The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
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Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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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states unity plans Catholic Cathedral begins

ST. Staff writer InS t Augustine

At'GtST1M-Principles on ecurnenlamthe XXVI; No 10 Orlando, Florida, Friday January I, 19S lot f
movement for the restoration of unity among Christians

which ia one of the major concerns of the Second Vatican

Council were outlined for the Diocese of St. Augustineat
,. ST, At'GI'STlSt: Restoration of the ancient Cathedral
a meeting! of the Apostolate of Christian Unity held
in Gainesville. Florida, on of St. Augustine ham begun Monmgnor John P.

Tuesday of last week. that a national conference on Burns, pastor, reported this week Ushering in the New
ecumenism will be establishedby Year which Is the 1M5 Quadricentcnnlal Year for this
Archbishop Joseph P. Hur
ley has appointed DeLand's tional the Catholic American Welfare Bishops Conference Na.. Oldest City in the United States, Cathedral Parish (people

pastor, Father Patrick J. Ma. were' happy to see the work begin. Catholics throughoutthe

lone, as president of the Di. Diocese, all of whom feel clone to the mother. church
ocean Apostolate of Christian NCWC is the voluntary association and ita 400-j'ear-old' < pariah, join the faithful in this city
Unity. These members of of the Bishops of in rejoicing thAt the Cathedral will be beautified
the United l v
the have Christian been appointed Unity apostolate: as an agency for coordinationof that serves The Interior of the historic church will be properly

Catholic efforts in embellished' Ha the construction progresses on plans that
Father Charles W. ,.
Spell- : ,
man, pastor. Church of Our out the mission of the ChurchIn -'YA i have been a quarter of a known for their
Saviour, Cocoa Beach this country, Our diocesan century or more' In the outstanding
John X. Llnnehan ; Father activities for the apostolate '. 1 making, Monalgnor Burns work in construction of church
Moat Holy and
: school
'i structures in the
will be
Redeemer Church Tampa; largely patterned onNCR'C'a aaid.Oeorge. Diocese.
Father Hubert J. Reason' St. conference on ec t W. Stickle of Cleveland
Mary Magdalen Church, Mart- umenism. and St Augustine Is the Interior remodeling of the
land; Father Frank P, Goodman One point brought forwardby architect for the monumental Cathedral will call for an addition .
Holy Name Church, conferees in Gainesvilleon 1 task at the Cathedral The to the rear ef the

Gulfport, Father William A. December 29 was that at I contract& was' awarded to IVmelree church, making the sanctuary
Hochheim, assistant pastor. this stage it would not be wise i ( t Brothers of Orlando larger and providing for the
Sacred Heart Church Pinel.I. for us to invite non-Catholics These builders are veil Blessed! Sacrament ch.pt'loll

las Park; Father Richard J. to any religious activities. unless (he side.The .

Bowles assistant pastor, Assumption It is possible for us to re altar, designed to Incorporate .
Church Jacksonville ciprocate by going to theirs.From Prays forGovernor the changes{ In the
: and Father John P.O'FI.herty time to time. the diocesan liturgy ordained by the Second >

assistant pastor, Christian Unity apostolate [ Central Council I of the
St. Cecelia Church, Clear will Issue directives to .aa Vatican will be a ..Imrl.mf'nlli. .

ater. the Priests and people con. Interior of Cathedral for The ornamental back
The apostolate Priests, at reciting ecumenism prepared anniversary year of Florida ground, called the reredos.

their Father meeting Malone in Gainesvillewith presiding ] George W Stickle of Clevelandand Cathedral In the Oldest City has sanctuary will be larger. The altar will he back of It some !11

discussed how to implement St Augustine: the architect rendered this drawing! It rcprearnta will be a simple mcnna and( the T.\I.lM\II\SS tt-GO\'frnor: : feet finished emated In In burnished carved' .wood gold

the decree on ecumen. commissioned for the monumental the way the sanctuary area rcrrdoa will be some 12 fret \behind lUvdon !Iturni, former Mayor and RoM<<'n grills At the hot.

ism. Pope Paul VI proclaimedthe tank of restoring the interior of the 'iIIlook when completed The new It.N..N.MN..N..NI.NNNNNNNNNNNIN.NN.NNN. cf Ja< ksonvllle, wai inaugurated torn of the rrredos. deep red
decree at the close of the dew, ----- --- -- si .')orhla'. Governoron African marble will be used

last session of the council ia ,ilt .. 4s . . . . N, Tuesday of this week The making<< a beautiful" contract
Vatican City in of miiMay ceremony at I the capItol with the white altar in front
Progress Opening
Obvious zealous Interestwas here Inl'ludrd a hrnedio of It.

displayed in unity objectives .1.1 Diocese of St. Augustine ton given! by Monsignor ".t. The entire sanctuary will!

outlined at the meeting heldsatisfactory rick K:. Nolan P I)., tran of be richly decorated In red,
in Gainesville by the Priestsnewly liturgy St Augustine, Florida Council setforSept.14 the St. Augustine( deaneryand black and! gold Side and rear
appointed to the diocesan pastor of St. Paul ChurchIn
Fr. M.Iott. Fr. spenl'l\. walls will tilt paneled In deep,
apostolatt. January 5, 10{\
It was soled that Catholic The tent of Monsignor Nolan rear will go to the ceiling
Dear Reverend Father: "s prayer follows
lay people Is feaeral are em \ ,feature of renovation will
the very best .f terms with rU\KSMUK: : father I recommend that this year you celrbrate with Our heavenly rather, till) be Installation of a system
-'athelkl In the professions. James K Gloekler last week. "f. \.VTIC\N ('ITM( )- years ago this land of now..r. (for
Christian providing healing
some solemnity the Octave of the Unity .. Honda, discoveredand proper
and the. Im trades.business la crafts conducted a meeting of the which runs from January 18th to 25th. Pope r.ul1 has decided dedicated was to the honor In the winter and sitr-eoDdl

Priests on the Diocesan Liturgical that the fourth and final and glory of 1'hy sacred! (Inning la other seasons

Catholics generally cooperate Commission" Presiding In Chi way, you will begin' to carry out the RMMkin, of the ecumenical Name. Nombie, le Pos.| With It H estimated that the
eirellentty with! their was Archbishop Joseph P. mind of the Church ss farfimed) tn the DretetmKrumcnism 49 other stairs It farmed one, work will be completed during
fellow citizens in political and Hurley who expressed his of the Second General Council of the reuntil will start on Sept( nation under(lode the"'rttI1C' the coming months In time

social responsibilities satisfaction at the progress Vatican. twntxr 14, 1MO. eat, moat powerful and rkh for a deification! ceremony li
It was thought that I closer Fr. Uneekan" Fr Season being mad In the Diocese 1 Potts) Paul mole his drt'!1. est t nation In the world conjunction with the 4Mtli
relationship might be developed since the (' S. implements This octave will give you a good opportunity sinn known on January 4 at \\, thank Tine. for the anniversary of it Augustine
among Priests and lion of the Constitution on the ta "Instruct your f.,.*.t4e. on the nature and contentof many blessings' Th,,4i hid
clergymen of other churches the Decree that each of them take an attdMmre with Amlrto Car
Liturgy SOT one may showered on our land and on
distal Ctcaajnaail, papal( secretary
Priests In general it was his part In the important. apottolete of uniting our Iasgsle.On( Pontiff asks
stated, hail had a great respect Priests gate their opinions of state The \itkan an-
for ministers of other on the way the changes are all Chruitiana in one FW-l fawned It Die nest t day The this solemn occasion,
'.. ......d l we pray (particularly for our for
denominations being carried out In their In due time, I shall send' you a MMnmtry of the ).>e again e | that prayers
Perhaps because Catholics areas Members of the Commission the fourth will be the last newly I elated Governor and
Conettiar' Decree prepared Vtoar (fletwr,
by ow
for all ehnted and
passed resolutions to council seasfcm !
have "been so few in the South flood victims
Monsignor John MeNulty. irfflclals who will assist' him
they nave been reticent In forwarded from the Diocese The ret' frtjy com-MH
to the National Uturgl- third s...a*..n of the council In the government& of &thisgreat '
promoting social and ether May God bleaa you sburwJ/wUy dwrtaf the New State, \ .\TIfin CNC) -
relationships.It cal Commission with headquarters began on Sef-tfm' r 14, 1M4,
Yesr J'ol"| Paul has called for
f1. G..J.wao f1. Heekk.lea: In Wsshingtnn. 0 C. a.dif..d! November 21 I,, Grant; him wisdom and "son confident and .
was determined list rather Bernard T Olttmlfl.If Christ, strength/ justice and charity, persevering"
Devotedly yours In I. than a week before prayers for victims of
Priests mad people !I. the IH-\ < of the diocesan M that under the guMarvtaand
the Ityw tition, the council the United' State
\ fltHMls
w,** .f St. Aegatllite be et>- Commission will send the J<-ph I'. IlureyArehblah dim-live bodies had light of Thy Holy Spirit on
s Meat Coast and those who are
r*.rcie met for (the first time mime elsewhere from
suffering natural
birch Octane ip and prosperity for all our
Laity the third .. .'n.. end to dti.
The Commission held its diocesan sst disasters and wars,
Biahp of St. Augustine 'people' and security from all
(Prayers for Christian unity CUM the irdrr In which. the .
in Gainesvilleon
enemies, d me'4ic: anti) foreign Ma sent nf
fourth sesatnn. will deal wKh sympathy
win be offered January 11 December 21
'" "" " "" '" "'" "" nn"" "",''''''" '" May his every adltm U toe ,Vrthhl.h.ps
Hems 1<<1tift\ the agendaAll .
:5. The annual Chair of Unity
and" decision as Oovermir tilt (here.
Octave originated in this but lo of the Hems In srmriUme with Thy holy

country sponsored by a Catholic have already been debatedby will so that he and |1M |Iwo. In a talk lat week In a
religious order council Fathers The subjects pie he serves may merit Thy crowd that gathered" In the

It is anticipated by the" apost latt's Priests are the arhemas and fin the Governor and the I...* Paul spoke of !the nut"X.

pro| MiUi>M on divine revels people of HofMa. we Invoke which comas from various
For lion the lay .....01&1.. the Thy divine Messtag. UM blessIng parts of tM world! I'' .-at
new yearHoly tt pastoral duties' of lliahof, of ltd Almighty the I.s. floods In Mia and Amr a

Itrliflous{ seminaries, (hris- tier. the Son, awl the IHy which have claimed, so manyI'111TItF
tan" edurailnn the( thunh In Anven bark pap
Father wishes the modem,, world' and the _
ptierily, life arvl ,nitaiitry. ..." ,"'u",,,,........"' .."n uuuuU'hUUU.

peace to the world ..(unrll ihete al Fathers iKe f fourth will sriiiunafter tale( Diocese of St. Augustine

they kate hrea retledky ,

VATICAN OH (.NC) -- Pair| Paul greeted' the rmmluln' In Ike light St. Augustine, Florid
Pjwnana and the new year with fervent wtahes for peace .f Ike. rrnmm..nd.ll! mad
in the world. urlasj |h. earlier' drbdet. January 3, 19413
ran make tt better and
Appearing hi a window of bapyy .. The schema on the mi*. Dear Reverend father:

his apartment hfh abne St "Peare. always. so trafBe s,",.. wa< retstrnwl te tern-'
Peter square where tens of and csmSMsaml alma! sunder 1@ Yl r ," us- Far eaapM4t reel.snd' January 'U UNI. Month of our Dinreaan D*.

thousands wasted for hM astauM and threat always '' nng the. third' scaetoei. TIM vtofe.*t Cbflactloei TV dale tide year win b*

so desirable and necessary ri ..ay af.M U iMMM. *t Ont ....,. January. 11th. Plsa. asuvwor this cot!
words, the r.rsaid ,
t rthrmsAnt siisslmTw .
le don to ywsf J1t'OIIIe Of! the pretadit Sunday
"Me shots to give yes ..atgmd steana-.tt. wishes foe new year P.s* Pail. said his. .I.|MSf r>.isllssii. wUfc. nos .,.,1.. Ow iTsawU ail people. are well aequalnte I
.r peace (. e.srlalty"where ..n rsllsjtssis. Iel of this .1) eoibctkm -- It
to yw who are here and to eo religtawsI with UM pmryw SIMMS
still beetbreseek
the w he are dear .ta W All the. We l.dsy af hrwihert, I,').r1y ha>. art txwn. tftaM4 ft.itlu IM to ....* thssrrjr. plane for th* future
.ky 'he rasarll Thfathert hems
eY tie Chsjrch in Hortda, aad to keep owe
are dear us tfce irJiabttaals wWre stttl Mat bison a>l4It 1'f
.hewevee. hove mer' abr water to the MM**!.** stnaggJe" with the
of UM nIT and the a* ftowtog where I*** Still Wale dotHre4eM <*e
Ikiak tkal efpmile.. teageaare ve WIt which. la the inevitable rofitpMshm nf our
haMaitU el U* whet! U world : in prmosji TWasHsanl s*.e..-
aid war are .la.irvsnewls rafrtd. growth It would help las reach im very
the ftitMwl *f er Ca'JMbc! d'try nsM cwt M pt. MIl W
Chorea the Carwbaae Milltartied of arwer sad W p.sre. '<* iMnt aaasassj a sate ky MtmrUnt gods llI the Dineeamn f>wve ofie.,..*"nt Col.

Pap Pawl rented the rr:J. "4 cetsacsl fathers I enwiMtker leetaass thks year were asjpMrte by Prtwts and
,... ..*. mid the
with live er aet It a. M with .tfs. rdaiary geoefowtysrf .
aft W the earth be .... day Aagetas rrr.nijstaadMg eafl people "
men M the bright January po nnric4e ties ....... freed -
to Dm aU wt ee ew pastoral swv The a small f geee ) ; ,m statsssssssl.At Slay list eh sk<.. .klarw .sa CM decent
care there afl as ese :4
Iswe ia abate aa the distant tfcw all el MM Beard ,em ,. and ... yew pe.rMhloswra dating the
oar ...... lid band could te ..*.. to I'M .lido. .sad r..,.
Psml said ke wished
p pe sera nakiag the sign of UwTMS tile taussMulirn. on tile
let the work: ( whie his wale boomed Cathedral of St. IrtutIJ asst d.. diInM o0 Dpvotadfy yeses In Christ,

-"The prosperity nicer the apoitefce blessing' our Augustine Moon WUta ..... Joseph I'. IlurleyAesliwnMep .
sari far" *t' We. awl sis med- the InudtpeakerAt Al lfc. third ssastssi .S) paved i .>
The quadrVratennial eaten. ..
w r .ft"
Iwiag itW ed a* the Me.s<.g the nwetslMiMsi. ass ... rkwr' .
"Thoughts aid ret lu- awl to etwt..1 dip creed.Ibe pUn f ir 1!<5 have t gan ia'h'. ks |-f, X'4'1'' r'.' pasture red the .Mer.n" o ctuswi Igmhtp at A.g..tine
t/.raf, ..* t.1 I I the interior bf thus from tar A'jl"'oM'. (
Uoas of ft******. pstiro4.oaesty Ihpe llae It.ppy ?saw ptc- i.e and tie ra.lers

Uwrt), twswrw.. .lIda \"ul"! Catbnl/sJ of St Augustine ,*""h p"aaa t tmm .keg. NNNNNNNN.N. .NNN.NNNN -............-.....N1


Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 8, 1963I

Honda Reports I r- DCCW corner J jHAPPY jt I

St. Petersburg ST. JOSEPH Notre Dame AcademyNotre NEW YEAR! This -

Bishop Barry On Saturday, January 16, Dame Academy, 6533 greeting which :
The Mother Guild of Bub- the Catholic Daughters of Ninth Avenue North, will was repeated many times Mrl. James
op Barry High Guild wish to America Court St. Ann 164S have a silver reception on '' during the holiday season e Lacher
announce an "Ice cream so- will sponsor a day of recollection January 10 from 3 to 5 p.m. ;add always extended sincerely

clal" which will be held on at St Joseph Church, At that time the entire new To paraphrase the poet: The DCO'

January 17, Sunday after Lakeview Avenue and 21st wing will be opened for inspection M world is so full of such won.

noon, from 2 to S p.m. In the Street South, St Petersburg This new addition derful things, I am sure we I president
high school cafeteria. Father Eugene T. BanninS includes an assembly room, should all be as happy ai .

Refreshment will be served .J. will conduct the spiritual language laboratory, business 5 Aq kings. We can be, too, if we .

and the main highlight of the program. department, band room and Just take time now and then
afternoon will be a white elephant This Is an Invitation for eight new classrooms The 4s fully to appreciate the beautyof person Is a happy person and
table and entertainmentby Catholic and non-Catholic persons Auxiliary will act as host. the world around us and to in our organization then is

an all accordian band. A sponsors say Services eases seek out and find the good. always so much work to be
will that is in our fellow man. done that we have no time for
solo will be played by Kathryn begin at t a m Mass and Transfiguration ness
is that elusive despondency, lethargy or
close at 2:30: with Benedictionof True happiness self
Zeoli of St. Jude School.St. The Women's Guild of
the that cannot be pity
Most Blessed Sacra something
Church will
Raphael ment. Transfiguration bought but it can be given to If you would like to becomeone
hold a dessert card party on
A day of recollection will others, but In order to receiveit of the "lively ones" I
January 23 at 12:30: in
be held on January 12 for St. p.m we must earn the right to recommend that you volunteer .
the parish social hall. 1 1M
Raphael parish. There will bea possess It. your services to one of

conference, followed by .r CDA Council the youth groups in your par-
Man at 11:30: Benediction of Catholic Daughters of We in the Diocesan should be ish. There is nothing that will

the Most Blessed Sacrament America Court Sancta Maria of Catholic Women the structure lift your spirits and cure the
and another conference. 952 will hold a dessert card my pleased that is doldrums so much as a large

Speaker for the day will be party on January 23 from 1 to m ." of our organization dose of pure, unadulterated,
Father Philip A. Bardeck. 4 p.m at the CDA hall 263 such that every Catholic worn- exuberant youth Our young

An art exhibit, demonstra 6th Avenue South Donationis Officers of Tallahassee Guild an has an opportunity to be people of today are truly wonderful -

Von and lecture will be presented one dollar. For further In. happy. and are deserving of

by the Holy Name Society formation Mrs. Kathryn Blessed Sacrament pariah recentlyheld Mrs. Hunt Wester Mrs. Frank Goni, Sad are the people who feel all the time and attention that
and the Women's Guild. Wynne, chairman, may be that no longer needed we can give them.
its election of officers for the Father Madden, Mrs Joseph O'Neil they are
It will be held at the Sunset contacted at 821.7063 or the
Country Club, 600 Snell Isle cochairmen, Mrs Sue Women's Guild. Father Patrick M. Mrs Jack Bond, Mrs George Wood; or that life has passed You can offer to chaperons
them by and their existence is dance, or bake the
Madden congratulated these women on seated Mrs. George Hadd Mri. John cookie
Boulevard, on January 28 ate O'Mara at 892.7063 and Mrs Not

p.m. i May Moynihan at 3457101. their new posts: from the left, standing Hosford, Mrs. Robert Register, vice. not so, In important the St. Augustine to anyone.DCCW to for and a party from or meetings.If transport. them

The two groups are presenthig GulfportHoly Mrs John Gallagher, Mrs. Leslie president, and Mrs. Jon Koelemij. where the "help wanted" signis have
a painting demonstrationby HadJ, Mrs. Don Ennessey, president always out and every task you no small chil.
Freddy Peterson. Mr Peterson dren of your own, a busy
It well known for his The Women's Club of Holy is an important one. A busy mother witn several will ap

realistic style New Englandand Name parish will sponsor a students Jacksonville predate your taking over a
Florida landscapes. He chicken lasagna dinner in the few of her tlme-consuming

operates a summer studio ..tLynnfield social hall 5824 14th Avenue CULLMW: Alabam. -Fa. AssumptionAt Church World tasks and you will be richer

Massachusetts and To speak Jan. 10 South, Gulfport, on January ther Jerome Diffley 0.S.B., the January meeting of for having done them.

another at Zephyrhllls during 17 from 4 to 7 p.m, Please dean of studies at St Bernard the Assumption Parish Guild, .No matter what

the winter months. Tickets Father Dennis B. McCarthy make reservations with chair. College here has announcedthe each circle donated a baby's Bishops named Refugees helpedMIAMI can stay your in bars age,
you young
may be procured by telephoning 0 P, nation*! director of the man, Mrs Fred Ranieri at dean'a list for the first layette for Catholic Charities and find
Harold J. or HelenV Holy Name Societies; will ed- 342-6142 quarter of the academic Bureau VATICAN CITY (sr-) (NC-Catholic) Relief happiness In the work

Mostyn at 8940748Subscribe dress Christ the King parish Society The Women's Club Is preparing school year. Those makingthe Mrs Edward Klie moderated Monsignor Michael Toy'Ian, Services -National Catholic j OU do for young people

In Tempt. Invitations have now for a dessert card list from the Diocese of a discussion 57, has been appointed bishop Welfare Conference has Another committee that
,, panel on wm
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kn ...."c1.d to tN societies party on Wednesday, February St Augustine were James P. the subject "Who is my of Aberdeen. Scotland, by registered and resettled more make you pause and count

throughout the city end dtenorv 24 at 7 p.m. in the social Hill, 2818 Gulf Gate Sara Neighbor" Describing various Pope Paul1.. replacing than twice as many Cuban your blessings is the one in

II' \\ \\,\\,\\\\\\\nowM and e 'Urge turnout I Is expected hall Donation is 75 cents Iota; and Thomas J Mc. volunteer services were: Bishop Francis Walsh W.F., refugees as all other agencies! your parish that makes rtl-

.t the Communion breakfast Reservations are necessary; Griff, 4710 14th Street West, Mrs Joseph A Morrow Mrs. who was removed last year, combined, according to gov. ular visits to shut-ins. We

St. following the 7:45 Man. please call 344-5494. Bradenton. Raymond Buerkle, Mrs John The Bishop.elect, a Glasgow ernment figures have all heard of the min

Petersburg Kearney Mrs. William I man was ordained for A report by the Cuban refugee who complained that he had

Christmas spirit continues for Browning, Mrs. John Dux the Dunkeld diocese in 1931 center, a department of no shoes until he met I mm

and Mrs Patquale Bianco. after completing studies in health, education, and welfare who had no feet: a cheerful

