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Cathol to Bishop Moore High School


ORLANDO--Archbishop Joseph P, Hurley announcedhere rich family at the ceremonieswas The present Rishop Moore of sand at the Center's site

last Friday that Bishop Moore High School will havean Monsignor! Charles A. High School Is the only Catholic on the shore of Little Lake

VOL. XXVI No. 20 Orlando, Florida, Friday, March 19, 1963 lOt educational and cultural center within months, thanks Bartok, who is president of high school serving Iat'.t'ral F.lrvl.w'fr, Archbishop

to the benefaction of Herman J. Heidrich of Orlando.At the Bishop Moore High county area In Central Hurlry and the Priests of the
School. lie said on Mr. Heid Florida It 'Is fully accredited Central Florida parishes and
the at which the
clergy and members of the
ceremony rich's behalf that the Heid with the Southern Association ( High School; Sister Mary
Heidrich family broke ground for the multi-purpooe buildIng rich family considers it their of Colleges and Secondary Martha, principal representing .

Clearwater \, which will be called the Heidrich Center the Arch privilege to do something for Schools\ It Is co.Institutional t the Sisters of St Josephwho

beginsnew bwhop expressed deep appreciation to Mr. Heidrich for the youth of Bishop Moore with boys and girls are on the faculty, and

his generosity, The Heldrichs ill donate the entire cost High School Those of us who attending, taught: in separate the donors, Mr. and Mri.
of the Center approximately are older, the Priest said, climrooms. It Is staffed by Merman Heidrich Mr. and
a quarter of a million Ill (feet In diameter and 40 know that the die Is cat when Sisters of St. Joseph-the lIe Taut Heidrich and Fran
cultural center dollars. fret high: ItI 1\1\ feature glass you are still in a formative same order that came to Orlando cis lleidrlch

curtain walls and a geodetic age In 1888 to teach youthof Designed by Thomas J,
Mr. l Hrtdrlch has been dump of gold anodized! alum The donor of the new center this community and Madden AlA, of Miami, who
planning a long time to make inum. for the high school la a Priests as well as teachers was in Orlando for the
rU\RWATtU-Brt'.klng; for cultural have given lie marveled at this to the education of
ground a c''r gift longtime member of St. who are members of the laity Kroundbrtaking. Heidrich I
and gymnasium to serve Central Catholic High School their success in the three youth and encouraged the Diocese Archbishop Hurley in his James parIAh, The Catholic When finished, the school Center will provide a Center

here, Archbishop Joseph P Hurley said he looked forward short years of growth at to build the Center at remarks at the ceremony Church here In Central FlorIda President said, the new buildIng seating more than 2500: per
Clearwater Central Catholic Moore School. Friday spoke for the Catholics
with confidence to the day when, under the enthusiastic and commended their Bishop High of Orlando in thankingthe and elsewhere has been will have the best aiTommodal sons In architectural nomenclature
of acceptance A large( crowd was on handat the of benefactionsfrom it Is a "sphere made
leadership pastors and the wholehearted cooperationof of today's challenge to Herman J Heidrich famIly recipient ion in the area for basketball
the high school grounds at the lleidrichs throughoutthe up of tetrahedrons groupedIn
parents, all Catholic young people in this part of achieve the ultimate in education for the generous gift they .
noon Friday to witness the octagonal forma along thelurf.r.
Pinellaa County will be enrolled here yearsMoore
an' making to the local high
Moore high School
ceremonies marking the beginning Bishop of the sphere.
The Catholic school, he said, is magnificent In its Father Bernard F Ditt- of construction of the school It will be an asset not High School Is the offers iip-lo-dste classrooms,

freedom to pursue divine truth, to participate in the only man, president of the school renter which, will have several only for Catholics but for the Catholic successor to old St. laboratories, a home economies It Is enprcted! to take appratlmatelr -
quest which U finally presented the speakers and. entire Orlando and Orange James High School which was department a spacious four months te
\\'orth.while-th.t is, the to sacrifice "to build as you on behalf of the faculty and uses facilities.Including gjmnasmm County community, the Archbishop located long age<< at the slle rafelorlum. construct the llelrirlch Center.
I have built, to provide as you students, welcomed the dis- IBid.Spol.t'lman. ef the present main Post Of. ,
quest for Almighty God. have provided, to give as you fU\R\\\TtR: : back page The Heidrich Center will be for the Held. fin In downtown Orlando. The school administrators
The new cultural center at - _. .. began separate rlavses for Mr. Madden said that It
the Central Catholic High I w, + :; -k w The school then was movedto boys and for girls In the year would be something Interesting
School was the second such Rldgewood and Cathcart 1A101uat1.{ to watch because the
building for which ground Streets and grades one builders will start with the
All that Is needed. to makeit
broken this 11 12 top nt the dome building It
was past weekendin r through were taught thereby absolutely modern Is a rullyllIlrrf'd
the Diocese A similar the !Sisters of St Joseph on the ground and adding to
gymnasium to complement
structure will begin this until Buhnp Moore High facilities. It around the perimeter, pulling
month for Orlando's Bishop 4 s School was built The Sisters present the center of the dome upon

Moore High School. The Archbishop came to Orlando from St. Augustine The high school at 4100 a mast as it progresses..
broke ground for it to teach Catholic Fdgewater Drive opened In The foundation will hold the

last Friday He was In Gear- youth In IBM and as the need' February 1954 with 90 atu- building down he said.
water on Sunday afternoon developed the St James dents. The enrollment is now Jack Demetree. contractorfor

March 14, for the second ceremony School grew from an elementary 800 students the new Center, participated
marking a new stagein ; to sn elementary and Those who turned the shovel In the groundbreaking.

the progress of these two :ii high school serving local
diocesan high schools eltiiens for many years.
A crowd of North Pinellas Some of the leading businessand Follow example of fodar'sheroes

County citizens, including parishioners professional people of
and their pastors this community claim Rt counseled
from the area served by James School as their high, youth
Clearwater Central gatheredin school alma mater
the field near the classroom mU.AMYounr .people attending Bishop Moore

building to participatein Plans for Easter High School here were called by Archbishop Joseph P,
the ceremonies. Father Hurley last week to the vocation to the! warmth and
James F Gloekler of Sacred VATICAN fiTSf( ) charity of the Faith which II exemplified by today's and

Heart parish, Tmellas Park ....trg+t, r Pope( r.ul1 will celebrate Maas
-- --- -- recent Catholic heroes The Archbishop spoke( at a
gave the opening! prayer, Faster Mm at 11 IS a m. on he offered In St. Charles Church for and with students,
Herman J. Heidrich and Orlando
!. his comments 01 the aeration family, give youth Center the steps of St Peter's and at and for their parents, families .
noon will appear on the front many ef )n.. la these day-
that Archbishop Clearwater Central Ilurleysaid Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley J. Heidrich and h la family. Men of the high school principal Slater balcony of( the basilica to deliver and teachers.He went te their deaths la defending .

Catholic High<< School It an right joined in breaking ground at the family hoIdJn g shovels for the Mary Martha 8.8,J? and Mrs. Paul his Fader message to recalled the struggle In (hrtillailty with' the

Integral part *f the words "viva thrlile R.," en
., Catholic l educaifoa Is cultural and educational renter and his sons, Pea nci.Ileldrlch and Area Priests participated in the traditional lib/ et Orbi" Catholic Priests ant Bishopsand Ihelr lips That h sir renwry. -
'to the City and to religious went to their .
Florida and la the satlon. with gymnasium facilities servingRuhop Paul Heidrich, 0 then members off ceremony. blessing .
the world He will aloe celebrate deaths In order to preservethat
Moore High School The the family taken part were Mrs. '1 Then later on when the enemy
It! Is dedicated to complete, an earlier Mais In one most westerly and most
building; will be donated by Herman Herman Heidrich, standing next to moved up the Rdkanpeninsula
wholesome. free education, he of the working class districts southerly rampart of Europe
In order to throw
said, continuing of the cite from communism
-- another arm of envelopment\
Here our youth study not There were hundreds, of
around Christian r.ur"pe..u'h ,
only truth and good, but their thousands nf lay people who
great people as
divine Author not only beauty Former Priest of Diocese, joined their Priests, religiousand Slavs stood scroll their

but the very persomfira Bishop In that magnificent p..lhs.
lion of beauty which is AI that triumphal fight
He recalled ,
mighty God." Fr. Joseph Fahy, 78, dies Because If the Iberian penln young Prlestebaplaln In the
What is there more wholesome I try sills had 'been taken, the enemy who
army of the Slovenes
he asked. than to see \MI-Father Joseph J Fahy. 7*. native of Ireland! would have had the entrance was captured by the communist

youth conscientiously carrying who observed hia sacerdotal golden jubilee in lf 64, diedon to the Mediterranean, enemy and sentenced to

out the diselp4ine of character March 13. His funeral was hell Tuesday In St Helen and North Africa; and they death As this 2ftyear,,,ld

building* To see them Church at_Vero Reach and he war buried in Our La 'y would have thrown an encircling Priest stood on the scaffold
striving for cleanness of mind arm around all of
just before( the trap was
of here
and of heart' Mercy Cemetery which
To Is the
observe western lUtmpe;
Palm Reach Bohnp C le- sprung, he said In his tongue,
them in the magnificent pursuit The Priest, wise formerly very core of Christian clvllliation
RIM F Carroll celebrated thetosMnn the words, "Long live Christ
of Christian chiv the. 0-... .
pure served of Si Augustine Pontifical Rt'q'i'rtI: the King."

aryHe! was retired from active tubas for Father Fahv T>rsdy Thnusenrfi upon thnuiandlf Only a few weeks ago we
paid tribute to the Catholic '
duty and. reaMed at \'era at 4 Pili" St Helen s. your enntempenrk.yaaacre sent to your high school one
schools and to these' who
build and maintain them' toarh Father Fahy was an ar( > .. "horn, you were living, FOl.MW) psge nine,,

taut pastor .m Cathedral par, _,_ hhUUUUU&uuUA,..,,
These schools, he said are He II survived' by a briber ufe, M AugustaM from 17Xto M "'''\\,,,,'On\\,U un" " "'

healthv the: faith mamiUv condition In our country of of the the sold Catholic Theyare Ireland Michael., V. lay ef IhiMls. serve MB briefly He was an appointed M J<
a rich asset too to our The sue ef Mr. aid. Mrs.James parish. Bradmton ant. h. '
well loved became: pastor ef St J''sr, h Florid
ef Kittare.Fatavr
country, contributing Kay Cewrty St, Auguitinej
M Stuart whre he
as they do a faith nf Fafry was Na a ..|- parish
knowledge. of love ad of p*. bnH en Navesnber.. 17 UM served until IMSIs March 0 19U

trintK<< service to the lutm He was ordained a Anent at J...." IMS, lather 'V ,
\\. give dn."Itt'f rev Maymwlh. on June 11. 1114Suewequiwt :
I akv as. pained ,..... ..flb. Dear Reverend Father:
deem the American .... .. twrvrie* saw him .. .
txwal avstem from live possibility to Glesjaataich. ,....... test er la 11.11'...., fkrMa V's T1t(. Is a renteH to you and to your parish

of being totalitarian Frsarisco ""'traM 0). where he biH' the, ,"'.." la toners of our awwisl seminary e..Wectl' n. It Is to

As address vat give< at ter Bay In\ s.w'wk.. IWI lad a ehirth seellag tM Beloved pastor of SarasotaPra announced on Huftdsy. Marrh 11th, and to betaken

His lpoltola' (to Floridawas ,la hill f.wllllNt. .
the Cerent ; by RrprewsUtlve persons on the ay
diarks K. Ratney, Il'iull11 given an 1JIIIft('..boll at ; i i* "..e brua*'ast table on Au; ffe, Ar'ht-' p Jdwjh P Hurley up

(...alj mtmhrr .! DM funeral' this 'M. by lather IMore his retirement Father the d. 8' Martha pariah honored its and Mrs, l't.stra: tkirmann MonsU I am glad tin report to you that our WoreM

tie hands Hays. ef Repre- Patrick D. O ftrwn a Palsy was s chaplain. atM beloved (iMtnr In Sera*'"la, Monsignor gnor Elalander day was observed last now has 110 young men sturfjrlnr; tut the Sacred
former padre of the rathe Mary Hospital M west In the 1'I"arl'l of the United States
seatsUv C L Easlander V F were, from left Sunday Prieetrwxi
deal of St Augustine who la Palm Beach. and was sla-
Klslandtr June J, Me and of Ffcrof*. In "tt\llft.\ a i number tIt our
He congratulated the rathel chat'a:i at the Loordes' resi "ned> la St Aoaitasia pariah Monsignor studies In
:, T tens who are 11 rg dre the aH hi West F t refe 'nuJIII Priests are engaged In graduate
varlnaa universities.

L Spiritual bouquet goesto Our snmisl budget for semlfiariana" anti

elm, graduate streets runs' eU>.. to IISODOOOO: ) ) ) I

Msgr. C. L. ElslanderH hf that mr |*ri_s swt plans will b* better

pI 1U MMt.f tofxt sad some generowriy, snorted this

_____ ,. Arr hbush..p J..I'n( P Hurley Joii/ e dl J Jt year M that we may be able. to resume our

l Bt Martha pariah tnbu" furs t.. M'-i.i nof C. I. scoirwM' toward the hlffh foals which have been

.4 / ee awls.. of theE .H.
r I .1?Vr when' the Hareaota i 1.1.

.. weat Coast I* nery was hr.n".1| laet Hoivlay The Is ..... of ... the emfm. sat all the en *

t J. rs and praise of the devoted f n* vta of 1/11IOf'' Hat'ptai' of lisle ......t. I have! hof... that our

? .a L..:and.fGf'llW04 a vest RMMIMI !breekfaetia apanered Priests\ sad. f.... will rise as nne to make this

ij..r tual bostqvet for .him.TVt the Kw
rL:: day twfta at MaH .M Hell by members ef It Mtr-
S' Martha Chssrrm The u'.- the s Otukt sod ef Its Htfy May the)> Meeateg! .f Cod abide with you and

1t..1It was '. =tls.rder ".. ... Name Meiety.Ii. with ysjsw pfi

Orlando School's cultural center lb.elpsr n.... w. .. tile ..,. In Christ
High underway ( ,macsap .f Veakretriimse gave |''' l'Kn>*e7 Orftt.JJ ye ,
gmlMis ef H.
wtkoiced -. the rite..t' the HeidrVh of Ortsndovi ta KM demo .at a UsssvUj J<**ph P. Hurley. "
C fh, i i.:s of Orlando bonding, deleted sr family brat; Mrfe4 cssrtkaailBe Ua4 rTtn

the newt last weekend that studer'a. sketch bert. I" V* known as willey! 1,,, the et','Ir. <..., -4f" prsv.v .. ....It...l. ArrhMehep. caste toJUra ArchbishopIhahop

|J.rf'll'r.t V.I I future ,- < Tret building at Uw K-SKMA Larder .uU last radar as the of 8t AugmstlneT1Ftortd1a

op M,..,.<> high She'll will .*>oa ..,j* P Hurley b. k' the fr...in4 The ArrM hop" was the fetire tit"ive nf the rfw ..."

bars the UM at Ux 1DWtt- rpwe tor the center slung with aaesBbrrs f>'* ,...l takef at lie C.. tl'lJlITlAL, back page I'" tU t t 'UU U t "t ,11\\\ "

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The norlda Catholic, Friday, March 19, 1965

Vocation days to be held

I Florida ReportsOrlando for inquirers to SisterhoodStaff

TitusvilleK writer be Impressed by the spacious
St James C grounds of the novitiate. On
is the life of a Sister like*" Many young
The St Elizabeth Guild will At a meeting held March 9, "WHAT the grounds overlooking the
receive Communion in a bodyon contemplating a vocation to the religious Indian River are a swimmingpool
Sunday at the 9 a,m. Mass a name was chosen for Council life ask themselves this question The Sisters of St. Joseph a dock tennis and volleyball .

After Mass the group will be 5667. It was called "Our have the answer and will demonstrate it at vocation areas and gardens

served breakfast at Lindy's Lady of Space Council" F d days at their novitiate at Jensen Beach. Within the buildings! < are

Restaurant in Orlando. Attending this meeting was Mother St. Charles, mistress of novices, has extendedto dormitories, classrooms a refectory .

