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:
August 28, 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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University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Copyright Florida Catholic Press, Inc.. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
000579703 ( ALEPH )
01381806 ( OCLC )
ADA7571 ( NOTIS )
sn 83004577 ( LCCN )
0746-4584 ( ISSN )

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'yFlortJa; Sept. 8 Iei1IIM;

Catholtc heralds 4DDvfhom rrniversary

ST. .\IGI.STINK:-Celebration of the 30
anniversary of St Augustine Florida wilt be held

here on September 8, with Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley
VOL. XXV Xo. 44 Orlando, Florida Friday August 2*, 1964 10I 1. t tl presiding. Mass will be offered at the outdoor altar at I

America's Oldest Mission at 9 a,m.

Father Davki P Page,, vice-pmsidcnt of the St. Augua-

tine a-foundation, will give

Brevard holds the. sermon
area father James. J He lln ofJacksonville

I \ heath I I. presl, Father
lent of the St Augustine
foundation 1).tl,1
4- _:
Confraternity lather Pane who l< from Page
course ",' T,'rt Orange I Is. a member of
the ('..rl"l14 Jrlptorum, th*
PHeM' who are. writing the
By a staff writer helper and home tUltor* monographs| on hlntorlral nth'

COCOA m\CII-A: seminar In Catholic religious fd- Parents of pre-achool alt .a !! r Jetta lln. I. Irlllng the HI. ,%az'.
I nation la underway at the Holiday Inn here. The Con. children will be given aM.t: Hnlh Prlent have been a* tin. story a lhn._lhoui .,"....

fraternity of Christian Doctrine of Our Saviour Church ance in prHtntln.U,1ow. ,,,, .i Med I In their work for the ",..
U host to the 200 lay representative from the eight knowledge to this age group '" !EI fr"'umUtlon by the pt One of the C'ountry' out
who are urging DI For the adult religtou ed
Catholic parishes of Bra : iii .
ward \nlied Stales' Puerto Rim ucathm section there will N t'. ..... .f \ pirtlrlpritlon In the Quadrl alanding architects hat il..
County.The -- algned I/Iakh anniversary nu ifumenu
and t'e.esuela.Together dtwciHUikm of fruitful centennial program, <
seminar I* being con a for dWusaton. practiced : Forthcoming session of council The Foundation In the driving which will emUll' H
ducted by Sister Mary with the host < forte behind the ilk 'eanixtifram the arm \known .* the Ml*

Theressa and Slater MaryKadlne church: the parUhes repre- meetlnga.A final section will be concerned Third neeaion of the Vatican Council ing wasion of last y'ear's second session<< l for Hit .....ervin e In ak n t>f S("mrce 1If Ot.vslYomlrnt .
rented St. Titus-
of of Terew.
the Congregation are:
Mission Helpers of the Sacred ilk: St. M-ry. Rockledxe' ; with the apontotate ol r t II will open on Monday September 14 of the council. .Pictured. behind the )f the Quadrkentennlalcetebrattnn. among" the plane

Heart Baltimore Maryland. Divine Mercy Merritt Uland; good will towards non C..lh.I -o Pope Paul VI U seen in pray ,'r at cloa- Pontiff U Alfmlo Cardinal Ottaviand.o |I. lh crowd. monumental which will Ilium rtre !al nated -

Its purpose I Is to Instruct Ascension. Eau Gallle.: Holy tt. --- The Itle"l ree .f Hi. A.i.. the point where Pedro, Menen
lay workers In the latest Name Cano\a Reach Our .
let I d. AvIWa' canrve ashore u
methods of Imparting religious Lady of Lourdea Melbourne Holy Father makes '.,.,p $ KMHtiH-' X. I IS**. to \kloS. the
education both to adult St. Jcweph. Palm lUy rfueHIt and, In claim the terl -'
and to children. Included In the seminar
J monumental
'*''ry. This"
The Congregation of Mir. Mill be a ditu*.k>n of methMk remindAmeriea
urgent appeal cress will help to "
slon Helpers was founded In < of Imparting<< religiouseducation peace r *t .tt. Chrtolian otrgtwa
1800 for this reason and has in Sunday religious
and r..wt tke nd to
CASTt.IXJ\MKI.F: (NC) Pope' .'a'liuuN i a J .'
Catholic chlldien
continued to hold a foremoktplace daises to fallow. KnumUU.
in this field who attend public elementaryand passionate plea for peace among nations and denounced WWri call tKe VTWM a bea.. I>it

They now hare 311 prrma* high achool nationalistic pride" the armaments race and economic an* of fHh

acid Iralnlax renter for "Kperlal' allrnllon will h* taronuma as .nnptomatle of the "trowth of nations and A .library to planned. In
Catholic lay worker la the ft"r. tit the ... o( rUwroomNew which tM I""" .... re-<'on)* -
opposition between: peo- vated tit these th.. |.... bv the eMeol... in the CUt'" ?I .
plea.toThe .M'\tI. tll"I..I1'-, alr.a.'iy 1t r mil h* on itepky Art'hl\ i II|

handbooks in use Pontiff railed' on all tteI..t with blitud and f'N'C' ) s a...(irtatt..i.... l I....*...n. mini I *
na.t with menancln omenn' t wl1 film espies *f ptiuu4 knuto >
nation to remember that .e- n""tiag Noisy tt.4. *... tar. .****. m4 a..lln NUhlngt. -
to be printed next year runty U found In an effortat lout teUtltrt. will i>. housed. I In theIMolary

mutval under un4tnc .. thl Mil be a QI.t..Jr"t..1
Education officiala I In a wipe choked with emotion r
JAChSOXULLK: Department of mutual (rust. a spirit of collabofatton "m ltuteeoLIn
the ttbpe
of the Diocese of St. Augustine put the handbookfor for common good IKM. and. in se' PIal' ::

elementary schools in the hands of principals this and old particularly U tieel 'Me* of a,04| Mill: II.,.. In waya.-tM | r.p ral'i 1011\
week. The new handbook of regulation was scheduledfor \ >p4n( countrlea" rather ear II....\.1.\ ...k.11..., .flir a anti ruh'1r'IIIMrot hl.Inlu'almultegrapha '
the of .laer and a f4lker, ..u'klag.adt.g fee ..1IInP"t.hMloH ". -
distribution Thursday in Orlando at meeting than on the hY lJthftll of a
meinutlr .( l.<* of thM" "n.'uu' .rt
an teachers in the diocesan stem. lawful Wed culkvthe UM of
frail til 'wan, ..... I* pr.jertMill ale. rfUn ttn( the tnuntiythat
Curriculum guides and diocesan report cards were armed force .| the Wll.<.'. |H...Muse II was fiuim il h.>. 111>

distributed at the same effectvenevs! of our educational "la. a word, It rr.(. es lute,* 'M|>ljr aM IrltblealaclitMBI an atl _( religion, the VI""b s
time as the handbooks. he ...Id. he Ml4. ....... i
program ---- This a,
father Mortimer of tbnaher" The handbook has an Index The Pop mad. Ma plea for lie ugr.t .u &n resj.wgrtM. for cUss\ Ik. ../1.! ... .! tie l.M..l ttlf
diocesan director sthoola, Register es
the handbook for ready refereiic*. Th Ubl peai a,, regular g a lawllfnpe .!!t rt ,- .D... "'JI I... ,.... _!., Hke,l.N. will sect .a.1.l lIk
presented "
governing of cotitvnurDUillnrs, live ao> .. : ;..; '>fir, t]", l ..", \ .. ,. ..; ..,....... 11- 1
Ida 'fIO.
the elemeoury nbouls': tons namely 'vri"o Hchoo openings thr "ihout the 1>1nn one of tfl'f'N h, day" uf r.f UtratJoit,
; ; : at' uf human '
lla'aald:h would d c1l' other >M>fc'thai d./ Iesded r .hefly ....
In the Dincce. It will b. pubIkhed 1. General executive organUatlon. find ramfi>. bguy with rrgialraU. ahnwn Mrs with fh. Alfred. Alw'nnlrum .
".,m. serious Inouchts be- dignity and .U|....Uai irk.I.l ..
In printed' form he cause of the both anniversary and a foretaste of jay argil ion, obtaining boob and uniforms and' family, f I ho I..'.. Alan, IVnjtfU'' ik.r fopta, f..n.4. said a year from now. 3. Administrative and of th* first WorM War amith l>m'|.rllv, which ran never the many repsralkM for the new Dudley,. ph' !lip!' Mrs.. ,I.n.,. .. and flu. !k.'a lost |Mita.N .
la a". Interim. he has. called teaching personnel ENh .nnln,..", of the again .N h.rn III wai. hut sear father Terence J.. Family of 8! sell
for oar ncele4 ""..a.. 3. Administration In general aev-cmrL only' of IMM. In ffnn, cud James pariah In Oilando was present ..4rl>;. ,Iher will ae the
prior U May .( acct year. He said he was. also awAi.| paeineas .. Statue. leieeaenllnt" lather
4. Pupil peraonnel prraduree '"> ia,p..a In aft ,11.14, ...I e 'u 'yaHr
The handhnk! I* on approval the .".. ifs ..hi"h he
thin. jer Prtncipala & furricvrfum. Mercy Sisters begin workat ........ U, WI tM Ip'd" >: 'latetue
are Invited! to submit say Set forth M the phiVophy School Calendar 196465Oioctt ,..... ass tilts ......""lIIIr s.Tle .
suggestions to the direvtor' of and atvcti, >ea of the SChOOlS .to a ..*k of tl: e

k t\Q.lJo.. are aefectud exrti4a" from theHIC'Jdlra' Jacksonville schoolPatrick of St, Auguttine) Florida .isle .Iwen hk.INvle. ti" a, .h
lather Dana her appealedfor of pope Plus XI :>n new 'n" Augu.lane 1 1 a, ot"
the complete and "h.l..- the CKraitkaa" .) e.lM.tii n '>fymMh 191.4 h.saNwl guest wren the s'Iw'>!IIw.
hearted coni' 'ralW..n of all On* of the etn yrllral .I.\rK'oO! S 1'Ii.I.p.CotSeptember : School here will open ../"i" .I ..rl. ..._ Uw" I't Pept I (>|,,ninf of .shov4 who u.vwle..

who are concerned with the quotatlMM hi the hw*..*k 1, taught by t uteri rat Merry of ;New Inn. s| l',!iruk 7 labor day no classes TM j..H.MlM' I M**. fit(

schools In implementing the fe0oa a Ireland The Suiters arrlvi rd in Jackaanvtfto on August II !the J..k-.,,lllMk ahpol Ot U lint lep|.rt du. .IK* OM.... UaMaae. I.! an a 1'
dlTfctivea in the handbook 'Tb. proper and lmme>IUt* 15 the feast of the Aanum|>Jon i of Our I lady, to make aar '' >..lkrr 1.'It.. !0 greet Nr. 23 tWftmrl rt|.>rt duo mal sweat. II hi a A '1"tI4Ilo'I\
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I !flodlh.R: : ; August 28, 1961 Jacksonville Charity habitsto '-,:'" ;, j Ho/y' / Name Bann'erl. I

be modified in early fall re fc: POPE Pius basic XH requirement once said:

Daniel .L
of of in apostolic work is the
JACKSO\VJLJJ 7Tbr..PavgM.ors\ Charity St
DeLand is being assisted by Mrs. Fred
Mantlnlk. ., Vlntpr\ ere-PaVif r. wtto operate and staff St. Vincent's Hon.. meet cordial understanding XanghtoeHN5

st. Peter The house commi.e'e? t hays: 't>ftal here are preparing for a change of habit. The present :1 between Priests and laity. -
The St Monica Circle of St.
Peter Rosary-Altar Society recently recently met to form plans habit of the community ia easily distinguished from all Another definition for ,

held a membership for organizing a regular clean other religious habits by the large white stiffly starched the Catholic collaboration lay volunteer of the Dlocesaa
campaign for the headdress, called "cor is "the : i
up pariah a Presidentalways
coffee at the home of Mrs.
trend of
..- ? adaptation to modern laity in the apostolate
??.. .
William Tilbble 732 West hall.A u""' "' times. the hierarchy."
Highland Avenue Special I I benefit roast turkey din. The new habit was decided

guest for the event was Mrs. ner has been planned for upon In compliance with the The many and varied actjvltles s{ The members of the Holy heavily laden with

Chester Kazmlerczak: presi September 28 starting at 5 recommendations of the Sacred In which the Du a(ti q Name Society have an obligation tried and tested suggestions

dent of the Orlando Central p.m. In the pariah hall. Price Congregation of Religious ten of Charity engage were to be leaden In the lay for particular programs and

