The Florida Catholic

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The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title:
Fla. Cathol
Place of Publication:
Miami Fla
Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Creation Date:
May 22, 1964
Publication Date:
45 no. a year[<May 1, 1987-Feb. 6, 1997>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1939-]
50 no. a year[ FORMER <Mar. 26, 1982>-]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 44 cm.


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 )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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>.

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University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier:
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01381806 ( OCLC )
ADA7571 ( NOTIS )
sn 83004577 ( LCCN )
0746-4584 ( ISSN )

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By a tall writer t whtre the thorn' will memoriahie Th* erltAatetANnee te

a if* flr u. Th DUx-e the thonght thai they, theCathnllr
8.R.SOTSf'fa1dnj he members of the St.
of FlnrMa. are tAe
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Augustine Diocesan Council I t Catholic Women at theM
VOL. XXV, No. SO Orlando Florida Friday, May %2, 1961 lOt to a .tr! n t.I g* that is first In (ruMtMlUn tit the hUtorle and
annual '
close of the 34th :Uvin in Sarawta, Arch Amcrns -- \<\\t\\ Notre fly l
bishop Joseph P. Burley t I the delegates he looked mouth Uock. 2m years before. them

to them especially in the yrricentennial 'u ahead 1P65. the Quad- r the S1'ant! +h mtMtMM of Call
And In this time of commemoration
DCCW wins of St August,' Florida to enkindle f r;\U4 whUh. were t"'lU1 .
praise of Catholic
enthusiasm in other Catholic> :l'r' the story of America's Fray Junipero Serra.expedition' **, the Archbishop remind

Catholic beginning.{ e.1 them that H was well) for
Itt&\tu'3. will t>e
The centennial year, Mid 'c Al'thblootan( best be them to build the Mission
recallrl! bv a sculpture groupdepIiUng
for work with youth signalled by a true mUll;,'r'O of Catholic virtue, off De!nto and thd..n monuments, but they must

Catholic culture and of Catholic -,n reconN' + w filth are l Priest who set out aim erect towering Crosses

living. He prescribed I "i., nas I oldevt from Hradenton and went up In the bnaoms, of their children

internal to bring through Florid Alabama, and within themselves.He .
Ry a staff writer tunned by the Secnndallran. prayer i: i I. iwslMI that l last year
them closer to God and to Georgia. th* Carolina and
T.lmpl.bI' .few dart warned organisations to
SAKASOTA The convention here which )[ tonncll.The .
saw rs.J08'ph
make them better Catho' '. tf his tragic death the }, .J down Into MlMlsslpft where avohl the heresy of Ictlon asa
Schoebert of Eau Gable relinquish the position of hey co\reil IK, Father
women were told that Ilea "'"-i.lent of tAe Unitedi .to sutwtltute for the search for
diocesan president and Mrs. J. L. Lacher of Bradenton .
ofaters.. the MlMlMlppIUher
gencruclty dependentchildren The women were C'lllfott up i ties t -.I 't'from' th* God II* kws not want the

accept the leadtnhlp of the St. Augustine Council of to Morning< Star on to tell the rent of America' .i rnh, l of one of our Priests '"1rr '. This sculpt ur* will he Catholic .sally to becom so

Catholic Women heard Archbishop Joseph P. Burley review Schools ami to homes for the -and eHth.. rest of ea.tto! i''pof the first recordhrth 1 placed on ,p"n*rty which IK* Immersed !In action that It

the work done by Catholic women and preview the aged was a source of ibMlingcolteotttbn olie America the untold .r civil' or religious -- %r r "i k.l l IIIe.i ..*_ has on th* river rltM 1 tones contact with God.

work which they will continue to da U the clergy, TheArchbUhop story of Catholic Florid i .at exists In Am<
The Archbishop called for DCCW members to extend expre *ed Mtl. c w, hlltk to 151. Archbishop t IoN I Memorial I at Dradeit You will .b* a better" Chris-

faction st the affiliations of Thai flr*t known. chapter ton, flan continued the Archbishop
the beneficent sUrted' out with
influence of the Second General! Council of
of American h. Hurley In this of
hUtory, year great
women towel a number o-f
II art ot rU ion-th* celeiii -
the Vatican to those who have the greatest need of what new m lrrMarN a nd peels h te. Mid, war written by Calk -n of MM at the OH.r runs call! f>tr a tower onth memories, If you seek God

the Council offers.Mrs. iIIr plortrl are minionarle show It to the thouMnds w ho JI'O"Ntof Ih* new Oth th. Uedeemer, H* said: Spend
catechlum daMn under the He said he liked l to see the i Minion. And Just a* this visit It erly.
\\lnston Anderson .. ) ask enter at tb* F'kfrMaafar lame time In thai search; 1twill
program of the Confraternity Council represented w her niter' W-hkh werill Ameej
Immediate past president of In adrttthm to the' M..1onmo.nt. Unyrslty In TallhMee. *- repay you.IVsy .
of Christian Doctrine.He seer pariah ch l "began with an act of re-
a or a u During tM coming months ,
the Miami Council of Catholic pieannt. by the The historic" mtoatoflplanletl
Women, installed 1 officers praUed\ warmly the out Inaugurated as well. as w here there will urine. on the site of ""II.\n, the' ftrs retool I rend JU Aujnwtln FoundationpUiw I near the slat capital )
st the banquet In Saraoota on going president and her staff ,er new' homes for the agwl) the OM* t MiMlnn.* the ?dl Is- ,," an loft of rellgtoM. -th* ( .whtrh were t+nuUlne! WM one of th* imwt wetterly ,You darts. to Oo.l. h* said.Thl .
a* well as those leaders of or schools for the handicapped IIlun of Nombre d* l>h e in M'H'tn! of ere ft tK' Sfit > .
Wednesday of tat week for the ..le..i*. during the' I mtoslnni. whkh went out ls I th tm mflnum.nt.tie ,
the past who distinguished l ( are opened In the St t rhildren tarn heeelxtV .
\ugu tlne. to
To her and to two past a library cnnrentlon by I'uundalkmPreskient. from 81 Auiu+tln* on the concluded which w* want

presldenta of the St. Augustine the St Augustine Council by Diocese h m+* Aha>rlc source m*; tl *rwte( .* wire re- 1 lather. Jsm... J, mlMlnn trail It Is hopsd. that to btilM' to th. "oundln.t'llh..n .
Its excellence In rnngratnUling. .. >Ira. heal' ami to affonl fittingIi 11 mMr11Mt the >nlhe, rhapeli
DCCtY-stn( Denis V. a lleslln i>f JarksonvtlleBh' & the tower will .b* built at the who In 1V planted

Renuart of Coral Gables andMrs. Ill told them they k.d HUM'KStN! Hark. pate .<"e 'PI' the expiwitlnn of/ i, iung tbat tad will avert the An'hhlh,1' nitionrd 11 F SI (.attlo,11.- t ,'n\!er to ram the 'r041 en the,* blMtl
.. tb worM tM lUwpw etnurleef
m *
( Charles Pop of Home- mad wondrrUI foiiKUtloahrr 1. rr ?,i''?.'r rules !In F"nta: incm U t that ml .Ijn, fI..rl.1 i 'la shores.
htihtMIMt Will Nf
dead the Archbishop f.n In thi 1)14.l re.* In the.* .
r tt+e tltledrklelNeanlrl
a word of special I welcome.! recent deridr lor Ike work.
"''IIIIeft" In 114 A\101.wMrw.
He spoke of the value of the to worn th* whole Catholic ,
AiiothMwill. I* a IWeoolalth
work which they he done world .U race t 0 be. ..m- r'r
1 m*'klrg the spat " the contributions w hlch
r. here. on .DM4eM.rt. S, lie.t .
they have made to theChurch
i '',. flrrt lYlMt tef+ Mid' s t
In Florida. This fall r
"t tb* OMS. for /th* ItoMslir. .
In reUew. the Archbishop
( M Awfuatln to ktos.On f
spoke highly of the fruitful .

,,a effectl\e work DCCW Diocese to kl .!.... Iker will tier ,

members hue done this paststar a new CTW.S girl leel klk, + ,

In bringing religion to wtilrk will !.. HlniMliile4" rtalA4 ..... __ .1
hltdren both by registry participateat r f ., ,!

t:on of youngMen In Catholic
schools and 'll] )"e CathMlral of HI A ur r \ gal( :1.
by bringing the Bombay tl t'. :
public school children to "> ,t nf, built In I TIM.. wWI "

>> M'm* of IU orifftnalchaim o
KT. .Ui.lHTINK TheMoreM .
-- brougbt lock throwgha \ ,..
s r ? J'-
of RL Augustine! will J.
fj\iaitrlriii ,nUil |<,grain

sponsor a round tAt world of re.lo><'.H'>n, istbollcIurtdlana 'Old homo wock1 in Sarasota
pilgrimage to the 3th International t '
> will U prwud lujCalvar.y
.i, ,au KucKarUtle: Congre I&&
In Itomhay. India under the '1 Father John F Urns MM IncarPop*, left, of Homestead, and Mm. I

spiritual tfirectinn of Archbishop ....., ... .' idHLJj .. <0 nation parUh. Prlt tn & .,," ., r..mIJttn\ V Henuirt Corml' OaWes, bothntoei
..". .tAi J. .
'- "
Jojfph?F*.Hurley.. '- '- -" about ronvrcllorl,, ) deliberations "past presidents, (4 the St. Auiustin.

i a Tk* ..*... will .....rt kyTW For Mission's monuments cemetery !In the "pt. decade.. with/ .Mrs.... Charles CV\V.. sa2, '!' **
------- -- -
'.I crowew lrk ..
>o- On brhalf of the St. Augustine Diocesan Council

Asigple vemner IT December ere relirn IT. la toe of CathoJie Women, the outgoing ,president, Mass set Tampa's Incarnation parish sets

)frs. Joneph Schorbert of Ksu Gallie presented a I

Arranged by American Ktpre check for the monuments being built to
es r HT rr .iwm iw -- AI > sights for school in fall
s, the Itinerary f..tuN'111I111
> to Home New the 400th anniversary' of Ft Augustine, ,M'| )f nnfl..1 I I"My **r.It.... grammar

Delhi Florida. Father James J, llrslin. president of theFt ,,111.I h. I 101 I A' I l\4t\ ( _.
Apa, and Jaipur before arUKM T.''II',' Father Pstrkk A, OKulllvsn' has announced will. k.. f*.* MK; Augustine F'ound.lMncctldi the gift trvl xi "SdiiinfaiY Vt r :M, >afhrr aiM .1.. ... krlrk, Tfc.
prk Ml --- -- M'dham. that a new grammar school for the Church of the Inrarnatlofi Malt *
IM w'eelt."' 11rry atlkr antwNineed will) bet "built her as soon ss pmuibl It will. fb-nt Mill/ lot l>rr II*>s .Ur|*

Fr. Cornelius Murphy 62 i sire to U.. .iHneasnV dM elw rise t en Wbb'I( | Truth. of IHMsborough Avenue In near .will k..|M will MT k*.*.,llrlljlrlM. ...Ild.

1-AlMNla CsWMK4k : ....... Tampa, adtaemt' t. the C'hllteh of the I *arn,U*nl. *4 kf r. ImlrW. rlrraUll.

r iMsto J, .Ftrawrelple. AI the MUM tlsjM FailMrntal .... .. .
) cad fr tl W* will k
Mrs. Lacher former pastor mourned of MSMM. ) ThsMty .pNdsli .toM. ( *an ..... a SMIS.I.141 MHrd wI/1111111e/ Ire I. wear !" .lrIn _...", ... .,.
FMrsMr. rip .* Met.LMenl rows t/, alar. .bla/ will( ...
-- Irrlr.. MW .i (. .Ms* .ftNSIW -
of IM 10 ass. MMSMI rHIsar.. Ih* fptifil ft' III* .rKnn. |
!* .
> ensMininiiMi Is .kl
A" '''''''',\\'''''''' "tST: PALM BFw\ni: Father Cornelius' !! Joseph l I"'''''' III. ,Vputh' urrurmf" ten Mey' a1 st CaJTsry Ovawisry. .. .kMMsMsic iMtnsr w*.t lowartUUM
Mrrlriwl fcjr Ih* awn ., T" Ned wlr .IwlMflaq. .
Murphy, 62, died on May 15 at Lturdrs Residence. a week, brf Te b* wrtniM h*>* tw |.....| will I I.* Ms- s'l-
On tho Mass pwleu. wlp >.. .. ..
a <
eraalrer r r*-
home +wl ibr lath INMMrItHe. ofNre. .Ih* '
for the aged here He Ira snnitrMnof prlnrlal'r -
of the home
was chaplain Tk ... Will. k.. A __... III .
*? |l ekf s..fwU l.f fhs4.M IM 'H |.MI, sal.
.. hi. tMir.ilv rKAlnalrrI'rMA' MNrll i/rl. Ih*
Daring lk rntrnlt fth when he rN.pIM
dins He had
spent moat of his 1.n-.tJrlabon i'.ik,f iraN. r. iMwini* ..... t..l .... II aM.wto Ace f..4 wks. TMe tour rlM. .
< o.rll .f ( alkxltr.. << tl'rr- In the Diocese of SL in ..fta"" ..... h* "' n.a. A cvfl. g4llty'
Augustine .f IMf >ewr ( k.r.k !I. telksg Ile ...... M6asw1.
..... earls etnsflvre .to s .
.. In H.ra*.. wr.l. .. CMIiMlral ftJltiii sn>l lreawwtoff p1aelrAce rflaalae ** cart! wl wink
fit Augustine diocesan Priests In etslnsMmise. ......... ..
were attendanceat f.ifri. w s .
f w to a ttarelnesMrMgtes ..
..IrrhhUko. Jh P. tlswleyp w Jalpll tT1eAlatrf III Dun M4M .|.MU ID* nullt sbl. J.
.. the funeral on May( lAin wuA MI lw. SSSWMBIMISMSISISI. lkaSMiveM.. < M ireMIM MrlrtMn ., UM ktrtMltig. A Manse HIk -,
k* ah**! Ik* *H lBH* .( ws farIWB II la tniNM tu MMsntml bay |
sjsislnr ,.n. .. Us n ..4 .
Ik* General (....nrl| In tiring the Cathedral t of Miami ,Jisn. rr 4MB. lh>_ wNn hv Mall. hiMsetM ? a ass* H rf p.rarwal tiwwA. e11.rt Mt l4rtfs at well'

I I. f'"44, l>|, i.(, >.. ........, FvCflMnT ) Mitoses I aM I 1... rrelaryeeW1 N real. aleerp *r *. i
the pTOp11| rl M.r U Ik* IIIrgy The body *HliTJPbyAm w.eNaw > .f ih* usttMi sr. rSiisMhinsil sn>
accompanied Iwk. Jew :a. I"'. k.. will k* .d w nNN1W. Tfts- ()Mist l nalmtMt tar A.p sad. I.... ayM else. eMetrN ryflMarnlhrslrpMtw .
In IkU rear4 Tk* tree M a Mwtsl. *sy.wV .
.....eII./ ....n rw Ik,* IJtmrii. north f er burial Lr11de IUr.., \,. ,.... M M.MUj A1I1,1aAleerlrtlk CfcHary tisMtory bee llw rt" to WsJttw. ft /fWf.essssse4 lases
wale |prof Mlra. f- -.* I/r. Father Murytoy .tobs IerwlrMd N.w M.1Lrl... wN rI/1. >jr MMI. .., MirartMl IWM flewt.ra ky TtMSHM f. Jrllelt. eeaNlaarw .m prlrlM. 11rr.elrtA dlMwraMN tehoul oprM1laf
.U4 ..rt4. .< M. JW. Jr TM rtMsrajM *Snr tMr at IMSM NlMlldr .
_.a.r ... I.) f Ur* vl l.".. Us IMMMS ay portoMsses } f .f. PWOT M 6sgn.r el STM s.rlimiiMM *nrV M MPolgtlN'dry
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r W Melrlagrotor MMIte1NeMaMaerrr
\w, raM IkrrfcUkf.. *. eT !6 Jessij ,arto* .ta ynr. r eerWalN pMw a. BMTMn- IIIN.. TMS leer. ./ AwrrrMre. lac. a

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I English in Mass expected before end of this year I


