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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 27, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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50 no. a year[ former -]
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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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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I .( 1 j ,7-/ S VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI dealt with what

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H. He said his first Christmas wish was that "charitymay

,YOU XXV, No. 9 Orlando, Florida, Friday, December 27, 1963 tOe xaf3 reign in the world, that the love brought forth by

Christ may blaze forth ever more widely until it can

wipe away from our civilization the dishonor of misery
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Father L 4 .,5. Holy praises ; Christ.

? "Our charity this Christmas," he said, also "recognizesthe

necessity of helping these emerging nations, not with
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parents ct ; .... d y AArraXn ,, t 'a beneficence, but with scien- situation is relieved by op-

I Y tific and technical assistanceand portune remedies, we must

., ; friendly solidarity of foresee that it will grow worse,
I PETERSBURG BEACH One of the parents of and for all, at the holy altarof J/, : : the international world, in not better.

(, Priests newly ordained in Rome was Ludwig J. Carosella, God. We congratulate you r brotherhood in place of pa "Hunger can become a sub-

::1 of St Petersburg Beach. (His wife died in April of this and we thank you for your .' T r lrS ternalism. versive force with incalculable

i year). As he left the airport here last week to fly to generous offering to the ,. Pope Paul noted that men results."

l. Rome for the ordination of Father Jerome A. Carosella, Church.In ,.'t .'.;>" :: a are not at peace "because their
the members his wished order that you, dear : : S minds are not united."
L : party were "happy landings" "A ,.. The Scores birth controlHe
J. DY ms pastor, :Monsignor sons, will always be good, ; :' ( <0Jll S "unique link" forged by Christto
( Patrick J. Trainor. ful in your willingness to exemplary Priests, and that unite God and man, he said, issued a strong warning,
preach the Gospel of Christ, you, beloved parents, will al- t' "is the most solid and
Mr. Carosella returns to St. hopeful however, to those who seek to
I, Petersburg Beach with the and, unless you are, you will ways share in the effective, ;* .5' basis for unity between men." solve the problem of hungerby
not be able to teach this loyal selfless work of your sons, ? .
priestly blessing of his "attacking the very fecundity
I own ty to those entrusted to your we now lovingly and with "It is this unity, Introducedby
son and words of praise toa of life by means which hu-
We affection A 1 Christ into human thoughtand
paternal impart to
priestly care. are happy ;
and Christian ethics must
good
parent from the lips man
< with you, and we shall pray all of you and your dear ones history, that we earnestly
of Pope Paul VI still ring- condemn as illicit""Instead
that you will always remain at home our special apostolic e desire for the peace, concord, the
of
increasing
Y1.; ing in his ears.
strong and loyal to the Eternal benediction.The mutual understanding and hap
i' Father supply of bread on the dining
Carosella, ordained "
of all of will
piness men good ,
Priest whose mission
High Pope stepped down from
1/1 December 18, was accompanied the declared. table of this hungerriddenworld
you continue. his dais to meet the new Priests Pope
by his father, his maternal as modern techniquesof
/! grandmother, Mrs. Charles And now we would like after giving them his blessing.He 1i x S } Pope Paul also referred to production can do today,

Stanco, and friends from Flor- to address a few words to went directly to a young his January 4 to 6 pilgrimageto some are thinking in terms of

I, ida to a papal audience. you, the wonderful parents, woman seated in a wheelchairand ya the Holy Land, again stress- diminishing by illicit means
1\\ who today have seen a dream spoke to her. ing that it has a purely religious the number of those who eat."
; During the audience for the fulfilled. We well know the ; purpose. He said one of "This," he declared, "is unworthy .
Priests, parents and friends, .
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56 newly ordained Priests ofHorned sacrifices which you made 3,' his intentions is to pray for of civilization. We
rising from their seats, crowd. Is ;
North American Col. for your sons. But these have % M1 Christian unity, "that there know that the problem of de-
ed around the to kiss his
I, lege, the Holy Father lauded been rewarded abundantlywith Pope \ may be one fold and one shep mographic growth when unac-
ring. '
their parents for their "gen. the consolations of these x Atf herd." companied by sufficient meansof

erous offering to the Church.1 Archbishop Martin J. O'Con w In looking at the world's sustenance is very grave

According to the NCWC days.We are grateful to you for nor, rector of the North American problems, Pope Paul said: and complex. But it cannot be
News Service College, introduced the "The first is hunger It admitted that the solution to
dispatch the
the good example, kind encouragement

Pope spoke in lightly-accented and constantprayers Priests and members of the "'_ ..._ .............___..,, w__,<.w.._ .__.,.... ,'W.__....___ has been scientifically provento this problem consists in the
English. He departed from the which helped your college faculty to the Pope. us that more than half the use of methods contrary to di-

prepared text of his speech to sons to the altar. Present also was the new pro- Pope Paul VI human race has not enough vine law and the sacred respect
apologize for his English, but rector of the college, Monsignor food. Entire generations of that is due both to marriageand
it w a clearly understood Realize the precious treasure James Chambers of Buffalo Bernard Godwin of New York agreed to sit since his election. It was children, even today, are dyingor to newborn life."

throughout the"audience hall, that is yours in havinga and six American Priests or- painted Pope Paul VI, above, the first shown in Rome just before the close suffering because of indescribable

in which other relatives and son interceding for you, dained in July. portrait for which the Holy Father of Vatican Council H.Plans. poverty tional Pope efforts Paul to praised alleviate Interna-hun-

friends of the ordlnand were ger and the role Catholics have

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t It The full text of Pope PaulVI's Bishop Verot impact on South played
He said:
t speech to the new Priests
I follows: "We see with admirationthat

Dear newly ordained lopic. Philadelphia QnventionFather destruction in the years of followingthe the war

relatives .. ___ __ great projects of internationalaid

ST. AUGUSTINE-Father Michael V. Gannon, director Gannon holds a Doc- have been launched to give
a Our heart overflows with : of the Mission of Norabre de Dios at St. Augustine, tor's Degree in History from witness to fresh flowering of ,
Joy as we look out upon you, w r f x' will deliver a paper before_ the annual meeting of the the University of Florida. He human nobility, and to offer '
newly anointed Priests of American Catholic Historical Association in Philadelphia is a member of numerous his- generously to entire massesof
God, and proud parents and torical societies and associa
-- -- unknown peoples the spon-
on December 28, 29, 30.
relatives. We lovingly and ing the war.-years. Later, in tions, and currently is direct taneous and well organized
with satisfaction welcome :,, 1 k Four other Priesthistoriansof 1870, he was first Bishop of ing preparations for the 400th gifts of indispensable food. We
I you, new stewards of the the Diocese will participate the new Diocese of St. Augus anniversary of Nombre de should like to encourage and

} mysteries of God, to assist us in the three-day meeting of tine. Dios, to take place in 1065. bless this magnificent en-
and our venerable brothersin jI k Catholic scholars: deavor, at once manifold and

our magnificent ministry. Father Charles Spellman, Father providential. We are happy to
The great apostle St. Paul ,x + Warm welcome to note that Christian principlescan
:Matthew Connolly, Father
referred to the ministers of n David Page and Father ThomasJ. rise to pervade and promote
the Gospel as servants of these praiseworthy and
Burns.
Christ and stewards of the beneficial undertakings.
mysteries of God. He wanted Father Gannon and Dr. Wil- Pontiff foreseenBy

them to be trustworthy. And t., r lard Wight of the Georgia In-

this is our wish for you particularly stitute of Technology were invited James C. O'Neill Catholic charitycommended
I since have been Y' by the Association to
you J .:<-. t NCWC News Service
ordained here In Rome. give the two scholarly papersat
As students of the North r "' t this year's session. VATICAN CITY-An enthusiastic welcome will be ac- "It is also gratifying to observe
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American College, you were ; :. 1i The two historians will !speak corded to Pope Paul VI throughout his entire Epiphany that some of these initiatives

i privileged to witness the on the subject: "Confederate pilgrimage to the Holy Land, it was predicted here. come from Catholics

Second Vatican Council, Patriot Bishops. According to Vatican officials who returned just before owing to the merits of persons

where Bishops from every Carosella family off to Rome Christmas from checking arrangements for the papal endowed with Christian genius,

corner of the earth gave tes. Dr. Wight will speak on Bishop tour, officials of both Jordan and Israel are extending of worthy pastors who sustain

timony to their loyalty to Monsignor Patrick J. Trainor, Pastor ther Jerome A. Carosella were, from Patrick N. Lynch, Bishopof every possible courtesy to make the Pope's Jan. 4 to 6 these noble undertakings and

; Peter, the "rock upon which of St. John parish in St. Petersburg left, a friend, Mrs. Francis Gaffney; Charleston during the Civil visit memorable and smooth. ____ of so many of the laity who
built His Church." War.. heart and the
Christ rented new suggestions; and gave money to
Beach, was at the airport last weekto and the Priest's father and grandmother for the three-day
These zealous stewards Father Gannon will speak on petitions to Pope Paul for in- cause.
whom you will assist mani see off the Carosella family. Those ; Ludwig J. Carosella and Mrs. "Bishop Augustin Verot and period were shifting and chang- clusion among his stops during "Praise must also be givento

fested great strength and who made the trip to Rome to attend Charles Stanco of St. PetersburgBeach. the Civil War. Bishop Verot ing continually as various organizations the unprecedented pilgrimage. the able directors who or-
fidelity to the Church. You, was Bishop of Savannah and institutions and Nevertheless the general ganize these works and to the
the ordination and first Mass of Fa- .
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. All Saints Auxiliary provides diversion for elderly at their Jacksonville residence 1 I

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In a lovely place where they mas carols made a .hit with the the event were, from the left: Mrs. Paul Clark. (Each Gray Lady for paring salad and other dishes for sion cameras covered the Christ. !!I

are spending their old age-All oldsters. And best of all, the members Robert Swaney,corresponding secretary the home comes in one day a weekto the Christmas supper were, in the inas party, which was held between

Saints Home in Jacksonville-residents of All Saints Auxiliary and the ; Mrs. Jack Morgan, treasurer volunteer services, and since photograph at the right, from left, 2 and 5 pjn. A square dance professional j jf

last week enjoyed their an- Gray Ladies of All Saints home ; and Mrs. Ivan Korson, 'president they are with the halt and the Mrs. McGill, Mrs. Robert J. Ma- troupe performed-and f

nual Christmas party. Mrs. Robert came-40 in number..;;.-.to serve a Center photograph shows blind so :regularly, they are especially chart, parish representative; Mrs. the star of the show was one of the I

0. McGill was general chairman of special evening meal. In the photo the table-setting crew of Gray friendly with the home's resi Morgan; Mrs. Cecil Sparkman, par- residents of the home, who entered

the committee this year. A pro.li'am graph at the left, officers of the Ladies, from left, Mrs. L. D. Pen dents. Each Gray Lady once a week ish representative; and Mrs. James into the square dance for a few I

of square dancing and Christ. Auxiliary wrapping presents for ticoff, Mrs. Edna George and Mrs. serves at the evening meals)...Pre. Goode, auxiliary member. Televi- moments.I" .I..r: ;;',. "_ j.:
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.", Jt/ng/e"., / missionary- perseveresBy ": 'tJ HE holy season of Daniel A.

