The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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.athc 1 l IIC 1 I J1 after four years- of Council

VATICAN CITV (NC) Thf ecumenical council hM on the renewal of the roll the council ("umn\l_ lon on dm-trmal and moral aspect! ,

formally completed four years of debate on ,1ub.J4't'h'1I'H'p !sinus life: on seminary<< formation Bishops, and mailed to MX) alone, according tn the pat-

VOL NXVl, No. :M Orlando, lloridn, Friday, October 22: 1!)(.. IDeo ng the spectrum of the Church's doctrine and praclice. : on Christian education Fathers torn set by Pope Paul VI In
: and on the Church's altitude The Bishop asked Father his encyclical I I Kccleslim:

to Christians, in. Wlltfe said, that since the Siam
Although it Is possible for a few more speaker to
address the assembly on the.sebenra on priestly life and eluding Jews council agenda Includes I "Kventual silence by the
Two It'hf'nll"lK'fd to be voted w e rId l wide .phenomenonsuch council after the latest Popes
Dedication of ministry! debate on that final document on the council'sagenda
as a \IwcIrt they
Mercy on as hunger, war the and the Holy Office have said
was officially}) ended pu'/madon to speak on theedema receive formal\ public votes! population explosion pills 1 I I so much about communism

by a standing vote of on the I'nesthood.! and eventual promulgationThese add so forth how can it would \be equivalent to disallowing
cloture during the council's }'I\e schema have been approved are the schema on div Ignore the phenomenon of all that has been it art-
I.Mrt general meeting: l lOc- and await only formal me revelation and on the laaK \ communism which Is foundin ed\ and done up tn now and It
Hospital Saturday toner 16)). public vote and promulgation. | >Mi>Ute. This voting begins! the whole world presentand would signify minimizing the
on on October( 25. On the samedate future' dangers and 'Intrinsic! gravityof
This was the status of the This formal public vote Is
voting also' begins on
schema at the time of the scheduled for Oitobcr 26 for communism. This wouldcause
revisions, to the schema on re Calhiillcs, nil I hop Curl!
one week break, October 18 to all five of these schema on psycho
ORLANDO Mercy Hnapital here will be dedicated community ISIS beds and 42 llgtaus. liberty.No said, are walling fur a "new logical harm, and the Church
October M in the Second pastoral duties of Bishops
I Saturday by Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley. The principal bassinets, wild Sister Theresa Vatican Council. dale baa been announcedfor and solemn stand on the prnb- would be accused of opportunism

speaker on the occasion will be Governor Haydon Francis S.S.J., hospital ad. All debate had been concluded 11\,INNNNNNNNN,,1, voting on revisions to Inn, one that will remote all fear and so on"

Burns The public has been invited to attend tM dedication ininiktratvr. on all svhemas, unlesssome Bulletin three other schema, which doubt and uncertainly

which begins at 2 p.m. tr IAHIIJ Musa: t } of OiUn council Fathers roundup remain" on the Church In themodern U. S. Biihopt annual
tier president of the Orange VATICCITV (:NClhep ) world, on the ins "And those persecuted b\
on October 23. do will be duct of staff 10 signatures.: each U>> gain ,
Medical Association.and tt-ronclliar Com communism, (Catholics Orthottox -
County liturgy lion and on the priestly\ l lilt meeting set for Rom
At this public ceremony the Mother General of the nI..lolhu approved the and ministry ,:, Protestants, Jews

other distinguished rituen. Sisters of St. Joseph of St l I'nlled Mite ni h..ps' re. Meanwhile, a petition signed and religions men of every \V.\SIII\TO\NC( ( ) The
w ill Join In the dedication. Following Augustine, Rev. Mother IotnsKdm. r quest' fur English: In virtually by more than 430 ecumenical conviction are looking forward I'XW annual general meetingof
the program \the public They will join the Governor all parts of the Mass said council Fathers has been to the comfort and the! Itishnps of the t'niled
,is invited to tour the hos and the Archbishop on alniid. Acting on a request/ by submitted t to the council solidarity the council will Slates will be held at thaNorth

petal the speakers' platform. Francis Cardinal Sprllman tutNew l presidency requesting a con give! them.. Thus our 11f'O.IIIIUnt'fm.nt American College! : U

}:\tn one will be anxious t. Area school choirs will lead rs: York on behalf of the t liar statement on commit would also havean Home, November 8. 9 and 10,
walk the long corridors, taking the processional to the deli %' t hierarchy, the Coininlulunrvnflrmed nlsm according to a report ecumenical value." It was announced at the headquarter -

a personal look at the cation. There will t be a salute English: fur col- 1 issued here according of the National
four-story building which Is to the American Flag and th- i tiarer + lrl. ftfrrris, posU'imumin- Father Hall'| t) Will i gin. to Fatherlltgwi.. Catholicelfare Conferencehere.

nearly ready for opening.The singing of the National Ions, sine prefaces, prs>er !S V.P.' news director for the that such a statement would .
Anthem r for pence, concluding Paler, Divine Ward missionaries not bring harm to Christians. Th American BUhopn art
opening has been set Mercy has been built front and alt dialogue rra)',.. The quoted "authoritative I I behind the Iron Curtain since In ftmne participating in the I
for November 21, according the design of the architectural r Tv American HUhops' spokesman '1IIII' fl" for the story.He their own Hishopr are the fourth session o( Vatican
tn the diocesan representative here said that elfec- condemnation Council Preceding the gen>
firm of Steward Skinner no said I the statement list ones rwyiesting a
Monsignor Terence J. and Associates. Miami In lOot>i ilabofStton the dale has ,been set, hut it Ing 10 different MMMOHS why of commwiiiiMH by the .,.meeting of the! Bishops, I
Van-elly. pastor of St. James with Thomas J will take at least (four months the l'Ounl'l.hIMtIll\ speak!! mil council lie. further raeammenuM the NCWC administrativerxvafd

Church here. Madden, a I"'hIlet''OI.lnj\ (, print and distribute the re on martiht eommwnlam, was that the. council! wttt meet November *
Taking part ta the program tents CaUul ahsttM. j *4IUcalmatteft and 7, also at the North
tan has been by the patAmerican >" quired 'tanned by Illihop 1414 i Ifnore .purely |
will be Monsigfwr Charles A.Bartefc. .:Engineering; and! p n, ,NIINNNI11111111,1111111 Segnl, Italy, a memlwr of cfrnftmtg Itself to American College
of St. Charles
pastor t\lnatrlktl&l1 Cumpwn), .. a
Church: Andrew N. Serres,
chairman. Dr. Tructt IL Fra- The hospital will offer the Principal speakers Diocesan convention I

Men_ \ Medical Center will\: be drdh slut, ..n Cx 'I

Pope creates new U.S. timber "::1 1 at 2 p.m. in Orlando by Archbishop Holy Name to meet in Tampa