Ml: *. 10RK (.NC)-Th* parts of the Jtturgy that rU4n>*4 la/1rg tk* 1 +Ik I. lrx4 r. up '
t'OUOW1UG IN eA1'r' ......'. w ..-db
Bishops of the UnitedStates t are to broene' Kngllsh. the le4 *4 Ik* *Jt.e.n .,,,- ,011I'u"/ ,', Ir EUCHARISTIC SERVICE'V1J'

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extenshe see of fR.rlah; MIl Eftgluh Umti to b* In ID* price .f ttoT UIiI/rrJ Iewlrl p/q//r M 'N ,

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I Florid Friday, May 22, 19

Cath ;

Florida ReportsSt. ak interest in missionsVATICAN

fir' t y w CTIT-Pope Paul VI hU hilled recognl-

Petersburg Lakeland Ormond Beach t re Hon of the fact that missionary work U not confined to

Blessed I TrinityThe College>> Student t. Brendan c millenary Boci tl.., but U the concern of all Catholics.
Holy Name Society Mary Jane Keirns, daugh. The new officersby lnxtalled o .E ., The Pop spoke on May 15 u an audience for the
held a special ceremony In ter of Mrs. John P. Kearns.,
the Name of the missionary societies
Holy Societyfor general! assembly pontifical
845 South Mississippi Avenue
the church for the installation
the ensuing year at the* directed the Congregation for the Propagation of the
of the newly elected officers Lakeland, will receive by
of the Society and following the Associate of Art degree<< 9 ..m. Mass Sunday. May 10 Faith. u. ., ..
by rather. Nell A. Sager. art: .', 1'11'lIIzaIlOftll.tDf'' Pope
was Benediction of from Immaculate Junior Col. He Mid that the
William Mitchell presidentJ. 1 mln,"loiMrle* today work
: ,
leg, Washington D.CFathor movement .
the Moat Blessed Sacrament. Herbert ttehm, first vice fi1" <.r ..,;. I 1\ -.t.. ." .;! W I.J, ary and sustains the MndcrsUad. them, to adopt
Father Louis J. Bentlvogllo,
president; Thomla H 17, .. and purify them to
spiritual director, conductedthe treasurers Joseph VtcQuliler Largo parish organization and activity of them/ In Christ with
Paul !
installation of the follow Pope
and Lloyd R.nset, delegates; awn original tpres--
ing officers: president Dr Theodora! Knlffsn a ,second Monsignor John P. McNuIty V. O. dent, Mrt rrtderick SchmIdt. From cure that interest"the Idea\ .."
L Schtnlti vice-presi sionary
vice.president; Wllllsm M*. left. avTrc. D. A. Mrs. Robert
officers Pit Sheehan
recently greeted of St
dent, Lloyd A. Brady; secretary restricted: to those Pope Paul said that the
Donald E. Robinson; roney, iecr tary{ and Frank rick Women'i Guild in Largo. HU Herbert Guild president; Monsignor their name to the of missionaryl'eachlnll

treasurer, Edwin F. Roberts; d Nlcastro, marshal.\ pariah orginlntlon'i leaden I were ln. McNulty, Mill Erma Element and for the tnlMlons, are Increasing. in

and marshal James L O'ltell* father Nell A. Knger spok stalled by the deanery DCCW preilMm.. John Tichann. ter of concern for ) countries, while th*
ly. After the Instillation ceremonies T t to the women of the CatholU archy of the of the Gospel are be
Women'i Club at their Instal
there was a program Moore the whole smoother in other re
Orlando Bishop Beach
labors luncheon last week Hi Daytona Is .
of entertainment provided by faithful. ."
spoke of the Imports nre of st. James The Bishop Moor Horn Father Lopez '
member of the parish C.Y.O. He noted that Missionary approaches are
the economic and politics! and 1 School Association held The Mother's Club of father .
In the Social HilL been a
; .v- prohUmn of the day which The seventh annual oratorical Its last meeting of the year Lopes High<< School met of with the times, h*
The June meeting of the velopment the he'
art being reeled by the ln 1 contest wu held recently on May 12 In the high school in the music room of the <1. A* in example point
Society: will be held on Tuesday of missionary to the program of bring
June 2 it ft pm., it creasing population. it !It. James Club cafttorium. school on May 14. New officers resulted In the!'! from ml
for flth grade students. parents of the eighth i were elected s< follows: young
which time cerefflonlei for The luncheon took place on Room sionaries today countries to more deeloped ..
the Induction Of all the members May 11 it the Ember tm The program Wit under the grade students entering Mri. Charles Small president "the human nations for educa
of Mr. 12. J. Ed. Kl.ihop I Moore In the fall were ; Mrs John HOllflelot,
House.Miami direction '
of the Holy Name Socl pedal people and of \ This, he added, la prov.
'ty will be held for the first wards and Sister Mary fllch honored guests. ,Ice president; Mr. James Lion, and of the fight a and
Jack Richter, I member of '
ard. Lafiger, treasurer: Mrs. Al .
time in the pariah. duty noto "
the Monsignor<< Bishop Coun Gargullo, recording secretary'and : ..
Barry College Trophies, awarded by the with other
College Student Stevens tit of the Kntghti!'! of Colum MM. Fred Lanbert lord
Mary Ellisnetn C0tt e f, Jane R. Counihan, daughter St. Janus Horn Ind School bus prtiented a chalice to responding secretary, from another
of Mr. and Mri. John Club, were presented to the the Pontiff stated. Petersburg
daughter of Mr. and lot Father Bernard J. McFld- An Installation dinner will St.
John D. Cotter, B2M 14th Avenue Counihan of St. Petersburg following winner. by Father den, vice president. of Bishop be held on May 25 it the Instead of .
North St. Petersburg, Pastor plans ftesch and junior at flurry Terence J, Farrellyi prose', Moore, to be Used In the Tomoka Oaks Country Club.

will #c el lv* hit degree of College, Miami, has recently Cynthia Henedettl; poetry achool chapel In memory of A one hundred dollar scholarship
Dschelof' of Art this month Mass been named to three distinguished Garry fJrappo) ; and creative Professor & F. W Jones will be given to a graduating Euttli
Tampa honors. writing Lucy Nursey, of the .
from tht Minhittanvlll Col and Thomas Jackson. senior The balance of Mary

leg" of the flicred Hurt Jane won first place] In the The judges were; Father the club' funds will be used A May '

Purchase, New york. for his jubileeTAMPA annual Cirri tllalne Yeller Robert Hruralo, from McCoy SarasotaIncarualdn for the tennis court project. the Blessed Virgin

poetry Contest and his been Air Fort Base; Mrs Lucille The club will fjumnor a pool held Sunday, May VVllpB Tilt far FUonA

DeBery ... Father John named li one of the charter Hall, English teacher Church of the Incarnation party for the graduating/ cUss Mary of the Lakes II'b. wells Driveway Seders

St. Ann Stevens C.SS.R, pastor of St. member of ttmy's' ChapterIn St. Charles school; and Mrs. Sarasota, will hold their an. on June I. EustK. Ml s Judy Fr PsinHnf A. WallptprrVWmi '
Mrs. John J. String reportedat the International literature Gene McNulty, president of nual parish picnic, Sunday inverness senior member" of See "ROY'1
a meeting of Bt. Ann' Joseph parish here, will c.le- honor society, Lambda Iota St. Guild. May 31, sponsored by the Ave placed a wreath of
Our lAd of fotlma ST. PETE PAINT
Guild that 101 parish) mem* brit the illvtr jubilee of hi* Tau.After The rjlr Club, under the Marla Oulld. There will be a The Catholic Women'i Club the statue of the! POT

Mri attended the Communion ordination to the iit rid serving this year as direction of !Sister! Michael pot luck dinner, and also of Our Lady of ratlma gin. She was allltllt "Cuttorner Color Sarva":

brtikfait which was Mid Prltithood 'en Sunday, May assistant.. tn the faculty editor John added! to the enjoymentof games and prizes for every Church, Inverness, held their lyn Bowron. Cower Cel'ltrsl & 21\t St.
Ulster. Thomas Catherine, TElE HON! 174-5541
recently 14. the et'ehlhg.Kof one. Th lime will from Installation dinner at Fecta'gItectaurant After
Jan his been named! the first four float Blemed
o'clocklntU o'clock
A crystal howl with matthing > one Floral I 1 I
eindlestlcki wit donit. Th' R.4.mpl' Thursday evening<<, May
ed fey Mr*. Fred C. Hntch wiHIalJlatll* his friends toparticipate annual literary publication: of this CffalriMaitl.nd Father James Hog Installed Into the Sodality.
The annual exemplificationof
ll the "KoltmaMai Orbit
eluded Mini
for the toelil function of the the :
the fourth degree, Knlghu following new
Guild. .( Thanhsgltliig to b* Mrs. Loretta
slat t-f officers: Mri. Elvira: at.C7
of Colummjs, for the north
llnti hf false Hit VMS InBt Tampa
and St. Mary Mudalen Virginia
Mri. John Itmdon Uroncrt, president Mrs.
ern district of Florida will beheld )
Mr. Robert B. Morrison volunteered Jtaepli Pariah halt alIliM Most Holy ItaWmer In Orlando on the 21th St. Mary MaRdalen high Helen tlroestlef, vice presl- Mayna Rlg'hy,
...... .Madar.Tht Mr!
I. and
to llslst In recruit. On May It, The Holy Name of May. Monsignor<< Bishop school seniors attending BIll dent; Mri. Marl Mann, tressHref Wagoner,
Ing donor for tht a local Blood genital, public will flnrlety of Most Holy Redeemer General Assembly will host hop Moore Lyman, Winter" ; and Mra. Madg Koch Polaakl. V

III nk. join\ hit It Joseph paMshlon- parish, Tampa, elected this affair In the Egyptian Park or other high srhooU! secretary
era tn honoring the 81th anniversary the following officers for Room of the Cherry Plaza will he honored it the IM Edouard C. I

cf Father Stevens' J9fll5: president Michael T. hotel Mas thll' Sunday, May It. A Greek honored
as/,, Di
St. Petersburg breakfast Will be served In
ordination by attending a re ruwtfi; Vice president Robert The exemplification will be
ceptlon on Sunday afternoon L.. nodi"; secretary, und.rhe direction\ of the aihoul after M..... Reser ATM) KM* (itch) ". .Astulue forMerit

between I and e p m. In the l WtUUmij; treasurer, Lloyd\ Francis C. Harriot Sr of Ht.rUr \'atlont"lhou\cI\ bit mad by was erected hr to the memory \\d: ', *
parish' hall si Wanu.1'4 fhkklrestt' end marahall. WIV t>urfl.. U*i*. 'anlUUti fitting Mrs. Mph Borueh of a Catholic Priest rv- an4 MOilt!
Uom.. \Item Brown, the aM'oPJaWM-rurVij* tit 'yt \.w.M'.abtr Oliver The a.e jiatjnnal'" 'martyr. 'lir.14th St. $..
Father InstatUllon of offlcrri/ head TbIxsO. statue waatpdaced'bn r
51/4 On Hundsy, May 17, new Jacksonville who will
% Joseph KlHsort C. S.n., also l of "Mill" be June 14. the ceremonial& Th' ekeinjillflcstlon Lakeland May 10 In the rmirlyard' of

St. Joseph's In Tampa, offered The Holy Name Society will start at 1 pm. the new flyiantine Catholic
INTEREST a Mass of Tnanknglvlngt will run4f11' a dance at the and wilt li. climaxed with I \Vonu. "n'l Club Church of Atheiwtn the fKflslnn of Ms silver ..IIn,1| rafelerll 6it Linebaugh I banquet and dance In the Mr. Norman!' Currsn was of the 20th inhlversty -
A rereptlon Avenue, Tampa gatt forth Installed recently as pr*.l- of Father" Chrjsoslom u
Jubilee of Priesthood. evening. A social program wIl w, ,s .bay ef
CATHOLICChurch for friend and pan Urday. June fl, from I pin. ladle hat been arranged dent of the Cathode Woman's Vsdlllou'i death In a nazi I, : ywr new .Kern* at It..t

Uhlonrrs fettowWI.! Ill 1 I m. /In t th* Caribbean Room of the Club bf Lakeland. prKnn camp September 8. SERVICE gags M Mm" te wtrl f ret ywi.
Serving 'with her will he: 1914 after four months of roes estate a .
Jesuit Illlth rVhool HotelArchhlinnp Mrs.\ Clyde Gun, first Mik 5... ISIS A First Federal! StvtngiAn
-Hoipltal Joseph f. HUr pr"1tcort ur.. lie had ullilt. rk... aa. .
Mr. I"-Inaltl n. OartU 5.14member : ; Mrs. Warren lUker. e l In the encap\ of many sn ..*." .' L.M. AMtlatt.a
will M the speaker<<
School of the faculty M at Icy the rwrvjuet. Th Orgy of second vice president; Greeks to join the Free Greeknational e.. we..e.L a lash..A.. Of St. ,
Jesuit\ High school will Wetom. Mrs./ Eugene Redlg. recording
army In and
t111l1 the area to t bf present Indud.MonllJ1n *
.iONDS a member of 5 three secretary; Mrs. Franeis Krlst l several Jews from
Chatln A. tUrto
M )'OUR (AR itOM man mlmlun, team to Routh and Abbot Marion Bowman" ccifrfspnndlng secretary: and hail purgeoBwhnp FREE 24.HOUR
DANIEL WINTER% a CO. America acrttrdlng to father Mrs. Edward Frisbee. treasurer. Hyaclnthe Gad. CAll-"ytim.
of Pt; I.Awl Abbey,HhO will\ bepresent By.santlne tf
d.y Of sight
eel TtsMa tealss .taat.1 GLOBIet0NEA1EA11N4 Urlon r.UIUII!J.. principaland the .*mpurica- F.xarch, presided at Ambulance ServIce
It........... .. ..... MI-4MI president t>t the Jesuit far Mrs Otto Skokan. a pest the ceremony which was att .
srhtx l.A l. lion I ml banquet.He.en'alidna prevalent .f the club was the .n by members of 4. I This community eertlce offers: Trained

saws .aaw.w..dww'u. tlt. AM native tit f l'L( l. uts, MU.. are blng I Inotalllng officer at the\ Installation city| and other parliament clfla IaN'Attendants" Anywhere Oxygen In F.QUIPptdWiLhout
Aloha.e."aauu.sll court Mr Garcia enttrrd the made with Fran Vamten- banquet marking .. .
lEAfll t I :* *\ '1 J a T I'! preiJtM t>bUn Uon.
MTt......-... lf**.. ,, Nlty t>f Jesus In 1M7 and l \lU'hf', Route I. loss 5U tn the occasion and Mr: '. 342.8821
it:Si II N. t It11NYAlI1"Eugee. has cnntlnu hit studies llCpring .\._.,. .. AtirmUn U limit I,. Petenlwr9. .CEPREVATT AEt.AOkl.Al

Hill\ tttllm, ReattuUnlttrnlty ri l to mm and tn ..e interestedin | Aor/4a/ 101 .19th St. .L1...... HOME
and ttaniaga. Unlvertlty t. attending are uu0 to

Mae,,', '' make arrangeeneAta immf.U- -

Cameo Dining Room In Jur.. Mr. CartU" will |.. ately, i

gin Intensive trlltilng for hU I a.a .
a.PS.-_" ......* mi I.Inn. On Saturday, May 2\: Our
HOTEL Lady df the" Council
O el, KoiiMs" of Columb et"1 ."
Poll..Wa u-e ...t..4. n.... t.ea.M.N will sponsor the innual swim I

".......t .1.1004 e1H..e *M.".. k-.*. meet fr Cathoht srrwit rMlH -
Oat kkiMi, fu.. ,n ktht Orlando ire*. [it1 lat.]
111) 0.1' ntre.Tr.asere l'Lad )Cla.1cWe | iMaald. Theta will tw tour pot" ;nr $ !