Mrs Paris He has been servingas agency here, said that visit to someone who
Stephen Argalas and cannot
men of action Holy Father says Mrs Joseph Angelicrl are cochairmen vicar general- of the Dun since January, 1961, 118171 get out to visit will soon make
keld diocese refugees registered with
one's .
of a dance to be own problems seem Insignificant
VATICAN CITY (NC-The Church must not only preserving and renewing It given by the Guild on January Another new Bishop appointed CRS-NCWC and M290 had by comparison

remember Christmas throughout the year but must ac.tuallze In fact It projects it even into 23 at the K of C hall, 1501 for Scotland Is Monsignor been States resettled Catholic by the United There are so many says

it in the hearts of the faithful, Pope Paul VI declared the future not only ensuring llendrlcks Avenue Mrs JohnJ Francis Thomson, 47, For other relief agency. that we can give happiness to
rector of the agencies, the
at his recent weekly its celebration In the ensuing Priapi and Mrs Joseph A. country's na totals others and thereby reap an
general audience history which Is experiencingthe years, but announcing also Its Morrow are in charge of tional minor seminary at were 5 ,773 refugees abundance for ourselves that
salvation of Christ tickets Blairs who has ben named registered and 34,799 resettled the
teaches and fulfillment In a final scene new year of 196 should
"It that the advent .
us Bishop of Mother**11. An
in the ultimate be
reality The a truly happy ont for all
Pope addressed
of Christ is threefold: in a special
when Christ will gloriously Orlando Edinburgh native, he received OrdinationsGWELO the members
of St
the historical reality! of theGospel greeting to a group of mathematics degrees at Cambridge Augustine
in the spiritual real. return"to dominate the eternal teachers and students from st. JarnrA and the University of Rhodesia (.NC>)> Diocesan Council of Catholu
he said
ity of souls who live in a ages, the recently dedicated seminary A day of recollection will be Edinburgh before he enteredthe The diocese of Cwelo ordained Women.
Pope Paul said Christmas"is ( of Our Lady of Guadj. sponsored by the St James seminary its first three African Priests As alwaysSis

0F DANIEL T. WINTER 1 CO. the commemoration of lupe In Verona, where missionaries Catholic Women's Club on An auxiliary Bishop has before an outdoor crowd of Lathes

Heipital School Bonds the God coming of the Word of are trained for Monday January 11, at St been appointed for the Birmingham. 25fW early in December.
in the world
preciselyof Latin America. James Church. Father Larson England, diocese There are 23 native Priests in
CALL 898-1111 40J Florida Theatre lldg. His Incarnation. But it is J. Elliot S.J., rector of Jesuit lie is Monsignor Joseph Francis all of Rhodesia St. Petersburg
not only a remembrance "ton hive stretched out
St. P.t..burgPhono
Oil Heel H.adauarf.r.le the longing of your location High School in Tampa, will Geary. 52, a native of
,Automatic Delivery 1420381S "II Is a reflection of that toward the wide, horizons of open the service at tam. Father Dublin who has been a pastor ALPINE

Prempt d.pmdah.l light In the mirror of bellevIng immense regions where the Elliot will be availablefor Wolxerhampton since 1951. ,
.awvk souls Christmas reflects harvest Is confession and consultation He ill new Nursing; Home Edouard C. Cn'gCefttrectef

and repeats Itself In the but Hhrrr unfortunately already dawning the following periods of instruction Health good | for the fneit; in Nursing; and Dutributwfer
hearts of the faithful. and meditation at 9 Hem. Cere
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and 10 a m. A and U7-6S7J
"This mt Is still felt," Pope Paul question The personal physician of
is what the
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answer period at 11 a m. will Are, South "
does: it remembers and ac.tualize. said. Pope P.ul1 said that the
precede the closing with Massat and Monte Tilts
.. It recalls a great "Our heart Is close to 11 30 a m. Bombay trip had no ill effectson tlM4fh'" St. Se. 347-4101
/ : historical event of the past the health of his distinguished N A CAR
$ rust aStN2E and carries it to hearts It yours," he said, because It Is hoped that all women patient

$1. spiritualizes It and makes it you have chosen the most of the parish will take advantage One of the members of the

tit universal It bring the crib arduous and generous 'por. of this scheduled mornIng papal party throughout the 10ultAStAR Holy Name Church
.. "' Street, Nertk .
ao to the souls of its sons, thus tion of your Inheritance and of prayer meditationsand Journey Dr Mario Fontant IROM
your cup' ti's. 13. 5)) the sacraments observed that his nati.nf JACKSON'SSHOES

Eustisst. "seems fragile, but has'strorg" REN1AlllISIN6
Fee Cethelie Of Plneft! County Mary IjiJr constitution." BEl
The secret: of his
health. Dr
Calvary Cemetery Mary The parish Altar is Society sponsoring of St.a Fontant said Is that Pope I 2 g 3 TutllAStS DON BARDELLA
'eats little, drinks .
extremely 1.then. .
rummage sale on February ManagerMl .
Endowed c.r.1. little wine
t and 8, at 19 Magnolia Please not smoke." and does DON ai sau0112.3673
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picked up or bring goods to Stamp sold out
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in India Indian stamp commemorative depleting the bust pottage 4V2

VATICAN CITY (SC- r j w of St. Thomas the Apostle at %
lee lilUrd ) 1a, C1 7 Ortona In Italy, where relics
Pope Paul M
President receiving new
of St Thomas
Priests from Rome's missionary 4 are enshrined an
sold out so rapidly at Eucharistic ON NEW
seminary of the Congregation .a +r + .i Congress
of the Propagationof headquartersthat
a re-orders could CAR LOANS
not keep
a the Faith and from seminaries
pace with demand.! "
Oet f soy. of various missionary
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sun a. .u aua. ware..t14511 bility he had encountered In too TI
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picturing a Christian
his pilgrimage to Bombay, .EATU wEST ST. F.D.l.C.'I
India. super dish Is "eggs supreme. made with one of the new The stamp la also be : (

Among those present was ." and a perfect frozen vegetables with ing interpreted as an ac.knowledgemeat .

'd 1wlat the speaker of the house of choice for brunch or lunch.EnU.h cream sauce make up this fcy the Republic .
/ 510, al the new African nation of Tan- muffins, thin slicesof delightful version of eggs that of India that the legend
Doubting Thomas
tania Chief Adam Sapl Mkwav cooked ham benedict plant.
poached Ereryona
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Firm resolutions renewableBy Sharing our treasure

.Mary Tinley Daly The hubbub of many persons tag during the "enthusiastic" .' Kindness shown at mission' I

to the a great many of them epoch grim reminders of bow .
SOIe "pneumonia January weath. little persons I is welcome and carried away we had been in ; ? wins Buddhist for Christ .

we love it but in its own way, the immediate past. ,
er. according: to the old silence is goWen" too.
folks. As as added touch of realIsm r ?Mk KINDNESS is the language

The turkey has gone throughits come the endearing lit understands ..
Holiday decoration, growing '. various roles' its entrances tie forms from the Internal .tIfIv It w ins human hearts, ,

more dried and droopy and its exit' clear down to Revenue Service which we opens the eyes of the mind to v' ''

with each passing day ha'efinally soup-and if we dont hale have until April 15 to play the truth and moves the will Father -A
been removed: the turkey' again until Easter around with. to embrace It. Without kindness J.... A. )
that s all right too. For
tree untrimmed its baubles the plain fare of beef stew Spurred on by this and by )-./ gument, sympathy will win.nd'lo\t.few, if any ar., '"

wrapped for storage until meat loaf pot roast are appetizing the general mood during the 1 1P ... converts.If .
Christmas, 1965. the tree It. with gelatin dessertsor cold clear subdued and k f t

self pitched waiting for the fruit replacing the fancy rather restfully dull days of r \ you want to win a friend

trash man. and fattening fruit cake, plum January we find ourselves : for fbrillt. go out of jour way As the
en hospitals
pudding and rich cookies. turning new leaves like a calendar r to render' some kindness ta were
It'i good to go freewheeling crowded I had to be cared
with the vacuum cleaner The gay. greeting cards with in windstorm: 19b5 ; P t* *v etlR:m bliss for at home Seeing my grave

again, getting up all the pine their cheery messages of will see a mending of theways. iYf H.OV- !_' The efficacy of kindness In condition, father asked if
Yes sir! So tried .
needles the tinsel the bits of goodwill delivered by the we d r *J inning souls It Illustrated In there was anything II'anted..
mending them before! Wha1'lthat IL ii >
postman each morning have
broken glass from spilled or the conversion of Thomas W.
got to do with It! tU Jar the kindness of
naments the cookie crumbs stopped like a turned-off """, ) Takahashi of Los Angeles Recalling
spigot Mail these January We are going to say the < : the Sinters and Fathers at
scraps of candy canes. now i Maryknoir missionaryIn
days contains open.faced envelopes rosary every single night no i __ ]\"' Ise-shl, Mie-ke'n, Japan Father school, and the love of Jesus,
The house settles down It white and businesslike matter how sleepy we grow ,, j Takaha relates his I said "I want lo become' a

Its winter routine, with a *ll- Inside each is a blow. Better still we're going to -k .._ .. .\,. ; life story thu>: Catholic and receive' Jesus U

ace you cai almost hear by-blow account of our spend- turn off{ the TV early enoughso Holy Communion."
we won't be too sleepy. My family was Jodu ShinshuRuddhisl

We're also going to set the Christmas visit to Puerto Rico and 1 tent to a Dud- Father consented and a

living room to rights at night dhlst temple every Sunday. I phone call to the Mary knoll'

Liturgy secretariate set and set the table for break. Francis Cardinal Sllman| of New the armed forces overseas, highlightedthis became acquainted with the .mission brought Father Frederick .

York inspecta an honor guard here as year by his offering Midnight Mass Mar,'knoll Fathers and Sla Fitzgerald on the double

fast.The attic dOt'sn"kno... it tern In Los:'n 'tJtI) whore| quick lie baptized me. gave
made his fourteenth
) the Cardinal consecutive at Guantanamo Naval Station, Cuba.
to serve U.. S. Bishops certainly doesn't show it, Christmas visit to members of they had taktn over the mission me my first Holy Communion
but it is In for a cleaning of started by Ether Breton under the form of the 11011'Iaticum
--- ------- -
WASHINGTON (NC) Father Frederick R. Me- its life And we's not going to -- -- He had been a rolMlonary In \ and anointed me.

Manus president of the national) Liturgical Conference, hoard a lot of stuff just out of In Puerto RicoBishop Japan and bad brought: over The 10of Jesus warmedmy

has been named director of the new secretariate of the sentimentality too much, seven Japanese girls to help heart and helped speed
him In his work
: U. S. bishops' Commission\ anyway my recoveryon by the
I "':'o >(: Marketing mores are in fora Oliver of Ponce enthroned 1 went to the school conducted kindness of the Sisters tny

I r on the Liturgical Apostolatt. change, a drastic change by the Mar)knoU Sis. sister also became a Catholic.

I ( -; No more wandering the aislesof ters and learned from them After the death of my mother,
PONCE, Puerto Rlco'CFrancis( ) Cardinal Spell ere Bishop I Lopes
Father the supermarket, pickingup tuaryI the truths of the Christian religion. father made a careful studyof
Archbishop John F Dear. frf'Cl.rkk R. this and that just because man of New York officiated at the consecration of Bishop Bishop. Edward: J, Harper the Faith and embraced it.

I den of Detroit, chairman of it's new or looks good or "\II Fremiot Torres Oliver of Ponce in St Mary, Queen church C,SS,H? prelate nulllus of the lit married, and his wife also

I the commission and announcedthe aald the 4 McManuscouncil's haven't had that for a longtime of the Catholic University of Puerto Rico here. Immed. Mrgln Islands and Bishop lured My by young the heart winsome was figure rap entered the Church Father .
secretariat will open early in ." No Economical, sensible lately following; the consecration ceremony, Cardinal Thomas P. Hellly, CSSR. .f ('hrist. worked at Doystown Nebraska .
housekeeping will start enthroned so he could help defraymy
January In the headquartershere Spellman Binhop op Alfred F Mendel CSC prelate nullius of San Juan
with a list of necessities and Torres Oliver, I was touched by His kind. expenses at the Mary
of the National Catholic of Arecibo Monlljlnor'Ictor
dp! la Dominican
items needed for meals I ness In cleansing the lepers' knoll seminary
I Welfare Conference, constitution on the The co-consecrators were Natarlo, former vicar general ,
planned one whole week In healing the sick restoring Since the time of my con
Archbishop designate Luis I the
preached sermon
The liturgical secretariatewas advance No last minute sight to the blind and forgiving I had
version wanted to serve
Bishop Torres' Oliver the
of San Juan and Bish- in ,
Among the
Aponte prelates sanerO -
established by the Bishops The secretariate' will ah* change of menus mind )'ou. the penitent sinner. Christ as a Maryknoll mis

I last November during handle official, Inquiries !. the To the satisfaction of our -- -------.- second Puerto Ftlcar to be Kspcilally: appealing was slonary and bring Ills truthsto

, their annual meeting, which commission from Bishops and creditors every bill will be ktLT. ,Tor ... List S.rwe come spiritual hud of s See His. action In permitting little the people of Japan.

was held in Rome dlocesaa liturgical bodies and paid the day It Is received, Le g Ion uev.env.Yrilw'*", <*, mnnrIk' *..ihikir,""' ,.Mikl*. .fins* *r,. In this Island Is the fourth children to flock about Him

will serve as a llaltos between And, we hope to the satinfac llik4 In Ik. hint. 'l.... ofrates native lo be elevsted to th.hl..ral1'h1' out day when He was seekinga They art hungry for Ills

It will t* the provide BUhops at'ntea and! mill directly the remmlmlon and lion of our friends and relatives new movies ---TIL: ;;.,. ,, ,..., few moments of rest The life converted light<< ,and they love become aril chic do

various rKanliatloni<< esteemed we are going to answer disciples wanted to !keep them
not engage<< is! promotional er letters Morally imobioctiOfiablt. for ...o,1 P.trO"1oA The Cardinal met briefly out Catholics. .
with liturgies! renew promptly. Really. away but Jesus said 11 the
educations! activities as does with retiring (:ov, Luis Munoz
the Liturgical Conference' al.The. On the "think" side, we're .a.,..,,ix.,..>."Ilia.f1et Tan Nm ILwMI n.y. NI,.KIiit UU P.r MI.l.If HNta Ih* rir t*. Marln and tiovernorelect: Ko little children 1e. and do not Through the help ol' my fa.

which ls separate and distinct Bishops' Commissionon going lo do mere' serious rrad- c...._ his C.I.! .iM p.I.1O.MM lUMMt Tb.IIM4X berto Sanhn'il.lla, hinder them from, coming to (th..r. the generosity and kind,
/riw CrwtI'SN. QMru4laloM tor Ik. r-Ml>l. me, for of such la the kingdom ness of the Maryknoll .Fathers
from U.Father. the Liturgical Apontolate In" AWgIa SHU* Hl4' TIM WIM SNwlH The Cardinal was met at
ices.IL.rd.rs. aIIIItM ..l* kiiw COBl of hesven" tMt 19,1 141.) and the grace of God I was,
set the U S. hierarchy the In San Juan I
McManus, from was up by The Head of the house ...M.,. ..... ...... < .... tlM airport by Tenderly He placed Ills hands ordained to the holy TrltsU
Boston Is in le51. dnesnt know this n.tw.r. A4V 555. *.*.. M,.. Archbishop Aponlt and Aui their heads and blessed
a professor of canon but we're w''I''j upon hood In June 19.V3 A ftw'
a..5. T5. tat wi IM 5.wt..s
Dr IA. illary Bishop Juan de VIol
law at the Catholic I'niversity Father McManus was educated going to become truly precision ,.... C... J.s.Ti' I 1.1.1, sa. "It ...... w-ws | them showing how much lit weeks later" I was sailing for
of America. He was presidentof at Holy Cross CollegeIn .parking conscious No ............. MaiflM, Tk* I [apes| of San Juan. loved them. Japan, Pray that I bring
Worcester. St. John's Seminary Cart U..* ....mH ....... PweMCarp = felh H..IM I I Cardinal Spellman appeared
the Liturgical Conference longer will hear 'Jam My heart went out to Him Ills and lovt
we .>t. Tk* P.ppiueCesse ...... .11...... light to many of
from 1959 and was reelected ( In Brighton and the ming the curb Is going to ruin ...> .T *M4wimil 'I'IIW Iff 0555454flosses' I on a balcony at City Hall and and I too craved to have Him my (people. .
to that the Catholic university He wasordained back / .*4 Ik* ....1..,.,.... in a brief talk, praised the place Ills hand and j
post at group'smeeting that tire The end I.a Is upon pit
.... ..
S.VNW. a.tMSpAM.5M. ".. and work of Puerto ....'" ",n" ,." ".".
in tit Louis earlier in 1947He foot and a half out," or r*. w tk. is ... alt r..4.wi .......... progress bless mt My young schoolmates / .
this year served on the Boston Why certainly you can park ....... r...., wrists. A_ ..... Itltans now residing In ]New were receiving JesusIn
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ra.nye. .- 5)5545505I'.nSle ork. Subscribe
la view of his new duties at archdtocesan tribunal and the In that space You could parka .. alS Nsea M- a.. PeetMr ..,....... Holy Communion, and I
faculty of St John's Seminary truck In It" r.IM. (a- law lilt. V.Mf r tl ik* >*_. The Cardinal embarked on wished that I could share their
director of the liturgical sea before J joining the CatholicU'nhenny : ..... Nwt*, Tw. Mr .... S. ..... VfUft U> the SM a three-day tour of Air "rorce. joy and gladness.Thtrt '
Were even gang to learn to
retaliate, he said he would resign pistil .,....- ...... IkI I'nltMXWkM Now
as Liturgical Conference faculty In Ittt park on the left hand side of "" a. Y 1M ".., "is..H rut H Ml Ik* ClmkWIM Army and Navy installations was an epidemic of

He U editor of the Jurist the street! rose tat mAny ... tk. In Puerto Kiro. pneumonia and I was. strick __"u" """""' ''''
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CommentThe of Child by Magi Jesus absent is not Jesus lost

r'mw twits du eat mass a
LIT .has a .... as-d sffa.w ft Get

picture of a man foils Herod's plan to kill Vat.. sis fktybe (tjar-UW Tht tort It that mr tit:

iii JIII'IIII&'!! shale WIIM at it* fiery toa.. n t mod

Baal! tent ft* Xxp off oar raaettaa.tataJt .. alarm oa' J afire '..rit.rIOua. wtIft It bat tk..

"rlfE Lire d s six tt bt rJBt4is h.tgld yroee.. s b ph lssz er t.,tvlsr SO to Batlehea. B* matt to tic >uaiw af a 'j-.)jie4 GI all eubuta e.

1 mart nys. s. p9O o t m f&w- 1rd tttad kav" felt that k* tad toadied 12 arm aid oWM vk* tor 1ft I. t tent and art case <.eLI\ V.tt2e.jietately

a1 .. asiftit Len t>m a *' !yddbealt ice aen tad loner. boa 'J di be
tt"au fit 4e *fret s trat liro.e1a4
:!r basbre.i tr" mn h a ..
sad eayttd i tiaatis ratter selfhslh.b.m bjt partakf j/,11 Weaatlac be411:;} \'a:.ca
trf aaaiam brM trprdtcr K a. tlrfalea vu lily if* mil LSDer after K ..atjji.Suct -. Jeopn\-.cI vl ema'w-a

tDd eat-bLe4 I? t erwct *y.- Yt f'D b the J.htrtf.ra."w and nt1 irsflat> ivir. ten JerutaiemTbrr / yield be ere leattaa t).:'u'lJII. our c'L..: r.a.-

trm. Xa t nrt? j ur* ef mm sit M : Ida te poe': 'ty 1:1 Ja the rtry Vt ,infl ."Tit2rI tha aut II t a* cktM wt aa 'r.. ahakmt 2U Credo <:

hpt. i emutim i u.-r.1lel demaa&Ithat esdmr+ mrsst. fteI+ >ie .. ...
i ae' a Teat Vr tie xnrrxtenar Ljbt: ; .cult se4 11m tar :: rI ?
w. }'amt RAI te2t k. euet light sra'eehtn[. child a ifiaeabi heppesi ask
:1s- pat+torsphet ere r.n'e tM amal Jems v.* cut .... ..,.. it trjicj "j tt. -* The wftksI sad pprwmTivarr
Utn ta kS azpitt
rf mu 1uek: era V>a :ems a VAK rust 'They ....W abM ccrutorf '"!Uere mud has bees! a ft*. bar*. ardia( adferrract u
tL *ur rutiot >O*kft. artar n1a. < / a psi-hcn tiM ... aid Hi tokekian h.se
tilted a eelor. nr back mi .UL .an '. ** 'ion
flit tort :!*
k a
t1 r.. although n t "'{ ra- IhrjTktf vivid piasMs 6Pa- the Tempi*, Joseph had to go *f the pratr tribvtt-

The ftyduatriat af, mat u 1 Kittcrv Lon kT'a pert+epe .e Dart U pities, peuiss.d tutrrerts.tkl0. .. YU"L b. Tfara .
rf eiBrtiM tat trtttDeet.Oar ad could JUt a ort the ekttd >** a ire Traps t Wes tT'xH
trful lot nf Burt: j+siplt.Lasx then .....)Io(! had ply MTJ t.
!sty tula u test ttre VM a tJI l"es a t ..-rW frw cur .II ttho. t sew w hi. ,sparred )tllbCt!'. Bt cs1 a ea lseaet. a& JenMafejB hi sir Of dye dulcet Tana ii Iro sras r, deem There an trey 1004 pppk -
At urn*
aufJer inpintul -
Y 01 Meech. had ,ere; iroufM has twMa Mat rvMCTlMI meets to Ik* ) vka serer
made to the Ind likraem ef Cod
texyt rf rf inn lilt all
a rdJrrr jm.-va.fta Jasaa.
is ke att d dmwe sad a'
%'ttt him and mar ceC has's Me If err Lert.t'8IIC & >
...'the egt .ik ef va pkttrea nr Te- that w VDPV all that .. fuse road cart.1 **!M but: boss snaking a door or a tern wtt Hav He H' B>* to steer ted that faith iackj

)ro.r ttnaa 121 a &fferrat! feffet. ab cL 1: nuat S* k tar&ilta 1t t tsRtlel pnslIDk tat! 1I.tbf. as'sLexkbm jilnucb' an aomt &e hbourac Rite H' sat *a<* be a* leader aianatod a e.The iw '"r bafieied br &rjptrbapt -.. vIB

:1snrvspaw reps"' r'.er '>a fee t. k rt b the in I pll' fW v Tae is am&J1 a Sarm. guts aerw Mbce af HnmuotwB truth it that by lf iI appkrrat ttaai it becavw & .

run tae Torture ef a votxrsuatd flU tk ynrtnJ ef taeueten pteit.d he glace-t. teE! htm Blv cesddkIIl M Mary sad J.arpb'Whir brow Jrtat it part- Mara M taea! a **ab-j:
the chIli.: 5, .wi pesb TW toanim kl .. Mix tet then be We fcf net Df'Ma oaMtec. :
Kick aipsr
D t.e1nI rt busses rimy o! et'ao'tes end opera.yet of HL
1'J'L""P.M HE la Jrtna IMV. IrA+ that Gw, W iMiaf The CkMIw inmefeatarr aft a1y"' s,&IIe Bt compasstoart&' !t fiif

veaitxars. A mass tu lIJ""Ie 1.11 vhnle at bar as1 rom nation af they mild, anted he The ter, '.ere la Zlag Ta>>- la lenaaef His nuawc to h tf laaajurawafr i easy haled a t.eIItDci Eel m4bt ?