St. Charles' the District Deputy of the 7th young women an invitation to visit the novitiate on chapel and recreation

La Fiesta a family cov Florida I District of The 4 the vocation days, March room.

ered dish supper will be held Knights of Columbus Ed E 20 and April 24. bring their own picnic: style The novitiate opened at

on Sunday April 25, from S Furey. On Saturday, March 20, lunch At noon the girls will! Jensen Beach in May of 1953.

to 7:30: pm. in St Charles This meeting was the first young women who are juniorsor eat and view the novitiate Since that time it has servedas

parish social hall, Orlando. seniors In high school, at. grounds. the home for the many
active meeting held by this novices and postulantsat
Familiar in diocesan women who seek the
InvernessOur sight parishes tending college or workingwill the Jensen Beach novitiate young
council. Sister of St.
receive a cordial welcomeat \life of a Joseph
Lady of Fatima The presiding officers wereas Confirmation by Archbishop JosephP. their turn for receiving the sacrament the novitiate for a vocation have worked very) hard to Invitations to the vocation
present an enjoyable programon
Views of damage caused by follow: grand knight, Hurley has been administered in are, from left, foreground, Edward day program. the history of the Sisters of days were sent to young women .

the last earthquake disaster Thomas J. Martin; deputy Central Florida and up and down the Alton Mallard Ronald T. Bell ST., Clarence Girls In the seventh, eighth, St. Joseph of St Augustine, and girls who have sought
In Alaska were among the knight, Vernon L. Jansen Robert Menke with the beginnings information about the religious .
grand coasts of his Diocese during recent Z. Larear James ninth or tenth grades, who Honda Starting
colored slides shown SoCiety on ; chancellor, Edmond Ma. weeks. Typical of the evening; services and Jerrand A. Menke. Standing behind hate a formative Interest lathe of the community in life. Each high schoolin
March 8 to Holy Name the Diocese has received
members at their meetin honey; warden, Anthony F. connected with the sacrament Is this Mr. Mallard is the pastor, Father Sisterhood, are to attend France, the activities of the invitations.
Creamer; recorder Walter their vocation day on April congregation will be traced special
g. Dr Frank Coutant view of men being confirmed in Good Charles C. Anderson.
R. Cooney treasurer Charles 24. down to the present day. In.
; Bus loads of young women
showed slides he had taken Church Orlando.
Bruso; advocate, Leo Hogue; Shepherd Waiting cluded In the program will bea the
will leave principal high
recent visit to Yukon A schedule for each of the
during a
and work of the
Bottoms the
guards, Earl dialogue on
schools early on Saturday
and Alaska the Alcan has been
along days set fol.
Richards trustees, in the up as Sisters singing-both religious
Joseph ; gift shop lobby, beauty MelbourneKof lows morning to bring visitors to
highway :
William Herndon Patrick and barber services; television and patriotic songs the novitiate.
Aiding victims Whelan and Paul Mayer; financial St.1'incentSt. and radio service, infant CCentral At 10 am. Mass will be and even a French folk dance.
Bron- Florida Knights of celebrated by Father Peter 40 novices and The novitiate is approxl-\
Roy auxiliary Approximately
secretary Vincent's Hospital photographs, vending m a-
RAMESHWARAM: :\ (XC) Columbus are cordially In. F O'Donnell S.J. of St. Ann
John take In mately five miles east of
zovich; chaplain Father members held a celebra chines and the "cubby hole, postulants will part
Foodstuffs donated by Catholic vited to attend Parish Support Church
West Palm Beach.At .
B. O'Hare. tion on the 15th anniversaryof a branch hospitality shop in this presentation, beginning Stuart, at Jensen Beach.
Relief ServicesNationalCatholic program on March 21, 10:40, brunch will be
Their Nurses' Home at 1 Those traveling on hljhwaji
Welfare Conferenceare The general program chair. the organization. the planned by the Father served. pm.After
Vernon Jansen, appoint. bookkeeping showed a quarter The anniversary was observed in their own automobiles will
still being distributed man Gabriel Council No. 3744. Pro.ceeds Father O'Donnell will address the program, there
ed the six. activity of a million dollars earned at a meeting of the see the town markers along
among victims of a tidal wave point program from the event, from 2 the group on vocations will be a discussion period. A
roads (and it would be
held at Shultz audi
chairmen.A and for equipment Auxiliary
spent hospital
that struck this Indian island group to 6 p.m. in the Melbourne at 11:13.: question box will be available Sunshine
and torlum. The original cart, well If using State
off the southeast coast be- meeting schedule was established improvements will be .
High School cafeteria, Those visiting are asked to er the girls may ask any questions
to take the Fort
which is only used on Parkway
for Christmas. Hundreds by the members. nursing scholarships.Their now used to assist the various they ban directly from
died in the disaster. The food. Meetings will be held the second endeavors all started holidays, was on display.One parish building programs in Venice the floor Pierce turnoff in order to

stuffs, including wheat, dried Tuesday at 8.30 p.m. and with a cart filled with sundries highlight of the meetIng South Brevard County area Epiphany avoid tracing back extra
milk and beans, were first fourth Monday at 8 pm. of which members pushed was the presentation of a and the athletics at the Central The Church of the Epiphany Refreshments will be miles to Mount St. Joseph, the.
brought to the islands by of each month. Next meetingwill from bedside to bedside. Today painting by Mrs. Frederick Catholic High School. In Venice will hold an open served at 2:30: p.m. Slides of novitiate). If further information

Jesuit seminarians from near- be held Monday, March this hospitality service {Vaas, first auxiliary president Donations for the event are house on Sunday, March 28, the congregation will be is needed, the Sisters will

by Shembaganur, 22, at 8 p.m. has expanded to include a to Sister DeChantal, hospital |1.SO for adults; 75 cents for from S to I p,m. Monslgnor shown. be happy to answer questions
.. .. ...._, _. administrator. The George W. Cummings has The day will conclude at at the telephone number la
--- -- -- ---- u. children under 12; and a
painting shows the Sisters of family maximum rate of called for numbers of the I pm. Jensen Beach: Atlantic

Charity as they looked before 14 50. Holy Name society and the Those attending will! surely 71708.
the recent change of habit. It Epiphany Guild to help.
The grand knight, Joseph
will be hung in the Nurses'Home. Fisher, invites Interested per John Peckler Is general! aV. f" : +"uii+nexr.
: ss
sons to contact the activity chairman assisted by a large
Projects of the auxiliaryover ticket manager, Henry Spll- committee. Mrs. Arthur Van '!t-1t Tni

the years were reviewedby ler, at AL4-7070 In Eau Gable Lill is Guild president.
Mrs. Thomas B. Grady, Members of the parish and p:;. +.s
Mrs. James L. Murphy and St. Cloud friends are Invited to attendto

Mrs. Walter S. Crawbuck, Dr John 0. Rao of Osceola view the Interior of the

who served with the first Hospital and Rao Clinic In church, the altars stations of

president.All Kissimmee will! be the featured the Cross and statues. They

SainU Home speaker, March 24 at will be invited to Inspect the

Father John J. Burns, 7:30: p.m., in the St. Cloud confessionals and hear them

t,;' 1Ki chaplain of All Saints Home, Woman's Club Building on explained. A complete display
is preparing for the April Massachusetts Avenue He of sacred vessels, vestments
schedule of Forty Hours Devotion will address the general public missals and other r

at the nursing home on what the Second Vatican items of furniture in Catholic
I. for the aged in Jacksonville Council means to Chris services will be featured.
The Tertiaries of St Francis tians with particular emphasis -

and Mt. Carmel are planning on the ,ecumenical obJectiVes Pinedas Park

i L- #' 23 music and altar decorations of the Council. AU visitors CDA
30 L 4. Christ the King are welcome to the pro Court Blessed Elizabeth

Orlando women install officersFather Father W. Thomas Larkin gram for which no admissionwill Ann Seton of the Catholic Read display material
pastor, presented a Dominican be charged. Daughters of America will
Father misslnner to The sponsoring Is the hold a reception of new mem.
Cyril J. Kennedy PP.S. of- spending secretary; Mrs. Ralph I group Teachers who attended the workshop at St
members Guild of bers
of the Holy Name Society of St. In a ceremony on Sunday
ficiated at the recent installation of Schnur, vice-president; Mrs. John James School in Orlando found much Informative
Christ the King as the principal Cloud headed bv Joseph M. March 21. 2 p m in Sacred
officers of the Ladies Guild of St. An- Forester, president; Mrs. Leonard speaker on March 7. Father Shanaphy, president He said Heart School Pinellas material available u teaching aids. From the left,

drew parish in Orlando. Installed were, Cullen, recording secretary; and Mrs. Hilary Neal O.P, entitledhis that the National Council of Park. Mrs Henry Cunningham !! Mrs Ora Hutchins, Palatka; Mrs. Eva Rames,

from the left, Mrs. Paul Raty, corre- James Clark, treasurer talk "The New Look in Catholic Men's film on Americans district director will Maitland; and Mrs. Ellen Bernosky, Sanford, take

Catholic Devotions"The at the Council will be supervise the ceremony. All a minute to look at some of the new reading ms
event, including Com shown after Dr. Rao's ad. Catholic Daughters are cordially terial on display.

Tampa mouton breakfast at theS. dress. invited to attend. ----- -
& S. Cafeteria, followed
tarred Heart.
1St. Petersburg
8.30 o'clock Mass. There West Coast DCCW
ALPINE On Sunday, March 7 at were more than 150 mothersand Coming St. Petersburg
Sacred Heart parish's In.
The all new Nursing Home formation Center, Father daughters present.
Holy Name Church for the finest in Hurting Norman J. Rogge SJ. conducted All Saints events meets on M arch 25

Home Cart. the first in a series of All Saints Catholic Home ,... ...... .ot. f..... b... Edouard C. Craig
JACKSON'SSHOES 867.6573 four Instructions for engaged Auxiliary officers for 19AM6 fit" ...N.I ...M... ..* ...... SIN ANTONIO-The W est Coast Deanery, St Au-
were elected at the March .f .... t'*. !.*.! ......... A'- gustine Diocesan Council, will hold its annual spring CenVtebr. sad DMriW*
J4S6 2 lit Avt. South couples. The series Includes ..... ...... *f "..... ....ton
lectures planned for eveningsof meeting held recently.New .III k. ........ meeting at San Antonio on Thursday, March 23, with fWV
!March 14, 21 and 28 at 8 officers who will be the members of St Anthon;'y's Catholic Women's Club, %.. Metal, C.eessle.ed
DON BARDELLA installed at the April meetingare Spring deanery meeting of San Antonio Ties
o'clock. u
DANIEL T. WINTER ft CO.HolpDal : Mrs. Robert O. McGill, Southwest Coast Deanery of toiuo, Florida Reservations tlJ.14fh St. S. J47-4III
Meee. The conference is designedto The day's events will begin
,er School: Bonds president, Mrs. Joseph A. the Holy Name Society, must be in by March 22.
help to the fullness with Holy Mass at 9
a m. at
Ml Cental. Ave. I&M3SI Morrow first vice. March 21, Epiphany Church,
40} Florida Th.atrt Bldg of joy and happiness which president; Venice. St. Anthony's Church. Follow,
Mrs John G second
St. Ptttnburg God intends in the vocationof Regan, ing the Mass, coffee and rolls
of the St
vice president Mrs. Daniel Spring meeting
Phone 862-0381 1 family living centered in ; Augustine Deanery of the will be served In the St. Anthony
D. Berga

FUEL Order the said Sacrament Father Rogge of marriage, tary.: Mrs. recording Henry Sullivan secre parish DCCW, auditorium March 24. St.Jackson Paul Registration school csfeteria will! be held (4 %
corresponding and
In addition to the first Inktrurtion secretary; Yule before Mais and again at McDonald
.1 I Mrs John Priapi, treasurer
by Father Rogge, Student Center, St.
: OIL TodayBOWEN'S . Catholic laymen from the Arthur Also at F.this Ziegler meeting Mrs. Spring deanery meeting of Leo College where the remainder Sin ON NEW
fields of medicine law and spiritual West Coast Deanery of the of the program will
: finance will address the development chairman presented DCCW, March 23, St. Leo Col. take place The business session
: a talk entitled "Go CAR LOANS
couples on the medical, legal to lege. will begin at 10:15.:
Standard Oil Product 'je ]: and financial aspects of the Joseph. Spring deanery meeting, The meeting will recess fora NATIONIALp" 1 1e
8622450WE contract Into which they are Seminole Orlando Central Deanery of tour of the Abbey groundsand THE eB1ANK
St. about to enter DCCW, March 00. Blessed church The luncheonwill OF U.
HONOR STANDARDOIL Father Rouge said BWnrd Sacrament Trinity Church, Ocala. be served at I followed nTUSIU.G, FtO.rOA
: p m. 1000 TYRON 11.\0. a ""
Father Michael Covered dish
Cottrell April .
The formulation of the conference supper. by speakers Father
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that no personal commitmentis Patrick G. Byrne IC, attend. Charles social hall, Orlando. Ecumenical: Council 19M f / LEADING SANK

ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCY so total, so deep so per- ed the installation of officersfor Bazaar, May 2, Blessed and Abbot Marlon Bowmaa

JOHN H. RAFFTERY manent, as that of marriage. the Altar and Rosary Society Trinity parish Jacksonville, 0 S B.. "Friends Afar,"
It Is wise for the couple plan of Blessed Sacrament fried chicken dinner 12 to I Luncheon reservations are Parish PHARMACY
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prayer, on the values of mar the following: Ramada Inn Cocoa Beach.K 1275 per person should be
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afford engaged couples the Miss Eileen Brown, to 18, Academy of Holy try There Parish Pharmacies.DISSTON .

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a the company of other cou Cross September I. Mlsslea to bring six Imprisoned -
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ITS. Women in the parish interested Augustine, December .. from Western
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new Liturgy ." Three The Florida Catholic, Friday. March 19, INS

Sing to the Lord Priest Viet arrestedby Cong Educators to

hear officialat
SAIGON (:NOFather)
Priests of the Diocese of St. Augustine have been have the people respond with lon Dujon 46.; of the Paris

riling articles each week on the liturgy. The guest col. repeated refrain. foreign missions, was taken convention
I umnlst this week is Father Miguel Garcia He is a Priest The hymns for the Offertory prisoner by the communIst

from Spain who has Lake Conway mission and is a recommended by the diocesan Viet Cong in a Catholic village \SHI\GTOV (NO)-United

teacher at Bishop Moore High School in Orlando. Father Liturgical Commissionare in Kontum Province, States Commissioner of

uarcia is a member of the : central Vietnam, March 6. Education Francis Keppelwill
diocesan Liturgical Commission What Thou Gayest for the Many, if not all. of the villagers give the keynote addressat
,.. Taking P. 122. were taken away with the 62nd annual convention .

All Hail Adored Trinity him They belong to the Se- of the !National Catholic
WE OPENED the win. f Father P. 104. dang Mountain tribe' Educational Association next
I \.. ,
breeze and a fragrant .. Miguel The Most Reverend Archbishop iL .. _.. This Is the second! time Father month lie will speak at the
has caressed our souls opening meeting April 19 In
has also approved the Dujon was taken by the
mission Our churches chapels and Garcia practices of the pastors' using Department thanks Father Larkin \letCong. the !New York Hilton Hotel.
places resound "
every the traditional of The
hymns convention will
popular continue
Sunday morning with communal He was first seized by them
The diocesan Department of Kduca
devotion.The visors who prepared the program were until April 22 under the
and February 24, but
prayers released
songs. tlon expressed thanks to Father W, Sister Joseph Mary OP.. left and theme: Peace and Understanding
We are lucky We have vernacular, for the new liturgy other Liturgical Commission the next day About a year
Thomas Larkin and
to Sister Through Educatioe"Francis
Sister Damian SSJ
Mary Mary above he
been given the opportune to recommendations include ago was wounded badly
create, To create a popular : Ethelburga S.S.J.. right for their cooperation They were assisted by the pastor and when tile Viet Cong opened Cardinal Spellmanof

musical nature In the worshipping In the meanwhile, we will in sponsoring the recent area school principal in each area wherean fire with a machine gun on New York, host to the
faithful We can call render arceptsble praise to Communion hymns institute for elementary teachers of institute was held. him In the small French car :!O,om educator expected at

ourselves groundbreakers, pi- the Lord with a dignified use Where Charity and Love Pre- the Catholic schools Diocesan super In which he made the roundsIn the (convention will preside at
onsets of a tradition Authentic of what we hate at hand. tail, P. 137. his mountain parish the opening Pontifical Masson

tradition. !New and ancient. We have many hymns 0 Lord with Wondrous M)'.. '" "(" ....-- the same day In St Patrick's
New, because It Is being reborn which are quite appropriate tery r. 134 lid' N 11' .itorlerot +ww, ... 1 YRe :Jt$ ,tib.Ja Cathedral the NCEA

today: ancient for its There are numerous hymnsin Lord, Who at Thy First Eucharist .. f r' :: .' :,: said here.

reminiscence of the burning, the various h\mnals The Didst Pray, P. 129:!\! ( The celebrant will be Arch.
sonorous community of the Peoples Mass Book is already Humbly/ / \\t Adore Thee f .. ..,. i bishop John P Cody of New

first Christians, very well known among us It P. 131.Closing. .F Orleans, prt'Sldel1t.general of
The Secondatican Couneil contains a rich selection of 1. +. 41Irn the association of Catholic
's document declares sacred hymns hymns teachers and administrators.
'Liturgical worship is Auxiliary Bishop John S.
The diocesan Liturgical
Holy God. \Se I
praise Thy
Spence of
Washington will dt-
given a more noble form Commission has recommended -
Name, P 248
liver the
when the divine offices sermon.
are that people learn a fewtitles
To Jesus Christ Our
celebrated" solemnly I in which fit in properly for King P. 81 Speakers at the three "'1Ie
long. (ConstItution Art singing at Mass They can enl session *f the convention
113> be found on the following Sing Praise to Our Creator will bet

The Church strong millenarlan pages of the Peoples Mass P. 101.Crown .
tree. In its revitalizing Book Him With Many Homer D Babbldge, presU
cycles it is displaying a Crowns, P 82 dent, University of Connecticut
marvelous gamut of embryo Entrance hymns Faith of Our Fathers (traditional Storrs: Auxiliary Bishop!
buds melody). Clarence E Klwell of Clevt-
They exhibit such a 0 Holy Lord, by All Adored
bursting vitality that shortly p 107.Praise 1 r' land; and Sister Margaret!
they will branch profusely, Mass president of Trinity College.
blossom enchantingly and un to the Lord. P 247 composed Washington: DC

der their shadow we will find After the Epistle it seemsto : 0 Sessions will be held In the
IR K1INHInstead
( )
comfort. protection of fellowship '. serve a noble purpose to d Americana Hotel, the !New
have the of an entrance hymn at the York Hilton
presence of Christ lie congregation and the New
is where a few gather in I llsa the Gradual Alleluia or beginning of the new lol1n- PScene York Coliseum the CEA
lain Mass' there's .111.
name. Tract. texts of which some a s said
pastors have copied In each ing in song" composed| bv: Ia
the Concerning Lord our portion of Sunday bulletin Or the pee.pie her John Barry of the Glen- at Jacksonville teachers'The sets
vineyard it is our mary Home Missioners herein Named locate
can short
sing psalm or
hope will
our own we. modernized soon produce sacred ejaculation of thanksgiving. North Carolina. Department of Education of Christ the King School above, In groups met In as many classrooms MTICW CITY (NC) -

music that we can sing Thus they can concentrate Soon to be published by the the Diocese planned area teachers' Jacksonville shows one group just tor the afternoon discussions following Frmeneglldo Cardinal Flwlt

our English. not other music their attention and prepare World Library of Sacred Music institutes for elementary school before demonstrations began In demonstration in the morn of Florence hat lees named

