The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Bishops bring Council session to close, in RomeOnce first on-

again, this month, Bishops bade Basilica. Pope Paul said to them in his should celebrate the .liturgical mysteries (of will
each other farewell and went their separate address closing the council session: "You the blessed Nativity if Our Lord Jesus 'when

ways after their momentous conference at have already been long absent from your Christ) in that place where Providence has pro-

the second session of the Second Vatican Sees, in which the sacred ministry requires entrusted to us His church, His community i prac-that

Council. This picture shows the Bishops your presence, your guidance and your and His priestly pastoral duty." made

leaving their working sessions at St. Peter's zealous pastoral labors but each of us to be

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Father's Month's Mind Bishop
Holy journey ; to 164.
Archbishop Joseph P. Hur- and

leyvill celebrate a Month'sMind .

held appeal to James Mass B. Cloonan for Monsignor on Monday WASHINGTON ( ) spoke Bish-
unity bama's Auxiliary
morning at 10 o'clock at
Assumption Church in ,Jack. with right of ses

sonville. Monsignor Cloonan, nessee. episco-
ROME (NC-Vatican Radio, on December 10, broad- the beginnings and to join the pastor of Assumption, diedon The announcement In-

cast a commentary on the significance of the forthcoming Lord In prayer, in penance and November 15: In Jackson- Wednesday morning, from,
pilgrimage of Pope Paul VI to the Holy Land. It called spiritual renewal." ville. He was buried in St. 11, at the Apostolic to the

the Holy Father's visit there itself "an appeal to unity." It Is in this spirit the' com- Augustine's San Lorenzo in Washington, D.C. Peter."
The commentator described the "ecumenical aspects"of mentator said that Pope Paul Cemetery beside other vet. Bishop Durick will
the imminent pilgrimage to Jerusalem as "having extra- "will offer his Church to erans of the Church in Flor Jutor to Bishop ''' him
ordinary importance." Christ there ida. His funeral was held at Adrian of Nashville. B good
where Christ
It .ro..I.t.The Adrian born in Iowa
all.& November of the
Vatican Radio commen- founded it, and will call the Assumption Church on
"Jerusalem Is the symbol of that day was named seventh
tary on the journey filled In separated Christians to the one 20 and on
the and Nashville in 1936.
one Church, Requiem
a void of facts which had followed and holy Church, as the Lord the Archbishop! a was a
although the divisions among Mass for him in St.Pttl'r's Bishop Durick will be
announcement of the Christians manifest themselves wished. Basilica. ing to his native state. by
dates of the visit-January 4 painfully in the Holy City it The commentator added: born in Dayton, interests'L labored
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self. The Holy Father will pray
"(But) the feeling of a com- for the peace of the world and jinations
St. Leo
NewPriestk mon bond, of common love for the salvation of the wholeof ore Q than
k which gathers everyone around mankind. Here also our separated : in
to be raised Christ reveals itself in the brothers will find themselves
set Dec. 2 1 at page
very fact that the places hal united with us, because :
in Rome lowed by the Lord are at pres- like us they recognize these
ent the common property of great Christian responsibilities. ST. LEO-Ordination c eremonies at St. Leo

Catholics, of Greek Orthodox, ." Church on December,'21 will raise two
ST. PETERSBURG BEACH and of Armenian Orthodox.
Ludwig J. Carosella and Complete arrangements for Abbey to the Priesthood, F'r. Lawrence Schuck ;
"The pilgrimage to Jerusalem the Pope's journey to the Holy
Paul Romfh. Archbishop Jonew leph P. Hurley will
will leave for Rome this
party transcends! the distancesof Land are in the hands of the
coming week to attend the space and ,time to return to papal secretariat of state. Priests, it is announce d by Abbot Marion

ordination of his son, the Rev. .. -.w .w.Aq. O.S.B. of St. Leo.
Mr. Jerome A. Carosella. Fr. Lawrence is the
The seminarian, whose mother Mr. and Mrs. Victor i

died in April of this year, 4201 46th Street, ( ) of
has resided for nearly four Petersburg; and Fr.
at the
years at the North American 4S Romfh, the son of Mr.
College. He attends classes at George B. Romfh of ,

1 the Gregorian University.He 104th Street, Miami.
will be ordained for the ..:,:...,,'" grade school i the
Diocese of St. Augustine on ';1i2 JW:, roommates at St.
Wednesday, December 18, In attended St. Bernard the
the Church of St. Ignatius in : in Alabama.Fr. .

Rome, and will celebrate his Lawrence has should
first Mass the next day at the :;I '>. St. John's University with
Church of Santa Maria della ',: ) )-;) / legeville, Minnesota com

Qnereia in Rome. 0 San Anselmo, the
Present for the ordination t. : V Benedictine College com-
ceremony and first Mass will Italy. apos
be the new Priest's father, Mr. After his

Carosella; his maternal grand- t. .'.. ... .. .-' .,.. Lawrence will ."
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Charles Stanco '" i.
mother Mrs. ; ;:
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and Mrs. Francis Gaffney of ... .....;. ORDINATIONS, respect
St. Petersburg; as well as a "'. ... x.
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number of relatives from Italy :. .... j -
including his great aunt, Sister
Eleonora. condi

Other close relatives, who the
will not be at the rites In -

Rome, are his maternal grand- on judged,
father, Charles Stanco of St. r r ,.R i three
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Petersburg Beach, and his been
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other grandmother, Mrs. Henry .
The Presidential ( )
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Carosella to In.
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honor the President
parents moved to St. the
Petersburg Beach from Waterbury A \ ? stow in peacetime, por.
In 1948.Priests :Ii ferred posthumously
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He will hold a conferencewith -...'... ..... '" .- "profoundly -
-- --- dignity of man.
all of his Priests, Tuesday which
Highest civilian honor for teacher The citation spoke .
In Orlando, to speak about the John "dedicated
diocesan plan of cooperation President Lyndon B. Johnson con- was Angier Biddle Duke, center, chiefof God" as who a had a "

with the purposes of the fers the nation's highest civilian award, protocoL Last summer, the ate ence for peace. Eng-
CounciL the gold presidential Medal of Freedom President John F. Kennedy selected 30 Created by decree

The clergy will meet at 10:30: (above), upon Miss Genevieve Caul- persons, including Miss Caulfield, for S. Truman in 1945 all to
a.m. on December 17 in the St. field. Blind Miss Caulfield, 75, is noted the honor. .Last week, President John- signed by President J i Two,
Charles social hall, Orlando. for teaching and social work in South- son awarded the medal to the recip- Kennedy, the Medal men t
Luncheon will be served to east Asia. She has lectured in this Di- ients and added to the honors list the dom Is awarded for a decree

the Priests, the Chancery announcement ocese under the DCCW auspices. As- late Pope John XXm and President rious contribution to ( )

said. sisting the President at the ceremony Kennedy. security or national " "


2 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dee. 13, 1963 ., ., '. Sharing our treasure Daytona BeachOur
Lady of LourdesA

covered dish luncheon Is

Catholic lightsconvert' set for the December 19 meet

Catholic Florida Repeats --- ', ,- press ing of Our Lady of Lourdes

-i-iPI- 5 vocation path later Women's than Club usual., planned a day

of the :Most Blessed Sacrament School and under the :directionof ,: : : On the program, the parish
about 2 o'clock. the Sisters of St. Joseph ONE of the chief means ?' t school children will sing carols.

ShepherdA Father Joseph Kett S. I.A. was *. able' :to. ;buy necessarytherapetztie'fu1pment [ -- _____ communicating information ;r Mrs. Edward Favis and Mrs.
day of recollection will be will be the moderator.St. and ; is the printed word. Unlike .. .,:.. Edward Newcome will speak,
sponsored the Good maintain an adequate teaching the spoken word which is :.. : "
Shepherd AndrewA Father: ::..:fJ" '."f on Christmas themes.

Women's Guild, 5902 "barbershop" chorus en- staff. Many of you have gone I1.._ I ; so transient, the printed word J '.,,.' Prior to the meeting, Mrs.S. .

Oleander Drive, Azalea Park, tertained the members of St. into the school to work with' fG abides and can be passed on to John \. ,}.:'..; -l A. Jackson and Miss Eugenia -

Orlando, for the general Orlando Andrew Guild on December 11 the children and experienced bJ an incalculable number of O' rienmiracles Nicola will meet with nine

area on Tuesday, Jan in the hall at the parish. Ann the immeasurable satisfactionof !1 readers. circle chairmen Tuesday at 1

uary II..Ml Ford directed the singers, having given of yourself to Hence Catholic literature p.m. to plan the buffet.

women of the area are whoe: claim to fame follows: aid a child of God. Contributions of cash or

cordially invited to attend this Three quartets performed in This appeal is made) to asur: -.- .----- ---4r newspapers, magazines, canned goods are in order for
and book help
one-duy retreat fur the ,Spiritual the chorus. One of them recently you that you are needed now-. Maitt&nd project pamphlets *Faith-can with especially that of the St. Vincent de Paul Society
jou share your holy
renewal of their Catholic Resurrection.On .
placed in the top ten in more than e\er. If you -.V ore baskets.

faith. a contest in California. They unable to attend the. coffe' ...in', Members St. :Mary Magdalen Altar Society otlttrN. March 2, 1963, I was ordained DeLand

Reservations are to be madeIn are members of the Orlando September, you may send your fivMaitland. plan a doll sale on December 22. ,Pic- Never throw away Catholic by Archbishop Egidio

advance, through Mrs. Mary Chapter} of the International 19tv t6t. .dues. o'f one:%:.doll r.,to tured :are Mrs. William NanHorn, who made the literature; pass it on to churchless Vagnozzi at the Franciscan st. Peter to Mrs.

Nicholson at CR 7-4707, or Organization 0 f Barbershop the trea urcr, Mr Edward H. dresses; and Mrs. George SarLouis.St. friends and neighbors.The Monastery of the Holy Land, Each week, according members of

Mrs.:: John R. Harkins at Singers. This chapter is six I Hurt 1211 College Point Winter -. widely circulated pam- Washington. I celebrated my Anne Livingston, Peter'sRosaryAltar

GA 5-33G8.: ( No reservations: will year old. It also recently Park, Florida.'e Petersburg Tampa phlet, Finding Christs' Church, first Mass at St. Kevin's St. Therese Circle Society of St.in De-

be taken after January 9. placed second in a southeastern \\ want to Include your St. Jude St. Lawrence (Ave Maria Press, 23 cents) Church, Flushing, New Yorkon Land visit patients at the Lati--
Registration will take place regional contest. name on the new membership has helped to lead thousandsinto the following day.
Members of the Women's Buy from home.
your holiday goods nursing
January 14 at 8 a.m. at the St. Charles list so that you will receive a the fold. So too have the Never can I sufficiently mer
dollars Guild of St. Jude parih'invit St. Lawrence, invite membersof On December 21, the circle
church. A fee of three Parish; men and women, personal invitation to the open paperbacks, Father Smith In- thank Almightly God for the
patrons of the December 16 St. Lawrence Altar Societyin will serve a benefit continental
per person includes breakfast through the lay organizations, house we are planning at Morning structs Jackson and The Faithof precious gift of the Catholic
of Mrs.
event to Tampa. will have home
bring an unwrapped They a dinner at the
and lunch. Services for the day Star in the spring. Faith and for the vocation to
will present the Christmas pro- Millions, (Our Sunday
Christmas: gift suitable for a holiday bake and candy sale in Frank Gasparovic on Pinetree
will conclude with Benediction given annually in the Our big news is a benefit Visitor Press). the Priesthood of Jesus Christ
gram girl or a boy. These gifts will the social hall on December 22. Court. Invitations have been

parish It will be an event of entertainment with Jordan be distributed to charity. Featured will be both home.. Scarcely a month goes by Mindful of the help whirl sent out for the event.Deadlines.

St, PetersburgMUMFORD December 13; at 8 p.m. in the Marsh's cooperation early next The program will include en- made goods and some from without some convert tellingus he had recehed' from reading " " " "

social hall. Mrs. Richard Ruppis year in connection with I the tertainment and refreshments. -other lands. how his interest in the the pamphlets in the dUplaj. '

chairman. World's Fair theme. Plan to be Assembly will be at 8 p.m. in EpiphanyMembers Faith was kindled by readinga rack before the chaplain's office .. New toricn from any s orrehoald
Members of the women's with February 11 at theCheiry book. Florida Cathvllr" .
us the parish cafetorium at 58th of the Ladies Guildof Catholic pamphlet or Michael began while sill reach Th
Parish .ffir., no Inter than 31..dar.
St. Charles
the Hotel.
IlrfrlzmUion, Conditioning group Street and Fifth Avenue North.. the Epiphany parish in The helpfulness of some pamphlets a :cniinarian a prombin; nvt. pirtiirt fthould reach th*
llrttt I'umi|I' rnlrr, Council, lent their homes to a Meantime, please remain an St. is shown in the conversion rililor by Friday for publication
MarySt. literary npostolate.He ;
Tampa last week held a Christmas -
(;.w.I I'uiI .tp.lIi&neeilrflh "maich of cards" last Friday. active member of the Auxiliaryby of Michael D. Mellach, In the following Friday' Issue.
Martin de Porres Guild
Muulh: party. The gifts broughtby
riionr* Participating as hostesses were sending in your dollar to- now a Franciscan Priest at has translated four books, ," "
card in
will hold a party aid members will be given to
Hay *9 .ftlK7 :Mtr 8JK-JIH Mrs John Leitch, Mrs. J. A.Iartinelli day. Holy Name College, Washington from the French and ha
of the Immaculate Conception children.
Mrs. George Dineen needy. D.C., who relates his history written several books, includ. St. Petersburg
parish on December 18 in St. Last Sunday, from 2 to 4 p.m.,
Edouard C. Mrs. William Daly, Mrs. Bernard thus: ing First Born Son and Christ
Craig College Students Mary's hall at 1 p.m. a reception in the church hall
A. Gaetz, Mrs Jay Caruso, Your King.
Contractor and Distributorfor Mike Mahoney of Orlando, a CDA honored n e w members of I was born in New York City JACKSON'S
i.rs. William; R. McCallister, but attendedthe At the present time we an
student at the Notre Dame University Eighteen new members were Epiphany Ladies Guild. of Jewish parents
Mrs. Henry J. Testa, who was and Miss Mary Lucia welcomed into Catholic Daugh- synagogue only a few averaging but one convert foi; SHOES
Vikon Metal Ceramic chairman and Mrs. Edwin while Jehovah's
300 Catholics
JacksonvilleSt. times. Several of childhood ,
of Beach my
Stevenson Daytona ters of America courts, Sancta
917.94th and St.Mosaic So. Tiles 347-4101 Sandford. studying at St.ilr.y's. Collegein Maria and Bl. Elizabeth Ann Patrick: friends were Catholic and I Witnesses, Mormons and Adventists Ladies' & Men's

.. Morning Star Notre Dame, Indiana, took Seton, in St. Petersburg, December Dancing tonight at the Ri. went occasionally with themto are averaging man: Clinic Miller
---" Mrs. John J.
This week, the
part on December 8 in the Ave 1. The former is the bault Lions Club will be sponsored Sunday Mass. more. Why? Because Vitality Weyenberg
Grant, president of the Morn- J l
of the printe
Maria Chorale The glee clubsof state's largest court; the. letter. ,. by the Ladies' Guild and learned make more use Cushioned Bellalres
ing Star SchoolVomen's Auxiliary Virtually as soon as I the .
51/4 both schools presented the the state's newest. the'Men's Club of Jackson- word, especially pamphlet
the Central Ave. 862-1355
% enters this appeal to about Christ and religion The moral? Distribute oni; 641
winter concert at 8 p.m. Moqsignor Patrick J. Don- ville's St. Patrick parish. Music believed in the
Greater Orlando Catholic women lie founded, 1 month.
ohoe spoke of his pilgrimageto by the Components will be pamphlet a
: Can you refuse the out- Catholic Faith.It
Our Lady's shrine at from 9 till 1 and a floor show
stretched hand of a little child? MelbourneOur St LeoCollege
Lourdes, France, this past year. is planned by "Arthur Murray"dancers. was a pure gift of God
And she answers:
Lady of Lourdes
The class admitted this and I was entirely spared the
We know can't.That .
you Parents are partners with month was named the John F. The donation is three dollarsa inner turmoil which charac. Abbot Marion B o w m a I

is why you so generously Star- God in a sacred work, in rais- Kennedy class, in honor of the couple says Mrs. Myrtle terizes many conversions. O.S.B., of St. Leo, chancellor o 1C 1I
] Morning '
Church Hospital supported the ing children, it was emphasizedin murdered President of the Walters, Guild pre sid e n t. Though convinced of the St. Leo College, has announce<
School last by joining
year a panel discussion here last United States. Mrs. Frank is invited. that the institution will cor
Auxiliary and attending the Everyone truth of the Catholic religion, lI % c--
School fund-raising event of the week. The subject "Mouldingthe Scheidell, state regent, assistedby Sacred Heart I took no step to join the tinue on to the upper leve
child," was presented to Maria's the with the junior year in 19K.
Sancta grand regent Plans for a New Year's Evp Church until I entered
BONDS year. By your participation members of the Catholic Wom Mrs. P. Sulzbach, and Seton's of the Father Stephen HerrmaniO.S.B. J
the little school located di- A. dance are to be discussed December armed forces. In front 1e
en's Club of Our Lady of Mrs. Robert Va- is president of th )i:
rectly in back of St. Charles grand regent, 17 at the church hall by chaplain office at Scott Air

DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. Lourdes parish in Melbourne. sold, initiated new members. members of Sacred Heart Force Base, Illinois, pamphlets young St. Leo College. ':; i
Meeting at the Central Catholic :
403 }lor". Theatre IiulkllngSt. Guild. Mrs. Robert Conley is were displayed covering many /?";
.I> 1, Ma.. The Flower Dell High School for the eve- Eustis f _
lrr burr HfiJ-OJSl chairman of the dance.A phases of Catholic Faith and

XAMK: ................... ning program, the group heard St. Mary of the LakeAt December film, "The Spirit of Christ practice.I Enjoy AUTOMATIC ---- --.=a
Florist & Gifts the subject discussed by Father a meeting on S -=
AnHnto:: ................... Martin B. Power of Eau 12 at 1:30: p.m. in the parish mas, will be shown at the devoured a number of IKeepFilIedSDELIVERY t-- "
I 1621 I Central St. Guild session. conviction that '
CiTy. ....... "STATE' . Petersburg Gallie, Mother M. Marguerite hall members 0 f the Altar- these and my
.., ('- Phone: 862-4722 or 862-7961 O.S.F. who is principal ,of the Rosary Society will arrange Jacksonville, BeachSt. Jesus:: was God's anointed one BLUE RIBBONFINANCING
had been sent, and suf-- Phone:
high school, and Dr. William for the decoration of the altars
Paul and risen for St. Pete 898.1111
fered, died; our
at Christmas. ,
Bourland, pediatrician.
Last week, 180 persons received Clearwater 446-8314 will help you buy or buildyour
Madeira Beach Bank Panelists conducted a ques A full attendance of mem- justification, was further new home at lowest
Confirmation at St. Paul
MADEIRA BEACH tion-answer period. bers is requested. Church in Jacksonville Beach deepened.I cost. Put him to work for you.
r zllE
contacted the chaplain,
Member under the instruction of Father First Federal SavingsAnd
Father (now Monsignor) Rich-
Insurance .
Corp. James J. Heslin. Monsignor
OLDEST and LARGESTIN Loan AssociationOf
Phone !U-c ard C. Hiester and received a
391-9911 Open Sat. 9.12 :1 William F. MullallyP.A.
PINELLAS St. Petersburg
good course of instruction.
officiated. ..
Upon its completion I was

J FREE 24-HOUR Father. ;Matthew Connollywas baptized on September 13, 1951,
deacon and Father Patrick
_n __ and received into Christ's true I
_t .Q3 Ambulance Service Quinn subdeacon. Serving as Church.It % LIVE SAFELY !

This community service without Monsignor Father Mullally's\V. Thomas chaplainswere Larkin was indeed a happy day Ac DRIVE SAFELY !

Call any time of day or nightob1i atlon-offt'rs' : Fully Trainedttt'Udallts for me, and my joy was Increased -
\ Oxygen EquippedPHONE and Father Patrick O'Connor. when I made my First Consult\ this directory before your next tankful of

3428821mbulan'e I Anywhere within Father Thomas Berginwas Holy Communion.Even gas or needed repairs. You'll be glad you did.
' City Limit master of ceremonies.The .

C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL HOME ceremony was followedby before Baptism I felt

Complete Funeral Services from $175 I 80 I 59th St. No. Benediction of the Most called to the holy Priesthood. ST. JUDE'SfoAUTO

Blessed Sacrament given by
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After leaving the air force,

For Religious Gifts Father Michael Kelly. entered St. Joseph's Seminary, REPAIR ,

Callicoon, New York to study
Lake Wales
1be C" for the Priesthood In the Franciscan NORTHWEST ST. PETERSBURG

\\\0\\G Holy SpiritThe Order. There and in my tYRONE
Sisters of the Holy SEIIV
subsequent theological studies ,0cOS
<< Spirit Convent were the I learned in greater detail and 1ft

CoShO Try this kitchen treat honored guests at the Christ depth how Jesus proved the ,

\ mas silver tea given by the divinity of Himself and of His 9th Av. North 66 Service Calls
Heat oven to hot (425F.).
cinnamon Club of Catholic Women last
slices and buttery -
Apple religion by His life, works and at Tyrone Blvd. Phont 341-2431
L' & Combine flour, sugar and cin- week.I .
topping combine. layer
)' namon. Cut in butter unti I Mrs. A. R Updike Jr. entertained -
of St. Petersburg on layer for this delectable apple -
.' mixture resembles} c o a r s <.; the at her homeon Name St. John'sCOMPLIMENTS
656 Central Ave. .. pie crust mix for a quick 'n group Holy
.iU' easy crust that's just right crumbs. Crooked Lake. She was as-

Phone 824-6101 every time. For pie crust, measure p'n: sisted by Mrs. Gertrude Lyons

Cinnamon apple pie crust mix into bowl. Sprinkle:? Mrs. Kenneth Berkley, Mrs.

Topping: cold water over mix; stir lightly r Louis Yochem, Mrs. Frank
1/3 :: : Laktfltir Arc. M.
: firmly packed
For Clubs /1 cup OF
-- ; brown sugar ( necessary, add another one'". yard and,Mrs. J. C. :McClenden. ,,'J: WIRE FLOWER

1 teaspoon cinnamon half tablespoon cold .water ti<() The tea annually takes the 867-2136 EARL COX
0 For Holy Name 1/4 cup butter or margarine ST. PETERHBL'RG Proprietor:
Pie fruit: make dough hold together.:)I place of the December meeting.

:- Breakfast One-half 10-ox. pVgr. (1 cup) Form into ball. Roll out 01 1 J. l. McKnellen Standard Station
flako pie crust: mix
lightly floured board or canva:s
.-' ;. For Church 5 cups J tablespoons sliced peeled cold raw water apples to form a 13-inch circle. Fi t For Catholics Of PintlUs County 5802 I 15th Ave. S. 7475 Gulf Blvd.
1 tablespoon lemon juice'ettamp into 9-inch St. Pete Beach, Ha.
loosely pie plate Phone 3440461O

Gatherings Trim, allowing 1/4-inch beyond Calvary Cemetery

Cat! rim. Flute edges. Eidsw1d Crs HEINZEN Blessed Sacrament

rGV. S Sprinkle apple slices witl 1s

wJsterDONUT lemon juice. Alternate layer: U. 'S. 19 .t 58th St. No. Phone 52M238 HAZELLS'
; of apple] slices and topping ovei] .
pie crust. Bake in preheatet; Office; Open 9-4 P.M. Diy! & M P.M. on Sunday

or Just drop in anytime rj Qven (425F.; ) for 10 minutes'. SERVICE

Pasadena Ave., 341-7041 34th St., 898-4343 Reduce heat to moderatiuGO'F.
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St. Petersburg ( :) and bake an additiona 1 \.eiJ
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Paul receives olive

Public school aid may hurt

boughs from JerusalemROME others, educator says

(NC-Pope) Paul See, Jose Doussinague y Tex- surrounded him. Smiling at
CINCINNATI NC-Massive federal aid
( exclusivelyfor
VI was presented with idor. The Piazza di Spa g n a the cheering crowd, Pope Paul
public schools would "substantially imperil" the
boughs of olive leaves from takes its name from the Span- was able to reach his car, in
healthy existence of church-related schools, John C. Hayes,
Jerusalem as he and thou- embassy which is locatedon which he remained standing as
it. dean of the Loyola University school of law Chicago has
he driven ,
sands of Romans paid trib- was off to the basil : :

ute to the Blessed Virgin Thousands standing behind ica of St. :Mary :Major for Bene- I -w 1.F'4 said here. dentally aid the school which

barricades cheered the Pope diction.At In a talk on December 11 be-
: "
Mary on the feast 0 f the the student attends.
when he arrived standing in an the basilica he was met fore the Xavier University
Immaculate in
Conception Moreover, parents of pupilsIn
open car.After
the Piazza di Spagna, where by Carlo Cardinal Confalonieri, \ natural law society, :Mr. Hayes, church-related schools can
praying briefly, he Incensed -
Archpriest of the basilica and
her statue towers above thecity's the altar at the base of other -- a former president of the National constitutionally be included, he
by eight Cardinals.
busy traffic. the column which supports the Council of Catholic :Men, declared, along with the par.

The olive branches had statue to the Immaculate Con Pope Paul spoke briefly, urgIng cited supreme court decisionsin ents of pupils in public schools,

ception and then Marian devotion to counter. which he said "the federal in any federal program of tax
been flown from Jordan at presented a
the bouquet of flowers.As act a "form of pessimism which .: government has vindicated the deductions or tax credits which
of the Jordanian
request he was presented with permeates the world be. basic constitutional rights of might be established to aid
embassy in Rome as a trib- parents and children to chooseto education.
the olive branches the cause it has lost its confidencein -
crowds ------
ute to the Pontiff's coming the Blessed Virgin." be educated in private and
broke through barricades and They'promote retreats
pilgrimage, January 4 to 6, lay church-related schools."

to the Holy Land. He gave his blessing from the. Recently, members of the West Sullivan, Tampa, outgoing president. The same federal govern- Bishop Cody diesat
basilica's immense
central balcony
During the December 8 day Prisons hold Florida Laywomen's Retreat AssociaOther outgoing officers are Dr. Eunice
the to the crowds in the nient, therefore, he maintained, 63 in Canada
central downtown square tion elected officers. Here Father Lasche seated right and three of the
below and then drove to ; "ought not to initiate a program -
was closed to traffic as thou. Priestsin Sanitrix Hospital to visit ailing Laurence E. Higgins of Tampa, confour standing; :Mrs. Thomas Riley, which, by excluding such LONDON', Ontario (NC) -
sands filed the base of the many
tall marble past monument to the Ignatius Cardinal Tappouni, gratulates them, from the left, seated, Mrs. Beatrice Horseman of St. Peters- schools without constitutional Bishop John C. Cody, head of

Immaculate Conception to RumaniaBONN 84.year-old Syrian rite patriarch Mrs. Brice LaLonde, Lakeland, viceburg, new treasurer; Miss Rose Hoy necessity, substantially Imperils the London diocese since 1950

president Mrs. B. St. and Mrs. their healthy existenceand died in a hospital here on December
leave floral tributes toO u r of Antioch, who had undergone ; Doyle, Stanley Krajewski.

Lady. This observance has beenan (NC) Hundreds surgery that morning. Petersburg, president; Mrs. Richard development." 5 at age 63.

annual one since the year of Catholic Priests Completing his visit, he returned On the contrary according to Bishop Cody, a native of

1854 when the dogma of the imprisoned in communistruled are still to the Vatican.At The new apostles Mr. Hayes, "comparable aid Ottawa, took a !special interest

Immaculate Conception was a noon appearance at his ought to be afforded to those in Poland and its people. In

proclaimed by Pope Pius IX. Rumania, the German window overlooking St. Peter's schools by including them in the summer of 1959 he led some

The tributes each year range Catholic news agency KNA Square, the Pope had recited Resister of Reds forced to flee the federal program in forms 90 United States and Canadian

said here last week.A the Angelus and then said:
of flow- Catholics to
from simple handfuls which are permissible under on a pilgrimage

ers to elegant bouquets to elab-- number of Priests are in a "This prayer of Ours is addressed By Glenn D. Kittler to receive wherever she went secret room where one could the constitution as presently that country.On .

orate designs in flowers depict camp at Baragan, southeast of today to the Madonnaon for the next four months.It hide when anyone came to the construed."
the feast of the Immaculate dreaded moment had his return he told a meet-
ing the names of various city Bucharest, KNA said, and THE door. To quell her terror dUr- Among these "permissible"forms
others are in prisons in Conception which shows her to Sister Cecilia was was a reception of fear, an ing of Canadian Catholic editors -
organizations, such as a traffic Dej, ing these moments, Sister had of aid, he indicated, are
Gherla, Pitesti and in the us in the full splendor of her still half-asleep when she heard understandable fear, a fear that that a faith like that of
the Rome prison
light presented by her book her crucifix
prayer low-cost loans for the construc- "
of Marcurea Ciuc in innocence and beauty."It the whispered warning but she had gripped Czechoslovakiasince the Poles "puts us to shame.
traffic police and a large milk eastern a rosary and a holy card of tion of academic facilities
Siebenbuergen.Sisters makes us think of children fully realized what the words the communists had taken In October, 1959, Bishop Cody
bottle in white carnations from Saint
Joseph smuggled to her loans to
scholarship or
of the portended "Sister the in 1948. grants called for the return to Polandof
of over
the municipal milk monopoly. who were sent to prison young people, policeare from her convent.It for nationallyvital -
pupils, grants
virgins and of the pure and here after you. national art treasures heldin
years ago, mainly for teach- This fear had its roots in the secular education, subsi-
Pope Paul's caravan of cars clear that Sister Canada since early in World
still in strong consciences who wishto was soon '
ing religion, are camps Somehow she had known
fact that who
arrived at the monument in the and prisons. Other Religiousare make of our world a garden this would simple anyone Cecilia would have to leave the dized lunch programs, or 'any War II. He said that the treas-
day come. resisted the government wouldbe servicesto
late afternoon.It confined to monasteries, flowering with beauty and country if she hoped to live, other public-purpose ures, stored in a museum In

such as St. Agnes in Bucharestand purity. Unfortunately, there is For a long time now, she killed. Aiding a refugee was and before agreeing she made students which merely mc!. Quebec, "could be a source of
was greeted by Gregorio crime .
as severe a as sabotage.To
Radna in Siebenbuergen.In also in our world a great deal had been helping enemies of two requests: to receive Holy friction If they are not re

Cardinal Agagianian, prefect of 1948, the Rumanian BY'zantine of corruption and meanness, the communist government to Sister Cecilia, aiding refugees Communion and say goodbye Rector's requiem turned."
the sacred congregation for the
rite Church was dissolved and this is why today We pray escape from Czechoslovakia, was not political action: to her parents. An agreement signed Dec. 31,
of the Faith
Propagation by the government, and that honesty in thought and be- and it was inevitable that sooner it was purely Christian charity. WAShINGTON (NC) Father 1961, provided for the transferof

whose offices are across the the cathedrals of Roman Catholic havior in honor of the Madonna or later the police would Sister was already resisting the Both were arranged, then all Leo Hotze S.V.D., provin- the treasures to the Wawel

square from the monument.Also seized. may render our earth find out about it. communists by her constant that remained was the great cial of the Eastern province of Museum in Cracow, Poland.

greeting him were Luigi Bishops were better and more beautiful." prayers for God's protection for danger of the actual escape.On the Divine Word Fathers, offered Bishop Cody was ordained to

Cardinal Traglia, pro-vicar general The last of siv: Latin rite Now they had, for they were her country. Thus when the the cold night of January a Requiem :Mass for Father the Priesthood on May 26, 1923.

of Rome; Mayor Glauco Bishops was sentenced to 18 downstairs waiting for her. underground approached her 9, 1952, Sister, 18 other refugeesand Louis Schaffhauser S.V.D., and was named Bishop of Victoria -

della Porta of Rome; and Spanish years in prison in 1931.; Religious Bishop dies Her decision to try to escape for help in moving refugees an underground leader arrived rector of Divine Word College B.C. on January 5, 1937.

ambassador to the Holy orders were suppressed ROME (NC) Archbishop came in answer to the prayer toward the Austrian border she at the banks of the Mor- here who died on November 20 In 1916 he was named coadjutor

in 1019. Alfonso Carinci, the Church's she had only a moment to utter. was ready to do what she could. ova River, where a hidden row- after a heart attack. with right of succession to
In her closet was a dress and
oldest Bishop, has died here at Now she needed help. It boat awaited them. The leader Father Schaffhauser, 58, had the late Bishop John T. Kiddof
Catholics were urged to join shawl a woman patient had
the age of 101. He was fully came, arriving at unexpected looked at the sky. been rector of the college sinceit the London diocese, and he
the Orthodox Church. Statistics left in the hospital where Sister -
conscious until three hours be- moments, from unexpectedsources "The moon is too bright," he was built in 1961. Funeral became head of the see in June,
JA.ord from the early1930's show 1.5 worked, and she had saved
fore his death on December and always enshrouded said. "The river is heavily pa- services were held at Divine 1950.
million Byzantine rite and 1.1 both on the chance that they
6 and had joined in the prayersfor in the fear that communists trolled. Unless there are some Word Seminary in Techny,
million Latin rite Catholics ina might be needed by some refu-
the dying with those aroundhis imposed And yet the same fear clouds, we dare not risk it." Illinois with burial in the
total population of 18.8 mil
bed. gee.Now inspired remarkable courage. Sister Cecilia reached into cemetery there last week.
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the First Vatican Sisters at the railroad stationto the ecumenical council arrived
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hap ed. Sister Cecilia nodded know-

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Everybody asks '. .: .;, God's world _

Catholic CommentPaul .

