The Florida Catholic
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00006
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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3 The Florida Catholic, Friday, February 7,19

{ TIME ago, an affiliation president asked MUMFORD
Florida SOME
ReportsPort r if we had any special Indulgences attached to our R.rrtr all.a Air r_. I..I.r
Information on this I ..... reap .r.N.
In order-to have accurate
groups. >> Y.d t"N4 Ap..1N_
St. Petersburg Jacksonville wrote to the national office. M you know NCCW suggests ,55.511. .A ...uCr.
recitation of the to Our Lady of Good Counsel at
rr\v prayer Df SM-4II1 Kit MUM!
EpiphanyThe SU Matthew 1. ,
all of the meetings. The indulgence is one of 500 days to
Catholic Women's Club The west coast deanery of The St. Matthew's Guild

of Epiphany parish is planning the Dlooewm Council of Ca. will sponger a Shrove Tues r + '. e each one who says the Edouard C.

the formation of circle tholic Women will hold 1U day card party on February prayer. Craig

V..:nporaiy chairmen appoint spring deanery meeting on 11, at St. Matthew parish lull There are spiritual benefits Mra. Jonepl Contractor and Distributor

ed are as follows: February 19 at the Friendship lilandlng Itoulevard. This will when you offer your &hoebert1)luttwa for

Mrs. John 11. Sullivan, Mrs. Room of the First Federal lie a "double-sesalon" party -v work to God, we are told by YAon M tl', Crsmie:

Jtlla: White and Mrs. Ray Savings and Loan A MO- and a nursery will be avail 2 our Priests. end Mosaic Ti''.i
1'cth for Circles 1, :2 and 3 on elation, 49th Street and 9th able fur the afternoon party A number of year ago, I 9l7-94thSt. So. 347-4101

tie peninsula, ; Mrs. William Avenue North. which begins at 1 p.m. The .,It. ,'H. a..4ft attended an Investiture ceremony President

1 ...clalr, Mrs. Albert Kull and The time will be 10 a.m. to evening party begins at 8 p. for a group of Catholic
' 'r3. Fred rtrlsbols for Circles 12 noon. Coffee will be nerved m. Everyone invited to dine women at an air base. The MUSICAL DIRECTOR

4. & and 6 on the mainl.d. at 930: am. The members of ceremony and prayers were DMlron undcrUUnc .",bIUnu
: the Women's Guild of the Christ the King/ Member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic outstanding but the chaplain might ask ourselves: Is the modal pro s r.ra .mbr c.in.
of the The annual motherdaughter and I cannot Lenten season In this modern "hool and p rl"h, Con,r....
Church Traneflgura- has since
Arrangements have Womcn'i Club will be "mighty pleased" if friends gone sincere ,1n1l.1 l and (:'ho.-'borou' I,
completed for the card partyto tlon will be hostesses. Communion breakfast of come from miles around to a benefit dinner in find anyone who knows the day truly a time of ip.H.nc.d In Oncorlan and
denial la Important
the Guild of Christ the King penance* Self ("hab n.-Cotnpl.l.Ir t..
be held at the Palmette Melbourne. This 1a 1 the invitation of Mrs. L. G. prayer of ceremony. for modern people; miller with ,..,....m.nd.U..... 01
Club on Monday, February Tarpon Springs will take place on Sunday, Conant, left, and Mrs. Herman Fischer, chair Should any of you have any Scored Cor.r...Un. of IUUi -
at 730: pm.Lakeland. St. Ignatius February 16, after the gJO: Information on this, I would especially 50, with our iMlrabU b-*k.round-married
St. Ignatius parishioners Mans In Christ th U 1 King men: barbecued chicken and ham dinner noon like to have It. atandard of living. -I chlldrtn-a. aa.

hope for the Urgent patronage church. It will be held a>*U>* to 7 pm. on Sunday, February.,. 9, Melbourne A personal letter enclosing Each one of us must honcatty Reply tal

st. Joseph ever at the largest social H It S cafeteria In Arlir ton. pariah hail. the nomination blank for decide in her own case C. I. BBXACDItll

Mrs. Fredrick II. Schmidt, event of the year for them. Mrs. Holllce Crisp will accept" diocesan board members have what particular voluntary Bradthaa Lana No.SL .
president of the west coast The fastnachtfent Is their an. reservation by February 13.St. Coming' events been sent to all president penances she should performin rt.' burg K. FtorldaBLUE

deanery, spoke<
meeting of the Altar Society will b* held at the parish hall PaulMurwlifnor ""f T1i..1." .. .I. liter h...ftt(, 5.el.l .,.11 5.1 ...... reading all the requirements by the Church's law
and the Woman's Club on on Tarpon Avenue Barbecued Patrick E. No- .... lk.. I..B| !><...... A4l.... _)!.. ., ....... N.er.. wet sign and have your pastor's Affiliation reports are due
January 20.) Her topic was, land V.F4 pastor of St. Paula IP. .
will be served with of
chicken approval by signature, this month. All presldenu'reporta
"NCCW from Parish to Na all the trimmings. The date pariah, will be celebrant of aMass f Forty Hours Devotion, Feb. ruary 8. ; p.m. to 1 a.31, St. course. All officers and chairmen sheets, which were h 1

tional." Is February 9 and the time Is I to I* offered for the nary! 7, 8 and 9, St. Brendan Patricks Woman' Club, should prepare their given at the last spring con 9 1rI

from 12.30 until 6 p.m. Catholic Woman's Club on church, Ormond Beach, 7.30ars. : sponsor file In readiness for the Incoming vention workshop, should be
Monday, February 10, at 10:30a : Desaert Card CDA
St. Petersburg party, officers and chair. returned to me now.
DeLand m. on the grounds of the card Feb- Court
Lessens party hall. St. Petersburg, men. Diocesan and national
ht. I'efcr lesion l of Nombre de Blot In real 7, Holy Name of Jesus Sancta Maria, sponsor, Feb It Is so much more Interesting checks and camp fund checks

Three members of St. St. Augustine. hal, Canova Beach, Wom ruary 8, 1-10: p.m. and easier for the incoming should be sent In for March
Thereae, Circle of St. Peter' After the pilgrimage, a en's txnU. sponsor Benefit show, February 8, members 11 you have 1.

5V ; % nonary-Altar Society gave a luncheon honoring past president MardtCras| Ball February 7:30: Tallahassee Savings and material the file for guideline A blentot,
continental dinner In the will be nerved at the 7, 9 pm. Soreno Hotel, St. Loan Association, Women's *. Antoinette

Pariah Hall on North Delaware Hotel( Ponce de Leon. Pctenbur, Blessed Trinity Guild of Blessed Sacrament Attention affiliation presidents
INTEREST Avenue at 7 The presidents to be honored Men's Cllb, sponsor. Church s
p.Don sponsor : Do you use the program
Saturday, January 25. Ap are Mrs.Frank M. Murphy, Valentlie dance, February Mardi Gras dance, Queen of picture In "Word." the Enjoy AUTOMATIC

CATHOLICChurchHospital proximately to persons were Mrs. Vincent J. Armstrong 8, 0 P.fIIo't 1 a.m.. Mon lgnorBbihop Angel Circle, sponsor Holly national magazine? The In. "Keep-Riled"
erved. Mrs. Fredrick J. Waas. Mrs. wncll hall, 4421 East Oak Community Center, formation therein Is for you DELIVERYPhone
A "grt.acquainted coffee Joseph M. Eraklne, Mrs. Colonial trlve Orlando. Jacksonville February 8. u chairmen. RIBBONHNANCING

t 'was given on Wednesday Frank 1*. Heddour, Mrs. Ceo. Ilummire sale, 111 North forty hours devotion, February The publicity article Is a :

morning for all newcomers, P. Coyle Mrs. Leo II. Marx, KuMtls Stt School new member of St. Peter' Mrs. Thomas H. Grady, Mr,. 8, 8 a"Ml to 6 p.m., Altar Mary Church. committee chairmen on public Clearwater-446.8314 wit help you buy or build!
Rosary Altar Society and Harold }'. Peal Mrs. Leo T. Society of St. Mary sponsor. Pastnachtfest festival St. relation should have it your nw home it lowit
Howie. Mrs. T, T. Adams, cost. Put him to work for you.
.BONDS women of the pariah at the Card partyV'h"1 So 1 Ignatius parish. Tarpon In their files.Catholic .
home of Mrs. John Mattlngty Mrs. A. V. Lnpes, Mrs. Louis p.m., Women' Club of St. Springs, barbecued chicken Book Week is First Federal SavingsAnd

DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. 424 West New York Avenue K Jan, Mrs. Cyril Sedtllng. Paul, sponsor, Si. Paul Cafe- dinner, 1230: to 8 pm., February February 23 to 29, we are reminded OLDEST and LARGESTIN Loan AssociationOf :
Mra.Hollahan .
let FI",'. Tbcalr Rundtas. from 10 a.m. until 12 noon. Mrs. Fred U. Somers, terla, St. Petersburg. 9.Valentine. by our library and PINElLAS St. Petersburg
"",......... .. a..t t......IADDHKM rrr.Ne ( Cahlll, Mn. Frederick Benefit card party, February lee cream social literature chairman, lei r *.

I'A Mit ..................-... SubscribeNOW II. J.Itaumer Williams.Orlando and. Mrs.Clarence 8, 8 pm, St. Joseph' February 9.1 to S p m.. Holy Mark A. Hell wig, 1208 North
Guild J sponsor Father Anderson Family Women's Guild, sponsor. Bank
Winter Park. Beach
lto Madeira
Turner d.
hall Winter Haven. Holy Family school St. This committee suggests that
terra.arATa....... Mardi Gras Dinner Dance, Petersburg. MADEIRA BEACH
r.o. we have a special(<< display,
....," \\\\,\...,,'U\\\\.' Kof C Holiday Inn Gainesville, Feb.t Dessert card party February book review, or posters, at Member _
The but social event of the 10. 1 p.m., St. Joseph meeting! at schools, or In Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
FREE24.HOURAmbulancc season before Lent begin will Gainesville Manor, St Petersburg, Ladles recreation hall. Phone 391.9911 Open S.t. 9-12 "

be sponsored by Orlando'sMorulgnur Catholic Student CenterOn Auxiliary, sponsor Ash Wednesday .Is early

Service Bishop Council Friday evening. January Card party, February 10, 12. We
this February
0 Tble. community rrlre without Knights of Columbus at their 31, Dr. Peter Began dean of 7.30: p.m, Palmetto Club, Day. year, For Religious Gifts

<... e.,."_ .t tmf uf .<.i>*.II..lIon-ofl.r.1! Fully Tr..... ball 4121 Kant: Colonial Drive, the school of paychlatry University ton Dcach, Epiphany Catholic
Allrn PHONE 3428821 AmbnUar Aaywhtr within The dance, at $3.80 a couple, "" .
first in a aerie of lecture* Card party, February 11, St. VATICAN: CITY (liC) -
City Limit. Is open to( the public. Al Nova during the winter trimester Matthew's parish hail Jack Ren BrouUlet prevented hi* "GO'"

C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL HOME and hU orchestra will provide 01 th.1n1..raL7.. 1U spoke.to onvlll*.. RU Matthew's Guild, credential a* the new French

Coflipbt Funeral' Scrvlcei from $171 101 I .27th St. N*. music from p.m until a.m. over 100 married student sponsor 1 p rn. and 8 pm. ambassador to the Holy Se. Shop

for this Valentine dance on and faculty members on Card party, February II, to Pop Paul VI on January j
February Mental Health In Marriage.* 130: Po m., Memorial Civic 21.

For CafKotiei Of Plnellei County. Council fil50 Plana are In the offing for Center Clearwater Beach, St. Broulllet M, succeeds of St. Petersburg V
second lecture Dr. Began Women' :
a by Wells Club, sponsor de La Tournelle
A men' night Is planned Baron Guy *
Calvary Cemetery t>y Our Lady of the Lakes on February 14. who had represented }Franc 656 Central Ave. *.

council aIM, Knights of Columbus Winter Haven Morning Star benefit February at the Holy See since October Phone 824-6101
Endowed! Car 11, a p m., Cherry Plata
for February I at 7 1959. Th new envoy,
St. Joseph hotel I. Orlando Women's .
will be held at the served as minister-counselor
U. S. If al B8th St. N. Pkor. 124-41)1 p.11It North A benefit Valentin. card spotuor. the to the
Terrace Gardens, 1600 of French embassy
party will be given by St. Valentine card
Office Open ,-4 PM D.Uy4. P.M. M SvnJayW Orange "' ".nu.. The purposeof Joseph's Guild at S o'clock: Name social hall party Gulfport Holy Holy See from 1953 to IKS. Bring the Family
U that the ambassador to Austria
the program was
Saturday night, February, February 11. 730 P In.. Holy Serving Continuously
new members of the council prior to being named head of
In Father Anderson Hall. Name omen's Club, sponsor 11.30 A.M. to 9:39 PM.
may meet other member and the French diplomatic mission
Bridge plnochl'rand canasta
st. Valentine dinner and
with the her. LUNCH n
becom acquainted
will be played "with pUytf*
Put lUsajr, St. Anthony ground. ..
social and religious affairs
being asked to bring their lirookavlUe, February 18 11 95 $1.50 .
; planned In the future.. own arch Refreshment will The Flower Dell
SPOTS : Ticket are $2. All membersare be served Forty Hours Devotion. DINNER

urged to contact George Guild members entertained Holy Crate Palmetto February Florist & Gifts $1.55 -$3.95
an Before Your 9 Volkman at 2MH32.Bt husband at "RoaringTwenties'
Eyes their a 18 13D: a.m. to FebruaryIS.
Ss st, Ntt' ,513 Andrew January 162$ Cectr.l< .. St.P*tenlslrg Children's Plate 53< '
party on s am.Blessing.
tar ....... poetise Is ..r
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portico. ar..oW aU.... Th Saint Andrew Holy 3.1 with prices for the best of Grounds Mercy, >'-:
e,5.qr tlm*. l>ha Name Society sponsored aanen' costume being warded to Medical' Center, FalrvlllalUad.
.... Nrttf .P... Setht' AFTER !
night Sunday, January Mr. and Mrs. Sam DeVtto of
Orlando, Sunday, February
GREATER Mi r.I.l Ml *rwM NT Tim 1:00. or THE SEAThOTI
eves with .rt,.,' .-:. M for all Catholic men and Lake Alfred A potluck *upper 23.Forty. M *.? *4 *'. .en. Mn 9:30: P.M.
West St. '! ** ... a w.IS : nonCathollo member of St. was served. Mrs Wilbur el..et .. ..i.. M : "n. : := .
"" Hour Devotion. _sfr if r*.1 ... to iufr.
LEADING BANK s"" as ........1 Andrew It was a shrimp and Dame, president, introduced February U 10:30 a rat, to "' 1".............. h.... I a
chip feait. Approximately 121member Mayor Richard Dantsler. who at Ik. ....... "..... ....d..w.tl.l .
MemUf '.D.I.$ <:, 1000 TYRONE BLVD. PS*** J4S-'us of the parish en spoke on behalf of the United February 23, a.m, St. Ann, --. tr.r..r. I ed.'aa .
Ku kln. U I LaryC
Joynl the food and entertain Fund. tort* r.e..e.. pmrfc >...tm4r uriaui
inent. Forty Hour Devotion St. Is w ......".ouus. w/.
Ormond Beach Paul Daytona Beech March .. Haunt AN LTTAIH,
St. Brrndaarorty IS to March 17. et'MOCCK a a ws'lMendt,
arts raw why a Ptrtfrucfa
JONGFISHRESTAURANT Hour Devotion will Card perry Sacred Heart wad -II... 'rM prks r

. be observed by the St. Brendan Guild, sponsor April 8. Jack. II*..** ..ahnl.& ,rvIKtl raw

parish from February 7. aonvlll Garden Center. FRANK T. HURLEYASSOCIATES III1usnsoW

Ugtnnlng at the 7JO )Mats Spring dance April IS, St. INC r
G until February t, ettdlng withS Magdalrn. Msltland, St.Mary .
Mary 24tK St J4MS4IUnbelievoblc
3: closing ceremonies.. Father .
SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST / St. pm.James CJxtre. a rd,nu> Magdalen perish apostate P.u A.Gc; ...eI.

Blest will conduct th*
Golden Fried or Boiled Shrimp
4e4$1th. Stre**, Her* observance
Succulent' Scallops !

Luscious Lobsters JACKSON'SSHOES HEIN2EN On. ttW i Ie S so.oo tr' ***** w l buy" $1000 I IK: "U- r*
y+* MJ .. *y. 21. T>H* !.cW cKJ \ut'R ruoMTK nictroon ru\mit dog WIHMI for (tr'". .a .!***. .| W*. ifJWank.
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All Saints is much _
very a part 'r..
Mass guideSl'

of Jacksonville's Catholic life s.e February 9

ir Qulivjuageslma Sun day

By a staff writer hosts to the SL Augustine : I Mm of Sunday Creed

JACKSOXVILLK approach of Catholic Charities Deanery council of Catholic Preface of Trinity.)