They have already done solemnly for the Gospel Cincinnati, the Mats faculties this month. That held at the classrooms Seven different ing. papal legate to the 17th Hal-
closes with a ""..IkinaoutlOne Ian national euihsrlitie congress
much in France Belgium ---
Offertory hymnsAt ," to be held In Pisa June
Germany and Spain, in the
this. time and during the These are Tarheel" ex Variety in booksInfluence I to 13

distribution of the Body of presslons, said Father Barry
Christ the choir or selected pastor of St rancls of Asusichurch JACKSONVILLEINCOME
JACKSONVILLERELIGIOUS group of cantors tan performa here His Applachian
most creative dialogue Let mountaineer parishioners of Pope John XXIII recounted

the choir sing the verses and hive a tradition of balladryand TAX

BOOK "a tremendous love for d( ; Nodal( Thought of Rut for those who sub| to ihliinka prison, and finally (lean Pavilion at (the World'sFair" EMPIRE ACCOUNTING

& GIFT SHOP God" he said John :\\III: Mater: etMagiMra make a thorough study ofI'opt sentenced I* IS years at hard 'Catholic Education. In SERVICES

tu.TIi.a rP rI .. ... The songs have a "moun = ," by Father Jean.Yves John ncyelleal I I. labor In a prison tamp. the United Males' plus 46 721.01)1F
Nt cysts"I vs aosusi.ssun. tam bit" except for the Com Mother and Teacher this IIart pages of ntws of Catholic Interest ...b V N...,.. Aft NeIll.
Calves SJ.I translated He served his and
-" aid to understanding senteme I .lv.t.Hv Mi.4 a
wl..ll1ratrmT --I mission song, whkh has a Indispensable during the past year,,
IS f father (ieorgeJ. 'I. MrKenfie ultimately, became a fret
'' "T. r>) of its !
plaintive character Like the many Implies.twins.
earn.., TUB .1"0 let SFrn !H.M. Chi worker In the USSR, Finally In addition to much new
,........ aNS "-..,, ( y' strain of nostalgia In mountain lOgner, he returned to the United' material, the Almanac contains .
.... 121 $.U.It V John K:
Uadaa 101.4 ballads it is supposed to cago. pp. Ry Kjaittimil Mates In exchange for a all of Its regular/ fea
Phone 72I-065S express the communicant Is a tribute to the pene Russian held here lures which have been
homesickness for heaven Father teaming Influence of the good led) In Hun- prisoner .
brought data and revised
,. / w + This story alone! Is remarkable lip-to
_n nn'u''u' u'u,," EOONO-CM Barry said. Pope John that his work con W .U," b"alh'.I.. !. but much more Impressive where necessary These include 1100)1asaaeeal
tlnues to attract the Interestof Writ "SJ with llnnlr) I. biographies. of Cardinals

Is the light/ It cants
"' ft upon!
l D'art Al -3 Sees missioners scholars ss well as the admiration Ilalwrty S.... Mitirsw Hill the author lie kept his faith Archblihops and Itishops -
of men of widely'
e. r ..NT few Urk. :SOJ pi| MOVThis ) and courage through the listings/ of religious or
WrTatta.r. .,.. .1,nr n'r .. ':.,.,,"'10. t'ATIC.t1 nT"l't ) vi TV ing backgrounds > .Is an extraordinary darkest hours, constantly den and lay organltalkms, a
',.. ,,I I..uia r all,, Pope I'aul1.. speaking last The famous French Jesuit look describes ministered to (Nine seeking dictionary, of Catholic terms, aewaleSTIAKS
rather Cistek M.f.B.. Mgr, week to a group of IS mis- here gives us a highly. tech, a calendar of feast days, and
his untold
services at risk to
himself ... ..
as a rather stubborn, .a.5 M .r TMs./
signers leaving for Africa repetted nlcat anal Ms of Mater etMaglttra
353-7419 Catholic statistics of all varieties
r hard headed person of Polmh himself' and left his mark M. 55154allala
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214 W, ForsytH $.. send forth as lambs in the ancestry He stubbornly In upon a country that openlysuppKees .
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MCWONWIt WNtSl But he added other seeds I heroics and with E 'stE RLI'NGP'HAR'MA'CV'
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The Life of Our Lord God'i world

Catholic CommentFor Jesus said traditional Let virtue rule your gift of speechIT

mands that there bi agreement

prayers of JudaismIN is a wonderful gift this between what is in our

education of Priests power of speech this mind and what is on our lips.

the Holy Family's early ability to communicate with

years In Nazareth what our fellow men and especiallywith Father By our lies we make oar

greatest gift that a family can postgraduate work to keep up with was happening in their I those whom we love. gift of speech Into a weaponto

THE to the Church of God is that the ever increasing need for teachers world Palestine remember u Sight and hearing are precious Leo J.Tresl'. be turned against God, Instead

of a Prieiit Although every family is The greater portion of the Priests of Juden Samaria, Galilee gifts. too. of an Instrument to bused

rot blessed with a Ion or a brother in our Diocese are directly connected and all the bits and pieces- Frank J.Shced i Yet neither blindness nor for Ills work

the Priesthood nevertheless every with our high schools. This demands was only about the size of deafness isolate us from It may seem at times that

Catholic can share in the work of edu. social training in secular subjects. Vermont News did not take others as much as does there is a conflict between

must if long to spread from end to dumbness Perhaps wt hale a obligation to the
eating our Priests Our high school system grow end of it.Further. who Wfruitful our truthful
and obligation to
to accommodate the numbers our practice
we are
This will stress our annual
Sunday we
the annual has suffered a blood clot in
vocal or charity.
of children who need and want output of our justice
appeal for seminarians This collection a to Jerusalem for the part of the brain whkh

helps defray the great cost of Catholic high school education. the feasts of Passover, Pentecost 6 49 beginning controls speech. If so, we chords will One be words of the spokenin greatest individual We may who encounter asks a prying
charity. questions
educating our Pnests. Our seminarians Your gift to God by way of the and Tabernacles meant "Hear 0 Israel: the Lord our know how pitiful it Is to witness desecrations of our gut of about matters which we are

are studying all over the world. In seminary collection will give you a that nothing of any conse God Is one God. Thou shalt the frustration of such a speech is to indulge in mall' not at liberty to reveal These

addition to this nearly all our Priests share in the education of Priests. No quence happened anywhere love the Lord thy God with person as he tries so hard touprt'u cious gossip and unkind criticism may be professional confidences
in Palestine that what is In his mind
have completed or are pursuing; some work is more worthy of your charity known in Nazareth. was In those not thy whole heart, and with thy yet cannot It is especially offensive such as those of a

whole soul and with thy to God if we create unhappiness Priest doctor or lawyer: or
early most of the
years news whole strength. And these .\. Is true of all of Cod's in our own home they may be matters which
about the
Sacred Scripture was blood. Herod the shedding Great's eld of \l'ol'd.hkh I command thee gifts, our power of speech with angry sarcastic or belittling would be seriously harmful to

this day shall be In thy heart. mutt be used for God's pur- words another or to ourselves it rt-
est surviving Archelaus
I And thou shalt tell them to pours It must be used for Sealed
had begun by killings which :Mere abstinence from uncharitable
children' and thou shalt food and not for nil. when
thy not t However, questionsare
the Jewish historian Jose- speech Is >
Law-abiding achieve happinessAS meditate them sitting .
upon asked by someone ho
phus totals at three thousand.And The noblest use to whichour enough God; e\P<-ets us to
in thy house, and walking on has no right to the information .
that was only a beginning tongue can be put It to use our lingual ability in push
we saw last week, the temple They art all quite thy journey, sleeping and address he seeks, the conflict between
God in pra>er. live acts of charily.We
author of psalm 118 wicked ((95)), proud and overbearing rising justice or charity and
One sees why Joseph decided It Is a mean return we
represents the three main ((51 89, 85, 122)), Insensible The second passage was do so for example veracity is only a seeming(
to keep Jesus out of make God His if
to for
currents of religious thought to Coda appeals Deuteronomy 11. 13-21 beginning gift when we speak out in defense conflict Actually it is not a
Father hlle
Archelaus seldom to Him .
in the late Old Testament ((70)), deceitful ((85B6)) And it reigned tht're.What "If you obey my commandments we speak perhaps of someone whose character lie to say to the inquisitor i

period lie begins as follows: John J. could hardly be otherwise, which I command only on Sunday or when is being attacked. \\e do so do not know." That is, "I do

"Happy whose 1 since they follow a false rule must have grippedthe you this day that you In need We convict ourselvesof when we cheer another with not know" as far as this particular .
are they ('lIlelot Ingratitude if let day
we a
of life attention of :Mary and love the Lord your God, and encouraging words or with person is concerned.
way is blameless, who walk
without to God
ire Joseph most was the sudden serve Him with all your pass directing words of honest praise. \\e do Theologians give to this
in the law of the Lord
Happy All of these trials how. some words of love, praise,
who upsurge of men claiming to heart and with all your soul so when we give helpful guidance type of answer the name of
are they observe his de.trees
who seek him with all ever have !lad a salutary be the :Messals for the carpenter He will give to your land the gratitude and repentance.Our or instruction to another mental reservation
be crowdedone
effect. and his wife knew ho early and the latter rain that day may a Any dedicated teacher
their heaits This Is the
You hate fundamental with no time for lengthy Prayerfulness charitableness
the :Messlas was. you may gather In your corn, (especially a teacher of religion -
They have made him
commanded that your pre conviction of the psalmist, ('onersatlon11th God. How and truthfulness.If .
be and he for the to realize the lengths to which a and your wine, and our i Is an outstanding example
repts diligently kept" prays grace Three men whose names .' ever even the busiest day

((14'; ). Iivt this conviction personally man can go when he Is unfaithful are known to us were emboldened oil can be peppered through( with of spel''hll'1I used our talk always exempli

to the law. Ills The third was Numbers 15 After prayer and charily, Lea these ,'Irtue.If shall bt
In his role ai teacher of "Oh, that I might be firmin by the death of brief salutations such as.

true wisdom he explains the the ways of keeping your enemies are living proof of Herod the Great to claim that 3741. beginning "The Ford "Blessed I be God" "\Iy the third duty which our gift able to give God a good account .

secret cf achieving real happiness statutes!" ((5)Apparently ). that. And he now knows that they were the Expected of also said to Moses: Speak to Jesus 1 lose You." 'Holy of speech imposes upon us is of our stewardship

his own misfortunes are the the children of Israel and the obligation to speak truthfully He will have no cause to
as an expert in the he has not always Israel, there were others as !Spirit guide me, or "All for
result of his personal Infidelity thou shalt tell them to maketo regret having endowed
Law he urges dedication to been faithful In the well, whose names have not You, God uswith I

the, and as an authentic past he strayed from the path : survived The thl'l'ee know themselves fringes In the After prayer. the most The virtue of veracity de the gut of speech
of their
'Befoie I was afflicted I corners garments
discipline of the great prophets marked out by God, and God about all assumed the crown,
ribands of
In them
went astray but now I holdto putting
he exhorts his audience In His Justice, punished him all fought hard all were Pope Paul VILabor
that when shall
to seek God Himself as severely by allowing him to your promise ((67)), slam The most famous of blue they
"It is for !we them they may remember
good me that I
revealed In His word. In his I
them Judas the Galilean:
fall victim to a serious illnets estdblished -
all the commandments of
have been afflicted that I
view ,
all three elements himself in
blend most happily may learn jour statutes" is. only a few miles the Lord may do them wins heaven men
In addition to his physical ((711.) and be holy to their God.
; and his own slayings -
Real happiness ran be won ailments, persecution has His new awareness has were on a considerable All three passages are con.rtrnt'd Following I is the conclusionof life with the level of perfect member a foremost pledgewe

only b? living according to overtaken him ((84, 88)), His 1 given[ him 5bU\', all a justified stale in all the area with the Command the translation of the sermon Ion I and development towhich must love work. These activities. .

the divine law, Rut since the tormentors come from several hatred for everythingthat delivered for Septuagesima the Greater destined it which often give us
It Is
meals fascinating to
law Is Coda; As I the whole of those
It'If.renlalion. classes: unjust magistrates smacks of I lying, for say see what Our) )lord did with ( Sunday by Pope at its highest goal It is in so much trouble and OUl'Dmake
the person who nlmnei It ((23, 161)), far example false rules of life mles early years streamed with
contrary them when the lime came for I'aul1 at a Mass in St. I'e deed a matter of the relations us complain and even
wholeheartedly will find God; and Priests who are unfaithful to those laid down blood Rut one single picture,
by 'Him lo teach tl'r'l basilica for several between the human being and hate them which give rise
Himself remains horrifyingly in the
to their duties in the Truth Himself mind. Die Roman crucified groups of Italian workers In the natural world with the to many bitter sentiments. rebellious

r The first He made the very it the Pope discussed the necessity objective of conquest and of and restless must
two thousand in and
men center of ills teaching,, as ;it for work and its nature transformation. be regarded in the Christian
Fothor MIcKool V. Gonn around Sepphoris. and left
so evidently was of His life. with firm and
t the bodies to rot on theircrosses. Work at first appropriates conception a
Mil.*.. ., N.", ." De Dies When lie summarised Gods energies, and then other elements serene e>'.
other words, what Is here
commands In the two commandments
I IN' in order to draw advantage
Our Lady and her Son could of love this one presented is the twofold They must lead us to pert.
from them Even
hardly have gone to the edge Ill" calls the first and great action of God regarding man- cease In the program<< .f
CR6At; ClUptGRS in when things are 'hostile, \useless
of the town without seeing cot t the other which Is love the first is one of Justice, the earthly existence, the vrrji\
passive and maybe
them Somehow family life of neighbour, depends hollyUIII' second Is one of mercy. design of dodTherefore .
harmful (work) transforms

1LoinV1 J I \ CAtholic histot, y went on.9'Ite it These are matters *f Immense them into useful' realities, it is necessary to
Hut the second .
lime came when Jesus' passagewhich Importance which I into good factors in the structure accept with strength and

was old enough to he taken seems to promiseeaithly would deserve extensive explanations of life, it turns them into resignation the difficultiesand

Chapter M rectified In line with the States, the Church readily lo the synagogue on the !hart prosperity' to those and II Is fitting (10 riches, draws from them afflictions which toil entails

AFTER a great deal of de new regulations, recognized as valid and bind bath who obey God s word and almost underline few Me know that goods negotiable for our to the point where lit

on the pioMcm in Ihls last provision" not ing all mamaces!: between treats material well- ne are talking today to a needs and our necessities. can see in it, even though it
) Ilie being as a fruit of righteous
pam, a decision was handed surprisingly turned out to be Protestant or non Christian service there began grral multitude .( workers. \\e are then in full agreement is suffering. the design of
down In November 1792 formed Ixforeministers with the reading of the ness Is not part of His mes'
by pet God who makes love the
difficult of execution and in exalting this aspectof us
Sliema hire( NINe I He carries men further The parable it
of is at were
liishop Augustm' Rubin de or civil officials passages(
thing His work who makes
life It -
scat never rigidly enforced is <<'tIIHry to work
Cevnllos, of Jaen the competent provided the couples \\C'rt'frC't' Scripture. \\e know that the deeper they must be based on the call of workers I
As late and it us love the goods producedb
when is to
as 1802 Father necessary percone
juridical authority to marry and there were devout Jew would recite the prepared for suffering and to their labor To be matt.

liishop Cevallos ruled that Olieilly cited a non Catholic no other invalidating 11111'1'lh.nll'lIls. same three passages In his death for their obedience to the parable dues not intend in this the design of industriousness
God Therefore a of life the best
to intend
couple appear licfoie his Him. we to way
1'1 olr lant and non.Chi'Istian morning and evening In any way to draw the picture
ecclesiastical tribunal on the The third be diligent in employing our and providential results to be
couples could be married by prayers.Since. passage lie never of the social situation.
the parish Priest solely charge that they had attempted The one truly great accomplishment refers to at all-apart from a and discuss industrial' or manual time not in idleness nor in distributed and to be mad

as the official acting witness of marriage in Georgia before of the Church during | Our Lord said them warning against taking<< the labor as we understandit exploiting those gifts we already beneficial not only for our ftl

a Protestant minister the twice a day it is south our have. but to them low beings
second I use
God and of the State to the Spanish period outward show of dtvotwn asa in our times The concept
expression of conjugal) consent the governor fnrhlue'hltt': was the construction, at Icinglast while to liHik at them ourselves substitute for the Inner of I the parable is much vaster well and to acquire others to This Is the stupendous Instrument

but not within the persuaded the Priest to drop of a new )parish church /reality. Riband of blue are and intends to define the use the strength we possessfor which raises us

church building nor with the the matter, on the argumentthat for st. .Augustine: Hie first passage as I>eu- not part of His message proper place of the activity a working colloquy with from earthly nourishment' to

the 1792 decree had nature around us. the nourishment of heaven
to the
use of any sacramental formula labor. of man
Nut; since Moore burned _
never been officially promulgated the bread we win the economic
) Here We would advance
nuptial at owe is the first some
blessing, or ecclesiastical the iKlesia mayor" in 170'Jhad
In the for
vestment northern districts Question boxCreed preceptive norm rememberthat rhf'r\lt., however" and goods we provida

wheie the couple resided tht members of thl'plIl'lsh labor is It make some not insigaifkafltotoervatMM ourselves, become almost a
necessary is
Indeed the possessed a church to gift of far
Bishop sent on, an obligation of regarding our m anticipation a

all such couples acre obI!- The more lenient practice call their own. Even: the old used at Mass which roIIC.,... all principle of exist\ conception of such values. as greater gift whkh the Lord

gated to be married In this of the American thurrh to parish church of the 1051'sass ) ere those asserted by the present has prepared for us hi"

manner; and all previously l the north also contributed to little more than four It is that day .orld perpetual reward the breadof
necessary human
contracted unions I rlnnrtestlne the tempering of Spanish real walls! and a roof and its delapulatrd life be a life without end
of active value far
condition, had been more explicit belief in ender to be we different td
or otherwise, were to be on this point, in the Limited condemned In both ecclesias.tiral perfect and to save itself superior consideratMsw They Therefore. rather than aPplying
from this derives s pri dwelt rather on the human ourselves work
i anti civil retorts\ long (). II ec a use of rircuin form of it to belief the soul full of rancor of lamentation
In coniMierMion .
before express mary which reverses aspect. which is therefore
M. J. Murray got hold of it. stances beyond mv control I the divmitv of Christ of idea eialted. of criticism. let
many our it forfeiting that it
Still It was better than hospital brtn'rllt is

base off from all In the us accomplish it wtth thelively
filth century the !Nicetie is net what we are which precisely the economic and.
chapels and upperstory's my usual extra devotions. I Igel Creed was u.ed.' like benefits our salvation Indeed noiely operative characteristic desire to fulfill our duty