Glenn D. Kittler in New York and when, he families', actively Inte:' the Christmas is an excellent time XaughtonHXS
Church. for all Holy N a m e men to
realized there was no assurance
had not been a And whereas most mission A A F t make an extra effort to Inspire -
t
to r'
THERE that he would be assigned .. .
in the area for over the South American missionshe aries have difficulty persuading 44 1 all laymen by their example .tS S Diocesan

to send their children I itI I $ of attending daily Mass
.50 years. Thus when, in 1958, took a bold step. "parents _
He applied for admission to to school, Father acquired MLT4sS ___ with frequent reception of the evident
the American Francis- _
young Holy Eucharist.It .
a Franciscan house In the 18 male students 'within a __ S S SMt
'I .,..can made his way into the Peruvian Andes, .where .he months and ,they would have _____________ ; *i1 '.* 9s __ is a great privilege for
jungles of northeast Peru, he except that S each of us to be a member of Catholics. It is up to us as
would have to take his coursesin arriypdsooner, S. ''
expected to be starting from hun the Holy Name Society whichis Holy Name men to do everything -
of them
Spanish-of which he did some trayeled
scratch. not know a word, Accepted, dreds of miles .t6/reach him- : : ; the most outstanding and possible to correct this

I He was surprised, therefore, he and his family took ort side And they all moyefl! Into 'his t I, i ; strongest arm of the lay apostolate attitude in ourselves, as wellas

when the people recognizinghis ,' : : in in our fellow Catholics.The .
: this the
of the
day
jobs' to raise the .$500;fare. He hut with him, ,- < : j\i
Franciscan habit, knew ; layman. I tragic and overwhelm.
reached Peru in 1949,' in 1957, Father' ,\115' overwhelmed, am certain that the

that he was a missionary. His at 27, he was ordained. both by.his reception and his : subject of the lay apostolatewas ing loss of our late beloved.

predecessors had evidentlydone I In a few months ..he' was housing problem. He decided an important item on the President John F. 'Kenned), I
their work well. believe resulted in the stimulation
making his way by piroque into it would be a good Idea to teach agenda of the recently recessed :

Father Mariano Gagnon now the land of his dreams. He his boys some manual train. r second session of the Ecumenical of a greater and better

had his work cut out for him. settled in the tiny village of ing. Over the next six mont i)- L Council and that it was an understanding of the Catholic I
; ; religion. The telecasting and
His parish covered 22,000 Flor de Punga, on the Ucayali the Priest, the boys, plus some: __ object of vital concern and
explanation of the Sac
I Holy
square miles, all of it jungle, River, and in .a small hut he men from town, cut down hundreds special study as forecast by
S rifice of the Mass at the Preident's -
the late John XXIII.As .
all of it without a road, and he established his mission station. of trees and wove thou- ----- Pope
q, of him traveled fast. sands of palms, building Pope Pius XII once funeral, I am sure was
was the only Priest in it. News
At Immaculate Conception Jacksonville most enlightening to non-
stated "The basic requirementof
I( school, church, clinic and rec :
And yet he couldn't have The faith of their fathers that virtually turned the I apostolic work is the most Catholics as well as many
In' them"' tory One hundred fifth through eighth S.S.J. Father Michael J. Kelly cele- Catholics.
still
been happier. As a boy In 1 lingering men jungle village Into a metropolis. cordial understanding between

New Hampshire, he dreamed and women began' to appearout S. grade pupils at Immaculate Conception brated the Solemn High :Mass for Priests and laity." Many people in Florida had

about becoming a jungle mis of the jungle to' ask the As happy as he was, Fatherwas School sang hymns before :MidnightMass Christmas. His young choristers previously received this benefit -

sionary. From high school, he Priest to baptize them, to bless not fully satisfied. at Chrisbnas in .their Jacksonville caroled during the season for patientsin The underlying principle of on the occasion of the dioc-

entered a Franciscan seminary their marriages, to bring their parish church. Above, they are hospitals, the home for the aged the lay apostolate is exemplified esan Eucharistic Congress

Liiing in a far corner of his pictured at a choir rehearsal under and shut-ins in their homes. in the doctrine of the Mystical when the solemn Pontifical

-'- : parish were four primitive the direction of Sister M. Loretta Body of Christ.In Mass was telecast live in the

.. : ____IJh tribes, of perhaps 500 people, -' His Physical Body, He no Jacksonville area and was so

holding to their old ways, still treasure beautifully and vivid 1)" ex
walks In-
) MaSS guide Sharing our longer among us.
I
untouched by Christianity.Of plained by Father Michael V.
stead, He uses us, His mystical
Gannon.
the 83 Franciscans who members as instruments to

had died in the jungles, many SUNDAY Sunday, December within Octave 29 of Witness for Christ helps continue His work on earth.A I earnestly urge all of our

had been martyred by these most important functionof Holy Name men to take advantage -
tribes. Father Gagnon knewhe Christmas. (Mass of, Sunday, student find vocation lay apostolate work that we of these benefits and augment
Gloria, Creed, Preface of Na
could not rest until he had Holy Name men can performis their efforts in lay apostolate .

): made his own effort with these tivity.) THE cause of much hostility that of conversion of othersto uoik.

people. MONDAY, December 30 1 toward the Church is a :' the Faith.

ti4 _____ One day, with only one com Monday within Octave of widespread misunderstandingof This Fisher work can, of I sincerely thank Charles

4 panion, he traveled by boat to Christmas. ((3rd Mass, of her teachings. Catholics can P.:ther course, be best accomplished Close, program chairman of the

the remote area, and for the Christmas with Epistle and remove that misunderstandingnot successfully by personal con- Holy Name Society of Blessed

week that he was there he Gospel of 2nd Mass of Christ- only by answering ques- John A. tact and interest. It is a shockto Trinity Parish in Jacksonville

; .> realized that he was being mas, Gloria, Creed, Prefaceof tions about their religion but learn that some convert as well as his fellow membersfor
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watched every moment, that Nativity.) also by volunteering informa- O'Biienlulled tells us he joined the Churchin paying me the honor of inviting

: Behold the handmaid any moment he might be at- TUESDAY, December 31 tion about it when suitable opportunities spite of the attitude of some me to their Holy Communion -

Tuesday within Octave of arise. breakfast on Sunday,
Washington, D.C., residents, visiting the Na- tacked, perhaps killed. And Christmas. (Mass as on December Contest set for December 8th as the gue4;
jet Father himself saw no one. This is what Jesus --
tional Gallery of Art view the delicate Fra meant
may Gloria speaker. This parish society
30 Creed
Each before crawlinginto only one Church and
night, when He said' "You shall be
: Lippo Lippi painting of the Annunciation. his sleeping bag, the Preface of Nativity.) : witnesses! for me, in Jerusalemand hence I came to realize that Christmas cards inspired by its most zealous

I.' Priest fastened glittery trinkets WEDNESDAY, January 1. unity of belief must mark the pastor, Father John M. Me-
in all Judea and Samaria
Filmed in TAKKYTOWX XC The
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JapanNEW to surrounding trees, and Octave of Nativity of Our members of that Chuich Tills; Call, is an impressive one, manifesting
; St. Petersburg and even to the very ends of Catholic Fine Arts Society and
Lord. :Mass of feast Gloria unity I found only great enthusiasm and
YORK (XC-A story in the morning they were ( the ealth"rts( 1, 8)). among Barton-Cotton Inc. Baltimore
,
,
in the conduct of
sincerity
Catholics.This .
Creed Preface of
filmed by United States Mary- gone. Even this was progress: Nativity.)
publishers, are sponsoring a
.
their meeting.
The fruitfulness of witnessing
knoll missionaries in -' Kyoto, the primitive tribesmen were THURSDAY, January 2
spurred me to under. $1000 prize contest for Christmas -
MUMFORD getting used to the sight of (Mass of 1 Gloria for Christ is illustrated in .
Japan, will be featured on a January take a careful study of the card designs.
Rdrl'ratlonlr Conditioning national television him, they had taken his gifts, Preface of Nativity.) the conversion of Theodore F. Catholic
program Faith. Father Rresna Mother M. De Montfort, of St. PetersburgEnjoy
'tI Hrat rump Servlc had not harmed him. One Cunningham of Omaha, now a
Good Vftfd Appllanrfi December 29. they FRIDAY, January 3 Jesuit Priest han of the Most Holy Rosary the art faculty of lIar'mountCollege _
them at St. Mary's College

would show
928.0th St, South The program will be pre- day they (Mass' as on yesterday.)' Kansas. Father Parish in St. Louis gave me here, has said the purpose -
rhonr selves to him, he was sure, and Cunningham ,
Day 896-8187 Mte 2.314ttd sented on the "Lamp Unto My SATURDAY, January 4 relates his life in several books to read.I is "to promote better and
then he would\ become their story AUTOMATIC
Feet" program (101030: ,am.: (Mass of Saturday of Our this manner: visited the pamphlet racksIn more religious art in Christmas -

EST) on 'the C B S television :missionary. Lady, Gloria, : Preface <& various Catholic churchesand cards," thus helping to "
; The people at his mission ..My father and stepmotherS
!
;> Blessed Mary.O'jt'wSUNDAY
Vjrgin !) secured
JACKSON'SSHOES network. : pamphlets on 'Keep Christ in Chritmas'7Artists
J were doubtful. "r OU.wqn't get ,- January 5V; :::*'>'f|;.S converted to the Catholic DELIVERYPhone
subjects. interestwas
: Entitled "Six People, Ten with them they ''.Faith in 1939, but I did not live many My Andre Girard, Victoria -
anywhere ,
Holy .Name of Jesus (Mass
I' deepened talks I had
by Donohue and Robert J.
the tells how a :
Legs, story barbarians." with, them. I had attended the
schoolboycomes said. "They are of feast, Gloria, Creed, Preface with Arnett Bonner, a Cath Lee will judge entries. St. Pete 898-1111
paralyzed Japanese Baptist Church
Ladies' & Men'sClinic regularly untilI
We all barbariansonce .
were of Nativity.) : .
S olic student at Creighton UnIversity Clearwater! 446-8314
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Miller to be accepted by his ," said Father Gagnon. was 15, then I went to differ :and a zealous witnessfor Any Priest, Sister, Brother,

I classmates. "Yes, but you're wasting Protestant. : Churches., Catholic college or university
Vitality- Weyenberg _. Christ. He explained many
Cushioned Bellir Guest on the program will be your -time with. these." MdtherwelcornedEMMITSBUKG, l..-..- ,. -A: 'few times I went to' Mass' teachings of the Faith, and instructor or student is eligible.
Father James F. M.M. with
Hyatt ,
parents.
641 Central Ave. 862-1355 the "(XC)4-.They) : my soon he had me reading Father -
who helped make the. .:film for Father rejected that; But the Priest had his backto Deadline for entries is Jan- OLDEST and LARGESTIN

the Japanese Good Shepherd people had souls that must be made Mother Qeneral Suzanne the people, read prayers ina Paul Glenn's, Apologetics., uary 31, 1963. Prizes will be PINELLAS

Movement, which utilizes films saved, and he knew he must Guillemin of the Daiignters"of voice I couldn't hear and in I was impressed by the fact $500 first, $250 second, $100
HEINZENSERVICE to save them at cost, Charity of St. Vincent de.Paul third and three honorable mentions
try any:
and other modern communications a language I couldn't under- that the Church could trace her

\ H'Ef' .media. to bring religious and Keep on trying until hesucceeded' feel right at home when she stand. The result was that I origin directly back to Christ of $50 each.
took the rest made a. visitation to. the. 'provincial -
if It :
messages to a mass audiencein S got virtually nothing out of it. and by the fact that all the Winners will be notified by

9 V Japan. of his life. house and StJoseph's I attended Omaha Central Apostles, disciples and writersof February 15, 1961. Entries V m4
College, conducted by:the Sis ,
be sent to Christmas
should
High School and engaged in the New Testament were ( 'Ic.1
"I will waste my time then, terhood here. The Mother,General W'jyIU
College -
Card Contest, Marymount
: frequent religious discussionswith Catholics.The .
FREE rUKUP A DELIVERY he said. '
whose headquarters in
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/"/..'.. "'",:'..;. :- ; ,Jt' ...".,# .. fi'. ; \" :\ i ; :F' .' Attacks in Vietnam bringno

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To Holy I L an d.4. : ..-: ': '4 _" cr*,'I'f:,:;r ,"4 O:': : i Buddhist denunciationBy



g Importance of Pope's visit i ; toldHAIFA SAIGON (NO)-Father Buddhist Patrick authorities O'Connor' here have not yet

condemned the recent attacks made by Buddhist and
I'i .- .. .. .
Israel (NC- .raeli officials returned from do. Radio' and television facilities others on Catholics in cen- to condemn these offensiveacts

Pope Paul VI's Rome with technical and secur- have been installed In that r tral Vietnam. not only for the sake of
to the Holy Land ity plans for the Pope's visit to town. Thich due Nghiep, brown-
Catholics but also for the safe-
great importance this country. The officials of robed bonze of Xa Loi pagoda ,
k Jewish the special cabinet committeefor As an alternative, papers here, spokesman for the Bud ty of the country," the bonze

people, the papal visit the di- here said, the Pope might fly dhist intersect committee, told conceded.
Catholic Bishop rector general of the primeminister's from Jordanian Jerusalem to the NCWC News Service that
here. Melkite Lydda airport between Israeli But he did not concede the
office Teddy Kol- Buddhists had heard "only
Georges Hakim of lek, and police inspector gen- Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. rumors" of these attacks. He acts had taken place.>>

a press conference eral Yosef Nahmias noted Pope Paul was not expectedto had read one account of them He had been arrested August

"The Holy that the plans are still secret. enter Israel in Jerusalem be- in a Saigon Catholic weekly. 21 when Xa Loi pagoda
is of cause of the strictly religious
great Asked if Buddhist leaders bonzes
said
12
But it fo known that character' of his visit. It was raided. He
mo'ethan was,
proof that he Intended to issue a statement
3000 policemen and security believed possible. that. .such,an and bonzesses were injured
will toward either condemning the outrages, the raid but that, con-
officers will be would .be during
posted entry regarded by
Thich due Nghiep replied: "If
or the Moslems. had
to rumors, nobody
around the Jerusalem trary
where recognition
holy places some as
this was a reality, we should
The added
Bishop the Pope will go to protect him as the Israeli capital .. been killed.
papal pilgrimage to :;..". .::.. .::;: '.:;: make some announcement ad-
:4 + :<;:: being
maintain are now
and silenceas Preparations
as much
Land has Although Israel regards. the : vising all the Catholics and
possible during his prayers. a made for a big Buddhist cong-
Jewish people part of the city.under its :con : Buddhists to live together in
January -
: :. ress from December 30 to
good will manifested Meanwhile, the Israeli gov- trol as its capital, both the + : : harmony. the of unifying -
... 1 for purpose
document on ernment press office announced Holy See and the United :Nations < : ; He said the Incidents could the Buddhist sects and
with the Jews was that the government is mak- have called for its inter- k- : :. have been caused by di satis- estimated variously -
i to the ecumenical ing every effort to provide all nationalization. __ .. ;-.- .T: w.-._."_..........:.....-'_".... ..._--..- _"- : : lied elements or by the communist associations at II and, 16 in South Viet-