I Sunday In the middle of February brings to mind the women entertaining with an MONDAY, February 10

work done for all age groups And in a special way open house at All Saints. j>t. 'holaAUca, v I r g I In.I .
the collection has meaning for Greater Jacksonville people c lqr (Mull of a virgin not a martyr
The Red Crow Gray Ladies
Gloria Common Preface
come to know and to serve the aced at AU
Saints Home in Riverside.The are a close second a* helpersto .)

work, at All Saints Is for the mision One man is the aged at All :Saints M ith TUESDAY.: February 11

a summation of efforts no Interested that many days their weekly UMW to write Apparition of the Blessed
under the guidance many of Sister he U busy. by 8 ..m. As a re letters, sympathise, mankur* Virgin Mary at Lourde

M Ursula and other Sister suit he k ill 6lartlJlit on hill see* nails, sew Upw, and cheer ond thmasaml. Prefer of HIewe.1 Virgin.)
of St. Joseph of the congregation eeryone.
in St. Augustine Through publicity and personal They help with the guests WKPNKSDAY. February 12

J'lorida. contact, buyers hate In the chapel the dining \ah Wednesday. (Mass offeaat
come forth. The t'l'iift.rs thus room and with special recreation Preface of Lent)
registered nurse Slater have. nude fund to buy several .
M. programs Each week THURSDAY February 13
Justin! supervise a groupof ornaments for the Mater
two of them conduct a party Thursday after Ash
me nurse aides and one Del chapel and a few extra
licensed during Friday mornings. "l'h101Y. (Mass of Lenten .
practical nurse. They .
project for AU Saint Slater
care for the They help too by taking weekday, Preface of
physical needsof M. Regina Is coordinator for 1
guests to outside appointment
the guests who have been these activities bnt.)

at the home during the year Four focal I organisation *. 6 FRIDAY, February II
t' I
The "Women of the Motion -
Besides the medical attention have a great Impact on the Picture c Friday after Ash Wflin..I'day.
Industry" planand
there II the dressing. Home especially the All MAM rf Lenten week
necessary\ for the paralytic Saints Auxiliary. participate in a monthly lay. Jnrt graver of St. Valentlne. -

moving In wheel chairs the For guests. highlight of birthday gifts for party the ,honoree providing andrelrNhm.nu kk T1 Reface of Lent)

constant care to keep all rear the put year baa been for all One apesvial \TUKtHY.. February 15Salunby
ing apparel in good condition. Taking their turn as hosts after AllhI'Jn..*
gesture U that they take ._ .
r --:rAt
hairdressing manicuring and for senior citlten day, heldat day, (Maaa of Lenten weekday
take a picture of the honoree.
correspondence: required to the River Garden Hebrew and present It at their next Morning Star School blessing Jl prayer of St r'austiniM -
comply with social cuatom. Home at whkh 12 All Saints monthlyiait.. and Rt Jovlta Preface

Through the gracious and guests participated.' The Sodality girl of near Rejoicing with F-strr Joseph tabrano and Mr-.. P K, Kahaim. rappM chiMrcn'n claws. The of Lent)

self sacrificing efforts of Dr. Th. annual card party. by St. Paul parish have Marie S S.J of Morning Star on the day Archbishop blessed" structure Jut d"h'at"tt&n.tay\ in SUNIUY.: February l ll IS

Ferdinand Berley and other Thanksgiving Day. dinner formed a group of Joette to School Jacksonville, are Mrs. T. the new building for the handi! Arlington in the background. .t Sunday of Lent (Mau:
volunteer doctors -and the and Christmas party. This entailed add their bit to the programof of !Sunday' Creed Prefaceof

Clinic at St Vincent Hospitaland wrapping Individual All Saint They com In 1.ent.)

at Duval Medical Center Christmas ireenU for eachThe the afternoons and help with Gets painting In Vietnam See
-the extraordinary health. guest. the meal Renewal theme
problema are solved. auxiliary member also The recreational program VATIC A \ tITV <\('t. Pope fells/ // of nations'duties HI. K: <\C.t- I m.h I Church

The meal service I Is under have added three o\erbed U enjoyable. Space t II pros Pops Paul VI ha* been I't.. amt. provincial M .Ifttll.MlTOV I ) -
the direction of Sister M.Magdalen. table for serving meal to bed \ided for card, tele Ulan, rented with a wa-lereo! governmentctfftrlala Planning" and Action for
added three under moral law .U.... th* formal
patients; new
awUted' by a chief and occasional: motion picture landscape painted by a fMtMHlMl >." Renewal" will till the them
cook and a helper for the wheel chair for the disabled; *. Guests are free to make Australian abortI'011 ',. ,. tnatallatton here on January of the National Council of

dining room. prevented two pulsating mats and mehe visits, and to .''\ Namatjlr. on of H" 1'.1TIC.1II1' (ND)-Pop'* I'aul1 has leffndit 1 n of .HUho. .> Phlllpt. Nguyen Catholic MI''''' biennial "corvferenc

Great tact and understand rennet for those confined to .bare In local 1 parties and celebrated ahorlgine aru.t the Church's right to judge politics" according to the ken !Hn of fanlho M ama-| of preaUlent. la .b.
bed; added cabinet storage to club Albert\ Namatjlra. moral laws heM. her Mann l)5t.
has diet with
ing produced a talk administrator of South
the linen room trunk room, "llIOr tn the .Ideal. of an Inte -
a minimum of exception to and grocery storeroom For some the river traffic The Vatican press off II* has also praise the raloil and united Kurnp \' *....'. archdlucwa of Hue Attending the meeting will)
the general menu. and changing' panorama of saki! the Pt'|>e was "deepu great ki*>al'. cif a unKwl Ku-: Ir| preablenltn" \ pre l<1nts
During March they were TNa ordinary of Mu. Archt4alw
Two hours In the afternoon the water M I a source of Ins gratefulfor the gift saying nqe| making iuth |I-tlnu( In It la worthy of you. It mtrltaenjratrtng and mmlerstori of dlnresan
are devoted to( occupational Exposition set t.rHt.'Intel 11'01Ithe M. ho apprelstel I most of all t h.turnna a January :11 atidrea to laatlrn your hearts and i Ittrr. Nan dlnh Thor council of ("ath
therapy where the able women John River bank. of wonder toward tti. of the International) unionof firing your enlhuaiaam. hruthar of tea |Ire. President eierutlv commute

/ sew a variety of project*, (;'t.h.lI.. and two men nuke rosaries tlon of the body of St Francis the reapixwiMllty of a reds artist wa able to ('OM" ". I... told them he wu alit| "It r.,.*..nu the happy h in .:wa,. slime attamMng the ,..."taU."* of national orgintaaOon >

Xavier, which ill enshrine dent chaplain Father John J. then Henry Davis of the tent! to Me them '.iot ..... you are ending of an nahapiaqr Nary. afflllateii with/ the
aatoi erf th
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in Horn Jeau Cathedral here Burns I formerly United Males n ey arcndiMea pteeni l IMIW bending your l"l'y the natkiiui Europe: MM* no NCVM
JACKSONVILLEeu.r.oo.u. will extend from Itecembrr 8, tan ...... .Ha remalru ArrhltMK council holds 1 It
Navy chaplain. painting during an awMen thoughts and y"ur youthful lungs have any prtl fur The "'f" *
1'Mrl. to January 10 1965. it .. eelling. lh.saaha ..AlllnIon. t.Wq1 ., 1k.. national. I ronvenikma in the.
has been announced. ThM -- nf tell. numbered .
another NTo .ontlau.d. >t> I....... .2. I N a men print tears.In
period follow the closing of .v.n numt>erei| year It
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Everybody a.lsIndulgences Pope Paul VIThe

Catholic CommentSo

granted to motu proprio on Liturgy

and in theological Office, we ordain that II-!
is a transUJT munitles
help attain
perfection faculties immediately shouldbe spa may for ,Just andv \j.
tlon of the text of Pope
that can help. Paul VI's motu proprio "Sa worked into the programsin considered reasons do: ,,
are such ob their own subjects who:
that beginningin r
cram LUurglam., on Implementing
that the school year stu in part from the obligat: oil,
the next
THERE are so many people who dividual parishes) have sponsored the Church must have Invented the constitution ecumenical coun.dr. dents may devote themselvesto reciting it, or subst/; ;?

help that It to Impossible for Charities Bureau and Its offices them. For what purpose? to 4 liturgy : such study in an orderlyand another pious practice f ...

make money, of course. The documents on (constitution, Article n: '.
the Individual to meet the demand throughout the Diocese. And it is Fruit /. many diligent way.

of charity. There is the handicapped under its direction that the homes for Apart from Immaculate liturgical questions that have well 2. We also decree that according 8. Still regarding the r<.
Sliced been and
Conception, the Church published are of Articles vine Office we desire t
uses to the norms t
boy down the street The elderly lady the aged, Morning Star schools, orphanages known to( all demonstrate
members of ln-.tr. .'.
no word more widely I ml*. 45 and 46 there be established those <
across the street who nits alone and and adoption agencies help understood than Indulgence how it was the ceaseless concern as soon as possiblein of perfection who, aCIr, j

watches four walls A childless couple fulfill our responsibilities which .U of our predecessors In the various dioceses a commission to their constitutions n '..
The word Itself has practically the supreme pontificate of :
children. The children whose task is, under some part of the Dlvir.e who yearn for to be all things to all men. disappeared from ourselves, and of the holy
to flee or some "little off -
the Bishop II'
direction of
who are victims of broken homes. The Thousands turn to Catholic Charities everyday use, except In the anyone who has ever been shepherds to preserve diligently foster knowledge of the lit. provided this is drawn up r n

refugee from Cuba. All of these are sense ef self-indulgence-and flooded with shame for some to cultivate and to re advance the liturgical the pattern of the D.. >
365 days a It is only on one orgy and
year. one remembers older the aacred liturgy according
people act of Ingratitude or treachery new .
In the need of our charity. apostolate.It Office and regularly apprr ,1)
day that Catholic Charities turns to who would say of a drunkenman to a friend will know the to need. are to be considered as uk.' ,j

The pariah in part can take care us. Your sacrifice on Sunday, February "he has been indulging. difference between that fierce Another proof of this sollcl in will certain also be cases opportunethat several part In the public prayer "I(

of of the needs but it The general notion U thatIt experience and the sort of Church. (consuuArticle :.
many even can 16, enables Catholic Charities to lode la given bjr the liturgical dioceses should have a single "
is a scheme by which sorrow, genuine but superfilal constitution which the Second 98.)
not fulfill all the demands of charity.So : commission.
Catholics are given >e too often feel for our
permission Kcumenlcal:
the individual Catholics and the in. Yes, we can help you. to commit sin, for forty 'sins gainst God. Vatican Furthermore, in all dioceseslet 9. Since according to A,.
Council has approved by fenersl
commissions be tide 101 of the consult
two other 'i
.1 I days or three hundred days: There Is a margin between. consent and which* in
sacred who are obliged to
for 'e-
established\ ; one
they have even heard of one Sorrow of true intensity does the solemn public session of
__ music and the other for sacred cite the Divine Office men; ,:1
called "plenary'-the mind wholly cleanse the soul, the December 4, 1063, ordered to be
various permltte'l l
God world shudders at the kind But art.These. ways <
amount of other only partially. be promulgated.
the vernacular instead '
permitted sinning that that the soul must be wholly three diocesan commissions use
I would cover. clean. This lively interest stems may also be merged Latin we deem it proper >

from the fact that "In the into one if necessary. specify that the various \ r.

Holy Eucharist is bond of love Visitors to Spain have come What I have railed the earthly liturgy we take part 3. From the date established dons proposed by the tv,

across indulgences from Fri. martin can b* made up by in a foretaste of that heavenly above we desire that petent territorial B II h u ; I'
day abstinence. These haveno suffering, accepted and of liturgy which Is celebrated Article 52 conference must always be ....

our frequent Holy Com Communion frequently, It Is relation to the Indulgenceswe ferrd to God. in the holy city of Jerusalem the norms of viewed and approved by t..,
IF should enter into force, prescribing
effect unlikely that we have allowed
munlont teem to are discussing here, save Holy See.
toward which as
we 'Journey
little change in our personal ourselves to become \that there is kindness in both It can be made up while we the homily during
\ itlll here earth it pilgrims! where Christ Is sitting holy Mass on Sundays and We order that this prar'falways \ *
lives, the reason could be one victimized by hatred. We are that being what the word are on ; can
Father of God
of several It may be, for example not that lacking In sincerity, means. be made up after death, If at the right and, holy days. be observed whcner

that our Holy Communions I Apart from the unfamiliar. of the true tabernacle. Wealng translated into the ternaua ,
r the r
have !become purely standing of the Holy Eu not yet complete. put into Immediate effect
Tress ity of the word Indulgencesget a hymn to the Lord'sglory on behalf of the territoi.a
contained in Article
routine acts of piety. charlat. Ether;! way we are cleansed norms
a very bad name Indeed with all the warriors of
by the blood of Christ, as the 71, which permits administration authority.
However It still be
Oar familiarity! with Jesus may from the solitary historical the heavenly army. Venerating
resistance we put up to 11clean.llln of the sacrament of Confirmation 10. Since In accord w,'v
In the Holy Kuchnrlst: baa that we hug to ourselvessome event which Is all that most the memory of the saints,
action is broken in during holy Mass
Article 22, paragraph tui
petty resentment whichwe people know about them. for some part and
fol"K. tAli. we hope
bred In tin an ea )
a loath to abandon. us. Death 1s no barrier to thepower when convenient direction of the liturgyi
attitude. As are fellowship with them. We
Hjm-for-granted An Indulgence had bees of his blood. The limits
in geographical
make Illlle There Is someone who hsa eagerly await the Saviour, Concerning Article Ilk
munlon it does
a consequence, we but handicap 111 of who proclaimed aa m mesas oftlII.lac wrong thrust in the will, to- within the competence of tu,
effort to stir up In ourselves severely Our Lord's efforts to spoken us, someone our Lord Jesus Christ, until C. admonish all concernedthat
to build S.Peter's wards self and from constituted territorial
away legitimately
the adoring faith, the. deep work His will In us. has outsmarted us, someone He, our life shall appear and the sacrament of Matrimony .
In God. has at last been totally
Home. conferen
love and heartfelt gratitude Filially the grace of Holy who has In some way hurtus. corrected we too will appear with Him must normally b* celebrated episcopal e!

whlrh I should accompany Communion may be obstruct The Dominican Friar, Tet- in glory" (Article 8, liturgy during holy Man, of various kinds, we estatn.-:
An indulgence remits some that the term "territorial' I I.
eadh Holy Communion. ed by a resentment which we gel, preached the Indulgencein constitution). after the reading of the Gopel *
\V. tell oirirlve*-and God
or all! of this suffering still understood as meaning I..
harbor against some person or -that we forgive the person. Luther's part of Germany, For this reason the souls of and the sermon
far and du. It is not permission to tlonaLIn
Our preparation
group of persons. A lack of Luther took fire and the Reformation of the faithful worship God
thanksgiving after Holy Communion fraternal charity Is the most Dut we still nurture the happened! It is an sin (attractive as such permUslort the principle and model of all If matrimony is administered addition to residents! '
at bent might to us in outside the Mass, we
sketchy seem
art destructive of all the forces grudge and perhaps IndulgeIn unpleasant .episode. The arrangement holiness, 'in such a wry as to Bishops, all who are me t

Our aent of awe and reverence opposed to a fruitful Holy small spiteful acts to even the local Dlshop our less regenerate moods). be, in this early pilgrimage, order be that observed the following until a Honed\ in Canon 292 of irt

In the presence of divinity Communion. the score. If this 1s so, thenIt made with Rome for the dlvl On the contrary we mast be "Imitators of the heavenly rules Code of Canon Law may par
established At
ritual is :
lies dormant.An will be a feeble trickle of alon of the money Is nausea truly contrite for the sins w* rlon" (from hymn of Laudsof new sacred tlclpate/ In then national c, n

attachment to venial sin Fraternal charily I. at the grace which we can expect toreceive sting to read about; and Tetsel hat commuted and determined the Feast of the Dedication the beginning of this ferences, with the right t
element. which trrjr heart .>f tb. Holy Ku: rite (constitution Article 36
l It another In Commu
our Holy
seems definitely to have to makf a real effort of a Church). vote.
rhnrlit. It I*. the key paragraph 3)), after a brief
the syra
may severely limit grate nions. given teaching be- For these reasons It is apparent
wrong name not to commit them ,.Ia. the Gospel and In addition, coadjutor ar
holism of the Holy KucharUt.lly : exhortation
of Holy Communion. Admittedly, It Is not easy to ly that the indulgence was to for w* can gain an Indulgent to all that it is our Epistle of the Nuptial Mass auxiliary Bishops may also -

Perhaps there Is an area of making Hlmaelf the one keep ourselves completely be gained provided the moneywas e. uppermost concern that all must be read; and then let called to these con'erer.cei. !

our lives which needs working fund of us all, Jesus emphasizes free from resentments. We contributed no matter fulfill Christians, and especially all spouses receive the blessing these conferences legltlnu'

on, but we are reluctantto the unity which mud all are human. We have our what the state of soul of the these But conditions provided we then the Priests should I consecrate which Is contained in the approval of decrees require

begin. It may tw. our love exist between all of us who pride. We have our tender contributor In this instance certain themselves first of all to the Roman Ritual in Section 8, a two-thirds majority wltr
Church attaches to
for what we like to rail are made one In Him. W. feelings. We cannot keep our there was a misuse and misstatement study of the already-men Chapter 3. the voting secret

"harm I...* gossip: pawing must Iou all whom He loves sensitivity under armorplate prayers or good actions the remLmlon Honed constitution and from .
and foibles of of some or all of the 8. Although the Divine Office It. Finally w* wish! to emphatli
over the fault: which soul now on. resolve to implementits
means every immune to hurt. As long as Rut what are la '. '..? doming work still to be has not. yet been revised wb
without Inter In that bo end
our neighbor for whom He died we live and work with other individual prescriptions the -

tlonal malic, but also with- 'This is my commandment, of them One might say, quit coy done. good faith aa soon aa they and renewed according to we In this apostolic letter orliturgical
people many
this of article 89:
At point your question norms w* nevertheless
out corapasilon.Or that you love one another as thoughtless, some of them rectly that far from being a dif enter into force. raa'ter have tithe
er will certainly raise two grant immediately
U be a surrender loved Jesus admonlshd trick for letting Catholics And since it Is necessary changed or have ordered car
may I have you callous, a few brutal, we are faculties H le will quit. see following permission to all ,
to aeiuuallty; perhaps a tendency us at the conclusion going to be wounded at Um.... escape from the duties other that God could grant such an by the very nature of things who are obliged to recite the tied out at the .bll.h.!

to Intemperance In of the Last Supper Christian must ,shoulder they that the prescriptions concerning Km -regulation of th* In
such merciful
food or drink, or a juts of A grave lack of fraternal However, our unto wild do, In fact simply give the Indulgence, a the knowledge and Divine Office. orgy come solely within th

ease at the expense of duly, or charity would make our Holy Jean In holy (Vm .B.lo. Catholic what the Protestant relaxation, either to the living spread of the liturgical laws From February I a. In rwItallon authority of the fhurth: lhaU
the dead Himself
a copiousness' for "the tml" Communion totally un will help u* to bear these thinks he has without them bringing or to about the total should take place immediately of the office. outbid of this Apostolic ,.,.. and

In .ter)thbug. It tray I* a worthy. If there Is some p T- hurts When we sin we must b4I cleansing that accepted suffering we earnestly exhort tif choir, they may omit th. In acrordanc with the U s

..If1Jhn"1 which ihowa It.self Min whom we genuinely hate, The pain will recede' quick genuinely sorry for having would slowly have shepherds of dioceses that hour of Trim and rhno* of the Bishop,

In an airrc slv& effort to some person toward whom ly If we can honestly plead offended a loving God. So far wrought In the soul nut how with the help of the sacred from among the three other Consequent. ahfolutl"l .