Christ taught men love, Nativity vivifies divine planH

VI to journey forth warned of hell's reality you ever rummaged If Mary and Joseph had been _

about in a box of Junk and of the complaining type they
well might hare chided God for
not drop the cruel encountered some Item, the

POPE PAUL VI has announced his tian concern with the actual historical WHY of hell and go purpose of which you could Father permitting them to be subject
to such hardships at the whimof
- of journeying to the dimension of our belief. He is goingto back to the simple, loving not guess? It may have been a Leo J. (--1:" ruler.
a pagan _
Holy Land for a pilgrimage of prayer. the very place where our salvationwas teaching of Christ in the Ser- peculiarly shaped piece of
He has the drama of mon on the Mount? TreseBolately "Don't about
chosen the Epiphany season enacted-where Frank J. metal, obviously s. part of some you cart us,
to make the trip. The season that the Jesus' birth, life, death, and resurrec- There is an instant answerto mechanism. Only if you saw God?" Mary might have asked.

Pope has decided on for this visit tion occurred. His presence at these the question-namely that: 'in, Sheed'Ve the piece fitted into the ma "We are so poor and this tripIs

- strikes us as symbolic as the journey Holy Shrines is a forceful reminderof the Sermon on the Mount..wefind chine from which it came, such a drain on our meager '
more of Our Lord's teaching And I almost
r the reality of our Faith. would you be able to understand I resources. am
itself.The on the fact and the fear, of nine months pregnant and In
_ Feast of the Epiphany cele- hell than else iri Oie' its function.
This journey is a showing forthof nothing, except whatis no condition to make such a
brates the central mystery of our Life is full of such apparent
the papacy, now so much in the Gospels. willed by God, at least permissively journey. Surely Joseph and I
religion the Incarnation. pieces of meaningless "junk.
Epiphanymeans public eye. It gives renewed ,hope to People generally think. of should never treat dam- do not deserve such rotten
That is, a great number of life's
a "showing forth" and that ,Sermon short "
we all men who believe that the Church as Ideally nation as a matter of cold logicas Even the evil which humansdo luck!
- meditate that the tremendous eight sentences all beginningwith occurrences seem to be quite
I day on though we were a' evil which God
permits the
must, in these crucial days, go forthto unrelated events that happenby as Mary spoke
truth that God has shown forth His the word "Blessed. But.
--c meet the world. It highlights the problem in geometry; triangles chance. a necessary consequence of the words nor entertained such
love for us through the visible the ,Beatitudes are onlv the be. feel. Nor pure with which
pres- don't as a matter ofa free will He has thoughts. She and Joseph
! supra-territorial concern of the Common -
Some of these incidents havea
ence of His Son, Jesus Christ. Even ginning.St. law that is even colder than endowed man-even this evilIs knew well the truth which
in Rome for the'whole
Father issue of them
more than at Christmas we are Matthew's netting downof logic; St. Paul reminds us that happy ; many used by God for His own Saint Paul later would express _
such sickness accidents and
I brought face to face with the stupendous the Sermon occupies threechapters the letter of the law can kill. as purposes, is worked by God so beautifully:
disappointments o f various
revelation that God has and 5 and And Ink ((2 Cor. 3,6)). into His plans for us.
f---- come Finally, we can only hope 6 7. kinds, seem to be pure disaster. "To them that love God, all
tomenasaman. pray that this first journey of the Me are warned of hell again A man for whom the thoughtof This is strikingly illustrated things work together unto
Pontiff from his historical and again. Who of us has not at sometime In the Gospel account of the good. (Romans 8,28)).
It is indeed fitting that on this away con- hell holds no horror has no

i day in which we commemorate the fines may be a source of encouragement Our Lord tells us that the business talking of it at all, he said, "Why did It have to Nativity.Seven hundred before The apparently pointless
happen that ? years
"showing forth" of the Son of God, and love to the land which he man who says, "You fool" to can but make his hearers see couldn't it hare been way this other Christ's birth, the prophet :Ml- coincidence of Caesar's census

I the Holy Father should choose to go will visit-a land torn by deep and his brother will, answer for it God as callous as himself. way Instead?" cheas had foretold that the decree and Mary's pregnancy

1- to the land where these events took bitter! hatreds that find their rootsin in hellthat; if eye or' hand One further point: for every Saviour would be born in fulfilled an ancient prophecy,

I place to add his prayers of adorationto political and religious animosities.As leads you into sin, it: is betterto one of us damnation remainsa The reason why we are Bethlehem, the city of David. and gave to all future genera

those of all Christians. pluck out the eye, cut off possibility: if a man realizes tempted to resent many of Yet Mary: whom God had tions the priceless story of

the. Pope prepares for this his- the hand, than enter hell with that, he is not likely to be life's happenings is because we chosen to be the mother of His God's human birth in Bethle

1 In an analogous way the pilgrimage toric pilgrimage to the Holy Land all body unmutilated; that a broad merely clever about hell. are unable to see life as a Son, lived in Nazareth, far from hem's stable. -

of the Pope is in itself an Epiph- Christians are heartened by this con- gate and a wide road lead to whole, from beginning to end Bethlehem. How could the There are few of us who do

any-a. "showing forth." crete display of the perennial, vigor perdition. As we hear Ills Our own certainty of God'slove whether it be our own or an- prophecy be fulfilled? not have a goodly share of
_ _
The Holy Father, by his pilgrimage invested in the office.of the Vicar of threat to some to whom He will may be so strongly founded other's. It is impossible for us In Rome, Caesar Augustus anxieties, of disappointments,
from that that nothing can shake it, or to see how this seemingly of "bad breaks."
"Depart me
J-- shows forth the basically Chris- Christ. say you decreed a census of his em-
4I :traffic in wrongdoing," we are even touch it. Thank God for chance episode can have any
pire. In Judea the
census was Christmas I is an Ideal day fora
reminded of the same opening that. But we must not there- significance because we cannotsee
to be taken according to the renewal of our trust in God, _
words with a m 0 r e terrible fore write off the questions as where it fits into the total Jewish custom each
man returning for a wholehearted rededication -
conclusion (Matthew .25 trifles, or be merely impatientwith picture.
I Sacred Scripture ., ,40)) those who raise them. to the city of his ancestors to the acceptance of His
"into everlasting fire that was One of the less obvious lessons to have his name in- nill. -
prepared for the devil and his They mean immensities to the
I of Christmas is preciselythis scribed there on the census
angels." man troubled by them. Not matter of the meaningful. rolls. Consequently Joseph, a How it all fits together we

r Hope predominates in psalmTN So there is no point In appealing only that, they mean immensities ness of all that befalls us. We direct descendant of King cannot know until eternity.

a from the Church's in themselves-many a are reminded again that God's David, had to journey to Beth- But, that it all does fit some-

psalm 58 we meet that surely ask that their nefarious teaching on hell to the love of Christian, listening to them in wisdom and providence "reach lehem for the registration.The how together, we are absolutely S

Istrange combination of #1 schemes come to nought and Christ. Her teaching is His. untroubled trust, has not really from end to end mightily and emperor was motivatedby sure.

frenzy and confident hope. that they may be properly Yet Christ Is loving. In some grasped what hell is-I don't ordereth all things sweetly" ambition and pride. He God still is In chargt of _

There Is a stark realism about Father punished as God may see fit. way hell can exist yet Christ be mean its horror, I mean its (Wisdom 8, 1)). wanted to increase his tax rev- things. He does still love us

the language which reveals in John J. I For they are foes of Cod and loving. In some way hell can meaning. As far as Cod is concerned, enues and he wanted a list of and, however unreasonable our

almost frightening fashion a of religion as well as our personal exist yet God be lovingandnot "Fire," for instance, as Scrip- there is no such thing) as "pure men available for military misfortune may seem, God still

soul besieged by enemies! and Castelotcolossal and national foes. only loving, but the very ture uses the word, has depths chance." Nothing happens, ab- service. does have us in His keeping.

unable to spot any avenue of And we may pray confidently self of love.Nothing that a box of matches will not
escape. that God will soon be victo-
account for-"Our God is a con-
His only hope is in God's 1 rious over them, as did the ; tests the firmness suming fire," says the Epistleto Sum and substance
of belief in God's love
our more
iwift intervention.Rescne -w- psalmist.In the Hebrews ((12,29)). "Everlasting" ,
than the certain fact of hell.
enemy sworn to destroy contrast to their sinister, is than merelyon
me from enemies!
my ,
0 my God; from my adversaries us, the following verseis blood-curdling cry is the strong Hell seems to contradict love and on and on without end. Risks of ecumenism disclosed \

defend Rescue from particularly pertinent: and beautifully confident song in so many ways. That God
me. me 0 God, slay them, lest they of the man who, though admittedly But deeper than these, at the
should send men there in the
evildoers; from bloodthirsty by the talks given fessionals, not by amateurs.
beguile people shake them frightened, is yet secure very heart of the mystery of JUDGING
my ; first place; that He should keep Yet I think that the Cardinalwas
men save me. and by the vote
by your power, and bring them in the knowledge that an them there everlastingly, not damnation, lies the question
of approval for the ecumenism 5/ referring to high level ecumenical -
There is a tragic poignancy down, 0 Lord our shield! ((12)). irresistibly powerful God is on bringing them in the end to why anyone is in hell. What schema as a working basis for dialogues of an official -

about these words in the lightof Not that we may pray for the his side: heaven nor even annihilatingthem decides? discussion there is no doubt Father character.But .

the sad events which have death-or, what would be O my strength! your praise ; that He should create The answer to that involvesnot that this Council is ecumen-

shaken our nation and the worse, for the damnation-of will I sing; for you, 0 God, are those who He knows will be only God, but the meaningof minded. John B. there is a lot of hard

world during these past weeks. our enemies; this would be my stronghold, my graciousGod damned-how are these thingsto human life and the fearful ically Among the American Bishops Sheerin common *en >e in the words of

And, opposed as we are by a quite un-Christian. But we may be squared with love? of decision that lies in Archbishop Conway of
power with whom I have discussed
Armagh, Ireland who told the
And does it not
seem an 5'f
the human will.
the topic, there is a
Council Fathers: November
ultimate against love on
Father Michael V. Gannon Hell is indeed contradictionof solid backing for ecumenism 26:
that those who do go to heaven
love. It means love refused. but, nevertheless, they realize
Mission of Nombre De Dioschapters should be perfectly blissful in But the refusal is not in God: that certain serious problemswill probable that the Council will "Our attention should not be

full knowledge of the agony of It is in the sinner.' confront ecumenical pro- eventually revise some of the focused exclusively on the pro-

these others-people, perhaps, grams in the United States in rules presently existing but fessional qualifications of those

CjReat in whom they loved on earth? It is sheer fantasy to thinkof the near future. Bishop Ste- the Holy Office Instruction is who actually participate in
It ought not to need saying God's love at last exhausted,
binding at the time.
phen Leven of San Antonio on present inter-faith dialogue. In times
it does that must and His justice taking over.
we never
yet ,
November 26 declared that the Martin felt that there like the present, thanks to the
loQlba catholic history treat any question about hell Judas, we remember, went to Bishop
ahead be the radio and TV
dangers may exag- are many good books by Catholics press everyone
his All will
own men
flippantly or humorously as place. go
gerated. That may well be true Catholics and Proto is exposed to the ecumen
or by
eternal to their place. It be
though we thought an- own may "
Chapter 31 dom was October 6, 1566. martyrdom reached Spain and but I think the real danger is estants in collaboration, which ical dialogue.
guish funny: we should hold heaven or hell, but it is their! .
1566, at the request of Father Rogel and the lay caused a large number of Jesuits our jests for some topic with own.' God will not force their to see only the dangers without will enable Catholics to learn Therefore, Archbishop Con-
IN brother had remained on to volunteer for the Florida seeing the benefits of an ecumenical what Protestants teach. way said that every Catholichas
Menendez. Saint Fran. less agony in it. decision.
board ship during Father Mar missions. From these applications program. an obligation to acquire a
cis Borgia general of the Society Florida the Rut as for actual dialogue,
tinez' venture into the Jesuit general clear and accurate knowledge
of Jesus, dispatched two coastline. Now they, too, went selected a band of three Priests, Question boxImprimatur What are the dangers? The the Bishop contended that dialogue of his Faith If he is to be an

Priests and one brother to the ashore but at points farther three lay brothers, and five first is the question of prayerin should take place only effective instrument In the ecumenical
mission territory of Florida. novices. Father common with Protestants. between qualified representatives itself.
south.In Baptista de movement
Their names were Fathers 1567 Father Rogel arrived Segura was appointed superior. gives good Bishop Martin of Rouen who of the different faiths. "Nothing I is more frustratingfor

I Pedro Martinez and Juan Rogel safely at the Spanish military introduced the first three chap- He seemed to think that dialogue a non-Catholic who really

and lareal Brother Francisco Vil- outpost near Charlotte Harboron Father left Segura for Florida and his in companions 1568.- guide to proper readingQ. ters of the schema in the Council on the nonprofessionallevel wants to discuss religion thanto

the Gulf Coast where he On their arrival the for was interviewed by La cannot be helpful now as find himself speaking withan

Shortly after landing: in began apostolic work among evangelizing Florida's plan Indianswas If a book has been pub- trine was either ignored or Croix on November 27. The it risks engendering confusion ill-informed Catholic."

Florida Father Martinez was the surrounding Calusa In completely re'isf'd.The lished with an "Imprimatur' denied by the reformers. Bishop said that the rules pertaining rather than clarity. Even with Yes, there are roadblocks

accosted by hostile Indians dians. Brother Villareal, mean does that mean that Catholicsare Among Catholics the Mass to prayer in commonare the non-Catholic observers, aplenty for the ecumenical l

near Mount Cornelia on Fort time, began a difficult mission missionaries distributed bound to agree with its became a process by which the to be found in the Holy qualified theologians though movement In the United StatesIn

George Island and slain for the among the Tequesta Indians themselves along the east coast contents? Priest secretly and silently Office Instruction of 1949. As a they are the fact Is that their the near future. But the

Faith that he had come to near the present site of Miami. of Florida and Georgia and resolved brought Christ "down upon general rule, this document weekly meetings with the secretariat difficulties and dangers do not

preach. The date of his martyr News of Father Martinez' to stay at their posts A. Within the Church thereis the altar" for them to adore forbids Catholics to take active for unity have enabled dispense us from the great task

until permanent missions were ample room for differencesof and occasionally receive "into part in the religious ceremoniesof them to see more clearly what of working for the unity of
established and opinion, when the particular their hearts." So the elevationof another faith.
put into a their own beliefs are. all Christians.For .
M. J. Murray flourishing state. question at issue is not a mat the host became the most However, the Holy Office Cardinal Bea, in his talk on the Church in Council
of infallible
ter of
By 1570, however, it was Church. The granting teaching of the important and sacred part of has given its approval to the November 25 also said 1 that has clearly shown that ecumenism -

clear that this resolution was anhimprimatur" the ceremony.The common recitation of the men with more zeal than caution is the mind of the Churchas

Strange but trueCopyright more difficult in realizationthan tion of infallibility is not, a nor declara-even fact that most of the Lord's Prayer. It seems highly or knowledge will constitute it Is the mind of Christ Who

the Jesuits had expected.The of agreement with the stated oriental rites of the Catholic a danger for ecumenical prayed for Christian unity in

1963, NCWC News Service Indians were not accept opinions.To Church have no such thing as p r 0 g ram s. The nonprofessionals HIs farewell address tot h e

ing Christianity with the clarify this position, many Benediction, and the Eucharistis Mass guideSUNDAY may practice a false Apostles.Catholic.

quickness and fervor expected. publications include the follow. entirely consumed duringthe Irenicism by trying to soften

-rRADVnOM HOLDS THAT THIS LIFE-7C Another reorganization of the ing statement: "The 'NihilObstat' liturgy, serves to point up December 15 the features of Catholicismthat
Jesuit effort followed therefore this post-reformation emphasis.The harsh distastefulto
of THE SAtTm MARIA iw ARACOCLI CHURCH and 'Imprimatur' are Gaudete Sunday. 3rd Sundayof
I .- IN ROME WAS CARVED W AMGELS FROM and Father Rogel with official declarations that original and returning Protestants. According to
ANCXJVTTCr iMGARDCM-n .4. a Advent. (Mass of Sunday,
; OFSTFWW&S one of the newcomers of 1568 book or pamphlet is free of emphasis of the Mass is not to Creed, Preface of Trinity.) the Cardinal our separated
4 was sent to search for better doctrinal moral play down the Real Presence brethren do not want to dialogue -
or error. No MONDAY, December 16
,- r OfAtSlSI 'promise among the Indians implication is contained therein but to show the whole Mass as with Catholics who will
St. Eusebius. Mass of
; ST4MBS MA AWWVW/V farther north at Orista in pres- that those who have granted the coming together 0 f the martyr-Bishop, Gloria, 2ndpra'er present a watered down ver-

4 ::' WHfNThCBXKSPUr.O A\V THAT WAS RXMtD* ent-day South Carolina. the 'Nihil Obstat' and 'Imprimatur Christian community, to offer of previous Sunday, sion of Catholic teaching.It .

