The Florida Catholic

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The Florida Catholic
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Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
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Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
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Monsignor McLoughlin Monsignor Bartok Monsignor Scully Monsignor Jordan Monsignor Burns

ilieftoftda Holy Father gives honors


Catholic"OL to ten diocesan I Pr 'f fests,

ST At 1'SnSF.-lIoMra have come to the Diocese _

of SL Augustine from Vatican City with the announcement
VOL. X\U No. 17 Orlajido MoiWa Friday, Irbruaiy 2 6. 19f1o" 20, this week that TVtM .I'.ul1__!. his given Floridafive

new [)oti'r''l; taand
Prelates, all of whom have
five new Papal Chamberlain .,n tel the Church well as s

has *. pastors of souls and ID set*

Martyrs The Holy Father hai liven .seal! capacities s
honors to the following:
The Papal Chamberlains
Monsignor Mark Me Lough1m -
honored by Pope( Paul are:
who has rendered distinguished
Monsignor Irvine Nugent 1 r Mw
service In the workof ,
dedication of school convert making who has served the Church in 1
his capacity as Chancellor of rr'e w
A, Bar
Monsignor e
the Diocese and as promoter ,
8.UtSOTAAnhbi hop Joseph P Hurley blessed which was founded by Almighty tok who has rendered distinguished of Catholic high: school educa d
servtte in the field
Sarasota'a of Mart school and the God when lie put lion
new Queen >ra cave of education and charity
I Adam and Eve together in Monsignor Terence J Far,
sermon at the dedication Maaa, Tuecday, February 16. Monsignor John P. Scully
He felicitated the people<< of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs the garden she hat rendered distinguished relly who has given distinguished
locatedat service In the field
The school la
parch and uid in part: service In the field
for parents today The mother B61J Pennsylvania Avenue of Catholic hospital sock.
-f fmj of secondary education.
The Christian la the
and father must give their in \bitfield Estates adiacent MonilRnor Mortimer Dan-
tough the enduring the indestructible children Individual attention, to the parish church, between Monsignor lIarold F Jardan her who has rendered distinguished
Monsignor Monsignor Monsignor'Nugont
cell of human who hal rendered distinguished
senirt in the field
and make the family strong U.3. highways and
society and of that supernatural and beautiful. =301> Designed by Thomas J service la the fields;., of Catholic education at aU Danaher Farrolly
society; glues us by Madden Jr AM of Miami, of lay organization and '!If levels,
God .which.. call the Church The most effective of ..ItIOCIt'tltl doe propagation of the Faith.
the structure was built by Mqnsignor James J lleslln (Ian Doctrine and in (he car
Uf In the is difficult is that primal one Monsignor John I', Hums ,
family K: M Scott< general contractor who has rendered distingulshed of athnbc.. : youth in secular ,f "
who has rendered distinguished
of Tampa. servk In the field universities
aervk-e In the fieldof
of Catholic lay organisations
Cardinal Beran The building has eight recruiting candidate for Monsignor, John F, Nells The I'rlrsts. wha were
rlaitrcoms, seating Kt pupils the holy Priesthood who has given distinguished aamed Domestic Prelates re
In a .*estry building The relied the tide IIf Right Itev
They are the Domestic service in the field t>( Chris-
design will permit the addition rend Monilgnor,
reaches Rome .f a second story wheaeccstary.
The honor of Domeitb
of families ,
Primacy l'r"lale-4'onlld.rfd a mem
KOMF. (NO-After more than 15 yean of Internment The sthool la constructedof her of the l'op"1| householdeven

and restriction by CiechnalovskU'a communist govern concrete btmk with fI' though nut a reildent of Fy
meat Josef Cardinal Reran of Prague was allowed to tenor trim of pmk mingle stressed at Mooney )Home Is retained permanrntly -

come to Rome three days before he waa made a member clay brick veneer In paneleffect by Its recipientThe

of the Sacred College by Pope I'lul1. It has Florida h pe HKWrTContinuing to vlait diocesan High dill III
Hia first statement on arriving here (February 19)) windows set bi prevail concrete ,. School. Archbishop Joseph| P Hurley<< last week offered Chamberlain is retained durIng ,

was to thank the Pontiff for bus promotion and say it frames, end tile window ),1..* for the atudenta and their families here He ad- the lifetime of the Pop
Classrooms It with his death but
sills throughout -
showed the Pope's "love far my dear country and all the walls dressed Cardinal Mooney High School students' at the expires It
have plastered the dignity may renewed
Catholics of Ctrchoalo Maaa, urging them to prayerful, consideration: of their
teal. prisoner"of the communists and ceiltfigs. vbtyl asbestos and usually Is, by the d
aka" tile floors and fluorescent own destines and to a ape- kneed the Arihbuhop to the ceased Pope's successor at

The new Cardinal cam Cardinal Reran reached lighting There Is a central vial respect for their faro'student, body. the request of the BIShop

here only three days after he Rome's Flumicino airport In heating system with oil as UK-. Ids Grace said In part: who has jurisdiction over the
had been described by a a sovietbilll Czechoslovak the basic fuel The present Father Joseph P Morsn, The Christian family Is the recipient of the honor Monsignor Monsignor
westers newsman as "a vir CARIII\,' page
70 ... ......r. .."'. -." I of state Its/ C""fl plan for granted to certain. Wells Hoslin
.. ..-...... you becaute that Is the. way m.mlJf'n of the clergy as a

the human race has been mark of papal recognition of \\u nn\n\\,\\\\\ .,.,,,.,,"'\\\\\\\,\"n"t'\
founded and that Is the wayIt their service to th* ('hurthMunslgnors ,
Is beta, continued The are entitled, tll Official I

family Is your way of life wear vestments of purple. .

until you' In the providence!
of God are ready to launch Evening Diocoso of St. Augustino

your own form of family .

whether It be the family Masses St Augustine, Florida
whkh we are talking aboutor
whether It be that other
I d The Chancery annrmnce4i that )Ilia HolineiiaI1
1 of spiritual type family allowed
of course, another one of *!* Paul VI haa given honors to the following

God's own masterpiecesi', the PriMta:
n, Atf.lHTINK-Th! :
Priesthood and the religious Mocrt Ileverend Archbishop The flight' KevereH M..n"lpof. Mark| J. MrlAiighlla,

se Lfe.The J..pfll' Hurley has grafitHirrmuainn Christ the King Pariah Tampa, Itameslk I'reUl&

I ss.r family Uses srere.eVare ( far the relebralinn ,
Tke Klghl flevereikjNnslgMr (harks A. lUrtok. SU
ever e erjthl.g else I.! of one evefflmf flaw MI
..,., as the sclera) tae Is week days between S p m andy ( barks I'srUk OrUnd. Itumeiiie. I'reUl

eMered It rails l I., )*.r P m when MAMMAS nr Tke IIlthi "rt" ,..ff ,\l.ii.lii.r labs F, Srnllj, St.
5 J'nUl'lbltk page t.\t\\fi: bark page I'slrlrk I'irlik.., Tampa. Domestic I'rrUl

The Right l>.er...d MnntlgiMf lUrcUi F Jordsa. As-

Prelacy conferred on s.mpuoa I'arUh, Jath."U", I"'m..t I'rrlal

Tke. ni M ItetereiKl M..n.1'..' I* Ilu,.., (,Ih.

sisal I'srltk, M ,\gmllne, llumetlk PrrUl
Msgr. McLoughlin
Tke Wry 'le( ere4U*."lg...r ''n I.. Nugent, Out

A loyal firpsi of la yearn dedicated to the program lady .< l_rds. lavish. l>*)t... |U.rh, Papal l lt

of liahera under the k.mberUlTke .
paat ral guklsnr
r Mark J M< r I/nighlin rep deed: eice"lwly when. word \ery KemriwlUntlgiMr. Terrace J farrelly,

came UX week that their ,flirts rf"'rt..1" In the >!t"y M. J._. I', ., "Papal l ( lumberUlaTke

of the newt that thrir past r Sad teen hosM**f by ""... \rry ltetere.4Uilf..r Mcrttmer lUa..her,

Paul \1 Uofuriffiwr, ),letnu(.hlta wsa named a DoIS..tuc tae JM p.rltk.., Jarks..HIM Papal| (bamherUI
Prelate with the title fRight
Reverend Mfialgnr.I that time regmiMi eWtj / the Tke Wry Reteread M..ilgnr James J. lletlla. 51
8e. cam v> tit* TsssaaH !'..1! Parish, Jfb.1fJe ttexk, Papal (kambrf
... .
The iMfttme' pa r f
a r treaty of his
access late!
Chad the' K-c ,.,.., 7.p. ...
Queen of Martyrs School dedicated ., ........... blrtawiQslr (sa VHt Vsnrsa fasti( U.sir....*warmth abs an.eartoh of. t.'t" Reverend Mo*.l .iMr J...h. F hells. St.

Us 4IIrecW ,.,.. Pn.e.e VNrMrel lary lark) HUlrr Turk, Papal l nl,....
sf w Coach
the P Noun
At the dedication of Oar lady dent of the school Aariatmg opts was emgratvlated
... \f.j m a .isisJMy asicrawtmt .......,.
Queen Arrhbtchofi were from the left. srym. the aesrsssrpUhswewl of tkstU program M dke f'oarfr* Mniiigs 141a.ugltii sb

Arrhbalwsp Ja.eph P Hisrley, left, Father James A. F'/yne and Father sudaeatwm kia new school tend, 'A M...... f>n tr ine MOM .hi* Tin .,int\\

bestowed ha beaar on the ato- Vjctorio Afuera. Father Jo- It ... got aurprisaaf. then, l'IU.L\cr. heck page ""u un",,,,",nu,n" ,n nunn,\,\\un"\,\\\ 1'V'u

Two The norMa Calholic, Friday, Feb. 26, loGS

Scully's parishin P Holy Name Banner j i 1iIJE

Tampa delighted rejoice with all the

W Diocese at the honors

bestowed by His Holiness, James J,

St. Patrick parishioners in Tampa and atudenta of r Pope Paul \1 I, on so many of '; 5, SicduliftaDloenss

Greater Tampa are rejoicing this week in the newly an. our Priests, and particularlyupon

nounced honors for Monsignor John F. Scully. Monsignor j Right Reverend Monsignor

Scully is pastor of St. Patrick parish and president of e9igtr ?v : i Harold F. Jordan, diocesan Pr..ldent
Tampa Catholic High School. He wax elevated this week moderator, Very
J. .,
by Pope Paul VI to the office of Domestic Prelate with Home and School Association formed at St. Michael's Heslln,Monsignor assistant moderator James HXI

the title of Right Reverend Reverend Monsignor -
Lourdes and Rome in the and Very
Monsignor.. summer of 1958. Father Leonard Duncan (at School Association. These women, cording secretary; Mrs. E. How. Terence J. Farrelly, good loves every man, can

Monsignor Scully was born When Monsignor Scully I left) of St. Michael the Archangel recently chosen to lead the Association ard, vice-president; Mrs. W. Do Central Deanery spiritual di we do less Especially sincewe

in Boston on May 14, 1924. went to Tampa to take up the pariah in Fernandina Beach haa for the next year were brosky president; Mn. C. J. Nls- rector. Holy Name men extend are so in need of His Iou

His parents, Mr. and Mn. Michael administration of the parishIn been very pleased with the workof congratulated by Father Duncan sen, treasurer; and Mrs. R. Miner, heartiest congratulationsto and mercy-wd It Is the only

Scully, were natives of St. Patrick's, there was a all the new Right Reverendand way to eternal life I
the newly organized Home and from the left, Mrs. C. Sanders, re corresponding secretary. .
Ireland Mrs Scully is deceased provisional church there. lie Very Reverend MonslgnorL We hear so many opinions

and the Priest's father has built a I6rlassroomschool lately (not from authoritative

resides Wollaston." accommodating 750 of should (for our sources of course) of what
AU pray
Massachusetts. Monsignor i pupils and a convent for
CatkottcFlorida attitude towards other
ReportsFernandlna Priests at every opportunity, our religions -
Scully's brother and sister-in- eight Sisters. He brought in vocations.The should be, that I was
and for more
law, Mr. and Mrs. Michael the Missionary Zelatrices very Interested in the following .
Scully, are residents of Wake- from Hamdcn to staff the Priests In the Diocese words by Father CharlesC.

field Massachusetts. parish school in Tampa justas Beach TampaMost Daytona Beach Sarasota and everywhere are doing Rooney OP. in "Scene

he had done earlier in Redeemer. of Ma.rt'nTh. wonderful work and we all Heard" in the December
Fin sears ago, Monsignor Michael the ArchangelFor Holy st. Paul Queen and

Scully became a Papal Cham- Pinellas Park.Monslgnor many months the parents The Ladies Altar Society of At a meeting of St. Paul's fourth annual card see and know their accomplishments Holy Name Journal:

berlain. It was a honor that Scully has been have been at work in St. the Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Women's Club Father party sponsored by Our Lady Wt also know "To instruct the IgnorantIs

came to him after several a diocesan consultor since Michael the Archangel School Church recently held their James Judge C.SS.R. of Queen of Martyrs Church how overburdened they could are be one of our spiritual worksof

jean of pastoral work on February of 1959. He Is alsoa organizing a Home and School installation banquet.The New Smyrna Beach, spoke to will be held Monday March and how much more mercy. There are so many

Florida's west coast member of the diocesan Association. This was a long following officers were the group on the "Position of 1, at 8 p.m. in Trailer Estates done with greater numbers. ignorant outside the Church

Board of Catholic Schools. felt need in the parish and Installed: Airs Delores Han- the Church in the World Today Auditorium To continue our brief and sometimes inside it, that

lie organized three parishes the response of fathers particularly kins, president: Mrs. Carolyn ," He outlined the history Mrs. Richard Rademacheris monthly mention of your Diocesan instructing them in 'the reasons .

and served as president of Tampa Catholic High and mothers has Antonini, vice.president; !Mrs. of the church, founded by general chairman with Mrs. Union officers, our for the hope that is in I

Bishop Barry I High School be- School opened three years been most heartening. Catherine Linville, recording Christ and His apostles. AI Ockuly, co-chairman.: treasurer is Johnnie II. Montgomery us,' is one of the greatest I
fore he was appointed to serve ago last September with Mon Mrs. Helen Niewinskl 922:! Mikael Avenue, have for
During the probationary secretary; Monsignor William J. Mul- Tickets may be obtained fields we apostolic ;
in Tampa. signor Scully as the president.The period the newly formed association treasurer; Mrs. Rita lally, pastor of St. Paul's, was from committee members or Jacksonville. A past presi.d.nt action. We must not, in these :

Monsignor Scully attended Diocese has provided was under the direction Fulco, corresponding secretary also a guest and gave a talk. by calling Mrs. Mark Peters, of two societies and diocesan days of dialogue with non- I

St. William School in Dor- Sisters of St. Dominic of and leadership of Mrs. ; Mrs. Patricia Smith, lie complimented Mrs. Murray ticket chairman, at 555-3408, marshall 1961-62. Catholic brethren, give the I

Chester Massachusetts and Adrian Michigan, and diocesan C. R. Long. parliamentarian; and Mrs. L McDonald, president, or Mrs. Karl Bruning at Johnnie has given many impression that a doctrine i I

Edward Everett School and Priests for the Tampa The election of officers Margaret Keeler, historian. on the accomplishments of 75V4143. years of service to his church that they hold is true, if it is I

Boston English High School. Catholic faculty took place recently and the Father John X Linnehanwas the club this season The public Is invited. Donation and is a fine representativeof not. We must be glad to show

lie studied for the Priesthoodat Under Monsignor Scully'sadministration following Is the list of those present and Father Mrs. Margaret Holland an- Is one dollar, and tickets the devoted men In the St. them how much of the truth

St. John Seminary in the school newly elected for 1965: Frank Goodman of the Holy nounced that the day of recollection will also be available at the Augustine Deanery. they do possess We must

Brighton, Massachusetts. serves Greater Tampa's Catholic Mrs W. Dobrosky, president Name parish Gulfport, was will be held in St. door on the night of the party February 21 was Catholic also be charitable enough to

Richard Cardinal Cushing, boys and girls of high ; Mrs. K. Howard vice- guest speaker Mrs. Frederick Paul's on March 9 from 9 Venice Charities Sunday and I'm show them how much they I

Archbishop of Boston, (when school age lie has seen to president; Mrs. C Sanders, II Schmidt presidentof a m. to 2:30: p,m. Father Neil sure all our members have have lost, through no fault of I

he was an Archbishop) or. the construction 0 f theschool's recording secretary; Mrs.C. the West Coast Deaneryof A. Sager of St. Brendan par. Kpiphaay: supported this collection. their own, and where these '

dained Monsignor Scully in first building of classrooms J, Nlssen treasurer; and the DCCW, was the installing ish, Ormond Beach, will con- The newly organized dome who will follow lost truths are to be found."
Certainly we
and convent and the and School Association of
the Cathedral of Boston. At Mrs. R. Miner, corresponding officer. duct the services.
Christ remember that It
additions of classroom School met on
first, the new Priest was an space secretary, CIA The women111 hold a
and a multipurpose building. Wednesday evening Febru-- was lie who made mercy and St. Petersburg
assistant pastor in St. Joseph Projects accomplished in The Catholic Daughters of card party on March 1 at the works of His
parish in Surnmerville and Monsignor Scully has been the past few weeks were the America Court of the Little 7'30 p,m. at the Elks Clubin ary 17.The charity
at St. Therese parish in supervising! also the construction installation of a new drinking Flower 1917 in seeking new Daytona Beach. meeting was presidedover Kingdom. i

Everett.In of Cor Jesu Home for fountain; classroom lighting; members sponsored a social St. Paul's tome and School by Mr. Thomas E. Power, riches, luxury, i i

October of 1953 he came the Aged, the diocesan facility preparation of the school tea on February 21. At the Association will sponsor a Boynton, president; along l feasting and idleness were \
e. .
planned by Catholic Charities with Sam Allison, vice president .
to Florida from Massachusetts clinic at which mothers who tea, a movie was shown on spaghetti supper in the school (land are) the attributes and .
to serve as Tampa's nursing trained in first aid the Court's activities.Jacksonville Mrs. Harry Britton,
on loan from the Arch. have been cafctorium on Tuesday aims of worldly kings but
bishop of Boston. Monsignor home for the aged. will attend daily. Shelvinghas March 2, from 5 p.m. to 7 secretary; and Mrs. James Christ taught us by His life d /4J3V
Ground broken in May Hunter treasurer
Scully decided to remain In was been Installed in the p m. Admission Is one dollar that the way to Heaven is in
for Cor Jesu and the residence Holy Kotwry"Living Mrs. James Fox, librarianand
the Diocese of St. Augustineand school library and office, per adult and SO cents per nursing the sick caring for
Is to be completedlater Dolls" will bt the Gray Lady spoke on the
devote his priestly laborsto Milk Is being provided for the child or three dollars per the needy and comforting the 1 St. P.4 skuh
this theme of the card and school and Sister Joseph -
on year. children and valentine party library;
the many challenges here. a family, regardless of size. afflicted.Let .
benefit show to be held by OSB. explained the 4445 frh street North ,
held for them.A ,
lie served as an assistantat OrlandoSt. party was Everyone is invited. be- us remember also that
the Altar and Rosary Societyof current reading program
successful bake salt
charity doesn't consist
very onlyof
St John Church in Hialeah Andrew the Holy Rosary Church at ing conducted In the school.
was held and the parents are Leesburg almsgiving, since that is
1955. That Monsi.
until year, The Ladies Guild of St. 8 pm.. March 1, at the Father William J. Kelly
now planning a rummage St. Paul only a part of Christian char.
became administrator Name Church
gnor Scully Holy
Andrew parish held electionson Army Reserve Center West opened and closed the meeting
sale to bt held In the near
of Sacred Heart Churchin February 10. These women 41st Street The last Sunday of each with a prajer. ity which is love of neighbors.
Punta Gorda. future. month Is designated as "Fam That love which sees in every JACKSON'SSHOES
will serve as officers for There will be entertainment The parents of the Children
The meeting enjoyed a very a soul created by God
In 1950, he was named to the 196508 term: Mrs. JohnF Informative movie by thecourtsy and refreshments The ily Day. Every family Is invited In Mrs. Miller's! room won person and so much loved and wanted

found Sacred Heart parish in o r s t e r, president; Mrs. of WJXT Television public Is Invited. to attend Mass togetherand the attendance banner for this by Him that lie gave us a

rinrllas Park. At the same Ralph Schnur vice president; Channel, regarding the comparison St Matthew receive Holy Communion month for the fourth and Redeemer Who suffered the DON BARDELLA

time he was appointed president Mrs. Leonard Cullen, record of the educational St Matthew Guild will I I I as a family If possible. fifth graders. inexplicably horrible ordealof

of Bishop Barry High ing secretary; Mrs. Paul systems in Pinellas and Duval sponsor two card parties on Exposition of the Most DeLand crucifixion Mtntr'

School In St. Petersburg.The Rely corresponding secretary Counties. Shrove Tuesday, March 2, in Blessed Sacrament is made st. Peter 441 CtnVtl Art. liMHI

he ; and Airs James Clark The President, Mrs Do- the parish hall, Blandmg after the noon Mass and family It Is a complete sellout for If God, Who Is Infinitely
following organized
year treasurer. broskl, In her opening address Boulevard The afternoon adoration periods continue: the Mardi Gras dance

sponsored r
two more parishes St. Jam** thanked all of the members party will begin at 12:30: p,m. until 7,30 p m. when the family by St. Monica's Circle.