He also stated possible facilities for the news- Street in Nazareth Vietcong exploiting the
6 Bishop Hakim told newsmen nam.
will "create a men who are coming here to 'f T present situation to create die
f M l phere on the report the visit. that "if asked, I am convincedthat Nazareth, where Our Lord grew to state of Israel. This narrow street is vision between Catholics and

grims' access to the At his press conference, Bis- the Pope will be happy to manhood, is one of the places Pope typical of most of the places the Holy Buddhists. Beach
offer his good offices in the Daytona
of Jordan and hop Hakim expressed his grat- Paul VI will visit on his pilgrimage to Father will visit.
conflict between the Arab "We try to do our best to
1 raelis will one day the Holy Land. Nazareth is within the
itude for the government's effort "
states and Israel. The Bishop make Catholics have a mutual
able to visit the
to ensure a successful also said he was convinced that understanding with us," the
(in Jordanian ) papal pilgrimage. He also regretted the Pontiff will pray for peace bonze said. "Our recent strug-

!'p' well as other the protest issued by during his visit here. Catholic gle was aimed only at protesting
Florida
Bishop Hakim Reportsgroup
the nationalist Herut party The Bishop also said at the against the former regime,
I MOMS- against the Pope's entry into press conference: not against Catholics."
t Israel outside of Jerusalem and asked President Sha- P' This
"I have pointedout
correspondent
Daytona BeachOur by Father David Page. is chairman of the Explorers
the suggested meeting between Daytona
will Catholicshad
attacks
zar to grant a good amnes- that on
During the program, Mrs. cabinet, and Bert Hanna is the
Pope Paul and President Shneor ty to the 30 Christian convicts Lady of Lourdes been reported from eight
John Pokorny Sr., for the women secretary. These boys are from TTllillimiT
Shazar in Megiddo insteadof who are still in prison, among Some 80 members and guests provinces since mid-November.
gave Father Page a dona- Christ the King parish.
"SAM Jerusalem. He said: them a Coptic Priest who was enjoyed a festive program at tion for the new church. He said he had no firsthand

Auto Paint & "While everybody here convicted as a spy. Our Lady of Lour Woman's Mrs. Joseph Elum was in Sacred HeartAt information.This BANQUETFACILITIES
r 1 knows that this is all internal Club. Participants were the
"I have founded the Pope charge of hospitality.The the December 17 meetingof correspondent said the
Expert Body and choir of the school who
politics, the Herut motion may Paul housing fund to help Nazareth sang Home and School Association the Sacred Heart Guild, attacks were made in the name
Work. be misunderstood by the out slum dwellers, most! of hymns; Mrs. Edward New- of Our Lady of Lourdes final plans for the coming New of Buddhism.

ANY CAR side world. Arab broadcastsare whom are Moslems, obtain come, who read a story per- School held a Christmas meet- Year's Eve dance were dis- "If this is true, it is our duty

AS LOW ASS already exploiting it, claim- homes. The fund committee taining to the season; and Mrs. ing at 8 pm., Thursday, December cussed by Mrs. Robert Conley, For your next social or business
oaU ofenamel Edward Favis who detailed the
$ ing that Israel does not wanta includes the Moslem mayor of 19. The speaker of the chairman of the event. PRINTINGLetter function have your
k observance of the feast of the
(a. w xinr) papal visit. Nazareth and Arab community evening was Fred Karl, state The dance will be held in the next affair at the EMBERS.
Choice..t. At the time Bishop Hakim leaders."A Nativity in the Philippines. representative and candidatefor Friday Musicale Hall. Pri es Press and Offset

lase "Ettlmatfi 24 spoke on December 19, the second fund named for Father Brendan Donnelly governor in the forthcoming for the evening are $7.50 per Couchman Printing Co. Whatever the size of your
716 Rldffwood Ate Pope's itinerary in Israel had Pope Paul is the Hebrew Uni- expressed blessings of the sea- election. couple or $3.75 per person. A J. Mallory, Owner function from 10 to 150

I Day CL 5.5272Ight not been officially confirmed.But versity fund to help Arab students son from the parish Pl'i5ts. buffet supper will be servedat CL 2-4284 138 MagnoliaCL there is a suitable room wailing .

widely re obtain a higher educa- Port Orange JacksonvilleChrist 12:30: a.m.Following. for you.
r newspapers tion. This fund is sponsored by the meeting a film
that Pope Paul will enter the King
ported EpiphanyFather
l v (Pope Paul) himself and Abba of
5 was shown on the spirit 2-1524 DaytonaWOOD'S The service the setting the
the country on January Khoushy, Jewish mayor of Michael V. Cannon, Three Catholic youths have Christmas.St food everything you
1 from Djennin, Jordan, and be Haifa. The Pope contributedthe director of the Minion of been elected officers in the may need is handled with

to welcomed by President Shazar first money himself and Nombre De Dios, gave a talk North Florida Council of Explorers LeoCollege the utmost care.
N and cabinet member in Megid- the fund is administered by on the Scriptures at the December Boy Scouts of Amer Fuel Oil Co. Inc.

Arab members of parliamentand 19 joint meeting of the ica. They are:
7 Furniture Books Arab university graduates."On Epiphany Catholic Women's Paul Halter, chairman; Dick Robert Andrew Brown of

Greeting Cards the day of the papal visit, Club and the Holy Name So- Davis, vice-chairman; Bert Palm Beach, who presided at POWDER PUFF EMBERSImperial

LLOYD COX orphanages in Galilee are to ciety. Hanna, secretary. In the the morning session of the St.

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Holy optimism is ours .... : .: : ". who iqnore- His love CHRISTMAS Is past many, and of us in tually spiritual quit trying resources to ?developour

". are experiencing a feeling of If we have let ourselves
IT'S amazing what a flip of the cal This.Is another reason that.we .should '. t <\1/HY should anyone.be settle into
". mild depression.The a state of spiritual
Father.
endar can do to lift the spirits of be optimists. W condemned to an.:#;",.... cause of our melancholyis -c' lethargy, there is no better occasion -

God the Father takes us from the eternity of pain for a few and Leo J. than make
men. New Year's Day is for opti- > : partly physical partly now to a
cradle to the grave. He has given us hours.of. sin? Couldn't they-be;;:.fr''rFrank.::- psychological. On the physicalside new beginning. It need not be

mists. Optimism especially is part of His own life in baptism. He takes let out after they've served, .a,,':''.:: J.Sheed we are suffering from TreseIn anything great or heroic that

being a Catholic. We leave our pastIn from us the burden of our sins in con- reasonable term?" : iii.He iii. exhaustion. probably were we undertake to do. Indeed,
the confessional and we leave the There is a root misunderstanding :
fession. He sustains us in the every- short on sleep for several the ruin of many of our good
future to God. and it cannot:-be>
day battles with the Bread of Life in here ., : :: nights preceding Christmas. intentions in the past may

Even though all of us spend Holy Communion. We are assured of rooted out by a few well-for'.'. There was so much to be done have been that we made resolutions -
much time in chosen words. Settle down. : ,- that not long
searching our souls and the faith days just were which were beyondour
strength to proclaim our 'careful discussion of what: :: ; Its chains. With Christ
a : ,
coming to the conclusion that our "' : enough. By the time we got present strength.We .
the fire of .
through Cqnfirmation."He' .saves:'and. what damns. : to bed on Christmas night we grace too was born.
weaknesses are almost insurmountable : .
continues to send His :only begotten, *:"N6::oiie'is in hell because 'of. ./' wills to do God's will or were physically drained.Psychologically At the beginning of time, may determine, now,
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faith teaches us that we shouldbe Son into the world in the'pers9n of ,. this; br that sinful act or be-: f"he wills to do his own.' we are experiencing God did not complete His workof upon nothing more pretentiousthan

optimists. If we were God, we cer- His Priests to comfort, to.console, to' .cmise.'of :'all'his',sinful actS::toAether For a man to do the second a letdown from all creation. He chose to make to begin every day with

tainly would not want to become man. encourage, to heal the banished.'chil_ ;' just as' no one is in of these is quite simply to the pre-Christmas stimulation: man a partner in that work, ina prayer; with acts of faith, hope t

Yet God did become man and took dren of Eve. He becomes part of heaven because of his virtuous treat himself as his God: mak- the shopping, the Christmascard progressive unfolding of and love and an offering of

upon Himself all the burdens of man every home through the sacramentalbond 'acts, singly or in total. ing his own will (or wish or sending, the tree trim what God has begun. our day to God

and all the weaknesses of man exceptsin. of matrimony. He takes care of lie is In heaven because he appetite, or mood) the law he ming, the wrapping, the thrillof Similarly Jesus did not, in a If we have been neglectfulof J

This is why we should be op us in extreme sickness by the sacra- loves God, and his fellow.men: lives by-in a universe that he our gifts, the children's excitement sense, complete His work of redemption prayer, this will be an excellent ,

timists. ment of the sick. he is in hell because he doesn't. did not make! All this is mat- and all else that goes during His years on beginning. Or perhapswe

God has the of ter of universal experience.We to make the annual delirium earth. He chose to make eachof could receive Holy Communion
guaranteed us help All this adds up to a holy opti- What decides Is the state

necessary to do better. God has madea mism. For God has canceled out our his will, charity Is its name. can hardly have experienced which we call Christmas. tive us a partner In His redemp. more frequently.Or .
action, with the task of it be that we havea
pact with man-sealed with the failures. He holds out to us a hope Without charity, no good acts the next stage, yet Now, suddenly, it is over. progressively deepening the tongue may which needs disciplining -

blood of Christ And we know that for a new world by enabling us to \\'iII save him. there seems no impossibility life of within ourselvesand
Christmas decorations grace a tongue too much givento
God will not go back on His word. "put on the new man.". Saint Paul works this out for ,in It-and in its possibility is whisked overnight from store are of widening the influenceof criticism, to sarcism, to gossip -

us ((1 Corinthians 13)). If you hell's. counters and display windows. grace in the world. or to angry retorts. It Is

Sacred Scripture distribute all your goods to possible that we have fallen
We conceive a man growingin "White Christmas" and "Ru For us, then, Christ ma*
feed the poor, if you deliver into habits of sloth Idling
self-love, a beginning of dolph the Red-nosed Reindeer"disappear should be a beginning a new ,
I ;your body to be burnt-unless self-deification-the true God from the airwaves. beginning each away on newspapers and television -

King's in exile scannedPRAYER you have charity, you will not not necessarily denied, but dis The house is littered with debris year. long hours which couldso

r prayer be saved. regarded. We conceive self-love like a tidal beach after One factor contributing to much better be given, at

of the King in This inevitably led to the William Langland puts It. grown monstrous in him, self the sea recedes. It is a hum our post-Christmas dispiritedness least in part, to the corporaland

memorably: "Chastity without God but drum world and feel may be an obscure aware. spiritual works of mercy.
1,4 discharge of someone alreadyin not quite seen as again, we
charity shall be chained in ness that this has not been so. Whether it be in one of these
This is the title of psalm COIn the service of the temple.Our served as God, the true God vaguely dejected.
Father 7LL.1 hell. His We suspect that this Christmas areas of or another, we certainly -
resented for
the confraternity edition. psalmist would seem to omnipotence: This is the price we pay for
Saint Paul further found better than shall find weak
goes -
us no a ipotif
And if it Is In fact the king have been one of the unfor. in other words, for being God. having overlaid Christmas withso
John
J. faith won't
save you, not even last Christmas or the Christ- we probe.
who Is praying, It is at least tunate levites thus discharged.Far Suppose a man did die In ; much that is ephemeral,
the faith that moves moun mas before. There will be a much bright.
possible to identify him as Castelotform that condition, with love of self for having made Christmas an
: from his beloved temple, tains. Men do not get an eternity These after-Christmas days er tinge to these post-Christ.
David. On one occasion during swollen monstrous, God hatedin end in itself.Christmas .
he calls to Cod for reinstatement of bliss for a few hours of are a good time for some hon. mas days if we turn away from
I the troubled second half of his consequence. What could is not a conclu-
virtuous deeds, but for a love est self-questioning. Do we the Manger with at least one
reign his beloved son Absolom : God do with him? Heaven sion. It is a beginning.
of God settled and abiding. really think that we have constructive resolve In our

I rebelled against him, mustered their functionsand You will set me high upona They do not get an eternity of would be impossible, for heaven When Jesus was born He Initiated reached, spiritually, the peakof hearts-one carryover from
considerable force of priestly total contact with
a sym. rock; you will give me rest, pain for a few hours of sin, means His great act of redemp our performance? Are we Christmas which will remain
pathizers, and forced him to earn a livelihood. the God he hates.
( for you are my refuge, a but for a hate of God, settled tion. Hope dawned, and a all as good as we could be, as long after the papers are

flee from Jerusalem. In the course of time, however tower of strength against the and abiding.Can What is the alternative? To world enslaved by sin .stirred we ought to be? Have we ac- burned and the tree is down.