I... "flrnt" always, no matter we are bitterly unforgiving, (and we must) as we receiveour Catholics and Protestants can the Church possibly do ministers I "dispensers of little hour nee that beat cults one else, not even a PM-\

whose tow must I I.* step|>rd then we dare not approach the Lord. "Dear Jesus, I do agree For the Protestant, that It? That She should claim to God's mysteries" (constitution. the Urn of day, alwaya without can on his own Initiative .,

on. communion table. To do ao want to forgive. Please help settles the matter the sin is do it seems to him quite Article 19)), they should prejudk to the dl.pol- or subtract or change H

An attachment! to ..f'nl.I.ln.1f" would I* U> make a mockeryof me to forgive these others, forgiven: the episode ls Ca.Itut ...\. nionslrous. hasten to act In order that the tloua of .trtlrle M and M of thing In liturgical matte <

the sacrament of love. even .. You so often have faithful entrusted to their the ronitltatlon.
not completely d"t""y for the Catholic, a* we And when he learns that (constitution. Article 22 pagraphs -
understand to the
the grace of Holy Corn- If 1If.. receiving Holy forgiven me. have already noted a further care may and
1 3)).
w* believe we can gain degree permitted by age, by W* make this concessionwith

question arises -a question that will avail for the conditions of their own strong tonIld.nc.hII We ordain that all we hai

how sorry T If he la as sorryas sorrow Insufficiently felt not life and by their mental formation will not detract. In any way established with this m.'

he ought to t.., as sorry ourselves but also by the of the '
only by the strength pat from piety clergy, proprio should remain va
Father. Michael V, Gannon
as the wkkednew. of his sin others Jouu\ find him Inner value of the liturgy and but rather that In diligently and in force, everythingthe .

Million .f Nombr. De Diet demands, then for him also very difficult Indeed to convince at the same time participate carrying
the episode 1s closed.! I don't say of our very devoutly, internally scat their priestly office for the Given in Rom, at -'

What I? he I* not? Tour rightness but even of our externally, in the rites of the love of G<.1, thy may feel Peter's, January 25. 1961feast .

c n ct\te ClUptGRS in objector may feel that this sanity. We muat discuss these Church (constitution. Article nor closely united to God of the Conversion lit <:'

is simply hair splitting. Dut problems further. 19)). throughout the day. Paul the Apostle, in the fVi

_. 7. Still regarding the Divine year ot* our pontifkdte.\
Ronioa CAtllOllC lllStORy Question boxMedicine M.*uwhll., It teem evident

that many pre o-lptloM. of

the c*..tltutlu raaaxK fc. applied *

lu a start .noel .( M. J. Murray
chapterIN 35 dune In thirty-six villages, ship of the caciques (chiefs).
breaks ti.., ..,...tAlI, sine BAM
their to the King's where they were caret for << never
report fie visited ail the priurtp rile. seesfirst boa teased

re1 Ttr '..1:' .,., FeraandoJ by a desert mission churches, ,,,.....* ..... the pearl fromHi. .a4 new llturflral huvk pre Strange but true

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6 The Florida Catholic, Friday February 7, 1961 HAse,5s,4Ny11NN.1Na..N/A.NNs.N5N.s51..s5..N..N..5..N/N..N..NN
Dedicates now ORLANDO
Sacred Scriptur'e'Prays WINTER PARK

I Regulations on pross plant

GI.i:: RJM'K: (NO-Archbishop .
Creator's blessingTHE OLAVCardi & Gifts

fast and abstinence : Thomas dedicated A. Roland the new ofNewark Special Party Goods

Israelites were, In the frail; God, our Cod: haMr < \ plant of the PnulUt Press hereon Card and Gifts For

an argrkultural ,, e4 am May (HM| bl... MS. Tel fnrfer the spirit. of penance and .( In accordance with the I'Nltl.I"l ..( the feast of St. rancls deSale. 2910 St.Coffin VaUntine'i Dr. 424-JS81 Day

people. As such they lived and may all the ends of th A reparation for sin to enrourags sell.deulal \ Canon law, a* modified throagtt the use .*, patron of the Catholic

close to nature nicely\ at. Father earth fear him! and mortiflrillon and In (_li1. her of special amities ranted bj the lloljrHee

tuned to lu many moods and John J. t: The reference to "all the children In the t<..iiMrr. of Our l>hln. the follow IB I reinUll, are p bOn '- preta. FAIRVIEWCleaners

keenly aware of their dependence CaJttl..t ends of the earth" suggest ...nlo..., Holy Nether Churrh imposes byLaw Nail tit h* the largest C'a.tllolle & Laundryr

upon It for their ur- that this psalm U not simply the o b r.aut'f of fat and abilnrnce.Everyone .. 1hhd: or.a"\\ cor h Its ...In.1I.

rival But unlike their pagan a ;.oyous harvest song. It may the Vnltrd MUIf, the lh rrn *'cll have been originally, but Mr.. R. A. Mifarlkr
neighbors they did not make I'.UI'r.. Ut year dl DrUndo
4J1J' Kilcewaler
god of the forces of nature ..u... It was expanded and adaptedfor Inhaled, more than IS n.llllo\
and seek to placate them by a liturgical us* to express
No, knew that there
they be biM>k., |>am| system of superstitious! rite. Mae one supreme Goo tto >> another and very beautiful Everyon* over 7 years of age is gravy made from meat may not sine to *om* tl,ixx* Catholic Complete Peat Control

horn the forces, of nature' idea The transition from the bound to observe the law of abstinence. used at all.Partial. churches, nh...>U and l..tltu- LEWIS .COI$
theme to the later
oHrtl<< theirIatenee and original abstinence Is to be observedon lion.. EXTERMINATING CO.
ORLANDO their continued operation. on* occurs Immediately In Complete abstinence U to be observed Wedneadajs and Saturdaysand In."rr" r.i..' tIII ...
the first stania: organisation I I wafoun .
This .
ThIs anarrnrii< of C.od'; control "u".r 0. till
on Fridays, Ash Wednesday, on the VijrJ of Pentecost. On daysof .. ....
of nature brought then May God have pity on us lei| In IKiM and l Is owned 0.1. .I.
WINTER PARKSERVICE trr)' clot. to Him. and bless us; may he let hlaface the Vigil of the Immaculate Conceptionand partial abstinence( meat and soup or by the raullst Father. It

shine upun us.So Deeembcr 23 or :Uh. On days of gravy made from meat may b* taken poclalbk. '. In the puMlcatlon

Their harvest celebration' may your way be known complete abstinence meat and soup or only once a day at the pnncipal meal ant distribution of reli,Ious Children'sClothes

for example was enU.1I1 upon earth: among all na- and educational' literature.The .
religious, an occasion! of Joyful Line
: duns, Jour salvation. ,
her houses
new plant
thanksgiving to Him fast
May the p oi.!.. praise you,, On business. offices
the ctmiNnnl ;
had showered' Ills bounty Pni; In Clothing
Cud all the peop4esI
& upon them. The concluding O ; rruy be taken at anti library processing renterof For GrU! i Boys
erven of psalm 68 sum >ralH* you! over 21! and under 59yeah other full meal. Meat may th. r vilt.t I'r.... ll U ankulern I tt" *'....... U.. U' t."..
up The prayer of the psalmist. of age la alao bound to observethe the principal meal on a day of fast 5l.tU.ruarrlo"t{ ( airrtwvltlliinnl -
their attitude clearly:
SALESHotpoint very then U not a selfish oats. lie law of faat except on Friday. Ash Wednesday, << ulldtnn locatedoit

The earth ha jrlr| continue to MM 111* t'cple"Ith The days of fist an the weekdays and December 23rd or 21th.
rich han.Hte11\ a* of Lent including Holy Saturday until lloland>> told I LARGEST IUT WE TRY

Sales BARNES the one they are presently midnight Kmbcr days the Vigils of Hating: between meal U not per torn S+fl guests at th. c.r.- TO IE THE FRIENDLIEST

MtU'HM' VM celebrating. Pentecost and the Immaculate Conception mitted but liquids, including milk and m< ny that "th treasury of
Fl.OOIt <<< 11\ KlUMi, Inc. It on from there to allowed. ,...1| ate". bale her will not Qf P*'
fruit .
MtKK: : KsTIMATKM2"im I : goes and December 23rd or :24th. Juices are 411 4 ,0 CutrlIt o ""d.nd
arehilotee' of
\: OrlatiJor ask that all of mankind may only affect the
<<<,,\/Mange SERVICE ON ALL liberality of the one true Cal U allowed. Two ether meatless meals, would bo seriously affected the law the \\tl''I.Iwl. ."

to those who t Ue\t In Him sufficient to maintain strength maybe does not oblige. In doubt concerningfast her with Security
( ....* the new plant
MAJOR and trust Him. taken according to each one's nerds; or abstinence, a parish Priest\ or the IVultat Press. awl offkMIn SAVE AT

APPLIANCES And he prata that all people but together they should not equal an. confessor should be consulted. New York' ftty. W..t minis

l MJ) learn from this that let Italtlmnr* and W..h''C' SECURITY FEDERAL
1. lie dune his poser o rrrrratlon Th. faithful are earlu.tly the aged. semi the rnnr; to All saints I. iv i Pettier' a day tim It I is sUffeil by ale i'rlesta

that 'naUatluD exhorted l during the ,"'r".11 ivactlc voluntary self, dental nin-

PALMER WEST CHURCH ST. roniri from. Him alont. cf fast and abstinent to attend eclally regarding alcoholic .121) the season of lent run-
drink and worldly amu**> sinus until mMttlflM of Holy.
In the second itsnsa he dally Mass; to rem hs MEINER'Sa
ELECTRICPhone FISH MARKET roents; and to prsy more fee Fwlurtlmy.
allures to the fact that God holy Communion often to \ently, .particularly for th* Intention (3)) the eMlotlon of fi.i 'a4 a asst/lslIh ,
Froth Seafood Always Is not only the Lord of nature ... ..... 5 5 a ,...
644-8561 but alo the Lord of' history take.. part more frequently'' in of the Holy Father. amt, abstinence rmrly ..>. Al.'s.0 5 tabs .... .......
LOBSTERS OYSTERS eienrUes of piety; to in* rnrrouitly KtpUnatnrjr: iiutet serve.1! on IWvmher Illh. 'h.1,11 rH..Mi if ..u
Anytime CLAMS SHRIMP In who* hands are the to works of rr'ifi>nand Attention I* directed t.. \' n.m ..II( ..<. ..., Uf M. tr.llPAQUEHE 9
dehtinle of all nation
CRABMEAT SNAPPER All too often certain Influentlsl charity, to perform .< is> thetrue* chant ewvel tat n..r, : nd, ur rr ,' '
87S Jackson Avenue thechosen of kindness toward tl.) M a.ANNN'NN.NNNS.NNN'a. (ll the a'MII.h..1'lilt I of 11111NNNNNNNNNNNSN.N. 1\/: :
64&W. Church GA 2-3126 group amorg MOTORS
Winter Park, Florida |<(>opl* succumbed to ".,.""-."-"...._,,,...N55NN5. ,. at TH..aiiu .....41. SECURITYIf'EDER.AL:
. the temptation to o>*pU. all ...k ....!.. Poe !...
other nations to \>*,t upon 51.4..50 tNd.1n's .

The FirmlUPHOLSTERING them to a*regard Incorrigible themselves sinners.and si. Vatican City daily paper refutes I C.. 1 k..... a Ilall S lass.>.. sea>. Tttu .rAr 111.. _litO'.. ... ..IAli." .It.x1Af1..ow, .)Is..

the only Iwneftciarl of dl-
Fined Prices Free Eitimattt; .
! 155.4127 vote saUatlon.Th Reds'attack Polish BishopsVATICAN

. Jack C. R,cl.r S91ft South Orange Blouom Tral author of today's. on I
psalm expresses the authentic

I 1 : theology of the Old Ttamnt CITY (NOL'Oiwervatort ) Th Htmhurf weekly, M. ..<| their trey hose r tk...14k

I "Your Pectoral Bank" whkh looked to the Romano 7 let , said thathurch.tate 4.kl4 In as, May,** DWATKfIlSPAINT
eventual| salvation of all mmThe
( relation In !I. *
t chosen people had a special baa denied charges In a The tutorial) sill l l that
Und could. U letter If 'It wr* I
role In the Orman magazine that Po unnamol| Milan
to py pro nut for th* attttud uf UsMerswhy charges In an
ream, true, but only a. kid's land's Bishops bay. faUcd Th i.rV.'lWal also msgssln.I that! .,,, sHUrwifw

,t .. Instruments. It was through to recognize the reality of f aid that dttrlfiath. euum-t form*.1) a"s."'I r*t*

It 'I II Ir them that the knowledof their country's ('ommunLetonmm.nt "t th* Interventions. tA th* Po-. w rk" of MpimwM rut lb.Ibll.h HELP :

the on. true Gad and universal ( and that they hush I'altiers acre or a trodtUmal *- gnvernlscnt wet "..... T* lower C M 4 S.Ita, C. D.

Mrving; the Communityfor salvation would com were reactionary (conserve ntw* wHH M ....... It said thai such, rkais BOB HERRON .t 6M''.1

to humanity. tlves I at the ecumenical; standing of estetnpm..ayIesi rouM I* tn'1IJra-Hd In a I*** .
YrFIROT lw H.., and. 11._ :" Cont'ruthL.RUBY'S '
. 47 .
: eta kauw now bow this ar* council.! t r.u 1111.d. .,...... but -

. '..11, ram. .h".t. F'rem the Th* Vatican City dally LYhlaegv.iae" hawerw I .. lh4. th ifollrwrsl4y. rr wiMian --
t NATIONAL BAf.: people .f Israel l was hors Ih.Naebar also denied an accusationby swr*.| thai atuwpu to mith M...... rut' dewht. teslta......

'. ii::I AT WINTER PARK vf M.akl 1.4. cur a Milan maIn'' that ISilliih HUN>f- in ru""lrt ait rvr It..... FABRICS

rick TRUST Df.rmMF.NT Ttl phi,,: 511)000 hoed J,... f krl.l. the Polish IMsh.|.. at the with th* )IMy .... have a -Th siltuito' .If IK* IHhnnshnuld AlllCS and .Hun
limit hMury It declared!. h ya..1 asi'.-* i'rtramatlr
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Florida Catholic, Friday February 7 100-1
j .
p. ';'9.-1J1'P.. -
f : .Lt: f 'J.. ,..., '. Students shown keys to
.:' ..'t1 '". ,. .(
ir: :: !" ; .! li
Father Murphy mournedby /It." :. i A -. :-4..._'

culture at Melbourne

friends in Florida 't'l
Vrl (If..u.... f... Pass It

:NEW SI1"JlNfACIIFather: James Delaney ; number of Catholic young

Murphy C.SSR., 59, assistant pastor at Sacred Heart people.He .