OCTO&fff JojQ2 -tutA4V ii Father Rogel wrote back agree with the con sacrifice and partake in a sacred Common Preface.) is, however, true irenicism
: W KW/CW TWf SAINT DttD/ ,.L meal of Pabllihed cverr Friday
as an expression show
tents, opinions or statements TUESDAY December 17 an appreciation of the
after eight months that he had ,
IOir expressed." love of God and for each other. valid Christian elements in
managed to bring: the Indians.o (Mass of previous Sunday P.O. fez JSSl GArd. S-S4SS

.. belief in the Trinity and to Q. Is it true that the Church'snew Eating together is a universal Common Preface.) Protestant teaching and if anyone lit East Colonial Drlre
\ certain understanding of the symbol of friendship, WEDNESDAY, December 18 thinks this approach is Orlando, Florid SSSO
the Mass
aJf stAg HCHt Of 2 1I-fP1 'ross. emphasis on will and so we see the origin of (Mass of ember day in Advent wrong, remarked the Cardinal, Subscription in r.B.A. and canida
FAMOUS INCIAUD CHflSKA PEMSIONlJtSWAf -' 'i.' mean the elimination of Benediction the Mass in a meal!, the Last Common Preface.) he is criticizing all the Popes I 500.4.00 per year; other countries

OftNfo Tustr TtrcrrtriY. ---'J3. '. However, when he began to ? Supper. If this is what the THURSDAY, December 19 from Leo XIII onwards.To The Florida Catholic !I. a member

reach to them about the evil A. There is, Indeed, a shiftof Mass is all about, it is obvious (Mass of previous Sunday, make sure that of the Catholic Frees Association

haracter of the devil, they emphasis in the Church that its present setting is mis- Common Preface.) dialogue will be conducted ecumenical and Conference the National Newi Catholic Service. Welfare Bogner

: i-ould have none of it. "Wheni back to the Mass; but it does leading. It does not look as FRIDAY, December 20 Cardinal and Martin publisher** representa-
properly Bra Insisted
began to treat of this though it had much to do with the.: Entered as second clans mall
not seem that, at least for the (Mass of ember day in Ad-
that the work be supervised by under the Act of :March 3, lIT).
:,. Treat was the vexation and present, this shift will eliminate the community at all. The people vent, Common Preface.) the Bishops of the Church.

: aatred which they' directed at the: Eucharistic Benedic. seem to be spectators of an SATURDAY, December 21 EB .

my words, they never again action taking place beyond the S $t. Thomas. (Mass of feast, "Consequently local ordinaries -

would come to listen to me; tion.During the centuries since :altar raiL. S Gloria, 2nd prayer of ember and national Episcopal Father Executlre VUtent Editor E. Smith

and they said to my people the Prptestant revolt, the So we can expect changes day, Creed, Preface of Apos- conferences will be able to Editors! : Miss Jane Qalna

tj auitt that they were very angry, and Church's teaching in regard to the Mass Itself that will be new tles.) take appropriate steps to fore Mark A. H llwlr
Home &GK>*GIONC fi4T7-isionM situ did not believe a thing I said, the Mass and the Eucharisthas and strange to us; but if we SUNDAY, December 22 stall any possible dangers," he J...,h A. Rosier

TffOCK:57'tD KCAMS AI sr ROCK IHHOUS MD M STANTI/ON'I.ITALY IH TNT 14? since I spoke ill of the devil. been to concentrate on the keep In mind the original 4th Sunday of Advent. (Massof said. Advertising Manager:

CDOUM ro*Hit **>***WISING nr sic*; Next real of. Christ In of the Mass it will
ouretcA or FLAO. ( Week: presence the meaning Sunday, Creed, Preface of It Is true that ecumenical
1f DU4II All 4
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by sung faith Catholic the God's to redounding of pose ,
FLORIDA LEO SAINT in and schools in both ples
of honor in praise;: of chorus pur- their achieve they ;hands pea these of music traditional

COLLEGE LEO SAINT wonderful that to voice own human of work the by portray the promoting in competent
it to way some in attempt} they
its contribute to enabled Is become they that see to made
thereby ;honor and reverence which God of beauty Infinite every ,
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Write very their by arts These ,
build sacred the adorns it missionariesare when Therefore
providedthat Church the in scope art. sacred
Women and Men Young free given be also shall ,region is which ,achievement highest and 39 Article in indicated as

and race every from coming Its to and art religious ,to ,genius native their to worship

DISTINCTIONFor ,days own our of art The especially applies this and genius adapting in also but ,religion

man's of activities noblest the forming
toward attitude their
among rank to considered are ,
very in only not it to given be to
preserved.carefully be must! (
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arts fine the
COLLEGEOf CATHOLIC which art of treasury a being is place suitable a and music

into brought has she" Furnishings their to attached be to is

FLORIDA'S thecenturies of course the In Thus; sacred and art Sacred importance due reason this For
life. social and religious their

rites. various in part great a play these and

the of needs the and ,peoples VII Chapter ,traditions musical own their
of circumstances and talents have who peoples are there
address information further For ,
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-" sports.( all for every from styles admitted scripture holy from chiefly the of parts certain In 119.

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private and courses commercial and Academic twelve ,
matters. these on decrees be to intended texts The of voices the services liturgical
through( nine Grades girls for school day and Resident ,
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ANTONIO participation active the for and choirs fostered skillfully be to Is people
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ACADEMYSAN NAME HOLY small of needs! the for the by singing Religious 118

time. providingalso but choirs large by churches. small

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for and world supernatural, competent the of consent and ledge liturgical in place of pride
NAMESResident HOLY THE OF the of symbols: > and signs given ,equal being
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edify i to ,worship Catholic -others to also ,needed if ,and has Church Mother Holy adds uhicli Instrument musical( especially,Fingers and Composers

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the God of imitation sacred( ordinaries local. ,art of works on sacred: of institutes higher

of kind a in engaged are they judgment passing When 120. ceremonies.pipe beatification recent, found to also desirable is

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they where world the of parts so churches in images sacred and teaching the to attached he

those in founded be should placing of practice The 123. to is importance Great 115.

sacredart' of academies or schools' 3
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thespirit, with them imbue to mediocrityand,worth artistic of beat must souls of pastors other

oas artists for concern special lack by or forms: depraved by wg a, r and Bishops but ;churches

a have should Bishops 127. sense religious true ,
either cathedral in especially]] promoted
God. of house the offend which and piety Christian diligently be must Choirs
ornamentsof the are they for ; and morals faith to pugnant care. great with fostered

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value of works and those' places sacred: other from sacred of treasure The 114.

.furnishings sacred that see: to careful and God( of house the from 101. Article ,office divine

very be must remove carefully)} lli.shops the for ;63 Article ,sacraments

ornamentsOrdinaries .ornaments.Iet !1' the for ;51 Article ,Mass the

and vestments sacred of matter for ;observed be to are, 36 ticle

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for appointed person suitable themselves pastors the unless calledto indeed is Christian:: The her in especially Church Ills in
a of direction and leadership realizingthis of hopes any penance.To doing ways ,
liturgy. present
the In participation always is Christ work
the under dignity and tion entertain their from converted be tray
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sacred the of Transmissions 20. instruction necessary the of means by may men all that so believe"
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and ;spirit Christian true announce Church the Therefore
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this In. and ;God, of mysteries! celebration licit and valid )10,14-15) Horn.(

the IIf er'"dipen: faithful a from source indispensable governing laws the of observation "?sent be they unless preach to unspeakable his} for God "to

dutiesof' chief the of ono fulfilling and primary the Is It for ;else mere the than required is more men are how And ?preaches thanks, giving time same the at

he |ill|{ >A pastors doinC so' ')U all before considered be to aim something ,celebrated Is urgy one 0 n if hear to they and present made again ore
the is people the all by ,
lit the when that realize fore are how And ?hoard not have death his of triumph and

ture. ,participation active and full this there. must souls of Pastors they whom him believe to they victory"the which, in Eucharist

cul, religious of ,standard and .liturgy sacred the of are how Hut ?believed yet not the celebrating 21,27) Luke(

life of way their condition and promotion and restoration the vain. have they whom in him upon him" concerning scriptures

,age their account into taking instructedIn Clergy in it receive they lest grace call to they are then "How the all In were -"which things

externally)) and internally both divine with cooperate should :conversion those reading :mystery paschal

liturgy the in participation, J they that and ,theirolces to and faith to called be must the celebrate to together come

active their also: : and faithful baptism. their attunedto be should minds their they liturgy the to come can to failed never has Church

the of litul'gtcallnsll'\.lclion the of reason, by duty and right that ,dispositions! proper with men Before Church. the the onwards time that From

promote] pastors their is )2,4-5) cf. ;2,9 Pet. (1( conic .
must souls of it to faithful the that activityof entire the exhaust not )2-11-47) Acts( people"
patience: and zeal With 19. people", redeemed a nation, necessary'! is it effects full its does liturgy sacred The .9 the all with favor in being and

cuo. their to entrusted holy a priesthood royal a race produce to able he may liturgy glory. in Him with appear God praising prayers in

faithful the with it share to and chosen "a as people} Christian the that order in Hut 11. will too we and appear shall and bread of breaking the

life liturgical the live to the by participation:: Such ,life our ,lie until ,Christ Jesus communionof the in and:: apostles
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perform they when doing are nature the by demanded eagerly we ;them with } steadfastly continued "they And
toward as directed are Church
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fellowship some
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evermore understand: to means we memory
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to God of glorification the and or
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full that to led be should
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Christ in men of sanctification theword"received who "those! world
faithful the all that desires
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already are who religious ,
Lord's the to hymn a sing ,
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and secular both Priests IB. ImrticipationH. we ;tabernacle true the of and ,
Eucharist the from especially and very the on reason that t For

of Caretakers active and instruction ,therefore ,liturgy the From holies the of minister a God
souls fire. of hand right the at sitting comes. lie until Lord the
-liturgical of promotion The II. ,
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liturgy. the of them. of any surpasses compelling the into faithful the .journey we which toward salem the of supper, the cat they

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far nature very its by liturgy draws man and Lord the the In often
may religious of houses; Father
be celebrated is which liturgy heavenly seeks
the fact in since It to people between covenant the of Eucharist

seminariesand in life that so :: the lead and ,it from derived the In renewal the ";faith their that of foretaste a In part take. the whom adorers, true become

liturgicallaws the observe to how fashion some in are ,liturgy by grasped have they what to we liturgy earthly the In 8 thus, and )8,15) Rom.( ther"

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take to Church Ills of midst the of action other no ;
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maybe they that 50 direction special! a have also! churches 11 I action sacraments and sacrifice
proper together come should baptism and -sacred a is Church the Is which ,
indidiial to Devotions means by proclaimed had
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faith God of made
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religious of that was also His
above Church the of norms
that follows It this
houses and seminaries:: In 17. and laws the with accord they EucharistFor Holy .
scripture. holy members.From, Ills Fa Ills of kingdom the into
highly ,
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of those;: for and theology flows. power and Head the by Is that Christ us brought and death from
be to are people Christian
Jesus of Body Mystical the Satan of power the from
pastoral spiritual dogmatic and

and the of devotions Popular 13. her all which from fount the ,
by performed Is worship public us had resurrection and
professorsof important ;
same at directed
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training. these of each with corresponds that proclaim might they ture
may he victim spiritual the which toward summit the is
which way a In effected is and crea every to gospel the
priestly all underlies which of offering the "receiving that liturgy the Nevertheless 10. ,
as ,liturgy the senses the to perceptible signs preaching by that did lie This
unity the also s s the1:1: : of sacrifice the men. fore
man of tlon Spirit.
by signified is
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liturgy the In apostles
sanctifica- the Holy the with filled
connection the out bring clearly] ] frame. bodily our In manifest world the of light the be to Christ. ,
way a so the sent He also so Father the
will which in do made be may Jesus of also life are I world<< this of not though .
priestly the
subjects own Jesus of office by sent was Christ as Just
nevertheless must the that so Jesus of dying the faithful Christ's that clear an as considered

their of each to proper angle body our in about bear it make works these all For, of liturgy exercise the ,then ,Rightly ideaG.Central
tory is
the from salvation of -always must we that Apostle same apostolate.] the and:: piety ity Eternal the to ;:
his- the and Christ of mystery the from learn We ceasing. char- of works the all to them through and .Church.
-worship offers Him "
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professors: other Moreover Apostle the, of teaching the Christ,that all observe to them beloved Ills Is Church won- "the forth came there

aspects. juridical and ,pastoral accordingto more yet ;secret in teach sacraments the for them that cross the upon death

,spiritual: ,historical ,theological Father the to pray to chamber prepare must she ;penance sanctified.The arc men sleepof the slept lie as Christ of

i its under taught he to is I his into enter also must he and faith i preaclr:: ever und glorified perfectly is I Cod side the from was it For ".
wherein r 0 w great thin In ,
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courses! major and compulsory'! ; the in I am there ,name my -resurrection passion blessed Ills

the among ranked be t Is i I'i'gy: ..., ]'j ;it' in together gathered are three mysteryof paschal the hy

lit. sacred' of study. The 1(5. :l' or two "Where :promised He .principally task; His achieved He

; /i for ,sings and:: prays Church the God. to glory perfect
subject. this in specialize which ,
redeeming In
when lastly present is lie givIng and mankind

institutes in work their Church. the in read arc Lord the Christ of work the

trainedfor properly be must ties preludeto a hut were Testament
scriptures holy the when speaks

facvil- theological and study who Himself lIe is It since Old the of people the among

of houses: religious manes ,word His In present is lie God of works wonderful The
sem- in liturgy teach to 'i'r.
baptizes who Himself Christ "us. to given
ap are who Professors 15.
: really I 1 is it, baptizes man a was worship divine of fulness

when that so sacraments the the and( forth came
follows ns enact to decided has
presentin is He power Ills By reconciliation our of achievement
Council Sacred the Wherefore
clergy. the of species. eucharistic the perfect"the Christ in Therefore

: ,
-instruction liturgical the to all of ::'; ';("C:':' under especially but cross the .

first, ,directed ,be attention that bo. on Himself, offered formerly sal I.TaUon.our of Instrument the was 1 ,:

is i therefore need prime A who Priests, of ministry ,Word the of person the with 1

throughthe offering now same ,
it. about Instruction untied humanity His For
"the minister His of person
give to undertake and ,
.liturgy the of power and spirit the the in only not Mass the man.

with Imbued thoroughly come sacrificeof the in present is lie and Cod between Mediator the

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adaptation to respect with ties confIrmed ,Is that ,approved minds their and nourished the with imbued deeply be es- is it ,liturgy sacred the, of

difficul- special involve often be to are:: decrees their ;used partis taking those of faith the all:: must they Consequently adaptation:: and:: ,progress

laws liturgical Because )(3)( be to is language ,acts:: or sings or prays:: Church people. -restoration:: the achieve:: to Thus!

purpose. the for -vernacular the extent what to and the when also but ,)15,1) God's by them of expected meaning. their derive signs

suited groups certain among ,whether decide to *2 ,22 Rom.( instruction" our rightly and ministry a exalted and actions that scriptures the

time of period determined Article in mentioned writtenfor were "which read so by demanded decorum and from is it and ,inspiration their

overa experiments preliminary authority ecclesiastical:: territorial thingsare when only not Thus piety sincere the with office in scriptural: are songs:
necessary the ,requires case competent the for is it served Church. their discharge to therefore -liturgical and collects prayers, 1 the

the as ,direct to and permit ob- being norms 3These the or Christ by chosen ought They function. liturgical ;sung are psalms: and homily

authorityto ecclesiastical chapters. subsequent been have things divine ] genuine a exercise also choir the in explained and read

-territorIal same this to power grant separatelyin down laid be to ter invisible signify to liturgy the by the of members and are lessons;: that scripture from
will See Apostolic the mat this on regulations the used signs visible the And commentators lectors Servers is it For liturgy. the of

.demand they which circumspection accordingto,chants and prayers present. all:: of and people holy .liturgy.2'J. celebration the in importance greatest
thE all with made be may tions the of some to and entire the of name the in said of principles the and rite the the of is:1 scripture Sacred( 21.