St. Patrick in Largo and Mrs. Grace C, Walker for their cooperation and and the evening party at 8 rosary is recited and closing The gala affair will be held
Fowler & Inc.
Blessed Sacrament in Bay
be Benediction of the Most Payor
Americanism chairman of Refreshments will
pointed out the fact that continued p.m. Saturday night at the parish ,
Pines. Orlando Memorial Unit 19, will be served. The public is welcome Blessed Sacrament is given.In .
cooperation hall beginning at 9 p m with
Monsignor Scully brought American Legion Auxiliary very necessary for the future at both these parties. Tickets a day when numerous Norman Right orchestra General Insurance

Missionary Zelatrices of the assisted by Mrs. Josephine projects which the execu. may be obtained by calling threats face the Christian providing the music for dancing. 121 Ninth Shut North 196-11)1( 1 St. Petenw9.r.
Sacred Heart from lIamde:!,
Marsh, president presenteda tive board is planning and Mrs. Robert Raymond, general Family, there is the comfort- Mrs. Daniel Lasrellea
Connecticut to Pinellas Parkto
to the St. 3118 7154 log thought that "A family
flag recently which will be directed by chairman, at was reservations chairman.
teach and the Sisters
; Mercy Massachusetts James School. Mrs. Howard who is assuming A most interesting meeting that prays together stays together Women of St. Bridget Circle JLu hludr.udenf
Worcester !Mrs. Walker spoke to the responsibility for the has been planned for the ,"
were hostesses at the regular /
to staff St. Patrick
students who Guild March in the This family day was introduced
explaining work projects.Melbourne. on 9 par. meeting of the Rosary.Altar
elementary school in Largo. what, and why they were ish hall at S pm. Mrs. Ctllt in St. Paul parish the 18. MissMary
During these years, he members of the American Shenkel of Munich, Germany last Sunday of September Society on February '

supervised the building of a Legion Auxiliary. A short KofO will address the group onher 14 and has met with great Alice Sawyer gavttalk a "
school and convent at Pinellas and the The Melbourne Council No. success on ancient penitential a
talk on Americanism travels to the Holy Land
Park and the construction of meaning of our flag followed. 3746, Knights of Columbus, Is and the Orient.Masaryttown. St Paul mardl gras will be customs In the Church. oar.
Mrs. John has e s. a xoo
church school and convent at
The flag was accepted by currently conducting a mC'm.berahip held on Tuesday, March J.barbequt been
Largo. John Schaeffer of the drive to expand the beef.purk.chlcken appointed corresponding reta.sscan plies
Captain .... ....
e. 11.- all
for the Orlando a alt' Cara?
Monsignor Scully headed a Boy Scouts. He was assistedby organization. St. Mary dinner will be served in the secretary ...-.... tnt a...... a...,.. s, rule ....,...
diocesan I pilgrimage to Lt. Thomas Miller In raising Joseph Fisher extends a The Altar Society and the parish ball, S-7 p m. Also festival Central Deantry.Dade ,

the flag Then followedthe cordial invitation to the men Holy Name Society of St booths will be featured. City

salute to the flag and the of the four parishes In South Mary's are sponsoring a Everyone Is cordially invitedto St Rita

St. Petersburg pledge of allegiance Brevard to Investigate the rthglous Swiss steak or baked ham attend. st. Rita Women's Club Is

and fraternal opportunities dinner with all the trimmings. Forty Hours Devotions will having an Italian spaghetti Cameo Dining Room

Training center available In thtKofC The dinner will be served on open Sunday March 14. after supper on February 27. starting .........
... ..
DANIEL T. WINTER i CO. February 28 beginning at the noon Mast and close at at S p m. It will be servedat a. t tEDWARD

CHICAGO; (NC-The) Papal Please contact Al Contl. 11:30: a m. at the Community 7'30 p m. on Tuesday, March the church hall 310 North O JAMES HOTEL

Hoipittt School Bonds Volunteers for Latin America membership chairman I at Hall in Masarvktown. Dancing 16. Daily Mass is scheduled 14th Street and local rest- ......... f....... ........ CS..4
403 Florida Theatre Bldg.St. will open a United States national PA 34108 for further details follows the dinner. at a m. dents may phone 5474710 to f i!.*N Jt...r*.
5.5.s.. ... .... _...
Petersburg training center at the -- -- have orders delivered Tickets I r1..W 5. .
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Phone 162-03 I Catholic University of America art ont dollar for adults HTM IiUi M14M1
in June David OShea S and 50 cents for children.
PAVLA national secretary, New Port RIcney
has announced.
Queen of Peace
The center will offer
Mrs. ROil Grove, chairmanof
seven week course in theology
The .H new Nursing Home discussion clubs of Queen v
Catholic social doctrine
for the fntst, in Nursing and cultures. of Peace Church has announced juice 1pR
Horn plans to open the ANGE
Volunteers will then go to .
first club
867-4573 meeting on Friday
overseas centers for 16 weeksof a
S4S4 21st Av, South March S, starting at I pm.
Intensive language and culture -
!In the parish fcaU. This discussion Builds
club plan to meet
PAULA Is a four.'ear.old Healthy .
every Friday evening during s
Edouard C. Craig program which has sent :348 the season of Lent
volunteers to assist I the
and Distributor g Father Richard Klrchner
C,n for countries OSB. and, 11:.. Grove have
initial training of the examined and f 1 .
Yilos Mtttl, Crmf volunteers was done by local investigated
various texts and topics for
and Mow! TiU agencies PAULA is the largest u u'' v44 '441 possible and profitable des

117-Hth'" St. S.. J47-4IOI in latin Catholic America.missionary group : MrI' cussion. and lave decided m

the topic: What Is the Liturgical


AH adult parishioners and
I1 ,
cut other friends an most
4 cordially welcomed to attend

tsrrsowu % PJiJ; these alght duration forum( at tile Friday


\ / CAR LOANS Perform work of mercy

These members of Our Lady Queenof Leap 0 S 8., Father Richard Kirch

THE NATIONAL BANK Peace Church in New Port Richey ner OSB.. Sharon Obcnrader, Bruce Union Trust CompanyMsgr.

OF /ETERSIUIG. FLORIDA performed a work of mercy recently Glare. Janet Altman Mrs CIoria lies G

100 TYRONE ILVO. I *th AVENUE NORTH when they presented a pageant at Kissick. Julie Obenrader. Marl I I.1aUICh. I. t flea. ar.asr et rfmu o,ao.oa

M.-rW F.OJC. Bayou Nursing home In Tarpon Rose Grove.' Adelaide Haiger -----e-.
f'rrtl1'''s frnm the HI Father Muhacl l'J8C'r: and Margaret O' aDe)

Paul discloses direct Three The Ilorida Catholic Friday, Feb.-28,1963( -

appeal made for Vietnam peace -r' Msgr. Jordan becomes Mass guide

By Patrick Riley as an appeal coming from new domestic prelate I SUNDAY Quinquagesima February Sund 28 :a r .

4u tV"IuCAN' CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI has revealed many of our sons who expect (Mass: of Sunday Creed: ,
he haa made "confidential" comfort from the Common
approaches to various Monnlgnor Harold F. Jordan is receiving congratulations Preface of Trinity,)

governments in an attempt to preserve' world peace Father in their many great y c >a, oV MONDAY.: March 1
He wrote this miseries," upon his elevation I to the papal household .M a
in a lettter to the Bishops of war-torn (Mans. of previous Sumlr,
Vietnam where American forces helping in the lie then spoke of his anguish Domestic Prelate. The moderator of the Diocesan Union Common Preface i
____ struggle
against! communist uu. guernl.1a at witnessing, 'far away in of Holy Name Societies has been the guiding hand behind TUESDAY March 2
have struck at bases in had communicated with Prey body but very near In spirit the Diocese-wide radio It"t( .. of previous Sunday
ident Lyndon B. the bloody struggle in Vietnam
the communi t.roled north. the Vietnam Johnson on This struggle gives rice, "Faith of Our Fa to St. Edward parish Starke', Common 1'refacelWEDNFSDAY
After his situation by replying where he served two March SAsh
recalling thcrs" as
public years
Not that 1 know of.") cause for fear of even more
appeals for peace the Pope tragic and more serious developments Monsignor Jordan for some administrator for the parish \Yodnesday (Mass of
laid: Pope Paul assured the \'let. ," he said years has led the group of and missions, including the feast, Common Preface ITJlUR5DA

'With the same solicitude namese KUhops he would "As well know, w e Priests associated with the state prison at Raiford. Whilein Y. March 4
we have endeavored to approach continue his efforts "to obtain have not you ceased during the radio programs as well as Starke Monsignor Jordan (Mass of Thursday aft"'rAsh
or to bring to us representative the tranquility of jour last few months to raise our the Fisher apostolate-both built St. William mission Wednesday, 2nd Puir
beloved well to church in Keystone Heights. of St. Caslmir, 3rd Prtll'r
personalities of country as as voice publicly to halt the extension of which have been a sourceof
various governments in a foster "peace In the whole of conflicts and to lead grace to untold numbers of On August 28, 1956 Monsl- of St. Lucius I, Preface ofLent.
confidential way to urge themto world people to the thoughts of persons from one end of the gnor Jordan became the administrator .)

contribute to an honorableand His letter. dated February peaie We did this especiallyin Diocese to the other of St Joseph) par FRIDAY March S
peaceful solution of the 13. was published aerk our appeal of August 26, The Jordan family has belonged ish, Bradcnton The dedication (Mass of Friday after A: h
various international dtfficu! later 1964, and again last December : to St. Paul parish in of the new St. Joseph Wednesday, Preface of
ties which cannot fail to Pope Paul began by acknowledging when leaving Bombay to Jacksonville for more than 40 Church there which he built Lent)
worry us gravely"In a message from return to Rome" jcars.Monklgnnr. took place on October 25, \miD\Y.. March Se
( Washington White the Vietnamese who 1958 lie was named flradcnton'f (Mass of Saturday after
House press secretary George had gathered in Bishops a general Pope Paul then disclosed ,,t v Jordan, born inJacksunsille pastor, May 26, 1959. Ash Wednesday 2nd Prayer
that he approached government April :5, 1W4, .
E. Reedy responded to a ques conference Their said representatives confidentially .. : Is a lifelong resident of Flor In the spring of 19U, Monsignor of Sti Perprtua and reltcitas
tion about whether Pope Paul the Preface of Lent)
Pope, "echoed in our soul to seek solution of ida. Ills priestly work hat : Jordan became assistant

Liturgical week to be split lems.dangerous: International pro Vatican Library curator carried him all over the state Diocesan spiritual IL" S.director He was of the appointed SPNDAY lot Sunday March in Lent 7 (Mass

Monsignor Jordan's parents director of Holy Name of Sunday Creed, Preface
He added: "We willingly Fathtr Guy Forrart O.S.B. of the Vatican Library's copy of lI'eIr.! and Mrs Theodor Societies In the Diocese in of LenuTravels
into three summer assure you that we will continue St.; Archobboy, SC Clue Princeton Indo of Christian 11 Jordan They live In Jacksonville the fall of 19.'WI.1Ion.lgnor .
meetings to do everything in our Moinrad, Indiono/; is curator of Art. The library, with its ..t n. as do Theodor G. to Rome
ai"; oihibits and manifold octi- Jordan spearheaded
power to obtain the tranquil. Jordan a brother, and Miss
WASHINGTON (NC-The) tremendous surge of interest lity of your beloved country as Spain gets relic cities, u part of the Vatican Joan Marie Jordan, a sister the Priests Committee DtBIIV (NCPremier)
In the liturgy has forced the splitting of the traditional MuMumt.Htro which planned the great diocesan
well as to totter peace in the A brother Hay Dennis Jordan Sean Lemass led the of.
United States "Liturgical Vveek national of Francis Xavicr Father Guy ip'ayi/ Eucharistic: Congressthat
assemblyuuu whole world. lives In Toronto Another tidal delegation( of the Republic
___ ___
1- el.uurc separate meetings "We harbor the hope that ROME (SO) A major throe gift qivon; to Popo Paul sister Mrs. Thadcus 11 New took place In Orlando In of Ireland to Rome for
ecutive secretary of the conference VI his to the October U I95 .
during pilqnmago ,
this year those upon whom depend the relic of St. Francis Xavier is some, lives in Gainesville the ceremonies marking the
The national liturgical con. and from Homo to Holy land in January. 1964: Monsignor Jordan attendedSt elevation of Archbishop William .
lie said a team of speakerswill decisions stands which being sent from 'left, onamol-covorcd In September of that year
ference. sponsor of the 2$- travel to each site this can either precipitate or prevent Spain for the annual pilgrimage 17th century an Greek Now T.It.. Paul Scholl in JAckson. he was named pastor of Good Conway of Armagh to
year-old( event, said conventions of vllle until hs high the College: of Cardinals.JACKSONVILLE.
summer "conducting the the errors of a prolongedand the men of the Spanish "mans, tho gift, of Grtol Ortho. was a Shepherd Church at Orlando
will be held this summer same program in three different widespread use of arms province of Navarre to the dos Patriarch Bonodictoi; the school Junior when he enrolled a position he held until the
in Baltimore, Portland, local..." Attendance will have a keen awarenessof castle of Xavier where the milennial; coin-croil commmo-" In the minor seminaryat first day of January 1964
Oregon: and Chicago. is expected to total more their responsibilities and saint was born rating foundation; of tho Gro VOrhodoi St Bernard, Alabama. His appointment as pastor of
'It is no longer possiblefor than 30,000. .'II1If't into motion the means The' arm of the 17th Century monastery of Mount After the completion of Assumption parish in Jacksonville .
a single national meetingto for reestablishing a lasting mlssloner will be taken Athoi, presented by the Ecu- studies for the Priesthood at was effective Jan.
serve all who want to attend The first "week" will be In and efficaciously guaranteed to Spain by rather Paolo manical Patriarch Athtnagoras St. Mary Seminary Haiti- uary 2 last year Atlantic Monument

the liturgical week Baltimore June 21 lo tl, peace" Molmari S.J postulator general of Conitantmoplo; and Jordanian more, Monsignor! Jordan was It was in 1919: that Monti- ; .
said John B. Mannion. ex then in I'orlludUUlt It The Pope said he prayed to of the Society of Jesus King Huttoin's; g ft of two ordained at St Paul Churchin gnor Jordan was named to the C. A. rMUN. .. -0....
lo It l ; and finally In ('hlra<
August 3to September 2, ful hands the destinies of all the Church of the Gnu in of which was uud ill JrutaUm 1W9! the ordaining prelatewas as Chancellor was announced ... .. .... IL e.a4sS.
peoples rest," to lead men to Home (1900 ytart before Christ Bishop Thomas J. Me late that year and
The theme for the triple "a peace extended to all peoples A report broadcast o.t'rthe Th' U. S, M.d.l of Freedom, Donouuh of Savannah, when he served In the Chancery
observance! will be Jesus and especially to those the Vatican Radio that with citation ugnod by Prcudont lie was Auxiliary Bishop of position until Juno of l'x.0Ho .
Christ Reforms His Church who have been awaiting It so the body of the saint wouldbe Lyndon B. Johnson poithumeuily the Dimese of St. Augustine was relieved! of the pout 1.Tka N.wLnii'a9ee .
rather Frederick R. Me long that it seems to them taken to Spain from India .w.rd.d to the lao Pope Monsignor Jordan went to of Chancellor In order to devote -- --
-w # Manus president of the conference unrealizable and ahno.t illusory U unfoundt John XXIII, it alto among 01hibitt Rome, to pursue pout graduate more time to the Fisher ; I
." rather Molmari will go to ill tho Vatican Library. \
iw..w ace'rr. said each observance studies at the Angillcum in apnstolato of the Diocese r
sIll feature 11 main addresses Spain In the party of Arcadio the summer of 1949 Duringthe which he heads 1 L_
.. ....... etr' N 0"1., 1 These, he said will Diplomatic statusollnaia's Cardinal Larraona, Spanish- Change prisoners Holy \'ur of 19V) ho ex,
Jordan has
a."OO-Ja.vau Monsignor arranged
i. L6 born prefect of the '
congregation IIONN, ; ) tended In the
"probe the ft'rmuyCI( hospitality
Joseph M./.R., My impiica .<< several conventions
( of rites,
The Hungarian communist Eternal: City to the Holy Year f IWJ1
353-7419 lions of the Vatican CcMindl'lCon.tJtutlOnl mission for the Diocesan Union: ol the
on the Liturgy The pilgrimage, known as government has released one pilgrims from the Diocese' Holy Name
234W. Fonyth St. and the Church. showing the the novena of grace, will take !?lest from prison rather After a temporary assignment ThunderbMSTEAKS
essential relationship between to Holy See raised place from :March 4 lo U. Joirof Italmt S J., and Jailed as administrator of St Priests of the Diocese are
the t.o." another, rather Jt'noe'an Monica pariah, Patatka, Mon. especially familiar with his
\\TIC\V (CITYtn, Now in its :3Mh year, it S J., It has been reported signor Jordan was an assistant leadership In the diocesan 5
_"uu,,,,,, uun" "" dla has raised( Its diplomatic brings thousands of men here Itoth Priests have 1 been<< for two years at St Michael Year of Preparation for the
Subscribe mission to the holy .See from from northern Spain on foot working at non Church jobs parish" in )Miami and Vatican Council; and In the
now the status of a legation to to the cattlo of Xavier for since the religious orders for two years at SL James continuation of the Fisher I
i'00'1STEAKS ,un" ,u""nu",.. that of an embassy Confr! on and Holy' Cammur were broken up by the communists parish In Orlando. apostolato and Confraternityof MMEKIIIMi
::>n. after World War II, In the fall of 19M, be went. Christian Doctrine work In
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The Lit. of Our Lord God's world

Comment p Holy Family was unitedin For what graces shall we pray ?