Strange but true of Itishups'\ houses << lo Sunday :beau and the Apostles Creed as a profession .1 t times different conditions which. stands revealed well and to make our toil upright -

.\mit\ was bitter than the 'Holy/ days, but for the partIwe of (faith before Baptism ran make. retpunsibUtty greater the. origin of many strugglesand ai meritorious ai d twn

Copyright, 115'C! : \t\\1: Service church building begun! sometime ( years ante once have I Then early In the sixth The fact of being nth of the discomforts of the e,t as ne'i as fruitful in die:

i before 1737 which been at a public recitation of century it was recited during healthy. knowledgeable. 'or.tUDal. restless psychologies sloth rah' \"\ the rope! that' .

w 7hhr never progressed beyond the the rosary! Has there been a Mass al Constantinople. .. does not constitute mark our era tar:*"' 'e ra1 rrc are fief

JpewNifnlMReasKgRAVa w eathn'fd foundation that change In the recitation of and its use quickly spread Uriel-mining..-.--,- motive far. a :e cf l'trm.I' i.le So be It,

iraty still stood In the plaza across the rosary* through the Eastern: Church saved Those who save themselves being. (lul4'ld.l' sill l leek es

the' street from the governor 1 am aware of the change tate in that same century the are those who work work as the Lord leaches II,

s house of "llolv !Spirit"' In place of Hysantmes brought it to We save oumive not through first .f all by placing It .Ith-- l1t .flor'id

.aA4+n ra. raMly the restoration of !Spanishrule (reed the same as I .itlaughl goths of Spain were being not through that which .
',.i } KFrrMUN e work become
aAWf@err St Vugustme's even arshmeet
wnioowwardrwnet more than fifty years converted from \riamsra hate obtained hut through after Cathotiera {

r i oe rYesca'i [ religious desire was to ago* Tht'1.1: (reed Is enllrrly (the heresy which Nirea had what we do. It is our actions \/' "to. the our 1.11 i ies
AIC. D.s ivN IDULneuanur build nf'dt't'l'nt sweat of >Ihl
,. a commodious diffrrrnt
,- is Akwe rbt than my "I condemned I.) .o this creed which. save us brow thou shall

aloof w eeAf ar. and If possible, ornate belles" was particularly useful. at a earn Ih\ 'uu_ ..... .._.
R ) J Rean/.r u..r ,IWCOwDRETON a toot parish churc. renunciation of their oM Therefore. the mral' ,rob. .t..,... t 155.110' 1.11.. '_

A .\mid.1I the flux and errol'l.11 the people km e.ncenlag! aclUn .be.c .. Human activity which I ... elf ice

Tentative efforts In that fluctuations of modern life ordered to it at were .mes fundamental for UP could have bees a i*'aantexercise Ill >.* (M .tal _.

direction! bgan In I7K4, whew the rosary remains say Mass abet! .,.... ..
unchanged before Itinerary U the gal !hat become r the ( .e4..i..i!
father llasselt wrote t. the jest the PattI'.t: ,,: ...
.f ... ,1"11I. It economy ., fallen Mae .ef
Is fro
a profession of true faith before aetrtiary across .
captain general .f (Cuba Hernarito a-a _
PARDONS A'u :More than :SO ) ears ago you Communion I. Serb: such Is the lint .. be ten*. DM M rt -...... I. .. '04' to
155 ..Mfr d M a.CeOMD de fialvri.;
.Npr.I4e.M.rS : learned the Apostles Creed Charlemagne began use of lesrking *f the parable be clear that it is not a cross h. r I. ..,.. .. ._

Mee w we etafu a ,r r" "It heroines necessary! an early formulation' of the the :Nicene Creed at Mass of doair sond hotrod but '.r ". .. a' "",. 1'_ "_ '..
MrtrM, ey that main points of our Christian in Others fellow. one unme a cross which redeemsThere .... 'H ,......., ('.......
MMa, f lour Honor take! steps his emptre. where the custom! diattty retarding the "'." .r'_. ..... M' .
V.r toward building an appropriate belief used as a professionof spread slowly In the encounter is M wort an. .incalculoWe sr 45sh.. ...wb.r.'sa'.wun' .
t Is faith before Baptism with Die modem con retene of Ai.... 0r.-.
temple at the most fitting toed. of
eleventh century the I ,. .
MJ.MCI v. emperor temporary social trend which .u ..... IN se tr .
rao.lul a. location, of the necessary ex In the Mass we recite the" Henry' II veiled Rome and makes activities hopes and of raise whalemake 5. ua

anions mar rn, ,l tension 'apac'ily, c I I. a nil.I i Nicene Creed, a more explicit Sac surprwed that the Mcene the tvpiral and and work. tf Mused beese.e it

w.1 wlY w Wve MNw.IIf11M.+nM j nets, and proportions, wrmhare theological statement of Creed was not said there fMlatMMM of life fishiest maw coma' fro* the .hfc of Ui
I What
Mt1n Rat completely lacking at our beliefs. which developed during Mass Pope itg we and Wa fe to Cud.tnd .
Benedict think of it' The answer M ..,._ ti..M a. ....
present durin* the mirth '''lItunand \'III told him that Home had simple and immediate tit lastly, one more re ........ a.rwa.
... FMeewaa (;uI.rnur 2esprd second was formally awrpMat always. !been tree of duitrMul' .. .
razor sMC+twtors N\AIY * . e. .,. wfw 1.M il.4$ 5 t.C.INC..r eM.sIP04UeC eJ lie recommendation but a statement of faith at the errors, so dd nut tired to say .gMIYp. workers wthi art Iksi.nsn. ..... '. .......

e iaMgy5.affrUwA7vsrtet i rwaei c./drr two full years elapsed' before ('utln..., of Chakedun in /'. the Creed' often Hut to please That is to nay a t believe Me and Mho all of M woetm to Hiis .. Ir' .,.,. .........

j'-' a.llcrattar eIcA no tantd5s the community learned that It Kris: it* name (from the the emperor he put it .m theM that ,orfc, Ih'".t mutt seek ties 8U e 4w..... C ._
a w Q.rn rxer, ru a King Charles III I had acted (.in.. II! Ni if irT Mile we Mould be
t r rwr ++ i, on i HI .j TJS! wl 1 h ..v' at Ira-f ,lor, SumU'S Tan i I. r'eft, b% (I.j i .ni S,'. ". ,
it used a siuiit, and iciUin rr i I.i-it I', >>.'r-J fV 1' IN* bast das it 14 iml.>ltmiI.i | in jniio IriJat.Marrh .
fiat *.1! Of Uod, Ict US ft-


'J. .' 1'" -.. "" FIv i The norMa Catholic, Friday, March 19, 19G
Micara dies at 85 ; : ] ______
; I'>II.. ; .'.., ... ), 1 .t:' .

served in many curia officesROME .v Council seen changingway

(JsC)-demente Cardinal Micara. ,vicar gen. In January of 1949, Cardinal of life in Spain

fral of the Pope for Rome, and vice dean of the college Micara spent four da>s in

of Cardinals, died on March 11 at the age of 85 New York as the guest of By Manuel Min

I His funeral was held on Monday (March 15)) and he Francis Cardinal Spellman. MCYVC\ News Service

was buried in a Bide chapel of the Dominican church of En route at the time to Cali MADltID The Second Vatican Council U havinga
Santa Maria sopra Minerva in Colombia, where he was to bo tremendous
downtown Rome. This was impact on Spain, changing not only the
papal legate to the six-nation
given him as his titular! church when Pope Pius XII Bolivian Eucharistic Congress outward appearance of the Catholic Church but making
created hum a cardinal in itself felt also on the very foundations of political! and
he assisted at a solemn
February of 1946. confined to his bed again Mass at St. Patrick's cathedral i t1' social life.

When he rose to the rank of shortly afterward. Pope Paul in a special throne erected Spain is and baa been a Catholic nation since it was

Cardinal Bishop i e v e r a I spent a half.hour visiting him opposite that of Cardinal ; (ITt united under Queen Isa.tx-1-
months later, the Pope in an that July just a week after Spellman.In la in the 15th century "We feel sure that in fol.

extraordinary action kept him his coronation. addition to his duties as Bccauk of the clove ties lowing faithfully the Inspiration

in charge of the ancient Cardinal Micara, whose vicar general of Rome and that bind the vhirch and religion of the Church we are

Gothic church as well as of death reduces the college of Bishop of Velletri, Cardinal to everyday activities pursuing the best path towardthe

the tuburbicarlan diocese of Cardinals to 102 members Micara was chancellor of the the effects of she council will fulfillment of the supernatural
Velletri 31 of them Italians, had Pontifical Lateran University be seen clearly In the count goal of each of us,"

Cardinal Micara received served in the papal diplomatic and for a time was presidentof try's economic and social he said. "At the same time
we will achieve here
the sacrament of the Anoint. corps for close to 40 years the pontifical commissionon structures customs, and form on earth
a of
ing of the Sick on the day he when he was called to be a sacred archeology even in its political development spending to the coexistence re

died. And when he was set at Cardinal of the curia. He had several I bouts with It Is not only the spirit Christian charity principles. ,"
the point of death he received Born December 24. 1879, in illness in the late fifties. I His of change that Is impressivehere

a special blessing the town of Frascati, now a health had been deterioratingfor it Is the suddenness of Spain will continue to be a

from Fernando Cardinal Cen Rome suburb, Cardinal Mi several years' and the the change.One Catholic nation. If the 'harch

to, the Church'i major penitentiary cars was a member of an final crisis, which began who returns to !pain renews Itself 'In order to live
Four other Cardinals aristocratic and illustrious March 3. was laid to kidney will find changes In many In the modern world, Spain

were at his bedside at family A great.uncle Ludov> failure arras of religious and social cannot help but follow,

the end including Eugene ico Micara, and had been a Cardinal Tragtla celebrated' life Catholic Action and the In the past Spain has been
Cardinal Tisserant. missionary Bishop In India lay apostolate bl.n extraordinary
the funeral Mats In SI. Ps.per's a country of sinners and
and Tibet and was dean of new strength and
I.ul1. basilica. Pope Paul presided saints. I'nfortuantely' there
Pope who ass afteld the spirit The Catholic has
college of Cardinals in press
at the and have been
friend of Cardinal Micara. 1(46. ceremony Improved and Is more influential many more sinners
went Immediately to kli I performed the absolution. than saints.
March is Vocation Month national life Secular
Clemente Micara studiedfor
Now however thanks
to the
('b.H'lln the Vatican U
which used
pray the After the funeral the body newspapers to
Priesthood at the
for had him on learning that drain Roman Pontifical Seminaryand was transferred privately to>> O JESUS, Divine Shepherd of souls, warmth of love, no that answeringYour shun church news are now that council the it small Is very number ponible of

tome the Capranlca college and the Dominican church who called the become featuring articles on the council
Apostles to call many young men may prolong saints will\ increase that thereat
lie also sent a telegram to was ordained on September a tomb, chosen by the late fishers of men, now call the ar. here Your minsion, become "th number of sinners will

the Cardinal's nephews and 20. 1 other relatives within the papal secretariate years In the Mass In.Spinlsh Catholicism
praising him participate will have less de
make them Your followers and mln1st world:
for the nearly 1$ years he had of state. Father Micara was The Vatican City newspaper Catalan Basque and fects.
aided three popes in governing given his initial diplomatic L'Ossrrvatore Romano revealed ttr'. Let them share Your thirst for Extend, 0 Lord, your loving call .allclan..

the Rome diocese assignment as secretary in (March 13)) that the that universal redemption for which to many pure and generous-hearted

Pope Paul had gone to visit Buenos Aires Pop spoke with Cardinal Mi. You daily renew Your Sacrifice upon young women, that they may grow In Parish life Is being reborn Mass guide
cars by phone shortly before especially In the large citiei.
the altar their desire for evangelical perfectionand
ailing prelate to him
give la 1MO. Pope Benedict XV the prelates death It said Early In February, three pas-
his personal blessing on NewYear's stained Monslgnor Micara titular the Pope rt'nthi' expressions O Lord! Jeans, "alvvavi living to may dedicate themselves to the ton In Toledo voluntarily surrendered SUNDAY 3rd March 21

eve The Cardinal, Archbishop .f Apamra of solicitude and Imported make Intercession for us," extend our service of the Church and their neigh- their canonical of Sunday Sunday Creed of Lent.Preface(Mats

bedridden in his apartment in and appointed him apontollcnunel a special apostolic bless horizons to the entire world, where so bora who so desperately need auch an.aiatance 'ownership" of their parishesto of Lent.lMONDAY ,

the palace of the Apostolic U the new nation of ing "...hrh the Cardinal re many brethren make silent aur>|>lica. and charity Amen give the Archbishop more March 22

the Chancery Vatican about a mile from Czechoslovakia lie was consecrated ceived Ith a moved and reverent lion for the light of truth and the Pole| I'liul1 freedom of appointment. Ancient ( Slats of Monday of the 3rd
had been visited
on August I. ItO, In gratitude," customs Ilk. these are. week of Lent
Preface of)
bjr Popes number of times
the Rohrmlaa College la dying fast.Catholics, Lent)

before Pope John XXIII Home Sum and substanc o Holy Father lauds her are more TIKSDAY.' : March aMass
paid several
aware of their ties with the
During World War II ( of Tuesday of the
visits to his bedside the and
rest of the Church and the
last in March of 1963. when his second experience of parents 3rd week of Lent, Prefaceof
outside world. There Is
a new
he himself was approaching occupation of Belgium Homily's i ifTPHE mpact aided by critique Lent I
his final illness, Cardinal Mi Archbishop Micara pleaded make for retarded Interest In caring<< for the |xx' >rand WKRNKMHY.: : March :M
of the world
hungry esflally -
cars despite his treble health successfully In the name of ( preacher Insulted tat. been that In all my years %'nlc.fiT (1\0: ) |* In Latin America (Mass \\cdnevlay! of the

had been able to take part in Pope Plus XII/ for the sparingof << 1 our intelligence lie o' preaching to congrega- Pox| "..ul1 has assured I'ntll' quit recently, the averag :3rd" week of of I.rnt, 2ndPrayer .
St Gabriel
the conclave at which Pope the Belgian capital lie talked down to us as if w* t ,"i 115 only once has anyone parents of retarded children Catholic Ignored the Preface
of Lent
Paul was elected, but was was not however, successfulin were illiterates lie ranted v" tten m* to pralu or die that his prayers are with few Protestants who lived )ITHURSDAY.

his J personal plea to remain and raved about problemsthat .lh.1' P' ui"* a sermon (except for them In their great sacrifice. near him a disinterest that March 23Annunciation
of the liles'rdMrgln !
At martyr rite with the Belgian people passed out with mv Julia R. 1 a few mentally disturbedp "Suffering i Is the heritage was not particularly Chrislists Mary (Mass of
during the occupation The ,
grandfather He inked sons .
of the strong, the Pop _
feast, Gloria, 2nd Prayer of
K\MP\L\NC-President( ) nazis expelled him and the money money, money The alms.I. Then are some in !Spain'
I have rounded out many said to members of the Italian Thursday of the 3rd wrcit
Edward Mutesa and Premier rest of the diplomatic corps laity generally feel that it'salways who fear that the
ether Prleits on this point national association for families rapid ape| of Lent, Creed, Prrfac of
of which he the dean-
:Milton Obote of Uganda led was 1 open season on and I have found that their of retarded children prowl of religious toleration Illraied Virgin >
thousands of their countrymen and he returned to Rome In preachers In any discusswm riprrlenre has brm almost laws' may undermine traditional FItll.\Y, March MMais
at a celebration here in July of 1940.Clrdln.1 of parochial! affairs, they Inevitable Identical 'It Is a rlrar alga, so I* faith and the preeminent ( cf c.f
Friday the 3rdseek :
honor of the 22 martyrs of Micara was entrusted fet down to criticism of these special talent or Unquestionably, our 1 lay speik, of (she mjklrrluushrntenly place the Catholic of Lent, Preface of
I'ganda canonized last October with a multitude of of Sunday sermons.I chariMiii of the lads in a audience has been will which wants us Church holds in ,public life. lent.)

