The Florida Catholic
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079916/00154
 Material Information
Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
notis - ADA7571
lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00154
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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During the busy season of Wrist,watch miraculous med
Christmas', it is sometimes impossible als in solid 10 karat gold for PETERSBURG !
to visit a specialty only $1.50 and sterTIng silver

1St. shop long enough to browse for 39C.
into corners, much less to get At Ifrmathigfr's 31 en's
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acquainted. So during my "W ar they have a unique ,
trips to see advertisers, I item-a "battery 'operated letter jS. *
found come ideas which opener And, it really
might be of interest to you. works!

If you have ever wantedto T. K. 'Smith's have a cute
: see a tremendous, selectionof i t e m for,the tots. A little
fine blouses, The Florida Santa on a wooden base with
Petersburg mouse Shop has it. Over 2,000 throw rings. For special trim- tit
blouses from beautiful hand ming And decorating ideas,
embroidered 'imported P.K.'s have their Tri Teria
blouses, to the little all-pur tables all set up for your inspection .
pose blouse "fiss CreedoM, ey.ty. OF ST. PETERSBURG
the owner, is a particular buyer
I saw a clever item at The Crossroads Shopping
and interested in, bringingthe
Happy Nome (Tyrone "Shopping Center
finest possible merchan- Center) for the men. It clIt utur
dise to her customers.On '
tool Precision FREE 1,000
is a miniature set, -
.t Central Avenue at about made and only 125. Ian l' Jtt.

Nineteenth Street is TropicalFurs Mr. Sarrl, the owner, once TRADINGSTAMPS
where you will find the suggested a box of Mrs. Steve 277 Central Ave.
owners, Mr. & Mrs. Mogel. ens candies to us and after
:Mr. Mogel does all his own Telephone 894-4308
H/f 3S sampling it V rc too, highly When You Open Or Add To
designing and cutting and recommend it as the most de- In
ST PETERSBURG Your Savings Account
will the in-
gladly explain ,
licious Chocolates you can The Amount of $500. 'or
tricate details of choosing a buy.There More December I Thru 20.
fine fur istole.
are many more shops TTa....c Stamps .f Tour Oh.l*.
r There were many interest- and many new ,items but 'T.. X*.ii r Am..t.

ing items at The Catholic rather than tell all 1n detail, WtI.DDTO 7.r .<_."t
R 'Shop and of special interestto why not drop by. Our advertisers -
me was the delightful collection are happy to *see .you 'Dollar Trading
of religious sterling and just a little reminder, tell Amt Stamps of
silver charms, including The them you saw it .in The Florida Your Choice
Last Supper. Sacred Heart, Catholic. r ADD RECEIVE
Guardian Angel and many Merry Christmas! $10000 1002QDo0
more Mr. &'Irs. Gebbie also 200
have a large selection of pa- 300 JDO 300
tron saint -charms from 'St. '400.00 400
Jude, St. James, St. Francis, I ST. PETERSBURG 590,00trt 1,000
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and even St. Dorothy priced T" nip. J.toe Htampn
/J' from"$$1 25 to:$,1.00.: The love- i FUR SPECIALISTS SAVINGS INVESTED BY

I Lovely : ly Creed Tosaries in sterling DEC. 20 EARN
silver with black beads wouldbe : EVERY WOMAN SEES FURS IN FROM THE 1st
Delicate AirEmbroidered A nice gift for the men. ; HER SUGAR RUM DREAMS
Also in the Creed ,are com-
with scalloped: \ silver 'rosaries. COME NOW ,0 Martin J. Roess,
'.. applique over lace. \ plete sterling IN FOR OUR President '

Blouse Illustrated ?$18.95 ; I PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE .

Others from._._._ 5.95 \ A GUARANTY .
STzes' 30 to 44 "Furs are our Heritage"FNB
10% discount for mentioning -*
| floridablouse I i ] AVAILABLEPHONE 862-86S8 : ASSOCIATION& LOAN

1941 CENTRAL AVE. Tyrone Boulevard (Alt. 19)T )
I ST. PETERSBURG T 22nd Avenue North

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space-age technology:

organvalue Christmas season youcan time. RAY 5IEARS JEWELRY -
find plenty of gift ideasin at 14 N. Orange in Orlando YOUTH CENTRE JNC.

the many stores located in suggests a Caravelle watch For Your Christmas Shopping Needs

Orlando and Winter Park. which is made by Bulova, as
wildest INFANTS to TEENS
your To begin the Christmas season a gift for some youngster in
\ dreams! you will need to have. your family. Open Monday and Friday Nights ,
PHONE GA 2-6338
plenty of Christmas cards to The ideal gift for the family
I mail to relatives and Friends. would be a Zenith Color


Winter park carry a com & TV. What better way

plete line of Hallmark and to watch the special event

Gibson Christmas cards.If telecasting then on a color 1 CARAVELLE

you have a youngster on TV set. Of course ASSOCIATED
your gift list then you should carries a complete line A PRODUCT OF
1 stop in at the YOUTH CEN of TV's and appliances. f/CSt BULOVA

TRI at 66 N. Orange in Or- ,
If have
you -a young man
lando and pick out a gift of
away at college he might finda low
clothing. stock
They clothes HONDA CYCLE just the
" THE 6221 for children from infants to
thing for his campus travels.


O'HEIR'S FINK FOODS in able in Orlando at 2300 S.

l 'i' i0. IACLImaglnel Maitland tells me they will Orange A\"e. and in Daytona quality = .
ship quality citrus or other Beach at 236 Ridgewood,

I An electronic organ you food gifts to your friends Holly Hill.
can play as cither a chord or spinet
I organ at 1M flick of s witch .. around the country. Why For that special someone, watch MOVEMENT
with two 37-rtott keyboards and 13- don't you send some Florida
i note pedal clavier eJWuilite!: a fine watch from KINARDJEWELERS
walnut cabinetry ..plus UvUHngmerbertUon citrus .to your friends for
.located at 143
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N. Orange in Orlando would
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There i<; always someoneon :. .
be the perfect gift. If you're
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Inygin list that you don't for desk accessoriesfor
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I from$495.00) quite know what they would the office or borne then

f like for Christmas. If this 'is stop in and see Jim Blake at

McKinneyMusic Ihe case, then might"I suggesta JIM BLAKE OFFICE 'SUPPLY i I ...+.

Co. gift certificate from DICK- Winter Park.
SON & 1VES, Central Florida's :. ri
( 1999 W Fairbanks quality fashion store.A ries a complete line of appli- -
I Winter Park gift of jewelry is always Maybe automatic
I ances.' an
I appreciated a t Christmas dishwasher would be 'the per

fect gift for jour wife or shy :,.... 6
I WHAT BETTER WAY TO mother. If .so stop in at ,

JEWELRY. Make music . '
._ ;t., THAN WITH A GIFT OF An easy way to put .
t into the home is to buy the Distinctive
I I HART SWALSTEAD family ,an Electronic Organ. styling plus rugged
*hock-r sl$tant con.
)(d IXX.\- JIUSIC CO. in structlon. Precision.
FROM ON'LV Jeweled l movement.
Winter Park carries a complete

I Gift Headquarters This Christmas line of musical gifts.

For Christmas dinner or
I 28 North Orange Ave. Orlando for any special occasion, the $1095"us

1 At Entrance to San Juan Hotel CHEKHY PLAZA HOTEL offers

the finest in cuisine.

Make your plans now to en-

i-!I = : joy a fine dinner soon at the

C. CHERRY PI.7.A .\.
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made-to-measure suit

i at 119 E. Colonial in
Orlando might solve that gift q fll .
I problem for the man who de- .ecV2

I sires something special. w

I I Winter Park's STANLEY

find the electric
place to 1I
y : .Y : ,
powered saw or drill for the -

handy-man on your gift list.

< For that cherished Christ
tj -
mas gift, HART SWAG r

-.. Orange suggests a fine pieceof .
4; jewelry a ring, necklace e.cl1Aalt

4 or bracelet. .E.s.
tiny and so vracti.cat.
COLOR TV For nieces or nephews or too. S.ck.'K .
Facts to Consider When You Purchase in the North Stant."redPItlIlC. Cla... VOLCAMA. Pay grandchildren a si*n.j.w..d sic .C much 17
1. A..oeiated ..M tb. tint ('.lor TV ..ld in Orlando. lU5 design plus c so
Orlaad. draer. unique gift 'would be a Miniature mownaent.$ the stamina ofshock.resistant ""ewe movement;water
:. A..eiated ha. ..*d m.re f.hr T1 Iha any other proof:shock-reslspntt;
Florida Orange Tree. construction. Pre. full numeral" luminous
2. Zenith C.I.r TV i..the area.
Larte.t .elertioa .f cislon jeweled dial; expansion brac.snovemsntf1L9i .-
? '.. t. C.aipl.te .ernee deparlmeat f.r .aPert .en lee -all thee latet CIRCUS FRUIT DRINK of let. S22.9*
. .4'..s wiMae.t. Orlando provides a special of
t;J;':. .. fair>atltaeti.n deallas.tt.araatred a.k J..r weichh.r .ter S! Jean .t fer. The next time you are at Diamond? Specudiit Since 1916IflJ14I

t l.. e t priee t. baser.xi4 the grocery store look for
Osr q.aatlty ba inx P.wer a
:; -" .- e'rieadlj, resrte.va, rip riracrd Ne w.ew.t CIRCUS FRUIT DRINK or
Tau any BLUEBIRD: product andsend RN

: a Lacatty .waed aad peralyd.Is. a living Orange tree for
dot brf -
Free h.me trial -we won't be mad it s.r Christmas.One .
4' wa he, hat a.t .wad.
little reminder, when

you are Christmas shopping 14 N. Orange Ave .' _
remember to let the mer- '
Orlando. Florida
chants know that you appre-
ciate their advertising in the

Florida Catholic. Nay you
2113( N. Orange Open Mon. & Fri. Nites GA 2-2514 J have a happy and joyous Ace Phone GA 2-3652
: GA i ]case Crystal aet care i intact prbs plui-
r--e' M9 N. Orange Open Mon. & Fri. Niles Christmas.


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the third week in Advent closes with the Vigilof lof the faithful at Communion.The A blessed candle can be used, tion reaches its height. This Is
DURING the 0 Antiphons Christmas. spirit of the Mass for placed in a holder covered with the great Ember Day of the

begin. Starting with December During this week occur the the day can be repeated at the! a ribbon of blue and gold. The Winter cycle.In .
family meal, especially if thereis incandescent loveliness of the
17 and for the seven days preceding ember days of Advent. The an advent wreath used. candle and flame is a fitting ancient days the celebra-
the birth of Christ this observance of these fasts sanc- expression of our special veneration tion lasted from early evening
Again, on Ember Friday, the until morningsymbolical
series is chanted at the Mag-- tifying the different seasons : of Mary, the bearer of Sunday -
center of the celebration might. in itself of the theme of
of the traced to the
nificat of Vespers, sometimeswith year Is the Son of God.
first centuries of the Church. well be the Advent wreath l the Mass: from the darkness of
the ringing of bells. Al- with its three burning candles. In the Ember Saturday Mass Advent into the light of Christ-

though the author is not known The Golden Mass (Missy proclaiming the approach of the Advent spirit of anticipa mas.

they are generally consideredto Aurea) is the title for the Mass the Messiah. Some light a spe- - - -
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date from the ninth centuryor for Wednesday of Ember Weekin cial Advent candle on this day
earlier. In some churches Advent. It commemoratesthe to express symbolically the'
others were added, bringingthe moment when Christ as- words of the Ember Friday lesson Customs of Christmas

total as high as twelve. sumed human nature and re- : "There shall come forth a
Each one is addressed to Christ enacts this mystery of the In- rod out of the Root of Jesse,
and begins with the exclama- carnation at the consecrationupon and a flower shall rise up out Reflect on BlessingsROME
tion "0." the altar and in the hearts of his root."

(NC-An old Roman custom, out of use since
1Irsimt2l the late 19th century, was revived in the 1960s when the

statue of the Child Jesus of the Church of the Ara Coeli
( II .
: GIVE A was carried to the orphanage operated by the Franciscan;
Cnta=Q I Sisters of Maltal.
Famous art
I GIFT In the 18th and 19th cen-
.rtl I turies it had been customary to Fra Angelico, famed Dominican
t carry the statue in processionto artist, painted a Nativityscene
I the orphanage to presideover more than 500 years ago
the distribution of gifts. that is still considered by manyto
: To theFLORIDA The Child Jesus has a IeeialCllrh.tmas be the loveliest and most
Name significance in Europe spiritual conception of the In-

: I CATHOLIC since it is to Him that many carnation. At that time it was

Address..._........ children write, listing what acclaimed as the most natural
I they want to receive as gifts and beautiful representation of

City_______.......-...Zone. I $4.00 a year during the holidays.The Bethlehem ever conceived and
today more copies are
old custom was revivedby reproduced
State the Italian Red Cross which for Christmas cards than
I Mail to Box 3551 I. Orlando Florida distributed gifts donated, by any other paintin"Apple's .
Your Name Rome's school children.

older times an apple was
always found on the Christmastree
".- -, to signify that the apple
by which Adam and Eve had
sinned and lost paradise had
been made harmless when

Christ came on earth to redeemthe
; human race.
Star of charityLong
Vtl Din sy ago in Holland it was
I customary for a procession of
young men to pass through the
streets just before Christmas,
r; collecting money for the relief
.of the aged and the helpless.
I They carried with them a large
.silver star upon a standard and
1 to all whom they approachedthe

1 star stood for charity animated
y Fun to give...fun(lo gef...because 1J J by the thought of the

"ti \electric gifts keep on giving convenience, ]Divine Infant of Bethlehem.

i. comfort,fun and entertainment throughout
Home of crib
the year and for years to come.So visit
The town of Assisl in central
'. your electric appliance dealer's showroomsoon.
\ J Italy has changed little in ap-
.His suggestions will help you pearance since the Middle Ages

Give Better...Electrically I ;when it acquired fame as the
home of St. Francis who is the
j father of the Christmas crib
":<". CHARCOAL LIGHTER CLOCK since the 17th Century.
;;. commerce or industry -
; DUTCH OVEN EGG COOKER FAN I Belief helps men
,/ .,'" FREEZER FRYPAN GRIDDLE 't :1J: HOT DOC ROASTER HOTPLATE HAIRDRYER ]light wherever he lives his
THE YEAR .....:ff,Y HEAT LAMP IRON(STEAM&DRY) JUICER ]life among men.
..-.ek"",, ..:?- KNIFE SHARPENER tAMP MLXEK Your best
''ii'ffi .? ;;; Christmas gift Is
.W i!
,.., "'>;';;"'';;;0>'- OUTDOOR LIGHTS RADIO RANGE 1 to proclaim with reverent joy
..' RECORD PLAYER REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER your, belief in the Christmas
o x A oil ROASTER SHAVER STEREO HI-FI TELEVISION :Star and in its ultimate earth-
TOASTER TOOTH BRUSH TOYS VACUUM CLEANER ,wide, full, heavenly blessings

t to mankind. And a very real
7 fg / Christmas:; gift you can give to
liiB people you do not know, or

a that all believe
prayer they
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Books make good St. Petersburg .