sharing of God's love wouMst thou finite greatness and holiness

Lent the for self-mastery WHAT. m. do for We concede our own nothing
: quest ness apart from Him
THE Holy Family WM a the'" This if the questionwhich We assure
Him of
our faith In Him
1 Jesus put to
family not a yeller rather
trust in Him
Thomas Aquinas Mid: "The eyes) conflict engendered by the! dilM'lpllMlto : and a MM. with a man .to file man who besought/ mercy of our and above
all of love
ST our for
of the bAt do not behold the sun which we subject our wills, .It house Joseph and Mary wee t our Lord as He pawed by Lee J. Hint

but it is seen by the eye of the eagle.\ "' and mastery over self these! are the husband awl wife, anal Jeer on His way to Jerusalem It Trfl.Cod Next com prayers erf)

two mood of the human srwLBetween was the BM of both Mary's Frank J.tihd was a breathtaking question. thanksgiving for the love and
The ancient Romans defined' manu great blank check on tint the care which God
birth was a has
them poles life swing 'to a son by Joseph's SM because U\
the creature who transcends<< himself ii.- Joseph had accepted infinite power of God. "\!I1'thin ished upon us Adoration and

The ancient Greeks said that never ending content 9hftke f ware but which Jar Jwta law you want you may gratitude then naturally lead

happiness cftflftifttfl In the full use of cribed it: wu decMv JIMS* wa* Ilebead have" Jesus say lg. "What to prayers of contrition, atve

el the ...... ij vour choice*" grieve for our pettiness
one's powers along linen of exeeHence. The genius and immortal in* Tie blind man had bit answer knows ear wants, of and our disobedience

Only the man who has mastered M* strumenU $t. JIII4dMw: ts.s as that ready He was obsessedby course eve better than we God so holy and good to i

apathy and the indolence of hi* flesh Are then In eounerf,: and the AMph ".. oat hsn KMwtft vow. or at leant bad a firm a single consuming desire know them euneh.

who hAIl poured forth his entire nature state of man, tod he knew her MttU intsailnn. of virginity/ before : -to btt able to gaze upon It would seem that in temporal It is only after these three

Into Borne great enterprise. can know Like to a little kingdom, suffers she brw ht ttrth herErsbhinn her marriage to Jow-ph. if >o, the world about him. "Lord.that matters the more per- steps that we are prepared
for of
and he prayer petition.
thin son exiled thus must nave been com- I lee'" he begged Ttuj
the true sweetness and glory of then "' may feet prayer of petition wouldbe does not
baa !same Jews There an mean that
and ever
mumcatod to him accept- his was
Instantly .
life The nature of an iwwrreetkm. simply Give me whatever
twe were Mere mat might wtledMr this time we give ourselves topra'fr
lid by aun But. grafted.
rise to full stature muiswt You know to be best for we must
beings a a l
still obvious mechanically
In "some'! great souls the tetenil was to or art, it ws
only when challenged Startle the aoul wIlD Jewish law and Jewish to bn at then OM- "Receive thy sight" Jesus me. Lord; whatever is most tick off praise thanksgiving
struggle reaches the Intensity of chvJwar We replitJ thy faith baa sated in accord with Your will"Still and contrition before
jraonsMatteaU uuut have ,
Into admiration, auk of it the Impowiible. tie{ tilt S. was ouaswvedi daring
and It 'In endowed! with angelic u in the soul of St: Past Taussffc .gttwedp. witwc Hurt: a sun was !her ...... that tftoy aaiat theevU it pleases God to haveus to ask God for anything, n
waged within a single breast & teufpans :slot ant-torn whrthw means only that
strength orwt Lisa taea W virlJ.Vlrlt Jews suddenly were tosilliest turn to Him in our particular we must
on its deaniva. with fttRMbMe Hajr ewe any suns bum needs, In every prayer maintain a sense of proper

Where would be philosophers with and revotetjoaary r *atta. atfn tie Mbar Hun.MJ HCY for spirriiui rye b.loreII: "What with do a similar of petition there ii an impliedact tion in our prayers and not

out their problems, or saints without world of public evwt. aid JJter t ter .> :-H. Jerome puts it the Ions WM onluMwa to the OW want qUH Me to Qn do, for you'" what you of adoration. By our requests think that when we has,

temptations When Everest; and the ahi St. Pw tucv 9telemrrws Jew. we acknowledge God s asked for our daily breadwe
destinies of i
n>aa< sum; 'n Mui.. 1M that there would our answer be Better
Kijrer have been climbed the men who well tie fruits of the wit .ww e4diwcipiine .. *.ro ,slave ww after him. Ttttn "a .IM trade lostasa'. health' Success on the Job? infinite goodness and power can let the rest of the

made the aMult looked bark regretfully : 'tut. hM 'her* yore !mine totorr 'en a -naaolfllalty.. Money to pay off the bills. \Ve would not be turning to Ixird prayer go by the

upon the pant days of bitter coM 'Now al dtoopflae seems Sir (jto ma. Jereraias. IM hu ro.auais" Solution of a personal or family Him if we did not believe that board.

and limbs of dangerand not t those *ftacfl are pea problem'It lie cares for us and that He In too
aching !. appalling our petitions, there
present to t* a xuner MC far fettt
jsajr taut be +oasm t thM he .
of conquest! When the !last 'n.r. I. the Ca h itc dotes is to be hoped that we can help usIf Is a graduation of Importance
for that Aemi a itM .
grief: & ptasfas IDU 1s. 'ell Jews wastscea
Tter isi is to be effective
'4 rb vircn tatt would have the discernment our entreaty Inselflsh pra era,
mountain has been climbed the last ) praven
facet ff tffM. &lM.f ;rusnaw :II 1IwW' Tsa tor IBM they at aU of a w* uin to all such lesser however It must also
Hxaotp pass over offered' for the needs' of other i
planet reached, and the last subterranean ewserur natract IMetAenesnes
wise bn S-a cttffw.t be! .k flossing ,t. But thus there needs and to ask for the gift include an acknowledgementof persons, art especially pleating \

trench explored men win weep far brut 39 JIlt his tMtdowns. first: t warps, tMIt Ita lart tJMIII 'is (Kamtii* of a which surpasses all others in God's Infinite wisdom We to God.

like Alexander because there are BO aaa* taaetrasf To***, easgwe Ain f esr.rr win blastsfile ,roams .smwvmg trod( in herennui. importance, the grace of must concede that in the

more worlds to eonqner And we win atn4 t $ $ far year te+u"' aartb.. sous .nukes % i saws trot than final perseverance, the graceof end only Cod knows what Is In praying for ourselves his

applaud, them for the greatness cf .PA U .:J'' stoat5. ;,t. Joapp..nUsed ay mtamtb a happy death. Lord, that best for us and for those our spiritual petition

their spirit But of tho*! men whonever 4 t tin IIe '* rvtupm.! would 1 may. love You, and love You whose lives are intertwinedwith which God most welcomes
Lisa; is k esus F'e rL Mte T..e r ItI Tl C cnts.1
rbt chat womb When we plead 'Please.
maw wasacrnd to the end! This surely ours
dared the psjwton of fctt because u IU. SH ta .w aarg !H'ftllsst tlls t7aasee k.M4 Ir-.tb rod vatted. would be if God help me to keep from
our answer we
they knew no dts iptit hi their Mldes, wdwas Ills muM be the final declilon "
Tent saaeb -
.t 1wz++hal' tsaey tiet4isrdL trtuu lave* tisistil to picure bad but one opportunity to sin, Please. God help me
lives, we will My as Virgil said to +pi: MOW ties Wl ilueexy krwufiteL Ire t llrrrayrttrg I 'be.eaeetsaae Jeeps M aa oW rrunjtSMreattr draw upon Cods bounty. as te whether' our specific to do Your will always," or

Dante In the! DIvine Comedy abut the them g'ra i"se. Sc Aij-airashe. E tsar Tat tatlla i 11IIIIIII a* UM pr.ncipleihM Fortunately we are not request ii grantable' .r "Please, Cod, help me tc(,

lukewarm neutrals "Let thick w4lt'ut iri std tsnut. MATT had child whether another" grace must grow in love for You thereis
us no he eeatemplatel live niispii .t" tae 'mote: a limited to one opportunity. ,
be< substituted Instead.AI
more about them, but look once, andpaw salts tried alt: "fjiearJ iutt rt vt.cT t Pwa Isis n.- "'M. Jm Tad tt have a husband Jesus does not appear visibly no need to add the condition ,

on" EB ego"-"I1: tsVe dec tat her.vial, t. sbw'ealara 'or IM ,mi** her reputation. before us but His ears are we well' know petitionsare "If it be Thy will,"

art s snare tlrI tad lovtooalr. sum that was permanently attuned to us. the least essential of our In such petitions we know
The conflict of thislife *" .
truly great worsen fie 2 I
tu why lajswt
: R.10. +.1JI-M wr isle :IMIB for having a His .
invitation Is never withdrawn prayers !In the hierarchy of tour will is at one with
take place Inside u*. They are the Yes. why cti net 17 ins *...r., 'a As hr nubao. the older the better. His benevolence '
-- '- importance prams of ado God s, Offered with sinrerit

Hears..i5ntr1 .wt JOat'ase nut inch m arrangement never exhausted. What ration are at the top of the and perseverance, these rt

Washington letttrVatican ......K'IIL with Joseph merely brought wouldst thou have me do for list. These are the prayers in quests infallibly will u
a t* beep the neighbors from thee"
\I hleh1'1 salute Cods in granted.
I Off Ltif .11 misty rw* '....... woisJd hardly be a

felted Oral for Lend vlr mama;' at all, but rather anwehery
joins atoms for peace useAN ata.-flail!: its was ""'fI'! nr of mamagaTo Pope Paul VI

International organi/a- ganlzatlon already International wttk repeat s phrase Joseph
playing a liupeetkn
Later we dud !bid ''for
tlon In which the VatIcan significant( role in guaranteeIng In sovereign satloni to be was not dimply a miss living Become active in liturayFollowing I
example UadBjrw 13,111 i new
the house. Hi- the head
Is officially representedby that the peaceful international put Into actual operation, andIt brothers Jeans in was ,
of ffwrwi to -
two Americans and one atom will remain Is operating with the runbl.lnl cif the hiiiiM. and within the
James and Joxytt and 1 ti- is a portion of Paul: "My brethren beloved to the
family hm word. ..s lawnd given mil by Gotpet/
other-Is making an Important peaceful is an agency many and encouragement'
mon and JJ _an4 guars as the translation of the Italian and longed for Joy and
but little known contribution people hardly know exists"Perhaps of both the nlted Slates and he was Mjry bu.bud. We refer precisely to t't''
well We shall aiacuss thisnutter address given' by Pope Paul my crown" ( Phil 4,1)),
to world peace and the most Impor the Soviet Islon," Seaborg more fully r east h.r We mutt think: of them si VI at his regular' weekly Liturgy of the Word and t..

prosperity And It might Just tant of IAEA'S several functions declared' column, Here merely aH truly hushaad and wtfe witha general audience on January And these are the words the Liturgy of the Eucharistic

possibly I be demonstrating is to oversee and administer Except for the limited nuclear that neither Hebrew M Aramaic true vows of personalities, U The Pope urged Catholics bursting from the our soul as we Sacrifice, toward whk
that international contemplate fruits which
agree I an international teat ban treaty there had a word for "ce*. each brtnalng compMien to who find it hard to adjust to you are directing your iti"

menus .on disarmament arelea.lbl. "safeguards" system, which are few more important in"-any close relation therefore the other with a profound the new liturgical changes in this new Intelligent' and methodical to quench your thlnt..u''

Seaborg said helps to keep' steps being taken to preserve could be called a broth sharing of interest sharing of the Mass to be docile and liturgical action is show a comprehension of bu"

The erganteatlon Is the International the peaceful atom peaceful International peace and er. lives, enriched by the special t have faith. preparing' for /Holy Church the new religious educati
through International from God and the vision of the new which the present Iiturgi ,
Atomic Energy security graces that thevlr'tn"y \!
Of the four
just named' we
of control owe a special salute spiritual springtime being renewal intends to esUbli '
Agency' with headquarters laknna system and inspection called for WE !*
\' Austria. ." This system is designed "As we look forward hopefully know from the accounts of. We must remember that the large group of awakened by the ecumenical' is shltmglnto high gear ail,:

to see' that nuclearmaterials to a time when more the Crucifixion given by Matthew Mary and Joseph were both ecclesiastical assistants and council in all Catholic communities Is almost in the pivotal potion .
IAEA had its start In late comprehensive properly inspected and Mark that the first the world
and technology furnished great saints Sanctity Is the lay teachers of Catholic Action over of the great mO\'f'm.r''

1354: and early 1957,, but only to nations for peace arms control and pair, James and Joseph right direction of energy. and who have gathered herein We must commend you, Inscribed in the constitution

hi recent days Glenn T Sea- ful uses are not diverted to disarmament treaties may be were sons of a different the special energy' it directsis Rome to study the theme. most excellent assistants and principles of the Church "
borg, chairman of the United achieved, Seaborg con Mary. Mary Cleopnas. andit
military applications the energy of love. leaders We must thank God
States Atomic Fnergy Commission tmued, "we recognize that Is hardly likely that the Liturgical renewal accord you
Both loved' God I and
supremely encourage you And we This new religious tduca
said of .: "An or- "It Is the first program If \" .\\, page sine pair mentioned after them and their love of God Inc I. the sew Mrms will must that
were closer relations than poured repeat what delights tion is mad easier and root
back In a great flood of /love take effect la the celebralloif us. honors .
they' '! The probability is. as you Impelling by the progress 11
of each other r love so great the' tarred ceremeles, es- We human which tend
shall especially tell be.loved culture
Folk** Michael V. Got*** we see. that at some you
later' time the two !Mary that it made the ordinary outward specially If the Holy Mass, laymen that throughour to make every Christian .1
M ..'... .! Ne-mbrt De Dies manifestation .a Mirth 7.
having<< lost their husbands unnecessary ) efforts/ in putting into vigorous and active-no longer :

joined up in one household There was more /lie We have here new proof of exact and vivid effect< the an unconscious, inert aN i
In that virginal family, more conriliar Constitution passive member of the M"
the close and effective on the
!Most Catholic par.
QR6c\t ClUptGRS in writers believe married love, than ever a Sacred Liturgy. tical! Body
that Mary had made tKipatron of Catholic Action you give
a family has known.'riest's .
in the mission of the hierarchy proof of possessing that in- This progress elevates n.

and particularly wherever t.IJ'fOtIte *f the times which Christian to personal party

flORI&A CiYtllOllC hlStORV Question boxListen the latter promotes and brut used to recommend to patron In the highest m"'

performs divine worship. Hu fret dMtipies I let Matt beautiful, most efficient ar :

It, and w'b the Church most mysterious act of whiman '
It is
Chapter It Ills death was a sad loss to ments as well he found dif easily understood bv .* ****1 M awakening andre -a pilgrim on this ear
ON May 19, 1700), Father St. Augustine where not only faulty In adding school work to words this timely and tcoU.bontton **iBmg among adult -is capable, Inserting lam

died I Twenty. the Mlnorcas but the entire' onto his normal parochial of our CatSMttcs self into the process of hll

two years the valiant old !Spanish population mourned schedule' and his health' with the lInt and btffcest
evolving Interceding
absoluticQ destiny
had him. ) n in Englishthe functions of the priestly lava These than ,
shepherd cared for the broke down in consequence.In cVmaad a splr- between God and man Thi
spiritual needs of his Minor. litry pleases us and biases Heal revisal Iowa frm
Newly arrived Governor searching for another replacement I have not te .. Catholic the It, precisely, the action "
can countrymen In the distant gone r nfettlon antecedent Is the second Aetna N t**( u tesute and. hsetlMUlbl
land of Fast Florida Juan Nenomuceno' Quesada rather' )Ilauett since the liturgical person of direct address more comforting for the pastor .,rup W tma aid the sacred liturgy
In to devised a compromise whereby changes In and I grace (Te be continued)
Although for the lat eight now put a request Spain came would NOU mho take away the sins than to know thatI
for and in I7'J2 the teaching pout (which like to know if It Is "
years he had desired to retireas a successor true' thai of the world is the meaning surrounded by sues who as-
a canon in the Cathedralof he arrived, Narclso loot, aMinorcan. paid very little In salary) the' art of contrition U not list him in praying and lathe M. J. Murr.'fCatholic '

speaking' rrancls. was linked with that of said In the' ronfenlonalnd celebration of the dwtae
Mallorca, he refused' to
can from Villa de Agramunt apothecary In the royal hos how should a salutallo start Rnglith practice oft..nd.ffera mysteries who wxkrtU4
leave while there ,
was no Not the most talented of push Under this arrangement when one enters' from literary nil**. .
other Priest who spoke the and the form of the verb act. pray, offer hop lAd ... Strange but true
preachers' Father Fonts a qualified' layman A,
language to replace him. Begin your confessionIn joy being with him as "Me
pulpit defects were sharply Rafael Saavedra de t:.. the usual way by askingfor after a rt'lattpr noun is a single bl'll1and soul "

noted by his Mmorcancharges pmosa, was Induced to accept' the Priest blessing.Then frequent example of this dif topmght: l3, NCWC News Seri e

who, still grieving the post The teaching staff after' you have confessed fertnce Propriety which is hit better result r..14 x7 "'
counter to custom ran make crews his week as a Iea"her slcf
their beloved Father Camps, was now entirely lay your sins assure the n+ parr .
1htPl rid\1 us feel .* hard. I am sure Prktirwhat\ ?
probably would not have been' Despairing of the early arrival Priest that you are honestly r s.1 Yin
that the .
translates of the
impressed by any successor of Irish Priests who sorry for them But then clearer proof that "

atholicr however eloquent had been' promised by Spain listen to the words of atxtolii Mass asked themselves this. could bear witness to tilt OIM

Father' Fonts stay was of to staff parishes for the An.Amfrlcanl. iron ai he speaks to you in Should we use the proper validity of his care et souls* b t ut.
literary farm of the verb'
short duration, however, for ,I father lias- English so that you can hear what more sincere ant m- ;
..Wi..... "H Fri'., he died on January 13, 1793 sett' decided' in 1790 to visit and understand them. It i Is second person plural I, *t(.raftng satisfaction could --
or should the
ru>mi>A rT.ouc r...., IM.T Although another requestwent the northern regions of Florida not proper for you to be sayIng we use popular recompense his efforts titan +
form which would make
.O. !... Illl 411.1411 out for a Minorcan- and do what missionarywork your act of contrition at people that derived not only from ., i CIt.A"4r.t+ra9svo.lgarg.
.. .I. nil.. the time. I feel I comfortable* They the presence, but from .'. Aaaq ww
Sit I* < UI speaking Priest, and some he could alone same urge that the +
0'..>4., ..,w. IllttSikmrlill labor was expended on the you say it just before you go evidently decided that It was consonance and the responseto i npusw prt,

...n In IDA. ..< project in Spain, none ever la mid-.April he let out In into the confessional better to use the cormtliterary his priestly prayer. by the .wv,w uyurr.1e grows r 1
( .1. 4 f r rr Maw form and Itt people
a launch accompanied by fa.thful entrusted to the / sxra I
_nt.l.. I:. sae. came and the Mmorcansgradually responsibility
I). What about cur new grow accustomed' to It.
four soldiers' and during the of his ministry '
Th rinds n k.r .f tat CathulM Prm A."",1.. "parish" with the territorial next five weeks he traversed .lgnusIhrl" I If we were still using the Truly to the tongue of the '
till tnt Ik. MktlMiil ('alhnn.N.Ihn Parish o/ the St. John's, SI Mary's and before Communion We antiquated second person pastor-whose apostolic skin 1
C..,* $' .*. .."...., St. Augustine. say, Ijmb of God who takeaway
...... ant "' .rtla. pu51iih.ri In 1791, St. Augustine also Nassau Risers, traveling altogether singular there woukl be< no and religious teaching have
rpnnltl .r* mall ..... tiN Ad *l Mara' l>Nt this bad English': UkHh away the lira of the souls, voices, gestures and
.. till lain at the hospital and la the scattered settlements !Miouldo't ", sat.
we b. Ickesslay "
maestro In the. local school l. say, This form i Isd hearts of his faithful with his rwiiiMOel:

e who finally secured what he he found many men etc"? popular usage has not Intercession between Cod lAd
and women who 1>.4 nevi r A By strict rules U .
haj 1\hl d.iLrtd. I Lettuce distorted Ue feel comfortable man (whuth. after a1: uCfcrutl
ra..., taw e. tetra in hit Cutaa bwr..IknJ! seen a PrUit. nor even a Engluh grammar tak,," is with It-as comfortable tnx mfILta Doa I _

la.vlSD, UIM' PrvUitiM minister In their cornet Vve are ipMlufti dirtxtly as one ca be w.tfc: cadavers come the w",rds of Sallltnu t wla.rQe

Raises: law *.., e*..* Father O'Reilly waspressed lotus lives Mostly n to Jesus, addressing N lard

..,Ia A. 5.5.55Aavwn.tne Into service ai teach' turner from Georgia and the Him as "Lamb of CJ" Tlit '- ; ; rn-"The QwettlM -Ibi"by eidacW-

>>.ft.,., er. Carolinas, their state vf grammatical rule is Uut the caps711) r
(j....". V. .....".. spiritual abandonment seat relative I I pronoun who M llHId< lf*.r J, U. Ceaway. aatleaally Laces lnmaltl. .w akl'1N12ytuN'UR, uaawwci (. 1 sJ

Although O'Reilly spoke distressing to the Priest and should be 'followed bth" )Brest )*.r quettfo, (tlgard: please) U Ike f"V rUa (r.11M1

2fi |19\ four language: and could his ,, U OrUml. a aW/ I aC mot (
Frlday, February ra-toral sympathy went 'liinn (if( the sub w (h h t.

count other scholarly attain out to Diem 51taedcnr: uv...utv U'' ti R1 .y +11. trra. /}.