adapta- that ensure To )(2)( directives and readings the to place are Christ of person the in of nature the by office his to
carefully be
first the in apply will This assembly the over presides who pertain which parts those only a\olded.
duced. must: regions adjacent in used
extended. be may ment Priest the by God to but alt'of do should
may they rites the hctuccn differences
intro be .
employ its of limits the people .addressed prayers the perform to office an has who man ,
whose! by See Apostolic the to notable' possible: as"" far \s:
great lay- or
the to advantage of minister each
<< prayer.Moreover song by both
submitted be then 1 should and
maybe frequently liturgy the celebrations liturgical In 28. existing. form.alteady
necessary or useful: be to judged Cod to reply' people the
partsof other or sacraments the from organically glow I
are which Adaptations naiiiie. social, and
of administration the Mass the .gospel.And Ills proclaiming someway: in should adopted forms
public' itself of has Mass: every
worship. divine into in whether tongue mother the still is Christ and people His though even ,sacraments, lie( new any that taken be must:

admitted:: be appropriately:: might ples of use the since 2Hut to speaks God liturgy the in of administration! the and Mass: care and ;them requires

pea individual of culture rites. Latin the In preserved For faithful the for to -certainly and genuinely Church the
of celebration the force
traditionsand the from elements be to is language Latin the .instruction much contains likewise it of good the unless
especial'! appliestifh t I This'! ,
which consider prudently and of use'! the force in maining ,Majesty divine the of worship innovations no be must there Finally

carefully ,matter this in ,must re- law 1Particular 30. the things all above is liturgy place vaiious

,-2 ,22 Article in mentioned sacred the Although : : .quasiprivate.and individual is to conceded insults the from
Latin ,
authority ecclesiastical celebrationthat a to possible as'! far and reforms liturgical recent
LiturgyH.'J.the of ,
territorial competent The )(1)( .celebratioln.In so preferred be to is them from derived experience the
nature pastoral: and 1 ,
:Wherefore the over preside should Bishop celebrating of way this faithful with conjunction in studied
the based Xorms C.
difficulties. greater the by authorized person didactic the of participation active bo must: liturgy the of

entails this and ,needed Is liturgy other some or deacon a ,so !I display. external by or monies presenceand] the involving\ -meaning and structure the

the of adaptation radical more thisis when ;available is Priest cere the in whether -celebration communal, for governing laws general the, Also;:

even an ,however no where places in commended persons of classes or persons vate provision make nature, specific their pastoral.; and ]historical;

circumstances and places some In 40. be to particularly arc They pri- any to liturgy the in paid to according rites whenever theological be should

Constitution. this days. feast and be to are honors special no that stressed be to is It 27. Investigation This revised.;: be to

in down laid norms mental -Sundays on and ,Lent and Advent ,instances::: these from Apart ticipation.\ } whichis liturgy the of part each

funda the to according but in weekdays some on ,fe-sts authorities. civil to given actual and ,office ,rank differing into made be to always, is

,arts the and ,music sacred ,age solemn more the of vigils be to honors dim for their to according ,ways investigation careful a less 1)1O}

langu- liturgical ,processions the on especially ,encouraged .providing laws liturgical are there -different in Church the of members legitimate to open, remain

,sacramentals:: the ,sacraments be should services Bible )(4)( and ,Orders sacred and tion individual the concern they way the yet and retained

the of administration the of words. func liturgical their to but ;it upon effects have and maybe tradition sound That 2.1.

case:: the in especially similar or prescribed in be and according persons between tinctions it manifest they ;Church the authority.( MMI

adaptations specify 2to ,22 Article ,moments suitable more the dis makes liturgy The 32. of body whole the to pertain his on liturgy the in thing any

in mentioned authority tical onlyat occur should. they parts services liturgical Therefore change or ,remove ,add 111:13'

ecclasias- territorial competent themselves.But rites people's the for also rubrics BIshops. their ,Vilest: a be he if even ,

the for be shall It ,books gical the by, spoken be to directives of provision the to attend ly under ordered and united person' other no ..JTht'I'C'fur':

litur- the of editions typical the short necessary if ;ways of careful. must books liturgical people holy the namely ",unity

by set limits the Within variety a in given be also] should the of revision The .11.: of "sacrament the is which established. legitimately
.rubrics.3D minister proper or Priest silence. reverent ,Church the of celebrations] Bishops: of bodies territorial

devising: and:: rites the up drawing the" by given be also a observe should all times are but ,functions private not competent of kinds various to

when mind in borne be should liturgicalshould i explicitly more proper the at And titudes. are services Liturgical 20. also;: belongs limits defined
)(3)( certain within liturgy the of
this and ;preserved is I rite is which Instruction at- bodily and gestures ,
Liturgy the of nature ,
regulation the law the by
unity liturgy. the -actions by as well as songs and
Roman the of
communal and hierarchic .conceded power
of virtue In 2
substantial the that provided lands of celebration] the In especially antiphons psalmody *
the from draun Norms It.
,mission in especially ,peoples us within active! and present responses acclamations of means hop. UI the

and ,regions ,groups ferent made ever ,Christ of mystery by part take to encouraged world( on determine may laws,as and

dif to adaptations:: and ations the ,salvation of history the be should people the ,ticipation the of parts various from ,See Apostolic the on is that

vari- legitimate for ,books :: worksin wonderful God's of par active promote To CO.: ,consulted be to are t Bishops Church the of authority the

proclamation a of that be should on solelyon] depends liturgy sacred
-liturgical the revising when made and task the ]
to also shall Provisions 38. character its and ,sources officials civil employed be to are experts ;sible the of 1Hegulatlon 22.

-liturgical and scriptural from ly pos. as soon as revised: IKJ to norms General A.
to Honors .
vernacular main content its draw should are books liturgical The 2.j. -

textsin On ,moreover ,sermon The manner. orderly testimony. gives rites western :norms general
following ;
and correct a in functions their and eastern both of the establishes
spirit. authentic and true fidelity. and exactitude with perform to trained be must tradition venerable] the which Council Sacred the Wherefore
fulfilled be to is ,
Its with harmonize they they and measure own his scriptureto for love living ,
ministry ; community. a bents a.s and
ofpreaching the allow will ,
longas so Itself liturgy the into rite the of nature the as far as in each liturgy the of spirit warmand that promote to scntial .actively,fully them in part. take
things such admits she fact ,
rubrics the in even indicated to and ease with them
in Sometimes intact. preserves Life of Bread The .
understand to enabled be should
be to is it for place best the
possible if and sympathy with ,service liturgical the of part ,possible as! far so ,people>>I thin

studies she error and stition Is sermon the Because )(2)( Chris the ;signify they which
super- with up bound
things holy clearly
... the
-indissolubly not is which life of :: suitable. and, varied more be to expressMore. *they that so" up, drawn
peoples'way these in Anything is it and scripture holy from
be should rites find
reading more be to is there ,
peoples. and races both restoration this In
various:: the of talents and celebrations] sacred In )(1)( !

genius the foster and respect :liturgy iH's it. to unsuited become

she does rather ;community the in apparent be may rites have or liturgy the of nature

whole the of good the or faith and:: words between nection inner the with harmony of

the implicate:: not do which con- intimate the That 35. out anything of intrusion the
x from suffered have they if time
matters in uniformity rigid planation.] 2
imposea to wish no has Church ex much require not should of passage the with changed)
be to ought but be may only
the liturgy the
In Even 37. normally and comprehension
not These change. to subject
of powers people's the within ,
peoples of traditions elements of and instituted;
be should they ;repetitions
and culture the to divinely elements immutable of
useless by unencumbered and
theLiturgy adapting for Norms )I up made is liturgy] the For
clear short be should they ;

above. simplicity noble a by itself. liturgy

mentioned authority distinguished be should rites The 3t. the of restoration general

-ecclesiastical territorial competent the carea great with undertake to ...

by approved:: be must liturgy texts biblical ,desires Church Mother holy

the in use for intended tongue on liturgy sacred the from graces

mother the into text Latin Increase of abundance an:: derive
certainly more may people
the from Translations *4 :served -
ob he should norms general .Christian the that:: order In 21.
language. same" the have i'
following the liturgy the :,,' .. Liturgy
which regions neighboring ,
revisionof the in Wherefore
of Bishops with consult" to Sacred the of reform The III.
grace. His receive
Is authority this for railed be
abundantly more and service ., d ..,. Mass. the is Cast
it '
to whenever And .. .
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f'w Apostolic the by they that so ,God to raised are ," .> important especially is

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as- the with ,song in solemnly role the ;!God against offense prayer ,instruction by ,body Lord. the of ing of tradition centuries-old the

celebrated are offices divine an as sin of detestation the to and soul for practices pious com the of and hope l Mossed: with accordance In *1 101.

the when form noble more a en leads which penance of virtue meansof by faithful the of of expectation the and ,

glv- is worship Liturgical 113. the of essence that also but formation the completes Church the Pentecost of day the ,ascension: the Latin

sin of consequences social the ,discipline traditional her to until birth and incarnation the in
promoted only not faithful the of Iminds according and year the of seasons from ,Christ of mystery! whole

the on impress to Important various the in ,Finally ..j 1O.) the unfolds she ,moreover .')uull hi v Incll

choirs Parish Is it instruction regards As ,year among
a of cycle the Within even or themselves or
favors. God's for pleads she its ,
:follows us decrees ,faithful the elements. penitential the mer- their through and ,Christ Easter.) of I festival': Priests the with either office
to apply to is same The )(1)( ,passion to
solemn most the in divine the recite
of sanctification: the and God through Father the to all. ing .
good. seem may as blessed Ills with together "year areencouraged too laity the And
of glory the is which music draw examples as faithful the
restored be to are days bygone in proposes ; the In once celebrates also she solemnfc.'nlts.more the and Sundays
sacred of purpose the to regard: to them she Christ ,
flourish to used which them of on common In
which resurrection Lord's the church in
having and discipline and with glorified been and
tradition ecclesiastical of precepts some ;liturgy Lenten the to suffered have who saints the of memory! the Keeps she day .,celebrated are Vespers especially:

and norms the to keeping proper features baptismal the of achievedin I mystery: paschal Lord's the called has she which hours chief the that it to see

Council sacred the ,Accordingly made be to Is use More )a( proclaimsthe Church the heaven day the on ,week 'l'ar'C.y should souls of Pastors 100.) (
worship. Hence to earth from saints these the of course the throughout
divine into them mlts gy "IIIt'
ads and ,qualities needed catechesis.: liturgical by and passageof! the celebrating By days certain on it ....)IH when rung bo ,common
prominence er
litur- the in both
-reculling devoutly by Spouse ,
havingthe art true of forms all us. for in and choir in both office the
great. into brought be to is
herdlvine of work saving the ,
Church the Hut -character twofold This mystery. offerlrayel'S and heaven In praise! must that fitting moreover Is It
celebrate she that
rites. sacred the upon .
perfect sing they
-solemnity greater confers or ,minds paschal the celebrate to God's isconscious Church) Mother Holy 102 celebration. of manner external
1 eternalsalvation of possession in already
prayer and
to themselves devote :
their to also but minds their
of unity fosters prayer year
God of word the hear diligently 1 and God of grace manifold the Liturgical The
of devotion internal the
delightto adds It whether action ,
pases) perfection to up Incised
more who faithful the :possible as
onlyto not refers this
liturgical the with connected ,
closely more is it as .disr it penance by and baptism saints. V Chapter perfectly as them to entrusted 1
inproportion holy more the considered be for preparing or recalling by other the and martyrs the :task\ '! the fulfill 1 should, common,

to is music sacred Therefore primarily :character twofold. a memoryof the to devoted( days approved.( is translation In or choir in whether flee '
has Lent of season The )!10 cycle pray All
annual the in of- divine the who J'J
Lord. the of service provided
the of text the that .
Included also has Church The 101.)( common.J
the in music sacred by supplied called.I above *2 In mentioned those '

function ministerial the re suitably" he may salvation" he. to ly I with or" faithful the of group in office divine the of part
some; :: at pray to urged are
precisely more explained have of mysteries" the of cycle 1 entire t whul.I hopes and desh-es" herself witha together vernacular the ,
purpose! any for assemble) ; who
PiusX St. by led times recent in the that so! saints! the of feasts! she" uhich that ,image faultless! in office the prays) he if

who pontiffs Roman the of and the over due its Is which Mice in as ,contemplates joyfully .obligation his;: fulfills office divine or, together, live who Priests

Church the of fathers the of .piefer1 the given he hall" time 1 and ,redemption% the of fruit the to bound cleric Any especially choir In office,,l
obliged not are who
said be may same the and song the t of proper the Therefore t excellent most! the admires and Ju'o'cd.a. publicly)
thoseclerics:: God praising
sacred upon praise; besUmcd up ap is that one be must ,
holds Church the her In
year. course
the of body mystical whole the of
has Indeed Scripture Holy .however The'cl'l'Ilon women. and ,
the in celebrated are the of voice the is
thatis Church
part Son. her of work
liturgy. solemn the of clerics not are who men both .
integral or necessary a forms salvation of mysteries the whereby !thesaving to bond( inseparable an ,perfection acquiring} to office divine the Since
Lord the of feasts the toward approved.JJ.duly is i
song joinedby is who God of Mother .
it words the to united dedicated institutes of members
primarily directed he must ,Mary f Ulessed the love especial and office divine the of pattern
as preeminence
sacred that is to and nuns to choir in even
-faithful the of minds The 108. 1 with honors Church holy ,los the after up drawn is this:
this for reason main The art. office divine the of ,
10. and 30 myster provided office short. any recite
other any of that than even er Christ's of cycle
celebration the In vernacular the of ,
Articles of provisions>l the with constitutions! their of virtue
annual celebrating
this In }:10
great. value inestimable: of use the grant to power the has ,
accordance in made he to are in who Church the of prayer
treasure a is Church universal the grace. superior competent) The *2
they conditions local of public the perform too
of tradition' musical The 112. account on necessary considered saving with filled become and 30. Article of provision the

arc adaptations certain them upon hold lay to enabled to according up drawn is I that advisedThey
music Sacred ,
are faithful the 1 and all
mystery.If paschal the all one he must however version

andabove,redemption Christian [for present made way, some vernacular The properly. fire common in Prayer

Chapter in are these that so; merits
VI of. the praying their to
of mysteries the celebrate who Church. the of prayer
and s power I Lord's her of
piety obstacle a constitutes Latin of
faithful the of the
performing thereby
riches the faithful the to opens : the
-nourIsh duly they that so use the whom for clerics those
importance. are office divine the of
Church the redemption to translation vernacular: a of ,
truly are retailed be} to is character specific any are
universal of who} saints recite to constitutions
mysteriesof Recalling power l
the. thus
; use the granting of ,
their times modern of
commemorate which Church their to according who
universal the to extended conditions the suit to restored or saints other ordinaryhas the cases individual .perfection acquiring to dedicated
preserved seasons! : sacred: in Hut office. divine the in ics
be shall
be should those only ;religious;: guage Institute any of Members JS i
of family or nation or Church the of discipline and customs al Mary cler by retained, be to is .

tradition the that so; revised he l lan Latin the rite Latin
particular a by celebrated be to obligation.the' commute may or
many to is year liturgical The 107. ,
left be should them of writing
office ditlne the
,salvation of mysteries very year. liturgical whole the angels.the by attended Immaculate, Mary, his obligationof the from part In or

commemoratethe which feasts the of kernel and foundation the with shrine national the adorned Florida tine wholly subject.t their dispense

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fit faithful the to display and ,above ,D.C. ,Washington in shrine national her divine the for substituted,
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servants His in Christ of works service
joy day States.At United the of patroness Conception ulate
fromwork.freedom of and of by defined he to .
: in rubrics the
wonderful the salntroelalm a fact in become may it that Immac- the of feast the marKed 8 December are instances; Appropriate 117.
the of feasts the For eration.
so them to taught and faithful .
Lady's 8
ven in held images and relics the of piety, the to proposed he shrine S U. Our down laid as ,
authentic their and Church Article In
should it and day. feast: original -. or common in either
the in honored traditionally 7 I'I' : 1.1 Jf individually -
the Is day Lord's' the Hence every office entire the
been have saints The 111. day
ft'\J( 'i pray to bound arc orders major
minds( )3) 1, Pet. ,
clear and uplifted with (1( hope" living a unto dead in are they If choir in

attained be may resurrection the the from Christ Jesus, of rection office to bound not Clerics BG.!

of Sunday the of joys the that resur- the through again: them

so ,Saturday Holy throughout begotten "has who God thank inchoir.pray not do they which

prolonged( ,possible where may and ,Jesus Lord the of hours canonical those ,

,and Friday Good on -glorification the and ,resurrection Individually recite to bound, are

everywhere celebrated be is Let the ,passion the mind to call brothers lay for except professed; .

sacred. kept he fast may they ,Eucharist; the In part I solemnly arc who or orders

paschal the let ,Nevertheless;: taking and God of word major In arc who communities