Deanery of the DCCW. of tickets for adults will be which for some years taken Into ronnlderitlcn la apostolate movement Holy also with references to other
$123 and 173 for children. has been urging that religious denlgnlng the new habit Name men have to be Informed sources of information and
New habitThe
All of the
new women par.
Mrs. Oren Blink will be chair. orders of women simplify keeping abreast of Ideas.
Ish Invited to join with Their works Include
are man of the dinner and is their habits In keeping with practically activities contributing to the Holy Name men must bearIn
the members of the Rosary- that habit left of the Daughters of Char
everything active new ,
being assisted, by Mrs. An. the needs of their present organization of the lay spar mind that for a large part,
Altar Society at a covered thony VlscontL orders of women do: hospitals, ity of St. Vincent de Paul will lOOn replace the tolate. the Catholic Church is judgedby

dish supper on Thursday works and with the general both general and special; familiar garb used for the part 114 yean. them, their activities and
September 17 at 7 p.m. In the Pine lias Park schools from kindergarten They have the farther obllgatlon their conduct In life. Theyare

parish hall. This will he the St. Theresa Tampa through college; homes for to give the other laymen always closely observedby
first meeting of the Society dependent children and for the benefit of their
Father John IX. Puskar a
non-Catholics well
Jesuit High School Student Center invites as as by
for the new season and an Priest of the Eparchy of Par Father Edward T. Coles SJ. the aging, home nursing; cat- know ledge. other members of the Catch
Informal evening I Is planned. echetlcs social welfare,
; care
has to Plnellas .
sale come
Is the of' olic laity.
new principal In this of organizations
Each lady I Is asked to bring a and counseling of unwed day many
administer Cath
to to
School. The Catholic have
Jesuit members unselfishly
covered dl..h and her own olin of the Byzantine Rite In school High for mothers; mobile dispensaries; participation of their time Pope. and Dlthops hays
table sen Ice. the St. Theresa's Byzantine year opened hostels, day camp and youth given emphaUed the fait that your
drive for Catholic Mission He offers orientation on August 25, The tenters. Much of the Sisters' GAINESVILLE: The Catholic Student Center, in making the necessary personal spiritual state is the
A membership
first full day of school will studies us with the
new and old members of St. the Divine Liturgy In Sacred be August 31. work U done outside of the which acta like an adhesive force to keep Catholic stu- provide to be carried out. moot Important and primary

Peter's Howry-Altar Society Heart School Plnellas Park Father Cole comes to Jesuit Institution where they bring dents close to their religion while living on a secular campus programs It is, therefore, Incumbent consideration In equipping

will begin on Sunday August on Sundays at 0 a m. from a Jl'flultIf'oncury! their services! In both urban is ready for the coming fall trimester at the University upon the other laymen to )ourselves to realize your

30! and continue for the following Father Puskar may be school In Houston I( where he and rural setting to those of Florida. An affiliate of the center the Newman show appreciation for the apostolic alms.
who need
two Sunday after' all reached at Sacred Heart was principal for the past thin, the new habit Because will t of Club, plans organized efforts to draw students into the generosity of these diligent In addition to the need for
the Manses. Mrs. Oren Blink Church. P,O. Dox 2J7, Plnellai three He has studiedat Catholic workers by shouldering the volunteers for the lay
years trim simple and suitable for Student Center program from the beginning of apostolate >
It membership chairman and Park, telephone S44 8851. Loyola University In New service In all types of forthcoming trimester. responsibility of seeing this there la still a need for
... .. _
- -- Orleans, Spring Hill Collegein kind of sue vocations
weather ing activity under Center activity through religious which:
Writes Florence Ann Mick
Mobile, St. Marys In Kansas Last cessively. must be fostered in the home
sponsorship. first
The only semblance of the ler, secretary of the student year
the University of Houston by other members of the family
place III decorations for of(
former habit that has wonderful
been organization There are
and North Texas State retained the colors campus club division was won many particularly the parents.
blue for
are opportunities Increasing
ii rf College and white Indicating their The officer of the >ew. by the group. knowledge and thereby equipping The realization of the alms
The new Tampa principal'sparents Club the .
at Universityof
special dedication to man ourselves do better and the objectives of the lay
live in Shreveport. lie Mary Florida the Priests of the Center are to
met recently at
i'! has two sisters who are members Immaculate. Catholic Student Center In looking forward to meeting work among the laity, Among apostolate will l be accomplished
ill new students entering theuniversity study sources are the diocesan only by the stlmula.
of religious congregationsand Inter Eleanor: Provincialof finlneiivllle to plan meetingsand
teachers.St. this trimester and newspapers, study clubs, magazines tlon of Interest in the younger
the }'rD Province, announced art I title*. :
that the change I is Invite everyone to atop at the and. of course, our people as the future belongsto
Petersburg Beach scheduled for One of the purposes of the I Center during the first week very own publication of the them. And the kind of
Prater Carl Weber OSD., Umber 20. Hep. club is to offer programs of Dr school to register and to Holy Name Society. The Holy world in which they and their

wlu who was Stephen' Weber before a religious study club nature I ret acquainted with other Name Journal children will live will be

his solemn profession of No photographs of the new and social activities" for Catholic I itiulenu. This latter publication Is shaped by their acts now and

Attend workshopThe vows In July has been visiting habit are available as yet students. The club submits the diligence with which th.yund..rtake

his parents, Mr and Mrs. from Paris. all of Its plan to the P t t7 I Rr to make the lay
Sisters of the Holy Names of the southern Joseph A, Weber of 08.VJ Hay The Sisters have been In Center's clergy for approvaland apostolate movement a sucess. >

fctlon of the Eastern American Province are at. Street!,, St. Petersburg Beach this city since 1916 when' they enjoys the guidance of .
He has now returned' to St. took over the administrationof the Priests throughout the
tending an Intensive workshop In guidance this John's Abbey, Collegevllle, the old PeSoto Sanatorium school year.Standing Mark centenary

week and next at the Academy of the Holy Name Minnesota where he will continue at Fifth and Houlevard. committees In- s ,. CAHIIKL. Ireland (>C) _

'In Tampa. Sister M. James Peter, new guidance his studies as a Dene- elude publicity program athletic t fj The 100th anniversary of the
dlctlne monk.Sanford Statue of Mary external affairs and hU foundation of Rockwell Col.leye .
counsellor at the Academy, discusses a paper with torlcaU
(;ItANAI.t. Mpalll c NC) /1} was observed' here' witha
Flster Dolores Marie of Fort Wright College of the
All Souls A large statue of the Virgin For the fall trimester' the Solemn Pontifical Mass

Holy Names In Spokane The All Souls Catholic Mary called the Virgin of the program has been approved celebrated by Michael Cardl.

'Youth Club will receive Holy Snows, Is being erected on aa follows.: nal Browne O.P.of the Roman

,u"ntUU" "\\\\\\1 Communion at the 8.10: Mass, the Veleta peak In the Sierra Orientation lot freshman curia and attended' by blabPresident

Moving? Sunday, August :k), Following Nevara the highest point on Eamon de Valtra.
St. Petersburg tr.a.'" sl Mass a business meeting will the Iberian peninsula.The .
19.11 .1..1. 1.c 'TII.t
,..,.. .......... M N.. ... ... b* held. New officers for the sculptor L<>|*s Burgos, at Camp Washnrf welcome' At student centerWith
'N". Li.. N.. ...... .... NA ... rommlwloned ...(".; study slab >e..lon. led St. Petersburg
by a
Ik. ... ... with Ik. MUM* M coming )'t'ar10'11\ be elected.' was group( br the rrl...', (.ommanloftbr the opening of a newMmtHr at 'rm$; Florence Ann MiclUr,

Holy Nam Church Ik*..t)>Hk.* tttlt.". M tMkl ." Tb Catholla give a Navy talk. Students chaplainwill of mountain. HU' statue climbing will be df'(1f11'so'eties ......,.t .t iSe. Univcnity; .! secretary] Mite Connor pret!.

JACKSON'SSHOES 1\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'" from grades a through 12 are rated' In the summer of 1903.At home..fmMlMll gtmrm and Cealer Florid m Gainesville, the New. dent; Girl N.rdi. internet vicepretUent -
welcome to this meeting JlMeHlni" parties lor man, Club hU meeting of the ; and Paul Zorovick l

ALPINE World's Fair games away from home.There officers to plan this y..,'. executive vice-prt Jj,nt. O.i.eiiaJ3c3r. .

The all ne* Noses Home Exhibit set >IIW'ORK: (OO More will be a banquet for .w.,,'". The officers are, from s

DON BARDELLA for the lines ;In Nosing DKTHOIT: (CM') -The 4th than IR.OOO American of the freshmen and homecom I the left, Dave N,,,,..... sergeant DANIEL T. WINTER A CO. I

Home c.,.. Lithuanian descent have
biennial national religiousart
M'N ,l. School
Hoipit Bonds
147-457) exhibition, the Urgent and rtpnrtedly participated In an Coming events
441 Central AYS. IIMW 3456 21 it Ave. South only continuing religious art outdoor Mass at the New 403 Florida Theatre Bldg.St. I St. Pttsnburf444S

show In the U S., will\ I* heldat York World's Fair daring 5M..1... .... (..., l. _11.,. ... ."... Petersburg
Sacred, Heart Seminary Lithuania Iay August 21 The .*IN Mr W.M.lll(k.....S..1 !.!...... Ad.._ ..,1.. ., n.aMr _..... Phone 1624311 tth Shot, North .

from October 15 to 25, About Mass wan celebrated' by

Fowler & Payor Inc. 250 artists have been Invitedto exiled Auxiliary Bishop Vlrvcentas CCO training course, Jack. Deanery, September 20, St.
display about 400 works at tlrligys of Kaunas, sonvllle Christ the King. James p.rlh, Orlando. ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCY

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1.Rummage. Roast turkey dinner September
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Reds Polish pilgrims '" t Mercy Sisters begin work

BERLIN (NC) -Some oppress threatened and intimidated government is making It Impossible : at new Jacksonville school

SO.000 Catholics made & pile held for hour on end and for the Church to :

image to Poland's national required to gin statements answer, attacks The Bishop I. J.
shrine on Jaena Cora detrimental and Incriminating said to 'raft the Sister first briefly where relative of

at Czestochow on the feastof to themselvesand "The Church in Poland Is li_:"dan' n in .\tnfricti.S some of the Sisters had an!

the Assumption despitethe the pariah Priest." forced to defend the authorityof Purl. k families. in opportunity' to welcome them
fact that their country'scommunist Catholic teaching w hkh Is I. to America
The Bishops' protest was a j Ja< X.3 c' \ ill. ,me in numbers
has ha. attacked bitterly by the atheUt ...
regime The Sisters foundeiIn
sequel to a meeting of top 'I" (':1 Augi' t I" to add their
rassed many of those who press Argumenty. Fakty 1 ., 1S75 by Mother Mary Jo
U'g--: tho* of the -
communUt officials at the { \. ar parit
made a similar Mysli. must defend Christian .
pilgrimage 'rI".r of the
Ministry of Interior In Warsaw '.. !i l>ic,t. The parish reeptt sepia (
last December. morality undermined by the 'I .. I i w ,. an orrasion" for the renowned Archbishop( Croke
1963. .
on August 12. At ,
Stefan Cardinal that meeting the no-called Security practices and the teaching of ..."' ."d, ... ..- pore i t. and children to meet of Cashel 1 who was a plineer!,
of Warsaw bluntly told the Planned Parenthood Society in the establishment c.f. the!
Bureau was revived ''J!'.. the $1 bl..nho will staff the
the congregation that the and the contraceptive Gaelic Athletic AsunciatPt).
and plans adopted for a campaign new school:
Polish communist regime action (ee brochures and the The 8I11t.,. began their
against the Church.
wu to blame for the fact press for the youth, must defend ;Mother ('..lilt Gerard, the. New Inn foundation under
that the head of the Churchin The Bishops' protest aid Church institutions from New teachers for St. Patrick SchoolFather superior 8l (lrr ;Mary llfnlgnus the aupic4! of Canon John