*vet, phM the fovatTl. a' 1 r r.... 'P. ?PtY'UIlt' raeettM..l
Iaerat It 1. '/M are. sate?
relay Mew for thlWren. Ingrato .. slot Aer..., .. .::: :..Ore. etarlta
a and under cad fnrr -

Put ( ..... 7 and .. The pr<'traai

wtll Ni held at the" John long AVOID
SPOTS : Maanrtal I'\M& ___hot UIt di.tcibl WATER and RUSTI! !

et Turn" hMnlol" a< Get your ol; \ rftle
Your I dilly ...."ma... I* ..1r.of ... Heat. of
Eyes sun e/usts sweating tank Get your
I Ih* Youth Artllilt' I hot: :
v..e.d+ hi ".... .4 CoMnrtl HIM A lmphv c this kitchen heifer cleaned and .rviced while wttthtr It
.... .... of.. .5.. Try treatIt's
_y u_ 1'01-. @ijr.r; be a"ii U to th* wu; g warm
.... Paiil'.C N'... .'" II ; So hoot
that Urn of 'Nr when Pouf baiter. Pate
GREATER ::' ::.:.,.ngae iv.: /ripper"" uitM but O\It..... A Meg tTMtt.. BI rwssel11Qt tn pie BO WEN'SStandatd

West St. PeUriburg'i ::::..IWt N--:..' teaure""w / : Holy Name Church golden ring' *t rrti heed heated ever ltOO'r t MMM M

LEADING BANK tI1U I ...hrMewdber nllf4 to trtmMl WHR rr mycktk n\tMatt lit' YtII tUAhk l Oil Products

JACKSON'SSHOES e n. eves IM tM11nee. erorrei.vVbste. 8&2.2450
r.D.l.C. 1000 TYRONE BLVD. M' e )4"'U' 4441 M Slree4. NC.fli N1m" fnm MeomgMMswet asset Weal tJ .

for nsgg.e set lag pnpee t't.-.s entrk"

the, p.\ AMHh "" pl. w eeHy eel C" aoefee IA.t.. .+ -'
DON BARDEILA ...... two Moffitt tact. anted gtetaa.aa Hitr in rvMh r

MEMORIAL DAY MASS U''tw ,'.. Iteeee euac N I.htle..ed and prppee> utttil. ."" .-. .

J ile.Ae.Maio tletd.sanw alit Mattr t- yewafalaslty KINGFISDRESTAURANT
441 e.ekai. A.... IU.tns .
SATURDAY MAY 30 t eaves'. ante 11I1't t tI' e

ape,: I.'M. ,......1-\\,.' .-
\: tires ,ee.sea ....1t/ie.. asstte.w. ....-.... "heel' tAw+... .

1964 10:00: A. M. Enjoy AUTOMATIC L. -- Tire nets m.t ""; rn.tasaa

.. aeewt..gtatter 5' 1 rwlet
"Keep-RW ...- .. SEAFOOD
crt lot ITS
..... w "M -e4rtttrkea BEST
CALVARY CEMETERYFOR DELIVERY :ii.::::e- slerewC w+th tot,.
fWM4 .. .s*... ...... ,lay It eteeare4 !+rn 4eteMt, Golden Fried or soled Shnmp;

CATHOLICS OF P1NELLAS COUNTY $.. SS-IH-IIII.t I = : ..e... ....... .f.1w'" )I.a.. 1 NY" ge SucCWtnt Susopt

ch.v' es.e-4ew t. w
a= Luscious
C, : Lobsfend \
ML e'M' M IM |* *'r teen
I ..... stoat'' ILIPOOD _
eat..wliMe rata rt.&Tna
: 9.4D.3y OFFICE OPEN Sunday, By Appointment+ 1iyW W*t >*.4 *f g a4 ...... .... Rwt 1 Gifts: n".n-n1'..Y' CICaA,. &lD, t5O7 UkGCST ... t... M 7 Mgrwienb a'. lut c..r.S'PM w.4a) CHJCKEN J
Phone 526.4238 U. S 19 at Seth St. No. IN N4lW _5t, ad+......esl ..... hoot, ..u..m.1 ntl AT AND STEAKS

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The Florid Catholic Friday, May K, 1964


Women given Confraternity hints a

\xOT\Speaker forth Timekeeper for the event Aggregate members art the laity must practical Catholics > live within" our parish

conference on "TuuU for was Mr. &.eiit Clemens of pupil' students and adult gibe good example have UriM but wh are o.tth -
the Laity," during the w'omen t.aro.e. laity who regularly receive seal for Ckxl's glory< ami his 101.' Ctourch. whether

"s convention here last rettgtotM instruction the neighbor's .-.1,.,... n!\ Uwttcs or fattenawayt

week, beard MM. Clarence J.1l11anw Parish unit CCD program. One must, she said be able ,holies t /

\\ of Js fcMiviUe present The Pariah Vnk ,.,.. ... Associate members are to read with coaiprehemtan.foBow 1 he apostolaU alms at Rivk .

a short history of the C\IofMoot by fIN J. ?hiM thoM who contribute the direction, bevOHng uuuMwrs an "",,"I. 1 a1

Confraternity of ChriMlan Hoffman of R<<,ldt..t e. She support of the PI"O" 1'anby to cuoivrat with the program "' .>it-iiM of what th.
Doctrine before sending d legate explained that the heart of their pray er and/or loan assigned, haa perrevertng "i oh taeh. and the solid ; .
Into six grouping the CCD to the PsrUh Unit cial offering. siiirit and be determined '< II. for this tawcbtog. It \ A: ti At' R7

M'erallt't dlocwuan coun- a**)* up of an executive Only I three requirementsare to prepare. carefSil-: idea our effort to create : : t" : f"Newly ; t
\ for each ] _. ... _,,. .'. .. ..... .
ell presidents acted an bu rd. active Mfltreffate and neccsMry for membership ly *-on. mental cilasate. to make" ... .... .
ad\Ltors to th* conferences .......Jt'tate member, with the In the ("(,D: The alma and Meals are to .. .
which were under the iruM. parish Priest' M the director. Knratiment In a CCD spread the faith to the young Four ap art toosisary elected DCCW officers

ante of Pother W. Thane All members of the pariah register for the gaining' of of elementary and high t >rry out the week of the
Larkin of Ja .k oniile. Mrs. "n and should take part. spiritual prh Urges and In. school I age, and to those out. "\1'oI&t. of goad ",U1. she Board member elected then ofThomas Kenna and Mrs. James i.firers I

William was .Utrd by Acthe members are thoNe dulgenr**. ski the faith who are desirous .d for the St. Augustine Diocesan lather. Mrs. Lachcr. president, an-

Mrs. Ah In E Bailey of who work with the P...
I'onte Vedra Beach. Taking In teaching Christian Doctrine CCD program either through It. ''''10''''.; (SI Cathofte reik .- left Mrs.V.. ...: Humphrey ).I.... responding secretary.c .

part as advfoors were.: Mr*. either In the school of personal work or by prayersor matter news snd doe
J. H. Palmer Gainesville; religion or In the adult religious financial aMtatanre, Discussion clubs, i, 11 articles 'In amulet "'" iwhnul Although It Is they liv* too far from thnchratl we cannot svold' thus' respon-

Mrs. George P. Coyle. JackonvlUe education program. Attendance at meeting )lfL William Dow en ofJaikiiomtMe <."-1\11.>ers, radio, TV pro- not a substitute for th* week. or NHM>'II.* their par iblltty \\> should all strive

; Mrs R. M. ciewh!, Teacher, home visitors and at a specified time under the talked on \flfr HIM, books etc, but most ly Sunday School, very often rats for certain reasons >> to bring at last one public
Tampa; Mr Roilney Lake, helpers| aUt In the formal sutt>nl lon of the director.Activities mambo clubs" strennirg the uviunt! "gi wi .sam,,;" the MMteril going< to HellgkMM lint semi them M-hntl student to either Survil
Lakeland Mrs. Clifford Mcln- religious education program. Important* of wholeheartedpartldpdllon i (4i( an liixliation to Vacation Schowl become It therefof* .ts our rw"' >nslMlHy a v St-ruwl or Vacation

tire, Winter Park; Mm C'rllSflddlnlt Di ru0ion clubs, leaders and stimulatingquestions I a I i Catholic.. a regular catholic toe help the.. chlWren itrhonk she concluiiiL
Jacksonville Beach school l student she amid. to r,*ei,. reUtfioua Uwtruc-
members and
; parent educatorsand The activity program wadt obJectlcMI. Extracurricular Religion classes
Mrs Charles Callahaa Orlando apostles of good will are !.:cu_ ed by Mrs Frank cu..slons and tolerance of adding, lions
and Mrs. Milton In the adult education pro Scheldell of St Petersburg others opinions \1'' Mary Sperry of Plnelr Many of our children si* The C"Uii liv ht-, of, vrv,, Mrs, Leo It'ker!; of Uuileiv
rhikt in "v'' 11ttiillr U
Plumb Tampa. gram. She pointed out that the A PrI. Director Is essential r. a board memtier unable to attend CattoiMchuoh. ton painted out 'in her dl-nuv
11"' oi! 'I] o'I 14 re pn.lNluty |
of School of ReliNioit
to advise. g\Jkl. and. lend ii>. lH.r\V. told of the 'Imoiunc either lrau there ,, Ion "High -
an ) > 'II' uoitieit "
support when needed, but lie of Ih. religious vs- is no sthool l in their arlh. that a urge pervent:
should not b* expected to attend I (4 Catholic students are In
all meetings for then nubile or secular high,

discussion becomes .. ,.", ,
a question
1 Installation of DCCW
and answer period with 1C (the xnilh (.._ through,

the Priest doing all the work, o)h, o war* without renlll&o
she sakl 4 .,,n religion M sit adult
Discussions" should I be officers held, Sarasota .' Ii i .inline. with a doll1-

among the members and H ., \, unt'\ "Itw.l
problems and unanaw ered S.lUUT.M.! .... James 1. Lachrr. a member of t I" :ut, n" an adult

questions should be referredto !oil Joseph pariah in Bradenton haa born Installed III! "I I"" .IMllllf of wwlal 1 I. *(,).

the Priest on his. otxi0n- iirr ldent of the St. Augustine Diocesan Council of CathoHe ,,.IK it and. literary b.pd.s and

al visit Meetings can be held Women. She was elected by the board on May 13 during / i tlll.l'i r "mprh.iiit>ii of
? tie' in private home or church the annual convention. \l;; ..'1\1110'11.\ dw *.ld.
1 halls and t h members Outgoing president .la )1..... Coast _"* 1. Auditor, and ,, It U Important their' for.
should proceed at one to Mrs Thad airatf. thl. of 1st that religious Instrurtuum tNgiven
s ... '
J. *phho b et of Kan Hal- :, chlW
their dbmmton-th* real.l .. J.n... .parish Orlando. and our high
son for lielng ",,"1'*. I iir the Orlando Central i wnry.treasurer siren during ths.. four yore
In a parish where several. The hoard nf directors also al weekly.toIAl.. C'

dicu..k>n clubs are active, a rlrs-ted these wumn to .haM Mrs. Lch "ham appointed ( thuuM be small and tuujiluii 1 I
Joint meeting should t.. heM' the hauls of grmdlna. || | sisrnool
ulfMr'. si her cMTM ding ecr*
freshmen, "'I.h.t >
yearly progress rei 1Uf'U Mrs Thomas. 1 K.MM .fteptutt lary, HIM Ann TtC"III .
and ..
Confraternity goals outlined given by uII leader.'Good I .Hradenioa.Mr nor* Juntas "
.heath to It. SSL To l.Mh t..... stiMlonU.' It
Miss Joaephine Hoffman WM one for this portion of the program MiN will' tugu.tliw ItaMiwry. ivrurdug Lather .ta she mottwrnf Mrs. Anderson I* Important to .*t'ur. and

of the several persona who led discusHoffman is from RockIN e. She spoke nxrvUry. MlM. l_ltlurphr two son, one of whom *<* train priMtwtiiv l..ui\.rs.
sions The AI".I..t.| of (.<.ouolW now In th* UK Air' KMT
on 'Tool for the Laity' at the on the pariah unit of the Confraternity \ *f TaltatiMs and
III lu Mrs, Angel l.. Mli.Jhlelki awl th* other, a frphmsn attending
DCCW convention held in Saraaota. OtIhlM suit| Mr tli' .rlM
of Christian Doctrine. ( of llolnir* 1'I I] gave the ..m* _ner". parltonwnUrun .Hvlmunl. AMivy |her
1'tItof |lum*.(M.l. There
The convention broke into Floridareports
up groups the m'-.lunarefl/. t, A. Mrs W K Humphreyof husband .. a OMiMgr for .
W4 ,III tMMl l.. .WllU. irf the
iri. uuik. la lcj< ha,,. II,,,,>, iHinetllu and th* West fnue.OrW..
IH Auiwslin CtMnrtl Ice-

SARASOT BRADENTONIIjr The sew .1...._. |..*.i. silt st the' iwn_*nlan.Mr .

I lust !>.. Mrs a m.Mh.r .! *. J. II 1"-' Mrs
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\ Everybody ashGod's God's world

Catholic CommentBreathing

truth spread by Aged parent problem clarifiedA

efforts pleasing to HimECUSIENISM READER has written to to see the situation In true

air of charityTHE uk guidance on a problem per fCth'e and. with childish

stubbornness or with .
I : is only a which .U fairly commonIn weeping
self pity, resists the Idea
34th annual convention of the as well to observe the new leadership up Protev our day. It U the problem Father of a change of residence.
\ of the aged parent In the
Council of Catholic I I which the diocesan convention pro tanta, concealing Rome's Inflexible
Lev J.
home of a con or daughter. In The son or daughter, recalling -
duces and The fresh air
Women held in Sarasota last week encourages. determination to II h- this particular Instance It U t the years of self sacrificing .
of Christian charity which permeatedthe orb all other Christian bodies Frank J. Tree
a daughter who write Her love and cart re
WM one of the moat successful demon.
convention left doubt that the
no into Itself critics often say; Hhrrd mother In her seventies has ceived from this parent, feels

trations of Faith in the history of women knew fully the answer to the The trouble about a word been crippled by a stroke that it will be base ingratitude

our Diocese. Although it was held in question which was the theme of the U the
like "ecumenism. which 1* She not confined to bed but to place parent in an

the smallest of the deaneries it gave convention; "Who 1s my neighbor?" now on everj'body's lip must have assistant In all 5 Institution. "If mother stays

evidence of the fact that the women Although many of the words that though not one In a million that she dues. our family life Is ruined. It
assist l
of the Sarasota area must be numbered said at the convention be had heard of it five years ago, In addition mandmrnt oblige se to mother goes, my consciencewill
were may to caring for I.I their tim. of
t among our most dedicated. forgotten in time the spirit of the con. I U that It has no precise meaning only the sincerity but the Intelligence her mother the daughter else seed parent to th* fall extent of our give me no peace" This
I that tendsto dilemma faced
It was a total joy to be associatedwith vention will be carried over into actionIn no everybody of those who disagree must minister to needs of her abllll,. Is the by

these Catholic women whose love the Individual parishes. pour his own aspirations' with u*. The man who husband and five young and many sons and daughters.Th .
and hope Into his use of It...
1. for Christ U so great it is overpower. The number of Priests who were said to me when I wa speak active children. The daughter However, the fourth com- only solution to the

Quite suddenly Christians ing for the Catholic evidence Is finding the task to be mandmept dues not bind us
ing. No woman could leave such a convention I attitude
registered at the convention was a dilemma an of
I everywhere see It as Infinitely of an afflicted
back her guild In a London park more than she can cope with to the personal car
without carrying to great expression of thanks for the desirable that there should b* parent If that car firmness
"Cither you're paid to say feels! she 1s on the vergeof

pariah enthusiasm for the work that work that the women's societies In the One Church and there U these things or you're mentally a breakdown. \\hat should conflict with other duties First of all there must b.

