, S.S., rectorof placement.As him at his rectory. They gave ancient Rome, and must be congress through the North American College. A spiritual -
now from the best observational -
scheduled in
( the college. soon as he was out of him money to support his work, moved from the Lateran Palacein Bombay director leads your group to Rome,Lourdes,Fatima
technique
Pope Paul recalled having Ellsworth a resolution was a watch to replace the one lost downtown Rome to make from November 28 to December the Holy Land itself. A multilingual courier escorts you

visited Canada briefly and said passed at a public meeting that in the attack, and then held a He also said the moon couldserve room for consolidation of the 6 next year, need not necessarily through France,Italy,Germany,Portugal,Spain.ChOOI.

\ that he had had a glimpse "of he would be tarred and banquet to honor the remark- as an excellent base for offices of the Rome vicariate.The work.interfere with the ("oun.cil"s travel by Cunard liner or TWA jet, departures March

your sanctuaries, your varied feathered if he ever returned. able missionary who literally an astronomical observatory to thought in some circles is through September. Contact Jour travel agent or:

educational, charitable and Father Bapst could not bring practiced what he preached.By gain information unavailableto that the new building to house The Pope expressed the view

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Nov. 29, 1963

Pope urges

In Venezuela

support forPalestine



Reds try to obstruct electionsCARRACAS


BEIRUT, Lebanon (XC-

(NO)-Some been In great part responsiblefor areas and among the provincial Why are the communists seton Pope Paul VI has urged relief

three million Venezuelans go the land reform program. middle class, while Pietri and blocking the elections and ,, agencies to support the 'lm-
"
to the polls on December 18 Villalba's the Caldera vie for the big Caracas throwing the country into < : \,.j ; portant work" of the Pontifical
party, Union
to elect a president and over Republican vote. chaos? : Mission for Palestine.In .
Democratica
has
500 representatives in an been active in the opposition. Anyone pulling slightly over Control of oil-rich Venezuela, ".< a letter to the mission'spresident
election the communists one-third of the votes will win. Monsignor Joseph T.
are Besides its
own the world's second
it
strength, largest producer -
Ryan from Albany, New York,
In spite of the Red terror-
desperately trying to block counts on the help of some of that highly strategic the Pope praised the "efforts
bombings, street and
shootings
with a lightening terrorist communist leaders plus the commodity, has long been com and admirable achievements of
snipers-electioneering has
campaign. Socialist party and a few in- munl m'8 chief goal in the Ca- that mission which We helped
dependents.A gone on. About 94 per cent of
ribbean area. .This. plan., has "
Since mid-November, Red those eligible to vote have reg establish.
been aided the
fourth political group Is greatly by pres.encc
guerrilla activity has caused presenting a new-comer, Ar. istered. and actions of a Red government As substitute secretary of

20 deaths and wounded 70. turo Uslar Pietri, as its presi- Last August the Bishops I of in Cuba. state to the late Pope Tins XII,

' The Reds have harassed the dential candidate. It has the Venezuela, In a statement on Pope Paul helped organize the

country for two years. The backing of the upper classes the citizens duty to vote, said President Betancourt said mission In 1948 to help those

major issue of the electoral but, strangely enough, it also that the Church does not favor that "terrorist activities are made hungry and homeless by

campaign is who is to be is backing several extreme any party. But they warned carried out by agents trainedin .. !J7 $ Arab-Israeli hostilities.
blamed leftists. Catholics not to aid the com Cuba, not in an ideological _ & :? -p
for provoking or fight, but in the cowardly pro- "We exhort relief agencies
appeasing them. All four groups are appeal- munist came. gram of blowing up oil pipe ft everywhere to assist your mis-
Ing to different classes and
They told Priests to keep out lines, burning factories and --. j-, .. sion in accomplishing its important -
While y --- --
there are seven geographic regions. For in-
presIdential
of party politics and limit their bombing crowded streets." :work We address
three candidates in the race, stance, Caldera and Leoni advice to the purely pastoral His government has found Family welcomed to St. Charles parish OrlandoThe particularly those bodies to
only have
enough sup- seem to be stronger In rural
exhortation to vote as a evidence of whom this appeal was madt
patriotic large arms smug.
port to reach MIraflores, the dozen-member family of Joseph a mere infant, in St. Charles parish,
duty. gling from Cuba.Leftistoriented. from the beginning; the Cath-
: presidential palace. They are and Eleanor Callahan Orlando. : Charles A. Bartok
Other Catholic 'voices Venezuelanshave are pictured Monsignor olic Near East Association,

? Jovito Raul Leoni, Rafael Caldera and clergymen and lay people, pub- ample resources to effect above arriving in Orlando last pastor, expressed pleasure at the enrollment Catholic Relief Services-Na

Villalba. lications and radio programs- Improvements in social and week at the completion of their move of Rose :Marie, Cecilia, Rita, tional Catholic Welfare Con-

Leoni heads the Acclon have made repeated appeal to economic conditions. They are from Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Callahan Mary, and Annette, from the fifth ference, the Custody of the

'Democratica party now In the people to vote. Like the also. civic minded as shown recently accepted a position as a research through the first grades respectivelyat Holy Land, and the Equestrian

power and can claim some Bishops, they have repeatedly by registration polls. The communist scientist with the Martin Co., St. Charles School. Future studentsin Order of the Holy Sepulchre."

government achievements in called for an end to violence.In party, which polled and found a Winter Park home for his the Callahan family are Walter, 5

industrial development, tax spite of these warnings, only 6.23 per cent of the votes family of seven girls and three boys years old; Joseph, 4; Virginia, 2; John,

reform and Increased oil and some political factions have in the last congressional elec- ranging in age from the oldest, 10, to 1; and Susanna just four months old. St. AugustineFor
: Iron production. tried to use the Church and tion, has thus resorted to viol

violence continues. ence to stop democracy here.
I Caldera, an outstandingCatholic
social reformer, is Sports comment

