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 11, 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
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v. : ill. ; 44 cm.


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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 )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine


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

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Catholc students' inalienable right

ST. Al'dl'STINC During graduation week, Arch.

bishop Joseph. P. Hurley presided at several commencement .

VOL. XXVI, No. 3t Orlando Florida, Friday. Jane 11, 1965 lOe programs for the Catholic High School In the dio- I
swan system On each occasion, after congratulating the)

graduates and their parent and teachers the Archbishop -

, emphasized that the student should always be true

Men in orbit receive to the_Faith and that they ahould pursue not only a college

education education. but a graduate ever growing importance of

education and In particularof
r Monsignor Mortimer Danaher Catholic education in our
director of schools of the
blessing of Pontiff age: And I call your attentionto
diocesan Department of Education the Increasing contributionof
said that during the
our Catholic teachers to>>
first week of June 1061
the well
being of Church and
Staff writer publicly expressed gratitude were presented to high state.

COCO BEACH Astronaut Jam McDivitt received for the "pra>eri. Masses and school graduates. Exerciseswere You have noticed in these
held in two schools each
good wishes" offered' for the
Holy Communion a few hours before his historic men during their flight night through June 8, excepting recent the months and and years that
newspapers magi
four-day flight into with Edward H. White. Saturday
space Major lines filled
President Lyndon B. Johnson \ are day by day
Later during the first Sunday Americana have spent Invited them to be hit Archbishop Burley presld and week by week with the
In outer space Pope Paul VI blessed the U.S. astronauta. guests In a telephone conversation c ed at a commencement and ever-widening spread ef education

At his regular Sunday noon appearance oa June with the men while presented diplomas te ,r.d. in our communities, ef
6, the Holy Father laid; they were still aboard the s ales each night daring the the ton.t.ntlylncnulng cost

'May, our blessing reach throughout the world and Wasp. He told them the country \ ) Jane week of our schools and of the
appreciated their heroic mounting problems of providIng
leap even to the sky for those who are exploring thepatni efforts .. The Archbishop emphasized well prepared teachers.Our .
that of God la the
or tne stars." a knowledge
nauts and the President of Even while they are being Inalienable right of Catholic Catholic people should
It was disclosed here en the United States were Joinedby lionized throughout the country children and that Catholic else rethink their obllgatlona

last Friday that Monsignor people all over the country their Gemini 4 capsule it schools Insure that right to to Catholic education.
In prayers for success of the undergoing extensive e i amlnatton the students
Irvine Nugent bad taken Holy space mission at Cape Kennedy I know of no city, no county
To each class, the Arch
Communion to the Catholic' mr
astronaut on the morning of In a nationally televised' Inv and NASA, the federal space bishop .said In part: or state system which la takIng -
the launch. t.n'ie. last Monday after the agency has quietly gene First always be true to such enlightened and
men were safely aboard the ahead with the Gemini I project your Faith !It will\ stand by such determined measures to>>
Monslgnor Nugent chancellor Wasp Mrs. James McDivitt on the launch pad at the you If you stand by it. It will give the most excellent typeof
of the Diocese of St. Sr., the astronaut mother, historic Cape in Florida. t make your life happy. It will education to their children.
Augustine, and Father James give Inner serenity It And our education hi this land
Hertlhy parish Priest 01( the you of the free la truly free. We
will give a lasting
Vatican Da ily draws are not inhibited. We are not
Church of Our Sat lour here, Fee to It that your Faith
with MeDltlft In obliged to excuse God from
were Major
.. grows with you. See that you
the eitroBiuti' personal quarters are not always a high school our curriculum We are not
at Cap Kennedy lesson from Gemini 4 Christian after you have become obliged to throw out the moat
Important subject to which

Major Communion McDivitt in his receivedHoly qu.r.ten VATICAN CITY (.NC) -The U. S. Gemini 4 apace Graduation In Tampa a. graduate See to K from that a unlverslty the children's turned. minds eaa be

flight was hailed u a unlve rail victory of science and a Faith crows with you and this
at 44S a m, on Jun. 3
from Monsignor Nugent solid hope for peace by L'men-store' Romano Vaticanthat Diplomas were awarded ta the first were presented" by Monsignor John F. gift of God has not ended Every Catholle child Ie
City daily graduates of Tampa Catholic High Scully, left president of the school with these IT or 11 years and ghesi his Inalienable right ,.
The two Priests breakfasted In man the spirit-soul, School by Archbishop Joawph P Hur.ley Father Jone Hula ant Father Thomas with your studies Inn about God ta ear
In front
with the astronauts a editorial
tomato Juice, sirloin steak on June S. the editor page Raimondo on intellect and will is his on Friday June 4, at Christ the Earner, right were chaplains to theAnhblAhol. You must win and re win schools. Ponder, that
loftiest and truest dimension, Church in The graduate your Faith every day of your
eggs strawberry gelatin and Ma mini said: King Tampa. ( In these days when men
the inner dimension which! life Tr.llllrlynur Faith; It la
coffee.At "Wh, shook .e dwell much
on trancends and subjugatesthe your most valuable possesslon. speak ao of Independence
10.II a m. Majors MeDlvffl and make rempetttne comparisons very limits of finite matter of liberty ef thinking
and White were off m between this and think of that Our Catholte

their flight. They ended' their that und.rt.klllctori.! .. "The second lesson Is this: honors Priesthoodby And the secret ef Falth-the schools are the truly free
four- a)'. (2-orbit journey Inout.r of science' are common, uni the appeal to the best in Pope sorrel by which' you retain, h, schools In any community ,
versa!!" hold U, and see 'It develop and
on Monday. June We shall speak to
space every man In all peoples, the you as
7 splashing down at middayIn grew the secret el Faith' Is the weeks I by and
From the spectacular flight impetus given to moral I go more
.. the Atlantic Ocean more ., Astreaanti Edward White (dcees, to aothUfttp and ft. attendance at Pisa "inner arajrr.Hecomllj more m this an Important
than tin! mites east of litre. and James McDhltt, 'he said, termty of ail peoples in the get t yourself an subject The Cathode home"
Rescue teams recoveredthe tee lessons rae bf leaned. effort directed to the expanilon education You have only a and Cathode education ire
Gemini 4 tipsale and of !knowledge and im rl u (NC) Pope Paul attended the! "day of the faith and this comforting ei beginning. you have only a primary questions! facing all
lifted the astronauts from the "The first lesson if provemewt in existence of ratkwel Prieethond' to celebrate Maw at the national Eucharistic: ample of Eucharistic piety foundation If any of you has of our people today,

sea en to the U 5. Carrier \beings oa the earth" Con,,,... in I..... Hie night on June 10 to Pisa waa him the moment. dedicated 'In a decided not Ie go to college,
Watp On. of the history- "KespoMiMe. reflect l l tl* e second from Vatican city to an Italian community! to special way to the celebra young men and young women Holy Name work
making highlights of their Dominican m.. ." Mr Mawrtnl said IneUtirtfcw of tlon of the priestly ministry 1 seek you to rethink that
mark the 700th anniversary of the CorpueChristl
voage in space was ekes 'will never be aWe to kirk which Is a sacred vehicle of decision and 1 ask the parentsand awaits
Aftrnnaut White floated for of aa a fet ef the the great divine gift to the InterestedIn more men
Upon this vidorjf achieved institution 01 the feast of Corpus those who are
20 minutes. outside ace lie walked' out" on the fit the. earth andover pope Paul. flew from ftome Ml Is and ministry yourself at least a college 1 IHocesan Union of Hely
of a mystery
day thePriesthood
third orbit th. day the vw mM's on *plead. without to Orvteto sat Antt 11 (ermajer n aeleiUn which, the ef the education Name Societies la planning
Father to attend the Pisa pretence
age began and became the Holy arousing liken. JIt..V ceremonies markMg now for a full scale drive for
the 'Is Intended
event, fee Vettta. City daily rope. al congress Put I to the majority efvn
first American to float In the centenary' say members In
a religious act :root ie to say, Ie place special relief new September.
newspoper. L'Osservatore Montane not only a e.ll"t. educe
spare. outside of a flight vehicle \ITICA CITY (NCI without givmg thevtnls te The Ptsa cenfreet. work and at the summit, el Hucalion. This program and others
wrote hut graduate
A :hntahop Emaouele. Cartno God who has trfuoed. ae much nuts through June II marks honor" tins a will be the subject of discussion
This coming Sunday at the apostolic Bunclo to theVmmtran difnitv and peer into the\ the celebration of the anal "The Holy rather has by members of the diocesan
t o'clock<< Mass the Mm ( Republic who has mind and free will of man. msary of Pope I'rbaa 1chowft for this profession ef The general theme of the If you go out Into the world board when, it meets la

which Major McDivitt. chose been a key negotiator In that 17th national congress ls with a superior degree, witha \ Jacksonville tomorrow evening
to attend each Sunday that "be rountrv's political upheaval fate of Belgian The nit ef the Kurhartst at graduate degree, doors The men also contemplate '
was at Cape Kennedy' in met OUt week with pope Martyrdom the mystery of the Heal Presence open for you Rethink that promotion of decent
preparation for the Gemmi 4 P.ul1 at the Vatican. of Christ among m".n." decision change that de literature and some sports

launch and voyage the Tbe UrliMth carried a FrmeneglMo: Cardinal rferlt 1'1111II1111 to college activities for Junior Holy
parishioners of the Church of map with" him' as lie went to Dutch missioners in Congo of Klorem-e Is pres4lfig as You should" go not only to Name societies

Our SatMur in Cocoa Beach tee the Pep around ..... the' official papal legate college but on to the prof'sslnn The executive board members '
will unite their prayers with irnpnunnj.r.: The (' (M' fcteen Bel- Krtthers ef SI. Gabriel and The day of the lope's visit *' .'Jaw. rneiiwlne, and the from an parts ef the
those of Father Heruhy There WM no official an- tlIO bound hand and three ("aputhlns.' f\r f'erepeae had the general theme, "Therucharlat wonderful profession' of leachIng Diocese. writ! gather In Jack
and 15 Dutch mineion aria were
nouaceinei after live iVmnv gin : sacrante*t of hit U! In the years to come, annvllle Hotel Roosevelt on
The foal Pries "ffl offer and then murdered with lancee and knrvea by rebels I..I lay pevple-f..r Greeks
foot "
srte meetiatg. but presumably flea awl included a study teaching will be one of the Saturday evening at 7 :K)
the hi., .. la fer end three I'ertau'.ffr'
Ik' aitroaaair thaaksghlag saecettfalttrsft ArchWehep Clartcto Wormed (May 30)) in the northCtJfIrolf' stows' bodies in the R.M. else Ift.ulfr.d.G.w.rnflll.flt session I., Priests. pretWM InINt demanding and most o'clock Monsignor Harold T
A. ntn Cardinal In the Jordan. Is the spiritual! dire
sad safe ( the Pnpe 01 the latest political .. town of Buta. River ever by f popular professions
retire rem events in the Dominican Hepublic troops who Pea. preetdent' of the Seete I I'nllH States tor ef the Diocesan\ t'nion.
their daring eiplelts. and the atterrpli to The rebels. kaowa as sirtv The victims liwMH II ferced the rebels out of Buts tarkate for the Promoting I call the attention of all James J McAullffe of M*.V

The far .es of the aitr> DOMINICAN, hack page bas 'ijoni I. threw the misajtrocaat Creaky latkers soles Hherated lUshp Jacques Christian UtIIIt,. our Catholic people to the land Is the president

-.... p .."-..., l Mball ef Ibis, five Congal.e.Priests The RiwbarUtfc. congress ...&U_u HHUU ____.HHnH. ____ _UU&&UUU&u.
and S Omgoleie Sin (June All) began with a maoc

Ins. >ere Ms liberation ) address. by I VlttortnoVero "
RM..p hiked bed been tarred MH''. Its 11 a a C.tMtk Diocese of St. Augustine
former If)
to appear before a slmbaoewrt. Action leader awl -
of Ruts rector general of the Jaded Florid
but the people
the 4ellnne' '.........1. Sel.nt4>\ St. Auguttint
freed the prelate despite
rebefa demands fir\ and. decal OrganteaUenMr June I. 104)
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Fkfteen Skteri. reportedly Veroaete. new a lay Dear Reverend Father

Belgians' were taken from POPF ke(k page I till attention to the Peter'a Pence Colleetswi J.
Bata by the rebels when they
wleh. U ech '1aled for Monday. June 20th.
were forced out of the tows
Alao taken as heslafes werea Vatican to berepresented ta al our pariah and< m .1Ms chvrtheaTMa .