I Jowph P. Hurley.\! Klnrida'a Governor HsydonDuma

province names BishopsWASHIMiTON will deliver an address on the oreanmt.
T.MrA pnwr-iful) fi're for personal' aanrtifUa-\ Olson at the annual conven I'rlraU hs\e been represented
the IXnresa .l M, Augsstise
( :NC) Pope Paul VI has made the linn and apoatolir action In each parish of the piocesr lion in Tampa, fur eart
many )
'"lJo 'n, provisions and (In Rhodesia sill two regenerated here. October 21) to October 31. when I Detroit has been named titular the annual Holy Name convention Is held in the Ktortdan arranged for reglstrsUnns He will speak\ on the sub
appointments: Bishop. of T.f*IU and Hotel In downtown Tampa Indicating the rich and fruit- from 4 p m. on Friday, Ject, "Wbrt is my brother""
His )Holiness hat established auxiliary t* Anfcbithoo JohnF c Irttt..f. 7)), at the hotel. At 8 The convention will. open
Political crisis at home ful material that will be l..nl"'l|> by dullnppokdsedJanedata
the new ecclesiastical Dearden of Detrett.acttsM p""m. .n enecutlva buardnwctMig Saturday at 1.10: a m .t the
llarokl }o'. Jordan, diitceMit Sf4ritUil -
Province of With........ with Ttreee *" the IWyWashiKfton Monalgnor ill be "held; ht... Three panelists will b.
the Pretotor. NttHui of tfie .tohcor seen ..erreueed' .b Bishop's return/ dinrtf" h.-\I'f'II'II''' slap hi''at11k-IM:; .1:110,5 J. MeAidlfr" a heard' en the. theme M
\ irgin Islands M aeffryan totn by ArchMshas prompts each I..rbtb|. society to tierrpafw'nted ed.' MM>mb mh' s"1 W .Wai** gton. Egl*.. Vsjssiasj., ......... at the 37th annual "From time to time," he Margaret Mary parish the pa will be imxlerator. of the
and the Melt R Patrick ia the CnHH ties fly father Ml ImelTralirr. |
doleg.k said "all of us must' look to .'.UII prwWi-nt. will conduct II''', page eletes
A. Boyle as mrtfnstiili. The arcbauocaie of Washington KU"'fH1C1tt."I..la (>(') Bishop Akryaiu conference. the. condition fIf our l holy< the' hoard meeting and
tin Archbishop. was erected In 1189 The adheres ArchMshapJ IN conventionbuaineis rNNNN.NN1111111111111Priests'
Name AocMtes.. Mke anything preside over
lUene' of Gwelo has recently returned to I'Aotetit from"
The lloly Father ha acceded the" year that marked UM. .aefih P J llurlev will ho truly worth while they aesslons retreat
to the request of the Moat IMth asmlversary of tIe estaohsnmMt attending the Second Vatican Council "bxcstwe of the given at the banquet .. 120 lie meant alt.etkm. ." The fell day ptewwd' tee thedetegsUs

Ret Henry J GrlmmelsmM '"f the city M twc uncertainty r-f the poHtlcal Mtuatton." II. e""'mmf M p m. on October 30. That attention will .U.Promional in Ta*.,., Saint I'rleats of the Dincese of St+

that he be permitted to reSign .a.Ul af" Ike Unltaal dales. when he arrived here on October\ 7: "I want to be with "The Ijif ApotUlale, and }*>. (0 ts4ief 311.< will login' at AugiMtine will hold the.r. annual
I'mlly then it had Be. emkracd retreat at the itownlnwnhated
the position W Runop ., Mass ta be lelohrri! 'In U-
the flock k tM dire tine" Christian Krnewat' has hrrNrlraur church d I Leon In St.AiMPtstine .
Evansvllle. Jndiaa. fUstavGrlmmeltman in archdiareat af my o( unlletoral. declarator of inla the convfiillnn'sllwme. pod I lleett ChsjNh.. Moser I Pent. *
has keen Baltimore The apostolic canstUtttinn It la Wlwvfel' that u-. h.a.born .. -C- as fmr James J. llcalin. assist- beginning on Monday
dedication let SundayS
named titular BIshop of TabIs. assnsssne/lnf. this ae- Mishap will set M a >wrt statement, the sot spiritual. director, will evening 111'1111. r> and
(ion of the IWy See saMWMhknglsMi itwkeMBM for the other font lead.n it five major rtiwhea In anaxNiarlng the details flf G11\ISIIIIll: : I 1tedNea- celebrate a memorial MarI rtoskiC. t'>n Friday m rnlnc! ,

was to be sorted fth.. >sia. Bishop who are in HJM>d..eM, anwng tat the .pram Mnnstcnor. JoraM of M. 1'atrirk's, prw-.1..1 e r nWvaaed' Holy Namamembrrs. October X). Itetrealand" will> !
.Mnn,lciH>r 1'.1 l F. Tanner with equal. raM and sugsity till m ....... if. Pwsnter. IanSmith's (,..heh, Archbishop Francis. added a reminder that at rhurrh In Galneavllle will register at tha hotel m tm!
has \hra named IHittar Kith- to the aw ., Baltimore gwernment should ts- NUrttall 8 J W Salisbury, del the Most Reverend Archhuhup he held on Sunday! October for dinner at 6 o'clock
op .( |lamarba. RishopeletTanner and hat la.y were to have sue a .unltotoral dselafattwThe tiered. : has always eapresaed. the 24 after Ihe last Maui at 12 Father Cenrfe: I' O'l>eaK Th \Denns will make the
will rantlaae I la his the sole Than of "RammerenaisWiiasnajtonlissli" N .ladeposd.s. r. wish that all CatMIc men in 0'1'1<<11. Father Thomas It !M., superlur general .( the unseal arram..ment bur< sib
prescM office of general secretary wHh moral pfinrlples roncemlnf A's etlreme sal| onttlde the this IMocttr\ betMg. lot the Grots; pastor, Invites a Urge M. Jnieph'S S .rlrly of the call coverage during the shsenc >
of the :NaliMal ('.1"" the' Meet ..... Mirkawl J. the allure of lIMIt .....11..1100. raid be mrallyJ llolv Name "SucMy.' }It Is the stladane. at tIM l th* pistons and sv

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Ten Tie Florida Catholic, Friday October %%, 1965 ,< ,, ,.., .....;.""'!t '<. ", ,. Pope receives

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I Florida ReportsSeminole ,r.a ,a John Glenn

Maitland 1h : American astronaut John

BLESSED SACRAMENTThe ST MARY MAGDALENAn +r +1 r Glenn was received by Pope

Sundry Mass scheduleat open house will be held tl Paul VI and received a me.
Blessed Sacrament parish at St. Mary Magdalen Schoolon mento of the Pope's visit to

la 7.' 8.30, 10() and 11:30: am.; October 24 from 1 to 4.30; the United Nations.Mr. .
and Mrs. Glenn and
"weekday Masses are offeredat
7'30() and 8,30, announces pm.This year the Women's members of the National
Father Michael Cottrell 1 I.C. Guild members will supply l Aeronautical and Space Ad.
food to fill three holiday baskets r ministration were received by
St PetersburgCDA for the needy. y4z the Pope (October 13)) im.
The women of the parishare mediately after the weekly

Mrs Frank Scheldell, Florida invited to attend on November j public audience.