Church in New Smyrna Beach, died Sunday morning called for excellence In Father

February 2. every subject of study and Peter C.IFula

lie is mourned by a ulster, Most Holy Redeemer church. IA urged his young hearer to

1orJ. Ann Charde of L>'nn- lift on the rant roust, he a.seir''tat aspire to college and graduate n

brook, Long Island, New devoted mush time to HL. KllaMillion work bringing luster to their

York.A and the children of families and the Faith as its

niece of the deceased! that church Joined with Hatred defenders.In .
Priest, Mrs. Catharine rep- : Heart sobs children at this time of the General ther Lawrence Cunninghamwas

ito. and her husband, members the .Mann here Tuesday. Council of the Church he master of ceremonies

of St. Helena parish stre!..ed. there is an apostolate Priests of the area who attended >
Vero Beach, attended the Requiem Father Murphy was born, open to each: : to ones neighbor .
Mass for Father Murphy September 5, 1<*)4, In New Catholic High School centrally located at Melbourne where one lives, whereone the dedication included
York lie made his religious Father Charles W. Spell-
In New Beach Is employed to the one
Smyrna Melbourne I Central Catholic by Archbishop P. Hurley, which is staffed Sisters of
this week. profession in IWfJ and was Joseph by St. next to you In a crowd. He man. Father John B. O'Hare,
Archbishop Joseph P. Hur ordained to the Priesthood atExopun High School serve parishes of the Father Peter C. Dolan la the Francis and lay teachers. wanted all to be Fishers for Father Martin B. Power, Father

Icy headed the large number N.Y., June 21, 1931. Cape area. It was blessed last week founder-president of the schoolMelbourne's souls in every year, In every Donal I Noonan. Father
He completed hU seminary Felix Banos and Father John
of fi tests present In the Sacred --- -- age.
Heart Church here at 9 studies at St. Mary's Collegein Porter, a visitor! from Grand
Northeast, Pennsylvania Sharing our treasure Father DoLm celebrated Rapids.
am. when the pastor, Father
and at Mount St. Alphonsus MJ after the drdlmtlon.
Francis Donlan C.SSR, celebrated The new school stretchesout
the Requiem dialogue Seminary in Kftopus.: of shows The group assembled In a across an area that only
Study history
millenary work In
Mas*. In his sermon at the school hall for the event Father a short time ago was unde
Brazil from 19X1 to 1947, he
%l1', Father Thomas Tapp Kirby led the retifxmtea eloped and covered with
C.SS.R, poke of the real and was assigned to anklet in parishes universality of Church and the entire student body palmetto scrub. Its architecture
In the United Staten) ,
sincerity; : of purpose exemplified constituted the choir. has a simple majesty
notably in Griffin, CeorgU:
by the late Priest ; )For the occasion the chaplains The cornerstone was laid on
Boston and Orangehunc. of he effective ways ,
When Father Murphy came ONE r- to the Archbishop were October 11, 1W2, when the
to New Smyrna Beach from South Carolina. 1 He served a* if ,. mg your Faith Is I'? Father Patrick J. O'Carrolland Second! General Council of the

Spartanburg South Carolina pastor of St. Joseph Churchin \ A to lend bf"ks explaining the tFv Father James Lowe. Fa- Vatican went Into session.
Spartanburg prior to returning
a year and a half ago, he was L Catholic religion. Kindle aperson's Father
to Florida.
returning to parish work In Interest in the John A.

this Dlocene. Between 1047 Solemn\ Requiem| Mam use Church, explain some of the
and 1919 he lived at Our Lady Mhedalrd In ,'nn.IHII| _, Mary O'Brlrawith a
highlight of the Faith and
of Perpetual Help rectory in land for Father Murphy ON
Tampa and served as pariAh Thursday, then lend him a book or two. 'Faith of our Fathers'WftVJy

Priest In Sulphur Springs' aaaa0. Getting a good Catholic

The celebrant was FatherJoseph book Into a non-Catholic the variety of Its membership. radIo prorr ms ef ha Holy Some men of tie Dtoeese ct
Hart C.hSK! vice- Et Augiuunei
ti tt home Is like getting a missionary .
provincial. Father non I II.. n
Ocala' 1> ; 1 Ie
The Jacksonville WIVY
Episcopalians were all
into it.
was deacon and Father Tapp/ .
IU,**ed TrinityThe subdearon, preached the eu 4 well.Uxlo, well-dressed and Sahirda12:10 p.m.
...r That |links| are pcI..rfulalllu
seventh grade Savio logy Burial was In St. Mary'sCemetery poke English perfectly But Sh Augustine VVFOY 1240 le '
Club of Blessed Trinity school there, Mvlne) I Of- V In I.t..adln| < the Faith at the Catholic church there Sarurda12:10 p.m.

has receded its official charter flee was chanted on VVednen-. I II Illustrated' In the ('on.toal..n were Irish German and Bohemian

from the supreme councilof day evening in the Redemp- of Father. (Charlr Tal I..r farmers Mexican Daytona Beach WNDB 1150lcSahirdiy .

the St Dominie Savlo classroom tot lilt headquarters at Annap.ells. O.M.I; thapl..ln at Maya High day laborers and every 12:10 pm.
in New York. Offleers variety. Even the Sisters te
dub, Eau Gali WMEG 920
tk-hool. (aMrotlllr, Texas e.
were of diverse national ori
of the club are: Mary The Ixitiy was sent to Mary principalMother MelbourneTallahassee Saturday 12:15 pm,
O'Farrell, president; Marcia land Tuesday by Dudley "'u. He relates the events of his gins.What

Ininran, vice.president; Cheryl Herat Home. It was c''omItllnll'll M. Marguerite O.S.F., principal, dem. life In the following narration held all wx.lal these people WTNT. .1450 te:
together No economic
Tarjulno! secretary; and FusanlUjmskt north by Fattier 1111'". intercommunications in the : Saturday, 12:10 p.m.
onnt rates the system or national tie but something "
treasurw Lan of Sacred Heart pariah
Central Catholic School. From As a youngster I attended which 1340 b
here and by Father Tapp of Melbourne High spiritual they found Laie City WDSR. :
the Rcdemptoitut M 1 I 11 II I o n the central panel she can advise faculty and students the Episcopal; School. At Church the Utter anriSund..y /in the doctrine and sacra t ti Saturday 12:10 pJn.WMAF. .
lEACH MEMORIAL mental life of the
CHAPEL House, a lo In New tm'r..a; simultaneously of announcements affecting we studied Bible lessons but Church. Catholic MadisonGainesville! .1230 ta

... r..."k.rt ...... ...-.." lltach. the general student body. never received any clear or Saturday I IMSsXm.WDYH .

---,__ r satisfactory explanation of I ladled the M.lory flI the 980 to *T
SEMINOLE BEACH the Episcopal; Church. In Virtou Churches and found
MEMORIAL CHAPEL: I Saturday, 12:15 pm.
Bt those days there were no that only the Catholic Chnrrhwent
.i. ". .,...., .ta...*f \VMOP 900 to **
'c4 l 1 movies, except at carnival hack to ChrUt and the Ocala' ,
time, and of court, no radio Apo.llfi. Saturday. (12:30: pjn.WLAIC .

or television. Reading was the .1430 to: %
\ How did the other Lakeland' ,
.1.1..n.1 JIf e1Ne great Indoor sport and I was Churches come into existenceT Saturday 124.5 |uu
an omnhorous nad.r.Upon" .
....... ...... They were founded by Orlando :
A H. tr.t lt- U K the death of my various men. Luther starteda t aSu5:000 pm. F" ;1-

Ambulance Service mother, I went to live with chain reaction by setting upa t

I it I,I VA 4-U7J my uncle and aunt In Corpus Church of ills own. Soon .iTampa WFLA. 970 Ie

, ST. AUGUSTINE ChrUtL They had a library of afterwards Henry VIII ti: ?. Sund ey,1.00 Jn.
:9)00)) books and were constantly founded the Episcopal

buying more. Soon I Church, John Knox the Presbyterian
was reading Genesis, Exodus; and John Smyththe
Judges and other hate of Baptlnt. KYLE-McLELLAN INC.

-'--- the Bible. Then I moved onto By what authority did they FUNERAL DIRECTORS
fiALMsMEMORIAI. the works of Charles Dickens found these Churches Simply .
influenco for
Our schools. good Mark Twain and their own. 17 W. UNION STREETJACKSONVILLEEL

George Henty. Thin In clear violation ].)966 Continuous; Service Since 1156
Father Kdwanl: Kirby of the doff serve.<< In class panel discussion, above,
Pope l Leo XIII had but re- of the authority bestowed
Central Catholic High with Father Kirby are, from left
1nI.I'It1! li'I' HlI.l'Jd11I01"01'4 : of remit I died and I read his upon Peter by t'hrUt when
U of the religious anti lay Louise Mouchet Kathleen Klein-
and became
hu.g'.phy' | great- He Mid: 'Thou art Peter and
A. Cswye..Ives! M. Ry1N9 faculty members who spread their influenee achmitx, James Stefanec: and Ned Iv mil-reeled in the Catholic upon thin rurk I will built Jon S. 1IIoDESJR..

had Ave. So. Ph. I24SO for good to the youth they Southoff. thunh.ttrn. my Church and the gates of

hell shall not prevail agjlrutIt FUXERAT DIRECTOR
ST. PETERSBURG : nf the.
thrauih..>wt our own section IhoMch mn t *
Clearwater all working for the same hats, were by eus.('at hnli.... 1721 Gulf/ .T.ky CLEARWATER Phone' 44.30SS

SU (Wrll cause they resealed the (athnllet'hsnh Forced In ,11.tw....",* a

M,.. t'nn"'IM"",, J>rr*. kiting Dprmtlnc sad hum411 founder and a dial.\ I *

PHONE 177.7524 l trnt of the Women Club, Gulfport i rrl t.( on her ml_l k.. rounder I chose ( hri t a.4 FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
: annouiMwl. Mrs Ksrl Kl:worth Holy :>sni! ........1... the U., Ilk thurrh.
A. P. BOZA1 and members of lyric 2 will On hbnlary I1. a Valen
RIVERSIDE CHAPEL ,ere M hiie..s'. in the. teat tine cant party will be KelrlIn Rv rontraet. the PrtXMtartChurrhea Upon the completion of Instructions
3IO N. ARMNI.AVE., card |mrv until slier 1/ent. the nrUt hell <4 Holy \ eeeae*| like up. from Mondgnor
For Years
Service 61 I
TAMPA 7, FLORIDA Th. perry will l.. February N
II at IJ 1 : pm. *t the MemorUl\ I lunailon .la 76 reels and It ta t wUh IN N4.rtc at St. Patrkk's Church and

Civic Center, ClearwaterMmr r.qu.sUd that cards !lie l hunts of Christ.True. received cur) KucharUlK:

GRIFFITH CLINE FUNERAL HOME hrowshc CtMlrman for the I eMMMiterH. unworthy Lord Wanting to extend Al-ntJl fl l/jtmcnal e napti.'i. Jita
Mmr...r..hlp of the Wss were vent .Is )I,.. Whitest TatUnand men occMtMMlly In Christ's KlnjMom In the
AMBULANCE SERVICE Club hue r* ch i an online )I"... Thomas IVndrrswt in* hurtevy of the' Church be ris e II """' I became a AMIULANCE SERVICE
"T, rt-r.R-.IH: : Rei ."sash .is.. ,.. Ma. SU e123
IRADENTON -720 M.n.t.. Ave. Wed high with 311 itMMihfre. 1M'" M her rochatrman.Th but hd4g alerted| wMh the Priest in the order of Ohlate
t'I.t'KfnK.I..U11: "t.u' IU\nn:
ANNA MARIA ISLAND- 4000 M"in. Drive A i'I.'t WM' given I hy Mrs Holy. Name Women's I' ,' .'.hs and judces In the r"f Mary I mmaeulsteThrMi 1IS/MI.\1t. it rk. 3tl John John, i' Ihwllr Charltte Club Mill ,,,lrt>rjie u- iii_t c Umerit I ealrctmt| taij h Gods grate I have

ehatrnan. th.t eeveeal hun .,iejrv of the nuy' *' ('ret tai':<-ii ink alrtxly" received some ISO

BRETT FUNERAL HOME teed, garment. I.vkhng Items M I a Vu\"r t'oh' t>n '.t>!UAI'Y ft. < ':B-l t "1 CT e:."!ih.! Iat I*' >"us Into the South oft

and (..," r4 e hn* were riltrlbutH \. *. Y(3 It "t\1\ have Nrn l rntto i ir1' *.' the (SI'! a ( nt and ho|. to hole ;
34WIOI tally o\'tf the Nliit h me and fi\ fvgn mlins.: ( *) ar.dI.* L: present many more.

.ys, MUMM ".,.. also sent to
O UDownsFord I'J Ca tit. Vincent t>.P'ul JWntetT inCM DIRECTORS

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N" ".... ,. Y..., T._ d. e_ p.rrk.e In New Ye k.I..t. [
r.._ ..... eM ___ ) ... csMrtbuted 19:1': Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Home

hours 01 Iwe.tUl rk scto
trretun4 Mrs Anthony 1m-
Funeral Home Inc. Mar rtwaU1Ma, : T.lepl.e.e/ II4-Jilt

)*?.. Fed ,.,.**.*. *aneryrKeirsMn 24XHJR AJultAANCE SERVICE

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feced a vhort "$'1\111\ rf
I1nrt : 'ullabltoltiardl..f. of Ynr Means tHe N*in ery arm< Hs .4ajs, s.St.. P..re1 sr F.ei F., 49 TH'I

Mrs. Pie.4 m MM. the V r.-
T. R. Downs, President D. W. Ford, LF.D. cry iHinetl .Is our first .v JOHN S. RHODES, Inc.. Funeral! D r.cton

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. Research interest kindledI

HOuI uv 1.ec' in iracr U o/ the here ta 11* laboratory '13tadtliaj tIdre-

JOHN I.IrCtNSEO GORMLEY JIO S*. FWrJ.MY2KI1 A.... teals, M s4.e>ts at IkNcwr OM&Ca41.Me UMs' are. from Wi. JeoeACkMrtlM lertefWt, HJ E.*. CUM a.. 5i I M A... ........ 16.21'"
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7 v The Florid Catholic, Friday February 7. 19G-1


Farewell tribute paidto Y'i III t


Priest from Spain I

ORLANDO-Spaniah Priests In this Diocese gathered ....d. He dwe{ Bred It. He was'

here in Central Florida for a farewell prepared by Archbishop one of the first la brl., cU 41

I Joseph P. Hurley for one of their number Father .. here.
Manuel Macias. who ia returning This Diocese brought Obrs's '.
to Spain. goodbye to Father Maclas Priests back to Florida to
Spain.ends Ti fT last week help the Faith become stronger
10 uiIS nemU-
Monsignor John P. Ole-
phere missionary-minded .
Priests diocesan Nulty V.G. and Father JohnJ. It was done the Archbishop ,
a society of Priestly "Obra Lenlhan headed Chancery said because we needed the ... r
Priests Joining in the farewell
with the willing priestly! hand extend":
Hierarchy of
this country. Father to Father Macias. ed to us by the Bishops and
Macias. Speaking upon the occasion, diocesan Priests of Spain.It .
upon his return to Madrid Priest to bid farewellAt I
will work In the central the Archbishop praised mod. means he said, many returning Spain
secretariat .
era Spain's effort .
Masses Sunday
more on :
of that society.Monsignor to send missionaries care of scores of people a farewel 1 hcd! In St. Charles social in an administrative office with "Obra," the Father Charles C. Anderson, Archbishop

Charles A. Bar- where they art needed. In the parishes and In has. hall In Orlando n\ Thursday evening, Jan. Priest-acndinj society. Priests I attendingwere Hurley Father Miguel: Garcia, Father Terrnce .

tok was host to the group of This Diocese, he said is pluls who are being eased by uary 30 Father Manuel Maciaa was guest from left Father Manuel Couto Fa J. Karrtlly, Father Fabian Gimcno Monsignor .
officials Spanish who and diocesan ever mindful of the fact that the Priests' administration; of honor. Arch h.shop Joseph P. Hurley, then Jaime Lara, F'ather Jose Cortes, Father John P. McNulty V.CJ., Father IferntrJ

gathered to say the Catholic Spaniard passedthe spiritual help for the "bra front, renter1 thanked Father Macias stand Kmllio Garcia, Father' Jon Ruin, Father Father J. McKadvlen Father Hubert J. Reason Father .