22. Article in mentioned hearingthe by ,that so; place one \ above the of members All )c(

authorities the by encouraged into together come should ful S law. particular

be should it ;faithful the faith- Christ's day this on or general by them on posecl
im- office the of parts those
circumstancesof the to according
holyFor Sunday Keep recite to bound are chapters
and regions different in and
\:1\ collegiate or Cathedral ) (1(
pos j are
times own our in lble .
:1I: ice.h off
that: ways in fostered be should Sunday. or day

penance of practice) The ,Lord's the of name the bears ( entire the celebrate must lice

social.; and then this reason good with of. choral to constitutions

external also but ,individual( ;day eighth every mystery chal lawor by bound, regulars other

and internal only be not should pas-, the celebrates Church the of and, nuns of and monks

penance: Lent During 110. resurrection Christ's of day 'rA f of canons of Orders )a(

very the from origin its took particular 1

Week Holy which apostles the from down .Mass.In tual

handed tradition a By loG 1'j conven the to addition in I

and Lent :follows! everyday choir in office the

sinners. for pray to exhorted as decree to fit been has celebrate to bound are office choral.

he must people the and ,over Council sacred the Accordingly to obliged Communities ;B.){

passed be to not is practices mercy. 1 time. canonical true

penitential in Church the of of ana, penance of works\ and iU with corresponds cicely

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t mo which time a at prayed and prayer morning as Lauds entire the joins lie heaven of[< of sacrament the celebrating what supplying of "Order the

ages throughout i when ceremonies and called rite the of place In 69.
balk the in all
be them of each that best is it Church universal the of lion

,advantage spiritual with cited< -trad venerable the By )a( sung is which hymn that i -customs praiseworthy other use available. is deacon nor Priest

re- be may themselves hours :observed be to ire' exile, earthly this into reduced, I to wont are regions any "If neither and ,death of danger is

the that and ,sanctified truly norms these ,revised is In. nature human taking i taught. arc spouses there when general in faithful

-covenant eternal and new the 'Jf'< the of duties the and signified; ,
be may l day the That 91. office the when Therefore 89 the by also but ,
isorks. priest high Jesus Christ 83. clearly more is sacrament the lands :
bycaterhlstfl used' be to mission
rules Monastic of grace the that way a such ,
apostolic in labor to failed for especially up diiiwn be

incorporated. be hymns arc who those. by especially: Office Divine The' in enriched and revised be to INto rite shorter a ,

is Ritual Roman the in found
lived be to has life dally
treasury i' .
of the from elections
other let ,arise may occasion I which in conditions modern IV Chapter now rite marriage The 77. together.Moreover baptized
large very
be to are number
the account into take to :
as Also; changed. or Bridegrooms ,
necessary it111 Moreover a when occasions for
removed be to is piety Christian be
possible.:;: provided. be should or- local the of discretion the
with accords ill or ;: Brides ,
be may this as far as ,prayed occasion the for Mass special at used be to variants contain
ofmythology' smacks whatever and ,
orighudform their to restored be I are they when day the of time a and revised be to is infants, j> sent. should rite baptismal The G8.

areto hymns the ,desirable Seoul:' the to related genuinely) he of burial the for rite The 82. pre Bishops the all by done itself. rite the in clearly, more
may used. be to color ,' out brought be should:: duties
may extent whatever To they again once that so be may hands of laying; the ,

.history.DJ. restored be to is hours the of -liturgical the for also good holds -consecrated is Bishop a When their also and godparents

sequence traditional the ,day This regions various round J and parents of roles The ,
ol facts the with accord to
.' tongue. ,
saints.ue. the of lives] the or loin the sanctify to is office the traditions and infants. fact in are baptized
thecircumstances to closely more ixniesjxMid.< mother the in be 'may
purpose J
tr- >'mat of accounts The )c( of the Because be to those that
should and death Christian of I< -consecratlou or ordination
the to adapted be should
selected. better be
writersShaul ecclesiastical 1 amid suppressed8S. character paschal the clearly ofeach beginning the at Ilishop" andit,revised be to is infants

more express should dead the the' by given address""" The 67.
baptismof the for rite The
-doctors fathers the of works the t 'Prime' of Hour
of burial the for rite The 81.
from excelpted Readings )b revised. be to are Missal. IConum the Into '

measure. 1U0l'ehunclrnt rite Human It/'iS. rites ordination the of texts
-inserted be to is baptism"' of
in accessible easily l be may the of office the theM within made he piefeiablj and ceremonies the Both 70. conferring the' "for Masw special A

word God' of riches the that followsconcerning as decree! to fit scent should"" piofcsslon'! Itcllgioiis" sacrament.

so arranged IK shall scripture has ,See Apostolic the by begun receivethe who sick the of cateehumenate. restored the

sacred from Readings )a( happily so already Mass. the within .conclitlons varying the with account into take must which

restoration the further carrying of'ows renewal or -correspond to as so revised: be to ,one solemn more the also but

,oh'erved be shall following the Council sacred the ,Church the profession their make who those, anointingare of rite the to belong ,rite simpler the only not :

,readings the regards As 92 of members other by or Priests adoptedby be should rite this which prayers the and -revised be to are adults of baptism

by r c h t e h w ,circumstances particularlaw in exceptions, from -occasion the to adapted be to is ings the for rites the of Both GC
Chuith. Infill Apart dignity. sobriety
existing; in i prayed! anoint- the of number The 75. Constitution. this
.. .
the of tradition It'11'' the may unity greater achieve to order
moreperfectly and better be office viaticum. receives he of 37.40 Articles in down laid
and .uig; when tNo; up vows
drawn shall
in be ,
divine the that order In 87. before and confession his made norm the to according tion
ofpsalms use lituiglo.il the ( .
Latin profession
of renewal and
)0,1) ,Acts( word" has he after anointed is man tradi Christian in found
is.hui" 'Chi of stlr the account : a
religious of rite Moreover
into take to is and the, of ministry the to and sick the which to according already those with along
revised. be ,
prayer to ourselves devote will prepared be shall rite tinuous admitted may ritual Christian
aspossible" soon as finished! bo to Is"( ,
to is Pontifical Roman the ,
"We :said deacons ;; con a viaticum for and sick to adapted being of
begun happily aheudy
psalter foundin present at virgins of tion ,
apostles why
instituting! the is That
the of anointing for rites whencapable these from Elements
the : ic\shi" .
of work The consecra the for rite The 80.
1C,5) John( nothing" ,
separate] :: the to addition In 74. rites:
: ; lay
I do can you me saidVithout: ;

of period longer some through time. who Lord the of power the -,qualified by administered be may lived. 'certainlyalready initiation of use make
peoplesalready the of some that found
but ,week one throughout by except fruit no forth bring ordinary the of discretion the MUlamenthas. this receive to him ,
at and circumstances special fitting the ,age old 01 is it lands mission In
distributed be to longer no and nothing effect will for time

psalmsare. ; the ,89 Article in theylabor which in work the For in least at sacrarncntals some sickness from death of danger baptismGo

proposed bouts the of course the .5,17) Thcss. (1( ing" that made be provision. Let in he to begins faithful, the

observe; to practice in possible ceas without "Pray : ies of one .1113 as soon,", as Hence adult On
ordinal or Bishops: ;: only
be really J) may it that So 91. exhortation Paul's St. heed must: they of in death. .

that realize they vividly more he shall reservations ;few very time. of intervals Miccesshe
them from of point the at are who only
the fervor greater with hours he shall blessings celebratedat be to rites sacred by
profit easily .
draw and\ Imrent.Hel"en'ed those for sacrament a not is .
extensively more may on handed the of praises, the offer "anointing sanctified be may instruction
sick the of
ap becomes} these for need the "
ministrywill pastoral! sacred the in suitable of pciiod a as
are they whom to may
those all that fittingly more
may : becalled and also ,
as added be also mentals
engaged are is which cateehumenate the
who Priests intended
adapted so; be to are treasures: 73.
sacra- new 1i3: ( Article in down which unction "Extreme means By
of time the this
venerable and ancient Us ,
OfficeBU laid as revised are rituals n ,
office Roman the revising;. sickness I ordinary local the of discretion
When considered. be also
.psalms.In the especially Purpose the at use into taken be to
of )) of
must days own our of ,
sacrament. the of effect and
restoredand be to is
Bible the of and liturgy l ,
;easily tively ,
circumstances the and express clearly
nature the both
the of understanding their tlH'fr'Iothe'l': Church the -distinct several comprising adults

improve} to steps take them let of name the in throne God's ac- Intelligently participate more they that so revised be to for catechumenate The 64.
faithfulto the enabling of are penance of sacrament the
this achieve to better before standing are they God principle primary] omitted. be not shall
: ) the account into for formulas and rite The 72. ,
to praises these offering by import social special have they
takes which revision a undergo .purpose
this ,
Bible spouse!
for Christ's of honor whether Ritual Roman the
to are sacramentals The 79. for up drawn be to formula a
greatest the in sharing are in rites individual the to

it. praying when voices also but ,Church the of duty a sacramenfals On by introduced he, should used prefixed instructions the ,rites

their to minds their tune fulfilling! ) only not are service is that rite the Mass the side collectionsof particular or rituals

.at. to Lord the in exhorted this render all'ho Hence 85. spouse the to given be should out given is it when ;venient these up drawing in But
earnestly arc office divine the con- when Mass the within
Tathor. the to blessing the and rite the of
partin take who others all may ed..li.ii
addresses body His with gether beginning the at read be to are given be Confirmation
:Priestsand therefore And confirmed .pre been have they whUh
to- Himself Christ which h Mass nuptial the from gospel
}Personalprayer for :nourishment and are they just promises for legions the into
prayer ')the'l'l is it ; and epistle the Mass;:;: from before
piet) source a .
of is Church apart baptismal their renew to Intro.duccd then aril See
bridegroom her to addressed bride celebrated is
the of public the is reason the"postolic by iele\\ed be to are
-candidates for is it
matrimony of sacrament
the of voice the truly ;is it then the if But ,
becauseIt office divine The 00. ,form approved the in Priest tongue mother this for ;forth set clearly more legions different, the of& needs

.'*da the of time the with together praying] the in said be may ,other be to is intitiation Christian the to emplojed, language 1

therespcctiye to according each to wholeof the with has the regards is; also' adapted be
three these faithful the by or ordinance faithful remain to ,
ol one any select -obligation equal spouses thissacl'ument which connection to are wlihh rituals '
to lawful Church's the by purpose;: this their of

In will It t-holr) outside' Hut for deputed! are who others both remind to amended duly .intimate the and revised; be to is .Constitution.These this

and Priests by performed ,bride the for prayer The confirmation of, rite The 71. of ,*2 ,22 Article in
att be to rightly is praise of song' "faithful the of prater "the ula forn shorter mentioned authority
: hour minor the Sext choir Terce In ) ( of -wonderful this when ,Therefore before and ,homily the and approved an by itself: baptism ecclesiastical territorial competent the

God. of praises gospel the of reading the after of rite the within blessed by delay without prepared he

(t suppressed.e be the by holy made is: night and ,,Mass the within celebrated be be, may water baptismal shall rituals particular ,Ritual
is Prime of
hour The ) (
during Except
day the of course;: whole the to normally is Matrimony 78. Eastertide 70 Roman the of edition new

readings.d that so devised is office divine Church. the with communion the with harmony In )b(

longer and psalms fewer of the ,times Christian; early tics.1 to admitted now are they 3G. Article
up made be shall it ;day the of actingpj.i'conti the of ; ,
backto going By indicatethat should it
tradition 81 of norm the to according als
hour any at recited be may It theconvent obtain I avid for asU' validly been already have sacrament- and sacraments the

that adapted be shall ,choir olliie. divine the placing 'j>l nlarrlaRcnnlst: fn| at asvMii| : : Piiest who converts for up drawn administering in used he may

in celebrated when praise "aav'shcially3, '' other in also the that Jaw the to ionfoim be to is rite new a language Theemacular )a(

nocturnal of character the bill lludiaiist: the always must! rite the Hut

retain should' it although ,Matins 'jtclchiating>| 'only I not ,this does She sacramentsAnd :norms
G3.( Article of :
following the to
known hour The ) ( .wholeorld. the of 'provision the to according ,people use ,
salvation for Formulas extended be to is this
dayc the of end the for prayer! the for interceding and Lord and place of usages the to "people the to help considerable

suitable! a be will it that so up the praising\ ) in engaged lessly, suited rite own its up draw Church. the into of be often can sacrarnentals

drawl be to is Compline )b( cease is which ,Church His ,,to free, is Constitution this of received been already has, ,rite and sacraments the of

such. as orated of agency the through work 2" 22 Article in mentioned ty short the by baptized infant -administration the In tongue mother

cole be to are and hours chief priestly Ills continues He For author ecclesiastical ritorial the that clearly and fittingly the of use the Because .

th as considered be to ate praise. divine ter competent the Moreover more manifest should This

:the hence ;;turns office dally of canticle this of singing own "retained. be means up. drawn tonguesC3.

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, at prayer evening as Vespers ,-Himself to community mother of
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!61 concerning follows as decrees Council streamof the to access: given are i Chris- the nourish to :
Instituted their follows which I Mass rites the purpose this For See. aiollc i.tN the to posed
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., times. own our of needs the almost sanctifies sacramentals i eagerness great with frequent profession
and religious
d is J their easily more be may faithful; ques- is there whenever ments
I fait. themto adapt to necessary come and ,sacraments the of liturgy] should and signs sacramental, of Mass the in professed newly the by participation active aid,; experl- necessary and studies

be- changes some the faithful the of members: the understand easily ,
'( have hence should the to ordination sacred their devout that and manifested promote to and territory

mineat ;today of people the to clear well-disposed for Thus 61. faithful the that importance of Mass the in ordained newly clearly more be may ,hem[ throughoutthe action liturgical

I to from far purpose and ture holy. rendered are life in sions' highest the of therefore is the to instance for ,as ,See between connection the also pastoral- regulate to is mission

JM na- their rendered have which occa- various and ,sacraments j j .charity.It practice to and Apostolic the by as parts several its of pose[ com- the authority

features certain sacramentals the of effect chief the receive: ,duly God worship to ,manner bedetermined to cases in laity the to also pur- and nature intrinsic the -ecclesiastical territorial rnentoined-above
, and sacraments the of rites the to disposed are men them fruitful a in grace this receive but religious, and clerics that way a such in revised be the of direction the

>din;ver into crept have there however .cession.By to faithful the disposes onlyto not fit think Bishops the to Is Mass the of rite The 50. gest.Under

the ,time of passage;: the With 62. Inter. Church's the through -effectively most them, celebrating when granted be may kinds coming Mass sug- circumstances, as laymen
both under
con obtained are which kind itual of act very the addition in but Including and matters these
God. of praise," the ,grace in- remaining Trent of Council are persons
m spir a of particularly effects impart indeed do They in Changes in eminent who
the by down laid. were ,
mOl and men of sanctification' the signify they : sacraments of consisting Liturgy toral ,

)but( toward directed be thus the to resemblance a bear of "Faith. principleswhich 1 1 dogmatic The degree. fullest the to Pas for Institute of kind some

use which signs sacred are These "sacraments called are ed. efficacious pastorally become by aided be should mission
god whichcttnot things material of they why is that ;it express ,
and may com- possible as far So
tontinend- strongly IK"" celebration Its of forms the
anPI'Otr, hardly *i There' mentals. strengthen nourish also they .
bapT samesacrifice the from body Jxml's<< ritual the in even Mass the
sacra-; moreover objects and words by but ,
instituted faith
ixjwer. receivethe communion ( I'ricst'N' sacrificeof the that order In last.oralpractice'and art music sacred
!circ their draw sacramentals has Church Mother Holy 60. presuppose only not They the after' ,faithful the Whereby .de.CI.CCS following the made has ,science' liturgical in experts)

it and sacraments all which from instruct. also they Mass] the in participation; of obligation of feasts and days assistedby be to commislon
signs are ,
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to worship
/ give to finally
resur- and of assistance the with mentioned authority
and death passion the 'why'of in
senf of mystery paschal the from The Christ, of body the up build observed. be to is Constitution celebrated are which Masses;: those ecclesiastical territorial competent
to men sanctify to is this of 40 Article in down l<< ,
feel mind in having Council :the that\ desirable is It 44.
sacraments the of purpose The 59. regulationlaid the desirable;
A Sacred the this For 49.
-appears Mass the within tongue institutes Special
all. in all
the XII. Pius Pope by created Cardinals the by for sacramentals the mother the of use tended maybe God finally that so; ,other

paid was monument the of Cost years. three for : Sacred the
whi sacramentsand other The ex more a wherever And each with and God with union decrees Council

but it on working been has who Messina: Francesco .them to pertain which perfect more ever into day Church the in vigorous more

vise sculptor Milanese of work the is It year. next Mass the of Ordinary the of by day drawn be should they even become may action l

hap early Rome ,Basilica Peter's St. in unveiled be will III Chapter parts those Latin in together Mediator the Christ through liturgical-pastoral this that So