State Regent of the Catholic 10 the annual day of Pope Paul told the utr<< .

Daughters of America, of. recollection, which will be r It 1I + lint be was happy to be able
ficiated at the institution of held at the Church of the Nativity the good wishes he
Court St John Vianney, No. in Lake Mary The* Charter membership of Mercy Hospital Auxiliary in Orlando he express had in hit heart when

1944, on October 13, in St. day will begin at 9 a.m. and Glenn became the first AmerIcan .
John's auditorium, St. Petersburg close at 2:30.: For additional By October 15: this group of Central! Orlando; a larger meeting place will have to sponsored by the Auxiliary. The October to orbit the earth.

Beach. information and reservationscall Florida women bad a charter membership be found for them. The group which will meeting was concerned with the dedicationof

Forty three members were Mrs. Carl Warren at 644- so large that officers of Mercy Hospital serve as a volunteer arm of Mercy Hospital the new Mercy Hospital, October 23, at 2 He extended his good
6744. all Glenn's fellow
received into the Court, of wishes to
which I Monsignor Patrick Auxiliary stated it was not only the first but holds four general meetings a year and operate p.m. in Orlando. Archbishop Joseph P. Hur spacemen and to all who are

Trainor will be chaplain.On DunedinOUR also the last time that the Auxiliary would under a committee system with service ley will be joined by Governor Haydon in some way blazing the trails

the same evening, the LADY OF LOURDES meet in the new Mercy Medical Center at chairmen in charge of various activities Burns on the speakers' platform. to outer space.

fcllowing officers of the new Last Sunday the Ladies of Glenn a Protestant, was
Court were installed: Mrs. the Rosary Society gatheredin asked if this was his first
William L. Soleau, grand regent the parish hall after each Temple Terrace Clearwater St. Augustine Priest authors visit to Rome.
; Mrs Robert L. Yates, of the Masses to meet prospective CORPUS CHRISTIA ST. CECELIA "It's my first visit to
vice regent; Mrs. Neil Nu. members interestedin sneak preview of unique A special Mass was offeredat Europe," Glenn said.

gent, prophetess; Mrs. Harold learning more about our gifts to be sold at the Corpus St. Cecelia's honoring Co book New TestamentMODERN The Pope smiled. "But yon
with Fourth
A. Holland, financial secretary parochial organfoatlon. Coffee Christ Church bazaar on November lumbus Degree on were able to see the whole
; Mrs. Robert Gilbert, and baked goods were served. 20 and 21 will be heldin acting as guard of honor by
treasurer; Mrs. John J. Savage Members of the Rosary Society the social hall following the their i chaplain Monsignor biblical critl- In a special way also of Ray. tor to the Catholic Biblical world from such" a marvelous
he laid.
historian; Mrs. Norbert recited the family rosary Masses every Sunday. Thomas A. Colreavy The its ability to mond E. Brown SS., whose Quarterly, Theological Studies vantage point

P Bishoff, lecturer; Mrs. each evening In the Among these gifts there Mass was offered at St. help us better understand the methods differ In no way and The Bible Today. After the audience, Won-

Harold S. Holland, monitor; Church at 7 pm. during the will be quite a selection of Cecelia's spacious cafetorium meaning of the New Testament from our own." (Oscar Cull. New Testament Essays by signer Paul Marcinkus of
Mrs. John Mlschke, sentinel; month of October. hand sewed articles.A and a brunch was served is discussed in N e w man world renowned Luther Raymond Brown, S S, cloth, Chicago, an official of the
Mrs. Raymond Langer, or. The Society is sponsoringtwo variety of Christmas afterwards. Testament Essays, a new vol. an Swiss scholar and authorof 272 pages; $S 00. The Bruce papal secretariate of state
ganist; Mrs. Albert J. Spindler dessert card parties on decorations will be displayed.All ume of informative and provocative Peter; Disciple Apostle Publishing Company 400 took the Glenns and their
Mrs Joseph McCaffery November 11. One at 1 pm. proceeds will go towardthe TampaST. essays by Father Martyr.) North Broadway Milwaukee party on a tour of the Sistine
Mrs. John Tomassi, Mrs. An and the other at 7.30: p.m. Corpus Christi Schoollibr.ry JOSEPHSt. Raymond E. Brown S.S., of "I am delighted that these Wisconsin. Chapel.
drew Kirkwood, Mrs. Joseph Mrs. Patrick McNeil president fund. Mrs. Virginia Joseph School Parent- St. Mary's Seminary Balti essays are being made avail
Novak and Mrs. Irene Cascko, of the Society is general bazaar chairman able to a wider public (JohnA.
Made, announced Teachers Club is sponsoringtheir more. Father Brown is a
trustees. chairman that It Is not too late Halloween carnival on Priest from the Diocese of T Robinson, Bishop of
The Court will hold its Woollen of Honest
author to
new for those parishioners who October 23 from 4 to 11 p.m. St. Augustine at the Sulpician ,
regular monthly meeting on JacksonvilleSAN would like to lend a helping It will be held on the school seminary God.) *

the third Wednesday of each JOSEA hand. Workshops are still grounds, North MacDilI between Centering on the theme the "Father Brown Is one of the r,
month in the auditorium, at Halloween carnival will being held every Thursday Walnut and Cherry Gospels and their historical Catholic biblical scholars fe 4r.

I p.m. be held at the San Jose nights at 7.30; p,m. in the social Streets. All proceeds will go context Father Brown shows from whom Pre tu ta n t