Protestant DVM and a U the eoJWtifn for wr Italy Father, the
'woman wads te da dr...
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: .,.raes saM. te .h.. mli..leg at UN meet with Me world.wide eharKks.. Catholics have a

i la the swrthera ('wife.Ussy \ATK\S CITY 1\1-: ready .iMidwalaiidma. of the .important role of the

Lb : .- ,. .." .t first "'itwe.lI. n... Ih!v ". hen ar.pled Pope .m. world affaire. At thie yonrtar of history
asne bees token ta flenaiaeMfc ,. ,n ,inv. taf'fl,,. '" pertwipoie,retia Mn IN IMIstMe. to engaged ta. a wid! ranting\ ..nct. -
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On day science history was made the Censor f...,.' misstssiaVveral OTeeswf. .. Am rleaa eke !ice ifxMtoiate ef enssfMenisig and helping nun-
mssOs he U president ef the" pnoeNkai, evil
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brought Ho'y Communion al'vgexle "f Father Janes Heriifey era are Dr. Eugeaa F. Tubtee left, bas to ae on Wave to this me>., .. ka4 the May Gl bVea yes al your partahsitner*.

to Ma
June 3, Just before OmM 4 was ftavtow. O-Vrs at the able are [> 0 Cocoa, beck to camera. eft be retire after right week. a message f ran Pee cad P. HurUyArchbiaMp "

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'pace. At Ca(. Kennedy o urten payswal condition Jut b-- .ef rs4Kl "We.. Ura.4 to lists la dips Mere ..'leia'.". members Bishop of St. Aoguatb-o

ITT the Mtmeanta, above. were fore they dmfeed into the caj*.!e tae saassaere .. as cot U esv essi be Mini'/'- A NrreMTICtN
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June'! 11, 1965
Two The Florida Catholic Friday,
-- -

Catholic Florida Reports l Speak- -- up on moral law,

a rga +cs

St. PetersburgST. Tampa DeBary Pope Paul urges women


Newly elected officers of Father Mark J. McLough- Two e\ents-Ascension and VATICAN CITY (XC) Don't be afraid to apeak of
St Jude'i Women's u i l d lin has announced that start Memorial Day- marked the Paul VI has counseled .
conversations, Pope
moral law in
were recently installed at the ing in June the Sunday Mass cloning of the winter season the
parish church. Monsignor schedule is 6, B, 9.30: 11 and in DeB a r y. On Ascension an Italian Catholic women's group.
James J. Meehan officiated 12:15: at Christ the King Thursday 140 parishioners Speaking of women' role in today's world, the Pon

and a breakfast followed at parish in Tampa. attended a breakfast at the tiff encouraged his audience "not to blush not to be

the Sand Dollar Restaurant. EPIPHANY OF OUR LORD University Inn, DeLand fol. afraid to apeak of moral value and imperatives, as if

Officers are Mrs. John Grei During a dinner recently lowing the 745: a.m. Mass. mention of the concepts and realities they evoke were to
ser, president; Mrs. Donald At the speakers table were
held at the Peter Pan Restau exclude you from modern be scandalized If so
Smith I first vice.president; Father Peter Reynolds so-nor
officers of the
rant in Tampa conversation: adversaries of the DI.
Mrs. John J. Green, second of spiritual I advisor, Father many
Ladies Guild of Epiphany "Those who re vine Word still exist even to.
,president; Mrs. John In. John Rogers and Father Ed.
Our Lord parish were
Crusemeyer recording secretary Mrs. Jilie McDermott ward O'Shea. John Smith of main silent about these day."We
; Mrs. Mark Sebacher stalled: Mrs AIda DeBary, the master of cere First graduation Gainesville values and imperatives are live in difficult times
corresponding secretary c: ; !Mrs. monies, introduced John B. the ones who deny them or and one feels a certain di..
Johnson, vice president;
Mrs. Edward Fitzsimmons, Margaret Canniff, corresponding Mattingly! DeLand, president St Patrick School in Gainesville Trujillo Marilyn Grant; back Diane have lost them those who who couragement. Some weaken.
treasurer.St. of the Volusla County Bar As. dare to violate them or Others believing in their own
i secretary; Mrs. sociation. lie told of being held graduation for the ninth grade Prlmo, Timothy Tucker Susan Wig do not realize that the highest that certain elasticityand
Petersburg BeachST. Zelda Hartschlag, recording present at Cape Kennedy for this year a first In the pariah. Monsignor gins, Christine Nadeau and Mans expressions of the spirit, suchas possibility of compromise

JOHN secretary; and Mrs. Lora the launching of Saturn I. Harold F. Jordan presented Boro. Father Thomas R. Gross pastor truth Justice liberty, may be drawn from the

The Ladles Auxiliary! of St. Berlin treasurer. lie drew from this experience diplomas to the youth from left, foreground arranged for the graduation. to take honesty, goodness, courage Gospel, try to adapt them.

John parish St. Petersburg Eustis a reminder that no matter : Bernadette Konishl Margaret place in the church. and heroism, are in the selves to melt the obstacles

Beach, recently installed new MARY OF THE LAKES how extensive our progress McKean Michele Doerr, Mary Ann moral orders," the Pope said As a result, one descends to
officers for the coming year of of St. in science and technology Pope Paul spoke after a the level of the others instead
The Mary
at the Desert Ranch Motel: Mass celebrated last week in of raising them to one'i own
the results of
Lakes are no
of the parish,
Mrs. Albert J. Pityo Jr., Eustis held their annual ban value if we neglect to observethe Daytona BeachST. Jacksonville St. Peter's basilica: which level," he said."Thli .
president; Miss Irene Casco, American chosennew was attended by members of
first vice.president; Mrs. quet at the Pine Meadows moral laws that govern PAUL ST. MATTHEW the Italian women's center. Is not a good way U
Club honoring the of and strengthen the advance Installation took place on
Eugene Valentine, second Country Members of the Women'lG..ild The had gathered to peace and conciliation.
ficers for the of mundane efforts. May is May 26 for these officers of group
coming year. general by
of St, Matthew
vice-president; Mrs. C. H. celebrate the 20th anniversary
celebrated Law "It is Instead yielding to
Father Henry J. Miron of ai month the St. Paul parish Catholic recently elected these leaders
Breckenridge recording sec:
retary; Miss Lorine Ekern, Blessed Sacrament Church in Mattingly told his listeners Women's Club: Mrs. Murray for the coming year: Mrs. Franciscans of the center. the ideology of others. Butit
Ct'rmont81! guest speaker. and we are vulnerable to any L. McDonald, president; Mrs Thomas S. Lobrano Jr., president "Those persons who remain happens even among our
corresponding secretary ; attack if the silent about these values ranks, even in our days," he
we rely on Charles 1 Boardman, vice
Mrs. Reginald Horsemen ; Mrs. Joseph Canipelll, ROME (SC) A native of "
Fernandina Beach that muscle Is sub and Imperatives Pope Paul said
premise a president; Mrs. Frank Ward first vice.presided Mn.11.
treasurer. ST. MICHAELOn stitute for morality recording secretary; Mrs. liam McNenany, second vice. New Jersey has been elected continued, "prefer to give Afterward the Pope appeared -

Ormond BeachST. Sunday May 30, 13 high Mrs. John T Hewitt, was Frank J. Nelson, corresponding presld-- it: Mrs. Jesse Bird the 104th minister general of free vent to inferior expressions at a window overlooking
received chairman. the Third Order Regular of Instinct, passion St. Peter's for
BRENDAN school l graduates secretary: Mrs. James Jr., third I vice president' : ; square
Day of recollection was Holy Communion In a groupat Robert Morrison and John Sullivan treasurer. Mrs. hIre Mary Staats, fourth Franciscans. paradox, which are also hu the noon blessing! and called

held for the women of 51.Brendan' the 11 o'clock Mass. Fol Monahan president and Chester Kazmicrczak of De- vice president: Mrs. Jack c: man expressions, but if left on the crowds to Join him in
parish. Father lowing Mass, the graduatesand treasurer respectively, of the Land was installing officer Parr, recording secretary; Father Louis J. Seconds to themselves, derive from inferior prayer "for the efficacious
their parents were hon. Holy Name Society, were T.O.R., was chosen to lead and irresponsible areas presence of Christian womenin
Nell A. Sager and Father Mrs. Joseph Hornack corresponding
F. conducted ored at a luncheon In the also at the speakers table. Crescent City Mrs, the IMS.member community of the complex human being the contemporary world.
Joseph Daley secretary;
conferences during the day parish hall at St. Michael's Father Reynolds celebrated ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST William Allen, treasurer; and (June 1)) during the general "At times, they are most "Let us pray that women

and also a question box Guild. Father Leonard Duncan the 9:30: am. Mass on The Altar Society of St. Mrs Joseph Dasher, histori chapter of the order Md I II. lively dramatic and Interesting may understand and conquerthe

period. Spiritual reading took pastor, congratulatedthe Memorial Day Sunday May John the Baptist parish met an. Mrs. George P. Coyle was Rome's monastery of Sts.Coimas but all too often they are new horizons open before

place during lunch which the young people and Introduced 30, which was attended by 150 for a luncheon recently and installing officer, and Dam'an.The guilty of undermining the them so that their presence

women of the St. ChristopherCircle guest speaker Father members and auxiliary mem installed these officers for the new general was bornIn true, complete and organic may truly bring good-

provided. About 65 Patrick Cullen of Jackson bers of the American Legion, coming year: Mn. Mary BLESSED TRINITYThe Jersey City July 15, 1915, order of life which Is turned' nets, beauty love decent living
women attended and the day ville, who urged the graduates World War I Veterans and Eichhorn president; Mrs. E. Blessed Trinity Guildof to Italian Immigrant parents. toward the transcendent and and hope" he said.

was brought to an end with to keep God in the centerof the Veterans of Foreign I M. Butler vice. president; Jacksonville will sponsor He Joined the order In 1937 moral order

the Benediction of the Most their lives. Wars. They marched up the Mrs. Byron Butler, secretary a card party and benefit showon and made his first professiontwo On the other hand he said $
Blessed Sacrament by Father A copy of the "Imitation of church aisle Immediately before ; Miss Lillian Eichhorn October 27 at the South years later. After philosophy "it is necessary. to remain t. PetersburgDANIEL

Sager, Christ" was presented to the Mas Father Reynolds' treasurer. Father Antonio I side Woman's Club. This will and theology! studies at vigilant regarding the invasion

St. Brendan School closed graduates as a gift from the sermon honored the dead who Leon conducted the installation be one of the first events of the Catholic: University of -one might even In a

for summer vacation at Guild. died for their country. the new year which begins at America in Washington, he sense say the eruption-of a T. WINTER I CO.

noon on Tuesday June 9. ... "WT the end of the summer did graduate studies at Catholic mentality which is pleased to HoipKol; School beds

Classes will resume on Mon <, University and at the adopt freethinking attitudes
-,- 40) ; Theatre Bid,.
day, August 30. f'! CDA Pontifical University of St. and to subvert feminine
Plans Miss Barrett Installed mores not only regarding St. Mtrtbur' ?
are now being com r. Betty was Thomas in Rome.
pleted for St. Brendan's family F as grand regent of He has held posts as novice those old fashioned or contingent Phone M-OJII I

festival which will be heldon Court Holy Rosary No. 1045 master, as prior at the monastery aspects which might
July 2 and 3 on the Church Catholic Daughters of America of St. Bernadme of be subject to criticism and I

grounds. at an installation banquetIn Siena In Hollldaysburg.Pennsylvania( transformation but also regarding ALPINE

Jacksonville. It was given and prior of those values which
St. PetersburgCURNOW June 3, In Un Roosevelt Sts. Cosmas and Damian must in any case constitutethe TKo all now Nosing" ; Horn
Hotel. Installing officer was here. honor and pledge of true 'for th. fat ;in Nursing
a' Mrs. Frank Scheldell of St. human and Christian womanliness Homo Cor*.
In 1953 he became defmitor
Petersburg state regent
TREE SERVICI Other oficers Installed were general of the order, was pro 3454 2 Itt AVI. South
Tr ........ 1'.'. TrimMlnfI curator general I in 1959, and During the :Mans, the Pontiff
Miss Alexander
inn e.Mrl.a M, Llwnd, Peggy vice- has been professor of asceti- delivered the homily and
....... regent, Mrs. Michael Car cal theology at the Pontifical: spoke .f the dangers of compromise Holy Name Church

Ph..., ... l>*... ..., asssatep cone, Mrs. Frank Strickland Lateran University here Heis In the face of challenges
Miss Rose McLaughlin Mrs.
the author of books from the world
) George Seddmg, Mrs. Mary
theological subjects.
rilllamson. Mrs. C. T. Had- on "Christ Himself wss

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. Y hR A, v t.a Mrs. Thomas B. Christianand Film available word. and the Gospel has al. DON BARDELLAM
Mrs. Mary Shaihy. ways met throughout the
Holy Rosary leaders, Jacksonville Mrs. Neva Line I of St. JICKSONVHXK! A Mm centuries, with strong oppoil- ,n"9.f

Petersburg was assistant i entitled Pages of Death has lion from the society' of every 441 C,Mr.l Ae, 142-1)SS
/ Recently I Installed president of president; Mrs. Eugene Darche In. monitor. been purchased: by a member ige." the Pope said.

St. Petersburg Holy Rosary parish organization In .tailing officer; Mrs. Robert W. Mrs. Walter Drone arranged of St Paul parish here. The "We must not be afraid'

4441 9th Strut Northr Jacksonville are pictured with, from Rhodes, I'arenta Auxiliary president; the banquet Mm will be available to any and the Gospel itself tells us ROOFrusintoiM

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educate Thre The Florida OathonclMday, June 11,1965Cathedral
5,000,000 yearlyto

Austrian Bishops

insure our country's future'ST. issue pastoralfor

AE'GE'STIM-Another; clam of graduate from You have the knowledge to world
the venerable St. Joseph Academy here received high make this world a better

school diplomas this month. Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan place In which to live VIENNA (NC) The Austrian .

