The Florida Catholic

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The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title:
Fla. Cathol
Place of Publication:
Miami Fla
Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Creation Date:
June 4, 1965
Publication Date:
45 no. a year[<May 1, 1987-Feb. 6, 1997>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1939-]
50 no. a year[ FORMER <Mar. 26, 1982>-]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 44 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note:
Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note:
Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.

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GILITORT Strewing the unity that exists be t'OL. \\\'I, No. 31 Orlando, Florida, Friday, June 4, 19&1 10 bv U.S. astronautStaff

tween the faithful and their Priests Archbishop Joseph ,

P. Hurley congratulated all those who helped to build -+: .
the addition to the Holy Name School which: he dedicatedon .
s writer Chicago before entering theI'nKersttv
Ascension Thursday evening. After blessing the new OUR
of Michigan
(COBKAdl: "All
classrooms the systems were go" for the
Archbishop offered the Mass in Holv
This week command
Name Church at 6 --- -" AV flight of Gemini 4 firm' Cape Kennedy near here on the
pnu and pilot were Air Force students .
the dedication of the completed eve of the scheduled June 3 launch of the space ('Il'I'ulemllnn"t
The blessing of a Catholic I together: at Michiganand
school in this parish in west building by two Americans narrlnaunfol't'I'If'f'n' delay, used to fly together on
Florida was an occasion for Among the Priests also welcomed two of our aeronaut! will whirling around the earthIn weekends while at the uni

fe'icitations: to Die parish- by Father Frank P. space. for four days. as this article'\ << is being rend One. \ersity They have remained

'men who by giving' a Chris on Goodman the occasion, Gulfports were: pastor, of the men is the first Catholic In outer\ space. flight clove friends. and will make

< an school to their commun Monsignor John P. McN'ulty For a month' or more. people nil over the United! science history as the first

icy became benefactors of V.G.. Monsignor James J.MHhllft. c tea d States have been reading about the preparations' for this. Americans to fly together In
the nation. Moasignor Patrick flight The |physical! condition of the astronauta has boon prolonged' space flight They
In 1W with degrees
Archbishop Hurlrv prayed J. Donohoe, Father Timothy "copy" for the newspaper mills. and I last weekend, tele- graduated In aeronautical englneerlng .

for the blessing of God upon Allman (of St Jude parish, vision" cameras teachcd Into the Church of Our Saviour" They have spent
them for seeing their duty St. Petersburg) and Father here to "i'c| otlight one of the<< astronauts receiving Holy most of their astronaut train.
and doing It. Howard LitUChaplains Communion at
Sunday Ing program In Houston
at the ceremonieswere Gemini launch from Cape
Calling It a day when the Father Diego Coneu Mass Kennedy Training has taken them to
beauties' of the Catholic: and Father William A (Hoc,,- ns Major James A. MiDivitt Hawaii also, and now to
Church acre celebrated, he helm USAF. *ai unaware that That In what brought :Major Florida.
noted that it was a Priest ho his personal spiritual preps Iclll,lit IA the attention of Major MiPhltts wife I Is
had led the people to the con School children and altar rations for the flight. wouldbecome local, nthnllc rltUrns, for he the former Miss Patricia A
struction of their parish buildings bole formed a guard of honors VTt newsworthyNCV.C ntHkra, It a practice to attend )Haas, daughter' of Mr and
/: ; that it was a time to the dedication took place !News Service' sent Mam and recede Holy ('ommiinlos Mrs. \Mtllam J Haas of
give I due recognition to the The children's choir was under one of its regular by liners. whrnrtrr his schfd Cleveland. Ohio, Slalom| and
religious Sisters who give the direction .f Sister Carl \, Italverak to the sic pC'rmlta-d.lly If pnnlMe.Hi ion MiPivllt, and the rhil-
glory!" to God in the spiritual a\ld Thrrrse OP. Houston area and dispatched dren, Michael, 8; Ann tvnn,
works of mercy and In the a feature about the wives of mblic( affairs sPikeu| I: snit ratr, 4. the In NASA
corporal works of Local city officials, ed I I. a the astronauts this werkMeanwhile man here from Houston Bay. a .uhdlvl lon across
and that it wan a time to mercy mark tors and leading citirens were .r lha Florida skftihrd briefly this bark from the lloimtnn Manned
the magnificence of the relationship invited to attend and Join wi"! ri Catholic enliMed the aid of ground of the Catholic command !lpRc' eflter They will remain
between the faith- the parishioners on the day Father James llerlihy of the pilot of this week's there. this week for the
"i1, and their Priests who are of dedication Sisters of St. Church of Our Saviour launch of Gemini' 4: liftoff of Gemini 4 from far.
Francis. Sinters of St J(1wr'1I< parish Cocoa Reach, In oh MorlHa
Other Christ Major McDIvItt' way Wn In away
and School Sisters of Notre
As the chief pastor of this Dame Joined the Pom In;,con Lining some news coverageof hlrsiin, June 10, 193)), the The' .,Ironlllt,' wines and
the tl'lln.IIItl IIIC'II
a \ win of Mr and Mrs James
Fl(inda community, the Arch- Sisters at the ceremonies children will prohnhly come
on the Florida const I CHS
MiPivitt Sr. Ills parents now "
bishop: celebrated what he to ( nroa Heard In welcome
termed one of the glories of L news camera were on thespot reside In Jackson, Michigan, them home' after their Gemini
Pope marksanniversary to take pictures for which be considered
the Church of God the magmficent / I'r might: trip colt, Juno 7.
r telethon\ newscasts! last Sin.
triumph of the hum, ,town for the astronaut
works of ml't't'ytht spurheal 'k"I' day when M.jttr) MclHvItt. Major MiPivttt! went to a The M>'limits presently

b' ding of a Catholic school the Catholic aitnmaut" attended parochial high I school In Gohis; bark pall
Slats at the Chimb of
Forces of disunion which j Our SavlmirDackfifMind"
of ordination -
would! hue put this beautiful .c Information" on Pursue higher studies
school< out of the range of \ATIC\V CIT1 (.NC) r the flight was obtained ,

rjsihiit! he said hate no --- Pope PaulI rlo.brated !.. through the I local I public
searing among' because In affairs office
the 4Mb anniversary Jesuit graduates urged
a time when Catholics are I IIGemini's
called upon for greatness. the of hit ordination witha Hiilh of the aeronauts

Dices of disunion are doing Mass of thanksgiving<< in command pilot after Mass subscribe to hiMlan !belief\ TMI'Jesuit! High MiiKila with annual c mnwiirrrncnt .

a work of belittling his private chapel last Major Mi I(ml t In. rata of was heM! I at M pm. on WI'II"pIIIIY of last

The work of Christian education Saturday, and then followed Father James Herlihy left, parish naut who U the command pilot ff several Catholics: / numberedammif week In the MrKay amlitorlum, with aildrenses by State

comes Immediately it with. a normal I IJ'I Po4at et the Qpeoa Beach Church of the Ofminl 4 apace craft s4ie hl.dfw thus present tt astro- Representative hula de U I'arte and Archbishop JosephP.

after worship Archbishop said sddisf that 1 In .ne"wttt. the Pape'iefte after Me. greeted! Major James A outer. space X. ,la. ttte mmmandpIM H e la Part' urged that young people Inlay holdfast ,

teaching which. a spiritual etHcfctefii week the of esfreeeed btevba to MtDtvttt U.*.A F the Catholic astro- CM News photo: of Gemini' 4. Major Fd in social, moral and spiritual" values such as they
mercy ward II White. M. Is the
Ignorant with the light of roll( :- bark page pilot Major White H a iMirnst Jesuit High Prhnol high schist' | education and f
God s own knowledge and thewarmth Methodist Archbishop\ Hurley. who\ urge you M think In terms of
of His celestial comfort Hnth men are nn detached. preektod at Jesuit mmmem higher education, ..
srrvMe from the US! Air 'ement, s,Mini two words
I ask ysa always le keep In
The school which. be oVstt- force. assigned to the National IIf S'UUe'
cited was begun in Mpi.... AernmMitK-s 1 and ...... Administration Pint of all lie true l to your mind the pottlhlllly ef gluingysurvlf
her: of J'II\I aid addWonalclassrooms West coast retreats open June 4 (NASA) Manned faith It will make your life. afrtke IIf snirlflihly mankind le Is the the

were presided. .M Kpwe" (raft Center at Hmu "happy) and give you Inlertor I'rleilhnod.
the Mat two tears At that .. ton. TelLaa, ror the last :W serenity Anti, In the
school had T.\'II'A...*. have been gwen the privilege nf retreats minded (hat the retreats are St. Leo Abbey .Mtwd) begin thinking ,
time the I< eight dII'a, except for a wnkmwlwith "" l place Ibe Archbishop had special
grades and a kindergarten especially designated! for men of a region, Father scheduled fur the wrrkrsdila .rather Jude I JI".llnl I C I' their families .hock in .tins In terms of grsduateilmly words of ffllcllatlnns for the
taught/ by two !Sisters of ttpnmlnie Laurence' P:. Higgins. acid here this week TV diocesan June and July June 4fl M letennurg Pin' Treat. the astronauts hate! lly our "wld.rn l slash graduates, their' parents and
of Adrian Michigan. director of .toy retreats aatn aanouneed the scheduled' 'H.Ar tl stint. back page been preparing for the aids, you n..d more than a their teachers
and 10 teachers from' the are* retnwta' for women Additional Information on the The spiritual dinners. Fa Mr, !->. is Parse, en amnv

late srhedttse sway .be senired .by writing to the executive secWUry. thus H:Klin*. auks that reseratrana nun ef Jesuit High School,
of Education provides
Ground was hr'ohe.r 12 : care.of PO: Box lOOftl. Rt Petersburg. florid \ for the retreat be Department tail In part:
new classrooms an staikHstratl anew nv **w Coast' mad eerie| enough IIfI that T brarv In the fan ef 14. Of Augustine from the counties JMM 4. S aM S. whe mew ., made The schedule of retreats diplomas for high grade schools scientific prngrts The
fr:iting was Abbot Macon f lira jniio (itrui. Peace, *il Petersburg. arM arrive lit ,Is listed below pear qufathm recurs however on

Bowman )5B of St t>,' I' i. \Unst.e Sara KaI M U*'s Abbey. Friday. June vallaaa should be made "\IMMINr. Ihi M lOr for the fimt tunr, the tmn eiln. ali"n of timth written whether or not we are rap.
AbbeHe returned to Gu"i I "I II.Ihbnmup ..tIIa" 4 through Ike toed. ptxisktreat r. I by lope Pius XI able of resolving the problems
port :last uilio take part la v tirats on con Mrs, and ........e art reif chUrM. ittrtment of hxlumiion: ha is pnivulril a 'lnxrssn dlplo. 'It la therofure. as imps.r of automation the aged,
ma for the grade schools i and the high schools. M I"n tent to make M mistake In delinquency| and crime, rwvgetted

signor! Mortimer [Hsnsher. dtJtme rector of IIt'INIIIII.ori.| .. rttttt atlas. as Ilia to make 114t flti.i and the threatof
will see 2450 eight ih: graders graduating from mistake HI ttlll pursuit" of the nuclear war and total an

tV. Catholic grade schools' .he said. end 1f141 studentsrejisred last l ....... with whkh the nihilationKdiMsiion,
wiw will receive diplomas pipoan..t by the diocesan I* hole work of tdMstlMi Ismtrtislrlv ef enr youth
....... and nweasaniyconn offers the primary hope that
== of KducatKinOn '' be the
wji ultimately
= the opposite sheet pure is man
"l ted In fait. since edit-
.... I. after Mass. pea this' qtKrtation Iron t tie f* master of his f'r..I"fI. Put It
tin ate. ewer Ike Dtneae will mans eni x< 1" a "". hn'"II\It;sT, dark page JMUT, back page
.km. tic toe new diplomas latiMr
; .
+ 9 grsdssllRf Hintsgistirs -... ---- ...I ::..

I II I I. S sew diocesan r' u
q.Irem.M (hit all gradeerh
Mi| grad.all,,ss .h* Md R x, I,
the /Saturday .bets, |the rl".
log *f KhMil end that rflpfemas
.b* hlld.d le the ..t.d.I. e

alter Mass,

On .the elemesiUrv Ane ; >
which are ." <"'' :"
tfe psrlak. colors, n (wDM
r saw
**** W M AU.I 'II
Department ef H t tHSaX a
Most Reverend .I' iir

Itartay, DD AIr ht, -
h lisAap at ha... Ayustroo I Ikf .ti-
_Ji llkr pbra die n, --
seas d Ms ArefcfcishMtow I
fts cwt ef arms "<
I If Iw3wkT Ml

Thai Is to ertd"i iMttt .
( 9V Cllttid .having. I
....., ........ m .. o
tt atilall .e a1gIie 'of e' '
__J far toe .VMp .''r.. '.
.s....Ts Sf Ik. tier -
More classrooms blessed in Gulfport parish school II a. Miiail ire tpVrfnaswae Educators present new diplomas'it
( ef city as shirk. *CIM"I Ito

(;u.f.o.r'l Hut) \a11s J..naa DrW C> fU' .r. > "..'i"'t' '.n I,-, AMxH Nina Sow ..Ill Julie i. list ; 'it the diocesan. sty b ,mu, fig uki. M' ".ii">,II"r U"timer Danaher,
marked a mikMtosw to Ole ksatoryvf Thurw'a:. war Arrh f' S g. father fruk P OMtfaMsX M (.. .toft .ksM never (M puw... tics yw f"r the first" lime dtureMA director of schools, U pie.

Catholic growth there (thus last huolv1J' J,.wrh, f Murt-v n/h fnth r her W.lUam HnrMseta aM Fav D are ef Idiot'. s4. hu for (ma'.re than 3.VK) rrdusir' "f the lured with thO' two supervisors Slater

week: with the d'lscar..n .,fl2ad. pr''MO..of1; were '.. '" 'I.I'1'I Ili r Inego 0JftreL ..... anal ow the ..iv.trteenrer grvtf s.hss.b l and 1 hi/r> a> h,.Is <>f the J<*ep i Stare n P center, and Slater
olt..n.l: h..1 I .. .. .. \f. a pia>. for the aatmes S.fl J.
fTv rUnerx"mnO" M (I-I.'m" \* j \ the ...t/tr ate f. [II e.e .r"! A"IK'u' n. are dteptayutyhero Mary Itamun
p a pine *
a'." < it, > '. .. : fc.. r J.: I v :. ." the same fA "W i/* v .prl! < it b)' l lpaetm.r' .f K n' "'1'1ft of.




Two Tli* Florida, Catholic' ....lal.1... 4,1JH53

a. .