Is being done there. parishes have done In the past. The something Intoxicating In th* deficient," had not taken she do? which have precedence. firmness with the parent, Instating

The diocesan convention each year magnificent turnout of the women was glimpsed possibility. Intoxlca Mhls first tep. It U dangerous to offer Sometimes, In such situations that she or he accept

acts as a leaven to the 10,000-member a pledge that they will meet the overgrowing lion of course halt Its own All must accept the fact off.the-cuff advice In this mat. there 1 111 a financial ob placement in a home for the

organization. It U always interestingto needs of the Church in splendor. But sobriety'ssplendor that men who ton Christ disagree ter. Each such case Is an individual stacle. Nursing homes are ex aged or the chronically\ .

observe the timid newcomer at a Florida and that they are ready to accept I 14 greater. with them a* to what problem with ramifications pensive. Home for the aged Th firmness must be tempered .

convention as she is impressed by the the mandate of going out to their The sober fact I is that all (C'hrllll: want, and not make which need careful poor, conducted by Sisters with gentleness and

Christians are convinced that thl a ground of enmity I consideration usually have long waiting but It must be
contagious zeal of the leaders of the neighbor to bring them the true joy of ) compassion
what they hold! I II what Christ know two Ulfllhop.-on. of lists. If family resource are the
against parent'ssilent
This lady and others proof
women of our Diocese. It is interesting the Gospel any
want. There I I. no other our Church, the other not with similar! problem woulddo limited. It may mean turningto or verbal reproaches

standard. No Christian can They are very close frl.ndll. the county authorities for
well to seek guidance froma be
Then there must firmness
agree to discard, or In anyway on Christian name terms (n financial assistance In the
family counselor at the
Sacred ScripturePersecution's play down, some belief don't know which of their local Catholic Charities office. placement of the parent.If with one's own con

or line of action he sees a. flocks would be more startled this U necessary, false science There is no least
Face to face dUcusslon witha
I sin attached to
shade of placing
Chrlnt's, solely because to utter ). The Catholic hold sham should not be allowed
skilled and experienced ads
it plainly would make that the other has not valid to stand in the way. It is our one's parent In an approved
anauish osalmed vUer will lead to a more confident institution where the
feel leas well.dl"poII.1 which maintain
other ChrUtlan episcopal order, U not In the decision. own taxes

toward his own particular succession of the Apostles state and county social services parent will have competentcare.

DURING the second sorry plight all nations will group and so hinderecumenism. the other know he holds It.; However it does seem ot> If we must make use of It would be a great mistake

War, we of the tIP forced to acknowledge III.luprf'macy. regrets It, hopes that h* will \lou that this correspondent these service, let u* remember for the Ron or daughterto

should place her mother In a hate paid for :>> torment himself or herself
present generation became be convinced of his error, but that w*
Father The taut stanza ((11.13)) re- Call II hlunlly betrayal, railIt nursing home. The lady's first them In advance. with guilt feeling! when
meanwhile loves him human
painfully familiar with the Jwala thl plea and promises polllrljr. diplomat, the dud; as a duty Is to her husband and there 1 I.* no guilt Memoriesof

anguish of ravaged: nation John J. unending thanksgiving If It of' truth I.l not served br It. being and a* a devoted children. Their needs and For many nun! sad dangh- mothers or father's past

Through the marvel e.f ('''Irlut Its granted And granted itacs servant of the Master they welfare must come first. It )era the problem I* on. ofroaMlrnc sacrifices will be cause for
A Catholic would I* a common both love.
modern vUual communications torn ,10 years later trickster who tried to will be no charity to anyoneIf rather than ,sadness certainly that thIs

Th second *.lrp-nnd this this woman suffers such Monty, step must be taken but
we taw with our own But *f.11 l In TO .*. I). Jrrnlrm cover up his own conviction:
and exhaustion
slit tier lord mu t *nrtly *p- physical nervous those memories are not cause
when aged
the that Christ founded one Usually an parent
eyes horrifying spectacle| .u. vc more horribly
pro**-I.I that earl hold. that she cannot: properly is for remorse.Cod .
Jesus '.......0111 this foil Church and no other a* along becomes a burden it
of shattered rllle slaughtered her duties wife
In the netherworld until the. study the beliefs h. already discharge as a because the parents knows the problem and
term policy of softeningup largely
and Ih of
thought U
non-comlNitanU, disc icily. had been decently consigned my hold nor deeply than ever. and mother. have become the poignant eslitT for
brought .nr. to III. .,.... with a view to ultlmat mental faculties

placed person with dark, to Its grave absorption not of individualsonly H* must try to *e* whatIn Thin do. not mrn that the Impaired by a stroke or by this solution. It will be His

empty eyes herded Ilk. rattle The psalmist refers to the And some of then tears but of whole) churches. fact hi* belief actually has .0 rr..pon lblllly to krrivlhrr. the onset of senility Consequently judgment and not the par.

Into pens not fit for cattle. .unfortunate' Ills citizens an cat's'servants' may hat* fallen for the new That sort of thing I II worldly art and why h* thinks Christ The fourth cowDecrees the parent is unable ent's which will prevail
No one could view lh,,.. Inhuman Jr.\IlC11lf'm. Ills Church wisdom and nowhere III I wants him to hold them. And
n n. I. Andlnduubt.lIy which would indeed. survlv
worldly wisdom lens In place h* must Ix able to show thesethings
enormities without .
many Innocent |people suffrred fmever and grow vr will without Father Frederick McManus
It* union not com In all charity to Christian
shuddering with rtvuUlon In the raUxtrophe. stronger, but at the price of Cod's action and trickerywill who disagree with him.

and a strange, Indefinable Hut as the prophets' had frequent anti savage er.*- not win Him to act Hut while h* hold them a*

tear bees Irlllng .them for )ar., (cution from Christ he must want fulfill liturgy document
However. Holy Mother the Indrrd' whatever worldly
U. rtprilrni mush flu the lilt ."l Ih. city was lb. other tn hold them ton
Church 'ih I I I and wlwlom may Mr, oar only
Mm wet uf fruition Mhfntrading Just punishment of their ohllnt pillar lf.. If they are from (Christ : following article a- stun on the Liturgical Apetolate *- Scripture texts will be Incorporated
foundation of Truth" In her ,".Ur, I I. tet do w hut |> *
; |>klm 7*. ... .lnfnltM. initiation of bringing salvationto Him, and not what will coax they are nourishment for the THE some of the ; (Ib) proper parts. like In altar mlJIIII" only;

soul II. cannot: Iw happy the Introit, Gradual etcIna they will not be released fur
This pnaltn I In the cry of a In the second ..t.nll8)(: SOM I* has always 'bern a hers effects of the American I
while other are starved of a \ lon bated on the Confraternity publication In small missal
people to their (Ul a cry of the author acknowledges this sepal l by sacred ikrlptur BUhopV deirer entering extensive -
One remembers quit a lotof fixxl I h* Is convinced Christ of Christian Doc- for the people. There ar.
Twin, of Itpwllilrrment of aid l I..c' and 'begs cal! to forgive and ha* always defended. It use ot English In the
Catholic\ groaning when want them to hav. This t r I n e tranwUtlon of the several reason for this decision. -
nxluus It ... toleHcU them to forget lh tr form of false In.
pleading. .m. (rom any Mass and tdmlnUtratlon of
4 Plus XU defined th* dosnvn of Impll rto personal Judgment > the It I I. avoiding
... .. psalms; (c simple practical
quIt. clearly the destruction gust kin' and deliver thn<. .r.rri i\k>n, the PonUrt..' It Mrramcnt. '
Our l ady'a Awumptton. lit the. other. Thy may attached to these unnecessary obnOlev
Ife !I. .'hi on the'rl1rfIh..1 (\ mmU lon for Hlbllcalt t l l re.p..n any
uf Jerusalem l hy the plea > the definition
was pointed out that I holler than h* love Christ
On more toward thelongawsttel parts of Mass cence of jxipuUr mlllqls now
lUbylonlan In M7 I). C. "U while they may tie ,ln- .\ rouM I only widen" the more, h* more loved by use of English For the available. It also emphasizesthe
understand- sacraments, thetnont
ful and thus Ih nl
Cod, the nation lute limit breach between ourselves and OuUt. But If h* ha* bread in the .MM has been taken provisional nature ot th.
I Into your Inheritance; they able object of 111* anger lhnation They tln noted the perCeutdnn Important development
the Prot tanl*. Yet withineven hate h will
that they not *
with the decree enacted text*
by approved
hUll defiled your holy 1 who hate rh.aIlIC.1 l and death of Christ I Is that liaptfom. Confirmation. newly
.. year., 1had Pope want to share it with them the United Mate
temple, they have laid Jerusalem them art even wom For n>nve>* strength remindingthat and within IlUhop on Communion Penance, In the next few years the
John XX alon ecumenical mcwt.
III. I am a* a*
in ruins (I).* I they do nut wen acknowl-I th. Apostles announrnlflmt April 2. JUlit now mail pub Anointing, and Matrimonymay official mbuwl ritual, brevt-
find Catholics .
< years w* I rejS ice In the union of lic. Confirmed the
: edge Him as hula of all the death and by Holy be celebrated with all etc will all toe revised
After this opening \ ..*. Protestants cheerthin ary. ,
| and heart for the union of
pray See on May. I, this legislation and In
des He .I..vr'etlll' thin tiles ,In, Hemirreitlon of the Ixtrd. glv I texts prayer RnglUh." (by the communion>>
the author goes"" on to i they hav* vr been! mlrxU, am glwl that thru permit Knglkh; In of .

mrtli the .IIUl.tI,,". Not only the thlnl status (11)-101.) printIng big; testimony to Jesus, they It I I. not fanciful to think other Christian' group are the part of M..... which must are of To take on f..lcW1II one example\ have, the rite by Pope .'tlut)). At that time* Inhabitants been out that their defeat has faithfully net forth )HI* life that Our lx>nl wa pleased l at taking Christ Our Lost. to *.kl or aloud anti also much Mtlmated to tIC anywhere
sung for
slaughtered hut their ruq.| .M .r\'t'd to ilK tell.. the bWutl anti reted| tits woril. the honor don Hit Mother. men who, for whatever rea- throughout the sad dUller who meaning hear the th* .jwnl- from three to ten je r -the
prayer tent Priest
have la-en Ml unburied a l IIN mmM taunt of theNgaiM After Christ. had r..urrf'l.t.f'Ii amt hMme l to show It. NUImnnlitw son will not accept Him from texts of the sacrament anti rite the formula re- whole question of .approve-

for the who ask.. scornfully, from the clMil> | and Ilk will and prayerof English translation will betaken ,
liullgnity (
kupitm frustra-you u*. Hut when I meet a IiaptUt sacramental Only one mute absolution.The .
Hebrews. They conatilrmlthe \\hcr I I.. their CM'" Now divinity alllrl'Cl| l In a Hearmanner. gel noMhtr without the My I want him to step remain the publication up again by the buts.

soul I ami testy to I.I MI the J.""d !hits an op|"n H.nll/ faith did l not let uforgrt 1..1. hate all that my Faith had. and dUtributlon of of. American iM.hesp also of Bishop. Only then w ,ui

united that the to vlmkcle' i III* fit,.. fr. If tie th. memory of the gave their approval to two the present popular missals l
ghn m*. And if the (tap--
The tint step-arts no faltar' I ml.*.l. anti l
... llli frwm their event of III" u"un.t lithNM. of the breviary u( become obnvlet In the Scriptural -
soul ixiuld not JI" to It. rest rue* |11t")1.1. 1"\ iUotlnn| of prbdpl."u list I I. the nun 1 think hhn.iI. ritiMl rontalntng the tr n. the divine Offk" *. texts, etc.

any Chrtntlan. taking It frvb the MW way tout UtkMM appro>>*M| for puMtcUK
This picture wilt
now ,. to accept nut me. by the liiKly of American rumpi Thl 4rl lon U ale| I.
*..*i r* clear enough In .
HI ho pl."ltu. pace.1kw ,...... t. leach an IntpvrUnlIrwon.
t Fothr Michael V. Connn at .treat when the official .

Vatican letter Ik* llw. .rlinlaUtor missile and ritual are

Minion *f Nombr D* Die p.hllr. .lti.. I. ,...., lk. puh4hed.| prrvunMMy. before WMII the. rending of the

body .f ni.".|.. will IN .hl. the cowl of tM, )ear. Epistle ."' ( u pel| I is in

r Opposes So. Africa's use .. set Ih. artist .... lurIllsrgkal rJ>glUh, It .U a public prvrkkSMUon
121.11t l : c1111ptc12S in T. sold ,*.r. ... withrfgH
q ... .. .:sgls.h of Owl* Word tot
!. >H>|>nUr ml wiU.l .
throughout the t .Hr4 HUlr. heal sad
listened to by
of apartheid sentences ....*trr, ... ,N4.t has ken
tie <*. **. Mt reed
I by
f.Lol l .1 CAtholic history TM o < *f a bock There I.I thu
hole !'H U u.lni "u. South Africa awl fIft..half the IHUH striktag reforms

1.11t offk.. lo (par* the uf tN
( h.rcn 11 frontier, I is the | rovlnr* of lln) linker n
Gusts. ,* contlnuf Illhop I .Isle .1 t ......... I......* sail with rn4Ul| tMinUhmmlNMih '". country. u tM 01IttIIINP
/ r : \1'" M. J.
"ot .. t ,ihlcrxHt\ In his. rv't*>rt i>fIt that It .IMM| sot far ..*r Africa for vtoUn. ,,4c T h a swvef e4gn |.inUfft from th* *Xkitng
r "
|sea. ran I Maul lir..*(. law urfiukttiig aiMftlwtrtrt i. who h4. takes nut .4 tN title tests ...1 prayer TMlh

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.that 1.1...... lh. better This anniMinrn*. 5.,. fMM te .... h** grid UrkY U... Mrurt**.. eve. whuhitrr true
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6 The Florida Catholic Friday May n. 1964

Pope asks Japanese Protestants Baptized ? Confirmed? If so, I

says Fr. Larkin this is for youFather

Catholics to work

toaether W. Thomas Larkin > mans unique creation. and of the dedication of the

VATICAN CITY (NC-In) of Jacksonville, most Modern man. in short men women and children
an audience
with a group steps will align themselvescompletely s with whom their Uves
of Japanese Protestants either rejects Gen I or purposefully were
Pope Paul VI called upon Cath. ." + recently appointed of the
Ignores Him lest
olics and i4c
Protestants in moderators for eaAt.Who
wish Japan to work together "if we "In your great country spiritual he offend his neighbor's ..en..lth'ltlC'1 can read the Acts of
to see the name of the Lord be where Christians do not the deaneries of the St. the the Epistle
praised more yet or disturb his own Apostles or
in the regions of the Rising Sun." constitute even a tiny minor kIa Augustine Diocesan Council conscience. of St. Paul, without seeing

The Japanese group had come to Rome after making a sty Christians must feel I all of Catholic Women What Is the Church's answer that Christianity dMnt mean

pilgrimage to the Holy Land. The Pope who had the more the need for collaborating spoke on the lay apoatolate to this problem* just going to church on Sun
received King Hussein of Jordan chatted with If they wish to seethe \ during the recent convention It I is a new emphasis, on djy.