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ocratic party, known In Venezuela -

as COPEI. Background disclosedof Morally Unobjectionable for "Plus Value"InsuranceAsk

class General PatronageTHE

The party Romulo has been Betanconrt's In presIdent Inquiry gives true famous football trade BRASS BOTTLE(Univ.)


coalition government, and has FRANK HOWES
answers sought on unity"GEE was late August, 1961, Morally Unobjectionable For
THIS Adults and Adolescents about

ORLANDO Bishop Ignatius Kung I wish that I could .. the San Francisco 49ers Joe FAMILY DIARY (Ital.)
.""1f.::. .. :":.>" were noggin-knocking with the Gulf Life's
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my holy Faith ;e Williams
WINTER PARK Shanghai Bishop "; 1; 1i New York Giants in an exhibition ( .)
with others, but I don't know .. ADAPTAPLAK-
>
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at Portland and Yalta- Morally Unobjectionable
how to go about It. Besides:, Father
Complete Pest Control said still aliveROME I'm anything but a theologian." boy Tittle was understandably experts'Tleupolnt For 6dultsIJO'.E
John
A.
WITH THE PROPER
lEWIS COBBEXTERMINATING (XC) -Bishop Igna- Haven't you, like millions of mystified. STRANGER (Para.)

CO. tius Kung Pin-mei of Shanghai -other Catholics, said this? If O'Brienship :: The Giants were pouring MAX'S FAVORITE SPORT
Here's the who ten
Is still alive but Is kept in- through the front man can
opposing ,
Incorporated 1946 so, there's a simple way In (Univ. Intl.) I you about Adapt-A Plan.
1320 Wilfred Dr.-P.O. HOT tIn communicado in a Shanghai rushing Tittle, even then a off with pure suiter's or bogus
: Orlando which you can achieve your THE CARDIXAL (Col.) Ask him how, with Adapt-A-
241-3106 mission
prison, the news agency brick.In .
Fides has reported here.A goal: set a good example by weathered veteran, upendinghim TilE CEREMONY (U. A.) Plan, an educational policy

living an upright life, loving. at Notre Dame, and I gota every now and then his very first> play as a Morally Objectionable in Part can also provide family of

Jewelers receipt (signed by the! God and your neighbor.This job there. During lunch hourI but all the while they were Giant (this was a week laterin For AHDEMENTIA retirement income. Set 1 kim

Gray's Rishop i showed that books!' and went each day with Louise a Los Angeles exhibition) NO. 13: today! .
will kindle interest In curiously mannerly and soli
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ing a non-Catholic friend about the 'Frisco quarterback's rIbs

' Fides also reported on November your Faith, give him some student the Nick DeVito to prayat and sent him into a whirring The Giants had lost the

16 that Father Peter Catholic literature, Invite him grotto of Our Lady and pin.. opener and were encounteringrough
: House for Sale Zie Zeng-sen- has'- die(cTih a to Mass, and then bring him to to the 5:10 p.m. Mass. There! is"* going with the Pittsburgh :

With Income Apartment Shanghai prison. He was Imprisoned an inquiry class or to a Priest an atmosphere of reverence on "And then the big guy apol. Steelers In the second

Opposite St. Charles Parish three times by the for systematic instruction. the campus, and I felt a closeness ogized," recalled Tittle. "1 putit game when Allie Sherman, in
to God that I had never down mutual consideration his freshman
Near communists, the agency said. Pray for your friend and encourage a year as coach
Church felt before.I for age. Andy was no Cub decided he could go no
him to pray for the
SchoolS BARNES grace of faith. In most cases was praying more than Scout either." further with Charlie Conerly.

Shopping Center this will lead the truth seekerto ever and learning more and Later Sam Huff stormed Tittle, beckoned off the bench,

I On Bus LineJ. DRAPERY AXD the baptismal font and the more about the Catholic I through and scored a direct hit proceeded to engineer a 17-14

F. Krizen FLOOR COVERING, Inc. communion rail. ligion. that stretched the QB full victory and the Giants were

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berg of South Bend, Indiana, was missing the greatest help gize. He tenderly lifted Tittle

who relates her life story In that the Catholic religion can off the ground and anxiously -
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FOR YOUR FASTENING NEEDS this manner: give the reception of Our asked: '1 didn't hurt" you, didI CATHOLICS OF FLORIDANOW

* I was raised a Methodist and Lord In the Holy Eucharist.I old buddy boy?

UNIVERSAL BOLT CO. sang in the choir and was active talked over the matter with Now that's not the way the A NON-PROFIT CATHOLIC FRATERNAL SOCIETY OFFERS
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the Robustellis and
I COCOA BEACH-NE 6-7076 Catholic fellowship.religion My Interest was kindled In the friends, and her mother. Huffs way play it.Tittle's LOW BUDGET HOSPITAL

"Why not take a course of Instruction
through dating Richard Mc- mind groped. Was
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Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres
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S The Florida Catholic Friday Nov. 29 1963
Priest gave President last rites ,

: "*

DALLAS (NC-The gun- the time of the assassinationhe There they were taken at .'. '-.+A'l Christians persecuted in

; shot that cut down Presi- like many other people in once to the President's bedside.As >

dent John F. this city, was watching the Father Huber offered
Kennedy sent
two Dallas Priests speeding presidential motorcade through prayers for the dying, many of Sudan, Bishop reiterates

Dallas on television. those present joined in the re
to the President's hospital
bedside to administer the Suddenly at 12:30: p.m. the sponses. By Patrick Riley

last rites shocking news came: the President Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy was VATICAN CITY (NC-A Sudanese Bishop has declared -

of the Church. and Texas Governor JohnB. at the President's bedside. .t,1 lv1 that there is "de facto persecution" of Christianity