Grrgorio Cardinal I tasks In the Roman curia. In admit that our era Is not sermon at the ( oust il "It /Is read) to criticize our very srr- to /br sated by hate means of the In a New Year's message, SATt'HI).\Y. Man:h V
,Agagianian head of the Congregation 1M7! he became prefect of the Cross. tou been re.gardrd Generalissimo FranciscoFranco
the duly of to listen
one of the golden ages ol pul pastors mon when they had an (11)0| (Mass of Saturday of the
<< of the Propagationof congregation of rites In 1930 pit oratory but to lay critics ruefully and with an open put(unity to do so but they as worthy of this l Spanish chief of state, :3rd week of lent, ?rd,
the he was made prefect of the Cross, and the lAIrd has give to calm these
Faith and Laurean attempted
heart and
to laymen
ol the Priest at pi earner. 1 repeatrdty have felt no sense of reslonnbihty Prayer of St Duress
Cardinal Rugambwa of Bu- congregation of religious I I IOU strength to carry II, frara, and at the same hit
like to direct the question to engafte M a living to help us with said mm, Preface of I Lent)
!>koba Tanzania look part in with the Pope lIf'f'ptfIC himin "What are you going to do dialogue with tMm. For ooh critic Itms. 'He has also prepared, fur mail, It clear that the stale Sl'NDVY. Starch :11)

the February 7 rite whKhwai charge of the rites congregation lout It"' lauallv i diarover and ".,., U>mfl hat Steen The. result of stun lay doliiMjurncy you the sweetest joys In the "was' following the "wlalie' of (I"l't.l" Sunday Man of
delayed to permit partK with the title of pro given Ms own gilts and of the Church Creed Preface of
that lIp) captious tnltr has no is that the Sunday progretalv development Sunday :
ipation by prelates returning prefect Tbe e port he later Intention of dome a.)I.....g chariams |rearher has no criterion forudgs.g the Intellectual and physical St. Edmund relics lent '
from the Vatican Council. relinquished to devote more. CMiftriHtivr about the plight In Im* with the CoasitutkM. ) whether or not he energies of your children,
time to his pat as vicar general ol the pulpit Cardinal Hitter. MI March 1 has preached a good sermon tint with the help' of the ... Altl.MirL, inland: (Ml

of (Home Ie which Pius In a talk to laymen saM (in* Sunday he will step Into ellrnt persons who lake car Plan are being mad I Innvov , ,.a1 ..pea. XII appointed bun In Jan- Who is theChurch 'More. and more the Church the pulpit with a carefully of them the relics of the martyr

start 1961. wants to bring you lilt. fuller prepared talk-and there Is Continue In your secret bug M Edmund: from the
.. C"'_a. .. .. .... ?
AmbwIsM s.rvieo: Hut *t she time of hl. death part VA 4-171 he remained a member of an obligation to come' to me he ilcf Into the pulpit' with) f'o ll"| wilt\ always suit sin to a proposed shrine at Hun MOII1ALoq.s
Frequently the seater ta and MV 'Your Fmmrwe. I St Kdmunds In !Suffolk' near
ST. AUGUSTINE eight .( the It lUma. con a sermon" that was Inadequately you. he said
gregations.KYLEMcLELLAN, my question Is "THat's But thick that for the gad of th."* prepared dite to the th. ruin of the abbey abets
m> "" ........ That's theChurch Church this thould be don pressure of |>arl h duties I'vpr "Paul thrn spoke| I* they were first preserved / A.Arr.. ,A.t Mud
's bmbwM. It is Ihr thUd,,, who arton, ,.- Stolen from llritaln after the
Bashful ? and again there li no re-
surely the Church's resputul experts ...... pied their parrnls I. the su- Norman Conquest the r.lln 44* :..i'A... S.. fie' I4J4M1
INC. bits to preach the Word of diems, returned by the Ton-
I Is
In our parish there are there no college professor ST. PETERSBURG
FUNERAL DIRECTORS God but who is the Church: thMin4s of lay people l who public lecturer. trial lawyer lie urged them to obey' louse, franc, archdiocese In

The ( birth a* the People, are ..,.rt. in public H>o.k. or even TV scriptwriter: these parents and trarhrs 1 limi 1.
17 w. UNION STHET-J of (;.4 li the laity at wen tag w .public rrloUoM In in- who wilt deep the bewildered! always. not )lust now and
R. J.n 4o C..fmw Sr;.. S."" lit at the clergy Th clergy, arerrfalnrd oumornM arts and sciences: P4re a note offering his then "like the sun on th... BASHAW'S

I. peach tIM Herd a'hose nth tr*.*.ir** could l loP lakfttt. to Mst"' 1 the faire Mirth days, slush sometimes

of (;.d bl this dots awl lapped for the good of th# preach th* word of Gal Is there and sometimes I.lflt Is GULFPORT MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME

etrmpt lIMo laNy from all responsibility ('hutch Mv man eape'renee" eHHlvely / II* told lIMo children alto
PHONE 177-7114 In rrlatlon I. of his constant prayers for Io<..r4 M. l ik*" I****.** fvx*..1 l J;'*cso

preaching. Pontiff comments on lack them M.", k>., H.I., N.m a 24 "hour .."W. ,..u s. rite

Shl )47. 12'I'

1104 N. AKMfNtA AYE n.iirrh The CofHtrtirttea Chapter 4, says on Utlttlt''f' the of missionary seminaries Schedules new day
hate to
a right re-rrt
IV Word and tn* sacraments VTIN CITV (X' i There are still missionary for St. Benedict JOHN S. RHODES, JR.

and they *ho td openly re- d*>re without major 0' minor! seminaries, the world %'AT'C'Un'' (.NCI -

teal U th* elergv their nee
fi6J ;J'p rrtillFUNERAL / Nord.tKondly and desires. In regard to the VI to mark the 7Mh anniversary of the foundation of as the official c,W>>>rat*.." in 1721 G.If.T.-I.y CllAHWATtl ph... 44'.)0$1

the Society of St Peter trw Apoall for Native Orgy, r.urofw: of lilt feast M M

DIRECTORS and tIM) Is a He also made an appeal for a new movement to In. BmWdWt under hit new kill

p-I of great ImporUfttt. (treat young people| In IUP."tinllRiukln.ry **'rninsn -*. as patron I of 4urupe
14M2II TAMPA J17-11H ti! (owtttrtM also says TK regular (oat of the Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Homo

rhv ar* 'by reason of the T>. letter which I' entitled much help has been given bjrrkflvnriary f//MMl"r of .........Il ,um fall,
kn<.wld<*. ce* UIM"* or 'f-fUjBrtttmiit iMi*" and school ck4klr.n toIMS vHfcM lent. March: 21 soil 111 aiAIWATfllAK&O 'OAO UR;O

FUNERAL HOME outstanding absirty they may dated retirwory 22 was not movement through the will rrmaM a third rU. .. frail T'V*.* 14-21
BRETT enjoy permitted and sometimes mad puMic twtil Mrrn tIt irhoatlcal Association of Uw a* brim*, ThMcofding to 2 HOUI AMIUUNCI JtlVTCI

w-oioi' Auiirunct" stiviciJ8 eves obliged t.o etpr**' note lull, Childlwnd and asked for Iftf...t Irittrfkral rhanf. lhVfsH '

their opuMM. oa there dugs) "Th ..rM I 11 procr"*M
v that canters rte fond of Ute great sd and tie needs cUry student, takes prrd >tM *. IdMaOiY.
uI jff Church When ccailasanM of tile r.... 1 1 f The Italy father" saMi TVr decree Mtlrl Mirth II Sm. Si. '.*| Fmit; For .3 Yeas
be don
let that tftfougb are MiKip laC with tfc*
ni CHI'4visUviMlVj asn Miaklltklng Ik. Joly" least
the organs erected by Ute advance of nr..gros ..*r>. "
". deride a4t Im.4rwi fay stairs Thai I the )l.rrk. JOHN S. RHODES, Inc., Funeral DiVtetoriAMIUIANCI
hurc" for Ills purpow. here In fad not all lmt
I* MM M* at tM Pontifical Seclrty of ,''nl'HI' rrmal a

>* t*..... ..w ... ew .e The special talesIn ..4La.ledg. ms irtjoct M the (ongrr M Pettr. tine Apostle L.f Nt third elate least "I* order SUVICI
"" .. tnrtr *f Lathe for tt* Proogtioa ef Ins Clergy b* ma1 IaIlO'ltIl *.t I* Minimi lilt fr IHl
Ux rKi hate at least see .
sad be spread, staffing. ability err (. *II.IJq "rUg Unl
... and not
sMeols of the sco -
Funeral Home ,II.n.'II' irintial gill f
Haigb-Black gloss ky U* 1f.I, hlrit lethe all eccfewartwa! turiatfictioM. wry sOwK thrwlMsut U>. Itga d by A/r4i tardiest
laity f let Ik* goad t/t tImrrk. //Ian titer esm mator stwry" .. watt. CaUkrtte amid. IAnaeu. pelted of IN ( >" ';
\- ,.. .... ( '1\. tnst taut tk* young, frrata. of Kit*. it was f tlM >, ) I l [Tc /' '

"' WtMrS t***. bike there u.. >>Via( 5...... tot IN (hotel *>Ml I le t t* VUM I t.

; .r _. ... L.I The gun M W M ... n Mod to emim..sMMi abu M.... SH IN .torn*,** uf daily I. ..*..ts.h.r.. Kuft>.rx(

... .. a t 1"1 poises -W sail ( MUtNtki > aKf > t...,so. a< ... .t C..uur loa hash f c
.11. .t .. ir' r empbt. Ik* .."...... >. said .l ..e... t.t.... H4wxa.tsr4. wi the ,...*( Mill. l'4.. Peel. '..ihoa.eMsI

I".ut. I W K e U tM U < .B Clsru "let UNtil ra Mar iituatno. tee ttw .kMlv Mtroli of" the Curse Ortobw M I....., d r .

Jflf HOLCO .'. *irh ("'hfly' toss the anowf fr-xn the \I"r,>".. I'I"1' HMjIh i al4! bar th* "I'f ...(.......( ant a ofl '. 'i." ,I" ther.rrit .J.. r... cs...... 44 Ss I ... a ". Nvnh It2.HIS
IE"IH.m i w..IIHI_ trA Hf dens..M 'A 'lie seal" Ii i 6nr', I r. * U) kV..f-DrTOfM OJtC. 'Ct'l ', ..e i 'r.' a ".. ..n. "irt .. .t In a,ff \butt "in ... ... .. ,. to',.. A:.. N*. h.> ... weir '-'").**, 00 4t FUNlMl
ASSOCIATE \ AS I IJil.-al St..cotes ul 1 "qe i J.... J '.5 .. It'I.,' I.: f -.o.t.



Six: The Florida Catholic, Friday, March: 19, 965

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q ,
: 1948 o M ,

BT Fr. Henry J. Mirun as God wills it and when lie It is not surprising that In ( 4

our remarks about the wills II.This 1948 (and we shall see that ,
IN historical development and reunion work, so the the same obtained in 1164)) .

background of Christian ecumenism Instruction lays down should that first care of the Holy t r
we have traced the daily assume a more sigmfl- See is wise supervision and I s e\

neccssarv and deliberate cau ant place within the Church's control by the hierarchy in

ion exercised bv the Holv pastoral care. Catholics are order that false hopes may

see wIth reference to this urged to pray earnestly for it. not be raised bv the iniud) ;
movement Though Catholics and it is recommended that moss enthusiasm .. HKV<

particularly immediately after the faithful should be instructed whose hearts are ItaMe t* jet

the Second World War in various wan on the nature the better of tfeeir tw. .lt,
of the work and the
encouragement: to steps
were given:
cariMut h
with nonCatliolict in being taken to implement It.
engage:: these and Miter fwtwti K toli Central Catholic
the technique of ecumenical The Instruction of 1M8 insists Bishop Moore
the hrvt thing I* strike one fit
relations the terms upon that it is above all the
rM'P.dtaj: theTtes lasxrmetna High School
which this was to bt done Bishops who are to make reunion High School

were clearly outlined work the special objectof m doubt explain toi
!their care awl attention part the ajusMied approval ORLANDO-The big news (\n\\\ThR: Father
Nowhere was this done at Bishop Moore High School ,
Bernard F Dittman presi.
Suing: it prudent encouragement with web ft mat received in
more comprehensively and and direction: safeguarding 1H8 nftfrCftthoiic last week was the beginning dent of Clearwater Central
aMftfi;: : ecuaneaural
authoritatively than In the the full presentationof dreJec t of construction of the educational Catholic High School, an-

Instruction to Bishops on the the Faith and protectagthe A fetter reason was per and cultural center announced nounced on March 9 that the
ecumenical suns ement Issuedin by Archbishop Joseph students made the
faithful against the growthof haps Ute extent to which all following
December 1848. bv the Sacred a spirit of indifferentism enimeatcal wk had been P. Hurley on his visit to honor roll for the fourth six

Congregation of the Holy The cardinal temptation to ecumenical placed mder episcopal anthonty i iW s 4 I students weeks marking period To

Office work, where the Fears were expressed On Friday, students heard qualify for the honor roll, the
This Instruction represented predominant motive easily at the time of its publication Mass offered by Archbishop student must meet the following '.

an early stage m the history becomes an over-mastering that discussion wfth Catholics Hurley in St. Charles Church. requirements

of the relations between ecumenism desire to see unity realized would in future be robbed of First honors-hark of .V In
Demonstrations of institute
and the Holy See among Christians is to emphasize freedom and spooUnHtv part Then an honor guard was conduct In five subjects and
Further it was complementedand agreement at the expense But ecumenical work te formed for him to the spot on
made more understandable of difference to allow liable to be fruitless unless it Si Ji3 & -,_ !JaCJ.ii' : *a$ the Christine from Good Shepherd School which the new center wouldbe marks of with 91100 mark In any below

by the recent Decree on the latter to fall into the background is conducted on a level which jrathf: nrj: t'ace fc" ma: y elementary! in Orlando gives assistance to a first constructed, The Hornet C. exclusive of no physical edu

Ecumenism promulgated by and thus give a viewof will be recognized as author Mhoo* teachers who attended a work. grade reader at one such demonstra band played school songs and cation.

the Second Vatican Council in the Faith as a whole whichis tati\e.. and about that the Instruction shop there Part of the institute were tion. the National Anthem. The enthusiasm

ovember. 1964 proportioned and dis- left no room for classroom demonstrations Sister Mary was high Student Second honors-At least a
The Instruction was a torted to the point of error. doubt. Body President Mike Lubo- mark of B in conduct in all
rather full- -- answer to- tne question zynski welcomed the distinguished subjects and an overall average .

posed in 1948: how far r Bishop Barry Cardinal Mooney guests.Archbishop of 3 m all subjects with
can Catholics make use of the II u r l ley had no mark below a C, exclusive

ecumenical method, and make! High School High SchoolSARASOTASharon come to announce that the of physical education
contact with the ecumenical center would be fully financed Those who received first

movement, without com ST. I'EThRSBtllG: On Bru- through the gracious generosity honors were seniors, Mari
promising the unique position March 8, the sophomores at neau reports that Cardinal of the Ileidrich family of anne Salceies juniors, Victoria .
of the Church. Bishop Barry High School Mooney High School was Orlando and Winter Park Zupanaic and Gerhy

While the Instruction states took the national education honored in being one of the The students met this message Stoopman; sophomores,

very definitely that the Catholic I development test reportsMike 25 high schools and 33 institutions with an ovation, Then, Louise. Barber and Dale Col.

Church as such takes no Frey The test was for of higher learning in the Archbishop, the Heid tins freshmen, Paul Gonjea.
part in meetings and conferences all 10th graders and was the state to receive an invitation rlchs school officials! the
of the ecumenical organization itII. given in the morning; at Notre for its students of historyto architect and the builder took Second honors were attained -

at least to the Dame Academy. The results attend a lecture given at the initial step by breaking by seniors. Kathleen

time 1948 it goes on to makeit .. nsa_ 1et will)) be sent before the close New College by Dr Arnold J. the ground. Brennan, Sheila I Brennan
Sharon Cole, Juett
plain that the Holy See of the school year. Toynbee world famous pro Since the establishment of ,
envisages the definite development t fessor. Twenty-fiv studentsand the institution 11 years ago Carolyn Kufro Martha Lay.
of "reunion" work In sports Barry has had a two faculty members attended the Hornets' athletic: teams cock, Michele Richards, Deb-
; t successful week. The golf historian'stalk borah Zint Juniors Martin
on a wide scale within the the eminent have met their home opposition
% Church This work will bl ecumenical I team, the tennis team and the "Why Study History" in the municipal stadium, Perenchw, Keith Pritchett,
in approach in \ I IFUF Iy track team scored victoriesIn The 50-minute lecture was followed the local armory, the city ten Richard Schwartz Marilyn

touch with the ecumenical their successive mulches by an animated ques nis court and various other Snow Douglas Butler, Holly
,Cath. tion and answer session after Fell: I
movement among non 1 Bishop Barry has recently rented facilities The new
ours and alive to every development \ formed a swimming club under which students lunched at center will produce athletic Sophomores, Dennis Ark-
in it New College. wright. Gary Conover. Janet
the leadership of faculty benefits to the school as a
the "reunion' Diederich. Phyllis Folio, Michael
By phrase whole, with its gymnasium
member Bernard Schnieder. students of
work, it is clearly indicatedin === = Twenty-seven facilities Funkhouser David I
f Composed of 17 students, theclub the junior class took National
Graff. Barbara Madden
the Instruction that more ,
is meant than renewed foils will\ compete against Merit Examination: st Mooneylast Elsewhere: the Hornet bate- Phyllis Waldschmidt. Charles
other swim clubs. Next year Saturday, The lest was
ball team headed Coach
at individual conversion, by Weaver: freshmen Kathy Be-
they plan to become an official proctored by Richard tha- Means has won Us first hit han. Nicholas Carpita. William

Individual conversion Is the .w.o. : school: team. pura guidance director at encounters. Gasper Yanchy Lao ka,
ultimate/ aim or the ('hurch'saposfolafr. : Cardinal Mooney. :Mr. (hs- James
Madden Patricia
Books in Braille pura holds a mauler's degreeIn Bishop I Moore swimmerssank Pritchett Kathleen Rees
Children ,
help at teachers' instituteAt guidance from Notre Dame the Colonial Grenadiers .
Mary Snow Catherine
Every Christian must hold TIUATON: : (:NC-The) Mission last Friday for their second Wagner
in some sense that the attain the workshop held for elementary Roberts, Becky Smith, Vickie Baker, Helpers<< | of the Sacred The baseball team has hit consecutive win without a and Steven Weber.

ment of the unity which laChrlst's school teachers at St, James School 11Cuey Stevens, Charles Harbovc, Lt- Ileart here have Issued in the road and very successfully setback The Hornets boys The entrance examination

will only come by Orlando students aided the teachers retta Horton Patty O'Rourke Michael liraille the activity books so far In the second last won nine of 11 events and the for students desiring (t. enter
the conversion of others to they publish for Catholic children outing the team defeated Admiral girls captured all but of
by handingout blanks one the nlnllllr.dt at (Irarwatrrenlral
what he himself believes to registration Roy (partially hidden). Sister Mar- attending public schools Karragut and last Friday tht'trents with excellent '
( Catholic High School
be true. programs and information sheets; great Rose, Sinter Agnes Marian and The Religion the game with Clearwater times in each,
community's will be<< held on S.turdu.Ilreh .
In the context of the In from the left, Jimmy Goubraud, Kerry Slater Margaret Jean, all from Palatka. lessons for Catholic Living" Catholic ended in a tie, :0. from a,m. to noon.
struction however "reunion" - Last after school On March t, the Bishop
-- ---- have been duplicated in Tuesday :
work envisages an intermediate Sends rosariesto Spacemobile to Braille on plastic film for use the student body watched an Moore girls' English: department This test is for both public

stage, in which by a (tuirdemonstration will tie at by blind children from preschool interesting basketball game presented Shakespeare's school and parochial school
corporate and personal approach leper children jour dour some time in April."The to high school age between a student team anda 'MacBeth H students It will be held at the
on the part of the visit high schoolsST. Books are available from the faculty team The score was The play was staged at the school at 2730 I lames Bal
Church to other religious allegiances ulmmCIThe(: | effortsof lecture denwnislra-! community at 221 N.. Warren rather close until the last school auditorium followingthe shore Road Students should

the ground may be bi'a popular candy seller have .\ ': -At the lions Hill satisfy Inquiring St.. Trenton, N J. OB61J. quarter, when, the more augmented regular meeting of the be at the school: by S 30 a m
prepared corporately for the ought three little children uoikshops held recently forrlt'nll'ntary minds on such topics as nalelliles student team raced Home and School Association Clearwater Central CathoU. '

work of the Holy Spirit In at the leper sanatorium In school teachers, orbit and the sells l- Pilgrims increase ahead to victoryArchitect. The entire production began serves Clearwater Largo,
bringing about unity in Faith Trillo raih a rosary Lions a new publication was presented lies of MSNational(: Aero- as a classroom assignmentand Dunedm Tarpon Springs, Sal

This approach must have Pope Paul VI. to those attending naulks and Space Adminls- I.Ol'Rnts: ( %-More) named was then used to demonstrate etv Harbor Pmellas Park In

charity and mutual under Luis Ortega 40 vendor' ofcal'am'ls The newsletter, issued by the (ration.) than three million pilgrimscame \ ,\TICCITV (NC to the parents the than Rock Beach Seminole!

