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The Florida Catholic
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
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eftortd1a Insignia of papal honors

Cath01 bestowed on ten Priests'1-!

OFvLAMX>-Archbishop! Joseph P. Hurley at the investiture .
of domestic prelates and papal chamberlains
VOL. XXVI: 19 Orlando, Florida Friday March 12, 1963 lOg Mid that the new dignities accorded to these Priests of 0
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u the Diocese
were a recognition by Pope P.ul1 of the
excellence- of the sacred services which they had renderedto
the Church. The ceremony) took place last Sunday .

leads Romein afternoon in St James Church here ,,',
Pope All of the Priests honored he said, are In the first

place, pastors. They are shepherds- of the flock. Their
lives are given to the care of souls; the Mass that redeems .

Mass form ; the sacraments that strengthen and refresh; the
new Word that enlightens; the prayer that keeps open the
free flow of God's grace

We pay tribute In the Monsljrnorl, said the Archbishop
ROME (NO)-Pope Paul VI marked the Introductionof Beran of Prague, whom the
to all the Priests with whom God has richly endowed
Italian in the Mass on the first Sunday of Lent by communist government allowed so
His here- In Florida
I going to a downtown parish and celebrating the Eucharistat to come to Rome in St Charles parish in Orlandohas r e
an altar facing the people. February to become a Cardi. Were the revered Vicar of devoted hit effort to
nal after barring him from Christ here he added he
Catholic high school work and ,
About 5000 people overflowed All Salnti church on
his episcopal ministry for 18 would say to the new members to the care of handicapped
the new Applan Way for explanation of the significance >ean. After the Mass the of his personal family children.
the Mass on March 7, of the Gospel passage of the Pope made mention of Cardinal that the past is prologue to a The Right Reverend Mon
The Bishop of Rome was day which recounts Satan's Beran and spontaneous future of greater consecrationand signor John F. Scully of St.
applauded as he entered the temptation of Jesui Tempta applause broke out. dedication to the work of Patrick parish In Tampa has r
church. He went directly to lion is attractive, he said because "You do well to applaud, holding the line of the Faith been a source of Catholia
the newly erected simple it arises from confuSion even if It Is not Included In and advancing it among thepeople. strength on the west coast
altar table and vested for about what Is good and the new liturgy," the Pope notable has been his work at '
Mass in front of the people.! what is bad Today, becauseof said. "He Is a champion of The distinctions were founder and builder- of par !
Instead of the traditional "indiscriminate freedom," the Faith, He was In Dachaufor awarded to the Priests who ashes and of high schools J1I1
Roman or fiddlebick chasuble there are various displays two and a half years and hold diocesan offices that The Right Reverend Mon- IH.fiiIU
he wore a fuller- Gothic- and productions dealing on was Impeded In his ministry make them the servants of all vlgnor Harold F. Jordan of
cut one of Lenten- purple the of the hu in Jacksonville .
baser aspects for II )nr.. our Priests and of our people, (Assumption' parish
Much of the Mass was In man !being, he said. the- Archbishop said ( has rendered, distinguished i
Italian, including the shortened You cannot be good Chri At the Communion of the t service In the field of
prayers at the foot of liana, the Pope told the peo- Mass, Pope Paul gave Com The Right Reverend Monsl- lay associations and to the
the altar !beginning "Saliro pie If you are "weak, fearful munion first to a group of gnor Mark J, McLoughlln of extension of Coda kingdom(
aU'altare di Dio" 41( will go vile, betrayers of your own aged and ill people who are Christ the King parish In through the use of modern
to the altar of God), consciences- of jour own cared for by the Religious- of Tampa has for long been communications media.
After the Gospel was proclaimed duty" On the contrary he the Little Works of Divine known for his enlightened The Right Reverend Monsl.
the rope began a said, the Christian must be Providence (Don Orion. Fathers labors in the work of religious gnor John P. Burns, of Cathedral
half-hour homily in which he "consistent strong, heroic it and Sitters), who also! Instruction and In the parish, St. Augustine, Is tss...
called the celebration of the needs be, since he Is a militant supply the clergy! of All Instruction particularly of In charge of the historic work
vernacular Mass "a truly man, a soldier- of Christ." Saints' parish Then assistedby youth. now going( < on In America's Archbishop speaks at ceremony
extraordinary event." Sitting near Pope Paul as other Priests, the Pope The Right Reverend- Monsignor first parish. H* has carried
he poke was Josef Cardinal POPE;, bark page Charles A. Bartok of on the legal<< work of official! Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley of distinction In service were,
"From BOW OD" he told the and a noble and fruitful mission having\ conferred upon ten of his from left Monslgnor' John P. Burns,
will have
congregation '01
to pray understanding- what in Priests supplying this Diocesewith Priests the honors given them by the Monsignor Harold F. Jordan, Monsl.

you are saying" lie added: Teachers on west coast preparefor The Very Reverend Monsl- Sovereign- Pontiff rope| Paul VI spoke gnor John F. Scully, Monatgnor Charles
"The rite we are celebrating gnor Irvine Nugent of Our In St. James- Church, Orlando preferring A, Rartok and Monnlgnor Mark J. MoLoughhn ( .
Is a meeting between the eele- demonstrations lady of taurdes parish In to them- cordial congratulations. ((111 backs to camera: )..
brant and the people who professional Daytona Beach has spent Among the Priests who received the
assist" himself on Catholic high
The Pope then turned to 4\rvMNMU.K final workshops for elementary Lady of Perpetual Help, TarnP !school education; has been an
an school teachers' will be held- on March 18 and 18 outstanding worker In the lions and has the task of raising Winter Park has made the 'lent his work and, of course<< ,
on the west- coast Monslgnor Mortimer( Danaher- of the learning and using communication car for the aged; and carries funds for the 4IlOth) anniversary work of Instruction In Christian that of our parish Priests
Mourns death diocesan Department of Education has announced that arts, grades S tot on with unfailing good in hla capacity as Doctrine one of the special AH *f the honored Priests,
president of the St. Augustine missions of his life. It Is
Sitter M Laurcntilla humor and dedication the
the host schools) will be of course have ether claims
S 5 N D., Our Lady of Per burden of the ChanceryThe Foundation.The for him a consecrated apostolatt. -
of Sweden's queen Christ the King in Tampa March 16 retuailip/p/ Tampa; and Mrs. Very Reverend Monsl4jnor Very Reverend Monsl The progress made In tlan spas Catholicity culture and, open Chrlsllaa fhrls
and St. Jude In St. Peters Lillian Case, St Martha,., Terenc J. Farrelly ofM. gnor John r. Wells of St. religious Instruction in the Diocese rhmillion (I. this al the
VATICAN CITY (NCI burg. At Christ the King School Saratota. ; .. James parish In Orlando Margaret Mary parish In la to a considerable exIWAnKMON' lord's vineyard.The part
Pope r.ul1 offered "fer Educator will assemble st cafeteria- Tampa on March Problem solving and technkues has dedicated his talents to
vent pra).ra" for the lout of Ism. at their assigned 18, demonstrations will. be in the study. of mathematics bringing Mercy Medical Center Diocese Is blessed 'la
Queen Louise of Sweden, who school to observe denvonstra given on the following topics: grades S to 6, Sister to this! city and region As Southwest coast deanery having a superb body of
died, March 7 at the age of lions in art, language and Readiness to r pre schoolchildren M Jean SSND. Christ the director of hospitals, he has Priests who. are clone to the
75. mathematics programs kindergarten Miss King, Tampa; and Slater M also been the builder and the people of Cod Th. Archbishop
of HNS March
plans rallyrewards it this
Ruth Rohiand St Martha, administrator to date of two expressed way
He sent I cablegram I* Follow, luncheon, the TF.vCWItS, page seers They teach with authority
Sarasota.Providing other hospitals
King Gustaf 'sajlngs teachers will meet to participate for Individual differences The Very Reverend Monsl ; .Monslgnor George W, Cummings has they direct, they. exalt, they
"We learned of the death ( in discussion groups. in reading, grades 1 sns""..sfl50000tt444w4Faith gnat Mortimer Danaher, of announced that the Southwest Coast iVanery of the Holy correct they comfort, always
of Her Majesty} Queen Louise These discussions are dividedby to 4. Mrs, Rena Reamer Most of Our Fathers San Jose parish in Jacksonville Name Society will hold Its spring rally at Epiphany, with the love of Christ Theyare
that the
teachers the mlrvInters
grades so dispensers,
with great sorrow We are Holy Redeemer Tampa Stater has put all in the Diocese Church, Venice, on March 21 This announcement was
obtain benefit of the truth and of the
raising to God with great may great as Ann Bemadett 0 S F lent! marked the beginning In Ms debt for his highly
hear Ideas made by Monsignor Cummings, deanery spiritual director of Jesus Christ
they new .f a sew series Is the radii charity They
heart fervent prayers for therepose St Joseph' Tampa; Mrs Augusta competent administration of
of the queen who Is changes and teaching methods Piston, Most Holy Redeemer program, "Faith .f *nr Fa the diocesan school systemand through the southwest meeting Is over, Monsignor are Other Christ to our pro
mourned by you and by all that pertain to the age of Tampa and Sister then" tarried *s s nelnvrk for his presidency of the deanery president Hill Cummings has arranged for pit
the noble people of Sweden, their pupils. M Lucella 0.S F Queen of ef lltrlda stations. I* this largest Catholic: high schoolIn Kuhn. a speaker to address the MonMgnor William, J. MuU
who ar. so very dear to us. Sister Mary Damlan) S S.J Martyrs, Sarasota. It me the complete schedule the Dioces The pastor of Epiphany group The meeting should be laity P.A., dean of the Central
As a pledge of divine grace to and Sister Joseph/ Mary 0 p. Stimulating Interest In Is tilled, shoving sew stations Th Very Reverend Monsl- parish Mnnslgnor Cummlngs, profitable In spiritual benefits deanery, gave Solemn
assist you in this sorrowful diocesan supervisors, have arithmetic grades 1 to 4, Sister which have joined previous gnor James J lleslm/ of St will hold a special Mass for for all who attend, and llrnedlcllon ., the Mattfllesied
trial wt Implore for Your prepared the following Information M. Natalie M Z S II St broadcasting outlets for the Paul! pariah In Jacksonville the visiting Holy Name men each parish Society la most Sacrament
Majesty an abundance of on these final ttachers' Patrick, Tampa;: and Sitter program Reach has been outstandingwith who will be expected to gather strongly' urged to produce as
heavenly blessings" Institutes. M Benjamin SSND Our "" """""",,, ,nuuu", Catholic men' organltaf outslda the church before large a representation In Among the ether PrkitsINSIGMt

I,. .. JIII! -,. -.-"'- '" -- lam. with their Society banners Venice a a It can !' back page
,/... '''J'.. In order to form a procession
H" Into Mass, and thus _. ------ ......

.' Y 1 profession gain the Indulgences for themselves of public. Diocese of St Augustino

Th* program (tar the mornIng -
,. ,'; jiI" Includes the special Mass
St Florida
,: 1 at 0 a m. ; a sermon especially
for this occsiton by Mnn-
I March 3, IMS
signor Cummings breakfast
for the men and their wives Pear Reverend Father:
a fr. In the church hall adjacent to
r the church served by the The new liturgical regulations enter Into effecton

s young peoples' organization flunday, Starch 7th. At you know, th* chief

This ywlli *rganl allaa) kit changes err: th* omlwlon of the ,psalm "Judlca"
he'ea doing as mutinying fmm UI'Jfly.r..t the font of the altar; the omission .
Job .( preparing breakfasts, of the I-ait Compel, and of the leonine
nut |the Holy Name mea M. irayers after ...; the new dbipnaitfon regarding
port !. cheese this estel- th. "IJttl f3evatinn": ; the )Inud tnn of the vole
lure M March SI. for the Collect and for the "Libers following the

A short business meeting Ttter N",*terM.
wi be held to tin
arquatttt High fa.... will bo celebrated In Latin until
men with the program wfcarhla
la effect In the/ Deanery further Uatrurtlwis"

This program emphasises rile In order to mahitata th* largest possible! m.tsur .
participation of th* Holy
sty Mm in tine work of th. Confraternity of uniformity' In the celebration r>t the HilyHaerlflr
,see; of Christian. f>*. e f the Maas, I rerwtimeivd that the eel*.
,wt trln In each pariah brunt' remain at the altar for the Kpiatl. the O>*.
It has been strongly rorwn- pel and the Creed II. will cue the pulpit, aa usual!
4 s mended that ewh pariah sweaty for the homttyKwty .
( Lit S lest "*,.*... shelf! sptfItuslly -
C by > MM< brae effort atemU bo ....w. to achieve a high
SIMS of th* dwt,... W la* |Jewel of esc.Berae In ror>ar...l."f..l tWfing IntrMMaon
Mrttral .Italy .f Tnt and to UM .hymns rwninmnidM) Pastors may
lIwtt place isi .it .ls ftsrsa their MM also tlM trt4itkmal bytoM of | fular devo-
.,,. ,. .. ._ ; hearts. and ms4s to the\ U* tM.
w of tottg .la DM aiistslif
work watch lies hvlore all May Our .a4 LoN bit glorified in the Holy

After thus has boss **', Sacrifice of the Has

Florida Priests honored by Pope Paul VI then each son. y si .sM ftut Devotedly! yemrs In Christ
Itself and Ms BBW*.M is*

New dgaitiea: accorded to Priests of the foreground, Mona.gnor; Charles) A. Bartok, Jordan; second row, Utasignor Janv* J. vfcfeslr fa the buds W KM* Mrph P. HurleyArehbWwip
Diocese by Pafe P.al1 were marked last Uonngiwr Mark J. UtLovgbJao, MwwignorWlltem llesta. Mea.gaor Irvine Nugent UvtuigvorMnrttsair pellet sir eHfsusv.*| is M*
lima '4 .... week vi tIN Cssvfrstrrstt
ftasriay afterMM at aa tsmtnre to St J Mulkfly P A., V.F. ArcMMfeop DsMr. U4ftigar T..*.* J. } to the trua. as Nleso i of Jk AugustineT
James Aid flew before tfce Ortaada Jwpts P Hurley UosMiftkir lobe F 8ctsIly.11ouipor Famir and SliUJpI'iIf J.u r. \\'... UM passer t"s th* ....4
thurth'a central aJUr are. from the kit. Joel r Buru, U&uugaot lUretd When the abort bwswea -


The :-I- ":- Catholic! IVJay: March 1%, 1965 < < J r < "

I flortdaRepo t's er5-f1: iTSI confusion CITY (NC spreadSIOUX ) Bish.

} .r op Joseph M. Mueller of

; : Sioux City has protested

which should prevail during teachings on theological and
Lent. moral matters of self.appointed .

TransfigurationA experts who. he said, have

new elate of officers was St Paul created "a general state of
elected at the March meeting St. Paul Women's Guild will confusion" in the minds of

of the Women's Guild of hold their installation banqueton many Catholics.
The March 17 at the Bradford
Transfiguration Mri. Frank Coach House. For reservations 81.bopIueller: said in a
new officers are and information call Lenten pastoral letter that:
Smith, president; Mrs. Charlotte
Meersman, vice.presi Mrs. Fred Lopez chairman "The publishers, clericaland

dent; Mrs. Bernard Kessler, at 8627352. lay, who spread these

recording t tecretary; Mri. CDA pernicious theories and opinions .

Jayne Duffy, corresponding The Catholic Daughters of ti M f and in doing so pride
secretary; and Mri. Gerald America, Court Sancta Maria themselves as being champions
Tschiderer, treasurer. Installation 952 will hold a meeting on St. of the freedom of the

will take place at the Patrick's Day, March 17, at press, are totally blind to
April meeting of the Guild at 7:30: pm. at the CDA Hall their greater obligation not
which time there will be a 263 6th Avenue South. to scandalize God's children."

potluck lupper The program to be presented In spelling out the teachings .