_ Florida ReportsSt. V. I DCCW corner j I

I .
Alice Holland, publicity
"And away to
Installation was followedby MrI James
May 23, the girls of Immarulatu Benediction of the Most Mrs. Robert E. Wilson was flash" ai the space craft
Conception School, Blessed Sacrament with singing installed as president of St. lifted off the launch pad and f; Lather,

t< vther with their friends supplied by the girls of Jonrph's Guild, Bradenton, at began Hi Journey Into outer
end; members of St Mary Immaculate ConceptionSchool. a banquet in Zmn's Restaurant space to lend back to earth
W mrn'R Guild and members Tuesday, May 25. Important technical data that ncC\

of the Catholic Daughters of Serving with Mrs. Wilson will be used to further men'f president
America! met at St. !Mary Winter Haven for the 1965-19G6 term will be knowledge of what lies be .-

Church where Monsignor Patrick ST. JOSEPHThe Mrs. George Hubbell, vice- yond. Your directors of the .wo;

J, Donohoe led a pro St. Joseph parish I president; Mrs. Thomas Gal- Diocesan Council of Catho-
gram of the rosary and the Ushers' Club celebrated its len, recording lic Women were having their like to askfry Catholic '
crowning of the Blessed 10th anniversary recently. Mrs Joseph III I n d e final meeting of the recent woman to be especially con

Mother statue. New; officers were elected: responding secretary; convention In a conferenceroom scions of the resolutions

Capt. Robert A. Allen, president Miss Margaret Wagner ;: known ai "the Launch adopted at this convention
ST, MARY ; George Mayer, vice- treasurer. Deck" because it commandsa Ever since Eve led Adam
Over 115 members beautiful view of Cap Ken down the garden path it has
New officers of the St. president; John Hammerle,
guests were present. Needles to lay all fallen to women to set the
Mary parish Guild were installed secretary treasurer; llarlan \ nedy.
recently. Mrs. Calvin Newton and Dr. L. J. Stephen Reynold was business stopped temporarily moral standards of society. 11
mistress and Mrs !' as we watched the spectacular the "moral decay" is
Young, president, will be assisted O'Rourke, trustees Father '
by Mrs. Doris Mcllale, Matthew J. Connolly ad Gorldon banquet chairman.Mrs. sight. gaining momentum in the

vice-president; Mrs Mary dressed the group and Dr. James L. I-acher Just as the men at NASA world today is to be stopped,
Sullivan secretary; M ra Arnold J. Spanjers advisedthe Bradenton. president of must first have an idea before then it will be up to the women .

Charlene Cunningham, treasurer ushers of what to do for St. Augustine Diocesan : I tf ; they can get their apace to stop it Our fourth and

; Mrs. Jean Constantine, those who become ill while in cil of Catholic Women, vehicle off the ground o we fifth resolutions deal direct.
financial secretary; and Miss church. Father Cornelius A. of the Diocesan Council must ly with this problem. We

-- ---- -_....__....__._.------_.. ty. pastor of St. .' also be ever on the alert for have agreed through these
parish installed the new resolutions to continue our
t new ideas if we are to continue
oar: ficers and presented to be leaders in this vigilance at the newsstandsand

w s th with a St. Joseph's medal. ever changing world.In book stores to help
Chairmen of the keeping with the new stamp out indecent literature.

circles installed for the changes in our liturgy I IDs We all know it Is a contributing

ing years are Mrs. Grace, Archbishop I Hurley l I factor of delinquency.
Goddcn, Mrs. Peter asked the at the
; women con As Catholic women
Mrs. John Curran, Mrs. ; vention's closing banquet to hate further agreed to use
liam Blades, Mrs. become in the
expert singing Influence In
; our our communities
MacDonald, Mrs. M I c h a Ma... In order to do this anew to help return so.
Murphy, Mrs. John
; committee has been fifty to Its former place of
Capt. Marian Rice.
e tsl added to the roster of our dignity by giving the example
cee Mrs. Walter Decker
f ; Mr); 4e t serve as Diootsan Council oursehes of being properlyand
It will be known as the
Mrs. E. G. hi modestly dressed as befits
Sherley as
Music Committee and a corresponding
the occasion.
torian, and Mrs. John
: :: committee chair
,1 9s as publicity chairman ) man should be on each Since vacation time Is so
) Terrace and deanery PCCW board near we should pay special
ej A Temple '! the heed to our sixth resolution
; I : III. also wish thai earn
r CORPUS CHRISTI at'f re our It reminds us again of the
Corpus Christi! school : Inn a'tlllai o. will i l l pros Ide a mounting traffic fatalities

I =ii dren held a living rosary ; : suc this chairman d rection.. tae cur be efforts roordin-In caused by careless driving.Let .
coronation of the statue of your vacation be a pleas
!: atrd. We will hate
to spe-
Blessed Virgin on the ant memory and not a me-
Serve Englewood unitMrs. grounds, Sunday even ; ri.'ic later Information for yen morial.In .

May 30.Chi1dren. J on.
order to build for the
Max: Bender, left deanery DCCW leader, from the As
we approach tin lazy future man has always had
has installed, from left, the officers of St. third and fourth 8 r a d days of summer "e \* mid to rely on his experiences of
Raphael's Altar Society In Englewood: Mrs Edward : formed the rosary. As the past. And sod was thatas

Hanson, president; Mrs. Thomas Edmonds, Brendan Lawlor recited ; wt reviewed our four Centuries

"ice.president; Mrs Thomas Drum, secretary; prayer a candle was : of Faith we were also
A procession into the ; making for the future
and Mrs John Robinson, treasurer, plans
followed as the children ; and the Inevitable changes

hymns. ; that have already begun. One
St. Petersburg Fernandina BeachST. Lynn Gonkl placed I could not help but be remind
crown of while flowers on
MICHAELThe Pd of Winston Churchill ben
statue assisted '
installation banquettook by he said "This is not the end
D'Ovidio and the other
this is not the beginning of
DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. place recently for members of the fourth grade.
of St Michael Guild. the end; but this is the end of
Hospital! School Bonds bearer was Debbie the beginning"
Mrs. Installed
Clayton' Sanders
Benediction of the
40) Florida Theatre Bldg. for following officersIn Blessed Sacrament 1\1 0 As sl. a> <

Sf Ptforsburg a candle light ceremony: Mrs Bettie D'Ovidio, Sis Lather

Phon. 861-03 Mrs Charles Nissen, president I gan lit Mrs Mary /

; Mrs Mike Flala, vice- Ringer, principal, and
president; Mrs. Jon Zern, Ann Malozi. organized ROOF

ALPINEThe secretary; Mn. DuPont Row first May procession in J.
land treasurer; Mrs. II. R. parish.
alt now Nursing Horn p. 'Jr., parliamentarl-
for the fintit In Nursing!! Mrs Gilbert Weigh- : r
Home Care. damn lake Wales recording erretary Mrs.

S67-6S7J -i James Judge: of HOLY SPIRITOn president Mrs. Donald! 344.1041
14S6 21st Av,. South Syr a Beach wasguest Sunday, May M. vice-presldent ; and Mrs

ape r. The Redemp-- members of the Toomey, correnponduif aec-
torlst Priest addressed the Youth Organization: '(' ;

women on their job as hands Holy Communion together .. .
of Christ. -- -- Holy Name Church
. .

HEARING AIDS Woman invited to place JACKSON'SSHOES
Edouard C. Craig

f r.. 54995Th' TAMI'A-Kathcr Lauienie )/. \I k W.o.. r -.. Cwtfctctor and Diltribufef; ;
/ r..,.. "..11. u. .. ,.n f. 1Hr<. 1:1 a.air. Ilowrl
SA Petersburg ..., ."h..1 Higgins, diocesan director of ....1.idMr. all r. ... for DON BARDEllA
ELiWORTH! retreats this work lists the T....p.1MfMlMa. : Y'.lon C"c. :
4i45 fth Street, North sins ter... "I.... Ta. ass ..AI ., Wvn. Thou, Jr. and Mowe; J.It. M**'''gr
area directors and parish IK I, Kin MlMr .
M.l 11Ir M*. '17.""" St. Sol 147-4101 441 C."trl A.,. 162-1)55
chairmen of Ihe.It\ Florida site ....
*. JlMMlaWu .... *...
Laywomen's Retreat Association. C" ....., &M.Yf.f .
Cameo Dining Room I 5c.aH1
a.r.ll..1 a.p.r1 N.rrl... Women living In parishesnot N u.. .... N Peel. .. -

O EDWARD JAMES HOTEL covered by the parish M JIIfIe ....... ,MatDlII...,. A

n. ,.......... ........ 'h." sds chairmen and area directors .Mr... tar Jot* .t....HM N. .. FOR AN HONEST DEAl .. (All ONEAl
,,01... ......... named below may write to e aaawsd i
e.s.- I...... .... ". ... .....h. Mn. C. Riles 410 N, Palmer HrM..I **..> .......
sees ,.... 862-2128
in .My i, n.MII7&0 Plant City, Florida, for retreat I"fro Mm JON. ,...5.Tech "".'...*.!. 't....... .
Gulf Blvd..Tr.iure Island 34I-J26I information and reser. IM Rt. KN .
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shuns *. Ri meUM NHkkI .... EXTERMINATION
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PrnidrnUeNN / haled here should I ,l. Ilk. Av. .. ,-
make reservations as earlyas W, ll.rkaritarrwt p.N..... ..... f Son f* 1X10 AVINUt. KHflM
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possible so thai preparations HurlMM '.,:

for the may retreats be made scheduled properly In INI* .J'r.: ., t UMM. ..... HOLY LAND RoL4E-J.n./e1..1-C.J.;

June and July.Rflt'T'ltlon. PlII.II.. Pull Mil. w Kt. ...... IC'R: $1096. N.-. f.Ulfic;
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policy of brutal persecutionof Thru The Florida Catholic, Friday, June b 3

religion continues in Yugoslavia Sharing our treasureArchbishop

WASHINGTON (NC) -United Stat Senator conjunction- with t h third of Kwanju I

I Thomas J. Dodd of Connecticut hu stated volume of
a "policy of a report of "Tha
brutal persecution of religion" continues in Yugoslavia Church and State Under Com fells of his conversion

flespite the reputation that Orthodox church I leader opposed munism," dealing with Yugotaia. -

country has for a "more to Marshal Tito'i regime by the Senate Internal Daniel E. Hudson "
liberal and humane" brandof and hung him across security subcommittee of an early editor of r; ,
communism. the Yiu:
senator < han:<'d He said the Dodd Identified the church accustomed to say "I'm always r.lhn'w \

Yugoslav secret police I..*1tal t.jtuivd ui the leader at Dr. Dragoljub Vur- glad to meet a convert, f
made an unsure--fit' at. tt..I'Jn I' pro-s last DecemberIn delja, president of the Serbian for he Is a living witness: and John A. !
tempt to kidnap In Tu J Mo ant t Orthodox Church of
a I'ati'm :at :-ued in a walking testimonial to thepower
Triest. ''e ef God'i ." O'Brit' '
t' i 1'r grace

".\. I II the ease In every 1 Yes, every conversion Is ; I
e t h e r communist country, due ultimately/ to Ills grace,

Church and state in Yng*> 1 r but hi some cases Its working
; slat fa are theoretically separate t seems more evident and dra could receive Him In II; 't

( rt ," Senator Dodd said/ matte than In others. It Communion first warmed
changed Saul the persecutor heart and then shook me
"How separate they are tat )') Into Paul the Apostle the the roots of my being. At ti it
4 practice was dramatically IV (
lustrated the greatest convert maker of all moment I made up my r: d
by recent con'Ictlon time. that I would become Ie ,'
\ in Italy of five conspirators Elected at Incarnation, SarasotaThe lie. The memory of that

who had been offered Its action Is etldcnt la the cldent Is as fresh as the hit
$20.000 by the Yugo. Ave Maria Guild of Incarnation Marguerite Meier, first vice-president; eonmsloi .f Harold W. took place yesterday I >

F slav secret police to abductDr pariah In Sarasota recently elected' Father John F Lima M.M., pastor; Henry of Northfleld. Mlnnlsola hews It was then that C d

1 DrlJOoljuh'urdelja.. president new officers to nerve for the coming Mrs. John r trilll. president; and Mrs. now the Archbishop of gave m* the precious grace:

Church of the of Trieste Serbian, Orthodox and deliver year: from the I left, lire John Me. Louia J. Juhasz aecond \'ice.prl'lIldfnt. Kwsnjju Korea. of faith. Wearing my baseball

him via an unguarded A''f'na. corresponding secretary; Mrs. "1 was' roared" related uniform, I was baptized one:

s rout across the Yugoslav Archbishop Henry "a Moravian afternoon In May 1922 and

frontier attended church and received i our EucharUtio

The senator said the attempted Florida Reports log secretary; Mri Albert D Tarpon Springs Sunday school regularly and Lord the following Sunday

abduction was to remove Higgins treasurer; and Mrs ST. IGNATIUS went lAo to other Protestant "At breakfast a couple'
Dr. Vurdelja so that JacksonvilleSACRED Jack W. Morgan, historian. churches In those churches I months later father though
Beginning June 6 the Sunday
pro-Belgrsd elements could HEART Largo heard so many fantastic talesof not then a Catholic openeda
Masses for St.
take o>'er the influential and Mrs. Arthur Rlcliman has the sinister Van-virus on' copy of the Far East the
wealthy Orthodox communi received the gavel as piesi ST PATRICK Church will he at I and 10a of Priest and nu ithlt I mission magazine of the Co-
and 12
ty in Trlf' t.. dent of the Women's Guild Mri A. Brurt Horton Jr m. noon.Women couldn't pass in front of St. lumban Fathers. It contained

"In attempting to determine Sacred Heart parish was Installed an president of of the St.. Ignatius Dominic's Church without a picture of their new seminary -

the ultimate responsibility Other new officers Inducted St Patrick Mothers Club atan parish Women's Guild recently quaking with fear at Omaha. Boys with

for a crime, It is customary at !Sly's/ Restaurant were Installation dinner on Mav elected new officers. "When I was 10, mother high grades were welcome/ ,
Honorary member to ask who stands to Mrs. Fred Wltherell. Mri. 20 Mrs, Frederick Schmidtof Serving this year will be Sirs died, and two years later father 'Harold.; he said 'how would:

gain the most from it," Dodd Richard L. lane vice presidents St Petersburg, past president Joseph Guilianl president; married a Catholic you blat to go to St. Colunv
Highlighting the May me.t- laid "Th involvement of ; Mrs. Joseph Reed recording of the West Coast Sirs Roy Fuller, vice president widow with three grown ban's Seminary'1 The more

JACKSONVILLE fog of the Catholic Woman's+ the Yugoslav! secret" police secretary; Mrs Deanery of the DCCW, actedat !; lira Norman Cullen, daughters I wasn't afraid of I mulled over It the more I

Club of Jacltonv'rila was tft.prtlt"t.tion should establish beyond any Eugene Anderson treasurer, Installing officer. Other officen recording secretary Mrs. them but I was of their liked it.

of an Honorary doubt that it was the YugoSlav and Sirs Walter Dudzik. corresponding installed were Mrs William Lehman corre_|wnd- Church. Isabel, one of my. "On December 21, IJ3J. I
bf; membership' to Mother leg secretary; and Mrs William .
communist) state which secretary l.a.'rrn011., vice preside stepsisters, finally got m* to celebrated my first Holy/
St.Ann Joseph of the Sitter .f expected to be the ultimate Circle chairmen installed n t. Mrs Benjamin] I Piersall, treasurer attend St Stephen's parochial Mass In St. Dominie's, the

Brown Joseph by Mrs J. Reedy beneficiary of Dr. Vurdelja'sabduction. were !Mri. George Winters Robert treasurer Mrs school In Minneapolis, where Church before which I had!