.standing as its immediate objective and other sweets diocesan Department of Education to this Marian shrine Pope Paul M hat named achievements of the class and North St Petersburg !
spends all his "fire"time "Airangements between
; the conversion of In Included much information city in I'M' ; Statistics released Pietro Locatelli as architectof
visiting sick children principals of high schoolt and .All props, lighting and ape.clap .
dividual will follow from itSubscribe such as the following: by shrine authorities the Congregation of the Basilica
"" ,,,,,,,\'U,,,,,,,,,,, and amusing the children of \iithentic scale models of neighboring elementaryschools indicated that about one.third of st. Peter effects acre dune by the ST. AUGUSTINE
his district for whom he has should be made girls.
rockds' and spacecraft will be so were members of the :3 r.M) official Born in Malgrate. Italy In
oigamrrd a clubRecently that talented students could
now shown in all high schools pilgrimage groups, and I'Mtt, Locatelli was graduatedwith Approximately:\ senior !

'""".."" ""u" "'''''''' miles to the he traveled 125:! throughout the Diocese. A also attend this lecture that the rest came Individually honors from Milan's girls participated in this program
the lopiosaiium In spaiemobile which is a specially "Schools Hill receive further by tram bus, automobile Polvtechnical I Institute I t in under the dimUoo of PONTIAC!
. province of Guadalajarato I
Msit three designed vehicle carrying communications con or plane A total of S2.611 lirti.! Since 1943 he has beena Mrs. Lucille Hall .
LARGOINCOME sick thiliiicn >!< ( lit
and the ; equipment and materials ceinmg this opportunity for pilgrims were sick or crippled professor of science and
spent whole
ing with them, The day following play utilized In space science lee- science enrichment.\ against 49,250 in 13.nitanes construction at the institute ConsecrationPeiiMhanla BANTA BROS i

day he wrote to the Vatican
PeiiMhanla St. Al9101Itn.EUGENE .
asking; for the aiostolis blessing ,
| e I I
TAXSERVICE ) Bishepdewgnate t'r
for the little patients
I ban McGarry TOR of the

llmoftl by return mail he r' new Bhagalpur! diocese in Bi L BARNES j

T. C. Marshall receded a reply enclosing i har, India, will be cone
619 W. Bay Dr. 581-1360 the blessing and the rosaries : ; Vv crated in the Cathedral of the 4 SON

When the Most Blessed Sacrament here REALTORS t INSURORS !
children received May 10Bishop. 6S Kiiiq; Ssne.4
Q.... Individual the gifts from the Pope they : J ram>> NJoCor, S., AIIt....

Floral them said they would always Keep web' of 'ltOOftl.Jolln"a Edabhk.d I USfI" I
and would
Designs pray a great: will! be cwisecratar Bishop
deal for the Pope, whom they
John King MIMSM of Sleuhen
LARGO FLORIST hope t to .
see when .
they are rill and! George Lrch of r. ''I If
I 603 N. CI* Ph. 5'0873 llarrisburg<< Bishop will be the William coanosecraton. \ \ \ !I" ll' "fcal

CLEARWATERAce Connare of Greensfeurg wilt'

1030 W, Bay Driv. B.-w McGarr'
581-1879 Days was named first heed stf th.

584-3743 Hardwarei new dance a by Pf* PHI \ I

24 Hour R.dio Controlled ... Phon.I i on January 31 Space tin or ,
Wrecker Service > dmatmi in 1WO.! the Bisrxxi I

General Auto t. .. 4460174 designate has been a rms* I
Truck ...". India Since 1!'W he II
!I Repairing 1463 Gulf-to B.y are in a T.M I
l 1 been prefect apostolic 01 the iM II
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Bhagalpur prefecture I
Yew One-Step Service For An
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Procession to groundbreaking Orlando mItt OOyuttr

: CLARK'S Following Mass offered by Archbishop at groundbreaking-- made possible by the generous SAMSOTA-S ORIGINAL RAW 'UI

GULF SERVICE Joseph P Hurley students monies fui the"., Pale. t..1 en So.-- "eJ;: IL\ 111

HERCULES t DREW at Bishop Moore Hitch School to be ion-tru< t I. J at the ach,,'l l liiounj man Heidnch and their family. "y..1 ...

PHONE 441.J1IO marched to form a guard of honor!, (; w.i* hi. kin last week fi"r INFORMAL iNEXtv s sB

fur the Archbishop and other dig the Hudii, h Cater which: was Srv;..4 from II A. M. Me..: '24 JfTt




The Florida" Catholic, Friday: March 19, 1963
Washingfon letter
-- --

Vocations in Ireland shared to Nation watches fight against crime

I serve in U.S. around the worldBy THIS city it to have a spec national crime Index In 1964- Is of the "light" variety, the

com mil i Ion on as compared with 1963 federal and district governments .

Leila Carroll President Kenneth Kuanda of criminal justice, similar to aiihlngton showed disturbing \ and local merchants

DUBLIN (SC) The tiny nation of Ireland, which Zambia, during a state visitto the PreeMent'1 commissionon Increases In virtuallyall are the principal employers;
once sent iU categories of crime. the thinking! and feeling here
sons to convert Britain and much of north. Dublin paid a call to the law enforcement and ail i
era Europe, still has than Sisters of Charity at St. \'inctnt's runs more to national and International
more ill share of and
men ministration of justke which There are some areas that events than In
women who hospital here to thank
leave home to spread the word of God in set the D C apart from other
them for the work their com 1 will be concerned with the any other place In the nation
and the
United States cities in this country It Is
The nightly to
his crime problem nationally. 'escape
The munity was doing in African -
remarkable fact about Irish vocations is not only nation )governed by congress and Itscitizens the suburbs" :iln Marylandand
that there are so This is of particular Interest have no voice In the
many, but that their Virginia) of
.. number has re- Last year, Father Godfrey persons
: because it Mill deal selection of .
since officials
municipal ,,
uiHuiru o consistently: Poage CP. director of the working this city is at least
high. men are ordained to serve In pontifical office for religious with a restricted and relatively most people here are the equal of the same any*
dioceses everseas. In 1463 lor small area, the District of said to be from somewhere where else,
While vocations, noted that Ireland
many countries are example 34 went to dioceses Columbia commission might else;" there Is virtually no
struggling to was sending fewer missionaries Th in his
achieve some In Britain II to the United well complete its work before Industry, and what there is, message
modest increase in abroad than formerly. to spoke of
vocations, States congress a
nine Australia and the national group makes its
Ireland continues to have But still the number being "civil commitment' plan,
one each
to Canada and "comprt'hl'nslrf'l'ort" to
more than the sent overseas is Lauds under which
Church needsat Impressive. newspaper some narcotics
South Africa. the White Home In the sum
home. As Father Poage observed that offenders be
a result Irish might given
mer of 18.\ \ Presumably bothgroups
Priests Brothers and Sisters Of the 159 ordained for religious the clergy in England is Mill make Interim VATICAN fiTl'r( ) medical treatment rather
leave here daily for all partsof orders, only 66 remained largely Imh. as they are able, and On the occasion of the publication than jail sentences. It has already -

the world in Ireland. The rest During 1964, the Holy Ghost 4r this city will be watched for of its 29000th( )() Issue. been suggested In
Statistics for 13 reveal were sent to foundations in Fathers sent 122 missionaries other quarters that this plan
its finding!! as a tiM| >ff as to Pope I'aul'J hailed the Paris
that 404 Priests were ordained other countries Besides the overseas They went to Nigeria might be extended to Include
what 111 be found
in Ireland Of these, only 83 Priests, hundreds of Irish Sisters Gambia, Sierra Leone nationally Catholic dally, I.a Croix, (for juvenile car thieves petty

were ordained for Irish dioceses and Brothers are sensing Trinidad, Kenya, Mombasa. It Is President I.)ndon R, having been able to find the larcenists, drunk and disorderly
Another 106 were or. in mission lands throughout Mauritius, Brazil: and Canada. Johnson's hope to make this true formula for a Catholic cases participants In

dained for "foreign" dioceses, the world. This dispersion is typical of tit,. a mo"tllllr the country, newspaper( ( marital squabbles, and persons

48 were members of mission. Several when many religious communities. Dean gives hospitality not only In 1I1I1..rdI'pur.. \\ith Its concern to give guilty of misdemeanors.The .
ary societies, and 159 belonged President Kamon ago In the same year the Society ante, but also In )law abld religious\ fails their plan might just possibly
to other religious orders returned from de Valera of St Columban sent 37 Monalpnor William J. Mullally pA.. V,F., pastor once and enforcement. La Croix properperspective renders be tried here before It Is anywhere
and a trip aroundthe Priests to the Philippines, 18 of St. Paul pariah, shown with Sister Mary else
congregationsMost the Catholics of Francea
world he
said In he
it seemed fait announced his
Irish to Korea 15 to Japan two toPeru Gerald O,P. principal of his 'hoolln
dioceses have all that everywhere he went he parish ( Daytona (Intention to name a local I great service And on the The elemental problemsare
the Priests they need and it was welcomed by Irish Sisters tour to Burma and one Beach gave cordial welcome March 10 to crime commission before he other hand It helps them day virtually the same hero

is very rare that one of them or was told they were Islands.each to Chile and the Fiji 120 teachers from 14 elementary schools within told congress of his plan to by day to form a Christian as elsewhere: How to make

may have to borrow a Priest living nearby Foreign dignl- the Central Deanery over which he presides. The appoint the national groupashlnRton judgement on facts other than homes, streets and places of

front another diocese.Censeqsently aries hue paid tribute to the Many religious communities occasion was the diocesan teachers' Institute for \\ was singled out religious."Today. business safe How to treat

many young efforts of the missionaries. sent Priests to the United the area.Pope for special treatment becauseit It Is Indeed absolutely with juvenile delinquency
What to do about our "shock-
i is a federal Jurisdiction necessary for everyone
Eight of the 17 Pallotine Scholar to teach with crime problems similarto to form Ideas concerning as Ingly the President called courts them.
I 'Faith of our Fathers' Fathers leaving Ireland in guidesnew those of other large Anieil- events and the progress of theworld
and It Is not possiblethat Most of the attributed
1964 are now serving In dimeses M.\SIIIM1TON: (Nt'l's) can cities President Johnson
Priestson said it "shares with these Ideas remain In causes of crimes are here
** **ir raqi progrSi ... fMluiirt Prl.iti .( the Diow.r in Texas, Michigan ther John J McGrath associate our large!!
Aueuoa.Jecksonville. Nevada and New Wk law cities the special and acute conformity with Christian too: Poverty, unemployment.lack .
professor at
ithout nourishment of education overcrowded
problems associated with 1 principles
WIVY (1050 Vt Eleven Rosminlan Fathers ministry Catholic University of America rapid wham population advice and stimulationof alums, etc.
went to the U S, as did five
Saturday, 12:10 p.m. and law editor for the growth" the Catholic newspaper"
Irish Christian Brothers and The department ef justiceIs
St. Augustine VVFOY (1740 'le 17 Patrician Brothers VATICAN CITY (Sn-) New Catholic Encyclopedia: The President's crime message The Pope's. letter dated sending le congress, Item

Saturday, 12.10: p.,". One may wonder' how the Pope Paul VI has receivednew will\ teach for a year beginning : to congress coincided February was published In by Item, proposed legislation
Church in Ireland fosters vocations Priests from three religious July 1 at the National with a federal bureau of investigation French in the commemorativeedition calculated te Implement the
Dayfona Beach (ISO teSaturday so effectively First orders In Rome along University of Santiago Chile report that there of 1.. Crolx on March President's suggestions

12:10:I pm. of all, Ireland is a country with their parents and members on a Fulbrliht; grant was a 13 per<< cent rise In the 9.
M1lbournlTellahassel WMEG. 920 le with a Christian tradition of their families. Vibes they are all submitted

Saturday 120: p.m. going bark 1500 years, and Its Ordained the same morning J to this be set program Is expected
up along side
young people regard! the Usdi-
they are affiliated with
the ration's effort to
WTNT I4SO le Improve
lion very seriously. The needsof the Somaschl .Fathers the ..
Saturday, 12:10: p.m. the education and Its fight to
spiritually underprlv
Bamabites and Irish and abolish
tt rov.rty.Many ,
tale City WOS_, 1)40 le lleged are continually referred English Franciscan Fathers.
Saturday, 12.10 p.,". to In the Catholic and The latter are from the College persons will\ watch ta
see whether here and In the
secular press.Most .
of M Isidore In Home
MadisonGainesville WMAF. 12)0 tc religious societies and 11st nation, serious thought Is

Saturday, I MS: a,m.WOVH. religious houses publish mag- Addressing the Kngllsh.: given to steps that might rehabilitate

nines that appeal to young speaking visitors In heir ass. parental authority
IO ke profle Early in their life language Pope Paul specified In the family and Instillm
Tvttday, f,40 a m.VVMOP I Irish school children begin their vocation ti the "minis o ral principles In the

Ocala 00 'C saving pennies for the misskms try' ef the ".rd." young

Saturday 1210 pj'", and often they become "To you after seemingly Su('h persons point out
regular readers of the mission wine of our great personagesIn
WDIO $80 le endless years of preparationhas ,
Lakeland periodicals It Is possibleto the past rose above early
Sunday, lOOp,m.WUK. been given the power of t
hear frequent' criticisms of f i poverty and hunger, recurring
.1/K'tJllc.'atMln.( he \\.
OrlandoSt. 14)0 le the Irish school system. know you are anxtotis to be r unemployment of the!

Saturday, 124 p.,". let one rannnt dray that worthy minuter and we encourage O' head housing of and the household even slum poor living

le the schools along with Ireland you to strive to beeser
Petersburg WPIN. 610 While these adverse\ *
Sunday, 10:00: am.WTAM. 'a close family lira-are worthy of the title whichSt ditions unquestionably breed
deviled t. (hrlMl... ulu.... Paul used In referring to ignorance, poverty andcrime
Clearwater 1)40 le Priests x ,
they contend 1. their
Saturday, 124 p.m. For many years they have "Give yourselves generously r abolition alone will not I insure
Mete deveiopng! yeaaag people to the task before you; the '.I the
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-Thoughts- on theologyConcilium : : 1t\: Y tl 1

I / : Present S


and future theology e :

By Father Henry J. Mlron 6r

(A'OM10: Cardinal) Let
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Faro Archbishop ot Bolocna k

!:: Itah month ad Father e
dressed the LUIgi Sturzo In
i IIfnry J,
stitute in Rome concerning

current historical research liroD ,:.o .
about the life and influence ot 4ti '

Pope I John better XXIII and more In callingfor profound Diocesan teachers' institute OrlandoGeneral ( ;

realization of the SIR'
mficance oi Pope John whom sole Is this task felt than In assembly for teacher of the ers' table were, from left Sister Moira f 1 ,

he described as "the doctor the life of the theologizing area, in Orlando'i St. James School on S.S.J., St. James School principal; Sister Discussion in OrlandoThe
human being. In a sense, the group
of the Crouch of a new era theologian 'Is both a contemplative March 8, opened a day packed with Joseph Mary OP., who with Sister

work the Cardinal of theologian pinpointed; of this the visionary and an active events for the elementary school fie- Damian represented the Department of Department of Education sponsored professional techniques were providedon
teacher with all the ten. institutes for the
new era as vitally. important ulty member. Sinter Mary Damian Education at the meeting; and Won- elementary grade program by demonstration lea
dons such a life involves Asa school teachers who met last week in sons preceding the discussion
for the future of continued S.S,J. act the theme for the signor Terence J. of group
visionary his mind constantly standing, Farrelly pastor
Johannine influence in the Orlando above in classrooms of St. ing.
Church turns to meditation professional meeting. At the speakI St. James James School. Pr&ctlcallppliaUonl of
and the contemplation of the
The theologian] It was pointed intangible mystery of God

out IS a special type of with man and man's response
I of cnmctr: TH HIT
member of the Church, since to God as these have been j decency ,?,?, .. M.rates th erer.. .
he is abo\e all, the man of presented for hn! view from raise mnr.nypubllehrl ",," .Mrnn.b4'
new ... I. ilia ...,,00' I.
the sources ho is nourished the As teacher who
past a
u f such north.
by Scripture and the writingsof : serves the Church, the theologian ( .... II, IMI> ; '

the Fathers of the Church. likewise knows the difficulties Morally objectionable in part for anA w

inherent in the statement h)...... UrAm.lneintln. Kim 1.1...,. Th. !
Moreover the theologian of Thomas that of ErnHf. N,,hl Mulft Tail tTN
may posset the ecclesiastical Aquinas Th* JUT Or..t>r al.Nitta i iT .
teaching itself consists morein Ritrk *.br.tlir Io..h', Ch.'.... ,
I Ic Ie Iw
culture of the future.
the communication of, Th. J IOU
rifop tr. JKLM S
Of Human Bnndx
The theologian!: I Is grounded things seen than In the visionof Cem.o'T i>f T.rrer.Pram Parr .
in the remembered traditionsof them Lack of communica More Film Sprint Wwk nPlM.iir <
fit of not ttl). K P..k.n Th. BKTB
the these exist in tins of things seen can be .
past as a Curo..e til* bl.lrf Co.... Str P.vrh.. JKM
the written record of God'srevealing catastrophe for any generationsince >....."". 1* Quirk, II.,..,. It 54.1$. FSI
) Word and the teach. it would then lose those J't.vll.inn Th T.i> ComminitmMtir I, R.rlnt F.vtr JKL
nr nmkn.w Jk .r.nth r. HUTU.I
ing of that revelation ai it norms by which it could be Miry of > Rurh.lor JMtJKnH and th. Hlnl. Sun JKIJIT
was and Is transmitted guided to make the ever present rmintMMi UV Shark Corridor S r .,vw
Tour fw Taw Sher ,. th. Fl.rlr, A
through the Church the People decl
ever pressing now- -
Prom RIIMI with IAn
.. Small| World of
of God. \"(' each generation lions, Oil To".lf a .."11.,, Girl Sammy Leo. The KLMN
has its own peculiar historical Ctrl Happy JK 1I.I"t.. ,. the RtlnKKtlnn
!Such Is the task of the theologian H. RI. Tull fill Sahara RJKM I 7 ,
] experience and each ?
HonMmoon H"| I ir.Bft.r.. Th. tm
generation: has presented to ( : to make present the Hormr of Party R..." jrr. Pundit I* N.. Tort IVThr
it problems] with which the past In understandable term III Ho"tel.. t. Mrl not. a.n Hump. JKMT A J'T .. Pablo *.T L*..
Tl.r T.hllt
remembered. traditions did so I that the future ran he Irm. I.. rmiir. JKM Tim '1',...,.... Th* JKTmormw
not deals Father Roderick fared and dominated I.e. John fir.Mf.rl, Pit*.. Cam li tly Turn r r.