It was announced that the will be on world missions Jacksonville Priests honored of Columbus to which he objected, the
area by Knights
Guild will adopt St. Thomas with a film entitled "To Bishop referred to "the many
More parish In the Bahamas Be Or To Do." A skit, "The things that are being said and
at its sister parish. The ladies Least of These, My Little The Arlington Council 4727 KofC re- Father Denis F. O'Regan, Father Jaime Lara, William W DuBois, and Father William J. written about man's personality

will periodically send cloth Ones," will be presented by cently honored Jacksonville area Priests at Father Joseph Barry Monsignor Mortimer Lunney O.S.A, Also present but not in picture development, the understanding

ing, rosaries and all such the women Admission to the their first annual clergy dinner: from the Danaher, Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan, Father were Father Daniel Cody and Father of his psychological

necessary items. A hundred meeting Is one article for a left, state deputy John DiVito, grand knightV. James Gloekler, Father Michael J. Kelly, Walter J, Bueche C.SS.R. processes, about sexual behavior

rosaries mad by the ladiesof layette" for the "Madonna Roger duPont Father Timothy Allman, Father W. Thomas Larkin Monsignor JamesJ. in and out of marriage

the Guild have already Plan. Father Leo Danaher, Father Martin Flynn Heslin, Father Richard Bowles, Father the emphasis upon community
been tent and, according to a and the de-emphasis of individual .

letter received, will bt used Tampa responsibility, the

for First Holy Communionand Perpetual Help ment 1961" will also be presented These services are not exclusive Plant City minimizing of sin, the stress-

the May Day Procession.The Father Lawrence Murphy that date. to Catholics, Father St. Clement West Coast women plan ing of God's mercy to the
ladies were encouragedto At the final program March Dougherty said. Friends and point of rejecting His Justiceand
C.SS.R., of Our Lady of Per Mrs. Frederick Schmidt of
attend the annual spring 24 address visitors welcome. the existence of hell."
an by a representative are
petual Help Church and mem St. Petersburg, president of
Deanery meeting which will of the F.B.I is These things, he said, "are
bers of the Holy Name Society planned DeLandSt the West Coast Deanery of deanery meeting in March
be held Thursday March 25, than
as well as the showing of a more disturbing; they
seriesof Peter Catholic Women
are presenting a was guest
at St. L o's College, San An. film edited and narrated by are frightening How
tonio. Reservation. be films and lectures on communism The Mardi Gras dance held speaker at the monthly meet ST. LEO: -Abbot Marion Bowman 0.S.B. of St. Leo souls have suffered many
may Herbert the former
Phllbrlck major J
for two more consecutive recently by St. Monica's Circle ing of St. Clements Altar Society
made by calling Mrs. Terence F.B.I. man who spent many Abbey will be one of the speakers at the spring meetingof spiritual damage formed an
Wednesdays, March 17 was a tremendous success in Plant City last Tues
Smith at 525-0174. years as an undercover agent the Weat Coast Deanery Council of Catholic: Women. erroneous conscience and left
and 24.This. both financially and socially.The day evening.
Father Edward Mulligan, with the communist party. His subject is "Friends Afar" In keeping with the theme the path of virtue because of
She of
film and lecture service parish hall was transformed spoke the work and
the officers Victor DiMalo will offer chosen for such opinions, knows."
eongratulated new some the deanery no one
presented to stimulate into an outdoor scene needs of the Nassau parishes, filled with nominations right
and thanked the outgoing interest and promote knowledge practical suggestions as to in New Orleans at Mardi and "Project Bahama" which meeting: Know your neigh. away. All nominees for the
officers for their how American can helpIn St.
cooperation about the continuing every Gras. Music for dancing was she organized. The society bor-near and far diocesan board of the Council PetersburgDANIEL
the He the
during the past of year. threat and danger of atheistic nism. fight against commu furnished by Norman Right's voted to adopt a parish, and Another speaker, Father must have served on the

spoke on spirit penance communism to our Church Father extends orchestra. many of the women donated Timothy J. Allman of St. Jude deanery board two years and
and Is being held In a A dance Is toward kits which T. WINTER A CO.
society, cordial invitation to all who spring planned rosary parish In St. Petersburg, will pastor's approval Is a requirement I
conjunction with Our Lady of wish to attend. for May 1 at the DeLand Mrs. Schmidt will take with give a talk on the Second Vat for DCCW board nom. Hospital. School Bonds
St. Petersburg Perpetual Help novena devotions St.may PatrickIn Elks Lodge by St. Therese her when she visits Nassau lean Council. in a taon. 40] Florida Theatre Ild9.St .

; these devotions, Circle. Tickets are priced at in June. .
starting at 7.30: pm., are honor of the recent ap $3 per couple. Norman Several women plan to at Sire Frederick H. Schmidt, PtttrtburjPhor.
being offered on these dates pointment of Monsignor John Right's orchestra will providethe tend the spring meeting of president of the West Coast Tells media Io2-03ll

for the intention of world Scully to Domestic Prelate, a music for dancing. Chair. the West Coast Deanery at Deanery, has bees Informed

LENTEN peace and victory over the reception will be held in the man of the dance is Mrs. St. I-eo's on March 25, as well by the deanery spiritual director workers of
forces of communism.The church social hall on March Grace Yeomanns and cochairman as the St. Augustine diocesan Father Arthur L. Dunnlxan ALPINE
MEALSCALL talks and films start 14 from 2 to 4 p.m. The reception is Mrs. Anne Ltv convention at Cocoa Beachon of Lake Wales, that he The til
is being given by the will celebrate Mans openingthe obligationsHOLLYWOOD new Nuning Howe
In the school auditorium immediately ingston. May 35. for the fntit
FOR many organizations of the deanery meeting, March in Nunlr
Ho",. Ctr.
church and school. Babysit 25 at 9 In
a m. St. Anthony
devotions at
approximately ters will be provided. An In. Pope recommends Bishops' (.NC) Two (6US73
Church San
HOOD'STastSweet at Antonio. .
8:15: p.m. Admission Is free thousand members of the entertainment 3454 Jlit
vitation Is extended to all to Art. South
and the program is open to attend. of /Italian films Father Ernest W Schultz industries were

1 the general public. Bradenton cautioning O.S.B., host Priest, will welcome reminded here of their obligation
Several Tampa business. to instill human
VATICAN CITY (NC) Pope Paul VI, speaking to the deanery delegates, a and
St C.
in this
men are speaking 10lW'phFather Christian spirit in communicalions Craig
by members of the
COTTAGE series. The March 17 program Cornelius Doughertyof the people of Rome on the last Sunday before Lent, urged Catholic Women's Club of the media. Ceelraefa and Dittributtr

will feature a talk St. Joseph Church has an. them to make their carnival festivities "moderate healthyand San Antonio parish. After Father Karl Holtsnlder I I for

CHEESE "How the Communists took nounced that a mission will intelligent. coffee is served in St. An. 0 F.M. producer of the Hourof
over Cuba-a warning to the be conducted by a Franciscan lie also recommended to them the Italian Bishops' thony's school cafeteria, the St. Francis, preaching at YlUn Motel,, Ceramic,

U. S," by Enrique Leyama.Mr. Missionary of the order of message on movies which delegates will proceed to Mac. the industries' 14th annual and Mottle TiUi

Leyama was an attorneyin Friars Minor Father Victor was published that day, nd for the principles of natural Donald Center on Highway<< 52 Mass in Blessed Sacrament l7-f4thSt.Se. J47-4UI
Cuba during the communist Dougherty Father Victor is and Christian morals. In St. Leo church said this obligation is
takeover and is well qualified a brother of Father The Pope said on February
Dough underscored
from in the
1 :28! that In reading this mes "Apart praiseworthy Mrs. J. L Lacher of Bra- Second
to give first hand
a accountof erty.
: exceptions, which i deserve Vatican Council's decree on
denton diocesan
they would "see what president,
xr7rt"d how the communists infiltrated The mission, starting or consideration and communication. media.
importance this phenomenon encouragement will be heard< at the morning 81ta .
his homeland. A color Sunday March 11 will be foi,
the larger part of session.At "You who have the tools of
not in enter
assumes only
film, "Communist encircle. single and married men the :
Italian film production has mass together witha
tainment but in culture, art the meeting, there will
and popular education, so always moved toward a progressive be the display of affiliations' true concept of man and his G/4jaja

tong as it does not become a and unbridled moral histories relationship to God, can be a /
perversion. deterioration" Resumes of affiliation spiritual powerful bulwark against the
idea that only the here and St. Peftrtaurf
The Bishops' statement rec. The Italian Bishops said highlights are to be sent "
aYd ognized the position of div they still recalled the complaints ahead of time to Mrs. John now matters, the Priest said 4441 Tth Sheet, Nor*

tmction" achieved by the of their brother Blihops King. 103 Mission Hills, Temple Al a breakfast which followed

Italian movie industry "in at the ecumenical council Terrace, Tampa the Mans James I'rinds

originality of expression, In ever "the scandal causedby Another address for womenin Cardinal Mclnljre .( Us Holy Name Church
good technique and in merits the West Coast Deanery to Angeles
In+ Italian films among pea << said conflict between
Churned fresh r which have generally raised pie of their own countries" remember Is that of the person good and .\lIil inescapable JACKSON'SSHOES
wr Italian films charged with
4 to the level of acceptingthe
favor with full family art." The Bishops then Issued a registration and luncheon But, he emphasized, there

taste appeal! Healthful, 4tJ 1st But, It continued "while we clear call for censorship of fees. are some who seek to present
objectively note the effort of movies. evil disguised as good and attempt DON BARDELLA
too, 'cause Ifs high I) r Italian films in seeking an "With due respect, but also They art to send all checks to distort the conceptsof :

In vitamins and ever new language: and new with necessary clarity, we covering these "reservations the natural law. MtRtftr
Perfect for formulas in keeping with a ask the representatives of at ':.7S per person, to :Mrs. The industry, the Cardinal 441 Central A t. u2-IlLS
proteins. Donald A. SID
Cannon Antonio
1 said, deals with
steady technical, economicand the public authority to study life
tent's meatless meals. social progress, we must and put Into practice suitable Florida. The registration and problems, portrays elements
fee Is M rents of that
unfortunately express regret instruments, of course with of good and evil in the

hOle fer has delnry ... that these efforts are not always respect for rightful liberty In amount Mn. Schmidt said. various ways In which these FUEL Order
accompanied by a equal Ita various expressions, for Mrs. Paul Downing of 111 factors occur in human society. -
SI HE 2111 this I I
Petersburg kitchen
Try treat solicitude for respect for the an effective safeguard of the Beacon Road in Lakeland expects The Industry presents OIL
Clearwater 446-9189 dignity of the human person public good." the mail to her to be these la a realistic:, demandIng F TodayBOWEN'S

Tampa 8761325 There are myriad waysto peaches retain their full &.,r .et and Insistent manner be

Bradenton 743-0171 please with increasingly color blush, Immerse the added.
popular cottage cheese. But unpeeled reaches In boiling Those In the Industry who

for a real taste treat, serveit water and then dip immediately hold the ideals of those who S tnd.rd Oil Product

with a crisp, into cold water.Then attended the Communion 862.2 450
salad It Is a regal combination peel off the skim and Mass must persevere In ef Wf HONOR STANDARDOIL
48n. of fresh peach and banana halve the peaches. Brush forts to maintain high standards CREDIT CARDS

halves, bing cherriesand the peeled peach halves, the Cardinal said. -
nutritious cottage and the bananas, too, with

cheese. lemon 'Juice. This will prevent ale..
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Sincsafl finest Dairy Just a hint or two on how them from turning hes lent
to preserve the natural color brown.To .

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use a selection of crisp

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peaches. Cut In half length Holy Name

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Juice. Arrange banana ar+sewa
CAR LOANS pieces and peach halves, rt iA

hollow tide up on salad Film festival New Port
greens. Place U cup cottage COMPUKENTSOf I
atop peach
Port Riche/i of Pee the RMumcttaa
half. Garnish each with a Queen featuring Assisting EARL COX Pmp.Ze+.n
ST. KTEUIURS. FLORIDA cherry. If desired, parish Priests plan a film festival The la this event are, from left Mr*. ROM

100 TYRONE IlVD Mtmtxr I F.D.I.C.ttk AVENUE NORTH fruit on large glass arrange plate Living Christ," beginning on Sunday, Grove, Father Robert Donovan OS-B- Standard Station J. L. McKneJlen

CREATE WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING lANK and let guests help them- March 14, at 7 p-ra. for each Sundayin Father Richard Klrcher OSB. Mrs 7471 &Jf 1102
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'Three The Florida Catholic Friday March n, 1965 treasure
Sharing our Mass guide

Priest defends worthiness SUNDAY. March 14

I Neighbors'example leads 2nd Sunday of Lent, (Mass

\ i of welfare aid recipients I 7e 4 k 1 enquirer to accept faith MONDAY of Lent Sunday,)March Creed 15, Prefaceof

I CLEVELAND: (NO)-The "myth" that welfare re. ecumenical ,._. <( movement
I TUB week of Lent Preface of
immoral and
cipienti are "lazy, unworthy" was chal engendered a new Lent)

lenged by the secretary of the National Conference of warmth, understanding and ., ; TUESDAY, March 18
Catholic Charities,
friendship between Protestants (Mass of
this handicapped position if vA Fatllt'r Tuesday of the
Monsignor Raymond J. Gal we maintain a status quo*" and Catholics, which 1 2nd week of Lent Prct-'t
lagher of Washington, DC, he asked. has edified the whole world. John A. of Lent.)
laid the nation 30 million Forms of C'OOJ''ratlactlolt WEDNESDAY, March 17
welfare redpenti are "among Declaring that the nation in dealing with the urgent s ea (Mass of Wednesday cf the

that segment of our population today has the resources to problems ofvll\ rights, t 2nd week of Lent 2nd Psay
which Is housed and provide "a full life' for all poverty community betterment er of St Patrick Preface

inadequately educated the citizens, the Priest cautioned and world peace have of Lent.>

very old and the very young, against "looking for a scape been opened up. Old antagonisms are the Church's teachingsand THUnSD.March 18
the sick and the disabled, goat on which to expend hostility are being replaced with how well.founded they (Mass of Thursday of the

emotionally disturbed, men someone to discriminate u.jLayman's friendship and love, are upon Scripture. It wasn'ta 2nd week of Lent 2nd Pray.

tally retarded, the dependent, against, on the pretenseof charity recognized This Is surely the work .f mere theoretical exposition, er of St. Cyril of Jerusalem: ,
the deserted our brother self.preservation the Holy Spirit and we must for Bob was able to show how Preface of Lent.)
citizens who by standards of "We must give and share continue that growth Is love the Catholic faith helps one FRIDAY, March 19

fair play never had a chance more generously with all," In recognition of 21 years on the Pictured at the event are, from left which will ultimately lead particularly through the St Joseph, (Mass of feast,

to get in the game" he stated board of the' Jacksonville regional office Father John J. Lcnihan. diocesan we hope U Christian sally Mass Confession and Holy Gloria, 2nd Prayer of Fri
Monsignor Gallagher, The National Conference of l. Communion to live an upright day of the 2nd week of
of the Catholic Charities Bureau Charities executive; Cljd King, president This must not however obscure -
speaking at the annual health Catholic Charities the chief Unit Inc, a banquet was tendered just before of the board of the Jacksonville the fact that In the life. Lent Creed Preface of St
coordinating agency for Joseph)
and welfare institute here on ed States Catholic charities Lent began to James B. Clark Charities office; Mrs Clark, Mr. Clark; United' States of America The General family and SATURDAY, March 20
March 2, noted that 40
of the recipients of some percent organizations fourth from left Marking his retirement Monsignor Patrick R Nolan, dean, and there are about 80 million Bob had both borne eloquent (Mau of Saturday of 2nd

forms of relief came from from the board was the plaquepresented MIM Kathleen Reilly the Jacksonville people who profess no religious witness la word and deed, t* week of Lent, Preface of
in for his Bureau's executive faith, and at least an the beasty, truth and holiness Lent)
families exactly like the ones Pope speakson appreciation help secretary other 20 million who
rarely .f the Catholic religion.I SUNDAY
March 21
they have created. to the Bureau office in Jacksonville. attend any church. (How can
3rd of Lent
Sunday (S1ass
we best show our solicitudeand decided to take a complete -
"What does the future hold guidanceof of Sunday, Creed, Preface
for ear brother-citizens la love for them? By seeking course of instruction, of LentJSays
to share with them our which i FatherUHam J.
children Confers birettaM most precious treasure our Brlen at St. Andrew's Church businessmen/

Reds jail editor Barbara Ward advises holy Christian faith. kindly gave m*. Therein I
waysto (NCGeneralissimo )
\\TIC\\ CITY (:NCI perceived how the Catholic have moral c/utyto/ !
Francisco Franco conferred We can d. this .
by living
Paul M has stressed
\ILNNl NC ugosla Pope Church was founded by Christ
( ) -
the red biretta of the right lives and achieve
\'Ia' communist authorities the need to give every child extend charity to by witnessing and authorized by Him to successMhNNl
poor Cardmalat on Angel Cardi.nMlllerrt'ra for Christ ,n sultabl
jailed a Catholic editor for constant care during an audience every teach all nations all\ days : (.NC)-Good busIness -
Orla (March 1)) pportunlty..
three days for trying to increase granted recently to participants \\'.\SIIINGTOV (NC)-Barbara Ward has said here a week after y the 78year-old even unto the consummationof management ls a moralas
his in an international This Is the world I was" Impressedtoo well economic .
publication circulation Illustrated In the ai an necessity
there should be a Christian lobby" to see to it that at Bishop of Malaga was for.
without government congress of directors of Institutions conversion of Mola A. Pic- by the long list of Popes rranzlskus Cardinal
for homeless children least one per cent of a wealthy nation's gross national mally named to the Collegeof which stretches from Peter
permission, it has been reported Paul M kett of Brockport N'ew'ork, Xornlg of Vienna advised a
here. Imprisoned was organized by the pontifical society product coca in aid to poor engaged In by many groups The Cardinals ceremony by Pope followed a who relates the following down to the present pontiff. conference of Industrialists

Tots Premrovi editor of the of the holy childhood nations and nations long standing tradition that events In her life I was attracted also by the her.
He also told the directorsto Miss Ward (Lady Jackson), Interest In
forenlghtly Druzina (Family) Some nations, she said the Spanish chief of state, not My the Catholic beautiful teaching concerning He rirrlsred that executives
.f Nova Gone show "firm Indulgence" to British Catholic economist have a standard of living thatis the Pope, presents the red religion was kindled by our the Real Presence of Christ have the seal duly of Insuring
Premrovi had Drui children in their "diffICult author and editor of The neighbors the General family
upped 2000 per cent higher than biretta to newly named Spanish In the Holy Fucharlst. I was that their firms achieve sue:
ina's press run from 65,000 to passage to adolescence" Economist, London spoke re others, "The problem must Cardinals for whom 1 did some baby baptized and mad my first eeis