The last rites were administered Connally had been shot. After he had administered the Ii I 1'- in that :Moslem-ruled African nation.
last rites to the President, Fa
to the Chief Execu- But the Ireneus Dud vicar
prelate-Bishop apostolic
Without .
waiting to be summoned ther Huber spoke to her and j.I
tive in Parkland Hospital by the two Priests rushed extended condolences. of Wau-pointed to a recent change of government policy

r Father Oscar L. Huber C.}!., to Father Thoml) on's car and 'She graciously thanked me 'S .- --,-- x that may bode well. He said that the government has allowed -

pastor of Holy Trinity sped some three miles from and asked me to pray for the t ) some missioners on home leave to reenter the Sudan.

church. He was accompanied their rectory to Parkland Hospital President. She appeared II' I Bishop Dud was speaking on

by an assistant pastor, Father which lies in the parish. shocked" he said. b ,.- the Sudan's revolution day, "At that time the Catholic

James N. ThompsonC.M. ...... J- November 17. This marks the J Church was running 350

American Bishops plan to fifth anniversary of the army :j schools with some 25,000 pupils
besides technical schools and
ii ;; t" coup d'etat that overthrew the
Father Huber said he Sudan's six! teacher-training centers. In
two-year-old
: parliamen- :
anointed Mr. Kennedy and adi implement i council's acts tary government. .addition, the Catholic Churchwas
ministered all the last running midwifery

'except Communion, which the .-. *. .- --- _. ...! The Sudan which won In- (courses, leper colonies, orphanages
ROME: (NC At the annual of the dependence In 19. 6. has since I
President could not receive." ) general meeting .... dispensaries and social '
Mr. Kennedy never regained Bishops of the United States held here recently they issued I > J been ruled by the eight million activities.
:
...,. : : t t Arabic-speaking, predominantly
( :
brief
consciousness a statement on which said -< ; :
liturgical
after being shot. plans : .>.<><;"':: .... :.
Moslem
people of its northern -roda- the total mini hop of
The Priest said he "did notknow" "The American Bishops will announce a course of -
region. Bishop Dud traced whether the Presidentwas action after study of the constitution De Sacra Liturgia.But Assumption mourns pastorPolice
the history of the government's i in the southern Sudan it ap
alive or dead at the time. this announcement will not until after the -
come liturgical escort was provided for the up for the funeral motorcade in frontof restrictions on southern Su- ]proximately Prie t!', 35

The prayers of absolutionand constitution has been nromuleated- bv. the Holv. Father." cortege last week from South Jack- Assumption Church, Jacksonville. dan's oOO.OOO Catholics and Brothers and 100 Sisters."

anointing said in Latin One of the new committees sonville to south of St. 120,000 Protestants. He said
by stablished the Catholic Welfare Conference at Augustine, as Monsignor Cloonan, who died Novem- : Bishop Dud pointed to the
the Priest, state: by Bishops will the Priests of the Dioceses in Florida rode ber 15 after 34 "In 1956 there were 207
undertake the same meeting.The years a Priest of the government's confiscation of
of J
study a program Priests in the South of whom \
40 miles ,
some to San Lorenzo Ceme-
"I absolve you from all censures to obtain accreditations prelates succeed on the Diocese, was buried on November 20. ;all)) 350 schools in the south In !

and sins in the Name of o[ f all seminaries and houses of board Archbishop Lawrence J. tery to attend the burial in the See The funeral Mass was offered in As- 11 were 25 Sudanese. (Now there 1937; and its gradual restrictionon
are Sudanese Priests There
the Father, and of the Son, and study! in the United States with Shehan of Baltimore and Bish- City of the remains of Monsignor i sumption Church that morning. were 100 lay Brother missioners ) I the movements of missionaries

of the Holy Spirit. Amen." a view to having all seminarians op Allen J. Babcock of Grand James B. Cloonan. Above, the cars line and 270 Sisters.- : even in their pastoral
missionary [
And: ] graduated from these Rapids who had served the per- work. He stated: I
missible five consecutive In Vietnam
j Institutions: one-
obtain officially "Assisting the sick and distributing -
"If you are living, may the year terms as board members.The .
]ecognized< academic
degrees. 1 medicines even In
Lord by this Holy Anointing members of the newly-

forgive sinned. Amen.whatever" you have.; Members Bridgeport Bishop of Walter, Bishop this committeere W.Francis Curtisf met elected and administrative organized following board Catholics forced to renounce Faithdefense :dispensaries Orphanages government were were orders.closed forbidden.downon

'
Father Huber said that at the general meeting of the
]F.[ Reh of Charleston, and By Father Patrick O'Connor 1 Buddhists "Besides have
Bishops. killing and demanded Catholic houses. Buddhists in system in the provinces we regretfully
(oadjutor Bishop Francis J. HUE Vietnam r\C- that they remove their that to record unjust dealings and
Editor Archbishop Patrick A. ( religious area are so intimidatedthat closest to the communist
mourned ]: of
San
Furey Diego. O'Boyle of Washington w a selected About 20 families who be- ] emblems.In they fear to be seen goingto North. Military revolutionary false accusations. Many missionaries -

: iv YORK (NC) -A Re- The second committee established chairman of the admin- came Catholics some four another village, a Catholic a Catholic hospital that has leaders, who have guaranteed -about 50 from 1956

quiem Mass was offered for I at the woman was seized and terrified been serving people of all to 1961 -were expelled from
meeting here Mill istrative board, a position he years ago have been forced : re freedom of faith and religious

Father John LaFarge SJ. author make a study of radio and television held last year. to renounce their Faith in a into accusing four Catholic ligions. It was constructed equality, wish to avoid all religious -the Sudan on this basis."