'''''' ''''' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''# Christmas GiftsDAUGHTERS
i & MEN'S i

# Clinic: Vitality Miller Weyenberg I IST
OF ST. PAUL. ings offered as a calendar for () !)
"O'Iel 4a-Years in St. Peter"u'9' I :;1 Stories of- Saints- forBoys the year 1961.WAGENKNECHT. I,(
: -- : and Girls. (St. Paul Editions.,,
.' 7r'., : cloth, 5.; paper, $-1)}. Stories Edward,
editor. Stories
of Christ
\ and
for children of the'middle- and
t. Christmas (McKay. G95)! fJ
r grades.ISO1vQVAN
: upper
.. .
Anthology of 36 selections containing .
.: .... ..SHOE'STORE....:.... .. :' .' .'. : HOBETRT: X, stories of the: first
6 < < PT109 John F. .
: ;. :Kennedy !n Christmas and of modern fictional -
: World War. IL (FdWCett. 50*. "variations; .
641 CENTRAL AVE., ST. PETERSBURG 862-135S: paper)'. First, complete' authorized -
account of the latePresident's : ,
The Variety ot Catholic Atti
wartime adventures ;<.."
tudes. (Herder'& Herder.
with an introductoryletter
$3.50Historical and contemporary
by him.
- treatment ot the Christian s
\1 FORD LAUREN Christmas personalist approach tomodern
Book. (Dodd, Mead. $150)). Full problems. Imports
'0O : color and black.and white"illus
( 05V trations accompanied by a mod GOWNS
ified version of St. Luke's Gas Shepherd's.Reward. (Ives,
S\\\ Washburn. $2.50).
pel Story. TheNativity KNITS
f story in verseWILLARD
Ethics-ia Business. (Sbeed and -
2823 Central Ave. St.. Petersburg Ward.' $3.95)). Comprehensivesurvey. Came to Kent. (Double-
day. $2.95). Historical novel of
862-2212 -AFINE *
St. Augustine of Canterburyfor
HATCH, ALDEN. A Man children in grade schools.
Named. John. (Hawthorn. FURS,
:I $4JD5). Illustrated biography of

| Happy; House Shop .:. :Pope John XXIII. MAKE IT A and

2 : To: Light A Candle. MERRY JEWELRYA
Featuring : (Doubleday. 4.50. Popular
| Famous MRS STEVENS CHOCOLATES : autobiography by the founder CHRISTMAS
gift, from Clementine'sis
I Gifts Cards :. of the Christophers.
j Quality Greeting 52 WEEKS A YEAR
: STROMWALL, MARY. W. a gift of distinction.

: Press. $1.95)). Reader for preschool
I Collects Utility- Phone & Electric Bills : and lower grade chil TO

JS Hours A.M. : dren. too irs: > enlt
10 9 P.M. CLOSED SUNDAYS : .- :

Pizarro, Finder of Peru. (Mor
row. $2.75))._ Account for children CATHOLIC St. Petersburg
i 8-to 12 of one of the early

Spanish conquistadores.TUTT .
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Call Him' Santa Claus. (Lo- The Beautiful Missalby.
throp,.Lee and Shepard. $2.75)). "r'
Story .of St. Nicholas for pre- Fulton J. Sheen $7.50 .
schooL and early grade chil ;. ,,
dren. St. Joseph's Sunday and ." '
lb 4 ..t ROSAGE,..DAVID E...Lettf' & i
at Missal
to an Altar Boy. (Bruce. 951. Daily $

paper). Popular essays .illustrated .
in black and: white. 'Other Missals and prayer books from $3.50

:?i. S H.E E D, WILFRID; The i
Hack.'(Macmillan.$4.95). Novel .
dealing with a sentimental religious YOU EXPECT MORE FROM

writer who has doubts
about 'the literary value of. his 1
WATTERSCentrai '
work. :

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MMwiY-' -s=w.. verse Books: '200. ;apt: Re-.
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New YorkerImage gave U.S.

F1I ,g'A G.THOJJC Bl of Santa Claus


children-and all the young of heart-love Santa ,

GUIDESt. Claus. A man named :Moore, without malice, robbed him

of his episcopal office. But his Santa Claus is resplendentwith

goodness.To .
be sure even the real St.
From St. Nicholas was tremen-
Nicholas has no direct connection
dous. There came an avalancheof
with the true celebrationof
St. Petersburg Christmas-the birth of requests for the name and St. Petersburg

Christ-but he does testify to news of the autnor, and for
the inspiration his symbolism permission to reprint the

evokes-that the good that is verses. It was 1820 though,
11 in man has not been lost. before :Miss Butler established

4. The molding of the universal Moore's authorship.

figure in this country took Oddly enough, although writ- Ermafinger's

>r place on Christmas eve, 1822, ten for children, A Visit FromSt.
dam in a gracious three-story houseon 320 First Ave. NorthSt.
Nicholas didn't begin to appear -
West 23rd Street in New in school books until the1850's Petersburg
York City. The house, of
; but by that time Santa'sface
course, has long since been re- and figure were well
I 1 k4 placed by a towering apart- known because of the widely
J1I1 ; ment building; but a brownstone circulated illustrations wood- Qualify Men's Wear

from it, a marker in the had
/ engraver Myron King
apartment's court, commemorates Store
made for the "Sentinel.
the who turned St.
man lived to
Though :Moore see
it Nicholas into Santa Claus. His
Claus be-
his image of
for rte PERSONAL I name? Clement Clarke Moore, come a universal figure, he Diagonally Across
a teacher of oriental languagesand
never received a penny in roy-
GREETINGwith father of nine children. From MAAS1
alties for his poem.
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at closing Council session

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/ s s Powers of Bishops were increased t '

/IN? by Pope Paul VI in

his motu proprio, "Pastorale Tl Ml

VOL. XXV, No. 6 Orlando, Florida, Friday, December 6, 1963 lOt munus," promulgated this wS

week. His decree was 11.5

issued as the world's Bishops 3w

devoted the next to last 5 J n

Canaverainked/ / meeting of the Second Vat r

ican Council's second sessionto tRh

a commemoration of the

to St. Augustine Council Council of Trent.Fathers, singingthe $ S 4 ,;I'St

Credo as the Pope en- r

tered St. Peter's Basilica, applauded t
ST. AUGUSTINE When President Lyndon B. John- meaning small reed which the Holy Father as 4

son changed the name of Cape Canaveral to Cape Kennedylast grows in streams or rivulets.A he was borne on his portable

I week, he erased a geographic name with over 400 "Canaveral" is a plantationof chair up the center aisle. ... i
such reeds. The word is
years of history behind it. Most of the commemoration
still used, he adds, in Spanish- r
Shortly after the President's announcement was made, ceremony was taken up by a ;_
countries denote
speaking to FL
national wire service reporters turned to the re- speech on the Council of Trent
fields of reeds such
as sugar Urban! S
Giovanni Cardinal
search facilities of St. Au- cane fields in Latin America. by
The Patriarch of Venice
Holy Father gustine's 400-year-old Mission The Priest-historian said that the Second Vatican
of Nombre de Dios for
Pedro Menendez de Aviles, who Council has the same "under

information about the Cape's founded the City of St. Augustine lying theme" as Trent did. This f'X
sees long history. on September 8, 1565, used he described as "the intimate S S
President Johnson changedthe the name Cape Canaveral in a nature of the Church, the Mys

Latin hopeROME Cape's name in tribute to letter written a few days after tical Body of Christ."

,r the memory of President JohnF. the founding. By the papal decree dated November t !'

(XC)-Pope Paul VI Kennedy who was assassin- The letter informed the 30 and promulgatedthis

ated in Texas on November 22. week, of Bishops
has said that the Catholic King of Spain that the Menendez powers
Father Michael V. Gannon, have been expanded.
Church must not only take part expedition first sighted the ,..
director of the St. Augustine Faculties newly granted are
in Latin America's Florida mainland at Cape Canaveral.
progress' Mission, was quoted by the outlined in the motu proprio,
but must also be the very soul Associated Press in morning 'Pastorale'munus. Most of the .

of that progress. newspapers on November 30 St. Augustine and Cape Canaveral 40 faculties granted by it per

Speaking to Latin American as the Catholic historian to 'thus were linked together tain to extraordinary circum

Cardinals, Bishops, Priests,,, whom the AP reporters turned in history nearly 400 stances and the administration,
for background on the Cape. years ago. It was because Me of the sacraments and of diocesan -
seminarians and diplomats Vatican II commemorates Council of TrentThe
He has said maps as early nendez first sighted Florida at goods and properties..

present for the blessing on November as 1560 show the name of Cape Cape Canaveral on August '28, The last working day of the world's Bishops devoted Council of Trent, which ended its ried on his portable chair up the
30 of a new Latin Canaveral. He added 1565 the feast of Saint
: Augustine second session was held on
the next to last meeting of the long labors 400 years ago. Pope center aisle to preside.
American College on the western that he named his pioneer Monday.The .
The Cape got its name from Second Vatican Council's second Paul VI is pictured as he entered
outskirts of Rome, the Pope Florida settlement in honor of
said: Spanish explorers early in the that saint. third session of the ecumenical session to a commemoration of the St. Peter's Basilica and was car-

16th century. council is set for Sep-
The Mission of Nombre de
"On your continent, you tember 14 to November 20,1964.By Our Lady or the Mass of the Bishops renewed every five that the two chapters of the
have glorious Christian intellectual Ponce de Leon is believed by Dios in St. Augustine is the Work
Dead daily. years. Now they don't have to goes on schema on ecumenism on rela
social and educa some to have given Cape Ca- site where Menendez came virtue of the Pastorale
naveral its However ashore kiss the renew them.Preach. The secretary general Arch tions with the Jews and free
tional patrimony to be pre, name. to Cross and munus decree, Bishops may They may also allow con-
served, defended, developed there is no firm supporting evidence -found this city the oldest in permit Priests to celebrate fessors to absolve from reserved anywhereThe bishop Pericle Felici, in thePope's dom of conscience are still Jive

and enriched. for this, Father Gannon our land. Mass twice on weekdays and sins and censures with name, outlined broadly issues and will be among the

says. All that is known is thatit America's oldest city began three times on Sundays and few exceptions. Pope also granted the what would be the work of the first items on the agenda for

Tour countries are an example received the name Canaveral with an act of religion the holy days. Bishops a number of privileges, interim period between the next fall.

of singular vitality in early in the 16th century. Holy Sacrifice of the Mass :..... They may allow Priests with Most faculties granted the including that of preaching and second and third sessions. The The opening Mass of the

every sector of human activity, The word comes from the at the Mission of Nombre de''poor eyesight or other infirm Bishops were regularly included hearing confessions anywherein council commissions will hold council, December 2, was a

always seeking the highest old Spanish word, "canavera," Dios. ities to offer votive Mass of in the faculties that many the world. frequent meetings, he said. Month's :Mind for the late Viet
goals and new Ideals. The This formerly was granted
All the council Fathers were namese President Ngo
Church must not only be partof In January only to the Cardinals.
brother dinh
urged to send, before January Diem, and Ngo
this movement before the end of the
ascending Shortly
of d'etat
31, their observations on the Nhu, victims a coup
she must be its soul." council's second session, the
schemas still remaining to be last month. The celebrant was
He told members of the Pope j plans Holy Land pilgrimageafter Holy Father made a change in studied. their brother ArchbishopPierre

clergy there that they will be the makeup of the council com- Ngo dinh Thuc of Hue,
the "artificers- this change missions. The reorganization He said further that the results -
VATICAN CITY (NC) that for the final and the Council work be 164. The Pope then pro- that each commissionbe Vietnam.The .
and that they should "know of the commissions' work
how to give a Christian essence Pope Paul VI has an- happy conclusion of this terminated commissionswith mulgated them.It increased to 30 members will be communicated to the summarizes NCWC the News highlights Service of

and meaning to all human ac nounced in a 6000-word Council prayers and good the Bishops being was announced thaton (from 25)); and each commis- council Fathers in due time the second session:

tivities." address to the closing works are necessary, that summoned for final assem- February 16, 1964, the sion, after getting its new mem- along with instructions for the

The Pope recommended to meeting of the Ecumenical after careful deliberationand bly for the promulgationof Pope will issue instruc- bers, was to elect a vice-president third session which is to open The council took up the ecumenical -

the seminarians a close studyof Council's Second Ses- much prayer we have the Council's total de and a vice-secretary. next September 14. and pastoral lead
tions to when and how
his recent letter on eccles- sion on December 4 that decided to become a pil! crees. as The, council commissions will The second session of the from Pope Paul's opening ad.

iastical studies, Summi Dei he will to the Holy grim." the norms of liturgy con- be laying the groundwork for council closed its last working dress and made a slow but
go The final council session stitution are to be carriedout. back
Verbum, and urged them to be the council's third session. meeting with the assurance ROME, page
worthy of the "solemn hour Land January on a pil- The Pope also expressedthe passed the constitution on He warned that no

which the whole Church is ex- grimage.The wish that the Council liturgy and decree on com- changes are to be made

periencing, the hour of the ec- Pope said: end with the next session munication media by votesof before these instructionsare Use of English language in Mass

umenical council." "We are so convinced and suggested that there- 2147 to 4 and 1960 to made public. I

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Pontiff calls Blessed > wt
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ROME (NC)The Consti- ever, has become the imme- actual use of English In

tution the Sacred Liturgy diate concern of the bodies of the liturgy.
glory of young workersROME ? 'z r'r 4y 1u4Ai;; r on
promulgated at the Second Bishops in the different countries This prompt action ensures

Vatican Council on Wednes- or regions. This is the the introduction of Englishinto
NC Blessed Nunzio Sulprizio, newly beati-
( _
has been greeted by the public worship during the
concession of the vernacular
workers how much the Church esteems (
fied, shows young United States hierarchy in interim period while the revision -
them, Pope Paul VI said last Sunday. He was speakingto ik '? '-' I }: this statement: languages in the liturgy for the of the missal, ritual, bre-
sake of the peoples' under
thousands of young pilgrims who came here for the i. viary, etc., is awaited. In addition .
The Constitution on the Sacred standing, piety and easier par
beatification. i"t the Bishops of the United
3 c !.stk.. Liturgy promulgated on ticipation.
The new Blessed "is Jour Sunday plea ; t December 4 is the first achieve- Such concessions States authorized their repre-
Father de- .. t k are possible with international
glory, the Holy sentatives to work an
\P ment of Vatican Council II. It
without waiting for the revision -
clared. for Votive 1' i' ; will affect the spiritual life of committee. This
of rites but
: r..dt
"He will tell you youth r and worship of all Cath committee will ultimately propose
prayer the action of the bodies of
must not be considered as the translations based upon
make the Church
age of free passions, of inev- ChurchST. JI I- olics.more It comprehensible will to all Bishops for the respective re the reformed rites for the con-

itable falls, of unconquerablecrises II gions. sideration of the respective
of decadent pessimism, annual ,. I men.Thus For the Mass the council has hierarchies of the English-
collection will be takenon : :! "_t. 7 it Is the first step !in
of admirable selfishness. : allowed the vernacular for the speaking world.Consecration.
Church's inner renewal be-
Sunday for the Votive : '"
: lessons and for the parts of the
"]Ie will tell you, instead, Church to be built at the site v.f { gun by Pope John XXIII and people, in effect for most of

that to be young is a grace, of the Mission of Nombre de now being carried out by all the parts said aloud or sung up set
." Dios in St. Augustine. the Bishops in union with the
is fortune.
good to the Canon and for such for 2 U.S. Bishops
in J chief Bishop, Pope Paul VI.
Father Irvine Nugent an
"Nunzio Sulprizio will tell '' parts as the Sanctus, Our Father -
Pope Paul continued, official letter to the Priests in The Bishops of the United etc. For the sacramentsand PHILADELPHIA (XC) -
"that no age is as fit as yours, the parishes and missions, an- < -: : States, having taken part fullyin sacramentals the vernacular Joint consecration of Bishop

people, for great ideals, nounced the collection and :ti: \ the discussion, amendmentand is allowed throughout. For John J. Graham of Philadelphiaand

young for heroic generosity; for the asked pastors to remind the .'>j i acceptance of this document the Divine Office the clergy Bishop Joseph T. Daley of
parishioners about it on December r 4.jtz welcome it wholeheartedly must receive permission from Harrisburg has been scheduled
demands of
intertwined < *
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1. ? and dedicate themseliesto Ord January 7 here in the Cathe
and action. *-* *** the individual Bishops or
thought within The Chancellor's letter said, fulfill its purposes.On inaries. dral of Sts. Peter and PauL
"He will teach you j jM

yourself you can regeneratethe in part: the one hand the constitution The Bishops of the United Archbishop John J. Krol of

world that Providence has "It is customary in this DI- is a statement of the States, assembled In Rome, Philadelphia will be the confcecrator. -

called you to live in, and howit ocese that on the Feast of the Church's doctrine and disci have formally agreed to make .