tCTAUftANfStning Joseph, president.war a charter Mother member Anna ." Mri Robert D. Dortch. Mrs Morris Hamblm. recording Sister asked to I thought I could play foot- shuddered when passing It asa

of tfio club/ whan it Senator Dodd said the various Richard Page M,.. James L secretary; and Mrs Joseph hall. They had no team however boy
DtcJotrt was organ.isad churches Jilfk. Mri R J. Kuna Jr corresponding secretary .
in Yugoslavia"sr matt Mrs ? ss the kids merely .
in 191 17. She was then dedicate inchaplains "My father and sister h4
Miss; Margaret Dignan but governed by commissions ) Frank Scruby, Mrs James ship kicked a football around during earn Catholics and
STEAKS nsigned my
F The Club members ..enled
for religious affairs hmly.In.. Adrian pre
In 1924 to enter the" ;. recess. brother Is a Columns ml*,
SEAFOODS headed up by members of the Owens and Mrs. Charles A. Sirs Richard Prince, outgoing honorRVY llt'r .
congregation in St. AVo Mary, our seventh- slonary In the Philippines.
communist who have Apfelbec. president, with a gold
PRIME RIBS? quttme. She is a pait mother party grade teacher, assigned' a 1'Ot'tlon
oanarel el the St. received special Ideological Special! committee chair. medal and charm disc flTMlrhl'lII (NC) of the catechism to be "During 27 years In Korea
MilRTtUJWAYfxc Inters training for combating re men named were Mrs Albert Guest speaker fur the evening -A Navy destroyer escort tied has privileged m* to repay
recited the next day, Fearful
h__ ligion." \' Pfelffer. All Saints home was Monslgnnr John P named for the only United' of what I thought she would Him 'In part for the precious
Sirs Anthony )Duncavaa. al McNulty pastor Father States armed service chaplain of
gift by sharing
"Those hath
clergy do to if I
mea m, didn't learn, I
,," ""'" ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, \ CLEARYCONSTRUCTION Orthodox and Catholic, she tar. Mrs. Stanley Parker Kmllto: Garcia gave Ttenedic- to win the congressionalmedal stayed until 2 learning It with several thousand natives
CO "Heart Beat News", and Sire turn of the MOlt Messed Sacrament -f honor will be dedicated up 1m. here. that
.. resisted or denounced the that lesson heart. Pray w* may
T) Aiasaslrsaa5w .. here September U by by
Robert Head "
erorrnr"r r s rsusaln encroachments of the state shop Nevertheless of share It with all, Bishop"
lea a a.'- r.r If_ Mrs George P. Colt was his sister who li a Maryknoll) my Henry said
72"455f.N. were imprisoned .r executed. Installing officer Daytona Beach Sister. the catechism showed ma
." the senator said. how erroneous were my notions
OUR LADY OF LOURDES The ihl- Is the lfS.n.! O'Cal-.
Within CHRIST THE ICING of the Catholic religion
takeover a year after In communist Sltdes of the World's Fair New officers of Our lady (lahan, named for the late Father Each new lesson made larger CLEARWATER
the Catholic Church were shown by James FMarlier of Lourdes parish Women's Joseph T. O'Callahaa chinks In the armor of my
aorl r_ ... nub were pleased to have JIJ.
during the meeting hostility,
which had a total of 2700
_..1t Pd'C ._- Croat Prteols. I'*t *.> Priests of the hiNd of, Christ the parlor MnnaffMir' ; Father Irvine Vfctor Nugent Jar It will he christened at the "'1nall, I became eager t. TOM'S
i br f'.<<1It1ntl. yn who fled parish rrc.ntlySternbers earmi S J Father. John PCaulOM. lime Shipyards by Sister learn abo l (he religion, and
"fI. abroad, and several hundred of. the Guild will and Father Brett. Rose Marie the farmer Alice with Increased' knowledge SHOE
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imprisoned Dodd said. dan C Itonnelly I 1C. prevent O'Callahan II f Cambridge, came an Increase In my respect
group during the I 30 a m REPAIR I
The subcommittee study Mitt at their, recent Installation Manaac'huaelts She Is on the and admiration for Its
said that over the early/ protests Saturday, June I, for ceremonies Taking office faculty of Mar)knoll College, leaching Th. fl..... In "."Ir.

RELIGIOUS BOOK of, both the SrbM Orthodox wend peace.CATHOLIC were Mrs William Mr. Manila the Philippines. q..lIl .A Wnrkmamhla

& GIFT SHOP Owrch and of the WOMAN'S CLUI Doall. president Miss Vas: Father" O'Callahan, who "I remember that when I 1890 DREW ST.

5M .r "'. !....... 111 .rN CatMsc Church the Yugoslav Th* Catholic Womafl'i Club gmia Nicola, first vice presi died March 111, I'M. was a learned about the doctrine of These 4IJ-TI7S
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The Lift of Our Lord God' world I

Catholic Comment Holy Family drew othersto Progress in prayer is obligation ;'

Dear Graduates join in public work 1 TT ii possible without to receiving get to heaven a our prayer.prayer is onlyla\ > I IIt

Is easier admittedly} ,, to
Dear Graduate: emotions, for the adult world Into single sacrament For example 1 God than '
the return from Egypt, talk to to listen t III.
I Your parents, Priests and teachers which you are entering haa many pit. ON the Holy Family had a person may be Father God It is much less discoi: 'I

look with mixed emotions on your falls and dangers gone to live in Nazareth. It ignorant of the need for baptism lAG J. forting to rattle off WOM, I
The numbers who have failed to if had I than to probe the depths
graduations. You have reached another was as they vanishedinto t yet may achieve that 01
find happiness in this world today are Nazareth. Darkness Treseproblt'm one's own heart Yet, God
in life. You are state of having a
plateau your legion as is attested to by the high swallows them. Frank J. ';; grace cannot tell us where to ,J e
ready to take your place in the adult divorce rate, broken familiea and ever. genuine love for God. from here unless first we d <. '

Yo orld. increasing neuroses Apart from the strange episode SheedThe It ii possible to get to heaven eover by self.reflects, I
In Jerusalem when Our
Some of you will go on to higher We have given you a formula for Lord was twelve, we catch without a sacrament, but where we are standing rig\ 1t\

education. In today's world, higher happiness by giving you a deep under. no glimpse of them for the for a person having the use now. difficult and f
It is fatiginnj
sunlv- .
education is almost essential for ad. standing of your Faith. best part of thirty years of reason it Is not possible to of economic too. to focus our attention "n r

vancement. If have any possibilityof life Is unless we find to heaven without d
you No a success When at last the darkness get prayer. difficulties and challengM God in silence, waiting i j"T' I
furthering your education you and the formula for happiness reason was that the The obligation to receive the The
lifts, the Family we see Is not have increased in the Him to speak, waiting an I
should do so Your nation, your that you have received is that the same-one fact has gone, Jewish languages had no sacrament is proportionateto sphere Just as much Inspiration of grace. Some I

Church and you yourself will be the which Is given to man by God Him and there are new faces. By separate word for cousin, or a person's awareness ofthat as.spiritual if not more than in the times we are reluctant t
beneficiaries of your advanced educa self the year 26 A.D., when the indeed for uncle of or have obligation.The sphere of employment. Our listen for fear of what God<1 I
could course
So really, rather than wishing you Hidden Life was ending They described a cousin as the son obligation fo pray (fin temptations, especially to may ask of us. At other trm' ,

tion.For those of you who are unable to every success we would like to wish Joseph must have been dead. of a man's father's sister it proportion to one's capacity) indulgence and covetousness we simply cannot hear I II! i I
if He docs not figure in OurIArd's I I. absolute It Is surprisingthat far greater than our voice t
go on to schools of higher learningyou you the greatest happiness, for you was easier to call him a are
public life at all, andit many of us take the duty had to contend( One reason why we (
normally grandparents
to will be
should make every effort con find happiness you a success. brother And so they
is unthinkable that in a .f prater so lightly. with. get God's message may be ,
tinue schooling in night schoolsor May we wish you God's choicest did
your have such
I family the father The field of our Christian because we a t
technical schools. blessings on the occasion of your should go unmentioned, even We find plenty of InstancesIn Too often we remain on a responsibilities has widened limited vocabulary We kn, v (

We mentioned In the beginning thatwe graduations more unthinkable that Mary the Old Testament. Lot, Juvenile level, with hardly enormously, too Our obligations how hard it Is for an adult to t

approach graduations with mixed The Editor should move about so freely for instance, was the son ofAbraham's any progress In prayer to neighbor are more talk to a small child. There ,

with other relatives but without brother, Abra beyond the habits of childhood numerous and more urgent are so few words that the ,

Joseph, if he were still ham's nephew therefore but We perform our little than a previous generationhad child knows Similarly, if are ,
he is called his I brother ritual of stylized orisons at
Pope Paul VI alive to face; or at least, thana do not keep developing Ol.T< t
(Genesis 14. 141. Laban who our bedside morning and
For Catholics, he Is the generation recognized religious understanding (>,,' Smeans
patron of a happy death he switched daughters on the night. Daily we try to cover previous of
: Yet too few of us regular spiritual! .
. Asks devotion to Sacred HeartThe died we feel certain, as we unfortunate Jacob, was the (however distractedly I the strive for ,that progress in reading, God has a hard time I
should all wish to die, In the cousin of Jacob's father but five decades of our beads which makes for getting through to us. }
presence of Jesus and Mary. Laban calls Jacob his brother Having spoken our quota of
following is a transla much since then the devotionto only by the Polish king hierarchy Our favorite prayer to the (Genesis 29. 151. words, we feel that we hue spiritual maturity. He cannot show us how to '

tion of the February 6 Latin the Sacred Heart has and faithful as also by Holy( Family ends: "Jesus, Later in the Old Testament discharged adequately our Can we say, In complete be more Christlike If we do

letter written by Pope Paul flourished among both the the members of the Roman Mary and Joseph, may 1 II Parallpomenon-which in obligation to pray. honesty, that our prayers not really know what It 1

VI, and made public on clergy and the Christian people archconfraternity but they breathe forth my soul in your the Protestant Bible is called We keep lecturing our really fulfill the definition of means to be Chrlitlike.He ;

March 18, to mark the second and has penetrated to almost were also celebrated by the blest company." Chronlcles-23, 21 and 22'> we young people "Get all the prayer, which I II "a raising of
centenary of the Institution of all parts of the world. nuns of the Visitation Order, find the sons of Cia (better education you can You'll go the mind and heart to God?" cannot, by a movementof ,

the feast of the Sacred Heart For this reason the Apostolic the entire city of Rome, the But, If the family was known to readers of Englishas nowhere in today's world unless grace bring an idea to tt'e) ;

growing cult to the See brought this widespread Bishops and queen of the smaller by Joseph's death, It Klsh). the father of Saul you have a college education Prayer Is not merely. a matter forefront of our mind if the

THE Heart of Christ veneration to its high noble French nation, and the was larger by a number of marrying their I ""sisters" or some special skill." of -talking to God idea is not in the mind to ,

has In recent times so clear. point when our predecessor superiors and members of people for whom nothing s* which would have been IncestIf We all recognize that as Prayer means to communicate begin with.

ly manifested "the unfathom of venerable memory, Cle the Society of Jesus. Thus in far written In the Gospels has the sisters had not been in civilization grows more complex with God. and communication We labor so hard to excelin

able riches of Christ" (Eph ment XIII, received the pious a very brief time it extended prepared us.Immediately. fact cousins, daughters ofCis' the competition for job must work both 'ways so many things. We workto 1

3, W which flowed from the request of the Bishops of Poland itself throughout almost the after Our brother becomes tougher: and tough. or it is not communication at Improve our golf, our

pierced side of the Divine Re. and of the Roman Arch- entire Church and produced Lord's first miracle at Thus mention of Our er. all Prayer must have its bridge', our bowling, our gardening .
the of the Sacred outstanding fruits of sanctity Lords brothers need not periods of serious sell eu or our cooking. It Ii
deemer when dying on confraternity
cross, He reconciled, to the Heart and on February 6. in the souls of the faithful. Cana went, down St. John to tells us"He: mean that they were blood I It! Is too bad that we do. nut mtnation Prayer) mutt ha\e too bad that it so seldomoccurs

the Capharnaumwith brothers, the word would apply to the problem of relljluui its periods of silent contain. to us to strive for excellence
Father the entire human 1765. granted Ilturglc.1feast
occasionof His
Wherefore, on the mother. His brethren
survival the same reasoning plation Otherwise God has in the skill
equally have been applied to greatest
with its office and Mass
race, that the most pleasing the second from and His Let
centenary disciples.
cousins. which. we apply to the no opportunity to speak and of all-the ability to pray
been in honor of the Sacred Heart
fruits have produced
the time all this had Its wonderful us pause upon these brethren.
from this cult for the benefitof both to the Illustrious Polish beginnings, it Is withno Remember that brethren We know the names of four

the Church. nation and to the above men little Joy that we heard simply means brothers; It Is of Our Lord's "brothers." Sacred Scripture

For our mOlt merciful tuned religious sodality by that solemn celebrations to a different form of the plural,

Saviour, as it is said, ap approving the decree issued commemorate this occasion much a> the word cow has When lie was already showIng I

peared to the devout HeIIRIOUS. by the Congregation of Kites were being prepared here two forms of the plural, cows the power that was in

St. Margaret Mary on January 26 of the same and there, especially In the and kin The word kine Is by Him, the people of Nazareth 'Without Me you can do nothing'IN'

Alacoque, In the town of year (let. Plus XII, encyclical Diocese of Autun, within now Just about dead in English expressed their I astonish

Paray.Momal Haurictis Aquas, A.A.S whose boundaries lies the The word brethren ment "Is not this the car
48, p. 341; A Gardcllmi "[)e. town of l'aray.le.Monlal, and would be dead too, but for penter's son' Is not his I : an age of smug self sufficiency guard the city. In vain does

Showing Himself to that her, He all ere t a Authentica" S C.R. particularly in that sanctuary Hi use In the pulpit. Anhowthere mother called Mary, and his such as the one in 1 1o the guard keep vigil."

Insistently requested v2,1856. n4324)) v.S, n.4579.3)). where pious throngs of pilgrims I Is no difference between brothers James Joseph and which we are living, it is No matter how hard the
honor Ills Heart wound. f
men ,
ed for love of UI, by the public So II happened that 73 << come together to venerate the words brethrenand Simon and Jude And are not" easy to forget the sweeping, Father self reliant person works, his
all\ his sisters here with us labors are doomed to failure
the sacred where brothers. has
recitation of prayers, and years after that humble Religion place unequivocal warning of our
Johl J.
( Matthew 11, 551) lie can work from gray dawn
the of the Heart of the two forms of the
compensate In every wav ponM'C //( of the Visitation Order mysteries plural, lArd: "Without me you can
Were the four thus nameda to purple twilight and wear
| for all the Injuries In- departed for the heavenly Jesui are believed to have but Hebrew hasn't, nor has do ('.'It'loe
nothing" (John IS, 5)).
Christ's brothers, and the himself to a frazzle for lark
been so wonderfully manifested Aramaic Creek
flirted upon Him. Joys, the liturgical feast and nor
numerous nameless sisters of rest but if h* does not
the special rites In honor of and then to have Latin It is possible (for a person
As a result of the work of the Sacred Heart were Odlle.d. spread throughout the entire So Our Lord had brothers actually\ His blood brothersand to go for days even years, work hand in hand with God, I

I St John Eudos and other incentives world. Were they actually His blood sisters We know that without giving Him so much h* will accomplish nothing. ,
given I here and brothers children of Mary they were not of Information which mayplunge On the other hand, the man

there, it Is astonishing how These were received not (To be continued) and Joseph, conceived in the If we read the accounts of as a paMwg( thought" let u* into dark tragellAnd who recommends his efforts

.. usual way of marriage!: after Our I/ord 'ruelfa.lon-Mat. alone praying to Him for ** for our vaunted < ""II.> to God and calls upon Him
-- -
--- --- the virginal conception of thl'27, 56; Mark 15, 40; help After all who needs trol of the forces of nature. for help will succeed almost

Father Michael V. Cannon Jenus'-not that that would John 19. > -". find that the Him Man has the world on can w* simple blind ourselves without trying

Minion of f Nombrt Do Die. have made them brothers mother of the first two in the a string and the string's to the 6>\ aitation. This is not to deny the need
but half brothers only for list James and Joseph, was around his finger He has material and human for personal endeavor It re

Joseph would have been their Mary of Cleophas. called by bent the forces of nature to wrought by flood. tornadoes. meant always true that God

father and he was not the St John Our Udy's sister satisfy most of his needs hurricanes earthquake. tid /helps thoM who help them ,

QR6At clupteas 1 in father of Jesus So that the first two men moat of his theatres In any at waves, and any number of wives The J psalmist, l let U' I,

In the list were cousins of given situation, all he ha to other similar so-called acts not forget wan a poet and si

flom6A CAtholic Rut In fart the word of Christ: it is hardly hi ely do I I. pull the string. push of God"" The truth is that w* such employed an exaggerated .