I However, In the second the shrines were gradually enemy ((3-4)). we spell this out for carry on his existence without \.

stanza the psalmist prays for until the God-refusing everything from
suppressed ourselves in comprehensible -
any
The reference to the rock
the king as someone apparently temple of Jerusalem becamethe way? If we could see God but existence, the one Pope Paul VIPays
be
may just a figure of divine
distinct from himself and
only) )legitimate place for the depths of our own soul it thing it is not within his powerto
protection, hut it is temptingto
so perhaps the two are not to divine worship. would be easier, for the decision refuse (indeed would self-
be identified. It has been take it as an allusion to the attention to media
sug. we are considering is not love let him refuse that?). use
mountain upon which the temple
gested that the author is a Naturally'the temple clergy I
the
surface. We follow
on our
levite who has been excluded jealously guarded their privileged was built. Of one result we can be reasonably .
Since 11. The principal moral
own experience as far as it will Following is the conclud- 8. public opinion exercises responsibility -
from exercising his ministry position, but they did al. The following verse is quite take us, and simply theorize as certain. the greatest power and for the proper use
1 in the low members of the priestly ing portion of the text of an
This
temple. suggestion in of the media of social
clear best we can about what lies The man we have been describing authority today every sphereof communication -

I has much to recommend it. class from other sections of the in between that and the ultimate has chosen self, and English translation of the life, both private and pub.lie falls on newsmen,
Oh that I
might lodge
The temple clergy was divided country to perform some of tent forever take refusal of God which makes self is insufficient. His deepest Decree on CommunicationsMedia every member of society writers, actors, designers, producers -
your refugein
I Into Priests and levites. the subordinate tasks connected hell possible. needs cannot be met from promulgated by Pope must fulfill the demands of displayers, distributor,
the shelter of your wings!
The former discharged strict with the ritual. within his own self: so thereis Paul VI on December 4, justice and charity in this area. operators and sellers, ts wellas

ly priestly functions, specif. Thus, whereas originally all The second stanza Is an expiesslon That we can choose to doGod's anguish from needs un-met, As a result, all must strive, critics and all others who
1963 at the final meeting of
ically the offering of the va- levites had, been Priests: there of thanks for the will, even though we comparable vaguely with hun through these media as well, play any part In the production -

., rious sacrifices. The latter arose a sharper and sharper granting of his request. may be aching with desire to ger for bread or thirst for wa the ecumenical council's sec to form and spread sound public and transmission of mass

served in subordinate roles of distinction between Priests go against It-that is a fact ter. What this anguish Is we ond session. opinion. presentations.It .

various kinds. and "levites." His prayer for the king sug. of experience.That I do'' not know and can but theorize is quit evident what

it had Human what it gests that he has obta'inedroyal Decree on follows' gravely Important responsibilities -
But not always been nature being we can choose to re- -frustration emptiness, Dufy
so. In the early days all the is. there was bound to be a bit support in his efforts to fuse God's will and seek our despair. they have in the present

; male members of the tribe of of scrambling for employmentin regain his position. But with own satisfaction against it Again one thing seems certain the mediaof free choice day when they are In a position i

levi were Priests. To be a the temple. Men pulled out God's help he would still that to the anguish from to lead the human race I
' that too is a fact of experience: 9. All who, of their own free
levite In this to bea wires the of be far from the temple: added the to good or to evil by informing :
sense was' sought patronage we really can grab the immediate needs un-met Is anguish social choice, make use of these me-

Priest. There were many those in power, and having obtained So will I sing the praises of pleasure and damn the at his own failure to dia of communications as read or arousing mankind. j

shrines throughout the land at it, secured the coveted your name forever, fulfilling consequences, even knowing meet them. He has made self communication ers, viewers or listeners have To safeguard :

which the levites could per- positions. my vows day by day ((9)). what the consequences are. We into God, and his god has failed special obligations. For a I

can swing towards God and him.But proper choice demands that youthThus

away from God. he clings. There is no they fully favor those presentations ,

Father Michael V. Gannon But with most men one direction question of release. His suffer- (Continued) that are outstanding for they must adjust their

Mission of Nombre De Dios tends to become moreor ing lies In his refusal of God. their moral goodness, their economic, political or artistic

I less settled: there can be deviations While he continues to refuse, Chapter I knowledge and their artisticor and technical aspects 10 as

I and even rehearsals, there Is no end to it. technical merit. never to oppose the common

cp eat chapters in but the general direction Meanwhile, what of the good.
; On the teaching
to
shows itself pretty clearly. Devil? They ought, however, For the purpose of better
of the Church avoid those that may be a
achieving this goal, they are
Poi: iOa CAtllOllC cause or occasion of spiritual
\ hlstOQY deals to be commended when they
g boxEpiphany 6. The second question harm to themselves, or that
S Question
join professional associations
with the relationship betweenthe can lead others Into danger

( Chapter 33 On the very day that Me- great men of his time, and a rights, as they are called, through base example, or that which-even under a eode, If

nendez was made captain-gen. conquistador of the first rank. of art and the norms of moral hinder desirable! presentationsand necessary, of sound moral practice -
1572, the same year thatI their members to
eral of the armada he was To him belongs the accoladeof throws glowof ity. Since the mounting con promote those that are -oblige

the Jesuits withdrew from stricken by a sudden illness, the founder of a nation. troversies in this area frequently evil. show respect for morality in
the Florida missions, Pedro the duties and tak of their
described at the time as acute take their rise from
Menendez de Aviles also left indigestion.On Not only did he explore a Christmas on unity false teachings about ethics To patronize such presentations craft.

Florida for the last time. He trackless continent, not only in most Instances, would
and esthetics the Council ,
had been called home by King September 17, 1574 he was he a pioneer for long yearsin proclaims who They ought always to be
reward those use
c do Catholicsserve poral or spiritual harm to be- that all must hold to merely
Q. What purpose mindful however that a great
the wilderness of "La Flor- ,
I Philip II to direct the organization died, honored by his king and these media only for profit.In .
the absolute of the
primacy
Advent fall another. If sincerely Intended of their reader and
ida but he in celebrating many
I of an "invincible ar people, hut exhausted! and more important, order that those who
objective moral order, that is,
it would always be a audience people,
succeeded where all others are young
?
laborsin and
mada" that the king was assembling I impo\crished from his Epiphany make use of these media may
this order itself
before him had failed in found mortal sin to wish spiritual by surpassesand who need a press and enter-
to clear the Spanish Florida. code
moral they
fulfill the ,
ing European and Christian A. As our calendar year has harm to another. With regardto fittingly coordinates all tainment that offer them decent -
and Dutch coasts of pirates. Menendez was one of the ought not neglect to inform
matters the curs- other spheres of human affairs amusement and cultural
community life in the present its special seasons spring, temporal ,
themselves in time about judg-
-th arts not excepted-even
limits of the United States. summer, autumn, and winterso ing would be venial or mortal, authorities uplift.
M. J. Murray depending on the magnitude of though they be endowed with ments passed by
the Church's liturgical
too,
The Adelantado of Florida competent In these matters.
notable dignity.
harm which is wished
the upona
had spent his entire personal year has its special sea- They ought also to follow such Consultants

Strange but true fortune in building the fort sons., They relate to certain person. Good in men Judgments according to the recommendedIn

and town of St. Augustine, the events in the life of our Lord. Generally speaking, most of norms of an upright con
For man who Is endowed by
other forts and outposts that We have finished the the phrases used in impatience, science. So that they may addition, they should ite
Copyright, 1963, NC\VC News Service just God with the gift of reason and
dotted the South Atlantic season of Advent, the four or anger, are never meant to more easily resist Improper Inducements to It that communication or
summoned to pursue a lofty
; --Ia ,I I I ..S4T4JcFIcUps coast, and the missions that weeks immediately preceding be taken literally. When you destiny is alone affected by and rather encourage DECREE, text pareattelic

s ministered to the Indians. tell somebody to "drop dead," those that are desirable,
Advent symbolizesthe
Christmas. the moral order in his entire
bRM4'401t l)4AI Typically, before his death, long centuries during or say "I hope he breaks his being. let them take care to guide

he had taken care to make ar. which the Jews awaited the neck" you don't intend these And likewise, if man resolutely and instruct their conscienceswith

rangements for missionary coming of the Messias prom phrases to be taken at their and faithfully upholdsthis suitable aids.

Priests and brothers to take ised by God. It is a time of face value, and therefore they order, he will be brought

the place of the departing prayer and penance In antici- would be venial sins. to the attainment of complete Journalistswarned

Jesuits. pation of the joyful feast of To curse God, on the other perfection and happiness.

'fl\\1V ; He succeeded in enlistingthe Christ's birthday and preparesus hand, either directly or throughHis 7. Finally, the narration, description -

.: i '' *M MCOiCVALTUttl interest of the Franciscan to open our hearts to the creatures, would be a mor- or portrayal of moral 10. Those who make use of Pabll.h.cI vrr :J'lcI'y
Ifl ) (WL WAS A WIDESPREAD IRAQmOlWAT Saviour.We the media media of communications
vJ friars in the far-off mission tal sin of blasphemy. evil, even through the FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS Jne

' ,; 34 bI RttttRALS THE fttmtA/AY WXttDWG TAiCCN T)CHURCH BV* fields' of Florida, and the first are about to enter the used of social communication, can especially the young, should P.O. Bx SSSt OAH.. |-SiS
Expressions to
-
;.L iL BCCAMT RJ8UC BWWTY. WCIF band had already left a year season of Epiphany, the six conversation punctuate indeed serve to bring about a take steps to accustom themselves 13: T.nt CtttonUI DrltOrland .
vs ls RtxJir b'4s?WitR /i or which knowledge and study of to moderation and self- *, Ii.rIds St30|
before in deeper
1373. on January
weeks beginning
fltiSCD THROUGH GOOD OX flow from habit, whilst being
humanity and, with the aid of control in their regard. Subscription in U.S.A. and Canada
., LAND 6, which commemorates the far from edifying, fall )V.O<) per year; 0 t b e countries
, t r,1c- At first, the Franciscans met manifestation of the Infant usually appropriately heightened dramatic They should, moreover, endeavor $;-oo.

..' k ciI the same obstacles in dealing Wise Men who in the category of venial sins; effects, can reveal and to deepen their under. The Florida Catholic Is a nstmbercf

with the Indians that had frustrated Child to the they may be culpable, at leastin glorify the grand dimensionsof standing of what they see, hearor the ('atbf.He Presi Association
traveled from the East to due to failure and the National Catholic Welfare
the efforts of the Jesuits. adore at the stable of Bethle- part, to correct truth and goodness. read. They should discuss Conference New 8errlc Bojner

( .---I-. t \ For several years the friers hem. It reminds Catholics of the practice.Q. Nevertheless, such presentations these matters with their teach. and. Martin Entered publisher as second representative. class mail-

sThmloNY MARY X'Ai confined their labors to St. their obligation to show forth Is it a sin to dance? ought always to be sub- ers and experts, and learn to under the Act of March 3. H7f.