V.F.. presided at the commencement held in the Cathe but always remember that It Bishops in a joint pastoral

dral Lyceum. Monsignor John P. Burns Cathedral Mater was due to the blood sweat letter have called en
Catholics to for world
presented the graduate and tears of thousands of pray
pioneers in the field of Catholic peace.
The auditorium packed to the rafter, heard Father education that yon are 1f t The Bishops asked for

W. Thomas Larkin pastor of Christ the King parish In able to leave hero tonight ide prayers (May 30)) that at

Jacksonville, say that the "greatest contribution that the with a blueprint for successful lust part of armaments ex

Catholic Church has made to America has been lU widespread living and the roadmap penditures be used for effeo
religious educational to eternal life. iEf r P tin development aid.

system." It was due to the self sacrifice
1 r't Bishops recalled the
Father Larkin laid in n of your parents that you t ? Christmas message of Pope
part: were able to complete your 1 1 r.ul1 which pointed lo thedangers
studies here. It due
Father was to
Sometime I think I we to peace.They .
the sacrifice of all the world
Catholics do not fully appreciate i W. Thomas
holds dear by your teachers, listed the causes
what our schools mean those dedicated religious and which the Pops had men
not only to the spiritual I welfare !. larklr
lay people that Catholic tinned' as especially dangerous
of our children but to our iii
schools arc able to exist to peace: nationalism,

country Occasionally, meet You can never thank them Parish honors Sister-Principal) racism militarism, and class
we opposition sufficiently! for the priceless spirit, which thinks only of

Catholic in schools trying to A establish favorite is now the state of Florida heritage that is yours Sister Mary Trtnltt principal of presented a scroll to Sister TrlnlU tor's side), and members of the its own social group to the

argument we propose Is that must be smiling down from AH they ask Is that yes put the Cathedral parish school for the on the recent occasion of her departure pariah organs.sUon joined In the exclusion The of others.
result Is that the human
our schools save the citizens heaven upon you 1965 graduates Int* practice what yen hate past four years, was honored recently ss principal of the school tribute. Prior to her assignment to

t>t the country so much in of Cathedral High learned here. by parish Priests teachers The Cathedral assistant, Father the Cathedral School In downtown technical society and today economical, despite development its

taxes by educating our own School. If you are taken in by the and members of the Home and David T. 0 Shea, Mrs Bertram St. Augustine, Slcrtsr TrlnlU was presents the sad

children They see that their work specious' reasoning! of the School I Moclation. Monsignor Hernandex president of the Homo principal of St. Agnes School. and bitter countenance of dlvision .
Very seldom do we try to was not in vain. They see that John P. Burns Cathedral and School
world, if you let yourself be pastor, Association (at Sir hats and threats to
explain how Christian culture which they
we are preservIng
attracted by the tinsel of Im peace, the Austria Bishopsconcluded.
the fundamental Christian brought from the old world -
morality if have not the .
principles upon which being handed on to you in
this country was founded and the 20th century. course to resist the tide of Calls for youth
then .
are failing
paganism you ,
without which it will not con.
"'01. the elsai .f 1S! are those who have sacrificedso
tinue to exist. BfE-NOS AIRES (NC) -
greatly prh lIe.rd.: \0. hate much for you.
Me make this contribution been trained la a system of Remember also that )ou Antonio Cardinal Caggiano of

by ghlng lie million children education which If followed have an obligation not just to Buenos Aires called on the

annually a bane (hrls- throughout: your life, will preserve the Faith in which youth of Argentina to put

tins education. mean not only eternal hippl- you have been instructed but themselves at the service of S r u '
neon as a final goal but a you hla commission to God country and Church t v itr
VSe have been
contributingto peace here below that the bring that faith into the and to develop their spirituallife.
the welfare of our country world cannot gist.'Strangers. mainstream of our society .
by the teaching of religious

princip4e practically:
smc. the discovery of the friends sons'comprise

new world John Shea., the ,

famous church historian .

writes"On; Faster Sunday called Pope's audience

In Spanish. 'Paacua Florida. ,'
Ponce de Leon sighted the

southern coast of North VUlCANlirV (th l') -- Pope r.ul1 divided those different attitudes which the n ''t 4; alakeland's L

America lie landed on April attending his weekly getter:al l audience on June 2 Into souls of our contemporaries
2. 1JU. and named' the land ran assume regarding the
Florida' three group*strangers fn ends and IOn.-.tnd confidedand Church .

To Spanish Catholics must that he bore an equal love Interest toward all of
go the distortion of establishing them. "N.r does this threefold dl> Santa Fe High School graduates

the first school of any tlslno apply lo soals alone,"
kind on land. that was to become HM reaction to everyone t at the audience, he said, the' continued "but alas These seniors of 5tnta F* High Kathy Gallagher/ Xfarreilo Slze- back row, Patricia Blanch), Nancy

a part of the United "was that of a heftfierd -G oj willing, a good shepherd U affairs which interest mrs School In Lakeland were awarded mort Jr., Jan Mohler, James VIM Stagman, Charles Pearson Ann

States of America They were who knows hi. fink and preen out on them all the same .f all ages."There diplomas on June 3 by Monslgnor and Susan Ryblnnkl; row two, F.mry: Stephanie KelUher Dennis

Inevitably, under the coodi affairs John J, Mullms V.F, of St Petersburg David Vernon. Robsttt Fates, Fullenkamp, Judy Hartnett, Linda.
affection' equal interestand are
bon of their founding. Catholic listen, to think They art hers to the direct competenceof : front row, from the left, John KubIk, Carol Carey, Tommy Altenburger and Dennis Newton

Th.religious missionaries schools who unique lose as friends; friends of art for the Church temporal affairs Susan Clark William Hughes Eady Mary Hollmeyer I John
founded these schools In what "AH sf you here beloved' example or of history things of and for this. Bobbl Secklnger, George Muehler, Bland, Paula Roach, John Stanton I
and dti .. are who
sons iM" friends like to observe world There are affairs common
lathered wto the same heart and enjoy spectacles, Participation & to the Church and the ---

CAPE KENNEDY .II are weteosn. with atfec. In this care Is indeed world art for example, culture Awards
Inn whicfc the immense heart very cordial and sincere-but I charitable enterprisesand Thoughts on thoology givon

AREA of Chnsl-to..... honor delotm partial) It supports certain so on. And there are OR.\\lII)- Mlrlon Clark

durtog the month of aspects of this encounter but things which only the Church Phillips Post 87, all women's

June is particularly df'4Iic.t. perhaps not the most import possesses and ran give doctrine Scholars write about ecumenism American legion Post pie-
SURF BOARDS ed coouniMtcotes to the taut a f>e<1 communion of In the Gospel liturgical anted awards to four Cal.V
little .heart of tMs rtwpherd faith and charity which constitutes and sacramentalgrace olio students Stu-
s.i. or K...t prayer the promulgation of problems of mixed mar recently
and common fattier" who the true and profound the way to our Lord decree ecumenism rlii, e s m m s a religious dents' art chosen for the t, .-"i
SUN 'N' SEA SURF SHOP toads before you espiN of !this encounter"S. and His holy for eternal In the last session (Novem services, and ecumenical reunion qualities of courage, cc-.npanlonshlp -

2-280l 1761 AlA .III attend the audience te "',. ., the" church art herehtweter life." IM19f'A > of the Vatican' ialher on s diocesan level to honor, leaders!,,?,
$...!>. .."h tee the Pope, he observed, bro.... M (I. their Eves In the same person Council! Interested Catholics the deep" and complex theo- service to others and) academic

hut etch his a different reeStrangers tome and that *f their l commas these diverse positions regarding have searched for pertinent Nary J. logical questions of the eccleslal excellence. Students are

-- *>*. father, P.,. Paul ht... the Church ran be literature on this complex but reality I I t of other first chosen by the members
found under different aspects, nonetheless essential part of litre.'sir churches and the role ef of the graduating class, the
QualityPRINTING are. theta as '1 am here they say the Pope said. "One can beat Catholic thought,, and life charismatic structures In let school faculty and finally Vie
simple ........ ..,\er*. 'wMh full confidence to feel the same time Independent Most of the Information Church. principal.

tourists, ttw com**. or tissse my Catholicism united. not when dealing with. things previously published ass In Awards were presented to
who attend to wioertiaod. to only with throe actually. but morally Indifferent or outside the minds of some commentators editor, M to discuss problems la general the estays are Reeky Smith of !St James
sec b4. wet rowan strao- also with thwie' present inspirit the realm of religion, Joined somewhat larking In that are especially Important pravoeallve, well I I wrlllea.Hut. Mary Ann I..tlch at St
girt sad aoort. wrttamt par aU the faithful who with others when dealing the new perspectives revealed for ecumenical understanding some *f them repair a Charles; Hits Osrvey of BliH-"

tiupaUM M the sptntoal In form one family of Ctiriit, the with things morally tndrfferent both by the debate on theological questions background ef theology which op Moore, and Rita Henry of

.., tennty of this xooaseert sad untied people of God And I or outside the realm of ecumenism at the Council as that usually have practical presumably I I. not possessed St Andrew. Making the presentation

this atmoas Mre am here to eiperieme' a mo- religion )o/ne4 with others well as by the decree Itself ms...|u'nces and pratti- by that mythical creature, were members of
S.ttR't' Lack Prstw nq Friends are tore bca*.. meet of this mysterious irnr when dealing, with things It Is to he eipected that time. cal questions that usually the s ersg* reader, Post 87, Betty Prockweil.!

170 SlMpII.,4 Iovle.d. it pirates them '.to see so .that Mlness,, which Is present which pertain simultaneously I research and the practical cannot be solved' without a One of the criticisms of this Murrlel Morrison and Claudia
S..,"" leech J47 $JTI nun' beautiful things. tojtiie "here t.'fl...... the feelIng lo sacred and profane struggle with the problems of good theological foundation" volume Is that there Is an Trlola, commander of the

of being a .living memberof spheres, and a participantwhen day byday rtlttfemthipt with The format of The Church. ahtn of American Cathode Pod

the. Mystical Bid J of Mlmg as a faithful subject other churches would eveotually and Fx-umenMin follows, with contributors, even though
o.: :;; j Christ, in the certainty of on of the .holy. Church" produce a series of prof some WitHHM.. the general there are live American an LARGO
faith in the. Joy of one IdenU- Nab! and provoeatlv 'Insights cutups l .., Con tile editorial board. It I I.
OEtodPianosOrgansBand J Teased all .f these" _trk. previous
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The Life) of Our Lord God's world!

CommentTeam Jesus' large family is Blessed Trinity transforms usTilE

distinct Persons in one divIne
astronautsTHE legend concerning St. Nature, each Person com,
supreme-our shown He is God u I u tI De and the
unaware Blessed Trinity Is a familiar pletely equal to each other'

successful flight of Major Mc- for the formula whereby men can live one However, the legend is in all\ things, yet not three

is tribute peacefully on earth. Our own world have Father Gods but only one this l.
and Major White a WE seen that for so well\ pointed that it seems /

to our Christian nation. Their not only holds the future of space in the Jews the word worth repeating once again.. Leo J, ....' wholly outside the range ef!

in atmosphere its hands, but also the future of our brother could be used for human experience and under
fIght): was performed an any St. Augustine possessed line Tress standing But we know it it
ef deep faith. Christian civilization. close: I relation, and that .f the keenest minds whichever so because God has said thatit

There is always an element of Our new astronauts apparently area James and Joseph and Simon have enriched the pages is so-and we are contentto

chance! in all human endeavor, even happy combination of good Chris and Jude, named as Our Frank J. /, .f Christian theology say, "I believe,"

tt'ChnicalllkiJIs at the com tians and good scientists. We hope and Lord's brothers were in fact
though all Sbeedthese The story Is that one day In practical terms, the
roand of our nation were used to In. pray that this happy combination of his cousins. Mary, wife of Augustine was walking along most breathtaking aspect of

Faith and science as exemplified by Cleophas, was the mother of God His knowledgeof truth Is the
sure their safety. the seashore. He was deep In sense of this great fact
the first two and she
We thank God that our astronauts our astronauts will continue to be the well have been, of all four.may thought as he wrestled with Himself would not be perfect that we ourselves have been

Acre returned safely to us. We have prime ingredients of man's future endeavor the mystery of the Blessed unless It were a living caught up into the Inner kit

live the to unlock the mysteries of the Who was she? St. John Trinity, trying to understandthe knowledge. Consequently the of the Blessed Trinity,
that man can among
proved stars well as solving the mysteries calls her Our Lady's "sister" often retain the Wit nature of God. He happened perfect Image of Himself
tlars ((19, 23)), but that too could of "brothers of the Lord," on a child who was dig which, God generates tn His In baptism the Holy Spirit
However, the world still searches of life here on earth apply to close female image, (\Mi Is God's Love) some,
any re and wt find them acting as a ging a hole in the sand. divine mind is a living
lation. Hegesippus, who was family croup.Immediltely. Augustine asked the child the a living reflection of Himself. bow took possession of 01,

$ e'Happy born early in the next Century after the purpose of' the hole Her we have the first and transformed ns, and made

says that Cleophas was mlr- "When I have dug a little second Persons of the Blessed each of us a particular point
I : St. Joseph's brother, so that nags feast of Cans, as we In time and space In which
deeper the child explained Trinity.
his wife would have seen, 'His mother His Is God all ef God, could and
the Lord'TIIK hIbeen Himself
fear "I
who/ brethren and His disciples am going to pour the sea God, knowing
are you Our Lady's sister, went to ,Capharnaum" (John in here." Augustine pointed God the Father Gods perfect does dwell

One of the disciples with 2, 12)) it looks indeed as if out that the small hole never knowledge of Himself is We do not feel It, either
127 wife was considered by the would contain the Mediterranean God tile Son. The Son of God
author of psalm whom Christ walked to Em- the whole family moved out physically or emotionally, but
a teacher of true Israelites as a precious prize; maul after the ResurrectionLuke of Nazareth and made their sea"Then. also ii called the Word of we are right there in the

wisdom, and in his charming sterility was looked upon as a ( 24, 18)) was named home in Capharnaum. ," asked the child, God because He is the living midst of that feverish (a human

curse. And so the psalmist Cleophas. but no one seems "how do you expect your .word the "Myself" which word, ) flow of knowingand
little long he employed sings: "Your wife shall belike t* think he was the same After Our Lord's Ascension limited human mind to under. God utters (we speak humanly loving which, is God. It

simple 1 homey figures of J a fruitful vine In the recesses son. per we find Ills mother and stand the infinite God" With ) in His deepest being as, will be a terrible shock an I

speech to get across his les I ICaslelol of your home; Your His brethren In the Upper that rebuke according to from all eternity lit excruciatingly happy shock

son.It children like olive plants Coming back to the four Room (Acts I, 14)). the story, the child disappeared "thinki" of Himself when wt suddenly see, after I

is a very fundamentallesson around your table" "brothers" we find among Because: God is Infinitely
death what is
In between they are with happening to i
an essential one for The more children, the the twelve Apostles two outside the where The story has a renewed lovable, there exists between us and what" has been happening '
secure, contented living: God more busy hands to performthe Jameses two Simons and two Mary place pertinence each year as w, God the Father and God the all\ the time
Our Lord is preaching in
will reward with abundant able conditions a good harvest many chores calling for Judes (Judas is the same celebrate Trinity Sunday An. Son a love of such perfection
happiness the man who required hard, backbreaking daily attention. This was one name). As well as James the Capharnaum (Mark 3, 31)); nually the Church focuses our and intensity that it is a liv- While awaiting that moment

serves Him faithfully and labor consideration, but not the son of Zebedee, there was a later they are telling Him attention on the most lofty Ing love, sharing with Father of full revelation, nwill

conducts his life in accord only one.Stalwart. James the Less, son of Alpheus why lie should go up to Jerusalem and the most unintelligible and Son the same divine nature be eminently profitableto }

with the divine will\: Farming Implements were sons formed a ; as well as Simon who for the feast of Tabernacles Ito human minds) mystery of meditate often on what it I
primitive and did littleto (John 7, 3)). means to have God present :
quite little army to protect the Peter, there was a our Christian faith Cod has
'Happy are you who fear ease the task of the farmer farm against the raids of Simon the Zealot] ; as well, as But s couple of verses after Tt this li\log Love within us In a most person.!'