is task to consecrate Immaculate Conception our :' It the full use of the vernacular con-
your ,'" ; 1, l t ., pline. explains meaningof
r L. Leech of
be requested to contribute cessions made the council. Bishop George
yourself to the salvation of a people public worship. It gives a by
society that really needs strong for the building of the Votive ..- clear mandate to deepen the They have directed the Bishops Harrisburg and auxiliary Bish-

and courageous spirits. Church at the site of the liturgical understanding and Commission on the Liturgical op Gerald McDevitt of Philadelphia -
of Nombre de Dios. : will be coconsecrator.The .
that the Apostolate to propose
"He will teach you ) activity of the people. "This
word of Christ is sacrifice full and active English translations for the sermon will be given by
participation by
SInce \\c are rapidly approaching
: Francis
the Cross, the salvationboth the Quadricentennialof :'..'' ,". --. ... ;:', }. __'. r all the people is the aim to be consideration of all the Bish coadjutor Bishop administratorof J.

of the world and of our the founding of our Nation '.. :; A.: .v :;.: considered before all else." Furey, apostolic
1... ., ops.At the San Diego, California,
selves." at this sacred site, I request ::t. .?;,_'" _--'":: At the same time the constitution a meeting of the Bishops, diocese.

In the beatification of Nunzio that you explain to your people \ '< L.JM. is a document of change now proposed for the spring of The Bishops-designate are

Sulprizio, the Pope stated, our privilege in being entrusted :\ .-' : -i.'v."y'_' and revision. In broad terms it 1964, formal decrees will be Priests of the Philadelphia
workers how directs reform of rites and drawn and sent to the
young can see with the care of this records a up Their appoint-
First archdiocese.
much the Church esteems site, and urge them to be generous page of oldest ... texts so that they may be Apostolic See in Rome for con ments to the hierarchy were

them. His beatification is alsoa in their response to our The parish registers of St Augus- the other side- of- this page, with the simpler and clearer. firmation. At the same time official announced November 27.

reminder that work cannotbe appeal. tine, Florida, are the oldest written 16th century date on the next page Putting such changes into translations will be approved The consecration is scheduledfor
separated from religion, by the Bishops for pub-
which makes it whole and en- "The Votive Church collection records of any kind in the United legible in reverse, above. A facsimileof effect most await specific action lication. the newly established feast.

tire, the Pope added. will be taken up at all the States. The first entry pictured, is this page was recently presentedby by a commission set up by day for Blessed John N. Neu.

"It is religion that human- Masses on the Feast of the dated June 25, 1594. The Spanish the Mission of Nombre De Dios to the Holy Father. Only then can a date be determined mann C.SS.R., "fourth Bishopof

RELIGION back page Immaculate Conception." Priest's writing shows through from the late President of the United States. One important change, how- by the Bishops for Philadelphia

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2 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dec. 6, 1963

:} ". :Catholic Florida reportsSt.


PetersburgBarry Clearwater Eau GallieAscension Winter Park

S;t. Margaret Mary .
High School St. CeceliaA ,

LRiIi'rYl '! Christmas gifts for the coun December meeting of the Patrick Air Force Base of The late Pope Joh] I

aP t ty home will be gathered In at St. Cecelia's Women's Club ficers' club, near what is now ilical: "Peace on eai
s k s st a meeting on December 12 at has been dispensed with, and Cape Kennedy by presidential I>e the topic of theit

; 8 p.m. at Bishop Barry High announcement, saw 100 members i the December m< I
School Cafetorium. Membersof the members will meet the of Ascension parish Catholic t he Holy Name Socie

the Bishop Barry Women's fourth Tuesdays of the month, Women's Guild of Eau A Margaret Mary paris

t'x Guild will distribute the gifts beginning in January.At Gallic file in for a Communion John F. Wells will

"tV .,,. }j T v' ; 1 ,I to be brought at that time by the November meeting, breakfast on November 24. nen In the dlscusslor ,

members. held on Tuesday of last week, It was the Sunday following I mportant encyclical, .
S ::. ... 1/ 1
Eu ; "' A :'\'! ; During the evening, a choral plans were made for a benefit the assassination on Friday of j L Sweeney has repo

1 program will be given by girls Christmas card party. It will President John F. Kennedy.The Last month'i meet

from Notre Dame Academy. take place In the memorial occasion was the fourth idded, was the larges

E2,1 ) civic center, Clearwater Beach, annual Communion breakfast endance: of the season.) i

: 3 pL ';x 3 Sarasota December 10 at 1:30: p.m.. with of the women's organization ]Dorlo, president, and

jf 1M Queen of Martyrs Mrs. Alexander Jesonis and from the Eau Gallie parish. j Anderson, marshal, gay]

h1iti; $ On December 9, members oft members of Circle Eight In Father Martin J. Power celebrated j port; 'on' the diocesan 1 E

:-> Queen of Martyrs Guild will charge. the Mass the women att tic Congress held In
tended. They gathered for the rille. Father Wells,
gather at the parish hall, at 8 Members of circles were as
r. Mass at Holy Name of Jesus j noted, was one of the sat ]
.....;- p.m. to plan a MardI Gras for signed days to stand duty In
Foundation initiated this Mission at Canova Beach. the Congress.
1fMLi February with Mrs. .Henry
year front of the post office for the
Prayers were said for Presi- A membership drive
the of the St. Glass as Guild representative sale of Christmas TB seals this
Among founders above. The founders joined the Dl- at the meeting for this parish dent Kennedy. 1 being conducted. The

Augustine Foundation at its initial ocese, of St Augustine in making f project. week. Mrs. Henry (Pat) Levy, 1 the parish and their fare

general meeting in St. Augustine, known the Foundation's goals to their : She Is the choir director also The hospital chairman, Mrs.A. president of the Guild, asked j Invited to gather for I

Florida this June Mrs. fellow citizens. : .11 Imhof, reported on the 154 the at the breakfast to the SI
past was .... -.._. ."''7 '>:" j ; and will direct members of the women j and doughnuts at
Robert Hill Bolling of Lake Wales, w. < choir that evening In'a Christ hours volunteers had given In remember In their prayers the

mas song program accompa- making nearly 2000 cancer pads president's widow. 1 the 9 o'clock Mas

Pope shows role of Daytona BeachOur Orlando nied by Mrs. Jean Gwaltney, during the past four weeks.A Father Raymond J. Hill, The St. Margaret Mai.

Lady of Lourdes St. Charles parish organist.A letter of appreciation was chaplain at Patrick Air Force vial, committee Is sped!

ST. PETERSBURG laymen 'at council. Several members of the St. bake sale is scheduled to ready from the Sisters of St. base, addressed the group dur- ,a holiday dance on the ev|

Father Donnelly will con Charles Parish Council will be held after Masses on December -Joseph at Morning Star SchoolIn Ing the meal at the officers' ,of December 6 at the[
.. VATICAN CITY (NC)The duct the of recollection for
day club. Ht
take part today In a march of 15 In the parish hall. Tampa for the anonymous ;Knight of Columbus
lay auditors attending the Vat- the women on December 12, It cards party In the homes. Mrs...Parishioners are invited to donation of $100 sent by a club East Highway 60. Ticket ::1 i
ican council have been thanked
HEINZEN AfflKI was announced.He Jay Caruso outlined the Unusual have coffee and doughnuts too member. three dollars a couple
by Pope Paul VI and charged spoke on the St. Vincentde money-raising on that day. Mary MagdalenFather table reservations, call 644 \1 I
with the task ,of spreading the programat Introduced at a recent tea
Paul Society and on FishersIn the November Vincent E. Smith, ,or 6445790.
I and of theChurch's meeting of 45 new members the
Gospel bringing were ,
catechetical work at the recent the which LargoSeminoleBlessed editor of The Florida Catholic,
women at Mrs.:
social action work largest number since the club
up of the Our will at the December 10
meeting Ladyof H. Sandford speak ST.
SERVICE presided. SacramentFish To date there
to date. was organized. PETERSBUIw
Lourdes Woman's Club. CatholicVomen's meeting
IEEE PICKUP DELIVERY Monsignor Charles A. Bartok dinner will be served are a total of 261 paid members.
14th 8t A 18tb ATO. 80 Pope Pan rewired the lay Offerings will be accepted by showed,' slides and explainedhow today, December 6, from 5 to at 8 p.m. in the church.A mm mama* *
mono 8 7- t88gH November 29 and told the Vincentlans for their holiday Guest speaker at the Novem choir will present Christ FOR ADVERTISING
men on a person offers sacrifice -' 7 p.m. In the school hall, 11501
GREEN STAMPS them that their at the charity he said. with that ber evening meeting was Mrs.C. mas music under the directionof INFORMATION INST.
tth St. A lath d.e So. presence : the Priest at 66th Avenue North, at Blessed
C. Mitchell from the Visiting Robert Worland.Members PETERSBURG
Phone 8B6-41SS council stressed the importance Mass. He
great Father Donnelly read the gave his illustrated Sacrament parish, Largo (Sem-
of the cooperation be- Thanksgiving proclamation talk after the Council met. inole). Nurse Association. Mrs. of the Altar Societyand CALL

tween hierarchy and laity. written by the late Presi- At the meeting, it was an- Plans for this and future Glavey narrated slides on a Holy Name Society are Invited 347-5085 5
typical day involving the duties to attend this meeting.The .
dent John F. Kennedy and he nounced that the women were events were concluded at the
He said that their silence In of the visiting nurse. Mrs. will end with
urged the women to do all In asked to be at the church tomorrow November meeting of the Altar meeting
the council debates was posi- Mitchell stated the V.N.A. is a Benediction of the Most Blessed -
their power to promote Chris- at 9 a.m..for the an- and Rosary Society of the par-
tive rather than negative, sinceit non-profit agency and a memo Sacrament.
tian charity, after the events of nual church cleaning.Men .
demonstrates how In the ish.On ber of the United and books
CommunityFunds. Spiritual literary
the assassination. Holy Name Society December 6 the women e
loft La"ewlew Are. So. Church there are many offices and for all ages are available and
women of the Council will prepare and serve this
of the will
WE WIRE FLOWERS with different functions Including group .
be selected at each meetIng
8672136T. send a spiritual bouquet of will join in the Christmas menu: potato salad, cole slaw, Jacksonville may
those who teach and
the home of :
at Mrs.
PETERSBURG to Mrs. Kennedy it program of December 15. macaroni salad, pickled beets, or cTeua33o
those who listen. prayers Holy Rosary John Barhydt, MI 77378.
was announced by the presi- Mrs. William E. Lavinghouse bread and butter with the fish _
The Pope said the "audltores" dent, Mrs. Eva Petruccianni.An reported that her committee and assorted relishes and, cof Plans are being made by the The fall festival and spa

ENJOY AUTOMATIC (listeners) at the council be- had visited 15 new parishioners -fee. Tickets are one dollar for members of the Altar and ghetti dinner was both a social St. Petersburg
historian Mrs. Nora Selt-
during November. adults and 75 cents for chil, Rosary Society for a card party and financial success, with 520
come "locntores" (speakers) 4645 9th Street North
zer, has been appointed for the
., and entertainment to be held persons being served.
"Kesp-Filled" outside the council. club. Member named dren. Everyone may buy tickets
at the door. on January 20 at 8 p.m. in the

DELIVERYPhone He then said they are called Christmas In the Philippineswill VATICAN CITY (XC)-Giu- An entertainment, dessert Army Reserve Center, West FREE 24-HOUR

: to spread the evangelical mes- be the topic of Mrs. Ed- seppe Cardinal da Costa Nunesof and coffee are planned on, 44th Street. .

St. Pete 898-1111 sage throughout the world and ward Fa is' address on December the Roman curia has been Thursday evening, January 30 Mrs. Eugene Kuhn is general Ambulance ServiceThis

Charwater-446.8314 at the same time to bring the 18 at the noon luncheon. named a member of the sacred at Ridgewood Recreation Cen, chairman, assisted by Mrs.
community service offers Trained
Church's relationships with so- :Mrs. Helene Jackson and Miss congregation of sacramental ter at 7:30: p.m. Admission will Ethel Lind and Mrs. Charles Attendants Oxygen Equipped Ambu $
CALL time
Oi&.rJq. ciety's temporal problems up Eugenia Nicola are chairmenof discipline. be $1.75 per adult. Marvin. of-any lances Anywhere In City Without
day or
to date. the forthcoming event. obligation.
night I _
OLDEST and LARGESTIN He concluded by saying that The day of recollection for r MEMORIAL .
PINELLAS the. Church has great expecta- the women on December 12 342-8821 HOME o
tions of the role of the laity. wtllibegin at 9 a.m. Mass Svlll 801-59th I St. No.
be Coffered at 11:30: a.m. and

Benediction of the Most Blessed Ic
Sacrament will close the E CP RTw

day at 2:15: p.m.
Mater Del r

\ Mrs. John Dozols, guest Mil PICK UP AND DEUVtftY
speaker at Our Lady of Lourde's e FREE ISTIUATIS AND INSPECTION
Woman's Club in Daytona s MEMBER INDEPENDENT CARAtE
IOONpEse. Beach, is head of the women's
f to 1J r
os In business in St.
Petersburg since 1927OARK'S
service group of Mater Dei'shome

ST. PETERSnORO BEACH and clinic for the aged,
nth AT*. Golf Bird TRUST
160-1881 Tour Account Insured by F.D.I.C. 8ERV1CH soon to open here. She outlined SERVICE, Inc.

plans for extending service b
1210 FIRST AYE. NO. PHONES 12.5334,12.1117
to the, home.