Tallahassee Church on Sunday, October 31 hall.Winter. to the school library how the Gospel, or good news scholarship expects the most.
BLESSED SACRAMENTThe from 3:30: to 8.30; p.m. All the The Club is also sponsoringa of salvation, was formed and Me symbolizes aKgloriamentola
annual Halloween parish groups will combine Haven Halloween Dance on October how the Gospels of Matthew Americas Catholic biblical
carnival of Blessed Sacrament their efforts and are asked to 30 in the school hall. Costumes Luke, Mark, and John accurately scholarship." (James M. Rob.
held the come In costume. There will are optional and the describe the historical Inson Protestant biblical
parish was on
be a horror house, fish pond The "traveling gavel" of dance will be from 10
school grounds October 14 p m. to milieu in which they were scholar and author Clare- /
grab bag, balloon and dart the Knights of Columbus was 2
from 3 to 8 with Mrs. a m. written. Pertinent commentsare mont Graduate School and
John Hosford pm.and Mrs. R. E. game movies sandbox holein recently viewed by the Winter given on the nature of the University Center, Claremont
cochairmen of one, cake booth ferric Haven Council members. In street biblical movement and Its Importance California>)>
Register as Changed
wheel, Christmas booth and a lat October the gavel will names for the ecumenical
the event. A spaghetti dinner Mrs. D. be at Lake "Biblical studies Is one of l
hamburger supper on display Wales causes confusion movement and the renewal of .
held the
was same evening English and Mrs. D. Palazesl Lakeland and San Antonio; the decisive factors in the era
from S to 8 pm. Mrs John BERLIN: (NC>)> Government the Church. of
are chairman of the affair In November council members ecumenism. Raymond
authorities in Poland Statements from several
of the
Rooks vice-president .
of Tampa, Cleawater St. Brown Is a good representative
Guild and Mrs. Joseph Earp MOST HOLY REDEEMER who art anxious to get saints theological scholars of various the
of and
Leo vitalizing
St. Petersburg, Dunedin, and
were in charge of dinner ar Final plans have been made off of the streets are causing faiths regarding the book's of Roman Pope astronaut meet
Father Lope will view the bridge building power
rangements. Assisting the for the card party to be sponsored confusion among the citizens ecumenical spirit Include: Catholic work: in the
Guild in sponsoring the par. by the Women's Guildon of Cracow. Several citizens ". There is no longer a New Testament field." (Kristen Astronaut John Glenn wu received on October .
ish event were Bill Welmer of October 22. Time will be ST. JOSEPHA have complained in letters to 'Protestant' or 'Catholic' ex Stendahl professor of 14 by Pope Paul VI, who told Glenn the

the Holy Name Society and at 8 p,m. and place is the so- covered dish supper will the newspaper "Polit>ka" egesis. I have been thinking Biblical Studies, Hanard first American to orbit the earth, that he extended *
Eugene Flgg of the Father clal I I hall, 8523 Normandy be held on October 26 by the that It bothers them to have not only of the eminent Catholic University) his good wiahea to all spacemen and to all who

Hugon Council Knights of Boulevard. Admission ii one St. Joseph Guild at Father the word "saint" dropped exegetes In Europe but The book New Testament are in various ways blazing the trails to outer
Anderson Hall at 7 from street
Columbus. dollar. p m. names.
Essays, contains discussionsof space. Between them is Monsipior Paul Mardnkui
the new approach to the of
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Hoey Bible; ecumenism and New of State.
Testament research; unity
for Catholicnews / and diversity I in New Testament -
ecclesiology, the Johannin -

man Eucharist and Baptism In St.
John; Qumran scrolls and the
Johannine Gospels and Epistles :

OF THE FLORIDA CATHOLICNEW New Catholic MW York YORK editor and welfare(NC a) former- A. Gospels; John of John the; Baptist the problemof and Edouard C. Craig

city historicity in John; the Contractor; and DUtnoutw; ;
will receive the 19ftS 1
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James J. Hay Awards for Gospels and John. A Comparison Viton M.t.l. Cmmis; 4
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Three The Porlcla Catholic, FrMay, October 22, 1965!)
Paul love .
urges for e .' tx -- --- ---

deplores superficial criticisms ( 'tl Diocesan experience helpsnew

Cuban refugees in Miami

VATICAN m\ (NC) Pope Paul VI in a fervent game structure, to the growthof

I exhortation to love the Church, deplored the superficial its vitality, which is her MIAMI! (NC) For the second time In five years,

criticism that is "incapable of understanding the mystery holiness and her capacity to the diocese of Miami is readying a welcome and prepare

of obedience! and the inner charity which bind and sanctify make the Gospel living and ing to offer spiritual and temporal care to thousand of

the ecclesiasucd community. contemporary. Cuban refugees.
enough) only' in the beginning
"Thk" pope Paul continued. Monsignor John J.
of the failings, weariness, defects Fitzpatrick chancellor and director
He was addressing a regular and archaisms of the "Is the method of untiring ; of the diocese's Spanish-speaking apostolate emphasized

weekly audience October reform which the conclllar ; that Catholics here
Catholic vorM But later it are "very happy to cooperateIn
13 attended by pilgrims from frequently falls into habitual constitution on the Chvrch ': welcoming and providing; for the needs" of the refugees. .
speaks. la about that
13 nations the United Slates, criticism which strikes at the us so .
Italy Frame Britain Ire- root and (ii superficial at the the will never cease In her was never meant to be easy,"

land Denmark, German, same time This criticism is renewal As negotiations between he added.A .

Austria, Netherlands! intolerant of ecclesiastical "It is a method that starts Cuba and the United States problem of this magnitude

Switzerland, Spain, Mexico, customs and rules. Incapablein from a consideration of iiiiAuxiliary continue through the Swiss he continued, is necessarily

and Brazil the end of understandingthe truths revealed of real religious Embassy in Havana to pro- the .government's: concern -

"Love the Church, beloved mystery of obedience and values, of the inexhaustible vide for orderly movement of "No doubt the tradition

ions, at this very special hour of the inner charity which fruitfulneos of traditional the refugees under Fidel Clio of cooperation between government

of its history and its life, the bind and sanctify the ecclesiastical doctrines. It is a method that tro's surprise announcementthat and private: relief

hour of the Council," the Pope community nourishes itself on the delightof Cubans may 11'1hll agencies will continue and

urged his hearers."Love this continual discovery in island, small boats began to will help to solve it," he said.
"There Is another line, another
the Church, above such a way that it overflows arrive at Keyeit loaded The Centre lllspano Calho-
method of Interest for
all because she has becomethe the Church's renewal," the into an apostolic and missionary readies for Mercy Medical dedication with escapees lice here, established about

object of the ink-rest of Pope said. dm e." !Monslgnor Fitrpatrick noted six years ago by Bishop Cola-

public opinion, which observes Pope Paul concluded: Mrs, Austin A Caruso, nested(" atcenter recording; secretary; standing, Mrs that for the great majority of man F Carroll of Miami, will
studies, and discusses "This method aims not at provide medical help, food
the "th familiar
Howard J. and refugees, one
president of the Auxiliary of Connolly, ;
people, events and problems separation and withdrawalfrom "WI' would understand and clothing and family counsel<<
regarding the Church her organic structure, admit the good in the first Mercy Medical Center in Orlando div Mr, William T Latham roriropond- here Is the thing Catholic they Church.'Of will\ find. ling, he said.
a< perhaps never before And which la concrete and has method of interest in the cusses! plan for the hospital's dayof Ing secretary. The dedIcation will take The downtown Spanish center

because within the Church the power of uniting It aims Church's life, but not unless dedication. October :3, with other place' at 2 p.m. Archbishop Joseph P. course our communitywill bore the brunt of the PLO)

herself has come an awakening at getting doer to her or- the good of the second integrates officers, : from left, seated, Mr,. Hurley and Governor H )'don Bunts be Inconvenienced and exodus of Cuban refugees b.

a ferment, a restlessness and preceeds it And Charles F. Callahan, vice-president ; will be guest speakers may at times be hard pressedto for the federal governmentgot

a hope, all of which agitate Baptist praises new to this we reserve, by preference Mrs Caruso, Mrs. James G. Kconomcm: provide all the necessary a program of relief under
her and shakes her the name of love assistance, but all out charity way.