Austria was" not able to Tactics scored ridicule especially religious I""rl.tr1; Veronica Ryan, the pariah Priest there

be there. Cardinal Wyszyn. seminaries religious orders. John J. Lenihan- welcomes I ica, Sister Mary Jonrphine, Father and H|.ter ;Mary Josephine. Theirs WM the first primary

ski said that Franzukus The unseemly] methods of etc Sisters of Mercy from New hn.;, County Lenihan, Mother Colm Gerard' and Sister The Slater. anidsted ",1wto)1 l for girls In the dUtrl!
by lay
Cardinal Koenig of Vienna the)fight recommended('operational actly.sty' Sense insecurity"It Tipperary In Ireland to Jacksonville Mary Benijjjius. The Sisters' arrival leathers, will InMriHt "kindergarten sine Catholic/ emancipation.On .
"was not at the
given permissionto They will staff St. Patr< k School in Jacksonville marks their first and grsdea one' March 10 1930. a brine
meeting Department Fourof
come to Poland
The harassment after the ) the Ministry of the Interior must even defend the From the left are Sister Miry Veron foundation outside of Ireland. through eight The new convent was founded at Draogan
authority of the clergy' and also! In County TIp.
school will open with six
December 1963 pilgrimage fill one not only with
the Bishops, portrayed in a cla. ....,.., perary.
during which pilgrimswere surprise, they are unworthy
many false light, not only in the On the dm day of clansM' ,
"treated in in inhuman of a legally conducted In Latin America In the I1.W*, *eron>t pre.e at home but even in at II am, the student laxly
manner." was reported In a government, but plainly fill < (huh) arhooU ,.ft. erected
some foreign- (papers, some and the teacher will Father .
protest cent earlier this year one with horror. at both place, and staffed b/
times even with the aid of The annual
Assumption Lenihan a* h. celebrates
by the Polish Bishop to Premier The BUhops added that the the Cardinal Cushing the Sisters of ;Mercy
1s no-called progressive Catholics. and school catnl\al. MOl"s marking the owning( I of
Jozef Cyrankiew. campaign being carried out "
"by provincial and district III b* heM on dtoher :) school! !. It Is from this haikgr,'u1:

The protest alo denouncedthe commands of the Citizens' "The lluatlon become all Catholic "(\ 1 to ft pm. Mix. F: L. The four *>'.'e!"a fr'm N,w that the community' draws Its

revival of turret p >ll.'. Militia which instead of giving the more vexation. .. the allpowerful \- vigorous '?.III and ,.Its. Fart Pnkcy: Inn left ire(: _nl ty air on new undertaking, the es'atlUhment .: >

activity agaln the hurrh. attention ... .. make It ,* cochairmen for the af Atigu! 11 of a ml uoa la
more to Inquiring ren r hlp
IJMPeru (NC) -Catrulic universities ,. 1:1rc: ie! la K: ., T.I. lfry Amerlca't.
Signed by Cardinal 'VN' Into and discovering |mp4M |hl* for .i lo defend "' ejAeJTI
yssynkl America cannot stand at the fringe of the
. and Auxiliary Bishop criminal offerees, are occupied ouneltes| to net straight thecalumnies -- .-
Zjgmunt thoromanskl nf with "operational activity and lien' olution now taking place on this continent but

,' which means surveillance vide the leaders who can give u a constructive, '
\\'usay. secretary of the Pol
The government of People's
ish Bishops' conference the of spying on and reprisals Poland proclaims and sire, peaceful direction based on) a truly

protect memorandum Mid the against the Catholic order
supports In the world forum
harassment of pilgrims Church in roUnd." and In the United Nallona the This was the counsel of Richard Cardinal .

amounted to police persecu The protest recalled that principle of the peaceful coexistence Boston in his! final public appearance before he

lion. The text of the letter after the overthrow of the of natIoN with different up a tour of the mission activity. he has
has Just reached the tin Stalinist regime in October .
political and Ideological stimulated in Peru Ecuador 7
world. 1966. "the Security Bureau truiM" lie salt It It
as an institution covered with systems. and Bolivia cant. that the work of "
"One cannot consider the
Protest madeThe infamy was boldly liquidatedby lit spoke at the Catholic M-iers. and Brothers
proclamation of that
the government, and th* principle University of I ima. where! a..sated by the ....' l rY
trn-ert if that U
Bishops declared principle notJ'f'ectk't'd
: first secretary of the (communist >Hve.t an honorary durt. br"lUghl to latin \
"The command of the In the internal life t
poets ) party UUdyslaw Goo rate In education from the time PAW.A "'.m..... ( ", '" _
(communist Ctllsens Militia of one's own country If .
mulka publicly charged it school prMlo>nl. Father Amb..**adnr J. W..lco 1.
the of ,i ...
summon those Catholics who activity administrativeorgans ; r
with pomlbility for all the Itilllp Mc<;iregor 8 J. WAI among the group" t
In December 1963, went to is tweed on s
acts of lawlene of
the log the ceremony at
Jams Cora in Czestochowa to clandestine guerilla warfare Earlier, at a laniheo* wild 't
past (statlnUt) period. aiiltty.' which a*. r ,
place at the feet of Our Lady Therefore the activating and on the persecution of the Juan Cardinal l
of Cze&tochovta,, 'Books of of that institution-In secret faithful and the Church ., "'.,a'" prlmale, tbn. 1Ic.llvla 1 1 and Chll. A bh r
Good Deeds for the Ecumenical touring .*.mert t'iirdlnal
from the nation at whose demand i ardlnal (U.A/ag, ,
Council' and subjected the Security Bureau Seminar sot to .|M..., alxint Ih. special ar psi 11M 1.-.1| | p irii.. on sa .
them to (lengthy) hearing tlile spent hlratrll +
had been liquidated- must was to visit the m I.... trM
"Such people are subjected ... ..... 1 f'.v
.1. .
evoke not astonishmentbut r
only study religions opetatMl by Ih" IWw't.c c
to( Inquisitional harassing reservations and protests lie Mid tit Janet the AportU
that after finally :
hearings accompanied by in on the of the d. traveled -
part people more
tlmldation and PA1tiPT (C\1)-A I theological found the courage to f41
threati of i
to extort detailed, The BUhop prolet earlierthis seminar ipomwrrd by read It he was "nl hi. to recognla miles by auto riper ILjp' tr" ''
even r> rart In "
personally written descriptions year followed a similar the eucharistic congress or himself In the portrait .
of the whole. 'journey on* reported .Ul November ganlsatloa will b heM in th. .weekly'a wrlltrs d- b* ram to Urns tL

and stay in Czestochowa. I. which" they averted that Bombay on Noveml JS, 27, >eloped, It. talc n..llUn S'I .

lhoBand *f rommnnUt faneItaMrtea jt before tM fk ngrewiTh Cardinal Cusblng aid .Kn.M weak .nl..... .I
'Th. persona subjected t. seminar will discuss Tim n". ... the ... .
bad the sole task *f point ronw m 0 M-Blk f>* Ih
the*. bearing. .r* treated !. harassing sad oppf***!** the the significance of nonChrUtlan pleUljr.' Throuirbmit ny life I ...... II. MMiI "C i.. VT4"s
........ .... "
a. ert Ihejr are ...
Church. religions and the Catholic have concentrated mainly' on muse set .-.. ... ,
. ...11 at, .rf...l fI' !rl.". '
attitude towards them so rropagailon of Ih* ralth r*cefl.g ..I..M. t
At that time, the Bishops. that Catholle Priests and work representing the thousands help' their Church. I.

JACKSONVILLEAHanttc also accused the governmentof others engaged In apostolic of mkwlmiers.. themselves r./lllf.,. prlecll/ .*..* s

trying to drive a wedge work. will have a clear Ides couldn't Journey to heir ....," .
/ Monum nf Co.IronzeGrantMarble. between themselves and on the subject. Eminent theologians their hum. couniiles to beg ; nS

Priests, of closing minor seminaries will address the Uv fur flMMUl aid | tank their But h* snnounrvrt a

C. A. ,...._....,-OtIS .... and convents, of ReeL 1,111I. 1 ltd their begging for gift of fund tAward / !
l SlrHrkM. further restricting Catholic is and ha aM s4allat. .M at isms ('
The seminar rpn to them M I > Ie1/1
'L s-ntHtrnrnf lto.' of
...... c..... K .l e publications and of using J'ritoeta who will b* Invited to la send millions fit sallrs. l* a I'
taxes as part of a e**.lgn participate In It by a committee Uw mission fhurch.Tnls ler for a C4Ue. ,* 'el

to destroy' Ole Church.In In charge.Receives. tioM. r
their mor recent' protc the e4akllhUg. ..f The Santa Crv l
-t. the hierarchy said the award eh.., t''ban It, lu* bees railed. him IkKM* Pupils moot Irish Sistors

ThunderbirdftUTAUIAMT and Illl I. Ik. oM...... .f ..... 1iwbseae4rw who .
hitrTl.' .'f') IUrhtrot My ptlellr life. eilnalg. M com lo .......,..." Later Mary Itonlrnus, left ant Merry arrived In Jacksonville on Aur I

RELIGIOUS BOOK Cardinal (lather ,...,.eiv..-.t I Mug yeah a... Time M.4. .. Mother, Colm Orsnl, met with |..rish""' uat 13: from Nw Inn, Ireland i, to staff>'s highest rtvUtofl award, ...,... If Ihla. ... ... wwd.M. In Africa loners ands l stu-lenls of Rt. Patrick parths new pariah school

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Catholic CommentSeptember -. .. .

f ; summarized' of Freedom to' say yes or no. givenGOD

'1 has endowed .us with in order to bring us to Himself

8 1565 proven help to inq i ix ers order that free we wilL might He did be so capable In.: looking, God such certainly a simple not over.and

(for Him) easy technique as
Is the last of of making a wilting choice
FATHER Lopez must surely have At that very moment In Europe the "pHIS JL limns on the questions our col. of Him. Only by being tree Father, reinforcing our free will in its

d some notion of the sIgnificance Church was undergoing her greatest everybody asks us. At this could we make that act of Leo J. pursuit of virtue.

test. England had broken away a generation love which Is embodied In an This is a somewhat humbling
of the event he recorded In his meeting I should like to emphasize Tune thought to those of
earlier, and now under Eliza the main points of act of self-surrender.
that memorable morning when who may be inclined to congratulate
diary Frank J. However, we know that our
beth Catholic Priests were being 1m- the two-and..hall year conversation t ourselves
he celebrated the first Mass at the prisoned and executed and the Mass I have had with you Bheedcharge freedom can be limited by ex. on a struggle -
r won, a conquest achieved.
Oldest Mission within the limits of our outlawed. In Germany Luther in this series. ttrnal facton. The human
wrote the date Septcm.. will Is'a blind faculty. It can At we bask In the warm
country. He and his followers had recently discard At the heart of it was the
ber 8 1565 the feast of the nativity of plain. fact that the spread ofOod' act only when motives for action glow of a hard decision bravely
ed the Mass and substituted man-made are presented to It by the course, to try to rationalize made It I well fur
truth in our.elf
the Blessed Virgin Mary; the site doctrines for the truths of Christ. our world depends .. intellect When the mind our sins and to try to escape +.lft' that Cud does
Nombre de Dios,-Xame of God -a upon us: our Bishopsand 'Pr forms the "This Is responsibility; by manufacturing nut
Great sections of countries were being Priests Instruct Judgment ddenly reveal to us the fact
tiny part of the larger territory sighted snatched by heresy from the bosom of they actually meet us only, but Is true or false, the a good thing to do: the will excuses that the power which pushed

from sea a few days earlier and called the Church. negligible fraction of the half a Church Is still else Christ's.Something should. responds and the. choke' .is It U only Cod with Ifl< fall H. over the top came 09J percent

St. Augustine.The And in a new land, where the name believers, ex believers, unbe from the kind cf preparation result made. view of the hman heart from !(Ins.

ship of the explorer Pedro of Christ had seldom been spoken the lievers. We meet work with, I envisage, namely a Conceqnently, any factor Mho ten accurately' assess. Even for theologian and

Menendez de Avile, were at rest off ancient Church was young again. Un. play with, travel with-practically profound Interest in, and de- which affects. the clarity 'of the degree'of C81 bUIt.T'It psychologists, the operation

beaches. The colonist had the whole lot lire the the ml ad's judgment nece of the human will is
the sandy der the patronage of Our Blessed to help questioner.To is enough for us to know largely

gathered that morning to offer the Mother that first glorious sacrifice at Therefore It depends on ... provide a correct answer eerily affect' the will's recognized freedom. that no one ever will lose shrouded in mystery Some
This U
Holy Sacrifice of the Mass M their first Nombre de Dine was to be the fore that their objections should tot h e question actually fact heaven because, under unbearable men try to escape the mystery
and in
both in civil
formal act and thereupon set about runner of countless Masses. be met their questions answered asked .is only a minimum.We r." stress, he lacked by a complete denial of human

and the the freedom to make the right freedom. They say that
the endless tasks of carving out a new Hence on Tuesday September 8 great trnth malt find oat what th.qll..IJo. *
taught them. If we '.11. the meant to the A person cannot be convicted choice. It is comforting to re an Illusion and
nation. the ceremony at St. Augustine which apontnlat I* crippled.Our asked man of first degree murder if call this. that whatever we do for good