Faith to us here. They ce ros." tog! between the Archbishop and monsignor Felix Ranoa. Father Antonio Leon, Father Alb -rto IXx*, Father Antonio Pons,

Daytona BeachFLORIDA not only discovered the islands continent More than that there habre William Mullally I' A. V.F. Father Macte Francisco Lopez Monsignor Charles A.liartok. Father Jo ..' Luis\ talent, Father Diego Concsa

and adjacent the prlcflr. teachingof who aviated at St Mary's )>aruh in St. Monsignor Mullally, Father John J. Father "Frank M. Mouch, Father Alfredo
but this section of }Florida
where they planted the Cross. religion history, language. lYtersburg was sued to Spain to serve. << I. nlhan, Father Maclaa, Father Joss Otl. Martinet and Father- --Manuel- Morales.New ..---
---- --- --
-- -
bringing young .liurrtcan
I VN Thou, he added l. the t Span- U touch with the reltare lettcrFrance's

lib Priest today I U nut one that I* Upaln, anti Us ('bet.< Washington films Daytona Beach

U a strange land. 1C U his u.. furtltudr. ..,Me.. N.S.U, sea ,IassStt.a

v.. vv Bishop for Poland You bring to us, the Archbishop schemes affect U. s. florally n hjrrtl ,iihU Welcome Travelers
told I the Spanish
for general |Mln>ituiI.V.UY > Furniture
Polish diocese of Czestochowa Priests the breath of men in.spired recognition Asia' Will IVIptng's influ plains tie l riinillkMi, a C.\ MIMMM Porch and Pate Specfalt'etRaHaa :

without a leader since the who are young deeply for FRANCE'S could ha\ nice and awrre Mlon 'l\tlttlln lute department pubifcatkmappear tl'hlllppinr.l VVrcuqM Iron
distinguished great
v death last July of Bishop Aluminum' ;
A-i.i, while" Wettrrn preelige **! with an InterviewiMtretary '
Catholicity. He asked Father radical.arle Zdatslaw Golliukt has a new fMlU off "rlMr|>i) How will It.Ir".t c>f state ivsin Husk Highway; I-OrmonJ BeacH
lie .U Bishop Stefan Macias: to carry home with log Influence on hu" i tMUMMomlly >
.hi,+nireUtkriM ".Ih had given to JapAnes twir -
IS FULL lUrela. 47. who had been auxiliary him the thanks of the Dioceseand events. The effect C# W I.. rr Western aU**.T ..p xktlvrit for brxMikat In ehlecll.aakle

OF DANDER MOMS to Bishop Gollnskl. The 400th the anniversary word of of the Spain's great good or It could! b* bud.Kruiw There are other e nltteratloru. Japan at >ear<>nd. In part for nil

appointment by Pope was Paul announcedher VI. spiritual conquest of this the ,I.".point ..f the many of them .... to "We are very much ronrernetl 1 fllMN OK TIIK I.UIM)
hume.IVIping. ('ollrM (IsrtlnTenrM
land. about the .'tI'u.l. that
fulled at this dim IIm
Italian and American FeedS .. "It find In IVIpInx In thl.mo..t .
PRINTINGletter .ff .. hov. of good. .*dovh dljr r < IIBANQUET
Open S fM.'ri 11 P.M. Pontiff urges utilrr the t'J&. In greatest merit iwtUnl, the k'creUry
Press and Offset Immediately, **&. quttMns -,. teem rail In hurt He sided
Banquet' Facilities CoucKmen Printing Co. preneflt theflfwelve: ) that Hnl Chliu It "promotln ;:LAKE WALES
e Closed Mon4yi t. Mcllwr, o.... help stamp Will It lead to the earlyI!Irnlllanre 1'1'1''IJlM"OUIIy champions the Mea, cf militancy ofvltfttruu MPH'T"EA'TIIt' ,
worM. revolutkm.. and hostile promo:, '
CL 2-42S4 131 Magnolia of Red Chess to ,th.,"
SAN REMO out illiteracy t1'.ITIN 11 M. has jxfwiwt )U..I Chln Han e"f whet they call the:: Fcb',9.t hr,* t 11
United Nations? WM1! it b< !II' "
| mwMllmr 'In 1..111A....**'- world revolution
RESTAURANT r.UROSIZH TPtISKAl1VEIITIgkRt: ('ITSf') lied China Uk Kitl lie MtxUMtd' Ivlplng of I Iterferlng I. ""
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1270 SO. RIDGEWOOD : : Pope Paul VI has called on seat on the UN **. < i over the Influence In the Internal: sf. FACILITIES
WHO SITI'UKT all Christians to stamp out HP.I ('hi...'. |ceei4er< (1au ;
curtly Council < a fairs >f countries In lhihemisphere : ',
CL 2-1357 YOUR Illiteracy throughout the d .
CATHOLIC IMPEU Ku: Ul may hat ei rt"' of ieclal.r butt-
chain ..4't101In Aria and through agents Fe* your
world. throughout the wwcUT his |f* loHfl ..Af"'nOUr' end IhrvuKh the irsiumL .ka PUt ufnu .H..I '""di.>: it have yew

Kx| >akBg| to dlrrrtor of the Will It man HJ t t4wi' .." At )sin the (time Krsnre sot I i.f fiMwU". He sold I Ih. i. li 1 neit .".:, .t th.. EMIERS.Whaloer .

WILSONDRY lUlUn wnUllua ..l rJnta- no longer I... ewtaleed Red Chin niiniinrvfl mutual, alms liwlkatluM It Is h. i i If Ur O'U; f Mi', IHM4KI

CLEANING tor1I, I.u... Paul .. ": Interfere lit the lute 11| .f the she el, yea

fairs vt A frit a ri nit)< i n;% .. 'function, f from" 10 .. ISO
1o and LAUNDRY SERVICE To the surprise of quite a '-J' tWe i it a tuitable teens wet; .

few people, It has come to be Florida ReportsMaitland ".. ear sue ......... with W ) Inq l#, yew -..
ficimp and Delivery; known through recent sun r.l|>lBg .. UM-MW," Mr,

V 2 Location vejs carried out throughoutthe Steak c'o.u...... "". have TKo MtvUe, tile MtKn: ). tile(

OK 7.301OR 7.341 world that Illiteracy usually DeBary .... si. ....lIn....... .! their ,fe.4 e...,.IIi.; ..,| year
Elinor Yiflage 124 W. Grenade considered' to be dimin CIO; eUtlede. er pink). ,ey 'e.d I. handled. wilt. ,
Kt, MaryKt. )fagdalee
ishing. Is actually a graver The CatholM Youth Or. nl. .-. .. the ",m',. rave,
problem% with the) growth of Mary MarlaWn's Wong "They er. Instating that ..... ..... .. ,
ution'bf Rennin I.
culture. Such a lid calamity en's Guild will hear> Xfrs. sianenV.log "vie mutt surremW ) ", mu.*, ,. I
FOR BETTER GROVES AND CROPS USE cannot leave the Church In. avld H. Hartman rtrl-w the a MardI Gras tall on .>". U U cwt up a., IM. Hut In any .. "t> .. ...

different, nor those who are ImntL. "Friends. Roman's amiProtestants" nary ITeem9.Uto1lpm: event .. wonl (urrrn<1.rtrmoM EMBERS
Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite MoGluln Mu.l will U prodded by the We ran't surrender ... -
honored' with the name of by Josepti T. >
well known l .l .. ..
Kha .
Christian" 8.1.. on Fehrw 11. < a ten or eWven niiilt l n |-" I.)
.. .. .... House
& Hi-Calcium Lime All --- Imperial
A pariah spring
Daytona BeachOur been scheduled for p 'i hlon.. ( alholM YotHh OriantaalhiMrehllns I.niu4.. MI ('he nMlnUnd h I .* -.. It h.,.MJ !*....
FROM ers Af Kt Mary M if'Ulenfhurth ; tG the 19 II or UKradM ,.... lit. 19)0 S. AH...U
Ljuijr of Lourdes. .'. it are I"........ Tit dens' Mtd.TWte '. ...."........
CRYSTAL RIVER $lfARJllESfHCHifirtP ( on April wassnnowwe'I Den U 1 14. have always !Iwe': .i "I" .....:\ II4 Uf. Ph.-. CL 21511 i it.
The Woman's Club lisle week t" Fh ,
repoffs ,
y fee.ui.. IM the I'M. sit I ; ." .
Cryj l ft?**. Woriefo ft&HOtf; that volunteers are being. ther Hubert J. !Uo r. > Will St. Petersburg M'aehl.g... who fat.rel 0.,..... leash,

OR YQUR SFRtAOtH SERviCfe nude: available for service, at *" McLaughlin ha' twistiewlvti this .....'wwwnl ..." g''111'' if
the new Mater Del Home for irmeral. rhalrn .4 ML Paul lid CIaI.... They f'",.t..leiIt ,
the aged. the event RfrMitai VM of ,... WSMMW'S Chito .f ... WM the "....11.'" tau.,, I.. 1'1.y1 Tr4...|'. '
A final note was made of the pariah ll"ly N..... ...1H..r, 1...I perish will ituMpr UMtr .... 1wiW C the 'fit arg", .J
DAYTONA ;ItttalDi'tcownt S.I.' the Orlando Oolrel 1 I-..iwry Altar .HurlHy\ eat \\ ......', annual. earl J<*"rtjr wi IVtruarjr )- Itie i. sa.M l such a rout' *. Daytona Moving & Storage Co. 3
meeting wMrh will, be c.u. GuM met" this wee< # to I I.IU.t. I. II at oar ..... It wW. !>. Auwtts M Ilk)) VAN 1.INM |Inc<

ducted In D ytona. About plans fir lot affair hW In UM eoMefta at lot A v.. Mew. ...* My thai. with UTnrl I'KMXMIIS

FURNITURE 2ijn women are esp.ct*
The St. Patrkk's danre has darns h.Inn.... ThoiiMs twlkm ta OM dollar.Closing the .aslMany of HUMM byIp.s
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promise of being a modal and h.tDftOn and )of re. I d A.
nnanrUI funcUMi. AU e4relMof I....'..'... ItfwcUl. e n' .. SHOWROOMSRobert .... lo sweet.... sad train the
cZs the women's club will aka chairmen are J*" M< Oil Co.
Fwmt\r. prtteipe.te In rsMng frn4 Mrs. luymacul Uw ,->< .*.1 11.1 1.1N tI C\('J 'Ole Pe4gdng ....... Cunningham

L While, Pr... The UU of tMs d. n e. Is hire J. hi Kt...rhrtIUMTVtlarM North Carolina! supreme That .. *.< Mteg, 'ealt..

M.Klo.t" : Airport; Off H' -ST tl March II at the DnyVxvaPUsa. fur it. r.>Wt > court M. U|.... a kml. ..sunday < ..... CL 3-7622 DAYTONA BEACH

Sl.wr.e. 4 Oppose; T.rwsnaf; I.W'-; Mrs, Mary Mlnsita sMMts MeMMt IWekeeel few ......... ck-d.a last tMli.nt 1 by
Nary MHlovern are MlA !IK. Mary MatBaal ,.rlslkCM two ('hartolte .....uftt ..1 thse't airy. HIt, ...

"'r.. of White. r...."..ry U. Trr.. braes.Tbs. 'il..issi.i si .ta N.s.*<.* p....' "fOUHH CfMIIAIIOfl;. .}tWILUS -SI 4C1 Illl"
HEW OWNERSHIP INVITES YOU day of canilmiMssIs "' .1M fait wltt best le .*."t, F.ne.ry ... law borr. aU seas ear "Mrtt wwM Met ...., >e

pUnn 4 far ..*. f>rt frt. 14. 1& the Ml V. 'SM rp. fr thrr ateul'Ing almlaree. ...... with Mb.. .......- Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons
TO: DISCOVER dot, erf the" _... /ttMSt dIdt Meta I....... ''WIllI. i...... 54 ........... ta4acatask. ..... ear 'sure P..dul." ear

will b tip ..s At il IS UMchurrti 7**.%* are ll M dot ,. ....... .. nerve..... end m.p. .... _, M+e.i ..... say sieve p.,:.y'...J J..el'-.a

THE WLmnitlawL TWINS for as hour md a ItsHUir taerl4 tohnuld he rur\<- wIi' .... roe. ....la. r., dairy .... CL 2 Htl A-.....* G.M VMif I IH H. leash, s.

." "u< March I IS Ii aanOer Uv Urecirrf > ay' Mm Jugs ha' 4tMT IoM hr 'esMni errhhseTM .
> .It for on that reining 777*.. Mra MM t ., ahoPat.l'ee.e.s dsm. ..._ ....nJ'l'WMt lMl i hue M ....tart bur e..rbra's that THUNDERBIRD BEACH MOTEL
W. AMrMMys Caret .tl4 h*.. If S4 I .1M tail. hilly .,1tMe N UMudShean de .... Vat, MB U IMPOVDER ...e.. Mp. N w ,'e.se. .... r..e *..W'.
tend. are
lu first HM*.te.L TM La'4.. lrteawew/ae. MSJtmn .,., ......... hw .. ea rlr .. _-... w w.w.
r Woovaa's f:* b wW .... -n. La.yw..... t Nor ew.4PMMe Mel lb.N4Mi1 l..e..I. sae _fl........ ".4 ".at..
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BEAUTY SALON n-.e ''.*'-.' p-' **.
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rho .nrt LOCATION ALL YOU CAN EAT $3.25 a 3."') .- r owe. eaI.M ....
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_ Altar boys came from all around to see ordination e in Cathedral of two Priests for Diocese of St. Augustine I

'Other sheep'special work of new Priests

MllmiMl. fn.w Pit II
: 1 she was receiving the Augustine, will he celebratedby
Lt priestly Meaning from him In the' Cathedral on

the : rtedmond it was noted huntidy February 9 at 0 a.m. 1 1A

she debcends from Vin
Monsignor Burns will be

,, Solana. The latter was the assistant priest and Father -

) in St. Augustine In OShea, the master of

and and his name Is believed ceremonies. That afternoon i1r

the family to be on the from 3 to 6 p.m., townspeopleare : f
parish registers In the Invited to meet the new
those of the Cathe-
Priest at the Columbus Club .
where )'ath..r'as or- during a reception. He will

nf.'fJ. Mr. Solana was the give hU first blessing sFamily

great grandfather of the
Many of the Slaters of St.
} l Joseph of St. Augustine attended
now maternal grandfather the ordination Mans
I older I late Andrew J. Fellker last Sunday. Father Redmond
.' hut as hU ..n.lItorran- attended their classes in Ca. .. .
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are I the Mlnorcans from New St. Joseph Academy helor.ent..rln gives son to God

Reach to St. Augus upon his seminary
; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Redmond of St. An-
II Ing when the Oldest City was studies.
) gustine's Cathedral' kneel for the
In ; the rule of the English. parish blessingof
wph' Priests of the Hartford. their( eon. Father Lawrence Redmond. It was
rim history crowded Into diocese taught him at bU one of the happiest moments of their lives to receive
thoughts of the family Thomas Seminary and Benedictine -
I his priestly blessing just after the ordinationon
week, when Father Red monks at St. Bernard
to Sunday.
; offered 1 his first Mans Seminary where he has Justcompleted
In ) Mission bf Nomhre I>e l his theological entered the seminary he wasa the direction cf Father
fur ) ; lie Mid I I the Mass in the studies in St. Bernard Ala counselor at the diocesan Thomas Schnurr OSB.
) chapel, offering it bama. Father Redmond has
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Good Counsel at Floral
U Camp
Father Them's mother
the people of the DUxebe was
also studied at the CatholicUnlv..r.lty
Father Thoin the Augustine. of America Wa&h- City where he wa head counselor born In Ballyjamesduff County .
home ) DC for the past two ,wnm.r. Cavan Ireland. In 1M9.III .
( ,. .Umn for f'. Ington
and ) 1 l H Mass ..
the 1.Marl. Kedntond, a natlte of HU For eight summers after he I. father, Andrew F.
Father Theln Is a native of
Theta Is a aiatlve ef teeick-
Morning Star he FxJgeworth. Pennsylvania. He
ley Heights, PeanAjrlvanU..
began his seminary studies at
In / b st. Philip Neil School of Boston where. this. spring the eo..
blessed inJacksonville Ik'I College In IKS. In 1904: pie looks forward te the. relobratloB

aged he went to Alabama' St. ) ef M years .! wedded
Its l Bernard Seminary. rife.
Before entering the seminary
(' In 1955 Father Tbeln's The new diocesan Priest

fr..I1...) from r... II also: activities were diversified.He celebrates his first Solemn
was connected for 10 Mass In Sewlckley at ft p.m
near to the time honored St.Mary's <
Home for homelecs years with the Fidelity Trust on February 9. A receptor
Company, Pittsburgh Penn will follow his parishioner
children nr children t.mpoorarill
without shelter. H sylvania. He served his coun- and friends of St. Same,
e try In the Armed Forces for Church at the parish hall .,*
nol h ln.tltull orated by I Ih* NUtrr' .>f HI.Ju ...fOl"f'A years In Italy! with the Fifth Father Them himself Is anative
.r|>h of Ml..tugu.tlne. .. Army during World War II. of Edgeworth. psylvanla <
has While In Italy, Father Theln where his brand "
Many of the.e Sl.ters M
new \ << attended an audience with sisters also were b\l I
well ai minlnTi. of the Aux
City the late Pope Plus XII.!
llUrles of l b/lh home and They are the late dlThem
>'houl attended" the tl"Jli'a.tlon Jesus ; After serving. In the Army Kane who .Is < .
hut Sun ) Palm Beach Florida, a well Kane and two sons IA'i A
At the dmltoallAn, all of the f>f th 1 I driller and tool dresser In and Charles Thomas K f \
f;, ,tors of Uiealer Jaikatm* la.. | \
Pennsylvania, a bout mechanic Regis Thein, married v
t4'ie' were remt' (tVmic. < witha ),. In Canada an accountantfor two children In Edgew, "
'i Unt I.etore. 1at her John \ I the Missionary Bun. hiss Wllheimlna E ThE
hero all ami" >attar Jaime (-.. r Foundation In Palm" Beach who lives with their par,, .
I.:iia were rhapUliM. and Father { .loriila and later In st. Augustine and Mrs. Walter J. Elder ('

I.iwreme ("Cunnlncham | Florida ant last summer West Palm Beach.
r..".I-T of ceietnonl-N.. to theM FT*i l he was a guide at the After the ordination fan

Are hhl'twp. to celebrate Mass Mission. of Nombre d.. Dies In St. Augustine Sunday, the
I,K-gmor" ratrkk K.: No. II...., In St. Augustine.In new Priest and both families
1,.n. tltNin of lrte ts of the wee celebrate Father Rrdmond, while Father Theirs the way of a hobby. Father were guests of honor at a
ari.4, atteiMlvd Morning attar when It this w.)lts his turn. Roth still wear the TK4n Is an a(romDlt hedvtotinUL luncheon served at the Pare
f. I "I l II." t.1 Its OMlall.gltit ; the ; J! 1 Priests chasuble unfolded acrotts their shoulders. \ He began taking de Leon Hotel Motor LM *.
t1 Itr ') hi". J I! II I \ lr> < Here U lessons as a y-th and for The slur. boys, meanwhile
I.w. .. )g .,> C' .'':' '1 of t : hands of the put five and a !half years were gathered at the Cathedral
the r :- I I :t. L : :! he has studied tls :a under Lyceums


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Rat father sister and brrtbrt and k? Iklh! f'toeJ".ntnaJ&. has KnJl
Father Law ,ICe dnxJ'a sass 1Jn, o teal cmsM f rats oil 0 ft.wa .hest a ... X Kfts Theist also .

tnl )are numbrni ..f 9t AU< Jut Snadajr t> tee. Father Charles I Pisatyhraasa. Mr, tad ""-. ti\'alte I
I Johns County rt lallph'Met( at The4a ccxUlEMKl .in the CatkeO t o* St.Atuaatsue. J Q4r> VfX .M tnr.!. Mtat FWrae;
tlon list Sunday from left, ; Aadrrw F. S-rwVi.. f.t Wect rate' 8f-ac1.