makes her delve into her own Catholic liturgy -- --- Mnnslgnor Fitzpatrick said

conscience with an urgent BOSTON(1\C) A leading At Red MassLawyers that parhh Priests art arranging

series of It'll- umlnatlon." Baptist theologian stated here St. Augustine Ohio Knights combat programs.: of car forth

that "Catholics are being refugees and that Sisters
Pope Paul continued that
wiser than we" in reorganizing DCCW deanery engaged in social work In the
the Church's present fervor advised
worship services. He suggested swing to dioces will minister to the
for renewal "presents us with obscene literature
that Protestants needs of those who have ne
two eurrenli, running In different sots fall meeting
families in south Florida.
should follow suit
directions and at times secularism be fading
opposed" Rev. Pro Max L Mack- may V1VKSVII.LK: St By William flre*.* According I. Mon
house, professor at Harvardt'nls'ersity Patiuk parish Women's Club ('m.nmt' (M') Ohio Knights of Columbus are Bryan 0. Walsh, executive director
Describing these two current Divinity School C1N(1SS.\l1- Public law may be mirroring a correction will greet the St. Augustine( launching; a five-lmint plan to combat obscene literature. of the program operated

*, he said "\Se might speaking: at the 163rd annual of the nation'a "precipitous awing! ; to secularism lH>anerv' of the Iliocesan !Ilocco Veneeiano of Wooater activity chairman of to car for nnarcompanled

call one centrifugal and the meeting of the JnMiurchMastaclMiftctti Father Donald A Tcnoever of St. Gregory Seminary, Cotin<'II of C.lhllllcromrn to the Knights' state council, laid the Knights hope "to en- Cuban children sent by the

ether centripetal! Baptist Contention Cincinnati, suggested to lawyers and judgea at the annual the fall deanery meeting In lint I the help of community parents I. the I'nlted Stales

"The one it aroused rather said that Catholics Red Alias here. Gainesville on \\ednew1ay, mnnity on the extent of t h the r.lholle'rfare! Rure.n
ed that those in legal and judicial Novrmher 3. 1'W! 'Iradera amt clergymen: of
bv a consideration of earthly "have recognized thatchanges iThe Red Hess. Is a votive problem and amuse it to demand .f Miami "looks forward t.
and positions may exercise The meeting will he opened all faitha" in the campaign.The law .
In doctrine tighter enforcement
realities natured by the desire procedure Mass the offer- the piwrtiinlty of having
to understand the contemporary mart have rime effect of Holy Spirit their ollKes with prudenceand with the celebration of Massat obscenity campaign will ." these children reunited with

world to exalt I t s in the Man for It Is there equity I It was held her t :.10 a m at St Patrick parallel a four point plan approved Support legislation "d, their parents' ,"
(Mober S in the t'fn"IC'k ('hYn h and at the K, of C national .
becomes Vocations in
value and serve its needs, to that the laity aware sought signed to curb the publicationand
accept' its way s of feeling and of the nw spirit Chapel" of the Holy Spirit breakfast will be at 10 30 a mat convention last summer A distribution, of obscen Of more than t 14000 children .

speaking and living to draw Dr Wackhoue told ion college students "Keccot 11'1111I.1100 l t ," said the Holiday 'Inn followedby slale-wid survey will) be added film and literaturi." for whom the bureau I

from the experience 01( life a delegates that "in spite of imixiNC( | The !Ser-\ Father Tenoever in his er- the business session at to the program' In Ohio ; efforts of Citizens ,provided foster homes and
mot, "would seem" to Indicate II IS "(thto Knights will supplement Support education, with the
human and earthly theology our claims of freedom about ra International movement to for Decent Uterature coopers.thin
and to give Christianity new forms of worship and piety t'ft'Our.'ocat&ona to Uw thef'rnmHlt'a intreaslng" !truncheon will he served at the nationwide K, of CitiMent to attack the ,problem a of other Catholic dioceses
willingness to cooperate| with 1pm and a special programwill literature campaign: by !group 1331 are still under
expressions which follow not our orders of service\ are f frequently Priesthood U shifting emphasis through lawsuits and other
all religious denotninatton follow Adjournment III conducting statewide polls of r.rCl.
so much its own traditions as more cedlfled than in Britain from eflorts
the modern mentality And the Mass" among elemeniarv and high !Never before in our history be at3pm all dealers of magarlnrs and measures Mnnslgnor! Walsh noted that

schools base we wilnetned. mutual efforts hooks who wllllh to cooperateIn I.... Stark of Columbus, K. President Lyndon R Johnmn
this is all right, Pop Paul The Baptist ce.vtion to work in universalien.n IIr.t'rull."I'( shmild he
continued pre Meirt, Rev Dr Evan: J \ i4'I iie of talks at London f on the scale w. ace made with the Women's Cluh, cleaning this"racks of fit). of' ('. slat deputy said the has staled that priority shout\ t the

"But in order to arrive at Shearman, praised, the \'..11.un niverMty and Manchester now I' n. list i 1033, (;Ulnesvllle. acme literature, Mr Venetl- campaign<< would 'be fruitless given In the current exmlut

these results, this line often II declaration on reli is sersity will signal' the This maik a rhante' ; h.. nn. later ,than Fells, October ano said without "pniltlv aclliin by to parents of children now la
Indicated, from the innumeraNe this United States.
establishes a criticism, often glass 1I fr11. change u> t.'UCI.'I tl Total root I Is I!,7S and In- After (he survey, dealers parents and community lead
effort wrest from "
to era. "fhir goal Is and hat been
rlnries fee of who thai pornography
the nation the traditions. of re a agree from the beginning tn have

'I t.l I 11<<100" shah h. said have Ii rents. should not be displayed will. "Is it unr..e4ln.bl. for ouryouths thes children reunited with)
receive window deeal designating
ec-rured la the past 13() years. MIll fdelie Murphy, deanery a to think that pnrnngra. tn/ e I lr prnls." Monslgnnr
at "OfIpt'nllnlfm'rrhan. play Is atTeptahl and has Walsh mid "In' the event
Tor derates, II he Calhalle president, has anked that .." shin do nut| sellobscene approval when
each affiliation enter shrine more unaccompanied chlliln
Bishops .f the Tilted states hterilure.
using the "Thanksgiving' they see It boldly displayed com from Cuba, the bureau
have warned In vmerou annual
y ,f 4b ) sUlemeala of the grass them All shrinks' will. h* All 275 K of C councils In In our stores' h* asked Is willing and able to ....:1'1.t

whlik would Judoed on originality, unrfulne Ohio have been asked to parIk "Oir entire program I II them In the program "
en'e< uenre*
the geared In arouse the public In MiinnlKnor Fit/patrirk salt,
come I. the ml ion II the prerlpllavt s ai 1Ofn. or garden pile actively program
swing U secularism shrine' ingenuity in carryingnut Venestamo, called on clearly demonstrate that Ihl.Inrt that "all of us recognize the

were I* roRlinue." ke ailed. the theme, and spiritual each l In Mal council I to of thing I Is universally traumatic. tiperienc' the *
.nlfaraDl. -Form a dissent literature cnnnlilered unfit for roninmp- people will fare In lean m(

t,' Consequences) of the swingto rommilte lo promote tit lion" Mr Mark acid. their! hum. and coming to anew

snularitm h. CMttmuedtm formation of ritiirn' group country W* shall d a lud the. tragic slatiitu s Fifty' classrooms romfNMMwi of clergymen of all Paul CUudel/ play U what w* can lo ease the

of rim and the "increasing named for states faiths, bulneM and profess set in Jacksonville sho< k, Whatever w* do w*

proportion of crimes commit II UIIXIV TOWNSHIP, 'New "ioal men, rdurntori. ant shall dn without r.lurtanl"

led t bv our youth." as wall 1 1 Jersey |NCI "" 'Fifty rI.., later" l*.xWa Tlien* group HnII"'It.u: fill Sian. and without! counting the pe.