: CLARE1 MO PIED ATPRADCS Al Augustine and Santa Elena, ject to moral restraint, lest pass sound judgments on
Christ holy life. They are
,. by a
iri ISa and during these first years A. That depends on how, they work to the harm rather them.
work that all
to pray and men
they never numbered more where and with whom of souls Parents should rememberthat
you than the benefit par-
: may come to know and love Father ''lartM' p:. !SmltHKxecuthe ,
: ....... than four or five. Christ and that there may be dance. Dancing is, in itself, an ticularly when there is question they have a most serloift Editor

FAMOIJPfETA' Not until 1595 did the Fran- "one fold and one shepherd.",, innocent recreation. It Is sinful of treating matters which duty to guard carefully lest Ilililors: Mlts J... QulsiJortli
I IS THCIL'f ciscans decide to make shows publications anti other \"ra. A. 11.11,11'
.ac a large deserve reverent handling or ,
if immoral or when the .
) only A Itail'r '
\\ WHICH THC Qw4TAg17sTIgWMtS scale, concerted effort to con. which, given the baneful effect things of this'ort, which maybe Ad\t'rthunJ Manager
V MCiiI I)$ SIGNED HIS QWhat kind of a sin is dancing make their
oLUDONARtC._ NAMe CAHBCrOUNO OV THE \ert the Indians in the interior. .persons of original sin in men, could morally harmful, enter their

\R1&oN OF STO/IIE bi+ O4 WSSErlAD'fS (Next week: curbing? posture, attitudes or action an quite readily arouse base desires homes or affect their children
December 27
qEAsr. Friday, ,
I i 1393:;!); -Year of Decision) .t A. Cursing is wishing,tem. .. 'occasion of sin. in them. under other circumstances.. 1963't
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effort In a common work to all those! that are suitable for 5 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dec. 27, 1963

Decree make effective use of the me- families. 4i..
;
on A q
dia of social communication in Catholic programs should be i i: h ___ ,

I the mediaI various apostolic endeavors, as' promoted, In which listenersand Vatican paper supports

circumstances and conditions viewers can be brought to
I
demand. They should anticipate share in the life of the Church

i socialcommunica harmful developments, especIally and learn religious truths. An present Italian leader

\ in regions where more effort should also be made,

,I : urgent efforts to advance morality where It may be necessary, to ROME (NC) Vatican City's daily newspaper has

I and religion are needed. set up Catholic stations. .. i7L ,- thrown its weight behind Italian Premier Aldo :Moro's

I tionContinued Pastors should hasten, there- +.' _ _ _ coalition with the socialists in the face of mounting oppo

fore, to fulfill their duty in Stage artsIn '. ______ sition within Mora's own Christian democratic party.In .

this respect, one which is intimately -
\ ( from Pare t) linked with their ordinary such Instances, however, two editorials L'Osserva- itself: either to be united or to

presentations concerning religIous preaching responsibility. care must be taken that their tore Romano urged Catholics be defeated."

matters are entrusted to< programs are outstanding for to rally round Moro's Catholic- The editorial finally recalledthe
.
worthy and experienced hands: their standards of excellenceand 1Jii.k Powerful appeal for unity among
Lay witnessseen inspired party. party
J and are carried out with achievement.In : $ Catholics which was issued: by
( members led former
by -
premiers
_
i fitting reverence. needThe addition, there should be the Italian hierarchy on the
Mario Scelba and Giu-
an effort to see that the noble eve of last spring's national
12. The public authority, In Pella had threatened to
seppe
laity too who have
and ancient art of the drama, elections.
these matters, Is bound by: withhold their support fromIoro's
something to do with the use which now is diffused everywhere
special responsibilities in view center-left governmentin
of the common good, to which of these media, should endeavor by the media of social the parliamentary vote of Priesteditorgets
communication the cultural -
serves
to bear witness
these media are ordered. The to confidence required for every
Fame authority has, in virtueof Christ, first of all by carryingout and moral betterment of new government. Scelba and

its office, the duty of pro- their individual duties or audiences. company object to any collab-- parish
15. To provide for the needs
office expertly and with
tecting and safeguarding true an oration with Pietro Nenni's ,

and just freedom of Information apostolic spirit, and, further, just set forth, Priests, religiousand __......-. ._: ..._nnwn _un __nn.__ _---..:.... .': Socialists because of their
a freedom that is totally by being of direct help In the laymen who are equippedwith Marxism and neutralism. papal honor

necessary for the welfare of pastoral activity of the Churchto the proper skills for in National The first editorial on December -
adapting these media to the Masterpiece GalleryThe
the best of their
ablllty-
contemporary society, espe 13 spoke in veiled terms of
I SPRINGFIELD, Massachusetts
objectives of the apostolate
daily when it Is a question of through their technical, economic be National Gallery of Art in executed "Flight into Egypt" by Gi. unity among Catholics with. (XC) Monsignor JosephC.
should appointed promptly. -
freedom of the press.It talents., cultural and artistic Importantly, laymen oughtto Washington, D.C., boasts this finely ovanni Bellini out crisis.It referring. to the political Fenton, editor of the month.

ought also to encourage be afforded technical, doctrinal ly "American Ecclesiastical Re-
t spiritual values, culture and 14. First, a good press shouldbe and moral training. For which are encountered by the Moreover, the Fathers of the national boundaries and has only said that "any breach view" at the Catholic University -

: the fine arts and guarantee the< fostered. To Instill a fully this purpose, the number of very nature of these media. Council, freely acceding to the an Impact on individual memo In the unity of Catholics in any of America, Washington,
Christian spirit Into readers, a Therefore this wish of the "Secretariat bers of the whole human fame
for
rights of those who wish toI < schools faculties and institutes Sacred Synod field means joy for the enemies D. C., has been named pastor
I use the media. truly Catholic press should be should be increased, where advises them of the obligation the Supervision of Publications ily, national offices should cooperate of the Faith." of St. Patrick's parish, Chicopee -

set up and encouraged.Such newsmen, writers for screen, they have to maintain and as- and Entertainment," reverently among themselves on Falls, Massachusetts. Pope

Moreover, public authorityhas a press whether Immediately radio and television and all sist Catholic newspapers, periodicals request that the Sovereign an international plane. The But the very day that edition Paul VI has named him a

the duty of helping those fostered and directed other Interested parties can and film projects, radio Pontiff extend the duties and offices spoken of in Number appeared on December 12, prothonotary apostolic.His .

projects which, though they: by ecclesiastical authorities obtain a sound training thatis and television programs and competence of this office to Include 21 should assiduously work to- the breach within the Chris- new assignment and his

are certainly most beneficial or by Catholic laymen ould imbued with the Christian stations, whose principal objective all media of social communication gether with their own Inter- tian democratic party became papal: honor were announcedlast

I for young people, cannot otherwise be edited with the clear purpose spirit, especially with respectto is to spread and defend including the national Catholic associations. public knowledge.Two week by Bishop Christopher

be undertaken. of forming, supportingand the social teaching of the the truth and foster press, and that experts from These Catholic international days later L'Osservatore J. Weldon of Springfield.

advancing public opinionIn Church. Christian Influence in human various countries be named to associations are legitimately! spoke forthrightly about the Monsignor Fenton holds

accord with natural law society.At It, Including laymen. approved by the Holy See alone threat to split the Christian numerous theological honors.He .

Vigilance asked and Catholic teaching and pre- Finally, care must be takento the same time, the Synod and depend on it.Appendices. Democratic party and the Unconcealed was a member of t he

smut cepts.It prepare literary, film, radio,, earnestly invites those organ- Laity tohelp satisfaction of some theological commission for the

fr against should disseminate andproperly television and ..other.. critics, izations and individuals who Italian newspapers at this revolt preparation of the Second Vatican

I Lastly, the same public an. who will be equipped with the possess financial and technical Bishops in the party's leadership.The Council.He .
explain concerning
thority, which legitimately concerns news best skills In their own crafts ability to support these media 23. So that the general prin- paper also declared: attended both sessions of
the life of the Church.
Itself with the health 01; and trained and encouraged to freely and generously with 20. It will be the task of the ciples and norms of this Sacred the council.He .

j the citizenry, Is obliged I, Moreover, the faithful ought render Judgments which always their resources and their skills, Bishops, however, to watch Synod with respect to the "In Italy there Is but one of has served as consultorof

through the promulgation and l to be advised of the necessity put moral i issues In their inasmuch as they contribute to over such works and under media of social communications alternative for the party the sacred congregation of

<; careful enforcement of laws,,, both to spread and read the proper light. genuine culture and the apo)- takings in their own dioceses, may be put into effect, Catholics and for democracy seminaries and universities.DUKESSTEEN.