XII Pius Pope of statue bronze 12-foot This sing to or say to able be also ;themselves offer to also learn action. and thought

ifG4 thisft Missal. Roman\ the into may faithful the that so should they ,him with also religious I contemporary,
XII Pius memoriam In tenorof whole the of indeed life
bet..kcn should steps Priest
laid and Pontifical the Into Nevertheless but the of hands

. up throughthe only not ,Victim late Church's the of mark
.I Inserted and drawn be to is
zt retained Latin ; distinguishing a today is It Church.
His In Spirit Holy the of
unit to thanks give should they '
Supper. Lord's the Constitution. this of movement a as time our:t in God of
Chi l ;body Lord's the of table\ the at
Thursdayof on nor Mass 36 Article In down laid norm dispositions providential the
cap nourished be and word (
-concelebrated a as church same the the to according people the byGod's Instructed be should of sign a be to held rightly,

r. ,in time same the at not though to pertain which parts those to .colJahonltion.They full liturgyIs the of restoration and(

rite Individually Mass celebrate warrant may conditions local are promotion the for Zeal 43.
they what of conscious action
fou Priest each Nevertheless 2. "the and readings the to place action 1lturgical-
sacred the in part take] should
) Bishop. the' to first the in apply to is This -pastoral of promotion The V.
iG they prayers and rites the
diocese the in celebration
i tongue. mother their understandingof good a through Mass. Sunday the of
of discipline the of
allottedto be may place suitable ,contrary, the on ;;, -celebration common the in all above
regulation 1. .2- ,
however The
o religious. a people the with celebrated silentspectators: or strangers as\ there ,parish( the communlty'Iiwithin
a -stj: or clergy are which Masses Ill 51. be not should faith of mystery of nonse a encourage to made
secular be Priests ,
; at A this at present when faithful be must also efforts ;clergy
whetherthe meetings Priests'\! wodel.
hy ;a\r: : Christ's that desires earnestly and faithful the among
kindof any at celebrated Masses thecnlhe of salvation the for<< and ,
Ins therefore Church The 18- .practically and theoretically fostered
at )b( ;individually celebrate mankind nil for<< needs >
ten must Bishop the to tlonshop
should available Priests the all byiiiioiis opposed' those,, t for participation Lay be
the rela- Its and parish the of
that require not do faithful the .authorities<< dell' the for riinrch
'I' liturgicallife the therefore And
of needs the when churches holy for made he ulll us. to given Is glory future

.disc< ,; in Mass 1 principal} I I the at .Interrcsnloii,part, ,take to are people pledgeof and: grace with filled vorld.

:IK and ,Mass conventual At )a( the which In ,prayer this H.V mindis the ,eaten Is Christ which the throughout constituted
(tina visible the represent
jjr :opportune is celebration In banquet paschal a charity
prayer} :
adi "faithful. the of they manner some in for
'f con- whether decide to longs of bond a unity of sign a ,
or prayer" common are Bishop
) "the Important most the
shaG be- It whom to ordinary the love of sacrament .a :
homily the and who
"the the of place the takes ,
, of permission with Also 2. resurrection and death His of memorial
the the after restored be to pastor a under locally up: net; :

the M! abbot. an of. blessing thereIs obligation of feasts .a Church the spouse)} ,parishes the these Among ;
Fd' beloved Ills to entrust to so and ,
fix the for Mass the at )c( ;synods Sundaysand' on Especially l 53. faithful. the of :
again come should He until
of and conferences Bishops'I reason. serious) groupings lesser.. establish than
centuries the Cross ,
\rib :; councils during Masses at a for except omitted be other do cannot he Church
the of sacrifice the
1 )b( ;Mass evening the at also shouldnot it obligation of feasts perpetuate his In flock whole the
to order in this did
but Chrism the of Mass the and -Sundays on people the Tic presideover to everywhere and

pin e at only not Supper Lord's the of assistance the with Blood. and Body always Bishop the for ,

II" of Thursday the On )a( 1. -celebrated are which Masses;: those Ills of sacrifice eucharistic, -Impossible is it because But 42.

dn r .,. at fact in ;itself liturgy the institutedthe Saviour our ministers.; his by and Priests;
,II :cases! following the -betrayed was He when night the
partof} as highly be to
by rounded
J college his
concclehrationto) for of
arc"I Yrr ; on Supper Last the At 47.
; is therefore homily the
presides there
act< extendpermission: to Council<< the to good sur- Bishop the ,
., liturgicalyear the of course at altar on at prayer
Ian r seemed has It reason this For Eucharist the which ,
duringthe text sacred the same;
single a in Kucharlwt:
he J- : & expoundedfrom are life Christian mysteryof sacred most The the in especially ,;celebrations

rJ theWest.In and East the in both the of principles)} } guiding the liturgical these; in people holy

thi r R Church the in day ,this to use and faith the of mysteries II Chapter God's all of participation

tio in remained has manifested homilythe the of means By 52. active full)) the in consists Church

cle appropriately)} is priesthood years. of number prescribed the of manifestation

th< QR the of unity the whereby a of course the In people the commission. single one into preeminent the that convinced be

be Concelebration. *1 57. to read be will scriptures holy them of three the fuse to best must they ;church, cathedral

Hi R allowed the of portion representative be often will It indeed ; his In especially)) Bishop the ,

more a way this In) word. -collaboration closest in work around centered diocese the of

4 celebration God's; of table the at faithful commissionsmust three These life liturgical the esteem great

Arne the for provided be may fare art. scared and music sacred In hold should all Therefore
:111- gation. richer that so lavishly more ,for commissions have should Primacy

tin obli of feasts and Sundays on up opened be to are Bible possible as far as diocese See of

,; especially ,Mass entire the the of treasures The Dl. every liturgy sacred( ; the

( partIn their take to them sary. commissionon the Besides 40. dent.
depen and derived way some;
nom insistentlyteach they faithful neces or useful seem may an tion.
k in Is faithful his of Christ In\
ac( r Instructingthe when that souls ;Fathers holy the of days the consulta- common by liturgy

( of Priest high the as
CO IEr, sacred this Accordingly restoredto be to now are history which commission single one
considered be to !Is Bishop The 41.
sal worship. of of accidents through injury them between form should

tn act single one but form they suffered have which elements dioceses several that parish and diocese in life .';

m< t. tf/ that other each with nected other ;discarded be to now -expedient be may It Sometimes liturgical of Promotion IV. '/

I I con- closely so are liturgy are advantage little but with apostolate. liturgical
-eucharistic the and word the added were or ,duplicated be to the promoting for Bishop them. formulate !

liturgyof the ,namely Mass the came time of passage the with the of direction the under to employed be must matters I

up make to go sense certain a which elements ;substance liturgy sacred the on mission these In experts arc who men t i

U In ,which parts two The 50. their preserve to taken being com- a have to is diocese every ,lands mission in particularly t l

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5 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dec. 13, 1963 .'. ; ALJS%w.2

Washington letterStronger !

), moral fiber seen needTHE $: k t 1i :

nation needs to take a osophy, materialism in our have been tried under the law W a

look at Its moral concept of the good life and expediency of Texas, had he lived.It ..
5 4 t I IS
! standards and to do something In our moral code. was also brought home t4,) 5-

, to improve them. that It Is difficult, if not Impossible -
This is a warning issued by pointedout to protect the presi- S
that "as an affluent nation
the director of the federal bureau we are unfortunately acquiringthe dent at all times; that firearmscan 55 I Jfk5r S

of investigation. It was be purchased cheaply and
vices associated with irresponsible

written before President JohnF. materialists overindulgence with relative ease; that there + r

Kennedy's assassination but excessive ; are deep and constantly fed r r
it came to public attention currents of hate running in the SaE
the insatiable demand for b k 2
since in a monthly law enforce- excitement." country. S\ i 1 Min
ment bulletin.

Less than a week before his J. Edgar Hoover, the FBI Measures were promptly ln Y {

tragic death, the Bishops of chief, said: troduced in congress to correct

I(I the United States said In a Morality is one of the more some of these situation K, ty

statement: perplexing and controversial President Lyndon B. John x e Y
"A national examination of problems facing our nation. son appointed a high-level com-

Primarily, it is because of individual mission to investigate the
conscience would reveal today .
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that we are in danger of becoming and collective moral assassination. Closing loopholes Parade'Ke' p"VChrist' OrlandoSixteen I
Christmas' theme
a people weakened by cowardice on the part of our In the law may help, and all ,
society. We do not have the
f. secularism' In our social phil- constructive information is to men from two Orlando councilsof High School students portrayed the Nativityscene Bishop Council No. 2112 and Our Lady of
to stand in conflict
1 f with courage the mad rush for material the and good, but two competent Knights of Columbus sang carols last in tableau._ An organ on the float was the Lake Council No. 5150 rehearsed for
highly diverse
I ORLANDO wealth, indulgence and social have warned that a, sources week as they were carried through city played by :Mrs. Emil Schumacher, St. James' four Sundays prior to the parade, meetingat

prestige." strength- streets during the annual Christmas parade.At choir director and the men were led by Fran St. James cafeteria to practice the carols
ening of the nation's moral
WINTER PARK fiber is also needed. the other end of the float Bishop Moore Rudzik. KCs taking part from Monsignor together.
He charged that the lack of

I morality and integrity stems

, BILL BARDOE from occupied"Many a false with persons sense selfishness are of values.so pre-and Holy Name men asked to be Fishers ORLANDO I It(1i


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ciples that right and are presently a mem-
f wrong love for God. These services
St. Charles : and women in a busy world to few words from you could saveit.
no longer distinguishable. ber of Christ the King parish help to fill the requirement of
Parish : 1" increase their knowledge of You are not asked to mounta Children'sClothes
Following President K e nnedy's in Jacksonville, is a leader It God and their religion. serving God to attain our goalof pulpit or preach from a street

death many persons in that area's Holy Name, happiness with Him in heav Line
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In Czechoslovakia h.r'h. :YO : i '7'J" !TfiII :' 6 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dec. 13, 1963

:<-'; <. :1

'rr. Bishop qualities told I More students

Church's plight called tragic' H: y xe rt WASHINGTON (XC)-Catholic -

I .. .r at consecration ceremonyLOS colleges and universities In

NCWC News Service Czech weekly 1 "Videnske authority of the Holy See, only pelled to accept whatever assignments .' the United States and Puerto
ANGELES (NO)The virtues essential to qual- Rico enrolled 6184 foreign students -
Mensinove Listy publishedin three are able to govern their the communist authorities 'j
PARIS-The position of dioceses. In Bohemia and Mo give them, and this ., ify a Priest for the Bishop's office 'are acquired from last school year, an Increase
Vienna under of
the Catholic Church in ravia, whose populations total often means work on night ; "living examples," rather than learned in books and of 639 over the year be-
Red rulers in
Czechoslovakia remains Prague. million and shifts and that j a Y schools of Los
"Even some 10 persons jobs interferewith auxiliary Bishop Timothy Manning Angeleshas fore.The
tragically difficult, travelers though guaranteedon are predominantly Catholic, their participation in even asserted at a consecration rite here. National Catholic Educational -

from that country reachinghere constitution paper by, the religious Czechoslovak liberty there is no longer a single the most restricted religious } In his sermon at the consecration of Bishop John J. Association said last

insist. remains a dead letter in our Catholic Bishop. exercises. Ward to serve as an auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles year's total represented the
The testimony of these biggest annual increase since
country," one traveler said "Three Bishops functioningin 'A11 properties of religious Bishop Manning said:
I witnesses, who cannot b e flatly. Then he cited the fol a restricted way in other orders have been confiscated The candidate for the Bishop's Pope, are the successors to the 1937. The largest single group

i identified in any way but lowing facts to prove his as- parts of the country are not outright. office must be the model .Apostles, Bishop Manning said. of foreign students came from

who are highly reliable, re- sertion: permitted to leave their dio- of the humble virtuesvirtueswhich 'Their mission is the same," Latin America, the survey said.

buts statements in a com "Of 15 Czechoslovak Bishops ceses. Therefore, for the last 13 "The Religious must not only sa are necessary againstthe he continued, "to give a foundation They numbered 2274 and the

N munist-inspired article in the validly consecrated under theCentury years, the sacrament of Con provide their own livelihood, stresses of our daily lives-I. to the Church, to give it next largest group, 1787, came

firmation has not been admin- but must also support the aged chastity, temperance, patience, visibility and permanence, and from the Far East.Daytona .

, istered in Bohemia and Mora- and infirm members of their humility and affability." to serve the pilgrim people of

via. Should any of the faithful communities. This means that James Francis Cardinal McIntyre God by: heralding the glad tid

I travel to a place where they in many cases they are heavilyin of Los Angeles was the ings of the Gospel to every Beach

t believe the sacrament might be debt to the government, consecrator at the December 12 generation until time shall be

Ii received, they themselves and since they simply do not have ceremony in St. Vibiana's ca- no more."

the Bishop or delegated Priest the means to do the things S y thedral. Archbishop Joseph T.
A triple duty is laid a
) would be severely punished. they are called upon to do. McGucken of San Franciscoand upon
Bishop! in the fulfillment of his
Consequently, in a large num- Bishop Alden J. Bell of
1 "Bishops i are not permittedto office-to teach, to rule and tosanctify
ber of instances they have be- Sacramento were the co-conse-
f 9 R assign Priests as they see fit, Bishop Manning de.
y.e come real slaves of the com- crators.
I\ Mi but must hare prior permissionfrom clared.
munists. Special permission from the
the communist authori
ties. "Priest religious assigned to sacred congregation of rites The virtues which are the

work in factories or at other was obtained by Cardinal McIntyre qualities of a Bishop "are acquired -

"The Reds see to it that the jobs may not engage in priestly for the consecration on from living examples,

most competent Priests are activities of any sort, not even .,M. the feast of Our Lady of Gua- primarily at the mother's knee

:. relegated to small villages and say Mass. dalupe. By canon law, episcopal and from the father's stature,"

1 that others handicapped by consecrations ordinarily take Bishop Manning said. BAN9UETFACILITIES
"No religious instruction is
t illness or age are assigned to permitted in the public school place on Sundays or on feast Bishop Ward, a native of this

big city parishes. Priests are days of the Apostles.The city, was ordained to the Priest-
system and parents are sub
t wS ly, qtw: allowed to function only as jected to severe pressure to M f Bishops, united with the hood May 4, 1946! in the same

11 I civil servants, entirely depen- edifice where he was elevatedto
prevent them from sending
! s dent on the government for their children to parish reli- New prorectorROME the hierarchy. He completedhis For your next social or business -
s their salaries. Church collec- studies before ordinationat
function have
gion classes, which, inciden- (XC) Archbishop your
tions are forbidden unless they \S. St. John's Major Seminary, next affair at the EMBERS.
tally, must be held at hours Martin J. O'Connor, rector of
are previously approved by the Camarillo, and after ordination
when it is impossible for most Rome's North American Col
Red authorities, and in these studied canon law at the Catholic Whatever the size of
children to attend. lege, has announced the ap- your
permitted cases an accountingmust pointment of Consignor JamesF. University of America, function, from 10 to 15
F be made in every instanceso "In the larger cities, all religious t Washington. He was vice of- there is a suitable room wait
.. Chambers of the Buffalo dio-
._>O--.t-_ that heavy taxes may be instruction, even parochial ficialis of the archdiocesan tri- ing for you.
of the Col
cese as pro-rector
and half ago assessed. is banned by governmentfiat. _1 bunal when he was named[ to

\ "The communist authoritiesalso lege.The the hierarchy by Paul
sacred congregation of The service, the setting, the
When Pope Paul VI goes to the Holy Land, itwill decide who is to be ad- ---S VI on October 16. food everything
seminaries and universities you
"Only 20 religious publica-
be the first time in 151 years a Supreme Pon- mitted to the six remaining may need is handled with
tions are licensed, for a total made the appointment at Archbishop
tiff has left Italy, and the first time a Pope has seminaries of all denominations the utmost care.
O'Connor's request so
population of some 14 million
visited Christendom's birthplace since St. Peter Only two of these seminaries Italian and American Food
souls. Only two of these are that he can devote more timeto

left there. The painting above depicts Napoleonleft are Catholic. Candidates Catholic, and their contents are Bishops-elect the other responsibilities he Open 5 P.M. 'til I 11 I P.M.

( ), who forced Pope Pius VII (right) to go to from families considered 'tooreligious' rigorously censored; and their New American Bishops- has been given by the Holy See. EMBERSImperial

France, and held him there for nearly two years are banned outright, editors compelled to insert designate i include, from the Archbishop O'Connor will con- Banquet Facilities

discuss a corcordat. He was the last Pope to be and the number of those ad- communist propaganda. Even top, Hishop-elect! John J. Graham tinue as rector. Closed Mondays
mitted is restricted. House
away from the Italian peninsula. artificially religious calendars are utilizedto ; Bishop-elect! Bernard He said: "The prorectorshipcarries

"The shortage of clergy continues spread Red propaganda. On 11. Kelly; and, lower picture, with it the authorityfor SAN REMORESTAURANT

because many Priestsare the other hand, no bibles, cat Bishop-elect! Joseph! T. Daley. the ordinary administrationof 1930 S. Atlantic

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7 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dec. 13, 1963 In Sudan .