as "t h. obscene materialwhih rooms. M slates it lust sort would "..,lp educate" Dm com- day November 7, a french anal cost "
I professional' theater group
flows over our nalMM
of tell ,
together Hi my mind will
give a
In rivers *f pnUutmn -'''''''''''''\ _
That was now F'athar" ('yrdkklMnn.u.aplalnod bens votive
r r Bishop of a play by Paul Claitdel!
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hi ides
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candles in churches
nesting a turning m! ear na
to snow each of tilt M class "
drought To Mary, will t.I
Um ror one thing, the rcumenu '" 'n" tt" "n,,, ..
reams hi his new .Pot* Paul pOltTLt1Main.* (V-) presented at th* Sl.her Auditorium
( al spirit has ksaaied l to VI Hlfk Mml I M W wider Bishop Manle! J Fenny' of at Jacksonville t'nl-'

a degree the mutual ftars eoMirurtion hr, after "'"*. Portland f hat offered an end unity JACKSONVILLEHOMEOWNERS

among" the many dummma of the states t t.i the practice of Itht"'fIo" John 9 DIMS of the Alllanr
K of C organize in Palatka bum lie said T. Mop sour t the rtu4iMs' tive candles t In church of Franrali" Jarkannvlll hilt
"W,, all I .Hrtlllge Amen
.Interest Father Met amnll thll ittorrs. n'ed that while Ih F
annrn+ play
F, 'hcr Dal T 0 5hn, ert'e* rf r r' f 1. r-w .r:1:i J.tln, liege, tau admit that .religion, mud
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govtiior supply a partorithe will b* given' m r"r.n<''h, the
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Ft Monica( \ parish | Uw school with a state MatMp girder .1 that theprarttr them hi a universal appeal

for a local Knights of Columbus mast Kchweor. district wtffta; set 'a state. church h...said flag acid. a stata sal, slang he haltwt It soon as and understanding" of it doe- w ...r. J.d WilL; I' Agasth"r ]
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council with members of the K of C George C Miller Jr caukdidart torJACKSONVILLE atf with a teller. of encourag current supplies of candles not re'|Ulr. a complete fimili : "-- f '.21"
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The Life of Our Lord Gods.

Catholic CommentMercy

'We have found the Christ' Much religion is learned at homeGOD

Medical Center Orlando His public life begins shares with parent Rather, help him to see that
great privilege of our service of God Is a free',

given service, rendered out of
the Baptist passing on the light of Faithto love for God.Almost .

SATURDAY, October 23, will be a Mercy Medical Center. How much better LEAVING disciples they had subsequent generations. It Father every child can be

for our Diocese on every count for people volun. been, Andrew and John went Is an awesome responsibility, Leo J. 1 expected to test his religu:

and particularly for the people of central tartly to subscribe a couple million with Jesus that afternoon, not because It it not Just this : freedom at one time or <:
dollars than to be of to His home in One he
compelled to pay course Tresshome other. evening ira
Florida. The dedication of Mercy present child whose spirituallife
much more than that in taxes T Nazareth three days away, Frank J. rl rebel against taking part T
Medical Center, Orlando, that after. but to whatever shelter He is dependent upon his pan the family rosary Or, at bc,:.

noon will) put a glorious crown on longyealti The new hospital will be supervised had found for Himself near &heell"Ise i ents. lie In turn will be the time he may say "I den, t
by the Sisters of St who have transmitter of the Faith to his .
of tireless endeavor, selfless giving Joseph the Jordan a cave perhaps want to say my prayers
labored In Florida with dedication and There they stayed with Him own descendants perhaps to

and enduring hope. distinction for almost a century Thus for what remained of the day.It be numbered by the hundredsand Is pervaded by a spirit The response to such ten.
In the neighborhood of four Medical Center will the is characteristic: that John thousands, through all the Ing should al'ry casual
Costing Mercy
join esteemed of faith "
right son (daughter
does word of centuries to come. From this ),
not give us one
million dollars, the new hospital will ranks of the more than 800 His I parents are visibly don't have to. This
if like the blood line you li
the conversation. But it was Evangelists, one can come a of
be a major contribution both to the Or. general: hospitals in the United States decisive we concentrate upon each host of saints or a host of grateful to God in times Cod something we do for Cod; t because

Jando area and to the entire state. Nor that function under Catholic auspicesand thing that Our Lord did and spiritual derelicts. prosperity. resigned to swill we love Him, nut because

is the significance of this contribution which care for almost 16,000,000 Andrew went to find his each thing that He said. These Some parents place too in time of adversity con we must"Moreover
fident of God's care and help
brother Simon and said ".
lost on Florida's Governor Haydon patients annually. things are priceless, whateverthe much confidence in religious
hive found the thrlst." in time of trouble. They are since a child it
Burns who Is scheduled to be present! order of the doing or saying knowledge. They feel that if
Noteworthy Is the reply of Our Lord consistently truthful, reverentand not obliged to assist at Sun,
at the dedicatory ceremonies to be Simon went back with him, they send their child to a charitable in speech, Mass until after the age of

performed by Archbishop Joseph P. when at the beginning of His public to be told by Jesus that A\e reading the Gospelsto ; Catholic school or at least to free from racial and other seven' he should not be force :
life He asked for of His are
was a proof
Hurley who In turn will travel especial. whereas his name was Simon, meet Him. Since we try to religious instruction classes, types of prejudice. generousand to go to church if he object
Divinity: "Go and relate what he should be called his spiritual future Is assured.
you Cephasor in
toward those the of
Even after
ly for the occasion from Rome wherehe Ihe by Him, and hope we helpful age sever
have seen," He told his Inquisitors. ai we say, Peter). The They, the parents have done need thoroughly honest In all if the youngster claims
is at present! attending the Ecumenical should die for Him, It wouldbe i
Council. "The blind see, the deaf hear, the lame word meant rock. Simon must strange not to want U all that can be expected of business dealings quick to stomachache or a headacH

walk, the poor have the Gospel preached have been puzzled. At that know Him, to know Him personally them. forgive and to seek forgive- as an excuse for staying home