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Support your Catholic Charities on February 16


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u Most gracious Jesus, who diilM t raiMj: up
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blessed! Vincent to l hc an :npcbtlcof! Thy

most ardent charity in the church., |pour
forth upon Thy!KTvnnU that saute' fervorof

: charity, that for love of Thee, they may

'. with a most.. t ready,heart ))estow thcirgood;
upon| the |poor and sjwnd themselves for
t their f.( tlls.


SUN.-FEB. 16, 1964

Catholic Charities ;

sacrifice one day's income

By Father John J. Lenihan

T Diocesan Executive Catholic secretary(harpies

'J WHAT the Catholic Charities agencies have accomp-

during the past 20 years cannot be assessedIn
this life.The agencies' work Is accomplished entirely by
good Catholic laymen and women. In the eternal records
of God their work of zeal and devotion to their fellow

man will Till many pages. It will be the more meritorious
because it has been done:
thollc homes bringing Joy
quietly and without fan to the fortunate adoptive par.
fare scarcely known to any ents and bringing a wonder
hPriests of us except those directly ful beginning to life for the
concerned. child is blessed In the eyes

They mill record their work of God.
In the courts to save children Cher the years too they
hose helped many families to
who hate begun on the road
work out their problems and
to crime to accept guardianship to live happily together.
of those unfortunate and They hate helped the agedto
frightened children who. hats be admitted) to our Docean !
I on diocesan Board been Abandoned by a callous homes.

mother or father or to aid hate counselled and
Special care is given to planningthe siding as chairman of the board. Members those whose parents the court helped They unwed mothers to

annual appeal for Catholic Charities are, from left, Father Hubert J. feels cannot properly care for start anew with faith In God
by Priests on the diocesan board. Reason, Father Laurence E. Higgins them. and In themselves, and witha
I Recently, they met In St. James rectory Father John J. Lenihan, secretary, Their work with children new hope In the future
Orlando, with Monsignor Pat Monsignor TraInor, Father Terence J. In foster homes, trying to here and hereafter.It .
and Father Martin B. Power. heal the emotional wounds Inflicted
fourth from left Family .
rick J. Tralnor pre I Is for these reason. that
In unsuitable homes
we bring the work of oar ('..
and environments, trying to
holic agencies I te yournot
give the attention and love
United Fund Ice.
which they have been deprived .
of for so long, will be glad- You have made their work
741.ire Jy noted by the recording possible In the past and we
accepts our niL. know that :you will sacrificeone
Their work too In placing day's pay to continue.
six agenciesIn newborn tables In food C- ttts wonderful' work.

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1941 aU sir regional of. ,
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flees of the Catholic Charities .
Bureau will be participating

agencies of their local United C

The office U Oraaft, "..
d halo and Ilrear4 CoaatlM

In Brevard office for were nMker accepted hlp' Ut this ,solemn..,.

Mrs. Detty J. Robbins secretary In the Agencies In Duval 11111-
I Brevard Catholic Charities Bureau, staffs the borough and Plnellas Count

office dally In Eau Gallie. ties renewed affiliation.


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Program for CubansMiss

Josephine Sagas, left, of the staff of
Catholic Charities assists young Cubans supervised -
by the refugee program in completing' their
alien registration tam

Diocesan Cuban youth

program to continue

TIE provision of foster home -care for Cuban refugee

M --,. was continued during 1963 by the Diocese
through Its regional offices of the Catholic Charities
I Brovard board one year old Bureau.
from Cub lately. the oogoto -
During the lint of Vnaccompani.debtldren' care of thuae who .,
year operation retary; standing Charles Price, William art
In Brevard County, Catholic Charities Nibler, John Hett, John Atkins cared(parents for Mill In In foster Cubs)homes are Heed earlier keeps this pro.
opened an office In Kau CUUie. gram active.The .
and Roland Grady, Other members of throughout the kx-toM awl
first annual report was heard last this board Include Father Charles VY.Spelbnan. attend pariah sciweU+ on a children convey theirapyrectaUea
to their
month at the board meeting attended Father Peter C. Dolan regular beets with. their in l-ubs and Catholic Charities parents
by, from kit, sealed. Patrick Bta
er. Lwti DeMarkis. Judge Kendall T. American frtewk. hi received numerous letters
Father Martin. Power, Father John B. Moron Louis Michel. and Anthony Although there hare been and cables of tK-i ks fromSupport
O'llarr Thomas AgUo, executive see KIH'C tit. very few cMMren arriving them

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; The Catholic-
: Charities Hure -
,i 111, .u I Ie constantly peeking
-: ; suitable foster home In
which to board children
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a temporary haul.
t.' New born Infants are boarded
C1ii:.. .- -. In foster home for a few
week prior to being pUctwl
Interviews with adoptive couple. Room..
and hoard for the table U ................ rss.ar stay.tssaPresident's >

I Interviews form a large part of the work of parent paid monthly by Catholic to the Charities foster picturo
personnel in the Catholic Charities
In addition to 11|
Bureau. Above. Miss Patricia Neus hold\ aa In. and medical cocU. WlfIt was learned that President John .F.

terview in Tampa's office v Older children' are aha Kennedy you to be in Tampa en November IS,
placed for short period of the teachers and pupil of Morning Star School!
Um w h t n circumstance wrote him a letter of welcome! At the saute time,
nuke It Impossible for them they requested<< his photograph.; The lato "I'rmi-

Morning Stars to remain In their! own home dcitt'a .picture, abate, was' mailed from the White
bceure of the illness or ak* llou.4 on the day of aw death November 22,
acitce of one or both pjrtnU. 1063.

geared to help 1

THE Morning Star School program WM begun In 19M
a program to facilitate the Catholic education of w r

physically handicapped youngster Recently the School
have begun to include the educable mentally handicapped r
children because of the large number who have asked
for help in this area. Morning Stan do not limit en-
rollment to Catholic chil.dren .
children each. This fact enable
teachers to incorporate
"If we have spec and we deal
a good of Individual In-
feel I we can help the children" truction Into the '\ rydjyprogrnm.
they are accepted," those In .
charge ttate. The actwul: day I Is very aimIUr -
The name, Morning Star \0 the regular CSailvall
School fur exceptional children Mhool' day. Morning' Star
covers the many types allow a longer jwriod of time
of handicap which the for the children' to cover th*
schools are equipped to han. material In the regular curriculum -
die-excluding of count, the and they have aom -
gifted or superior child un< extracurricular program J
Star Schools
lees they tat* an accompany. which teachers fit Into the Morning are specialCatholic
tag physical dlMbtltty. IK hedule.Among.
Charities provide a"(*. one I I. proposed for St. Petersburg,
All of the Catholic childrenare the* Utter, are
cial! school for the education of f'h'aj.taUy i. Above, at Tampa, are Blater Mary
prepared to receive the physical" therapy speech therespy.
aarramenl Sometime It mule therapy and oo han''lcarJlf''hIMr.n' and the Daniel" 8HJ. and Mra. 1 Kenneth 8cht.
take three )ear or mute of cuMtk[ >nal therapy hUh liv educable' mentally retarded In Jack man In a classroom that has a |lraill., I
Inten.lve I ti\KlU.n, but cluales l various craft anal aonville Orlando and Tampa. aa gifts writer a tape| recorder and IYI"|
they can ]learn and understand typing. The oreuiwtienal. therapy are available, more of these Morning writer.
that which it require! ta not geared m much toVixMtioiul War School will be buUU The neat

In Jacksonville the Anh- training .. to other ... .
bl>hop has JlMt Messed the g Morning War khuol.! lu location The main ebjrethe of this !. arranged.Ktwy / :
I It at 734 Mk-kler !toad. type of work are to give tfc* rMM r......*. M* full
Arlington, cm the amt child a NftIICP of aocontflMt sense of one and urJ r.Ui.lMK -
ground all Most. the King anent, to Leech him to finish No chow. r <*4M the pity
Church anti School a Job to all him tklil' of dec.UrHy. that ottwn sushi like to tt.
The building debated' last arvl to promote acwp- level
Sunday I lie a permanent horn able social l t..hll'k,r. Tate Warning Mar .sleets
and can -omnuxlute 40 chlW No one child receive *eparti have fiHind this program ,InIt t't ++
dren. The curroonu: are 6>- !: )spate- :'i e' try pr gr >mti entirety prahU ...t; t.. remark' +e
aliened fur a nvaxtmum; of 10 offere'L R.JI'K>, .:; '::1.J.! .U ftc< >,'1.

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.. Boy comes to live hero
I Board of Tampa Bureau moots
lira Tlaorses C""y call. Matto this > ',,kl, fl l
The biers! of tM Tamp aUv.J1Q:: IIIUlna. fUn t kUmrr aM /lamaDavis. at ........ The f.*. ...,...... and this 1.1|
chariots Dur"1II receetly hell,. a meet. back row. Wr., It. M. (Te+rN. we.rbev share the taN..lout the .... Msw k19 -

Ing at Tamf. la the trait row from Mr*. Oerft Jenkins Mr*. Arthur Oln- WAW.i aril, 1tMe. (aust/rtt artiaw. to C&II....tae
left are Miss Martha Kr.fKO. e efu- bnfw, mask CaMahaji. and Darks 0.."".. bdp f4mon puma PAW .MONO. t I.i delefaisnt -

the acrttary. Father l..autrtKO II Tea ay. tattle c..wg.

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St. Augustine, of course, Inwhera
It all began In the


When the Cross of Christ

was planted there nearly 400

years ago at the Mission of

Nombre De Dion, then too was
the seed of Christian
planted .
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civilization In a permanentsite ... .
In this New World ........- -
and the diocesan Priests t .
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brought ChrUti charity; with f I'c '. "' cfi. .. -.1> nri7
them. "" ,;: .: .....'". .....'" __ -
-- MHBH <* uibjKB However In modern parlance
giving to Catholic char. Board meets at All Saints HomeThe I
ity began with the "orphans'
collection" of generations ago board of directors of the Catholic Charities. Pictured from Lobrano, Father John J. Lenihan,
when St. Mary's home Catholic Charities Bureau met in left are: Mrs. Ivan Korson, Miss Leo T. Bowles, Clyde King Father
wan an old fashioned "ors>han.IIge" Jacksonville on January 6. The Kathleen Reilly (executive secretary Walter J. Bueche CSSJL, James
and before
downtown board will hold their succeeding of the Jacksonville bureau), Mullaney John Lanahan Shannon
Catholic Charities Bureau
began.the meetings at various institutions in Mimi. Louise Clark Mrs. Joseph F. Linnmg James Monohan and Arthur

Jacksonville to familiarize themselves Marron, Mrs. Jesse Elliot, Mrs. N. Solke.
The first regional office of with the services offered by Helene Simmons Mrs. Thomas S.
tb. Bureau wit JdrfcM
.11I.'.., then as now Matted ..- "-- -" '-
I., dependable lay profennlonIn ifr
In, headed by Mls Kathleen .1

Now, of course the February
Charities collection takes
care of many who are not
orphans. Naturally It sup-
ports those dependent Children
but It now maintains
moMt of the children In fouler
M.a...,,''''e.v "t .,olwtrlltlnl
.xwn_ at the Morning .r
War Schools for the handicapped .
It shelters unwedmother
*. It provides. for car
of the aged and sick. It works
to reunite families
Every: person with an Income
Is pitted<<: to give of
his or her substance to the
works of Christian love. As
one pastor has put It, "It Is
not necessary to plead l the
can of Charity to the true

( thlIc." The February appeal _n ..
l Is this beautiful. Catholic
CD Wie. Proposed home for aged in Orlando I

Owl"IKt amwar
lsrOrK arKe
CA IWQIJC Caw is 04 C1JN'IU' 6f. MA"".VANsr

fnI at Z IN'J*VMS
aocest a .tr .wcvsn r \ .r?" ,,tie

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Add Christ Child Center to map One last lookOrlandoChildren

Soon to be occupied| in Tams| is collection In mid.February this year at Marts Stella Villa home under
the new<< Christ Child Center, a child- will help provide funds for two more
caring home In the tradition of St. homes and clinics for the aged -orw Charities in Winter Park took one last

Mary's Home at J Jacksonville. will propelled for Tampa, one for Orlando; look before they helped to undecorat the Christ

go on the map filM away, showing and |>ropn* tl Morning Star School mas tree. Several groups in Central Florida gave
facilities of the Catholic Charities Bureau for the handicapped children of the St. parties. decorated and provided gifts for thchildren.
of the Process. Meanwhile, the Petersburg arra. .

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The Christmas storyIt's

traditional! at St. Mary's Home In Jacksonville
", for the Archbishop to come for a visit
at Christmas In eager anticipation the children
above, rehearse the Christmas program, including
C' rx 'WI. ''r1.li-" i the living crib. Help Archbishop fare for them
I by giving to Catholic Charities ,*
Morning Star helps ,1 t tA __ 14I f If ; ,'-' Tr1U:
Morning Star, whether in Sister Joseph Marie's J :,, ), t:, .
classroom above or wherever 8'ru a school for ... JA. / .'
children with muscular dystrophy cerebral py, spinal .Jft: '
I bifoda, polio, partial hearing or light blindness, aphasia, ; "
retarded autism brain, injuries, a* well aj the educable mentally- ..1..t......-.:.y .

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'It's for children'

I A group: of St. Paul parish women In Jacksonville I
hears Sister Joseph' Marie explain the need
for Morning Star School serving "exceptional (hU.
dren" in our mldAt.j .
Sister Mary Ann's legacyA

pioneer Irish Sister . J.chonvUlet.: Xlarys H me This. founder of the
chld) who adopted her ant Sister Uary Anns |.>rtrslt
has a plate of honor In the Catholic: Charities honw

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J Sisters of St. Joseph

! Auxiliary serves St. Mary's Aooth -'fca rt.r a*< 1 by St Mary's. Horn* .In Jacksonville U. the late
t Among the leaders of the 8t Mary Alters and Mrm., John f:'vtn. Tory ftwttr MsnM.iM s a 4 her SMncUIrs of ttl>ct
I Httme Auxiliary In Jacksonville: & air, carry on a I long IrtdtUcr of uwuniuuty days In downtown Jackr Hague& (Carrying Ih*"/
j from kft. seated. Mrs., fled David, volunteer arvk* to this 'inset tn tit.... an the" seee s fe .. 1'r asp 1
I Mrs. John J, HeU Jr. Mrs. Robert _bid, J lured la CathaUla ( .ar/tles d. |U...., .r.| d.; Sister Ass rstrk. Wl saws. ....
I ItreaJUrcn; standing. rra. Thomas the Dioa... &.t Uo JCoiW'vMM Aha** .... !*<,..*a soot
Sakrba, )fA, Dan Bryant, Mr*, lUUrt WcCaJ..... bask tow work at IK Mary.

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I Ground breaking set for Tampa I .t H r I I.t r .

I, TAMPA-Archbishop: Joseph P. Hurley will preside .. S c'ge c.. .gr? -.r. .
next Sunday, February 9., at :5> p.m., when ground i is broke \ : ', '. .; .111

; en in Tampa for the Diocese'' newest home and clinic for ; ""; .oil"! ,, ..." fi.. ..:I. ti..... ..,.r. fl' ,

I I the aged, Cor Jesu (Heart of Jesus). The public is welcome I.. I' ., A,. ".' .. .. : .., ', > 4j&It t
." ; .
to attend the ceremony marking the start of construction drF ." .. ..
;. ...
of this building. In essence and purpose, Cor J
Jeau( will be the same a*

the newly blessed Mater Del projects proposed for the fu t, S

home and clinic: on the east ture. .5 /JbL /
coast of the Diocese.
Another' I.In.. I the new'' {ChrMChllil ..

I Tampa's' home (or the aged (' (Onlrr' to b. blrvnrtlon '

will\ I be situated on Habana Hun>\\f. afternoon< > at. 3:I p. ....nww4r a .
Avenue.' The property L U located
m,, near the HL 'Lenience''''
:: .- &about a half mile south ('lien 'laAnd.