The Faith had come to a vast un- will mark the 399th anniversary of that taunt who search It for, above the difficulty all we he can prove that his crime It is equally comforting to or for evil we do because; w*

known land and the Mass had heralded First Maim at the Oldest Mission has preparation should be behind the was unpremeditated and was know that God can influenceour must.

its birth. With his strong faith and deep and moving significance. begin In school. If the graduate difficulty.A committed under a sudden freedom, too. Without entirely However the testimony ()four

fertile Latin imagination the Spanish Reminiscent of the scene four centuries of a Catholic high school man may deny the Virgin access of passion. Neither willa destroying our liberty. conscience gives the lie
gets questions' out In the Birth: the chances are that he person go to hell for a sin God can and undoubtedly does to such comfortable escapism
chaplain surely sensed the greatnessof ago, Catholics again will gather world for which school
has sees no spiritual value in which while i l objectivelygrave often make easy for us a Given reasonable degree cf
the occasion but never could have before the altar and in gratitude to not prepared him then
some virginity, so that h* cannot .is lacking In the dellberateness course of action that will re and mental
pictured what Divine Providence had God for the blessings of this our land teachers are going to get a help assuming that the Virgin which would dound to our good. alertness, we know that In all

prepared for America (in years to come. will offer the unchanging Holy Sacri long Purgatory. Even in primary Birth of Christ was Invented make !it a real rejectUjn. of If we have a responsive will decisions there Is a point at

Who but God, could have foreseen the fice. Like those first Catholics who school, plenty can be just to make the story more God. and a sincere desire to do which we freely choose to tip

clone, To leave the pupils to marvelous.A .is emotions and what Is right we can be sure the scales in one direction
full flowering of the Faith from that dedicated the new soil and rededicated: It the passions or

tiny seed planted at Nombre de DlosT their- hearts to Cod through Mary we hear the difficulties when man who denies Infallibility which play 'the most that there have been many another
they ire no longer touch moments when God We are subject to
almost thinks havoc with the will's freedom wavering pressure,
For all Its prlmlllvcneH it was a Catholics of today renew the
with theme who
can help them W
the lucidity has weighted the odds In our admittedly are the
that religious truth does not by obscuring recip.
bright spot In a world. rocked by dis of ourselves and our country to is to put them In the dangerof really matter only right be of the minds judgment as favor. By an Infusion of extra lents of grace unquestionably\

unity. the Mother of God. losing their own faith and haviour matters. And a man to the goodness or badness of grace or by a more favorable But despite the pressures on

the certainty of Impotence to who mocks at the notion thata a particular action. Such emotions arrangement of circumstance the one hand and grace on

help the unbeliever. Priest can forgive" our sins as fear and anxiety and God hall made easier l our the other, for the normal person ..

Sacred Scripture I do not mean that any may t*' completely unaware such passion as anger and personal decision and our tht'tell: In the end that

school ran treat point by of the nature and evil of sin. sexual excitement can be particularly ultimate victory. margin of freedom, however

I joint each. Individual questionthat W* must discuss virginity, disturbing to freedom After going to the extreme narrow, wherein we have to

Divine attributes excite wonder/ can b* asked. I have not truth sin, before we ran hop( of decision.It of assuming our human na. speak on our own "jes" or

tried to slat 1In then' columns to get s man to accept Virgin would be folly for us, of ture and dying upon a cross "no.

: author of psalm 01 was which prevents a person I could have don a Illrth or Infallibility or the "
THE hundred more on detailed
sacrament of Penance
from acknowledging the dl.
happy man. lie had rerrntty
questions, fascinating" some of
vine activity In the world. The acid test of whether
Sum and substance
been rescued by God them It Is a matter of having
FatherJobs the has beeneslequate
The psalmist realties that preparation
situation and the general shape of the
from a perilous
is whether
this self-deception I* fatal. one
was fairly bursting with joy J. Faith clear, the main lines
longs for the unbeliever to
and gratitude. Caadlolitrated II U true. that wkked men and the main attacks. Thereare rain religious difficulties! or Pontiff stresses Christ in ChurchIN

Unable to contain himself, + often teem !. prosper and to broad groupings Into hopes that lit won't. Quit

h*'IIRlon to these enjoy in enviable happlne one or other of which all questions simply we either want to reading Pop Paul's encyclical complexity, Its spiritual I

sentiments In Inspired song Eventually: however they objections, difficultiescome. share with him the fast and beauty," :

"1II good to give thanks to will have to pay the terrible light that .U ours, or would I was struck by l Elsewhere In the encyclical

the LOUD, to sing praise.. to In |price of their fullj-1 eternal One thing above all shouldresult rather have him live on un. the constantly recurring reference the Pope says tie Is distressed. ,
HI faithfulness
your name, Most High To the faithof a destruction from this kind .f preparalloit der,nourished In the dark. to Christ The Pop Father that many separated brethren I
remarkable and
proclaim your kindness.. at the psalmist way, Is vindicated. The third stanza ((1012)stresses ) -tb* ability to dl. When h* asks' his question, devotes many paragraphs to John B. regard the papacy as i stumbling

dawn and your faithfulness His enemies have gone down the personal not llnMl.h "between two sorts of h* has opened a door w* the bond between the Church .block to unity because cf

throughout the Mght With and In objections, should enter and b* in no Sheen.teal its claim to of honor I
In defeat and h* stand vic one more, verse 11 we and Christ and makes reference primacy
the ten-string instrumentand meet two favorite biblical figure hurry to leave. and jurisdiction. lie observes
to the them In various 1
lyre, with melody upon There are them which, if *
the harp (1-4), Ill thoughts liranrh nut of speech: "You have exalted they were valid. would destroy It la not a .,....10. ot winning places throughout the text. that the papacy Is the very
my horn like the wild the Catholic position an .tl....., but of principle of unity In th*
from Isle own personal re- bull's have anointed ; Last fall at the Council he Church and. that 1'a.. Inserted
KlndneM and fallhfnlneMtthe ; you m and then which If sharing a living eaperlence.W
wereice divine nltrl- buying l In tod's kindness to with rich oil" even they drew the rapt attention of observers --- Into the Church by
were true, would not touch Body h* says: "W* must
ronldernlionaiHow with his words about
more general want the other man to
Christ IIIm..II.Nor .
bale which excited the wonder The ancients considered the
the essence. To deal) with the accustom
know Christ In his gee
of the pMlmUt.. great are your works strength of a bull to I h. concentrated first sort one must rally what we see, why w* opening addressat Christ In the Is this claim to primacy
tee It that way and what difference the second session. h* devoted Church. It Is
Ifs O LOUD! How Very deep In his horns, and so know the Faith. Out for the Christ who lives In the a prideful and arrogant one."It .
was a just man, doing the seeing makes to paragraph to
ls of .
the horn became a ,..n.rllImhol a primacy service
are thoughts! second one need not know ('hurch.ho
Ms heat to live In al't'OrdIth your us. W* begin, necessarily, his request to the Bishop teaches, governs, "
of of ministration love
will A senseless man know not, power. In the dry the facts Was a given Pop and sanctifies through It." ,
the cf God, relying on with the bar bones cf our that they keep Christ. constantly
the promises which the Lord nor does a foul under- climate of the mldeant, anointing lazy cruel!, selfish self Indul.) FaithIt skeleton so to/ before their minds In Then he makes. Pup Pan! also said:
Imcly with oil clear that
had mad to thoM stand this gent DM John XXII teach their deliberations.At .
who kept brought soothing comfort 1Ilk-thl. dogma that prac: the whole hierarchy (Include nit Is, therefore our aNl.r.tdHlr.
error about the state of the
Ills law And then disaster Though the wicked flourish tice.\ first, one might think Ing the that the dialogue within
Quit understandably It was soul Tope) U Imply a
after death? Did the
struck Wicked enemies had like grass and all evildoers Use
attacked him and his situationwas thrive well being, luxury.In may com to some sense of allusion to Christ are out of people new fervor new themes and
sign a declaration that
all but desperate.' They are deitine. | for the fourth atansa (13- Henry the luxury of knowing the place in this encyclical. It laaddressed speakers so that the holiness
VIIt r
spiritual head
Perhaps" h* had been temptH eternal t destruction; whll 16)) the psalmist. resumes his the Church In of Faith. It will be a new Idea to the Bishop and It ls divine onl.ln the sense and vitality of the Mytk( l

to wonder. whether It had yet 0 LOUD are the general musings on the happylot Fisher England (John to him-th* only luxury, h* surely they need no reminderof that God established! the hierarchy Body of Christ on earth maybe
didn't anyhow h'd
been worth while to live a Mmt High fomrr I IOI), of the Just These reflection already teen. beheaded for has ever thought of Catholics the central place of ChristIn In Ills Church when h* Increased.

good life, tempted t. too to In the language of the hue a ring of aIN confidence denying Ill? a* having Is th* luxury of Catholic life and thought founded It. Anything that make.

question the validity of the psalnu "sfl.elea* man" and for they Ire baaed on marching In step If h. never Yet h* urges the Bishop to But It is I in Instrument and known the teachings of which
divine promises on which h* ftiol* are technical term, his own personal experienceof one know the facts, all sees more than that then w* keep "always before your therefore subordinate to the the Church U both custodian

had counted with such They Indicate not m.r.lllMk the kindness and fidelityof the better!; but the great thing are filling him-filling ourselves eyes* this central them of Cod who employs It for His and dispenser receives our

Haunch faith. t>f Intelligent' but akm moral the God t whom h* has U to how that, whether the too, perhaps. Catholic teaching.My "It .la by means cf approbation. Wt have already

But now God has demon- perversity, a wilful blindness served so r.1unllnl1.W.ahtngton this divine Instrumentality mentioned the liturgy, the
ImpreMto" | that h* that Christ
Question box communicates to interior life and preachlnc.W .
w nddreuing his remark His
mystical members the could add ales: Khooh, not only to the BI.h..... He marvel\ of JIlt(
truth and of the the social
press, apostolate
mauled to bring home to Pr.te His
and and ,
Regulations .
custom t nu ike fact<< that the Cathode Mystical .
Brtiy at It travels. 'its
(&tee of charity.
fhnrrh 4. h..M
for teachers hits thatChrlM pilgrim
peak way through time, luuibl All thee, are theme t/)
both collections N oar Ui and Guide, *
govern structure Its sublime
wMch the rawMl' will tftmtour
pHE: demand for\ teachers ...l.n>..r ..)m*, replacement of on the increase without Interruption the Catholic ultimate' AotborHjr la the fnitv Its|t ability to function aUefkUo,* Pope Paul
(" .
JL In elementary and secondary leathers leaving service ant calamity howlersto Q. <'.nM' ron pi**.* tell M there for such favors as lookIng .rf organically, |its bulR8ldow predicted

I schools of the United the retirement of ntm emergeiicv the contrary not withstandIng hot Ik. thnreh e.ll.ctt.a." are up a baptUmal or confirmation There are Protestant who -

latH .will reach In peak In terher ,- ..edr dale not provided feel that the Catholic Churchhas M. J. Murray;

the )...r 1M4AV rVhouln will The*. fimjrv-tlnn are made "\V* have not<< of course, A. The weekly envelop ec4- for by general Uw of the eialleU the pope to sucha

have to re. roil some :illQOnoteacheis In a ably prepared 'bv the had a supply equal to the tremendous IoK'tloft: for the support f the nllal'fh..hkh apparentlytwee degree that w* have dethroned

f r the next usiletnI buie'\u <4 Ratios SutUtlc of lncrea of babies{ arlwol.. church reetctrv
year to take rare of new the I' !. tVfnrtment of More IIM4, but wait unltl. In* Vent. and pariah weeks in general atonal courtesies for which Por in his p4c They assert
no payment shouki b* des that only God I t. "tafalftbl
Labor The study wed ennremed I

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Bishop James Walsh F- --"***** I _ttS3Sp!" iiJUS: \ P"i* 6 1 5 The nrlda Catholic( Friday, August; 28, 1M'


Red Chinese '!' :; Pilgrims sense historyin


audience, Pope says

what he can C.\STtI.O.\XJU'O: (NC) A papal audience Is a

trip through time that reveals the Church In Its antiquityand

CUMBERLAND; : Maryland (X C-A brother of Bishop side of its vitality In the present day Pope Paul VI told ev-

James Walsh MM., who Is imprisoned by Red Chinese, we had t : drat thousand persons at his August general audience.One .

said here the prelate is in fine physical and mental health out"I ,, : r.J characteristic of a papal audience, the Sovereign

despite some published reports to the countrary. aside Pontiff told visitors,.Is that such occasions turn one's

William hlm"r thoughts to the to history -
Walsh a Cumberland judge said Bishop lower "It nbouVI teach you to love