100,000 at the suggestion of Speaking .f the Gently at Trinity College a be taken seriously," she said sitting when I was a teenager, Holy Communion-a memorable
Bishop Joup Togacmk, apos said young liberal arts institution for Margaret and Will Generalare day In my lif*. Later on In some cases where the
toile! administrator of the child. Pope Paul : women operated by the Sisters She said there Is n* "real. Training held for exemplary Catholics, .who Bob and I were married at a future of an enterprise Is In

Ljubljana archdiocese Besides During this critical periodin of Notre Dam de Na commitment" today *n aidIng live their religion seven days Nuptial Mass and God has doubt, businessmen may havean

jailing' the editor authorities its development, when mur. poor .nations but help street preaching a week, blessed us with a growing ethical responsibility to

have made the publication the child Is malleable and Miss Ward saw a dangerous should be extended Ihroujh They Invited me to go with family, Our holy faith bindsus see that It continues to exist,

reduce its size from easily influenced. continual instability In today a sense of justice, charily and apostolate in N.Y. them to Sunday Mass, and closely together, and I can for overall economic or social

16 to eight pages.Subscribe attention Is demanded from world and laid It to three moral obligation. that Initiated m* Into Catholic never suflclently thank those reasons, the Cardinal said.

nn '" "n '''n''u N you for each one of these major challenges the "extreme Holding that as old empires MM; PORK (NC-Twenty) worship. I couldn't fall to who helped lead, m* Into the II* also. said that workers
awakening personalities so Imbalance In wealth give to moves for independence laymen and women here are notice how reverent the wor fold of Christ Mrs, Gullo con. must N given a voice in company

now that their emotional, intellectual between nations the to*t colonial way, a vacuum Is created In training for the street shippers were and how they\ eluded matters In which theyare
and moral qualities maybe shattering of empires into which outside preaching apostolat in the all seemed absorbed In competent" to speak
"" "\"""" "" n\""'"'' powers
developed and so that they and the ideological conflicts seek to move Miss Ward New fork area, prayer When th Priest Bless Cathedral Cardinal Kornlg said there
may become responsible men of would elevate the sacred was a welcome trend towardan
suggested greater use a They are members of the
JACKSONVILLESTIAKS before God Lithuania said United' Nations "police force"to Calhollt Ivldenc: (slid Host and chalice, a hush TRn'AMmmllndl1 (:NC' ) understanding that good
In regard to older children, keep foreign nations out of which has been leaching came over the congregationand -Th* Malankara rill Cathedral profits and good businessethics .

the Pope statedThroughout : smaller\ countries Catholic doctrine o* the one could sense the very of St Mary .was dedl are not contradictory

the sometimes enduring severepersecution The answer to Ideological reels( *f New York, even In presence of God rated her (February 21 and

'D'A II'O irritating manifestations conflict, which she found not Time Square, for 29 years. My Interest Is he Catholic 22)), replacing pro- .lhfdral. JACKSONVILLERELIGIOUS
marking the difficult passage only between Nest and Fast faith was further deepened by Participants in the dedication .
to adolescence the thirst but between religions and As soon as the weather
err r1i0C ReaadaN / Catholic young ,people wild ceremonies Included BOOK
>. for Independence, the destre races aa well, Muss Ward warms up they'll take upwhere Archbishop Gregnrlo Thanalathll .
letter whom I chummed
!they left off last No. & GIFT SHOP
to shine, changes in temper received hen outlines said must com from development ( of Trlvandrum, headof
and behavior the edu just of a brotherhood of vemher, after having given Later I moved to Rochester the Malankara rite hler __1ft. th* jMbMir! act
difficulties of Catholic fam ........
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than VO talks during 1" .m
knows how discern under God more where I met Robert Gullo
cator to lies in Lithuania The letter man a arrhy, and Archbishop James ...n.l UIM4I4rmnriii
thanks \love John XXII\ the year Klght now the, are devout Catholic and ...
M&.A1. to a composed of somehow was posted by cmsors Citmg Pope a gradual It, Knox, papal intrrnunclo to ? *4
great patience the Impelling ruled she said that at the end ofa attending weekly two hour of St. Charles College in India calls r '.8 sue I-MIBIB
need which the haveto In that communist audience with form training lessons to preparefor Calonsvlll. Maryland W* AriKlte. a..< a sp.r..e
young private
The Church built In .
pct / Mr. M. tl.a..las. country, and cam to rela M II artier rm
a.ns.air. assert their personalities .r soviet premier Mklta their nest season began to date, and I learned tal style has its main altar
lives in the United States William t Christopher of hone 721OtSIThunderbird
Khrushchev daughter and many things about the Catholic
"With firm Indulgence. with 'H* have passed the holy son the Pontiff said Elmhurst, long Island, a religion from Bob, W* over the tomb of ArchbishopMar
generality and good win\ yea days (Christmas) la sorrow," "They tell m* that you are young Manhattan business used to visit the Holmesfamily Ivanlos, who In 1910 led.
.CONO.CAJJ- will\ lead them U the dlwt says the letter "bee....* the atheist, but you 'Oft't refuse executive, Is president of the Howard was non- thousands of separated Maiabar
Christians back
try *f the riches third He government does not allow the blessings of an old guild Th organization Is Catholic, his wile Patriciawas Into
A latent I.! their ," them. chased to communion with tile Holy
personalityou People art man for children patterned after the Catholic C.thllltt-"Itb whom w*
391 your '
Se which allowed the eitabllshment
work, and those who do not Evidence; Guild of London *, : fllitAUIAMTtfrtn
the discussed .
"\ will sustain them In That she said Is spirit' religion at length of the Malankara ?
r,.. >..., .fr" I* ':.1.11&! I ] the difficult! apprenticeshipof obey are dismissed from jobs that mat eo\ |ur the Idea founded by rank Shred Her Bob knowledge of Hit, $ | Df B Ou' 'U.l."".;r.i>r.. ..I! terl,."... freedom And you will "Priests are. forbidden t. logical conflict threatening British and American publisher the Catholic religion enabled
and his wife, Manle Hi* successor, Archbishop
Joseph M.r.B., My. enable them in a word, to luilnx-t Ihe children I la malI world peace.Transport, him t to show how reasonable Gregorlos, revealed prior to
Ward. Th Sheeds are still
353J4I9 find the way toward themselves ," pertalalig U rellgna l or sick I'UItrrrt preachers In the cathedral dedication that SEAFOODS

2)4 W. FofttK Si.Owli and to put Into practice U teach them the prayers Ix>ndon, and whenever their Baltimore paper the rite now numbers IV),wn MIME Kll$

their vocation"as mea and as "In the district of Taurage" \UIC\N finn( ) -. Mhedules<< permit they gin* UTIMORF: i.C< ) The Catholics ftlO churches. 230
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the letter ceetMMied, mothers Por>t Paul received' in and training Baltimore 'I'C'MlllnUn newspaper

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10 of Uwm-to receive First n.wal! etII/ own-It has
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objected most bitterlybut that It It this hop that leads / office clerks mor" from its name la 193 ,ml 'HI''I

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4 ; severely. the communists orgies to the car of the sick a fireman, shoe salesman' a of the Baltimore archdwr.**., Wi I. C-etlr.1It

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The Life of Our Lord God's w world

Catholic Comment Parents gave Holy Child Jesus'words put an end to fear

best for "The bills keep piling ,
training growth not b* afraid Up
Seventy times "D0 How shall we ever get out of
seven the
These wert reassuring debt?" "If the diagnosis
went on In t h e words of Jesus to n
WHAT cancer, how shall I ever bear
of Mary Peter. James and John as
you ever wonder why the fallen might very well fall victim[ to the temptation and Father if And what will become of
pro Joseph, called upon to bringup they groveled on the ground family" "If I had .

angels never had a second chance again, a child who was God'e + at the sight of His transfiguration. Ln J. my the baby to the doctor taken

A who has habitual serious have not been told but iw frightened !
hand man can bi I person an ; we wert
Or on the other why Trueyou sooner, I'm sure she wouldn
sin is in need of the Sacrament of cannot help thinking about it. Frank J, i to find themselves on such have died" t

forgiven seventy times seven! Codajustice Penance more than the occasional sin God intimate terms with divinity.
Having in the house Sheednlpotence In these and a million other

and mercy are truly a mystery.The ner. Everyone who goes to confession like that, whether or not they Our Lord's words had a worries and regrets, there

angels were made so perfectly by knows that he will be back and in many came to full understanding much wider range honevcr, are a few basic facts wI'!> I

God that it was impossible for them to instances will repeat the same sins. of the mystery of their Son, than the disciples' present wt have to keep repeats

must have kept them in a moment tf confusion. value than ourselves, over and ove.
rtpcnt. Their decision was eternal.Man We might look upon ourselves as art of more
adults but God sees us for what we state of stricken awe, ecstasy many sparrows," Then thereIs God does love me. God duel
hand is weak shot Very soon Jesus would die
on the other so through with anguish.We parable of the know and God does
the beautiful care what
are-children of Adam and Eve wonder how they could of God than a newborn in'disgrace, apparently help-
is for him to repent field whose raiment to
that it possible
lilies of the happens me. Whatever
Though His children fall often during ever have gone about >ceding baby wailing. Compared less to defend Himself. The
Is exceeds in beauty happens to me (my own sins
again and again. The fact that man life all that He asks is their confessionand and washing and dressing with the Infinite, the apostles (Judas excepted) and Jesus' Is God'i
Solomon, excepted) will
sorry and has a determination to do sorrow and determination to do Him mightiest of created things /is would survive this test of their robes conclusion: "How much more a part of God'i plan for, is
faith but then themselves
better is the only disposition necessary better But In fact we! have a not less God than, taking a speck our nature of dust.and would become the victims you, 0 you of little faith!" and for those who depend upon

for a good confession. Last' Sunday, the first Sunday of totally dissimilar experience being an infant, is not by the of persecution. There From Ills quiet Invitation, me. Even my mistakes,

Lent, began the season of the Easter' ourselves: God made man Is would be times when who my well-intentioned mistakes,
Wt are often misled! by our own shadow of a hair's breadth every "('ome t.Ie: all you
of His
duty. This is our reminder to all our ai truly present In the ISIens-! more mysterious than God man's hand would seem to labor and are burdened, andI are a part plan.

logic into thinking that because we arc readers that Christ waits in the con- ed Eucharist: as in the iiouse taking our nature and being be set against them. In the I will give you rest," tt His Out of all that happens tome

victim of sinful habits that God findsit fessional ready to give all of us a fresh in Nazareth more majestic than man has end they would be faced with majestic, "Behold, I am with God Is going to bring

difficult to forgive us. Although wart start even though we have long passed If we were so stricken with ever been. the choice of denying Christor you all days, even unto the good; otherwise He would not

sorry have the feeling that we the seventy tunes seven. not reverent bring awe ourselves that we to could rev So we come back to t h t It suffering undoubtedly violent...death with all Jesus consumatlon keeps appealing of the world for our," let it .happen.

ceivt Him Into mystery with II'hlcllIar: ) this in mind that Jesus said, God knows my weaknesses
our body, wt and Joseph had to live dally, and makes
should be "r not oe afraid. They had generous allow.
His whole
nullifying and every hour of every day, seen His glory. They would Wt might bt tempted to ance for them. All that Ht
Sacred Scripture purpose in being there sacra-
Had however much or little they remember Tabor They would think that our Lord has been asks is that I do my best,
mentally and
I Joseph simply lain Mary prostrate realized It. know that Jesus #as wi'hthem unduly repetitious in t h 1 smatter however inadequate that best

in adoration of His divinity, God and the Son had become through all their trials, except for our own may sometimes seem. When

Divine law emphasized in psalm they would have been refus true man, not calling "Do not be afraid." It Is experience.hive to admit Shamefacedly that wt still. I have result done is my success best, whetherthe or fail

their His to do
ing co-operation) in His upon divinity whatIn the constant remembrance tf
forget His assurances, still ure, I can leave it to God to
two weeks 'iO1'1 the note, wt must clear the plan for our redemption. all other men their humanity this admonition which will untold amount of
JUST burn up an work It into His plan for m".
must do That He
the shortest of t the author of a mild charge I-et. us remind ourselvesonce was give serenity to our ewe lives in unprofitable -
true man means that In the nervous energy Finally, I can never, never
psalms, psalm 116. And now which has been alleged more what the Incarnation
early of Nazareth He God loves us. Unceasingly worry. lose when I choose to do God's

along comet the longest of Father against him. meant. The second Person was true years child. He had to bt wt have His attention. Ills I All of us art faced, and will as I set it, no matter
them all 118 which His psalm, extolling the of the Blessed
psalm Trinity,
whole His faced with situations what human wisdom\ dictate
nourished as other children attention concerned frequently may
boasts of 17ft verses It is an J.h J. law as it does, has been looked retaining His nature as God,
to the
l art or God would 'iavt attention! There Is not a which test our confidence contrary
acrostic or alphabetic psalm; ClltelolII upon by some as an expression took to Himself a human nature been undernourished; washed thing which happens to us tf in God. Some of theseanxiety We must be realistic. TrustIn
the first eight verses begin of that almost idolatrous This one Person had
rr as other children are, or which God does not take nott. -producers are small God will/ not stifle sorrowIt
with the first Utter of the worship of the law which was two natures, divine and human
God would have been left Time and again in the Gospels ones, others are of major proportion will not eliminate disap
llehrew the second characteristic of some of the But whether He
alphabet, was doIng
unclean; dressed as other our Lord tries to inspire "I really should at- pointment. It will not still
tight with the second letter, later Scribes They paid so the things of God In the
children are, or God would our confidence in this loving tend that funeral tomorrow, all apprehension. Our emotions
and until all 22 letters d much attention to the law as nature the
so on, Yr about 300 B. r one or things of
have lam naked lit had to care which Ht las for us. but if I do how shall I get my are not that easily con
have been used. practically to separate it man in the other it was always "
lit was thus able to take from its Author and to makeit the Person who did be taught: to walk, taught to "Art not two sparrows 'told washing done "I have to trolled.

Each stanza mentions the advantage of all the work an independent, quasi.divine them and the Person talk the mind grows giddyat for a farthing" He reminds give a speech at the meetingand But trust in God will rill

divine law by eight dlf'uent"ordl which his many predecessors reality all by Itself' God ; was the thought of the Word us "And yet not one of them I'm frightened. to death us an inner strength and a

: law, decrees, words, had done. His work shows the only learning the jst of words. \11'11fan/ to the ground with What shall I say?" fundamental t tranquil II-

precepts, statutes, commands influence of the great prophets But of Whatever was done or suffered In all this Mary and Joseph out your F'ather's leave "I studied so hard for that ty Trust in God will keer is

ordinances, promises notably of Jeremia and psalmist as a is matter Intent upon fact,God our or In any way experienced had to help, as our parents Therefore do not bt afraid, exam and still I flunked It." from defeatism and despair

Second Isaia. The wisdom was done suffered ex helped us In the order of experimental
This is a clever arrangement writers, too, especially the perienced by God the Son. knowledge He Pop Paul VIIt's
and aid to
a great
authors of Job and Proverbs He knows that true happiness There Is profound mystery may well have made progress
but it has its disadvantages
try left their mark on his thoughtand comes only from fidelityto here. If God had not revealedit at an Incredible rate, but

It Is to artificial as to. his style. And he Is him- Him, and if he pays so the human mind would progress He did make. hoeFollowing
the author from developing long to
never have suspected it But our row
self a Scribe, a dedicated much attention to the law, it
his theme very logically teacher of the law Is only because he sees in it lie has revealed it. lie grew not only la stature

Each verse stands on All of these the expression of the divine but In wisdom (Luke 2, 11), is a portion of the toward certain ruin if there that father of a family and
great The actions In Our Ixird'shuman
Its own, without much refer will. translation of the sermon delivered were not in our earthly pilgrimage owner of a field who goes
currents flow together As God Ht had infinite wisdom
ence to the preceding or thefollowing nature were truly human
for the
laving in the
early the
morning to
In hn work to form a magnificent but In the human mind
but It God who
And even though He is was performed
Sunday by Pope I'aul'J at hon of Christ. Without this square to recruit workers for
synthesis of solid and them.It that was now His there had
there are gems of poetry from some physical or spirit a Mass in St. Peter's basilica Infinite gift of God we wouldbe his land. He at once finds
authentic spirituality, In view to be growth in wisdom What
sprinkled throughout, the uni- ual malady and is convincedthat
for several of
Italian those hom
groups Holy Scripture and
that I some with then
of the fact that this may seem am emphasizing agrees
must have
psalm they found most
tv of theme God's law, and the only way to achieve workers In it the dli describes the "
does a truth already sufficiently Pope as 'filii irae, on their wages, then sends
not lend itself to
orderly dazzling, and in fact most terrifying
the -
inflexibility structure real
is to live in accordance
clear. It can never cussed the necessity for work the sons of wrath them to his farm. Later h
logical analysis, we hell was teaching Him His
make it a bit monotonous with the divine will. It
select its main themes for be clear enough. As we read religion His. religion Once and Its nature.THE Ai a consequence of sin goes again to the iquare several "
Is for
this that he
Out what
the "
psalm lacksIn consideration There Is so he discern prays; that the Gospels, it must be con again the mind grows giddy : period of Lent will be mankind would be lost Behold times at the third tee
poetic inspiration Is may ever
amply much repetition of similar clearly what Cod asks more tinuously in our minds thatit what must it have felt like preparation and the then the admirable un sixth and the ninth hour. I
compensated for of him
by the pro- ideas scattered throughout was God the Son who was to be teaching God about God1 dertaking of rescue and of that Is to say, till late In rti
found In order that he prologue of the Easter of
religious which
feeling respond
that a detailed may doing all these things, suffering salvation, the knowledge of afternoon, and recruits mare
verse by-verse Prayers would first
come ,
raises it to the with Resurrection We reflect thaton
heights of ever greater fidelity For
spirituality commentary would be quite all these things. Otherwise the simplest who will help us and of whatit laborers Lastly, he goes out
in this response he Is s I ic to prayers using this Sunday the tone of
confusing and not a little mo find the happiness for which we are not seeing what the words lie had thus farmastered. prayer and meditation ii necessary for us to do. once more at the end of the