,. 1w Five The IlorliU Catholic, Friday, Feb. 26, 1965
changes effective March 7

will further full participation Cardinals raised :

fly Paul w. h1o"J.'ASIIL"GTON )' primarily- theirs to say or in ceremonial
\\ new
(.NCThe erirtrttta of the MaN sing, even though the Priest

undergoes a second turn or the kaleidoscope this March begins them and may continue
I 7. the first Sunday or Lent.In along with the people. VATICAN CITY (XC) The presentation of red hats

line with the spirit or the ecumenical And if the people or choir recite was eliminated from the public consistory ceremonies
council'l Constitution
on the Sacred or sing the Introit, for when Pope Paul VI raised more than a score of now Car-
Liturgy the
turn ia
simplicity and clarity and toward more instance then the Priest does dinala in St. Peter's basilica on February 25.

greater freedom of action. it will remain in Latin In the not repeat it. A complete new ceremonial for the Cardinals' elevation :
United States for the time While last fall's "inatruc.lion" was drawn by the
The goal: to bring the< : Congregation of Rites work.
whole Christian being at least, the Priest will from Rom requires tog at the Pope's direction
people Into now recite it aloud beginning that the lessons Epistle and prefect on the apostolic( ceremonies -
full\ active and understand. to give the historical occasion
"Ubera nos .'. Gospel "be read or chanted Archbishop( Dante! ,
log participation in the workof facing the people." it allows I greater religious and is dated f'ebiuary .!->,

giving praise and thanksgiving Thus the people's ",\mta"ID the place of recitation to be significance and to put lean 1115!

to God. In both song the Lord's Prayer will determined by the construction stress on pageantry.:

and spoken prayer. await the conclusion of this of the church buildingand Th red hat with Its tas-
Except possibly for a more prayer for deliverance from the needs of the congregation. New Priests hear
sell was never actually worn
widespread use of the prayer nIL 4
of the faithful-the short The Seattle archdiocesan by Cardinal But In the older
prayer In litany form which Another prayer hitherto liturgy commission has commented ceremony It was held just Cushing

comes Offertory Immediately anthem beforethe recited will be recited silently in a which loud voiceIs now that this era of liturgical Receive Cardinals' hats above his head while the ROSTOVO( ). The Church

-then the ) chang makes for Pope said a prayer today north saints who are
will be no more English In the Secret or prayer over "harrying times for the pan Among the prelates designated tobecome Gulllo Bevllacqua. an Oratorian; bottom ncholaraand acholara who are
the Mass in the United States offerings which completes Ish Priest." Now the hat, known as the
the Cardinals in Vatican City on row, Archbishop Ceaare Zerba Priests Itlchard Cardinal

than months was introduced\ three bread and preparation win in that of part the "Our present regime of February 25 were top row, from lefts secretary of the Congregation of Sac glen. was to be delivered Cushing of Boston has saidat
ago 29.
confusion may 1\'e not to the Cardinals' residencesthe ordination ceremonieshere.
of the Mass called the Offertory agree Archbishop Franjo Seper of Zagreb ramental Discipline; Archbishop Leon
There will be two striking It too remains In Latin. seem the easiest (or least expensive Yugoslavia; Archbishop Giovanni Colombo Duval of Algiers, Algeria; Archbishop afternoon of February IS .
) route by which
to there
omissions The only change in the of Milan Italy Marie after the ceremonies( were "Today ts a new
proceed In the reform of the ; Archbishop Joseph Martin I of Rouen breed of Priests and a new

One Is the dropping of the eucharistic Canon prayer called the liturgy," it said "Still given Thomas Cooray OM.I., of Colombo, France ; Archbishop Ermencgilda completed at SI. Peter's breed of seminarians They

42nd psalm, in the prayersat at its will end:be The in the words doxology the level of liturgical prac Ceylon; Archbishop William Conwayof Florit of Florence, Italy; ArchbishopJean The completion and publication work harder and they worry

the foot of the altar. The ipsum" through "per omnia"per lice from which we are being Armagh, Northern Ireland; Father Villot of Lyons, France of the new ceremonyfor more than u did 'In my
other Is the elimination moved "
of and remembering the time, the Cardinal said
the last Gospel so that the saecula s.eculorum""through eventual goal which I c: the the creation of Cardinals "But let me! warn rou that

Mass will conclude with the Him for ever Church now has set, this ends a number (of rumors and this Is not the end of jour

dismissal and blessing. and ever"-will be recitedby same slow, patient crisscrossing Obituary half truths which had been in education
the celebrant In a loud Jacksonville Beach'sMsgr.
These omissions are In accord way remains the circulation around Rom for
voice to be followed &.
thepeople' Intellectually
by "You stunt develop '
with the "instruction"prepared only practical road open for :\Ir, Plumb
great "Amen" of weeks for we have a lung
by the Plumb
po.tconcWar1tW'1) us. TAMPA Milton ,
commission in Rome ratification. The purpose her Heslin honoredPapal 4013 Granada, longtime an< i The problem had been that way to git: along the mad of

and made public last October. Is to stress this summary of "The reform entliloned much honored farm editor many of the particulars wereed St. Benedict, S(. Thomas
the eucharistic prajer. The now by the Second Vatican Aquinas and St. Ignatius," he
Another change providedfor for The Tampa Tribune, I not worked' out until very recently
since then Is celebrant( will lift the Chalice Council Is, we must remember honor went to Father James J. Ilenlln of St. told the new Priest.
the dropping February 111 in his sleep, lie and that Pope Paul

of the "Amen" Immediately and tion"Host throughout for the "litll this eleva final mere, something paring far asay more of lhaaa certain Paul parish Jacksonville Reach this put week, when was 52 years old. and Archbishop Knrico: Dante "Don' forget/ that the mr,t

Lord's alter the recitation of the section omitting the signs of riles or the changing of Pope Paul VI made him a papal chamberlain with the Mr. Plumb I Ii survived b r had been working together on Impoitiint work of a Prict

Priest and Prayer.people While the the cross formerly made over a rubric her and there, title of Very Reverend Monsignor Laity In the Diocese Ms widow, Mr.. Anne M i, details of the numerous cei- Is as mediator bets 't'n f.ul
together and people' That is the reason
them five times. And h* will and in North Florida with his Plumb of Tampa. She Is i ipant a monies for creation of
pray the Our Father the "What It proposes, what It rejoice fellow Priests at the you were ordained
wait to
genuflect until after president of the 1)1I1'f'1I1Ifounell
Priest Immediately goes on the "Amen." demands, Is a thorough transformation the honor bestowed upon Cardinals Various Ideas "You face a challenge: from
Catholic Women.Other
people's the old Mission grounds of a of(
to the prayer enlarging on of that whole Impoverished Heslin. were considered and adapted the modern Catholic Some
Monsignor 200 foot Cross and
high ,
the final petition: "Deliverus The overall rule for the concept of sacramental a survivors are t\\0 scented best criticize the Church without
Votive Churih. The Cross will as
from every evil, past, Liturgy of the \\.rd. however worship which we Monsignor Heslin Is assistant sons, Michael, (i lender( realizing they are frltl II'' :2
present and to come ." Is that while the celebrant have Inherited from recent spiritual director of the remind all who pass or enter California; and Terry, a student I During one conference' with themselves, for the Church 'ii

This expansion, or totalled presides, the people Catholic centuries The long Diocesan Union of Holy Name St Augustine by land or by of Notre Dame I'niver' Pop Paul I the Ann- made up of the people and

embolism, of the Lord's have a definite, activ role 'k* *,.' of the liturgy must Societies and spiritual director tea, of the religious\ beginnings : shy, South Rend, Indiana, i bishop had to remind the the Bishops (of the world under
of the
Prayer traditionally has been I* play go. of the St. Augustine Deanery nation. daughter, Sister M. Jam Pop; that he would nut be the supremacy of the

recited in Latin silently While "Once more the People of Holy Name Society This, In summary Is the .Frances a teacher at the able to handle all the detailsof Pope. he advised.
The Gloria and Creed
are God must gather about thel.ord' message that Monsignor lles Boys Academy of the holy
In these he has
the ceremony on February The Cardinal contlnuedi
Lenten Masses lira Is telling across stat and
Table in and Names brother,
joyful fostered the Holy Name alms Tampa; a ,
nation about the St. Augustine 23 as h* himself was among
VAT1CAV CITY (Sf-) Newspaperman popular and understood cele and the program<< of the Confraternity Foundation. Hubert 11 Plumb Clearwater the Cardinals being treated "So develop In spiritualityand
Pope Paul M will offer Massin bration. Once more t hey of Christian Doctrine ; fin sisters Miss Kath inU'llcctualUm like the
a different church in Home nUTIMORK (NC) Requiem must find In their full and In St. I'.ull'.rish. Jackaonvlll The YOllnll' was\ born lien Plumb, Mill Mary Plumb and therefore could no longer! saints and the scholars. And

each Sunday of Lent as he did Mass for Charles S. active participation both In Heach, where lie is December 31,1910. atl/eltrlm, and Mrs. W Paul Harris, all function as prefect of the. never forget you are In the

last year, continuing a practice Murphy, 73. who served for the Mass and In all the sacramental pastor and In the northern Ireland, the son of Mr and of Clearwater. Mrs, 0. C 1III'al l mailers (of ceremoniesThe front lines of the Church

reintroduced by Pop 24 years as business managerof life of the Church, the deanery of Holy Name II* Mrs, James Heslin Ills father llowell. Plant City and Mrs. new ceremony wasdivided "Itemcrnber, too, that ::11

the Catholic Review Baltimore real substance of their Christian has made many talks on the died In I'/JI; his mother was File Pharls. Jacksonville; Into five patts pit will Iw lonely And the hi", .'

archdiocesan newspaper spirituality," the liturgy value of the Fisher program deceased in 1947 and two grandchildren: partition entrance of' the you go the more lonely t tl: :

was offered In St Pius X commission concluded. both to Priests and to Uity. Several members of his Funeral services were h.1dat Pope Into St Peters, the life becomes,"
the Marslcano "un.r.1110m. Liturgy of the Word, creation
church by his son, Father
JAI John E Murphy S.J administrator Prelate dies At the same time Monilgnr family sened I lb.the Arrhdlocei( hurch InAmerica at 2 p,m. Monday with of the new Cardinals, the
lleslln has bees IlIuh..cI| the Rev O. C llowell. paituiof Eucharistic: Liturgy and the
of Loyola College VATICAN fl1se( ) .f PaiU cJ..I 1..1
here. la the .leadership" .f the M. the Trimly Methodist presentation of thn Cardinals'rings Teens

t A native of Baltimore Mr whowaseipelledln Archbishop Angela Jlotta.IHS! from 92, Augustine Minion founds- Hut Monsignor lleslln chose Church Plant City Mr, and bireltas i square a. .. ...f._...4.l .. .......

Murphy served on the paper/ communist Hungary where he Sloe As president, of that dleesaa Florida over Minnesota as a Plumb's brother In law, officiating raps with three ridges on A"b"I."u ServPeeVA !

,,,(l'ttSkl''' ,tffl J.4 : for 36 years, He was elected had served as apostolic nun. foundation, he Is In mission field. In answer to an top I 4 147)
treasurer of the Catholic charge ol Ouadrkealeenalmenumeatl appeal for Priests made while Palll>earers were county 11.1'. new order of ceremonies ST. AUGUSTINI
Cto died here .
-.,... A, 0.... .,.... M. 1r1 Press Association in 1MJ. He Pop Paul VI on sent February a message and funds he was a seminarian in Ireland agricultural agents This was was signed by the I

Mt 14 A... S*. Ph. 142-4S01 also I. survived by his wife, to Archbishop Giovanni The St. Augustine Foundation The Priest whose plea In accordant with a requestof
two other sons, a daughter h* answered was that of Mon- Mr Plumb Honorary pallbearer
Colombo of Itah has
Milan charge of the 400tli
ST. PETERSBURG two sisters and IS grandchildren. Archbishop Kotts's native anniversary observances to signor Tho m a. O'Donovan were the eierutives JOHN S. RHODES JR.
of Tine. ,
when he was a member of ant the staff Tampa
are, describing the late diplomal [ lake pUre at the Mission <>(
as "always Inspired by Nombr de Dlo In 1:11i6.: A the St Augustine diocesan Tribune. FUNERAL DIRECTOR

the real of these observinces Chancery staff.Monsignor .
priestly spirit, by major part
PHONE 177-7124 and humility will be the erection on lleslln attended play HI Gulf T. J.f CIEARWATCR PUn 444-JOSJ

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RIVERSIDE CHAP6L Rack Hills )'...Iun Play season .
Papal revises years, and St l'atrkk'sCollege HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL
JIM N ARMENIA AVE. In Thurles, County has returned to Lake

TAMPA 7. FLORIDA Tlpperary, for three years Wales The presentation will Ae C."
College of Cardinals II. was ordained on June be mad according to the FOSTER E, HEATH Fun*.d| Drect"r
program In an advertlsemenlelosvher AMIULANCE SiKYICE
s, tt4, in inland by Arch-
GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME in this Issue, 1..I."J' Ilo.ide n> i4l20lll
VATICAN: CITYC) -- Th Cburch'a Eastern-rite buhop Jeremiah Kinane,
Priests and Niters are traditionally
fW I47.JI1IKISSIMMEE I have I been given a new xwitkn In When h* tarn over to this admitted to I the

the hlerarthlal structure ol the Church with a rank im- country h* was assistant pastor performances of the Passion

H> ray I i.x rr.MRii. ruutici mediately below that of the i six Cardinal-Hwho| at Holy Name parish In Play at Lake Wales as guests KYLE-McLELLAN INC.

Operatingfa4er" fUm >... ..< MMI...| Details of the revision I In i the structure of the College West Palm Reach: from toptemher. of the PlayersIf ,

of Cardinals: were con tail eJ in an instruction (tnotuHwn 19M. to June Itttt. the Priests or Sisters FUNERAL DIRECTORS
and at St Patrick parish in wish they call John DayIn
proprio) of '"of.{* Pa ul1 may 17 W. UNION STRUT-JACKSONVILLE
Miami Reach, until July I IttftM ,
worked clnt+ly with Tampa, 1332171, for Information
BASHAW'S entitled "Purruratonim the Pop In the a Patrum (literally. "Of the of t.tIe I'nhers! Churhaffshes .n.lf..r untie went I I.Juh."lIIe I. aces
GULFPORT MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Father In heath as admin.harder
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Paul VIMessages ..


sent to Pacem in Terris meeting Msgr. Nugent given

1\w; PORK (NC)-Pope Paul VI Bent messages of for the four-day study of peace and we pray In the ." 1.J.2' honor by Pope Paul

I encouragement and cordial good wishes for the success peace by world leaders. words of our venerated pred \. "

here last weekend of the Pacem in Terris convocation In his message to Cardinal ecessor. Pope John XXIII, in \ WtM".
Spcllman, the Pope said: his encyclical Pacem In Terris. Administrator, educator and parish Priest art three
an international study on to posit ive action for world "On the occasion of the international that soon 'every human f Irvine
the requirements for l peace.In being find in this roles concurrently exercised by Monsignor Nugent.
peace. The Pope praised the convocation on may organ E; I
a message delivered! United! Nations and its "irre requirements for peace we ization an effective safeguardof \ When Pope Paul VI honored him last week by giving

through I'ew'ork's Francis placeable mission in promoting have addressed our message his personal rights' and \ \ 'r him the title of Very Reverend Monsignor as a papal
Cardinal Spcllman, the Pope mediation of disputes and ot good wishes to Dr. Hutch-- we add, every nation a forumin : to his three
expressed a prayerful desire \ I chamberlain, it was news of happy moment
which right and reason
restoration of !I'ace. ins, chairman, and we would f
that "these deliberations lead In a \letter to Robert :M. ask you, beloved son, to renew may replace force and mightas \ ;; Florida "families," the Chancery where he is Chancellor

lutchins.1 chairman of the international the expression of our principles" of justice and .l1 ; Father Lopez High Schoolof where his parents. Mr. and
prayerful desire that these peace. .. H',
In Poland convocation which ;, Daytona Beach of whichhe Mrs. Francis Nugent residein
examined the requirementsfor deliberations lead to positive In his message to Dr. Is president, and Our County Tyrone. Monsignor

peace, Pope Paul said auniversal action for world peace. Par- Hutchlns Pope Paul has said: Mission leadersAt Lady of Lourdes parish in Nugent has a brother, Brian,
and peaceful soci ticularly during the present
Mityana, Uganda Gregory Cardinal Aga- Daytona Beach where he is and four sisters. Miss Maureen
Sees new ety has as its basis the acceptance grave international crisis it "The illustrious assemblageof Mrs John Ferns
of one God as the is necessary to invoke higher distinguished personages, gtanian, the Church's chief missionary official, is pastor. Nugent. O'Brien and

slaveryimposed/ foundation of all justice and principles of the moral order over which you will presidein seen blessing the congregation at the shrine Monsignor Nugent's relatives Mrs.Edmund Vincent all in
of all brotherhood. and to recall the collective responsibility New York this month intends of St. Noa Mawaggali, one of the 22 Martyrs of in Ireland also rejoiceat Mrs.
"The recognition of this of all nations for to study the problemof Uganda canonized last October by Pope Paul VI. the latest recognition givento