May 11 about the holy places recalling his them on name of the Lord praised '1 t r e in Saraaota. Excerptsfrom the Uy aixtttoUte T h It entered Into every phase

riences on his recent visit there where he own expe more, and so that there may : his address follow: Church today, in the Ecumenical of ",.. It MM a con: -titnt mUl .
prayed to the be always more Christians tn
Lord that "we all may be A check of the public utterances Is emph la- .Ionl l to spread' Inn filih.To .
one in Him." an our heart we hope your the regions of the Kiting Sun of the last several bog not the JurtdUal aspect: of
-ab soils' propound thU great
they the Church but the Churchas
visit to Rome those of the
tightens Including
these <<
The Pope spoke theological truth of the
briefly in bonds may give to the Lord 'a pureoffering. all living organism whose
the Ecumenical Council
French more, so that present
recalling the U not enough Nor
words head l I. Christ and whose
when it will would reveal
please God a constantly recurring -
of the our
prophet ha the Church slopinxi here.
Malachj, rope Pail chewed thatndovSledly emphMilM on the .... member are every baptlivd
"From the rising of the She has provUknl a con
sun, Congress slated hi. vHlors had ratio, the p.sarr and' the re.apuasthllltles 'Wlan organism kept
even to its setting ev cry- alive by the life of Cbralwhich crtt program so that the Uyman -
ttC the
debates of the Second lay
where they bring to my noviiut. India (onA t'aticaa flow" through uh can fulfill his vocation.
Council. apostle
name This U called the
a pure offering"MaL movement to bring existing You are bd;>(tlse'> program

( 1,11)) medical guilds in India Thus they would "under therefore, you have a vooat whose growth\ Illtl! development Confraternity of' Christian

Developing this theme the into federation to expected to stand the expression of our !,m to bring your 'alth t., each of them is calledto Doctrine. It provides an out

Pope told his visitors: "Your highlight the third! Asian ardent desires for a rapprochement ea others You are confirm, make Ms awn special l let for tV.rYQn.1 teal

presence here would already congress of Catholic doctors always closer with those end th.r.CI'1. have the contribution. It teaches religion to children
In lUelf be sufficient Indication scheduled whom historical circumstance In public schools; It provide
to begin here November power to bring that filth to The Sacrament of Daptlsm,
of jour sympathy for the 25 Doctors from several have separated, and we be with others. 1'1'hk'h each intllvkliul, t.Int.'O'llu..t..1 Ii illncuiMlon cluba for

Catholic Church but we know countries of Asia and line we do not deceive ourselves Pope prays boyPope "Inalty' l KCus. you are | l 'in ChrUts Mystical adults Catholic: and non-

furthermore! the numerous Europe will on reading In I | Catholic, who want to know
and that
attend. jour twptlieil, amt ronflrmrtl Italy, uf OMIflrmaiK -
Paul VI prayedCook Kiglhh: with Edmund you
proofs you have offered In The patron of the guild hearts a similar desire;' he have the resn>nlhiUty ti> n. by whkh h* U matured more alout the faith It promotes
the past of this sympathy and Valerian Cardinal CracUs of said. shown in Vatican Jicnce with hw mother. spread faith 1 and strengthen!, are Inquiry classes" and
of that They' were' enroute to Lc, ,Lies from their( home in your missions! for non.Cathollc'!;
brotherhood Bombay, Is also president of "In Japan; you constitute avery On IVnlrctMt.,.. l Italy( the welbprin; of th. laym -
which Is in Japan as we havebeen the International Eucharistic important group by vlr Australia to pray for a ,\if a cyst on his pan Spirit Inspired. the TwelteAjmitlea *>,t'* 'lIutkl4In 111..11.| It reclaims those who hale

told, the general rule for Congress to I* held here Immediately tue of your quality and nuns creaa. Edmund's sister: it some time ago from | to win the world fur These raninu give the fallen away from the faith.:
relations between Chrktlani bers. Your functions and a similar ailment. It .nluodle (Hirent.. to teach
following the doctors the Christ l I.ijnwn the |">*" tr to Mmtlfy
of diverse confessions. With congress mttitlons which you octupy -- -- --- -- Mlntory SNOWS that the the w *rkl tn whith h* llveiami religion In the home la pts-

l permit you to exercise a considerable Holy r4rit was always rr* morn. school: ihlklrtn.
Father Frederick Influence on jour Bishop Reh cites valueof Wilt to Irwpire the Church ()m* a man really spprevlatn "- (immune |people| with no r-
McManusDecrees HgKtu" training bate nvthin
fellow titlxe Me pray Gal hiss tu meet a crlulsIn this elementary lhes.
that" He may deign to blear the past loin rhnllenii. l k>irK.l truth h* will twenm UI..Jf\| Yo hkh tea>> author their

and to Increase In jour hinds Catholic school work acne Mirth-uUr leMchlng uf mnnrtau rf hu v<>ca,K>rt ain llv*.. w* (flml ll.tiio ct>mmitsvikl

fulfill this )potential for Illsglory the fhunh. Today they chall all.te.Ue| ..l. every >'Hr In the
Unltrtl rut., An .i.trnuilil
and for the welfare of .KI.KMO.V: (."C-) Cly holic xhooU are "unlque- im. the v,"'ry *.U<.iM. of will .,m.* the 'rx>riMollleo numlirr, turn U> trim unit

jour Irluntry"Voicos the Church' and r*>ll<|Jon. hl tl.u.. > !. hUWtnlt
l n '
equipixxl" for providing I i (;...I'crntefwl etlueation I>*
Bishop Charles .'. nth of C"' irli) -.ton has declare 1 In a In he !>...! wen l but ..1.) III. I.Iaing l older major criminal$ offn.*.. committed
I liturgydocument
!. ( Kil.l, s..l h* will seeka.w ,
concernat pastoral letter read rrccb'a: : in Catholic Church Inca the) U.e<.. TtxUjrIbey every 14 seconds of
throughout South Caro kU sail il.. nut even upsa.lwslliet| In ...Is. every> dy; a total of lwxa5):

(r..ll..dn.. s.|. u ancient times the o|>|r eras .dm II II .U ""'.... h.talhsa with hi* |IU..h.| .|t amilrlel every y"'. On. out of every

I no reason for the cungrl'Ifl'tlon : tuiuiin! mpof-e lit"tlanltttor \.\ |M-i.ik>H wish Ihe 'antra'- The MUtsw* t.f flnl the lu rural ( h...,', l Is.Clara. hour who marry will h/ Illvorrwt..nd

to have the prect.etranslation congretwtuiiial and choir council of Ktnva hum Heh strMSMl lw"grave .irmliy .... < lul..lUn 10." |ilniMwsruiM nature of man th whale rents .'., two of every 2111)

which In publicly use according to the newly, voiced its cvtuern over the rvsiMmlbiligr". 01.|aMenu |or those sal In erpt. /tNlar'e1MS I and *>f aHB The brurext gllmi- at the who drink I will. twiouuj

read; It I III even undesirable approved text deportation of the ChrUtUn to pru'VII tM.* I alh.ik M h 111ba.
that educationIf M..rand
people should!
read the
mliMlonarle front the south (iii the. nkIrel .hea into qwwitlun. OurWealern tatiimlM' Mln.Jot "Intuitmtmt .
missal rMdren noted that *!. Edgar: HiMiver stirbale.III.
when they are supposed There I. a _l slaelflraar tn ...rnIC"'n and the increasing MicularM. Culture with a sal t... clo-
to be society of different. 'ihl parents( Should naiHtiKil M'.* and attentive r"'t'polive the trriurUr developmentwhlth uuml<ir children. to I'atheMr pretends In uphold. (C.t "kwrt I Iv knit halrturhlcal. enminunltv "Him.!* ul ..... assay ,\.mertr - to Codstpoken I..... beoitil It. lllarglrad seeking refute' elsewhere In not five Ocdmusr! ..* > .rfirgM. .If |MtaalM tie. If It In their. juridlrai, aa|...cUlths **Hh of wh_ member .n. lust I..M I.I cal sesraSort
111I1.| .,.'.*... Kurt Africa. The ouunrtl imvwhMM ,1 l total I
I annual humanvaiitn flllotl a "
thai they > Snore .
la It sad|
', life
Another c lien to eMMrtn" M IM SM ewe way ,
question created I meeting _All toM that but Ii tt.IIl.'ahdv, re- inl In |>nirl lmlng the past!
the For the flr-t time While the Ntm Should I'' 'MI..t,... In the Mornllljr is I purely I .. *MI
by Mans since account
sung or high the refugees Include both 1t1..1. t> ._ \.hl' i urw' ..r n..r-I l nt t'hrlst. Itt \
fu.a' tu
'Irelll(1011a inclM
nh .
(roiriini at the i">ti4 .*hl ...... Id...
Ma for the Third Council of IfelU. tar much ef rhthft
and that matter, Christiana and a tho .(f,', of Hk MMIfk.
Ctwl-twiu. ,
l At MttvifiIt I t.'M' b' K ll l. II U. I"' IIIIt .
.... ...I > they .. .
"."V tM. Ilklre In IsbI, th e Americo .r1walu.n. sw .a -
v M'- n sung I* r 1r II w* are going u cnangotha
English:: instead of Latin. The on last April J exerelwd Th. delegate railed l.'lh cannot 4u the whoto .>A currant trued 'tn ouriwuntry

council's dectiion was' a I a power to make .n the 4 hrl lU. then hes The child stands many toward Irrctlglun amiImnvnrsllty

simple and direct one. The binding decrees, whkh In .M I..U\1ot..1 <4< hrMUii. ... Sours of the day out of has U will only 1 Iw

vernacular language! are allowed turn were confirmed by the .1', ..> |sr.m* home 'In the ......*' the through the Ioty men whorsrtignUe ..

In the sung services to Holy s.-.. At the countII. AItart for the relMfer*. HUhuv ...... "for Milt H U hU vacation ami

.l the same extent as In the ncited Cardinal Meyer of Chicago They. aW Mktxl the Kenya the KttMry' platy M his ;i-i R dm something stash ItTh .
hud stated, ltvlf ,_,.,' .. If K *
servkes.The on .HV eminent to t sere .. IUInfliwrMe > fir tart "',\..l mly me* i afrsctkui
same, point Is made lit) Amer\dtn\ Itfjshopa.\ jbyt and fun! v.'fkvs' to 141,r .n nr. .1.{ atM Ch). of the iNNSCathatkt;
In the decree of the Amerl' the bialy of HUhoM s),00" thing about' (<)..l 4% .
ease the sltualklnKenya's | J">l" that you lhttxne 'I.ynlasl.
can Hlhop, equally appltrsbl be able to exercise .uch ( Justice MlitMer "tMlh' faith la t.. ehas'risen. i Into vunUrt with every

to sung. and recited authority In ra>w. |listed In M .an ewsllyIMS t....rnw h
Tom had crHMsM.; the layover your 'hark fence. aiIh
nlce*. On qlWlilk.Uun the Chunhs general laws orly aware ol th* lint |>'Ur-
exputalon" of the ren >ln4nmlMlunarfcM < offk. 'in the ach/ail> al a
the these shuuM .has .In hi. a.1 M- I _
hat been made by the. Roman lope. ('hrlelfan (n tWHuUMi *...'ul"..... Uhnl a Ir*

Commission: the musical settings The demo on the verrw- aaMhern In a talk l tututtents life" 'Orinq children to roligion cl SSOS' mn4entll' for Iwl",.

of the English (or cults are the fU.t Instance uf here '
l e rly AKtUTh big ('tar.... lit lh |i "I'i liH >
other vernacular> testa imwt thin renewal In the ("hu"II ," ...--..-........... ..
a mass dtamlMMl of ml Mrs Maii'i'v' Trim' I'inellajPmrk bona .'h.d. Thin phase of work by see r**pu Mihl f IPChrtxUnlaln
have, the approval of the Coofrente U tpproprtat that they sMavrte/ Malrst d Itldr Women ifx' worldHsptlMM I
Moving u.rpd OtholicwMr: "m to strive the Council' of ( .thol has
of ftH.hof.. houM steel with pastoralconcern preaching 1 a Mlftuei whh h 1s.. H* Ih.* ,or..-
d.tad.. It
rhlWrmt been Ors.Utlo".1 for woe
to. brtof C (holk alllndingN
What will this mean In the greater faith' andilriiiilim 'mII Itstr ,k..s nss ... 5a4s. Is t.15.. .
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tort, rnnfUtiMibin v. u<
..... ... nrUwitl |h. recent imnvrfltion l ( In
1 N 4tf _. liMit. to resptlel ., pariah eateeh at
practice! CWefly that lurn ..r the HNiile| | to liefostered .. n.10'. ''' mare, be n'fIIr11w' .*. !.* t .... Wt **. .*4 ..* Ih* strength. 7h* tdiiiiii
l*"*ri have opened up u> b>' the u4 of the- .! he ."tMl. 'I'I I I. r ,,,' Ik* ... ..... /5. If ..ea .aaMi anon l to rrtlgtous vaca ftaraawlaaail plies IM Ihs peso/din. '
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6 The Florida Catholic, Friday May 22 19&4 I Jr \. Sharing our treasureStudentFisher Mass guide

Library dedicated .,' works/ to SL'NDAr May 21

1 a, Mofct Holy Trinity (Mats

of Sunday Gloria, Creed

Pope recalls visit to I # f'r convert friend by exampleHAVE Preface of the Trinity.)
1t7 IOSD.\y, May 25

St Gr.gory11.I. (Mast of

Notre Dame in message you to ever share made your any I,. Supreme Pontiff Gloria,
." r ::!'nd Prayer of St. Urban,
Faith with a churchless .
Ii I 1SOTKE' DAME, Indiana (>O)-With a special message friend or neighbor If not, :.f'r Common Preface)

and apostolic blessing from Pope Paul VI the Notre you are failing to observe the Father ? -f I TLEhDXV May 26

Dame Memorial Library was dedicated here last week in command Christ addressed! to John .\. M Philip Nerl (Mass of
feast, Gloria 2nd
I the presence of three princes of the Church and presidents all His followers: "You shall Prayer of
Krleb St. Eleutherius. Common
I and delegates of 200 be witnesses for me In JeruSalem .
the .t lassan d VII? 23 other' Preface)
and In all Judea and
and universities.
(minding four Catholic college WEDSESIJAY! May[ 27
Samaria and even to the very
Eugene Cardinal Tl-werant, pre ldenti, St Bvde I liIIIl of a Doctorof
ends of the earth"cts( 18),
dean of the College of Cardl- Joseph Cardinal Hitter, the Church, Gloria 2nd
To witness for Christ I and received: the last sacra
nab, celebrated a Solemn Pontifical Prayer of St
Archbishop of St. Louts who John Coin-
means to share the glad tidings ments I realized then how
Mass: In the morning previously received an honor mon Preface)
of His Gospel with much his religion meant to
iind delivered the papal meo degree from Notre Dame THURSDAY: May 28
ary others and thus bring them him when he was about to
Sage during an afternoon aca blessed. the $8 million libraryat Corpus Christ (Mast of
meet his God
Into His Mystical Body
demlc convocation Both the clone of the convocation Ormond Name feast, Gloria I Sequence
Holy men Church. My brother Harold had
took under
eVents plate sun Creed, Common Preface)
lit skies In front of the 13- President Kirk of that previously embraced: the FRIDAY, :29!
Orajwon Mit- This mean every May
installed William
Neil A. new Rerutel
Father Sager McQulllen ,
Faith and he too told me how
-tor) library Forming a tx+ck Columbia University, In the Catholic: must be a nil .ion* St Mary Magdalene de
officers for the year at 9 am. MUll chell Theodore Kniffen and Williamon much the Catholic: religion
for the outdoor
drop ( p. .
major convocation address, Pazil MaM( of a virgin
monies wan the mammoth May 10 In St, Brendan Church, Or- Maroney Mr Mitchell In the presi. .r" has to offer. I got In touch .
said that 'because the greatest not a martyr, Common
library mural, "Word of Life," day of American higher. mond Beach. They are, from left dent. Mla inr- from the picture .U Pope Plus XI, who Is generally with Father John J, Haley !lreface t

whose central figure Is Christ education mill He ahead, the J. Herbert<< Behm, Thomas Hay, Joseph Frank Nicastro marshal. credited with givingthe CSC, at Holy Cross ChurchIn SATURDAY, May 30
in the 20th South Bend and received
the Teacher. lay apostolate
greatest days for America are Mass of the Blessed Virgin
"It instructions fur four months.
Recalling his 10 visit to also In the future century Us impetus said for Saturday Gloria,
Paul said Protests against Parish displays draw Is necessary that all men be' 1 was deeply impressed by 2nd
Notre Dame, Pope He described a hallow Prayer of St. Felix I,
What would the the fact that the Church had
apostles ,
the new library will "serve those "who see in our contemporary Preface of blessed Virgin,
at; a valuable instrument In world only the portents profiteering in Twelve have done, loot in thewtlrld' survived' the wear and tear (or feast of St. Felix I, 2nd
attention of f of than 19 centuries

women Immensity, if they more
the pursuit of truth and the of despair, decay and player of Blessed Virginfor
defense and development of doom" funeral business had not called' aloud to others with lu doctrines Intact, Just Saturday Common

faith." 'Change In not to "be feared SARASOTA-A high point of the convention of the -men, women, the aged and as It had: received them from PrefaceSUNDXY.,>

hut to "be grasped and used, Diocesan Council of Catholic Women held here last week, children and said Let us ChrUt and the Apostles.. May 31
Catholic and (.. DrM: PMINrM I : IlllniiU'
professors ,
for therein lies the only hopeof was the exhibit room which housed the displays of eachdeanery' carry forth the treasure of .be 2nd Sunday after PentecuHt. -
dente have the sacred duly. <(<"(' Catholic administrators distribute This could only explains
) to
cemetery ; help us
tu follow Ihf lurch's. aulhen- our progress, he said. finest projects.The L by the fact that (Maws of Sunday
should take the exhibit of one or Its It Gloria, 2nd
an .. Prayer of
He snaglMeilum, In mailer of Cardinal Meyer )la his sec many women who share treasure ('hrl-t hail kept HU prvmlwhen .
You can
lead In romruttlnx overrnmmerclallMm Kioupi' $, undei'takings.rhee your Blessed Virgin Mary,Creed
faith and moral., or In fields mi n sold the university world, ratno to Sarasota held as one witnessing for Christ He Mild to the Apoolle:
judged and the by Preface of ,
Intimately/ r"nne 'ted with I should t>e Miin open" ,'om rail iilt and unethical conduct of their main objectives: the were and telling others about the "*< <>, therefore, and make Trinity )
Imit were sent
either of these,.* the l'<>|>old. y, a common enterprise, In by some funeral directors learning of the progress, of the beauty truth and helpfulnessof disciples of aU nation, bM|"