editor and champion of media to see how these The Cardinals of the United village northwest of here. men of murdering Buddhistsby with aid from Misereor, the conflicts. But new local He said that from October

interracial justice, in St. Igna- could he used for the best advantage States are ex officio membersof Catholics in Thua Thien j putting them into rice sacks German Bishops' relief fund. authorities in some places j 12; to March of this year, ILl

tius Loyola church here on of the Church. the administrative board.Consecration and throwing them into the The slander campaign that seem weak, either through in-
province, of which Hue is the nii :-ioner> were expelled) from
November 27. ,river This fantastic allegation goes with these attacks includes -
experience or fear of "the
the
Sudan "for unfounded
This committee will be headed capital, and adjoining -
has
of 1 been spread assiduously allegations that Priests crowd which is "
actually an
The Priest, a founder of by auxiliary Bishop John inces are being threatened, i It is probably the distinctive and Sisters have poisoned the aggressive minority certainlynot reasons.

the Catholic interracial movement A. Donovan of Detroit. Bishop scheduled falsely accused and bloodily 1 propaganda inventionof wells and that Catholics keep representative of authentic Catholic observers In neighboring .

in the U.S., died in his Archbishop Leo Binz of St. beaten. Some have been < the present anti-Christian guns and daggers to kill Bud Buddhism. 1 African countries in recent -

sleep at age 83 on November Paul and Archbishop John P. COVIN'GTON (NC) Consecration made prisoners. 'campaign. dhists. reports have said no missionaries

24 at Campion House, residence ody, apostolic administrator of BishopdesignateEdward Some have been terrorized In many villages now, Christians Significantly, the anti-Chris have been expelled

of the editorial staff of America of New Orleans, were elected L. Fedders M.M., 49, into taking down the Cruci- 1 are afraid to store ordi- tian campaign in the villagesdid Farmers consoledTIC.X i from Sudan in the past five

magazine of which he was new members of the administrative of the Juli prefecture nulliusin fix and religious pictures ]nary rice sacks in their houses.In not begin until about one : CITY (XC)-Pope months.
an associate editor, having board of Peru has been scheduled for
the National
one district headquarters week in The softening was attributedby
from the walls of their little some places 12 days, Paul VI has told "the immense
joined its staff in 1926.
December 12 in the Assumption homes. an official assured this correspondent after the coup that overthrewthe family of farmers" that the 1 some observers to fear on

Born In Newport, Rhode I Publisher dies cathedral basilica here. High i intimida-. J that no Catholicswere former government.The Church shares their cravingfor 1 the part of the Sudan government -
The Maryknoll missioner, a pressure held prisoners there. At of unfavorable reactionby
Island, in 18SO, Father LaFargewas a new and square deal.
the son of John LaFarge, DAYTON", Ohio (NT)-Requiem Kentucky native, has been tions are being applied to i that time a Catholic school pattern it follows and 1 Christian nations.

the artist, and Margaret Perry Mass was offered here last serving in the Peru mission for force Catholics converted in i teacher seized in another village the kind of accusations made "We see how often the returns -

LaFarge." He decided to be- week; for George A. Pflaum Sr., 19 years and has headed the recent years and those now was seen in the head. familiar to those who for your labor are not

come a Priest at an early age, hairman: of the board of Geo. prelature since 1957. under instruction to aban- 'quarters, not locked into a cell, watched the anti-Christian adequately proportioned to

but took a somewhat circuitous A. Pflaum, Publisher, Inc., Bishop John W. Comber don Christianity. 'but certainly under detention. campaigns) of Chinese communists your hard work and diligence," r4i91 tC".1 firm*

which publishes classroom M.M., Maryknoll superior 15; years or so i ago-lead he told farmers in a television
route toward his goaL He at- periodicals gen- All this has happened since Catholics have been beaten A. I1. CraIg Ron tended public schools and : used in many parochial eral, will be the consecrator, the recent revolution hat and tied with wire. Victims man to suspect communist in address on Italian Thanksgiving Ambulance Service

Harvard University, from grade schools. while Bishop Charles H. Helm- brought about a local as well Hvpunded by beatings in one fluence.In Day, a. day dedicated to VA 4-1673

which he was graduated in Mr. Pflaum, 60, died on November sing of Kansas City-St. Joseph as a national change of gov- village were reportedly refused I some of the villages the farmers. ST AUGUSTINE
18 and had and Bishop Henry J. Soen- treatment in the small
recently ernment. Contrary to official govern
new pressure groups have already "In fact, as the encyclical
1901.He ompleted 40 years with the neker of Owensboro will be co- assurance, the situation in the ment medical station to which L forced the hasty holdingof Mater Magistra of Our predecessor -

went to Innsbruck, Aus- ompany: :30 of them as its consecrators. Bishop RichardH. villages of this province has they had recourse.In elections to replace the exist- John XXIII shows, she
tria, to take his seminary In with Ackerman C-S.Sp., of Cov-
resident. cooperation I not improved in the past week.
ing village councils. The military concerns herself with the farmers'
Quang Trl province north
studies and ordained there ington will the I( Rk
vas the Catholic University of preach sermon. Out in the lonely countryside
of here revolutionary leaders have conditions of life and of
in July, 1905, and in November merica, he had organized the One of the Bishop-designate's this correspondent has touching the 17th par
decided that is well with the farm.ers'
rallel which divides South now no time to work as as
1905, joined the Jesuits. He Catholic Civics Clubs of America brothers is Father Albert V. visited a parish where a bandof t hold iPA1MSMEMCI1ALI
Vietnam from the general elections. Village state of sout"BEACH
worked in various parishes or with chapters in parochial I Fedders M.M., rector of Mary. young men descended upon communist- elections held
now are sure to
ruled North
as a chaplain until 1911. :schools.;. knoll, New York, Major Semin- two villages, obliged the Cath- the !situation is be affected by the climate of

ary. Three of his sisters are olics and catechumens to gather particularly disquieting.One and local MEMORIAL
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Christ the St. Edward
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PHONE 877-7524
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: 10:30. 12
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9 The Florida Catholic, Friday Nov. 29, 1963 sends
Pope messageto