There' are Indications that notonous. ht yearns so ardently. I really happened Then the simpler change entirely The period This then Is the argumentwhich day. at the 11th hour and r recruits -

the author of psalm III To begin on a rather nega- (Tt be continued) The fifth century heretic truths The great feasts must of Advent and of Christmas will interest our souls some who had not mo

N storms Is said to have asserted haxe helped. We had begun brought us to the search for and especially faithful ones ceeded In finding work till I

that he could not believe to be taught something about God, to the knowledge of His in order to arrive at the blessed that moment Thus ends tts

that the Infant at the Christmas and Raster as tiny only Son, Jesus Christ, tr His moment of Easter whenwe first part of the parable.

other Michael! V. Con*.* mother's breast was God. children Revelation with the feast of meet the great hope, the The second part follows,

MittJe* tl Ntntdrt Pt DIM And we' ourselves may feel Mary and Joseph must have the Epiphany and with the great Joy of our redemption the one which concerns I the

something of the same difficulty told !Him about the feasts ef others celebrated later brought about by Christ which reward The master distributes !-

But the greatest monarch Passover and Pentecost They Now the objective changes must fulfil itself in each of to everyone the I.. m e

Guest ch pte s in ruling, the greatest poet did not yet know about a Passover and we are Instead eng ged usToday'i wages! hence the 111.humor

writing, the greatest scientist thirty years away or in the inquiry, in the examination Co.pel presents to of the first. What Is happening

discovering these are no a Pentecost fifty days after of man. In other words, us one of those great parables Why does not the master

rlonlb cAtholic histoRy nearer to the infinity and cm- that in the period begins today which seem to be flimsy. give a reward in proportoa,
amusing tales and
the fundamental IS.m. are instead with the effort made The

-- of our will\ be cosmological pages Immense according
prayer destiny master replies: I give
Question box of man, hit salvation, the pages of anthropology of to justice: precisely as wt

Chapter UTilt Amtiig the civilian populalloa 17R7, when he returned to St. mystery of his redemption, theology and Indeed full of had greed; if I now reward

: Priests were not the there were a number of Augustine to take up residence beginning precisely from wisdom' truth and doctrine those who have worked less

Irishmen In St Aug- persons of Irish descent: Edward with his bride for the Restitution theme Sundaji which are a The art of the Divine Master in the same measure used

stine these Ashtos, Groves Uoran tint time postage Is precisely that of making
during years. The preface of Lent reminding us for the others, it li because
the .
Irish born Hibernia Regiment George Fleming Joha Hudson If the O'Ponovans lived of the great themes which I divine mysteries! more accessible I prefer to be good and generous
and Honoris ('lark. Carlos to us
bad been astronauts covered art truly material for a sublime through these Can I then not do ai
stationed In the Howard, secretary of the happily ever after, the same colorful tales and parables, ,
chapter in
presidio for several cannot be said for Father religious history 1 prefer
years government was probably Today'i text by the Evange"

prior to 1788, and the region Irish who llanett and lather O'lleilly,, Q. If a person who was not find it improper' to have the The first to appear on this list St Matthew talks about (Tt be continued)
to be bedeviledby
bad become used to names The most celebrated Irishman matrimonial baptized had stolen a large picture of Jesus on postage Sunday Is specifically t h t r

such as Lieutenant Colonel of the second Spanish law there problems In sum of money, would he have stamps. It would be the vulgar theme of the condition of man M, J. Murray
Spamnhperiod was no provision
to return this money beforehe commercial use of Whoever recites
Guillermo/ 0 the breviary
Kelly, commandant however was Lieutenant for marriages between
could be baptized, or something sacred Would In which
of the garrison and his Juan O'Donovau, who had non Catholics, whether beforea today on the
would the baptism lakeaway like the of
job using a cancel lessons of the first nocturn
adjutant, Captain Eduardo successfully executed a clandestine Protestant minister or a all tin? Strange but true
marriage with Dominga civil official. ling stamp on the holy face'Would art from Genesis and who.

uient. dt Zespedes daughterof Yet. the A. Baptism takes all you think it proper ever meditates on today's
among non Catholic away

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that the emblem of our Epistle sees : I I9M. NCWC News Sen ic!
very well how
the first Spanish governor Anglo Americanl residing sin if a person receives it
In Florida there with faith, love and honest Saviour should be used to man appears after original

Ont night In the spring of numerous Instances of were sorrow for mi. But it does transport tome of the scurrilous sin It Is certainly not a condition P 1CiJ-, ut"o M leer
1" fl i dJtI101i 178S. Father O'Reilly had going across the Gtorglaborder not cancel out debts of jus junk which travels of happiness nor of per / a11,7 a ynVt

r ,\ been summoned to the home to be married by I'rot- lice Anyone truly sorry for through our mails, in spttt of fection. nor art wt In a i'omplett ",.r acM'V.k .

of the chief engineer: Maria estant clergymen Other couples stealing must be resolved to contrary postal laws terminal state, that is > ,,ploQ rMP
no dt la Rocqut, ostensibly to lay la a state of ,
( restore nit he stole. repose
simply called in the Q. Could you please tell me
on a tick call.\ When ht
entered -
the horn, there stood neighbors for witnesses' tx- Q. Recently I tent a letter where I earn find I. the Bible It II, Instead, at \Initial
changed vows, and recordedthe It the postmaster general .r( which
stage demand
t.bIb1.A ...s w...., Donovan and the governor'sdaughter the test, Subdue the heaveas tVtelpmeat -
11 OR 11)4 ATHOI.IC ..'11.1... side by side, holding ceremony in a book. the I'nlled Mates Inquiring and the earth. Ailrtnauts, wtrk, HIltIU,.,
why a picture of Jesus Christ t.ll. (5'1t (
O. Ml III! III.mi hindi Before the startled Bath procedures violatedthe are claiming this let It prose' a !
.Ill ..., .1..1.1 l l Hrl PrIest realized don not appear tn any their ,
> what was letter of Spanish civil and tailed I Slates points. In a word, and this is t-t
.. ptslaft
Ort d .101. .tututwrilptlon going on the two .
lovers religious law
exchanged which recognlifd while reality. It Is an. unhappy state
In f II A sod stamps, tame stamp A. Sorry I can't help you.
Cantili. 41* p ... fulfilling, so they thought before
unrlr.a a the a I'rleit. sinners. Because wt have
warship The replywas your text !Is Genesis I, 28; inherited
Tli fl..rM. r.tNolk, I' a .,."'. canonical requirements for a "since an existence affli.'ted
The postage stamp "Be fruitful and
matter engaged the attention multiply; fill
Wr .r Ihl rmliolle fr... Anarl. valid marriage the exchange
?ten t ml 1555,1.5.5 cihAlIf of Father llaisrtt because were first Issued la the the earth and subdue it"I by original sia and. la add!

P".,.1'.""."r. .n'.n asa Utrim,s A.' .. h,,". and witnesses.of vows before Priest of the possibility that failed Mates, It has been the I doubt that the sacred hoe we have aggravated it r LGiMni 1.

.rr...n>ilh. ..t..4.ruMiiktrtr ._..... Catholics might Attempt marriage policy out to commemorate writer of Gtntsls I ever by our sins That U to .awt < DdcOP uy'

el.! .. vm| uiitftr tip Act .( Mtrrk The infuriated 7espedes' under: the same circumstances specific religious events .r dreamed of getting off the !have broken the thread ef i
.. &IU.r"h.. subjects Issuance' life which links us to uc-4 pUli
produced' the couple later before Hassrtt was 11'0"01" of a ground. For him the heavens ,

e lather Hassett who as ned how he should II fit Anglo f. m m e moratiu (Ihriitma were a giant blue bowl. inverted Therefore we wou.'d: gTa )

ecclesiastical Judgt for I the -. erican couples who desired stamp with religious i\t\ .iHeance over the earth, -- ---- t.

., S I....' I, ..It, province, determined that to become Cathci" .''i: could well be Interpreted eqt' Aped with fjodgatet: to **' atiwrr art frim"'

E=.." II I.dl" since there was\ some doubt need their marriages be validated by other ailransre a let the rain come through 'Tke Qu..,,,.. lUi1 r.afucud t

Jdl'vn': ",.. 1.. \jv'. about the union the marriage' Again, Hai.ttt wasat tion .n the prince and with) lun. mown and stars by M.n.lg..r J, |U. .. f r+,arsnrr pSSC w /

..rk A. ..llxltA4 should be validated a lust to knjw what be pie .f separation of (hurt! attached to its rirr surface. Ctawtv, aatWtally Iswva A4r uaxaY ./

.rtl.rf U.n>|., should da when nonCatlto-s:: and !Male. It /he taJ t':':j
Br...f, w. ( ........ rrrr,5nnr FtllewlBf, n'n.the laudation wishing to marry lion Cllha- (1)oJ yew think that |this the earth be '. J Lave hail. 'aesti.e hl.4. please, ,. r : "N ( (tt t' a i Ja.tA.a'Q iOna fray aV

Five: The Horida Catholic Friday March 12, 1963

called to praise in song

spoken Pope says /law not relaxed
prayer, new rules

The Florida Catholic Is yet on Friday abstinence
pleased to publish another In Mass the celebrant no longer
II the series of articles
article is by Father on the new liturgy. The following makes the Sign of the Cross VATICAN CITY (NC) Pop Paul noted that the

John Bluett. a member. n' tem_ ....w._ five times, three times over .. days of Lent
------- v. .v """ only requiring fast and abstinence In Italyare
esan Liturgical Commis-
the chalice and
twice in front II
Ash Wednesday and Good Friday and hinted at the
of it, as he used to; omitting
same time that the Friday abstinence law
might be abol.
the Signs of the Cross, he I
LAST Sunday marked the simply holds the Host over ,. .: ,' shed in the future.
of further : Father the chalice while saying the What he said was that the law of abstinence from

changes [in the celebration of .w John prayers meat on Fridays remainsin
Mass in the Diocese and indeed He genuflects after the people force "for the time rises and a mystic sense."

around the world. The Bluclt respond Amen. being" The Pore stressed the value

people were probably surprised The Priest uses the loud Pope Paul was speaking' at of positive charity as a Lenten
to hear the Priest say tone of voice now In the Latin his regular weekly general observance In this connection
out loud some of the prayersat prayer "Libera[ nos," follow. audience on Ash Wednesday he cited the current

Mass formerly prayed in "And was made man" ing Immediately after the Y March 3))I. He said that Lent Lent and Advent collections
an inaudible manner. The Priests and people merely Our Father. The Amen after ( because of its spiritual life lethe In Germany to feed the hungry
changes have been made in bow. the Lord's Prayer is omitted. r Church's "richest, most abroad and to help develop

keeping with the spirit of the Libera nos, now said aloud 'I '. moving and most lyrical" underdeveloped coun
Second Vatican Council's Constitution Now said aloud Is the S. Is the prayer that continuesor e \ 'A r period of the year. tries.

on the Sacred Lit cret. The Secret prayer-or enlarges upon the final petition Pope baptizes convert Then he alluded to the dis Such a program Pope Paul
1tr&). the prayer over the offerings of the Our Father. rt'n.atlon-In the dioceses of said Is In keeping with "the

The goal is to bring the completes the bread the preparationsof Another new liturgical reglatlon Pope Paul VI U pictured baptizinga The Pope prayed ei>ecially for missionarlcs Italy for the past several spirit cf Lent and translates
and the
whole Christian people into wine in Is that Mass ends years, as well as In some Itself in'o an economic value
of 12
the Congolese one converts at aMass who victims
full and active participation Offertory of the Mass. after the last blessing. Whatpeople political American dioceses, fromLenten which gives bread to relieve
in the work of giving praise The loud tone of voice for this hate known as the he celebrated in the Roman basilica > unrest fast and abstinence famine In the world for a multitude !.

and thanksgiving to God bothin prayer Is an innovation since Last Gospel, emitted. of St. Paula outside the walls. except on Ash Wednesday for poor persons, ,persons

song and in spoken prayer. March T.There Priests seek the renewed Good Friday. lie said: far away and unknownwho
The people have a definite Is a new disposition "Through the centuries and thus enjoy the charity
fervor of the at Mass.
and active role in the new regarding the little elevation: In the various countries. Lent arising from Lenten observances. .
tone of voice and gesture have In this connection. It Is well has been observed In diverse ."
not the least
liturgy of which Father
changed and the to note the words of the Holy Holy
Is congregational singing. people'sGreat Father forms and various character
him eU Pope Paul urges
Amen at the end is
Istlcs, especially In regard to
For the most the .
part their ratification of that VI said on January 13: "Per.haps .
portion the ascetic observance which Leaders'instituteWASHINGTON
on March 7 .
the reforms touch
of the Mass. practices
They say its characteristic mark
the celebrant Congregations Amen to stress this dear to our hearts and was : (NC-The>)>
summaryof find
(fasting) reduced to
however notice Congo to
some probably quite respectable
of the changes. the Eucharistic prayer: habits. Perhaps for some the peace only two days requiring abstinence National Women Council of Catholic

Psalm 42. "Judica," Is no At the end of the Canon of reforms require efforts which Ash Wednesdayand will sponsor seven

longer said. After the Priest the Mass from the words are somewhat unpleasant at By James C. O'Neill "May the example of Good "rldIYwhile the regional "Institutes for Lead..n"
your usual law of abstinence
"Per ipsum ." every between April and
the introductory up to "Per the beginning. However, we Sep
"Introibo says ad altare Del verse" he omnia saecula saeculorum" must be docile and have faith. ROME (NC)-"Congo, listen to our voice" Pope Paul brothers and sisters far from Friday remains" In force for tember.
VI cried out here in an impassioned but forgiving saddening and discouragingyou the time being
goes on to the next verse, inclusively the Priest says "The religious and spiritual protest The thret-diy course of
"Adjutorlum nostrum in no. the prayers in a loud tone. plane offered by the new liturgical against the recent slaughter of miaslonert and hostagesIn be a most exhilarating Informed sources here labeled studies for women leaders of
mine Domini." Throughout he lifts up the constitution Is stupendous that African country.The stimulus for you We can 11 baseless Interpretations
chalice and the Sacred Host because of Its legitimately nourish the hope Catholic organizations will t be
response Mass he which regarded the
At the Instead.. Pope spoke during a offered In the basil that have centered this on the liturgy
Creed ofgeauflettios ( for the so-called little eleva to the nature and they become interceders remarks year
Pope's as granting
it the ica of St. Paul's Outside the Walls for everyone, but particularly In heaven for ecumenism and the war
phrase tion. Now, at this part of the needs of modern man." your.eligious a universal dispensation from
... ., .. missionaries, who families on poverty
rirxaw r : .11'1' : ."" .- ....... milted by anly a minority! .f and protec the law tf 'fatting during Lent.
have been victims of polite tors of those apostolic fields Sites and dates are' Athens,
men, but he urged them, "Da
kal unreel not soil our hands with where they offered thllr I Pope! Paul said that despite Georgia April II; New Ho-
i ) sweat and their blood To the lessened severity of the rule, New York April it to
In addition to baptizing, crimes that will remain InrenlMrles
; confirming and giving first la come as a slain their Intercession wt entrust Lenten observance, tome discipline 23, Excelsior: Springs Missouri
Holy Communion to 12 Congolese en Africa's hltlary. you and to the Intercession of remains necessary, June H; Pittsburgh
converts at the Mars, Mary. Mother of the Church, since a true Christian life June 110; Houston Tau
the Pope delivered a sermonon Me asked them to show Instead and of St. Paul the Incomparable "needs silence, meditation August 17 IB; Spokane WashIngtnn. -

i1 e0v 1 the injustice and brutality "that you are worthy of model of missionariesof Interior life conversion and August 23 25; and Pacific
which has taken the lives of reaching this Independence of' all times. May they watch continual reformation (prayer Grove, California August

more than 100 missioners and which you are rightly proud over and protect )'ou." ___ and_penance, ascetic_ ._U!'__ 30 September 1,
thousands of others in the able to carry Its weight and
Congo. its honor In respect for the

The Pope said ht spoke In sacred rights of the human
? the "volet of a ,father on person and the laws of life in .

hone lips are only words of society w1lnsv w p : .' '''
pardon and peace, the voiceof After appealing specifically '! ." ..
t t a friend **ho Is Inspired by to the Congo to end violence s'1' I'' ,
no personal Interest the Pope( spoke( to the whole I
African II
w hose only I concern is for the ronUn..nt"To
true good of each nation and all our sons of Africa ,.