...! which men of many field and the president of the National other organization and dejnerleo t<> the they ilUneMin were competitionwheie matched your Faith in living an upright Sizing them In the Hume of Honors Cardinal1HHIQIK

.c'I"'lIra| l search honenlly for Catholic Cemetery Conference Viewing In miniaturethe the rather and of the H,..nand
"Nor will this prove to be a with the other deaneries'toniilbutlonM Christian of
has Id hired programs parish
truth' and ronfldfnlly. share fruitfulness of this of the Holy Hplrlt.' Irachla -
detriment to science or to was a aid' to thowomen Cardinal Marella, Archpriest
group great
their 'I."' .. In a Memorial Day statement Illustrated in the & them to oboerte all thatI
method ls
freedom; rather will it he a In the exchanging of On \VednewUy morning at of St Peter's basilica, was
made hate commanded Jon; and
public May 8
safeguard for the supreme Chancellor Herman B, Wells on 1 IdlMS' the t-onventlon, Mrs. C F, conversion of John L. Coleman honored for his "dedicated
by the organisation national Itehold I am with you all
human and Christian value., of Indiana University In the .illahun of St Charles parishIn an announcer at WJVA labors for the Church and for
headquarters here, Father Prior to the dhxetwn con- days, eten unto the run-ummatliin -
and exalt the prestige of the dedication banquet address Orlando, Mrs Clifford Mc- radio station South Bend, Indiana International understanding
Robert .'. Allen condemned] \flit Ion, each deanery held his life of lh. woild (>lntIbrvt -
Catholic universities,"' acid the library, "with its Inttre of St. Margaret MaryMirlsh who narrates and cooperationduring a
those ""ho ronolder' the burial Its "convention" Uwh: pariah" 2M, I- (II.)
Father Theodore M II... |H'clallzed staff, Its collections : | In Winter Park, and story thus1'hen : \!HIt here.
I of I the dead a business In the respective( : deanerleitrepieiunterl
burgh CSC,, Notre Dame and !Its buildings is a itself there with Mrn' Cyril Sliding of ht Paul \ I was a student at 1 was received Into ChriM's The Cardinal was awardedan

president, conferred' honorary crucial Ingredient in the new Industry |wrt.h In Jutknonvllle Beach, Indiana State College at true Church on Holy Satur honorary doctorate of laws

doctor of law degree oit strategy required of higher "Such a one will I he' Intercuted jiMlged the five mont outstanding Terre Haute I became acquainted day and, with Joan and at a special convocation on

Cardinal TL Cerent, on Albert education to perform I 11 sproper only In nerving Ms own Film figure dies miniatured Each or- with Joan Boost Harold kneeling at my stile, April 27 of Loras College'

Cardinal Meyer Archbishop service to the nation selfish interests and not that X-nlwtlon was presentedwith also studying there Ws began made my first Holy Com which is celebrating the 125th:

of Chicago who preached at in I a revolutionary era,* of the public ho nalil. >K\V: 10IIK t.\(') Re- a cah award! to date and I discovered munion on Easter Sunday It anniversary of its founding

Father Allen observed that rtulctn MaM for Martin J, The winners were as fol- that she Wilt from South wall a red.letter day In my The degree wa* conferred by

}; ;pJ the administration of a <"env Quigley<<' publisher of several bows St Clement, Plait City Bend and was a Catholic. As life Never ran I sufficiently Archbishop James J. Byrne of

etery has Worn an expensive motion picture trade )Journals development; fat our friendship ripened Into thank God fur the preciousgift ..

I anti complex operation' and co-author of the U S, J'MtrUk, Ijtrgo, chill defense; love Joan told me how much of faith and Joan who Cardinal Marella came to

Yet h triode production code, was hi Charles Orlando, CCP; her religion meant to her and served as a channel of that the United States as Pope
"the burial If
f. I/lid.
the offered last week in the St, Mary Mag dead Is a rm.poul l work" '
('hurt h of St. Thomas. Moio of public opinion; doctrines.She mixed will tatlve
4 'JI of mrr jr, a religious a..'." marriage soon at the opening of theNew
trt her
here.Qulgley. and St Margaret Mary, Win. supplemented own tie a Catholic one, York World's Fair.
k .a 4 J'I While noting that no Catholic was publUher" of ter Park foreign relief. Instructions by giving me a

I : cemeteries nato come uiv tIe, Motion IMiture Herald.Motion I. Honorable mention wasfUeu copy of the booklet, "25

I tier censure ">HI UH. of tin- Picture Almanac, to the following' dUCwun Questions Non. Catholics KYLE-McLELLAN INC.

proper activities Father Allen Kamo, Television Almanac ,1Lyr Heath CulholiQns Ask"I
stated. that Catholic might" and Motion t'ltur.i.Ily. In a _, Cluh, *t>trttiuil deU read It with great Inter- FUNERAL DIRECTORS

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.y metropolitan cemetery 8111400 Asap'lation of America Guild i Hratlenton, tunnlltu- my father, who was a lapsed

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Catholic View of death. to guidelines for the majority oft Trinity, J.<.k+..ii> !lle, his tuck Hut before his death, Phone 147-)IJ I

Visitor to U. S. beer. ) S, film makers torian. h* returned to the Church KISSI..EE"CILI'jljT

Eugene: > Cardinal Tuwerant (left' ) I. greeted in Dutch broadcast ; IN ('E TR'L FIORIHV*

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of Montreal upon his arrival from Rome THK: <>O-tUtchalhoUcs *
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'7 The Florida Catholic, Friday May 22, 196-
Predicts Eucharistic Congress may .

do work of 100,000 ''I I Dr. Regan tells elementsfor

N'ASJIINGTONC"A( ) hundred thousand mis- happy married lives

sionaries in a hundred years may not be able to publicize
Christ on such a vast scale and with such goodwill all S.\ltST.I-: assets( of marriage wets
around as the International Eucharistic: Congress may outlined by Dr. Peter )'. Regan of Gainesville last week
do in India. in the convention of the St. Augustine Council of Cath. I

This wu the prediction: of Father Herman D'Souza, cite Women. The psychiatrist proceeded from the basis<

general secretary of the nine-day congress scheduled to assumption that the ('normouJo. : of marriages are

begin in Bombay November :!-. sound.It their noferences: share their
I Md to pick a stilt that
In an interview here with experiences and thus be able
NCWC News" Service Father Hon of the ministers and lies at the mot<< of manv disrupted to enrich the other with et-
D'Souza said that "neutral head of government depart marriages, Mid the expert patience outside the others
India Is already converted to menu" he said, "the objeo it would I I.. the concept knowledge" or sphere.
the cause of the congrew and the net at all levels I Is that rf .the. Ideal" marriage., Th*
.f i \ book and music vvrUns > lUth: of them h. Mid. U
the government Is extending no single aspect of the congo 1
of artificial aMe enrich the marriage
warmneatIn In
all possible help and facilities re** must be allowed to fail
marriage often create tM with elements that the other
to insure for I lack
a smooth opera facilities which
tion." the state alone can provide, anguish experienced.. by hitsKtmU on* ruuM Dot bring (IDle the
and wives who find nirfirUif,
In fact he said the /government either directly or under iu
out they seldom
agree on
in many instance; hat auspice" Each should recognize tit
anything he Mid.\
taken the initiative in suggesting added, that the other partner
\mnnc *tW* frllJtle. holl
and Implementing .. The sound '''..rrl".*, .1101! has ('frtaln1111 needs and In
ted the site for the meagre.iand
various measures for its proper It attendant ; ( ; l>r. Itrisn. l ti on* I III which a ortlr to help that parson Itt
organization. exhibitions. slue. J'n.n.uh1r| .,1-1! _, git.Inf those" needs. partner number
supervMon by the tonrlM Hepjirtnirnt
Under the Ih. parent. and the rhllOrrn !. two moat flake a ...erltlca.A .
personal direc of lit Ing srronimv
II sense of strength' andmfnr nil It Is equally Importantthat
-- *. ,In their own ..*,uan.1 partner number two dove
ii rr"11111'111' their h+hlll- not deny that a sacrifice U
lle.. being mart
Th really\ Joint enterprise
In areas here tht
partner .
of a marriage can b. rewardIng
an distinctly ht
different If there U a quality of
said they hale to renmnla ,.
\ con what n Regan called
( how to glee ' .. "healthy selfishness In It*
>< r'.I Wm"'e there U frustration
'," It I I" h
Inconceivable went
diminished t happiness! a nil
1- fin, that within the ordinary
\ *
difficulties In the marrlaa;*.
'I'I aiul" horn hu.lwind an.1l1f.* hate
I to hate the Mm altitude. *.
Protests ouster
l i i>r the name' likes and ilia-
"'. '. like; lnlMOTh( president
<4:.. II* re. :i"n !kit I that they of the Church Missionary o
com together! to Ii.. u. Society hat deplored the
Ii'I "111"01It' all mUalonarlei

I from the 1&th"1SWin in
I '
XUrthKir .
I la'. \ Kenneth cut> pat! at

the Anglican society annual
meeting her that "wholesale
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Indlsrrlmlnal, / expulsions
From all over DioceseFather ) nnpanled: by ieneralli l lar

Cornelius A, Dougherty of St. Joseph .. : ) ; I uniulwtanilrled' charges
IC'\I"t'\ trio.** c-inierned!, are
parish in Bradenton, one of the Priests at the f >
r :t merely regrettable, but
Sarasota convention of Catholic Women chats ,
deely dlnturhlng to clvlllied
with past presidents of the Diocesan Council, Mrs.
"n'r 'it' 1'cMeera against the
Rodney Lake (seated) of Lakeland; and from ur ,'.t"ns will b* mail her
left Mrs. Clifford Mclntire of Winter Park; Mrs | | :etc? In the year during the

Cyril Bedding and Mrs. George p Coyle Jackson. t :t of III"' ."'*.. ITsldnlI'ra
ville. Mrs. Coyle was one of two life members of l :: 'm Allhn"

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. Florida Catholic' Friday, May: 22, IQfil
C. U. ties with

Camp St. John reports Rome hailed by

limited in sessions Cardinal 1t .'sHIC.ToC Marella( ) -

space l', e dIe1s
Paolo Cardinal Marcus, Archpriest -

of St. Peter's basilica
SUITZKItLAM: J) Camp Saint John, the diocesan After supper there Is 't has hailed the threefold ties

gummer camp in North Florida, will open in just about plenty of time to go for a that hind the Catholic UnleMlty -

three weeks. lx>at ride or take a ride on the L' > of America with

This beautiful camp located on the cast bank of the river in the "Tom Sawyer r saw I'J t Rome. In a solemn convocation -

Saint Johns River at Switzerland Florida, consists of River Queen", When the bell / f t 1f at the university here.

100 acres of pine and oak woodland. It is 16 miles southof bounds again this signal I ......v T .,... The Italian prelate, who

Jacksonville on State Road 13. It is across the Saint time for Benediction when was the personal repre enta-

Johns River from Green Cove Springs, 10 miles north campers again return to the Board meets in Sarasota for DCCWThe the of Pope Paul VI to thNew

of the Shands Bridge ..__.__. __ ChapeL After Benediction, York Worlds Fair, told
The camp ",11he/ open cabins fur a relit |"TIIMI "I'L urn the evening activities consist board of director of the Sarasota. board members in the Frank Scheidell Mrs. Joel Sayers an assembly at the university -

from June Hth to August come canteen followed by a of hlde-and-nrrk, ping\ pong, St Augustine Diocesan Council of foreground from the left are: Mrs. Jr., Mrs Milton Plumb and Mrs. recently that their school

7th. Three hundred and hike, a soft boll game, track movies, a night hike or Catholic Women meets twice or George P. Coyle, Mrs. Cyril Sed- Thad Siemienski. was tied to the center of
events, Capture the (Plug, Christendom with Juridical
twenty Catholic children the moMt popular game of all more at each convention. Here, in ding, Mrs. Clarence Williams, Mrs.
(Hares and Hound, or anyone personal and magisterial
the Counsellor"\ .
from all over the Dlo of a hundred other activities bonds.In .
a Cardinal Alfrink Pope to processVATICAN' the first case he noted
outdoor living in an atmosphere Woodraft Session,
that Catholic I."pontificaL" is
> of Catholic guldume. General swimming fullnuiwhen location of camp and camp University
CITY (NT) In the second
The councilors who will the nun I I..* mil quite MI rates, pI..."" write to: Camp
said Tope Paul VI will participateon
freedom instance he observed the
staff Camp Saint John thlll.umml'r hot and the nn| water I Is Saint I John; Box IJWifi.Gainesville Speech necessarybut May 2M in the Corpus contributions member

. are anxiously making really r'r..hlnlt. Florida. many
Chrixtl protet-.ion in downtown of the CU. faculty hot mad.

child plans with an to opportunity provide each to within limits of authority Rome which will circle to the Second Vatican Council
Sports comment the Circus Maxlmus where
enjoy twelve days of fun and
Instructions.The iriKKCIIT: : The! Netherlands ( ?' C) Bernard Car- Church but as a matter of chariot ancient times.races were held in The third "and Mot. II...

dinal Alfrink has said here that freedom of speech is a fact ran counter "only to the t rl'he" link he wild U. magisterial .
olniilrle| ." hunting Golf finds fishing supposed faith of the
star precious treasure which the Church ill can spare and whereby the mnlTerMIjr 1 -
pool I I..* ready and willing (orthe C'huich." After much trouble New imsa.e '
which is anchored in the very essence of the Church. But |,",k. to Ihe Holy See a*
splash of KO lUmuiIngWe he Mid the Church 1 Itself
3ung.lnn' improves putting touch he said such freedom must find room within the bordersof acknowledged that faith H.....' ... .1..11. In. mother and teacher

the Faith, which In turn limits that freedom because wa br ,It. L.,... .r D.....,.
not at stake but that theirs "For the scholar ohfedl..nteto
the Catechism are sorry Session to say that has Billy Casper had just swept "when going against the faith of the Church, one is was a free scientific notion. Morally onohjertlonahl the Church's teaching does