the Lord, who walk In his Drought pestilence, and brigands or the spiteful attacks Judas Iscariot, there was a this last reference St John The day Is Intended as s given, In the Bible, the name and Himself-sharing way (It t tis

wajst": other blights could render of feuding neighbors. Jude also called Thaddeus. almost takes our breath away refresher to the faith whichwe If Holy Spirit.Theologians. s flat and unexciting I

all his hard work "Even His brethren profess repeatedly as we this to thought to reflect "I in
This In it nutshell, Is his fruitless They were also insurance of Similarity of name is not by saying make the sign of the explain am
or "
message, but he is not con. overnight, plunging him from the social security type: the decisive with these any more were without faith in the cross us and tell us much more besides the state of grace

tent with stating it this flatly the heights of bright hope to father of the household could than with Cleophas; but It Him" In other words Just as lather pray ," "Glory be t* the concerning the intimate But it is an electrifying

and letting it go at that. lie the depths of dark despair.He look forward to a secure retirement seems fairly sure that Jamesthe He had done nothing to show within Himself] life of thought if we can fix uponit

ikmizcs some of the bless / was at the mercy not when, old age forced son of Alpheus was' the the people of Nazareth how Theologians trace for us an God But when they have told and hold it even for a mo

ings which will constitute the only of capricious natural him to give up productive same as James "the brotherof much more than man lie outline of the Blessed Trinity us all they can, the scholarsare ment, to realize "God the

godly man's bappiness The forces, but also of savage labor the Lord" who became was, so even within the closeness They explain that God, being as helpless as we lesser Blessed Trinity Is actualh\

first of these favors Is the en- bands of marauders who Ills children would care for Bishop of the Christian bodyin of the family group, lie infinitely perfect has an Infinitely lights to really grasp the within me, knowing me and

joyment of the fruits of his would wait until the crops him until his death. Jerusalem, whom Paul and Mary had kept His perfect knowledge of mystery of the Blessed Trinity loving me. and I am In the

labors: "For you shall eat were neatly harvested' and visited in Jerusalem (Gala- secret Himself tees heart of Him, right this
then down and And after his depait'irefrom Since life Is of the How there be three minute!1"
the fruit of jour handiwork; swoop carry this hard earth Hwy tlans I, 19)), and who wrote "hen Our Lord said (Mark very ts- can present

happy shall" you be, and them The' off successful outcome ofa would perpetuate his memory the Epistle: which Luther dismissed I, 31) that i prophet was honored

favored season's work was con- carry on his name, and as strammlous of everywhere "except In Pope Paul VI
This war no little matter thus him of certain straw: his own' country and Is his
sidered a great' blessing Indeed assure a
for the Palestinian farmer it marked the difference immortality. For people who And Jude, who list wrotean owe house and among his
The land of Israel Is quite ; had the notionsof ewe, kindred" He must surfIT .
between' feast and famIne only vaguest Epistle: calls himself Reverence due Sacred HeartThe
rocky for the most part and often between lift and life In the hereafter, this brother of James : have hid In mind these
its soli Is by no means easyto was a consideration of prime "brothers" and "sisters" ifIlli.
cultivate. There are somed death. Importance. how, you may wonder, following portion com rat a stream of His precious "tht king and center tf all

Iightful fertile valleys, and Children 100, are one of the "The Lord bless you from could James be both son of pletes the Latin letter written blood and water hearts who Is the head .r f hit

the roastal plain is Ideal for Creator's choicest blessings Sion; may you see the pios- Alpheus and son of Mary of For them as for the townspeople by pope Paul1 on Also, it is in this excellent body, the Church the beginning

the growing of citrus frUits This Is especially true In an perity of Jerusalem Cleophas Alpheus, think generally, He was February 6, to mark the second :. crown, ss it were center of the first from the
some, might have been thllMary' simply the carpenter The centenary of the feast of all sacraments, that spiritual
But even under these ra\or. agricultural society. A fertile Peace be upon :Israel' dead
that In ill he
first husband, more cousins, of course, were to the Sacred Heart The Eng sweetness Is tasted at its ,
learn \better James and may hale the first place"
probably perhaps, just as hash translation was made source, and the memory of
Father Michael V, Conner Saul took the Latin name Jude, and perhaps Simon public on March 11.Qt'R that excelling charity is re (Cal I 1.11)),

Paul for a second name, Al would die as martyrs for called Christ showed In Since
the venerable! ecu
Million of f Ne-nbrt Dt Dies Him. desires, therefore,
pheus may have adopted the His passion (1St. Thomas Aq menial council highly recommends :
our11\ these
Greek name Cleophas roughly ( Rut that lay In the future. are : "Opuwilum"! 57 "popular devotions

the same name as Cleopatra For the present, the one thing<< that on this occasion, the Hence, it Is completely fit. of the Christian people ,

CjR6tYC ClUptBRS In though that would that must have struck peopleas the memory feast of be the fittingly institution recalled of ting that. In the words of St above all\ when they are ordered

hardly have been his reason singular about Him was John Damascene. "we approach by the Apostolic See
for making his owns His not having taken a wife using whatever means seem it with burning desire
(Constitution the Sacred
toi2iO.1 l CAtholic history There Is so much about all In all the Old Testament one opportune by all of to make, venerable it known, so that the fire of our desire Liturgy, art on 13)). it seems

'- this that the Evangelists do man only, the prophet Jere- you having' been enkindled that the following before all'
brethren tht of
not tell but miss, had chosen celibacy. Bishops from the coals burn
us at least itlooks ,
of Florida's otherwise with by away else is to be preached: that
Chapter !M story regarded suspicion There Cod's Church and by the
were eccentrics Ei- sins and
as if the two families- our enlighten our
the next fifteen years, anomalous position at this the Americans who, now Mary and JeuIIary of tenet and perhaps the sect atQumranwlthdrawn people entrusted to you; first, hearts, and in the communl as we admonished above,
FOR and 1 England time In the scale of ecclesiastical poured south across the Florida by more aptly fully explaining everptheng depends upon
on, Bishop in
Cleophas and her childrenwere communities ration of the divine fire we
h administrations. frontier to gatherings of all the rightly adoring and appea
already hard pressedw living close together, of their own sort, be equal! set on fire and \lag Christ Jesus
ith the rare of Georgia and Officially the Inhabitants of and celibate. faithful the deep and penetrating especially In
Meanwhile, the ancient I very much as one family. In remaining deified" i 'De Me Orthod the most sacred of
the Carolina, would find Catholic center of M,. Augustine !Spanish and Mmorcin descent Nazareth: perhaps after the But the Carpenter was no truths of sacred doctrine 4. 13: I' Co, M, 1150)) the Eucharist, in which mystery

himself! "looking/ after" Florida went months, sometimes were equal citizens with deaths of Joseph and Cleo eccentric and He plied I His concerning the infinite This, therefore, seems to other as mall

although it would never years, without seeing t a the American Immigrants, phas, \\t note that John the trade in His own town. These treasures of the love of the us to he the most suitable the liturgical action.
sanctification of
bo his pioM'r| charge, The] Priest. And the faith and possessing the same claims Baptist, who" was also Our things they knew. Sacred Heart norm that the cult of the Sacred Christ and the men m

firm decisions expected from morals of the people suffered as any settlers from Georgia Ix>rd'i cousin, is never called What they did not know was Secondly you are to do this Heart which we are Cod to which glorification or.

Home did not arrive for as a consequence. or Carolina on the shield of a relation of lbs at all, but that He was God by proclaiming special rites grieved to say-has suffered unties of the all other a<
the republic. Still they by which Church are
many yeais.Honda Unlike the period followingthe young appreciation for this somewhat among a few, now directed
with Catholics knew that had to as to their end ts
mOre they prove highly esteemed cult be fostered reflounsh daily more and
] than could be found in change of governments in their loyalty, and over' a long more and more to the mort achieved" (ibid. art. 10))
1763 when the Catholic
many Mates of the Union be. population period of time Statement given end that all the faithful Greatly desiring therefore.
in of evacuated en masse to In of Let H he esteemed .by an as that the celebrations whir
came caught a tangle the matter their livelihoods moved by a new spirit, pay
Cuba, the Catholics] of East
jurisdictional disputes, as the they also had to learn due honor to the Divine ii excellent and acceptable art to be proclaimed be as

prelates In the southern after Florida generally remained to prove themselves, now U. S. Bishops Heart expiate] all\ kinds of lerlll of true piety, which I. conducive as poMiM to per-
United States !grew unsure! that the controlled Spanish support sin with more and more our limes, especially due It mantel prtfroM. of the Chrictiaa

how far their jurisdictions ac !Spanish officials and soldiers economy, with Its subsidies ardent acts of submission the norms laid dews la the life, we bet for you the

tually ranged and none, with with their families, had and special privileges, had of aims and conform their whole way Sertmlatkai ('.....11. mill abundant gifts ef the Divwt

the notable exception of John been departing In groups yielded to the laissez aims Legion Decency's of life to genuine charity, h* rendered It Christ Jesus, Redeemer

England, showed any special since 1819. but some remained competitive system of the which Is the fulfillment of the

desire to have Florida comprised and practically all\ of Americans. It was a rare : a statement Issued In our ducers to Introduce nudity law let Rom. U, 10)), M. J. Murray
within his the Mmorcsn, Italian, and that did hard I IN
responsibilities. family set nation's capital on June into major American films
Greek Ftr the Sacred
refugees from New Heart .fJes
times ahead.St. .
Sm>'rna held fast to their by the episcopal committee In itself nudity Is not immoral ... the burning furnace

The' real shown by Bishop new roots. Augustine was" particularly for motion pictures, radio and has \long been .f tharlty, Is tM symbol end Strange but trueD

England In the exercise of vulnerable. The lowi's and television, the National recognized as a legitimate the expressed Image *f 1M

his temporary stewardship Through emissaries, Dish assets were few, Its needs Legion of Decency II supported subject in painting and icing eternal love bv which "dM ; 9M. "'S, NCWC Nei Sefvket :

adds the IDly lustre U the lip England: counted 300 to many. for resisting every ture. loved tilt world that lit .....
400, (alhollcs r --+wr .
at Augustine r 7
Surrounded and effort to employ nudity In However. I II the very different give Ills/ only! begcttea Sta",." aANN 1r
perhaps ISO nn the St. John'sRiver by swamp film production.The medium .( tile m lk. ((1*. 3, III. ;; MINRY 1'II'1"44.."''''a,a'c.aa
and IN U *IM, mainly marsh it had little agriculture, w.r Tae .
n.N ss _
statement was picture It Is atter sa artistic .. ....... ;x.
signed '
11h fl rlda fishermen and descendents and) meagre! pasturage Hence we art certain that aT *lessee 1"r''YI +
by Archbishop John J Krol necessity w.lswr ," r a.ev0
of :Mexican Immigrant it Its harbor was good but the the religious celebrations will IItw ... ....
\mellii island and Its \lclnl- narrow and treacherous entry of Philadelphia, committeechairman The long history of MmprodiMOon add much to the deep jwnetratxtn -
Cat'h.ollcI' made It that the Itishup Walter \\
I" unlikely Curtis proves that dra wtalmtamling of w r ? .
town would become a stop on Hridgciwit, Bishop matte and artistic effect has the nrbrs of divm ins e. We
Although: stricken by the the coastal trade route I-uras T, taRt of Ra'kfurd,
been achieved without" recourse art eyaoliy lonftoVnt that all
1I..4 ., IW.e loss, of their I'riesti, and des auxiliary llishon John A
1 "t'
Its climate\ was salubrious, ta nudity ia' motion the" failMul will oVrivt fi "mOwn
Ilasne'Ira"Ilerse+.,1.! JIm I'd of the long standing .1- but the American had not )et Donovan of IX-troit, and treatment ever greater strength fa
I'd. Hni I"\I[ /1... lit haste of their church auxiliary pKture
with Bishop Timoihr
I t ul .,..,.t 1.H,. become vacationer, and The temptation) for filmmakers conform thir lives rea.Ii13 i>: 3 rNNR'I'
...,....., IhtrliU BtMl the civil power the Catholic there was no Chamber of Manning of Los Angeles to exploit the prurient the G. *pel. ft amend IV fnwa's

f.l Hi.,..." ,I', I IC A. n<,4 population nonetheless took Commerce to lure him Intobecoming committee: members appeal of nudity in tins" t.ami,l> and to
.. ? '. '. I..r 1.1.' 'h., heart from assurances of protection one Save 'for the The statement acknowledged I. mass medium Is so great carry out the precepts of ell

,.r ,,011' '".MI. ".. given them by United fish In its surrounding waters : that while" some mat to its tint law
that cimceiiton sir
.... ..,.. Mates any
ef ah .11""!" Pl > officials and from the regard this
St Augustine: was" unable : polio as rigid .
.. sated Np .
.",1 t. Null nil i thnllr fifth porn for reasons especially d.smr., .hwner.
5 1NI r"o.: *..fl *#f% !I... article of the treaty of to feed itself and it haltprfl"IOUS and perhaps arnttrarv ." the of art, would lead to that a greater rail N ,/ ;}., rr lAJI.'ICU'
.".1 \,mlhi |..iMI.I.i. transfer, which' ,guaranteed: little in other resources committee feels it is' -. .,..
.. 1..1..1: .. ..' "n4 'Ihe] inhabitants acting"in awls abuse, given U the Sacred Heart of D JXM .. iww-1M-'n
IS aAir II" A..1 .f ..."... the 'I'dtdtel'lllol'll'l to exchange for food the best interests of the For this reason the National Jesus, whose outstanding gift. ,, u. -rs.... ....