Walsh writes in his monthly letter that he I.s'ell were and tradition. the. antiquity and the youth
a.a ... and his with In furl he MM. It may lead of the (Church he IIIlLIt
airuag nana writing and the people' titular to conclude that
cheerfulness pabilitle, calling his Innrh"th. get should arouse In you a sea : prove the the I lop. and the Church are toward hlct5ry ..
claim worst ever heard from "I rsMponslblllty
Involved in thing which ..NI.'hapll
A the lips of mortal man." heard (' teacher; toward the traditions of
misunderstanding about | very curious and
the Church and It should Instill -
the Marie 3rd
Although Miry and WIN grade
Bishop Walsh's
condition! may tery pretty, atrang In the dean! M keep
have arben, the judge said lIam are the only ones of the each Carmel 5th superfluous to modern III." ymi and modern
It alive lit .perpetual
bccauee the Bishop has been eight Walsh brothers and U- long ; Peter Miriam. lit The pop Mid that "nat renewal"

bowed by his Red Chinese tens permitted to write to the ; Mrs. Frinla Bybrr, orally we cannot agree with

Jailers In the hospital section Bishop other family members ; this opinion, 'A hle'h we seem
of the prison. sign birthday and Christmas and to pre written" In the '.11'.* ofnwny Mass guide

The '73-year-old MaryknoIIer cards which he receives.In t_ uur. ... ..f ourtalliira.\ ." I How
--- --- --
",'.. sentenced in l!mo' to>> a addition to the monthly 1\.,. M said, certain particular Sl'NIUY. August 9010th
ear term for "aubversUe letter, the RUhop is permitted New chairmen forma which mark the Sunday after Tents-
activities." The jail sentence to receive two packages Sharing our treasure Deanery exterior aspect. of the Church cnrt. ( I.... of Sunday Gloria

Uevted, yers of harassment a month through the can !Iw< ,...t.... ('reed, preface ofT

In 19M, he WM told he Wit Red Crows. They contain items listed for DCCW "Hut we art very glad," he ally.)
free to leave the country but such as toiletries and cigarettes. Nurse learns of privilege year Mid, "that In coming Into our ,,MONtur August :.11

he refund, saying be would Tk. "... CM.. 1_..., .f IM 1'_'. c...... .f I........ ".... home and breathlmr our atmuaphere M. Raymond Nonnatu,
not desert the people he came The Bishop asked"' for, and It... ..,..... ... ...1.... I.e le54.." I0e ... .m.. ..... I".'. "" our vUitors are .Ud (Maw of a Confessor not a

to pert,. wa permitted' to .keep abouta attendance at Mass offers l't."ldt.t fnmmlilre ... t'uuperalingal | to give a Alma at Ute pies Bishop. Olorta, CommonPrepare

Judge Wal.h dosrn IMM>..., Including bloKraphr 7&tht.. North with t".fr.lfrBllf .fIhrUllan albeit a rapid. and summary )
*Cited his historical and Scrip tine liecauM, thin glance at the TUK /OAY. iXember IMies
brother In oe4ry and *on- THE Mrs. Frederick 11. iKtrlrla*
IWO and ainre thenhas past we think. Is one of the ( vf prs-vMis Sunday,
fiction HP I I.. ,.
Nn Horace
not permitted a evidence of the eUblUhment .> SchmWt KleiaherM10
C'i'r."pondf'd l with theBishop .. benefits. of the papal. audlenc.. Thu l l limier of St. Ollen, ab
breviary, ml al or rosary. vth A'.. South
of the Catholic fit. PetersburgV
writing every other I**, :3ml layer of Twelve
month alternating' with their Judge Walsh said there U Church by Christ U M cogent Father 'ke-lre.lileiit CuifportVnolllHllan "It U a height IU.h ..rr IkeMI Italy HrtHKer. martyrs,

al..trr. Mary.Pointing nothing else! Including letters, that few who, with open Juha A.O'lhln. Mrs Rsorg. SWm4t ( and. Hi-l.",. | renlmle. which CMwrnevt. ..."' .....)
dew Lain H Clarke
that \l6 BrawntitgTjmp4 a "| anyone should ITt4' < Mtl".mbtr|
attempt mind, humble hearts and Ina
to the strong >lr- .10 Dolphin 1*. wllneMe l I&. which we
to end the BUhop. Meffeen. t bliss of a Con
script in a recent letter spirit of prayer eaamlne I-arjro mlskl rail SUtnrlral af n...' *
"The bent thing that fast M4 a Mlahop, Gloria
can Kertinlliig MerrelarfMrs.
from the Bishop, Judge Walshcommf'tltt this. fact rarely fall to find It KaMiiy Hit act The |> .... MM this sprawl
be' dime for him I is to pray for \\'"h. Ttwrnss Jr. H (....%..I rrefare.)
>d in an interview rarest l'4arallMrs. : .
: .
vlttraUon' .hrlnar the mind
him he said. convincing.<< But before' the nt i, Ilex ewPlant THltl4tl, September 1
"There's no question' as to KrK-\>( >Mk" to MM slow difficult"
Four Its HIM X. I IMaaa. of III
years 'Irthl" month truth seeker Investigate the City a n I'I.
whether this li hU hand. Church which wan founded 4M W. ArntlMIll.i.wUa .tr...Mtrc mnrrh <(? humanity '' .
the Walsh Pontiff. Com.
writing and the way heha brothers said goodbye Catholic religion his interest by Chti-t, o: d Luh: ::.Jed "urr..u.( Herrelarir Tampa Penns| Olorla
of expressing: himself I is at a Chinese prison after must t>e'hsi by Him W to./ ,.h t'l,: n/ "nt Mix Horet'e ll...eft"alt ....."".. nf thla feUni can JtMtf\ 1 )
thHr first, vMt In It *."' .pl""mber tI
tpML There's certainly no year and wan promUrd. HU abidIng > AMA (PsTtKVIMth: AV.( N. Dips. John King spurwl. In vUIUn mu-
indication. from hill handwriting The Judge recalled' they kindles the park ., "" presence and n11/'tlUI' St. l'e4ee..reg \m Mlaatnn 111th'Trrasr.r '" ..... ammuRMtita and IIItrawleii MaM I ..( ....110""' Hund.ijr
met three times, one for |Inl......l I I. lh. Catholic' Civmmon Preface )
a faith'
where treasures of
that he \to III. couhl n.4 tea.h. ernn hUi: ",rlY T..(.... Terracelloate '
The Rlnhop. writ. almost half hour twice. for an hour. Many things: the good ex- I read the Ss riKurn whlrhpn )1.... F'raes 13. ) sad l M. k.".| the pea* are hnua...l. he mikl.rhil In\TURI Y. "MeptrmUr. SHt.

exclusively about family affairs They called each other Jamn ample( > of Caihullcft, th. high >(-Ulm' Ills truths. .tt.M ,\.....|.....H .he sail', although a Law n f" Ju'tlm-in, .
avoiding and William. Just a. they always .1did. t 1..1 surtteiire ....... the eon. (Mas nf a Cimfevmir lush
politicalreferences. silt Hi .Busses AWtI. MrsVlinm, Wiwnn.
any esteem
In which
a Priest lbekl
William could notcall lluw ueaBllfal U III* leah. HMMIIsMt into the present. .p, DkirU. l.\dmon I'iet<
UkeUndI'aillamralatUa lug Morel IHilm
by a whole community
his brother title lag ike KnrkarUl. : are INI'NHAY
He by blahs roMrerlaf holy tbl.e( Mf things which dale
rptllof'fftllt'f"l birthday Catholic literature .. New 1 l\irt Mlcheylalfrnallunal
a Malt\ This l Is no mere ., "'*|>temUrimh a
better than I do." MM the op.Judge from a Priest who peaks a Mrs. A. H.H TWN7 .*.. l.,lermrtlran trek I* fsmlMrlM hug |pat .
Walnh! led.l. ... KuuUtfv Penta.MM
said of their a< many liter It sirs. shows the allv.ltwe ofthe after
Jclpe. word! of lnaAJra.f'ft'I..ft.nel parting: s,11I..11I. leash bet 111. HealIVeekre Dwswh."Thla !, fMaaa of Sunday (;<>>
mthep WaWi's moral! hilttfMIm..t K:,iat.. ....t.. Mladeala
cheer prayer and the of
"'hf11 the last visit ws' grace lady<< aM blvd. .U not a muaetim. It t reel I'refar. D| TtbI' \-
cheerful .
In OM let Gu.t. Cleanwaler Mrs. Terrem' Umllh4ml
ever and we Mid. gwdbje, Iwas ....1 I and dltUH, l t. lad ....... )
a ,, It la nut
t. JudteValah recalled he What then' l Is a pimple yet AMMnlal| .l Tahllc" 1)plsl.a. :X1H Ttrrrwre North
Joked" about his language ca- brother a little upset when" my. cfferth e way. ." arousing .u<'h The bass trigs Jesus tf U< --IJhrarlf a...l I.jieral. IH IVerabtirgVI t/duabe. .ml ....tie oHerHonnhe .
walked out I remember Interest Hjr bringing a nun 1'11.1da,, and ertaMe us to Henry. INChfwiMsieK. l'a"hlt asd 1..14'. e4 c_.. .t. which .kt ST. AUGUSTINE
that the window on one I4fere'd' W the .... ant tlslIs "
Catholic: friend or neighbor U irffrr again In .n unM.* 'ly ;. Urah' m Para heisthas..lleadutisss' .n
Daytona Beach Sunday W.... manner the Sacrifice. vf (.1. Helnea City lie Mortimer T. ,.

New church The frullfulnets of this vary I now understood. the talk-IW. I '.,IU.. aa4Knt Halrh Jr. "II U lung allte ....1 the j t

methyl 1s shown In the conversion > realm why nv..t Calhulla& .1.l lUIIrt.. 'r hit nth *t. North tall Ikal It I.I alive ....! sup I
i>rnuon C ) A new of Jeanette S. Jack churches .,. crn| nut )Ira'Inc.nt rUHMU! IM lelershungk4301'umsnnnw.sith .."lal Ia w)Ur).
Furniture 3..b $IK>.w-) church for Dublin
eon, a public health nurse ofVlaplewond only on Hurxi r. hut e>*n on ltfntmMrs.
Gr .tfaf! Cars' Airport, built by contrlbutlona New Jersey, who. holy daya which fall on week" III'.., North Ukhard J. MulUvan The fart that 'U It l iw myaMlHtte 7

LLOYD COX from airport employ* relates theM fafU: d.,.. They *>nt. le join with 8t IMertrnirgf Mill MfUoe 111', awl! >el always the +g >csal
and. firms has now beenopenM M/ slater TauUn was in. the Jrel In offering' the (........ Isughise ;j' Tampa same In Itself, afwaye, coherent. 7 7Budgeflng7
Office Supplies oppnalte( the airport's \lted by a girl friend to ac. greatest srrlflre! homage, ..taterlraMrs. feakera1 HereaXI always' faithful l.. theUAtfenlrt 7i
CL M47J main entrance. A statue of St. company her to an Inquiry ad III H.ethhich Sired Patrick, presented to the class Pauline's Interest was. prayer w hit ft human being 4I.H: llih Its NortfiMtk ,...11,1.1 "I1'Ii. repwt. n .."elo. .... tie gofurther

Irish lntem.itlnnal airline amused and the. then l"eg.n can offer. It ftenhurg HI ftterwbwrgMN .. .,, .II. u mv, .icu, I
A.r Ungu. :,v the Kith RegUmnf How ... .....*
to attend Mass. Thy dee|<."..| cofunHrg and wtier! > Ysnikbp.l.a eplrltsal. It.t.l .pmesl
of the New York National her interest and enthusiasm, fill It I It that we tan rlte eel 1..a.I., ,, Jrwph N.p.lebw.. A skit .to the IStf. he salif"HMNihl ,

Itafiai anj America ,.*.4Op. Guard, will octupv and! some' of both rutted. off our Mwhirttle lord the Mrs. D 1. Ar4wenigH. wn. WI.." "". revise. (in ,".i grail

I I PJU.tii 11 P.M. place of honor In the h.Flajl on me when I went with her Bread. nf An.... In holy Cum !I"*''' A....... ''fa'" tat, lte U. fhrl I.t wh4i "....14| ..(
to Mass on a holy 4yImagine Pu."...... Tampa 1t.It.. .. tw|. t'"i.i<.h ir t,. rumtri 'I'( |ii"

I 3aad.sf FsclEete : my surprt. MI Hill' IN'>... eraltoa I ....... Nh.thet. u.. Our Low COlt
A. pulls.. .keallkUld ..,..
finding 'the fhwrch rro o>'I l Mrs Job..) Mri-.e.l N,. Wallet HMM r"rii Chtcl'ng: Plan
dosed MendtytSAN '& | many k**>es I ..
Hnell tu....
on this weekday.Uhaf alto *h M NuetkW )1,1.
Ik.d, .... "'..IIeI... !I. at..kk Subscribe/
.. PetersburgA ,Fd J'etar.h.'f.. nowTNOMPSON
REMO U ike wield <_. .- .s4 dt.tre.s /.." sew Ye.* ssi ,.., saw.
RESTAURANT IkU Church .hate* I feud .|>. and. r.....l.rt ,U rereMlagIkU '
n"" ,...,.. .! .,/.
..,wll! asking, wkifk. Mker peal a.rraM'.U (4'Wnder fs
1293 SO. HIDGEWOOD) ( "."".. 4..t ka..r' I ... With grateful| heart I .wabfXIied lIlt .*<4 ,..Ry ,IMS .le
\rtmkmr4, !. lied ..U
CL 2-1357 .by fttfcef Oeeten yh' cJll. s _..Ih ..wI '
I went to the rourMn. and Mol the great )'.jr fill >ereiving -
J. Tr.dwsy'sDaytona la Wwhlrgion. D.t\ I rant a4.p M< .., lost- Jp "'
Moving & Storage Co. which\ Father John P. GeeUn the' .......$.,. few sad hap'pine. lens.ST.

was (,i4 ihirUng That was. \t* .. w.Alta. h ntf Italy r.I'!"' > I AUGUSTINE
Agents ALLIED VAN LINES INC beet\ inve''4iteAt of Um .... rirowgM SM My Me baa

DAYTOXA. nlC LAND made. There I Wffwd been.. mmplelely"<.iMr ...4 NATIONAL BANK
111 Ao. (......11-0. Slua MO ... 11I"It& Boat tj the fwnlatien of IM 'faith t*** cal .... r BAILEYS.