The four area parishes, St:
PARISH PHARMACY GUIDE Paul, Our Lady of Lourdes, St. I

Brendan and Epiphany, will ""' t
i enlist volunteers from their Yt Cost Free Checking -

C respective groups for a weekof dr t f
service each month. Accounts

Present plans are for cover- NATIONAL

age from 8 o'clock In the morn- .. 3 Available

ing until 8 p.m. daily. The '
F OP {/11111Y10
....'. volunteers will assist patientsto e Accounts May Be
the chapel or the dining .
U' S '
room and render any service Opened By Mail

.. that can assist In making the .
guests more comfortable and THE NATIONAL BANKOF
The volunteers who ; a"ec
Doctor's prescriptions happy.
b-: will be filled promptly at will be called "The Ladies of ..,;'r 1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th ,AVENUE FLORIDA NORTH

these parish pharmacies. the Madonna," will wear blue N Member F.D.I.C.

pinafores. An open house will 0 GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANKi

precede the opening of Mater ,. ,,. ,:
St. Jude'iDISSTON Del.

0 For Clubs

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Free Delivery Holy Name
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Friday for publication U the following For Church

Serving: "Blessed Trinity Parish" Frlela,'. !..... Recall landing of MenendezBradenton Gatherings

SHOPPING CENTER men, costumed as Spanish chael V. Gannon, above, is cast in the
Phones 867-2114 867.5523 military men, portray the role of part of Father Lopez de :Mendoza
& 31st. St. So. ,
22nd. Ave.
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA I the founding expedition led by Don Grajales, who described the landing on CaDvAlsterDONUT

S&H GREEN STAMPS FREE CITY-WIDE DELIVERY Pedro Menendez de Aviles. Father 2kli- September 8, 1565, in a diary.

or Just drop in anytime;
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GULFPORT This column lilt fntnr btnrflt. iperUI meetings and fruit of more %
I than local Interest. Advance notice of regular me tU,. will bo emltt.d.

O} 19rttn Cogency ..
Largo Seminole's Blessed Day of recollection, December INTEREST

Your Neighborhood Druggists Self-Ssrvics Sacrament school hall, )December 7, Sacred Heart parish,
6, 5 to 7 p.m., fish Jacksonville.
Phone 344-001 1 5009 Avenue dinner. CATHOLIC
Bazaar, December 8, school
Gulfport Florida Christmas gift shop, December hall, St. Joseph Guild, Bra ti

30 Minute Free Delivery Top Value Stamps 6-7, 212 South Beach denton, sponsor. ChurchHospitalSchool :* -

Street, Daytona Beach
DOWNTOWN PARISHES E!! 4GF Epiphany Bake sale, December 8, St.
Catholic Women'sClub '
Ann, DeBary. .. your Full-Service
sponsor. .r u
THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP Card party, December e Forty Hours Devotion, St. BONDS Commercial Bank" WT

INC. Blue Ribbon Financingwill Teresa ChUrch, Tltusville, -
St. Teresa parish, Titusville, - - Aay +"wtae tAe

help you buy or build your Woman's Club, sponsor. December 8, 9. 10. DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. p._,M
PETERSBURG, FLORIDA Anna Maria Island Day of recollection, December /h f a1 Meeeq Nom.ryHq IM 1.!r '.r t. AbfiMds
home lowest '
new at cost. rummage 402 Florida Theatre BalldUrIt
Put him to work for sale, St. Bernard 5, Christ the King Petersburg U rU. Ph. MZ-0211 ro spy ea.laM
Jacksonville, Mass
534 CENTRAL AVE. 666 SIXTH ST. SOUTH church, December 7. Church, AYE ........................ Nr'I
Federal Benediction at 215.
First Savings Christmas bazaar St. Michael at 9.30
TELEPHONE 862-1141 MEDICAL SQUARE recollection St. ADDRESS .................... M
parish, of ,
And Loan AssociationOf Fernandina Day I
TELEPHONE 894-4163 Beach, December 7, 5:30: Brendan Church, 0 r m 0 n d CITy........... STATE.......
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I The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dec 6, 1963

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Ii rml .11 1 f f -3 i y Mme. ,1r s f tl t i reports

o r St. PetersburgBarry Clearwater Eau 'leAscension Winter Park

:1 .: High School St CeceliaA St. Margaret Mary

r : 1 : Christmas gifts for the county December meeting of the Patrick Air Force Base of The late Pope John's eney-
"Peace on earth" Till
ficers' club near what Is now clical,
home will be gathered in at St. Cecelia's Women's Club ,
t ;< ;; j a meeting on December 12 at has been Cape Kennedy by presidential be the topic of the discussion
i I n dispensed with, and December meeting of
; L (; 8 p.m. at Bishop Barry High announcement, saw 100 members at
: : r School Cafetorium. Members the members will meet the of Ascension parish Cath the Holy Name Society In St.

of the Bishop Barry Women's fourth Tuesdays of the month, olicromen's Guild of Eau Margaret Mary parish. Father

wtc Guild will distribute the gifts beginning in January.At Gallle file in for a Communion John F. Wells will lead the

tc t 'rj; fns. 4a I : 'to be brought at that time by the November meeting, breakfast on November 24. men In the discussion of this
>: members. held on Tuesday of last week, It was the Sunday followingthe important encyclical Dennis

',.W"/" ,,' ..."",:<,'.,/,",,r. During the evening, a choral plans were made for a benefit assassination on Friday of A. Sweeney has reported.Last .

,",:' 1 program will be given by girls Christmas card party. It will President John F. Kennedy.The month's meeting ht
i / t } from Notre Dame Academy. take place in the memorial occasion was the fourth added, was the largest in at.

< civic center, Clearwater Beach, annual Communion breakfastof tendance of the season. Joseph

Sarasota December 10 at 1:30: p.m., with the women's organizationfrom Dorio, president, and William

tiiT Queen of Martyrs Mrs. Alexander Jesonis and the Eau Galll parish. Anderson, marshal, gave a report -

On December 9, members of, members of Circle Eight in Father Martin J. Power cele- on the diocesan Eucharistic = -

Queen of Martyrs Guild will charge. brated the Mass the women at. Congress held in Jackson
; tended. They gathered for the ville. Father Wells, it was
... ,_ gather at the parish hall at 8pm. Members of circles were assigned
::It. 2. -- ::a...: '''-L If# f' Mass at Holy Name of Jesus noted, was one of the speakersat
Mardi Gras for
{ plan a days; to stand duty in
1<<-" Foundation initiated this i Mission at Canova Beach. the Congress:
year y. February with Mrs. Henry front of the post office for the
Prayers were said for President A membership drive is now
r... Among the founders of the St. above. The founders Joined the DI- Glass the as meeting Guild for representativeat this parish sale of Christmas TB seals this Kennedy.Mrs. being conducted. The men of

Augustine Foundation at its initial ocese, of St. Augustine in making project.She week. Henry (Pat) Levy, the parish and their familiesare

general meeting in St. Augustine, known the Foundation's goals to their is the choir director also The hospital chairman, Mrs.A. president of the Guild, asked invited to gather for coffee

Florida, this past June was Mrs. fellow citizens. ,. y dYM F: t. ."WAH r:..s.,.:..:;E :: 1 and will direct members of the Imhof, reported on the 154 the women at the breakfast to and doughnuts at the Student
Robert Hill Bollinz of Lake Wales. choir that evening In'a Christ. hours volunteers had given in remember in their prayers the Center on December 8 after

1 mas song. program accompa- making nearly 2000 cancer pads president's widow. the 9 o'clock Mass.

Pope shows role of Daytona BeachOur Orlando nied by Mrs. Jean Gwaltney, during the past four weeks.A Father Raymond J. Hill The St. Margaret Mary's social

letter of chaplain at Patrick Air Force committee is sponsoring
Lady of Lourdes st. Charles parish organist.A appreciation was
ST. PETERSBURG i laymen at council Several members of the St bake sale Is scheduled to ready from the Sisters of St. base, addressed the group during a holiday dance on the eveningof

Father Donnelly will con Charles Parish Council will 1 i.[ be held after Masses on December Joseph at Morning Star SchoolIn the meal at the officers' December 6 at the new
VATICAN CITY (NC)The duct the day of recollection for .' club. of Columbus Hall on
take part today In a march ol f 15 in the parish hall. Tampa for the anonymous
lay auditors attending the Vatican the women on December 12, It cards party In the homes. Mrs, ParishIoners are invited to donation of $100 sent by a club East Highway 60. Tickets are
council been Maitland
have thankedby
HONZEN AfflKii was announced. Jay Caruso outlined the tin. have coffee and doughnuts tooL member. three dollars a couple. For
Pope Paul VI and charged He spoke on the St. Vincentde usual on that day. St. Mary Magdalen\ table reservations, call 644-2944
with the task the money-raising prograirat L Introduced at a recent tea
of spreading
Father Vincent E. Smith, 644-5790.
$$1i'LII Paul Society and on FishersIn the November r' or
meeting oi were 45 new members, the
Gospel and of bringing theChurch's
editor of The Florida Catholic
catechetical work at the recent the women at which :Mrs: Edwin .: Largo-Seminole
largest number since the club
social action
work up meeting of the Our Ladyof H. Sandford presided. Blessed Sacrament will speak at the December 10 ST. PETERSBURGFOR
SERVICE to date. was organized. To date, there
Lourdes Catholic Women's Guild meet
Woman's Club. Monsignor Charles A. Bartofc Fish dinner will be served
I-BEE PICKUP DELIVERY : are a total of 261 paid members.
llth St. A lath AT*. 8*. Pope Paul received the laymen Offerings will be accepted by showed slides and explainedhow [ today, December 6, :from 5 to ing at 8 p.m. In the church.A .

Phono 867-628S on November 29 and told the Vincentlans for their holiday a person offers his sacra.- 7 p.m. in the school hall, 11501 Guest speaker at the November choir will present Christ ADVERTISING

811 Ith St.GREEN* 18th Are STAMPS So. them that their presence at the charity, he said. fice with that of the Priest al t;; 66th Avenue North, at Blessed evening meeting was Mrs.C. mas music under the directionof INFORMATION IN
C. Mitchell from the VIsit- Robert 'Vorland.Members ST. PETERSBURG
Phone 896-HIS council stressed the great 1m- Father Donnelly read the Mass. He gave his illustrated[ Sacrament parish, Largo (Sem-
Nurse Association. Mrs. of the Altar CALL
ing Societyand
portance of the cooperation be- Thanksgiving proclamation talk after the Council met. inole).
tween hierarchy and laity. written by the late President At the meeting, it was an. Plans for this and future Glavey narrated slides on a Holy Name Society are incited 347-5085
typical day involving the duties to attend this meeting.The .
John F. Kennedy and he nounced that the women werE!i events were concluded at the
He said that their silence In of the visiting nurse. Mrs. meeting will end with
urged the women to do all in asked to be at the church tomorrow November meeting of the Altar
the council debates was posi- Mitchell stated the V.N.A. is a Benediction of the Most Blessed
their power to promote ChrIs- at 9 a.m. for the annual and ;Rosary Society of the par
tive rather than negative, sinceit non-profit agency and a member Sacrament.
tian charity, after the events of church cleaning. ish.
FLORIST GREENHOUSES demonstrates how in the the assassination. Men in the Holy Name Society On December 6 the women of the United Community Spiritual and literary books A.OI .
tee Lake.lew A.e. So. Church there are many offices and Funds. for all ages are available and DELTA
Member of the will women of the Court, will prepare and serve this
WE WIRE FLOWERS with different functions In- group be selected each
at meet-
8C7-2136 send ofprayers cil will join in the Christmas:; menu: potato salad, cole slaw, may
a spiritual bouquet JacksonvilleHoly
' cluding those who teach and Ing or at the home of Mrs.
ST. PETERSBURG to Mrs. Kennedy It program of December 15. macaroni salad, pickled beets,
those who listen. Rosary John Barhydt, MI 77378.
announced the Mrs. William E. Lavinghouse! bread and butter with the fish
was by president
that her committee Plans are being made by the The fall festival and spaghetti
The Pope said the "audltores" Mrs. Eva Petrucciannl. reported e t and assorted relishes and. cof-
members of the Altar and dinner was both a social St. Petersburg
had visited 15 new parishioners fee. Tickets are one dollar for
(listeners) at the council be-
ENJOY AUTOMATIC An historian Mrs. Nora Selt-
and financial
come "locntores" (speakers) during November. adults and 75 cents for chIl- Rosary Society for a card party success, with 520 4645 9th Street, North
has been appointed for the
"Kee p-Fill ed" outside the council. club.zer, Member named dren. Everyone may buy tickets and entertainment to be held persons being sened.

at the door. on January 20 at 8 p.m. in the

DELIVERYPhone He then said: they are called Christmas In the Philippines VATICAN CITY (XC)-Glu-. An entertainment, dessert Army Reserve Center, West FREE 24-HOUR

: to spread the evangelical mes will be the topic of Mrs. Ed- seppe Cardinal da Costa Nunesof .; and coffee are planned on 44th Street.

St. Pefe 898-1111 I I I I sage throughout the world and ward Favis' address on December the Roman curia hag been l L Thursday evening, January 30 Mrs..Eugene Kuhn Is general Ambulance Service

Clearwater-446.8314 at the same time to bring the 18 at the noon luncheon. named a member of the sacred[ at Ridgewood Recreation Center chairman, assisted by Mrs. Trained
This community offers:
Church's relationships with so- Mrs. Helene Jackson and Miss congregation of sacramental]l[ at 7:30: p.m. Admission will Ethel Lind and Mrs. Charles Attendants Oxygen Equipped Ambulances

'. "F OltrJo.: ciety's temporal problems up Eugenia Nicola are chairmenof discipline. be $1.75 per adult. Marvin. CAll-any of day or time Anywhere In City Without
to date. the forthcoming event. obligation.
night _
He concluded that The day of recollection for I-
PINELLAS the Church has great expecta- the women on December 12 342-8821 HOME
tions of the role of the laity. will begin at 9 &m_ Maaa -will 8OI I 59th St. No.
be offered at 11:30: a.m. and

Benediction of the Most Bless- //i: XR RTi
will close the
ed Sacrament :: : \ t
day at 2:15: p.m. I tKFTh1IilI
Mater\ Del t, s
.T IY F c ___
\ Mrs. John Dozols, guest x y V e FREE PICK UP AND DEUVEKY

12 NOON Beach, is head of the women's .
to service group of Mater Dei's In business in St. Petersburg since 1927OARK'S

rhoDe ST. PETERSBURG BEACH home and clinic for the aged,
15th Aye. A Gulf Bl d
8ERV1CB to here. She outlined BRAKE SERVICE Inc.
t!!-16t1 Tour Acronnt Insured by Y D.i.O. soon open A a ,
plans for extending service -
1210 FIRST AYE. NO. PHONES 112.531552.5517
to the home.
The four area parishes, St.

PARISH PHARMACY GUIDE Paul, Our Lady of Lourdes, St. t t

Brendan and Epiphany, will
enlist volunteers from their Cost Free Checking -

I respective groups for a week wH: : .
I of service each month. : Accounts

Present plans are for cover- NAT10NAt

age from 8 o'clock In the morn .: yt Available

ing until 8 p.m. dally. The of 4r.nTlutulo

... volunteers will assist patientsto Accounts May Be
.' the chapel or the dining
Opened Mail
room and render any service By

that can assist in making the
guests more comfortable and 1'd r THE NATIONAL BANKOF

Doctor's prescriptions happy. The volunteers who
will be filled promptly at will be called "The Ladies of ..1,.y! 1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH
the Madonna," will wear blue .
these parish pharmacies. r .s Member F.D.I.C.
pinafores. An open house will rwaPSpWi GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK
precede the opening of Mater .. tfefc

St. Jude'sDISSTON Del. r' :

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Friday for publication IB the following ,
Serving: "Blessed Trinity Parish" Friday's I..... Recall landing of MenendezBradenton Gatherings

MORGAN DRUGSTIMES men, costumed as Span chael V. Gannon, above, is cast in the
SQUARE SHOPPING 867.5523 ish military men, portray the role of part of Father Lopez de Mendoza
22nd. Ave. & 31st. St. So. Phones the founding expedition led by Don Grajales, who described the landing on

ST. PETERSBURG.CITYWIDE DELIVERYGULFPORT Pedro Menendez de Aviles. Father Mi- September 8, 1565, in a diary. W.Lstei' DONUT

HOLY NAME PARISH or Just drop In anytime

Coming events 5114 Pasadena Ave., 341.7041 34th St., 898-4343

DRUGS w Tb.li column lift future benefit, special meeting and events of more %
than local InUrett. Advance notice of regular meetings wW be omitted.