Ue ieroOri te th aismf ef food a4 rrC Vat JJ it a aj aituatim rnl ef tits Mar:- be tempted 1nr ..Mrs. they .erhtpprd the trtd, rte vu M .... a nitre U* M .tsar M M"n' Or ptrfcuf jtiere a-'

u TOM u ta the serve ef God w stir ee JrU1M'r.- et' oue:1: cute af\ to L y siaa: Iwa. tarn abo* hsatenag fir tkret n hac the fe hH *at "0da after tod4aa beraWEt ID the -

tars aOnt ssttnros ut J"'b&tw usde714 JftUQ tuna eeatrrrjxt tae .teappa f ;But the Wf. (L rf 'r.Pd ft. Th Gad word lose maple day ,. tee learned Tear! JIM sad tfl pies eeC yew slat aerr eiercrr r,I

.eautaetalia prat a surd rat eat end jTylaw Treat Tttk paw child .OOM? eves that Hernfi > mess tt.a1 tbrr (n. ndu leAcner and fUrtiMC okrttiaarHt theat Hot there oantec a tome. ..... tease this funaraUr hem t

picttrt of bat u the >ril j eraonlf>ad.Tk trtita nf i..hebrt fret ct' optnnsfiBj lard tbouCbtJIfII.Jbit .ckJrWic to Gad bo flmiftt VIE Hit brtUuuc all is.reriJlSM". twaw w ****

a f>Hi uiiT t t.MM tlf enir AI v. ylear: tit !'t thM7 es- Gad .u Thor left Jf''DoI&lp meat ton tower hon de basic tasft ta1 At the Br ifijur tooV:: made e have pake. eat ad aur rttopoBhUai A .,. kanbtt af vi ) .

The' ac the ra ALet al LsJras. had Itrs ieoara a thtitsMlail0Oer. ,"usW e eacoiiBteredtnO
tImf-mn .aetint tae sera pia u cs 1. are
> aawTitgtoc
tmJwpefifcW Hup
aa.fuicutr. Ihrr hard!' nerdeJe its nt* Warped that the: Mrcaiatt u aarf tae wcraMau \ ( CMavrr a tee vttf

s..M or to Case beta atcz,
v0fc the iMMnai: tar the fire
pct r Petlhha ft "fUCkM .. 1.7 UI9 btrtn JDII1tt.1I xeeCi tee cfcasun af bx fMJoel1M lather heat rfly isGad toed b? Hi
I asCavils
PM ,,1It..I... vhrtkar Our peered of delDlr..l'
ere tw plan else 6t set God's goodness praised in psalm ....." .nit homage Jt *at high Air aUt *'I' hlb m herm tad! the .ay be a mater af drat, aai '

hotr&Jt. at to i t.mrtell They .4. This ftiplaEe is art thus a c vttt Mary rid Jeep'K

the tan ft WL .*" uul! to JM thi cut fc Edatttr Rhrt ,.i the "I.rot&I' ar> i before The CMld. a ... Nt me wy acre, a M, MraiCBhad \ Jw >.Be..C t

A t a 3S Ibis cry tlucb bad Arid bert a'atrris.l it prod that wt. are M ew' yean.Rat .
art ctlelntter. C*< ipraten ** ac! th Eurhanc rr- AM hs.. Erasg. crew the
DM nattier tt JtJ1 1ft'D1' ... toriortB way sere to M.k feat lisps ef Wataj oar
reread a Joht I: gifts I 1 e hr..rhs- I-Id.. .r hair a* rr*" k t
fit to ut RrntMit" p ;
Lava God
immb.b It a* seen,. seat W tmportaat U faith It fc-r heat aaj* tits
palm 111 tt exptcia!.vr q'- 1sfb.eJ.N "1 an th baud af lift alIt !be emptrnf out .f Jo- ,?,Ili.r ices, aMn... It III tW oar? happ" **. vttcfe ,.* raise MfUr; aad Jrtat.f .

proprau.Th !. fete father* a'* th* iKamaK seph's! eeuatias -tIeJI the 'ft. k :tIC Sturm car, from (Orat cfcttdW1. wlurt HM vcrr wnreateer :I N
th dcMin. and ther dwd.TW .
palmii spot
ai that Get hat dam tat Kit C...... 1itcfe rm drat from hrav., l>.n'e Iwo seem n this tae'sit brmgmg three af the Ddt a his c..ppL w '

pmvp n th paft burttt ft, a nurt that M HM vh cc f .Oboe tens vt that i Iyubse gob titer country .iJ1.w""a tow v aad! to p r!<- -

tort: ma a J7'IM set( ef eats mi t rtt> e -.r t.ie. I amth lbe M srgsn ,'rtnrd tie had u pvc Go fi c-.t a pftadarn h depths Bf til* divas BUM*. C.ulseds r adeak a ... idkv eel ia Hit fi

praaw and! thankKfninc, Kit IMT& bra that ku .fIU_ 1M' CI..nIllCI'' and 'd to pkanf' anyone butt but wt caa darerB al leaaten a dash C Y epl., ftar't .a....- uC t .:
011\. Cm rtb-
"Mad tM \ ttw
tmr' a anno+6 tat dust u aProca once tort hilia'ft Ifens t.at. a/tcial] tutsbilur tora *a&fcie let** alert. : meM see aM a .waled uswah Cknatt tar
jrjTT, but at oneII end mvrcitu: iI th* laHLE tab ef th* brat b* .-111 r. land b1Ik.a'.* la Taler'tae km(. !tK"C'tIU1d be oN

1ucfc the whole temp!l. hat f" tad to than* IKtor '-er and iortheN fin had 0v0iii{i built toed atttr to hide or Taw K-
Tale him S TIn abcK them sad a rr vnuid ti M if pads thr Jess seed" The '
coccretatkm Kay part vh faar fne. mart, the bd vtucfc I thaSf
tier toe ntmiful! tt tie roe..naw. mart MS T pout the Map to k IB their Temple aentrcs.Zachary .
*. it fieri !VM tor th.
I sin rrs' thankt to 1h Lirdti Ry ( a pUt: rat ft th* countrythan f. .1mCatin
ai altering
aC icy brtn 11\ ttrompacr Ute tf a.r.C.. to a bau** u a ftrrrt.MM *; appeared. Mrnt .kta Will mass media sway jury trials ? IinwK

and attemb!r af Th rarermr* hate it d.trly It it tetM3fcf to 015 alM.h alas'
ln r&m lees BMIKciat
-n- | fW (]tlWtal {
the to th* ate ituclCd tt. liHt af then Verses err .
jutx.Great IKMM
a'n C vitb. the: dead the and -iem" 1r .'11&: II C:'
Mar 1N&Mor.- CE mere trlsse-
ptaim tU. flat 1taa L rdarjtiMd ; '
th rorkt af tod th* ItraaltM durm| used C tT or tM .
ar tMLm4. Lrypitana ear and .- ourinc sass tc..s.avvf
thetr trip thrauft th* ..." rte tocVanr. n* Tr it Joseph not sae.tmnod' i' hedges" ij en .
the Joan track
exQuutt a all their tlalmlll&, aprmlirdt the IINItIIP rnipatrt w
d.Lrtttt. tram Cg: ) '* to Ca aaa.tM .-. Aid. is 'n tress af the ecaisld R. JIlItI! Vey, seII M deed Cods. are COIDJIIAiII8'C that G\\ a :rrjtatiar the time miSfKir

it th abuses toIklthfubtett G4'S : Tht nip b tht rev tuna that M a amlttd b ateeed Dea'opsprtaid mm -ttftt 110104 m t

TW pkalmM bad goal rta- to the sgiens it "'?Milt .-IM It1 dry Dl.al, subs' tIC thatir'.4 It murk Wrma.. ahaMe and u to a team' rstoat! tofcv Jots c ,.area; caw wffl! ha .

am u eaArf at ...(', f...% }<. girds vttk KJ pwpW atSita duct tt about. to fc* shed lr key thu ML"" but this it tomi such Hilfht trrr nil b* {nC "s-sun a the rape/me Mweals hf torfced s1 ft'. atantrrr t'1

MeI ad t* V cratdhd NsCiaUtsndsr k .. f ant deivaaa
{ a III ai. | ttalarft la see .*. af tklt prtwr. atat Thit rtaehf priiw af curt yncRiot ti f i Jithcr a a Jr.> let k see a. M4 pecees. mbar af Jnabra r..< tit kayt Mt at thenfir .'
It th* aHe* a! tru ".111''iaa uk J smile bin the IKXHIM af .. flat "
carmc mienTntioRt a etproatM" af gate.**tv .......... M the iis s srs-
la krklica: Uhfutf*, .1iatHar act1Il Jew ta thus ..rticuUr fa... hue spgrat.d
1.555 nltn
{ ,
th hucmrr: af Hit pe/ijilr ver bv ai atoMttiaa attllah.' yeee hen MM tined .etA" hue .' ;.!1J' chatud bams* nrttU" --

!tit talus trmc Cfvpt and wmpPOY j bet.itlre : miler JI rt' :ted "taw flrUrr ehartil. : anew k ass kM M.- that hrridaiaa Paul kr '*rr". the can af ('!'iinaa pnW -

the ronguMT of th rraaUird AN p*.ba... .... -'f tbs t rd. Taw lea \ at ft IkUShrv hit tribes i* tta; tk* baM at Mr .. fan p bUr" ta rrtmbul Msedav' ass at tuili:>!:""*' erutiasa ...d lacrraivc ,

land. It II \upon there that the Jt lilt 1 arrrua, crw"II1' .tbo Wr t 0ni( JiMrph'i! Ear 7 up --, eases seed 1 ardsiba.Qa wouidb tse-mssls-ea bid! aroan
fie ""' 0&. CAR aC. TMJiwt tua*. bat rather | .woroat a'! to this iMmaaX sad rcntmurtttt '
aothw drtUtHe ptaeflu. ""*** aAaaacaf a terr aeta assdEstst aeiC and again
natura! T.uruhme X. itt- racket n 1S fees .f &*(', c tv cud of th* nfe' :. Man and Josh mt hoe Cries snro Mee aherae

)>ai von mows. for ht* r.(-ulnutt! tupplwd Ta tIe; ftvat. J'f rhci and! asIan num- Joseph L'1enI'ard&. The an* wpi a Httie k out Mtbv leas ,ttetwa"d' a h.sd La a vainsE i B pst'an-tM the n
had hew trtrwa to thewp.1
vend* df,At pracinui Our Lnrd Rur.wU e.t bonus lt\-on a etc bfhatt.MicVW pleat. ".... lor has amities tilted to remmd then u.. ar.epwts eafvciaihit luciaac af ciuatat. u ptiam.
claws 1M axwNI ocathp.a.eulh fee termerha hjn aut> **MM becon
her may rerx .-.11! he th that Gafene: had told, the
k toraitl eat tkt aTwaar fm.inidahoitk
true e.. that h* .at ant pr._ name: that the Me. prwaart aa attrebataar
h"- V. teiBoatchaptecs ar wkM a see trial sec Jadpa W la-.n hats
a dextdviaa
th*"'t.V ti La_ *wdd b* aim
act at ..vlv" .d Tke _** r*. eared by- the jtofcjt .ko aatoanwd aad the* IIIit"C!" nu
Mia.i.s sf ....... h bias a* set hair hire tone Head ae u' aaaid base )IeIUIc the laty )"sirs. oases ,
aaio lat rt
Cleft! tat nrwd we a aprrd at a
tit drfMI
rm Our lMt' bola ft* dwrtltod the a tact .
this ash t*. at TaiJiss tan t attar .in.. u -
teruksi M the rcpRK ann prop
M Mar but Wftnay suckle He raged Furthe
: a".a"' ;: r bad
that af Jai Ma** M hat ..thkiaad Elsa sere af tress
at aa.aage
se h* cutis that netat three teamed met dad iMt
tAt In by- abscarhre tow tat
GR at Harvt
comrtoed .Jeer Iff
tN'hnY dirt twtor* tisReestatm com bari to Jmtalen ,. sod

1 J ? af Cur Lord m let: lull .tat that bed felm4.Ouesti. ? (..**. ekarvM vkh the MI Mr tweanaf* a flam a tea Mad attwaato VMaajie n..JW'f't, brown "rsssIIea

flORI&A CAtholiC histoRy j Jete aavaaajMttw r 4arsod.1!( l'reafa>x to praropd. with the tna! ........- teasipa h. melpaeeec

last of rnmaud maby
: thH mat ateav*
I TW MhwtR? af f.assasas pa.-
---- --- .. 'IFifteen sass I! the krwptprrt, It 4 a.
*( has a. lapin 11 !tat na M laapga.& std ta ejtr fitv bad. a m>d the .
p"Bcexan! ( ta .*jick: a man'ike la ....... of other rrt Far tram ...., .'iDaIIC
ASSETT hun.tf.left HiB- a44tt11'llell .s,1'thtsg h* kUiMrcant ttar' 277T and
H ar Htarr* a at tale aeisrsga trash how b4 to kr. kokrd aocapt ass rr nnn: M C*
adelptia br thtp N Juno }H>ae Md. J Jltltdltl feM mat rj: the aob plaraCatStUr a centuries giveor
vies .ranee III brtan.e s aa.nlps ii at ii iCh: te.spar th* media r'Psraar
18. 37M ma T"t af the eee- bmU panoitc p IeL and vtrti.p at th eased the
treepsps art the nrahm 1K nil
ttn..rr.1l1 uttunattb the Xutif't eroartlite Ttuutmg ;. large af rr,.. Th* Ite* pat- at tW hm had giatR tenthis ..
ass ettd) In Zctpe et Jtrar God m bent( ant has tar tkouiTtt -rrrtchetf' and take a few they say is s.is tM risers t ..ae road M or....r"n alit,. 1& tilt retawaets
tw ,
teat canerantec! a aabr .... toformotlM ah.ot as aaSithrt
Hit ee'a istroarl f'ndfoc' a Sad ciunkiu up at th! "JartiEl te at tfcftft app.. i
reffndort to nap ,samest -"salt. ....._ .
trarwjr The fiptiurtanta 1'lat. mf badrr DUre i. .od a tk plus i. tilt reMrmtioB aftk ,. Voahf su W kfad Lac'oclepodis the OldoMNB AeteMUflt. totnwn aad 91!- emiwer .
Arma'' OR stead Waailed MUM) elatkei: M vktck ha tad drrtk Marry esesgi ii ettas .1ww tai Deed v II at MkT .... .....* at the eta** ar tea- .'crhe tk maths rile.ta'g' .....a as htM Met fat tb.f nor .

rat one a netent norm h*** krouiwd la tnv* torn A u ust the lormer ho. ...,. e4(.ttlellt" .M Irt C- '- kiss" ic Gel th* Father the trial cfcamber tars Qr' tgaeslg. rcraaaL cant trW pr.arrdasrt seep a.;; '.;"
and<< Via atiir ... aid tilt ....
le.d.rd! tM! hard. tot 's beag noel,
1M! of Ar,qUI KeyT a Vacfortkf from sheet: adktt vvt nil: raftdmi K had km Cbrut H. .,sly f>... two Hat rtMrtf trial art ales
ftUMI teem b that k wot frat used I? a.Aia. .. i-ClVii...nr.* n. rat ,* ltd<< t ctrfl offwtaa k Cab the .. tad tot tilt Apo.Eh5'
JINCWIi. and th m's: ernir.Matrie flat GhmQ and tea' the aM tkr __ tkr toacn ray M. J. Mjrriy
trot later trrate: (n.4 vas velars h, ......
laatatl apt f>ctaod: up pi .> u HOCQUI, 0, Vtrit Matt Cradbed fader a* h E-isaad a.
.... I --'w.4 1
"to tha rtuprm tour p.- takaa to Bavaaa.. Thai It a* sunned tat this nine at "t Coups. rmttto PiUlw aDd kurmd the ___.... M pwbltr trial *.IIP""WI.
kw sad exyteiMd that tJUanar wnkrrewt the r%.UaC data tor ha seals! srn,-.: uvtMJt pit af maKnr-r Th* third day fit raw Man I,'. Strange but
cwt MCatlMhr see bins k>- true
tuflarmp rid munuiuMaJaaoarj at ft. Asp stn. )H.w.., tas Franeitrat monartcrr *at Mte th* dtaad H* aicnKM tat 10l III set tt* Ieh-ewe
tr *) e pukaktr Mt mack bo f e> food rer anrUurj but BMVML. fimvtt a: the rigs ...
k. ktod ?* aft to rile the attrkdBC: tar kattraw o! the ; :!W'! ,. .y f
fin Ortoaar I. Xm. rkea tkt barrarU to Thick rurpat band af the rather Thaare a'ac.wsg sdsa diautfuMd
prw.. date ./ tilt cellars
fast ass r kit > tk BrttiA had! eiv.rt d IL flu that to tod tie '
BMW ap .,...c. eeme '* asa a it WV ) ** ICE t .. err k.6 r ati'a isb. >

pep a tk ... pout rtfmart. TW oM ......*'* b.... hoe( sad 8w steed Lad a aganal taw hoed and. the \ a per. ar r+nJ
t I 1.t.1
A. A* tar at .t taxth* the Vaf Ce c 1M HarCkipTt bee Hotter. r a tee
....""' b4 hers l.ipiewdtM.v petit'east'
""- curd "Tathabc' .a' In ap. th ie! r......!..'** */ .
st the .
r... f KaflftyTraeaait W (htbn ftrttMk run, sad I abed B p-IV
to fir Churrti: be St the rewrrectiaa af ttk .. ..
11. 'I bad Isis Lrii5 .. kbprti dr.earw seem. ..reeea?
.I t : t atvoad? f"*" to 7w i f
'- *..od Baa**. t* the LaatrWMU ekarrk' I* tW ..troyass Irutnjt! af Anbork B a tet tot he w? w shine th* rear
.....1. arrr,to( at of tau fifty by its tt. Q Cocle! .... P"wE aMurtrauB! Ifea: kr *fa.ad .
III n. fassd a as aa adisetaele ... .
....-.. Jut .. Lit .sae, ...willi. ... pr t. and sassy af esa i55e .. prutoai '
OMcrfW th* Ckurrt: curbhad .. ..-..ttt. at: kMUfci
ft...... seVCSSJt eases Metal W"."
Aad to thr! date. .. Jtp ram. the'' k ass eat qrad w ndK oven Kktt
prior ,
.. M sue w... aw.N -t. remae. a ... "ae ,rot t Rt
Joss O. the Spaniard had *>. the moe *aiub 4 plar Ier.41J1'N day OB> |r autJh! after A. f*.ta. am save The -4t aiEft C''NtI' siswepeee

..rip sr.NN.ar'r ray taka tams: ,...... had ,. maxtt that did! the ad.wctn. bream ert */ par and tanftt as d Bart apmta

a t a a. 0.5M af th* talon eta aaluMt afartHjar a r.trf na? ay th gua-wt pct af the au..5 Ow that tar Led to atMr tat*. ....dart hit hia ter

---- ..... .. : } aad TieaarV.m adtht ace cranpsd! sad rauctwt Cburrk.Tkr. rnbt bead ?ec IIIiKaC a dNtart V maaea.

..... Klatiaf *craa ak1 frvaby 1aI J't"at tram a tech! It aa a4 trxUtMi tree: athet fteoaiei a* psesl Ias lUte sa t )

"' h_... the aCtof rather Cam**. Iu.bwu.hiltb. C v Ud that tk* AaMflw th HM*> wecspasrd Bifern .rr k mifK nr waatbitiMM lilies cars. Ibis pattpa asds L..A t
K A re.s.e ,
a es- war p. _tai..ra..w >y tilt tiaw Maine; .voiced. .... .. .. tmtC: th* bag a* bit bsd. kI! his. 1uck ..ld toad atbs'es hap 117 ...,... sec 1

d.-: __ Ids .Direst ,..... W a.aanak. aufTrttfC Routo tt tax ... MM ...* Cut tradfflMt -.JUItn Asst rat' wage lag taw" rase ilatinr ? ,
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-. Use of English ,
Blessing/ of sacramentals/ """ i F. \ t'

TfiC'i'l11/ / ttieacraments/ ;

Agnus Deis Pope's first .
Father Thomas F Kell) who preside over St. r>l. and of the Son, and of the)

VATICAN CITY (NC-For) the tint time In his ward's In Starke and North Florida missions. of the par. Holy Spirit. Amen."