l histoRy brothers did not secesisrlly that the other two were! blood the right button, and the live an essentially uncertain contrast for the sake ofeffect

-- ---- mean fur the Jews ions of brothers relented to num. situation Is resolved to has eiMtawt, and BO morn. M a
the same parent. It could hers three and four such satisfaction.Thli. .
on a ditty can hope for soltdsocvnly
Chapter 15 national allegiance\ worked My
would .
government! never dintuib mean any clone relation. list without. divine U the second Unra he remind
A tad lustrum now supervened nerloin prejudice to their re them in their occupancy _. .f f curt, It a pat he- assistance his reader that put

for Catholic St. ligion. ; and, after considering the tally( narrow slew *f nly material strength and

Augustine The decades that followedcan subject, h* said he! would Question boaSeek thlnm.W This U a truth eipreued a* security are a lilt .f f Goat, but
take my advice and remain." early a* the story of the life Ittelf Ills mOil
:In quick order following the only be described\ as a may be fortunate laser *f Babe) and repeated
sea of troubles The Churchin One year later, however deliverance from rMNiih to be :
part of that
day, July 10, 1821: when Father frequently |I. the Inspired
Fast: Florida found herself Crosby died His assistant. **d.rabt .....,.t of humty **!- The 'Bohold .
Cblonel Robert Butler, United Father Juan pace author .f( palm ww are a gift
adrift without I moorings, Nepomureno which: it "enjoying standard IH put It hit 'from the Lord the fruit oft
States Commissioner without captains, without Gomez, stayed on alone temptations and trialsQ. of Uvinjt af which: press tb* womb u a reward"Tike

marched into the courtyard much more than a tar to goby : for another year and then he, out generation could not .t'nl.u I the Lord build the in tort. the

of( the old Castillo de San She would not reach safe too. was gone as ill health lin't the sentence In the Our future English transU eves dare to dream But If w* house they labor in vain who. Hi* SMWMswut. warningof lilt you

Marcos to receive the protocols harbor for another thirty. forced his return to Cuba. Our 'alh.r-"Irad us not Into ton will probably read would summon up enoufti! build it. Unless tile Ur J CM do nothing. ."

of transfer of East Florida seven years. For (he second time In !:M temptation"mbheadiag' I "SubJect us not to th* trial courage to peek over the rim
to the fast fledgling American First to go were the Church years, and for the first time find It difficult( I* understand of our warm little nest for a

Eagle the Catholics of buildings the parish church, since I64 East Florida was our aiklnfc iod not to lead. .* Q. My elenrt I I. bothered bird's eye VIeW of the human M J
the oldest and only parish in the about a nlbl,. A would Murray
burying ground, the Dish without a single !Prleit.' Into Icmplillua. I bow that purses scene we realise with
the province were summarily op's residence, the Mission of temptation are always guns m* a Bible and told me a shudder that the sat maJontv .

dispossessed/ of their church Nombre de Ihos (insure frequently Added to the losses, East around us, but I dons think t. Mate It blessed dtirlag ..urIInu.1 of our fltowmn are

buildings, their Priests, their called at this time Florida was also without a lie would be leading us to mliilo. I was a hopeless victim of poverty, Strange but true

Bishop, and, in great part the hermitage of Nuestra Bishop. Since I 1806, JurisJic them. I pray Him to help m* server. The Priest was disease, (fear intocunty. .nvjmU

their livelihood. Senora de la IA"eh.and" ) the tion had been exercised over told and ahus temptation, preaching) M I left the Itible :*. Ignorance, par. doopa 911.. '''h5. NeWC Nos S.rvcs

'Once again, as had happened old Franciscan Content of the Spanish province by the .* the c.u lertop la the ( *. .

In 1763, the change oftiumnt the Immaculate Conception! Bishop of Havana A. St. James says icrlity hoping that h* scold And .we ourtetvf. art w* r sou e++ 5.0..-r tAS-.1+rr
In Uleised is the man who endures see ft aid bleu It. 'a a. M Y I M'w.e ',d
long use by this date as a :Now that political communications really so H\'t'fe. *o Mf ufficicnt ,G ,. ,
military barracks between Florida temptation; for when Th* daughter. *f the soma M carwfr**' Not J Uacnry ayL+4o.M Al urA p arM.. r.y

Under the pica that it was and the Spanish Islands had he has been tried, he will receive she asked me to hu M really not if we are honest 7 Ii..i r, H. Ml.5r5"ra
7h ''Ftort. li1Carholtc the crown' of loft which' blessed *Aq 1
; nut the Church but the Kingof : been severed the Bishop of went to the sacristy with ouraelv.e the must ad.mat /
Spain who" held title to Havana petitioned Rome for God has promised" to those axl took H sway, after the that W*. at bead, nbaiartkXU

these! structures and lots, the severance also of ecclesiastical who lute Him (Jas I. 121 sermvn. There U a fitly Jifly
However, St. James continues chance that the Bible ass notbleiaed.
ties between
they Florida
were appropriated by
The .
"Let r lieu r*.
the I'nited States as publicpropvity and the Spanish hierarchy. no man say If It wa not, am I
..., when h* Is tempted, that he responsible for keeping u Tperson Mrucled U insulate co fromlife's
1'.hll..d 0rlda5 assigned to b* : ti
Before hearing an answer, Is tempted by God: for GodIs who. rtadi it from lank realities ascome ,* a Nr.r.r.
... administered
1 tiHiiiK eu..a by new Tcrrilorial
.'.... n.. sass 4t> mi and while Hill unaware to no tempter( to evil, and He gaining hKUlfenceir iimhlinf about our
Ill *... ......1| llrlt. governmentThe which American diocese Himself tempts no one" A. If encountera ear at any moment, and weLMW
you never
..".... 1.'tI. 150.5a.IwrIMM.r Florida French Cuthollcs H, ones If ..1) .Sa .. .o
urn loll was Father might<< belong, the In saying greater problem, your life ; t ,
a. I. and t uMr ua
A. 'wr
C ,do thin per )Yt oil'.. :Michael Croiby.Disheartened Buhof tf Havana thrust the the lard Prayer ask T>o will be tranquil to the point rounelouly.SomethuK. I rLai
Irt.. /s.e. problem province Into the not let us succumb to the IIf burdom
h. t''.'". 5'I">.,1\. Ii a unn. by the changeof hand of Irish hors r scrupulosity simple at 'he!
temptation However
young this Is Then is rtallv no need that .
of Ihe.Iltoll I-IW trw 1.- flags and of the dune brll or the
I it .,. .. ....... chances of Catholicity ring the telephone or a
f iVn'rrrll :\ l maintaining Illihop .( the scaly I e fledIKO The Greek word which !St Indulgences granted lor reading
I irnrr M4 Martin publttlwntf In the midst of swelling letter ran herald the Mnl\"(
| > Diocese of Charledoi, Matthew uses for temptationmay
? - :U,sll l ti: .r Ik* Art .f MrkS. population! of Protestant in South Caroline alto mean trial or ten It reverently for 1) minutes ,
11;.. Immigrants Father unu" un'n_""
Crosby St. James seems to UM it In another for shorter
thought at first of abandoning Bishop England recorded that sent In I, z. 'Esteem :
Itall combined with
E EPo the briefprayer
Why Amen ? /i
the parish and of persuading the news In his "Diurnal or J Joy, my brethren whenyou the Priest after
.11.. p. ...tllta..h. his Spanish and Mtnorcan diary, under the date July 10, fall Into various says The "Amen .
trials +
reading It at Mall while kws said
LSINrIalsoro people to do the same Amen 1833: It may be that Matthew,' has In I the book, and a third- wkm. rath tag Holy ('ens.mac. 7J& & r y S S&
",.. I... ...... can Colonel Butler urkfd. hunotherwise "I received "letter from in
a mind that ...
final h a ro4e tio. *' +
oterwhiMM rer of r&ta/ui/
plenary continuing this '
" .. M.5h.1.4J..ral.ll "'11f' |Iles h *Tl* ?Vin tJ
.... .. < Mr tit Hishtip ul Havana, ut < trial ta which. h* PTM-IH cab day for a faith. ID the |11.1| |, t. lurl- fC7.cIi [ >Vi/TtJ// (
(0r\.1 "..d. 5.r0..Y.Lhlday a ('Nib)' v>4 a uf..j t> nut lad it to t* out U hit i*>ttrta retell M !4, a .UJ oalesethou fixfelh, Blt4AJ with CO- Th custom.1 Ulac II.(<* s A uwd5rraer.wr r
U> itaala in charge of th* alien J to East: kxkU.\ and
days had U*. iKrt- ter : i o. CMMMAhMi. and kook U the *arlM. .l ctaurktf
June 4, 1!>f\; church and take tare of( his requiring m* to \look after it, ened no In log > r>'atur* prayer for the Pope's| intentions
flock", assuring him that the a< bring the nraiot Bivfe'p" would have ,beta wised


times call for Flra The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jnna &, U65
steadfast > ..,...-' ."" _. ------

., ,to'' Laymen urged to work

Faith, Fr. Mouch tells QraduatesJ.CKSOX1I.U '. r-'

- ''''.

In the Diocese of St.: -Augustine The largest clue of graduates in society not for the most for Christian unity
received diplomas on part at least
June 1 from
Joseph P. Hurley Bishop Kenny High School. Archbishop Maybe some of you will 1 MKI: .norKNK:, Australia, (NC) Every layman can

vented by Monaignor presided and the graduates were pre run into college professors or help the cause of Church unity "by desiring unity. by

the choo1. Mortimer Danaher president of persons where you work who prayer, by good example, by opposition to evil, over all
will try directly to undermineyour of which should be abiding charity," Norman Cardinal
Father Frank M. Mouch. religious faith On the
chaplain of the Catholic Gilroy of Sydney haa said at a Junior Chamber of Com
student .
center at the University of Florida hand all of you will experience
In Gaint'l- merce. luncheon rwe.
vine, delivered the the subtle effect of
part: commencement address. He said In the changing attitudes towards The Cardinal discussed the question: "What can aopposition

God and r.liclonlhleh layman do to promote
If there is any quality of so many people express Church unity" I to scandalous
abuse of the means of social
our society that we see underscored t This is not an intentional "At the outset we should communications

by modern day! living, Father weakening of religion<< on their know what we are seeking in "Many of these and in In-

It Is the quality of change. ttt part. They have simply been promoting Church unity" he r.lIlnl'olum.., not oily! n
., Frank M. caught up in change. Their said
used to speak of the conservative Australia, but throughout < s
as the person ho likesto "' Mouch vision does not encompass "Mt are seeking to do the Western world art undi-

keep things the way they anything or anyone who does will of Christ Our Lord. Ut mining morality by the.r

are and the liberal as he who not change Consequently the want Christ to be our Shep shocking exploitation of sex

wants to change them But in influence of these. people indirect herd.V. want to be in His Sexual degradation de,tro* >
modem times the conservative and well (Mentioned as fold so that tht're11I be one men's interest in the spiritual

ii he who wants changes guru Colony and the Negro it is, is all the 'more seriousa Astronaut receives Holy. CommunionFather fold under ont shepherd. lift and consequently in
challenge to
only slowly while the liberal slave of the deep South to full >ou "To seek anything other Church unity."

wants them rapidly In fart, equality before our law Th.worlh It Is easy to oppose a definite Gilbert McCormack C.SSft. McDivitt, extreme right, wearing long than that, as, for example, to Cardinal Gilroy said

the real question under discussion of the individual has enemy. II Is much more of New Smyrna Beach, assisting at tie la pictured at the Communion rail 'Justify our own position, to "Moral degradation and ecumenism

today Is not change;: been more and more highly difficult to meet the subtle the Church of Our Saviour in Cocoa He makes It a practice to attend Maa promote our own prestige! cannot be partners

that's taken for granted. It's regarded in contrail we challenge of people whs Beach, last Sunday (May 30)), gave and receive Holy Communion whenever would be simple beating< the Henct the need for all men of

rather the rate of change might add to the subservience mean well. Holy Communion to Major James A. the apace program schedule per air, aimlessly The search for good will to unite In cleansingand
whether or not Individuals to truth with sincerity must bt in keeping clean
will be able to .... .L_ '- the Stats. demanded In the face of such a different McDivitt U.S.A.F., the command pilot miU him to do so. the motive actuating<< us" wholesome and
keep up withit. uy me lascici ana public relations
communist and pervasive view' of of the Gomlni-4 space fight Major CBS News photo The Cardinal continuedthat
whether or notI e are Ideologies of recent years and public lift"Mass
God and religion as Is held "common sense should
spending --- --
enough money in -- ---- -
-- --- -
our society to make the Fortunately, as you go out by so many around sae. some tell us that since laymen ac.
Into might view this influence as Washington letter count for than W
changes that are necessary' to this changing<< world, you more percent guide
keep upI lib the rest of the have a 'foundation of religious a threat to their Catholic of Church members If
world ,belief that will not change.<< faith. A threat. however is the laity is not vitally inter SUNDAY June 6
that danger with .'hlchI' See Reds moving Latin AmericaAT ested In the great work of Pentecost Sunday (Man o(
The fart that )our diploma The one meaning that these feel I IIe can't cope For you. it on unity all the efforts of the Sunday Gloria C r e" d.

may have one meaning for diplomas have for all of you is a case of challenge: lour remaining 10 or less per cent Preface of Pentecost)
)ou today and will mesa is that you have received a socttt), with its changing<< a time when President. nfirente to Peking i and day and up to the last t three will be largely' fruitless. MONDAY, June T
something fairly I different preparation for further people, will offer a countennflumce 1.1\ ndon B Johnson is Hanoi and for their benefit weeks they have really believed (Mass of Monday after
years from now Is interfiling knowledge, for developing that true Christianity making an unusual numberof the President told a meeting that In Vietnam the "The first 'task tf the laity Pentecost Gloria. Creed

because It may well bea understanding, and for greater has always had to meet And public talks to explain and here. pressure would become so Is to desire unity Preface of Pentecost.)

revelation of' holt )OU have and more inspired practiceof this Is a challenge. not a defend this country foreign 1 read the rubles every great on the American President .. "If the laity remains Indifferent TUESDAY, June 1

developed during those )esn. your religion but a .preparation threat Iwcavtt you are prepared policy theft art predictionsthat that he would have to to this vitally Impor Mais( of Tuesday after

that Is founded in religious t. cope with It. communists soon will Diocesan Priest pull out."Urll.. tant aim, the way will be Pentecost Gloria, Creed