Chwrrh by JeMM, iv..Hy 1refMurlM Jews Ml my rite wMfl .... p Aawtta. VA 4.Itl. fafaif" w s..ta.
before a rrrteaUsA ,........ aM gHe ... I ....'. 5 Ct".al r..

KAY'S RESTAURANT d.esaln/eak'n e**. .Into .*.... "leg It itever had bfnr. f *
.n NEWlY ENLARGED I REDECORATED I WM Mlrrw by ..>. men,. thank slmMMr Osrf tar .t... y.

ALA-CAATE croci FULL COURSE DINNERS ..rak4* word CHrtKlo a111rsrsd wnod. of gads ..4 law IfwtiJi I

HOMEMADE PASTRIES FREE PARKING the Apuatlo. *; <6., tKer 4 re.a rand I.'. ....., epaeed x.. Y -
7)4 MAIN STREET- I HOCKS WEST OF PIER **! make alk<....... ot a4MM M.llanA. h" a frtesrf ale. cub.ihals d 1; r rs

-- t_ III .... .,are.Feast 3 ..... M s4'..'tIt

"FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS SINCE Ilir of IM Mete sad WtM with asap .......... w ...
pal awl W tM IMf.. i IH j

Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons l pens.._... an learMsg IMtw..*... to....h.... marked Reads music by hand

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That ,lull A.< it f.". me. t....... as .>. toss W tIC Navy' laud at Ms ..**.1) w.le.gat..were i

CLUB 92 SKYLINE A"*e st titta IMeecaNeah.ls1'cuse fee ,....., |*-.... Pat k.>.. been blind stripe bbrih

4.iM1.1s4 Y lw I.awlr IU r.*4a fiHMt. .by fc...*** M. left band oce
Sikt.M Mass* H.
RESTAURANTS J-i.f M chink_ has father IkM lrs>av.rrM l.| aAsInt.
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l. .. "e t*4 C".Fc..l' >Ass4 M. .es JtatN Ml Mass ... btttfcr TSJ .&. U.. k* pn the lrMNf-4 with SPECIAL RETREAT

Lobster Frog Leg Shrimp ...,. M4sM c.. .rw.4 1h. pinY.rL ......d MM ....... fM a_ pl1.y. with the M.lrnppmMNliWSr.

ALL YOU CAN EAT $3.25 .. ...-. Nw ,bill alias/ alb Mbe ..... Ii+ye 3I.a4 oaf KM aftetrta..f 14 mreb.III Labor Day Weekend

I III i4eaZ. a..Mt. pas eel 4.S.. au ,.... Ifs h' .Arrwg beee ."It 1.1 tWrA.

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t. The Florid Catholic, Friday August 28. 196.

Mount where Christ
wept In Congo


recalls history to .pilgrims- -J Unrest stirred by Chinese

Bj Father Anaclete Vonlck O.}'.) }levit by the Franciscans In

the 1951 to 1953 lmpoitant mission work
JERUSALEM (.NC)-Visitors to the Holy Land have years are Reds hurting
I ) for what they showon ar 11

always viewed with awe and curiosity the city of our the prehistory of Jerusa. it LhOPOLDVILLE (NC)-Unrest In the eastern Con

Lord. The historic pilgrimage there of Pope Paul VI In lem. The final reports are from
now being published by the go, stirred by communist Chinese agents operating
January, 1064, has provided added stimulus to the public
the workof
IrancUcan Biblical Institute neighboring Burundi is definitely hampering

search for information here, !! t! not
threats to come
a city of the dead, and covers the missions there. The peace
about the holy shrines Pottery found In the tombs
the entire southern extremityof sided the archaeologists In only from the insurgents but from lawless elements
Toda*" t Jerusalem Is much the Mount of Olives on the
1 1rer: than it was during the western, eastern and southern dating the Jebuslte burial taking advantage of civil life Of the regions where they
place as in the Middle and .u ILIt.e J to a standstill.In .
:fettme of Christ Politically slopes. 1 disruption. are operating
Late Bronze Age. More than

It is divided: Jerusalem ofI It containthotunds. of 2000 objects were found shedding _ the Uvlra diocese, It is Mandrel hit area is the
I ael to the west and Jeru-
;: grave front all period of light on the daily life of reported that the first rebel diocese of KSM>OO In ManU
lam of Jordan to the east. 1
The famed Mount of Olives time since .the 4th nilllrnnlambefois the people of Jerusalem who leaders treated the missionaries ems province, where all but
were burled in this tomb and one mission| station have been
l: studded with many shrine; ( hrl-t. tit t i well, but that their replacements -
1 abandoned by the
placed them In a definite I temporarily
smong them: Mrl Gaillael The northern half of the period of human history, especially 1 put Bishop Danilo White ..rlh...... Meanwhile

(Men of Galilee), Shrine of Domlnus lev-It property was In relation to Bible '* 'f 4 a ,. r r Catarzl and several of his fellow the dloreoe's (U-year+I" Bl..hop -

the Ascension, and the Car. acquired by the }ranclacans HIstory missionaries under house Noel Mala has died Lire

melite precinct of the Pater of the Custody of the Holy arrest Three Italian and after a long lllnr. *.

Nuster (Our Father). On the Land in I***). In 1891 they had The Domloai FleeR not

ne'tern elope stand three constructed there a chapel only has meaning. for the! ; three Belgian Sisters han In the most recent activity,

large structure: the Chapel with the lime name of I>om- archeologist. but six for the stayed In the city of Uvlra rebels coming across the

of Dominus f'levlthe Rus- inus Hevlt In I'm, the present pilgrim of tod.,. despite the rebel 1 takeover. Congo River from the Republic

:lan: Church of St Catherine, chapel was built with the The continuing disorders In of Congo (Brazzaville)

and the Basilica of the AgonyIn ; financial aid of many American For here he can see the the eastern provinces duringthe caused some alarm at Mushie

the Garden of Gethsemanlat ) Catholics It modern Jerusalem and the month have resultedIn about 200 miles north of her .
nerves to past
lines of Herod Jeru
the foot of the slope commemorate the fact that general t the death of a missionary They occupied the town

Of particular interest, because Jesus, during. Ills triumphal salem. He Is not really far brother, evacuation of missions briefly but the Congolese
from Christ In time. The
of recent excavation, entry Into Jerusalem, wept In three province. and (Leopoldvllle) army Is now
site called omlnus( levit tombs are still there and visIble back control.
a over the city. the fall of a half-dozen towns. Missionary
(The Lord Wept). It Is a nar to the eye as they were Priests and Sisters at .

row itrlp of land on the No one knows the exact in HI. day.Knights. The rebels. are not only of the main centers of

steep extern slope of the spot where Christ wept, for trained by the ('hln""" commaaUls Congo Interior trade, were

northern limits of the Urgent the tradition U not very clear<< In Burundi but are not harmed.In .

cemetery of Jerusalem the That lie did weep over the sing Home arms furnished
Gift the
toldto to PopePope Idlofa, where' the. rebel
largest and probably the old. city is. known from the Gospel bjr them. ,
(Luke 19, 4M4)). From guided by a Peking trained
eat since It has been used continuously Paul VI receive of ther at the 7th of
Christian documents we know a rift a ca- presided centenary The missionary who< was former Congolese education
down time.
This necropolis to is our virtually that pilgrims believe that preserve nary and a gilt bird cage from towns the institution of the feut of Corpus killed. Brother Lucien Van minister, Pierre I JIulele .

Christ wept on the western people of Orvieto, Italy. The Holy Fa ChristL Damme a Belgian Marist, caused Wenpread destruction

slope of the Mount of Olives. home tenets was the victim of a bandit and loss of life earlier ;

raid. Three other Belgianswere this year, there will be a return .

DUKES.STEENfUNERAL Two lAlh-r. en t ary
HOMI meals state that the Turks Bishop Maurice bchexnayder Church around the worldLists that the bandits were Is that
expected by
built an "oratory or "ntonI of Lafayette characterized the caught and executed by the /
110 S. Florida Ave. .UKU.t IS there will be SO
CI"I at the place where (knit Christian home as the principal reris who now control the
MY Mill UtelsfiJ thesis Science center Aids Klndu ('on'lll\ l'nletts. la the
wept, bastion against the reportingROME area Two African idiots.
spread of materialism. Brothers and the Marist mission ;
The railed 51.1 iKHINr.TOV (>O The
mosque was lie told delegates at the NMI; inrtK (NC) -Plans (NC) A Latin superior remain at Piecing together latest re :
National Catholic Educational
Manwnrlveh (The Trlumphint >
*2n ) the ruins of which pub-
Supt'erne (ouncll, Knights of center to be located In mid- to help In reporting on the Tlnclal superior of the Mar are advancing westward
llshed list of 281 recent
can |I.> wen today Just out a
Columbus, here that man 1s forthcoming third session of Ut Brothers! disappeared in toward South KiM and
aide the Franciscan doctoral dissertations on Cath. Manhattan were announcedhere
property| ) the ecumenical council was etabllahed *- Kivu several weeks
Ping dragged' helpless by the ago. northward toward Stanley
>ALMSAYOFUAJU' The exravatlons at Domlnusf olic education done at U S. August 21 by Father J.
title of materialism ''which here by the Latin ville and Bukava The Congolesa
graduate schools. Seize of Kongolo, scene of
does Its beat to rivet him to Joseph Lynch SJ. presidentof American Bishops' Council. government of MokeTshomhe
Intended as an effort to ass a massacre of missionaries In
earth, to deprive him of his the New York Academy of Canton Cruzat, editor of and iu army under
slit scholars In educational .
engaged January, 1982, gives the rebels
'_: ,,IIII:!' l soul and to block his spiritual Sciences and director of the the Catholic weekly, La Vox. General Joseph Mobutu have
horizon." of Santiago was appointed achieved
.. Ihes1 $.41 available from the IAAO<'la. seismic laboratory at Ford. area. The Holy Ghost Fathers only limited successIn
Ma,wo.d' A. .. C'.I.Ambulance lr-.....! ... B....4 It depends upon the home director of the new containing the rebels In
tlon at 1785 Massachusetts ham University. The center, at Kongolo, whose memory
44* 2nd Ave. So. Ph. I424MI ServIce and the family "whether the Avenue, N, W. Washington scheduled. for completion in center, which was financed of the earlier catastropheis the eastern provinces. In addition
VA Church is he saved In by a gift of .10000 from
4-147 to
I a A, D C Price Is 83 cents a 1947.! will house the academyand still vivid fled to another to Chinese communist
ST. PETERSBURG l ST. AUGUSTINE country or destroyed; the Advenlat. the German Bishops help, the rebels are using
I Illnhop aald. copy its library, provide spar fund for aid to Latin town but this was also taken
superstition and
ma gin to
for scientific meetings and over by rebels.
Pope Paul VI and PresUilent & America. frighten foes.BEACH.
Red threat contain the headquarters for
Johnson saluted the The Insurgents, led by
national and International
HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL work of the K of C In masice TAIPKI. Torn" NO) dentine organisation. New envoy Kmil Soumlalot of the self MEMORIAL

to the convention.The Increased readiness to meet styled "National Liberation
//r/ Conditioned .". Parting: let MNTEfALtiOLFO' : (sC) Committee,''are getting CHATS.ML .
Father noted the
Holy the communist threat In the
E. HEATH Funeral DiVeder Saint honored >*..**.. 5.... at,ssi l
"meritorious accomplish'trents American Is greatly encouraging. -Pope Paul VI has receivedthe support from communists in

AMBULANCE SERVICE nf the K of C and In. Archbishop Paul Yupln MABRIiC) A new credentials, cf the new BurundL Just as they have SEMINOLE BEACH

L.t."d' florid. Phone 412-0111 yoked' his apostolic blessing rector of the Catholic Tu Jen Spanish postage stamp to be Senegalese ambassador to the slowed mission work, they MEMORIAL CHAPEL

upon members of the organ. University here, said on his placed on sale October 12 will Holy See Pierre Deves. have brought the economic IL r./..*ss. a114Nt

ixatlon and their families In return from a seven.week honor a South American Born in 100ft, the ambassador .