tolate. to promote them and, as far as by the will of the
I to exercise a fitting and care Catholic press to formulate express ,%44444444444""
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KYLE-McLELLAN ANNA MARIA ISLAND GULFORTholy :MACCLEXMSL SAX ANTONIO Arlington Iflemonal :k t Jnc.t
FUNERAL DIRECTORS St Bernard I. t:15, 10:20 Name g, 9:30. 11 Mary 11 It. Anthony 7:10. I:II11'I'OaO I ape .
APOPKAHlfh HAINES CITY MAITLANDst. AMBULANCE SERVICE
School Auditorium I Transfiguration I:Ie Mary Mardalen Ml Soul <:15, IJO, 10, 11:1
17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLE HAKCRSV1LLB HAWTHORNE 7. I:n, 10, 11 Nlnl Air Station 10:10, 1:t ST. PETERSBURG 4825.9th Ave. So. Ph. :315-0123
EL 3-3966 Continuous Service Since 1856 Good Counsel IJCBARTOIT St Philip Xerf 10:30 MASARTKT01VA- SARASOTA CLKARWATKR-LARGO ASh GULP BEAChES
p St. Mary 7, 9, 10:30:: Incarnation 6:30, I. 1:10. !11 l 11590-Alt. 10 Ph. 391- IH 581-7011
St. Thomas S:30, 10:10 HIGH SPRINGS UATPORT Queen of Martyrs
BAT PINES St Madeleine Sophie Barat I St. John .:30 7:10, t, 11:ll, ii:11; .
I (See SEMINOLE AREA) INDIAN BOCKS BEACH HELBOUBXB St Martha
TA Center 6:15, 1:41 St Jerome I, 10, 11:30 Lady of Lourdes 8, 9, 10, 11 1:15, I, I, ie, 11:15, 12:11,
I HELLEVIEVT INTERLACI1EN MOXTICELLO School mi, 10:11:
ffount CoiFUNERAL SL Theresa ) Mission 9 St. Margaret 0EMINOLK AREA JOHN S. RHODES JR.
BRADEXTOV INVERNESS 1st. 3rd. 5th Sundays 11 Blessed Sacrament ,
/ St. Joseph C, g, 10, 11, 12 Lady of Fatima 1:30. 11:15J.CKSOS"ILLE 2nd, 4th Sundays 7 I, 9:15, 10:15, lli(
\ DIRECTORS ICth Av. Chapel 7, 9 NEW PORT RECItE SIESTA RET : FUNERAL DIRECTOR
BRANDON Queen of Peace 7:30, 9, 10:11 St :Michael t. 10:1
TAMPA 237-3336 Assumption 7, J::JO, 10, 11, 12 BMYBSA BEACH
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949-42U Xttlritr 7:4.; '. W:15 11:13 ITAXII 1721 Gulf.To-Say} CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055
BROOKSY1LLE Blessed Trinity 7. t, 11 Sacred Heart *:30, *, '::0, 11 8t Edward t:11 t
St. Anthony 7, 10, 12 Christ the King OCALA ST. PETERSBURG!
RUN SELL 7, 8:30. 10, 11:15, 12:30 Blessed Trinity 7. 9:30 11:31 Ble..sd Trinity 1. 9:0. 11, 12:1;
St. Stephen 10:30 Crucifixion I:30 ORANGE PARK Holy Family I, JJO. 11. 12:1
GRIFFITH-CLINE FUNERAL HOME BfSlINF.LL Holy Rosary 6. 8. '::0. 11:30 St. Mary 1 Immaculate Conception I Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc.
St. Lawrence $:30 Immaculate Conception ORLANDO St. John 7, S:30, 10. 11:JO, 12:3t
AMBULANCE SERVICE CALL.\U A SOur 6:30. 8:30. 10. 13:10 .Good Shepherd St. Joseph 7. I. J:10. 1 11
Lady of Consolation ':30 Most Holy Redeemer 7. g, 9:11 10:30 12 St. Jude 7, !:1S, >::o, 11, 12:IC AMBULANCE SERVICE
BRADENTON-720 Manatee Ave. West CAMP SAN I'EUKO Normandy School I, 10 St. Andrew St. Mary C:15. I. 9, 10. 11. Ii t
Howell Rd. I Our Lady of Angels I. 7. 9. 11 6:30, I, t:30, 11, 12:11 St. Paul : The Finest Service Available Regardless of Your Means
ANNA MARIA ISLAND- 6000 Marina Drive Paxon High 9:20
CAN0VA BEAC'II St. Charles 1:30,1:30. 9. 10:30: 11:41
r Holy Name I, 10, 11:15 Resurrection 7:45. 10:30, 12 6:30. 7:30. 1:30. 9:30, 11, 12 St Raphael 1, 1:30.: 10. 11:31(I
UJIULVOTASporurnana Sacred Heart t. 10, 11:15 St James S, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Transfiguration : T. R. Downs, President D. W. Ford, l.F.D.
Club 1:30 St. Matthew St. John Vianney 7::o. 9. 10:15, 11:21 I
BRETT FUNERAL HOME ri.tiAKWATCR: 7. 8:30, 9:30. 10:30. 11:30 7. 8, 3. 10. 11:15. 1%:10 TALLAHASSEE I CM5 9th Avenue No., St. Petersburg Phone 862-3609
St C eha C. 7. 8. SJ30. 11, 12:1E St. Patrick 5, 8. 10:30 McCoy Air Base I. 10. 12:30 Blessed Sacrament
345-0101 AMBULANCE SERVICE CLCRMONT St Paul 7, 830, 10, 11, 12 Orlando Air Base T. 9. 16:U. 11:1 a
/., Blessed Sacrament I. 11:30 St. Pius 7. '. 11 7CO 9:45, 15:30ORMOXD Student Center 10, 11:11 4 I
roroA DEATH San Jose 1. ,::u. 12 REACH St Eugene 11::0 I
B IIJ! IiJ! Our Saviour 7:30. 1:41. 11 JACKSONVILLE BEACH St. Brendan 7:30. '. 10:30, 12 T1MPABlessed : Haigb-Black Funeral Home
I h CONWAISchool St. Paul 7, 8-30. 10. 11:30 PALATKA Sacrament 1:20 11:1,
Jm Auditorium S:1S KEYSTONE HEIGHTS St. Monica 7. 10t4J Christ the King
I; CRESCENT CITY St. William IKISSIII3IEE PALM BAT ,. 7:U. '. 10:15. 11:30. 1=:U
St. John I St Joseph g, 19 Church of Incarnation a, 10. 11:11
St. rrtrrcborir CROSS CITY PALMETTO Epiphany I:.0. I, 10. 11:2,
4S1 o C.ntratUftU -
Holy Redeemer 'i :30. 9:30. 11 : uTlurriIIIE
I, 9:30 .
WlUUm T. Tavrvjr Thomas J. Rrett Air Force Bane 10 Holy CTOM Good Shepherd U
*tt.Uc Owned and Operated CRYSTAL RMER KORONASt PERRY Holy Name t, It I
St. Benedict 7. '::0 Mary g30 Immaculate Conception S Most Holy Redeemer II
DADE CITY LAKE CITY PIN ELLAS PARK 7, a::0, 10. 11:15. 12:21 I
niiiHiiiiiiiDiuiiiiiiiiiniiiuiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiHiiii iiQiiiiiiiiiniaiiiiiiiniiiniuii: St. Rita 7. ,. 11 Epiphany 7. 10 Sacred Heart Chapel t I .
] Ridge Manor 7:30DAYTOXA LAKELAND '. I. 9:30 11, IS Perpetual Help 7. t, I, 10. 11
St. Families For 40 Years |
Serving Petersburg REACH PLANT CITY Sacred Hun
= St. Joser-h 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12
Our Lady of Lourdta Resurrection &:;(. 10:30. 11::0 .St. Clement I, 10 i, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11:n, 12:14 I JOHN B. GORMLEY
1 S. RHODES Inc. Funeral Directors ':SO.I. 1:15.10:15.11:15.1U PORT ORANGE St. Joseph 7. 8. 9. 10 tl i, 11 tt
JOHN LAKE MARTNativity LICENSED
St. Paul 7. S. 3. 10. 11. 12 Epiphany 8. 10. 11:39 St. Lawrence 7. 8. 9. 10. 11:1 FUNERAL DIRECTOR
I OE BART I. 10. 12 PORT TAMPASt W. imisborougb 9:3:
103 BEACH-CL 2-4771
I Broadway-DAYTONA
| AMBULANCE SERVICE St Ann ':U LIKE WALES Ignatius I St. Patrick 1:1i. 8:30. 10. 11:1
5a D EtA ND Holy Spirit 7. 9. 11:30 UL'INCT St. Peter CLuer 7. :2 I
St p.ter 1:30. I. 10 LANARK St. Thome SRUCKLEIIG TARPON SPRINGS
DUN r.ms Sacred Heart I r St Ignatius S, 10, 11:2 I .IOIs
Our Lady ot Lourdea St Mary 1:so. 9. 11:30 TEMPLE TERRACE
5a 7, 1:0, 10, 11:30 LAND 0' LAKES RUSKIN Corpus ChristI 7.. 9. 1T1TL8VILLE l
Lady of Rosary I. 10 St. Ana 1. 10t30
EAU GALLIC :!
9
AscensIon g. 10. 11:11 LA BOO STARKESt St. Teresa 1::0. 9. 11:2t : :!:
EI.KTOX St. Patrick 7:30. ,. 10:30. 12 Edward '::0 UNION PARK
8t Ambrose T. 10:30 (See SEMINOLE AllttA! ) ST. AlT.ll.VnNE
Dean Rd. School 1.1TtSIr.E
t: GI.EfOODSt. Cathedral I. 7o 9:30. 11:30
L.t: : lIlJRO : JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL
lUphltl. I St. Paul 7SO, 5,10:Jft. lit ILIVE St Aries I
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ELSTtf Sc. Benedict .:20, > Ept- h&ny T :<>. 9. 10:8
I OAK ST. CLOUD! WINTER OAR1ICX
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St. Mary
St. Frauds Xavier g30 HOME
a rKNMANDINA' BK4TH St. Thomas 9:30. 11 City Auditorium 11 I
St. ULhael' 7:30.11:30UAIN'EftVILI.E LOKETTO *?. JOSEPh WINTER HATEXSt '
-.. D St. Joseph 1. 10 Sacred Heart 1:30. ':10 Joseph 7:SO. 1VISTER L
St. Patrick .. 1:3ft. 3. 10:30. 12 MADISON AT. LEO: \ PARE 311 MAIN ST. GAINESVILLE
rRhodes East Chapel, 4th St. & 7th Ave. North 862-5155] Catholic Student Outer St Vincent Abbey Church 1:0. '::0 St. Margaret Mary HAROLD A. JOHNSON AMBULANCE SERVICE
= ,:Sft. 11 let. 3rd, 5th Sundays 7 fi4ffrTY HARHOK I. 7, 3. 9. 10:15. 11:1S. 15:1!!I
f Also New Rhodes West Chapel, 900 49th St. No. 347-4123:: GREEN: rOVE SPKINUS Indo 4th Sunday 11 ..!:spirit!! Santo ZErIIYIIIIIII.s R. F. D. FR 65361lit I
Sacred Heart 10:U PubUc SUuttl AutL I 1&. JOfCph .. 11!I
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Teachers .. .. 8 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dec. 27, 1963
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I Example fosters true learningBy 1 f:1i Scholar advises caution




Joseph P. McGonagle- constantly checked, reworked, become the automatic-switchfor t on common Bible use ideaST.

I and obliterated. turning on or off our display -
the early Christian Church Ii

IN We inu.st not hinder children of good example. That LOUIS (NC-A nationally known Biblical scholar
presbyter was one who .';..".. _
exercised teaching and per in their desire to be touched by would indicate a pseudocharitable .". '-"''! .", had a cool reception here for news that English Bible

formed priestly functions. In Christ, neither by word, deed, nature, and we have > v-"kI' scholars may have succeeded in adapting the Protestant

his first epistle, Peter urged intimation, or omission. stated that you cannot easily -L revised standard version of the Bible into a common book

the presbyters to tend the flock By our example we must deceive children in this regard. I ?/ for Catholics and Prot- James In
order
of God and to become from Christ r estants. to win over
lead our children to Then we must work at this those who preferred the class.
that
the heart a pattern to Father Bruce Vawter
CM
his disciples
exhorted
even as He in i ,
of ical
flock.In pattern every area our English work.
.
rebuked them professor at Kenrick Major
the Church today Catholic -nay, He day to day activities. We must Father Vawter said he Is familiar -
Seminary and author of
for shooing the children away. d many
scrutinize this
and
pattern, with the English effortsto
fulfilling -
]laymen and women are Saint works on Scriptures, said he
The according to L
Gospel take care each day that our adapt and the RSV
get
the role of presbyter under approved -
Mark states that Christ became feared the tendency toward a
the direction and authorityof thoughts, and, actions our for Catholic use. He in.
indignant because the disciples, hearts, are those of : presby-:' \AUNsL: "common Bible" might have dicated that their
the Bishops, successors to a >, P r harmful effects work to get
that they were doing :r on future scriptural -
thinking ( whos mission in assisting f
er
Peter. Thus, we must assume !/ such approval is not based so
the right thing, were not allowing scholarship.
the in ,Catholi v
the responsibility of the exhortation religious our : x much on ecumenical reasons as
Ji
of that Prince of the the little ones Ito come. schools :becomes intricately: ii- 4 Admitting that a common it is on convenience.

to Our Divine Lord Bible might have
in the fabric of fraternal advantages,
Apostles to become a pattern woven English Catholic scholars do
Then essentially we come to especially in the ecumenical
worthy of imitation by the charity. not have as good a translationto
the that the Christ movement, h nevertheless
point same e
children whom we teach. This fraternal charity must t work with as the U.S. Confraternity
who so earnestly desired that was worried that such a book
be reflected in our associationwith editions, Father
The pattern of >\Iii<-h I his disciples bring to Him the might lead people to considerthe
each other. We must recognize ,' _. ,... Vawter said, so they "became
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speak is that of our daily example little ones, would certainly be- ---- work "definite" and thus
and respect the dignityof dependent on Protestant scholarship" -
in and out of the class! come indignant with us if by inhibit future scholarship and
every man, and be willingin Brothers earn 'ad altare Dei'Father already done on the
room. As teachers in Catholic negligence in the spiritual orderwe new translations.
a spirit of Christ-like humility RSV.
schools hate a diiinc man failed to bring our childrento William J. the Fernandina Beach
ue to learn from each other. Holmes, pastor, group in St. Michael "This Is what happened to

date: Him. has just awarded "Ad Altare Dei" parish, has been a first class the King James version," the

Our Lord perhaps permittedthe AS teachers In Catholic medals to brothers in the scout scout since 1960. Vincentian scholar
"Let the little children come parish Frank, 15, is a star continued, 15th 16th Century

unto Me, and do not hinder occurrence of which we schools we must strive to attain troop 213, John, left, and Frank Har- scout and junior leader. The Holy "King James has always been ,

them ." As Christ embracedthe have spoken as a symbol of nothing short of sanctity, rison. John, 17, senior patrol leader of Name Society sponsors this troop. harmful to scholarship becausethe letters given to
His yearning for the souls of ebe how shall we be able to people became wedded to
blessed them
children and ,
children.But produce from our patterns, imitations it and resisted any attempts to Cardinal Cushing
so must we embrace them with the symbol becomes an of our own minds and New films Book fair It."
and bless them availablefor change
knowledge
.
our
awful fact in our lives; the hearts in a true search for program the BibleIn BOSTON (XQ-Richard) Car-
Work on common
for could
by our example, we Reviewed recently and rlaulfi dinal of
children are a symbol no God? Cushing, Archbishop
1.m3time Legion of Decency.Morally England was disclosed recently -
not give to them an inheritance
longer, for we actually touch Catholic schools Boston, has a collection of rare
the sessions of
high during
of short. We
than is
knowledge
greater Our sojourn Unobjectionablefor
upon the heartstrings of these documents bearing the signatures -
truth, and a living example by teach cannot hope to learn or to General Patronage the general assembly of the of
Popes
little ones whom we through many
which they learn to lend teach all that there is to be UOCKVILLE CENTRE Long Island A. National Council of Churches
may THOMA8IX& new, highly
and we become their symbolof {Byg lla Vi5t } (tnt fit .
thefc t all that is desirable in the Morally Unobjectionable FOP very way conducting an of the Yale It was given recently to him
Luther
in Christ.It sight of God. And we then wherein lies the greater value Adults and AdolescentsLADYBUG inexpensive book fair has been offered to all Catholic high A.School Weigle made the by Father John Lynch in behalf

is not too much to say fulfilling Peter's admonitionto and in learning it ourselves we LADYBUG schools in the country by the sponsors of the very success- Divinity an of his brother, Dr. J.

that our example should be become a pattern from the cannot help but pass it on to (U.A.) ful national Catholic high school summer reading....: .Drofirram.. .... nouncement.(However, In London, no Harry Lynch, trustee of the
saintly for as moulders of children because it be-
our Known the
heart? Morally UnobjectionableFor as national Catholic Catholics Newman Preparatory Schoolof
confirmation
human minds hearts, and souls The heart suggests to us comes a part of us, just as we Adults high school paperbackbook home, go over the list with official by it Boston. Dr. Lynch is head.
made
we cannot hope to be a pat- love. Love, or charity, is the become a part of them. .\:\ ..\, AMKUICA: fair, it is the first national his parents, reflectively check learned was that, although discussionshad master and founder of the

tern worthy of copy unless we bond of perfection. No matter Peter goes on in that same (Warn.) effort of this type to off the books he wants! then was for school.
been underway some
seek perfection of design within how eloquent we may be, first epistle: "And when the MAIL OKDKIt BI'.IDK be organized under the guid- turn it in to the one assignedin time by Catholic Bishops on There are SO letters and man


ourselves. ((4- if I should speak with Prince of shepherds appears, (MGM) ance and direction of Catholic his school. This way, every whether imprimatur shouldbe uscripts, all in Latin, in the