Pope Paul VI ha* blessed the small round pontificate wax ish. has written this article It Is another if) the aeries The fact that the penitentnow
sacramentals known a s on liturgical changes hears the Priest pronnunce
dels. the Bishop of Rome to bless the words of absolution
agnus these sacramentals on the THE sacraments are the In his own language Certainly
Token remnants of an an. so to speak, on
Wednesday of Holy Week ef .t helps him more vividly
dent custom in
which tiny the first of his vhlch ve meet Christ He Father to reall/e that In confession
year pontificate ...
of the -
particles paschal candle them to come to us and
and every seventh year uses Thomas F. he Is receiving God's forgiveness
of the previous year were thereafter to do for us the priestly servIces .
broken off and given to the "
of healing and sanctifying Kelly
Pope Paul did
not follow
faithful as objects of venera- this custom however tt % We go to meet Him too Happily in more recent
tion. the little wax discs are blessed them, and t } .i._ r for every Ume we receive a times the practice has gained
traditionally with for the first p among us of calling for the
stamped a Ume December $ sacrament, we are performing
21. }
figure of a lamb representingthe an act of worship, we PriNt as soon as there la

Lord ss sacrificial victim The blessing the Pope lied 1 e M )I'" 'p make a declaration of dependence instructions or a card of membership serious illness

It was an old custom for Is reminiscent .f the solemn ." .1,'" on God and manifest our in a church:

blessing of the paschal caa. ,, ;&' faith to make Himself available It .li a birth"He: ask you AnointingWe

die at the Easier vljil sen ice. "!Pi" to us ton lo lead them to the waters no longer wait until a

ChallengesReds Pope Paul carried out the The !Second General Council In whichthey' will be person Is at his last breath.
rite before Vatican officialsand N t"t.\f .( the \atlcan, now In re- ,burn sgaln" (lloman ritual) This Indicates a better understanding

Cistercian monks attached yt has made further of the fifth. sacrament .
onhuman ".: 4t teas a "May almighty God, the
to the Rome basilicaof ., pointi the sacraments'' (In the Father of Our. lArd Jesus as a remedy for the sick
the Holy Cross in JerusaLem act of their celebration. and not just the last rites bestowed -
rights my Christ, Who has gtvem>ou a
who make the little At 'Agnus Deis" ceremonyPope Instruct and deepen our faith new birth by means of water by the Church: on Her

BERLIN (NCI-Stefan) Car. discs which are later distributed and dispose us "Is receive and the Holy ,pint forgive departing children.
dinal Uyszvnskl challengedthe to the faithful Paul VI pours aromatic balaam tat)' of state: Archbishop Enrico this grace In a fruitful manner Jolt all your sins ,. ." The council suggests that
Polish communist regimeto This >'ear's agnus deli In Into water before Immersing the wax Dante secretary of the Sacred'Congregation to 'worship (ltd duly and' t'rOIlnow on we will hear we drop the archaic name,

respect the rights of man addition to bearing figures of medalllona known as "Agnus Deis." of Rites and papal muterof t. practice chant" those' words ofk the ritual In ".;,trtn'e I'nctloN," and

in his Christmas sermon, according the Lamb of God (Agnus Del), With him. left to right are Bishop ceremonies, Monslgnor Salvatore An example may hlpII our own language Indicatingso speak Instead et the Anointing -

to reports received also depict St Mary under Caniaiua Van Llerde 0,S,A., papal sacristan Capoferri, a privy chamberlain of the better to understand this If (clearly to IK that we who of the Sick

here from Warsaw. The Polish such the titles as mediatrix,""helpof and vicar for Vatican City ; Am- Pope and Archbishop Diego Venini we are IU and ask to be were dead begin through Bap- "Lord that You would visit
Roman people, Our
personal primate Christmas also extended his Lady of Mt Carmel and leto Cardinal Qcognani papal) secre the Holy Father's private almoner.Bishop anointed we arelurlY aoeshipping life lisps of to,God live, a new lite-the and strengthen this sick man,
greetings God to Whom we armturning
beseech You hear us.
Mother of Divine Love. MC
to the -- -- - --- In short, the .council is anxious
government ---- -------- --- -- ---
: In our need of spiritual That You would give him life
Cardinal Uysiynskl remind. They are else stamped with and physical help, We that those who leave and health we beseech You
ed the congregation at his the Pope's coat of arms and who/ dedicated many yearsto are acting on faith because we the baptismal font with the. hear us That you would grant
Cathedral of St. John In War. with Images ef St. Jeieph and believe that lie Is able to restore help of their CM n spoken language him the grace of the Holy

saw that the Polish government St. John RaptUt and St. I',. rebels us spiritually and, if It as the language!! of ad. SI'lrltI'e beul't'h'ou., hear
work murdered
had publicly and SI John Congo by he His will sically.A ministration, and with the
acceptedthe ter Belrt and even ph> us O Lord God, You said
universal declaration of St Maria Gorettl.According we hear and make the responses help of updated 1 and meaningful through Your Apostle James:
human rights Now, he said, \ IJA)1'111.D1'll.l.l; : (NC-) Bishop Joseph WittrboUSCJ Later the number was reduced to the 1'ra'tII" ceremonial, tie aware that Is anyone sick among you*

It is expected that this ac the longtime del is coveredby custom ., of Wamba, a 52-year-old native of Belgium, haa The refugees also told must become more aware of they ate now living temples M hint bring in the priests, of
knowledgment be followed by some agnus durable materialand been murdered by Congolese rebel, according to reports stories about 10 whites being our dependent on God andHis of God, may now, ajiliess."OurFather" the church, and let them prayover
Him In the fullest sense
deeds. killed and eaten on Christmas In tie|
goodness to us. him him wild
reaching here. anointing
worn around the neck,
and have the newly
Day, of all this the attitude
light oil In the name of the Lord.
White hostages rescued from Wsmba said the
"There be life
M caa 10 peace- Bishop given opportunity after
council toward the
of the sacramental of f.lth11\
And the
political I, economic .r social\ Plans hospitalin was one of 28 persona slaughtered by the rebels on No. Justico charity system and Its placeIn on earth of occupying His the prayer sick and the
save man,
without the basic rights .( ember 26 after heard United heavenly home foreverConfirmation,
they States planes flying Is all
Puerto Rico our lives not at surPrising lAIrd will raise him up, and If
ma !being respected: the overhead on a mission to held vital for ,
killed another of hostages he be In sins, they shall
rUM It freedom of conscience S\\! JtHN (\C-Bishop) drop Belgian paratroopers group 'It! Is therefore of the high forgiven him,"
freedom .f expression Luis Aponte has announced at Paulis. including American peace in Congo eat Importance," the council .tfsacra.'
Our Redeemer
Protestant WII- In considering "Me Implore You
'\ freedom el religious, << here that one of his first undertakings missionary IrOl'OLmiUK: ) : NO: says, "that the faithful should of Confirmation, the the of
, ,.I practice," Cardinal ")II>a. Seven other Belgian missionary Ham McChesney of Phoenix ment that by grace
': ski declared according le thereports. as Archbishop of Arizona McChesney, a member Peace must be sought not In easily understand the sacramental council directs that It be so the Holy Spirit, Nou cure thoIIIn.1I
Priests died the
San Juan be on and should
will to the signs frequent
"I!: of the Worldwide EvangelIzation the whizzing of rifle bullets"nor revised I! that even as It 11 of this sick man and
$6 million Our Lady of Providence same day Witnesses said the Crusade, was trampledto In "the roaring of can with great eagerness bring conferred It\ will\ actually lira! his wound*: forgive hit

He also was quoted as say- Hospital planned by his hostages were herded together death, survivors said none," but In Justice and charity those sacraments which were explain Itself. It Is a illstmrt sins, and drive away from
ling that 'respect for govern- predecessor, Archbishop by' rebels who screamed Archbishop Joseph Ma- Instituted to nourish' the Christian sacrament which actual him all pains of mind and
James Peter Davis now head 'Kill! Kill! Kill!" Some of Congolese soldiers led br life"
ment would not be achievedby lula of lopnldvllle stressedIn ly brings to completion anda body In your mercy give him
[ police gendarmerie the of the Santa Ke, New Mexico the victims were shot Others white mercenaries rescued his Christmas message to With the passage of time, full development the new health Inward and outward
120 whites Including 110
[penal code and prisons, but archdiocese were beaten to death or tied Congolese Catholics, however. there have crept' life Imparted In Baptism, so that he may once more be
|by respect for the rights of Archbishop designate I and thrown into the river Greeks, In Wamba, locatedsome Into the riles of the sacraments He who Is a child Is made able to take up his work. restored
.. Aponte told a conference said Wtttebols 250 miles northeast of "It Is the put which and the sacramrntals
They Bishop
press ,
[human beingsApparently an adult, that Is a mature by the gift of Your
referring to the construction of the proposed was the first to die, Stanleyville" scene of earlier stems from ,Justice and rhar- certain features which have IK'raon In Christ with the' bal. niercy You who live and
:300-bed wouldbe massacres by rebelsbout lly and the coming ofJesus rendered their nature and
[recent agreement concluded Bishop wittebols first came ante, serenity and sense of reign<< with the rather and the
Impossible without Federal 100 others, mostly Belglsns.were among us already ".1..1.I purpose'' ) far from rlear to the
between the communist re- to the Congo to 1939 and was responsibility that character- Holy Spirit God. forever and
said to be mining from such
justice and
I ices such
funds under the Hill Burton people of today "
[ gime in Hungary and theat. for a long time a professor at Ices a grown up In vlitus of ever
he said that the Act He also said be plans an W smha, presumably dragged ,charily' for It brings about the this crament h t ,U linn
lean, right to
[ the Latin College of Stanlev off Into the bush by retreatIng nloa .( with God and hence, some changes have The changes brought about
extension in San Juan of the
|attend church has been affirmed t admission to others so that
ville. He bet'am.'lear upon rebel forces before the with another Archbishop become mfesiary' tv adapt by this council may indeed be

by Red officials, and Catholic University of Puerto tulle of wamba In 1W9 town was retakes tine said them, te U\e\ needs .,- our by word and example he is to termed. providential The familiar
[this is "a step forward." but Rico located in Pence, Wamba Is a B e of the last JtaluU limes witness thr faith thnt It In and universal sound of
hat is still needed Is "a sincere lavllallons te his enthrone- The Bishop had m a s yfriends towns. In the northeastern 11srelate paid that suffering him lo the world latln will no longer be heard
will to fulfill such bbtlga- meal here ea January IS have among the Congoleseand Congo where rebels are known stems from weakness As a first step toward this but It Is safe to predict thai
their' aatlve leaders for clarification, the council has
lions and promises mended le Protestant aad to have held a large numberof tOlol'lrcInJu.llce\ opulence of Ponance we will "be more than compensated -
He was reported to have Jewish leaders by Archbl.hpdeilgiiale his work for the social and the few In the (face of the provided for the translationof by the great gala la
economic relief of the turn- hostages the 'language of Uie sacraments "May the almighty C.ml
i and another in his ,
at point misery"" of the many understanding7ft
try He made particular 'Inpretemests Into the spoken Ianguage have mercy\ on you, forgive
+ sermon' "Christ has the right Amesg those still mlisliig It Is brotherhood, he said
la the field of edcalks. of the people At the you your sins and bring you
ho be announced and we havethe Archbishop Emanucle Clar are 17 I'rlesls of she Sacred that rsn eliminate from the
,; [ right to announce Him ino papal nuncio to the Dos heart .f Jesus and il Slslrrsif Congo every division, hatred same time the option Is left to everlasting, Amen
gal nunlcan Republic whose Jurisdiction orders. to the Bishops of particularcountries "M.) the almighty and
d) f nobody can shut our mouths According te witnesses tarluvs violence and murderJournalist
the merciful l lAIrd grant you pardon
Puerto of adapting
5f'; will officiate covers at the enthrone, reaching here, those killed st Government forces made an dies rites of ceremonies themselves absolution and remission ;
ment in historic Catedral de Wamba had been held prisoner overland dash to Muncbcre, In any way that maybe of your tins, Amen AIbt'fr.OR.I4'i
c..Iirraseeal ..assi San Juan Bautista The arch" for two month. and were about M miles from J'.,,"., S\V ANTONIO I (NC-Ce) locally meaningful! May our Lord Jesus Christ

i( &. .. ..if-.....! u ....... bishop-designate was appointed cruelly treated by the rebels In an effort to rescue them, cilia Menger, 72, a memberof Customs vary so much Indifferent absolve you and by His
+ A"' vr.IIC' ServiceVA to the San Juan archdiocese On November 23 Bishop Wit-, Another column of troops, a San Antonio pioneer fame parts of thoI orldth.t Authority I absolve you from .
' .' tebulens savagely beaten westward from Stan llv who served 4* years as bond of excommunlca
) 4.147) striking a rite or ceremonial ae every
November S .
on aftersen .. ...,4 A, pvr.e.A.1 M M
the rebels who heard the ,
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t' shot him with s pistol here said ss many ss 11 Requiem Msss In St. the world In the Name of the Father,
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Th. Lift .f Our LordDiscovery Ged'i world

Catholic CommentThe of Child by Magi Jesus absent is; not Jesus_ lost_ .

come doubts ao not mane a
ft"IT was" a mean and un1 of God.
picture of a man foils Herod's plan to kill grateful trick to playon The fact is that our faith

his parents." Such wouldbe is at its very finest, it's most

SO Herd sent the Magi off our reaction almost certainly Father meritorious, when it has been

THE picture of a man can be painted thought processes by painting or draw to Bethlehem. He must to the behavior of a drained of all emotional content \.

J. In many ,,'a'I. leg a picture of their fellow IItJIn have ftlt that kt! had handled 12 year old child who for Uo J. +,"7T and we can only pra\

terms of decadence weakness and what might have been a very three days hid himself from TreseLord desperately, "I do believe.
The biologist sees man in t series difficult situation rather well. his parents and caused them Lord. Please help my unbelief .

ef organisms held together by a eke! prejudice.We BtthJthtm was tnly live Freak J.Sheed i an agony of worry. !" Deprived of emotional

eton and controlled by a nervous sys fo to the photographer and wa milts away from Jerusalem. Such would be our reaction, buttressing our will stands

tern No clearer picture of man can be ask him to portray us in the very best They would arrive there that that is, if the child were an firm speaking its Credo in

seen than by the x-ray. light Sensational journalism demand night, would spend next day ordinary mortal. When the the face of every! doubt.

that wa paint man in his wont light.It tearehin,. child question happens to
Th photographer lets only the to teach us This selfless and personally
takes a small mm to paint a man be Jesus we can only say, is Irving
exterior of man which can bt reproduced They Bald almost ctrtala- "There must have been a rea here.It unrewarding adherence to
picture. If our reading habits art in ltd aew-kort child she" and His teachings Is
in color or black and ,,'hlt.. ly a son." the fact that we can Christ !
indication, although we are a big nation they wwld persuade themselves the Temple, Joseph had to go is our one of the greatest tributes
The psychiatrist sees man ai a mix. have whateverqqalltlts to work. These wert The three days sojourn of expect to encounter
physically perhaps we an possessed poor people of that we could pay to hum .
ture of emotion and intellect awful lot of small people. their astrtlogy. had and could not afford long the child Jesus In the Templeat spiritual lives. periods

Our faith tells us that man wu Each of us live in a world of our told them were tt bt expected holidays. Ht was a carpenter Jerusalem is one of the darkness of discouragement seemto There are many good peo
had brought his tools most mysterious events la the of aridity At times we pie who never suffer from
ia the Mtsslss.Thty surely
made to the image and likeness of God 011"1lit a gallery of portrait of men Jesus, lost all
have lost dehydration and who
with him, and may well have life of cur Lord. spiritual
although etch of us picture our fellow that w. know and that wt have read would come back been making a door or a touch with Him He seems to never find their faith lacking

man in a different light. about! It must be a terrible sensationto possibly next night since plough on some neighbouring Why could lie not base be no longer interested in us. in savor or buffeted by doubt

The newspaper reporter .Ls fret t. hart to live in a gallery filled with Bethlehem ass so small a farm. given advance notice of His* The truth Is that by His apparent Perhaps this is because God

paint the picture of a successful manin the portrait of monsters painted by place- tt tell him. Ht would intention to Mary and Joseph absence Jesus Is purifying detects in them a weakness
kill the child. Ht would probJy The Strangers had Bt doubt Why let them be torn by such which needs coddling and
term of human frailty or apparent ourselves and othtrw. of self
km its parents too, lest that they had found the Child unnecessary anxiety* us them
compassionately spares
weaknesses. A man can spend his whole Urn at Wit\ are a combination of "Full mission to
they might excited by the they were looking fur In terms of His It is comparatively easy to test which they might not
lift devoted to the service of humanity good and evil but I is ia a tad situation worshipped the ... what a
visit tf the Magi l, be tempted lag down they world was so toper lead a virtuous life as long as survive. Or perhaps there are
as well aa to the service of God and when 10 many men obviously wait so tt try again I him." tant about listening for three we have the feeling that "God other hidden heroisms in their

then some unknown and probably underpaid much time destroying the images ef But the Magi discovered the The Greek word here might days to the learned Temple! is near and all goes well." lives which merit exemptionfrom

sensationalist paints a word great men and replace them with portraits Child sooner even than lie. mean that they gave the teachers and startling them Rut there comes a time when this particular form of

picture of him sa the devil personified.This ) ef decadence and evil. rod's optimism had thought adoration due to God; but it Kith His brilliant questions'IVs all emotional "lift" seems to purging

ia obviously a disease ef our Ai wt picture other men so God possible As they left Jerusalem might mean some lesser homo do know simply that do the not affair knowe madean have gone out of our religion. A great number of us, however

time-men wsBtingthe God-given picture u. they saw the star age Alter all the Jews had PrIer becomes a distasteful have encountered 01will
again They hardly needed its not grasped that the Mtsslas unforgettable Impression labor. Mass and the sacraments encounter a time whenwe

guidance on their five milt would be divine and the surrounding upon Mary. Years later are dry routine. We seem either to have lost

Sacred Scripture journ.y tt Bethlehem Gentiles! would hard. when she supplied St Luke even may be tempted to won Jesus or to have been aban.
with the material for the firsttwo
ly have known mort than the der whether Jesus really is doned by him
Bat la Bethlehem it "It'" chapters of his Gospel
I Chosen People. Rut If it was God. whether our Catholic Our period of desolationmay
ever the place when thtChild the of those three
God's goodness praised in psalm was." only homage, it was high days memory still was fresh In her faith is true. be a matter of days, as

homage, as to a king: they mind. This frightens us more than it was with Mary and Joseph
What was the place! Was fell down before the Child. little but our anxietyis or it may stretch into months
this time of year, when quick to point this out in His a very
AT .. God'sgreatest discount OR the Eucharist r.. it still the cave which had And, however mjiterlous proof that we are in no and even vears.
are celebrating And how strnngt acre the
the manger in it? It stems the Incident seem to at.ft .
may real danger of losing our
lilt to us, Himself, corded in John I: gifts they brought -gold Rut we have not really\ lost t
improbablt. At wt have I..n. must be Important to God. faithS fear losing only that
1 e
psalm 110 is especially ap r.t." Your"I am the bread tf Ufa. with the emptying! out of Jo- precious Incense and myrrh It is the only happening of which we value highly; and Jesus.

propriate. 1 J... J. in the fathers dtiert, alt and the they manna dltd. seph's cousins when the census If the Strangers were from ('brill'I childhood which God cannot lose our faith, as we By His very concealment

The psalmist, reflecting en The bread which I spttk of. was ever, there would Arabia, they were simply Inspired St. Luke to set don might our wallet, against our He loving us and perfecting
all that God has done for His Csateled which comes down from heave have beta room In the town; bringing three of the most !ta his Gospel. will. us

people in the past, bursts r ta, is such that BO elll who and St. Matthew tells us that valuable gifts their countryhad We cannot hope to penetratethe Someone bas said that a To love us and to perfect

forth into a joyous song of tats of it will ever 4if. I am the Strangers entered the to give. Gold was a gift depths of the divine mind thousand difficulties do not us: this, after all, is His Fa

praise and thanksgiving. His the living bread that kai house fer( dwelling" ), and. adapted to please anyone, but but we can discern at least make a doubt. It is equallytrue ther's business and it IS
"found Child. On the othtr
song is intended not just as a tense down from heaven. If it had a special suitability fora one valuable lesion which our that a thousand unwel Christ's own.
and merciful tilt Ltr4. hand, hill-cis'es" in Palts- Incenut could be offertd .
personal prayer, but as one enl tits" of this bred, ht will king.
in which the whole temple lit his given. food tt these live fore\er; tnd further tine often had dwellings built only to gods, or the statues .

congregation may take part: who fear him: ht will (orevtr more, the bread which shall above them, and a star would of gods: the Jews used The backdrop
bt mindful tf his eovtntnt. more easily point the Magi to it in their Temple services,
give is my flesh gives f.r the
I will the Lord
thanks to
give a place out 11the\ country
Zachary was offering it when
with all\ my heart in the lift tf the morld. than to a house in a street Gabrltl appeared Myrrh Will Will media jury trials ?
company and assembly of The refuenchere II cltar- It .is Interesting tt note alas mass sway
a fragrant resin, always associated
IN the tf these ef "Th., feud the Child with
the with light
just. ly tt the manna which verses
the what !is dins
with the dead recently "to
hit ,Uln. and more frequent.
psalm lit that whtit Lord Mtry liIORE
God fed the IsrttllUt tur
Great art the works of the duriag Egyptians: used It for embslmlng and closed! during trial or the) le_
Lord, exquisite in all their their trip through the desert lastltuttd the Eucharist, lit Why Is Joseph not men. the Jews sprinkledit gtfl ly Judges lawyers. Islative branch imposes sucha
from Egypt: tt C....... Clear, did st !I. terms tf the cevascat tinned Wt might well art complaining that the license
delights. vtry on dud bodies. limitation the time nw
tee, is the Uluiltn tt Gtd'i : This cup Is alma atvrtvenant think that ht Is omltttd be. allowed newspapersand come when juries in al!
The piatntlst had good reason faithfulness to the agrttmtnt sealed by my bleed, cause he mttttrtd so much M'rrhUS valuable, and as to a lesser extent television criminal soon will have
John C cases tbe <>
tt wonder at God's.. good- lit made with ins people at which Is about tt be shed for less thin Mary! But this Is tt such might very well be giv- in the reporting of locked from start to end

less and to be grateful fee it. Steal, during this same trip, y tur like" (Luke 22,1'1.) misunderstand not only the en as a present criminal trials is hampering, 0'Rrlrn up
trial that
of the so ne'lplptr'm.y
If not defeating:, the administration fJ
Outstanding among the It "r lie tf this trtytr aisi This grateful praise tf tunIs position ef a lather in a Jew Ytt 'It was an tdd present, of justice. be kept( out of their