GRISSOM FUNERAL HOMEPhone a message sent through Am tour of Furope: and the Western saint One In the series dedicated studied In Paris and

147.3131 1 Ida eardlnall'mnanl. papal Hemisphere. The Archbishop to 'Makers of America TurIn Italy, and was an of KYLE-McLELLAN INC.

secretary of atale. said that latIn American ," the stamp will commemorate tidal of the French telephone

KISSIMMEE"OLUF.RT President Johnson commended nations have increased St. Torlblo Alfonso de service in west, Africa. before FUNERAL DIRECTORS

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7 The norid Catholic, Friday August M 1961 comment
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Maitland parishioner joins Ifi' "" '" '1 Orioles'manager lauded by rival I


Institute of Lay Theology heard of Senor briskly to the mound and

YAltonen Lopes' book? Joe snap "You've had It for toddy
i young man, give me the
Small wonder. It hasnl been
By a atari writer
ball" And that Is that.
banned in Boston flogged byPullman
JATTLw,1'D-This hat been a busy week at the home or even raided a by "1 Just convinced them It's

of Raymond A. Armstrong. Mr. Armstrong who hue the police. Nonetheless, the give really acting In their best interests -

joined Institute of Lay Theology is moving his family RL thing lacks neither merit norrespect *'perl'sViewpoint ," the Idol of Prairie
10 san z'rTancisco. Village, Kansas, grinned "A
ILT U a relatively new will be assigned somewhereIn pitcher can gel his skull

movement which provides for the 14-dlocese area encompassed And when the Senor from ripped off by a line drive

the training of qualified laymen by the program Mr i 4rw Tampa. tells goo thai U bU staying in there too long."
to carry on the apostolate Armstrong will be a paid cat. + book Hunk lUner, wits lure, Derra would have supplied 1 The Orioles' decision to

of bringing the truth of the echetlcal teacher In his appointed LT tor lie has to b* the American this quality and St
Catholic faith to the million district. 1.*.(.*'* manager of the. year overplayed the strong man City for Norm Slebern last
of "uncommitted American" Originally from New York JON hotter ll...e*. bit in a limited 1 tenure with winter was widely criticized:
City, he 1s a graduate of Ford- the Card Bauer at least
Mr. Armstrong a parish- In the crab cake center. Gentile
ham 1 think he's done more looked the part One thing
loner of St. Mary Magdalen University and has work hd hit 48 home runs ..nddrlv.ft
he has to
with what
worked Insurance wa IJure-oobnd wa goingto
as an
parish here first Ill two before
read of the In years
utive. He has worked as a with than any other managerIn run our the square-jawed,
Institute In a secular A potential 1 non-a.terbk Ruth.
magatlnt -
volunteer for the ConfraternIty the league, and If this bn'tthe dented none Marine!, a combat
in June of 1961. He then "We dMnt"' trade that Gen
way to measure performance tern on Pacific beachhead
of Christian Doctrine
wrote to Father Eugene Zlm- program tile.& countered Uauer.e
men SJ, the founder of the for eight years, half of you tell me what Is. Typically. IViuer credit the traded a JU hitter Anyway
this time ; The Senor's challenging<< stare Oriole pennant threat to hit
being spent In Flop
movement expressing an In went unanswered. As man. ,Hoof will||| make the fans forget
teresLrorrenpoBdence ida. During last year's summer chief lieutenants former Van- him."
program held at St John'ff the pennant contendIng k... teammate Gene Wuutlllng

betwee the Vlanney parish In Orlando, he Chicago White t Sox, the and pitching coach Harry Thai ",,,.1 I.I be John I'owrll

frlevC and layman 01111.,4 aided In the work of organization. fmlttve tl'MFlorIda has Urecheen -"Gene police' the native of Key \tr.t who nose

for IS month before Mr.Arnmtrong matched i wits with the 1UUI- heat" "llnf) can get winter In. 1..I."d. a-1 and

finally receive Mrs Armstrong formerly) ,y, snore brain all summer. :o game out of a length of m p
bU acceptance as a prole Ml. s Regina Clanton of Si -.. Certainly not many baseballpwple old garden hone" n If ft.handeil muorl man

tonal Into the organisation. Augustine, takes an Importantpart to expected to see the Rut watch U..rlMt who hll. |the twill over slate
Prepare moveThe
In the new occupation.She Orioles on top at this ala It. "" ..r In action during a ball line. In thU, 1114 third big

Since January of 1963. he must act as the enthusiastfor of Malt of San Francisco before being Even In the balmy euphoria game and ,tker ran be noMistaking t..t.fI year, It...., U off In
has been himself Ray Armstrong family versity
preparing the family She spoke of of spring. lUuer hlmnelf publicly who U the voice his swiftie.i, most savage
and his family for the new the adventure as "exciting," land are preparing for their move to assigned a teaching poet Pictured from Uhbed) them as a third- ., antkorltr.There tart with :HI home runs H

career After 10 months of and commented that she was California Mr. Armstrong has joinedthe the left are Mra Armstrong Caroline, place cluh, much to the dl*> were cceaslon last Kill and l .:iri II \.

ILT training at the University looking forward to the future Institute of Lay Theology and will Noreen Michael. Neil Enda and Mr. tm of his front office tau, season when naltlmore pitch

of San Francisco, they and to the fulfillment of her attend a training course at the Uni Armstrong who is holding Matthew.Everyman's I..e HUrl'hsll, .who had a ors (Milt t'I'raand Steven It would t... nmsUtent.. withSrtmr
1,1.1>r* pn>feMi na| abhorrence
husband's ambition to teach. ------ grate ticket prwNem. Barber, especially: ) almost lit ,
of violence If
As for the little Armstrongs The season before the erslly defied the manager to
ORLANDO there referent to fellow
U no
their only worries are: "can family Orioles finished fourth 1SH take them out of a game.
KbrldUn 1100' la& has book.
WINTER PARK we Ice skate on a mountain" games hick of the Yankee*; Nothing like that's happenIng -

and. "will there be snow?" attendance had continued to this "' '''IR. Bauer strides

The Armstrongs have six shrink this time from an already ).
life's fears
Belief in God calms
children.: Noreen who Is undernourished l TWM( ) Gets award ORLANDOWINTER

eight; Michael who I Is seven; to a skeletal mono. Standard"
PRIVATE ROOM Nell who is five ("going on B, M gr. John C. KnoitDirector. against a hidden enemy who the regular use of advertisedprudiwts resuscitation was applied MMUFather Augu PARK

Good Food and Care in eight." says Nell)); Enda. 4; ( Family Ue has upset the hopes of the meaning the manager was tine Nguyen Lao Hoa, ChinaUtrn -

Nur *s Privst* Home Caroline, 2; and Matthew., 10 Bureau NC\\C) past and threatens thoM of AH of these irrtors of security tired.Mscrhsll. |I..tut of lilnh Hung on

Catholic Lady Preferred months. wa a motion pic- the future. cn be U *t overnightA frankly admits the southern tip Vietnam,
I 2937116SERVICE t THERE In the middle csU." H >w t IlineM can "ha. been awarded the first of WALTER: MENGESClothier
third choice
lUuer wa his ,
.has ... to b* talkingramt '
.IrntMroag Feople seem
mrd steel heaKh and
forties called The Song of ones one ranking bark of Yogi !errs this year Mttgimysay Awanla, To MenThe
tala ambitions *
p : nltlfAn autumetiile acrt- U M...' Wear
dramatized KUt.t *
Bernadette" It neither ..fwhom
.rare4\ l...Ur. and rVMIe Stan key.
"I ban always desired to the story of the apparitionsof dent ran wipe out a family. wa available or Interested. !* N. OILING AVK.Arre .

teach. This will give me the Our Lady of Ixftirdes After They have a wary look A war can devastate a country ** }'r... HI. Jamee
the usual credits' were. given about them talk only and Its people.& It U Ju"ttircauae 'atneelnn
opportunity for that and for They *H & working the Church, It has the picture opened with these when they are assured of a Inset people know the See**. "Yet knowlag the Inc
taken two and a half rears, 'II"OI11t-"To! those who belet) sympathetic re.pnne, Any the In the hhfclen rervose of man I'M sure "heVI he .
their hesrts that they are young I." "ley l It With it..erlCOLLEGE .
of this
but now we are on our way." In God no explanation dUagreement! with their view. the Hrtt to agree he got a
SALES story Is needed; to tNxe who causes them to answer net afraid. lucky break" I... It... PARK

,un" "" ,,,,un,n" "" do not believe In God none Is with words but with a set The Mover I. Cod on .the. FLORIST

pomlble' look on their fare and an other hand ren>|nl.e. IkIwkalever ,t ke4 U porilrnUrls" why I wins
Subscribo This quotation summarises air of resistance.At .IUer had rome .p In his MAWS..*.as. sill
nowGary's k.r.|>.. to hiss I In lilt *<.. M4 I
Hotpolnt Sales not only two basically dlf a time when, generally either .p.ri.lllr< ... r.o.e4 VjMi4 bonk *. manatee .. the year, ten thousand' l dollars and a ........ She {M e,....
,,, attitudes towards miracle ( ....4 awe let..ret medal It has been annountodIn
"'" n un"un" '" ferent speaking, there U more fins < and tkerelor to I.. hi.god. IM Wane
*, but also two distinct nrlal security than ever before I I.rr ve4 team spirit and ManlU The award., named)
,... for the late. Philippine* ,*.*..
Duck Inn Interpretation of life Itself. In the history of mankind more elferth. ,u ,
It 1a I an attitude eipre..*>t dent ws fur "public ervk's',
SERVICE ON ALL clew r* .a taiat ton imtri Belief *r noe.belief U (sad there seems to be, generally thou*.rul* of year *tw by the Home of the players' Refuse hats timked to Father ELLISDRUG
"*.' r saaroo aria '. rendition 0..'. rep...*.. raking more personal I'Ulmt.bel wrote (I'salm werenl putting' out last *.*. Hi*.* rare, and Ihe safety

MAJOR MAST .czar. amwntaaiSk to the problem and that. fsmlllal and spiritual' .<>n. Now they're all buttling of a whole' area, ''( Vietnam\. "
4M A bust One Iksn.1navl.ncountry STORE 'INC
MM t*. O*. M ..... l*.tM of life. Insecurity which has one of the 1Wlly help Is from the 1/ont The pitching was there but ha! bon eniruueil' ta the
who made heaven and wainl producing Now II I I.. Mnfi Hung tlrene" unit. ,
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has It Se. Or.
APPLIANCES How many times highest living standards In earth And this I alirinule.. mainly' 4U1
been said In time of linger the world, aim has the highest In,"''''"""'"''"""'"
dlwtlon I AI I L'Iva'rl/
The Lord will guard you la tuuer's HMD I, .
Ing suffering or sudden and suicide rat", Deadlines
BILL BARDOE from all nil; he "will guard | acid.Th. .
PALMER tragic death- "If I didn'thate The Hllotle .. S.W>|.|... yeur life. tap MI deemed, man .... -... rrx i Sep .s..e
FORD FACTORY DEALER my faith I don't know that ....w s.*M*> ",.. n-w. I....
what I would do" -or and feor ., ski not Mown t. The lrd, will guard your *g.r Hilly llluhciBk was Mr "ttn t .. tow MN ...wenM
ELECTRICPhon SAVE ON YOUR M frele that. It Inlert coming<< and going Uxh now he |lacked flrtune. It hd his -. .-.r. lad.a45 ..N. ....
"How do >PIe without belief .
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that k I.IN.N Nle e
NEW CAR DEALPh. In God aland up under even these! who fc.lle** In and forever no mire than a guea M see ......... ,....., -.