Divine plan must then be followed the preservation of friendly world peace according to Bishops standing, left to right: Archbishop Guido his yean of priestly work. Monwanor Nugent 36I IS
relationships and the avoid the teachings( of our venerated The Chancellor of the 11I->! ordained a Priest of this Diocese
BERLIN (NO)-The Card-! by its execution will ance of armed conflict whichIn predecessor, Pope Del ilestri, Apostolic Delegate: Archbishop scar since June IS, 1961!/ ( in Ireland on June 6,

cal primate of Poland has asserted through men," Pope good Paul wrote among our day would have Incalcuable John XXIII, in his encyclical Joseph Kiwanika of Rubaga, and Bishop Vincent :Monsignor Nugent joined the 1954.
in a sermon m Warsaw and frightful results letter Pacem in Terris. McCauley C.S.C., of Fort Portal, Iowa-born Holy Chancery staff he bean ago He received his early edu

that "slavery of a kind The Pontiff thanked the or.ItHnlzt'rI for all mankind "Such a purpose cannot but Cross missionary. cation at the Christian Brothers' .
been known of the convocationfor lie is a native of Ireland, and second.
which has never "Increasingly more Important evoke our cordial approvaland elementary
before" is being imposed to the honor paid to his then is the irreplacable encouragement, and we ary schools in Omagh. His

day by people who claim to predecessor, Pope John mission of the United Na wish the participants every Head of secretariate home parish is Drumraghand
bring freedom. XXIII, whose encyclical Pa tions in promoting mediationof success and satisfaction in unity notes it takes in the town of

) rem in Terris was the basis disputes and restoration of their quest for lasting solutions Omagh which has a population -
Cardinal tt'szynhk
of Stefan iniezno and Warsaw, referring to this vital problem. joint talks with world council of about 6000. lie studied
to police state methods Such solutions, of course, if for a year at the Queen'sUniversity
Leaders hail
in Belfast beforehe
based on the admirable doctrine
used In communist Poland of that papal document, JKXKVA; ; (NC) The head of the Church's Secre vote in favor of ecumenism entered St. Kieran's Seminary

asked: will exclude every ostensible tariate for Promoting Christian Unity, Augustln Cardinal (there were only 11 negative in Kilkenny. Seminary

"How much longer will one having peace on earth goal remedy which ignores the Bea, has officially told the World Council of votes out of a total of more studies were undertaken between

have to fight so that citizens -J existence and rights of the Churches that the Holy See fully accepts the council's than 2,000)( ) to "the increasingly 1947 and his ordinationto

will not be constantly investigated WAV; PORK (NC)-Three national Catholic leaders Creator: or degrades the dignity proposal to create a joint committee with Catholic rep- fervent ecumenical at the sacred Priesthood.

and followed?" joined in hailing a meeting on peace attended by world and integrity of I His creation reBentatives to find ways of achieving interfaith dialogueand mosph'rehleh pervaded" Monsignor\ Nugent was an

Preaching recently in St. figures and based on Pope John XXlIl's encyclical man, upon whom lie collaboration. the conciliar assembly. assistant at Most Holy Redeemer
Augustine's church In the Polish racem lets shine the light of the divine He said that at the council parish !in Tampa before .
in cms. Cardinal Rea made the mlttet' job would not be to members of the Catholic
capital, he spoke of the satiation for internationalpeace countenance. many he went to Dajtona
regime's systematic elimination Auxiliary Bishop John J. "Glorious things are said Holy See's decision known in make decisions but merely to hierarchy who had had no Beach in 1967

of religious instructionfor Dougherty of Newark, assis The Pacem in Terris convocation of 0 of God" (Psalm a speech on February 18 at survey principles and methods experience of ecumenical
children. He said in this tant for United Nations affairs was sponsored by 86 you 3))., the headquarters of the WCC of dialogue and collaboration problems "were brought up He hat presided over the
connection: to the chairman of the the Center for the Study of here. He came at the invitation The results of the com against the reality and madeto growth of Our Lady of
administrative board of the Democratic Institutions (February .Mankind; will be united of the world council's mittee's labors will be submitted reflect deeply to establishsome Lourdes parish and founded
"Alas, we are far from the National Catholic elf ar e 18.201). An invited audience Into that city when It accepts secretary general the Rev. the Cardinal said "to first contacts with their the parish of St. Brendan at

principles of the Universal Conference, called the conference of 1000 heard discussions Cud; as the foundation of all Willcm Visser 't Hooft. those responsible on both non Catholic brethren, and Orinond Beach.

Declaration of Human Rights, "a giant stride toward based on Pope John's justice and of all brotherhood; Cardinal Bra said the Holy sides for further examinationand thus to create by degrees an When he went to the
which was signed by the Polish peninsular
government. the goal of peace on earth" encyclical by such figures as under Him and with Hid See "greets with joy and fully decision. ecumenical mentality. Daytona area, he became .

Other words of praise came UN Secretary General tJ) grace men will 5551Klatehits accepts) the proposal The Cardinal described his The council's Decree on actively engaged In the

"There are people today In statements by Father John Thant, Vice President Hubert a universal and peaceful made by the central committee visit to the VMC headquar Ecumenism: he said "dues building of Lopez High Schoolto

who Kay thut they bring freedom 10'. Cronin S.S.. assistant director II. Humphrey, Chief Justice society of the World Council of tees as historic nothing else than flun which he was assigned as

to other people and who, of the NCVYC social Karl Warren and others. Attending "The recognition of this Churches at Enugu (Nigeria) paper the personal experiences president In 1958.
in fact bring them of the convocation He said the meeting was,
slavery action department, and WilLiam were last month.
I Divine plan must then be followed of the council Fa- Monsignor Nugent was
a kind which" has never been K. Moran Jr., dean of representatives of the western by ill execution through The proposal would establish "preceded by long preparation t thers." named a consultor of the Di-

known before," the Cardinal the Georgetown University soviet and neutral bloc good will among men, the a mixed committee of not so much of a technical iK-ese on July 1, 19M.
said foreign!: service school and nations. eight WCC representativesand as of a psychologicalnature. Cardinal Bea noted the difficulties
brotherhood and fraternal
At the same time that he
president of the Catholic ." He identified these still to be met I Ile
as- six Catholics to
Hitting the concept that the Bishop Dougherty: noted love of the sons of one heavenly explorethe conducted Chancery work he
preparations as "the whole cited "what occurred during
state is created for itself, not that Pope John had addressed Father" the Pope wrote. possibilities of closer tiesbetween has been a builder of classrooms
series of contacts made anddeveloped and after the last week of the
for man, he said also: Pacem In Tern to "all men "We express our warm appreciation the two bodies and convent in his parish .
( in these last five third conciliar! session" as an
"Freedom Is a sign of prog Peru given farm of good" III." to the organizers Cardinal lira sold the creation yean since the foundation of example of such difficulties. at Daytona Beach and the
ress. Creating slaves means a of the convocation, for the provisional church and social
of the committee "cor-
"It the of the Secretariate for Promoting He was probably referring to
was hope Pope
barrier to progress. It also machine to help John" he added "that the honor paid to the memory of responds very well with the Christian Unity, both with a denial of a petition draftedby hall for the parishioners in
the death of the the beloved Pontiff, our pred Ormond Beach.Daytona
means national .
Inter and the spirit of theieecond
encyclical would have practical many of the churches which some council Fathers who
culture.\ fill food needs political effects. How ecessor.fe of illumination invoke richestgrlcl'l and ( Vatican Council's) art members of the council sought to change a previous

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HUARI, Peru ((1C: ) A realized when guided by the lions of the upon convocation, thatit He predicted it would "give such ." Fathers from choosing Beach
now threshing machine capable of beacon of his teachings, may succeed' in promoting, excellent results both in the Of these, the Cardinal continued whether to vote on the draft

..." " " " threshing 25 to :.15 sacks or world leaders will search out not only the idea of peace field of mutual collaboration the most Important document on religious liberty
wheat in one hour has been the requirements! of peace. but the reality of peace between for the solution of the great were the prolonged: contacts
The convocation marks a made during the Second Vatican He said other difficulties

offered to and and of
BeachPRINTING an agricultural cooperative individuals nations urgent problems our ,
Daytona here giant stride toward the goalof and also that Council. would arise in the future. .v "y T "I 17 .u
by the Cath especially in this 12 day and age: in
olic Relief Services-National peace on earth." months entitled the year of of dialogue( Cardinal Bea attributedthe "The whole thing "is never I .. .., aee ."ionras.
Father Cronin said the con conciliar to allow ourselves. be discouraged. ,
Catholic Welfare Conference.The intci national cooperation. He observed that the com- overwhelming .'
vocation's( significance I but to face difficulties ." ", I. '
people of this mull, "stems the and with
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Coachmen. Printing Co. mountain live In extreme Ideals. We feel that the san \ mountains, as the

I. M.11...>, CL 2.4284 138 Magnolia farmer one week to thresh a Pope! John's teachings will Regulations on Cardinal.
sack of wheat" appeal| to millions who do

To teach them modern agricultural not share his religious faith. fast and abstinence Poland refuses

INCOME TAX techniques' ) and to provide "\1 mankind rejects the

them with fertilizers insecticides evlrentes of nuclear war on visa to prelate
SERVICEHow.rd.Turner and tools, an agricultural the one hand and communist npO foxier the spirit of penance and of In accordance with the provlilon of

& Associates cooperative was established world! domination on the reparation for sin, to encourage self- Canes law a* modified through the sse u\\:: (l.NC: ) The communut -
last June by Monsignor other, we must seek a middle denial and mortification and to guide her
government of Poland
944 Mason Av. 255-4256 ? special, faculties granted by the Holy
Marco I.ibardoni, pt elate way based nut on force but children In the footstep of Our Divine has refused a request of
nullius of lluari. on truth, freedom, justice and !\for. the following regulations| are pub-
Archbishop! Roleilav Komi-
Saviour! Holy Mother Church Imposes bylaw
Named in memory of PresIdent Inv r, fished I nee for Wroclaw, for a visa
ivterol the observance, of fast and abstinence
e Clash John F Kennedy, thecooperative
.$9 through the aid :Moran called the convocation to visit Austria ....... and _.... i..d
"heartening," and said The prelate had been Invited
LLOYD COX of the United States Bishops' Open I P\'f'tll |II| F.M.
it is "recognition/: that Pope On abstinenceEveryone by Franciiku Cardinal
I'clief'ncy/: has been able
Oftict Suppffo John XXIII's\ statement of Koenig of Vienna. and the as-
to receive funds and grants l.ngwl' iae'lse
CL 1-1471 for various socio economic principles has universal validity : over 1 years of age Is gravy made from meat may not be lemWy of Catholic journalists .
III HertIs ...... Sin t of Tirana, before whomhe Cleaa Mad.rsSAN "
projects lined at ..U.Partialab.
bound to observe the law of abstinence'
The peace association president was to speak on the ecu
"With a relatively small said Catholics have aright tinl'nt'f'' Is to be observedon menkal council's schema 13 REMORESTAURANT
Complete abstinence II to be observed
sum, reports James Noel to be "pleased" by theconvoxaton Ember: and on the Church m the modern
Wednesday Saturdaysand
Welcome Traveler CHS director in Peru,
"a but "even on Fridays, Ash Wednesday, "rtd.Arrhbutop.
Purnitor great incentive has been more, on th.1:11 of Pentecost. On daysof WO SO. R10CEWOC3:
we should recognize the challenge" the Vigil of the Immaculate Conception Koounek bad
refel. Md ,.. Spec.1tI.: awakened not only toward the partial abstinence meat and soup or
not been allowed to
of the individual and D'cernbtr:3rd or 21th. On days of be prtic CL 2-1357
Iron progress made from meat taken
..He.. Wl'tIIKJht 'We abuse all should be In gravy may pate fat the third MMM of
AlwnmwmI families but also toward the the forefront with knowledgeof complete abstinence meat and soup or only once a day at the principal meal the council and was alas refused

Hrgft..., I-Ormond" lash development" of the community these great words of our a ma to go to Rome

late pontiff and in seeking to attend a meeting of acouncil Sewinq Machine
means for the application of On fast (1HIUft1llaea.

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us," he said. Everyone over :21! and under 59 other full meat Meat may""be taken at At dedication Semi end P.r+|

ENLARGED & REDECORATED years of age \ia also bound to observethe the principal meal! on a day of fast On Al MtkM

ALA-CARTE and FULL COURSE DINNERS To staff hospital law of fast except on Fridays, Ash Wednesday. KINGSTON'; (1\<"1 JMlal FREE PitUp. .*4 DtUtryC "

HOMEMADE PASTRIES FREE PARKING the Vigil of the Immaculate cars governor general. Sir
The of fast are weekdays Clifford Campbell attended & C Sew-Vac
734 MAIN STREET- 1 BLOCKS WEST OF PIER I'ETIltspsoltni: ;, Ontar.lo and December 23rd or 21th.
(M'lFive Canadian nuns, of Lent including Holy Saturday until the recent dedtcataw of ttte 714 N. a,09'-Hd
midnight, Ember days, the Vigils of Hating: between meals Is Mt .new novitiate of the Sisters
members of the Sisters of St. permitted Just No-iIt* .' U.M*
here Huh
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Jofta'Md:1flltJ S J off* Dial
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Regist ea J..r.. of Itacoatiara, 10U miles up On days of fast only one full mealis When health or ability to work

the Amazon River, the religious I allowed. Two other meatless mrals. would, be seriously affected, the Uw I. Tred".p'sDayfon.
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community announced sufficient to maintain strength, maybe dues not oblige. In doubt concerning Moving & Storage Co

here taken according to each one's needs; fait or abstinence, a pariah Driest or
but together they should not equal an confessor should be consulted.
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Pope John's Seven The Catholic, Friday, Feb. 213, 1963
legacy to world seen by -

peace seekers lauding encyclical Papal recognition of

15) Russell Shaw Hutchms said the late Pope : I Bartok noted
XEIV YORK (NC) Vice President of the United John had consigned nuclear 'TItP': t :I ;i ", .
States Ilubt> II. Humphrey haa arms nationalism colonialism ,
? aid here that Pope .
I John XXIII left the world "a public philosophy for a racism and non- onsU. li.f. 'I ;l Last Sunday'a pariah bulletin at St. Charles Church

nuclear age" in hia (peace tutional regimes to "t h e f" % 7 Orlando contained this para.raph: "Your pastor has
encyclical Pacem in Terra. theyjdilUk* our l Imperfect wastebasket of history" and ; 4' been elevated to the permanent rank of Domestic Prelate,
_. Work.. had also rejected the "devil I ; :
with the title of
Mr Humphrey urged that of Right Reverend Monsignor. Thin honor

work leaden come to under In citing the need for ef theory pohlict""lie i. cornea from Hia 1 tnline- ... P..""1-..> & ..._.j... .u...._ u.r..".".,.-.
..t.ndPope John under. fective International peacekeeping (Pope John) asserts I.I 1 1i Archbishop Joseph P. Hur-;; :

stood-that "war today can I machineryMr.. the unfashionable doctrine i r1'I I i I Ir t ley u a recognition of the His next appointment toiu
assure the death of a nation Humphrey touched on the that 'the same moral law ouUtajidiaf efforts made him to st. Paul parish itt
the decimation of a contl US. position In Vietnam in which governs relations between t tI Petersburg, where he hail IIt::
nent" word that echoed those of Individual human be I by Uw people of StGhartee. opportunity to be deepiy involved .

Under such conditions, he President London It. John togs serves also I* regulate in the care of <>ui.! t
declared "mankind muit son. the relations of political communities That was the way Monslgaar Immaculate Conception nu".
concentrate on the problemsthat with each other,' t Charlas A. Hartok's par. tab there

unite ui rather than on While men today seek the center's president stated I issawiifi ksanwd of the latest Before coming to Orlinli,
those divide us." peace Mr. Humphrey said < e honors of the< Church given he served as admimMiai .
Mr. Humphrey spoke on "our knowledge of ourselvestells "lIe is equally unfashionable tohiM.Monalfner. first at St! Clement pan, 'J,
February 17 to an audienceof us that we can expect no in refusing to see poweras 1 Bartok is ana. Plant City, and then at M

2000 In the United Nations sudden epidemic of peace" the object of politics. The live of Ford, New Jersey, Joseph parish, Lakeland.

general assembly hall at a "We honor Pope JohnXXIII object is the common good a son of Meg Charles .'. Bar When it win announce t
ceremony marking the start on this occasion," he that good which accrues to tok and the late Mr. Bartok that (Orlando second parish
added not because he demonstrated every person because he Is a
of an international convoca a Moaslfnor Martok was born would be organued Monsi-
lion of Pacem in Term that perfect member of the community M January 19. Ittl goer Itartok win piven the
peace can be achieved in a and whkh he would not haveif After Our
Sponsored by the Center for artemlmg Laity task of establulung It. Jill
the Study of Democratic Inttitutioni short time; we honor /him be the" community did not of Peace grade school in epfmintntcflt as pastor cam
cause he raised our hopes exist, he continued. Fords he wan graduated 1 from
the meeting Aprils. P194! when St. Charlesparish's
brought together governmental and exalted our vision It is llutchins said there Is no St Mary High" School l in boun
and non governmental the duty of our generation to foundation to the Idea that jff I>rth Amboy, New Jersey separating it from
leaden of western soviet convert this vision of prate the time Is "unripe" for talk 1 llli undergraduate dayi the mother parish of St
bloc and uncommitted na into reality" about peace saw him at St-ton Hall I'nlvarsity James

tines for talks based on Pope Ilobert M Hutchms, presl- "In opening such a conversation ,- In South Orange New In the early dahe} celebrated -
John's encyclical dent of the Center urged now we may justify Jersey and at St Mary Col- Sunday Ma+cJ in

participants in the convocatwn the words of Pope John, loge !It. Mary Kentucky IMgewater: piihlK' high school
The \let President touched to imitate Pqw John in who in commenting on Tacem His seminary training was at auditorium The fust pare-h

on three major problem- working I for agreement in Terris just before hisdeath St Mary Seminary in Balti building at St Cliailn and
nuclear proliferation aid to among men of diverse nationalities the first
said of it, \\e are convinced building of n"hop\
underdeveloped countries i and beliefs that in years to come Iturtok Moore I Unit School went up
and the need for building ". Pacem In Terris has already the doctrine it offers to the rfaimnl a l'rko.11I1 the was Dlncrxe or- nt the same time under Ml>>n.

world community through the given an historic turn work will prevail by its very of St. AugtMllne. by ArrhhUh- signor lUrtok supervision
lulled Nations., to International affairs,
clarity Presented to our contemporaries henry J. O'ltrlcn al Hart-
llutchins told the first op He Is now president of
Citing the U.S,-Sovlet limited regular without partisanbias ferd, (Cunnittliut 11
on Moore' High School In addi-
convocation session in At
nuclear test ban treaty of it cannot but foster the Queen of Martyrs SarasotaFather linn to his other duties.
the rl'W'ork Hilton Hotel
October 13 and other on growth in the world of those 3917.He
steps since then toward easing February 18 "The Pope did who worthily and with glory Joseph P. Moran of Our church on the occasltm of Uw btoHlng served ai an assistant The parish and the high

tensions between the not wait, for a consensus lie will be called builders and Lady Queen of Martyr parish In Saia- of his now school by Arehbil bop Jooph pastor at Sts Prter and Paul a'Mal are lucated on COUo
decided to take the lead Informing makers of ,'' he con parish and St Michael parish water Drive, ,
Americans and the Russians peace sola offered Maims in tho provisuunal I\ Ilurtcy.ocher facing one another
he called for further steps to one His example" deserves eluded. Miami before going to M M Charles parish j
emulation --- -- ----- --- ----- Augustine as an assistant at
prevent "war by discalcula- first bulMmg offered stuJmti\
bon or accident" Calling the encyclical "oneof NNINNN.NNNINNNNN the Cathwk for three years. in Junior high school lour.