Colonial Invitation leaving the Church." ._ ____ for general
Joe L u patronage not mean a loss of freedom
teen filled alms ,' Imlsirtsnt,
completely the ( nun n nrry
May 15th. The three Woodcraft with It. IIKK. ( ) first place The remarks were contained hf ,olio not only to arouethe Both K.ilile<> and Coper- Fhll'fKR'H: > K\V: .,n. or a harmful restriction. of
"II.emi In delivered nil n< before him hrlil I helhe vKNTl'KK "
a sermon MUM
Salons for boys: June layoff and now he wan long iiitei<',t of the faithful for .. ) Intellectual initiative. said
11th to June 2Mh, June 2Mh distancing from Ft. Worth give. "' l on May 12 before a group of the (Church and religion" and Hut l% -the now proven U< | -. Aurally unobje 'tl nahle for Cardinal Marella. "The Spirit
.l Catholic scientists Cardinal earth revolvesnrnund adults and udolrxrnl' of the Lord I is in His Church.
to July nth and July 12th to confirm his entry In the to endhle Church authoritiesto
to July 2ith, still have a few Thunderblid Open (June 47)) event'stieNpulnt Alfrlnk warned that new know what Is engaging the the sun, rather than. Tlt.tlale Hum HKRM : His Church! a living teacher

vacancies However, we at Wentthesler."How's: Ideas ate launched freely and ln'! of the faithful hue the Vrr jJ. > (CA. A.) The Catholic who follows

would urge ill Interested to the fWileg?" he often shock older people. al Therefore, while defending
apply Immediately first a.ked.Impiesarlo. si><><'<'h might promote a public their day thought thin theiiis" for adult sure and valuable guide to
come first served In t 18 miles was the 10th on freedom of speech Itself the opinion which in *pt>clal ran counter to the Bible's account PIMC BUTTON Cor.) wisdom and responsibility*
Corcoransighed Cardinal said it should be
the last day conditions through the In- of Cardinal Marella who wasa
and creation but later Morally nn hjeitl..nable. for
An average day at Camp hung up. The answer In this. his. major lined carefully, particularly III''" allan of the Holy Spirit, became convinced that the .ilull., with rener.nllonIXh member of the apostolic
John alwa of for unlnstruct-
Mint s I"IIM"IIh out respect
ton all kind In IhUliiitlne the faith of biblical delegation In the CnltedSlatt'S
get might express author of Cenenln; had ( \\OKUi, THE
worolilp/ c>f (In l.1 l In Hie success, o fur" wn "I ed people who are not yet for 10 prior to
Aimo Churrh.The years
** Iniailnlilythe the no intention of presenting Well.
a ( )
""c'rUke of the MM.*. went fishing while the other able to make all the distinctions
1933 praised "phenomen
first queallon they ask I", Cardinal cited Catholic historical or scientific account -
llienivelveb CondemnedHltlMTIXK
woie out
gii) and out of for "
Immediately after M.r.u..nd s "h..,,'. Ihe riurse7" All Ca*. 'Hi'Ing." respect < in history such as medieval of creation as such but ( : KEEIEK: ; al IIUCCP"" of Catholic University
lilac the of the Church.
. Holy Communion, the |per ever wanl. In knowr .U a.t iionomen Co|>ernUiis rather of presenting .,......\IK, THE: which he said is due

children participate In patriotic "how's the fishing Perhaps unconsciously( He said freedom of speech and! ,.. iiI,'" echo on a purely fict of creation in (Gold Prod) In part to the American

flag raising and reciting What Corcoran doesn't Casper perceives In fishing .hfllll.1 l be used "to edify the KIP, ',,1''if'u IH-M. ooenul to run tftnn, suited to the contemporary IVf \
the "Pledge of Allegiance". know about fishing would much the same values as does ()| Body of IhrUt.' t.d"" i H 1 t'"' the f.tlth of the mentality. MKKKKM: : : (Dan.) freedom.
After breakfast comesshort I another reasonably well
period of cleaning up fill the world's Urgent aquar known American.' The Honorable Freedom of speech within
ium. "Some vf my ,txwt ORLANDO
the cabin In hopes that their lleibert Hoover/ once
friends are fishermen but
particular cabin might win wrote"There: Honors
otherwise apiwar to be fairly memory WINTER PARK
"Honor/ Cabin". urlng the Is equality In all LiOe
morning, campers will haven normal. Why a guy would, men Ix-foie ".1'1... The fish MKMR.tIndo.esir: -
want to spend hours. in the
opportunity to enjoy has never learned to d Incriminate : (I1C) President Sukarnohas
hook the awful
sun trying to
handicraft archery rtflery in the price of tattle made
things when he can buy all a personal gift toward Herman J. Heidrich
swimming, buftehult volleyball He takes no account ofclothes a fund for a monument
he wants, that', at the
any & Sons
or manners and withIt
and busting fur the late Archbishop Albert -
After a wrllenriird) lumh, corner market, I've never" all while there are moments Soegljapranata\ S J., of i rfT ......, ... elapse.
'"'('n able to figure out. 1 ...,. .. M.
the campers head fur their or excitement the Semaiang, it was revealed Of T Fr l < .t4. t
Very likely, there ate a good fisherman must yield to here, Sahara!\ SaahelaonrcraWAIXER

number of Infidel' who Blurr fimempUllve and relaxingIIHNM The Indonesian chief of t

Vocations drivo ('on.r'"', low e.\lliiiMt off |*. for often It Is a lung state made the preoentatli n

Klt\Ahl'Lt'I: Ldla| ( NT) !.hing as a iloinmtlc nl't.... time ,between bites" state made the pi"enentatlou to MENGES
ally or as a spurt but In this Clothier T* Idea
-An estimate) lUOI,1)< < visit | Archbishop friegtjapranilai
purllcuUr ,ImtarKe, the suggestion faster| neiloiKly allrllmleihU The Fiscal In Mesa Wear
ors Including Christians ls that he hit another nm.1."/ ft the I..... la 'successor Archbishop Justin! 2 MI S. OR\CR AVB.ACTOM .
viewed an .Iht.cfay mlMlon, r>armauwana, when tit,
bull, he's out i>f huun.ll. Car flshlsg.I From HU Jamee.House
vocation display here and Catholic prelate paid a ri> "l*
dubbed It "India' missions \tier doesn't' fish for fish, he "Vou have to 1* telaxeil to trey call on the pr."llt'lllprlltl' s1

brought home" fishy furCner' blrdtea |iutt well and I find fishing to ht* episcopal: cone .. ,,-.J) w J' w..a.

The exhibition. 'poium red! | .. winning' nuli-jiiir has a MHtthlng Influence, on cratlwn I In ApilLArchbishop e

by Archbishop Jtweph Attl- fig In the Teeven (Nat my nerves." Casper's SoegUapranat. St. John Vianney Woman's Club

petty of Yn'llfIIy| Is part of .tt n..lot Palmer I>,T rlililliulri chwlul uiu.lly rails for two Inuvmlas first native lath iit atReef

in "InteiiM drive" primmilng JAck M kUn. l>r 13 or three tournaments In a oltc Htohap.'. WM in old friend At a recent meeting, officers were mlerczak, Mrs. Robert Kepp. Mrs. Bar. a...i

vocations awl to prtivtctoample "II rc",'.'. S ","1111",1.. nfln row, then a week off with of Sukarno. II. died<< in tie installed for St. John Vianney Wornry Gear and Mrs. Robert Bibrau. Mrs. y Nf N

" cnnwrlunlty" for fnnn lee. lu ...,..* ref ants. reel rtuUUng woods Netherlands U.t Jul, j'''' in Orlando. Kazmierczak Orlando Central
Participating deanerywere
youngnters/ here to com Indirect ami' Irons.' his holly WM returned to I I' Oils
contact with various Whal4l"CII'. carper wins It's The 3a->.srotd former silt,. lonrcla for burial at the i IW i from left, Mrs Bank Canty president installed Mrs Kepp presi.. tvtiv"T alma t..dss...

religious congretf liaiM WCtC kIng an the ..... In hU "hand, acn4.r.Uve or la taw happy] warrior of the social iMju* t of the {in Mrs. James Brown. Mra. Charles Holt-( dent and these other officers STEAK. .

In India, Included dw> *ys |putter comi nMt .pros. Ttwugli lUll Is hU bu.|. dent .thnleder. Deland's Mrs( Chester Kaz.

by 33 such egattona, for Interim mlsufcthl .. MM a highly profitable ON A SKEWERI!

The I nit C'C1! hates was represented wouM be rwlnom tit one. too he
Ivy the Maters of others.. Oolf huff. still talkaUiut of U a life ami ttath. thing Legion of decency said Korean liturgy Children'sClothes ....I.d Ovee

Charily of Nassxeth. a found- the UUIurnlas hrtl- aa da so Muny of hU ,rhn. .h..ot''I, OCi The HUh. The Ope" Heonhf51.30tong. '
(hoot. efthkMUim' In winning faced coI.... ,
Ilion with l11Ue) ulster In (Jim of Kora at their annual Line 1.90
America and North India and the 18 OIMPH at WlngH Foot, Ills philosophy' U that once acquiring new importance meeting here ilex-kiwi. to e.- .Gsaa"r.d U So Cbal

Medical) ltalon Maters who The ]lb-K>utMl HMO, with you've hit a l hull thet.'s nothing labla.h national wtmintsvloristo Fill," t In OotM"aq W' .''on_'..... (.,..,
operate 'five houses In KeraU expensive smile and even you rap iVi about 'It Foe Girls I 0> W w ( :tw01 1 (n-1-! head of the Pontifical C m- over**-* revisions In both lays -SMwC MI4*)
stale with stoat :to A met I- more expensive' midriff\ mailed "Moaning' .un't help a pour mission for Communuat!. 9? Media has written the :Na- the fickle. of worship and in 1111ss" ..,..M.* -.. .. 4-Ttll .STUIS anLATTO",
ran. among their .rat( nn-m otilx .'a putts in I his nrslt tr. shtH or l taste English: .
r*' s. T'ir' ,e i.. ltgt.l'hlnih. | ."',nd| "f :.t I :II lit hU MHOIMl ilrup an off (he line putl As tonal legion of I IV< rn l that its mandate has not irligtotM. .horn Bt.h<.p I

Ipuum H. pltal: :11:' Uie Veia- 1. iI,'M>t "r 'IA : ; tit his thin (01 pca.u.e It s all tight If lessened but acquired: n. w mjx>rtance after 30 years \\ ilium J. McNauchton M.M Why sot Un U )Moaterey MM..w Drat Acres

poly! a:..J' '. E.C' tI.l -f under t. l'1, a''. 'I J1 in his fillet of \ou like! wmlL Me I detest Archbishop M.'ti.Olbnnor of Inchon was named .M We sate a .... 4esJfB4DEMETREE. fse jeer fa.ill
In a letter' .. wale sad the fJtwof society.
the Am.t: f:::2i; .. 'I'. I. the 01.k' there i"ill grveii II" dent of the national liturgical
from to ArvhhJohn .
I' WIIIIh.......... which will study BUILDERS
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+ ; +; 4r"t44d .*... III UK Mtshops'>uit g4vt g .a..Bt to the the beat ways to implementthe Las Fast C.Lsl.l Drive CR T-lftJ

Ar imlM.em prturss, ,I. CaUsoMn e< .fie esittr I Uturfkal chammi provkkM -

+ Baal t.4.vlsIUS. ee"Thie ....... for fry UM ecuaftMUcalcounrlL

+ ( Letter of ttwe ArcMMMf OTMnor r.- t"-------.a
ie .... .... M. Kong- s.-------
aluM eeMltaW t. ithe ...... ... IsswfOnsjs ol the
........* of ntfttVNf r ClMarcti' SIIBM .f SMM media.Uke rye. 01 JeoD JlI wee selected. t Crow this miniature -

f:4)M: +I the clwuincaikfilSM ':, taehldeaa IkswsHl VaticantwacU'e to heed ISM USttSSMl. ceseeaeSl- 1 Florida tre 1
rat U to "
a pewclples. m these aegis 'evident that : r\ i,''i tM ratrl\imAi and the in your home

rallly and the newts of UM mandate of th* "'"-...." ,.tlk''ia: N..r*..n jMJ ..hnok.
A A e.+dw .;, 1
e,.r.....tng time has not bMi revoked ." :iI.Nod .
... ... Ittither 1 osis ss-
.'"........., CI1.._. s after JO > r .,. ...'.e It..,'.... tot Dcoty t vs. ewes.I less.
a-qutrs't l iw* uu: .' y.:1:
t.. Skis the Mat..It.tApril .. and IInwhll.- T. fr;". F..., Eiprf Sreke t I UNO tl M WTTH TWO
..... 1r
M. .
dish .
I c:*cut uira TO nut MO.; t
said. that 1 ath"fw, .......' .. GA 2.)"% \ ant e f. a $05 iir

Ik. kiss.l t. .. *%..*>!. FAIRVIEWC1un.rt I 0ta .DO (1oau.cs COVNTT)

r Ik. ....... & laundry RflJIRI t P101101. _..'

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r.fcr" rare
Ta4 tl*e hIMNW In p..w. .. .....
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K .l'NN tI .Mee, t Its Ml.." ", OrU..* I 14 N. O.t. A.*.
nmsssi sf tsMlra. ......... r
1e IJ
.si ifce thruu aef
pros give ..lCl l( 1UJI.A'
aappart > the 1 "
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IL !; .. l.putan.e.'i l\of. a COMf ITK: NNM.R I TO CO 1.. .+.14 o +r a..... .

.. la ire M.' a Indivndual Fried CHtcUn. Duuur S 1.00 MSW nshA .

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In Nativity parish, Lake Mary THE I Shrimp D;fin i
lIonMf1 Has (1"1" left aratd )l1.j, to tie"nesly I
Father lames S. **- n TK ..UHtt ii
...,. last IM* f t rA
ratulated! newly e& H-teJ, irffxTrt "f alit I t1tNt., MI.\l&k Mi.. l;est. CXSMIS Ft CM ** A. ..*.t. *t T7. W4.4o Of sun FRUIT DRINK i

Uk Mary's CatJmlacVoswmi: club )th.aautt sell. M....,. Mr ArtsnirTtste ".)0 ,.M. *. |1-00 AJJ ...*... SMM A no Hte .... CT lass.tdte for bit

la. bU Nativity fMn h iswUltr4 r.. Grov Max tkfrutky Mr.. l011NGET0 I .seet A 1_ '". "'arse
ot... Ass, w labs .$..... $4. J Eo 0.1..1.1 m4l": q-kk aapy boost I j
CHitr l Jerry Tb cIrr1'e
eetitly by the Oiian io dranerv Qwfhti pfwlewtpreakknt ...t
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c. they arc |H .tutvd' with bet, .is 1llx :t ana I\, I t jI


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9 n. florid Catholic% Friday, )fay n, IM-I

Says Pope

Panelists urge parentsto nearly hurtin

encourage vocations Holy Land

7 representing communrtl with Holy Name Priory In San
a long tradition of servke In the Diocese of St Augustine Antonio told the women' the Bob Consldlne, reporter*

I were among the 'f1" at the> 34th Annual conrentten way. to encourage' \ vocations columnist, recounted the
closest he ever saw a man
of the St.
Augustine Council of Catholic Women. They family prayer frequent Mats
come near serious injury and
participate In a pawl on'ocatlona for which Father possible death yet walk away

Frank Mouch wu the moderator. k14i unscratched Involved rope

Father Mouch. who, hu a pariah in Jacksonville and' Paul VI.
Is a member of the Chan. alelettkholesllea'

eery staff In St Augustine, the work continuance on earth. of Chn.,'. '"T I +.; ..i & IJ V I.It Jerusalem happened. l last daring Janaary the

gave the women at the l'f. Sister i 'i I. ..'. hUtorlr to
cent convention here Helen Maura OJ\. '. \ ;; r 'ra ". pilgrimage
an S NJ.)(. of the Academy of the Holy l..tnil and his tnrti

Insight Into the modern the Holy Names in Tamp Y lag with Orlh.Mlo I'atrUrrh

emlnary.He spoke on the sign of a religious ;: ) Atheuagorss' related Conni-

wit I member of the vocation. She stressed disc.

faculty of a seminary for 4. ._- and children Holy Communion obedience In teaching the. ':;; .. _: ...:J Near the gate of the city,
some jeers after hit ordina r
tion. home and reverence for the DeLand Society Consldlne 1 continued the
Priesthood and the religious crowd txgan to surge close
The seminarians today, uld Slater to the pontiff and the crush
Father Pouch, reacts to the way of lifeReferring. Mra. Richard Basso a last president rick J. Malone at the Installation Hughea, Mrs. Thomas Roche. Mra. proved ton much for the

new Ideas In the Church with Htlrm Mar sur\ejs show to the that fact that ( recently Installed new offl.cer dinner In Rymal's rrstaurant, In. John Mattlngly Mra Frank Rut- soldiers and policemen guarding

great enthusiasm, "for he' ".S.J\t. the largest single parentsare stum. of St. Ptter'g Rosirv Altar stalled with Mra. Ba ao presiding, terworth and Mrs. Jamea Ferrara, the Pope.

sees the Church developingnew ( bring bkich to Vocations, the Society in DeLand. They' received were, from left Mra Andre Tu. who la the new preaidrnt "\\. watched In stunned

tools for Ms hands, new Benedictine Sinter' asked the congratulations of Father Pat qurt, Mrs. Pause, Mrs. Chartt'Everyman's amaiement," Consldlne told a
methods for hm to u.. to
Florida parents not to be a father-son banquet here of
bring even more souls to force that wars against the the men of St. John's Col-
that the
Christ when he is ordained pattern of a person'slife familyPersonal To have relicTn..Ur.
Is moulded from the enlronment fulfillment of the call to a religious Irge High
(>rj The Just a little more pressure
The seminarian today paid \' In which we live vocation.Today .

| .Mid givee the ....1.,1.. s the home In which we are world she said has inventory has merit Irish parish llolycrots Is this way or that way

| tresteadoais te.l.g .J pride.Yet reared the school we attend people crying out for salve again to have a of the and the Pope surety might

the friends we make and ion from paganism and secularism True Cross after IM years have been injured seriously' ,
as he prays in the from other circumstances and they can be ftjr M I..,. Jhe. C. K.*(tIT 'II family gets together bs surfeited with\ the endless maybe killed. Yet despite the

[chapel of his seminary, he which are part of our daily saved only by filling the Is a customary and nt ces- 'm\flfl get unlocked l. remen work of making family Archbishop Thomas Morris surge, it was not sn unruly

Iwonderi why' he does not life, It is upon this base, Church with mlsslonsry vocations. liusine practice to ":
Shave more clsiumstes Behlnd ahe uld. that is built a iocs. Uke u..fullnunt t)' al .r..- 'wa' and sometimes tesrs their ..h., ... "r.arj, him. kneeling In another ular Intervsl. Such stocktaking There are the silent clover
a pan
lion to be religious when
the friend tI
Is Ths kids are fairly well reived through a a
|pew, the rector of the sem.lnary. remembers and
Florida repeals the sticvesses 'I each one
|. He wonders why too. youth answers the question. Reports raised and along their educatlonsl ly authenticated' relic of the "They i.en4 laical, .e
-hkh make fur and rh'lthe habbls of aevsrsl.
"What are you going to be profits beginning the seal .f the
trslls. Now they are l* rklM gar'
Father Mouch told theM when *" DeLand equally Important thooe fall- < ,eroalkms going on simul- Ooaa, and that he will place
you grow up to the rewards. Meal .( skis great good sad
omen of the Council that U St Pets urea and mlscslculatlons i Now and then the It In the renovated Holy *
Which. rhlkl would they not truly wo.dtrhl msm, heMl4.
[anyone aver asked them Therese.S1. Th. Sacred hurt Circle of which ran lead to financial tit lays luuk st other hate bad Uhlch headsrhe Is errs church .