I. ., the fire shall In- secured In from the outside national rommimitv and of l legion Of I IVCfWV un is IN Fit>.n.t thrown tariKif IXOYCZUJNTcUN"SltST"; "
1 exeunt I of then revlys.a Left bv both Spain and the the mutton pKtur mJuttr ..
ait .
continue U apply the pottryf tMi tn the aut scr "** < *x .n.5 i n m OX"
tiara say rt.irn.' United States to gent fr itself If reli.t1lI'> tvrry trf. rt U mai F..r it is Hi trt ia..n. c J.< ,.e-:....i

..,.... tennisa., Bilk the little ceUny uen Mdy In film pr3jc-! Ice cal the EufkArut that UCl" tA.'lAnl\i I
The tttt .f the lUUrnttt employ wrS f::: ""fia.I
aawure: Ga1.rr'I it ul.lral! .su cwDttitut found itself hungry ant d.s-; tit\ y '
vkMf' Himself
b> the butwf. h.... Thwgh sense may regard is imm 1Y1T
.. Yl., 5555 QYL. ed aUrtit their only reason fur tied, trading tub for meal tdrmmlllsefellnose this peltry as rigid and UttJ and received sleeps r-. ,
M.ra. A. s.ll.15. hope "hut\tr. : Tan elreslabesett ,'U
1'olitnallv ( the Indians' whom 'wI
ruin It
arbitrary, it Is a ttviag to malt tMtrceuH t
A"" 11.I"f, II....... and PI'Onunll"alh their po.... feared and gating. wistfully For 'f'.alI'ar. there. has perhaps in the best lr iHe' 7 2S .d... ..wvwa.alao.. -. ...7_..,..e. 'C'' ;:'\ ;: 1d J. :
., ...5 I', a......... lion was pnifcrv which is is whole" 1...,._.. __ -.-,.., :
excised and .
pre- to sea in h' p* "f sighting a been definite evidemt Heart .. I
lit t an 'inteteils of Ih* national com. was opened hn the .. &_ Y 1. ;
I'rM-j June II, I'NS: Ur"lIIt nnrtit,,< 'fmeigiv food laden ship. ions' (harl... attempt till nollnllo .,. nlll'.1alld. of she motion pic lance of e.i. IftJot>*r a"dpoured -,.,-. '.. .e _", ..7Ky.... _, ,eS '.......,...... ... .
.n' and .
enemies ,..
they 'rle' ton list, on the part of some pro lure tndusU.v itself out 01 the h./nas (pwaa..wls.r ., ...,.V.-M .qe., .1M..a' .72'_ J.Otft4ty.Catholic .,

I '

example of obedience FJWM Five The Florida Catholic Friday, June 11,1DM-

offered as guide for graduatesSchools Catholic schools send youth

on both coasts of the .
commencement even many of today's historians v
the at which Father Michael V. Gannon gave have despaired of finding save world from decadence
principal address.
Father Gannon, the director of Intellectual certainties in.
the Mission of Nombre de Dio in St the American story, hence
Augustine TAMPA Christ the Church
rave here
the graduates was filled on one life and you are going fa
a counsel of reverence. The man of the they hIpromoted a varied the evening of June 4 for the first
commencement do something with it a1 td',
collection pro-
Church, he said, knows of anti Intellectual
about Catholic that there is nothing servile devices such as economics, 1d gram In the history of Tampa Catholic High School when you are finished 9
obedience because it submits his institutions the frontier, and ; Archbiahop Joseph P. Hurley gave diplomas to the world It going to be a bet!' e

to thought what and St. Paul desires, not to the caprices of men, but "social consensus," to explainour d aonloni presented to him by Monsignor John Scully, place because you JI&Un\!

.. called "the obedience of Christ." national past. \ W; 1wE president of the school. in it.

r iiner cannon addressed Here we see the ultimate : The The poor the sick the
the first graduates of Melbourne commencement speaker
Central Catholic High tarns and curious the Intellect fruit of reUtlv. : i : i'With Monsignor John F Wells, Ionsllnllr The lonely Ignorant, you are you going art going to help.lo

School on June 2. warring pastor of St. Margaret
Mary Instruct
and the tyrants youare
against Itself
Father Peter C. Dolan Father concentrating- great their Intel.frets energies Jesuit generalPope parish In Winter Park, told k John }'. going to dethrone

school president, presented Michael V. the task of demon the students, in part
graduates for the diplomas to on Paul VI received In audience on May 31 "alb You my dear graduates' ,
the presiding prelate, Mon- .. Cannol stratlng the Insignificance of the newly elected general of the Society of Jesus Lift Is a series of new be are going" to be a part of this}
the Intellect.
signer Harold F. Jordan of Father Pedro Arrupe S.J. Father Arrup. Is the ginning Tonight Is an unusual great endeavor for the futureof

Jacksonville. Let us say only this for now new leader' of 36,000 Jesuits throughout the occasion for you, a mankind.
Archbishop Joseph P Hur about the process that we world. happy occasion, a special occasion We need not be afraid of
Icy presided at the June 6 regard for the Commandments have described: because it comes but are going to help bring It to the future of our Church and

commencement In St. Petersburg so little respect for Men may attack the truth once In a lifetime, And jet an end our country when! VI"t have
when Father Cannon parents and civil authorities, may calumniate it deny it, Jesuits give tonight does not mark a be Mankind Is pointed in the young men and women like
Florida wrong, direction It must be these \\e need .
b afraid
addressed graduates of Bishop and so little real hearkening subvert it obscure it, even by parishesmourn ginning It marks an end. Tonight
Barry High School and to the Faith of our Fathers. law suppress it; but they do Fr. Arrupe you art bring honoredas turned around and pointed the even in this frightful and uncertain
Notre Dame Academy. It Is increasingly hard for not destroy it. To maintain death of a senior of Tampa Cath! right way by jou.Ufe period In our hlstm
for is just begin Fear not because
Father Philip E. that have final olio High School Tomorrowyou you 10 many
Halstead. today's average man to maintain men the power
principal, presented the grad an attitude of obedience over truth is blasphemy. The post for life Charest 73 will be hailed as one of full ning. of The years stretch ahead are sunk In seeking satisfaction
Msgr. promise. There Is of their own wanton
uates. to the truth, because he is truth lives on in this world the new freshmen In another appetites
much to be seen, much to be ,, their own gain and
often at a loss to know just men do not ROME (NC) The new GU.FPORTMembers of school of life
Father Gannon warned done and much to be loved. ..rf4'd.'ou will not find such
at bulb events- that "the what Is the truth. For that Now the will Is also at workIn Jesuit Superior general Father Holy Name parish here received Exclude Christ from your You young people have but a thing In these young people.,
spirit I l of disobedience li matter, the very words "obed this spreading attack on Pedro Arrupe S.J.. will word of the death on scheme of things and life will
ience" and "disobedience"are truth and on obedience. The hold his office for life, according June 2 of Monsignor Joseph become i jigsaw puaile at
abroad la the land, and rare Education has
Is the young pesos she his no longer in fashion. Their sin of pride, In fact may lie to a decision" reached In A. Charest 73. Monsignor best. Whst the future holds, just begun,
places have been' of the general congregation of Charest monthsat God alone knows. No I
not been affected by its dark taken by behind much what we have spent eight one can
breath." the words "commitment" and more charitably styled intellectual Society of Jesus the Gulport parish and had tell your future, only time Priest tells OLPH classT.m'
"non I n. told the graduates in much less rigid in their meaning can lead the sensual appetiteto on :May tJ came after the home In (Hull Quebec I know you may have heard
Your education is only beginning, but
part extremes can also lead the congregation had decided lo this before but your genera
The notion of truth Is under Intellect to excess. formal decision Itfkldrs hating spent timeat lion represents the pride of thin diploma tonight Is a giant and happy step in the
the postpone a on
spreading Holy Monslgnorharrtt
<< philosophyof :
assault today from one relativism has obscured the This excess Is what we call tenure until after tht new (' was known ..t11 hundreds of years of effort, right direction, Father Edward Gray C.SS.ll told the I
end of the country to the distinction brt"... truth and pride. Pride Is the sin of men general was chosen. Saints Home In Jacksonville, You are the best that the past 20 graduated of the Academy of Our Ally of Perpetual
other. And that is the reason non-lruth, se the popular language who, have lost their balance, St. John's In St. I'elertbiirg years have produced Your Help In Tampa He delivered the address at the commencement .
why obedience is also under .f "ctmmltmeaf and and have toppled into delusions Speculation preceding" the and had anointed In several parents grandparents great- held on Friday: evening, June 4. In tile parish
a.iault. there is little of their meeting suggested that the suffered
why so "sta-commitment** his own self4mportance. parishes throughout the l\In-l grandparents muchto church Monsignor John J,
Pride is at once the tenure issue would be decided make possible the standards gave von unstinting! !*' of their
served to tbtciire the distinction crop for some IS winter sea Mulllns V.F. presented thediploma.
child of error and the mother prior to the election" and this .. of life you enjoy time and talents. ; the Kathr-s.;
Says freedom, between. acceptance lidreJ.ctlo. of disobedience was actually one of the first to the students of the parish' who atom i i
*t truth. items on the agenda ht'n the Father Frank Goodman of So many hate demoted their Father Gray said, In part;, stood ready to mend, a broken
authority needed So far has this obfuscation By tarry natural and super- congregation opened May 7. holy Name perish served as lives to the creation of the heart. to piece tmiiihrr, ashattered
nature) law, I urge you After how. educations! ,Item you huh Your education began with dream
progressed in learned circles some discussion archpriest at the solemn Re or hope vvT-j;
r.MMITSBl'RG: .Marvland )wag graduates to be ebedlenl ever it was decided to )our first breath and vision fed with God's !
there Is a whole, new schoolof go fI'"flnIall' at St. Joseph There are no young peopleIn you own BuJi
\O) A Bishop assessed writers now who hate settled mea and women, It be ahead with the election, leavIng Church In Mull The funeral the world who do not envy and will terminate only with and nimxl
both freedom and authority on neither commitmentnor respecters of the truth U the question of tenure up was held on June S. your opportunities You are jour l last breath and sight.<< To one and all, known and

a. equally necessary in the non- mmltm'flt. but on sum, I urge )ou. t. be men In the air. A straw vote had Bishop Norman J. Gallagher 1' part of the privileged one But this diploma U a prophetic hidden, many many thanks
Church of Christ the middle ground between and ".m.. ., the Church. previously indicated more auxiliary to the military tenth of the entire human harbinger that you will from the bottom of our hearts

Astlllary BlUiop Job 3. the two attitudes as thtproper The man of the Church does than 70 per cent of the dole.gales vicar In Canada, celebrated rare. pans the demanding exam of and may Our Divine Saviour
stance of mankind. not short it obedience favored cwrttmtmf the the Mass, Monsignor lift with colors bless our school graduateand
Spence .' Washington. It C., stop mere The world has a right to demand flying a
declared here: "Tt attain a The propose a via media, life term as established by St J I'. Davlenon. director of great things of you credit to the God Who loved Our Laity, of Perpetual
knowledge of truth there a middle way" between II. knows that having welcomed Ignatius, religious administration of Because It has done so much you and made you, a creditto Help watch over thorn! ant
must be both the freedom U truth and non truth, between Christ into his heart, Although the pest t election the Royal Canadian Air I (for you, 1 prophesy that you your family to the school theirs all the days rf th :
search for It and the authority acceptance and rejection. he Is already not Ms own, declaim to continue the We Force, and Father C J will (he the world the love that nurtured you these many !lives
It define It whrs It .has They reason that the via media and that he must dispossess tenure was not Immediately Campbell of the RCAK were and faith It needs, But even years, a credit to the country Poles
bees found." will do away with all conflicts himself of ever)thing that announced sources told officers" of the Mass more I prophesy that there that allowed you the freedomto deny permit
and arguments What hinders the truth of God at NCWC News Service "May Monsignor Charts! was retired will come to you an awakening pursue an education \ IKNNCI: ( l 1'1'' ,
There allays win be a cer they neck Is not the wave of work In him He can never 271 that it was a final. de from the Royal Canadian you haven't experienced This evening, we congralu Bogdan Slkorskl of Ito i I'
lam amount of tension bet the future, but Ut trough of forget that the greatest cision. Reports that the Air Force as a comma yet, but out of the midst of late Die graduates of the land has then denied( an e :'t
"een the two forces Bwhcp the here achievement on record, the tenure volt preceded the election dore. the considerable stress and class of 1S! ; Wt thank you permit by his govrrnnKnt
Spence said In the principal As things fall Into the middle salvation of mankind waaccomplished are erroneous, Burial took place at t SanRrdcinptcr confusion and fear you now for allowing us to share In preventing Ms trip to' i II'< !r a
address at the 147th comrntflrrmtnt they cease to be controversial by an act of Meanwhile, Jemit delegates t Cemetery In Mull experience, there will begin: your enthusiasm and bubbling where he wee to take part> ;tit
of M!aunt 5 t. ; tint it try enough; total asH abandonment. from all parts of the to grow an awareness that happiness tonlfhl. U'e C't'rfmonll.iI'n' HID 4ft i
Mary's College in fact they teed t. became He knows that there Is world continued the Slit awersl Heads provinceS the world Is spinning. Is ex assure you, lift,. holds many anniversary. of the dl..I( >
True freedom. the DMA namelett time. society be- nothing servile about this' congregation of the S \\ Itrr4i (.NCIFatherCletus ) citing Is challenging, Is fascinating. more such happy moments. M ManlaUui' "..till. It h. i
op emphasised, "mutt be responsible came "etftIlf'MIII.'ern Catholic obedience because. It Church's largest religious order Foil CHI'S has "'. (thank all thane "ho been reported ,here
freedom otherwise' eat becomes "phiraUem.. submits his thoughts and desires Authoritative sources Indicated been elected provincial of the have, made this night po..i- The 1'oltoh prelate waf 1m.mllf't \
world but
it will deteriorate into license and religion becomes "do- not to the caprices of II would end sometime new Pacific province of the The Is good yt* bit your parents living of tN ori-,,'m '
Re.pcD5ibilil\ the good, mKen mm but to what St I'aut in June considerate' Society of the Previous Blood, are going U find that )ou. ran and derraned, who gave moo romp ittee for. the fi It I :
link bc.f...een authority ar.d : .J1::' if I nay ei.:>d fie obedience of short of the several mont!:s with headquarters hers in mike II better, your lift and love and faith:, hr{nine th. IIIlnl:11 t ra :t.i
freedom." eenrre: n own tat.?:-r* (' lat." II Cor loll duration rlg.ssl'y:' planned CaU'ornia. Then Is suffering and you the Sinters and teachers who his dl-e:

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studfr.ts ef Father Lopes In Daytona Maroney. Carl Anderson. Frank Non! -Donna Pr..... Cassandra Greene, Karen Vander overt Joan ),fro Jamea O'Donnrfl. J'hn', Ro..*f'
Reach received diplomas at the high school's sixtheoasmencemeat Katherine Urbaa, Mary Ann VanpaiMke. Pmanlettering. NfIt1I.,. Nancy Parker Ilarbara Whit. Ann Mura Jack flhedourll, David Culey. Norman Orel, JUI < h

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 11, 19GJ( the setting for the Has I"1" -- -,- ..- .......