Rites in Washingtonlay i + President Johnson



President to rest (Continued from Page One) nedy. Upon you and your children

"To Your Excellency and to We bestow in pledge of

: beloved American sustaining and consoling divine
the people
(C.atin.ed fr.m Page One) soul on the other. More than i
d: ; : We offer the expression of Our graces Our affectionate pater-
be thou dismayed. They that 10,000 reportedly were printed, sincerest prayerful condolenceson nal apostolic blessing."
wait the Lord shall re- but the supply was exhaustedby
upon the death in particularly Pope Paul told the President's -
new their strength they shall the time the Mass was over.
; xKt' tragic circumstances of President parents Mr. and Mrs.
mount up with wings as eagles; As the cortege disappearedfrom
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Joseph Kennedy:
they shall run and not be the cathedral, the throngswho cal
whom We had known per-
weary.:" had been standing on the "Our paternal heart sharesin
sonally and whose intrepid
sidewalks near it poured into jour Immense sorrow on the

As the body was borne from the church. Many knelt in I.V k 1 1"e character and high qualitiesWe tragic death of your son, John
carried to admired. We pray God to
the cathedral to be
prayer. Fitzgerald Kennedy, and, in
Arlington National Cemetery, grant jour Excellency as you
After the service at the cathedral assuring: Our prayers for the
the of the
the accede to presidency
band played
a military the funeral cortege 4.r [ eternal repose of his soul.
:
His choicest of
hymn, "Holy God, We Praise nation graces
Thy Name. proceeded to Arlington Na- t. guidance and strength." "We implore from God abun-
tional Cemetery, where Cardi- ,
o t} s dant of consolation and
At the Communion of the nal Cushing blessed the grave The Pope told Mrs. Kennedy: graces

Mass, Mrs. Kennedy joined by and recited final prayers. Toward comfort for you both and for
U.S. Attorney General Robert "We hasten to send you, beloved all the family, imparting to all
the conclusion of the
Kennedy and U.s. Senator Ed- daughter the assuranceof in pledge of that divine solace
the Cardinal sprinkled I
prayers
received the Our heartfelt sympathy in Our most affectionate apostolic
ward Kennedy,
holy water over the casket and
Holy Eucharist from the Car- referred to "the wonderful man : your deep sorrow, and of Our blessing."
fervent prayers for the eternal The Pontiffs message to the
dinal. Other members of the "
whom here
we bury today.
hfI.4 of the soul of husband brother
congregation also receied.Those repose your President's Attorney
At the the
graveside, flag
John Fitzgerald Ken- General Robert Kennedy, said:
in the congregation at which had covered the coffin
"With We send
sorrow
deep
the Mass and thousands out- was folded and handed to Mrs.
p' Our cordial condolences to.you,
side the cathedral were given Kennedy. lw ,
:t $ Four named to your parents and to the
specially prepared cards, printed -
When Cardinal Cushing fin family on the immense loss
s at the request of Mrs. Ken-
ished the prayers Mrs. Kennedy suffered in the death of your
nedy, bearing a likeness of the auxiliaries
lit an "eternal flame" that brother. President John Fitz-
and
side
late President on one
his- will continue to burn at the t gerald Kennedy, promising Our
of
the
for
a repose
prayer
head of John F. Kennedy's w.grave. U.S. Sees remembrance on the altar of

God for his eternal repose and
(Continued !rein Page One)

Daytona BeachCL she then stepped away, with Eternal rest grant unto John O Lord Barca and auxiliary to Bishop for the consolation of all his
George L. Leech of Harrisburg loved ones on this tragic be-
I the Attorney General holding During the singing of the Cos- people gathered at 8:30 a.m. that John F. Kennedy, who was killed Pennsylvania.Father reavement.'*

her hand. After shaking hands Pe j at St. Paul church, Jackson- morning for this Requiem High the day before. Bernard M. Kelly,
WIth members of the
2-1524 Daytona clergy ville, on November 23 all on the :Mass in Riverside to ask God to spiritual director of the sem Daytona Beach
the Kennedy family left the
alta and in the church stood. The grant eternal rest to PresidentMass inary of Our Lady of Providence -

WOOD'SFuel grave sIte. __, _----w"__.__'u.__.?_ Warwick Neck Rhode

Island, has been named titular

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-Forty more than a thousand 4 prayerArchbishop July ,

Expert Body and Fender Bishops and Italy's top leaders prayed for President JohnF. .G7. ,,,, .:-,...(,..

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I eeat..t .1 civil authorities about 1800. 1 Mil N..f St. Brendan
enamel yg 9,7ns The Mass was celebrated by chi and more than 10,000 Ital- .
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\ Patrick E. No- Banquet
_ ( .adJle: ) Francis Cardinal Spellman of ians and Americans were in wM'k Monsignor OR '7-14' Ormoad Beach
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of the Diocese of St. Augustine thronged to munity's non-Catholic_ leaders ing for peace, the. goal he set ,
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their parish churches all last week end to mourn the pass and citizens who joined with for the nation. 4 ?/ t
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ing of President John F. Kennedy. the Cathedral parish at the : : ?
had been invited
Mass. They Many at
Many persons went to Holy Communion at the Re- d r
through public media announcements
quiem Masses in the Diocese of St. Augustine. One of the
the day before. CommunionAll
deans remarked it was comparable in his parish to com- 14 :
Cathedral parish school chil- E
munion at :Midnight Mass on Christmas. dren came with their parentsto through the St. Augustine

Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, in his cablegram from the Mass.President's. deanery, which is North Florida t 1 S- 3

Rome to The Florida Catholic, expressed the loss to Priests Catholics thronged to their:. r > a wal

and their parishioners: churches, according to Mon. w 'y I : l yr w

"We are stunned and sorely stricken," said Archbishop signor. Patrick E. Nolan V.F.,
to when the be-
tragedy
Hurley, "at the tragic news of the assassination of our GodmotherThe came pray known.He .

beloved President.
hearts of local friends celebrated a Solemn Re-
"Our Diocese bows at his bier in fervent that : r
prayer went out especially to the St. quiem Mass at 830: a.m. on Sat ;

God may generously reward this valiant, servant, John Augustine relatives of Presi- urday which was attended by :

Fitzgerald Kennedy, and that our nation may be preservedand sorrowing parishioners from r '
dent Kennedy. The late Presi- kt iuJ
strengthened in this hour of sorrow. St. Paul parish in Riverside.His .

"Our hearts go out to the bereaved Kennedy family. dent's aunt, Mrs. George W. church was again throngedon

May divine comfort sustain them in this heavy trial. Connelly, nee Loretta Kennedy, the morning of the funeral. i

The people prayed for Pres- other a sister of Ambassador JosephP. By 11 a.m.,when he came out ,:
two Requiem Masses
the altar to the Solemn -
to begin
ident Kennedy and his family Kennedy, attended the Massin
offered in accordance with the Requiem Mass, the con-
and also for the new President the St. Augustine cathedralon
Holy See's special permissionto gregation was packed in the
of the United States, LyndonB. Monday.Mrs. .
church situation true
such Masses on a Sun a
say
Johnson and for the wel-
,
Connelly
was President throughout Jacksonville a t .
fare of the country. day for President Kennedy -
Kennedy's godmother in bap- Monday's Requiem Masses, he
The Chancery closed the were celebrated in St. Augustine
added. '
Catholic schools on the national on November 24:' one for tism. +

day of mourning. No- the Sisters of St. Joseph at the In the Cathedral pews with Communion in St. Paul's was S /S + 5 :

vember 25, proclaimed by convent of their motherhouseat Mr. and Mrs. Connelly were as universal almost as at Midnight 55"S
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President Johnson on the eve 7 a.m., the other at St. Agnes their son-in-law and daughter, Mass on Christmas, he SS

of President Kennedy's funeraL mission church of the Cathedral Mr. and Mrs. Matthew McCarthy

parish at 8 a.m. said.At ,
and their children. All the Mass, Monsignor No-

Cathedral Parish of St. An- On Monday, the Cathedralwas are Cathedral parishioners.The lan prayed for the new President
s
gustine led the way in mourn filled to overflowing for words of regret at the and for Congress in this

ing in this Diocese. the 10 a.m. Requiem High Mass tragedy all America suffered sad hour. All Americans, said S -.-.- .N'*1_;' _

celebrated by ...MonsignorBurns. through the assassination of Monsignor Nolan deeply de- Jacksonville .
Monsignor John P. Burns, President mourned in
pastor of the Cathedral arranged There was a draped President Kennedy went out plore the passing of a Presidentand

for three Requiem catafalque in the main aisle before not only from the Cathedral especially pray for the Requiem High Mass, above, in brant; Father F. Denis O'Regan, catafalque in the front of the

Masses in the See City edificeon the altar, symbolizing the pulpit, but around the Dioceseas country and for President progress within the sanctuary of deacon; and Father Daniel McCaul, church symbolized the coffin which

Saturday, the day after the coffin of the President. welL Johnson. the Church of the Immaculate Con- subdeacon. The downtown churchwas held the body of President Ken

President was felled by the The boys choir from the St. Monsignor Burns expressedthe ception in Jacksonville, was offered filled with worshippers, manyof nedy in Washington the same

bullet from the assassin's gun. Joseph Academy High School hope that the death would In Central for President Kennedy on November them service men from Jackson- morning.
sang the hymns of the High to bring about the re-
serve Florida 25 by Father M. J. Kelly, cele- ville Naval Air Station. The drapedof
Mass and the responses to Mon- newal "of our own charity
At CathedralHe
signor Burns he celebrated tended the
as
towards others. Monsignor William J. Mullal- by Holy See to cele-

was celebrant at a Requiem the Requiem. He asked that we push forward ly PJU V.F., of St. Paul Churchin brate Requiem Masses.

High Mass at 9 a.m. in State Senator Verle A. Pope as President Kennedy Daytona Beach, noticed the Then on Monday, starting at

the Cathedral on Sunday, and was one of many of the com- would want us to do in striv- pall of sadness in the state. 6:45 a.m., five Requiem Masses
were celebrated at St. Martha's
In his deanery, Masses were
Church. They were announced
offered in church.
every Sunday on the radio, and all
At his own parish church,
were well attended by mourn
the special Mass on Mondaywas ing citizens. .t,
w offered by Father Michael

Madden, because :Monsignor When the President died

Mullally was on tour for con school children vent home tI

firmation ceremonies. The Day and those who had learned

tona Beach people gathered in about the use of the flag put

the church by the flag-draped up their American emblems at

catafalque.Great half mast.
Y n
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crowds turned out for People dropped to their

"sf the special memorial service in knees in offices to pray at the '