Lord's saving interventions in txtrtnUa tf gratltitf, the easesce.f true religion. ish family, but the position of perhaps tt give t. a new. sight"If

the history of His people were wt have aa street faflalttlr Ia biblical J language. that wt Joseph In this particular fam bon baby, Herod would bavt Some judges bane suggestedthat this. should become nece<>
the exodus from and call religion is called "tht fly IfKlililloH may be necessary
Egypt men etiwpelllng ftcewtlrt chuckled time II was his in- san the cost of criminal pro
the conquest of the Promised thai. tilt ptstmlrt ..f. far ., the Urd. nil fear After all, St Matthew has leitlon It slay the Baby at to limit publicity la criminal the defendant was an habitual ecutions would be increased

Land. It Is upon these that the is sal a servile, cringing attitude been ttlllng Joseph's story up rare t..... criminal undoubtedly would enormously-for hotel accom.
author dwells The mania, after all, vas but rather a rtvsrtMtlalMipect to this memtat, and continues
prayerfully.lie have
just natural nourishment, miraculously in the. fact tf Gtd'i with the vlsltof the angel to Mary and Joseph may base Crime stories have always Influenced a jury in modal lOftS. meals and COll-

has won renews for his supplied though jtuse. pfrfectlons and of His numberless Joseph afterwards. The slm- wept a little: It could not been extensively exploited by reaching a verdict. even if it slant su|>erv'Ision-and the re

wondrous deeds; gracious Our Lord Himself has avers ia cur behalf, pint ceases for his omission have failed to remind them the newspapers\ especiallywhen had been instructed to disregard luctance of citizens to pet
the accused Is wealthy, the information form jury duty would become
here may very sell bt the that Gabriel had told the .
As it turned out. the formidable.
true oat: that ht wai not prophet Daniel that the Mts- socially prominent an office. expense
,.tk tr MltHt*) V. I4ia e there else would be slain holder a clergyman or when of a new trial was Judges and lawyers know
Is involved The most averted by the judge. who. on this, and they suggest confinement ,
Mltsita tf H.-.,. PtQRCAt DiM Wt dt not know how long Herod, we say, would have sex recent
polling<< the jury in private
after Our Urd'l birth the chuckled. But In fact ht did trial turned Into a spectacular only as a last resort '
by the reporting media learned that onlv two of the if other proposals to restrain -
Magi appeared, but it least not chuck! He raged For Ifen'tht
wt nay bt certain that, ever the three learned men did not was that of Jack Ruby, Jurors had headline news coverage of trials
ClUpt6RS 111 and by discharging these two fail.
convicted slayer of Lee Harvey
for the forty days before the come back to Jerusalem to and
PrtstMittoa tf Our Lord in tell him what they had found. Oswald, charged with the swearing two alternatesto The prospect however for
serve in their stead, "
assassination o f President. was
Roaiaa catholic histORY John V Kennedy able to proceed with the trial self\ .(mooted reMrslnts In the

The difficulty of maintaining Hut this Is not always pos. reporting of criminal trials
Question botFifteen sible.It. by (he newspapers Is dim.
the decorum befitting
('h.pt.r 7.HASSE'M' that can bt lmsglst aid ia city gates had ser rsd the a
himstlf Phil- tvtrytKlng proceeding In which a man'slife scores tf other rates Far from being willing I"
Jeft addition, lost ht Mlnorcins elate 1777, and
by ship on June possessed, laclvalag I Ms was still the sole place of centuries giveor or liberty is at stake is trill hive hid U he halted accept any restriction on their

19, 1784, unaware tr the controversy -' books personal papers ind Catholic W" ( I hip I at the enormous( when swarms of became a maturity .( ill of right to report, the media air' <
the orders of Tht newspaper men crowd the the member tf the jury had pressing for still greater fret
vhich ultimately klng'i Thinking change Dsfs new pastor
vas settled in Zeipedes' favor.His God for having saved his thought "wrttched" m4 take a few they say courtroom news umer.mf'1h.and television. In wait and read In itewtpuper inadmis.sibie dom m the courtroom Tt ,

voyage nearly ended In life, and cllmbiai up ta the "lacking in all things ippropritti Information about de- television networks art dmanding <
In corridors to
The reef badly tsjurtJ, /sd la the ( tht ctlebratiea tf snap pictures pendants admission to com S
tragedy Spanish frigate tr q. VUuK ys be bud Encyclopedia the Old Roman of defendant, lawyers and witnesses .
"Santa Anna" on which he same cltthts !I. which hi had tilt dlvtnt liturgy," roams and faciUies for the '
ttoaih tt tipltli "II,. lilt Creed was as follows: a. they enter or least "Unless the media volun
tailed! ran Into a violent storm beta artustd la fright from Although the former Ito:. word 'Talk-tile" was tint InIrtdteed "1 believe In God the Fa the trial chamber tarily limit their reporting in equipment so that they ma
and ass shipwrecked on the his bed, hi vptat | seek then pltil-ehurch of U Stledad then Almighty and In Jesus criminal cases' a judge said carry proceedings intothe :
reef of Aroqulto Key, ia rtctvtrlng from sktck lad vii still standing !had been My friend Inslitt Oirist. His only Son. our Hat closed trials are auks! nation's living rooms.
his wounds btftn kt \1! thai It wee first ned by 'lieAte.tI. \aglt-Imertcst traditionsand
n t | tilt
futttd by departing Fn- Lord who was born of the
Tt civil! tfflclali la Gobi the thai .
., and tht Apatites'
Priest later wrote tt ,rtcttd. Ink And the royal engineer, frttd written Holy Ghost and from the the snort the judges ran M. J. Murray

Ilasitn Tit picked up led Mariano do la Rtcqut, dt- thew,1. cttlrtdlrted was hit by. Virgin Mary, Crucified under d. Is demand at little endue

"In this shipwreck your pttitiontr likes tt Hivaai. Tbirt U a, seethed it at this time as "a aid tiplalatd that cpis.his the Pontius Pilate and buried the rem IIIOU'I as nubile trial will

UHdtrvtnt the (!'tt. datt. ftr his tv.atual arrlvilt useless pile of masonrj'" The nerd "Catholic" wit first Intrtduetd third day Ht rote again<< 'from permit. Strange but true

eat sufferings and mlsfortuati St Augustiai.' Htvtvtr, it Franciscan monlittry was rt ta tilt talk century.Bt the dead Ht ascended Into \.et. K Is not the disorder
wu probably ati Much ... longer good for anything but lltaven Sitteth at the right
kUd enttgh tt give the attending' the activities. of tht tupi'alit 19M. NCvvC News Servl.t"
fort ort.ber t 11M mktatk barracks tt which
purpose prteUt Isle tt the written !hand of the Father, Whence reporting media distasteful
first entry la all acme ifMin the British had toft\ .rted it. mod. Ht shall rom to judge the it it Is to many judges that t ac '

f ia Ui caw nrltk rtf-- The til .1....''. basic \living and the dtad. And lethe disquiets the bench and the lr, 4 W tuwintoc3wcn"
101 l idn
1" r liters A. Al far know the Ghost the Holy ;r 1'1
I I I1 ."I\'tr. ltd bees Improved is wt Holy bar Rather it is the persist l' 1fh. carrnaeviW
word "catholic" first Church the nf ort' 1r
sac forgiveness
Tether O'Hthly ltd rather islet British rate, ltd rtthtrMliserl applied once of the press In printing
I\ t to the Church by St.Ignatius sins; the resurrection of the diwlotures about defendantsand CATHCOIfAL.rI1/A
\. \1 t i ih'II. Tractali had alrtt preceded deeUed tt apes his' of Antioch In a letter body"
evidence obtained
HIIMM tt the i,rt perish cktrck ,la tht tapertttry out tide

Florida ci,.Ul.. arrlvtig ttJstt tf that fifty by alttlj- lift. he He Wed wrotebout it the year Q ('..Id VMS plene tell m, the courtroom that the Itgalfraternitr !
.... ....r Mdae tt. f..< nlioiry knlUlng.Ht a. ta when pride aid vanity art find prejudicial to
to describe tilt Church which
'*t.A tAtaotie, mm, Zoo metal tint? the a.Jnuni.tralwo of '''.11''.
Aid to that date, fill granted that it was not had spread so .'!dlyfn by
!.. a.. IMS .,.... I.III! prior The complaint Is made that
Sll x... OUiUI .rlt. Julie U the Spaniards hid &1. the most suitable place for his day. Only gradually after A Seldom I am surt The newspapers often create a

o.iM4.. nit. nits ready takes formal positssUa worship tnt had to mount that did the adjective become evil tf pride and vanity is presumption of guilt against

.ua.ed/,1.. ta C. S A. tit of the colony, with salutes tf a itttp stairway I the quarters part of the saris of the that they 1 lead tt other tuii.. a defendant before trial thus

e...4. 10p.e ri .!*" actuary, lad BtatdicUoa of .were crimptd and rauctui Church Pride might lead you to making it difficult to impanel kvtwfpe
raitrlM II the Blintd Stcrimtat given laughter tame from a nearby There !Is aa old trtdititn trttt others offensively\ as lit impartial Jury And la

...,b.II J'1".M r'1I1e. ('..,.tie t. ._ by the aUlnf ratiftr ramfs.By futrdhtust but it would that the Attts' ) themulvtscompeted Inferiors: or It might! stir up many casts the judges say,

... ... lh* K.U pNN...I d.-t.ta.n.a'.shn ,. Us time Htstttt arrlvtd hove tt 4t until the king lprt the Creed but hit- ambition which. would lead disclosures by the press during <
.. c..>...... K... ....... tilt tid ittetttt trttldit kid ,titt4 sufficient funds ttbuild dory lees lilt make this tradition (I. Injuitkt. And vanity might trial came mistrials
r>pr..nallr.end Marti rnl>r>.4 ,M MMlitI ".h.ra taken en much of Ki tfifuiil at. thureh. credible. There acre ar.I lead you to squander all four la a recent federal ...... at n/iw reel rN
aI I,M m.u vitir th. Act ./ MtrekCievll Spanish character again although Ai for altar furalshirgi. Mans I terms of the Creed bt. husband money, tr to put in hundreds of ethers throughout 1, ." i+e r n wn t.

a sate.p.m. there ran It.tr nets ,they M all been removed tt fore tilt yeas JOB, each show. the family hopelessly In debt. the country the trial was

dents this before, IM away abe I fas ITU aril "tht things log upstate origins There jeopardized by the public
Ee of the buildings h4 bees tyb- loud tore ia the hands tf the sea ia ell Roman Creed in -- - -- two by a newspaper of In/or-

.. w4.. s. awn rlntlaliyltered lOll' Eiflih frltsl tf tilt Mlfiorcant art so existence kjr IM which it very These answers are tress matron obtained outside the
.* rtlitrMttcni lut... few end ia tucb poor Condittoa much like our cued except Tkt Qvettfea B.." (..> courtroom thai was not totvtdenct

HIM ,... .*).. Talker 9.tteH wti sbttM that they an prKtxaUt BMlt that wt have about alntBhraiti toted by M....,.., J. D. and would base beta

rob A, a4i.i( ... attnon! at bad at having H4td- nt of them Ctaway atUaaiDy keen ruled Inadmissiblt.From rrtt..1... MWOn.. a ., LO.pp, RKLRt.o.1Ov.
,ade.rtla.l Y...... the at the step *f CaifttUtKr H BttMng ." Hs i ten's ,.. bang that wtrd Cathtlit. ,....all.L Direst I ,.r outside sources the wn were ti mrrwN a IbO[ ewe,

......,.P. t.,"",, lewd maths hugged the penury suf- which poitibly 4U M come qtrtltot (Islss<< d. pkawl' l, Btwsptrwr hJ learned that vvwr0 e'mil r t r wrypWH ..Rc'M.

A thapel i rtttd flIt kr fithtr fired for urea lontlf > tars Into the Creed! until about the U The Florida Cathetk" .U this was the third t'lIUIt d*. .p 4x0 w "pw y1 CO dell V5 YbSAN Jrra Ralf a.ti.. !

Friday, Jaausry *. !%' Camps oa the ground by Father Camp and his gallant nth! rtnluryAiterdmg UIIM' JemUnt bad been charged aid otry rarer r..ot.wed.ur A.i asanrn.

floor of a residence sear the nO( L. to the fatho.i: .r aa stated m a headline That _., N iN RsMIf
.M MAkr .Y.

The norida Catholic, Friday. Jin. E, 1965

.- Use of English

Blessing of sacrament als .,

; TfiC:; u ficifsoii

I Agnus Deis, Pope's first .

Father Thomas F. Kelly who preside

VATICAN CITY (NC-For the first time in hi. pontificate rM ftard'a in Starke and North Florida must

Pope Paul VI has blessed the small round waxsacramentals Ish his written this article It la anotht

known ai on liturgical changes
agnus demo the Bishop of Rome to bless

these sacramentals on the ,.. sacraments are the
Token remnant of an TilE
custom In which ancient Wednesday of Holy Week of so to speak onwhich
tiny the first we meet Christ He
year his pontificate
particles of the paschal .
and every seventh year uses them to come to us and
die of the previous
year were L
thereafter to do for us the priestly services
broken off and given )
to the
faithful Pope Paul did not follow of healing and sanctifyIng
as objects of .
ve- era this custom, however, and U't go to meet Him too,
tion the little wax discs are ,; .
blessed them for the first for every time we receive a

figure traditionally of a lamb stamped representing ith a time December 2L .t sacrament we are performing .
an act of worship, we
the Lord as sacrificial victim. The blessing the Pope used 3. > .. 1t' make a declaration of dependence instructions o

It was an old custom for Is reminiscent .f the solemn ; 7'. ,. ". on God and manifest our bmhip in all

blessing of the paschal can ..I faith to make Himself available U blrl
; a
die al the Easter sigh sen Ice. ....... to us. Lord to lead

ChallengesReds Pope Paul carried out the ', ." .. The Second General Council ten In whir

rite before Vatican officials '. ,. ef the Vatican, now In recess born again"

onhuman and Cistercian monks at. .III-.."' has made a further May aim
tached to the Rome basilicaof
point i the sacraments In thevery Father of (
rights the Holy Cross in Jerusalem act of their relebrstlon.Instruct Christho I
who make the little At 'Agnus Deis' ceremonyPope and deepen our faith birth
new bv
BERLIN (NO-Stefan Car. discs which are later distributed and dispose us "to receive
dmal Wyszjnskl challenged to the faithful. Paul VI pours aromatic balsam tary of state: Archbishop Enrico this grace In a fruitful manner and .the Hal
the Polish communist regimeto This year's agnus dels. In into water before immersing the wax Dante secretary of the Sacred Con to worship Clod duly and' J 01& yourFrom now

respect the rights of man addition to bearing figures of medallions known as "Agnus Deis." gregation of Rites and papal master to practice chant;." those words

In his Christmas sermon according the Lamb of God (Agnus Dell, With him, left to right, are Bishop of ceremonies, Monslgnor Salvatore An our own lamso )
also example may help us
to reports received such titles depict as St mediatrix Mary under Canielua Van Llerde Q.S.A.. papal ..cC.pof.m, a privy chamberlain of the better to understand this If (clearly to
her from Warsaw. The Polish natan and vicar for Vatican Am. and Diego Venmi were dead! be
the Roman people" Our City Pope, Archbishop we are IU and ask to be
primate also extended his
personal Christmas Lady of Mt. Carmel, and leto Cardinal Clcognani papal aecre- the Holy Father private almoner. anointed we are surely "Of'. tlvn to live
greetingsto life of God.
Mother of Divine Love. shipping God to Whom we an
government ------ --- -- -- ----- -- -- -- -- --- -- In short
turning In our need of spiritual
Cardinal UystynsU reminded They art also stamped with and physical help. \\e xlous that t
the congregation at his the Pope's coat .( arms and Bishop who dedicated many yearsto are acting on faith became we the baptisms

Cathedral of St John In WarI with Images ef St. Joseph and believe that lie Is able to restore help of their

I saw that the Polish government St John Baptist and St. J'.. work murdered rebels in spiritually and, if it !lUll!!' as the
I had publicly acceptedthe let, and M John Bo co and Congo by be His will, even physically miDl.trlllionhelp

universal declaration of St Maria C-orettl. As we hear and make the 'reponves of ul>.lat

human rights Now he said, According to longtime cus I.tOt'OI.IVILI.EBishop Joseph \Nittebols later the number 81 reduced to the prayers, we ful ceiemonU

I it is expected that this ac tom, the agnus del is coveredby S.C.J. of Wamba a 52-year-old native of Belgium, hasbeen The refugees also told must become more awaie of they are nov

know lodgment be followed by some durable materialand murdered by Congolese rebel. according to rt'11Ot't8 stories about 10 whites being! our dependent on God andHis of God. ma

[deeds. worn around the neck reaching here killed and eaten on Christmas goodness to us. In the/ Him In the fuFather"

+. \ "There taa be n' peace White hostages rescued from \\amba said the Bishop Day light of all this, Die attitude and

political economic or social Plans hospitalin was one of 2S persons slaughtered by the rebels<< on November of the council toward the sacramental given earth opporton of
Justice and Its
without the bask rights .f 26 after they heard United States charity system placein hunConfjl
planes flying heavenly
lives Is all
Puerto Rico our not at surprising >
|mss being respected: the overhead on a mission to held vital for
\fright to freedom of confsclence. killed another group of hostages .
S\N Jl'\\ (XCI Bishop drop Belgian paratroopers "It la therefore of the hlgli
J freedom of including American
expres- Luis Aponte has announced at Paulia. peace in Congo sit importance" the council
slon. freedom of Protestant missionary \\ll- In consider
i. here that .
of his
one first undertakings II ', thai) the faithful should
practice," Cardinal MJIIM- as Archbishop of Seven other Belgian missionary Ham McChesney of Phoenix, IrOI'OLiniUK: (S( ) ) ment of ('0
ski declared, accenting to then Ariiona McChesney. a member Peace must be sought not In easily understand the sarra- council direct
I., San Juan will be to erect the Priests died on the mental signs and should frequent .
the hitting of rifle bullets"nor
reports of the Worldwide Evangelization revised that
( $6 million Our '
Lady of Providence darv
same itnestes said the wills great eagerness
Crusade, was trampledto In the roaring of can icing confers
He also was quoted as siy- Hospital planned by his hostages were herded together death, survivors said nuns," but In justice and char those sacraments which were It explain! its
ting that 'respett for government predecessor, Archbishop by rebels who screamed II y. Archbishop Joseph Ma Instituted to nourish the Christian .
would not be achievedby James Peter Davis, now head "i.Ul! Kill Kill!" Some of Congolese soldiers led br lula of I-ropoldvlll stressedIn life" III'ram.IY
of the Santa he, New Mexico the victims! shot Others white mercenaries rescued With brings toa
[ police, gendarmerie the were his Christmas message to the passage of tune, full develo
archdiocese were beaten to death or tied 120 whites, Including 110 however. there have
[penal code and prisons but Congolese Catholics, crept life
by respect for the rights of Archbishop designate and thrown Into the river Greeks, In Wamba, located Into the rites of the sairaments Imparted
human beingsApparently Aponte told a press confer They said Bishop Ultteboli some 250 miles northeast of "It Is the peace which and the sacramrntals He who \Is

referring to the erne construction of the proposed was the first to die. Stanleyville. scene of earlier stems from justice and char certain features hlrh have an adult, thi
massacres by rebels About ..f jierson In Chi
recent agreement concluded 300-bed hospital wouldbe lljr and the romlng rendered their nature andpurpose
Bishop UutebAls first
came loo others. mostly Belgians. Jesus already 'II. ance. seremtresponsibility
Impossible without Federal among us "
eta'l'n the communist regime to the Congo In 1939: and was from I'h'ar1'1 the
In Hungary and the Nat- funds under the Hill-Burton were said to be missing from lees such justice and such people of today
for a long time a professor at
he said that the Act He also said he plans an \\amba, presumably draggedoff .charity for It brings about the a grown
can right to '
the Latin College of Stanlev this
Into the bush retreatIng limes, some changes have sairaituadmlssiun
dod and
Mnl of with
attend church has been affirmed extension In San Juan of the "a men
vllle He became vicar apostolic rebel forces before the become necessary lo adapt to
Catholic University of Puerto with one another, ArthblikMalula -
by Red officials, and of \vamba In 1W9 by word and
town was retaken Bald th.m.Ie. tt e' needs of- our
Rico located la Ponce op <
his is forward but
step Wamba Is I a. of the last 11m,.. witness thehim
that Is still needed Is "a sincere liv Italians te kit enthrone The Bishop had m a s y towns In the northeastern The prelate said that suffering to the w

will to fulfill such oWlga- meat here .a January II have friends among the Congolese Congo where rebels are knownto stems from 'weakness As a first step toward this
and their native leaders fee
[lions and clarification, the council has
promises extended !. Protestant and have held a large numberof toward Injustice, opulence of Pen"May
his' work for the social and
lie was reported to have Jewish leaders by Archbish hostages. the few In the fate of theml"r provided for the translation
[said at another point in his op-designate Apoale. economic relief of the rotin- ,. of the many of the language of the satra- the

[sermon"Christ has the right try, He made particular Ins- \moag those still mining ills brotherhood, be said, meets Into the spoken language have mercy -

c Jo be announced and ,.e have Archbishop Emanuele Clarino revemesls la the field of edralloa. are 17 Priests of the Sacred that ran eliminate from the of the people. At the you your sins

Jhe right to announce Him papal nuncio to the Dominican Heart of Jesus and M Sisters Congo every division hatred, same time the option' Is left lo life evens"May

nobody can shut our mouths"tl Republic whose juris According to witnesses of various orders.Government violence and murder.Journalist to the Hilltops of particular the
diction covers Puerto tko, countries of adapting the merciful lAIrd
reaching here those killed at
will officiate the forces made an of don ahsolutislon ,
at enthronement dies rites ceremonies themselves ,
Wamba had been held
In historic Catedral de pria' overland dash to f-hlnlltt..re, In that of your i
any way maybe
[ 4f.l11 lMweealelse oner for two months and were .
.. 4 San Juan Bautista The arch about M miles from 1'aulti, m ANTONIO NC-Ce. locally meaningful. May our I,
f F. 4. .. Cr.l._..... L .....M bishop-designate was appoint. cruelly treated by the rebels. in an effort to rescue them cilia Monger, 7J, a memberof Customs vary so much Indifferent absolve you.