O)a 19retJz O/qency/ Largo Seminole's Blessed Day of recollection Dect"m.I INTEREST ""

Self-Servic Sacrament school hall, December ber 7, Sacred Heart parish,
Druggists .
Your Neighborhood 6, 5 to 7 p.m., fish Jack on\.iIle.
344-001 II 1 Lakev.ew. Avenue dinner. CATHOLICChurchHospital ....,'}
Phone ulfporto Bazaar, December 8, school -

G Florida Christmas gift shop, December hall, St. Joseph Guild, Bra. ..

Free Delivery Top Value Stamps --, 6-7, 212 South Beach denton, sponsor.
30 Minute Street, Daytona Beach
==- Epiphany Bake sale December 8, St. School

DOWNTOWN PARISHES Catholic Women's Ann, De Bary. YowFL'tj -Sf'rV1Ce Ru

PRESCRIPTION SHOPD r. Club Card, sponsor. Forty Hours Devotion, St. BONDS .* Commercial Bank
THE party December 6
INt. Blue Ribbon Financingwill Teresa Church Tltusville, .",
St. Teresa - -
D parish, Titusville - h411ou
Woman's December 8, 9, 10. ".,,,,.,N""b.e tt_
help you buy or build your sponsor. DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. ttttX MtlUl,/*..,11I,1...M77M >
of recollection, December '
FLORIDA Anna Maria Island Day
PETERSBURG new home at lowest cost. rum 403 Florida Tb atr. Building It/i."d" .
"p JOfI q"hick .f.
Put him to work for mage sale, St. Bernard 9, Christ, the King It Petersburg 1. FU. Th. I6Z-01II
STORES TO SERVE YOU you. church December .Church, Jacksonville, Massat
TWO SIXTH ST. SOUTH 7. SAME ........................
666 Benediction at 2:15.
CENTRAL AVE First Federal SavingsAnd Christmas bazaar St. Michael 9:30,
TELEFHCNE 534 862-1 141 MEDICAL SQUARETELEPHONE Loan AssociationOf parish, Fernandma Day of recollection St. ADDRESS ....................

894-4163 Beach December 7, 5:30: to Brendan Church, Ormond CiTy........... STATE ......
CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED St. Petersburg 10 December 10. F.C. torn. ...Ike' Herri Oft. IW ...kor Mwol 9.....!.--. t..taA.e
PRESCRIPTIONS .. p.m. Beach,


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9r ye the Mission's forthcoming :: : : ( % k 4 : t-
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P 400th anniversary in 1965. q :
Father Michael V. Gannon, ,.
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authorities at Tallahassee and R .1hL: ,

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themselves as very en- J
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On the 25th day of the month of ,
'r June of the Year one thousand and
j'ri five hundred and nlnetyfour, I, Diego
Scobar de Sambrana Curate and t _
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I city and fort of St. Augustine, for w S
His Excellency, Fray Antonio Dlas 1 t
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Everybody asksFinal 5.\- r', ; God's world ,,: 0 0_ ." :;I i '".
Catholic :
CommentWe '

judgment mockedby Holy Christmas gift suggested

prepare for coming of Christ jesting about death WHAT do ?;you It Is want not too for gift Christmas which,, yon Christmas can bring after- to

don't you drop all the early to ask that question. In Jesus.

THANKSGIVING Day launches She does this through the penitentialseason WHY about heaven, .. all likelihood you already have Father Your very love for Him,

the pre-Christmas shopping of Advent. The four weeks of with its harps and hosannas, r"::.r-:'.' told or hinted the answer to however, will urge you to pile
spree. The giving of gifts at Christmas Advent represent the 4000 years that and hell, with Its devils and -;, someone.It Leo J. up the gifts will urge you to
pitchforks? Why not just ad- r.- is pleasant to receive giftsat to Him other souls In ad.
plays a part in the true spirit of the chosen people waited for the TreseThe
mit that you don't know? Frank J. Christmas time and to tender dition to your own.
Christmas. The joy of the Christmastie coming of the Messiah. gifts to others.
Consider an episode that Scdlain That Is why Christmas Is an
is with Christian tradition. However, we must stubbornly
congruous When the Messiah did come many might happen just about anywhere obvious occasion for Intensify.
However with all missed Him. The will refuse to allow the Rifts and for sinners and
as good same happento in our world. A groupof ing our prayers
the excitement of Christmas to
things, there is the danger of abuse.Ve us if we do not prepare ourselvesfor people are discussing the obscure for us the real mean- unbelievers. It Is an obvious

\ have unfortunately come to the coming of Christ on Christ- sudden death of a friend a ins of the day. real meaning of Christmas .. time too, for sending a generous -

mas Day. Advent is a time of prayer banker let's say, Jones let's is the unbelievable lore,I check to the Propagationof
equate the value of the newspapers and maga-
gifts given and penance. We should not let our- call him. They express their p fact that in heaven men zines are filled with Christmas which God has for us. This I the Faith Society or to our

with the amount of feeling that the selves be distracted by the holiday regret with due solemnity.Then will at last be fully human, advertising. TV commercials is the message which the Holy- favorite missionary organiza.

giver has for us. Parents in some instances hysteria. Children should be pre- we can imagine one of and not merely the rough tempt us with a thousand pos- Infant speaks to us from the, tion. It is a check which will

even go into great debt to pared for the coming of Christ and them saying, "Hard to imagine sketches of what men and sible gifts. It almost would Crib.It find its way into Jesus' pocketIn

provide their children with the best not just for the coming of gifts. old Jones sitting on a cloud women ought to be that we are seem that the whole reason Is a real mystery this the form of another foul
and playing a harp, isn't it?" here. So they see heaven as a : saved.
of gifts. At Christmas some gifts are why God was born in a stable How could God loveus
And there are smiles all message. Christmas is a natural time,
Santa Claus the pectacular church service
represents :
spiritof was so that and I could
given out of custom to persons for you so much, knowing us so
around. they no longer like church too, to cast a missionary eye
giving but is no substitute for find beautiful await-
whom present
there is little feeling. Indivi- well? Even in heaven I doubt friends
duals have come to rely very heavilyon Christ. We do our children a great injustice If there were a Catholic In services: the prospect of one ing us under the Christmas whether we shall understand upon our non-Catholic
that for is and acquaintances. Is there not
goes on ever more
Christmas bonuses. by presenting to them Santa the group, it would not occur tree.We fully the answer to that ques
Claus as the sole symbol of Christ- to him to make the comment. than they can face-certainly have to keep reminding tion. at least one among them who
I it is no for the has shown a sympathetic Interest -
The Church ourselves that Jesus not
has counter was
a meas- mas. Let us be moderate in our
For he would know that sins they must give to Returning to the matter of in the Catholic faithe
up born in Bethlehem for the
ure. The Church asks to and leave pur-
us prepare ing room in our hearts forGod's
heaven does not mean sittingon make sure of getting there. of Christmas gifts, it is importantfor may be surprised at the happy
making a holidayfor
pose jolly
for Christmas to help generate by an- greatest gift to men-the giftof a cloud and playing a harp Hell likewise suffered from us.Cod. us to remember that it Is reaction when we ask, "Joeor

ticipation the true joy of Christmas. His Son. any more than hell means sitting i Imagery and nothing else- Jesus' birthday which we are ( Mary) would you wining

in a furnace and being i imagery drawn this time not came down upon earth celebrating, not ours. Millions to attend our Inquiry class If
for one reason only. He came of persons think and talk: "
prodded by a devil. Nor would ,she o much from Scripture which I go with you?
think it funny when to save souls. about, "What I want for Christ There be a lax Catholic
Sum and substance some- does not let itself go on the may
one else made It. mas. Too few ever ask, "What; who
For the friend or neighbor too,
subject, but from Dante and We, whom God loves so
humor lies in the suddennessof might Jesus want for His birth needs but a bit of encouragement -
Milton. The theme takenup
was much, were lost to Him be- "
Council talk truth laudedWHY the transition from yesterday's into a thousand pulpits, cause of sin. God was not con- day? A simple question suchas
on If we do love Jesus enough I
occupation, banking "Would to confes.
to with each preacher licking his tent to let us get away from you go
today's occupation, harping to ask the question, the an sion with me on Saturday if I
l lips as he added torments of Him without an all-out effort'on
has the talk of Bish- Ecumenism? Simply that the and the Catholic would allow swer comes clearly. "Give me "
his own invention. His If there stopped by to pick you; up?
part. was any-
Elchinger of Stras- Bishop feels that we should for the possibility of souls!" the divine Christ cries; mean another soul for
at all that He could do to may
There was no attempt to explain thing
bourg been overlooked? It abandon a static concept of in between. After the cleansing from His manger-bed. "This is I Jesus.

seems to me that it was one of truth and begin to study care there, Jones would be a differ why the sinner was get us started back towards why I came. This is why I was

the most of all the the t there, except that he had Heaven, God was determinedto L born. Please Finally, Christmas is a time
significant fully historical facts and ent man-his employers would please give me
Council addresses and yet comparatively :::: the doctrines that are at the probably not recognize him .sinned once too often and had do it.God's souls!" for checking on the Christlike!
little attention has root of the separation we de (and would certainly not achieved the impossible-for plan was a The first soul that He wants, ness of the image which \\o
he had exhausted the one. He came in pursuit of
been given to it. SheerinIn plore. him). of course, is your own. We present to our associates.By .
J mercy of God. us. He chose to be born as a
Probably there was more Will a hunger for truth may assume that you already
a human and to die : our charity, our unselfish
But the baby as a
average man has
drama in Bishop DeSmedt's relation no have given Him that. You love
scrupulous regard for facts anda But the infinite mercy is in-
on religious liberty, in I great freedom in investigating views on purgatory and only I rxhaiistible because it is infinite. man.By Jesus. You are living in the: ness, our personal Integrity,
His life and death He are we edging others gently
the fuzziest
various attacks on the curia, in the facts endanger the I f The lost soul) is refusing state of grace, habitually in
Cardinal Ruffini's reference to the past but the about heaven and hell. I don't would pay the price for our union with Him. You towards Bethlehem towards
Bishop reminded unity of the Church? It might it mercy that is never exhaustd. prayregularly
sins and would merit for Christ?
baptized Catholics who are the Council Fathers endanger what is called uni- mean the straight unbeliever, ; us and receive the sacra
for he will admit the graces we need. He would : There I Is no excuse for any
communists (and of whom that God's nothing at
holy things are carried formity but it would not imperil ments frequently so you
all after death. And the real pain of hell Is negate our own self-destruc- of us to come empty-handed to
there are thousands in his own in vessels of clay. The unity. : may grow in love for Him.
diocese of Palermo). reformation, he asserted, was ]lot this phantasmagoria of red- tiveness and would head us for the Holy Infant on His birth,
Bishop I mean a whole mass of people heaven again. Your ,soul" is the
Elchinger own one big day.
But I know of no other talk not at first a direct attack on ]lot pitchforks but in the lossf
the Bishops in Council who would certainly call c) God. Our questioner and ther.illions
that deserves such profound the unity of the Church but ,

meditation as does the pene- simply a desire to clarify certain have had a deep sense of unity themselves Christians. They ] he speaks for, have Question boxThey
never talk of the life after
trating address on November doctrines which had been even though they have a daz- ],lever heard any of these

19 by the Bishop from Stras neglected by Catholics. zling diversity of opinions, as- death save jestingly. 1 t ruths, least of all the last of

bourg. Many ecumenical leaders pirations and desires. "Heaven for climate", they 1 1 twill hem. awaited King as SaviourQ.

have met with serious and discouraging The pursuit of the facts Involves say, "hell for company". The loss of God is hell's

Speaking on the Ecumenism difficulties precisely no danger of false iren- That is their way of saying
schema on Nov. 19, Bishop because of the tendency on the icism or the notion that Catholic that hell is too hot, but all the 1 t:act with God is heaven's. To What is the origin and The question of mixed mar- Q. Is it obligatory for a

Klrhingcr lauded it as a special part of certain Catholics to doctrines are only true ina really interesting people go J eave God out is not to knowhe meaning of the name "Jesus riages may well come into the Catholic family to have religious -

grace and favor from God. relative degree. By false there: only saints and such 1 tare first thing about either Christ?" discussion. Yet it would be a
sweep the truth under the rug objects in the home?
He said it opens up the way lest it might scandalize the un- irenicism he meant the readiness in heaven. Actually it is J h leaven or hell. vain (and imprudent) hope to
hide I their way of not thinking Left with nothing of hell A. The name "Jesus" was think that the Council will encourage
to truth as well as to charityand educated.He to the aspects of A. It Is not obligatory by any
a more effective pastoral gave as an example the Catholic doctrine and practice about the next life at all. > 1 b: ut the tortures of the damned conveyed to Mary (Luke 1, 31)) such marriages, say, in positive law; but a Catholic

U t ministry. He singled out for difficulties encountered by Cardinal that are at the present time That they should prefer not .J nen: could see God only as and Joseph (Matt. 1, 21))' as 'some ecumenical gesture.A family, realizing the usefulness
to think about hell is J mteful if they took them the name by which the son of recent table prepared by of
j, particular praise the fact that Mercier when he entered distasteful to our separated easy sacramentals would cer-
s;eriously. Rather than hate Mary should be called. The the State of Florida and
it opens up the way to truth. into discussions with "the holy brethren. enough to understand: but why published tainly make use of such objects
I\ With that as his starting Anglican, Lord Halifax." The do they switch their mind (Jod they have decided to treat name, as we use it, is the Latin l in Florida Health Notes of piety as the crucifix,

point, he demanded that there Cardinal was trying to find the Whoever loves! truth is impelled away from heaven as well? 1 hem as a joke. And to that ex- form of the Greek "lesous": and (June, 19G3)) shows that in 1962 statuettes, holy pictures, holy
to tell the truth, the t:ent, they have made the bet- the Hebrew "Yehoshua" (or there and
be a profound reform in our historical facts of the break I think the reason is that were 41,504 marriages water and the like.
whole truth and nothing but 1 choice for it is better Josue). It means "Yahweh
methods of investigating the between Rome and the Churchof they know only the scriptural er : 21,997 divorces. Such statistics Display of such things In the

truth. Too often in the past we England but he met with the truth imagery about heaven, nothingelse. 1 b> wrong about hell than (God) is salvation. reveal the instability of home i is a help to all the memo

Catholics have given lip serviceto severe criticism from Catholics To a certain degree Bishop ::; Of whatever their more wrong about God-and seeing The name was not new modern marriages. The Church bers of the family, is an example -

the duty of investigatingthe who seemed to think he was Elchinger was simply echoingthe believing grandparent may Him as hateful is the limit one among the Jews. Its most feels strongly that religious and an inspiration to

truth. Even when truth is ready to compromise simplyby words of Pope Paul who in have known, all that has HI- c an reach in being wrong famous use in the Old Testament differences do little to contribute others, and (done in good

bitter to the taste, the Bishop being ready to admit the his opening address assured I tered down to them in a con- a.bout Him. was when it was given as to marital harmony. Thisis taste) is effective against the

lemarked, we must admit it. truth. the observers that in our dialogue fusion of pearly gates, clouds, But it is desperately Import- the new name for Osee, the son one reason why she is slowto extreme worldliness around us.

and joint study of our golden! harps, hymn-singing- a:nt to be right about hell. At I of Nun (Num. 13, 17)); he was encourage such marriages.