MacKenzie, rector of the BIb. made into the kingdom of the J...Horn Hon.* SKY 'Tin.0....*AM n.. Mrtii IT IT

kcal Institute has said: Lord.In KlwliT Cniiitn JK Vino 1a. "'.or..
kit,." with a Whip KMT Wall of X.ln; T
The creative society must this task, as Cardinal Loin. IIhll.. Th* 1I"h.11'., to n. IT
l..nklnr for lx.'. KM "'h. a ....n 111...,..
find in its traditions
some. Lercaio remarked the theologian ] .
l/ \ till II.l n Fri JKM I. M. ".d "LtC
thing which docs not appear in closest of all men to lfion fh. RIM.r HJKlo Why. Rmh.r' I. Sneek JKCondemned
to be there: it must develop the of >., 'ih. Italian, way HJMm WI'. and ,.....r. JIIT.
spirit Pope John since In th. MI..I.M. ........... Today ...4T.marrew e
its traditions so that without ... ..
the late rope sought after H. a ". DJKU
rejecting its past it is able to and initially succeeded in .r ii,. R.. D..llt n.

move into the future. "preparing. a perfect peopleof I I

Indeed the decision which the Lord." And. flM rrt 4 Warnta. aB.lconr ? Mute.. fur the
our amestois have made is Th. WX I'.r. A JTOWXT Excel in science at Melbourne Central CatholicStudents
Rut rash generation nerd H or Or.. MI,...
a decision hleh every generation H.IIAntonl ..
Milner.. T>* TWMnnrln
must make in its own the sound and the word of ..'tht.. WXTRrocrxria Ft,,, HKUTMr : who won swards in the Quinlivan, 3rd biology middle Thomas McGahee" grand: prize and

life for itself We are saved II this* own reason theologian one( readily and aelcomer for- Chrl.Kn, .k.Tl. .. Ni.I.lf.r. an I 1'inrliT* TP recent Central Catholic High I row, Sally L'techt, 3rd, chemistry let physics, John )McRae lit,

not bringing so much the by the past to ai bear by the appearance of a AffaIr,. Dune, Th*.with Nroni.mpt HUTUPom. Aide Ol rvlv..r.>..r>..i...lnr Tk. JKUOdd School science fair at Melbournewere Madelame St. Laurent 3rd, math math Ignacio Luengo. :!nd. chem

past new publishing project ('ONII11.Mi ): HJMPoll. *T..." !*.. PHI from left, foreground: Timothy Ellen Reddy, 3rd general science ; istry.illiarn; Brooks, 3rd, pity',.
upon our unique present moment (' Theology in the Age Ih* fir.r Ifll... (R,1 OMeilia. 2nd math ; Jose Kathleen Klemschmta and Susan Patrick
so as to transform that : Dunne On. I/I.ltl/ TBtmpl ,*..t .t1. aunt,..r ics; Roques, 2nd biology:
moment of Renewal. r..... ST rhl.ilr HJPI..ln Pernas 2nd. general science: Glenn Robbing, honorable mention in biology Michael Burns. 2nd, physics :
rir." fray lets pin1'
Such is the task, in great (:Next week: !Snipe .f fUrl WISh the G(>lil.n C;.* TOHem. .. Nil Afiw Nixrl' I'Iorli HKU TTPIMI Hiatt, lit general science; James ; third row Patrick Courtney, James Davis fat, chemistry.
.. and "....r.I Port *f Stefanec, lit, biology William honorable mention I I
of biology
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Mary Help of Christian School nation in Rattle! Creek Michigan 7 lo 16. 200 actor 37 buildings f a the

Post Office Box H from on a 194244 national She committee altoered Blao Ridgo Maanlalns. Largo ..ods>ni

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study on the participation of activities guided by Iralnod covnsolors.
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MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS SCHOOLA the White House Conference or from nearest roll air btu ...rrlnaLA
on Children and Youth. Students f f the bo3'"' and girls' Cyril CPPS.
Kennedy for .
and Father camp youngsters are.spirit
Homi.Ui School' for
Boys Mitt Kerwin has sr>ed school at Bishop Moore High School Miguel Garcia, Monsignor Terence J. ally healtliittlly. Tor literature write
Agl 10 to IS, grades Sth) thru Wi with the ,
:National Catholic Orlando formed guards of honor for Farrelly Mr. and Mrs( Herman J. I.
; the S.liti. of lommumty service 1 here the
Staffedacusvely by m Don loic procession to the groundbreakingof Heidrich: Mr, and Mrs, Paul Hetdnch
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in of (
A|' ffitjor Sport plus Bend and Choir, Dr.mitici and Shop for \olunteer workers a program 10 center to be constructed on the school architect: Father Terrell F. Solana and OUB LADY or rat: BILLS CAMP

f f.'high.' fl'.d... tern!'. VA hospitals through grounds. Marching behind the crow Father John Bluett: Monsignor Charles, c. IL &..'. Ckwch3J5 !

Writ tot: Miry Help of Chrittiini School out the country establishing bearer and acolytes were left to rightin A. Bartok and A/chbuthop Joseph P. Sprtsi 4.l. ..*.... '

P.O. Bo> H, Tampa, FU. JJ60S the :MX'S program in 170 V\ pairs.. Father Bronia P Benesevich Huk,., WIMSTON-SX1CM. .. C
hospitals and "'alhfr1n nt E. Smith; Father




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Nine The Florida Catholic. Friday. March 19, 1965
.kw, To Columbus

Follow example of 7 COLUMBUS, Ohio (NC) -
I foday'sheroes Pnhop John J Carberry, will'\
be i'mhroned here as the sevcm -

youth counseled '. Kivhop of Columbia en

(c...,...* t... ... ...)
of the heroes of our time, them going about their dally
Bishop Quinlan of the Colum- work with wills adamant, in Bishop
bins, be who was with another order to keep the light of the
faith forever burning John J.
great Mar>'knoller.
He asked the young people + ..
Bishop Byrne on that famous
to think e11a lt0e C.rberl1lId
about these contemporaries
death march in Korea,
Over in Poland blessed Poland of theirs, adding:
we" have Cardinal \Vyszrnskj My hope is that people like
the ones about whom I have
and all those Bishopsand .
Priests and religious spoken may be the true examples !( 1 Bishop Carberry
lay people who stand in the cause of true avpiratkm ',a, Ks ,,r\ed In the Lafaj'
Christian soldierly solidarity and the guides to f'', Ind,1 ana di'vrese since

with their chief shepherd to your vocations 1\"jC II.1 named January' 20
t\" lope Tauti! to head the
defeat the
enemy right on his
own ground.And Doctors sufferin t,kl: Imbue i diocese succeeding
Biu i II'\P' G Issenmann. nowc
"e hate know U ,, (1111t'r Bishop of Clevea .
these recent days-but perhaps Cuban prison :,,!

not well enough we
hate know the heroism of MVDRIDC(: ) Twenty + Support treaty
the Belgians. Cuban doctors, practically all t
former sal IU\O\'ER. Germany (:NC)
members of
the Catholic .. '
Countless numbers of Bel. university .association Lower Satony state s coun-
plan laymen. Belgian Priests !' __ (1.of\ ministers! has agreed t*
have been receiving particularly a II "'1. __
and religious and Bishops harsh punishment In a .. f .' I: I"port the recently negCated >

hate gone to their death in\ prison on Cuba Isle of Pines agreement between the
; P.f. !.., state and the Holy See. It Isanticipated
order to protect their beloved
according to persons recently 1st 1sta
'r..p this assures that
African! people from the dangers LI.
arriving from Havana. .
: .. .. the
of communism i--;.r" .... ... concordat will be approved
That is the sort of an age The doctors are meted out : by the state legislature
the harsher -. The agreement Is mainly
which treatment for aVlegedly
in you young men and ".'-''''''\ ,.0\ "',., concerned with the soli*
encouraging prisoners
you young women live Don tI
:I ever tell anyone that you haveto to resist. cemrannlst .Indoctrination. Beginning cultural center at Bishop Moore High School Orlando Catholic lion of problems education involving in tke

1 go all the way back to the state
h Roman persecutions in order Some of these young doctors Monsignor Charles A. Bartok (standing center which his generosity will bring to )'tlf. Archbishop Hurley thanked the donors

I! to find your Catholic heroes.They're who have been jailed for apart with shovel!), president of Biahop the school. The members of the group In for undertaking donate the entire cost cf Change name

I Their here amongst you four )ears, are reported to Moore High School, Orlando and membersof the foreground led by Archbishop Joseph the new building which will be In the neigh L.\ .'.\\tTTt:. Louisiana.

they are graves still alive are-recent some or of have been for six months in the student body look on as Herman J. T Hurley, broke ground for the Heidrich borhood of a quarter of a million dollars, (NO)-The Franciscan Sisters

them in prisons, some in concentration a dungeon without light ventilation Heidrich of St James parish takes hia turn Center which will be built on the pot In of Calais have changed their

camps, some of scarce rations or clothes are often taken Their at the symbolic beginning of the cultural time for ue during the next achotsatls name to the Franciscan Missionaries
of Notre Dame The
by rats before they can get to "': -. ,.,..." i:7rT"'n'r":' "'" .. ',., -- -- -- change was approved In
them One
ORLANDOWINTER Can father of doctor.four children.Andrea r M DCCW deanery chooses of Home the by congregation the general The council Sisters -

Is said to have lost his sight
staff Our Lady e f

PARKJIM exiled totally Spanish It is reported doctor,that a former an Silver Springs location Francis 1-ourdes Hospital Hospital !here Monroe: St.

member of the leftist Intematlonal
/ Brigade In the- OCAH The CUhollc: Worn..,,'. Club of Ocala has Louisiana: and Our Lady of

BLAKE Spanish! civil war, 111ft extended an Invitation to the Orlando Central Council of the RougeORLANDO Lake. llojp.tal, Baton

OFFICE SUPPLY charge of the imprisoned doctors Catholic Women hold
to Its spring meeting here IMI Tuesday -
FVRMTORMMl Manh, 30.
ItrPUu day, March :26 The> 1 luncheonwill
11Subscribe\'""" "'"'"""
Ml rash The Ocala Silver !Springs be M n per plait.

MO .... Orla.4e Art, W.P. now Convention Bureau. will asalst Mrs Chester Kaxmlercwk, WINTER PARK

,,,,\t\t,,,,,, u" '''I ai1- this group with r'r -Ing president of the deanery. who
the U a: iI>,Jli"i and thirpantnrs resides In t DeLand. .hat liked

St. Charles affiliations to hung layettesto YOU WILL LIKE
St. Margaret Mary The schedule wall begin' (for Catholic Chan
display our" .mpl. p.rlin' ip.tet
with holy Mats al Illrtird ties Deanerv, committee our n*. it.r.
BILL BAKER'S p Trinity rhvrth at 1:11;: a m., Chairmen alto an remindedto Why net visa MS t.d.y
(.llo"rd by RrnrdktlAn the take their lies( In the meeting ,
Blessed Sarramesl In order to turn them Children'sClothes
M. F. KershnerATLAS
Breakfast will be *.r\ed over to new th.1r lII'a.

TIHS-IATTUIU and r'gi.traU<.n will! take Line
COMPLETECAR ACCESSORIESPhone Moore students show pride at new center place In the uhool cafeteria sl.,t ........* ttr .. ,.till

CARE immediately following\\ Mais FAIRVIEWCleaners
Representing their clashes these from left John Cardatcla, lunior flaw
CY 3.9954 A buim*>s meeting will
720 W Fe>rb.4i A... students at Bishop Moore High Schoolin president Mike Luboinakl. student t&mlnf'ftrf at II or' lock at the ,.. .A....Laundry on't. rrrtntrriti
Ml I 4.t04&-WtMr, Perl AcrtM rtem St. O.r.1! Orlando proudly boast of the start body prtiMont. lUck Corbett. senior Silver Sprints Restaurant, PtS<.i4kU. > gable. (...* "... ..",,,. rPsa.
of their new cultural center At claaa president Mike lleyL. sophomore Solver Springs. in the Skyline M.. a. A. rat...** . -- groundbreaking ceremonies held last ciau president : and Tim liagerty Room Luncheon will be 4JIS ..4a."..u. 0...... C5.rtl astute.C r.err.,.......

SCHWEERS GULF SERVICE week, the center was acclaimed by freshman class president. served at noonRetenaUen .t..OL arrPUsstaco.

W. SpecItU I I" chairman/ Mn. ./ mint

Met.* TUNE-UPS and IRAKE! WORK r.fofft .pontak. two! << Camp
TEAR WHEEL ALIGNING BARNES Bishop Moore students I>ri.". Ocala, Florida, urges EDGEWOODSUPERETTE BRADFORDSStationers.lnc.
all to be sure reservations
Herman SJre t ZtH Cerrwe Draw f Dfurrnr AIDCXttKIUNC
0-, Ph.' 42J-JCU on.{ ..;. FLIR lae.IRtK reach her no later than Frl- .
acclaim cultural ,
EUTIMATtlMM center e Fh Fhh I S..f..d.

1/. Orii|* Or I..<. C o.e.; ....... )10! ,.'. A... %.-**,

GRAY'S JEWELRY Gi,... J.UI1 ORlal.l-Studenta at Bishop Moore Ugh fechoc.1 O 0..1,., Gfcwit -. Ml I 4.77)1Wnf

here were among those pleased! with the atari of their ) e Fresh Prepuce : P.ri

DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS new cultural center At the groundbreaking- ceremonieson S A C.rnpt.N Sties

Watch and Antique Clock Repair Herman J. HtUrichi March, 12 the presents of the student body and of WEST CHURCH ST. 290 Con;". Once Pit. 4470)00 ROYAL PLAZA M.:tU,,4

2001 !dfl....., 0,. GA 2.74 N..t .. hbGlCitizons Song each individual class commented GA 24001 OW ..... A ..... ..-.-...-
.. .. In the
W < portant step progressof
N raw ,.... ... ,.. .k. on the day's event Bishop' / Moore A field FISH MARKET

snn..un rsurtsetwrtet. Mike Lubosyn student house. he .said will represent FuJI i $,,'..J Al.. .
Orlando's fastestgrowing ftLOISTUS. wuy art Ufe .. M.Nn.y .e M..4.. Ind .Nt
body said that the
president more than "Just all."
NATIONAL S1AMK bank ceremony signifies aa imGary's addition to our school, It Is an OTSTlltS We .kete 1 .... ...1.... 1.. ;.., a..allt
M OIt DO else c.a.LUWIScon
esample of the continual CLAMS SHRIMP

-..._ EXTERMINATING CO. .. .... IP.. Mal ..... growth and acceleration of CRAlMfAT, SNAPPER DEMETREE BUILDERS.
.... the Cathette schools in our .
.....-:-::: M across from St James It rfnttt titIII. I'....IM.r.NNW w.. -/N-.M.MI. .... Diocese. W W.Ckwcb 6A2DUAQUINO'S see ale.. CWUI: )Drlt CM 14alr
"..... ....e.. ... (111 ..., ,.- I. ..1. .... NI.M
_... .01.It1 .... r...4..I 1.11 "Even though our daisont
.... .. .n ...... N -. be able to enoy) the OWNED k OPERATED PHONE GA 2.JU2
,.. -. NN ... ..eMl
.. active benefits of this new
r.A N I taw NNI.N IfPF
wxrKririfAJNT S.-.... tN .... gymnasium. ," said Rkk Con Rn4EARS
BILL BARDOE ....-. I.a1.-..... P.r s.w bett. seator class president SERVING\ THE I SUSAN NUMIf

"I feel that the spirit of pridewhich FINEST ITALIAN FOODS DIAMONDS WATCHES
will be brought about DINNERS FROM JEWELRY I RIPAIIS .1N.rdl Or..,. Are.D .
O UNOO w 4T* 'AMCalltfel SAVE ON YOUR because. : of this will follow us 4)0 '.M. 0. MOO: ,.....
NEW CAR DEALroc Duck Inn throughout our years no LOUNGE
be." f. 41 Y..
pk' 131.3))1 Clea es I ...... Pee ... where we may 220 OrUmle An.. W/ "
FIor;cl.'. Only W, H.y. 10 flu..u.-. ... John Cardascla from >t H-y. 172 Ml 7-4WO FIRST NATIONAL BANK
...., ..., asrwsaaaet. James parish Is the Junior
FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOME --. pM. J.a.-' cc ee.1. dais president lie Doted that :I AT WINTER PARK
.4.r ,..
Our .:ra ;h t. w.+-.. t. .. .. ,...... .1e. _. .:d' s.. 0..... tM su. "as juniors nest year as Spring SpecialAir ..Ih TRUST DEPARTMENT ,.."'.*.i 447.1000 seniors, .. will be able to ........ft- FOIC.M .
..e ci'.. tOl/say ...4 .-4.; .+_: re1Nd'_ .r rem") 1 the benefits of this new
; circa-."'c.. .1 ..e k... ,wnay yws l'.r Frs.ere Iwek.koredAt center" Conditioner ., M.b Ie! Hero, 1..._. Mohr,ularM; .,,4 '.....-.r LNM

w_ I.c.Eoe .e L.k. .I,1"1., 'ric..J. C."AHvdFr. PRESEASON S.'. 0.,...+ I./S.s,s A(c.wh/Ck.ckisq Acc.-$
Mike eke' Is the *
lleyl .p
.Rec. ..
t Fr... G..4...' LeRoy .... ..:.+. Jr. I......., F,, Ibry e.__ Pr..,... E I S REUPHOiSTERINGS "" r more rUts presided eels SERVICE
t..... P1Ioo'- ... ...
s.. A... thai renter III a great
P. .. .... r
"-- .... CiA I'll. ,7 asset .. IIllhI,, 11.95 ;vsd \: 'WItrDOMUTf.w !
r-.. Q_..... ;
THOMSON & McKINNONIN .... so..,, Da.rC.1 .... TI i Ira Msierty. "..tllmuda. Roe AtO C. de;...aOsly .rJw
Pees Scksre. .. president from M. Mary ) 4t si Trf.t// .- eekw NI.fetL"

ORLANDO SINCE W4 AOUtTT1 MOTORSaete.sul..aLea Magdalen parish" U Maitla. 4 I C-p.l.. '. ...4. ,Js.MC ; I./ ..,.. M.H4. ..t D.....