AmbwUic S.CYI ,'1,,1 tebuls was savagely beaten who served 4a
, Stan. as
westward from ilv years
4-147 striking bund
crew on November S after that a rite or ceremonial acvlion every 411
ST. AU&4JSTINEk by the rebels who heard the leyville, rescued five Dominican secretary and associate editor
serving since 190 as Bishopof which has great meaning lion, ,uIlI'n.dk't. .
U S. overhead .
planes pats Sisters at larfana, near of the Southern Messenger
Ponce In one area may perhaps be ho
II. was killed the next rooming Paints. was burled In St. Jo
.Jii. only vaguely understood or power and yoI -
by a rebel colonel who At first the hostages reach.leg sefh's Society cemetery, following even not at all In another partof absolve you

JOHN S. RHODES JR. shot him with a ptstsi. here said as many ss 17 Requiem Mass in St. the world In the NamenH'
Nearly three weeks later Catholic Priests were killedat Prter Prince of the Apostles

, on December 1), the rebels the first \Ssmba execution church. Baptism

s 11I"t .; With a very special solicitude
1721 G.KTl.y CUAIWATE plane 444-JWI
', r fI ..... r4' fi the council turned Its at. P.
tentkin to Baptism She Is an
e ,,,q,,.' Sr"s :' 7.gy ".
,' ; y ; stous tM the profound meaning
Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Horn t" C y of this sacrament be

) ', brought "home to each one of
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Of many thingsAlways lip i ITt High SchoolST


ask correct questionsA close\ of football season in St.

Petersburg many honors were

1 a ,. given to Bishop Barry football
A \ ha* painted and a i year has begun and with the assumes different shapes and t ., players, said Russell

put wef>k'. year" snot her quiet resolution has pre. nuances. Buchan Bishop Barry re-
nted\ lt t-If. Be it resolved that we discover the wisdom The evangelists/ selected' porter.

oi t asking the correct queetlnmj ,oils for in such la the bC'gln.GOhPl' certain things out of the many a altI I Greg Fries, a senior finished .
which had been handed on to
; of understanding. ( his football playing at
!, St. Luke describes them; some they synthesltt'll.as ,
Barry admirably by being
'MM. new resolution, to be the source of the evangelical in Luke'i account of the Phellas
chosen to the All-
added to last week's column, traditions, the hibtol'icaltl'eas. beatitudes; some they ex ) I County Conference team This
ury out of which the different plained with an eye to the
(i i I'rs out of the many obi squad is chosen annually by
.i i\ations and questions evangelists drew their accounts contemporary situation of cJ- / Z the coaches of Pinellas\ Coun
of the life of the Church in Palestine, as t
" ni-li this writer has received ty. Greg was selected for his
!Matthew! does In ? i :
the recent and he describes the members of a great part defensive
i u ruing outstanding play II a
.idjble. articles published bya the apostolic college as "the of the sermon on the mount. guard
national magazine on the original eyewitnesses, who Indeed, as the recent statement .
tnnclv topic of the Bible. became ministers of the of the Pontifical Biblical Bishop Barry placed two
Word" (ILk. 1,21. It is to be Commission reminds i us, linemen on the All-Pity team
Since the topic is a sacredn noted that this description of ". the truth of the (gospel) t picked by the area sports
, r and the magazine Is not. the disciples is a double one: narrative is not affected in 1 a rlter..
Mill he well to devote some eyewitnesses and ministersof the slightest/ by the fact that
trw columns to insights!: into the Word. the evangelists reports the They were Bob Younis, a

the i necessary background for As! eyewitnesses, they record sayings or the doings of Our tackle, and Ken Frisbe, a
the proper understanding of the events of the historyof Lord in a different order: and VMY1i'i.: guard. Both are jarring two

that most complex library of the life of Christ: as ministers that they use different wordsto ___. way linemen who were out
literature, the Bible. Indeed, of the Word, they Interpret express! what he said, not standing all season, especially
such insights may help you to and proclaim authoritatively keeping to the very letter, but in the Barons' 2R-19 upset of
save your life! the "good news" of the nevertheless preserving thesense. St, Petersburg High School.
," Only juniors, they will be
Of particular interest to us meaning of that history of S+g6e
back at Barry next year
Is the article concerning the Christ. Consequently, It Is Impor
tant to ask the correct questions Michael Lops was chosen tn
Gospels: indeed, there is considerable Clermont children
Thus enjoy partyA
interest the Gospels are nut about the significance of the All Academic Football
mere history; they are, In the has combinedboth
Gospels. do not Team Mike
catholics in the so called fact, theological reflections They party given for the children Father Henry J. Miron. A profea- prided not only the audience but
adequately the and an academic
answer sports
"neu" approach to the Gospels and proclamations about the lion, Who Is this man Jesus ques, in grades 1-8 at the school of religion Blond magician was present to entertain himself In the background are program. A member of both

meaning of Christ In history but they do supply more than in Blessed Sacrament pariah, the class when Father tried Sister Theresa and Sister Agiths, the football and tennis teams,

t'nfnrtiniiilcly, It Is often But the Gospel narrative enough answers to the question Clermont, included this impromptu the trick and produced so many the clasnes Christian Doctrine he also belongs to the National

overlooked that t this now approach rests upon the testimony of Why is Jesus of Naz demonstration of legerdemain by silk handkerchiefs that he sur- teachers from Gustis. Honor Society and received

which was almost I competent, reliable eye-wit areth. a letter of commend
hundred years a'borning. (snot nesses. However, these eye. tion from the National Merit

easily explained In a simple witnesses had a more forma Everyman's familyForming Job Corps interest spurredby Scholarship Program.
paragraph/ or even a tive function than that of limply
lengthy/ book. Vet some of the attesting to the facts upon Make schoola
more obvious features of this which their theology rests for the every

ognized.The phenomenon( are easily rec Word.They11'1'1..' ministers of the a child's personality agencies poor model institute

WASHINGTON NC Catholic and other
interest As the hierarchical heads of ( agencies
other things new consists among in f ill) a new religion, they testified Hy Monslgmtr John C. Knolt Icism he learns to con. If a child 1Il's11th tolerance private groups will\ join in the recruitment campaign for Pope Paul says

a more discerning appreciation above all to the definitive entrance : \ could demn he learns to be patient the government' new "Job Corps" for deprived youngsters. -

of the Gospels as literature of God into human Tmsaphorisms you If a child lives with hoslili- VATICAN CITY (ISC>)> -
and 121> a deeper understanding history, namely, the ultimate probably have your own pithy ty he learns to fight If a child lives with praisehe Sargent Shriver, director of the Office of Economic Pope' Paul VI has encouraged

of the historical pro. significance of the life, death sayings which sum up a truth. If a child lives with fear learns to be appreciative Opportunity| said recruiting material will be distributed administrators and teachersof .
cess which produced these and resurrection of Jesus, the The truth contained in most he learns to be apprehensive through 25,000 local Italy's Catholic schools to
written witnesses to the life Christ. of these Is that a good part ofa If a child lives with accept- branches of 33 national Those in city centers will be make their school model in-
and activity of Jesus Christ Thus, their concern for the child's education is in for- If a child lives with pity ance he learns to love or taught: skills such at office ttitutet
fact of Christ is not so much mal. It Is not what parents say he learns to feel sorry for If a child lives with ap ganizations. machine operation and appliance Speaking to members of the
When we speak of the Oos. His height: I His size or even so much as what they are himself proval he learns to like There will be three types of repair. The young federation of Italian institutes
gels as literature we refer to I His looks; these were facts that has a lasting influenceon himself camps: rural ('enteraln parks "'omenl'iII be taught homemaking dependent on ecclesiastical
the different ways in which known to all and accepted. child's life and charac If a child lives with rlcll- and forests, urban centers in family managementand I
a authority present at the general
they were composed and written What was vital is the extraordinary ter. rule lie learns lo be thy ? If a child lives with recognition or near cities and women's marketable job tkiUs. audience December
and in he learn that It Is on
published training centers. In cities
their literary form their the. man that importance Christ has for If I child lives with crit- If a child lives with jealousy good to have a goal Corpsmen in rural centers Some 10,0110 young men and :30, the Pope said he hoped

ology and their doctrine. and every had. t" " " '" """ '" he learns what envyIs "lIlltft training in areas such women between the ages .f( 'grave questions regarding
If child\ lives with sharing
When we refer to the historical a IS forestry and surveying It and U are riprcted to enroll not only the functioning but I
process which produced But every man has a different If a child lives with shame he learns about generosity In the corps during its the very existence of Catholic

the Gosp'lsIe must understand shape and culture; Youth he learns to feel guilty Mass will recall first )ttr. Italian school" will be h.PP fre50h'l'd.
If a child lives with honesty
the phrase in a dual thus, each of the proclamations If a child IIvl'l11th encouragement ,
and fairness he learns They will\ be offered basic
vay. of and about Christ a* he learns to ;
He te the attempts
these appear In the Gospel; be confident what truth and justice victory in battle education and skill\ trainingin wit alluding
Firstly.lt signifies the varIous '''''''''''''''\\" '" '''''',ova are. retdi ntul centers in both .f Catholic schools In ,.

moments in time in the R0 If a child lives\ with security urban and rural areas, Italy. U receive g*,rrnrnrnt
creation and the publicationof he learns to have faithin of New Orleans Catholic cooperation will be subsidies for fwrtlloH.' At

the four Gospels: secondly filL" himself and those about :NEW: ORLEANS: the phrase the different retie only marginal aid from
suggests him Archbishop John P Cody ofNew Catholic Coordinating Committee )
events of the Christian If a child \lives with friendliness Orleans will celebratea on Economic Opportunity the state .

message they record. v he learns that the Solemn Pontifical Mass in The committee' memo Pope Paul urged administrator
!Such appreciation and un +, r i'i \ world is a nice place in the Basilica of St. Louis Kingof herthip comprises various department to continue their good !
tll'rhtandin"tarlll/ not with which to live France January S to open of the National work to Improve it so that I
the question who was this man ..5Sing If you live with serenity the final day of a weeklong Catholic Welfare Conference 'each of your school: is a
Jesus! ; blltI IIh the more your child will live with observance of the 150th anniversary here and other agencies. such model institute not perhaps
valid and more difficult qurs. peace of mind. of the Battle of New at the National Conference of in its exterior embellishments
lion why were the impels; 'i To these aphorisms there (Means Catholic Charities and National for which you never have
written might be added a few others The Mans Is one of several Catholic Rural Life enough meant, but rather lo

with" more specific religi religious functions planned Conference."Opportunity. the spirit. loch: mutt animated
The Gospels were written ous overtones, such at: along with civic ceremonies' c I rd.'* by aware as you are of the
not to describe a person but It a child \lives with firm which recall the famous victory which a youth !Indicate hit highest goal of the school for
to declare the fact of a ['I'r- and consistent parents he of General Andrew Jack. Interest in the Job Corp will which every form of dedication
con, Jesus Christ, and the effect Lnoof the justice of ton's makeshift army over be available through the cooperating : even effort and every

tiC His coming and His God British forces and I Catholic private organua- form of love i Is well spent.
teaching upon all mankind. If a child lives with forgiving heritage and faith which re- lions and at all U S. pott office .
The Gospels were written at parents he knows of the mains strong in New Means *
a time when knowledge( of the mercy of God Or. an Interested youth can CLEARWATERAce
how and wherefore of the life Jackson, after hit motley\ merely tend hit name and
of Christ what w If I child lice with affrr- arm accomplished .
was present; ) address on a postcard to the
was not understood by the Innate parents he tuna s battlefield/ tactics *n Jan. Job Corp Office of Fxwiom-
contemporaries of the evangelists / of the heating of the Spirit Miry ft, HIS. acknowledged ic Opportumtv Washington Hardware

was the why of the his the -111\ of Coed! I.I his victor). DC. 20.VD" and the government

of Christ Jesus was known If I child lives with will follow through Phone
encouraging After the Basilica
and recognized among I His at nursing homethe parents he knows Mass Bishop morning Charles PGreco The Florid Catholic baton 4444174CLARK'S

people, but not in the all too the joy of going of Alexandria, LOUK- hand a limited supply of "w" 1u16alf.ro
profound sense of His divine Member of the St. Monica Circle of left back row, Emma B.IMO, If a child live with parents Lana, will celebrate the traditional application forms .F.d. g.y
reality. This divine why of St. Peter parish in DeLand accompanied Adolph Pinmts, Theresa Pancratz willing to receive. knowsof Mat of Thinkiitiung
the life of Christ forms the their children to the Peaceful and Basso second the of
Cathy ; row, Betty security being in the I'rHiline convent
burden' of the various "Ina"of Haven Nursing; Home where the children Harris and Monica Pancratz; front able to give chapel The chapel It the national
Christ as these are pre- entertained the patient during Louise Brandt If a child live with parents shrine of Our Lad
row. Christopher Pan ) of GULF SERVICE I
tented by the four Gospels, .
| full of h. .b-
(John 20,30)) Christmas week by dinging carol and crate Doug Dowdy and Bill Moulton. Prompt Succor
sorb the life of God Into
distributing package and gifts from The I'rwUne Sisters have HUCUlES I DREW
In the prologue of the third has soul held the Mais of Thankigiv mg PHONE ....3710|
.._ If child .
-- a lives with
-- -- -- --- parents every )ear. time the Battle ofNew
Read Bible Inl'tl'llI.itb sin he Orleans. Mother Ste

more I II denied! the ordinary Mane Olivier de Venn. t'riul.ine Your O".-$.op S* vice For Al l.-n A,,J Gt'd.i Svppfot
ST. AUGUSTINE BOSTIIICI(: | taftton means of spiritual I Mprrwr in 145$. promt ted
REBEL BISHOPThe Htchard Cardinal Cunning advised growth an annual Mat of thanktgiv SKYCREST GARDEN SUPPLY

members of hit their If a child live with parents Inc to Our Lady of Prompt FERTILIZERS. INSECTICIDES SEEDS I PUNTS
to upend more time readingthe who reverence him a* a
if the American defeated GARDEN TOOLS FREE DELIVERY
Life and Era of Augustin Verot Bible. He urged "at least person he will grow to be the uprnor British Photo. 442-744 Inl| Dr. Stint

five minute each day" of adult tercet.
By Father Michael V. Gannon MCDONALD'S Bible! rending The above aphorisms written

"For tome reason' or other by Dorothy Law Nolte are Nun's life
Order your copiot of tiiii unututl account of .n oitr- THAYER DODGEDODGE
Catholics are reluctant to read taken from the September

ordinary man end of th* early Catholics of Florid from DRUG STORE the Bible" the Cardinal said 19M. issue of the Illinois Par- I.OIIO11Ie of a Stater's: We )pwbticimage nerd DART CORONET MONACO
in a sermon at Cathedral ent-Teacher
Th. Flood Catholic, P.O. Boa J5SI. Orlando, Florid; the Holy Croat "But Proles- refnrbiitMi today, if t iurvy Goy SO.000 ,",,10 or S y..r .tn.*tyVox

$4.9 47 King Street lanes not only read the Bible, More on 'secret' by young British Catholic ". 44o-1 IM lOll o..ef.nd! Sf
:* it accurateletervieaers
ST. AUGUSTINEVA but study It 1 met woman LIaBOi i I\C: ) The Cath- of the National
who knows
the Book of Psalms
clue daily newspaper A'CIC". Catholic Youth
I ---------1 by heart and, to be honest, 1don't has condemned as obvious Association
4-1687 asking but practice* lathe SCHOOLSROSARIAN
THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC "know one psalm by fabrications published reportsto field of rtngkM vocation

I Orlando Florid I heart. the effect that the alleged *, /found a..ea..*e for
"seem of Fatima" Include
lam" ia current disparage
I II II _. threats of war dissidence In ACADEMY
G.ntl.m.n: Pleat sand: meet of a nun's career amonggri
I ''m "t .\ ,t''r' j\J'I'I"9' ,"" the Church, and general tribulations. and their parent aad Rp.tdenl t4 day .rh....4 !.*. tfat*. .. .....if. .f WooilftlWnk.

........... cop ? REBEL BISHOP $4.95 *.ch I IN I II even among Priest ...... lr 4n OM to tactic. | .0r .,.......11..*. >."
I mission) [ ofnoniBRe > A foe voiced astonishment Respect) far the Prtetttood ...t..i.11 >*..r1s .... an. OaMallr. IHrtrtH .fMtt

m* __ .. ..' I IAddrtil that these reports were published was reported to be contrastingly *f .... Dot.,.... Ewe r.ul.p 1t441Pltc lUtMrar.
I : =,:= I II : 6e: CMOSI565W I ) in Mentagrm de Fat- high. Many boys *p- RMRI.IT .ic.iDK.Mr. tEsT PAUl BEACH

....._.. ... ... .. I ima, the organ of the so-called peered to regard a Brother
Blue Army of Fuma. It said life it i "poor substitute"for

I City, St. ., Zip Cod. .... ..... ...-....... ...._ ; the reports Ire to at odds that of a Priest tt was Academy Cf The Holy Names

I 's oldest i with the original 1 message of. stated R*.:W t4 **,y weal for ,;*. .**.* ... to t..... My
mfluCJ: missionStAUQUStine.flORJ&V : Our Lady at F.tim.-a ,,,,
I (Mali Oitck) P.y.bU to The Florid Cyclic) m. NMws.u..N .w..4.; Pro,f*.. incWoK c..*.* proMroftry .*** f norolcomot

I sage of pr'f' and penance Subscribe **c. art t+i tr:rH. CoWvcH: oy S''wi of ft* HeIr
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan 8, 1965 -"

Communists in Sudan use threats. of s"' 4 : .1 1 1, { ,& i ,:\\".. '. 'I' speaks Cardinal on

retribution to criticism ..

suppress .: congressBOMBAY

NAIROBI, Kenya (NC) Newspapers in the Sudan In an effort to cement its .ILiA (NC) -Valerian
II have been kept from criticizing that nation growing power the communist party !. Cardinal Graclas of

communist party under threat of retribution according managed to lower the voting Bombay has said here thKuccfM
to informed sources here age in the Sudan from 21 to
I It has been learned that all communists were gaining con 18 years, thus enfranchising of the recent International
e Sudanese newspaper have trol of the railway workers many leftist students. The Eucharistic Con.
cotton university also secured' 15 i testifies to the
been warned by communist growers party seats in +..rr grens
officials that unfavorable references student organisations, intermediate the electoral college for the .r. "noundnewi of India'i iouL"
to the communists and elementary "professions," guaranteeingthem Addressing nearly 30,000
will be met by burnings and teachers and legal groups. at least IS seats In the people gathered at midnightat
mob violence directed against Although communist party parliament, here communist the Toop\ 'race: grounds for
the printing plants. membership is only 5000 out candidates normally would his Christmas Slant the Car.
Thus far only one newspaper of a total population of 12800 ,- have little hope of vinning. dmal said the celebration of
has been able to defy the .000. the party has exerted It is reported that the Khaki Christmas so soon after the
threat great influence in the prl's..ntgOfernmf'nL congress U no "anticllmtj
with impunity Al Nil, toum government fears the
published by the militant Following lastear's growing influence of the commumsti but rather Its completion
Moslem Ansar sect, has print. >' upheaval, one cabinet but has so far been and fulfilment"l'he
seat was given to the communists Cardinal declared:
ed several articles attacking unsuccessful in checking It.
communist Ideology as one and seven other seatsto The communists have been .r "111p success of the congresl<<
that cripples human freedomand professional groups largely. using racial tensions between t bore eloquent testimony to the
influenced by the communist 4 r
essential soundness of India'ssoul
opposes! religious principles Arabs and Negroes to throw
The strength of the iThe. a bad light on Christian missionaries vindicates her reputation .
Ansar followers has until now member provisional who>> have been de. for tolerance and Justice
served as a deterrent against cabinet tested with the sole scribed as "tools of Imperial !i and goodwill toward the

communist reprisals. legiilatlvc powers in the ism" and "instigators of violence minorities

The Sudanese rommunM Sudan ." "The M'tadtlll reawakened

party emerged as an open the nation and rallied all
politics! force only after the those national forces that
revolution led by Premier el- :. seek la pretense the moral
Khatlm Khalifa last October Laymen's challenge seen 1, and spiritual. heritage of the
:0.t'nder. in helping/ Latin America Builder of palace was saint
the British rule that Of Pop. Paul \1'1'lli.., the
ended In 39! !% and the military St. Peter Orttelo ((921.V87)), ".Ii," family and by hit earlytwenlitt public, 'In 974 U IOU tltcttd and rebuilt the world famous Cardinal said: "By his extraordinary .
regime between 19M! andI 'I1TSRI1WII( (>C) The challenge to today's lay. whore ftaitda/! January 10 I h. was in command of boat of' Vtnict; it was he who C.tKtdr.l ef St Mart evtr the generosity in
1964. the communist party man is bound up with the notion of "the Christian com came from t distinguished V.. the flttt of the Vtnttian R.- bull the glorioul. Do.'s PcUci. EvangtUts' tomb Hit bieg- perch and In deed by his
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i had been outlawed, However, munity, Father Louia N Colonnrse of the Latin America captivating! simplicity by his

i it made underground great gains prior by to working last. said bureau here. National Catholic Welfare Conference haa To be godfather Church in P..anama shows'velopment t of.ph Saintly.r tells character'ui: Ht lOll pooefinghigher a man holy personality has silenced, the for Holy all eternity Father .