(about the seminary, to tell Jacksonville. gave the converttlon St. Peters RosaryAltar Soclety difficultyIt "lth a shrug and a smile or rememberShkh! Mil was
[him that "It Is a happier, I delegates a view of the ( heard Mrs, William a lifted' eyebrow of amused The Cliterrtsn abbey at "I shu Uere .
l \Vhkh dUaster
would t. good sl If not pant nt
[more eager, and a butler vide, range of services Bailey speak on devotion to 0 a Am..m.nt. tyrros had a title of the' ss I watched and Ian still
performed "n rrUd ""rl. aid, later met or crisis not o>srcwnesomehow
lthan ver place"11e fur ssveral really smaied that the Holy
the Blessed t Virgin Mary ata Tme Cross centurles -
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added that "our de meeting last week.St. a family ,...1,1 lake. s ....II.rI. Perspective/ clod is rte 1 now as lie waal It was removed by Father came through all that

mending axe Is railing forth Bridget's circle of the ."*l.rr every anniversary, I It I Uwe the, ntshep of Cork In !K>!I. without Injury II was al the

Ithe best we hate to lire" "...1"Meri.' BxMaryvAltsr Borlety ef SuPeter's > Such ...Uns are good who only alt wiser and however, lad deinwUed In same time a terrifying\ and

[as he urged the women to Church heard Mrs It In a ine this Is often things for the emotional relief more aPt| reclaUte ss we get the Ursullns convent stHlstkrwh lulling e rrtem.e..! Const-

[give their encouragement to 7, H C. Palllet give a programon done nUivu4y at re- offered. They ...rto t older ("pfn.m dine concluded.

TlerneA1t.J. the life of St. Catherine. mlrlng x hen SfMlons.On strengthen the family hood

Many of the group made ree the teNon of a ,.e<..ti".. among adult memlvrs who

[For anniversary ervations for the Mother* or r f a death of a family t y re"olt".Ir own com Calendar of coming ovents I

Daughter Communion Break* member or of the return to mlimenta can easily Hwecommunication.

.O u: (CXC) pop. Tsui fast to be belt nest SlInd.,. the oM home town of one They are Mens retreat May 2334. ". ..'* telieal "... 14 Clearwater. O\Intlll", Indian

< VI will go to Rome's Trench by gi+t.ra In the The final meeting of the who Is living in other) parts especially valuable for a Atlantic Shores liot.I. Jacks It, is, I a, Are4..jr .! the Rocks t..irgo, lUfety' Harbor,

church, Bt. I. uls t>f the Diocese: then asked this question year will be s 'splash 'Irt)"' ., senor of p.'rsctlve| The old, snnvtlle IWarb, reserve before IMf >."H. ..* Anl.Bl French on May 31 to deliver : "What has all this to and swptwr on June am at *.* i old problems which kinked. sit May |0 with Toney AUI .K l. all area. Kprtrgs, lakeland flrandon,

a'radlo broadcast concluding do with you*" the home of Mrs. Robert rstattrophic st the moment eat& '7U OM llxkory Plant City Melhmirne. Coco
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10 Tlit Florida: catholic Friday, May%. 196-1

Bishops consecrated

auxiliaries in capitalWASHINGTON

(NC) The consecration of two

auxiliary Bishops for the archdiocese of Washington wu

hailed as the fulfillment of "a new Pentecost" by Bishop I

Bryan J. McEntegart of Brooklyn in his sermon duringthe

Auxiliary Bishop William J. McDonald and Auxiliary

jiii Bishop John S. Spence were consecrated on May, 19 at I

the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception here

by Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzi, apostolic delegate in

the United States.CcHonslCratorl .
ecumenical Council Bishop
: were Arch-
McEnttgart saldi
bishop Patrick A. O'BojI of
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Y.----" .... .... 1.r---. ..... .. '-'----... _.. Washington and Archbishop "Today we have been
Joseph T. McGucken of San witnesses! to divine fulfill.>
Conference on liturgy held by Priests at Sarasota's Cardinal Mooney High School Francisco.In ment, as two of our Priests,

I his sermon, Bishop Me. two of our friends, have been
Archbishop Joseph p, Hurley presided last week who attended the liturgical conference, held at Car tion of the St. Augustine Council of Catholic Womenat Entegart recalled that before 'clothed with power from on

a clergy conference for the Diocese of St. Augustine droll Mooney High School in Sarasota, also joined the which was being held in Sarasota. Christ ascended into Heaven high.
in attendance at the. 34th annual conven- lie "promised Ills first "Today's ancient ceremony
on the subject of the liturgy. Many of the Priest Archbishop _______
the holds not
Bishops ( Apostles) a fullness significance only

of power, a fullness of for our new Bishops, but for
This fall'Diocese responsibility, a fullness of all present who have been
English in Mass expected Two Auxiliary Bishops assistance. privileged to witness! Its

I "This very day In our liturgical splendor. For
to named for Buffalo Seeil',1.ChiiNGTON midst" he continued Bishop McDonald and Bishop
. there has been the
-- "Christ's promises have been Spence
end of this
before year- participateat ; ; (NC)-An American Priest who has fervent fulfilled mew.prayers This have day been our might wonder of of God's receiving transformingpower t h *

.. .... .. other the "Ro served 10 years In the Vatican Secretariate of State anda realized. Today In this city In their souls. For all
((' i, I) new English translations will 1.1 Inn", and the Bombay
pastor in Buffalo both natives of that area, have been of man-made beauty, 'In this Bishops her and everywhere .
in their own tongue In the be re qui re d. And In the man Breviary In English: ,
Auxiliary Bishops to Bishop James A. McNultyof of nature's In this new coming of
Brothers made season promise -
This by Benzlger
United States. provision meantime, Bishops from nine published tr.. pre 11
Buffalo. The Apostolic Delegation in Washington this octave of the Paraclete's the Holy Spirit Is a reminderthat
itlpulates that the parts of Engllah-speaking nations are New York. in Bombay where the
the Mass which remain In at work preparing for s com The Roman commission In members will participate In announced Wednesday that Pope Paul VI had named presence we have been witnesses power has been commItted *
Latin in the "English Mass mon text for use throughoutthe approving the American the ceremonies of the Con. these two Priests to serve as Auxiliary Bishops of to divine fulfillment. to us In trust for the universal .

do 10 In other languages si English.speaking world.In Bishops' decrees stated that gress. Buffalo' The Brooklyn prelate observed welfare of the Church.To .

welL The texts to be uAed *re the meantime however the use of the mother tongu The return Includes stopovers :Monsignor Plus A. Benin- :Monsignor Bonlncasa, born that consecration is our clergy Religious and

those approved by a national the English texts adopted by U permitted for both recited In Bangkok, (Hong CIlia of the Vatican Secretar. July 7, 1913, In ;Niagara: Falls, most properly the sacrament laity, this renewed solemn ceremony
Bishops' conference of the the American Bishops forth and sung liturgical services. Kong Tokyo Kyoto, Honolulu late of State and Monsignor of fullness. brings a awareness
been with
New York, has all efforts must be basedon
"Through an age-old layingon that
tame language, Ordinary of the Mass are It stipulated/ that In line with and Los Angeles. Stanislaus Joseph Brzana
The Bishops at their April to be made available' to the the Liturgy Constitution/ An International Echarls- pastor of Queen of Peace parish Vatican Secretariate of State of hands he said"Bishop the supernatural, h*

meeting agreed on uniform people on cards, leaflets ad (Art. 22 2)) the melodies of tic Congress! is a forum to Buffalo. since 1M4.Monslgnor. :McDonald and Bishop Spence said.
texts for the use of English, missal inserts liturgical texts which may be spread devotion to the Monsignor<< Benlncana was : Brzana born In have received the fullness of
and these texts too have been sung In Kngllkh must be approved Blewed Sacrament. The first named Titular I Bishop of Buffalo July 1, 1917 servedas the Priesthood; through their
confirmed by the Holy See'lnew The new translations. are by the American International Eucharistic Buninl and Monsignor: Brz offlfinlls. of Buffalo diocesan Incorporation into the episcopal
understood 'to adher to the college/ they have been
commission.The .
liturgical bishops Congress was convened In ana was appointed TitularBUhop tribunal before being
dates for the English use modern English: patterns, nethjr blessedly burdened with a
Lille France, In 1881. The of Cufruta. named pastor.
to go Into effect are contingent the Confraternity of ('hrl.. The Introduction' of Frig.lUh : most recent was held In Munich fullness of responsibility for
on the time needed linn IklC'.rlne irrtlnn of the doe not mean Iliiit IjillnU the universal I Church;
Germany In 19W. and
by publishing firms to prepare Old Testament and bjr the to ho forgotten: In the among the million participants Cornelius Murphy 62 through this apostolic association
standard editions of al loot American ritual book. (liurch In the I'nllrd Htate. were! more than 4000 lr. with the Mother of

tar missal and rituals. These in general eliminate The Bishops In their Initial from the United States. God they han been assured
The ritual for the administration mourned a fullness of assistanceIn
the archaic second person decree conceding the extensive ,; pastor
of the sacraments and Bombay wn selected a. I the'I. their striving for even
singular and verb -'J
pronoun UM of English; stated
various blessings in English forms, replacing Thou and that "nevertheless steps site for the. furlhiomlng!: ('onJ: (If.minimi r... ,.11. II few year, prior to becoming deeper holiness"

Is expected to be ready by The with You. should :je taken so that the Kre, bjr the Lile Pope J ba'IH. Orlando; and St, Joseph Lo- chaplain of the home for the| MrltonaM U rrrtor ConsecratedTwo

early fall But the altar mis- The decrees provide that faithful n.ay also tie able to \\ rctto. aged In Weft Palm Beach, he of the Catholic' Cairersity' of

pals, being more complex the Scriptural readings of the nay or to sing In latin those Pope Paul VI will he represented F.ither Murphy left Jack- resided at St. Joseph parish America. Ili'.h<'p Kpenc !II new auxiliaries to
might not be ready until per Mass be taken from the version parts of the Ordinary of the there by a Cardinal .m\ Idle Retch for Bradenton Miami Beach. |pastor' i'f the Shrine of the the Archbishop of Washington .

hips November translated from the original Mass which pertain to them' Legate in October, 1351 In the past Requiem Mass was offeredfor Marred ll.-art here, and direr just consecrated are

Tb* English: teats art to 1'1 languages by membersof father Murphy on May lor of education for Ihe arch Bishop William J. McDon.
mad Dtthlle after the Bishops. the Catholic Biblical Association IS In Lourdes Residence! by dloren Washington. aid (left) and Bishop JohnS.

df'fld'th.. exact time of of America and Diocesan Council wins :Monsignor. Rowan T. Has tatter Spence.
their /Introdnctlom. sponsored by the episcopal Lake Worth pastor Bishop McEntegart said
commute of the Confrater'nity those persons who have
While miasds for altar\ use of Christian I>tx trln.. The funeral In .the Cathedral known the new Bishops "are Anniversary

are to be rushed for publication These, Include texts whkh praise for youth work\ ol Miami took pine o.. keenly aware of the vitality VATICAN CITY (.NC -
,< 7 the morning .l hp It, |pre.rrd.4
hand minds for use of have not yet been pubUahml sin.)1th.. lor with ,which they have usedtheir Stefan Cardinal Wyszynskl
hr |
the people" 'In general are not as well as older ones In the the flrad. \ Prlul1 talent; of the primal of ?'eland. her Intake

to be Issued with the new standard Confraternity Bible ... e.d. It .rrlr.r. the Archbishop cop': (l')!, singled out for special maturity with which they. part In preparatory work
English texts. This .is becausethe texts.Th. ? the Councilo Bishop Patrick Shanley have fulfilled their obligations for the ecumenical rouncll'sthird !
4. h..rt l sad her rullab"r.t. merited! that the pretem-e of m nU >n two
changes are of a transitional laity, si well an Indl all their work andr many pariah Priests at the mcoh.htPr.'ho tan* been tils- O,i .D. WM in the sanctuary.The to a diocese and Its session, celebrated Mass
nature. The Holy) Sees vldual( Priests and Religion ore Vent Ion, May 121:\ tlnguUJuNl) by national office Mass: was celebrated' many souls to a university on May 12 In the chapel: of
new liturgical commission .Is Mho obtain permission to re *|>ecliilfr for erring In It thaiiriUlmilitni hoed their appreciation for )i,.. J. H. Palmer of Oalnen- bv Mon ljn<>r George Rock. and IU many students; of the Our Lady of Czestochuua In

charged with the extensive rite the Divine Office In Eng In orr t'athohr (the work of the Catholic MM/ and Mm: George I' rut, piwtor of St. Joseph's, prayerfulness which hat per. the Vatican grottoes to mnrk
revision of Masi texts and /lUh, ran choose: from two !>i'<> uhl to etrr \\uinen In their Niruhci.( Cujle of Jsckaunstilenr Miami IVmhlth Father sonified their deep love for the 18th anniversary; of his
rites, and when Its reformed xlMlng" translation of the Maher... Havre's the .'n h. V't ancl P Bison( V F, deacon i Coil, their" humble reliance on consecration M a l'-hul", p,

liturgical: books are Issued Office. One U 'Th hours of bishop. | 'termed the M'n'''''. .. .. .nut' Father Kotiert Bearded, Ills Immaculate Mother." The Cardinal spoke of t'1e
probably within a decade the Dhlne Office In English: of Mitiileumn. Chaplain to Biahi Reralllng' !: the ,,nrd, of nine-year novena' bring h< ,1
titan nl'f'IIf'IIU .
a | In Poland to t f..r tie i
.md Latin, published by the Shanhoy wr Father Neil 1'111'| John ,\111 praying for prepare
Liturgical Pres, Collegvllle.Moving \ .the Faith at w irk. A Sager ft Ormond Beach a "BW .'..Iun...," In the lOOOth ant ,ter-arv "f I' >

ST. AUGUSTINE It was begun by the words rut Father James X. Henry "Hld'in to lhruu.iinty In
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