Development will take fact facts about God. Christianity of its nature is make new troublesome I have had plentyof ever so much harder and Preface of r.nlfCo.tJW"O )

place And there It's taking is one place condition now. about man and about the relationihip meant to cop with the world moves in balsa Amenta. mourns (oilier/ prtiMiie. but they dont longer Hut If the laity really : ESn.\. June II

about t that development I that exists 'betwean and every tNt Christian la a Official( here are said It know the American Presl desires. It and becomes enthusiastic I IMass of ember Wednesday

would call to attention themIt missionary, an apostle to the have Information that (the Mr. Cunningham dent lit Is not pulling out about It. It will after t Penleiost. Gloria.
The is Interesting that during world His Job Is to go out. Reds have a Holing of Latin !ST. I'tTFItvltl'Itt.Tuento : : !' < until aggression! ('.IN.I create a helpful climate and Creed Preface of Pent
atmosphere of change, the Korean war certain soldiers nut tt renal a, from a .\merlcan countries In the Impart a pence of urgency rout i
constant change has hod an I'lirUi. of the Diocese attended Thl government contend IHUtSDAY. June 10
were captured bv the throat rder In whlth roinniiinliiti that will 1 nut fall to ..prradInl
effect on people In their belief the Requiem... for that Noith( Vietnam supported (Mais of
to Influence Thursday after
enemy and stripped of the You are prepared to mtettoday's will brelll armed .rtio and profoundlythe
in God and in their re I.awrenre S. Cunningham, 74, by Had China, Is just ai movement towards unity Pentecoit (ilnrl.. Creed
group supped they had eti lafhMMv because pufUlral take avers.
al t M I Paul much
ligion. Joyed with their fellow sol I you see to your I high school Church here on an aggressor against w hk h. by God'i grace, Is Prefats of 1't'11Ift.o.Ut'H1U.V.
In our country the democratic doers Thttt men abs had years aid ISM iwttaftl I It Is said to have been Saturday morning at B !South Vietnam ai North gathering force In all partsof June 1
principles of our Con- drawn at .heldin o clock Mr Cunningham. Korea was against South ''Mass: of ember
: few firm convict*** of their suit for wok this diploma up a netting the world Friday
."'UtI,," !!.>. urrn rr.uzrumore own accosted the "goad" xpUnatMMs stands Ute solid foundation of Cuba late last year If "im died May 27 is mournedb Korea In 10 and then few "However, there It l one after Pentecost Gloria I t

and more completely offered I then bv Christian truth fill which to there Is a timetable far this his widow Mrs Helen A had trouble understanding truthI.t must realise Creed Prefart of Pentt-

down through the generations the communists because MM. your reUfttu.\ life. your program it .liar not yt been Cunningham, two tons and a our (osition. Neither coil nor I, nor all of rout I

of our history Citizens balI they had no !better ones of eattrt lit* M a changing. society. revealed hate. but there art daughter.rather. (nut today, by using a new ui together can bring about" SAlt'ltDvY. June 12
i sea from the status of Indentured their own.They those who think then may be I. mrrnre S. Cun- tactic undf'r< servants of the 1'UMIeMOFUAE. after I'enteront<< Gloria l
something doing in ont new
ulnchsm an anUUni .t M. linn-the lied hue made the
"It I Ulht lift of {Creed Preface
had so basis whkh country in Latin America, of Pttitt-
on Paul's and an Intlrut' 'lor at Irniihle) In smith Mrtium appear through. dml'i
t.! Judge questions .( palrMdm Pontiff speaks to and maybe. more, "More"" thisvtar IIMiop grace working coot i
Harry Illfh School) In It snare ai a real rive In the souls tf men. lime
'* batty Is their (friends la avit M I'elenburg, the .
ass celebrant the sired! nf payer. I'rsvcrromes
.r mtrsllty, and the tarcftilIv naval Aside. from wnatovor Information of the Mm "u.Th.
chaplains/ (| fail ,fa nut In order. It the
"PAL\\S I planned bralavathlng by is had about the ther's funeral. sucreii of this tactic, genuine desire for unity. FEASTER
the enemy change: their vuinv rirv l INO) meeting In aba these pre- which may have bt.en blunteda MEMORIAL HOME

.. thinking, lei them I* reject Hops Paul VI told an audl diction are bond. in pert Other officer nf the Mail little recently Is believed' "What( makes prayer doubly lot III Are. S.W,
their country, their families, enc<< of Catholic! and non upon the .hrIM that the hold Mare Philip K: Hal- "here to have given Peking the arre|>lshie to Vwl is the Large, Hot id.
_alC IlJ'I ;'U '1:11:: 'J 4 stead. deacon. and father"
their principles. (itfooln' naval chaplains, want to take advantage fir idea there was no nest to Nod odor of a virtuous life

lAo.rl A. Dvys,,,.... M ',f serving with. NATO thai their t" ferment and chant now Edward A. Kirby tubrfeacon negotiate the Vietnam altua. Moreover, nothing Is m rtM
There will not be this same tank Is difficult sun navel! going M in halls I America, Among the Priests present thin In tune the U.S. would | 'riuanvt In leading others
649 2nd A. So. Ph. 141. carefully directed. affect
4MJ at John ,
were Mdnstgnar J Mul-
senio duos not permit as awl to act Iwtart tht various he compelled by pressure to to Join in the search for unity Jfitwtal. .
ST. PETERSBURG you as you .laavt the group stable a baa as Is found in limed' Mates .snnsor<
support YOU .have enjoyed. the other broaches. at the to improve. Mt In that Monsignor. John P MrNulty Observers feel. the President Cardinal emphasis' M f>*,lf_B....1.. ....,!
beie in high school and live armed forces sees l bean to bear their full- \ 0 and Manattnor PalrUk U lemitivt to the cntl "In aIdU..n lo a lift of Ambulesee\ S.rv!..

About N chaplains who had tat roil Tht Reds. torn J DosMhoe. pastor of St.Mary clam that has nine up and virtue anotht snit very VA 4.171
BASHAW'S .bees attending meetings of say. art coareinMl about Ito parish In St "'.t.,. that ht la concerned t particularly valuable contribution laymen ST. AUSUSTINI

the sixth international and inUrfaith Improvements that havt .been burg<< by u.. criticism that an make to thunh: unity U

GULFPORT MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME conference af NATO effected thus far and BtsMfes Father Mr Cunningham hat shown up In some aia-
his mother
Uonwd M l.thi. IxtfiMd f* tftl 4" the .
recent Hit National TtscMnon
Masker Holy N..... 24 hour tmbv'.*
SMI 22 A.tmt So** 147.1211 !Spe.htog ttlClkh.: I'.p., speeches Is I. have our peak and Mrs Paullnt Me u.m.Oga: to A. P. BOZA
li.. .. (ternons KIVIKSIDC CHAPEl
I'aul said!: .1I..t.14I "high abroad (.... of Miami
s oral( hotel and was carried IOf N. ARMENIA AVC.
and at km. Katary was profor Mr
i "..our task become moredtffmlt by closed circuit ttUvlikm I TAMPA 7 FLORIDA
Cunningham on Friday
GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME and a* a ruN mart This j govemmtnt underKastdahly evt and radio to 130: college
'btfort Ute funeral
Phi.". 147-11)1 precious because you must is concerned with campuses boding" Similar
KISSIMMEEOLHMT ..,.,. your man to .Hvt lot ..... ether Wane think The deceased: a retired loach Ins" apf>are.tly proved

: l 1'Ii' U.MR 'U "I-O'Ult'" carding to norms of religion about mgr actress Hi Vietnam teacher she 'Uhl at M I'.- nothing It last "t or Us ImpHflanrt JOHN S. RHODES JR.
even when they, art 4tmtdyour and tht Dominican Kepuhlir Uriburg Illih. !ghoul lor It ; whtn,, prtsldenlial ,
Operti l.4..r Mutt >... tmt M...atm, lKYLEMcLELLAN
actrvt presence W* he but time I'rmittnt own yean, _II a member! .( SI. adviser I MtOtorgt Ikindy FUNERAL DIRECTOR
asset Almichtv M to Moss wad and th* frequent nf Jade. psrlib. canceled out at the last

your work with wrens and his t't' ,mdi' *tt an urgent lit brought hit family here. missile I7JI Gulf- .I.r CLEARWATER Phone 44-)0

conaolatMM May the m.. l h f felt n4 to
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 4, 19ft '"" Bishop Barry

. -Central Catholic- -- -High-- School Youth 1 i : High SchoolST

ILF\U\\\TrR; Father In the Spanish dub, and the JI cj'l i if I'HHtSBlRG-Blsh; : .
Mathematics: Hub, She Is 4 in 1 p .
Bernard F. Dittman, piesi I' op Barry High School: annual
also a member of the Student N.aN.NN.N.NMNeN.14Mtics
dent of Cleaiwater Central Court and of the Student class night ceremoniestook !

Catholic High School, an Council. Society, the Math Club, place on !May 28 The

nounred today that four and the Pep Club major event of the evening

members of thin I year's Rosemary Rresnahan William McCracken son of was the presentation of
graduating: class hale bun daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs Francis C. Mc. various awards to outstand
offered scholarships to col Bernard J Biesnahan, UTS Crackers, 374 la Hacienda ing students

loges and unhersrtiesKathleen Brcnnan daughter has New received York Avenue a work. Dunedin scholar, has Dnve won Indian an appointment Rocks Beach to ;; 1 1VI't1I Ronald L Kohl, a senior

has Brennan of received Mr Umvemtv, 2328 and an Anna Mrs award, 1'eOr.Richard Avenue from,. ship Education from Honda the and covering Diversity a Association National the of Defense South com loan, Guard the New Appointments Coast Academy London Guard,to arc Connecticut the Academy awarded Coast, I I 1 Thomas Merit merit mehed Scholarship from Dipper a certificate the earned Program National of a

Loyola leans, which will cover her plete cost of her freshman only] on the basis of nationwide four tear scholarship from
at that institution Rosemary
ear competitive examinations the Lions flub of st. Peters
entire tuition for four years. tiansferred to Central Bill transferred to Con burg

During her four nfl lit Catholic in her junior \car, tral Catholic from Xaverian
Central (atholie, Kathleen She is vice,president of the High School Brooklyn in his 1k. The following seniors were
Student Council and a memo 1 each awarded a certificate of
has been an outstanding student Junior year He is a memberof
She Is a member of the her of the newspaper staff the Student Council and is merit as outstanding youthof

National Honor Society Her and also of the yearbook also on the track team His 1 Pmellas County. George
outside activities Include the staff Her other activities in club activities Include the Francis McMahon Michael
eluded the Choral and Drama Leslie Mahoney Robert Wil.
yearbook staff, membership Spanish Club and the Latin
r liam Louder, Michael Thom
--, A_ .rronr r:.. .....e..xr__" ...,... !.alceies
t daughter .
dry, John Michael llocpner,
of Mr and Mr. Stanley
Russell Paul Buchan David
DOS South San Reme rs
.Saleeies Wilson Scussel and John
Avenue has won a four year s vt
Burke Sullivan Jr
full scholarship to Nazareth
College Kentucky. MarianneIs I1',41T The Exchange: Club of St

a member of the National I Petersburg presented David<
\y -J \\'.
Honor Society and secretary- Scussel with their boy of

.f treasurer of her class She is : ,. the month award
. tJW mss; also very busy outside of the (f'6 \ General awards made for

classroom. She has worked l i outstanding achievement in
.. .. particular subjects were as
U .1 hard as a member of the
newspaper staff and also as a Our Lady of Perpetual Help's class of '65 follows: Install: : four year
member of the yearbook award Michael Mahoney,

staff She Is president of the Our Lady of Perpetual Help 1 Marl Farina, Carlos Saavedra! ates The Mass was followed by a award mathematics Russell- Buchan four year
of ; religion
Math Club, and a member
the Choral I and Dramatics Academy in Tampa graduates lena: Quevedo, Rudy Orta. Angela Communion breakfast hosted by four year award

Club, the Spanish Club and these students this yean Lower Romano, top row: Kathy Torregl. the Alumni Association Commencement Robert Lowder. science -

the Pep Club row: Sue Ann Vaglici Jimmy ante, Nelnon Duarte, Cecilia exercises will take four year award, Russell

Giunla, Mary Sterling, Danny La Favata, Benny Rodriguez, Josef ma place Friday, June 4, at 8 p.m, in Buchan; Latin four year
Award winners In t h I syear's Nuez, Amelia Palermo, next row: Manteiga Alejandro Daumy and the church Monsignor John J. award George McMahon

t< (harles
wX In four years of English: Linda Sabella, Joneph A n c t i iI I \ included the Baccalaureate diploma and Father Edward Gray three year award Burke

and four years of religion<< Gladys Pimentel, Joseph Pino, Mann, Sunday May 30, at 8:30 C.SS.R. will deliver the commencement !Sullivan: t>ping -one year

Flame; Blamdell, third row: Cynthia am when Father Laurence Murphy address. ward, Robert Lowder
Kathleen Brennan for
Melody in VeniceFifty in four years, exeellenct of Torrejfiante, Gregory Cain, pastor, addressed the gradu. !Students at Barry took

mathematics four of their final exams on May 28
years --- -- -
sixth through eighth grade pupil aging religion, four years of English and 31 and June 1 and i ,

their operetta Mississippi! Melody, to eapacity Central Catholic
crowds two nights recently at the Venire Recieation Sheila Brennan for excel Pope urges Salesians to

Center The performance was staged by tenet in three years of bating: School

Epiphany: school children, Including/ from left John Diederich for excellence ]. High update rules teaching r t

Billy Hagen as Tom Sawyer and friends, Joe In three years of Latin; MIIBOIRNF; Recently ,
Gregg Juett, for excellenceIn
BOY 'nlon and Rill Burke students! of Central Catholic Paul VI has 0
four years of science and VATICAN (IT(1CPOl'e( ) challenged

four years of mathematics High School formed a Mission members of the Salraian order to bring their rules and

TAMPAINSURANCE Marianne Saleeies; for exrrllence Society Under the guidance teaching methods up to data while preserving essential
in three yearn' of of Father Lawrence P. traditions

science. three of social Redmond the 40 members de .
He received In audience (May 21) some 200 delegates
studies and three of tided to collect clothing for
Spanish the needy in Korea. present' in Rome for the 19th general chapter of the aoclrty -

Auto Lift Home or Business Kathleen Riennan is class founded in 18.',9 by St. John BOHCO with special
The clothes will\ \ be sent lo
HENRI A, MONTEAU valedictorian and Marianne Bishop Thorn (Jul I nl I Ian emphasis on youth and youth," the Holy Father said
(liJ, -OLIVER.MONTEAU, INC. Saleeies! is lass salutatonan, whose went lilt In the miHSionary woik I

33 Western. Union Building school promoted this action, Awaking of the Impetus to- 'The movement Is ttward

". 229.1988 Tampa, Florida College students ward updating the Church, always, greater fidelity It the
Officers ale Thomas Scan prompted by the ecumenical teachings of the dlvlnt Matter

Ion. president: Kathleen Mai council, the Pope warned/ the .
Repnils from various college
flt'ld11"e president;; Jean delegates! to distinguish eskenlial .
( around the "It Is a movement toward
\\eiolovvski. secretary, and faints of updating
nation have listed these students strengthening his spirit and
MARY HELP OF limn Grover, treasurer fiom (loose that are accidental -
of the Diocese of St. his. methodIt is a mote
f interior forms which
Augustine among their graduates went toward authentic and
are the guiding aped of your
Youth Club sanctity in the Christian life,
Maniielte| University, Mil teaching system> and your toward deeper comprchen Students stage Shakespeare
methods of education from
om.110) I Members of
CHRISTIANS CAMPFORMERLY wankoo \\'b'onlin-JA'k! R. lion of the history of salvation -
Wetheringtnn Jatk on. the St (hailes parish Cathn- exterior forms which are/ of. And it is a more brother The eighth grade graduating claM of !St'
themselves subject to .
licoiith wishto J
Mile, doctor of dental surgery Organization and divert ly and apostolic! ability to approach Joecph School, Winter Haven presented. As
thank all those who wutked eiptrtmentation
CAMP DON BOSCO) Margaret, A. Murphy, forms which are nwxVrn man, his You Like It" for a large audience at Father AnderMon .
( at making their recent outing
Tampa, bachelor of arts problems. his I weaknesses
; such The valid always from those Hall In the scene above, from left Craig

For Boys 8 to 14 Richard P of arts(oley: ,and Davtonabachelor Judith! went to a Sanlando success Springs group one which changing conditions of his lions t "resources, his apiira Sanjers is Orlando. Paulette Sutton la Rosalind,

\. Boil. St Petersburg diploma Sunday for swimming and the times render outworn and Diane Egan: la Celts and U\nn Sigman is Oliver

SUfftd ncUivtly by tht Salti ant ef Don Botco, located on In dental hygiene: piCniC. Cindy Witt and Rnnnllemens ineffective It I Is a great mUtake, the The play "U" under the direction cf Sister Maryrrsncella

bt ui ful East ., *t the outskirts ef Tampa. Using all tho Itclmont .\bbey College. (' weit in charge of refreshments The development of a Pope said It Interpret the S S.J,
cilittl o! tho Mary Help ef Christians School for Boys, Belmont, North Carolina- and Father John modern what l of professional council as "a relaxation of