When a tailor sets out to the tongues of men and of an- you will receive the unfadingcrown MOVK OVKIl: educators and librarians, in student has ample time to an collection.
ftARMXGFox granted such a work.)
make a dress or a suit he first of Pet. 5 order insure think about each individualtitle Cardinal said the
gels ) without charity by glory. (1 1.11)APPEALS ) ) to a selection of Cushing
studies the pattern He realizes the daily example of our lives titles suitable to our Catholic to get advice from his AH: to the revised" standard documents, to be known as the

that if there is a flaw in the our eloquence avails us noth youth and in accord with the parents and teachers and makea Itself, }"athei''Yawt'r called it papal collection will be exhibited -

design It must be corrected or ing. Washington letter purposes and curricula of our proper selection. The school good, but he thought that the at a seminary.

he cannot hope to manufacturea Catholic high schools. then returns its master requisition American-produced Confraternity Most of the documents are

flawless garment. And if he Children are perceptive.Whereas for all the needs of all Doctrine work
The program includes booksIn of Christian 15th-and 16th-century form letter -
does present a garment withan vise men may befooled Moral obligation definedin its students to national head- .
imperfection, the buyer will lour A'ast di"'l'lar of every field from all pub- was better in manjrespects. ? dealing with dispensations i :;

Ushers, with a tine array of quarters, and the books are of marriage, land grants and
return to accuse him becauseof Knoulcd e. children pcrcche The editors of RSV, he said,
speedily delivered nationwide
Catholic titles as well each by a other Church business.
his lack of care in producingthat the sincerity (01' lack of it) safe driving warning book being marked for the fleet of trucks to the were hampered by their attempts

for which he had been therein. school. to retain much of King
suggested grade level as a

hired. The classroom door does not are being made These: figures have been guide for students and teacher The national committee under -

How much more so must we of the United cited on occasion to !'ihOthat whose supervision this Sympathy ORLANDOHerman

tailors of young minds and States to make the holidayssafe. niowt lii\er, most of the time, A novel feature of this new program is organized, and who given

hearts take care to insure that Coming are doing; a fine job of avoiding book fair, which avoids the selected the titles offered in BUDAPEST (XC) Bishop

the flaws in our patterns are ; serious accidents. .common procedural difficulties this paperback book fair is
Kalman of has J. Heidrich
The Catholic Bishop! of the Papp Gyoer re-
of other book fairs andlroviIes made up of the following memo
events U.S, individually and collec-" But it is easy to Imagine bers ceived an expression of sympathy & Sons
ST. AUGUSTINESALES a flexibility which :
tiu'I)', hate made some of the what would happen if, in addi- from Pope Paul VI in Growers and ShlpP.,1or
ThU column li..t. future }>rnrfiti. enables the school to adapt the Monsignor Frederick G.
most compelling calls for caution. tion to the reckless these careful
,. Fancy Fruit and VegetablesDAK7E
mierlal meeting and eienUof program to any set of circum- Hochwalt, executive secretary, regard to the coal mine disaster
more than Iwul IlItf'rf'IIt.d- drivers were to relax their BRAND PRODUCTS
vance hotlf'1I of regular meetingsBill stances-to conduct the fair National Catholic Education in Tatabanya in which
vigilance to extent.
and SERVICE be omitted. More than once they have any at different times for different Association; Monsignor EugeneJ. 26 miners lost their lives.

New Year's dance, December pointed out that there is a As a matter of fact, traffic groups or classes if it so de Molloy, superintendent of BARNES
ChevroletBuickFort deaths were up in October over schools diocese of The was sent in behalf -
31, Sacred Heart par- moral obligation involved in sires-is the way it brings the Brooklyn; message

ish, Jacksonville Friday safeguarding one"s' own life the same month in 1962, and book fair into the hands of Brother Franklin Cullen C.S.C., of the Pope by the papal DRAPERY AND

Marion Musicale hall; serving; buffetat and wellbeing, and the lives the 4000 deaths were the third every student. teacher, librarian, St. Francis secretary of state, Amleto Car FLOOR COVERING, Inc.

and wellbeing of others. highest monthly toll ever re High School, Mountain View, dinal Cicognani. Included wasa FREE ESTIMATES

Chevrolet Co. midnight. corded. Instead: of having the UMial, California Sister Dorothea of to aid the fam- X. Orlando
Bake sale, St. Peter parish There are many reasons why ; M. sum money 2008 Orange Ave
Traffic deaths totaled 35,170 often haphazard, display of S.S.N.D. librarian ilies of the deceased miners. GArden 54187
123 San Marco A\'e. hall, January 5, DeLand. safety warnings are issued at book Universityof
for the indents to view
Women's of recollection this time. Such warnings always !- for the first 10 months of 1963, Dallas; Richard J. Hurley,
St. Augustine day briefly, each individual student The Tatabanya mine, one ofHungaf"s
Good Shepherd Church, seem timely, but this is and were up 5 per cent over supervisor of secondary school
VA 9-2212 i supplied with colorful largest is located Complete Pest Control
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; 1962. A total of 1.3 million > a
the longest holiday period of per. libraries, Fairfax County, Virginia -
Orlando, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., January in the diocese
illustrated! and annotated Gyoer
11.Dessert. the year; accidents are frequent sons suffered disabling in. ; Dr. Francis X. Connolly, LEWIS COBBffiERMNAiNr

card part, St. Ann. inside the home as well juries in the same period. brochure that tells him about author, editor, professor of ) ) & CD.Incorporated .
each of the selected
JACKSONVILLECJtKKCOAL' Guild DeBary, January 36. as outdoors; the weather can Travel increased 4 per cent carefully English literature, For ham 194S
and the death rate 100 books in the program. 130 Wilfred Dr.-P.O. Box: 214S
Ham dinner, Ascension be at its worst; intemperanceis per University. Orlando 241.340

Catholic Women's Guild more likely than usual. million miles traveled rose to He can take the brochure
Free kits which completely ,
sponsor, January 18, Eau Even under the best circumstances 5.3 per cent from 5.2 per cent explain this program and givesaitiples

Gallic. the possibility of accidents in 1962.
WHEN YOU XEED .
of the materials used,
Card party, entertainment, is enormous. It has been It is not a problem that affects Priest named to including the colorful brochures Calendar Printing

ROOM January 20 8 p.m., Army said that the possible numberof this country alone. Pope Labels Plaques
for the students! ifFAIRVIEW
Reserve Center, West 44th conflicts in traffic is "as- John XXIII referred to it in NC hospital post obtained. maybe Postcards Trophies! Flags Radges

Street, Jacksonville; Holy tronomical." It has been estimated one of the earliest discoursesin Decals Gimmicks
WAS IIINC.TOX (XC) Father
-
Rosary benefit. by one authority that his pontificate, and c a me Write to National Catholic Book Matches Bumper StripeCall
Harrold A. assis-
Murray
,
3ttOU.JD Luncheon, January 25, Villa there are 80 million vehicles hack to the subject shortly be- High School Paperback Book Pefer Schaal's
tant director of hospitals in
STEAKS Nova Restaurant, Winter driven 800 million miles by 93; fore he died. He said in part: Fair, 9 North Village Avenue, ORLANDO ADVERTISING
the Newark archdiocese, has
root ot Beater. St. Viaduct Park, St. :Margaret: Mary million drivers.Accept "There are before us in fact been named executive directorof Rockville Centre, 1..1..1.. Cleaners & Laundry COMPANY
EL '131
Women's Guild, sponsor. Impressive statistics of the the bureau of health and These free kits are available to FeaturingDependable SOS South MarnoIU

RedsLA deaths and injuries due to road National Catholic high schools only. All Fabric Care Thorn GA 4-7313, OrUnd
Catholic
hospitals,
accidents which almost requests must he made on 3Ir. .r;. A. 3IeC rthr .
equalin Conference. Too >aml It W Frodoc It

I 'EASTIRJW: G PHARMACYKKLIAHLK PAZ (XC)-It is hard to numbers the disasters of Welfare school stationery, and the title 4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando
B.
Joseph
Auxiliary Bishop
: estimate how much real communism past wars." of the one making the request
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Brunini of Natchez-Jackson
PRESCRIPTION SERVICE there is in Bolivia's Back in 1937;:) the U.S. Bishops given. Interested parish organ
adviserto
Drug Cosmetic Clear and Camera Departments Mississippi, episcopal
Red-dominated Catavi tin mining izations may write in for par
Tree Pickup and Deliterr Luncheon and Soda Bar called upon fellow Americans the NCWC Bureau
announced
lOst Blandlnr Blvd. Kr 8-0734. S-0735 center Archbishop Abel "to join in a crusade to ticulars as to how this pro- WOTKfNl
here that Father Iur.ray's
131 Jammet Kd. 771-690J Antezana of La Paz said on his gram can be adapted as a par-
D. Q. EASTERLIXG, OwaerMaaaccrDEIHL keep our highways safe. services had been made
return from that area. ish activity for adults.

The Archbishop had gone They urged "with the utmost available by ArchbishopThomas PAINT WAll PAPERORlANDO

there to act as mediator in the seriousness" that every driver A. Boland of Newark Broadcast WINTER PARK

release of 19 hostages-including .. "reflect upon the moral obligations Father Murray succeeds VATICAN CITY (XC)- Radio -

four Americans-held by : he a- umrs'" when he Monvignor i Donald A. McGowan Vatican's shortwave trans-

communist-led miners to secure takes the wheel of a car. Mho held the .post from 1948 mitters beamed Pope Paul VI's

the release of two agitators Christmas of Decem. WifcrDONUT
: They declared that "careless until his death on Aug. 11, message
arrested on charges of 1963.; ber 23 to Africa and to the
ness, neglect or reckless conduct" -
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The Archbishop said that by a driver is "sinful." Father Murray, who is administrative eastern and central Europe. Style Hand-Cat Donuts

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see Him in Palestine. And we at your local church goodS YORK-Pope Paul VI

shall end either in constructingour dealer. : L -4-- r 1 has become the third Pope to

0 KNOW JESUS own Christ, image of our The ecumenical spirit alivein __ address a personal message to

CHRIST by Frank J. Sheed. own needs ,and dreams, or in the world today is evident In ___ readers of "The Catholic"BibleIn

Sheed & Ward. $5.00. having no Christ but a shadow the 29th edition of The Christian the St. Peter's Edition, published -

and a name. Either the Life Calendar. The calendar _ by Hawthorn Books,
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for us-light Himself When the large, illustrated
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great preachers and painters,
light God." of family Bible was first pub-
but the Christ of Matthew, upon on the first Sunday
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has been written for the Frank J. Sheed,' is also a regular match the more:-w dely used sorship of the Pontifical Biblical -

great mass of people who rev weekly contributor to Gregorian calendar '(January. : Institute in Rome, Pope

The Florida Catholic: His col. December). 5 Pius XII addressed a letter to
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prove anything, but rather to on page 4.) accurate liturgical .calendar "We warmly welcome this

introduce us to someone and TIlE ARABS: A Short published. S S __ Ai new edition of the Family

that someone is Christ the History by Francesco Gabri- It furnishes, information on ,_ __'_n_. _.____ _____. ._ .... Bible prepared for English-

Lord. eli, translated by Salvator the feast and Mass for the day, Orlando speaking Catholics." Pope Pius,
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These are studied in orderto mic people is re-created in this up to date with the most recent in Orlando honored the past was absent; Francis Rudzik and Jordan, Fritz Dahlstedt, Art Jane Pope John XXIII, shortly

changes by the Holy See. presidents. Monsignor Harold F. Edward Maynard. Receiving past and Fred Kimmelman.
election also
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about Him. The Individual thousand years before Islamto Counsel is offered on the Jordan presented pins to the for president pins were, from left, back specially-bound copy of the

things said and done do not the present day. pages together with humor mer leaders and made the awards row, standing, Wil Becker, Mr. Bible when he received K. S.