Night program The highlightof 41V'l
the evening was the
Father Lopez presentation of award. to the !
Youth following students: Raymond r '

High SchoolDA1TOM Fisher, general l excellenceand

valedictorian: Sally
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Seniors of Father Ix>|>oz High Gross religion: Robert Per-
School her received awards dictonan Award for the see chattel. Latin; Victoria Reid, I
for four CY.ICTINIIssnas OlMf Panel eanaleEIiCNQ11 CAMstAsaaeaoa iMAaoa1CNMICOa
commencement ond highest average
and scholarships during English; Lee Cunningham,
week years of high i school Is social studies; Judith Nier-
These awards rr. liMed' awarded to Patricia Ann Higgins ,
garth, mathematics; Thomas 0V\C
Seibert class salutatorian. IG/
scholarship Oregon McGahee, science: Teresa ,

and Carolyn Hoffman ;. (Highest average In senior Farlelt! typing; and Carol ; \ ,
achievement, Karen Hart ear was achieved by Of till \\alls, shorthand t *
nan: religion, William Ma darrla; W CLASS 'I
roney : mathematics The American 1 Legion i T"

Gregory Seiheit: science Awards In subject areas awards were presented to .

Gregory Seibeit, hnglish: 1 i acre given to Jan Anger Karl \\ltkonskl. and Frances IIS ACHY OAraiCIA' IIITLU Meet sun'G" wallah 'IUhU" ,
Thoma Mmihan social studies meter. religion; Ann Norton Archer. A certificate of dUtlngulshrd / '
Arlene Seaibv: Ian English Carol Jean Mischkeand scholarship' was /: ?
puage Anne Mmaciiole: and Patricia Perez mathematics awarded to Raymond Fisherby a I' \

the Semper Fidr-lis award, ; PrUcilla Peterson, the Diversity of Florida. ; a'

Charlotte Thompson Simms and William. business science: Ltzabeth subjects Ned i Sherry ley. excellent Recognition( In of the academic form of tfel l ; 1965 ::1 j

Elinor Wne '
\\hilten typing; !
scholarships has been given (
man, social studies: Judy to the following students lutelltu.JsAI '1111'\1. NANCY. ....""0 .:
Bishop Barry : ..... I
Led\vell and Carol Cobb, f .1.NT elo eeaelnr ,II
Thomas McGahee, Officers'Wives ..... .......
physical education; I: tAIO'" eaaeee/a 1111" eAaviN + UDAII MANTA e0YlAl.lSI ,
Club (Patrick AFB) '
High SchoolIT and Patricia Burford n
!Scholarship; Albrt Hotz, '" :
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home economics ?
PI:TIKSBlllfi-Com: Jane Panther won the Betty Memphis Stat. University; "; t'

mencement exercises for Crocker award for the highest Raymond Fisher, Brecht I; .. v' ..
Foundation Judith Baccaih, '
School ;
Bishop Barry High score in National Homomakers u t t' fr
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and Notre Dam Academytook test. A letter of com St. Mary Dominican College t
place on June 8 at 8 p min mendation for outstanding ; and Jean Wesolowikl 4 !'If j

St Jude Church here performance on the National Central Catholic ParaMedics LINDA' '' NAIAc e5A eAIIA.Nsa ANItA Cett.. M.C..L. lAWUI
UUIY.U .IT. eeaefa? NVIaNr sevocN ens Te5a/YNe
.\nhhishop Joseph P. Hur Merit examination as won The following studentj, because t MIN ... email TIM .
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Icy awarded diplomas IA 114 by Jane Panther of their proficiency In ., .

Barry ninth graduates graduation and. the Thli first for for was Bishop Notre the Central School Catholic have certificate typewriting earned of and the civil proficlencyt shorthand service I ;: ;. r; 91J11; i;; fii";-.;

Dame. High Carol Walls, Teresa Farlett :. If'

The baccalaureate Man MELBOURNE: : Graduation and Noreno Slattery Y:1 q .

was celebrated earlier the ceremonies began( for the Jan Gross, a first year 1 ..
same day at \9 30 am. Father 39 students of the first gradu typist, also passed the Civil r ..
llalstead. principal of class of Central Catho Service examination and was
Philip sting
awarded the civil service certificate NINTH "Usa'A LIIIIIII sue PAUl OIIlA.SKI kAtNUIN WSWC.ll. UNOA JOMMSON. *O"AU( UNO IOW..a. coed ATMVN LO.SX MIAl.lNI Marti'
Barry. celebrated the Mass, lie High School here. A
and the homily was delivered solemn High: Mass was offered in typing.Commencement. w"'*f
hv father Thomas Bannin at noon on Sunday, May exercises 'n .1" '
SJ: 30 at Our Lady of Lourdes took place on June 2 with M kJ
Church. The officers of the Father Michael \'. Gannon of : fc: ,4eAUaiis I 1 l .a '

Notre DameAcademy Mass were Priests from the St Augustine giving the address J'f1 ;

parishes which art served by Monsignor Harold F. ,
Central Catholic Jordan presented the students t

/ their diplomas .

ST. Pr:Tl:RSBl Hfi--Claw students The Man of was Central sung(alhollc by the\ Bishop Moore ; MANNANO5A. MONTOrO KATNISM MW.SAX. MKMASl FI'.I"I' '.ULfTtIIlOL.. *OM. kuanNI MCQUSLMK Meat CMiSTM MC*. IICCA I ecullrC. I

night was held recently and under the direction of Sister '''''

the awards sere given for Irglnla Mary O.S.F, .:;:c: .
academic I achievement' to High School a '. ...
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senior students The Mass\ was followed\ by

Award for the highest average a graduation dinner sponsoied ORLANDO awards: -have Scholarshipsand her announced : U.fllWAttMA I : .

for four years of high by the Horn and for the class of 1.M5 ; :
I'hool181 given to Ann School Association 7
These students won Florida
Dorothy Norton class vale The patio of the school was ,
slat teaching scholarships:
William Dunn Richard rar- SMITH' AV.M. MII IItU" tTIA..t SAMIIA VSCIAHA *>'ITN WIUtTt-, IOAI| XAtASKI *>* <,IO MON '''*0'-' |IU'"VJ N".""_ M.....,

TAMPAINSURANCE yell Raymond Kenzik, 'J .ntmt... ...i.IW."t....,.cal

Michael Lubozvnskl, K e vln I seniors receive diplomas at Catholic's
McCann, John Passman, Fifty-one Tampa graduation

Rita GarveV, Mary High
tower, Mary Kinney.
Fire; Auto < 1 lit .Home *r Business Carol Beutllch won a Santa Fe rr- College rector Theatre topic

HENRI A. MONTEAU Florida slat nursing scholarship .

fJ; MOftELAND.OLIVER,MONTEAU, INC. Patricia Bunch was High School ROMB (NO Father KFW YORK (NO) 'God

... 33 Western Union Building/ awarded a regional( scholarship Philip A. Farley of PhiladeUphia and the Modern will
LAML\NI: The fourth 6r Stag*
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Phon 229.l"" Tampa Florida to Barry/ College. r his been appointed assistant
annual award dinner for be the subject of a pantl disunion .
Mary Ellen: Busing r* eke rector\ of the
Santa ft High School was penbtg the aaUonal
ceived the Betty Crocker North American College .
homemaker of Tomorrowaward held recently at Florida Rom seminary maintainedby Catholic theatre conference

Southern College with students the United States hlerarchy convention August 22 at the
MARY HELP OF honored for both scholastic Statler Hilton Hotel here Par
.\nthonr :Meyer has won a and athletic achievements .
Bishop Francis F Bets, rector ticlpants wilt be .Father Gilbert
full tultlnn scholarship to .
of !tn* college. announcedthat \ Hartk 0 P. confer
lovola (Inlversllv of the
:Named valfdlctorlan .f Father Farley will take enc president and head of
South \nlhnnv also ricelved
this )1'11"1 graduating class up the post la August succeeding the speech and drama department
CAMPFORMERLY a grant I* Tulane Inlversily,
was Susan. ('lark .f RarUw Father Francis Murphy at the Catholic inner'

Rita Gar"ryI'll chosen for and John Nation was named ,sl who is returning the lit, of America: Martin Fs-
the Winter Park.Oi'Undo Pan salulalnrlan Both students Baltimort archdiocese after shun author of th. books

( CAMP DON BOSCO) hellenic Association acholar were awarded a plaque and a Parents thanked four years as assistant vice Theatr of the Absurd and
ship and the American I key from Father Thomas J. at Barry rector Father Farley come "Brecht The Man. and His

For Boys 8 to 14 legion scholarshipMuhael Burns president *f the to the North American Col Work," and tile Reverend Alvin .
lubozjnskl hat received school, Parent of graduate at Miami Barry College leg from the faculty of Carmines, who conducts '

Staffed t>clutiv ly by the Sel.lians cf Don BOK, located on one half tuition to Pep- also received award at the commencement exer Philadelphia's st. Charles the Poet t Theatre at Judson
beautiful East LU, at the outskirts of Tampa Using all the perdme (ollege in California: Father Burns also presented ciara held last week Sister Mary Dorothy OP., Bommeo seminary Memorial Church her,

facilities of th* Miry Htlp of Chrntani School for Bop, a scholarship to Carnegie! In the president scholar.ship president, conferred Certificate of Recognition ,

Open Sunday, June 20h thru Sunday, August Ith, inclusive, stltute I I I of Technology: a award to Susan Godfrey on the parent Including: Mr and Mn Jack ,
scholarship to ('ni- In recognition of her aim toward SCHOOLSROSARIAN
Duquesne Demctree, above, parrnta of ( ranees Demetree,
excellence Susan Is a
versity; and ..n11' Fore left of Orlando.Expert .
National! Honor Society member
merit scholarship, Not t *
Dame Imversity - -
The American Legion Susan R)bln U., a senior, ACADEMY

award was presented to was selected as the moat out ...:d."t and day school for girls, on shrH' W oevMJ tale
Michael Lubozn and Rita standing all\ around student stresses unify Worth Geodes ono t* twlv Fwy eccreeltH. New BM.

iI Garvey, Michael Thomas, a junior in91 AI sports, music, **. d'.m./c.. rcHd by SS '1+'" .f
was also selected for that of *. Dominic For cetelog oddrow: It.):t (anilina Jt'dt'ro' religion technology
I full tuition scholarship I I. Father Burns presented :

Vanderbilt tnlverslivi a awards to the straight \ students ('IIII'liO (NC:) General David Sarnoff has said

srhularohlp' to F:nmry I'nlverslty !- last )ear Richard that a deep and basic unity" rxist between rehgioua Academy Of The Holy Names
: a scholarship from Lrevms and Roberto Morrrll ideal and technological

the Tampa Tribune from the High J honor student of the aspiration ran only.. product conflict and ..* stale science fain second senior<< class was Linda \lten. mltlf'ry. ace edMd. P'."'.m Miclud: college ,..o..t", ...41 g.a.rol
plane In the International burger Receiving testimonials Mr. Sal'llGll. cBir**.n .f. ".Ml our acvomplnhmenti! C0urtt, must. art and spurts Conducted by s..sto1 If .... Holy
1 sdenre fair: and first placeIn of honor In the senior the board of the Itadio torporation tarn to ck -aDd u together N.m*<. Hit layshora l...Ie.*,... Tampa. fIetcI..

indelv for inlcrohlologval class w ere Susan Clark, of America' said with them-if they do not < on- I
A the International science :Nancy Stagntan and John "One reprencnts man s end tribute" to brotherhood" of
'" fair Stanton lea search acmel all the man, the ehmtmi of his soul
recorded tim for
Senior awaids were as follows yeah and sprit N declared
Receiving the RayMcars the sptrrtual verities Tti* RILLS
Paul Roach
\ award for the highest theology: ; hi for Irglig the graduates t.
average other symboHte quest
., English: M. r llollmever
,..1, In the field' of malhema ; other truth tM ph)steal 'take a* active sari ia t*
t tics and science and the high Spanish, Susan Carol Carey n\btMkl.mathematics verities of the Itl\ vw.*. 1 IH My si whatever level yes CAMPUZNDCRSOIWIlir. i
f" cot aveiage In the liberal arts, no incompatibility between find SMrteif," Mr Sarswffsddedi
Guest was Mr
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. Fred T tanfettey pie kk>nt
and Catherine -
FM: $30.00 par week, for any numbs of ", ..U. of Polk Junior College. Mr, Sarnoff spoke on June '"'h abdicate year re-nonibtiitM :
(liberal arts) and N.
Al aetivit *l free, 'Including: Fishing boalin9 iwimmmj. fym, Michael Ititxnvntki and Rita 3 at th* 34th annual commencement M to put leadet sh p in C
baseball, ponies, movies, crafts, hi k'I, campfirti' etc At Lourdes Mtmdeletn: College the hounds of oaken who soap
Garvey mathematics
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lie and :Mrs Sarnoff rereived .
science) b* taffrlor. to yes m ptewatans A lor and
, WRITE TO: honorary doctorats carp bars girls cm.<
The Knights of Columbus. lOlllDFS: About eqtttfNMwt sad mteatWM 7 I. U. ZOO
: from the Catholic women aces 37 buildings U UiBl .
of Christian School 40. ,
Mary Help (MM) soldiers from some :20!
presented awards to those college .. nidg .....lcd.L Large sm.dornp
Post Office Box H students who brought special| different nations convergedon l .....laIa loktt
this Marian ahrin for
city the
honor to the school Bill Reviewing pr*'Pf'Ch College begun
Tampa Florida 33605 Dunn and Carolina Medrros. the eighth annual laternalion- for technological pr grew: i I. activities gvlded bf trained ceanseler.

al military pilgrimage (Ma yTraveling the years ahead he cautioned M \HRin C\Ct-\u.t: .hop Ideal occesstBiedaUesu visiting par
Alto, an Idol Board na. S h.oC...* r the graduates tot t* rely .. .\nto M Riben,, ipnitrnuncn eats. Carp prerides pick-ap sonic I..t .