Sara *ota's St. Martha Church very hour they heard he was _

last Friday evening at 8 o'clock. dead.
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They carried this genuine
Monsignor C. L. Elslander
grief into action in the nextdays 't.. _
V.F., pastor, sent the word 1.t .
listening to the radios _
through spot announcementson
watching the live television
ty l' the radio to the community,
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coverage of the nation in grief
and friends of all denomina-
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tions came to St. Martha's in
by entertainment or commer-
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.y .: Requiemson and memories crowded in. The President Kennedy's. inauguration
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x sxk SundayMonsignor Florida Catholic, dated on the On January 20, 1960, Senator JohnF. rostrum, who gave the invocation. The
day the President died car-
K Kennedy was inaugurated the 35th first lady, Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy is
Elslander led the ried his picture from Tampa
meditation and Father Hubert him President of the United States. On at the far left. To the left of President
showing accepting a copy .
j Sweeney C.P. gave a sermon. A of the first page of the oldest that occasion he is pictured making the Kennedy is his predecessor in office,

4 rosary for the dead was led by written records in the country. sign of the Cross with Richard Cardinal President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Father John Rodgers, followed The streamer of that issue Cushing, Archbishop of Boston, at

n ._ __mu____n_ / by Benediction of the Most only last week told of the
Blessed Sacrament by death in Jacksonville of a for-
Pope presents model of PietaOn given ber 18. On November 25, one spilled out into the street, Mon- shot,. the West Coast parishes,
Father Victorio Aguera. mer pastor of President Kennedy's -
week later, the Mayor of St. signor Mullins said. he said, showed their marks of
July 2, 1963, Pope Paul VI, left, of Michelangelo's Pieta which Pope Prayers were said on Sundayat family in Palm Beach- Petersburg was among the mourning. All parishes had

received in audience the President of Paul presented to him on his visit to every Mass at St. Martha's, Monsignor James B. Cloonan. great and the small who gathered Flags will he at J1U- faf In la1Ses.and an outstanding

the United States. President Kennedy, Vatican City and elsewhere in the deanerysome in St. Paul Church to attend St. Paul's' parish for 30 days, number of Communions was
of the Priests took advantage On West Coast
he reminded. He wa railed
above, admires the small reproduction the Requiem High Mass reported.In .
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To Mass, on feast of Christ the KingThis Late President brought to national- I-capitol building- I

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year, on the feast of Christ first time, for it was "John-John's" October 27 at St. Stephen's church- ".;. Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy, flank the U.S. armed forces carriedthe children and widow listened to the

the King, President John F. Ken first attendance at :Mass. President in Middleburg, Virginia. ed by Caroline, 6, and John Jr3, coffin up into the Capitol rotunda speakers who joined them in lamenting

nedy took his family to Sunday and Mrs. Kennedy and Caroline and \. are pictured at the foot of the for the public to pass by .the murdered PresidentDiocese

Mass to worship together for the John Jr. are pictured arriving. : steps of the Capitol as members and pay its tribute.. The orphaned .





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of the Diocese of St. Augustine thronged to munity's non-Catholic leaders ing for peace, the goal. he set

their parish churches all last weekend to mourn the .pass and citizens who joined with for the nation. 1 : .,

ing of President John F. Kennedy. the Cathedral parish at the t

:Many persons went to Holy Communion at the Requiem Mass. They had been invited Many at \w

Masses in the Diocese of St. Augustine. One of the through public media an- L -
nouncements the day before. CommunionAll
deans remarked it was comparable in his parish to com- -4
Cathedral parish school children
munion at Midnight Mass on Christmas. came with their parentsto through the St. Augustine : H 1 r

P. in his deanery, which is North FlorI-
Archbishop Joseph Hurley, cablegram from the Mass.President's. T t
Rome to The Florida Catholic, expressed the loss to Priests da, Catholics thronged to their tr"R
and their churches, according to Mon Ii t 1 Rs
parishioners: x r'tt, y1 ; f
"We are stunned and sorely stricken," said Archbishop signor Patrick E. Nolan V.F., r ..
to pray, when the tragedy be-
Hurley, "at the tragic news of the assassination of our Godmother
known.He .
came
,
beloved President. ty M.
The. hearts of local friends celebrated a Solemn Re- i a 4t
"Our Diocese bows at his bier in fervent that
prayer went out especially to the St. quiem Mass at 8.30 a_m. on Sat- ;t .. ..1.lr' .
God may generously reward this valiant, servant, John urday which was attended by
Fitzgerald Kennedy, and that our nation may be preservedand Augustine relatives of President sorrowing parishioners from r

strengthened in this hour of sorrow. Kennedy. The late Presi- St. Paul parish in Riverside.His ttttr
3i
"Our hearts go out to the bereaved Kennedy family. dent's aunt, Mrs. George W. church was again throngedon

May divine comfort sustain them in this heavy trial. Connelly, nee Loretta Kennedy, the morning of the funeral. i .

The people prayed for Pres- two other a sister of Ambassador JosephP. By 11 a.m., when he came out a- rw-- r v ..4 1
Requiem Masses V'ay't1
to the altar to begin the Sol-
ident Kennedy and his family Kennedy attended the Massin :
offered in accordance with the emn Requiem Mass, the con-
and also for the new President the St. Augustine cathedralon 9
Holy See's special permissionto gregation was packed in the
of the United States, LyndonB. Monday.Mrs. .
church situation true r
Johnson, and for the wel- say such Masses on a Sun- a > i
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PresidentKennedy's
Connelly was throughout Jacksonville a t
fare of the country. day for President Kennedy _
godmother in bap- Monday's Requiem Masses, he 6
The Chancery closed the were celebrated in St. Augus-
added. s
Catholic schools on the national tine on November 24: one for tism. er'

day of mourning November the Sisters of St. Joseph at the In the Cathedral pews with Communion in St. Paul's was

25, proclaimed by convent of their motherhouseat Mr. and 3Irs. Connelly were as universal almost as at Midnight

President Johnson on the eve 7 a.m., the other at St. Agnes their son-in-law and daughter, Mass on Christmas, he :

of President. Kennedy's fu mission church of the Cathedral )Ir. and 3Irs. Matthew McCarthy -
neral. parish at 8 a.m. said.At
and their children. All the Mass, Monsignor Nolan