The Orlando community, Catholic to them." A Church which claims moment he did not know, as \ to respond to Ills personality However, it Is an unhappy ness if marital quarrels oc from Sunday Mass, It is better

and non-Catholic alike, is to be highly Christ as its founder must also be able Catholics have known these fact that there are many ex- cur. to take him at his wof

commended for Its spirit of private enterprise to point to its Christ-like interest in last nineteen hundred years, Catholics who as children, child however dubious his CST! : >
the point of the new name. \\e must watch that last were well instructed in the In a home like that, a

and self-sacrificing!! gcnerosl- the afflicted Mercy Medical Center is Our Lord's Public Life had word Theologically, it relatesto truths of the Catholic Faith really learns the meaning ef may Further seem., when a

ty without which Mercy Medical Center just! one example of the practical application begun How long was it to Him as Second Person of Some of these fallen.awaysare religion. Even: In such a child Is taken to church.young he

would not now be a reality. In of the mercy and charity of last Three years, we say confidently the Trinity. But for the moment products of eight, twelve home, however, there are two should not be threatened w."''

financing the new hospital by means Christ to modern conditions How true But not one of the I am using it in the and even sixteen years of Important cautions to ob dire consequences if he dot

of voluntary donations, both individualand are the words of Pope Paul VI to the Evangelists tells us in so modem manner When we Catholic education. serve a bit of squirming.. He is n i

corporate, the people of Orlando United Nations General Assembly, many words. They simply speak of a man's "(K'rsonall. The trulh Is that a child In The first caution is' !Never "hurting Jesus: not the
had not interest in dates "
have exemplified the fine American that the Church makes her own "the and such our ty we have in mind the effect much less Influenced by what use God as an instrument of Jesus who blessed and smi.t '

tradition of private enterprise! and voice of the poor, the disinherited, the Matthew and Mark and he produces upon other he hears from a leather than discipline From the very be. upon the children who wr
people: one man has a strong
private ownership. Every corporation, suffering, of those who hunger and Luke give us almost no indi personality another a weak, by what he sees and unconsciously ginning a child should learnto pestering Him

every business, every home in America thirst for justice, for the dignity of cation at all-one might be one has a pleasing personality absorbs In his ewe see God as a God of love Parents will not make mar
It is a horrible injustice, bothto mistakes If they keep clear .
Is protecting its own Interest by supporting life, for freedom, for well-being and left with the impression that another an unpleasmg home
God and to child to tell a in mind their two objectivi
private institutions such as progress" everything happened withinone What effect has Jesus pro- Religious Instruction Is necessary little tot, "God dnewt love To help the child to see Glj,)
>ear. John, writing a duced us thus far? I certainly. A child "
upon you when you're naughty as Someone who loves h" >
good thirty years after the think it is no exaggeration to must learn the body of revealed It is an even worse abuse to tremendously, and who en*.

_. last of them puts us straight say that, in the modern sense, truths. But it is the religion tell a child, "That was a big tmues to love him even who

The yardstick about that He mentions three lie has shown almost no per. which "rubs off" from sin you commuted" when the he is "bad; and to see religion
Patch feasts of Passover
sonality. There is a cryptic parent to child which really youngster is not even old as a Invit'eI tour "
Our Lord baptism in the answer to His mother when determines the offspring's enough to be capable of sin own ('holcf'lte free<

I No American 'line' in Council Jordan before comes the Passover a month of or two the lie was twelve and another to spiritual future Another caution is !Never give to God out of love tol

first year. He Is crucified at John at His baptism when lie That child li blessed whose font religion on a child. 111m.Everyman' .
was thirty; there are threet
the Passover of the third
By Msgr, George ro, Higgins other words, that the subject lag bine Is built around the count there r x t S from Deuteronomywhich
matter of schema II II too British hierarchy, not t k jear By our II* quotes to Satan
September 29 the Chicago would be just two years anda familyChildren
0V contingent or changeable to American. adding t two words of His own
in between.
small fraction
Daily News carried he treated authoritatively In (Begone, Satan! ).
Its Moreover it Is not by But by Jewish counting It
a report by Rome any
a permanent conclllar con lie had impressed the
correspondent, George VVeller stitution. stretch of the imagination reckoned as three years learned' men In the and television
Temple n
which was headed "Bish "the most compact pressure most of the first, the whole of
a clever boy He was obedientto
ops Want Vatican II to Lower As Mr. Weller puts It, they group in the council," nor is the second and up to about
His and the town By Monslgnor John C. Knoll made
parents by the doc ton to the
tray promiscuity and of com
Sights." According to Mr. want to be sure that the form it .a "secret" bloc except in Faster of the third.
Weller, who has covered of the schema "does not pre. the sense that its meetings, approved of Him He had fasted IT has been estimated that surprise of parents It was merrials tha' openly use set
Irom now on, we shall be forty days in the desert discovered that those childrenwere
Home offand-on for a number vent them from later updating like those of all of the other In the United States children to sell productsOne .
of years, a bloc of English their ideas as science national, regional, or lan concerned with what the Reread the early chaptersof between the age of three" spending from 27 to 50 parent a devout Lutheran
Evangelists: tell of the Luke. What
us hours
'speaking Bishops from changes the world. This Is guage groupings within the picture and 16 spend as much at one- a "week inside that put it this way "They'rs

all over the world have an accurate reading of the council, are, naturally, closed Public Life' emerges? sixth of their waking hours little box, to use the phrase not only offensive to taste"

agreed in "secret sessions" mind of at least a sizeable to the press.I But they set us another He was devoted t. Ills heavenly watching television. On the The sick children recovered but day In and day out the

held outside the plenary meet minority of the council I I might add that there Is problem. Just as they have t'.lherlllf') was resolute, average this is more time quickly when their TV was do make a statement ,

ings of the council that schema lathers with regard to the a little too much careless talk not our interest in dates, they not I tl b* turned from Ills than they spend in school. Another cut off When it was only cut cynical statement abet

13 on the Church In the handling of the schema on the In the press about the "se do not mind much about the ways what lit had to say He study indicated that the down the recovery was slow something Christians consi'. i '!

modern world is "too Imperfect Church in the modern world cret" strategy of various order of events. Their whole said briefly. average TV viewing time for rr It was also discoveredthat er God given and sacred

to be acceptable as long- On the other hand. I would groups of Bishops within the concern Is with what Our Lord children is 210; hours week. the more sensitive and introspective

range!;: policy" and "are plan. seriously( question Mr. VYcl- council, and notably of the did and said; but they arrange Make a list of all the qualities Excessive: watching of TI.Is child could easily The (hrlMlin altitude I Is'ward
clog to ask Pope Paul VI to Icr's statement that the move Americans. things according to the you associate with Christ develop an addiction for TV body and the senses
know t I. la
reduce the Vatican Council's to lower the council's sights plan they had in their own Our Lord then see how many produce some The recovery of some of the Is joyful reverence The Tl
commitments to a lower with respect to this schema The plain fart .f the matterIs mind in the construction of of them He has shown so far rhlldrri between three and It children was Impeded because attitude too often seems t* be
that the Americas Bishop yearn of age an Illness which of never mind modesty gel in
.cal.. Is being spearheaded by a "secrl't their Gospel. Very few I think Nothing at parental addiction to