SUMMER/ with the German technology alone. to Spews 'aId and from
nearest roll air, bms terminal.
contingent of soldiers the C'O"'OIIt of the
YINN "' rN'r NM' A tarp lor ....gll.ra to
\\\nil the worM will need gt.w..zptribraUy
and dependents aboard fiv Horning Star residential
Homo.hL. School tar loyi .',I'1,N' t'N'. .. ..1' I... ,IrMr. .... special trams were 11*$ Kiontwtj and engineers h.lId. \leg: tor Chines stud's co::' heaJtnfmJJr. Tov llteratvre, write:
ACJ'I0/ t* IS grades 5>h thru *tK NrW 1 IU/N. NA r 1NN if
it will altO need "mf'1I
.. .eNt. 1 y ae' N. 1 English: soldiers stationed in studying at Madrid tmveru-
St.ff.d icluuvly by the SaUtani of Don lotc Plus M ,ft i 11S NIr".Y l,< '_Ill'74 SA- Germany and women with deep roots ty
Large campui, icHnt facilities iMaN MtK..W rtecc.4 It I_,,... 4 All had volunteered for the in our ,moral and spiritual The college -01 b* ready la WIatfl Addraa:

> Jv| | I I, my I art'.... I"N ft pilgrimage and paid meet of heritage 1 Al m'ior Sportt, plus land and Choir Dramatics end Shopt t i:' "fn: ?,:T ""'n*a. cf the costs Uiemsehet, But He said, religious wisdom Catholic organftattfNi for the\ c. IL &...'. Q.cJa

for high" qradtt YNM"tY :.M Ax aN.aww.N. II I the French army furnished shows that knowledge with- apmtotic. formation of JJS tptl.fd.3. A.....

Write tot Mary Htlp of Christians; School\ FlOrida aIr Academy a t.'lIt. iifor 'the pIirlml, out undett.nding 11 meaningless i*.. .,Vfli. Se,r 11 r :> WI1t11TO1t.:A&IM. N. C.lSLz .
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I Graduates of Bishop Kenny High School, Jacksonville class -of 1965 1

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Brown, Richard Georges, Paul < WaahJ, Michael Brune; third Ackerman, Gontran Celerier, Dudley : Gregory Solomon, Daniel Weaver, Michael Hartley, Richard Parker Jeffery Pike, Thomas Thornton, I
Stewart Gary Shultia, Mitchell Paul Zarda, Joseph Guidry, Kenneth Kay Louis Schultz William Armando( Codina, Michael Caasln- Mark Stlnea, William Cow drey, Mark, Hlldreth
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I Bishop Kenny High School students receive diplomas' at 13th commencement, June-i I

foreground, from left, Mary Ellen Whit, Ellen Ricer, Alme Brumbach, Mary Likovich; back, Foreground from J left Jean lean Francis, Carolyn Byrd, Pa. Karen Sullivan, Karen Kerapf,

RountrM, Kathleen Benin no, Jordan, Janet Himmelberg, Patriot Dorothy Seim{ Patricia Mikell, King, Helene McCall, Lucy Bowler tries Tyler Joan Calm Constance Susan Bordenca Paula Moore,

Christine Germino, Diane Kulai Sullivan Margaret Houatoun ; Catherine Tolerico, Janet Bagley Phyllis Guerra, Ruth Mausert Regan Margaret Reeks. Ann Zm Mary Jochum Patricia Flynn,

Linda Cullina, Christine Parr, Car third, Linda Ludwig, Louis Christian Victoria Gillia, Linda Reiche, Pa Judith Hankina, Patricia Boote, kooky, Oair Jo Curl, Kathleen Mary Anna Rosa.

men Perea, Maria Victorero; second Ron Mary Griffen, Nancy tricia Pavuk Candyce Payaon Elizabeth Korson, Michaele Gill, Keefe, Donna Wetherington; third,

Sandra Streti, Linda Wood, Askew Trinita Logue, Michael Irene LJnnemann. Sharon Tamargo; second Kath Karen Versa, Elisabeth Boyd

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Anne Utney, Loretta Keller, Nancy Judy Miller, Donna Hickey, Sha O'Neill, Kathleen Bludworth Foreground, from left, Patricia Kathleen Owen Charleno Golden Weichman, IJnda Pruitt, Catherine

I Macauley, Theresa McDonald ron Smith, Patricia Dow, Julia l $ Linda OsBowakl. Peggy Vleta Lanahan, Theresa Gradick, Pam.. Ga>lynn Holt Patricia K e ant hemming; fourth, Patricia Max

Theresa Lester, Beverly Stone, Strack, Diane indium, Fern Bel Kathy Tubbs, Marjorie Dillon. Geiaxmann, Ernestln Foy, Emily Remhard. Joanne Brown, well. Judy Plumb Jennifer Plumb,
Janet Davis, Claudette Bizier lamy Judy Potter; back Linda Patricia Baker, Kathleen Swift, Alice Brittle, Kathleen Duffy Linda VVhitaon Rosemary Bums,
Regina Wadworth, Constance Catherine Wilhamaon; third, Judith Keegan; Catherine Mar

Stewart; Mary Jo Maruca, Ellen. Susan MrGementa, Patricia Bren kert, Pamela Stevenson, Patricia

JACKSONVILLECLEARY Pope receives first ambassador from Zambia Peterson; second, Rheba 0 ri..n.. nan, Dianne Wetherington, Colleen Phelan GajTinell .
Donna Horhvy, Laura LeMoine! Lanahan, Pamela Cat en, Thu.llaSchools'

VATIC4V CITYCI( ) Simon Chickwanda Katlhn !. libeity and imlcpendenre"

CONSTRUCTION, _...CO.., Pope Paul VI hAs received in lungu': 'total of .
f nmm. N.mnS It I'aul approach" parochial at the sam time
Pope aiMirrd III
M 1IOMM MUM audience the first ambassador p"80pl"l purpose
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lArlinelr, Nra.lY nf the new Republic of Recalling\! own 'I Imt to that "th( CilholleI t l l Four Priests schools toward duration Is "trained In loving understanding

7118155RELIGIOUS Zambia to the Holy See, that country' shortly Itlirn before NorthernRhodearal his s5 It hat dune In the MINK, Ciermaaytl( (- particularly valuable in the for" those who thinkdifferently
past, will sleays l continue l. U'riling to the parents of children
early grades
election to the thePope
papacy given entry to
'favor the progress and detrlopmrnt elemen.tary "Through the parochial
said (May 311) he had just beginning
1M4'W 5.1 The children ar* trained hi
of tines( fur' the schools, children ihould grow
come to "know, respect andlove" school, Julius CardnalPof'pfnf't'
BOOK SCONO.CA" cote purpose of sen Ing It ? : academic subjects and art11I'.n into mature Christians who
& GIFT SHOP 099 Mml and offered Zambia his and Its Ilt'upl| ! blessing for Catholic
"The Church will declared that the said the Cardinal, and in hew .
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'T""II" 5o51IIPINn051 f*>HIIM MMfr progress and that of all ne\er Rise up its efforts toward ROMK: (\CI--The Sudnee -
NINl51.I. .. "(trf.1, off 1. n.lltntll AfrhaHe favoring moral social government has granteda
".( OFIIIf. -- ANT NCSNI.T Ou. III.ln."ro.e.- ..11 Ineluil.... shake| of Africa a< and material progress of the '
Ina a(1'I1 "nl'" N request by the county a
,,11..*.. .... a ...,....., Joseph Mtrclli, Mgr "that meat: continent which Republic of Zambia" he Catholic Bishops that four; CATHOLICS OP" FLORIDANOW
Mill Of..t, IIIIN 3537419 Is taking its steps toward added Imparting his benediction foreign\ Priests be allowed\ to
Phen 7J1-0655 J14 W Fonyth St.It's on the country and its enter the country to team at A NON.PROFIT CATHOLIC FRATERNAL SOCIETY OFFERS

people. the senior seminary, it was
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,E' stER1JNG PA'ARMAC'Y; : T- from the i last of high commit The government' stipulated,
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our Pleasureto > VskSt !"* lh country by the spring of I'M $ A WlfK foea COlt ee low" ea U OS P" raonlh, d.p.M ng spo4
serve you . and the Bishops asked the 5 0
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pvnrsExctllent to altow the
And our Responsibilityto | < new government .
Kit seminary to rebuild" ill
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faculty $1 0 A Wttlt foe a nest as low" es n 50 pee' iwoe s. droeedtusg
Hotel Fides said that despite nu
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Roosevelt Motor Hotel in the southern Sudan, apwto-( A WttK for a eosl ae low ee t500 Rr f'\O"t9\ deo.MWsippoe

Beth In' C nvmnt f INK1' rrl lie work li growing mere and $15 0 age wlllte IIoI"I".d'Of, any covvsd bcc' 01 ''tw.1.c.

Downtown JACKSONVILLE ThunderbirdRUUUKANT rtAtJA more shortage dJfU of ult clergy.became It of awl the -..hN ........ 15....M Agssp 0. ...S M....

only five Prieiti serve tM) IT CHOOSE YOUR on DOCTOfttto'cVM _I Nrwlp ra4... *rf ........ M I
parches of the vkariat" apostolic M'*....of Dear ,....... nwoi. .s e tIIC w 'III ee'.e/w. wwpo'tee II INS.
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Juba vicartatt\ there are only SELECT ANY LAWFULLY 1w a.e0 44.450 05f. eMMi
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Therefor the CTMawh. tot 5(51 e-,TAAROLID.: ro*T L.AliO'CALL CIA1'.aw
AMERICAf.NNSN said "has Its weed to pay
MONASTERY RETREAT HOUSE even to atmMes. a" .wwrrt MIl"". tact em ''''''''I''C. Pr.Y1s to c'ce1 F.e.11 I IM'4

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Of many things Mne The, Florida Catholic, Friday, June 11,1965


The 'new breed'vies with old! Mass guideSUNDAY

June IS

By Father Henry J. Miroa city;" their goals are "self- group, Inasmuch as they are Trinity Sunday. (Mass of

Andrew Greeley fulfillment" and "change" neither very specific about Sunday Gloria, Creed ,.

FATHER member of the Their challenge to the old ,what is wrong nor are they Preface of Trinity.)

National breed (those over 30)) is summed specific about what must be MONDAY June 14
Opinion Research
up by Father Greeley in done. St. Basil. (Mast of feast,
Center at the University of the following Gloria, Common Preface.)
way As one member puts it In
and TUESDAY June 15
Chicago a lecturer in thet'niversity's
"We want you. to per response to a question along (Mass of previous Sunday
department of mit us to make of
something these lines by Father
2nd of Sts. Vltus
Prayer ,
sociology Well known as an the world where you have Greeley: "It's not just that ,., Modestui and Crescentia
author and sociologist he has failed" w e don't know the answers to j. ''tf ,. Common Preface Stt.,
written frequently and knowIngly One cannot deny the seriousness what" is ,wrong with the ( .; Vitus Modestui and Cmcentla -

about many matters of and Intense sincerity world; we don't even know Mass of several
American Catholic We. He of this anonymous group- the proper ,words to phrasethe tic r L. martyrs, Gloria, Common
has been one of the principal spirit; Indeed, these characteristics question."
scholars involved in the First graduates of St. Mary Magdalen School Preface)
have but
may one It It relatively easy to WEDNESDAY: June 18

monumental study(and of the first American ) sociological flaw salutary-a lack sense of of a humor.sometimes handle the symptoms of a Father Hubert J. Reason presented dy, Paul Mioduckl, Veronica Mala Jaeb. Richard Meyer, another of (Mass of previous Sunday

Catholic educational system disease: you merely recognize diplomas to the first gradu testa, Robert St. Lawrence, Mrs. the graduating class, was not prrs- Common Preface.)
Moreover, it is "awkward them if THURSDAY. June IT
a study subsidized by at least, for any generationto you can act and accordingly a physician But, ating class of his St. Mary Mag Myra Cook, eighth grade teacher, ent when the picture was taken Corpus Christ! (Mass of
the Carnegie Foundation and dalen parish school in Maltland. Father Reason Debbie Axton
harshly the noble it is a far more difficult feast Gloria, Creed, Com
conducted largely at the University aims of another generation task to perform the much From the left, are Virginia Cassa- Philip Ley, Denise Bunch Jerry mon Preface.)
of Notre
especially when" the "aged"are needed and little done hard FRIDAY, June II

Perhaps he ls best known those who sometimes research into the causes of Maitland St. Ephriem. (Mast ef a

as the coiner of 1 new phrase manifest a defensive reactionto these symptoms so as to be ST. MARY MAGDALEN doctor, Gloria 2nd Prayerof
which seemingly has become the ")'oune." able to put forward reasonable Bishop Moore's 10th graduation Nine students of St. Mary Sts. Mark and Marcel-

current la the vocabulary Thus, the avowed desire of and effective long range Magdalen School graduatedfrom llanus. Common Preface)