Open Sunday, Junt 20th thru Sunday, August 8th, inclusive, Michael J, lanalisn. Jacksonville Bluett moderator provided qualifications. of culture. the Interior commitments nf
bachelor the group with activities and as well as the changing aspccti the Church Inward Us faith
v dall R. \\illiams, Jackson enteitanmient during I lit of social life demand Us traditions Us doctrine of
afternoon without doubt these dmtiix asceticism.' Us thsrltv, Its
\ IlIr, bachelor of aits; Louis '
lion and new hones. al spirit. of sacrifice and acthrr
Joseph Nikolai OS.B hi an
ready In the process of being erne to the UercU and ('run
cis 3V t I IIII I I m Uumhairi.OSB Dedicates ACADEMY
library made In the field and yet tf ChrUI.
and llonrv James litf yourteaching Resident and day school fee. grk: 1ft thorn .f I>..ltflf", Lab

fie OSB. of St: l.4oobh'y, MVi\ll\I \II.S. (NO nolital always roots In finds your ordcr Its. It is a mistake' to consider Worth Gfadot on. to twelve, Fully tClodl.d New IgW.

bachelor of arts Niagara tmvermtvi new 's basic and' (charter concept it an indulgent acquiescence 1091. All iportt mgnc.. art. dramatxt, rcttd by SKten.f
Mar) mnllnt College. Rica 1.210.110: ) library was blessed : (-knowledge and love of to fragile and fleeting relstivist St Oom me;<< For catalog address: Beg stru.
r Raton Honda -- Kathryn and dedicated here (May 6)) mentality of world without ROSARIAN ACADEMY, WEST PALM EACH

Mary Flynn, Sarasota, associate by HI hop James A. NKNulty Alumni soughtHILlTil principles and withoutgoals

of art Rita lunsfordOimond of Buffalo Bishop \IcNulty .beyond. its own con

Reach associate of later received the tinnerut\ i The "Toppers"recently fins, or as a (Christian Academy Of The Holy Names
auto first l'.nlas Medal, presentedto formed' alumni aso- more comfortable and lets
ManhatUnville College: of 'honor men and women elation, of the Duluth Cathedral demanding R.t
the Sacred Heart Purchase, who thJ'ou exemplify the high school has launched The true tf'ndoeof the tc.dI. Program ;IIK'vdot: College pr9N1.trry and genera, I

New York Marion Ward, charity of it Vincent dtlaul a project to compile an adequate council 'he MH). is to4idwiter courses inns, art and iportt. Condw:Ud I; $.i'?, of the Holy
lakeland, bachelor of arts, .,' record of all t h eschowl'a dmiplia and a more Names, 3E'9" 14ythor. loul .ard, Tampa. Rot da.
alumni. I t tat
modern way for the ( hurls
names. addresses, flip codes,
to make contact with the ', ,
1r. and class of
year graduation
Readers who art alumni of
society:) but not to the dctirnent OUn LADY OF THE HILLS
Duluth Cathedral art requented
Meed rather to rte
I' to send their names and
consolation -- of its mt". ate
addresses. together' with the
:; fidelity to thnst and its
names and tresses of CIIMPJIENDDtSON1lJtLJ
1 any slutting witness. to Him
SWMMI rvBHBoxnaaw MBBEUFttt other former Toppers' hey
mat' know to: Toppers, 3IS\
$30.00 ..arA for number of weall HUGH EDWARDS INC.
par any \\fat fourth Street, Duluth
All activities fret. including, : Fishing, boating swimming gym, Minnesota bAtf SUMMER ?;;/ :. N. C.

baseball, ponies, movies' crags' lots, campfires/ etc, O Jt'*,T TWO .LOC $ FROM *..... IW co'*. .. Mr. M.O .
e!. FATRICKS rtlllftH A> D SCHOOL Gift to hospital INN MM,i CM r*' M .K ., -....
WRITE TO: :K. I. IHk AT. IX kt i.r.oi roWIU. _II ... '......" ''AI if A Catholic camp lor bore and girls ages
<|MAtl) million rw NV ? wit
Mary Help of Christian School pledge was received w ..rNr w wN N"vKYrr 7 lo U. 200 acres, 37 buildings !. the

Post Office Box H from General' Motors! Corp. to rrow..v arNrMl I Iii, w ot,. p.w., ..,-.. t Blao Ridgo Mounlalnj. Large m.dnipo

Florida 33605 help finance the expansion au... I ,. ., ... l. wovnlala loko, with all coasspiagactivilUs
Tampa r1r
program of M Joseph Mercy .. .. ., ', guided by trained counselor=.

-Alto, an ideal/ Boarding. /, School, the Amating now quid plait coa(nq used/ on ,H typos! turfatttmttr Hospital here The hospital ::.. ... kn M*. JI Ideal accomanodallonfl for vUlUng par.
or .' tittr,or, Eliminates wai ng when appl ad on Asphalt seeks to add 130 beds and remodel
Tilt, Vinyl. Linoleum, Vinyl Asbestos, Hard Woo end Fwfn.. all existing buildings, .Fiorda. Air icademr nts. Camp provides plck-vp ..nrk. lo
MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS SCHOOLA rwwr 1D1r'I1. n' UMMM Hi'sat or front noarosl rail air bias
tore. Coirpltttly eliminates pa ntmq when applied t* WoodMatal at a total cost of M 5 million UrmlnaL
Homo-l, School for Boys tr Concrete turfact This; finish u else recommended A camp for youngsters to grow..spirit,

Ages 10 to IS, grades 51h thru 'th for boats and automobiles, 24 Colored Poster Stamps rally, hoalthrnll7. For Uleratnre, vtrite:

NO COMPETITION fr HoM'oKtn,., tko hitory of
Staffed ticlulivtly by she Saltt ant el Don Botctlarga At tlo... frt .,dllli". formulas in demand by all nesses.mduitry ,\ va orda; 40Oh AnnoorMry,
campul, oictHont f"iIt.1, and homtl No franch fee. Minimum investment C I '4 ,1 rwo $I.00 mcludot! datcnp- Wia.... A4cb.:

$JOO. Maximum invtttmtnt $7000, ,Investment is Mcurd I' live foUr with i OUR LADY or
AH *naor| Sports. plus Band and Choir, Dramatics' and Shop stamps HILLS CAMPc.
by inventory. Factory trained personnel oil help lot
for ,dti. tip youfbuintu maing.;( Wnto tRer : .
higher gr 1 IL Lee's CJav1JS
For ctmplttt d.I"It end dttcriptvt kteratwe write:

Write t.. Mary Help of Chrtt.ant. School dt *Mtor Stamp fgsetapt.1. .......

.f. O. tat H, Tampa, Fla 1UOS CHEM-PLASTICS & PAINT CORP. P. O BM ITS WI.I1'ON.IA N. C.Biz .
\1121 locust St, Lewis }, Mo Land 0 laUi. Fla.


Council schema modern

on l'foYf'ft 'The Floridi Catholic, Friday, lone 4, 1965

world ready for study f J Fix thoughtson Florida ---

VATICAN CITY ((1\C) -The revised
text of the
schema Oft the "Churth Christ
In the reportsMaitland
be one of the major Modern World, which II to ,
matters of busin.i during the
and final Vatican fourth Pope
_If L. _. Council session. will be dutribut.l. t.. urges
----- -- '-
au in Bisnops of the ST. MARY MAGDALEN

world for their study b*. task of the church In tilt '-.I' VATICAN CITY (NC-AI- James McAuli/f of Winter

fore the session opens on world today The subject of ,. though the Christian 'feels Park Diocesan Union pre

September 14. theism it taken up in this '4'f bound by many duties to the dent of the Holy Name Si>

The revised section I", ., r't rletiei will M the guru
text war reviewed world, Pop Paul VI told his
speaker at the Maitland He
during the The last e ,
part dealt
recent with Ih.prlllrlp.1 regular weekly general audience
meeting of the central tllr.dln.Unl duties ef Christian .I Name Society's father .
on Mar fit he "Is bound
J Communion breakfast at the
commission for the I. ear dme.. '. 'I
council and has been lent to ,"'e'' to It by no definite hope! Villa Nova Restaurant )
This chapter ? June 13., All men of the i
the Pope for his approval bee contains the Th "The heart ef the Chris- pal
for being material' found In the fourth -1 art Invited to attend t'
readied for dit- II Man, the Pope laid, "Is already
trlbution. chapter of the earlier version ., close function and may place revatloni < r
t I. Christ and
While the plus a section dealing with .ed/ a1 I with George McLaughlin
remain has a foretaste at f the happiness
tinder council tecrtcy: political !life and much of the ,. *f the ,final, meeting with 1383931Graduatri .
enough detaili material contained In the E of all 'I'nl\r:
have leaked ap e.oale/ Him.
out In the press here to pendices which had been $ [ j\ I high schools, who art mrrv
givea I''
fairly accurate Idea of added to the earlier \ernon. i I \ "t- J The audience took place on ben of St. Mary Magdtln

what the theological and lay It Ii now divided Into flu II \ II ''JJJ the eve of the feast of the pariah are invited to attend
poitolate commissions have major sections The first Ascension ,,which the Pop the I.30 M.u Sunday Jug\ :.

)Jointly worked out. dealt with the dignity of mar Lakeland leaders for Hated "transferi our worship t, and the Communion breakfast
Slag and of the family. In group coming year of Jesus Christ from the following to be served in

A. It stands sew, I. this section It la reported that Catholic: Women's Club Incoming They from the left terrestial scene described by the irhool. Mali reiervatlrni
schema consists the are Mrs. Ray Mrs. Norman Curran, outgoing with I Mn. Carl "
*f an Introdaetloa concept of "r' p n'lbl.prorrflllon" officers for IMMMfl the Gospel to the heavenly Warren
and three rhapl,". on the part of are pictured Stokes, corresponding secretary; president; hire Kugene Redit, sec* aunt." 6474744.

parent ii a factor to be con with their pastor in Lakeland Mrs. Claude Bobbins, vlcepremdent (- retary; and Mrs Kenneth Cook, It I I. fundamental to Christian The St. Mary Magdalen Altar I.
with The the first characteristic chapter dealt sidered. It is also! possible Father William J. OTarrelL ; 1of,.. Harry Daly, president; treasurer life, pope Paul continued Society will sponsor a

of that If the Pope's benefit at 1 p m. on Tulld.y.Jun. ,
study commission -
--- -
the human -- -- -- --- "to fu our thoughts
iltuatlon -
It Ii -- -
--- I
at the
school The
on marriage and
and hearts where Christ
laid te be roughly parallel to birth control problems com Industrialists told Is public la Invited la Ittfnd.Rl'lrl'lll"'f'nl' ,
Named beyond the conflnei of the
earlier versions In id section plates Its John patron will tilt served
work the conclusions O'Connor/ present life from which one
dealing with the signs of the
Place '
times and other additional announced by the Pope mmo. r rt'gai (\('I- daythe last day of th* ternpoial reservations with Mri
Mullen MJINTO: Mrs tan
could be editor
matter tion. included In this sec Willing application of of new Top r.ul1 has granted the history of mankind* kum KI83470; or; Mrs Jieb

The second of the will return, victor and 'Judge,
part d..11Ith The diocesan request Bishop of Ate Lib 3731.
second part of the to let an'. kingdom of
the Church and man'i itat. paper Ire to name as patroness of up
third social
It handles! In a more condensed chapter of deals with the doctrine expectedVATICAN "ILMINGTON.: DelawareNO the dioc,.. Blessed Jan of life and happiness"Pepe OrlandoST.
promotion culture In the
i and streamlined manner world. The third treats of ( Bishop Michael W. Portugal Hthrenturv princess Past told these at the JAMES
I the doctrinal consldera- economic and social life The crrM'( ) Management and personnel ll\le \\ilmmjtnn has an who Joined the nomlnl audience that the ecumenicalcouncils Mri. Robert" Rowetl b.

I None that previously had fourth Is the new section dealIng of two Milan Industrial firms were told by rope nounred the appointment of ran content here. Constitution on the ram president of St. EUra-

I been contained in the first with political life This r.ul1 that the Church expects from them "wllhnir John A O'Connor of San The daughter of King M- ('h rf" "place In !lemlnouaevidence beth'i Guild of St James

\ three chapter of the old ver- section In turn is divided Into application of the principles of Its social doctrine," Krinclsco a* editor of a phonso V of Portugal Janeor she fact that It Is parliih Ihli past week She

, I lion debated during the third four paragraphs daily political He told last Friday's audience weekly I newspaper to be published Joanna served at regentof the Church which leaches ua war" Installed at a dinner

I I council session. life, the nature and end of of the tao groups that Chrlstianimi are workers," bv the duxene. Portugal! 'for a time In 1471 the true significance life Tuesday at the Cherry Plan

I I The new ('h'l'trI\ lubdl- political society cooperation society eipects from Chrn- he a.ld.'uu are men made The Bishop I said that the and entered the convent the and ghee us the means (I. lintel

I tided Into four sections: the of all In political life and tin workers "an irreplaje- to the image of God; men newspaper (orhl.h a name following )ear when she was arhlet II Is Its fullneis installed with her were

vocation of the human ""r. lastly, the Church and political able contribution for its tontinuoul abe carry In your immortal has not )et been selected, 30 years old She died In Mri Virginia Tlitirman vice-
ion, the community of men, society. progress in peace and spirit (he vital and tweet will start publication In the 1400< >, at the age of M Her "In a word, which" the ",11dllpo."d president; Mn. William t l I I

, I the significance of human activity order and for the achievement mark of divine Intelligence, (fall veneration II a "bleised" soul will understand 'Connor, treaiurer: Mri.

in the world, and the The bit section of the third of true tell being" power and will, Mr O'Connor 4t.: ass as was authnrlred In In9.1, ; 111dralr.* for John Stanganell. recording

I chapter deals curb the Inter- "lou art men, YOU are "\'.. arc placed Infinitely souat editor of the Monitor, Bishop Manuel D'Almelda Christ a profound desire to secretary, Mri Robert Farr -
a alloasl i l rtmm..lly mdsae abte Inert mailer free, ae- newspaper of the San Francisco Trlndad of Metro announced live Christ fully and forever'"Thii 11. corresponding iecretary -

Daytona Beach *. Turkish the and slrong, and arerailed archdiocese and the dlo- that her least as diocesan pa desire for Christglorified and Mri Frank Flynn,

It Ii reported that the document moves apes I. prolong the reset of Santa Rosa and troneu will )be celehiatH, on la the lamp Illumlnallng deanery representative.Daytona .
creative acthltv ., God In !Stockton He had "been employed May 1} with, a solemn Pontifical our steps on the path of
does not flatly condemnth protested by
life The desire for Christ lathe
Ibe there since Ml and Mast and
world. I I. the family and a procession BeachLa
of nutlaruplJl'l.
production .., also served as a director and through the comfort for' all our "'art.!
BEACONAmbulanc .. A distinction haabf'f.n Greek Orthodox al k. fope rani acid streets of the
rational secretary of t the city nesa, the stistairier of all our