Mr. Humphrey called the the most profound and significant St. Paul lassrwims The churn h, tc
shocking inequality between document of our Msgr. Dan;: holdseducator Youth St. Patrick tory, right more tUsirooms,

rich nations and poor a age." llutrhlns said the tonvocation High School a temporary convent and. a
Grade School parish hall were built in suttralmg
"threat to He said wa, being held 10
peace M....... %.....V..., .,%., years.MomsWnor .
rich nations must aid the the end that this document honor ST. ITTMHHUm-: :
asI'rit'llt.roUt'ltOt'1l 1.\IIC.U-lt1. Patrlck'i/ IMSketball
poor not only out of "compassion" should not be forgotten and Jesuit Tuesday January 38. St1'jul Ilartok has a
team rclve a ills- brother In tho Arm CollH .
but out of "self interest that Its recommendations for 'i High! School was visited ,
as \\ell." action may be serlouily examined in the I')I iocew have loses honored In High/ School by two total doctor, Or. Unctiva honor when one o( >nnls L lUrtuk, who U stattomnl -
I t s members, Christopher at Ankara Turkey. a
"Our tot is their lot our the appointment of papal| l hamtxrlaln given to one c>flortlmer Hubble and Dr Hums, ra Hajk. was aslettetl as
a Mrs
Kora mem- sister Albert Zutiilmln8ton.lVlauare !
their future their "future he raid.our peace"This lie said the keynote t to the their number Monaignor X1 I l>IHnahrr chairman S J mixlwator of the Masque ports !Susan Ba haw. her of the all star team in IN \\ sad a

planet peace is simply too small for convocation lies in Its effortto of the Hoard of Catholic Sr hoota. He J U aim the preaii Club. has announcatl that Jesuit In a program sponsored by null Coast 1'.rcx.1UIt1 l I.a |ue. sinter Sister (liailri Man"
answer the How dent of School and the I'mellas County Tubenu In presenting! the award ala She .., ,
the insulation of the rich question Iliahop Kenny IIlghJltkaol11U i aa a |Mwtor in I High bchool will Stan Is a Sister of !st J" o
against turbulence bred of InJustice can we make peace!" ', guide the He- An luliald MatUeuhs lam Ions and Health Asam'lation, school assembly Coach on the faculty of tin, M i J,
"John XXIII says, as Thorn his theological studies at St they lectured to the student Sean Donnell pratawl Christopher >College J"II" 11'i
in of the mentary school in his pariah out liroadwav hit' J H this It'l| m n < ; II
world"TurBtag any part a* Aquinas did More' him I of San Joae.MuMlgnor Mary Seminary in Baltimore, coming April 23 and M at the body oo the many dangers In.. for his ". outstanding TIM latest of the 'liandImiklmgi ,,,, .'

to the United Nations that peace Is the work of Maryland. high school, auditorium at I vojved in smoking The doc' determination concentration that M o n M, c: n r
charity and justice" he added was tori showed a J' lra whit and team .tawtwrship." iUitok has built t tI"! .
the Vice President said bent on December 22, 1929. He was ordained s Prlf pm. The |play Is a modern pointed out the grave dangersiavolvld on shr
its strengthening is "one of Peace Is not merely the at Leugblll, County Um..rltk.1rriaRd. NrfhbUhop Joseph, I'. IJur- adaptation, of the problem of in smoking and the ... PatrMk's had a success of tattle Lake FaiiM<'
absence of war; It Is the Mir I. at M. Mary's ( hurrh M.Irtertburg evil aa rapraaaed in the Book the Hiahu|> Moore IdeihchmiUM
our most urgent tasks clever means. itaedoy fill II rrrurd 'this se. un."Parental .
"Today we hear voices ad tare of 'human Itfe everywhere OB March I I. l&. of Jab Members ut Hw cast silveris Charlf. l'aii"hae"
vocatistj abandonment of the It is IM accident that He has a brother wh I is are. yet to he announced tisers to AcoutisJ* .. suppMt. and I the vent for Ihe'it Aut'I'', ,..
United Nations withdrawal Pacem In Terris begins with ale a I'rle.t .( this IMorese His first assignment was in J a hit of human rights and a pastor In Jacksonville, education. He taught at Central representative of The Florida la oMUMuUoM with the. asMmMy school," said Coach ODonnail 'Ills own suter (ln'iiinK:,
the United Nations he .
rent "The Pope says, "the fundamental talker T. !*. husker fir f Catholic High School In CatholK al Jesuit High I program, a bulletin gava the boys added Alan\ litII'/ JIII,1I' f .:
said. would"They are misguided, principle I I upon Sacred Heart Church. Fort IjMiderdale and was an School l lie will ait a* student board on the first floor of Uw "incentive and drive," Morning Mar s.: i I.,',,t I.I Ihig .' .,
They abandon an imperfect which our present peace depends assistant at St Anthony reporter. high school carries an later. A quirk thinking panel' of the tiiooeMn "hr.,"i If'
Instrument for preserving must be replaced hv Their parents Mr and Mrs (.'huft'bMr.\ .. Jesuit IIICh Mhoo| will renfurl riling display ., pertinent Rt Patrick's eighth grader handicapped ihildiui' .n GIns
world peace because Matthew Danahrr l>> are deceased material Colorful posters are discussed rlorida/
another The prTipi upon After completing; post graduate ( rnlrsme tel on rrh- recently current'
which our present pear. depends Mrs Nora Daly Dan Mwhes at the CatholICl'ftIY" nary n Ur adml.lMN nest displayed l I throughout the lupus and answered rapid

CLEARWATERNNNN.N.N1NN11NN1S Is fear, for that I I. what alter who preceded her bus "" of America, Wahlim fill 10 the ninth grade, ae building. lire questions almut them Bishop Moore'
the theory of dHerraiKe bead in death, was the sister! i, I) (' June, 1s MI, renting. la the f'dlher Mwsrd: A future in which nuclear I

amounts to The principlethat of a distinguished California MonsUUHH' Danaher was T. Pairs .1,J., prlne'p'l. energy cauU be used to move
I.,.... the RaPt Reverend Pope compares MtountoMs solve world fomlpTinNMlMt High School
must replace It is Jus named the pre Wi.t of Ilitb- All eighth grime boys are

Betty K, O'Brion f lace" be asserted. MoMiKMf Patrick Italy The, op Kenny HiM Srfcwtl. eligible. for the teat. "hie h melt 1Nc.,. HtmvaporlM OHI.\MM' M, hart Illbr ,
I maternal uncle. a p.storemeritus ''
& In the Diocese ofh4oMrrey lie has served th* school as Is given without charge and his pilgrimages swampiaods. w a % evnk. vr,,, ,.f f.f1", ''t, 1 Mehane'
I Company Letter auctioned use leader since Aafust, IW. must .be taken to qualify (for unfolded by Philip Ward. Ke 1"lhoz\ .
IresM II ,1) cf 5rv3q1vd
i went to "
1000 0..w 04 00. 0N.005 Two years later' he wa made ninth grate admiaiton No \'.\TK\\ ('In. NCI minding use ttushmte that the '
( t ,
I 0IoW California a* a newly ofdamed ngmevr ng 1:1l1a.1< ; m.Ulthat' ,
KlMMIN |V A derv peaceful use of nuclear energy
.. rhairmafl of the Hoard of appointment Is naceasarv PY Pope Paul VI. comparing his
.hse k> Ml '1 Priest la ItlJ He isretotctng .
_. meat that was pert of an SHtools awl given M app IftI.- ( .4es. said Hoys who. wish to January 1M4, pilgrimage/ to was urged by both Pope'
with other
unsuccessful effort to bring members meat to prepare a new parish take IK* lest should report the Holy Und with his pilgrimage Pius XII and Pop John
bie k INk century King James of the Daaaher Only In the Ran J.M section tifJa to Jeawt High Bcbsvl' by B to the KutharlstleCoagrass : XXIII be stated that thiM y
Ace Hardware I of England to Catholicism family at the cognrtioa given < k.*mriUeStxce a in Bombay last December ( given knowledge mot bused
will, be offered at Sotbeby by the Holy Father to nil m.The to "benefit maa. yr
school ocrupssa newlyetMUfttwd said that what. teak
Phone -. -. ,Inu.her.rater he west (to laa JON ,
house March 2. It
I auction on ( brothers and sisters on (irtoter II. INS and .b.. buildings on an paces him to the former was Uwhutorlt' .\ brief ......... nf r.mmuMhMM -
4440174l i Ie a letter from Scotch Jesuit of Mtmsignor wiaher, b*. rime.' mlaistrator, Mann I, campus al 4711 North Christ while"' what IM w..." ami the resit? IaMryu.11 I

l ::'> |46JGJft ta/.y William Crirhtosi to a papalemos aides .Us Prt..* brother. arc m. he has. built Uw cnur< h, Ilianaa Avenue, three blmks took him to India was thaKucharlst fhrMsmi |ea.Mii4s It checks
in Mrs I..... IttUivaa i>fMttm. a srbnol. far 4M pupils, rectory north of AI urea Field It is : ware d.*....... by Diane
I. Kalaa4 Mrs DMHeflernaN ad a raxvant that will the oldest .high school la Just M In .... Holy" landwe Mel,. I
hisses rtfM shots of Merry Tampa Pully accredited Jes- want toward Chrut J"IU.,
UM wilt W dor-
THAYER DODGEDODGE tor .tm limerick. Ireland a' fr the perish l.e wa aimed iwt idlers real..... preparatory to tie true and earreborallngfnunta The aepifMsnn. of ('hrb....., |P Ppi'kcipts. fia. Iran iclettc I m S f. 31 -tin

DART CORONET MONACO Mrs Tom Mack Charl**; .pastor M Joe Jl, 1'Jfa1 courses which tocluda the of His Gospel to the ., MSgr tr
C. s (0,000 frwU Of S ...reedyPlies. vill''*. County Cork. PatrickDsNMtiw U"> April <. I'JI',.., Mowlgnor new approach' M physics and still cantemporiry tea' hinged Men Lasnk, t'ouldwI"/ tu s hip Progiaiu' :
Ty yen I>aaAer. ..... a member mathematics as well as basic Hla. Ma, of Hw andPtoeunidtos cure aortal. evils, espwiallyJuvasrito
Woodrlitte, I ,
44.-tI IM ,101S I CUve!*** St o nhiU general. edteatlonMisdnnta daUsuuswryWlasfrtd Mlrkarl' ls a arnlur at DUhf -
Mrs. Noel l OSkaucbntssy of the bu&JfMC cwnmiasMM of an In Ids thetasHsr < MiMire' Wilt ftrhmil sad l I'
who wish to enter ,. .. was char
the Aurae.Last ., theplot
err1..... County gravitation resident e( the luilrnl "UK.I!)
ef UN I
| he UM 1totI 4k. eleventh, or 'twelfthgra4 man pod ltuaa1Oll.
ortmtali'm powerfulsacred I
amp.rvtarlthe ,
Lustertck. Mrs Peter nut year '
qualify thnwgh a lie I I. In Ihs lop (he per f ntf
SKYCREST PHARMACY wick, a ..,.. ta Marie, Car. fBSMtnsftlan of a new may nd in.pitjiM.n fit the slwdrnl lowly Kbso
J.t I'HJ\\i > MI' M T a<... sad Matthew Danebtr wss< t er tbe gtfls school at transfer procedure Details be ob- Wtry gesture and every word Vicar general !(ilrally
of this procedure can
IMshofi Keaay and a new st Him alme '.
who works for General Ktoctrie : convert < aura was prMM
rot Free D-.nery: Prvre ._ ( al]: 41 r ; .1 CMDpaay I in Manson,- for II: .....,. af M J.. tamed from the sthool hi the. Bin-harm. alive 1IW;; 1'u11KC& ) rranrisappointed Michael !hat reeK> 1st

A !It pv .. I;:'nea."rv r.e 41 -2 IreladMsasigwr. s..fli. lie is cwMtaaUy en- Movie week set aid srtlv M at ra,ting Cardinal ........ IHonaiganr I'Mete. of merit fi ,I i
DaaaVr's father .*... W 1m......... the Marti sa .Mspinng (hem turesoluUoni Terence J. ('rakea M-hoiarehtp prugrsm ftun >
was bent a4 died .MWoadrbff ........ leash .Hat* region! \\1.1.\11411.11I. t.pebN'/ 1 esseNle uf ,faithTV vicar general ef lie New I will be n..I1I, I alwd <

SAVE 40 TO 40 ON .Ke. f.rmdfor aoeredetos.Mraslgser. -The Mh internal Himl' festival soot II gave v. arehdereese. Mesugnor of March, The, ,1
WO [N'S FAMOUS IRAND SPORTSWEAR meet *f hss. Itfe la the Daaaker In of relifiooi films "ill beheld Pap spoke last week Uaka has ham chancellor M oiiuiing a o'ernenresharedh / i
2 STOKES TO SERVt YOU first wield. War he s.m* in Iii heeded t"1"r1c" >l1' Comm here from Ail| III to B In technicians and ..t"real smra IMI There are t,.>i jl
tile I'a4 .taM Assay rice Hre sa charge of the kiddy," Judges will a..r" \>Titn to Italy !NIl,It"'"I ini"I end i l ltelrviiKm ethar whirs gainful muii" 1 Ci>l It") .f "h"prnf' | I
h* hand II yeses M Aawrra sate*K(ul diocesan r'orhanstw : Short and '"JI''lrmtfi ,film* IH-IJ ," i iSntMl ., parr Rlshofi M.jrrl V lur I i -' "f I J. "' rf ,

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SARASOTA-BRADENTON Appointed editor tars ftII! G 1 s a -vs,

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fJr Cyafrr appointed editor of the ( ath- .. ,
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New school marks for
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Fen 2t R. 1965 f Newman apostolate marks

Pontiff recognizes growth on 50th anniversary

UASIIIMilON! (NO) -The organized work of the

Burns Catholic Church among students in the secular academic
Msgr. anewSt i
.. community marks its 50th anniveisary this year with
special observances net for this month.
Augustine: people, piesently engrossed in preparations The National Newman Apostolate has designated the
for the 400th of the and and
anniversary city parish last
week of February M "Cardinal Newman Week' and
Oldest Mission, rejoiced to hear that their dislin'Ulshrdp8.llor. / 21 "Cardinal
February as Newman Day" in memory of
:Monsignor John p 1 -
at the Catholic University ol the 19th century English
Burns, has just been newly America in Washington D (' convert and scholar unoae adequate," only 250' Priestsare

honored by Pope Paul VI. where he earned the licentiate work inspired the move full-time! chaplains

The elevation of Monsignor\ : m canon law. Karly in his Jr went )In its 50 years, the Newman .
Burns to Domestic Prelate Priesthood he was an asMS movement hal
From humble beginnings In multipliedsix
with the title of Right Reverend tant both at the Cathedral lines
Monsignor emphasizesa and at St Paul parish m 1915 when a "federation of

little known fact upon the Jacksonville Beach' college Catholic students"was It now includes distinct

local scene-but one that has loosely formed to assist units of students, chaplains
associated with the
had far.reaching effects upon matrimonial Long tribunal nf the the 15,000 Catholics at secular faculty members, alumni
the souls of countless personsin Display trophy at St. Joseph AcademyMembers members of an honor society
Diocese, Monsignor: Burnt became colleges and universities the and a fund
the adopted state of the ratting foundation
young pastor of the venerable March the 2, ms.vlte-offlclalis and nffklalis on of St. Joseph( Academy Deserve, Cathy Usina, Linda Euts- Jimmy Taylor; front row, Danny movement has grown to am These are united under a single

Cathedral: 20 1931 in St. Augustine basketball team her, Nancy Hines, Roberta Hugaa, Colee, Reddy Cox Richard Howes, I u I 11 i I.faceted organization office, the National "Newman
on February a post
Monsignor( Burns spend he still retains. and Pep Boosters display tradi. Sister M Herbert S.S.J", principal, Bob Webb John DuPont and Larry facing the challenge of offer Apostolate, which is a

many weeks each )rlf. both tional trophy won back from Father Patty Drozd, Kathy McCarter, McGowan. ing spiritual and academic section of the youth department
of the "National Catholic
March 196,
here and In Ireland, fostering Burns In became, administratorof Monsignor Lopez High School: from the Coach }':d Drozd, Judy DuPont, help to an estimated ft0,000! Welfare Conference

vocations in the young Irish St Joseph parish in Lo- left back row, Danny Downs, Tom Margo Cox, Tony McGumncss, Catholics at state and private, John !Henry Cardinal "Newman .
seminarians he seeks out, and
non Catholic institutions of
retto A year later, he movedto was closely associated
leading them to the Diocese 1 Jacksonville Beach to become Student center higher learning with Oxford University\ England .
which he serves.In Of
things ,
administrator of St. many The arm; which the Church lie planned unsuccess
the past, as In the present Paul parish He was there AUSTIN, Texas (NC-The) has marshaled for this task fully to found a Catholic student -

the Irish have played a when he was! named pastor of nine Bishops of Texas plus grows early, now counting group there.
great: role in the missionary the Cathedral and Chancellorof Background to ecumenism state and university officials JO.'I:! Priests, ZOI Newman Three years after his death
efforts of the Church in Florida the (Diocese He became a will take part in the dedication Centers, IX lay volunteers in 19IO! one was established

They come here from a Papal Chamberlain in 1958 By Fr. Henry J. Miron; Jiension created by wide variety lishment of the World Colin- here on February 28 of from the Extension Society not in his homeland, but by a
nation that has one of the Whpnfonsgnor: / Burns relinquished of cultural background: cil and expressing the wish the new Catholic Student Center II Sisters at seven centers group of Catholic students at
oldest Christian civilizationsto his )position as :" a previous column it was and tradition may be clearedup that in spite of the abstention/ to serve the 2600 Catholics and variety of programs on the Imvcrsity of Pennsylvania
accomplish the same work Chancellor it was to build noted that one of the characteristic before difference in dogma of the Catholic Church from among the University ofTexas' at least 968 campuses! The "Newman name remained
for Christ that they have seen schools In Cathedral parish attitudes of the tan be fruitfully discussed ecumenical meetings an unofficial 22,000 students, attached to such
ether Priests do so well in and devote time to Staffed by two Paulist Officials admit this force the .
more planning early desire for unity among I Indeed, the reports issued exchange of views groups: through )'carl
their homeland Seeking more for the celebration of the Priests the center Is a structure must grow as dramatically In
,Catholics the by the conferences of Edinburgh : with Roman Catholic theologians The month anniversary
vocations from Ireland is a Qiiddncrntennidl In announcing non was emphasis and Oxford made it might be made possiblefor of pink Texas granite the coming years as it has in cf'll.'bratlon111 climax: reb-

special work that Monsignor: the change: at the Chancery !, laid upon cooperation clear that the problem lyingat the purpose of informationand contrasted with black :Minnesota the past. Priests! assigned as ruary 21.Subscribo.
Burns accomplishes in addition Archbishop Joseph P. between Christian bodies in the root of most theological clarification granite It contains a full time chaplains and the

to the other claims upon Huiley expressed)( his appie- spite of differences of doc- difference is the problem of The Vatican replied that library, classrooms, seminar number of centers have doubled \\,\,\,\" "" '" "'"''",..
his time. elation Monsignor: Burns room, auditorium recreationarea in the past decade
!: Church
dine It was felt that agreement : the nature of the "there was no obstacle in
Monsignor: Bums was born for the extraoidmary devotion on dogmatic questionswas As a result of the conferences the way of consulting confidentially chapel, offices and facilities However, only 90 of the :203! now

on March 17, 1924, in Blarney, to duly he had manifestedas of secondary importance| of Oxford and Edinburgh : the Bishops and for social activities centers are rated "reasonablyA ..4..4..E'is'