When Pope Leo :XIII opened Bishop Klchingcr said that differences, "'" e lay no I what our questioner sums up t he end of the road of life, it the successor of Moses in Whether there will be a liberalization } Q. If a Catholic receives

the Vatican Library to scholars our !separated brethren show snares ." as harps and hosannas. s;tands as an appalling possi- governing the Israelites, and i of the ceremonies allowed the sacrament of matrimonyin

he declared that it is time toiacknowledge more confidence in their scholars b lility, the place of failureforvery led the people of God into the l (especially in marriages

and admit even : than Catholics ilo,. We are committed to our Rut not a word about the E e; one of us. But what is Promised Land. between Catholics and baptized the state of mortal sin, is

the bitter historical truth. Faith by a firm and candidattachment I reality. man's relation to God i t'L? What is failure? And what The Book of Josue containsthe Protestants such marriagesare it a valid marriage?
He cited as an illustrationthe said the Pope, but there.
a:bout the inexhaustible mercyf history of what occurred sacramental) is impossibleto A. Yes, the marriage Is valid
If ours were a Church of shabby treatment meted this is no obstacle to Christian haven't ,
They a notion of the t> God? under his leadership, although predict. but
angels, it might be embarrassing out to the great Pere LaGrangein unity for the truth of the Lordis a sacrilege was committedIn

to admit some of the tragic: the "modernist" hysteria. the life-giving principle of there is much doubt that the There had been some publicity the unworthy reception of
Sacred book should be attributed to l the
mistakes made by churchmen What has all this to do with union and not of separation. Scripture given to a proposal to sacrament.
him as author. abolish the written pre-marital The marriage ceremony is

Other persons in the Old promises. Whatever modifications not to be repeated, because the
Father Michael V. Gannon Men dispensing justice Testament bore this name: will be enacted will not contract was entered Into

e.g., the owner of a field where exclude the obligation of raising validly; but the person mast
Mission of Nombre De DIos
s.- must uphold divine laws the ark of the covenant I the children as Catholics receive absolution in the sacrament -

stopped when being returned since this is encumbent on of penance, or be restored -

from the Philistines, as recorded Catholics by Divine Law Independently to the state of
: :: Is a rather startling grace,
4 qneat capteRS in THERE in the First of
1 in the Book of Kings whether promisesare through an act of perfect con-
(Sam. 6, 14)); a governor of signed or not. trition.
verse of psalm 57. The author Jerusalem
during the reign of

: \ floRi6a catholic history refers to human judges as Father Josias ((4 Kings 23. 8)); the son

__ "gods." This is softened some- John J. I af Josedec, the high priest M. J. Murray

Chapter 30 was to explore the interior and, corned by thirty Indian chiefs what in the Confraternity (Agg 1, 1)).

Juan Pardo left if possible, open up a route to and two queens. CastclotTo The name "Christ" (Christos
translation which reads .
Captain as follows
Elena on November Mexico. At least cne diocesan The Indians begged him to : I I in Greek) means "the anointed Strange but trueCopyright

1, 1566 with a party of Priest accompanied the ane." It comes from the Hebrew -
leave with
Catholic teacher
twenty-five soldiers. His task dition. a Do you indeed like gods pronounce ] "Mashiach" (Messias). 19G3, NCWC News Service

them. justice and judge fairly In Old Testament times, the
dispense justice is, accordingly -
Pardo traveled a northwesterly name referred to any anoint. r '
Pardo acceded to their men of rank?
request you a sacred trust 7zr
c d : the Patriarchs F4
course through cypressland's and asked the Priest in person e.g. .c Pt or A ILLUSION I
The original Hebrew however (Ps. 14, 15), the king of Israel : -
A judge is expected to review -
toward the Savannahand his party along with four soldiers -
to remain and instructthe does not have "like gods"but a case objectively, honest (((1 Sam. 2, 10)), and even the :

Congaree Hirer, following natives in the Christian rather "0 gods." It goes ly, dispassionately, and to'Persian King Cyrus (Usa. 45,1). lVkItIfr; 1 1j 1j j

the approximate route faith. Before moving on, Pardo without saying that the psalmist hand down a decision based on Most especially, the term re- 1I j

taken b)" Ie Soto many yearspicxiously. erected a shelter and stockadefor the truth. :j f ers to the King whom the "C) '4 NEGL( I
or of his coreligionistsfor '
any .Jews awaited as their SaviourPs. 3/ ; I '
the missionary group. It was not always so. The .2
that matter, never thought prophets who had the unhappy I([ 2, 2; Dan. 9, 25)). :: 4 -
All the trail he : Moving now toward the Ten-
along spoke
raMIshrd cry Friday that these men were actually task of proclaiming In the New Testament the -
; -
border Pardo erected -
FLORIDA CATHOLIC 1'RBSS Inc. with Indians about the nessee a thet #
Kingdom '1 itle "Christ" is
r.o. lint 3551 (iArdrn J-J435 fort with a fourteen man gar- gods. He was too staunch a sin of their roml atriots, con- applied to our I 44 ocTROP4)
of God and about the ]Lord as an indication of His 4
monotheist silently complained of the /7 .'
13? KM: *! Colonial Drlt rison at the Indian town of to entertain sucha D1tDp41117
Orlando. Florid 3280 of their becoming Chris Cooweechee.In notion for perversion of justice.' ]mission (e.g.1 a tt. 21; Mark 4 T .1140 W4
even a moment. I 8 5, 29; Luke 3, 15; John 17,3 Acts ; $' CAJZED MP
Subscription In US.A. and CanadaSI.oo tians. lie erected crones
per 5 ear; other countries notes kept on the trip, Still his use of the term is Such a procedure, even from ;:2!, 30). 44 *0 I
wherever he YARSft2Ihn
},.no. he compared the beauty of this profoundly significant. the natural point of view, By combining the two n nS
The Florida Catholic is a member At Juada an Indian villageat
the dissolu-
could end only
part America to the province God ]]lames, we refer to Jesus, the
f>f the Catholic 'Qi'$ Avauciatkm who is Himself) the
and the National Catholic Welfare the foot of the Alleghanies, of Andalusia in Spain. ultimate standard tion of civilized society. And j Jon of Mary, and Christ, the --
of what
Conference News SE-n'f'e. Bopner Pardo's men found a stream is it did in fact contribute to the S<: On of God-the one Saviour .
and Martin publishers' representa Soon he back right and wrong, is the suPreme /J :
and a suitable winter camp was again at fall of the Jewish nation. Who is both ,,
tive.! Entered as second class mail and human and divine.Q. .
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covered with snow, Pardo decided 1000 miles.: all men. From the supernatural pointof Will the question of

EB he could no longer head Throughout the odyssey he To judge is a divine preroga view, it was an unspeakable I mixed marriages be taken up

Father Vincent F. Smith in a northerly direction, and had acted as an exemplary tive. Consequently, men who sin., ]I by the Council? 19651$ we 100?

Executive Editor he built an outpost at Juada Catholic, befriending the Indians are appointed to judge their ,These men, exercising a A. Undoubtedly the Council vtRMY or IMC

Editors: )II.. J.... quinn for a garrison under a sergeant in every possible way, fellow-men exercise, In their quasi-divine function flouted vill; treat the question of mar- DrATN Of Fl It

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with the remainder of basic tiuths of Christianity. in this sense that the biblical then: to appreciate the 1 t ion is problematical and any oaq rA7J.IERswNtCJfARt 'sir ru.sTo ,+i PWORI4CD.41KYOOO O,
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Pastoral guides Vietnam laymenBy

Father Patrick O'Connor 'to take part In the lay apos- of the Gospel -and the driving Pieta's trip to U.S. being

SAIGON The pastoral 'tolate. "Now more than ever force of the council.

Issued 'the faithful "In common everyday life, well-planned in advanceVATICAN
: letter by the three should be given a
between individuals as between
in 'very sound formation In Christian .
Bishops now south Vietnam -
communities, over and above CITY (NC) When Rome's most famous

is intended to give "a doctrine so as to know the inevitable differences or those statue leaves in early April the home it has had for centuries -

guiding line of conduct suit I Catholic position correctly in resulting from our own defects, in St. Peter's basilica, every move of its long jour.
we also encounter prejudiceand
ed to present circum every circumstance. ney to the New York world's fair will be well.planned in
wrongdoing the
even ,
"The faithful
are also citizens
stances. advance.
Bishops noted. ica on rollers and loaded on a
It is signed by ArchbishopPaul of Vietnam, an earthly From the moment the great truck.It .

Nguyen van Binh of :fatherland, the Bishops write. "In these circumstances we weight of the Pieta is winchedoff

"In this remind you that we must have its pedestal in a side chapelof will be taken by truck
Saigon, Bishop Paul Seitz respect, according to '
great patience, humility, calm ;Ti4 rather than train to its port of
St. Peter's to the moment it
M.E.P., of Kontum and Bish. the mind of the Church, they :
sincerity and forgetfulness of 1 embarkation, Naples! to cut
op :Michael Nguyen khac 'have the duty of engaging in h is hoisted in place in the Vatican -
self. down the number of loadingsand
Pavilion in New York, it
Ngu of Long Xuyen, all of 'temporal action, taking an active 1 I unloadlng
"But Christian charity requires ,. will be handled with utmost
whom returned from '
Rome part in the affairs of the
earlier this month. of us still more, a positive : care and guarded with utmost The statue will go down the
nation In all domains, educa. .!' vigilance.
They explain that attitude; respect, understanding Rom e. Naples superhighwaywith
they have
tional, cultural, economic, labor Insurance this statue of
written this Joint letter and practical love of on a police escort at an aver
union of spirit and heart with unions, political. our compatriots should lead us the Sorrowful Mother cradlingher age speed of 20 miles an hour.

their absent brothers," the "In the present situation of to have contact with our broth. dead Son on her knees may Present plans call 1 for the

other Bishops of our country, complex prob- ers and to cooperate loyally reach astronomical figures, although Pieta to cross the Atlantic
nam still In Rome. Viet. lems may present themselvesto with all men of good will in World's fair to have Vatican pavilionThe no amount of money aboard the Italian liner Cristo-

the faithful, the pastoral the various sectors of human could compensate for its loss.
foro Colombo.
The letter stresses first the architect depicts this entrance be shipped from St. Peter's Basilicato
continued. that act
activity, provided we
nature of the Priest's vocation. the Vatican pavilion at the World's for the throngs of visitors to view. Vatican authorities: considerthe Heads CELAM
to the of
"So we ask the Priests to according principles
The Priest has been set apart Church" the Fair in New York City. The court will Other Christian art works also will be possibility! of loss extremely
the Bishops
"for the service) of God, to Impress upon the laity the Importance wrote. feature Michelangelo's Picta which will seen at the Vatican exhibit. remote, or they would never ROME: (XC) -Bishop Manuel .
of the
guide men toward God Ex. present hour, let Michelangelo's masterpiece Larrain of Talca, Chile, was

and as well as the clearness of vi. .. .... . the Latin
perience history are thereto ----------- leave St. 1'eter'i.The elected president of
convince that slon and the courage necessaryto The new apostles Council
us every timea chief engineer at St. American Bishops'

Priest goes counter to his meet their temporal respon. AdventX Peter's basilica, Francesco Vac- (CELAM) at a meeting of the

special vocation, unfailingly he sibilities, that they may try to chini has drawn Bishops here, It was disclosedon
causes embarrassment, not to know and apply the principles UgandaBy chief repays missionsaddress week's AdventAMrath plans, for the Pieta's trip up to November 25.
outlined the Church and
harm to the Church." by Larrain major
say grave New York. During his Bishop a proponent
at home
that they may cooperate in Glenn D. Kittler Father Lourdel as care of theniMrlves medicallyand ceremony of land reform in Chile,
in the service of the Holy
Priests have the duty, the establishing order between human culls for the mother of the years
letter "to the old man was dead, and "Mapera. in all other areas as well. See, Vacchini has lifted statues succeeds Archbishop
says help laity beings and good relations THE family to light the three Dairo Miranda of Mexico City.
to fulfill their vocation a, citizens between individuals and pub- In a special way he One day when Marslale was This was the way of the twice the weight of the Pleta,
candles on Sunday. The Bishop Larrain previously was
of the kingdom of hear lic authorities. would forever remain a living 15, Father asked him: "Would .missions; the future was a which weighs more than three first vice-president of CELAM.
en." like to do something to candles are usually lighted tons, into niches high above

"One very Important point influence among his people. He yon people step-by-step creation; what appeared and the prayer saM at the the basilica floor. Auxiliary Archbishop Helder

This includes preparing them remains: the relations between would remain, too, a monu help your to be a failure today daily principal meal. The The great block of marble Camara of Rio de Janeiro, for-

Catholics and their nonCatholic ment to the missionaries who "Yes, Mapera, I would," said could well be the ground workof prayer for the third Meek will be moved out of the basil.World's merly second vice-president,

Daytona Beach fellow countrymen."If had brought the Faith to his the boy. tomorrow's success. follows, led by the father was elected first vice-president.

"You know there is much Archbishop Carlo Rodriguez-
we take care to draw land.He sickness here," said Father. So it was with Marsiale Let us'" pray. AVe hex Thee Fair has Quiros of San Jose, Costa Rica,

your attention to this questionin was the son of a rich Ntawatwa. Lourdel had died Ijord to liMen to our prayer--, was chosen second vice-presi

Furniture Books particular, it is certainly not Uganda chief and he was only "If I can arrange it, would land you far during Marsiale's years in and by the grace of Thy coinIng many inquiries on dent.
be willing to go to a
Greeting Cards because of current difficultiesbut nine when, in 1886, 30 older Malta, but the young man bring light into our
to study medicine so that Vatican pavilion
LLOYD mainly because it Is one of youths were burned alive for away knew what his good friend
COX when you come back you can darkened minds. Who liv est
the fundamental requirements refusing to take part in the would want of him. Though XKYV YORK (XC)-The program Daytona BeachCL

Office SuppliesCL evil which rampaged in the lead your" people to good busy as a young chief, Marsiale and reigne! forever and director of the Vatican

2-3473 Men counseled royal court where they were health? opened a school in his village ever. pavilion at the New York
"Yes I would like that,
118 North Beach Street pages. and became its only teacher, The family re>pon.e! i is world's fair has said reservations

WAPAKOXETA: Ohio (XC) Mapera, said Marsiale.It teaching not only the three R's .\men.l44444i'444444444444i'i'44'. by Catholic groups plan 2-1524 Daytona
One of the ntartyrMathIaMulumba was a bold plan. The 14
-Don't waste time on pro- but the fourth-reJigion. ning tours are coming at a
had the boy chosen to
Seaside Shell Service grams that i ignore vital current given boys eventually Marsiale also saw to it that great pace.
hit first religious instruction.He medicine at Malta had
issues, a Bishop has counseled study the missionaries were supplied Daily planned Oil Co. Inc.