favor a private morality the quliti of tUtnmanihiptK criticism, skepticism
ear's '
) revolution particularly to 800 .
Speaking men gathered \ VTIC(1TV (S-
1 former are necessarily" on the to bt found In his J jealousy<< All India and Asia
within the trade unions Evenin for a Holy Name day Pope Paul M will be godfather vigorous deNCC were will be
1959 while government officials program Father Colonnesa Inning side. of the 1t'l'ODlllon of Aus. pr.d.c.iion m tht Ducal chair! ," him\ ." eternally indebted to

were bragging they had noted "with a certain If'ns.of "The Second Vatican! Council trian Archduke Otto of I Haps by liJ1 gel 11,1110:"' But then an abounding thinghcpptntd
j the communists well in hand, relief" that American not only officially introduces burg Lorraine only son of N<'WI ServiceCatholic ; it it counted among .." .." ",...,,,,-...
the world this
to social
t Catholics are turning "from the last Austrian emperor<< P.\NMHTVThe tht itr .0 rtcordtd In Subscribe
orientation, but ratifies the Churrh In Panama 'ng tc* now
the cloudy waters of a private The baby born DecemberIK
moral and spiritual life judgments of its proponentsof !. w ill be baptired by liuthop one of the oKlrnt in the wrote! ?m hemisphere, haa publinhM cl.i.ticel l hutory. On the night ,.NNNNNN.NN.NNN.NeDaytona
Daytona Beach to a more communitarian recent )earl," he stated. Rudolf Grabcr of Kegcnsburg. Its first annual directory at a time when it la completing) cf ptmbtr I, 771, Dog. P.-

oriented life which more For Ntrth Americans thespecific Germany Ht will be named the moat vifnrouH decade n''f development In itt history, tee ..cr tly left l Vnct! and BoachPRINTING
closely reflects the Christian-! task of communitylies Paul Georg There are 1,210000 i her L>ns In Panama, moat of them herded through Italy and
ty that Christ intended In he direction of Latin l'oiw Paul will be represented CatholiciIhe Franc to a Bcntdictm men
WOODS !However, he said change America lather Colonnete as godfather by Arch.bishop Church In Panama as founded! In July, l'\">2. the diocese .t tory in the Pyrtnttl on th.Spanish .
Is coming slowly I "It is a difficult said. Corrado Hafile, allOlotollC of C'hitrt was founded, bordtr. Htrt for manyy
task to overthrow the nuncio to Germany formally established by P<>|'eIJPQ anti three months later thelndcwmlfnt r| h. ltd a lire of tht ..lriet.e ItHae hew all4 Offtt
Foal Oil Company, Inc. individualistic and subjective "The revolution of the hungry Although it is unusual thereIs l X in lit). only two years | prrlattire of Ik). ,. aictticum under tht Abbot CtutJimaai Printing C:..
illiterate and after the diwew of Santo I> cat del Toro was treated. In Guannul Then dttinng oven
Phon. 252.1522 spirituality which was common the the oppressed nothing to prevent a fops> umlnfo > '. M.BWV, *.-
to our forebearers," he In latin America is from being! a godfather Can. and San Juan writ July of taut year the diocese' greater loUud, k* built htm CL HIM Ill M.tnX.
declared.) afoot" he explained on law si 'clhes only I that a created in the Caribbean of Santiago was founded, The self a harmitag ntarby; htrt ht
However more than four ten- original Me Is now the archdiocese di.d In "7.
Father Colonnese said the We have the choice! of sponsor at Baptism. must not
CALL prln<'lpallmpt'tul for the reawakening guiding this revolution as be a cleric In sacred orders lurks .passed More the first of Panama Th. picture" .how' St. Marl's
CL 2M21f of the Christian to Christians d.allngII'llb bade unless he has the explicit per territorial division took place .\n Indication of the new Cathtdrd' St Mart Square
f R and! the aponloltc! vuanate of Vtnict; to the right" u part of
the true nature of Christianlife' issues as Christ did he said, mission of his Hlithop Since energy In She Panama ( Burch
has come from "the ob- urging response to papal appeals the Pope Is In effect his own Darien was formed In 1925\ ran be found In the tact hut the Dogs Palac.
1 Jecthe character of contemporary << for aid to Latin America Bishop he can choose to act Thirty years later In \VA\ nearly all the newly'appointed .
(sso and now official liturgical as hi sithes.C the diocese of David was prelates are Panamanians

theology" ,., and young<< In age. Italian and American teed
, lie said that "in the struggle q. P r r
r..o Hating oatIuss !between those who art Archbishop Tomas Clavrl S Open P.M.U II I P.M.lanqutt /
HOT... n o t Mendel of Panama li 43;
devoted to the social teachingof ife _
IUIINS eUAIII I Fatilitit u
the Church and those who Bishop Danlrle Nunei of David
RAND I I. :37; bishop> June Car Cloud MenJiyi -
seas \illareal of Chltrt Is 44 Fw.ifw.ee4
Fuel Oil Co. W.!eom. Travelers and llwhop Marcos McGrath SAN REMORESTAURANT V-xeVtj Cart!

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For Th led Wr.Yghf. ..... theft art 2i"fi" Priest" 1290 SO. ftlDGEWOOD Office Suppliii
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live of Panama An equal CL M357 I III North lassie, Slmt
CL 2.4121 .", I-Orena1 ....Jt ;
numrx-r art American. hpan
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single group of 104Of Rid A
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I, 4l nta ALLIED VAN LINtS, INC. __ IWndictns! fro m Canon 1 \ Ult.OO
City Colonels, and four oth* Up t. 200 MJti, p.r ,.1.!
PaTTOfi Pit: 1.ArnIt ers are diocesan PritMs from lit .........4 a, it. sal.litAtitty
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recent tendons' lie.Iwern : In Fl*.*.i

WILSONDRY Safe In Leopoldville the gavernmenls of FloristFloral
Pintm and Ihe I nltrd Joseph's

: .W' CLEANING Safe at lat In I.eofoUrUle ItaLan: Mr. Birk's husband among thaws. Males the* I'rletls relations. ami kelwreHAmrrira their Otngnieig; Fee Every Occaiiot.

I and LAUNDRY SERVICE nun and three laywomen, ImludinfXlr were lam b'. Cngo, rebel near Itefw floras hate been euellrnl. Ph (771144 141 W, Granada Ave, Ormtnt) Lack
\ Dolena Burk nf Calgary Alberta, *)\n "!. a r,..wn 100 mile* north Mrt
r41lt, .,,4 D.li.ery2l.citien. In KM arrMmitM of l'an.ame .
I t.n. reported that 14 missionary h<*taset, of Stankvili! '
-- _. -- they operate' ont pn'<'hand FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS -SINCI III!"
OR 7.n4J --- --
OR 7.On live aftlllalrd'' chapels in.

EEnor; VJIagt 124 w. ", .".
In Uw city of rotors g'llwtd: J........

300 held captive in AfricaI low.cost housing AiMritM VisMeiittMM run a CL 2 nl AnntrU. 6tm St ltty 122 N. bash St.
Serving the Hilifa Area with a parochial school for SW I Canamain "-
\'.\Tlf.\'i ( trY NO) lI\dentl.
Dignified Service of Highest; Qualify (.NC)-There were It ill about 320 miaatnntr J. Paul VI look sptrialMM Thar art also 30 ArnrrlCM ,- "
it low Cost In the rebel-controlled region of the Congo in early Ito- of the Horn municipal 1 sins worklM in I'an. DAYTONA Db::= he N.
comber. the muuion news aftnty Fides earl! here Its information ama Marykawll Histari ad.
cam from 1)1 A, efforts to provide adequate minister nhool with a t total|
Catholic carols tth them IN Fagliah. kw coot Routing far Itt ..o4IHI etiralliimrt.. of Wl ****** m FURNITURE
the L/ornMrttle Italian" and native S..hiliGt BOCMlfttlM Of mar thantwo three dIf,.,.... dior.t*< The
News terrine >*f f efit nxrctiurix' Kitten af a
mlllJon people .H. Mid M.rry .peer.
TTi e rxle. recnrt lists X ratted W lied Ie a44iUer.il. Mtnmifjit author had girl'*' !high school in BalboaArwrMM
t*. munlripeJ >
l\Obcri\ 1ll.!! 1-tauuaIt l.f.D. CatiialaenuswMrs kilted In JtI'f'IOIt' I* b !held devoted the' tmrtmt atteottan P,.. ts aim di. QYaGP1. S'; SHOWROOMS
I. the recent masaarrti to the upt... at H *aUa, a... at IM to this atria. ) aced. ract ttH CMratannty titfhritUMl
FUNERAL HOME Conga aloe( with l.* frtte miles rwrti lit of ....w/ ,. lit made the rommant a* IkjrtrNM. H f'." Robert L White, Pr...

tan**, Dr I'sul Carlos and ....Ie be. rorttttlr, ,........ in aj4Iture ama aid. maintain an Mike MW cI I,..I AV*.rf CXf Hq' ......, f 2SenD
th* Rev Joseph Tuckn.n" Jjow nttt ta. govnm i .ms's mayor AnttrtfnPMnrri fit the Catkate Mt seer SIeevrNnw 0,,.... T..w..I /eild'MqPRA
troofw reportedly ,..*] threesans'
ANI N.u..1 Catholic. WetEon
Pherw 677-9100) 1520 R- wood Europe..uses: *r< hefts. t Pr..n habit" tht tHy rawsrH *n4maor -Ctttftrtsxe
rh18c la 1ellhlJJ. ,Iron miamipal l .Merdi..
and spsetrhts of bleed. on UM
Holy Hill H a'...eiNl.., a lava IV ,11f. terry iasdug UMore. It .,W" *+K tfc.. Menial Film help asked
a.nW..C If UakyilnV" to'pMrd CWj's ,1..1iIC! Problems 1 TIM>I\'.\N\\t. India lS( i
that 14 Mea..IK \altra RaM. '
mltakaarykxUfet .,. 1'.1! saMtTV -The main foal of elfll"I ,
af IW rebels core lalH twemr || t''kal .*. erkanf elattawrttMM ........, film 01'...* slvxi a 1 1t
Ula then. ._5 ., s* la( Jt fadwHcl'rtXe
wrtb. th.w ..U &laidSW .. M mat a pxtrtivt roorrMkM
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hiss Oli"tf MrTartr. 30, rr"r4 uPC'rr4 aMt tkwtr ....... start*. aaj ki.. M a nikiiraj maniiniaiwtt ,
both of...i4nn and! Mr Do- In rebel war h/a.teyv llVla affirm a 4 Nm l M a .st.rwturti "" ...,. life it was ". Builds
ARDUINI OF ROME teas Bars, of Calgary. Alberta early" l>rtemhrr, "art teq nratt .b* jrmmHtfM .m .....1Md at the tint I'* ,

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I I Fight: The! Florida Catholic frfelij- .Ian *, MRS!

Postpones series I r

Comingon New Sudan riots threaten

Catholic Hour events

\\'.\SIlli'Wl'IThe! ( 1 h1. ..1... II... fah.. ...... Christian missionaries
Council of Catholic fit.. ....1.' .......... Nd .....hne
National ,. .,.. t
.x 'Iou In.-.1 I I.' Aol.
Men has postponed<< a four. ..... ...". ., ....In ......... KAMPALA, frganda (NC) Bloody rioting betwcen .
part Catholic (Hour television wui ... ....111.... Negroefl and Arabs in the Sudanese capital of

series on marriage scheduled Card party January 9. St. Khartoum during December has posed new (

for showing' on :NBC-TV Joseph' parish hall\. 2025 Lake- the small number of Christian missionaries I

thift month new Avenue, St. Petersburg, that country. It t
I\lal1ln" \\oik executive 1 p.m parish guild, sponsor It
Mobs of Arabs stormed Into the Negro +
director! of :NCCM 1. cited the Silver reception January "
"No Priests'! and
Khartoum shouting t
concern of various persons 10, 3 to 5 p.m., Notre Dame more
ever its discussion of birth Academy 6533 Ninth Avenue the churches'!" Several mission buildings t

control He said In vie of the North, St. Petersburg. and nearly 200 persons died The Arab
fact that this n still under Day of recollection Jan before the street fighting to the violent

discussion at the Vatican nary 11, St James Church, ended. Glaring that I

Council that the holy rather Orlando, 9 to 11:30 a.m., rather a "the only (ones)

has personally instituted a Larson J. Elliot S.J, retreat Kansas for the Incidents." ;
special study commission on master, Catholic Women
the subject and at the same 's Club, sponsor The smoldering

time has recommended a limitation Day of recollection, Jan to Wisconsinfor between the two

of public discussion nary 16, 9 a.m. to 2:30: p.m., exploded on
It had been decided not to St Joseph Church, St. Peters- when a large
5 Bishop
discuss lion the Catholic burg, Court St Ann 1645 Cath. groes assembled
1 toum to
Hour at this time olic Daughters of America, airport
S.LISC: ( ) Pope Paul Minister Clement )
sponsor; Father Eugene: T, ,
He noted that the postponement ) i Frederick Negro and a
VI has named Bishop
Bannm S.J., retreat master
would permit (those who Chicken lasagna dinner, I W )Freking of Salina, they waited a \

had expressed concern to Holy Name parish social hall, Kansas to be Bishop of LaCrosse was struck and ;

slew the programs and eval-- 5824 15th Avenue South Gulf. : Wisconsin Bishop airport by a car
gale their true worth: Freking succeeds to a see Arab. Infuriated
port January 17. 4 to 7 p.m.,
It was pointed out. In this (for reservations, call Mrs. n left vacant by the death of attacked and

connection that on June 23 Fred Ramcrl! at 342.6142.Hen's New Priest at Oldest Mission Bishop John P. Treacy last attacking then marched bothI

1964, Pope Paul M speakingto night, January 17. 5 October

a group of Cardinals] disclosed to 9 p.m? St. Andrew parish Monsignor John P Burns Cathedral gnor Burns left and his' pal :t."JnI'r. Born in :Minnesota on August Arabs.
11. 1913, Bishop Freking A short time
that he directing hall Orlando Holy Name So.
is a welcomed the Diocene newest Mrs Domenica Salvador the Priest'sgrandmother
studies in Rome into : ( <:
completed ran a larger
of how scientific( eietv.
study new \ sponsor. Priest Father Michael S Williams toSt Mr and Mrs John B.
social 1 and psychological Dessert card party January and was ordained at the North Arabs near an

truths" may affect the 23, 12:30: p.m.. Transfig- Augustine last week, where he offered Williams of Assumption parish Jacksonville American College in Rome. Protestant N

Church's teaching on birth oration parish social hall, St. a Mass in the chapel at the Mis. and their eon Father Williams \s a newly ordained priest. toum As the 4

control Petersburg. sion of Nombre de Dios before return In the background la the statueof in W38 Bishop rckmg served many Negroes t

Dessert card party, Jan ing to Home to resume his studies at Father Lopez the diocesan Priest at as assistant pastor in Minnesota mission compound

The Holy Father had added scary 2J 1 to 4 pm.. CI\ the Noith American College Among who offered the first Mans on the spot Later he was chancellor They were
that In the meantime the traditional diocese of \\l-
Hall 263 6th Avenue South In Arabs who broke .
If-achlnK of the St. Petersburg those present at the Mans celebratedat 400 years ago this coming September nona. lie was the first editorof service in !: maorits."I

9 am. December 2C! were Monsi- t
Church as explained by I'ope Dame January 23, K of C the Umona edition of Our those inside to ,

Pius MI is binding hall\, 1501 Hendncks Avenue, Sunday Visitor newspaper of into the streets h

St. Petersburg, Assumption the diocese now called: The of them were ; I
It therefore seems; opportune t''
around the worldModern Courier and published Inde.
to recommend" he had Parish Guild, sponsor. Church |>
The mission and
said "that no one should for Rummage!: sale, February pcndentlv: of the Visitor' s>stem -
burned I
were !
the time being, take it upon 5 and 6, 19 Magnolia, Eustis, deadllJII Press closes of newspapersIlishop school was the r
martyr Many
himself to pronounce himselfin !St Maty: Altar Society, spon Ireklng was chancellor for the rioters.
terms from the SOMI:RSI.T: Ohio (\'i: I \ when he
differing of \ In"na was
sorDessert \ UopoiiiMMK: : (I\CI: ) -
: : \ GermanyC(: )
card party. ?cb- The Rosary Press operated I
norm in force Successive rebellions in the | named spiritual director of For four hours!
ruary 24 7 p.m.. Holy Name An eye witness report| by a Congo have taken the lives of since 18'K! bv the St Joseph the :Northtneriran College first day of p J
the death of her broth.
JACKSONVILLE parish social hall\, Cailfpoit, nun on 75 foreIgn Catholic mission- (Kasteini: I Province of the Do. in (tome in March I9UHe Arabs hurled I
Priest killedon
er, a missionary
for reservations call 344 5404.St minican Fathers. has closed sues at the
Augustine: ) I 0 1'1 d a, October 30 by Congolese! anes.mce )February, 11, down hete Resides printing held that position until bon) College

'' '' '',, Quadi'(centennial rebels] was read instead of according to statistics released the Dominicans" Rosary he was named BIshop of Salina -
"" '"'' ''' """' """ \ September here magazine ment troops
t 8. WECONOCAFt! >. the epistle at a Requiem Mara the \press printed theJosrphmul1 and was consecrated in
t 'llDinellt'JPATTI's for rather Karl \\cber of. Dl A. the Congolese Catholic Two other
\ It e v i e w. the Home on !November 30 1B7.He .
rrdlw Nv feud here by Bishop Hudolf rows agency said that three Torch and the Holy Name was Installed early in January near the CltI
Giaber of Keecnsbtug!: The Congolese] Priests had also Journal. of the next )ear and burned by
missionary's sister ho wrote been slain by insurgents during Some of the mob

.199qj f) the letter Sister Reinhildc, this period Of the foreign Slovak Bishop In CongoMissioners' urging a return

ttMWMt- ,...-*. was picsenl at the Mass. missionaries, it said 48 were trees of the
Priests 20 Sitters and 7 TORONTO (NO-A U S.- +1881981) when
,... 'rtop iff ta 15.1 i ,..ii1.,': .
Cu '11-I1I.ur..o.. .nil I 1".I'Ido4.' Crothers.! ( born Rcdemptorist Priest who lems in the Sudan

Joseph Marll, Mqr. Good wishes sentItaly's The agency said that 13 was raised in Czechoslovakia British and El)'

353.7419 missionaries I were killed in and escapes) from the Reds In killing nearly all

..tYExcellent 2J4 W. Fonyth St president the three months11'101'\ to the iy& was consecrated here as work/ saidhampered tian missionariesOn ,,

Belgian.Inited States air rescue Rishop and Apostolic| isitator the following
for all\ Slovaks of the Byzantine )
N MTI\N ('ITY (I\C-: ) operation>| in the Stanley, He groes were
Rite In Canada Is
RELIGIOUS BOOK Pope Paul VI I has sent a telegram villi' area last November 24. the streets! of
Rishop Michael i I RusnakC
of prayerful( good wishesto :Meanwhile. it was retried Arabs Thousands
& GIFT SHOP the leader of the Soci.il. thai as of December lr. there SS II. who will become IHirniDVIILK: ) ) (I\C'I- were herded

... no 'I". .tarA"n,"ill. .... )Democratic party GiuseppeSaragat were still 232 Catholic mil Auxiliary to Ukrainian )Rite The forced! evacuation of missionaries stadium by police

/ FoodTWO $1505Na010IE1 nilllk Minn Sin on his election! as "onarle.117 Priest and Rihhop Iiidote Bore
rill ( It" AKT .iRHIKT president of Italy Brothers and 115 Sisters arch of Toronto. confusion reigning in ported that !
JACKSONVK.lt( LOCATIONS ( Ilir. KIMI fllllltll in rebel.held areas in the Bishop Horecky\ was consetrator many areas of the Congo has were returning to

)KO ...... ii,.... ,._.. Mill A.II., .... Rood A .Illlril.."..., llicalicnn City daily northeastern region of the at the January 2 alter- left large: numbers of Christians ern part of the
Mill OrH'tt
714-IUI 3145441 hailed I'rciiidtiit Saragul ItSlorlhy Congo. noon ceremony at St. Milhaci deprived of spiritual then arc In the
Phon. 721 iO6S5XII.IaNII. '
"\ of the high mission i Cathedral, He was assisted .
assistance. Bishop Louis Jansen
,,,\\, \\ \\"' \\\'\\\"1W r
he is about to take on Death of ad man by Rishop Nicholas T. S.M M, of Isangi declared I
leNd aro 'IV' rN/.owe ln4n
hlko: of Pittsburgh. and Auxiliary heie, .
Osscivatoie Romano also 1'111L1fFI.l'1111'i: Bishop Joachim S.>gedi w11w'.rir..tMI. -,.... ...- -- -.M..... I
EA'Sl .RLtNG' PHARMA: : y recalled his a..A i..x.. h. O.....
friendship as Keejuiem MusI as offered inSt of Kruevci Yugoslavia.Consultors In a statement le the lopoldvllle 1.1 '- .
Italian ambassador in !Pans I. I'atrirk'a church here for Catholic news urncy = - ..- J I'I'I.

".... 1'.11.. tINr Pole a.5 NII'a1110155100.c.' ". IIr.Orlnirnl. with the late Pope| JohnXXIH IIV' Il'arnrv. 63 adver. lilt, Belgian.born linn- -.. -:.= -;:..";';''n

rr.. rirliip. mill 11.119.. rr l.......... .unit 0.4. II.. then aMistolic| nuncio lifting manager since 1940 of \\TIC\N ( ITY (I\rt-) op James emphasized' that 575 ..W. 1art ply P-_ S...... Phv.aw i
mil nimdini "Id tt &111. i.1111 also his
to France It recalled .
the Catholic Standard and only In a few places havemlssinnsrlrs
Nit J.mm.t Mil ill-IIDllI rope Paul \1 I has named Father
| I
P. '''1' Hil\I "....."...... defense of Pope Pius XII Times Philadelphia arehdwctsdn Uric Deste 0 S H. and been able U g*

against charges: that he had newspaperMr Father Joseph. Lconardi O back In their' work Immediate- INSURANCE I

failed to take firm action : Ikfarnry.lho died Carm., as conaultors of the Iv after liberation bv theCongolese Fire Auto Life: Horn or ButmtM
against nazi atrocitiesRut Christmas Ese of a heart attack Congregation of Sacramental national army. HENRI A. MONTEAU I
much of Italy's rightist had his own advertising I .
Disc'iplinc. "In order to allow them to j
press deplored (Piesident Stiragat agency here the ItV MeCarmy -
go beck and pomblv residein i 1) Wettern llmon ; ,
election it Ill'lIS
: s calling a Company atone
EodAjC5akakFLORIDA victory for the communists time advertising repre. Council'snew their dioceses. several conditions .' Phone 229.1911 T''II'> Flood t
should be satisfied. ,
')'hc rll'l'llI1nIllS made necessary tentative of Extension; magazine .
the prelate declared! He said
bthe resignation of agenda the population must be fa\ "THE HOME OF GOOD IMPRESSIONS'TLE 1!
former President Antonio I I
Nun dies orable to their return 'w hie hIs
Segnl because of illness under study I
often the ease. but moreover VT.B.V PHI KTIK G
III,MM EI.T.ew: Perk the ieopleMwld he ra
(10llIther) :Mary Geraldine I
1',1TIC.1If5' f\fI-: pable of protecting them

70 who served from 1947 The Second) \atuan Council against, gangs of youth and 102 South T.mpa Strut Tampa. Fiord' I
NATIONAL until 1459! as mother general' 'fourth and final rebels still
agenda at its wreaking havoc M.nb.t Client: The King and<<1 Saved Heart .r:1M1: !
of the Sisters of st 1 Dominnof
session was discussed at a in certain areasFntire .
BANK Of JACKSONVILLE BUuvelt. died' here on IVi meeting of the council preneVncy : dioceses have been

ember 27, after a long illneA represented! by its evacuated Ikela Isaml Bun

-N.r rw -.. r.--....-.-NNw INNN.YN.NzjI dean Eugene Cardinal Tlsserast ta, K...... Btita Doruma GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES

Among the l't'nvl'nl.lh.r" the coordinating commission and in several ether dmeses:

..u..u. BftMtl Sisters are mourning the headed bymleto like Mauley vilte. VI a hi" i .
STEAKSThunderbird death of the Blauvelt superior ('ardlnalnt'olnanl. and other Hondo :
,... .r ...... 10. ,...... are those at Davtima I Death NiangaraVamba. the
council met !
01. 5 Sill. a.ennes. They on missionary permute about
and Ormond na'h.lhl'I' December 39. which M newt has .reached
Dominican Sisters staff dux Is still be .
us. waiting to rescued
c;an and parochial: high and Some of the agenda of tile ," lire prelate pointed HUGH EDWARDS INC.
grade: schools. session was at least indicated out

NNIANN.N.NNNN NNM lour schl'm.rf'lIl1011. liberty Bishop Jamen declared alto 41 Jt'rr TWO "r>om FROM
the Church the modern
that Church authorities are /T. FATRICKt MRUH AND KHOOLX.