(of J( Jinutxjrough, Avenue' \ and'
even% as the (children, In
approximately. .. one mile east.t tof '
Jacksonville* Morning Star I
(J( St. I Lawrence.. : Church. School get' used to classes. .. at Morning Star blessed, Jacksonville

t I ,, their new home (blessed' lat t I '-= ;; L..4u1: S
Thrra' me IS IU"< for It. :: I P. I l l (ion in In Ft t Paul
.. In Archbishop Joseph Hurley temporary quarters'
II& liar, 0..1'1". 4< fret.. nt 'fronton Sunday by the Archbishop ____ SS ,
age Krfluinu(.. ... ,Atrnur.\,.. .. the Arlington area), other .. blessed the newly" occupied' Morning parish\ lUvemide' '. It U the latest t in\ the handlcopped,' > little ones are In w .. .-....... .. Star School in Jacksonville, on Sunday series. of )Morning' Star built t to nerve
The property t Tampa the minds and hearts handicrjpped children' and the e J Priests have\' em|>haiilzeil, U Charities of( the Church: fora 4 in the' heart' of beautifully wooded)(,t Arlington ,. retarded.'
very central;, In (fait( In the Morning Star School !is pro- -- the' School: has been in opera-,

renter of the .jmpuUtlon' today ported In the St. }Petersburg Cor Jesu for Tampa : a home and clinic for the aged 9
It l I. tkme( to the new St. "The announcement .
area. came
t ... "'"'-'!
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Joseph HoKpltal.., of( the Sisters this year! 'when" the appeal|>
(of St, .Francis. about three vent out fur the annual.. col-
quarter(, of( a mil north of It. )colon, for Charities In the

It U aim* clo. *. 'to chopping, middle. (of February.'A.c.s.w, AI iF., + .) w
areas. and to the AI Lo'|'**> t

/.field.Designed i r Xi'' .4 + v'cnl : to
d by Reynold, I b
Smith and<<1 IIIlln, architects Jacksonville.. ", ,, and Tampa, Cor, .t+ 1 1rt
Je-U 'will". (open) with :30 bed. holddistinction j ,Itf 1
Preliminary plans. fur this.. 4 4s
hume are well along, Catholic

(bwrhh.r. .>1 UId.iW. ., t 4
This\ hume for r 1 thyTgW" T..imp I is (on6f) / the Charities! I .. r
The executive secretaries' .
of the nix Catholic Charities

HurvaiM In the I Diocese> list,. t-

; Layottos again the letters' ""A.C.8.\\V." after S

their names In all official core ?
for us in 1964
'respondence.. They, stand for'

Academy< of Certified. Social
agoncios noto
Workers"" and mean that the w

\Women's\ f OulliN"' .., "sodalities, person' using them has a mas S

altar r "xletles< .. and, other affiliation ter'. (degree''' In sorlal(( ( work\ as y.. -
of( the IMocesan I "veil, .as professional' ( expertence. Parishes help St. Joseph Sisters with agod I Ithf'W

Council( of Catholic Women ,
ha\\. agreed" once ajfuln this. --=4.'>"' -.d--" a. )Member, of AU Saint Alexander' San Joeej; )Mr,( *. )Mr*. Kama Obi, Our Penn' ,, )Myrfcck.' lltenr<<' ).,| Trln.
The letters'
)ear to prttwre, "" and ill.trlt>ut. are roughly the 4 Intensive care ward, Mater Dei John W, Caven. 'IUurrrc* I Lady of Angela' ; )Mr. .*. OraDowllng Ity.y;. )Mrs. A.. 8. IttvMhls, ,
counterpart) c cf f CI'A. (certl- in Jacksonville
&layettes}' to each.,( of( the Catholic Auxiliary tlon )Mr, *. J, A.. )Mclnarnay, l> Holy lUsary.. Christ"' the' King, amt..-' }Mia,
Charities\ offUm. for \use tied public: aenjunlant' ) In the < ii ssMsiMaMBBMi BMMBlBi-| Cords and button to call the nurse between the bods. Other b beds in Mater furnish fund for extra ; Other' commltte heads Hubert,., "Meagher." JH' l'ul' I
field of Moat\ Holy Redeemer ra.
and lndl .,
accounting() "'
In their adoption. and\! (child rate a certain( degree of pro Tampa Charities StaffThe and special shower rooms where patient Dei, home and clinic for the aged are need at the Riverside home )Michael' ShuttacV, St )Mat, In the auxiliary)" Include. Mr*'. In Jacksonville: I lha< It h.I h.
"welfare, program.' '* can be wheeled' in for baths are set! aside for residents who need partial
and clinic for aged' '

The staff( (of., th.... officesIs ficiency.) staff of the Tampa Bureau of the Catho- some of the feature of the lour bOO nursing care. And there are private operated

gr..iteful( to all the membersof The administration of r the ole Charities include: from left, MUM Ruth wards for "intensive care" patients amt, aemi-private room for self' sustaining by Catholic Charities. r ra

(' the oriianlsatlon \"ho |-rtUlpatt r\ktM. \ of( the catholic (Char! Dupuy, MUM Patricia Neua and Miss Josephine J() ( who, will be served by Mater Del in (person< who retire to )Mater Sisters' of St. Joseph' headed .
( ,. In this > h t then Huru .k. In Sa I.. and seated' }Mia. Martha .Franco AC.S.VV.
protect| ) tat' e.sspetent t. ; ( Daytona Beach: above. This room has Dei to Ih... by Sister' )M t, Ursula, are.
'spring.' / h..nds.. executive'
secretary provision too for curtain to be pulled' grateful to all the Catholicsrepresented .

r r 1 .'.., .' ,p' \ s..' .... these' Great a 1 1a
A.u ;""l\tCf u uA ''' I I I - by *
< ; \;: I Jacksonville parish committee v.\\ e

t ''.41.f A;"" .:.ql,tt1t1, n.. Jf11k ,,ss''j) 4 ,, 1 Lack of funds no bar to applicantsfor nf"' .'i er ,. chairmen' of f All I 1 '
t' 1" r 1 Saint Auxiliary, from left- : }
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'w."' : ;; Seated' )Mr*. .Karl'1 Pelkey,
'" homes Kfl11J't
\ aged
j's .. serving jr Afwumption; Miss Irene
.: .' l Scanlon, St. !Paul In Jacksonville *

ApATHOLIC Charities of the and dietary needs art prolded make. al'lil' h for) t thiTh. ),,. t> ; )Mr' *. C. 1 I. 5park.' t+ k

Slhft MHore) "'** of St. Augustine\ \.... f for r t the (car' and turn .- UJ','' ''In 115'I.1)'|>l lIng > man, Ft Joseph In l.or>retto; a ,'p..4. e ea

ws operates,.. .,;, three fedlltiM f .. for' fort of the guevts. f.xt'i. > ..> ..n to .sisw... of ( .. : t )Mrs.' 'Ilk hard' K. Lanr.. Sacred

the < .arc. 01. the aged. and ilL the horn. .* I'!,'" tt>r awl. ,or% /, Heart: )Mr. *. }Kthel: (
Thase.. nutsbig.. tisetaes In. order' t t. .b.. lllbU: f ter sled t r by> the I la.r< e"e... ssisylal.. ..... ew. Und Immaculate Concep(""
are to. ... ,.... .
ad..A-IG. I. see .r eke. C an aptlIKatlO4vw' ) .. (tion.
.. quest l
riled l at JarksnnvlU. it.Pcter.hurg .home. .,.. r.. w..t t .trt. U year their Sun I (ntH..11C. > ClttrtllMBurvau '
L.r'J '
( amt.... Daytona, t Standing. Mr,*. )M,( R. Dai-
.1 f age .>* acer. ..<. a ,r..We..t tf ., This as t'ltcathM." wiU ,' .tJ-
+1 t tr ... ton St "Patrick, )Wt"L"*. T, M.. .
r ga n.-.h soil. provMt. ....... .f f the .Hl.. .l* .1 f l II.lu....k.M4.. ,for atkese ( be processed. .. .l -,'r'I.I an admix ;
long\ in a CatSMrite.. ... MOMSph .. Nom dads .wt. Si.... rota.l.n. &to t the -- -- a 1
a -r. for .there.. se.ting th.awurlty see J year.Maiq e.tal.. of UM .ll...' <"ration, the : \" ." " ," 10"\' '''','\" Ladies All Saints I IAN
.. .....,. \ ..:, i Gray servo
S r of( eltps,.v... eer... &types a4, aeeu.jak I steed] for aUmi : si and the St. Vincent D* Paul I

'. TIwM fewaoe. .. UOIM art .v..llah. ..* ds*.....*..tat; &typ.. .ol( acrMSUBu uUoi whkb Miss Mary ClarkAt Pray (for Ui Saints"' horn. v unti-rr. << la.. Jack k of 'their j grupt / .pay.. weekly.,|' vets. .U the.
...___. .. ....--- are statulw the .tied. .UMfuswt ... I M avaiUM .., .., (( ,. ,
B**>- staMjptasMajsi>> *tsssjraaikaMW 11' a>HsWKM -f4 ;::" II h prdwrioat.l' .. post *f t lose< lied! Cruse' tl l w4rt (.fl\\ Uc care
. Staff confers at Jacksonville and arue-ta aN creed.per.gmN. .. lwarwatd \ &, While there fuianrteUjrWt These.. .home...... 1li f& spsrUJactivlltM )Mater,( Del DsytenaIVath'a )., ,s o a.h.. .r/.e... i.t.r..N, e.,../ Gray I I.a4te.e.i, Mr,*.. L (D) 'lrnU<*ff )Mr I,., Thy" write,. letters, f felf'+ ,these... ... sytspa.,.. .

.. ... ,a.dDt- '17" I.t..etNhlen .. .. ... ...... arc. .i|eeke.t 4( .to pay"' .MS.. .for. lit* Klaaala .r4.. [ home and! elude: ..c. .I ,intent sf. ... l.e. r..i.I. mkialt.d'e pat.. ?N.:etaM. .. (seats.. ..... )Mr..I,*. Ititko Taylor, 'thtr. lNaku''... a.'w.. .l.lp. ." I take k UM

The staff of the Catholic Charitie C. Thaer) Mr*. Marguerite' )M..I.. lUIiin- r. aM ...... peaartle.laltlFS4 oue "III .1.. s1.eMd.. .. a.anleases. .... ...no...... .......AOM ..... .... .a.i.t. .. h1..tss... ekeemy.. 'N' week.. )Mr. *. ,Paul... Clark., W,... )M,I.. J J. OtKtr, r..t.t.. &be led.... .shajel., sets .tLwrt- U UM

I Hurrau' \ in Jacksonville hold a confer' gar ACS.W, and.! Mr*. Molly DeIado.taM of, oak o, ,...... $Y.elwnttJ./ el. ...flWaail. ... for the aged, pevt..1.. .hr. aN ours. .. sae1iee.aa )Mr,I .. MarU' r. 1Jv.r.. ....... )Mr I ra. prep> ... dM.tg* .had.. It. and"" .being,., >g r fi-tsatsia. 'to

once' ', aba..... }From left are,.. Mr*. Mar). ,. worker' and.! Mls KatbWnReUly Special l I .ds* >rtn......u of nelfar'\ flu' .ists... awiataMt..**.W.. hr.for aunJngbeen. praise& ( ,awl through It.r tbeiteW...., ... fund. assltlaac e.raisttn l ..l *J..4rrM ./ ((1.th.he.. .. (,k..eKire... (Caawewsy.I < Mr*. aria M. J J.*vr.. and.. IS 'geavl.". 'They"' y emi t I..ice gwds w taut(.

caRt Dorman. secretary' )" )Mr. *. Uctty A.C.S.W.. executive ecnrtary' )" 01 I n t tetl.rice. Pi...oeekee.. ..rg rare are ip' ctf'
S The t tlorkU (Olholie I I CILelie (Ourilb. 1 1 lice ,IV-Ha CU. ...tt,*


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offers study : j. <':".' .

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., by scholarship plan I ,tfj -J' .

EVER since the formal whether you want this kindof vi
of Catholic a profession, and we can i' !'
decide whether are fitted .
Charities, our Diocese has you
for It.At .
provided scholarships for
graduate students in social the end of the probationary .....''h
work. year, the Diocese will )
grant to you a full two-year
Scholarships have been given scholarship at a Catholic C r
to Priests and Sisters, but social
school of service, probably
the majority were given to
at the Catholic University
lay people who were Interested -
of America. This scholar
social aervlce.
In ship Includes tuition, board
Many of the students have and lodging.
given years of devoted service
Social work Is a spiritually
to the Church In our
rewarding profession, because
Diocese and some are still
you dedicate your life to the
with us. Others are working
spiritual and corporal worksof
with Catholic and public
In other parts of
agencies We ask you to consider It.
Florida and throughout the
If you are Interested In our
scholarship program please
the present time, we write to i
hate three students, one first- Father John J. IAalh.., Catholic Charities in St. PetersburgThe
year student and two second- Executive Secretary
year students, In two unlversltle Catholic CharitiesBureau staff of the Catholic Charities Catherine De Deyn, secretary; sUnd-

*. the Catholic Universityof Bureau in St. Petersburg includes, from ing Miss Norma Donahue, Mrs. Gene-
America In Washington D. r. O. Dun easeJacksonville left, seated Miss Mary Connell vieve Spear and Mrs. Jane Porter.

C., and St. Louis University ft, Flor..... A.C.S.W., executive secretary, Mrs.
in St. Louie. MlMOurUt

\ "lint are slip requirement
St. Petersburg
fur entering our scholarship


They are lmple. You are
required.; Agency, Manor servecasework

1. To be a good practicing s !

Catholic. MT. J'ETEItSIICRG-Mon-: and the supervisionof w I

2. To have an Interest In signor Patrick Trainor, chair. foster home placements It II t
others. This means
helping man of the board of Catholic and adoptions, these staff I
Charities In the Diocese, presides members process application ea _
:3. To be a college graduate.w .
for the local St Joseph
well the workof
as over
UK *"**** high enough to I
the home and clinic\ for the
TklmfttMl to gradual work the regional office locatedIn :
4. To iwr e one year In one Bt Petersburg. peL +Maa I
of ow Catholic Charities ag.nCM. The evecvilvs secretary, The Manor Itself) In a beautifully
wooded and
Miss Mary Connell, h.. fire
I Vow will lie aaId workerof part of the city, has as Its
many year l the afenryIke o.
chaplain, Father WilliamO'CarrolL
course. This year Is required
wet co--t.
He offers Mass
beoauoe we want you
to know what Is expected ofa She has on her staff a secretary daily in the chapel of the
social worker. In one year and three social work home. Under diocesan super Compassion to
you should be able to decide ers. In addition to regular vision the Manor U administered

by Miss Mary A. CllUn Catholic Charities shows compassion to the

"" ... ,"' "..." .............>J. and assistant, Mrs. Mildred
G. Durst. aged here at St. Joseph Manor, St. Petersburg.Men .
Ir)": : .JJ; .J : : ;' Proposed fur the future In
who reside at the manor are looking forward,
,"" St. Petersburg's Catholic

I prj" f Charities picture is a MornIng come spring, to a promised golf green in the back,
( bo Star School for the lundlcapped. -
"': .- and a shuffleboard court.

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Newly decorated .
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Ft., Petersburg's St. Joseph Manor has a new !

red rug in the living room, brightening the In. t.
tenor for both the ambulatory who require some
help and the retired folk who live here.' Also

newly decorated this year .Is St. Joseph's Minor's f Ii \
chapel" below,

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Staff of home and clinic for aged

JiM Mary A. GUlaa. administrator, Petersburg home and clink for the

and Mrs. Mildred G. Duet assistant, aged. On the front rowan, at right

-- -- --- preside over a fine staff of nurses, Miss Cillan and. at rod of row, Mrs.,
nurses aides maids, cooks and mala Dunt.
St. Joseph Manor chapel tenant man, at St. Joseph Manor. St.

I The IVrtd ( .tlsnlie ratLotie <1aariU.Diocese. .


Unwed mothers

need our charity

I ti err '
Th following are excerpts from an address st\cn t\r
Thomas J. Aicllo AC.S.W. executive: secretary of the Orlando
and the ItrcvarU Catholic Charities IiurraiM. to the Florida
Federation of Serial! | Workers and the I>orish women'i guIKU
-i In the Central Florida. are. tONF.
y r *: 't dynamic: contribution and service that the social
; offer U assistance to the unmarried parentto
,.. help her to make a Bound decision about whether or
1 1oJ
not she should keep her baby, and respect ht"fI< Too many InJukluaU. challenge the choice of the un-

. St. Petersburg to get Morning Star her married choice mother to release to keep it for her baby but will readily accept
decision, anal. to rtrtlice t h e
A goal of Catholic: Charities this be built in the St. Petersburg area. adoption.Krry mother for It no (that she Uthoroughly
I year ia another Morning Star School This is the sketch of the i>ropocdBchooL ktll anti technique e.H>\'herd thai
at our n>mm..nmu.ot tw used!
for handicapped children, this time to to enable the girt to make her the him mule l the right C'h..h.