FUEL OIL parish men's societies. was present in Rome only preliminary educations, with food, and he provided Father( John J. Gorman toM ,

1 Mil >.. .f St. Brendani Auxiliary Bishop Paul F. some years later when Mathias and now they were expectedto them with guards when they COIMBATOKE, India (XC)- an Interviewer that Inquiries

1900: Ocean Shore Bird. compete with better Often it Madras state's Catholic association already have come from as faraway
Liebold of Cincinnati told the and his companions were went on was
OR ,..UO Ormond Ilraeh 19C3 presidents' meeting of the beatified. equipped European students in Marsiale who preceded the has decided to sponsor a as France about the pavilion RANDFUEL

a difficult field and in a dif in at the fair which will
Catholic daily
Cincinnati archdiocesan councilof Hut it was Father Simeon Priests into new areas, using newspaper OIL CO.
ferent language. But Lourdel Tamil, the language of Madras, open in Apiil, 1961.
his influence to
Catholic men here that "the Lourdel who actually brought personal per- Brand
Welcome Travelers had faith in the boys: they American HeatingOils
for the state's 1,208,500 Cath
of Ntawatwa into the suade reluctant chiefs to per-
practical purpose your par- Marsiale The Vatican is constructinga with StaCleanCL

Furniture ish society is to form others as Church. The boy was H at were intelligent, willing to mit the missionaries to enter olics. Madras' total populationis $2.5 million pavilion featuring 2-4421 Daytona Beach
Porch and Patio Specialties work hard and eager to help 33.7 million.
apostles. the time. Lourdel, a White and do their work. a 325-seat chapel and

Rattan Wrought Iron Generalities and polemics Father, had headed the first their people. Marsiale married and raiseda the centuries-old Pieta by Michelangelo

Aluminum will not do it," he declared. band of Catholic missionariesto None of the boys finishedthe large family; only illness Texas'new abbey which is being POWDER PUFF
medical but not
I Ormond Beach course -
Highway -
"Effective leadership demandsa reach Uganda a dozen years for scholastic reasons. The kept them from daily Mass. brought here from St. Peter's BEAUTY SALON

_ plan or program." earlier, and it was his teach. do thhwould ROME (XC)-The Cistercian basilica.
northern winters were too For any man to Creative Hair
- t ings which imbued the martyrs priory of Our Lady of Dallas Father Gorman, a Brooklyn Styling
severe and they were frequently have been IIlIpreIve;
with the convictions which has been raised to the rank of diocesan Priest, said American
"SAM SMALL'S"Auto ilL One by one the for a chief to do &o wan an inspiration Tinting
cost them their lives and won abbey, and its prior Father Catholics have contributed
Panf&: Body boys went home. which resulted in
heaven for them. Marsiale was called back conversion Anselm A. Nagy S.O. Cist., has more than $2 million towardthe Helen M. Srheenk. OR 7-4313
The missionaries, being been named abbot. S' 8.. Atlantic Ormond Beach
and Fender
Kxpert Body after four years: his father pavilion.The
Work French, addressed each otheras had died and it was necessaryfor It was presumably the will This was announced here by Priest, who will live on Opp. Coquina Hotel

"mon pere" and it was out of God that the inspiration Cistercian Abbot General Si- the fair grounds said his office
the man to take
ANT: T\K TAINTED of this that the natives came to should last so long. When he ghard Kleiner S.O. Cist., who anticipates making arrange-
AS LOW .\ over his family's business af-
I f'Oft..r fairs. And yet the project had died early in 1963 he was 88, will officiate January 5 in ments "for anywhere from one Italian and American Food

rn.t| $4995 and throughout his long life blessing the abbey. On the same to 50,000Vhen groupsare
(no WMtlnr) not been a failure.It person I Open 5 P.M. 'til I II I P.M.
Cholrr .f (Color SUBSCRIBE of spiritual influence he never day, Abbot-designate Nagy will very large, he said, Shea

I was, in fart Just! one of forgot the man who had led be blessed as abbot by Bishop sports stadium can be used for Banquet Facilities

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OF DANDEE MOMS ('I. :I-**.* :Mclit ('1. 2.3014 aries took toward the day His last words were: ''Ma- Fort Worth in Sacred Heart Mondays

when the people could take pera, come and fetch me." cathedral, Dallas. PRINTINGLetter SAN REMO

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Ukrainian prelates, join in To serve in N. Y.

ceremonies honoring St. JosaphatVATICAN k J i:. .' Bishop McManus laudedfor

CITY (NC) into St. Peter's basilica three that "brave people" broughtthe

Pope Paul VI and all IS days earlier from an unspec relics to Rome in 1949 with work in Puerto Rico
the encouragement of Pope
ified place in Vatican City
Ukrainian Rite Bishops at Pius XII. There was fear of
the ecumenical council took by Ukrainian rite Archbishop further profanation at that ii E PONCE (NC) -Bishop James E. McManus: C.SS.R.,
of Lvov the had
Jospf Slipyi because of failing: health, he
disclosed here
solemn has
part in a ceremonyon
only survivor of the Ukrainian time.He Paul VI appointed -
November 25 honoringthe said that Pope Paul, then ___ resigned as Bishop of Ponce before Pope
rite of the
hierarchy of New York.
relics of Saint Josaphat,, substitute secretary of state .1 him to serve as an auxiliary Bishop
itself which is
a 17th century martyr of Ukraine a part of the Soviet, Union.now for relics ordinary in a safe affairs place, put in the the L ; !.J __ Bishop McManus, 63, said tended his wishes for'diocese."every

Christian unity. Saint Josaphat, a leading Vatican. ; the "weight of years has weak- success" in the Ponce :. !

The relics were broughtConsecration ened health and convincedme much
spokesman for union of the Archbishop Slipyi, in an address my "We also regret very
Ukrainian Church with Rome, of homage to Pope Paul, :: that the responsibilities of Bishop ,McManus' resignation,"
was the first saint of the Eastern said: : X the diocese should be taken Archbishop Davis said.

Church to be formally can. "When we, your devoted .: over by someone who can fulfill "Mis monumental work with
set "
onized. them better. University of
sons, look at the zealous activity the Catholic
COVIXGTOX (XQ-Bishop After Saint Josaphat was with which your Holiness k "My resignation gave the Puerto Rico alone would be
elect Edward L. Fedders M.M.,,, martyred in 1622, his body was wants to embrace the Holy See the opportunity to reason for all to remember him
veteran of 19 years' missionary thrown into the Dvina river. whole world, all nations without advance a native Bishop to and accompany him with
service in Peru, will be consecrated But it was recovered five days discrimination, when we succeed me and I feel very prayers that the Lord will give
titular Bishop of Antioch later. His tomb became the note how many prudent steps pleased to cooperate in this," him many more years of sen.

Meanbro in the Basilica of scene of many conversions, including have already been taken, we Bishop McManus said. ice in his new post.
the Assumption here December -, that of his Orthodox are yet persuaded in the depthsof "I always considered the

12. rival in the see of Polotsk, our hearts that the East and Bishopric an opportunity and
Bishop-elect Fedders will Meletius Smotritsky.In the Slav East in particular, is an obligation to serve the Given last rites

serve as spiritual leader of the the 1690s, Czar Peter I of at the center of Your glorious Holy Father in his studyPope Puerto Rican people."
ROME: (XC) -The oldest
Juli prefecture, an area with Russia ordered the saint's remains -pontificate."
275,000 persons near Lake Tit. burned. But they were Pope Paul prayed before the Paul VI attends to the work this week, was told by the Holy Father Bishop McManm of service gave to nearly the Catholic Bishop in the world,

caca in mountainous southern secretly removed and entrusted relics which are enclosed in a of the supreme pontificate, staying at when it opened that the Churchhis 30 Church years in this island! first as Archbishop Alfonso Carinci

Peru. to Polish Prince Charles glass urn under the basilica's desk for long hours when he is not must be seen as totally Christ-centered missionary Priest, and for the 101, has received the last ritesat
The Bishop-elect, a native ol Radziwill who enshrined themin altar of Saint Basil the Great. holding audiences. The session of Vatthe council's main objectives are to a last 19 years as a Bishop. Fatebenefratelli Hospital
Covington, will be consecrated his castle at Ella.
The Pope left the basilica as aFrom
ican Council H, which closed in Rome be understood. here.
bv Bishop John W. ComberM.M ch, : : :_ Old SI eded on Novem-
avonlc.1 H succe
After Saint Josaphat' canonization ; oir &aug in ; e wasber ;: : The Archbishop, secretary
., superior general of the Czar'spolice work said 27 by Bishop Luis Aponte sacred -
in 1867, the Peace emeritus of the congregation
Maryknoll Fathers.Coconsecrators is the first
Martinez 41, who
buried the body undera V of rites, has been at
Charles H. Helmsing will be Bishop of- church built In Bila la thesaint's iiI not 'stoppedassassination by native diocese to become in Puerto spiritual Rico.headof tending meetings of the ecumenical

Joseph and honor. .:. a s a council prior to un
Kansas City-St. i In a tribute to Bishop Mc dergoing what would ordinarihbe
Henry J. Soenneker of recovered In I ci
Bishop The body was Manus, the new Bishop of November
Owensboro, Kentucky.The 1915 through Information given a, : ____ VATICAN CITY (XC) Ponce said the years of work minor surgery on
sermon will be preachedby who witnessed the L'Osservatore Romano has said 17.
by a man accomplishments -
Bishop Richard H. Acker- removal and reburial. _._ __ ; (, T Tv in an editorial on President and ,the especially, many in connectionwith When complications voiced set In
his physicians
man of CovingtonAMHERST Gustavo Cardinal Testa, a John F. Kennedy's the Catholic Universityof
member of the Vatican administrative } tion that "the crime will not Puerto Rico has established Francesco Cardinal Roberti

staff, speaking at the e halt the work of peace." Bishop McManus as "one of prefect of the tribunal of the

ceremony in St. Peter's said .ay: the Vatican City daily, paid to him the sacrament of
d ,ot ._1' qt' tribute to the President, who ever has known. the Anointing of the Sick on

MONUMENT BEACH CHAPELSt. MEMORIAL t J _ .Li J: yet___I fell in death "as courageousand "The Puerto Rican in the people di-, December 2.
& CO. ., a .. i loyal as he had been In particularly
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INVITES YOUR INQUIRY SEMINOLE BEACH f; ; y.. # fi tr The editorial hailed President :McManus an eternal debt of
Quality Work Guaranteed MEMORIAL CHAPELSt. Kennedy as a "symbol of gratitude," Bishop Aponte said. t .iJ 1--,1 otlt

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..:..,....,.......:..'>. Sports comment filmsMorally
:v<. ,::).. )' !,"..; .' New

; .;djj'; .w': i A," .. ...... ....,' < Unobjectionable for

i k, Notre Dame's great era recalled General Patronage


.:j L Rs OOMETHING has happenedto Instead o f enlightenmentthese THE THREE STOOGESGO

to our celebrated Subway Joe scholarly activities have .\ THE WORLD IX
-Pal wwum Gaol 'MMtsaY ei a ors a rsit rw tended to perpetuate such mis- DAZE (Cot)
l r rs w ar rwAr saM asr eo at#oar roes I.ri ar.I l of w arst wlrA f Alumni. They aren't as raucous A
sa 1 bill w soot a sari]ere a Loeb Iaas Flrll lime am w sacs re4l r oar Eli I Williams
Baal anal real saa M ear ara I r saw aal lrara root 102,1 ail saa rM Ira waas as they used to be. They conceptions as:
Morally Unobjectionable For
aren't as populous either. Probably 1. The legend that Notre
gives Adults and Adolescents
I it figured. After all, 14 I t Dame "small unknown
a ,
aallas.i r ass] ar kD was SEVEN DAYS IX
;years underground is a long experts'viewpoint Indiana school"" with an un MAYPara.( .)

_a time, even for a mole. distinguished record in foot

4Tp ?{ ball. A team that was capableof Morally Unobjectionable For
T-Ic The announced attendancewas
: x : beating Michigan under the Adults With Reservations
56,972, but there were long
: stretches of empty pews in the memory of Knute Rockne stewardship of the famous THE YOUNG AND THE
p Yost, could scarcelybe WILLING (Brit.)
Yankee Stadium when the with a luncheon at the Man- Hurry Up

;_ hattan Hotel and the prin- dismissed as insignificant.The Part
Fighting Irish of Notre Dame Morally Objectionable in
:! in cipal speaker was a. man who score was 113.
F- : made their first appearance For All
___ him in the first
h New York since 1949. played against The year 1909, four seasons liE RIDES TALL

j' Notre Dame-Army game 50 before West Point supposedly (Univ-Intl.)
z a .. Of course, Syracuse isn't years ago. Introduced the small unknownetc.

_.., N". _......... __...__ .. __ ., ,. .... ......... ...... ,. . and for that matter the ForAH
---.d-: -1- --: w.l v V' rr: \"Yd rti l. e.'""'r ." W t "'..'t1 L
I Squad of Crusaders at School edition of Notre Dame bears Jones was at right guard, Xotre Dame had compiled a (Condemned)
Bishop Kenny High very little resemblance to the Rockne at left end. Later the perfect season which included KNIFE IN TilE WATER

Jacksonville's Crusaders from Fortunato ((64), Paul Chiarello Caskill ((50)), John Jackson (63)),' original. captain, less formally knownas a shutout victory over Pitts. (Polish)

Bishop Kenny High School this ((75)) ; middle row, Tom Frohne :Mike Healey '((40)), Dale Romeka What fighting the Irish do Biff, or The Biffer, and burgh. TIARA TAHITI (Brit.)

year include, from left, foreground, ((77)), Stan Wrubwski ((55)), John ((30)), John' Albert ((10)), Brad these days is largely for sur Rockne were to meet regularlyas 2. Notre Dame won becausethe

Mike Hartley ((72)), Pat Griffin Burke ((12)), Bill Shalley ((52)), Bill Davis ((20)), Craig Welch ((21)), vival. Out-manned and overpowered rival coaches schools. for their respective east in general and, ArmyIn

((31)), Charles Parsons ((11)), Eric :McGrath ((57)), Tom Sheehan ((51)), Vince Wasack, ((80)), Roger DuPont they somehow managed particular "had never seen ORLANDO

Haugdahl ((71), Bob Blumberg Harold Bagley ((62)), Phil Barn- ((76)). The head coach, George M. to make it deceptivelyclose This being the golden annN the forward pass before." Prob. WINTER PARK

((33)), Ed Tubel ((81)), Bill Swan- hoist ((32)), Ed Marsicano ((70)) ; Gazdick is at the right; the assIs- against Syracuse in closing versary of the game, archaeologists ably the Cadets had never seen

son ((22)), Doug Solomon ((61), AI Julian E. Johnson ((60)), Ed Mc- tant coach, Joe Parete, left. out another bleak season, have been exploring the pass executed so effectivelybut
27. anew the ancient ruins with it certainly was no strangerto

The backdrop Prior to the season's finale, historians, reexamining the them. Herman J. Heidrich l l

ORLANDO the Touchdown Club honored time-stained scrolls.to In fact, two weeks before & Sons

I the first 'ND game the Cadets Growers and Shipper

WINTER PARK Bewails senseless/ assassinationFAIRVIEW e employed the pass to beat Colgate or Fancy Fruit and VrfrUblc*

at the time one of the DAMvLE BRAND PRODUCTS

assassination of Presi- victim of an assassin's bullet,, better eastern teams, and three

THE John F. Kennedy was was killed by John Wilkes years earlier Vanderbilt had

Booth, a neurotic' whose mind come up from the South to Gary's Duck Inn
tragic in every sense, tragic t
broodingover hold a.superior Yale team even
Cleaners & was unhinged by
Laundry for his family because it GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE
of the
the defeat of the South. by means pass. .
Dependable Featuring Fabric Care robbed them of a loved one, John C. kTii/ President Garfield was killed S AD at the 1963 season's ending were the fans who so On other points, the anniversary FINEST SEAFOOD AND
tragic for the nation and the ROAST
l'ln. :E. A. McCarthy O'BrienBut by a man crazed by disappoint enthusiastically supported the diocesan high school inspired researchersare
world because it senseless. GA 4-4531
4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando was ment in not having received ;a football teams. closer in agreement with
3974 So. Or. BI. Trail
There have been times in political appointment h< Despite many handicaps and often unexpected losses, established facts.