1,f 111111aro ef the"whole great human who publicly whether have In their nobly heartsor rejected ,.. 'ow ....... '
and condemned the excesses I .
Pep Paul laid the Ihausands we. hate just deplored

1 JOI 'W'Ii gathered Is the basilica we want to address an appealto
built em the spot where M. reflect on the serious lesson _i
r..111 I hclkted to hate ben emerging from those tragic -
burled after his martyrdom events Blood calls forth
that ".t rime te yin ladsy blood. One disorder begets
abate all te epee holy sacrifice another There Is only on. 7 -i----
tdki l.r t...... she hate fallen path leading to peace and
Victim i le dunce In many prosperity' the path of respect
W places and especially I. the for natural law, for th. rights

: ( eafe la the courtt .f recentmaaiihs. of others and above all, for
.. the right of 1N"."
I D ,
"For, alas! vtelem-e broke T. the mltilonarlrs prevent
loose and blood 'followed. It al the Mill lit lope said,
March 17 marks feast of St. Patrick was the blood of so many

sons of Africa, mannered In Shrine of St. Brigid in Ireland

St. Patrick, .H0t* al-tnewn, and kit: led fraw marvaflewtlym da ...".'.d it Lanes; axe1 AuiT a struggle! between brothers, Pope Paul $00

,.... day is Mad l 17.\ it knows h.r;....,. And, nod importanffy .< .. TVa manaittry en tfa. often I In violation of Ue mott St', Ingid.: : .rieia tat.t day It .ai an| el vanaratln'' (far The tlslvra. I .'-.,. tiM ..
as tKa. Apatrla Ira'and.' Ka laarnad .. !live kit, larlns Inland elf' tie s.wwm baste la"s of humanity It intornationalrolo marled. en February I I. I It ,lnen pa"i" fee many eeslvrlec II. pt. ...-day sailed, and tk.

I e e. .k vt A.D.of anemias.Attar. teed *.. tt...n, and far many' was the Mood of men and for Ireland .. "..1.. M"l.f eke G..," and fete .kit ramaini. ..a.. placaaUngiid. less, Pissed) Tow.r .f( KiUarewnick I
Reman-B;$". parants Parries Sis; daparfura tram .Ireland conrurlat; laW, a baacen of women from other countriesas it eke.. daughter afIreland ; theta .f( St. Patrick ; data ,from eke etK an-

pent his Ours at a sla.e-iKap, n vtan le... .he nude<: hit laarninf iri a Evrapa evorryn ky .ell, Catholics and nun htlJlJS (NO) Irish: and. taday, aloe I MOyeer in Dews 'u'y when. it. Irlf't +:.*.
herd in page* Ireland. TKa. entKa ..y te &.J at Franca ems tKenknown. karbanans.' Pr.1.( ._ lury in CatMire, among them a food Prim. Minister .dean (*mass aka" ;it al dear at ever ta
hill.i; .. w it+.. kit; tKtaa' .Kalatrnad Ha M a ecetie far hit; "life al St. ftfrlcl"fivti; : number of (peaceful miteioa- said pope Pul1 hiss urgeda the' Iriik.
fka. .. ... apes wise .had cent .to the SKe .,. barn In leintter: dur.
tie pawar at *".?.' tie ,'...t..d. end te tine and paved 412.411 ytat larger role In International! !
tie. Mint: pee.t .t Let;... cefttmeitt of Africa .to bring affairs for Ireland and he ira St. '.trlcl'i "Metima.. P.. JOHN S. RHODES, JR.
the ge nd news of Christ and / ."/ atmarriege
H.vil1 b n cnw ratad suggested this could be done fnung" many feed "
BASHAW'S LiKap" in 4)2, farkl ..."", ..dt. with it a speed of trite. brotherhood beat through the United Na, eke "became a relirj'vtkalr. : FUNERAL DIRECTOR
tt>a lane .< hi.! forftar 'kane19 ad true |JW a<* two,, ) precaiied. by St, Met l ale
4f.l, The Pope particularly condemn later cenfen.4 ." Ker "b..1> I7JI ftuW.Telay CLEARWAUM 'h. 444-OII
GULFPORT MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME J. In a p.:;."! .ltMfty Lemais dearrlbed hi* visit.
.ka fccaxipttnod ** the fact the! suet only. pe.*,. WitH ne.ea. etKar. Hunt
l.OII..d M. I.", .. lIC..d. f,1 d..ct" f... ."t.yeah...... parallel is h.tII. ..,-,-a wtrt KeligMua pr *ru4.. fur with Pipe here from Paul tome(when he wherehe arrived Ke vent fur, ta tKe. "i
Member Holy N.mSMI 24 kewr aubsslesteanice canvafvan .f an ant, <,. r>"* there fait. but that .hMU.*4vert attended the consistory Th..., under a large oak tree, BRETT FUNERAL HOME
I 22 A.ere, Se"rH )4 71211f. t>... .. Ovi" ,.fa .rfy. And tf.<.* tilled wttkaxit trie! He which William Cardinal I ..K. erected lee .tsiay.i CHI-
*.t of the .. isle which Conway Armagh e.k."
aax canfir; if<| KaMi fee
to the CardinaleIsm.e
I... Uacninf; The pntwra ,ka.irKa obliges M .. recall solemnly Oilege of TKii; af.'.ry kecame a tan. \

aotranca to Larint Ua"a.. the great eo Mua..xrine. told newsmen .he. vent' under AkkeN Irigid: and &;; JwL
H. o..l T.r.,.._ lay, Tna plaque. raesisaee/a You shall not kill." ass .happy that tilt Tap "es daveleped !i"la a cent* et
r CXraerer rh faa'attM ..hdes, 'Let everyone retard the treated! appreciation af I the .learning. ; tultura td rela'awltyd :
1"J 144-4421 person oIke heutafe asMcred manner la which.. Irish Influence .... KUare (CM 0.. be. ,ale ....".. a.M.. at ,-.s...
wee. e. e.w'e .e..a i
and .......w.." the .has .beet) uied lkr*.gkeul ease a cashede..dy tnd, the e.eea ...dsow
reps pfeafec1. estMg the natural the acrid. particularly lathe AkkeM et !KUera ... fee ten
Osgood Funeral Home law and .mrMtioMltreaties. tailed >atUns.Tke .", itt tKa ivperiereH. aanere'' aftt
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Pope praises ,
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w I A I of improvingVATICAN


ceiving the credentials of the

new Japanese ambassador to

...' the Hoi)' See Seishiro Ogawa

Pope Paul M singled out for
i special praise the eikis\ of

the Japanese: government .n

education and the defense of
public morals

e rv Japanese Catholics love to
t ,. rontnbute generously to then

fields in which their faith demands
a ,,1? > they not remain inactive .

." he said. "And we know

also that your country's authorities .
I appreciate the activity -

of the Church in Japan

particularly in the fields of

d education and public assistance

"\Ve are therefore pleased

Cathedral parishioners honor their pastor to see the most happy

Among the members of the Ca. eluding parish civic and deanery Mary George. Father David 0 Shea, prospects velopment opening of even for the more de

thedral parish who were in leaders. In the foreground are, Monsignor John P, Burns, Father cordial relations between the

Orlando last Sunday to pay tribute from the left: Sister Mary Trinita Thomas J, Caulfield, Sister Patrick Holy See and your country"

to the St Augustine pastor on the principal of Cathedral Parish Therese and Sister Mary John. .
Pope Paul told the new ambassador
..iv occasion! of his investiture as! a domestic School; Sister Laura Patrice, principal be would send a

i I prelate were the above in. of St. Agnes School; Sister personal message to Emperor
--- Illrohtto through! his legate

For CardinalRIO Paolo Cardinal Marella, head

't Bishop reviews librarians'vital Dt: J.\\tIRO: (XCI) of the secretariate relations for BonChrittUn -.

Agnelo Cardinal Rossi of Sao

role in education Church renewal Paulo was tendered a ban. The Cardinal will Icavt

quet here by the Brazilian Rome March 6 to attend the

Invests papal chamberlain CINCINNATI (NC) A Bishop here has underscored said librarians must infuse government prior to his de centenary celebration at Nagasaki
for Rome to be madea commemorating the
the vital role librarians must play not only in edu "life and vitality Into the parture
honored by Pop Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley invests; member of the College\ !: of reawakening of Christianity
Monsignor newly Church's renewal. whole l
cation of children but also in the educative process, Cardinals, President Hum in Japan The event recallsthe

Paul VI formally received their purple one of the new papal chamberlains, Auxiliary Bishop Paul F. Leibold of Cincinnati calledon not only by aiding and im berto Castelo Branco was opening of Japan to the

vestments on Sunday of last week in Monsignor James J. Heshn. librarians to help develop good taste in young people) proving the instructional staff among the leaders taking partin West and the discovery in

St. James Church at Orlando. Here, and encourage them in an awareness of the Church's "but more importantly by the affair/ which was heldin Nagasaki of small groups of

current history your catalytic influence on the palace of the foreign Catholics who had preservedtheir

Afrikaans Bible "These young people are al" treatment of news of the the student body" ministry faith for centuries With.

Church missions impeded in PRETORIA (XC-An Afrikaans called to be a vital factor in Churih in the public press out clergy
Ambassador Ogawa<< was
translations of the Bibleis making and experiencing that Bishop Leibold urged the 1 I fO'"t'LI' Till LIST ...,... 1907
born in Hiroshima in
rebels hostilityLEOPOLDILLE expected to be publishedhere history," the Bishop said in librarians"discernment to In help reading develop I Legion of decency::?::; t III*oblaeUanaola th atra. rllmamorally ara entered the diplomatic servIce ,
Congo by his at a Mass in St. I
in August by the ecumenical sermon pubtlihxt III. ,... third .taiua at in 1932 and has served in
affairs departmentof Peter in Chains cathedral at about the Church and its ac rates new movies ."* '
Ih itlea." mod an* II, II'" posts in France Hungary,
(NC) Rebels have impeded the the South Africa Catholic the annual Catholic press day Turkey and Vietnam.

work of the Church in 14 of the Congo' 44 sees and Bishops' Conference. Afrikaans observance sponsored by the Too many persons are familiar Morally vnebiecrioncbU for general' patronage

severely disrupted it in three others, it was reported hereby the language of white Greater Cincinnati unit of with opinions propounded ........ NlfU Ouni ef AufuMAtr lUld.ra Tha
the Catholic Library Association .iron H.",'.. Raadr for (h. Paapla, Press meeting
South Africans Dutch de .
the Catholic D 'W Iagl'ncy by "poor theologiansbut Hoy T.. ,..t T.n Indlaa Faint Nlda Tha Wild. Surf
In a few places, it said such cent is one of the two official clever writers" while C.p,.... Th.l Caaavl lavailo Q iartt 'OY" ...... dt
as the Stanleyville and Bunia languages of the Republic "In a world sick with they "know nothing about the rircui World Law *f tha ,...1... Pr IAe STLTTGIRT. Germ a nyNC
('h.,."". AUlu",. ,, .
The 17 affected according Ural I Tile DUrfliktora. Th.Ii.
sees "
dioceses Congolese Priests of South Africa violence and (: )-The seventh world congress
crime sex, real decrees of the Second .., Brtfltta MrUntorkMaK olhilii' M.ld.., Tha
to DIA, have a pop. have remained under the protection the Bishop said, "it Is our Vatican Council, declarationsof Dtmka. ".UI'.'. T.U...... ........ Horna of the Catholic press, to
ulation of four million including of government armed asks role as Catholic librarians, the and Dlurdwlr Ordtrljr" Mara of tha T..n... MUOoaalra be held in New York next
Pope artists Holy Fathers presentations WIMontnaMary Thlf. of Baihdad
420,000 Catholics. forces Their would ThaDra.m will seek to stimulate
position writers, and all entrusted of their local Ordinary eats, Taa PBln' ThonaalnaTh'ioa May
la these areas, DIA said, become dangerous, accordingto /to serve liturgy with the important office of ," he asserted Dub Wor Jaana. Mairtar: SprMadliarraaM Cmllaaaya cooperation between Catholic
"the apostolate is made impossible DIA if the troops were to being 'mirrors of truth' to Tha HolMar' Tnitk Tr.ilnntune About a..rlrtTwa and other Christian Journalists
by Impedimentsraised leave ROME: : (NC) Speaking toa ever more vigorously and How many have neverread : Tht DIM ScrumIM MOM Blf ,...d. Dauthtara according to the editorof

by rebels to any formof DIA declared: group of 200 art students with greater zeal and application nor studied 'Mater et RIM at Hilda. .f CamadrMurdtr I'n.'rthlr IHraniara the Vatican City daily
and teachers Paul VI Magi&tra: ,' Tacem in Terris, Emil mil Ih. Moat Paul. Valtey af tka Dr .
ministry. These territories, "At first sight it might be Pope to our office provide the r.'........ Mr ralr. lady V.,... to tha mat L'Osservatore Romano.
now virtually without mis said that the rebellion has has urged them to give their medicine of goodness kind or 'F.cclesiam Suam or the Fall .f tlia II...... Mr So*, tha Har .f tka Unit ana Raimondo Manzini!, who hi
talents to the servile of theChurch' conciliar decrees on communications Myaiarloua 1.//...
sionaries, had Church personnel succeeded in the ness and sam.tlty-truth. jus frnplra War FartWh.a / also president of the International
destroying the the r II L Coda II Slim r Pasts I. tka Cta1P.t.
a few months ago of Church in a part of the liturgy. tire, and charity to this liturgy !. more than 2000, Including 70 Congo. But evidence shows "Place your art, your work scene" Church, ecumenism, and the Pat Mr OooFlntM .. Only' On. Saw TorkOna Wed an. t". spoke at a recent two-day
Priests 750 the oblation of intelligence Eastern: rites-yet they can Houra, Ttia Man" WarOutlaw Wond.rfulWnrM
Congolese missionaries your meeting of Journalists here
with that Catholics "A most .
certainty Important aspectof riuffrrir la Ca lM et Abbott
70 Brothers and of labors tell you all the latest opinions
Congolese your Tfea summoned to for the
continue to pray In the evenings this apostolate, he continued Mm I. the MOM and Cwtollax ThaWorld plan
355 Congolese Sisters and within the great cycle of the on birth control the inside Four r>.n P.,.". Tha without<< ... New York The
500 Re. and on Sundays, gath of the Church the "is the development dope on an alleged battle between .. NavtmbarfloMaa Pl4 Pips of Hamalla Tank. la Viol I..,..... A congress.
missionary women Bring around their catechists prayer of good taste in the young a "...... Ttia .1..... *T Trtu' |. T*. Mara ta R.. F..' world Catholic press congress
ligious. and teachers In sacred liturgy, he recentlytold work of the liberals and conservatives aollaia<< ...4b.. h.... HHIa Tavnc ..II the the first in North America
"With a few exceptions all many placesthe artists from Blessed An special librarian proposed changed in a4. ot 5..,.... Qu... .( ha Plratt II..... Tha
will be held in conjunctionwith
people are caring for mission so that not only will the salacimis
had to leave. About 80 gelico School of Christian mixed marriages/: and elimination .
are buildings which are still be insipid but only Morally unobjectionable for adult' and .dol tconH the 96th annual convention

still there but are kept as intact. Art the truly good will be satis.tyingindeed of authority' In the Art Ona Oaltath ..4 ,". 5uWn of the Catholic/ Press Association
hostage" "I'.ntfr Into tilt spirit and hunger Church! Bishop Lelbold I I An* HuddMlr' It. l".." .' Vim"a prdnM.w.Murd.S of the United States
"Among the first diocesesto creating a said I Ita,.. Sue