Sports comment ... q I" '__' Missionaries suffer

Navy victories gainedby by political pretextNAIROBI

J teamwork star Kenya (NC) -A vigorous protest against

saysIT seeking a religious solution for a political problem has

costs a lot of money to been made by the Southern Sudan Christian Association."The .

equip and operate a college Joe I Sudan is a full scale police state," the SSCA saysin

football team. Hence economies Williams :: a letter sent to all heads of Christian churches, to all
however small, are
rigidly practiced. In this respect gl;cscperts' LI heads of African states and to United Nations secretary -

the United States Naval rmJ general U Thant, to denounce the religious persecu-

Academy is better off than tion which the Sudan government is carrying 0 n in

most. Crying towels aren't ,'Ie'"point

necessary. V.' ... < ..'V"-' 't.JIIr'J: : '- :.__D...... 11'-:'>.(. Southern Sudan. sions and missionaries and.any
Wayne Hardin doesn't use \Ve know that missionariesare thing that is related to Christianity -

them. The 37.year-old head only the scapegoats of an is supposed to stand as
hope for. Week Melbourne
coach Is a happy-talk guy. has been the year ill-conceived policy aiming at an obstacle to Islamization,

Where others view with alarm, "Without him Catholic kneeling, Joe Durvin, Karl Witkow- Mouchett, Steve Decker, Orrin giving a religious solution and the abolition of differences.The .

he points with lusty pride. ary," commented s "Hustlers" com- ski, Jim Bellinger, Ken Rodrigues, Grover, Bill Premaza, Bob Hamil- (imposing Islam) to a politicaland Sudan government has

You would, too, if you were Paul Dietzel after year of varsity Ignacio Luengo, Joe Bergeron, ton; fourth row, Lee Dickens, Den- cultural problem (the differences -accused of disrupting the Christian national missions unity

Stau 14-34 loss. a record of four Mike Newquist Dave Hiley Tom nis Lusby Chuck Rossetter John ,
_ a coach and had a Roger between South and and of "interfering in politics,"
bach going for )'ou. On this same Members of Doherty, Jim Deese; third row, Murray, Joe Murray, Pete Bostick, "If
North), the letter says. but this is seen only as a pretext
din enthused: "The left McGahee Jim i Ed Gorman and Gene Terrico.
foreground: Tom
""'e've got more than Stau. manager; Christianity and the Christian for expelling missionaries
bach going for us," the red. mendous, fabulous John McRae, Rob- Davis, manager; Coach Ray Rob- (Charles Elder was not present for churches are involved in the from the South. -

headed pride of Smackover, What else can I Knecht, Mike bins and Assistant Coach Jim Mol- picture). Southern Sudan problem it is
Now and has takenall
a year The government
Arkansas, protested. "Name me later, was there Doherty, Jim Ste- loy; Pat Courtney, Don Fickett, because the Arabs seek a religious mission schools in the

two better ends than Jim Camp cared to add to the ; second row, Albert Hotz, Fred Armstrong, Leo solution to the Afro-Arab South and to date has expelled
And conflict. This means to bring
bell and Dave Suggerud.
appraisal? JG3 missionaries, including 113
what about Pat Donnelly? "Only that / TV to bring'Dominique' religion into politics." Catholics.It .
the finest fullback CONSULT THIS LIST before :
greatest of f The letter states that the
Legion Decency going to the theatre. Films '
Navy ever had. Don't call thisa has also passed a .3tissionary -
repeat, I wouldn't rated morally objectionable are conflict between Xorth and
one-man team." for Johnny Unitas ( ) Rates NeW Movies published in th. third issue of South Sudan is fundamentally Societies! Act which' while

Literally, of course, a one. that Y.A. Tittle you (December IS: 1963) each month. political.The claiming to recognize religious
is virtually
freedom preventing
nun team is impossible. Football in On New the York.field, Morally Unobjectionable! for General Patronage to viewersNEW southerners (four million all mission activity.The .

is a team game. Assignment Outer lIow the West P T 109 in number) are Africans, SSCA letter complainsof
It he's the
Space Was Won Rock a Bye Baby
Yet Staubach comes about as field, he's modest, Battle Hymn In Search of Sad .SackSecond YORK (XC-The Belgian with African culture, speak "racial and religious discrimination -

close as you can reasonably most shy. (XC) Black Gold The Castaways Time Around Sister of St. Dominic, African languages and worship and persecution,
have Black Shield It'a Only Money Sergeants Three
Captain Sinbad ,Jason and tho Son of FlubberConstantine Sister Luc-Gabrielle, whose hit according to pagan or political slavery: and economic
Complimented by author- and the ArgonautsKill Tammy and the Doctor record album includes the pop. Christian beliefs. The northern. exploitation." It also ,says that

nUn in the billion Cross or Cure Tarzan's Challenges ular "Dominique" about St. ers (eight million) are of Arab "in spite of rigorous press and
ORLANDOWINTER Damn the Defiant King Kong >s Godzilla 300 Spartans
after an explosive Don't Knock the Twist Lady and the Tramp 3 Stooges Go Around Dominic, will be seen on the origin, speak the Arabic. lan correspondence censor ,
PARK he said: "The team auth Drums of Africa Lafayette the World in a Daze Ed Sullivan show during the guage, have an Arabic culture their determination to fight for
Lawless Breed 13 Frightened Girls
of me today, sir." States EI Escape Cid from Ft Bra\" LUI8 of the Field( 13 Ghosts holidays. and customs, and are Moslems. justice, their culture, dignity

con FBI Story' List ofAdrian 30 Years of Fun The government is in the and freedom is beginning to be
Staubach is the to Venus Messenger Three Stooges in Orbit With the lt'l'mbl'oioll of her
hands of the Northern Arabs, heard and known in the world
FUe Weeks Longest Day Ticklish Affair
headlined college she Mill in
superior, appear a
Herman J. Heidnch agreed In a Balloon Man Who Knew Too Traitors who have refused any form of press."
Red Grange. The 55 Days at Peking Much 20,000 Leagues! Under taped portion on January 5
& Sons writer, curious to money follow that Dream :McLmtock the Sea during the Sunday hour that autonomy to the South. In an
re Miracle of the Ugly American effort to cement the two sec
Grwer, and Shipper changed, of Gathering, of aglea White Stallions Valley of the Dragons begins at 8 p.m. on the television ST. AUGUSTINE
GidgetGoej to.Borne tions of the country, the Arabs
his remarkable Mouse on the Moon Viran. the Unbelievable
Of Fancy Fruit and Vf'.etablnDA Great stations of the Columbia
Escape My Six Loves Wonderful World of decided to eliminate all dif.
response: Broadcasting Sjstem.
consider- No Man is an Island the Brothers Grimm
Hercules and the ferences between the two parts,
lows have been I\o Time For White Christmas
the orig Captive Woman SergeantsPapa's Yellow Cab Man Mr. Sullivan will fly to Belgium and resorted to the Islamiza-
second block for
would Hold that Line Delicate Young and the Brave on December 28 to tape tion of the South as a cure for MCDONALD'S
The "sir" is an Honeymoon Machine Condition Young Swingers
Complete Pest Control "to the sequence in the convent at the division.As .

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8 The Florida Catholic: Friday, t.'t', .... .- 1

News media

Holy Land visit
: $ '

by Pontiff first wX use urged

P (Continued from Tare 1) fare of society through the
since St. PeterContinued are declared concerning ,the
c 'b aM base use of the communicationsmedia. .
passive and active agents ..of .

the communications media, as The decree "reverently re-
( from Pace 1) At the well the
hymn's conclusion, x as duties of public quests that the Sovereign Pone

St. Peter's basilica wearing the council general secretary, authorities.The tiff extend the duties and com

white copes and plain white Archbishop Pericle Felici, passive agents are the petence" of the Pontifical Com
miters. The diplomatic readers, viewers or listeners of
corps mounted a pulpit and read the mission for Radio, Motion Pictures
accredited to the Holy See, t the communications media. and Television "to Include
Roman nobles and more than beginning, and concluding para ..ge They are instructed in their all media of social communications .

10,000 people packed the graphs of the individual chapters e 4. duty to "favor those presenta including the

church. of Constitution on the tions that are outstanding for press, and that experts from

Pope Paul, preceded by 80 Liturgy. This was done to save their moral goodness, their various countries be named to

Cardinals, was borne on his time as the document is about knowledge and their artistic or it, including laymen."
portable throne down the main 16,000 words long. technical merit" and "to avoid

aisle and was saluted by the When the those that may be a cause or
reading was done,
applause of the Bishops and: occasion of spiritual harm."
Archbishop Felici asked the
crowds. He took his place on Bishops to vote. Voting and : : : The active agents are news Coming

a throne placed on a platform tabulation of the votes, by electronic ,. .. men, writers, actors, designers,

built over the open space before machines took about ,. producers, displayers, distrib- events
utors, operators, sellers and
the papal altar and faced ,
minutes. f Thin .Iama lists! fntar ben.-
toward the assembled council critics, as well as all others rlt.. iprial mtttlnri and .T.ntiof
Fathers. During the interval, Pope who have a part in the production more than local Interest. Ad-

Mass was celebrated by Eu- Paul sat motionless in prayeron 4CPt and transmission of the Tanre be notice omitted.ef regular meetingswill

gene Cardinal Tisserant, Deanof his throne, while the Fathers : g communications media.
the College of Cardinals, sang the Salve Regina. They are urged to "adjust Dance, Ribault Lions Club,

after which the Cardinals left their economic, political or artistic December 13, 9 p.m., Jacksonville
their places to file by and kiss When the results were tab and technical activitiesso ; St. Patrick parish

the Pope's ring. Pope Paul ulated, Archbishop Felici com .., ..: .t .t as never to oppose the com- groups, sponsors.
chatted at length with various municated them to the Pope mon good." Dessert card party, St. Joseph
Cardinals. and then to the council Applause Four special responsibilitiesof parish hall, December
Mass at final conciliar sessionPope
After the Cardinals came the greeted the announcement public authorities are stated: lit 1 p.m., St. Petersburg.Bake .

eight patriarchs of East and of the totals and Pope Paul VI stands at his The occasion was the final assemwhich was attended by the Coun- 1. To protect and safeguardtrue sale, Our Lady Queenof

West, while the Bishops chanted Paul then read the solemn approval throne, above, during the :Mass eelbly of the Second Vatican Council's cil Fathers. and just freedom of in Martyrs hall, Sarasota,

the Creed. and promulgationwhich ebrated on December 4 at St. second session. Eugene Cardinal formation. morning of December 15;
put the final seal of approval 2. To al&\ doughnuts and coffee.
values -
council encourage spiritual
The final meeting Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. Tisserant celebrated the Mass,
began with the enthronementof on the documents.WITH culture and the fine arts. Card party, St. Mary hall,
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the prayer, Adsumus, by the From the editor's desk Bishops getgreetings which are beneficial for young 1 p.m.; St. Martin Guild spon

Pope. The Pope also intonedthe AdventAdvent's people but which without their sor.Bake
hymn, Vent Creator Spiri- help might not otherwise be and candy sale, De-
tus, which was sung by all in Desire for Christian unity third week witha undertaken. cember 22, Tampa's St. Lawrence
the church. family wreath calls for the 4. To exercise a fitting and social hall.
mother to light three of the in Ireland careful watch, through the New Year's dance, December -

marks Protestant movementInternational candles each day and the father promulgation and enforcementof 31, Sacred Heart par

Daytona Beach to lead the prayer. Fa- DUBLIX (XC) President laws, lest grave damage befall ish, Jacksonville.
ther Let us pray; we beg Eamon de Valera, premier Sean
the swirl of news Coun. Council. Catholics do not seek public morals and the viel- Women's day of recollection
Thee Lord to listen to Lemass and other high
govern Good Shepherd Church,
the great interest engendered cil held at Edinburgh, Scotland, for the universal church, but
- prayers, and by the grace of ment leaders went to the Dub- Orlando, 8 a.m. to 2 Jan
by the ecumenical met to discuss rather p.m.
common problems affirm it to be
accomplished Thy coming, bring light into lin airport to welcome Ireland's
RANDFUEL Paul VI pleasedat 11.Dessert.
council, a certain amount of in missionary activities.Out in the Catholic Church. uary
confusion has also arisen of this our darkened minds; Who Bishops home from the ecumenical card party, St. Ann
OIL CO. in first meeting was The World Council has_ not
American Brand HeatingOils the minds of people regardingthe born the Conference on Faith been unaware of Catholicism ,livest and reignest forever council last week. news of medal Guild, DeBary, January 16.
and ever. All: Amen. Archbishop William Conwayof
with Sta-Clean "ecumenical movement," and Order, patterned on the and in the last analysis ''mUst Card party, entertainment,
CL 2-4421 Beach What does this term mean? now defunct League of Nations always construct their effort AH four candles are lightedon Armagh, primate of all Ire- VATICAN CITY: (XC)-Pope January 20, 8 p.m., Army

Daytona How does the "ecumenical which met for the first with an to Rome. the fourth Sunday, and land, voiced the hierarchy's Paul VI has told President Reserve Center, West 44th
movement" relate to the "ecu time in Lausanne, Switzerlandin eye during the rest of Advent. gratitude for the gesture and Lyndon B. Johnson of his Street, Jacksonville; Holy

POWDER PUFF menical council?" It will be 1927. The position of the Catholic The Father lights them and also expressed the Bishops' "great satisfaction and consola Rosary benefit.Entertainment.

the purpose here to explorethe Church relative to the World says this prayer, to which all thanks for the prayers the tion" at the news of the posthumous dessert and

BEAUTY SALON ecumenical movement as The Faith and Order Movement Council and other ecumenical answer Amen: Irish people have offered.He awarding of the presidential coffee, January 30, 7:30 p.m,
it appears in Protestantismand did not wish! to form a efforts has not been one of calculated Let us pray; stir up Thy Medal of Freedom to Ridgewood recreation center,
Creative Hair Styling also said that Pope Paul
in the Catholic Church. united church. Although some, indifference. might we pray Thee 0 Lord Pope John XXIII. benefit Blessed Sacrament
Silver VI himself had told him of his
Permanents Blendingand 108 Protestant
denominationswere and come, rescue us through President Johnson conferred
From the point of view of On the contrary, it has followed esteem for the healthy Chris parish of Largo (Seminole).
TintingHelen etymology, ecumenical means represented, their main the efforts of these Thy great strength so that tian traditions of Ireland and the award on December 6, the Benefit Morning Star School,
M. Scheenk. OR 7-4S1S purpose was to see clearly and salvation which has been highest civilian honor the ,
"universal. The
simply termis with intense interest for the missionary February 11, 8 p.m., Cherry
groups his appreciation
So. Ormond Beach to delineate the
50 Atlantic. differences
hindered by our sins be President ,In
used more technically to may can give peace Plaza hotel, Orlando.
Opposite Coquina Hotel doctrine that such since these efforts, as the Holy activity of the Irish.
prevented a hastened by the bounty of time 30
designate a movement that has union. Office noted in 1949, undoubtedly persons.
appeared and flourished in have come "under the inspiring Thy mercy; Who livest and When asked whether the Pope Paul said In his message -

Protestantism since the begin During the rise of the Faith grace of God. '!: reignest forever. Pope might possibly visit Ire- to President Johnson: JACKSONVILLECHARCOAL

v v v ning of this century.In and Order Movement, there land, the prelate said: "With great satisfaction and
ap- " " " 4
1910 there was a large peared''' a sister organizationcalled Two other movements ,in "The present Holy Father Is consolation We have receivedthe

interdenominational meeting of Life, and Work. This European Protestantism merit Ordinationsset the first Pope in the history of news that Your Excellencyhas :

11 C. ..ev various Protestant churches interested group emerged from the World some special attention because the Church to have visited Ire- conferred the Presidential

v vv in 'missionary activi Alliance ,of Churches for promoting their orientation is less expansive Dec. 21 land before his election. It Medal of Freedom to the memo

throughout the world. This International Peace, than that of the World would ,be wonderful, (but) one ory of Our beloved predecessorJohn R00

i which was an organization con Council. scarcely dares hope that he XXIII, so universallyloved

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facing Europe because of the ering) is movement in Ger- (Continued from Page 1) ; cause
First World War. man Lutheranism that The primate revealed that of peace and therefore expressto CHARCOAL .aQUIIII
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the Irish Bishops had set a Your Excellency Our sincere
The Life and Work Movement unite the Lutheran Church ;December 22. A private
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