County Cork, Ireland, the son Chancellor or at least t not as pressing, ( as it was decided that the apostolic delegates" '
of Mr, and Mrs, Daniel Burns :Monsignor Burns !left the some !kind of united front or two movements Life and So matters stood when In r -f J f;

He attended Blarney parochial Chancery position in I December federation of ChristianChuiches Vtoik\ and Jaith and Order September 19)9.:) the second : ,
school and the 0'Sullivan l'r!')>9, and has since given : should be unified and the ecumenical World War broke out. ; ,; : ; 'f I ii,

Academy, South Mall, extensive time to diocesan movement as such "t ,.
Cork. projects assigned to him, as The reaction of the Holy established) as a permanent :
Following: his six jcars of well as to the major undertaking See was clearly expressed In organization in the form of Newman ClubCiltSlLI.tOn I'\

study at St Patrick College of enlarging and remodeling those early days, particularly the World Council of the ; t1A% ': I'J
Carlow Monsignor Burns was ) the Cathedral III the "nrrlll'allort..IIII": / Churches It was further decided : : the eve aMt "" 1 ,I
ordained a Priest of the Diocese Church and preparing a new ,\nimtis" of I'iusI Issued In that the basis of membership Valentine's. 256 students of
of st. Augustine on Cathedral rcctoiy 1112'! $. in the VUC should be which 90 per cent were foreign t t ; t:;
June 4, WA. by Thom students, gathered at the .
Bishop ( r
:Monsignor: Burns Is a diocesan 1 Doctiinal unity was neces- faith J in Jesus Christ as God t 'to.
as Keogh of Kilddic and Catholic Student Center of t sets
and Saviour
consultor and director of awry be'fen e more active practical
Leighlm, the Lmversity of Honda for .
the Pontifical : '
Society for the unity could be attempted t
His parents and brothers Shortly before the outbreakof the second annual international
Propagation of the faith .
attended the ordination His m war In I'111!' the date nf (the covered dish supper. f
the Diocese director
of Irish
brothers are Dermot. Timothy ; During the years which first assembly of the World
seminarians, vicar for religious ) elapsed between the Stockholm This event Is sponsored by
and rmbarr Burns, all Council! of the Churches was
of Ireland. ( : and chairman of the (119251) and I anne fixed for August t, 1911 f-t Patrick's Women's Club
Apostleship( of Prayer I19J7)) conferences and their and hv the Newman ('lubof

1111 has an unrlr, Father \m'censors in 1917: at Edinburgh A letter vas addressed to the Inlvrriity of rlorida.
Timothy T. Cronin, who Is and Oxford, an almost the Vatican officially informing J 1
pastor of Sacred \Heart Official named revolutionary change took the Holy See of the ebtab- The organization( of the t 1i 1f i
meal itself was handled by ,
Church In Conrne, Texan, in place in the outlook! and aims
\TIC\V CITY Sf- Mrs. Leo Hessctte from St.Patrick's I
( )
the Diocese of Galveston; of the ecumenical movement
Pope 1'11111 has named :Mnn' among( non Catholic T h i schange Priest predicts The food which/ II
Monsignor Burns/ was assigned signor: Mai'10 Sehirrano as was prepared by the Women
brought about directly
: was
to post graduate study undersecretary of the Apostolic 's Club of St Patrick included I I
by the'contact of mind advance f
Signature: of which he \\IIh' mind and person with warning ham, chicken, peas, Ui : !
has been (lie consultor! for the beans, nee, various salads,
in the and take of
ST. AUGUSTINE person give:
past t two years The Apostolic| ecumenical discussion and of earthquakes cakes, pie, coffee and salt

Signature hears appeals from dialogue': As a result of this drinks An international Valentine's I
the Itonian Rota and from discussion the easy optimism VISION: ( 11-) Priest Mike Connor, president of Dayfor
civil and criminal courts in seismographer who has Honda Newman Club, was
Safes and of the car her Mages( of the
ServiceCHEVROLET.BUICK Vatican City.Monsignnr. stills cnient/ I largely I disap., | traced hundreds of earthquakes emcee The entertainment! included covered dials: supper wan served the party by from the left.. Andrea .

: Schiciano replaces !pealed, Little by little certain | with instruments, acknowledged guitar selections by to Home 256: students, most of which Roth chairman of the party

Monsignor CiiacomoViolaidowho principles came to he ret'on- : that only once Juan Ponce a dame from were foreign students, at the Catholic Ilia Mesa, entertainment chairman;
has been named sued as essential to true ecumenism has he felt an earth tieinor! the Philippines by ill 1 Divioagracia Student Center of the University and Father Frank M. Mooch, chaplain

Fort Marion secretary of the Congregationof ( Father Francis J iHmohoeS and Mrs llrulah .Su f.f Florida. Mike Connor, left president of the Cub Thus event It sponsoredby

Chevrolet Co. Sacramental I Discipline, Of these principles one of assistant due-dor of the sal], American folk tongs by of the Newman Club at the St. Patrick Women's Club of

Ordained in 1918. Monsignor the most impoitant is that Boston College( seismograph( Hub Shifaloe and Huth Ursen. University, wan aided in the plan GitmeswiUe and the Newman Club.
station, recalled 'Once when a selection by Rtll
12) San. Mare !-venll. Schierano was a military though: unity must 1 be has
I !kid in Boston there' Davis( classical guitar selections
was a
chaplain Inoild Mar II He rally dogmatic', the road to
St Augustine entered the papal secretariateof it is psychological It was retogmccl '- was an earthquake and I renumber by Adrian Srballos, and

VA 1J2I2THOMPSON state in 19rjO and served in : that home contact in we all thought it was popular which Cuban piano selections "Tkn 1 ii the boil study in Amric C.tfo4 the of truck the encouraged
the apostolic internunciature understanding between dif noise a on a thin ."
in Kgjpt: and the nunclatuie firing Christian groups was next ktiect"' large number of the foreign AMERICA MAGAZINE -Hw9" J. Nolan
students to sing along<< by
In France essential that
so ml al''le-' Father: Dunohcif predictedthe Mrs, Itoqurita I Humbrrto

day Is coining/ when neirnliU Cortina who got a mystery "At the Fist Vcn .+cai Council V.rot ..i th. mod vocal of tk. Anwi.
will bf able t.. foretell pr.laros! Ha and! .!l
prize was encouraged by hw ghost kvtly t .tIV', mutt be h..ntIft9 i ibo **Ith
earthquakes In area such at 'friends In the audience to recite of S*, P.t.,', won now. noting Otis. hely "tif.d; th.t the .hN'' has
'St. ANTHONY'S'Deo Japan and California withina a poem about Cuba com .'",.,t M round and th.t the tlungu< fought< for in his; day *...
month of their actual. uc- .k..ely had th. f *,md, ;< t'on, ,"
Floral decoration ,
( sled l to rather Edward R Mnrti 'cau) currrncr.ith by Mrs. Frank "Maiower redone THE REGISTER PAPERS -S.K. .p Rob** J. D-,...

sad \\' the use of tinlay's In. ),
tensely delicate instrumentshe This overwhelmingly sue' "Sprightly, w.I.wri i"/I$ Tbin: '"9rouj"g .nd awth.ltttC h.sory; .
n ef' drtt importmt to th. k'storian. nPud.nt. and 9..rtl raider .f f
BAILEYVA4UJI said many more earthquakes cesuful event was begun last any
Sf. d.nom.n; .t>on,
now are recorded than ear by Andrea Hoth who
0 Cathedral .Pba'e .. Buy a copy of this original; ; long and h.lp build the BroolivilU ever before lie added l The was then external affairsvicechairman THE FLORIDA HISTORICAL QUARTERLY -S r,rd, K.ndr
C.thol.e. Gr.d. School It it by D.v. Ring(., Author of Wabash matter of earthquake prediction of the Southeastern "-

IIlu... All proc..di benefit, the school.! For your uto- Is being studied by scientists Province of I the Na '''' 'i x . copy but progress: up to now tonal( :Newman' federation ? REBEL
has not been significant"
This event will h continued
Writ. T. Earthquakes: In !New .:nl- *
and tuggrtled t. other :\,..
land are rare but father I
r4u St. Anthony School Brooksville, Fla. )Donohoe said, "f I am sure chairman man duns) Itarbara bY the new('.rkejr.woe : BISHOP
there will be" more of them
sn October! 1!*>3, centered :30 \\as due In a large measureto

miles at sea off Gloucester Mrs Glenn r'arris who Is jiE IJ I l j THE lifE AND ERA OF AUGUSTIN Visor
The Priest said instrumentsof tonnected with the foreign >
the college station today students on the Honda campus A.IIOlBfli
Al INVESTMENT .IN YOUR SON'S FUTUREGROSS tan record a big quarry explosion Ilia Mesa who is Ftor III

BudgeHng7U. located as far as luo ,da's 'foreign student coordinator '
miles away and even noise and rather Fraik a ]1L1 n.alinq ?l.c.w

j-OL'Y( ;1 5 by Boston trallic miles away touch who is the chaplain of

.. Our Low Cost shows up on instruments. here. Hondas :Newman Club. Scck meld Jfd aj ]iuBi.Wp /

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forced to Nine The Florida Catholic Feb. 26 IftU
Friday, ,

Msgr. Wells named I } r -
flee/ from rebel's J-rr i .. ; f
rr .....:J Orlando parish
attack in CongoLEOPOLDI'ILLE papal chamberlainCollege .. i J '" t. I
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(NO for Msgr. Farrelly
The Catholic Bishop of Ma. and high school 1 I studenta in Central Florida

hag In the northeastern Con. added their! congratulation is to those of diocesan and Downtown Orlando was accustomed! to hearing the

when go had to flee into rebel the bush parochial friends of Monslgiwaa :nor John F \\eUt when word Catholic of St. Jamea pariah refer to their pastor .aj
Congolese soldiers receded! that he hadrecognition been given papal honora inPhe
coming from neighboring "Mlonalgnor"when! the Monsignor John G Buh.>p \\\1;
of his work. 1( Priest who i It of
Uganda captured his see city Accordingly when the parishioners learned iat,
it was learned here. St. Margaret Mary parish Winter Park ia diocesan dl. Sunday morning that the Holy Father had made Father

Two seminarians from Ma. rector Christian of the Confraternityof St. Anthony parish In Fort Terence J. Farrelly. St. James pastor a papal chamber

hags who also escaped and Doctrine Lauderdale. lain, it was accepted .aa only fitting for a Priest whl sopredeceanors
reached here recently report. A native Floridian, Monsignor Captain Joan Marie Wells, lair.t were ilonigTior -

ed that a rebel force 200 to Veils was ordained by a nurse with the U. S. Air Bishop and Monsignor now under constrmtba .M

300 strong converged on Ma. Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley Fore stationed in Germany; Michael! Fox. Lake Lawne, Orlandi. and.
hag) about Sam. January 21, The ordination took place in Mr and Mrs. James Wells, which is scheduled for occupancy -
and began firing mortar the Church of St. Anthony at the brother who teaches for :i .Joulpor Fox served as later thiS vicar

shells and rifles. Fort Lauderdale on May 26, General Motors In Danville t ya, i Orlando pastor! more than lie Is also a board memberof

The only protection was the 1956 the parish where Father Illinois; Peter Wells a teacher 40 years Monsignor Biahop. the diocesan Catholic! Char
city's police force of about 30 Wells spent the first 10 yearsof in public high school in who followed him was associated Itlrs and moderator ef the

men, and the 'simbas" had school. lie completed his Sarasota; and Mr and Mrs. with the modern period holy Name !Societies .f .the
virtually a free hand. The high school education at StLeo Edgar Hunter Wells, the ef the parish history both as (Central Florida area
cathedral among other buildings Preparatory St Leo, brother who teaches at Bishop builder of the present churchon
suffered major damagein where he was graduated with Moore High School In Or- Orange Avenue and as pioneer Monsignor Farrelly was.educated -'
the shelling the class of 1946 Undo. of three mission that In Irish National
according to Camera Orlando
the seminarians. Preparing far the diocesan After his ordination, Ole Sunday at hospital are today thriving parishes Schools, and attended .Si.
on their ownMonsignor Patrick College Cavan..Ire".'
Priesthood, Monsignor Hells, new Priest went to Miami More than one thousand people from Patrick pictured In front of the
They reported that Bishop where he was in residence alan Farrelly !la blaz land. Studies leading to U>.'
Thomas Kuba of Mahajl attended St. Charles College Central Florida converged upon Mercy Mercy Hospital, were among thoae sacred Priesthood began at
la <: assistant at Most Holy Redeemer log new trails:
gathered II seminarians, S .Ionn lilt, and St M.r)" Church in Liberty Medical Center grounds in Orlando who viewed the pragma that has been St Kieran'i, Kilkenny, Ire

Congolese Brothers and about Seminary to Baltimore, City and w as a member of the lant Sunday afternoon Monsignor Terence made at the hospital site at Lake H. presides over the construction land for philosophy and fftst

IS Congolese Sitters and all Monsignor John J teaching staff of Archbishop J. Family had designated the Lawne. There were 225 cars counted of Mercy' Medical theology" ]II.( completed his'
were able to escape the city OLooney, pastor of St An.thony' Curler High School afternoon aa camera Sunday. Mr. and during the afternoon. of Morrow Orlando Memorial and that tal theological studies. in this
at St. Sent
country Mary'a \
Bishop Kuba is safe baptized Monsignor lira. Frank K. Flynn and their In
and Wells and was host Priest at Monsignor Wells now Instructs aon, Auburndale; and watches nary Baltimore.He .
sound they said and intendsto the some classes at Moor over the progress of St. Cloud
remain in hiding in the ordination ceremony nine High School la Orlando Hospital In St Cloud which has two sisters and a

bush until Mahagl is liberated years ago in Fort Lauderdale Washington letterVatican h* organized for Catholic administration brother Mrs. James Kearney
His whole diocese Is The fifth child of Mrs One of the reasons h. was of Goshen New York Mrs,

disrupted as only one of its Lydia Haley Veils and the singled out for papal honors Famonnalih: of Dublin..
19! mission stations is still late John Henry Wells, Monsignor was his chaplaincy at the The newly I named papal Ireland, and Thomas Fancily

served by a Priest. Of the Hells was born in Youth Center serving Catholic joins atoms for peace use chamberlain/ In Orlando was of Nework City
on February 10, 1 1", in
total of 19 Congolese Priests Hollywood Florida and shortly students at Rollins College .
one is in Rome and only five afterwards the family residence and other secular umversi <(_,....4 IfM* MN '..') service who was formerly nology shared with other Kingscourt, County ,
others he escaped rebel was moved to Fort ties in Central Florida Moo what w. have done in the stationed at the Apostolic countries should not be dl- his moth-r
take-over Lauderdale. Monsignor Hells' signor Wells opened the safeguards area and In the Delegation in this city. versed toward military purposes Catherine, still reside. Hi.* ORLANDOWINTER

mother lives in St. Anthony's Catholic Youth Crater during limited test ban treaty are The system of nuclear safeguards father, :Muhaci died In 1M4Montlgnor ,
, ,
'u" uuu,u,'u" ,""" parish thereBrothers the scholastic year of 1463U extremely Important initial enforced by IVEA The U.S. mad bilateral arrelly has PARKELLIS

Subscribe now and sisters of the steps" stems originally from the agreements In nation-ton.. served M James sine Ufo .

newly honored Priest of the Monsignor Wells succeeded Representatives of the Holy U S. atom for peace pro tion programs providing safeguards remher 4, 1957.Monilgnor .
"" uuuun n"uu,,N.r Diocese are. from the eldest: Monsignor James J Median SH at the IAEA art Father gram following the explosion for the nuclear assist became

Cot Howard B. Wells, pro- late In IMS as director .f the Theodore M lleaburgh of the first nuclear d- ante rendered by this country the pastor of Fanelly St James .
ORLANDOWINTER tost marshal Fort Denning, CC1 la the Diocese CSC. president of the University vice at Alamogordo, New to other nations. parIsh
Georgia Sister Marie Peter of Notre Dame, Mexico July 16. 1943, It t became fl\* )ears ago,

PARK OP principal of Sacred At the same tune he was a Frank M Folsom\ chairman evident that the plentiful U the last aln fears, the 3) 1WO
Heart School in Pensacola, member of the Chancerystaff of the executive committee of benefits available from a U.S. has traasff rrrd U Ha bilateral Its spent four years a* assistant DRUG STORE INC,

Mrs. Robert Il Thelin wife In St. Augustine and admlnlstrator the Radio< Corporation of Peaceful use of the atom partners seme {DO,000 pastor at St Paul parIsh

of Commander Thelin at a of M Monica par America; and Monsignor should be shared by all mankind kilograms .! natural uraal- In Jacksonville, where h* 4722 s.. Or. PI. T,..
naval Air Station In Califor Ish. Palatla, and the missions Gerolamo Prlglon, a l Priestin It war also evident that um, acme 141( kilograms was ordained In 19.V) by Arch.

ala; Sister Peter Mary 0 P, In Putnam County, People the \atkana diplomatic nuclear materials and techWomen's .f enriched uraisim seine bishop Joseph P llurlev. "".. I557JII Orl.ndeVi,
principal of St Ann School there remember him for M kilograms .f pluloalumaM lie served as president of

West Palm J Beach his contribution to Catholic more thai IM less .1( Bishop Kenny High School.

Mr and Mrs Michael Hells education particularly groups organize to beaty aster Jacksonville! /for two YUrt

WEST CHURCH ST. of SL Richard parish. and While ti* was In charge of It has followed up the safeguard For one year t.e was .