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,!: Warm welcome to



of world plagued. by misery i .;,,: Pontiff foreseenContinued

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(Condoned from Pace 1) more by terror of deadly weap in their view of life and of
LL4 ( from Pare 1) practicing the piece the week
ons than by mutual harmonyand the world. As long as they are
executives who
courageous before Christmas. Then the
faith among peoples. Andif divided, they will continue to outlines of the papal agendaare
render admirable service. We s Pope reviews an honor guard
tomorrow peace were to be be ignorant of one another, to more or less set.
pay a special tribute to these broken-which God forbid-all hate and to fight against one The representing the Jordanian 1
plane bearing the Pope armed services.
valiant men. humanity could be destroyed. another. and
approximately 30 other
"From this it is easy to see The welcoming ceremonies
This then Is our first dignitaries is scheduled to landat
the importance of the doctrinal Paul and his
Peace defined"How A Amman airport in Jordan at completed Pope
That
Christmas wish: charity
element in the fate of human-
1 p.m., January 4. entourage are to enter automobiles *
may reign in the world, that can we celebrate ity. We clearly see how blessed Y and, preceded by a

the lore brought forth by Christmas with serenity when we are. by the coming of Jesus While the Pope is still on motorcycle escort, are to drive

Christ, born as a child in this such a threat hangs over the Christ into the world. He cameto v V the plane he will meet Arch through the city of Ammanand

world, and kindled by Him world? And, therefore, we forge a unique link betweenall bishop Lino Zanini, apostolic thence to Jerusalem, a distance -
urgently beseech all men of mankind and God, the delegate to the Holy Land; of about 65 miles.

among men, may blaze forth good will, yes, all men who heavenly Father. Jordan's ambassador to Italy,

until it hold responsible in link Edmund Rock who is When the official party
ever more widely can positions "This religious respect- a Catholic
wipe away from onr civilization the field of culture and politics, ing and ennobling each man's ; and the chief of protocolof reaches the Jordan river,
to consider fundamental the the Jordanian which is the boundary line be-
the distinction of misery as person as it does, is the most court.
problem of peace. solid and hopeful basis for Waiting at the foot of the tween the Amman district and

weighing upon men like our- "True peace is not that hyp- unity between men. The true 1' a1r stairs of the p la n e will be the Jerusalem district, it will

selves and our brothers In ocritical propaganda aimed at sociology of human peace takes King Hussein, together with stop to permit the governor of

Christ. lulling the to members of his and Amman to leave the party and
adversary sleep its rise from Christian religious court sen-
and concealing one's this Intro- ators and of the the governor of Jerusalem to
own prep unity. It is unity deputies
Turning to the needs of de aration for war. duced by Christ into human -2i ::: / Amman district. To cut down join it. It is likely that the

veloping nations, Pope Paul "Peace does not consist in thought and history that we t the number entitled to greet Pope may also alight and walkto
said: persuasive rhetoric which the his arrival the the bank if the Jordan.
refuses earnestly desire for the peace, Pope on ,
"Our universal mission as the indispensable, pa concord, mutual understandingand Jordanian government has decided Before reaching Jerusalem,

shepherd of the world makesus tient and tiresome negotiations, happiness of all men of that senators and depu- the Pope is scheduled to make

look with great sympathyand which are the only efficacious good will." _. ..*- w, ties are to greet Pope Paul in a visit to Bethasy, the home of
with loving interest on means. their own districts as the Pope
those new nations which are "It is not based merely on He dramatizes Pen from President on school law passes through them. Mary and Martha and Lazarus.At .

now reaching that sense of the precarious balance of op The King and the Pope will 4 p.m. he Is due to arriveat
identity, that dignity, that abil- posing economic interests, nor for President Lyndon B. Johnson, sign- ure. One of the pens went to Monsi- stand while the royal Jordanian the Basilica of the Holy

ity to function which are peculiar on the dream of proud su plea unityPope ing the bill authorizing classroom con- gnor Frederick G. Hochwalt, above, military band plays the Sepulcher in Old Jerusalem.He .

to free civil states. We premacy. Paul said his plea for struction in the country's colleges, NCWC's education department direc- pontifical hymn composed by will celebrate Mass thereat

look especially to those of peace was directed especiallyat used 60 pens for the education meas- tor in Washington, D.C. Gounod. The band started the site of the Resurrection.
Africa and Asia, and it pleasesus "But true peace Is based on
Catholics and separated Pope Paul is to enter the old
" " " "
the abolition least the
to salute, on this birthdayof or at on Christians, and then issued an Pope Antique creche highlights city at the Damascus Gate and
Christ, their own birth to mitigation, of the causes which urgesobservance
other plea for Christian unity. Confirms plan to leave his car at the Via Do-
independence and to the har endanger its security as na- Speaking of his Holy Land pilgrimage lorosa, which will be covered
of international life tionalistic or ideological pride, ISTANBUL (XC) -Patrl-
mony the Pontiff stated: White House displayNEW with carpets belonging to
the arms race, lack of confidence arch Athenagoras I of Constantinople wealthy families of Jerusalem.He .
in the methods or in the "Once again we declare clearly told the press
International I organizations that have been that the nature and purposesof in holy last Sunday that he is goingto YORK (NO)The fruits of a :Manhattan wom- is hundred to climb stairs the more than

way with an's lifetime hobby are part of the decorations in the one makingthe
brotherhood"We constituted to render the rela- our pilgrimage are solely Jerusalem to pray Stations of the Cross, as
tions among nations orderlyand religious."It Pope Paul "Ion January 6. East Room of the White House Washington during
VATICAN: CITY (XC-Pope) he proceeds on foot to the
know that these new friendly. Peace in truth, He said his proposal! to meet the Christmas holidays.An .
will also be of church that rises over the
a journey Paul VI asked Catholics observe
nations are justly proud of in justice, in freedom, in love. to the Pope had received the 18th century creche 01 wned by Mrs. Howell Howard grotto of the Sepulcher.
search and of hope: search for
their sovereign liberty and This is the peace we pray for:" all those who are for us sons Christmas as a religiousand approval of the Orthodox went on display in the farm 3us room starting December According to initial plans
that they can no longer admit family feast and to remem Patriarchs o Alexandria, 22 the close of the official for the.late
:Men are not at peace, the and brothers in Christ; in the ]mourning period the Pope is to celebrate Massin
domination of another state Antioch and Buch-
the ber the Belgrade
also Pope said, "because their mindsare atmosphere of the Gospels andas poor. President John F. Kennedy.Mrs. the Holy Sepulcher itself in
know
over them. But we area Howard's creche was Room. It is set off with banksof the tiny chapel below the large
these nations have not yet not united. evoked by this land of ben In urging his listeners to
that reached that degree of self-; "Union of minds is the great ediction, how can we not ask 'remember the ," Pope N4 N4N1NN4N4N1KNtiNS1 displayed in the same room last live flowers. basilica church. However this
poor Christmas at the request 0 f be changed, because only
ourselves Where is the full may
need of :
which is requiredto contemporary man. 'The scene is set In a simu-
sufficiency all the cultural and Culture, which awakens and flock of Christ? Where are Paul said: Papal visit :Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy. Ar lated case made with papier the Pope and one or two others
enjoy
economic benefits of a com- in great part fills this want, the lambs and the sheep of His "Assist them, make sacrificesto rangements were made againto mache and there are five could enter the tiny chapel.

plete modern state. in the end does not satisfy it. fold? Are they all here? Which help them, and give them seen purely set up the Nativity scene by angels, three kings, four shep The presence of all the Catholic

"It is clear then that our On the contrary culture exacerbates ones are missing? your aid in the name of Our Mrs. Lyndon Johnson. herds and six sheep in the display Oriental Patriarchs may lead
the minds of "And so cannot but im- Lord and :Mrs. Howard, who says she the Pope to decide to celebrate
this Christmas, in its men by we for His sake who in addition to the Child
charity search to discover the great putting into circulation an plore Jesus the Good Shepherd, 'being rich, He became poor religious has collected, "quite a few an- Jesus and the Holy Family," Mass in the upper church.
"
of the world, recognizesthe indiscriminate pluralism of using His own words: :May for your sakes, that by His tique crech{', in a lifetime of Mrs. Howard said. After these ceremonies, the
needs AMMAX, Jordan (XC) collecting, I "the creche Is Pope will to the residenceof
there be fold and go
of helping these ideas. Men lack unity in their one one poverty you might becomerich' "The figures average about
necessity Pope Paul VI's visit to the a be.. .ul one with the the apostolic delegate, near
very
nations, not with principles, in their ideas and shepherd! ((2, Cor. 8, 9). 18 inches in height and are
emerging Holy Land will be a purely re. head and parts of the legs of the Mount of Olives, for dinner
and self-seeking garbed in clothing made of
humiliating ligious pilgrimage and his visitto the figures constructed of and to spend the night.

r'.r real material. It is beau.
beneficence but with scientificand ':'n' a very
0 )/2 RED Israel will not constitute terra-cotta and carved wood,
technical assistance and M IT ERRANEANNI| o :... tiful creche and one of my
', a ,
recognition of that country by while the body and arms and "
of the international -- SEA most prized possessions.
friendly solidarity the Holy See, an Arab prelatehas parts of the legs are made of
world in brotherhood Mrs. Howard said she began
,
said here.Archbishop. wire mesh so that the positions -
in of paternalism." collecting creches when as a
place of the figures can be set
Pope Paul noted: Xeofito Edelby, to order." child her parents gave her one
"We cannot pass over the t. councilor of :Melkite rite Patriarch they had obtained while travel

fact that the Catholic Church Maximos IV Saigh of The display, about 9 feet long ing in Europe.

herself, by means of the mis- .. Avlr. q Antioch, came here from Damascus and 20 inches deep, has been Some of her creches came

sions among these peoples, has ? .. ., ..-..-.. JORDAN CNURCHOFHOIY J Syria, to discuss the set up on a table in a recessin from South America but the
always striven, without 'IMF SEPULCHER < : .. papal pilgrimage with Jordanian the middle window the East majority of them are of Neapolitan -

of temporal gain, to officials.He origin.
thought
U
.,. I. NO ST.ANNE
develop them to their utmost iE 40 Paul to -
declared in a statement: Pope
always holding in
capacity,
"His Holiness cannot avoid
honor all their human and upright E GARDEN SCHOOLSSAINT
DEAD Z -OLD OF visiting the holy places in the be met byKing
while proclaiming ... SEA
qualities OETHSEMANI
NEW C1TY p CItY occupied zone (Israel). His
to them their vocation of ettttrshtlba o I 'tC Holiness took all precautionsto Hussein
JOSEPH'S ACADEMYSAIXT
and destinyof
the true supreme 0 avoid false interpretations
redeemed man." regarding his visit. VATICAN CITY (XO)-Vatican AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA:
\1SRAELf t CATH.OF Radio Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 7-12
announ-
reported an
FItANCISCAN.
In his plea for world peace CONYENT : ST.JAMES .. "He will land in Arab Jordan Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited
the Sovereign Pontiff came up MT.tION 1 s. ;: stay in Arab Jerusalemand cement by an official Jordanian Music Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor

with a new definition. "Peaceis go back to Rome from an spokesman that King Hus- further particulars address: Sister Directress
sein, accompanied by membersof
Arab country."It .
well-balanced motion, he
is known that the Vatican his government, will receive
declared, paraphrasing St. Au U.A.R.
II
gustine's view of peace as the : withstood and will withstandall Pope Paul VI on January 4 at ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident
EGYPT the Amman airport. i
international pressure to
"tranquility of order. GOV'Y.HOUSE. recognize Israel. The Vaticanis The papal plane will be escorted and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully

He spoke of Pope John N -. the which by squadrons of the accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general
states
.. __ among
.
.
_
,. ... .. ,
"" music and Conducted by Sisters of the
4. it art
XXIII's encyclical on peace stand by the Arabs."It Jordanian air force as enters courses, sports. Holy

and then pointed out: Jordan's air space. Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa, Rorida.ROSARIAN .
is imperative to all Arab
"Peace at the present timeis Holv LancPs shrinesThis
I countries to exalt the Vatican Along the 60-mile( drive from
based more on fear than on
friendship. It is maintained map shows some of the the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, position in a special manner, Amman to Jerusalem the people ACADEMYResident

shrines in Israel and Jordan which built over the site where Christ was and to make all efforts to of Jordan will have a and day school for girls, on shores of beautiful

Pope Paul VI will visit during his Jan- entombed, where the Pope is scheduled ,_ honor this visit, and to reap all chance to acclaim the Pope, Lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited. New

LAKELAND uary 6 pilgrimage to the Holy Land. to offer :Mass. ,>.>..:'...} cultural, political and touristic Vatican Radio said.Warns buildings. All sports, music, art, dramatics. Directed by
J.
Sisters of St. Dominic. For address
fruits catalog : Registrar,
from this precious visit,
.- The Jerusalem map (right) indicates :....fI..-'"..". it' which ROSARIAX ACADEMY, WEST PALM BEACH
1 may not come again1he
... ,,. continued. on driving

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Only ; intention or minimizethe driving not

NOW visit just a breach of courtesy buta ANTONIO
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thus giving occasion to inter- breach of the moral law. Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters

318 South Florida Avenue MU 2-8427 national circles and to the en Archbishop William Conwayof Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through

emies of the Arabs to miscon- Armagh said in St. Patrick's twelve Academic and commercial courses and private

- strue the Arab position pur- cathedral that "reckless driv- classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with

..' posely. ing Is sinful driving and that private lake in a healthful location provides opportunityfor

.
-.., "We are sure that the Jordan. is true whether an accident all sports.

: Ian takes place or not" He also
FULLY
Plan Ahead '' .I' government by taking responsibility ACCREDITEDFor
,. .. .. for His Holiness' said that such driving "is a further information address

'.. visit will add to the glory of matter of confession even SISTER REGISTRAR

the Arab nation." though no one has been. killed
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