Service Introduced between a NEW lURK INC' ) The "You ar* Christians r*. Catholic Press Association of hopes! (the Pop laid.
total war of eitermmatkm deemed by the HI vlr,. the France
Primate' of the Greek Ortho- I'nited Mates and Canada
255.2406 and a war of defense' leaving Saviour, recreated and regenerated
dot Churrh of North andSouth Coming events Uniforms
open( the possibility of a na. America has declaredthat by Him to a life of
den arming 1I.lffn with grace : conscious of the Mr O'C.imor assumed his .in) MinoltaWmn .
the Turkish government's Tampa Catholic High 11 te II 1 of(
nuclear weapons as a defensive wound left by original sm but duties last ".... Fdllorlalfflcfs : Academy Holy
I+.R.n a..4 A.oAuo ,..4 measure. motes to expel all made by Him Into sons of th. are la the diM,.,'. School graduation, June 4. Names, Tampa. I Mo* Al Type
Greeks and to take reitrtctit <<- I II m. Christ I h. King
Op". I f.M. '.,1 II P.M. measures against the t'eumentcal father and heirs of beaten, flic* kullrilif, IKS Delawaretteiiue. Church in Tampa, DedkaMoe of t.werlsl .......
Parishes created Patriarchal working and active membersof Blshep II)le said Cross, September' I, Minion I- "
a..qlltt P.1 t.r ( violate* e the Church, linked togetherIn |that IK* sew miller will lit I. Our lady of perpetual .f Nombre 4* HIIII, SI. A....- .I SI AIIUOI* C> \
nORJ() Vl-Twelv. Constantmopl both noi POO.. I
( a bond of charity ,."'pll. rbirfe .f I the news Help Academy graduation, II.... : "
Chad M."J.,. sew parishes hue been international principles of law Finally, you are workers ,.pt,'! perallna, Ueludlsg June 4, i p m Tampa, t wsrsuevu aueuln'CI'sere
and and ;
SAN REMORESTAURANT created In workingelus morality specifictreatiei asthma who rarrv a Sir employment and aupenlsU! Day of recollection fr Dedication of Cathedral ofSt '. wwww yl

neighborhoods in Madrid, part den at times. oppreslv, and .f persciinel.Monalgnor. women Jun. S, I a m. to 4Ip" I. Augustine, December IFucharlstlc .',
ef a pl.. t* establish a total Archbishop laVovos laid I : St Brendan Church, : (.on('..., St .
perhaps. monotonous of their pm
that Turkeys April It deci. ( John II. 0...
of SVJ parishes em a five- human Ormond Reach, conducted byKather Augustine, February jn, lure
own condition but
120 SO. IIOSEWOOO, lions run counter to the I'nit. son, pastor of St Mary'schurch Dedication of Vativt
year period who are caned! lo ,...hMIIm.lI.r. Neil A. Sager and father ...w.we.'A .
CL Madrid originally had about ed Nations (charter the MMI- here and director of Joseph T Daley (Churrh Mission of f Nomhre
2-1357 versa! dectaratmn' of .human. to transform It andpurposely the dtnu..'. bureau nf In-
50! parishes to rare far Its d* Dloi, St. Augustine, April W
Catholic population The new rights, and the ins treaty ofIjiutanne git* it a luperter fArmatmn who has been engaged Bishop Barry and Notre 17. IWI.
aim to make It theglotv Dam
sere Academy graduations,
In the paper'i organ-!-
will It :JM parishes,
plan girt of God and th. need efbrother June I, I p m., St, Jude
each with about II. declared in a statement Satan line October. I'M.! .
lO.ono members wtleI..I.| | .. ..JColton'
i ( SI
Church I. rluhtrl.n".IIr
Issued at his heaiVrartenhere will continue In in" advisory .1
i /pril Iti I that Turkey's You are railed te fulfill In rapacity (eatral' "alb- Apptiancos

NORGXEN LAWN claim that Its maven agamit yourselves. and arawnd veith Mr. O'Connor Ii a native of lie HIH *rh..I| gradual! ,wi... M rm",s. ...K M .wars...- *.....

MOWER CENTER the Greek cofnmimity In Ter complete of and )eyes avnthews Carroll' Iowa Mi Ii a l 4flgradual June 7, I p m., M. (',,,11. .e.r..45 Tarl H seaana....r ... b/rN r" .
key and against the "VM'tftC'.ltfIfI II of Notre Dam I'nl
patriarchate .
( harsh, (learwaler, nut61Welcome tw e
r ,1"' tAa
ti. wow/a a"w men as worker and as
are ,Justified by mistreatment and earned a master '.
*!. C..! a.. teraity "I
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.r ,IWI M* ........ a. Greek rluded. Jjn 7, I St. Paul lyric... II...
..r..rer. Cypriots it tint enaNe. Stanford University In pm. TravalanFwmi I. ..alenga.f .
_. I 1..9. Church, St Petersburg.Cardinal !:
Visits Cardinal Mnnney High
'Aellker tKe Feumealralralrlarrkale School graduation June I, perch and '.ti.! is>o !*KiRaHaa ;
Ote..eJ lit Mr Ike Greek Till'}:I, rormos* (I'n Search for Altar WroufKt hen Ieeikee

Dayloe. e.. .. minority. I I. T.rke? Is a party Ildebrando Cardinal Anlnfll- IJ\ UtI'uul., Faglaad: I\''"if'pm. Fpiphany Church, Aluminum! ; ...1411.

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parish -
StvaVt-Chept-Stafoodt Open II ::30. 10 lakevos netmessages tee days durtfig which ho marble block large enough fora Society sponsor r1e,. 1. Tre4..''.

Turkish artmns protesting t* President IK* conveyed fop pad. Ms so.tatud m.n1./ ., segment at the Parish ptrnlc, June II, Dayton Moving I Storage Co.Agent B

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Eight: The Florida Catholic, Friday June t, 1965'
---- -
-'- '

Ivan Mestrovics genius wrought


sculpture. to counteract communism ,

Patrick Riley foremost Protestant divine of
Nn\C News Service the South Slavs, was brimming .

I ZAGREB, luci\ia -- All Yugoslavia/ is proud over "with the militant 'I.T
of an individual who '
of its greatest modem sculptor, Ivan Mentrovte, but of- feels somewhere deep in his : I ,

fidal\ l Yugoslavia w rather embarrassed by him. Mcstrovic being that the anti.papal '
was a religious man potion of arts and letters, J. movement carries'! prospectsof 'J' '
and .
greater embracing
According to the official J. Mrosumaver t l
historical changes ,
The "Cultural History of i\ (.' r
'Cultural Histoiv of Croatia"one \ W r .J.ri w
Cioatia" does him fuller justice If the reader Is In any ,' 'J : 4 b [
) ':
> of Yugoslavia six republics" f' ,. :
recording that he founded doubt about the concrete :"'t' J j' .
"I. Mestiovie startedoff and financed national institutions meaning of "all-embracing "f.V": % "" .., <. nfc'tfsfl : 1'
well enough His first subjects that thrive to this historical changes" the "Cul S ,, \.. ,I !,T : ,
were "the great Yugoslav tural History of Croatia" : t"t.
day, such ai the Yugoslav!! .j : '
national m\'ths. But by <
Flacius Ill ri- I
Academy of Arts and Sclenies makes it plain: > '
the time World War I eruptedthe and the University of con was' a man "whose in. : -1 :

artist wan already] fully Zagreb Both the academyand tuitueness was already ,: ; 2 :
Ith medieval reIIRIOUS <, ii; '. '
(occupied I'
the university were 'the I looking j forward to materialism li .
topics first institutions of their kind ," Just a dialectical "I .

traordinary However, Mestrovic's talents enabled"ex kins In Yugoslavia" the history and notes the Bal-- materialist at heart. W*, J Krdi' _

him to remain a true artist Why Is official Jugoslaviaso n'i'ght
even in this ideological and But H falls to record that partial to Protestantism! Class tonight in St. PetersburgThe

thematic retardation" the present regime, not long
after coming to power threw First, historical Protestantism annual claw night program and Ann Damato, Sinter M Clare Therese. senior Ponath, Cathrjn Zick, Victoria Judson,

In the long run, religionand the tlnh PrAlty'. theological( represents" a movement awards at St. Paul School St Petersburg advisor.i Kathleen Kessler salutatorian Paula Swanson, Linda List, Joyce Hill Baccalaureate

communism the fact that got he the didn'tlike better faculty nut with due writ and away from the Catholic will be held Friday evening, June 4, for these Mary Rusm valedictorian Mother M Ed. Mans will be offered by Monsignor
Church. unlike the
'formality Secondly, in the wartime, Marcia 2 John J. Mulhns V.F. at 9 Sun.
of. poor :Mestrovle. Catholic Church which l Is seniors. The event begin at 8 p m principal, Scully; row pastor aim

Seated in bronze In the numerically strong in Yugoslavia school auditorium. Members of the 1965 Norma Iamb, Mary Sattler, Candice Denk day, June 6. Graduation mill be held at St.

The "Cultural records History that ofCroatia" garden of his Academy of ] Protestantism repie- class of graduates are pictured with Sinters Linda Geier Julie Roberts, Kathleen Crosby Paul Church on June 7 at 8 p,m. with Mon.

h I I. Ideological sadly deviation, Arts and Sciences, JosipJuiaj Rents about 1 per cent or less of St Francis from left, foreground: Mary Noreen Kent; row 3, MonSque Gouin, Mary signor John P. McNulty V.G., presiding.

linked Strossmajer presents a of the Yugoslav population
which at certain times ----- --- ---- ----
rather startled aspcit he is and therefore, despite its
Mm closely to religiousriewa pointing a stiff forefinger at firm adherame to religious Statue
estrangedhim complete New filmsMorally
from, gradually the national myths something and his hair is morality, Is l not a substantial Cites Christian reverence for body

as well as standing on end He l Is prob. threat to communist Ideas QUBrCNO-A; ( ) statue oft
as an inspiration
astonished at hisunivl'rsity : anobjectlonable for
from the reality of his own ably divorced seeing from For much the same reasons VATICAN: CITV (NC) The Christian attitude toward nut just Flesh and hones, hilt 'rancois de Montmorency- general patronageCOQL'ERED

ountry" theology And he is undoubtedly official Yugoslavia Is the human body "favor the harmonious development a receptacle, <>f the soul and Laval, first Bishop of Quebecand : : : CITY
partial to Bogomilism, the through the dwelling
The history1 final judgment at what has founder of the Grand (Amer Intl.)
long.defunct Balkan version of all physical, attributes, but also insists on self- place of the Holy J$pirlt. -
Mestrovic is that
OT been wedded to hii universityIn Seminary here, soon will be
of the Manic hean heresy The mastery and asceticism" Pope Paul VI has told a group GO, GO MARIA I
h I. expressed Ideologicaldeviation its stead' dialectical materialism "The body. which is destined totalled in a me'he In the facade .
"Cultural \History( of Yugnalavia" British( ) < Amer Intl)
(outspoken opposition of medical I scientists, .
and atheism, to grow and develop In of the Provincial Parliament
50 of that the Is nota
teachings maintains body
communism) In the HALLELUJAH TRAIL
to What the "Cultural building here BO
beauty and
History functional to years
"The usefulness and gicat Its
latter part of hill life left the Bogomils drawn up In prison of the soul after (U A.)
of Croatia" thinks of theology be the indispensable companion it originally was
I4fil John Cardinal Tor of the medical profeikion
by ness .
negatlva marks on his art. serious be He continued 'On the contrary planned
study the
as a can of the soul despite SFAMDE: SWINGERS
quemada, uncle of the inqulsi he said "lies in this
As It happens one of sampled in its description of tor and declares that 'their : man, created in the wounds of sin, must undergo The niche was reserved for (Brit)
Mp trovlc'l most prominent F.urop after the breakdownof favoring in every way the image( of God, comprises destruction nevertheless before the! statue in 1885 but for a
her in has teaching, even in its incomplete development and protectionof within the of the same l'P FROM THE BEACH
a unity
atatues Zagreb the Roman Kmplre.I achieving. after the variety of reasons the plan
religious\ subject: the lMh-( "While backward Europe: was! the indictment form ai presented incomparably in. the body; delaying Its de, person a body and a spiritualsoul final resurrection the splendor never! was carried through (Fox)

century Yugoslav Bishop II engaged in childish theological more, appears mature and tfrioiation and destruction so closely linked together of the soul glory" Pop Quebec Premier Jean Lesag MnratlT: nnohjertlnnahU for

Jo sip Juraj Stro smayer. discussions n k now n human than Christian teaching that it may remain longer!! in" "Thus the Incomparable Paul said said the government commissioned adults and adolescents
China had academies of the service of God and men .
its Kmil Brunei, Canadian ARIZONA RAIDERS, THE
Official Yugoslavia seems dignity of the human body "This explains the attitude
rather embarrassed by Bishop painting Here ate" some of the "In. Pope audience I'aulI as speaking' alan comes 'from the set (that It is of the ( hrlstian toward the sculptor to make the (Cot)
given iMay 25)) statue, which has been
Strossmayer, too. But the history draws a comparably more mature body. rotoRmn., THE:
to some 700 pailicipants in completed In Pans and will
sharp distinction between and human" teachings listed Through his outstanding : the filth world congress of Prelate resigns "It certainly Involves/ the be Installed In a few months
Catholic theology for which IPCRESS FILE;
-Bodily marriage is adultery ,
participation' in the FirstV It oprnly has MUMI', and thyroid physiopathology.Speaking ] pursuit of health and full development Bishop Ijval, the "father"of (I'nlr.)
a tic i a n Council, Bishop Protestant theology, in .French he said JUIYnjrnilna( (NO) the Church in Canada,
Strossmajer has become one -No one eating meat that contrary to Platonic and Bishop I Enrique: Muchn "It favors the harmonious served from HIM to 16M lora Sill: (Brit.)

of the few South Slav patriot Iiither's 9S> theses, for eit cheese or milk products can Hindu teachings which regard '- S VI).. fill), Bishop of Juuy development of all physical time his Jurisdiction covered TOMB OF LlC.fU:
to he well known In the West, ample, Ire a "battle cry be saved unless christened the body as one of the since 1934 has resigned for attributes but also Insists on all of Canada and muchof (Amer Intt.)

and it is known hat his Slav against the entire monstrous againThe successive', stages/ in the process health reasons, self mastery and asceticism" the United States YOlOSn FURY (Para)
patriotism prompted officialsof Roman Catholic doctrine breaking of eggs Is a of expiation of the guilty

the Austrian Empire to Matthias Flaciui Illvrlcun, deadly sin. soul, "Christian doctrine I I
uto his elevation to the col-
.-............. --..... ....
lece of Cardinals But the offi "Our 18th Year" ft"I4A. -
lal guide; to Slovenia, Yugoslavia :
'* northernmost republic
describes him solely a* a
the well known Yugoslav/ &uu wo !

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AREA Il not only to provide; i"

_holll""" outdoor life, butt : :
t the time time to ait it 'In true charart.rformation @ .Jo "
SURF BOARDS The Camper begins; end ends his d' : lrJ'1

Sal or Rent ,, r ill the pretence of God;: at the Holy Sacrifice ef \) p. 1.. .
Ii II the Man ill the morning and at Benediction, ef .
SUN 'N' SEA SURF SHOP t the Bleited Sacrament m the evening His every

262-2808 I76J AIA hour is under the lupervmen and guidance of _....

Satellite Beech young men of tiemplary/ and outstanding quaUitiei. In the Wmtlt and -
He is presented with ling: eiamplet ef t<< .

Catholicity In the conduct of his counselors and HilU nnd Laiet and @ __
with the challenging eiamplet of the great saints .=:.
QU111ifJPPRINTING V 1r whose lines all at Good Counsel' Camp itnve, to /iffri oFloruit
'follow For boy and girls from I to IS.