Mr, and Mrs Patrick Hells of Palatka and Its missions, provisions with 121 In. dent of the Central Catholic
stall job centers High! School In Fort Lauder.dale
FISH MARKET Monsignor Wells built st. corp srctwns In 2tt countries In
John the Baptist mission t:uroi*, South America and following which ha
Fr.ih Seafood' Alvayf Htrman J. H.MncK church in Crescent Cit> W.SIII'GTn'r: : ) Four national women's or. the Middle and Far Fast. served St Paul pariah Leer

& Sons opened a mission chapel at ganixaUona Including the National Council of Catholic Aa International organlia burg, for nine months) priorto : .
to Orlando
Interlachen and started the coming ,
Women, have pledged their membership to work Jointly lion seems always to have JACK ELLIS
CLAMS SHRIMP ....- ..* ab.....* St Monica School in Palatka Monsignor Farrlly h a i
CRABMEAT SNAPPER Cl, I... r... ... ,.._.... H. brought Sisters of St In a nationwide group that will screen and prepare been envisaged and In Yeti! been the of
.atlas. aa>!. a.N11NANNOUNCING Dominie from Adrian, th* young women for job and family life training! in real the U.S. began to transfer the Archbishop for hospitals In

646 W.Church GA 24124 congregation to which his dential centers aa part of the ration's war on poverty.The administration of the safe.guards the St. Augustine I HI KIT.I*. In.voUed .
to the IAEA which
two listers. belong, to Palatkato new organisation will principally' in the sorceisful .
boast a total membership of had then com Into eslsttnce. el
staff the school work of the U S million .
new be known as Women in Cnv 27 million women. Thu. far arrangements tine
OUR MOVE TO A Sine ''h has Medical
been at Winter Mercy Center
Romeof immtty s.n"1M' (4"ICSI.) br+n mad for safefuards" applied
URGE STORE Park, where h* was assigned They wiD recruit young .
_n and I II composed .f Uw Na to the nuclear materials
Beet II October 7, 1MI. Moo- wmen who. are deficient In .
Vt., Parting; Fat&tM: equipment and technology .J
tonal Cowcil of Jewish\
5h.5r signer Wells has held\ tile >dkatirni eoVattonal *r tnratlonal es I
supplied by the V.t.
Children'sClothes ef additional classrooms Homra, U)>. N..tM sal CouacUof perkxe, and will send the to 11 countries. Other transfers BILL BARDOE JOHN ELLIS

11 11nIe11 In the parish school Negro W...... the Vested Ming. wcnies) (t. residential are being arranged

Line and opened a new convent Church Women. and' Ole IralalMg renters Ikented by Seaborg said IAEA "has FORD FACTORY DEALER e Free> Delivery
9 MMVI i..r. and a halt the I ailed !Stales SAVE ON ; I
parish f"eminent YOUR
Mfr r1..on. lilt Mt>*_ -.. .. Ttll NCCW assumed an active role In I s .lfk' fr eronomleppnrtualtjr. Accounts
Its of International
BAT At Ito first naUanalmeetMkg sysetn
STEAK. group s .
Jesuit dies safeguards' and n. tii-ini
here, Mrs William W. Mail
B Is moving forward to keep
Dr rutftta H Hashing' W. H10
"' Csfcalled AQUINO'SSERVING Father IT.JFROME,Jean Queue! .I SO Cooper, MICS president said ton director of the ",women s pac with the growth of nuclear \ WHIM ..><.. Prescriptions
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one of th Canadian Jesuit MtMT' "YOUR PRESCRIPTION IS
Op* Hortf I FINEST ITALIAN FOODS spDd from llatti a year already had bees said residential renters have Th. system. *. asserted, St, CbelesPar.h
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DINNERS FROM ago, did at t the Jesuit/ noel I 1. *.r brst hope I* rental ,
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T TLrler: r ::.t' 1Jrk Aior.llbt, f>c.mtf 1 Sr.Bishop
SINCE l 1f4 roPe J. F. CASALE
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of Martyrs has

Prelacy conferred

dedication of school

(Ccnllnufd trim p.i* on.) George. Cummings, Father Msgr. McLoughlin

public address system is Cornelius A Dougherty Fa.
planned I to accommodate ther Daniel Carrigan, Father (CMllmird from p.M ..., family groups came under

further expansion of class John M Lima. M.M. Father jubilee in 1968 when it was his wing
room facilities. William .'. Balfe, Father recalled in The Florida Catholic All the time he gave Priests

Francisco Lopez, Father William of June 20 that year that -who came and went as assistants .
The administration area
A. Kelly and Father he had set sail from Ireland -and Sisters the ex
consists of a general office,
office and first John Morrissey. to fulfill the mission of his ample of hard work and self
aid principal's Father Victorlo Aguera and t Priesthood in the true tradition sacrifice Christ the King
Father Alden Foynes were of generous Ireland. The School took its place in the
The School Sisters of Saint chaplains to the Archbishop. paper said then: expansion of Catholic educa!

Francis. Holy Name Province Father Francis X. J Smith ) tion In Tampa The people did
I Ir "Father McLouchlin, ordained
staff r
Chicago, ,
was the master of ceremonies their part for their pastor in
July II, 1933, carried
the school. Sister Lucelia, inter.
O.S,F? principal, is assistedby The children from Our Lady the Cross of (hrlst into Holy education and campaigns for
charity Often
Sister Eva Mary, 0.S.F., Queen of !Martyrs School Rosary parish In Jacksonville Christ the King stoodat ,
and Sister Patrick Michael, formed a guard of honor for \ St. Mary parish in St. the top of the list in the

O.S.F. the procession. Petersburg, Perry and its number of retreatants
missions/ Melbourne's Our
The school is presently in Father Moran celebratedthe Lady of ,Lourdes, and finally participated in the annual lay
operation with grades one retreat movement.
!Mass Servers were
Christ the in
King parish
through four. A grade will Michael and John Hytrek, It was then a day of joy for
be added each year until all The children's choir and the Tampa. Christ the King parish when

eight grades of elementary congregation participated in Monsignor McLoughlin has the people learned that Monsignor -

education are taught, according the Mass Commentator was j jVisits been honored in the 32nd 1 ear McLoughlin had been

to the present plan. George Abraham. .. 7 of his Priesthood. He was given the purple robes of a
The parish, matching the Also present were Sistersof born March 6, 1906, in Kil Domestic Prelate.
growth of the area, has provided St. Joseph from Cardinal Cardinal Mooney High School kenny, Ireland.

many improvements to Mooney High School, Sara After studies at St John's EveningMasses
its properties under the guidance sofa: School Sisters of St. Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley Is in Sarasota accompanied by FaIs Father Francis X. J. Smith of University in Surrey, England

of Father Joseph P. Francis, Incarnation School, shown, at right, on his recent visit they Joseph P. Moran president St. Martha parish Sarasota. and at St. Patricks

Moran who was assigned to Sarasota; Sisters of St. Benedict to Cardinal Mooney High School of the school. In the background College in Carlow, he was ordained
Our Lady Queen of MartyrsIn St. Martha School, Sara for the Diocese of St.

April, 1062. sota; and the Sisters of the Augustine at Carlow allowed ,
Guests at the dedication included Holy Names of Jesus and Primacyof families
lie was assistant pastor In
... ...
tellsworkers // I( tll Iran rt >
Monsignor Charles L Mary, St. Joseph School, Pope the following parishes: Holy
Cardinal Beran stressed Forty Hours Devotions are
Elslander V. F., Monsignor Bradcnton. Mooney Rosary, Jacksonville, from
being held in the parishes of
of (tnnie..a Ir.. .... ...) October 1933 to January 1937;
the Diocese.An .
Committees appointed to deepest natural loyalty, It St. Mary St. Petersburg,
Christ's from February 1937 to October evening Mass ran be
reaches Rome calls for effective love
way jour 1339; and St Paul, St. celebrated on Sunday without
plan DCCW conventionCOCOA for your affection. Petersburg, from October special permission from

VATICAN CITY (XC-) (('..nllno.. Crow p... ... (while the see Is occupied) to It provides you with love 1939 to March 1941. the Chancery, according to

BEACH-At a committee meeting last weekat Pope Paul VI told a group of TU104 jetliner accompaniedby describe the administratormeans lie became a pastor on the announcement.
that in their and must give love back.
Roman Monsignor Agostino Casa- that Cardinal Beran you March 1, 1941, when he wentto
the Ramada Inn here Mrs. James L. Lacher of Braden the toChrist's has been
toil they can find key The Chancery advised
of the
title to Immaculate
roll, papal undersecretary retains Prague And that love must be tem Conception
ton, president of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women innocence, patienceand state for extraordinary ecclesiastical archdiocese. pered with discipline if it is parish in Perry and took that the Sacred Congregation

outlined the of the convention of obedience. affairs and the charge of the missions at of Rites has grantedthe
plans forthcoming to be worth while] if it
administrator going
Speaking at a Mass In St. negotiator of last September's The Bishop ; Lake City, Live Oak and faculty to the Bishops of
the DCCW to be held May Mrs. Albert L. Malone, Divine Peter's on February 14 to a agreement between the Holy Frantisck Tomasek, had not is going to be good and useful other parts of the widely the United States to permitthe

3 through 6 here. Mercy, Merritt Island, regis- group of workers who took See and communist ruled been allowed by the communist to you.Most scattered, multi-county par. blessing of palms on Palm

The seven Catholic Wom.en' tration and tickets, Mrs. Rob part in the annual Christmascrib Hungary. Monsignor Casaroli regime to fulfill his duties of you have an immense ish assigned to him. It was Sunday at one morning low
ert Powell, Our Saviour, Mrs. competition sponsoredby as auxiliary Bishop of) Mass in parochial churches,
Clubs of Brevard Countyare has for months been negotiating stake in the family good proving ground for the
John II. Weisner, Divine a Vatican supported Czechoslovak Olomouc Consecrated secretly without solemnity and without
also with the the family of today and the use of powers of persuasionfor
the hostesses. An invitation Mercy, and Mrs. Karl Kaylos, workers' assistance organization government.The in 1949, he was jailed fora family of jour own tomorrow. Christ, because it was a procession. In this way,

to the Council to hold the Our Lady of Lourdes, Mel the Pope recalled thatin morning after his ar time but was allowed to attend How are you going to invest largely "no-Priest" territory those who attend Mass previous

annual convention here was bourne, hospitality; Mrs. Gerald a famous Russian novel rival Cardinal Reran was all three sessions of the that marvelous capital of From north Florida Monsignor to the solemn blessingmay !

extended by Father Charles J. Rogers, Ascension, one of the characters says: driven to the Vatican In a ecumenical council at the your life? What are you goingto McLaughlin traveled to be accommodated However -

W. Spellman, pastor of Our Eau Gallic, entertainment; "Christ has called on me to Vatican-owned black Mercedes Vatican. lie has been servingas do with it? the east coast, there to take the solemn blessing may
Saviour parish. Mrs. John Troyer, Our Lady carry the Cross. a parish I'riest in Moray up the duties of pastor at Our not be omitted.
of Lourdes, information; Mrs. ska Huzova. CTK reported The first answer to that Lady of Lourdes parish in Archbishop Hurley extends
The theme tf) the convent Lafar Llpscomb, Our Ladyof Commenting on this, Pope Pope Paul was waiting for that Bishop Tomasek had taken question should (be: "I wantto Melbourne, June 1, 1943. Peo this privilege to all the parishes .

tion will be historical with Lourdes, transportation; Paul asked Mm at the door of his official an oath of allegiance: to do what God; wants me to ple of the! Melbourne area got of the Diocese for a

emphasis on the Spanish influence Mrs Raymond Stath and Mrs. "1 low many workers could apartment. He embraced the Czechoslovak Socialist do. I want te do the will of used to the mild mannered, period of five jears.Churches .

Mrs. Lacher has William lulford, St Joseph, say the same thing? How him and led him Into the Republic God." chivalrous Priest of God and

said It will pay tribute to the Palm Bay, exhibits; Mrs. many could discover in their apartment, whore the two were to see him leave open
of Christianity and Cardinal Reran was greeted : It is your task during<< these sorry
civilization bringing to Florida 400 William Gardner, St Teresa, own condition of subjection, conversed for half an hour. at the airport by Archbishop formative years in high them for other souls in November P.tlttSCAccording( ) << to

ago by the Spanish. Titusville, decorations; Mrs of toil, of suffering, the key The Pope presented a gold Antonio Samore, papal school to find out what that 24: 1950. figures recently made publicby

years This will be a prelude to the Robert Feeney,Miss St Jo Teresa Hoffmann for the penetrating mystery pectoral cross to the prelateand secretary for extraordinary plan Is in your regard. Justas f'or the past IS years, he the French governmenthere
arrangements; of Jesus the obedient the
Quadriccntennial celebrationsto received from him a Bohemian ecclesiastical affairs; Father you have to work hard to his been the pastor of Christ of the 567 Catholic
be held in St. Augustine and Mrs. Theodore patient, the innocent One who crystal vase etched !Pasquale Macchl, the Pope's unlock the riches of general the King in churches open in Algeria on
later this year. Antony, St. Mary, Rockledge/ bears the burden of others with images of Bohemian personal secretary, and Mon knowledge, so too you haveto parish Tampa. July 3, 19h2, the date of independence

publicity. with strength and because of saints After leaving the Pope signor Luigl Hongianino, the do some praying You haveto Religious order Priests in 167 are still open

Mrs. Arthur T. Snyder, a A tour of Cape Kennedy love, and thereby becomesthe Cardinal lirran paid the cue papal secretariate of state's do some research in grace other parishes came to available for religious services .

member of the host parish will be among/ the attractions model, hero Saviour and tomary visit to Amleto Cardinal expert( on Czechoslovak affairs You have to do some laboratory cherish his friendshIp. Dependent .

club, has been appointed planned for the ,Mlurs.A Lord of the world" Cicognanl, the papal secretary work of the supernatural children under the Most of the Catholics livingin

general chairman. The Pope told his listeners of state He then con life in order to find out what care of charities of the Algeria before it won its

Mrs. Snyder will number of Central Catholic that "you, because you carryon tinued to St. Peter's basilica, The 76 earold prelate was God wants for you. And the Church learned of his fatherly independence from France

be Assisting Mrs. Joseph Vaseco as High School girls will be your shoulders the cross where he prayed before the smiling<< as he emerged from great key, the great agent I concern. lie "",ew on" were Europeans who have

treasurer and Mrs. Lewis J. chosen to serve as pages durIng of your social condition and statue of St Peter and, like the airplane dressed in and a red that you use is prayer Tampa. Service connected since left the country
the convention sessions. skullcap, thkk shoes ablat'k
of toils and troubles
your are
of leaned .
thousands pilgrims,
Mirage as secretary, both of
his blackcassock.
Mrs Fred Walsh overcoat over
was designated
to discover to
a position ,
over to kiss its foot as a token
Our Saviour parish in Cocoa
embraced Archbishop
Beach. Mrs. Joseph Schoe- pages. as chairman of the thrlbt'It understand. and to love Jesus of fidelity to Peter and his Samore He whom he CATHOLICS Of FLORIDANOW

bert of Eau Gallic, immediate successors in the papacy.
past president of the DCCW !More than 500 officers, dele- will\ be necessary, yes, Overcome by emotion he knew. A NON-PROFIT CATHOLIC FRATERNAL SOCIETY OFFERS

will serve as advisor. gates, members and friendsare to have a little education, it leaned his head against the Cardinal Reran drove from
expected to attend. will be necessary to have a foot in silence. the airport to Rome's Nepo-
Committee duties were as- disposition of mind which is mucrne College, the residenceof LOW BUDGET' HOSPITAL
signed to each club and the Uganda martyrs called honesty and even With learfdled eyes the Czerhonlovak students for
following\ chairmen have been once-captive prelate looked at
more, uprightness: but
VATICAN ('ITYct(: ) of benches where his the Prlrilhood, where he will
appointed: the tiers
Mrs. Marlon Obitts, Our The Vatican City postofficewill Jl'SUS1'111 what lie then Is In show I Himself Himselffor and fellow Uxhops! have !been sit make his home temporarily, and 1'LIFE INSURANCE

Saviour, Cocoa Beach, and issue on !March 16 a for you, the brother, associate ting in the Second Vatican An official of the college

series of postage stamps commemorating friend, master, defender, Council, which he has not said the Cardinal would not

the canonization consoler I Redeemer and been allowed to attend At the grant an interview to newsmen
of the 22 Uganda martyrs. Lord" next and final session he will because! his "very delicate / -

The series, of six denominations sit up front among the Cardinals position" made newspaper .

will each have a pictureof Aid to Peru interviews Impossible. $ A WEEK for a cost at low as $2 05 per month depending upon
one or more of the saints 0
I....... p.II'II... Cardinal Reran then descended Rut the Cardinal did Issue a 5
while for covered accident w Kckntst.A
canonized hospitalized
on October 18 any
Ph..p 'h. path J.DI.CCatholie(: ) ReliefServices level public statement, saying:
I *rrr..!I.'. Jour ".'....n... I'M\ ; They will also depict Into the lower
.. [I.II..r, Fit 4.Till symbols of martyrdom and of National Catholic of the basilica, where he "On setting foot in Rome,

Huntington BIJg. Miami the tribes represented by the Welfare Conference providedaid prayed before the tombs of where I last was in 1945. my $1 0 0 A WtEK foe a cost low as $3.50 Pff rwrh. depef>*r>j upon
worth 12 million to Peruvians
M. Peter and Pope Plus XI,
various saints. first thoughts and grateful age, white hospitalized for any covered accident or nck/wi
in the last half of 1964
Pope I'luI.11: and Pope Juhn
greeting go to the I Holy Father M W4
it has been here
XMII. who, by calling me to membership
Three-quarters of the aid has in the College of A WEEK for a cost at low is $5 00 ff rnontti depending upon
Fire Auto Life .Horn or Business been in the form of food The (It has often been affirmedin $15 0 IiklleU.CS .
Cardinals, desired to show age while hospitalized' for any covered accident or
and in Vatican circles
HENRI A. MONTEAU rest was spent for medicine, print,
(Jj' ) MORELAND.OUVER-MONTEAU INC. shoes, clothing and school it is taken for granted, his love for my dear country w pit*l .Utie Ti women M Jf-lM1 .*|*IHW e
and for all the Catholics of
31 Western Union Building supplies. that the Prague( Archbishop Czech0510\akla. CHOOSE YOUR OWN DOCTOR! etM Meitrf K><'"' em tisentet. it i -mr%
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Ue "LC.Wai" Aluminum Lubricant before Ms death Even: if I ask the Lord (peace, prosperity T..* (text n ntiffy be to ri .....INtI-.. It 1DdIJ'

the proven eaty way to have II Ftb* 28 thru Apr, 18 i this were proved so, Cardinal and joy in fidelity to APPLICATION ACES tscltnons u"'c.'. *ti net,., Iw ner
Clan, Lena.Lilting Velvety Smooth ,* .. itffca*' Reran would remain a Cardi their glorious civic and Chris pay .*roll l 'O.,* 7S pews el lit tKt_ M Moan *.... wr Windows, Doors, loch BLACK HILLS nal created by Pope Paul) DfPf'IdttoC thiben" *ct ,pent tl it tftffrti .r mental .W *KI .*MH !>.**.... c.
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tian "twe< 's i e i"tNnn t"tty. He texmnti,* *l Wm I Ce' P'Ct'...I rpm .....11'(v I N",'"
Furiing. Tackle, Gum, Folding Furniture Before stepping back into He added: "I am happy to Nftmts\ fetciuie el ij'. '''''HI *t .feu.... :< rwitKwt.. M't T..e
Tools, Zippers, Etc. j Mew t i,111f his car the Czechoslovak prelate be in Rome." PAYS IN ADDITION TO... trt'htre cnvt "*-' &. .',MMI el I** NuttleentMM
Available Squirt Cant Aerotofi. i to MM*. Lef ap.*ea
spoke briefly journal.
Quarts Gallon at mod Builder WITH tOltr XI IKKMMt isis, telling them among his On the afternoon of his arrival -r hrh e.--11'....,e/. ivybeer fin If rtC',1.t r .? te*,i*< ,tnhae.Ntoaerwn
eo ertaerer aN ears
he was the first of the arm
Supply, Paint and Hardware Stores 4.i ., hopes Is to go tc Paduato anC CfrtI'tUft a'e M tm'
many IM eav Muse Irnhl
can xwruf if In* '"
27 Cardinals to receive Hi Mettct p*
Mfrd. by Eugene Dornuh & Son, new mtt few en el *u,. .'t
visit a Priest who was an it* MMt newt r.< i hte Mtwinre M i ...eifel .k1'1 ce et Kt ..
one of the! candles blessed by rf'
Since 1952 inmate with him in the nazi t IfIe Ci'.ekc '<*K>'IM el Itmtws "Her*** tae's.sbess.s ceitrerM '* IM
is Pope Paul on the feast of aw..n V Cafe Or1.e1 ere '1t.* I* wf mw" JO *M a'tw C*
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975 S.W.12th. St. L concentration camp at Dachau Candlemas. lMewrsL. 'oU'e ..,. twit .*.,.. i* to* __. Mtartmes
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sanity *"4 5.c MM .e at a aim Mfet.t
as the Cardinal's arrival here, In Kent retailed the similar

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: :(tieex M.NICHTIT "sede plena" for the, after' II years ef CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION OF FORESTERSf

? Prague archdiocese. If the imprisonment Ie I the SevM "HlCII\MtI" Crtftoi* Ortef. of fineete'ei l

Cardinal's return to his see I'aiea. To llralniaa Prelate 2UO WIJT BftOAAftd H.VU FONT LAUCiftSAlC.\ HJL
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runtlnrmrnt by lie hope that CarMl frtanwouU
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