"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" history when assassinationswere thought he deserved. the coaching staffs had produced squads that made each

almost inevitable incidents Leon Czolgosz, the killer: o\\ contest interesting enlivening the adage, "it mattersnot QUALITY with ECONOMY Is SATISFACTION
COLLEGE PARK in uprisings to President McKinley, was a fanatic "
you won or lost, but how you played the game.
FLORIST tyranny and oppression. In the assassination of' anarchist w'uh. a psychopathic Considering the won.. lost: ROBERT J. HERRONGENERAL
u --- ----
FLOWERS BY WIRE such uprisings, murder John F. Kennedy wa not such, hate for authority. record------------0, Coach Frank Moretti's stave off a Seminole touch- CONTRACTOR

2120 3-5771 though it may never be Justifiable a murder. The President wag!' Many public figures In the team achieved the best percentage down in the third quarter that Winter Park 644-1884
morally, at least served a no tyrant, no oppressor of the past' few days have attempted with twice victories made the final score read 21.20
Orlando Nite GA 2-0894 as many Central Florida
Church & School Construction in
people.He .
political purpose. to link the slaying of President against the Hornets.
((6)) as defeats ((3)). The Father -
Kennedy with the hate and bitterness Then a Thanksgiving afternoon -
Lopez High School team
was, on contrary, a
I Ci 'i.zen.s: Orlando's fastest I man of peace and good will, a that pervades our. made their final two appearances encounter' with, Metro Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres?
time not merely in this country conference rival Evans Highin
NATIONAL BANK dedicated servant of his country both on "foreign" fields, We hate a home designed! for jour family
but throughout the world stand wins identical Orlando, produced an unexpected -
as by
ORLANDO growing bank who strove to achieve justice -
And it may be true that this loss, 2614. The Hornets
for all, who was deeply scores, DEMETREE BUILDERS
creates a climate conducive tc posted their final touch.
loved both at home and abroad
across from St. James as the universal mourning so acts of violence, although such The Daytonans came from down in the game's last min :5307 East Colonial Drive CR 7-1922
a climate is not necessary to behind In a bitter struggle ute but it was not enough to
eloquently testified.His .
assassination,was not an trigger an unsound mind. with St. Joseph Academy in keep the Trojans from taking
Certainly ,it is true that boll St. Augustine, edging the their first win on their home
incident in an organized up- In Lincoln's time and ink our Flashes in the final three min field. THOMSON & McKINNONIN
rising nor even a conspiracy.The .
WATKiNS own passions raged over a dj. utes.
man accused of the deed visive issue. The Cougars of Cardinal ORLANDO SINCE 1924
was a marxist fanatic whose After a scoreless first half, Mooney High School visited
PAINT WALL PAPER mind was unhinged by per- Lincoln was hated and savagely Coach Bill Stathius' gridderstook Punta Gorda for their last Member New York Stock Exchange
assailed by those who resented
sonal grievances he never ex a 7-6 lead in an exciting game and absorbed a 27-0 loss
and other principal! exchanges
the emancipation of the<
plained. third quarter but had their to the Tarpons.
There has: never been, in slaved and by anti-slaver;: ''chance for a St. Johns River CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2-7183
WITH THIS AD Americans who thought hin Coach Jack Swind's team
fact, an attempt to overthrowthe Conference upset slither awayon
$1.00 Donated to Mercy Hospital government of the United too soft toward the South. Am the Green Waves' Jeff LaCour's couldn't mount any attack atseason's
in our own time there are< the Sarasotan's
end, though -
States by force, if we except three-yard plunge.In .
with purchase of eachARMSTRONG who bitterly resente READS patio Mart Inc.
groups had managed 13 pointsin
the War between the States, their finale the Daytona
S TIREJIM which was an organized civil and criticised the late Presi gridders did about the same, their last home game the

I war. All the Presidents who dent's efforts to complete the< garnering a fourth quarter previous week. But that encounter aer HY. 17-92 TE 8-2018
McCONNELL'SSAFETY of the slaves by II li III
emancipation ; the Cougar's field
have been victims of assassin'sbullets score to edge a Keystone on 1 FERN PARK
TIRE SERVICE, INC. obstacles to the
removing Venice the Indians
were slain by men with Heights team that tallied on with saw
2325 N. Orange Blossom Trail Negro's enjoyment of the ful scalp Mooney High, 4813. Largest Selection of QUALITY Casual
Fairvilla Center "Complete Auto Service"PARTNERS minds warped by private griev- the game's last play.
him b
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ances or irrational fanaticism.All Furniture Central Florida
disastrously in
the Constitution. Also playing their last two November also -

the assassinations of But no great emotlona]I. games "away" Bishop Moore for Coach George Gaz- Hammocks Umbrellas and Concrete Pottery"Your

American Presidents 'h a v e issue divided the nation when; : High School gridders bumped dick and his Bishop! Kenny

been senseless' ,. ;.I' J Garfield and McKinley wen into two losses. High School pigskin chasers.

President Lincoln the firstTo assassin's bul
shot down by
1 ar r, .. At Sanford, Coach Carl Ge- Despite a pass completiona Personal Bank"Serving
lets. An American Presiden
nito's crew scored 20 points in back fielder's first attemptever
be the victim of a disordered
Philippines I 1 the first half but were unableAilAmericans1 the Crusaders were hand-
mind at any time. ed a 28-12 loss by Lake City.
FUELOIL VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope Already there is talk of The .500 mark proved elusivefor
BURNER SERVICE Paul VI has named ArchbishopCarlo "tightening" security about the the Jacksonville Crusaders
Martini to be apostolic }>erson,of the President. Bu; NEW YORK (NO Jim win
needed a over
L.A. JOHNSON nuncio to the Philippines. The absolute security is unattainable .. Kelly, Notre Dame end, was when home-town they rival Fletcher anddidn't

Archbishop had served as nuncio as history has shown time! selected on the 1963 All-Amer make it. the Communityfor
UJKi U to the Philippines. The after time. Every Presiden; ica first team by the 567 members Confer-

PH l'ClllSavings Archbishop had served as nuncio develops] a fatalistic attitud of the American football In Pinellas County 47 Years
ence play, Bishop
the hazards of hi coaches association.
to Paraguay. He succeeds tovard ;
Archbishop Salvatore ;>.: exalted office. Roger Staubach, Navy quar- School suffered another in a FIRST NATIONAL BANK

I named nuncio to the When the late Presiden terback, who also has been surprising string of scoreless
who was AT WINTER PARKwith
losing to Northeast, 26- [:I
Philippines in March, 1959, and Coolidge was chided by hi ; called the Naval Academy'sbest games Roger had the
deposited by the tenth of the month earn Interest died in Rome October 8, 1D63.Gray's friends for failing to cooperatE "altar boy," in addition to 0. Coach Jesse all the in TRUST DEPARTMENT Telephone 647-3000
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win streak disrupted by MARYLAND FRIED
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Rick Redman, Washington, and the 111 winds of
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Although the slaying of th Dick Butkus, Illinois, center; before Southeast, 13-6, and Chicken Dinner $1.00

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Rome decentralizes December SImmaculate
:! F'i Conception.

Gloria, 2ndi'
{ (Mass feast,
'Sd'ro9: ? off in Advent -

t, power in papal decree tM-./.. ,... t' ..: }J: Y yf 1. <:' prayer Blessed, Virgin.Creed,) Preface of

t \ December 9
(Continued from Faro 1) ond session of the council In Advent .
r 2nd Sunday
u (
steady drive toward "a gforna- which opened September 29 as r Common Preface.)
mento"-bringing the Churchup observer-delegates or guests of :. t SN' : December 10
to date. the Secretariat for Promoting iii: Mass of 2nd Sunday in Advent -
:1y (
Unity. This was 18 of St.
The session started its busi- more than those at the first ...\ 2nd prayer pref
ness on September 30 with a session. yen. t :M.apry4 Melchiades, Common
study of the nature of the Y ace.)

Church-a critical analysis that Lay auditorsPope WEDNESDAY, December 11
I. (Mass
included self criticism and Pope St. Damasus

1 went on November 18 to debates Paul gave laymen an fn S on ecumenism which official role at the council for 2nd prayer of 2nd Sunday In

covered what the Church must the first time. He named 15 Ii Sy t Advent Common Preface.)

do for Christian unity. lay auditors. Their role, accord 4 4M1V.i a THURSDAY, December 12
ing to a council press bulletin, k f (Same as Monday above.)

Fathers'votes was to help in the work of the FRIDAY, December 13
council. The bulletin said that W St. Lucy. (Mass of feast,
When issues were put to a they might "be called upon to i t I r ?' Gloria, 2nd prayer of 2nd

s I Vote, the council Fathers: give their advice to the concil- Sunday in Advent, Common
i i Voted clearly in favor of iar commissions." t z Preface.)

i i i giving Bishops a larger role in Just a week before the coun- : SATURDAY, December 14
j governing the universal cil opened, Pope Paul said In a F S.t A"rt (Same as Monday above.)

Church. speech to the members of the P e t SUNDAY, December 15

Approved a reform ImpliO'lng Roman Curia that the Curia, f Guadete Sunday, the third
the Church's public the Church's central adminis- 1 Sunday of Advent. (Mass of

1 worship, and bringing modern trative body, had "grown pone ZR. t } w.K ".S 5'S Sunday, Creed, Preface of
derous with its venerableage.
own Trinity.)
languages in the :Mass and sac k
." i'
!. t S k k
It needed to be simplified and Rumania refuses
Adopted a set of principleson decentralized, he said. .,;

the Church's use of press, The idea of Bishops taking a k Sx} visa for Bishop
television and radio. bigger part In running the ) Y r

The rule of secrecy which Church, with possibly an "epis- BONN (NO The last of six

covered almost everything that copal senate" to work with the .ate y s Latin Rite Bishops in communist

took place in the council hall Pope, was talked over in the -ruled Rumania was dis

during the first session (Oc- council hall. : appointed at refusal of his request -

tober 11 to December 7, 1962)) Pope Paul set the tone of the for permission to go to

was eased during the second session in a moving opening a Rome for the ecumenical coun
session. address on September 29. S xF cil.

Archbishop Felicl explainedat The Pope said that the "prin The German Catholic news

the session's first general cipal concern" of the session agency KNA said that this report -

meeting that secrecy was now would be to "examine the In- E on Bishop Aaron Marlon

; limited to the actual texts of timate nature of the Church." .-_... ..- of Alba Julia came from

i the proposed schemas and the Church sources recently in con
dI I The Church must be seen as At Communion for the late PresidentSt.
j work of Individual council tact with the Bishop.It .
i totally Christ-centered, he said,
I commissions. if the council's main objectiveswere Matthew Church, Jacksonville, was draped catafalque in the center aisle of the :Mullally P.A., of Daytona Beach, who was Is still extremely difficult,

I ) Direction of the council's to be rightly understood.He packed on Monday, November 25, during the church (above), hundreds of Father DanielC. confirming in Jacksonville. Officers of the fiX A said, to contact Bishop

. work was taken over by four 11 a.m. Solemn Requiem Mass for the reposeof Hegarty's parishioners received Holy Requiem were Father Hegarty, celebrant; Marton. He is still practicallyunder

I moderators-Leo Cardinal Su- outlined these objectivesIn the soul of John F. Kennedy. In tribute to Communion. After Mass,, the congregationheard Father William O'Connell, deacon; and Father house arrest.

enens of Belgium, Julius Car- four points: "The knowledge, the late President of the United States, whose the words in memoriam spoken by a Patrick O'Connor, subdeacon.
| dinal Doepfner of Munich, Gia- or-if you prefer-the aware- His food is brought to him
slain body was represented by the flag- visiting dignitary, :Monsignor William J.
como Cardinal Lercaro of Bologna ness of the Church; its reform; daily from a nearby seminaryand
and Gregorio Cardinal the bringing together of all he must have permissionto

: Agagianian, Prefect of the Sacred Christians in unity; the dialogue Religion tied V" .'41 Blessed Nuncio bore much say :Mass in his cathedral or
Congregation for the Prop- of the Church with the to receive visits from Priests,

agation of the Faith. modern world." ty KNA said. Visitors must signa
Sixty-three non-Catholic religious to freedomsof 1e q ; suffering in short life book kept by a police guardin

leaders came for the sec- Requiem offered Hx. r g Jr > the Bishop's house.
workersContinued VATICAN CITY (NC-Blessed Nunzio Sulprizio lived Of Rumania's six Latin rite

CHARLEVILLE, Ireland 5) 19 years and five days.In dioceses, five have no Bishop
(XC)-All offices, stores and ( from Pate 1) Y... / that brief span he had enough suffering for a life and are ruled by excommunicated -
CLEARWATERSMITH'S schools here In the home townof izes technology, economics and vicars. The Rumanian
four tunes as long. But within that same brief span
the late Archbishop Daniel society," Pope Paul concluded."It ) Byzantine rite Church was dis
tt ,poGifts + Blessed Nunzio achieved a height of holiness his elders
j :Mannix of Melbourne, Aus- is religion that makes solved by the government In
envied. The Church beatified
tralia, closed during a requiemfor working men great and good words were See how beautiful 1948. Statistics from the early
the Archbishop.WRITERS. and just and free." him December 1. she 15__;." 1950s show 1.5 million Byzan

JEWELERS Busloads of young working Blessed Nunzio was born on Blessed Nunzio Sulprizio was tine Rite and 1.1 million Latin
boys and girls converged on t April 30, 1817, at the village of leclared Venerable by Pope Rite Catholics in a total pop

j Diamonds Watches Rome December 1 for the be- Pesco Sansonesco, northwest of 3 Leo: XIII in 1891. ulation of 18.8 million.
Rome. His father shoe-
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t St. Peter's the brief of beatification president an autographed copy of Pacem in Ter- In 1830, when It became evI- IIrewgL-' : : I

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.; \,, Beach, December 10, Colonel Felice Wochinger of JiTJibJ1I1iMEN
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SCHOOLSACADEMY : y" Day of recollection, Decem- brought the holiness of his

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OF THE HOLY NAMESResident ". "J : .f .\\ Beach. He later had the happinessof

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