All school hospital and social be liberated there are some the alms of the solemn constitution for more and better real At discussion following Any N.....,., Cu a ".,. flood Ooed l.Miw Xaiihbar. ..Ran..01.. 5i"'r "" a WIt and Canada, May 1721
of the council a panel
concerning An.r.eo ( "Truthin
Having as its theme
work has stopped, Dl\ in which activities have been literature ,
Arhrodn. Oarv*, Tha a.Nrs I..."..
Father Eugene "
the Mass
said and the remaining missionaries resumed The Lisala and art, Pope Paul said Deploring I "lItn.lll1on-l flaky th. RaUMun 0.... af ParkHMaHarbw Iarrot it ...... the Pursuit of Liberty the
have mostly been Tschumbe dioceses "There you will find a place<< II. Maly Scripture authority Fall Suite ...... congress will explore ways of
are encouraging
which and columnist for the Maadlta of 0......... HMa old Sol liatrit, Poop 11._ bringing Catholic
to the fullest
forced to live In the Jungle examples engages! you To carry holy oils Catholic archdiocesan i ....... a Palo H.... Korror *f H ill Th. Hand Mo X. Flowara Journalism
and which exalts your Telegraph, : Blood .. tha Arrow HoMo........". ",. erne act. 1 w*c into full accord Ith the spirit
regal service to a position at nom( : (11: (') Pope Paul newspaper said Multot for a B....... 14 Re,<<.... h* Mirk III a..4. of the Second Vatican Council.!
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the side of the Priest and for VI has granted permissionfor .... f VMac
"Uur Job as 'rat ai,tic rhunhlniiita' La''''''. ladrbOI *
SARASOTABRADENTON5ar the benefit of the hole People all Priests of the homedllx'ese librarians' I Is lo make C'litho- raw ... I. TI'. Lar..M. aadOnlaavara lltAla Hr*
raid 'In ibo World Mtaf Tram' !.. ST. AUGUSTINE
c-f God to carry holy oils either lies aware of their role and r>ark P........ Mat Mao a* ,..rt_ toils $.,..
The same day Pope Paul received on their persons In their their responsibility in the Devil lisp! Pit...., Ufa to l,*.."r *itar. Tka
government officials residences or in their autoinobiles (hurch" PiaDutmt .... ..,... 0.....w.. 11..1." Ar,....
TaW for ToMulow
Tntmrat '''
from Sardmla, led by !President 5 c"'". Mar wed Daatar That<< ...* from ale
m 1it UyDttr) Efwo Corrias Recallinghis The Pope| granted the re. The "revolution'1 going on Dr T....... H...... Mr Nam I. !'.. M Hour* .
.f ...,. Tboad. ..1.., ,Jr
In the Church focusing attention Hnmra "' ." r
visits is
own In 1929and In to the
quest answer petition Pro: ,. tha Cna...... SUM: Train t. Part Traa*. ThaM
SARASOTA'S ORIGINAL RAW IAI 1912, the Pope said: "1 of luigi Cardinal Trag on'"the people of God"and Koiaro kf Mi.hiKvll .ht Walhar Twaatr Pies Tw. I
remember the on the fact that "we all a,. H Mr Dartlvf Vatr af tic
rugged beautyof Iia, pro-v Ira r general I of
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"Y OII'U lor our Sodfood" most ancient civilization Archbishop Enrico Dante sons of God, flowing from the ....11)0 IX.ryFiaaora. Dark Haa, Tha *.. ten Hell
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INEXPENSIVE those nature of Christian com I
mysterious monuments prefect of the congregation of our FraattaFur _... War la Mall
Saving from I H I A. M. "Phone 924.212'CLEARWATER of living stone the Muraghi riles, said no decree has been mitment." he said This new of Smtif/lor aAa PahM of Oidar 11 akMI *M bar THOMPSONBAILEY

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which can be found not Bishops may apply to the congregation responsible people and librarians 014' for. tha l-._" RoovfiMM ".*, (",rhaatl' Nan

only In most beautiful monuments for a similar facul haI vital role in Mortly wobjectio.abie' for .J..NAmartr SI, Augmin. VA4-UJ I II
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Travel from Daytona Beach to congratulate Monsignor Nugent

These Sinters of Mercy came to Orlando papal chamberlain last Sunday. From the M. Winifred Sister M, Annette, Sister M.

from Our Lady of Lourdes parish Daytona left are Sister M. Teresa, Sister M. John Pius Siater M. Dolores. Monsignor Nugent

, Beach, to extend congratulations to Mon. Bosco Sister M. Vincent Siater M. Alacoque, Is pastor of Our Lady of Lourdea.

sIgnor Irvine Nugent at hit Investiture aaI Monsignor Nugent, Mother M Clare, Sister

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Father Lopez YOUTH Teachers on west coast prepare Domestic prelate invested

High Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley Invented lalna are Father Thomas F. Kelly center .

DAMON BKACI1Ve: -,-.... ..".- for professional demonstrations << each domestic prelate with the and Father Michael Hanrshan.

"would like to extend congratulations rohea to our fine basketball Bishop Moore (/..ll 1....4 ,.... .... ..., M Z S II. St Patrick Tampa Mrs. Mary Cl>nn, St. Raphael Monmpnor<< H roU' F. Jordan Is invested mantellctta the sleeveless ahort ri"> I

team for bringing home Majdala, Our Lady of Perpetual grade S, Sister M. Jerome St. Petersburg. awiisted by Father Jamie V. Rloek pie garment worn over the white
the St. John's Riser Conference High School Help. Tampa.Opportunities 0 S U.. St Martha, Sarasota, Stimulating Interest In her master of ceremonies. The chap- rochet.
I Championship i a y i for developlog grade 6; Sinter Evelyn Mau arithmetic, grades 1 to 4, Sistor -
angel llogan school re OIILVMX- Coach Gerald creative abilities and appreciations reen S.N.J.M.. St Joseph.Bradenton. Robert Andrew SNJM. -.- --- .- -
.., porter. Row lands American history grades 7 to (, grade 7; and Sistrr St. ('('('eha. Clearwater; Sinter '
Tuesday February 23 the classes took part in the annual Sister M Earlme S S.N D. Hilda Rose SNJM. Sacred Karen Michael SNJM. Warns that communism is Daytona BeachPRINTING
student body of Father Lopei history project display Christ the King Tampa; and Heart Academy Tampa, St Cecelia, Clearwater; Sis
.J High School was privileged/ to last week at Bishop Moore Sister Louis Pierre 0 S F'., grade 8. tar Martina Marie S S.N D..
hear two guest speakers. They High School All history students Incarnation, Sarasota St John, St Petersburg increasing danger in ItalyVATICAN
were Charles Kane and Ed. primarily Juniors The Importance of practical March 18 Beach; and Mr. Teresa
'ward Kahns, both from the showed their ingenuity and applications in mathematics, Paige St. Paul, St. Peters. CIFV (-L'Oiwervatore) Romano, Vat- Lifts Press and Offw

.'I, General Electric Company originality' by entering projects grades 7 to 8, Mrs Mary On March 111, at St Jude burg lean City daily, has published a atlnging editorial on the Ceuchmon" Printing; c..
about vocational Most Redeemer School In St and 4 at....... OWMC1242I4
They spoke of all extremes The ten Ruddy Holy Petersburg learning using com Italian political situation and has deplored what it called
possibilities, in the field of en. top projects were named' by Tampa; and Sitter M 1m- these topics will\ be demonstrated munlcation arts grades S to the inroad) Italian I DIMajnoK*
gineering. Coach Rowland They were maculata S S,N D. Our Ladyof : 6. Mrs Beverly McCall St communism for these various situationson
Edward: Kfk: of the Dar Pearl Harbor by Charles Me- Perpetual help Tampa Readiness for pre schoolchildren Jude, St. Petersburg; and I la mailing, In some the leadership of the Cutholieorlented -
tuna Beach Junior College Elroy The Alamo by John leading discussions will be kindergarten! Mrs Mrs !Mary Stack Holy Fam" Catholic Ire... Christian Bern INCOME TAX
was alt pmrnt. Mr. Kck: Lang. Pacific Theatre during Miss Il)hland. kindergarten Vvimfred' Schneider St. Jude U)', St Petersburg The editorial" described m ratio party Stating that the
stressed the aced' for more Worldar II by Robert Bur- : Sister M Christina St Petersburg Problem solving and techniques by the Vatican prrn office ai party own its parliamentaryand ; SERVICEHowardTumor
qualified engineers. Ran Plantation Life by Peter O S. B. Epiphany: &'houl. Providing for Individual in the study of mathe. authoritative The Vatican, |Militiral strength.: to the
Continuing in vocational Aliberti. A Mining Ghost Venire grade 1. Mrs Nadine, ffrrrnccs In reading grades mattes, grades i to 6, Mm City dally declared "The unity among the Catholic rlectorate I Associates! '
vein, many Lopez students Tow n by William I legert The handle Christ the King Tampa 1 to 4. Miss' .Kliiabrth Sabathe. Mary Louise Faith, St. Paul,, hour Is grave confusionof the editorial said that 944 Mason A.fI. ZSS-4JS
took the opportunity to attend Evolution of the Auto by Bob grade 2.: Mrs Sandra St Hal>bael. St Petersburg St. Petersburg, and Sister Ideas and consequent) con unity "was and Is determinedby !
the career night sponsored by Memoll Territorial Expansion Wekherding' St Ijwrence. Sister Edward Therete OP. Ito Celine () /P., St. Jude, union of attitudes can makeIt the nerd of guarding/ and '1I'tuf'e' ; IU
Our Lady of Lourdes Cath by Michael Becker United Tampa grade 3. Mrs Gloria St Jude St Petersburg.; Mrs. St Petersburg ever more dangerous from protecting religious freedom Cars
olic Youth Organization on States Coins by William Sranlon, St Patrick Tampa Ad.lalde'an Parys Holy Opportunities for developIng both a religious and political threatened by totalitarian entanglement
Sunday. February %1. Brief Keegan. DDay by John Englehardt. grade 4, Sister M. Trresm Family, St Petersburg; and creative abilities and appreciations aiprrt Thus It Is also the of communism LLOYD COX

talks were gum concerning and Okinawa by grades: 7 to 8, hour of responsibility and of atheism Office Supplied
various fields. & of endeavor James Murphy. events Kenneth Bohman !It. Joseph clarity by which disloyalty ""Th unity of the elm torate
Lear, by Fred' D. Karl, attorney Bill Dunn reports that the JIM.L M Petersburg; and John must he called by Its right In thei past years has not a 2147).
WJi Street
; medicine by John D. Hornets' tennis team got off ra""1. ...1..... .,-.1 ......... ... ....<. Carney, Holy Name Culfport. name," been matched by the unity of III r Hb
Gallagher M D ; nursing by on the right foot by whipping eI wen ,.... '.,...." m/.... 0.450 .I ....>" .Mll*|< The Importance of practical those who have been electedas .
Miss M. McKeima social .IU s. _'tI" applications In mathe- The March I editorial, ,
; Borne and Evans: This >ear's It his been revealed by recent
work by Mrs Helen MrGarrity squatd thaws great potentiality Forty uses Devotion Haiaar. May 2. Blessed matte, grades 7 lo I. Slater whkk appeared en the front mortifying events ."
: boo nr.i and secretarial and should far well bi March 14. 13 IS pm to Trinity parish, Ja ksonvlBe. Catherine Augustine 0 P., St. page, was occasioned by a The editorial declared production ,\1 nr /,
by Mrs. Charles Carr; trades, the Metro Conference Meanwhile March 16. 7 30 pm. St Paul fried chicken! dinner, 12 lo I Jude. St. Petersburg; and series.f political tvents. In Horn of "Th Itep-

, by Man Catto.; and engineering the Hornet swimmers Church ()Ia).. IVeach.Muwm pm. Mrs Ma! Murray, it Jude, M o a n w h I 11 I I. In Florence, uty" was clearly a challenge

and science, by 11 D. racked! up a _"lICked victory for men starting, Drew cwiventinn May S i.Ilamada St t Petersburg.lharussluns will. be led by former Mayor Giorgio LaPin to the Church.L'1Nwrvator.. TERMITES

Mtllni. gamut the Evans' swimmersby March 14. St. Joseph Church Inn, Cocoa Beach has gone Into retirementat lamented, ,
In would like Mrs Sthnelder. kindergarten SWARMING?
closing, we scores of 718 and MIT. Bradeato ; a monastery and refused
to announce that heading our 1of C date nventten. Siater Christa Marl. S S N D, eilslrnc .f a "dialogue" 'In
Of the 22 events in the ""meet
the Southwest to serve again as mayor "
athletic department next fall the Hornets copped' :30: flntpll"fI. Spray meet g of May IS 18, \'.,. *. M.(.I..I.lIa l St John, St. Petersburg of to his Italy today whkk Is \lr) W
Coat I>ea.*fy of UM opposition dlflrrrnl. from on* fcoprd for
"will be Bud Ash.r.Daytona )bus Uucl1.IIrtr..t Itearh grad 1:, Sister Andrea I
IXXH' March' 17, Uratfeaton for women, June I) S F St Paul, St Petersburg project to promote "dialogue'with by Top Psol'sl'I
communists and to admit
Plans for the round breakIng Country Club Ilt
15 to II. Academy of HolyNames grad 2; Mrs It railed this dialogue avery
of the Hornets newly approved do of communists to the city's
Beach Spring ****? meetiaf
St. *
James Downey St. John HM Mko < IMMM
one at on*
singular i
field boume are being Southwest Coast De Mry of government.
mad this week, Th. studentslook IMirattoii. .1 It. ring Petersburg Beach, grad 1; end the communists affirm
the Nam .
Holy Satiety Mrs Esteem: Hull, St. Joseph Another poUllnlKI| \ potato
forward to UM visit. of (Cross September I. Minion that never nor for any reason
March 21 1. Kftpfcaay Otwch M Petersburg, grade< 4 Sister Is the fate of anI''' school bid' Machined
TV rtrnniir T".11I Archbishop Joseph P Hurley \'enlceSpring. ., !ombre 4* l Dlos, /M. Aagui. ; that could channel to ran thy give up their prlnIpl'S Sewing
I/iretta 0 S F. money
e... .....- ....- scheduled for friday. meeting of the St tloe.DMkatwm' St. Paul SI. Petersburg,, schools operated by religious or weaken them. At Vacuum Cleaners
the' other end then are thos
Ir JlrtT&LIJrO Iii Augustine Deanery of the of Cathedral cfSt grade S; Mrs Stella Davis, but which hat met with such Service! end J Parts
who that
DotT&LL&D in PCCW. March' M, 5t Past l Augustine', December IKuchariaUc Hewed Sacrament largo, great opposition| from tlir |II'" :'alholirs' answer OK Al Miles
and thaton
will wait arc
'I" r-. UN.... parish auditorium. Jackson : Congress, St. grade 8; Michael Vlgiie, wing parties as to block It so ne. must not lose courage FREE rick up and OoR*ry
Vlil*- A"g Spring deanery mertJug ofWest Dedication of Votlv grad 7; and Suter M Marguerlt moreover, are badly spit thIS Is that ronseijuenr rnmmunUt, C & C SCw-Vac

W.!com. TraveltnFinvSr Coast Deanery of the Owrch Mission of N.wU* cia S 5 NO SI John within th* party lUtlf.IOssrvator'l. dialogue with In.lm.Uc 714 N. l'dq.w"dJust '

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Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday March 1%. 1965 'J' "J"
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The World Council and Rome ., '. ,.. ,

Bv Fr Henn J. MinmAt tians To this end in ecumenical ture was by its nature inimical
discussion perfect f freedom to the ecumenical spirit,
"'H-R: the secondoild. must be allowed in exposition moreover, the ecumenical $ r t
War, when normal if lationshiH of the truth as each movement should progress
| could \begin it was allegiance! sees It. along without and In spite of
decided tn hold the first flssembh That any Christian body is the consideration of the Catholic -
of( the World Councilof compelled by its tenets to position
the Churches at Amstor deny to other Christian bodies Tht"rerJ'e many, too, who
dam in ItW The general the title of Church, in a true were and are still averse to i
theme chosen for discussion! and proper sense is not to a slow and patient probing of
was Mans: Disorder and be held as an obstacle to its theological and psychologIcal
Gods Design" membership, as the presence dfficulties They wish to
Delegates: of 151 churches at it of delegates from varIOUS hurrv on with practical
(coming from 42 countries and Eastern Orthodox schemes for reunion The par
representing some 300( million Chinches shows ties concerned in these agreeto
Christians. were present Of It is not yet ceitam however differ on points of faith and
the Eastern Orthodox how far these positions older whilst accepting a common i
Churche the Russians under of the World Council of organization;: in the hope
the Patriarch of Moscow! Churches have determined the that a deeper unity will grow t
were not present, and some general; direction of ecumenical from these beginnings.
Protestant bodies. were also thought: as a whole, There It is no doubt these conflicting -
unrepieseited The Catholic were and presumably Mill are positions that have caused .y
Church in accordance with conflicting: trends within the the authorities of the Catholic .
its then consistent practice, movement Some held that Church hitherto to treat the
took no put in the assembly the Catholic' Church by its position ecumenical movement with i
Thi contmaed official and ecclesiastical strut- such reserve and caution,
aloofness did not however
mea:! that the \atican was ufhrt1J
not interested in. till iess ,
that it was hostile to, things

ecumenical On the Sunday before the ( Monsignor Scully honored by group of friends
Assembly was due to meet.

the Dutch I hJps'llh the Family, friends, parishioners, and students ate Shown following the ceremony in Or. any Zelatrices of the Sacred Heart who staff
undoubted approval of theHoly
See, issued a pastoral of the Tampa area joined in congratulating lando's St. James Church, are Monsignor St, Patrick School; children from the parish

letter to be read in all Monsignor John F Scully, pastor of Scully father, Michael J. Scully, directly schdl: parishioners of St Patricks; and

churches, In which the position St Patrick', Tampa, on hm investiture day behind the Priest and to the left his aunts ftudcnU! of Tampa Catholic High School

: of the Catholic Church in L. when he received the title of domestic prel- Mis Mary Joyce, There also were Mission .......,,
regard to Christian unity was
In the school
expounded Sf. Joseph St. Paul Gives to school Cardinal Mooney cafeteria was displayed, office and ambula