Cathedral Parish of St. Augustine On Monday, the Cathedralwas are Cathedral parishioners.The prayed for the new Presi

led the way in mourn- filled to overflowing>> for words of regret at the dent and for Congress in this

ing in this Diocese. the 10 a.m. Requiem High Mass tragedy all America suffered sad hour. All Americans, said --- -

celebrated>> by onsignor Monsignor Nolan deeply deplore Pid't-m;
Monsignor John P. Burns, through the assassination of "urned in JacksonvilleRequiem II
pastor of the Cathedral arranged Burns. Therevas a draped President Kennedy went out the passing of a Presidentand

for three Requiem catafalque in the main aisle be- not only from the Cathedral especially pray for the High Mass, above, in brant; Father F. Denis O'Regan, catafalque in the front of the

Masses in the See City edificeon fore the altar, symbolizing the pulpit, but around the Dioceseas country and for President progress within the sanctuary of deacon; and Father Daniel McCaul, church symbolized the coffin which
coffin of the President.The Johnson.
Saturday, the day after the well. the Church of the Immaculate Con- subdeacon. The downtown churchwas held the body of President Ken

President was felled by the boys choir from the St. Monsignor Burns expressedthe ception in Jacksonville, was offered filled with worshippers, manyof nedy in Washington the same
Joseph Academy High School that the death would In Central
bullet from the assassin's gun. hope for President Kennedy on Novem them service men from Jackson- morning.President .
sang the hymns of the High serve to bring about the renewal -
Florida ber 25 by Father M. J. Kelly, cele- ville Naval Air Station. The draped
Mass and the responses to Mon "of our own charity
At Cathedral]
signor Burns he celebratedthe tended the
as towards others. Monsignor William J. Mullally by Holy See to cele-
He Requiem. He asked that push for- brate Requiem Masses.
was celebrant at a Re- we PJL, V.F.. of St. Paul Churchin
quiem High Mass at 9 am. in State Senator Verle A. Pope ward, as President Kennedy Daytona Beach, noticed the Then, on Monday starting at

the Cathedral on Sunday and was one of many of the com- would want us to do. in strive pall of sadness in the state. 6:45 a.m., five Requiem Masses
t
were celebrated at St. Martha's
In his deanery, Masses were .
Church. f
They were announced
offered in every church.At .
Sunday on the radio, and all
his own parish church,
were well attended by mourn-
the special Mass on Mondaywas ing citizens. te
offered by Father :Michael

r F J Madden. because Monsignor When the President died,

Mullally was on tour for con school children went home -
q"x .+ firmation ceremonies. The Daytona and those who had learned '

t Beach people gathered in about the use of the flag put x "

the church by the flag-draped up their American emblems at 4 !

catafalque.Great half mast.

crowds turned out for People dropped to their r

the special memorial service in knees in offices to pray at the "t r n _

Sarasota's St. Martha Church very hour they heard he was ___

last Friday evening at 8 o'clock. dead. .

They carried this genuine :
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Monsignor C. L. ElslanderV.F.
grief into action in the nextdays
I ., pastor, sent the word .. _
listening to the radios \r.
through spot announcementson
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watching the live television
T the radio to the community, ,w. ; .
coverage; of the nation in grief, -L : _
v '" and friends of all denomina- :-
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uninterrupted on any network r0
tions came to St. Martha's in .
memoriam. by entertainment or commercial _

advertising.
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r Requiemson and memories crowded in. The Kennedy's inaugurationOn

Florida Catholic dated the
SundayMonsignor on January 20, 1960, Senator JohnF. rostrum, who gave the invocation. The
day the President died, car-
R'k Elslander led the ried his picture from Tampa Kennedy was inaugurated the 35th first lady, Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy is

meditation and Father Hubert showing him accepting a copyof President of the. United States. On at the far left. To the left of President.

Sweeney C.P. gave a sermon. A the first page of the oldest that occasion he is pictured making the Kennedy is his predecessor in office,

rosary for the dead was led by written records in the country. sign of the Cross with Richard Cardi- President Dwight D. Eisenhower.shot .

Father John Rodgers, followedby The streamer of that issue nal Cushing, Archbishop of Boston, at

... .' ....,. .. _,... Benediction of the Most only last week told of the
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Blessed Sacrament given by death in Jacksonville of a for-
I Pope presents model of PietaOn ber 18. On November 23, one spilled out into the street Monsignor the West Coast parishes,
Father Victoria Aguera. mer pastor of President Kennedy's -
week later, the Mayor of St. Mullins said. he said showed their marks of
July 2, 1963, Pope Paul VI, left, of Michelangelo's Pieta which Pope Prayers were said on Sundayat family in Palm Beach- Petersburg was among the mourning. All parishes had

received in audience the President of Paul presented to him on his visit to every Mass at St. Martha's, Monsignor James B. Cloonan. great and the small who gathered Flags; will be at half-staff: in Masses and outstanding

the United States. President Kennedy, Vatican City. and elsewhere in the deanerysome in St. Paul Church to at- St. Paul's parish for 30 days, number of Communions was
of the Priests took advantage On West CoastSt.
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To Mass, on feast of Christ the KingThis Late President brought- to national caoitol. building J .

year, on the feast of Christ first time, for it was "John-John's" October 27 at St. Stephen's church_ Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy, flank. of the U.s. armed forces carried children and widow listened to the

the King, President John F. Ken first attendance at Mass. President in Middleburg, Virginia. ed by Caroline, 6, and John Jr., 3, the coffin up into the Capitol rotunda speakers who joined them in lamenting -

nedy took his i family to Sunday and Mrs. Kennedy and Caroline and ; are pictured at the foot of the for the public to pass by the murdered President.Diocese .

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