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W. Hwy. SO Everyman' whatever hit
Anytime! WiMerGsrdenMemboe slate In life or reMgtou onnvktlon. Things vanishToo FAIRVIEWCtin

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ITS Jsctse Avenue St. Chutes. common human problem It many profewed ChrUtlan JACK ELU
their Ont
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ww.r Park. FWUa things are death and Use. were to be found In a paid- .- .. A. .........
Dut other things an equally' up Insurance" policy a gw.1 till Mgewaiee, .." ...... I

rertaln. like sic knew and bank balance a C'CM'ftturtabMborne
INC. Injustice and un. a clean& bill of health j'r
GOLDEN DONUT sorrow. ,
charity. jealously and bickering from a physician, and a ,erm- rt- \\ Herman J. HtMrlch: 4
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future guaranteed by 1
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PAINT WAll AnI/ 1Mft. go astray life lose its )fl'It/)kft MMT ,0t'LI I ROM

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or apathy set In.' RIDE TNt WII.I' tKf LOVNGI2J "YOU flUOifTJON. ftWsr
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PARK Co.s4ete r..t ("....... TSIALIRTiVM'.I to moving the family Mr Armstrong left M4 bee se Meeieve/ M..4.w AsrsefW

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I Tie Florida Catholic, Friday August 2S, 1D64 __ In Bombay

Council's next session i 'UHU .. :" nL.Language solved for Congress I

concerned with ChurchBy
te..I.... ,... .... 1) excursions around the city any Information or service t*

Bombay in the !language they and help them to shop. the pilgrim

Father John P. Don eily understand Provision Is being made tocover The centers will have telephone
. all of the continental
VATICAN CITY (NC) -The draft on the nature of .s. Bombay 1* going all eat to languages Including Russian. facilities for easy con

the Church was first Introduced in the present council: i make every pilgrim at home tact. This will be In addition
and In.terpreten to the General Information
Besides the gnlde
very late in ita first session during the fall of 1062. In a rity obese traditional
nerdu no spokes accompanying Bureau that will be set up by
At to
the! time .carding
t1ai"ociib7IU"e;;; : ect OH the agenda when the word. groups of pilgrims four or the Congress Organization.
tJf council open five renter will IHt net op From the moment of his arrival
tins! speakers "generally Right from the moment of at different place to provide to the time of his departure .
praised the substance and Closely related to these discussions his arrival the visitor will be the Congress Organization .
structure of the project" but on the Church are assured a warm welcome to has ensured that the

the draft also received much those on the draft concerning this ancient land and city of President pilgrim will be made as comfortable .

criticism. It was sent back to Bishops and the governmentof Bombay which hate kept as possible.The .

the commission to be revised dioceses. The central consideration their windows open to varied pilgrimage from the

but with the hope that it "be of both Is the con. A. cultures and languages and signs povertybill Diocese of St. Augustine labeing

considered: the central work cept of "colleglallty.\ to the Eucharistic Congress.As arranged by American

of the council. This concept concerns the r the pilgrims land they into law Exprew. Throughout their
At the beginning of the second will be received by the EucharUtic -
position of Bishops in the journey the group will be accompanied
session on September 30, Church and how they are related Congress Bureau setup WAHHIXOTOX (NC) by an experienced
1963, the revised draft was In. at the airport and the seaport
to the Pope in Its gov President Lyndon B. Johnson multi-lingual tourist escort.
troduced to the council Fa Here the pilgrims will
thers. It consisted of 11 chapters ernment.the origin Colleglsllty of the authority concerns of Sisters arrive in SarasotaThe be grouped !language-wise and has signed into law the They will leave Bombayfor
million antipovertyprogram
divided into 43 points in Bangkok on December 2.
each group will be providedwith
the Bishops-whether I it which will enlist
a 90( page manuscript comes from the will of the School Sisters of St. Francis) tured from the left are Father John F. guides and Interpreters.They and private agenciesin Before returning to the

It discussed the Church in Pope or directly from God by arrived recently: from Chicago to teachat Lima M.VL; Sister Louis Pierre principal will escort the pilgrims public a fight to raise living conditions United States the diocesan
terms of a mystery deeper divine right Incarnation School in Sarasota. Pk- and Andres. to their places of.stay
: ; Sister for millions\ of Amer. pilgrims will 1 I visit Hong
external .
than any structure.It take them to the venues of
talked about the mem No one can predict how the services and Ic n.. Kong, Tokyo, Kyoto and Hon
much of the current theological congress olulu. They will arrive in
bens of this mysterious union functions, act as guides on The Preldent Mid the bill

as then the broke"people them of down God," Into and the thought Church into on the the will council's mysteryof be Incorporated Laity will first notice English progreo will stimulate*" for those a "new who era have of Los Angeles 17.Reservations. by plan and further on December -

the hierarchy and deacons-Bishops and the, final constitution whether the Washington letter not shared In America'. pros information can be obtainedat
Priests .
when going to Confession perity.'The travel
laity.It council Fathers will make any agency.

conclusive theological pronouncements American answer to

periled the "rail in boll on these mat WASHINGTON1 (NC)-Traditional Saturday confea- name of the Father, and of Demand reaches poverty Is not to make the
II."." inherent in member.ship ters. the Son and of the Holy secure In their Orlando wbe//
alone In Catholic churches across the nation will have an peak for teachers poor more
in the Church. Their statements be Spirit Amen." but to help them
may unfamiliar ring for penitents In mid-September. poverty
site for HNS
It discussed the relationships general I and directional rather The Priest will absolve In English, reciting In the npll"lII: As the: Priest pours (C.Bll...4 lrm .M* *> reach down and help themselves rally

between this mysterious than dogmatic and confining, vernacular the formula customarily said in Latin. baptismal water three timeson while the demand U. not expected out of the ruts of poverty Central
union and Its contemporaryand in accord with the overall the head of the infant in to total more than ," the President said he- Deanery
"pastoral nature" of the This change probably the first to be noticed by the fore using more than 50 !.... .
external companion the coun the form of a crow he will about 953000. pensto Ic-& frta M Jin )
state. cil. average Catholic will be a part of a sweeping revision in pronounce the following After the peak year, 1964- sign the bill in a ceremony Rt. James Church of which!

The council Fathers Interrupted In any event, It 1 Lt certain the administration of the sacraments and sacramental. words once: "I baptize you In 65, when clone to 105,000 secondary In the White House rose gar he U paitor.

their discussion of the that with the discussion of The U 8. tthhop have the name of) the Father,+ (Cht school teachers must den on August 20.
Holy Eucharist when it .is Registration will
received begin on
draft during November, 1943 the council on this fundamental agreed to introduce English outside of Mafl. pours the first time) and of be recruited to take care of Already, the NCWC's Youth the grounds of the downtown

so another draft on the position subject there has already on Monday September 14, In father Gerard S. Sloyan the Son.fhe( pours the second classroom growth and replacement Department, the National Orlando! church at 10 am.

of Mary in the Church come a revival of Interest! In the entire ceremonies Including president of the National Liturgical time) and of the Holy + *, annual requirements Council of Catholic Men and Louts A. Griffin president of

could be incorporated into St.rath.r the Implications of Church the essential formulas Conference and headof Spirit (he pours the third drop nearly one-half to 57.000, the National Council of Catholic the parish society said The
than be treated separately membership. of the administration of the of time)." reflecting the decline in the Women plus major Catholic traditional
) department religious HNS procession
It was not discussed Certainly, the council\ will the sacraments of Baptism education at the Catholic University Holy I Eucharist outside l number of births after 1947 universities, have agreedto with banners will assemble on
again at that session have made a massive amplification Confirmation Penance, anointing of America Mans: An the Priest holds) the the record-breaking y. a r. a request of Labor Secretary the
Washing Court Street site to enterSt.
Completion of the draft of existing theology on of the Sick (Extreme ton, DC, commented) on the dborlum and a single Host, Even though an upward trendin W. Willard Wlrti that James.

awaits the third council session the nature of the Church. Unction), Matrimony and move: he says: 'Behold! the Lamb secondary. school teacher they Join about in the 2000 effort counselor to locate Alfonso A. Alibertl.! deanerypresident

which opens September of God, behold him who takes requirements is expected after .
"This long awaited
) news aides and advisors In anticipates the late
14. when the Fathers will discuss Charleston Bishop named surely will be welcomed byPriests sway the sins of the world. 1965, it will be 10 per cent conjunction youth with the antipoverty morning-l am.-Mass will
the chapter en Mary and and below the 196465 peak as late
people through- The people and Priest then campaign. ,hall Holy Name men an
another which has not yet cut the country," he said In as 1975. opportunity to be
My three time: l/ord, I am present on
been brought to the floor, on of Roman collegeVATICAN Program for trainIng .
rector St. Louis where he was not worthy that yon should The demand for new teachers youth the third Sunday In September
the final llorr.el sanctity; in reached before the opening of rom under my roof Hpeak cornea mainly, from two make up n major part of and to receive Holy Com-

tieaen.Ttien. CITY (NC-Charleston's) Bishop.Francis the 1904 National Liturgical hut the cord and my Mill will M8r("..: (I) to staff additional the antipoverty bill. munion In a body. A concise

amendments they to trill oath vote.! thechlpt.r. on F. fled will replace Archbishop Martin J. O'Connor as Week.The. he healed." claftiroom, and ((1)) to replace They are for a Job corps and appropriate rally day program .

rector of the North American College. The Archbishop introduction of our teachers who Irate teachingfor for 40,000 people who will follow a noon din.ner
and vote the
en entire
own language Into the sacraments As the Prleet distributes at the K of C hall he said
,. .
draft. resigned and will remain in Rome as president of the Pontifical and sacramentala slgnala Communion ho says, The a variety of .11011'' would live for up to two yearsIn Indicating a complete ached

It Is listed as fee tint Commission for the Communications Media,f He the ginning of an historic Body of Christ," and the communicant Just to take care of increased conservation camp and ale will be tent to all Central
pro gave_up the poet of_college\ rector at his own request! due revival in liturgical says: ."Amen" enrollment in public training centers; a work-trainIng Florida Holy Name KocUUe

to the pressure o[ other practice," ti* aald. > .* ..ConfUrnMitlomtJTbe officer, and private elementary and effort for 200,000 youths
work. lie was also president of. How will administration of luually a Bishop, a>ks the secondary IC'hooll. the supplyof aimed at Increasing their employability
t the ecumenical round com.munloatlon (the sacraments In English: ciindldale's name dip his teachers estimated at l.$ and helping them Highway Restaurant
Bishop Hen, ordained In *. media secretariat sound million In 19A344 must be Increased stay In school; and ork-
right thumb In the holy oil.places & Drive In
B ARE OfF 1935 after studies at the North which prepared the decreeon study program to assist needy -
Mi right hand on the to 2.2 million a gainof
American College, will returnas the media of social l communlratlmm The moat obvious point I I. college students. Fully equipped to handle
head of the candidate, making 400,000 or 23 per cent by
F rector at the age of M. A approved by the that the oerond peroon .1.. Other section cover community short' orders and ful count
the sign of the and
IFMiTt! native of New York City, he council Fathers and promulgated guise pronoun and trrb form cross say. 1975.The action programs joining .
dinnn ; ; ev.laNe
Ing: 1 sign you with the sign estimated 47 million : living quarters
has been Bishop of Charleston by IN 01)(1| Paul VI on used In many past lran.U. public and private resource
of the cross and I confirm in \ and of .
pupils rling
you public private ptnty p tpac*
since Jun. of 10fl2. December<< S, IMS. Sloan are gone, replacing *; creation cf a no-
with the chrism of salvation.
Cap Archbishop O'Connor bold "tlu.u" and "tb.." with "/<>.." schools kindergartenthrough called domestic peace corp JOHN T. McMAHON
For II year, Archbishop In the name of the Father + high school- In the
these other Curia office con- to be named Vista -Volunteers R..lfoe
O'Connor held the rector's : Here are some example: and of the Son,+ and of the fall of 1963! are expected to
suitor the for in Service to America;
position of the North American on congregation Penance "May our Lord Holy Spirit- Increase to 57 million by 1973. RK I los 47
/n tame eels se yew honao (.oU.... the Probation of the Faith: Jesus Christ absolve you, and __._ and financial assistance to :Zaplls'S .
I small farm and businesses.
ronnultor on the congregationof
by lila authority 1 aholv
Seminaries and Universities t1 .1b
you from every bond of excommunication I
SARASOTA BRADENTON ; >'Ice president! of theround"
and Interact
commission for the RNEST HOME VALUES
to the extent of my power and .
Lay Apustotate and rommunlrations need. Finally I abaolve .' '1

m hr (my ttr Jar press the relations council's Media;, and committee the governing presidentof "for you.. from your pins. "" In the i r .1 ;;,

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