Emphasis: In the I letter was MoiUtlLTONrkansai tones, to remind the student
laid en the common respond this )'ear at Barry. The track Academy High School (:\l'-) Winthrop Rockefeller, body that books are Eyes on
Bishop Barry team recently scored a victory High SchoolS "
bllity of Catholics and non. who maintains the World; Poster and display '
ST J\l'f.rSTI\t-Saturday: an experimental -
Catholics alike for the din over Seminole High ST. l'tnItlnrRj: : ; Can- committees found much
School School night, February 28, the StJoseph dairy farm atop nearby S \ .\ Rf'C'rntly the
unity of Christendom; moreover High Academy Mashes ended dice Denk, daughter of Mr Petit Jean :Mountain, has donated : ('rl'8lltnlplrallon in this
students of Cardinal
the ecumenical The baseball team Is also Money
movement ,
and Mrs Adam J Dcnk 1210
I'ITERSItl'IG{ On $25000()() to the Catholic
ST : : the l164ti5! basketball season School
was referred to as a doing( \\I'll11th a record of Pith Avenue North! St Pe, High: were spectatorsat
:March: 4, a mathematics ton The Flashes played in high school here Father Anthony buys
positive contribution to Its one loss and two wins so far and senior at St. a basketball game betweenthe Fifth remedy, h'stlas held at Bishop In tennis, Barry has won two the class "C," group 8 tournament tcrshurg Pauls (, School a has been tachowsky C S,Sp", Cardinal Mooney girls presented 'live book
Hairy High Shoorrl\ ()rts and lost three matches Following the last High pastor of Sacred Heart par and the Berkeley Prep girls, reports complete with costumes
awarded Liberal Arts
Since its establishment, the :Michael trey Sponsored by student game, the Flashes were a ikh, said the contribution the latter took the victory bya Bulletin boards In. various
World Council of Churches the Mathematics Association College awarded the runners-up Scholarship for the year 1K! >5 enable Sacred Heart High score of 16-12 reports classroom reminded

his been at pains to emphasize of America and the Societyof (nIUI\, .\labama- trophy. Accepting the award 1)06!) by Mundelcm College, School to complete a new Sharon Bruneau Before th.prJ.rlry.loonI'Y students lo read for fun and
that the divergences of Actuaries, it took the formof Thomas J. McGrilf: son ofAlr. was Larry McGowan, captain Chicago Candice is one of 75 wing with a library and science : game the knowledge.
faith and cider which tepa an BO minute written test : and Mrs. Carl J. The team finished the season winners of scholarships out room.Tampa. freshman and sophomore phy-
rate Christians are vital, and concerning various phases of McGnff: of 4710 14th Street with a record of 12 wins of 154 candidates, reports steal education classes of Highlight of the week activities .
that no lasting unity can be math. West Bradrnton, has been and 8 losses. This record is Susan Bashaw. Catholic Cardinal Mooney battled to (for each group came
attained bv minimizing them chosen named to the )Dean 11st for one of( the Academy best Candice also has won a a 2217 victory for the sopho- at they visited the Sarasota
glossing them over or treating Contestants were the first semester of the academic and Coach Fd: Broad and the state scholarship loan for motes Public Library Mrs Betty
them as if they did not from the senior, junior and school year' by Father team are to be congratulated teaching sponsored by the department High School The second semester en Service, head librarian, conducted
classes for sophomore high: Jerome Diffley. dean of With the cage season completed of education in \ rkhment courses, which began I guided tour of the
studies at St. Bernard College the athletic Florida 6001)0) volume library
be department
It advocated contacts rnunes The results of the member of our gradual on :Monday, hold many
teen Christians of every allegiance content will\ be sent to Bishop Cullman, Alabama I of St Joseph Academy Candice received a letter of class has been awarded the opportunities for the students Children learned the use
for discussion, in Barry within the next few Thomas is a number of the prepares for the opening of commendation fur her score Deans scholarship in historyand Among the courses offered and value of reference nonfiction -
order that nothing may be weeks, senior class and is majoring the track and baseball ica on the National Merit' Scholar political Kience from are personal typing, and fiction works,
left undone which could contribute in Fnglish He Is a graduateof sons ship exam She Is a member Loyola Iniversity in New glee club, library, annual They also were amazed at the
to the removal of the Spring spoils are headingfor Bishop Barry high School, Margo Cox, a senior, is of the National Honor Society, Orleans It Is a four year full staff, science lab, newspaperstaff collection of records and pictures
olrtade which' divide Chris. a very successful season! St Petersburg school reporter :Mathrile, !Science Club, :National tuition scholarship and discussion club. It on file for their uie
Forensic League and Only three months remain is hoped that students will Alter the tour, students were
other erjanizatloiM. gain much from their selected free to explore. browse, or
s courses enjoy a story read aloud in
Mary Rusin daughter: of The school newspaper The the children corner
Mr and Mrs :Michael Rusin, ; (irdmal will be! distributedto The week functions were

i 1725-lTth Avenue North, St. Fu the students sometime this planned to stimulate a con
Petersburg, and a senior at )I "ftk. tmuing interest in "Books -
St Paul High School also Gallagher tt Eyes on the World."
has won a Florida State Last Wednesday evening<<
? teaching scholarship A three new members were Inducted -
w v e
On March 10. St Pauls Into the National lions Essay contest

will hold open<< house for the Smlrly Nine members of
general public from 7 30 to 9 the swphomure ekes were Invited NEw: : ORLF: .\ \ llIlIihIt
P m. The public is cordially to prepare for the Junior lo be probationary hool sophomores juniors
invited to attend, senior dance and the Tampa. members of the club and seniors are invited to
Catholic junior class Is taking submit entries In the 10th annual .
On March 9. the took
juniors fund On Thursda March; 4. the
a raising essay contest sponsored
the !'OahonalIfrll! Scholarship
National Mathematics
project a talent show was exam
bv the Loyola Iniversity
examination. which is a inition was taken bv 50 Car
held on March 2. Joan :Niewinnki chapter of Tri Beta national
scholarship exam
dmal Mooney students
Hhool reporter, has honorary biological societyPafri
The school yearbook, "The "
said The Prince, Cardinal I IMoonry'
not exceeding ).O
Paulette, went to press this s yearbook, hat been
St. Paul's science fair Jacksonville week This years book ,will, .\ total of seven act were completed ad! it on its way words may be submitted on
be ready for distribution performed which I included to the printer, any of the following topics:
W of the Scene Fairhold Paul School in Jacktonv are Theresa S.S,J., principal,, Mrs Michel Barry, n cot no tffecH, early in :May singing<< dancing and comedy The C ardual Mooswy chapter to"The pi asm Bacterialirus ic Inheritance, Py-.**
I The high school studentsand
ill late February at Sr. pictured with S lUr Marie Piety Motrmgi, right, Itachor, honorable mention, the student from the Barbara Poluno displayed of the Para Mo4ocal Club Structure and Function of
his selected
and tdr. small observers wire Sports contest eighth grade of !St Paul! her talent on the aecordian the club delegate at the to slate represent the Cell Membrane." and
from left Susan Gail Styers Abe Palevedaand Structure! and Function of
are, grammar school) held a science convention. to he held
\IFN\\ (NC-Pupils) of in "
SCHOOLSROSARIAN Barbara Paleveda exhibited UV ChlorotHastIV
fair on February M The
Kathy Depaiqual..nd Stanley2ur schools Orala .next .ua.
Catholic In
alie:, Wnnan who rose to several exhibits were the original dancing modern )aia. 14111II for entries is .*prO
countries will compete here work and Sherri Howe tang modern 10 Plaques will be presentedto
the top of the fa r i 130 projectntri investigation of the
were, m back. from (oft, this fall In a sports contest students songs and Beverly foil IlIe, St. Martha winners at their respective
ACADEMY which will include swimming,
Stephen Krttal rock collection, Linda Bush amt Tania Silva commencement exercises,
*..*...nt bud tar wheel l for IM* .. kort. .f ....''I,.' third Sftvon the baseball and fencing, The judging was bv Dr. entertained with folk munc Grade SchoolS
Browning, .
Take MMlh., grade a. I. tnolte Fully acciHHml, > .w human; heart, honorable men- The annual event scheduledfor Joseph Kurni .( !St Petersburg As a grand finale 'I'M Bananas .u" UH'U..H 'H"U\1
balldluc AW .pnl', rude. art, tnmtXn Plrw4 by ton, September 8 to II has and the following tin Three" a bd cram S\ \- Students of St
.....1'. of It Dominic. For ...,.lnC addrMM: Kl
KOMRIAXAlADKMt., W MT r.UN BKKH Roman, dtttcted :frog, first; spoils federation of for their outstanding exhibits piano played the all popular junior high school group,
Catholic schools, Hosts to the teen mUll Tons 1.1'10l1 ke ntaened! catholic Book Week
Chris Dorr, embryo of ch ck, Botany division honorable ,
VISItors will b the .
second; and foreground ...'.d. Austrian mention, Barbara Shimkus Royal and 8111 Brown om- February 2127
Academy Of The Holy Names Catholi parent aiv* atum and Joseph Grauo; third greased thu group Art work h\' eighth graders sw uu, ..UHUH n HH.'

Re ?oot! and Jay school for f i\t\ Grads ooo fo fwolvo FulytcorodiHo lace Andrea Farm; second HI e

), fr9rtm" induJ/ olloO prtp.roory cad ,.".,., ace. Patricia Ponath; first
'OIWtM, imiKC, art and iporh Conducted by Sn+.,* of tM Holy OUR LADY OF TEE: RILLS ':ace. John NeiUy and Robrt -

N.". ... Jilt layohoro loulovaro1, Tampa, Flonda. Francis, ffl i ISIS
Zoology division honorable

CAMPBrNDERSOMVXLlE tendon Susan Batty and
Margaret Damicone; third
:ace, Judy Jackson; second

H. c. Blocker and Margaret .
Oamicone first place, .like! yt'
; C'ROSS Butt andIarl'ia: Andriakos
A Catholic ca-p lot "' 1"I1IIICI." ohs !Medicine and health cis"..

M NEW ORLUNS, LA. 7 lo 1*. 200 ocros, 37 bsxlkOags tm tkoj ion honorable mention
Blao Hldgo MoustaLais. Largo<< Hodont Mary "ry. third place, Kathnn -

A Lc. Iin4 Preparatory School for Boys, pool ....laIa lak., with all campimyactlviUoi Ward second place, Linda

conducted by the Holy Grot Brother gnldod by traiBod coiutsolon. :Norris\'Gunl.first place, Charlotte 1

Grade 7-12, both Bearding mJ Day. Ideal occossBBsodatiosu for ridtbag.n. par* ] Physics and chemistry division

Cbaracter Training sod ... Camp provides pkk-ap Borvico Nor honorable mention Robert .
ChristiMi Doctrine horn oarost rail air, bas tormlaaL Doggart third place Vn

t. College Preparatory Courses A camp for youngsters 10 po............ :\IrQI1i1III1;: second place Mtt-
am Elliott and Matinee :Me.
Supervised Study Periods ualJy, hoalthtvlly. For Uloratwo, vrrlto: Ooff test place, Ra'phRusm !
Training! in the Fine Art fl.r

> Complete Athletic Facilitico Wlssl. MO!...M: Mathematics, earth and) a
space sciences division: hen. Book week stressed in SarasotaSt
For I.tInf.writn OUR LADY OF THE HILLS CJIMP orable mention, Ronald Kent.

Dtr. d AtfnlulMt l HOLT CROSS SCHOOL e;. SI lo. Owe Kathleen Kelly Linda Sally;
Martha School studerU ft Sara- 27 from the left KJH Hesnhnaeh
3JJ Si riai.4oJ ....... third place. Kathleen Ford; .
tiS Le,701t7 nd John IOta received rem-ders ( the im- R,,bert Pi! M.%) and r.hnatn. liana,
for "SO D..pki.. St.'New Orl. WINSTON-$ALLM, M C. sec place Crawfordand
Martin Reinth..ler. first portsnre of bocks .lld reading du;ui{ I landing u Bruct Fly,

place, Cuidiit: Dent Cithoiie book week, February 21 t)



Father .. Nine The Florida Catholic Friday, March 12, 1965
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appreciates 1 \ ? : .t$ 11 -

strong faith inherent here F.i' ,'Ji" .- t : Architects'meeting hears I

church design suggestions
VATICAN CITY (NC) of those who came In contact
_ Pope Paul VI, receiving with them
CLMLLAND; (XC) Planning the Interiors of
Lawrence Cardinal Shehan The same day (February t P ": churches for preaent-day worship require bold new
27)) may I
and the pilgrim from hu Pope Paul also received
archdiocese of Baltimorewho Owen Cardinal McCann of a i >rw departures from traditional designs, a number of .

had come to Rome for Cape Town South Africa declared here at a national meeting on church archi

hu elevation to the Collegeof William Cardinal Conway of tecture. doing something. It should not I
Armagh Ireland, Thomas Two participants at the
Cardinal, expressed"our Cardinal be a throne ht added but it |
Cooray of Colombo three-day conference
suggesttd .
should bt placed so the faithful
hope that the Catholics Ceylon, and Loreni Cardinal that correct attitudes toward will rtalirt the celebrant

of Baltimore and all Jaeger of Psderborn German worship may be Imped Is presiding over the entire
tie Catholics :of America, )'. ed by placing the tabernacleon community.

will continue to maintain Tt the new Irish Cardinal the main altar Father Frederick R Me-

strong and firm the faith the Pope spoke tf the strong Ont said the chair used by Manus, president of the Liturgical
which they have received faith of the Irish people and the celebrant during Mass Conference and director
from their forebears." their attachment It the Set must be located so it Is apparent of the new secretariate of the
of Peter to the congregation he Is United States Bishops' Commission
The Pope noted that Baltimore telrr' presiding at the service. on the Liturgical
was the first episcopal "In your appointment to the .
Tht meeting, sponsored by Apostolate reminded the participants
set founded in the United Sacred College of Cardinals the
National Liturgical Conference at the meeting that
States we wished! to honor a land J Mv- e w? was attended by the Church Is not committedto
"It was therefore a source that has given and continuesto t r about 450 Priests and lay pen any particular styit or
of pleasure to name you beloved give to Holy Mother Church sons. period of architecture
son, the spiritual headof countless Priests and Religious .
this see to the Sacred Col. for the missionary apostolate L."s It war held lo explore new Father Me Manas said
lege of Cardinals. as if God in a special 4 R ways In which church design church buildings mail nerve
We are mindful of the way wants them to carry to ran best scene as a ,"lble as renters for a worshiping
noble traditions of Catholicism foreign lands the Gospel of expression tf the renewed community.This .

which have come down Christ just as St Patrick liturgy theme wss elaborated

through the years to motivate brought it to Ireland." Father Bernard Cooke S.J., upon by Father Gerard Slay
the Catholic life of your great head of the theology department an. director of the department
archdiocese We art not forgetful Dean ofCanadianhierarchy k'UV. ?$%&& at Marquettt Unl\ersl- of religious education at
of the noble figure of the
/AwJ"fi ty in Milwaukee said liturgists University of
Cardinal Gibbons who once dies 1 v "5 < 'l and architects must find America. The crucial fact of

guided the "destinies of that a way to overcome that feelIng church design, ht said, Is that
historic see, ht said. MONT LAl'RIER, QuebeNC In many people that Christ "tht Christian meets God In,
Pope Paul expressed confi (: ) Archbishop! Joseph Forms for foundation of Votive Church Is somehow present only in Jesus Christ primarily h asocial
dence that American Catholics Eugene Limoges, (4, retired tht tabernacle, that He Is situation" and that It
will seek in every possible Bishop of !Mont Laurier and A sixty-foot tall pile driver, center tance to the left In the view here, Church, another Quadricentennlal encountered nowhere else In centers around a meal "Our

way to be witnesses to dean of the Canadian hierarchy is driving pilings for the foundation on the near aide of the already- monument Funds for the 400th man's lift recovery of the true and com-
the message of the Gospel in In point of service, died of the towering 200-foot existing Hospital! Creek bridge is anniversary monumental cross and The church Is sacred, said plett notion of the Eucharlt-
their lives, undertaking alwajs here on March 2. Father Cooke, not only be- tic meal In both the Catholtn
to practice Christian Cross which will mark the Quad. the statue of Father Francisco the Votive Church art being cause Christ Is In the tabernacle and Protestant communionsmeans

principles, for their own sane Archbishop Limoges hadbeen ricentrnnlal at America's Oldest Lopes. Forma In the foreground raised by the St. Augustine but because lit is present that wt must explore
tification and the edification s Priest for ft years Mission in St Augustine Some dis art for the bast of the Votive Foundation in the people who com that setting which benefits the
and s Bishop for 41
there to worship the Father meal behavior best"
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He was a native of Stt. verse -- Father Godfrey Diekmann Father Sloyan said the Msss

ORLANDOWINTER Scholastique, Quebec Ht was Florida 0 S B, editor of Worship celebrant as much as possW
consecrated Bishop of Mont magazine, said the placementof bl., should bt In the midst of
PARKAQUINO'S Laurier on November 30, the tabernacle It the most the people, "for what ht
1922 reportsOrlando difficult problem In church does, they do, and what they
He retired from active direction k -I Iv design. lit noted that the do, ht does ."
of the diocese in 1963 liturgical instruction of last Robert Rambusch It sent"
when auxiliary Bishop Andre September allows th.t the Ing ss chairman of the architectural
Ouellette was named administrator tk tabernacle may be placed on committee of the
SERVING THE of the diocese a: of 0 a side altar or In some "other Liturgical Conference.