RnTAUIAMTStrvfaf Subscribe now world! missions ad very much proofcnpied about X. sal Are calk ..,..,
priestly hI. and ministry the fate of the
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cession during the seismn be-
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and Equipment behaved M a wendertal. and

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Prelafe.member views Mne The Florida Catholic, Friday Jan. 8, ID6S

Two schools of thoughtin In Canada Mass guideSUNDAY

liturgy commission Postpones January 10
Feast. of the Holy Family

(Mass! of feast, Gloria
HOBART Australia (XC-The) Rome commission +e! y Nr TN, changes in Creed Preface of Epiphany -

entrusted with the task of shaping the Mass of the future ,)

is fairly evenly balanced between member whose rod I.. f Ar liturgyOTTAW MONDAY. January II

to restore the simplicity of the Eucharistic celebration (Mass of first Sunday after

of the early Church and those seeking to adapt the Mass r1r (NC) The Ca Epiphany Gloria, 2nd Prayer

to the 20th century the Australian member of the radian Catholic Conference of St Hvginui, Prefaceof
has said here. commission has postponed the genera Epiphany, or, feast of
f changeover to the use of the St Hyglnus Mass of the
Archbishop Guilford Young of Hobart said that voting \ vernacular in the Mass until Epiphany Gloria, Preface
:meetings of the 4 t-mem. March 7. of Epiphany )
ber commission has beer tury.for example In the fifth ten. The body of Bishops had an. TUESDAY: January 12

lose. nounced last July that the (Mass of first Sunday after
"They balanced
He said in an interview last those who by changes were to go into effecJanuary Epiphany Gloria, Preface
'nonth with The Standard, mainly 1. of Epiphany)
adaptation of the
'atholic weekly here' liturgy WEDNESDAY. January 13
"By training and scholar. to the 20th century. ;:Ji" f But the conference stated Commemoration of the Baptism .

hip. some members of the "This Is the constantly re. that the use of English or of Our Lord. (Mass as

ommission and some of the turning problem .( the relatlon > French In the Mass: has been In missal for January 13,

xperts called in for assist- of the modem to the tri .t ,-V put off until the first Sunday Gloria, Creed, Preface of
of Lent because the new U.
nce are inclined to make ditloaal Archbishop Young Epiphany
redomuiant what was done, noted. turglcal books could not be THURSDAY, January 14
J completed In time, St. Hilary (Mass of a doctor -
"AU recognize the value of Gloria 2nd Prayer of
The English rituals for the
receives tradition but the difficulty is St. Felix Common Preface -
ope ,
administration of the sacra
to make Commentators for at St. Andrew'sFather
sure that in holding new liturgy how. .tFRIDAY.
issionaries inenti were completed,
on to inherited values rich In January 15

Africa content, we do not slip 1m- CTi11. Kennedy C.PP.S, form the new function for the lay. EmU Cook, George Ray Ernest ever missible, and as English of January wan 1. per Put St Paul. (Mass of feast

o Perceptibly into archeol- assistant pastor at St Andrew man in Misses at the Orlando par Eifert, Thomas Birley Frank Gray; the CCC said that the use of Gloria, 2nd Prayer of St.

VATICAN CITY (. C-) oglsm."On. Church in Orlando poses with the lab are from left, front row, Joseph third row, William Aberwald, Wile French in both the Mass and Maurui, Common Prtfice.)

ope Paul M has urged a the other hand, in recognizing panah'a lay lectors and comments- Wheatley William Seejers, liam Brockman, Robert Kraft, the administration of the sac SATURDAY, January 1ft

roup of some ISO missionarynests actuality the of the immediacy 20th and ton who trained for two months Victor Godlewskl, John Levell James Agnew, Henry LeBcl, Bert raments was postponed until St. Marcellui I, (Mass of

and Sisters on their we must not fad to give century due, prior to the institution of the Massin Phillip Bartlinjr Silas Fisher Kremp and Edmund McDonald. March 7. one or more Supreme Pontiffs
to Africa to be good Gloria, Common Preface
ay orkers for the Gospel In that place to tradition. W. cannot English facing the people on November Charles Ferrell; second row, Not present for the picture were French However. English substituted and for .)

oubled continent compose a Mast as If it had 29. The 23 men who per Thomia Gagnler George Nader Francis Krupa and Martin Dudek. the former were Latin in readingthe SUNDAY, January 17

Recalling a recent audience never been celebrated be. 2nd Sunday after Epiphany
fore." -- ------ lessons and in rro:l.lm.
pith a group of Religious just (Mass of Sunday Gloria
log the Gospel list February,
turning from the Congo the Archbishop Young said that Orlando parishintroduces Variety in booksMeaning The Canadian changes!: provide Creed Preface of Trinity.)
here they suffered much" liturgy commisnon metfrequently
for the vernacular Inmost
U lit Pope Invoked "every when the Bishopswere now of the Liturgy of the

'-\cn1y blessing on that na. u Rome for the ecumenical of feast days explained Word-up to and Including ORLANDOWINTER
and work
council is
bind all other nations in hymnal missal the Creed, But the Greek of
now well advanced on rewriting -
.' that great and beloved African the Is to be retained.The .
continent for and the missal. He said that UTTHK ttf'f'IIal'ru.: ." Urge circulation magazinesand : ire 'the first the Kvrle PARK
peace TIIF.SK Offertory Is to be In the
progress, both spiritual and much attention has also been ORLANDO-Lay partlclpi by Father Karl Be) of these, five are from In "The Amer vernacular, as is the Sanctus,
given to revising the Divine lion in the liturgy it a reality; the Saturday Evening Post -- "
material nr. S.J., trmnilated by Fithrr kiln Todav,' ....rl.*. Small the Lord's Prayer, the Agnus
Office. There .ill be I new at St. Andrew Church hersFather an unthinkable situation onlya BARNES
John Shea S.S! 11,11- In sire I but written b of the
) |Ilf'r. prayers Jlf'00I'le'
Addressing the new milonarles balance in the Scripture readings William G. Nelder year or two, ago. It Is debatable
from Carious eonregitlons writings. of great theologians C PPS., pastor reports lot con. lUltimore. Ill pp. ,whether this Is the result Sons with nlf'rh'ncan,1| I'ostcommunion. Communion and hymn the, dismissal the. HOOK COERIN'S.. Tae.HIKH .
whom he receded of the past and this new year, he his provided $3.50. of the growing maturity ability In each field they ESTIMATES

'n' audience list month Pope other forms of prayer pew copies of a combined This is another phase of the of readers or of editors, but admirably give a quirk and final blessing differences SOOt X. Or.r.e Orla4erniriKTi .
aul said hymnal and missal. work of the renowned Father if the trend continues and view I of the subject niatti-r Thus the major (/.lydea J.SUT
As for the email work ef from United States, linage are
The congregation leaves Karl Banner a series of grows It will be cause for re- The titles
new are:
!If all sons of the great the council Archbishop Young in the Kvrle and the! PoMcom-
these missals in the pew meditations on 16 great feist Juicing all around. "The American Newspaper ,
atholic have said that Its documents munlnn,
family the
from Sunday to Sunday. Use of the Church. ." by Alvin Sllverman. eras r"nTot
right to Implore a blessing Intended te be starting points Another striking' fact about
of the hymn cards and Erg Robert ft Luce, Inc. \Ni>hington LEWIS-COSI
from their common father of new thought, ace Inltiathe They were erlglnilly pub this collection Is the largenumber Hoss CO.
huh translations of the
77 ft,8).
\ all 1 the more so do those hn.the and new life U the Church. Ilihrd la Munich la IMJ. and ol stories devoted Ie pp
mike It possible he says, for Dullness and the Amer lnfvrmrat.4' 1111
right who abandon family hive new been translated and the trials of youth MOUNT \F.ll\OV: New ., .
the psrticlpstion Inn MIUM4 l> -PJ a. 1101Iul..4.
and country to go and bring The council is carefully congregational published Is the tailed Stiles. lean Government by Karl York |NC) Itenulem Mail .11.....
the good news of salvttion totheir avoiding "definitions," he desired-"and their singing In six stories the central Sihriftglesser, Robert li., for physicist Victor F lien,
brothers far said as it li seeking to avoid and responses fill the There li fine food for mditition character are children or Luce Inc., Washington. (11II a faculty member at ford-
away. formulations which might I church at each Miss" h<. here too, ai Father adolescents, and young people pp. II >S, ham University for 23 years,

"trap thought or fin the con- adds. Rihner discusses these major play major roles in many "American Crafts and was offered on December 21 tert5rrrLlr. .. /
i ORLANDO turning development of understanding The original 23 lotion and feast days, helps to bring out others All these are skillful Folk Art.." by Erwin o. In St, Ursula'! church here.Hen. ri>i .al".unrxiNrAII. ruralornu "

of the inexhaustible lay commentators Invited to their meanings more fully! pieces, but a reader trying to Chrlstensen. Robert B, I.uce, HI, died on December iri.ti irrrtittHI
, WINTER PARK divine mysteries" tike part in the parish Mm more completely ind more iwillow the book at one gulp Inc \\ashington. W pp. $1 95, 18 at his home of pneumonia. ., (lift0 tease
He added: program spent two month effectively touches the mind may feel a certain impatiencewith a "American Are hI.\ c. lie received the Nobel Prize moot iteriitsiittcri

f "The council documentswill training fit their positions, and hurt of the reader close analyses of the turf" by Thomas H Crelgh- In 1936 (for Mi work In drtett irti
prove to be grest and before the new liturgy west By Floyd AadersoinnrjIK problems of sensitive children. ton. Robert fi. Luce. Inc Ing coimic radiation. During

JIM BLAKE solemn stimuli to the intellectual Into effect, the First Sunday IWt American Washington. U pp. $1 95, hu long career he scored BRADFORDSStationers

Omni SLTPLYFURNITURN spiritual and organita- tn Advent Their practice Short torlei: 1941,'. Inevitably such a diverse 5 "Soclil Security In Amer- many other notable achieve

tional! movement forward lathe made It possible f>* the men edited by Martha Foley collection, any one reader let," by VMlllim Lloyd Mitch menu' Including work In theletetttofl Inc.'

OFFICE iirrrLiEtMl Church in the moth century to become Integral members tad David Burnett Hough will have his own special favorltei > ell. Robert B Lute Inc of radioactive fall.

T4 ltXX of the group with the Priest ton !MlffllA. Boston SW and unfivorites. This Wishlngton. B3 pp. 1199 out and radiation pnlMwing JlO ,.,. A... South

) Ko. Orlando Ate. W.P. at each Mass $3. reviewer was particulirly Impressed Each has a Hit of lugget- 11.11US named to the I'on- Phone Ml 4-77)1
Father Cyril J Kenned pp. by May Dikeman's"The iflril' Academy, of Science In
Gary's Duck Inn In of lions for further reading, mil Wlft,. Park
CPP.S. assistant pastor t ,. This latest the series Woman Across the irrhllecture and Rome In !'.jj\1.\! He held hon. f
eys ti A aui. sea ... trained the lectors and lay annual Foley,Burnett inthologiei the ones on
Street a taut little study of of story degrees from a numberf ROYAL PLAZA
business hive
rites /e5N5 as.sea. .
Houseof The bears witness to what
commentators men .r.
ir rater ..,.'... callousness; Paul Ilorgan's"Black terms, universities, I including l i ,h. 47.jOO Muring;
formally Invested' by him al cm only 'be called a revolution "
IV Beet Ft*** 44 4.liltIW Snowflikes. an e<- Fordhim and Loyola Unlvers Hit. a <.,.. '!1..-..._
the 13 IS noon Mass on November In the field of the Amer
I*. er. BL ..a cerpt from his novel "Thiiiii The treatment' Is naturally It, In Chicago
srr 22 the week before kan short story the invasion as They Are" about a small a rather simple one, since
: fysr is they begin to function! They' of the 'slicks" by high quilit 00,'. education In the meaning these ire small bunks<< but

reid the comments and Invite fiction No less thin asses of of death, and ReynoMiPrice's they do give basic Information FRANCES O'HEIRDISTINCTIVE O'HEIRS

MIN f swr i..l.l .. .s..b... lit and stand at the appropriate Fares of Heroes" a moving those beginning to become GIFTS Fine Feed Hereloan.
DAY Line tmes interested In these sutytrlsHy Choice. G.estioq C.fd. .aa51...tL...art"l1.
STEAK. speeches account of the relationship a..o!> k. M ... 4
SKEWER! Fei U OeriuAf: between a boy and his father. Floyd Anderson M.tl.,4, ( ... .--., tM4 U"l.. Ml I.Kit
1"u" Ml 44)71 44171 MftUnJ, 515105 4051 11110 r.N4..4
Fr Girls a ley 1\\\\ VATICAN1 CITY(NCl-Thi There are familiar names other Illlrl -
"(anhsstd ct" .."" I4WM ... .. MtM speeches of Pop Pul VI here Milamud, MeCulleri The Heart and. Mind of ----
....I.d Ova SubscribeNow during the first year of his Swadoi, Warren and so on- John XXIII" by Munngnortarts
TK Op i. MtartKI1.50torfl.$1.90 pontificate hive been It""' and also newcomers All In Capovilla, Hawthorn,

> Herman J. Htidrieh bled In a book entitled OK- all a rewarding and exciting New York IW: H MM In- WOTKfN

t G..d u I -.1 coral al Pofwlo di Dto" collection finale retails lions of the
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lit ...... ,.... ... *....Wee collected In
.snAls DISuno- nsvu5 seas p..te speeches French takes issuehook's OttAKOO ,ARCGRAY'S
the bock number (t and Include prelate

some of the brief nhortatiooi -
RUGS .4 c..lms N.
I Way let live U Meilerey .e M.*4.w lr..k\ At ..? UNOIIUM-HOC* TILE the Pop. give to with pretensions JEWELRY

W* hays a tau ''''|.'4 fee yew family FREE ESTIMATES Patera

DEMETREE BUILDERS fti. Ml 4-7102, Wi;.... ,.'. cite the noonday AngthM with PAKH' << (:.NC) The success of a recent book which
him. lasers that a new "breed of progressive rr .u" U seeking Watch and Antiqu. Clock Repair

SWT K..t (.I..UI Drift CX 1-l.tt There Is an tndes, and a to bring about a marxlat social order has prompt*] 2001 [ .pw.sa Dr, GA Mt74 N..t t. PiUs
written by Archbishop
the executive
Angelo ().Aro.ua<< of the Papal censure by
MOUE MOTORS Secretariate' of Kite, vice |*reMent of the French see whit was at tM core ft F./. 41 Y.."
SCHWEERS GULF SERVICE aWl'..'ia. ateu council certain Irntitsui attitudes ._ r... LMI Dlahopa'
w. Spee aGw M. ...4o_ ,.._ The novel l, "The New Prieiti)' tMi) what FIRST
MeW TUNE4JPS ...4 MAKE WO IKIEAK rw t.nI. FAIRVIEWCtetnen Prletts b> Vlxhel de SamtPierre desire te live u thu sometimes O AT WINTER PARK
O ... C'..... a .. M aMa TI.Gl wtbrMled ardor bawd
WHEEL AUGNlNft' ..IU 1 laundry ass published la early w.ti111UST DCPAKTMENT T.Upk.: 447.1000
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, "' 42334 O. ...4. D.p..bbi. 7.b,4q Cars "){>.es, lit overall thesis. Is ant a world Writ u spiritually M.k.f F,DI 1 C,

, tilt......|a...*..,_r.t..Mr, Or'-'. ", the that French a sue*We clergy percentage has de.of of adrtft the details, And.., even tM if twb all Ado, $j. .fe H......, ....s.w. M0.ees..e.04; ; '........1 teems

AFTER CHRISTMAS natured: the mesiife of the were true, .lneM.| tH M
CLEARANCE Gospels In order to serve Jrrt- vs-tIC owe,, (that weld. not

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Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 8, 19(53(
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Greets Bishop Reh INSURANCE

Pope Paul VI greets the rector of the North
American College in Rome, Bishop Francis F. Reh,
at a private audience hut month for 62 newly or.
dained American Priests and their families The
Pontiff urged the new Priests to let their lives
shine as beacons for all men to follow"

Consolation of God's love FOR ALL AGESI

said aid to flood-stricken

SANTA ROSH (?>C)-Bishop Leo T. Maher of Santa
Rosa has urged Catholics in his flood.stricken California .
diocese to be consoled by the infinite love of God and to ,
link their suffering with THESE, LOW I LOW I PRICES!!
children's ,
that of Christ's Passion. clothing non-per. ) 0 .
ishable, high-protein foods -
In a letter to the people of and items such as flashlight

this ocese northern, the Bishop California also told di. and batteries PT

those afflicted by 10 days of ILJ pii;
Pontiff asks
storms that he has asked all
in the diocese to offer help $: *

In the de meantime Paul Societies, St. Vincent in prayers for ALIItiI

northern California emptied flood victims
their warehouses of clothingand jj _
food They are seeking ,
rnnllnurd fees pai II L
additional supplies foric victims; wars and guerilla
tims of the Christmas floods battles in various stales which
and snowstorms. have afflicted and caused suffering ADULTS ADULTS ADULTS
The societies In the Santa to entire populations: __ _
Rosa and Oakland diocesesand news of our missionaries, of
60 & OVER I
the San Francisco arch. whom 300, we ate told, are in .
diocese' joined federal state the hands of those who are
and other local relief! agenciesIn not at all well disposed toward
recovery programs In the these innocent, defenseless -
flood northern.battered California area Damagein is estimated and anes""The meritorious minion t I 4 CHILDREN 048 W PER MONTH 1A

at least $315 million.

At least 41 persons are' dead disturbed joy, but of (not hrlstmas trust In Is 1 HOSPITAI I PLAN I THAI CANNOT IE ANGELED
and damage: totals nearly $700 dod, which must increase," ,
million/ 'in (the fit estate area Paul said.Meanwhile .
'of California, Idaho, and Oregon(1'esada., Washington the Vatican announced (I WE THAT YOU CAN t KEEP THE REST OF I YOUR I UFE

that the Pope has
A coordinated effort( by sent special telegrams of con

blankets area groups St.sent and Vincent eight clothing: de tons Paul Into of flood dolence victims Joseph to U.T.S.through McGucken West: Archbishop Coast of. :-- LEARN 1 THE TRUTH! YOU CAN BE INSURED REGARDLESS OF

!hard.hit Eureka, California San Francisco and Archbishop
The supplies were flown /in by Edward D Howard of Port. AGE OR l PAST l HEALTH( HISTORY' HSS
the Air Force. In Eureka, thesocletY'1 land, Oregon:
store has been operating A similar telegram] was
on a 24 hour a-day ba. sent to Archbishop Thomas American Income Rated
sis. Cooray of Colombo, Ceylon The above rates include:
Other relief actions Includedair following a violent storm and -
shipment fli( $3000 worth of resulting tidal waves that /I + HOSPITAL ROOM BENEFITS '
new children clothing by claimed 1000<> lives In southern ; SURGICAL FEE BENEFITS SPECIAL NOTICE!
India and northeastern Ceylon
the St. Vincent de I'uul group: AMBULANCE EXPENSE
In Santa Rosa in cooperation @ BENEFITS f

,with Vngelei.!Sean Roebuck of Los Cardinal Tien ill ( by America's HOSPITAL EXTRA BENEFITS You can apply even if you have had aserious
TVIIMI. Formosa (:tCI) Ltrftit IndependentPohcyboldm illness such as cancer, heart
The San Francisco de Paul BENEFITS (HCl)
society sent $2000 to Father Worshippers for Thomas here Cardinal included RtprttngStn'l trouble, diabetes and be covered for

Patrick Gleeson of Our Lady prayers Tien S,V.D., in their Christ these conditions)
of the Redwoods parish, Gar. DUNNES INSURANCE REPORT
mas observance' The exiled
berville for people of the r form HISI
Archbishop of Peking:, 74,
area A San Francisco spokesman
now apostolic administrator
for the society said the D*
of Taipei suffered a heart attack
agency is now seeking warm t
on December 22.
Unconfirmed Cardinal Turn returned to / 1
Formosa In September aftera
1 1i 1t
vvncvv CITYc< ) visit to the Inited States
Neither the Vatican nor the during the summer months
Dominican Republic embassy ten than a week after the
to the Holy !See would confirm heart attack hospital authorities 1 e
reports that Pope Paul said that the Cardinalwas i
VI had been officially muted improving steadily"and
to visit the Dominican Republic was expected to leave the '
hospital about three weeks I I" 1

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They reflect the 400th anniversary of the founding
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rcndez\ dc Aulea This tag, selected from those
available in Orange County features the historic

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Oldest City. Arch Uvingaton Florida motor
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\ A special! law was paaaed in the tilt

legislature' slogan in Florida for thin providing)'eu'. for tags such When an the appropriate YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE A RESIDENT"OF FLORIDA TO APPLY

license tags jro oti ale In Florida, February 1, 0 ,
upwards of 2.500.()<,0 M'hklnull 'pl't'alllhc' word ,
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