The r...MiHl. .>rr r.<% sear.
the ftinuml |v..rriil ,>l the
|.....|.rr |iU<.rmrnl v( the rhIMfur
.p.ral.a.are..ecuttty, ana
an .'Il.....Miil Did it to One of Theseo went |0 full poi ulUI.W .

can |t\. assurance that
the .,.k.>l4U. course Will l I.
hand |.lcke.l. l town meaty anal
chosen "| rcUtly for this particular >
thlklV ..
I < \ ran a.ur* hr. that >..
rUnui cti..*.kh>....lion will l.
lusts gown to their tMck..rount|. 'Wrl. -
in .>|>",", He M that their
CDQ chlhl. will led mrrfutly |J.i-wl
soil that! thy Nn r M matured
en knowing" much rttfctanil,
D rt n.I\WUun prerwletl the. choke
C of |>tr.nU' for their Intent.AlM .
DOt .. final '.-.11I1orM atonal
O -- sutrruier ate anode tsdure
tttJ the Iwbjr !. "......L
A fw rumnwnu howWI I.
U) .. made ataaat the value' t>(
agency placement for the
D ... thilil This U rtnp ly rvhitrtllo
tHhrr a*|>r Krvke Oral atonal t. singl.4out
3 al a separate *nlliy.llo .
O + CDO *vrr, w* renT that
this rWWI is asnwol tit 'tJI..r
placement with suitable. pan"
onto. who he,. l torn ...........,
O c C." the, took ff the IxMkiritNiml .
of the Infest a. vs
know It from the Feath..4a.ar.rlrtldrrl
Q.CL. with his rwtwralto
-. ,_,_t. the _wd.1 .masher.'t .
a 1y '-'. M |.MWUMr. i4
rerlaiM later by l*. HMMTIUwaiM
-. 1-/ltAt .< view ..!<
twt.- to IN betA .f ...'..
flelentiallly. t.Mh ast ......iIn
C w the niMilinraUun .f the
, O
, natural. pareettm sold t" sakio.
0) tit. .........
The .- ad chi...pl..latf
E agency OM" a unhga .a.rs...
(P 10 the vn/warried soother am.
y Par child--d aerviw uwt
boiled um ...".......al skills. .
taehNil.lNW ...........

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f'f....... ,'-w'., aa.see /
.j.i ppld 1o pea l./. .11 the
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.............. sal "pry'
I ki" ........... a/t.ItW. I. di.hwtryrl ..
stare u- hover
meet lit* .Mal l .+... *< *.Kf
CHARITY CALLS YOU the ".tent ar ........... iwof" .

Foster homes
O Lord Jesus Christ,\\lio} set before in the model) ] of miniMry to the |b.fr4M>< .......... ... ........,
tae !.>. .M. *4 wto .... wmat..t.de'is .
anti l admonished follow in tnw rue 1- sa+s11lf1s.
afflicted to
and the Thy
poor way .., t'" ... ".,.. .

grant that we may give to them unfailing scrvicekeelhing before us .low.......4"re. they"OP-101 pea to 4160001 MOM.

so. ........
at all lime the vision of Thee in the halt of our }brethren. Twice s. a rew.re1M.g Mdadag #
seas repnwwlv a w sa
.. of t w.t.11.n rtwg II
lot .sell (MTU**** Intir
prow. am U* l..4.* else ofOuldOet

(......... slew Mr ....Ie.Rena" .
am far t..r anI..-two LAC.

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Daytona Beach's home for aged looks out on Halifax river

In Daytona BeachVolunteers

aid Mater Dei

Daytona Beach' Mater Del
,Asmiclation-with It* men*
awl women. volunteer I 04

grouiw-ha* net a high mark
In service already even lie-
for Mater Del open lu doors Opp
to the a..lln! the area. ThU '

group KM brought togetherIridh _
(duals from every near.
l Ioy pariah Service to and for
\ the home to already well or

.. | | <'ull<>n" for the new
home and shale for the aged
are bring' |>ri>re.i>r C'.hotlc| harllle regional
fire, vtlilih, opined a year
ass ,In I.UOIM Ileuih.

Father Irvine Nugent attttwl -
*! the meeting recently Agency becomes United Fund member Daytona BeachThe
whist the board of Catholic
Charities: of VolunU/ County board of Catholic Charitiesof member of the United Fund. At nellan, Mrs. Lloyd Rensel, Mr*.
i\ named lUj-nvjiui WUe the VolusU County at a recent the meeting, clockwise, from left, Edmond UcKeown: Joseph F. Bergen .
t<>ni]>t>r ry clialrinon. Airs.I1elan meeting, learned that the regional were Father Irvine Nugent Walter and Mrs." McGarnty: executive
JlcOfrrlty, executivevcreUry office staffed by Mrs. Helen Me- Phelan Frank MacDonald Ray. secretary.
reported an litcriM Garrity hu been accepted a* a mond Wise chairman; G. J. Don.
e of canes: of family ervKe < (
I : and child placement l during .
...-' -- ....
the Utter pun of the """""" ...",,,,,,,,,'"''\\" ""'" """\\'\\" '"'''"'''' \1It'1I
first year t work In the county.
This month, the board of Have you remembered
director will! meet again
the agency's office tate..
Charities in will?
Among dlMUulon will be your
support[ fur and help with the
United Fund drive to take In addition Charities In
to your gift to Catholic the
place In )(..rdA ,.
personable administrator annual pariah collection: on Sunday, February 16 you can
11'11I11111.1 care of the renldenu aupport these program of service by naming the Catholic
at Mater Del home and clinic Charities Bureau In your will or a. the recipient of gifts

fur the aged, k< led In down. in lieu of flower when there io a death In the family. 1R. .......
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town Daytona along the 1111f -
Maintenance and expansion of facilities and servicesare
New Star
K river. }of"N..rT" ClarkIt Morning
X, told open house visitors possible only through your generosity.
that another registered nurse Blessed last Sunday in Arlington was Jackson
would be on duty at the clinic. 01-"-"-""-,''''"-"-"-"-U"-,,\"-"-" "" u" ,"" \,\" "' uI ville's Morning Star School becoming: a neighborof

St. Mary's Home, both of which are sponsored]
by Catholic Charities and staffed by Sisters of

St. Joseph of St. Augustine, Florida. .,,

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I St. Petersburg board of CharitiesMembers For faltering stepsOn

of the board of Catholic Sr. James adenine Jr.. Arthur J. Nelson page 7 is the exterior of this building This
Chant Irs In St. Petersburg include and Anthony K. Coryn. Not PM and the picture above it, are interior views of the
fnxn left George Mason, Monaignor turrd art these 1 board>> members: .In. newly dedicated Morning Star School In Jackson
Patrick Trainer. J. Joseph ()unonn. toward: r Usimmona Andrew Cc>n- ville. Note the rails on the walls for the children

chairman: Ronald lieton; atandtng. soul, Henry Cox iaU, James Kennedy whose handicap may be little legs that Lib faltering ) .
Dr. J'lIHl' Regan, Frank C Ilarrlw Jr. Thomas \Val..h. steles Your gift belts equip there schools.

10 The, IlurkL6 Catholic
Catholic Charities

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10 little steps

bring parents

adopted r r

baby t .

PERHAPS you have wondered just what is Involved In

and evaluation of a couple who apply to
Catholic Charities to adopt a baby. Following is a brief

sketch of the sequence of events leading up to the .rlice
ment of a baby. -
the material, data and impressions -
1. Telephone interview to
of the couple U mad
whether the couple
now', to arrive at a final decision
should :actually apply.
for approval. m*, -J. l >. JJT
Z The application U malted 9. Placement' of the
baby -Co'nferenco 'o"'f Staff'
out. When returned., it is put soon alt..r.'Ith a 10 month Orlando Charities I
into a waiting file until pre- supervision period.
\lou applicant' have been 10. Final decree of adoptionin The staff of Orlando Catholic Thomas J. Ajtlio executive secretary;

studIed court Charities Bureau are lectured in conference 11.. Mary Chkholm secretary; Mr. I
3. Next the couple in called shortly after observing their Elizabeth Neiitt and Mrs. Joyce
Into the office for a joint Interview The complete, .ata.ly l take.reteral first of
year operation. From left aroMorning Wright, case workers.
This ii perhaps the wreka ...l the. form ,..
moat Important part of the may Wary wales hat a for l. -- -

study.. Ing to the ladMMa.il rvaplr. ,'V,..' ,a,,

4. Separate Interview are Each study .U a complete _
rheduled. if
and thorough profeaaierval! Qk cap
5. Form are for
f '
evaluation of the couple ami \
medical examination of eachparry
suitability for parent-
and a record of their hootL
current financial iHujUon.

.. Reference .. from the pastor are requested Each area

7 A home visit In made. 1r
&. Complete review of all providesresources

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The all: regional offices of
the Catholic Charities Bureau
In the Diocese of St. Augustine I

CharitiesWhom offer a wide variety of
('hUdellar.. and related
... vice*.
have you Belled It .U Impossible to meet
lately rAre every need that arises. In each
parish. So each Bureau maintains -
you fulfilling your -
call to help your neighbor? a close working relationship Star attracts volunteers .
Do you practice the spiritual with all the public and

and corporal works of private health and welfare The annual single futul raUing year In the classroom. Two days a
resources In the community.Staff .
mercy I workers are able event of the Morning Star .Hchool week for a period of an hour and a

You can help by your therefore to refer clients' to Auxiliary In Orlando will be held on half are given to working with thpupils.
generosity In the Catholic 11 8 In the l Here Mrs. Itohrtt Volker.
the proper agency If the serve February pro, Cherry i>n, I
Charities Collection on Sun Ice requested U not one withIn Plaza hotel. Besides raking these left, and Mrs Robert Karrrll, both of

day, February 16. the scope and policy .f monies to buy physical therapy equipment 8t James parish, endeavor to help the
Catholic Charities. the became active this children creative
!''''''''''''''''''''''u NNN Auxiliary eipretM ability.
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I Orlando Charities Board moots

Tb Hoard of Directors of the Or. Ing. Father John F Weds.; Dewdkt
Undo CathoZk Charities Burraa held Viakky, Robert Hei-lbrlnk.; Father Holpi-g;; him walkY.1.

their winter meeting at the agency VSUUan Neldert CITJ!. ; Father Vlnemt .
s. j dries .1-1 Worr..fJ1 War F. >>.*J l inOelatilp
office recently, IVtuml from left r. Smith, Wilblam Joyce; Thomas not lash tah him our later /Its bit

seated are Thomas J. Agtio C.3.W., He tames and James Agnw. Not gives him a theme fur thera|..iIK .*.fta.. A
wQsate.r t, .. |u hUwrs> High Jaets.a4 swwothe
executive secretary Mrs. Russell l l present for the duff art Vf ftsigM>rCharlrs
..,. the way C'.A4rtbiitlMM 10 ChezIil.rs. are
Daniel, rather Hubert J. Reason; Father Rartok, Father Charts Aftdrson f;+1r-t him .........# .ktt<. CMM! in every saw

Ter once J, Family and t fid- and J hn IUc<*, ..f UW w..r i
i a I,u< .. ( *

=: Auxiliary

Die : :: :) of St. Augustine invites

S Augustina Florida
.. Let our Catholic people take note also of this. you to joinWithout

1'y: dear Priests and People, There are now Catholic Charities agencies In Jack.
'. sonville, Tampa, St. Petersburg Orlando, Daytonaand the good works of
Sunday February 16th i Is Catholic Charities Melbourne. What do they do? They are the charity, the Catholic Churchof
Sunday. It'is the date of our annual Orphan'sCollection. unseen the silent representatives of Christ's charity .
Florida could not care
whenever we place a Catholic child in a foster
well a* It does for the poor of
The following Is a brief summary of what I home; whenever we represent a heartbroken par.
Christ the needy, the unfor
mean by Catholic Charities In our Diocese.In ent before a juvenile court; whenever we draw
th veil of Christ's forebearance and charity over tunate.
Jacksonville All Saints Home takes care the misfortune of an unwed mother. On this page are the addresses .
of the aged and infirm. St. Mary's Home takes of the present facilities .
This dear people, is the case for Catholic
care of the homeless children. Morning Star my of Charities. listed for
School takes care of the handicapped children.In Charities-this is the blessed work that we do. the convenience of all In the
We do it for every man, woman and child in the various communities where
Tampa, we are building a home for the Diocese. And because it ia Christ's work, we do these agencies and resourcesare
older people. We have just opened the Christ Child without fanfare.
it quietly, discreetly, located. In some of these
homeless children. We caring for
Center for are
places, are volunteerarms
the handicapped children in the Morning Star Thia is the annual occasion when we ask your which offer the milling

School of that city. encouragement, your support for the Church in Individual who has the time
Mother of the homeless Mother of
her role as and the
In St. Petersburg St. Joseph's Manor for the energy opportunity
the .
to give hours to help In the
Aged carries on its glorious mission of charity.Before .
long we hope to open there a Morning Star are asking each Catholic with a source program offered by Charities

School for stricken children.In of revenue to give us one day's income. We ask Such are the Mater" lie! .*..
it in the name of Christ, the giver of all good gifts. s.w..Iatton In Daytona Beach
Orlando, the love of God for his unfortunate the All Saints and the St.
children is warmly demonstrated at the local Dare any of us give less? Mary'a an\IIUrlr In JarkwmTill -

Morning Star School. A home for people who are May the charity of Christ bless and Inspireyou. *- the Morning .HiiirMhm .
sick and aged will be built near the new Mercy >l ancillary IB Orlando
Hospital. Also at Orlando, Mark Stella Villa will and elsewhere.All .

BOOn be transformed into a villa for unwed Devotedly yours in Christ, uf thee Invite new

mothers.In Joseph P. HurleyArchbishop membership sponsors and

Daytona Beach, Maier Del Clinic for old attention. Besides( giving to
Catholic Charities, consider
folk has just thrown wide its blessed doors.
Bishop of St. AugustineOne Joining one of these groups.'in .

The diocesan Catholic Charities providesthe

I following facilities:

Regional officesCatholic

Charities Bureau Catholic Charities Bureaus
2t7: Wt Fortyth Street 2 VT9 Ninth Street, North
r JatluH>nvlJle, Florida. St. Petersburg l Florida 4 I II

(- lhull(" Charities Bureau Catholic Charities Bureau I
101 North MacDIII Avenue 231 South Rltlgewood. lip I V i tAt

Tampa, Florida Daytona teach, Florida

Catholic Charities Bureau Catholic Charities Bureau I
112: East: Colonial Drive 171 Highland<< Avenue
Or 1.lIIdo. Florida. Rau C.allie: Florida

Homes and clinics for the aqed I

All Saints Horn Ht. Joseph Manor
. MIO Riverside. Avenue 23.16 Ijikevlew AvenueSt.

Jw&ksvnIll"' ., Florida Petersburg. Florida I
Mater lel Hum ,
Ion: South Reach' Street

I .iytona !Ueurh Florida --- ,

Morning Star Schools I .
Mater Dei in Daytas Beach
Morning SUr School; Morning Star School

. TO Mtekfer HowlJatkstttvllle. ...11> F'.atgewater Drive of the parlors, above. in Matt'rOfoi'a ity, soon to be opened by CatholicCharities
Florida Orlando, Florida home and clinic for the
aged has just been dedicated to I
Star School
shows the artistic and comfortable Mater Dei-the Mother of Cod.
10110 Central Menus
furnishings. The Daytona Beach faciU
I Tamp, FlocHa. & _

Child care facilities tae ; ;;n your n Home for children will

M.tr.8teI''UN St. Mary's Home I
II ? .I'l 0uthVMNW laketrtont 11.) Arlington Road C harities i
\ Park. Fpaeld.t. Jacksonville, F"'rl..." be blessed/ on Sunday
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.. TUIPA brand new day of th* large home for d..
facility for children the pendent children .Is gone and
sit Christ Child Center will 1.e are happy that It .U.
Our foster home program
be dedicated here Sun.
takes of
rare mot of our children
day, February 9, by Arch. There .U a need how.

bishop Joseph P. Hurley. ever, for s mall chlMren's
home In large urban areas
Th Christ ChlM Center" UfeiMta like Jacksonville and the

HiffH. The pwMte U corOiaUyInvtod .
!. Weevil. the bfcwain
Our sills,. welfare workers
Sunday anerntum at ortuck..
use lkre homes far. ,..,.-
An cfftrlal of th* Catholic
arj shelter fr tklMrm Native
(OwrlUs bureau
romtmnuon rare ef C'"k, ('harpies ...
UM Christ ChtM ('.nt III the w....u. kate lime !.
Isms. M folk*** .
. Blessing of Christ Child Center set Tike IscUttjr .to to Ud onUM r.Make..... a home Mll.rare faclory plan. tat
SSHH profMWtjr m whir
i The Most 1 Reverend Archbishop will of the Mist Child Center at Hill- .ISM* I*. t..wt.ftr. rhwrcsi. The Waters ef SC Jo d h
bless. this newest facility of Catholic borough and Hirae Streets' invite aid. school The Christ CMM "U1 Ire III sharp of 1M III t t
Charities on Sunday. February 9, in everyone on the coast to attend the Caster w tn b* able to caN for (HIM r..*... a MM of d I ,' ,.
Tamp Father Laurence K.: l llifxins, 3 p.m. ceremony to mark the d d ca- SJ HOWrMi at a at...... tv which two teen familiar to
who has presided" over th* constructioo lion of the new or'Iw\AI' This may ....m to bit ItIm.a then, flown the yeses at "Ut
surnt..r II, seer Me )t ) a II.'""* in Jatk-.t. ...

It Tire IVrkU ('a''hul5t' Catholic: (2auities o