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PLAZA CLEANERS & LAUNDRY Afttr hn erdmction, wanting President John r Kennedy .
marking his 4flth .u.'n'.
birthdaywas ,
to retire from the world, Kevin STAFF

Fulmer's Drug Plaza North AIA I 262.9139 sought out I secluded pot In Shrine olleied of in the Nat',nal w Camp Dates & Rat.. 1965 Ml *.. w.w C..MIIP"
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rlpsici th SUMMER
Valley ef the T we e'I M nw****** win f'... rT_..
Tp5AII0r1 poswlla "r 10515' Lakes Her h. lived .i a hoc.irtit Patrick A OHojl of Wash r H'rr e5'pl's(5" CM* GMT, RJ. C..e KITMrr
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and Labor W ..... '.,". I .11.. h I a a.
dicipUt gathered around him Secretary Wd- e.r rib' sera ..n .... _. ..NN
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with itt rtfUctoni of '.::. >ll 4 I
mountainand the diplomatic corps, headeda ,
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Health Auxiliary Bishop Philip!' M. t
The saint ii Mid to hoe died Ilannaa of Washington -'__ nn'\n'\\
the . . .
BOdICS t age of 120. This was pie theil at the Requiem .
bout the year ill. H* i is one Mass, the second annual S For InfermaFen

of Irelends most celebrated Man offered In the shrine for : Clip This Coupon and Send' It To: II

tentThe the late President on his
/ ; r p.ttwre shows the little birth UPianosOrgansBand > Rt. Rv. Msga" George W C"mm ,4. ,. Q. B 01 SJI, Venice: P. e
I Venice; Florida r\eoe ll.2711G

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Tea' The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 4, t96God's

blessing p 1I,11N V III t er

asked at Mass t r
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, by. U.S. astronaut I $ e Ag ;

Iontlnnod Camm pt.. end scribed McDivitt as a sincere a church which is three

belong to St Paul parish In and dedicated I individual, miles from her home in t

Clear Lake City. Texas both as a person and as a test NASA Bay, near the spacecraft "
The NASA public affairs pilot. center. i
spokesman said that Major A Beck .' .
Father George .
McDlvltt and his pilot would He leaves no room for error said he -.ii. .
pastor of the parish, -- : 'f.
In am thing he does, the public
interested in
give taking young part men in the U S. affairs man said will offer Mass astronauts for the safetyof V; a 1 p 'J
the two "justas f
manned moonshots the advice For boys with a bent to. I offer Mass for the safe l i i' "f :

to "work hard toward ward the life of an astro- return of any of the astro

your goal it will not come naut, he said the week nauts at any time they takeoff (

easy" The spokesman de pilots would suggest that they ." He said when Major

take all the mathematics White and Major McDivitt

Pope marksanniversary that they possibly could. At blast off of earth he will men

present, NASA Is Involved In tion their names with his intention .

a phase of selection of a in the Canon of the

group of astronauts who will Mass

be scientists not engineersnor
Mrs Mrl>i\lt( said she felt
of ordination test pilots. They are
about her
no apprehension!
rather geologists and doctors,
avoid Komlnnfd abundance from !>.,of. e.o'cere- for example In the mere performance Into husbands space historic venturo First graduates of Melbourne Catholic High SchoolThe

for space flight,
official celebrations
were mony planned they will become engineers, ""I feel fine-pi oud of Jim first graduating class of Melbourne Werner, June Theriault, Jane Gross, Suanne Robert Slicker: back row Albert Hot. John

L'Osservatore Romano, the the public affairs man said and just hope that everything Central Catholic High School received diplomas Thistle, Judith Baccash, Lynnalther, Hemans, Raymond Fisher Donald Fickett,

Vatican City daily published When asked if Major Mc. goes well" Mrs. McDivitt on June 2: from the left, front row, Norene Slattery, Jean Wrsolowskl, Kathleen K \\itkowskl, Michael Stafford, Timothy

a front page editorial the Divitt had mentioned what said. "I have no plans for doIng Sally Utrcht, Susan Owens Carol Walls, Maxtirld ; third row, Michael Brown Michael Ashcroft, Stephen Decker, William McOwea

previous day inviting Catho- he might say as a prayer in anything!: different than Frances Archer, Judith Mergarth, Margaret N'ewquist, Joseph Durnin, James Dcese, and John Sammon.
who regard to the week flight!( for the (things I do every day,
lies "and all\ those respect
Mclaughlin, Patricia Kaior Teresa Farlctt, Robert\ Perchalski, Robert Dillon Lee Cun
Jim's '
in the visible head of Gemini 4, the public affairs praying for safety
the Church a worker for justice man said: Major| White. who 1 is a Ellen Lucy; second row, Victoria Reid, Gail ningham, Robert Conn, Thomas McGahee,

peace and human brotherhood Major McDivitt feels that member of Seabrook Mctho -- _._ --.- --- -.- .-- _.-
to join in expressingbest religion Is a very personal dist church, Is slated for the

wishes to the Pope. thing and he does not plan to role of the first American astronaut At Tampa Bishop named for Puerto Rico I
share with other people his to take a walk in

'Fortyflic years or I'rlikt" thOlll'hts-81: to religion on space. Mrs McDivitt said she \\TIC\N CITY (:\C) studies it Mount S|. Marj's

hood are almost a lifetime, this flight and Mrs White will get;: to. Jesuit High graduates get adviceImlliirit Pope I'aul1 I has named Father seminary, FmmltibsrK ,
editorial laid.
the The Catholic astronaut In tether sometime during thefourclay Antulio Parrilla Itonilla :Maryland, and was rdslned

"In Italy, hundred. perhaps this i week's Gemini flight flight to watch the trim S.J. auxiliary to Bishop on May, 195',
ry.t..I! dado not have the advan fit of this kind nf educationat
thousands of now lives his religion, it was attested historic event on television Rafael Grove of CaguasPuerto ,
people education is to be meaningful
In this regard Jesuit Mr. De la Parte
enjoyed ,
rather Beck said the MeDivitts necs { five later he Joinedthe
mature or who are on the to this week by lather and effective and accomplishthese Rico jears
attend Sunday Mass b> the generations: that pre concluded of Jesus in Puerto
threshold of old age were in James Ilerlihy, the parish objectives it must give hop.f"I'.t I'artlls was Society
regularly at his parish and ceded theirs In the past. The program{ also featured Rico and is director
their youth witnesses and Priest at Cocoa Beach He man somehow, somewhere born in San Lorenzo Puerto
convention tradition I I and
the at Mass and are at daily Mass whenever comments by Father baron of Catholic social actionof
beneficiaries of this uninterrupted sees Major a sense of values and the Rico, on January t, 1919.
apostolate which has at )Huly[ Communion on Sun they have the oppoitumty to defend them. authority set the standardsof J. r:II lot 1\.J.. president of the archdiocese of San
always been moved by an inexhaustible day holy days, and in betwecn The pastor offers daily Maw courage : judgment of the young Individual Jesuit, and Father Edward: llr completed his seminary Juan.
and ardent desire in his rectory and Sunday The accumulation and si or. (Having been taught T Coles S J ,. principal

for mediation and sanctification This month, the MiDivitts Masses in the Webster Ing of fart Is not enoughMm what society approved and \aledictonan/ for the class

." will celebrate their ninth Texas( ) Junior High School : : must not allow himselfto condoned he generally became was Jules Dervaes and salutatorlan Camp season opens
wedding anniversary They auditorium. drift In a sea of facts, the passive exemplar, !Bernard Arghiere

"Todjj, this ministry I were married in Lakewood He said Major White and The sense of values to an exponent of the approvedcode Baccalaureate services I

spreads to all Catholicism Ohio on June 16, 1956 Major McDivitt and all the which 1 refer derives from of conduct were held Sunday. May 33 ..t for boys June 13
and to all men with the same other astronauts have a firm an ability to discriminate not But today the winds have 9am. In St ,\nthony on
ardor, the same total dedication The NCWC News !Service confidence In their work and only between right and wrong changed and are blowingover Chapel at the sthool

writer said that while her their equipment He" added but also between the ilgnjfi' our society and seriousIv When school
vacation Is Itsw'sy.
begins, season on
.. hiishnnd Is 100 miles upwardin that In the case of Major Me. cant and the trivial between Impairing it and the effectiveness Return to Congo camp
May Cod grant: a long (the .emlnl; flight, Mrs Me On the second Sunday in June three diocesan summer .
season to such testimony and Divitt naturally. I feel that thntI {' Is cheep and of the family unit \'.\Tlr.nn (I\n-:
lie the hearts and 111\ lit will he doing/ the name his I Faith gives: him added shoddy and that which hat and other Institutions. Vatican Radio announced camp will open their programs for the 1W5 enampmcnU -
may open '
thing she does da "
/ every )
minds that they may understand praying for his safety confidence integrity and beauty \nd Itt It Is thai the formal recently) that Asiumptwnist" ; Good Counsel Camp ta west Florida w..odH .
The Texas Piiiht said he To state sentiments
my another
its significance, that education( n( voting people today missionaries from Belgium hill and Me country; Camp San Pedro on LaVa
they may receive it and be Mr Balcerak article con. believed Major McDivitt will way, an educated man must more than ever bf and France are preparing to
rome its propagators" timics: be too busy to "lomjxiHe" should have a well developed conducted within the truss. return In the near future to Howell. jut north of Orlando; and Camp Saint J<'hit on

The newspaper asked Its Pat McDivitt said Catholicity any prayers hlle hurtling and refined good taste whichhe work fll( social, moral spiritual the missions In the diocese of the St.- JohM River in
readers to pray that Pope for her Is not a sometime around in spice but said he uses as a yardstick In values !Benl In the Congo. which they northeast Florida. day June V each last if
faith but rooted felt the astronaut will remember making his social his moral left last two weeks.Catechism.
Paul's reign "may find in all a deep September when the All throe camps win open
of us-believers and men of religiosity-and will be that well the prayers he and I esthetic 'Hgment This graduating class I area was occupied by Congolese for boys only. Sunday. June s e"i n n s it
goodwill that response of during the four days her bus learned in childhood. The Dune people of to- would say has had the bent rebels 13 The programs at each Camp Saint John are pn i

thought, effort anJ work band and Major Edward: H camp vary, however boys and girls Tier w I fl: be
which the society of our White are orbiting In space Priests listed catechetical camp from .T .:"
times more or less conscious. The wife of the astronaut .VI Good (nunirl, the tintunion 1123 and from Jllly 25 ta

ly demands and expects, and made her comments last Sun will bf fur weeks. August I.
which I Is demanded by the day, after assisting at Mass West coast retreats June 4 nf tame for Miss hetwren the Sisters teach the rathrt':%mat
very name of Christian" at St. Paul parish, "without open sri IIr sirs .f. and li. th* rslechetual It.I" at
Good Counsel! Ca"p( and at
(Ttnllnnl from |.... Hurl rather F The catechetical camps follow Camp !Saint .l >hn
S.J. Sarasota) fcradenton, Palmetto 23.
ellas Gulfport, St Petersburg Central Aisuclatioa (tram mid-July to early
June 2527
Beach Ukeland, Plant Venice. Nokomis. Fngle-: area August Moasifnor George

Father Dealing June 1113 City, Winter Haven lake wood and North Florida Tee 101'l'.n., \v. Cvmmtiifs Good Counsel ST AUGUSTINE
Wales, Bartow, lamps (ity, will||| erne
Tampa Mar-Dill A F. B., and North J Honda parishes parishes omfn during their summer Camp director has reported
Brandon, Ruskin, Temple Father E. J Grey C.SSIt father Malcom McGumni rflrt'lh.o.d.m, .( the u Set sdv, pac eight i
Father! Hubert J. "Reason
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Terrace July 24, Dade City, San \rv p. July 1 IfVU. Central Association holy :Namrt In Tampa and director la Central I

,14v4 Father B Mc\Villiams tools. Brooksvllle. Inverness, 's area, consisting of the holy Name Priory, !in camp Florida San Pedro

CSSH., June 1820, Clearwater Crystal River Land 0.Lakes, the following counties: Orange .\ntonlo. His Camp will
provide three "
largo: Dunedin, Tar. J Moral City, Z.|'h>'rhills, NewPort Lake. Osceola. Sumtrr, At weeks camp la June for boys sunk -
Academy Of
Marion. \olusla, Levy, Semi- Holy .
pon Springs. Safety Harbor, Rlchey and North f'lorl-
Names. a midweek retreat age 7 to M: two weeks in I
note and Brevard
I Indian i Rocks Beach, and di parishes
/ will be gaven by Father W. J early July only for girls "f t
North J Florida parishes Father Schroder, July HI, Father Schroder, July :23
and rdstMlM
Hall SJ on June Ull Its the same age i a thl" .
open to all for toys, which will
of Education Other retreats for women complete the month of July it THOMPSON
e'A Department providesdiplomas
rJs r are the camp Applicants should
e write to Father Reason right

Holy Name Priory away at Camp "San PedroPO St .....M.,... VA 4. i'I"'

for high grade schools f'alMrtr".IU...... Jove Sos IK MaiUand. fort I Clt"-d,1" Pt.* J Ja I
2427 Sara ta. Pag sword. ...

11..d I,.,, p..1 faetorily completed the Impression for life accordingto Venice 1 Kradenton. ASM Camp SaM Jwha. presides

cation consists essentially in course\ of studs prescribed by well \known saying of the Maria. Pslmnt. Ruskin four separate 'r tns. It-
preparing man for what he the Diocese for secondary Vise Man. 'A young man P.H. City BroBkavill.*. ('ryetas fllrlMe I. stVr Php Hal-

must be and for what he must schools in (hams of school I acTordmg to his III.Y.'t'II' Riser. Inverness. In4O stead, C'lm\llkrKI.r.
do here below, In order to attain and name of city I and is when he Is old he will net depart Lakes Msarykta. !it. \

the sublime end forwhuh therefore awarded this Diploma from it' Joseph. San Aston, Zpnyr TS North Florida camp"t i r

he was created It is Given this daof The name of the Dtnres. hills will bi boss. aged I to 14, at Yr
clear that there can be no June. one thousand nine 'hundred the Archbishop name and Father Schroder Jody 14, the HTwlrraft ,.. fw> !the

true education which is not and sixty five In the coat of arms are Inscribed at "Ulan Haven. R ar tow first of. wh. h nn' Sun li'

wholly directed to man't last left hand corner a place for the top of each diocesan high lames City Lake Wales. Orlando June II and t the second Sun-

end and that in the present the name of the principal in school diploma Msitlsnd t l Wmtw

order of Providence. since the middle the seal of the Park, Kissimmr, St. (loud.

God has revealed Himself to high school: on the right address Ocala Bu! erlew| Bushnell.Ckrmont .
us In We, Person of His Only hand side a place for the To give F:Mtts. Leesburg, Budgeting?
THREE !Begotten !Son, who alone is name, of the presidentOn Wider Garden

The' PIETA BY MICHELANGELO 1\ m* most < moui iculptun the way the truth and the the opposite sheet Is the J tsl tlc.' INCI: ) R <*r. Father Grey July !1Oarwiter 3 r
life there can he no ideally following quotation from the gent Shriver, director of the. Durwdm. Indian r"K Ute Our Low Cost
that >hi era reach.d Am.r ca. Our r.p oduct.on capKirtith perfect education which is not above.mentioned enoclttalThe : Peace Corps and the war enpoverty Racks. Large. Safety Harbor ', FIhI 1

Christian education work of Christian will deliver the rom.InPf'I.'mf'llt New Pert Richey, Tarpon" .:.. JII"": Checking Plan
lyrical beauty and !power of thi meslerp ors Si* 81 I 1C address and .d.
receive .q
Sprm .
last Tuesday at Jacksonville education becomes. manifest s Laketond Brinxn ,
with gold backing and gift foloW, NOT AVAILABLE RETAIL '* nthllp' Kenny High and clear for after all it an honorary degree at Plant City, V.|t wnw i rt,'oa YM i.e beep ,
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commencement exercises of
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School aims securing Supreme
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hrgsti and day Good that is, God, for the St. John t'niv ersity hers Patricka> rerc Base .* nt4 .* y.., sp.n.

thereafter through every June R, souls of those who are being June 12.AIOOfII. Rockledge. YOUR OWN BUSINESS fell .004 i..p bye"

Send chock or m.r.y order, No COD ten high schools In the 1)1 itCMC .. educated. and the maximum others to rerm' Father Scfcroder. July U- r.-. ., p .,s1 ,
will have of well being possible here below honorary degrees are Binh- 1$. usu week. CIf't'tt to altratker . I n
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