Tel StM' bcka. ORMMVIS said that the renter wiu help 0...y. 'I V\ WUKU', "'ur (,l'p or coma
tA..w N. AD' LILT5IPCOMPA'T _.. Wr.C a_ .'-0 ou freshman ria"! mwe Ouir /* I l tc.' .+:., AT tat K t1t BR22IS ,
'114 .05., pr.c: ;,.. k..l" ( ,__ f- .. eMer and mere dtetm e <:.-4.c.1 tkewe1F.n 1
.t *'*'.. ...._.*. ew..c-. ... P. gushed members' And. heCwitrtuH bJ.1..4aM, J I. COLONIAL DIM
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.. .. C4.; Hill I hop that we put C
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M I* the flftest f-Hiifcie' (IMI Can. ewe t

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......... N
LtM LY '
c---' ....... If more" thin I unit i il Family Eaclst O'CHicktn. $3.95

Cite" 8.UfBO to be serviced, only Fin Dinner; $1.00

Pl z. 10.95 per unit, r. &Shrimp Dinner $1.11

ICt earn. ::-- JSOW e UMJlTIOVI TO tUTI roc
H OpIANG }I c.ocoo. JUICEFLORIDA PALMER "-,. irei rr r.,k TI ..4
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Ten The Florida Catholic Friday, March 19, 1965

bouquet goes to

o Y Clearwaterin participates I

Monsignor C. L. Elslander historic program

(ri> from P... .".> man as your pastor I'm positive cular abilities-but if we could (IContlitntl. team .... .no') Hater this year as a part of

Priests past and present, to you realize it and you pick out one quality that tinguished guests. lIe recalled the diocesan celebration of

honor this Priest whom he know It.What seems to shine more than T that several months before the 400th anniversary of the

called a worthy successor to is a Priest working anything else about him, I 1e the Archbishop had announced founding of Christian-civilization
Florida pioneer Priest. for He works solely for God would say it is his love of that the cultural center in the United States of

Speaking of the hardships and and for you. Every waking God exemplified in you and f would be built in Clear- America on the east coast of

sacrifices of the 16th century moment is dedicated to just his youthful enthusiasm for .. Florida, at St. Augustine
diocesan Priests and their that-to God and to jouHe everything that pertains the .JMass
successors in West Florida is your good shepherd work of God. Ecumenists Every parish in the Diocese

including the three who died He is the problem solver for Thank God for your Pastor. said Father Dittman, is helping .
in the 1880s of the yellow fever the whole of Sarasota Is Pray for him. He has only a BALTIMORE (NO)-Catholic to mark this momentous

epidemic in Tampa the there anyone here who has a human heart He needs your and Lutheran representatives occasion in our nation'i history .

Archbishop said that Monsi problem who cannot come to help and your prayers. And 1111 y agreed at an exploratory and our Church's history

gnor Elslander's priestly ca. him? And over the years hun be grateful that you have a meeting here to hold a. by contributing to the erection
reer is in that great ancestral dreds, besides thousands of man who has guided you these "series of talks" at a high theological of a Beacon of Faith on

line of the spirit. his own parishioners, Protestants long yean and will continueto level the site of America's' Oldest
Earlier in the day Monsignor and people from all guide you until his last The first meeting will be Christian Mission, in St Augustine

Cummings alluded to areas have come to him for breath. T held in early July accordingto .

the fact that Monsignor Els- advice and assistance. Later, at the breakfast the a formal statement released In addition, he said, certain

lander had been with the people If we could pick out any Archbishop stressed the great after a one-day session regions of the Diocese have
of Sarasota almost 40 characteristic-and it is difficult benefactions to this part of this week between five been selected to mark for

years Monsignor Cummings in a man of so many Florida accruing from Mon representatives each of the posterity their participation
aid, in part;: talents and so( many parti- signor Elslander's Priesthood. celebrated in St. Martha'sMonsignor United States Bishops' Com in this nationwide celebration
So often we fail to do justice mission for ecumenical affairs in a special way.
to those who serve us. Special emphasis was paid C. L. Elslander V.F. Is ute to the St. Martha pastor at the and the National Lu Said Father Dittman:

We think of a Priest as by the Archbishop to the role pictured celebrating Mass in his parish Mass.' Members of the Holy Name Society theran Council The statement
the Sarasota pastor has held said each would "Ours hat the
honor of
walking in a sphere far above church of St. Martha Sarasota. At filled pews on one side of the group
as a leader of the Holy Name name seven representatives"most being one of those selected
us. And human yet the Priest is justas Humanly f. 1 Society In the Diocese for two the right in the sanctuary l is Monsignor main aisle and St. Martha's Guild of whom are expectedto regions and ours too will be

speaking as you, to are give a decades and who continues to George W. Cummings who gave a trib- members occupied the other side. be theologians and Church the hiPPY privilege' of seeing

Priest the strength to carryon be a diocesan Holy Name scholars" clone at hand the results of

to uplift him give him a rte leader our Christian giving<< In the
United States
compliment I don't mean Tributes from lay leader. Epiphany schoolto For realization In fact of the build.

flattery, but a well deserved ship to Monsignor Elslander Ing of which this groundbreaking (
compliment came at the breakfast from Is today a I)mbo!."
James McAuliffe of be dedicated
Orlando Bishops'commission begins
How often has Monsignor: i lie gave special thanks to
St Augustine Holy Name
the Priests their
and devoted
Elslander reminisced about
the early days and how his diocesan president; Mrs. \-Redemptorist: Fathers formal ecumenicalWASHIMilON parishioners in the area without .
Charles for the
Ockelmann presidentof announce plans projectsJackson
whose he
mall flock has grown through cooperation
the Southwest Coast deanery
blessing of the new Epiphanyof
these jears. said, and encouragement this
of the Diocesan Council Our Lord School on Sun (NCThe seven-member Bishops' Mississippi III day could not have been

You have a remarkable of Catholic Women; Mrs. day, March 21. All are wel commission for ecumenical affairs took steps here to head this group It will l deal Archbishop Hurley in giving
Thomas Frlschi, president of
St Martha's Guild; and come to attend the blessing plunge the United States Catholic Church into the main. with churches with which. his benediction, thanked
there have been
stream of ecumenical encounter no preliminary Father Dittman the Priests
others. which will precede the 11;:30 (
conversations.Subcommission .
An illuminated plaque a m. Mass, and is expected to Under the guidance of Lawrence Cardinal Shehan of Religious and lay faculty for
SO EASY TO COOK Mourned made by the Sisters of St. at 11:15 o'clock. Baltimore the commission briskly advanced Catholic to explorethe the fine school services which
begin : question of the relation
they rendered and will
Father for Benedict of St. Martha School involvement by approving nearly a dozen projects at a
Joseph Fahy,
From noon until 4 p.m., ship between the Catholicunit render to the Church in the
nerly Priest of this Diocese was presented to Monsignor one-day session on March
a and Jews. Bishop Francis

there will be Open House for Clearwater community.
Elslander to commemoratethe determined the local level
tastier died March I) in Vero Beach 10. on P. Leipzig of Baker Oregon .
and was buried in Miami observance the school and visitors are Invited by Individual Bishops guidedby
meals Wtdnesday. He celebrated l his Area Priests joined in the to have' Sunday dinner At the conclusion of the private the Aalican Council's decree will direct.Monsignor .

golden jubilee as a Priest last day's honor to Monsignor while on the grounds, in the meeting, Monsignor William on ecumenism Baum said that
Elslander. social hall W Baum, executive director he and Father Joseph Flynn
year of the commission, This he said is In line with C.S.P.. of St Paul's College

said these actions were taken: the decree which states: "The a Paulist seminary here were

Father Hugh Keane who held -Approval of an effort to course to be adopted, with instructed by the commission

draw up suggested: guidelinesfor : due regard to all the circumstances to prepare a report' on a proposed .

U S. Bishops on matters of time place and inter-confessional institute -
automatically... two parishes returns to IrelandThe of common prayer and worship persons, is to be decided by for ecumenical research.
; local episcopal authority unless He said the institute was

on a Nameless ORLANDO-Monsignor Irvine Nugent was master of Keane family has eight: Establishment of eight otherwise provided for the Idea of a number of interested .
by the Bishops' Conference Catholics ,
ceremonies at a farewell reception given here on Tuesday sons, one of whom -John subcommissions to explore Protestants
ELECTRICRANGE will be ordained next according{ to its statutes, or and Orthodox led by Dr
of last week for Father Hugh V. Keane who has the possibilities of formalconversations the "
by Holy See Paul Mmear
in June of 1966, for ser of the faith and
returned to his home diocese in Ireland.\ The (event arranged year vke in Miami Protestant and with Jewish Orthodox bodies The Vatican's secretariate order department of the World

by Monsignor Terence J. Farrelly at St James Father Hugh Keane was ; for promoting Christian unity Council of Churches

Rectory, drew Priests to Orlando who have been associated host to his here in Endorsement of a workshop pressed by matters directly The June meeting in Bostonfor
parents in Boston in June for
related to the Second VaticanCouncil's
with Father Keane his in Florida. diocesan representatives
Meata cook with less during apostolate Florida!< when the Archbishop officials and representativesof
work has J
Foods Arcnmsnop Joseph P. iiur- blessed the Church of the engaged In ecumenical' workis
shrinkage. dioceses engaged in
James G Crotty, who voiced ecumenical consideration of a directoryof .
being planned by the Boston
retain more of their ley presided.The Blessed Sacrament In Cler- activitiesApproval ; Fr. Bernard F. Dittman
their fellow good ecumenical practices, but archdiocese It will be a
natural Pots mont less than two
stay cleaner.juices.Kitchen Archbishop spoke appreciation wishes to Father heane for Father Keane built years the ago new( of a similar has not completed it, Monsignor follow.up to one held this past President*, Cantral Catholic
to Father Keane on success, health and happiness workshop for representativesof Baum said summer in Baltimore High School
keeps cooler.And the church there during the three
behalf of the diocesan clergy the nation's seminaries,
cost is less than that he served Cler- The I'S.
who feel close to him and respect This Diocese has been sin years perhaps held in conjunction ecumenical office'
penny a meal per mont and the mission of \\inter bunched In January will Cultural/ cent/(er underway
him for his efforts in gularly privileged, said Mon with the Boston meeting,
Garden. draw Hi
pel'8On.Thlrl' the Diocese during the past signor Nugent to have two -ExploratIOn of a proposed up own recommendation
He moved to Lake Mary to ( In the
No Match for six years Father Keanes on loan from Interconfessional institute for meantime Monsignor -
the of the Baum at Clearwater/ / Catholic highid
Meath. They are the sons of preside over parish ecumenical research; said, and sub
fkmtleuElictric.. Cooking Father Keane's brother, Fa Nativity in August of 1WMe mil them to the nation's
Mr. and Mrs William Keane Agreement to seek the
ther William T. Keane who Is was on loan to this Diocese Ilikhnps They will be sugget- ('I.F: IlowATER-Grou broken for cultural
Set your appliance dealer of County \Vestmeath in Ire services of clerical and lay was a
also on loan to this Diocese from he tines .
the and
from Ireland, attended the re land. ordained until year was experts to assist the work of nut statutes he emphaibred. center at Clearwater Cent si Catholic High School on

FLORIDA POWER &LIGHT CO. ception. Father William Keane, the Father Keane now was educatedat the Bishops especially in thesubcommissions Sunday March 1 t Thomaa J. Madden Jr. AIA.arch>.

HELPING tUILD HOHIDATAMPA Observing that Ireland has first to come to Fonda missions Maynooth Seminary In Ire. dealing with The subcommissions tect for the new structure

contributed so many Prieststo has returned after assignments land and ordained a Priest other religious bodies. formed by the parent ecumenical the students, The entire .
the work of the Church in In Ireland He Is June 22. 1958, for Meath. lie Monsignor Baum said the unit Include thE'le'SubNImmlllion building. perimeter
of the building is made
VACATION this Diocese, the Archbishop now of St. Mary parish In St. reported for duty to Bishop course now being steered In on dialogue The' new cultural center,
COSTS thanked the Keane family and Petersburg. Kyne on March 16. ecumenical affairs Is beingAppreciation with the standing conference said Mr Madden embodies a up sliding, tempered plat

,...t.... ,.. 1I..t. a....-ntnw.Us the Bishops of Ireland who -, -- of the canonical Orthodox unique structural system that glass' doors in aluminum

II.... .".. r.. t.,.,........ have helped to give the needed Bishops In the United results In a dramatically frames
all .. ..,It. w, I. MM.h.. .. help in the immense mis. States The chairman will !be !beautiful functional and economical Construction, start with
.u e.w. N :\11..1.
....s/0o. slon here. Without Ireland Bishop Bernard J Flanagan buIld'" I. the lop of the dome That will
said the Archbishop there r- of Worcester The Orthodox He continued be built on the ground and

would be group recently voted to engage added to around the .
many spiritually The basic form of the structure perimeter
S/nlm (ltl.... II... Il.hh/e in
0.. 'h.' l.. a.Intne the l..n.nmA impoverished parts of the talll'SubcommluJCn is a segment of a per The center of the dome
114 .. .hln.r T" at.I. world. for conersatns feet sphere called a geodesic will be pulled up on a mast at
..,,,. ,.'1... "."P', % with the National domeDeveloped. It pr...r+....s. The mt will:
w rlt.iw4 He charged Father Hugh( Council of Churches
h.U The be rw.vad upon < ompletion.The .
cerr ",. Keane to be an ambassador t council Is the' nation major bir engineer.Insenter .
I........ :MI.htl.. 10501. from the Diocese( of St. Au. federation of Protestant and Buckmlniler Fuller aluminum dome rests

giutlne( In Ireland and to ell Orthodox bodies Catholic involvement apprnvlmalely U years *(a, on a tel tension ring utter:'

his Bishop how much the pen. will be Runted by this dome' It (he first .( H. which ta turn is luppnrted by

pie prl/e his friendship for Bishop, John J CarbrrrySloIbntmmlu" kind I* be tied for a It) milllum'ullur.1 steel rahsmas The steel I u ed
this Diocese. In this structure oxidites t:< a
to explore renter .* the
The the possibility of converu. cent rat of 1ttrldl. brownish Mack color: after/
departing FatherKrane' Irons with appmtimatelv two M-art and
the! l' S confer.owe .
service was one of for the World Council The building will contain never require painting,
the benefactions this Dioceseowes M r, u Churches, Bishop Carberry one contest basketball court Structural enfcmwrs t-"r the
to Meath's Bishop John wttl head also this body and two practice courts Adjacent ) architect arc N J Digruia
Kjne. the prelate who also Suboommiiiion to the gym are the lock Associates
gave: his blessing to the Sisters for talks
the RpMcopti: l Church.
of Mercy from Meath to Bishop Charles H Releasing Lwbric.t.d You Windows lately'
come to this country as teachers of Kansas CitvSt Joseph. UM 'LC-Wai" Alummum Ubn. 1

In elementary schools In will head the group prelim- cant Sloe pro.." .11' way to ha. II I

Daytona, Beach and Jacksonville expressed to Father KeaneFather tnary meetwgs already base Clean, lanq Le.*
been heM. .p* afin9 W ede.s, Doors IttiiFnX.n
Father Keane's first years Hugh V. Keare' of Lake Beach; Father Keane's brother Father ; TaekW? G"..., Foldn: ? rVm-
in this Diocese were spent as -Suhcemmhdon for dla- hire, Toots) Zippvn; Etc
M PANIELLO D.D.S. Mary who returned to Ireland this William T Keane of St. Petersburg;
I W I.ha I. ......r. lh. ..m...l an assistant at St Paul parish hg e with the :Ntlhin.l' |jth-* MI Squirt CAM AtreM1 .
.( Ml .ttI.> lt lh. In Jacksonville week was the guest of honor at a reception Father Thaddeus McHugh of Brandon; eras CouiwIL This U the melt Qu.rti Gibes at melt LaMar

I Prcctic of Dentistry Monsignor Nugent presented in mill-March when Archbishop foreground Father James G Crottyof advanced preject..A mming Supply, 'a..t and H.fdw, Scores

1..1 \, ",.....T. III 11.11 two other speakers Mon Joseph P. Hurley and his Priests! bade Parasota; Father Robert Brucato of tx-Ueea Uihrraii sad (MR- Mfrd by E9"'. D......'"h I San, t3
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has nerved this Diocese for six ).tara. Leonard Duncan of Fernandina U la Baltimore.SubcommiMian 975 S.W UtSStPompa .

A few the the dinner in Beach and Father Thomas Ryan, a ,
INSURANCE of Priests at for conWsatKMi ''o B .(h. Her da
St James Rectory Orlando were, from visiting Priest! who baa been assisting with the PmbMerians -
Auto life .Horn or Busman left background. Father Keane Father at Lake Mary This unit will be direct

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