FINEST ITALIAN FOODS The 12th annual Florida noble and properly adorned
DINNERS FROM He war gives the penal Knights of Columbus bowling part of the Church."
430; P.M. to I 11.00 PM. title tf Archbishop by Pept tournament will ht held this Father Diekmann offered ORLANDOWINTER
LOUNGE Plus XII la 1157.Archbishop fur In Orlando on the weekend two reasons for placing the

220 Orlando Art. W.P. Limoges was an ,_ of May 1 and 2. The host tabernacle somewhere tint PARK
Hwy. 17-92 Ml 7-4500 Intimate friend of the late Monsignor Bishop Council than on the main altar First
Holy Cross Brother Andre, 2112 in conjunction with the ht said It obstructs the view
who founded the world famous f'r central Florida KofC travel of the congregation when thtPriest
shrine of St. Joseph'sbasilica + bowling league art handling offers Mass facing
BILL BARDOEFORD in Montreal all arrangement AU Knights them
In good standing art eligibleto Secondly, "there Is a certain )
FACTORY DEALER r however conflict of mysteries
r tiN ti compete, entry
SAVE ON YOUR EDGEWOODSUPERETTE ? applications must be submitted during the Mast between
NEW CAR DEAL by March 11 Team Christ present and Christ I t WEST CHURCH ST,

events will bt bowled at the brought down, between adorn
Ph. 4S4OJ3J f Parkwood lanes while the tlon of Christ In the tuber FISH MARKET
e Falls Fish S*. .di
W, Hwy. SO naclt and worship of the Father
singles! and doubles events
wl.r, .. ...... I Choice WttUrn .....HFrttK through Christ's action In FrtJl Sfed Always
will be held at the Colonial
M."$, : I e Qualify Grew. I Lanes. the Mass." LOBSTERS, OYSTERS

St. O<.rlM "- e Product At Oldest Mission in U.S. A well rounded weekend of Regarding the chair used CLAMS SHRIMP
ParUK 0r e A CompU't Store activities has been planned by the celebrant, Father CRABMEAT, SNAPPER
A bridge will lead pilgrims to the ther Francisco tapes, the Priest who for all Knights and their fam.IU. Piekmann said It Is no longera
20t Conint Drive 444 W Church
when the Priest SA 2.)126WATKi"S
Mission of Nombre de Plot in SI Au. said the historic Mass In 15413. This ... An added attraction this place
Houseof GA 2-4001 OrI."d.H.rmn gustint acroM the Hospital Creek la, hew pictures fill being, put In for the year is the St Lto's College walls whllt someone else Is

goon to the MiMion't; 'sacred acre" bridge from the U 8. highway Ont scholarship ball hlrh Is
Beef where the first Mass was celebrated side of the Oldest Mission. Ivan Mestrovie being held on April M at the
Robert Meyer Motor Inn under -
4Yr J. Ht'ciricri In America's First City As they cross executed<< In bronze the statut the sponsorship of the

It de & Son the water from the area pictured of the Priest\ which stands on a marble Monsignor' Bishop fourth d.gee. ..

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., ?...*. .... ... .....*.... ------- -- All tournament participants
rvtar ."ira .u. ........ named Present are urged to arrive early to OMAMOO WKTM fAJMC
CAT STIAK. Legate palliumMW take advantage of this opportunity .
ON A SKEWER! 'Say It Wide Fl.wvsCOLLEGE to mix and
'Geti..atd Cff"' PARK Archbishop John P Cody of charity THOMSON & McKINNONIN
Popt Paul VI has named lldebraa4o
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0,.. H..*M a tur lie" It0f FLORIST Cartaal AstMtatU. be Invested with the palliumat available through Grand ORLANDO SINCE IW
'IJO.Lo" 1.90 WIly Mt "*t M *Jf .1I..w5rS. ..........f..5 wlaeIs 1.111 preftct the nafrefation of a ceremony in fit Louis Knights or bowling chairmenof
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arr.w.Y.l.1wab. to the _RIft celebration of rente Cardinal Shthan of Hal contacting WJ Baulry, UO) end ttfitf principal ,*.
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Tea The Florida Catholic" Friday, March 12, 1965

of papal honors ,..., "'- "':f ........."........
., '. ..:.rr ;i ..' ;.' : Cardinal Beran to
Priests 1ii;"' \ \ .". \. .
bestowed on ten 1, .. : '
speak over BBC
Ir..I1.... ,..s p... ..'i, into the church. They carriedthe :, ,

present at the investiturewere robes for the monsignori LONDON (NC) -Elevat.d
Monsignor Patrick E. to the Archbishop at the appointed to the College of Cardinalslast

Nolan dean of the St. Au. time. Each Priest month, Josef Cardinal

gustine deanery and Monsignor pledged! himself to loyalty to 1R + Beran is being denied permission

John J. Mullms dean of the Holy Father in English, P to return to his archdiocese

the West Coast deanery. at the time he received the .f fit of Prague.

Chaplains to the Archblsh vesture for his new dignity.
during the ceremonies At the outset the apostolic But now after a silence of
op M 1w IS Cardinal Betas will
were Father Thomas F Kellyof document in Latin was read years
Starke and Father Michael from the pulpit by Father Peter be able to speak to his countrymen

Hanrahan Father James F. C. Dolan.Throughout. 1 t. of Czechoslovakia, but
f only through the facilities of
Gloekler was the master of the ceremonies
ceremonies the middle aisle of St. James the British Broadcasting Can

Father Fabian Gimeno and Church was occupied by an poration.

Father Felix Banos were the honor guard of Fourth Degree It was announced here that

deacon and subdeacon of the Knights of Columbus. Special the Cardinal had taped in

Benediction. reserved sections for the Rome a message to the people
Among the masters of ceremonies Priests in the ceremony were A i i of Czechoslovakia and

assisting at the investiture taken by families and friends A that the message would be-

were Father Neil A. who came from all parts of broadcast over BBC's Czech

Sager Father James S. lion. the State to attend the investiture program. It was stressed that

nen. Father Michael F. Troy Here and there in the : the Cardinal's talk was nonpolitical .

and Father John Bluett midst of the many laity were in nature.
Ten altar boys assembledIn pews filled with Sisters cf ..

the sanctuary prior to the the several congregations rep
processional of the clergy resented View of principals at investiture of monsignori EnthronementDES

I On nature of ChurchCollegiality In this view of the sanctuary of St. James Terence J. Farrelly Monsignor Mortimer A. Bartok and Monsignor Mark J. McLoughlin. Bishop George J., lowaNC-Biskup( will)

Church Orlando the picture shows all the Danaher Monsignor James J. Heslin and Monsignor John F. Scully just invested be enthroned as the fifth Bishop

PriesU invested by the Most Reverend Arch. Monsignor John F. Wells. Priests on the is walking towards the altar and Monsignor of Des Moines in St Ambrose .

plan said bishop. In the foreground are the papal other side of the sanctuary inside the altar Harold F. Jordan pauses at the throne just cathedral here March

chamberlains from the left (backs to cam. rail are, from left, Father Neil A. Sager before receiving his rocket and mantelletu. 19. Archbishop James J,

era), Monsignor Irvine Nugent, Monsignor Monsignor John P. Burns Monsignor Charles ,
guided by advisory note .

VATICAN CITY (NC) The ecumenical council'i Cardinal Shehan To Fatima Bishop

Constitution the Nature of the Church must be interpreted .
VATICAN CITY ( C-) Pope leads Romein VATICAN CITY (NC) George J.
in the light of an explanatory note regardingthe Pope Paul VI named Lawrence Pope Paul VI has named

collegiality of Bishops that was read to council Cardinal Shehan of Fernando Cardinal Cento of BlakupB3'rne

Fathers before they voted on the constitution.This Baltimore a member of the
was stated in the Vatican City daily L'Os. consistorial congregation the the Roman curia as papal

servatore Romano in its report on the publication of the Roman curia body which provides new Mass form legate to take the Golden

decree in the official Vatican publication Acts of the for the erection of new Rose to Fatima on May 12. of Dubuque. will offl-

See dioceses and the nominationof .. ,.... ... The traditional sign of papal
Apostolic ce..I1. > is to celebrate a dialogue Later he will celebrate an. date Bishop Biskup will
ed in
To draw attention to its weighing changes suggested Bishops. affection was promised to preach the The date
report gave Communion to other Mass with the use of Italian other Mass at St. Peter's and sermon.
during debate to make The Pope also confirmedhim
the daily framed it in members of the congregation at an altar facing the people. the Fatima Shrine of Our will be the 28th anniversaryof
certain observations. Cardinal member of then the "Urbl
general as a Impart
black and placed it at the who stood as they received.At The choirs will sing in Italian Lady by the Pope during a the ordination of Bishop
These were four in numberin the secretariate for promoting Orbi"-to the city and the speech November 21 at the
top of the front page. the end of the cere the antiphonal portions of the BiSkup who has served since
addition to the explanatorynote. Christian Unity to which he world-blessing from St Pe close of the third session of 1957
L'Osservatore Romano had Mass. Pamphlets of the MassIn as auxiliary Bishop of
monies the Pope was
had since the fall
They were: belonged ter's
balcony. ecumenical
already stressed when it Italian will be distributedso council. Dubuque.0oooooo00000,
with chalice that had
-The college of Bishops Is of 1963. lie is chairman of the a
published the "explanatorynote" not to be taken in a strictly U. S. Bishops' commissionfor been used by Father Orione that the congregation can
at the foot of the text .
who founded the congregationin participate.On
of ecumenical affairs.
juridical sense as a group
of the constitution in 11 s
equals who delegate their 1903 The Tope on his part March 14 he will go to
November 25 issue that the
power to their president but donated an unspecified( sum St. Joseph's church in the
note had been communicated Pairs of brothers
of to aid the of
rather as a stable group money poor Trionfale area below Monte
to council Fathers by higher 4 'i
whose structure and authority the parish. Mario on March 21 to St. ,
authority. It added at that
time that "the doctrine ex must be deduced from among Priests After the Mass, Pope Paul Lucy's in the Prenestina area D
went to nearby school and in east Rome and March
Revelation.One a on Mo
plained in chapter three of
becomes memberof visited of orphansand 28 to St. Emerenziana's p pSANK'
the constitution must be a slain in Congo a group
understood according to the the college by virtue of deformed children who church In the Nomentano district .
consecration and are looked after by the Don The Passion
episcopal by Sunday AT
spirit and the sense of this LEOPOLDVILLE (NC) -
hierarchical communion with Orione Priests and Sisters visit will be to the Mexican b g
note. blood brothers
Two pairs of
the head of the college and national church of Our Ladyof xac li,
who were Priests of the White Earlier In the day the Pope /ptetOtr tiAetx
The daily's new announce its members.The Guadalupe on the Via Au. o
Fathers of Africa murdered had his window
were at
ml'ntIarrh(: 3)) added another college, which can appeared relia In Rome's northwestern YOUR
by Slmba rebels in the overlooking St. Peter's ,
squareto g gc.
element not exist without its head, has outskirts.
northeastern part of the Congo It said that the council had full and supreme power over within a week.It crowd gathered below On Palm Sunday the PopeIs Q
approved and Pope Paul VI the entire Church. has now been learned expected to receive large SERVICE '

had promulgated the consti The college Is necessarilyand here that Father eonardus He told the thousands assembled groups from various Catholic D

tution "according to the mind always' understood as De Meyer WF., 37.year-old I In the pleasant organizations in the Vatican'sSt g

and in the light of the said headed by the Pope who In missioner stationed in Aba, spring sun: Damssus courtyard and So. FU. A.*. .t Lime St. I
note." the college, completely keepshis in the Mahagi diocese near "This Sunday marks a memorable then walk with them to St.

The note was originally readto mandate as vicar of Christ Lake Albert, was killed by date in the spiritual Peter's for Mass LAKELAND C 0

council Fathers last November and pastor of the universal rebel forces near Bunla along life of the Church, as the On Good Friday lie will (.

16 by the council's Church. with five other Belgian White spoken language enters officially to the Colomeum as he did oooooooooooooo@oo8CATHOLICS

secretary general Archbishop -The Pope as supreme Fathers last November 27. It Into the public worship last yea for the Stations of

Pericle Felicl.It pastor of the Church, can was reported in early December (tin Italy). The Church regards the Cross.
said the council'i doctrinal exercise his at an. that Father De Meyer had this event as a measure
power y
commission had decld- time and at his will, as his been taken captive by the of duty suggested and On Easter Pope Paul will
sanctioned by the council, so celebrate an 8.30 Massat
office requires. The college, rebels at the sam time they a m. FLORIDA
in turn, always exist al killed the five other White that its prayer is made Intel. the Church of St. Francisin or
LAKE Fathers. ligible and is understood." the Roman suburb of Vil NOW! A
though it does not always act CATHOLIC FRATERNAL SOCIETY OFFERSLOW
The worship of the large to note the parish's
in a strictly collegial manner Father De :Meyer was the
Feb. 28 thru Apr U It does not always fully brother of Father Plrt De people requires that they be tenth anniversary.
enabled to participate actively
exi-else its BUDGET HOSPITAL
power Meyer WF., superior of the
The final explanatory note in the liturgical action
White Fathers' million laFatakl To visit U.S.
HILLS emphasized that this sacramental about 30 miles from Pope Paul said adding:

office, which is t. bdlstinguis Bunla who wn lain by the "The Church has made a SCC1': '''
Tassion Play :led from a canonical rebels near Bunla on December sacrifice of Its language Master general of the Orderof and LIFE INSURANCE

or juridical one, cannotbe 2.The. Latin-a peered, serious Preachers (Dominicans) is
exercised without being In beautiful and etpreult lan Father Anlceto Fernandez

communion with the Pontiff De Meyers came fromAntwt'rp. <
and the other Bishops.L'Ossenatore Father Piet, who -old traditions and the unity w -. 1

Reman was 49, had been a mission of language for a alt : j has again called attention to ary for 21 years, his broth. aspiration 0 f nnlierialily. S K 0 A WEEK for j cosllS lowi $%.05 tnOnt\! <}ep ft
i this explanatory note, railing er I-fonardui for 10. This was done so that the Father V age. while'' hospitalized for any cowed accident or nckrwu.
It "the authentic source of people may Join better in V
nardus De Mecr In the November
the Interpretation of (he Constitution prajrr and Instead ef being AnlceteFernandes S
on the Nature of the 27 slaughter was passive spectators they might T Ii II WEEK for I cost IJ low i$ $3.50 pet month, dependlnf upoJ '
Father Charles Pauwel nWF.
Church. Pauwel n's> beeme participants and I \ / age while hospitalized for any' covered accident or sicknesforacostaslowas$5OOpeersoethdependingupon! /,
48. Father
UN *T *!* PM.MAJINCK > doers In the sarrrd rite." -
It said: "Following the brother, Father Eugene Pauweljn .

rtnrOKMAUCCIIv. f dogmatic constitution W...., 54, was killed by Pope Paul's Sunday afternoon $T K A WEEK
WetV tfurlni MirchM.IJF there wore reported the the rebels on December 2 celebration of the Mass 0
figure among<< | J while ,
lie, hospitalized for any covered accident or lick"'I"
notifications made by the along with Father Piet De at All Saints' was the first of Council Fathers of Vatican II.
(34 V "OIl aatat'e TI wwYe Ie R........
Wttk NIGIIUT tl Tslt secretary general, by higher 1\1e'er. The Pauwel brothers a series of Lenten visits to Father General will visit the IhgMq M&

EASTER SUNDAY M iMtM.IIMIMItl.M authority and the said were from Ilarelbeke, various working class par u.s. soon as part of his visitation CHOOSE. YOUR OWN DOCTORI! roff! sari ...t t.*f .*. np"e.e it 1intt M 1rw.e
notification appears also in Belgium. ishes of Rome of Institutions of the rs fc.e*.,ii
MMTAMPA the preliminary explanatory Father Eugene Pauwel'nwas At each church the I'ope worldwide Dominican Order to'Htt wt* roles

note to the third chapter of among a score of Priests SELECT ANY LAWFULLY Sf'I' Ow ee I.ter ..... kb.. eYa.hM
the constitution, which deals held prisoner by the Simbas OPERATED HOSPITAL M. e'cUmt'. 1"If ", ..."" tall' t''ri w w
with the 'hierarchical constitution at Fatakl at the mission I 1 GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES tM c. ii "',,,.., It I* m.. I"*!-* 4 t4f'\

of the Church and in headed Father Piet De APPLICATION ACES:
by trctpnch3 M urttfw.'. fcfllltt No SW Na7
particular with the episco Meyer. Despite the fact that Mis Dt .sr M'tll thrtiiH 7J serf .1 lt M >< M' NiMvt K HAD were, n\JKi
toodtoot twiN h .b.R It II' :;
.' ate ''u. '110 HIT lr > *> rMll"mt,C* *
pal' Since the dogmatic the rebels had banned the of. """'I" a g"MMm Mnder lilt to,m.s"ne II *Mi rt
solo .
constitution was approved by fering of Mass he celebratedthe Lrhp -.cMt., ape ,I"f..c v eo.'ebcetNM If t ass ew ter Z'tanecut e"ro' 'a M ears sayer Tilt

I : I the council and promulgated Eucharist, and was taken PAYS IN ADDITION TO... een.sV. ce.n .....'. *>t.iti If .'q Wet.rues. .

Ml M..h*G. ,.PANIELLO........ Ih.D.D.S.I?...*.! by the Supreme Pontiff ac to Dunia November 30 for C"lIh -""** *r M *"*f kn elehtt .. "'p"1 tat. 1.Nder. C....,. wemeL1mr'f
004 M ewer. er PfC1wOI ON v M urn*'* e' '
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