Btillied by the many sew the "new breed" to accomplish solutions to the lingering the eighth grade on SATURDAY June It

analysts ef Catholic life In a good-vix., to changethe problems of any disease.In marked by call to extend Faith June 4. rather Hubert J. St Juliana Faleonlerl.I
these United States. social and religious order Reason presented diplomasto (Mass of a virgin not a
for the better-Is neither much the same way, the Debbie martyr, Gloria 2nd Prayer
The phrase is the "new unattractive nor undesirable diseases ef society require OKUVNDO Bishop Moore High School held 1U will be yonr duly and It will Bunch Anton Denise of Sts. Gervase and Pro-
breed" and it refers to that research, discipline la anily- 10th commencement at St. Jamie Church, Orlando, on be your obligation te see te Virginia. C a s s I d y tase, Common Preface.)

peculiar leitgeist which has But as Father Greeley has sis, and unsung and tin publicized June 3 at 8 p.m. Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley presented It that the Faith ef our Fa Jenny Veronica Malateita.Jaeb Phillip RichardMeyers Ley

informed and inflamed the pointed eut, the goodness or heroism-the work Is diplomas to members of the Urge class then Is eitended te these Paul Mloducki and
young of mind and heart propriety or evea the Immediacy anally done la aa atmosphere Father parts ef ear anlvers ORLANDO
Hubert J. Reason, who counseled the graduates Robert St. Lawrence. Veronica .
who now feel the imperativeneed .f f a goal may be soattnctlve .1 aloneness which
to persevere' towards higher education thecommencement The world In which you received an award for
to speak out and to sit and se desirable may seem te be a kind of gave WINTER PARK
address. live, the endeavors which superior academic achieve
that ... you
in on the modal and may overlook the alienation from the activity
many religious around us, and there II no
undertake not ment.
are now nor
problems of the moment crucial and critics! need for ef thefr) active "new Father Reason, pastor of ,
a specific Ideology which tam breed." Maitland' St Mary M.gdl' ever will be an easy task. Folio'Ing the commencement

guide the prsctkal measures ten parish, Slid in part: sssssthat Nonetheless with the experience the graduates and their BARNES
Their language Is spotted of the reformist It Is relatively easy to \\e have progressed tre. of your Catholic educe families were honored by a DRAPERY AND
with the terms, "openness""honesty" only be planted in a new with the to luncheon
lion ability remain at the Imperial
thrust line mrndoullJ our scientific
up a picket or evento .In FLOOR COVERING, I"..
and "authenti- part of the world but In
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I In The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 11, 1965( Pontiff tells new British

i I Pope honors Priesthood envoy of hopes for reunion

: .LI VATICAN C I T YC) Sir Peter Scarlett, who had

-Pope Paul VI, on receivIng been British minister to the
I by attendance at Pisa r the credentials of the Holy See since November,
1960. Williams, 53, has been
new British minister to the
serving as deputy undersecretary
(I.511nu.e ,rom r... .iifi word is excessively exploited had converged on Pisa from 1 Holy See, asked him to convey of state in the foreign

auditor of the Second Vatican, now adavs. all over north central Italy to his people "80mI'. affairs ministry in London.He .

Council, declared that Chris thing of the care, both discreet went to the latter post la
"It Is almost debased because The Pontiff offered Mass at IcJr
for "a
Hans are working .. and respectful, with 1962 after serving in diploma.tic
hose who speak of It a large altar erected In the m
peace which it not a propaganda which the Holy See favors, posts in Spain, Italy, Brazil .
He went on to and say they desire It are in plaza between the celebrated] o
slogan actual fact working precisely black] and white marble llth- in God's good time, the and in Germany, whenhe

C lay"It is true that Christians against peace. century cathedral and bap perfect reconciliation be was British minister from
1956 to 1960.
who tistry and hard by the cathe.dral' tween the Catholic Church
are not the only ones "But Christians, Catholics, 't Ils
of Indeed this world-renowned leaningbell and the Church of Eng
speak peace. know that they are !in the van. i
tower. "
guard of a vast movement of land.

Officers listed forwomen's public opinion which has After the celebration] of the Solicitude for reunion

made world peace the fore. Holy Eucharist, in which the among Christians, Pope Paul

most of its Interests and its huge congregation participated recently told Michael S. Wilbams !.
retreat anxieties. They are seekinga as one, Pope Paul was .( in English, "is one of

TAMPA-Father LaurenceE. peace therefore, which is given a reception by the religious Circle globe in four-day flight the great aspirations which

Higgins, spiritual directorof not a propaganda slogan buta and civil authoritiesat orientate our apostolic pro

the West Florida Laywom- permanent goat"L'Osservatore the nearby palace of the Astronauts James A. McDivitt, left floated in space for 20 minutes, the gram."
called thePope' He added:
en'i Retreat Association, has archbishopric. and Edward H. White II, are picturedin first American to perform this feat.
day's journey to Pisa He to the bal. "It is always and exclusively
came palace
with officers of the Association
Joined the gear which they wore on their Major McDivitt was command pilot of twofold love
guided by
a :
"purely pastoral. to give his apostolic
in making plans for cony
the retreats offered to wom On arriving at the Pisa airport blessing to the people remaining historic four-day flight orbiting the the Gemini capsule and Major White, love for the teaching of

en of the Diocese this sum he was greeted by civil In the plaza below, earth. During the flight, Major White the pilot. Christ; love for true brotherhood
mer. and Church dignitaries and and left for the airport in the among all Christians.
an Italian air force honor evening. Referring I to Williams'
Mrs. C. Riles, reservations guard Pope Paul was back at the Astronaut takes down to earth mention of international disarmament

chairman, has requested that At the airport. June 10, he capital's Fiumicino airportless in his formal address

women. of the fast coast, was joined by a group of relatives ] than six hours after he of greeting, the Pope
whose. do not hate faith in God probe of heavensBy recalled his during
parishes of Italian flyers killed in had taken off for the north. on own appeal
individual] chairmen, write I the United Nations peace west from the other big his visit to India last December

directly to her for Information operation in the Congo in a Rome airport, Ciampino Tom Rees said. While stationed at Ed. that the "huge sums

or reservations. visit to a memorial there to Denver Register writer wards Air Force Base, Cali spent on arms be diverted at

Officers of the Associationare airmen. reveals Astronaut James A. McDivitt has had a down-to- forma, McDivitt attended least in part, to relief of hun
The Holy Father then droveto Massacre da'ly Mass and received ger and poverty throughoutthe
Mrs, Brice LaLonde, earth faith in God since he was a boy.If "
the cathedral in the Communion. He head world.]
square was
Route 3, Box 3100 Lakeland, nothing more were accomplished by his startling
northwest end of the city, Congolese terrors usher and commentator for
who is president; Mrs, Harry multi-orbit mission in the Gemini 4 spacecraft with Ed. "We welcome your noble
where he greeted by the Mass
was Sunday
Cunningham Jr., 2112 Carroll Archbishop Ugo Camozzo of "millict rni-n tm.. anti ward H. White, he would return with an even more firm dialogue n a t i e n's determination to Delegate
Gardens Lane, Tampa, whois danger his fellow mission Prior to Joining the team of work also for this lofty purpose
and a faith In the omnipotence of the Creator of the universe
Pisa, other prelates
NASA astronauts McDivittwas Martin J,
first vice president; Mrs. aries' lives. and In general for the Archbishop
vast throng of persons who he explored, according to his tat"" -r James McDivitt of
Richard Sullivan, 4030 Mc. : a test pilot. vital cause of world peace," O'Connor, the American
Lane Drive, Tampa, who Is Among the other Crosier Jackson' Michigan.On he said of the Vatican's
Fathers killed the following est son, Michael, just received Once asked about Ms president
second vice president; Mrs. have been identified: Father the eve of the UnltdStates' his First Communion.Jim philosophy as a test pilot he The new succeeds commission for the Communications

Rose hay, 313 Sleepy Hollow Beckes, Father Robert Car. latest space probe goes to Mass wheneverhe gate an answer that according envoy Media, will
Road, Tampa, who is secie- nuncio in RomeKonlluurrt the elder McDivitt told the
remans, Father Godefried can. to his father, Mill applies head the Holy See's delega
Mrs B. Haydon, his "has been
tary Mary Register son
; Kraiwmkles, Father Alphons "St. of Padua Is today Church said in
2412 76th Street South t from I'| "M preparing for a flight like Anthony tion to a "Convocation of
form stable] governmentthere. Father Hendrick his favorite saint. is "
Tampa, P.O. Box 666, who Is a Kuypers this all his life. He is very Anthony "I would be kidding myself Religion for World Peaceto ,
treasurer: Mrs. Stanley Kra- Snljers and Father Joseph confident and very well his Confirmation name. and my family if 1 were to twofold progressTOKYO be held in San Francisco
The year-old] Archbishophas Wouthers of Belgium. Whenever he is faced with
jewsky, 8020 Ola Avenue, equipped with what it takes a pretend that there is no in late June.Vatican.
been a principal figure in Father Jansen, Father decision he usually
grave (NC) Auxiliary
Tampa who is parliamentarian to do this. danger at all. There Is alwaysan -
the Dominican struggle from Godefroy Marinus, Father asks St. Anthony for guidance
Fulton J. Sheen of
Mrs. Cecil Riles 410 Bishop
; element of risk In
the revolt's earliest days Albert Timmers, Father Victor "Faith Is his backbone. ," the astronaut's father any to berepresented
North Palmer, Plant City such flying. We face that New York said during a talk
Everything Jim does is with
when he was asked by the Organization Van Heeswijk, Father confided.
who Is reservations chair. at the Jesuit run Sophia University !
danger, we accept we
that principle. His faith in
of American I Huub van Lleshout, Father .
: McDivitt said his the Church
here that
man. son normally do not brood over it.
God, his hard work and train
States to a cease firebetween Jan Oort Father Hen-
van ,
arrange wears scapular and the of twofold
a midst
!Mrs. Richard Sullivan I I I. in a
ing have given him the confidence "My faith teaches me thatI
factions Verberk Father Jan
the battling drik ,
"whenever he Is in kind
!handles publicity for the Association some movement Is moving into
He has kept the Holy Fa Verhoeven, Father Petrus that he can do this. am thinking straight In at UN meet
of he has
and Mrs Mary B. conveyance usually the world and the world Is
this I not
Haydon heads the speakers ther Informed of developments Verkuylen and Father Philip The astronaut himself a St. Christopher medal with am certainly a moving into the Church. Ir..I_..* Irtm ..i. ...>
but I do know
In the On May Waldrem of the Netherlands. theologian
country. summed his him. He added that his the See'i
bureau. up philosophywhen son Bishop Sheen stopped in Giovannetti Holy
5, shortly after the Initialceasefire The Capuchin victims, who that the Church says simply
he carried St.
a Christopher Tokyo on his way home from permanent observer to the
was agreed had been brought by rebels to that reasonable safety precautions -
medal with him on his 145 the fourth centennial celebrations UN, and Oscar Haleckl. Ford-
SMOKY MOUNTAINS the Pope told a crowd In St. Buta from the Molegbe diocese "I know I don't merely combat missions during the must be taken In of the Introduction of ham University historian.
Peter's of the "better were Father EdwardSchrljvra hope that God Is in His any profession, whether one
... .. .. square Korean
V tmmttf will ) > ekrl..a action. M e DI I v I t tcouldn't Christianity in the Philip Leaders of major religious
r..t.... ll T......., T.n..- news" he had received from Father JosephVandenbroecke heaven. He's up there or say that the St. is a baby sitter or a test the world
...( all r..t..,.....l law Santo Domingo. and Father out there far beyond the Christopher medal was in the pilot. pines. groups throughout
sir... "(. rranrli AMN <4< h,.... Archbishop Clarlzlo was Neyens. range of our rockets and cockpit of the GT-4, but added The movement ef the werld have been invited to take

also associated with a joint The Belgian Brothers of St. space probes. that if It were possible his To study councilVATICAN kite the Church, he said, eaabe part which. has In the the convocation of tSecl'ftary ,
pastoral letter by the Bishops Gabriel were Brother Jerome "And He's also with me at son likely would, have it with demonstrated by the fact General U Thant
of the Dominican Republic Assalmans, Brother, Ludovlc the controls.] him. CITY (SC-) that .2 per rent ef the Blih-'

FURNISHEDAPARTMENTS which asked opposing leaders Bosnians, Brother Francis de This was no Idle statement, The pontifical universitiesand opt at the Second Vatleaa The' Vatican delegation expects
to stop fighting and accept a Kegel, Brother Gilbert de the elder McDivitt said "Jim Me Dlv Itt's faith has beea colleges in Rome have Council were aon-Eirepeans. te arrive .la San Fraaclwe -

provisional government head Zwaef, Brother Louis van practices what he preaches part ef his everyday life scheduled a n International JIM 2$.
ed by someone backed by Loon, Bnther Verscheuren. II.'. a first-class practicing since he was a boj.H theological congress for September Not one Asian or African
Reservations arranged, cook. both side.The Also killed was a Dutch Catholic.! So Is his wife (the 19fi, to study the Bishop attended the First The religious convocation
ing facilities. NEW YORK Brother of St. Gabriel, Brother former Patricia Ann Haas of was an altar boy as a theology of the Second Vatican Vatican Council in 1870 he win be held in San Francis
WORLD'S FAIR tourist eccommodetioni. Bishops' appeal has Peter Jacobs. Cleveland, Ohio). Their alb youth la Chicago, his father Council. said, adding that the Church"Is co's Cow Palace. Christians,
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THE FAIR: Writ. Te part of the episcopate" movement of the Church Into Archbishop Joseph T MeGucken

Mrs. M.J. Bondania The Archbishop arrived In the world can be seen by the of San Francisco Is
Rome the day before the coronation ceremonies of the one of the three co-chairmen

54.I8.III Street papal audience and was expected last five PoPf"I for the event

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