"The Bishops," Mr. Weller bloc" of English: .speaking as a group have n* strategy The result Is that they' do all to suggest His lovingness "tired hut been thUd described S)drome.."as the the machine. there and sell

reports, "are suggesting retreat Bishops built largely secret or otherslsesith not all give the same order of But those qualities that Unit a constant diet of TV The general agreement In

In all ;.lumility, at'know. around the 220:! Americana" respect to the .status or ronelllir happening. The main lines are spring to your mind when you Among its symptoms are does U the emotional life of the Industry used to b* that

ledging! the limits of their own weight schema 13. clear, but scholars do not ilw think of Him: how did you chronic fatigue loss of appetite the child Is not s* eitlly determined. the "before seven" hours belong
Judgment. They fear that the To the best of my know. There simply lang any \merl- ) s agree where a particular come by them? By meeting headaches and vomiting. to the children, that

Church may be hurried by internal ledge, this Is not an accurate ran "line" on this particular detail comes. I shall follow Him in the Gospels for yourself Thirty children suffering from "seven to ten" time is for

pressures or external report.It muter, the arrangement of the or only by hearing great these complaints I I were A United States Senate subcommittee family programs, and after

demands into making premature li true, nf course, that In fait, it hal never even great Dominican J
doctrinal utterances that the Jo.n,1isb.apeaklng: Bishops horn discussed by the Americans Per l.agrange.In : ing at pictures by great masters where, after observation the manship of Senator Thomas The only problem here is that

will fetter later generations." meet periodically to discuss meeting as a group. our reading we shall b* ? excessive diagnosis" was Dodd cam to some conclusions many of the daytime hours

There Is a certain amount concillar problems of mutual The same is true with regard One war that violence are now bf'lnllal'd f for the replay

ef truth in this report. Many interest. !It Is completely to the specific problemof breedstolnc. Steady *xpofurt of former adult shows

ef the council Fathers, including false, however, to say that the war and peace which was Question box by an impressionable and movies

some from English,:: .speaking so.called Kngllih: speaking debated' again in the council child to a regular diet of Senator Dodd committee

countries, would undoubtedly bloc Is built around the Americans during the first week of October fightirgs beatings. stibbings, reported that in I IW. for e\

prefer to see schema 13 Many. critics of schema Can Vatican be moved from Rome? and shootings can stimulatehim ample. 47 per rent of the
to similar solutions
reduced: from the status of a 13's handling of this very ta shows presented during t'estalled '
constitution to that of an allocution !. \merlran participation In difficult problem seem to be life s problems This. is true children!
the periodic meetings of the I), M whit have forgotten that even In a stalled! hours n"--c
or message,:: of collective under the I impression that the age mir a never stress. violence as an Integra)
pastoral letter J-ngIiRh.spt'lkln: ( Bishops I Is American Bishops are work. Catholic not eat meat 1ft rrl- l1 Mm, !So, perhaps simplicity child part of the entertainment

'hardly more than nominal Ing behind the scenes to prevent dais? I always thought It was k has some virtue. \Shen a child is under more This Is
They are of the opinion, In the so-called. I'nlllllh.spn": Monslgeer, all the more reason
the council from condemning from the age .11 until death. ,4. At one remote ,station severe than normal emotional that parents should keep a
the possession of 4." J. D, during the war, I said Mass pressures became of an tn-
not the
Others tell me I am wrogt eve only on
nuclear for oo a pool table It was low, happy horn situation then
M. J weapons purposes that after 60 of quanitv but ale on the '
on* qualu
Murray years age ( ... his
.1 but better than the engine ofa insecurity and fears '
tif national defense. This is tin tit meat on days of ibstlnenre. be can of T\ t being absorbed bv th. .
sheer nonsense Jeep compounded by the a grv children
Along with a aha: "

Strange but true The American Bishops( have A You are right: the othersare t. Her: since the Second characters use reaction of television eye two other bits of *'q"i ,

never taken a position on this wrong World War stories have been went art required I One' "+ a
matter, and again/ have nev words about the Incarnation circulating that sue of the Evn TV commercials ran couple of quick and stror

Copyright, 1965, NCWC News Sorxlc tren discussed it as a Q. I know II Is nut possibleto in the Creed. Only on Christmas fopes will\ eventually move have their eHe:t on impresSMMbte fingers for returning t ,

group Moreover, the record commit a mortal sla wltH- and the feast ol the Annunciation the'atk... to Jerusalem It ) voungst.rs. One switch ta its off position V

1o "r MIDClI Ante. f 1Ii will show that they had absolutely out full advertence Does this is ht to genuflect there any nth In this* mother tells of a young daughter other I. a couple of ears w h

,IVOPYww MAVC wile uK IILII..D1tI mow'' 1NIU t nothing ta do either also apply t. the sacrament Q. .\. electronic device can Is SI. peters a. marked face who refuted to wash hr can suddenly go deaf to *

Alt OHM tVMKXOI 0> nth secretly or otherwise of rename? Is It possible tof pick a whispered confession that It can be tikes apart and fUy because the actresses dren'a shrill protests
IT WAS' UIID TO K kl with the drafting of the particular make a bad confession without I'block ouUWe 1Mtlul''lI. moved elsewhere* on the soap ads onjy madea TV' can be good It can a'b : '
110..., ar"II, -- ,;_ a away, fw 'ircular
,R'arc"sstArucmr, chapter of schema 13 knotting that you art d* resulting la a lifetime h this one of the reasons sweeps with misused especially! *
....0 OIWI" _uOIOU.OIJICT' which! deals with the problemof Ing so? .f unhapplnest. the Pop. went U visit Jerw-. the latN-r There is nothing Large doses.
nuclear especially serious about
weapons .A'ou cannot make a bad tit bat is the ('.th.lic ttinrra salem jail year* but this,
on* wonders about the
Those who are dissstisfied confession without knowingit this? A.'tour -
doing I* combat rumor is totally\ of
.1 avrrroLar u with the present' text t of this you cannot make a bad A You are reading bin new to mf'. and totally false programs that por.These '
chapter of the schema' and confession without. willing It. It would '' f1ortda.
YGAMrotroe much science' fiction t:1: <<- probably to easierto '
Sets. A think that the council ought \' cannot make bad -
a confession -
ironic devices are marvelous, mm* tile Empire Mat ---- -- -
v lw'ClFMM7Nsr eloNrwANo ti> com out with an absolute when you honestly but they offer no threat tit tAe BuiMmf t. Jerusalem than to answers are from Catholic

OlW( I.Uer or unconditional condemnation wish and try to make a lOudanI' seal of confession. tremfer M Peter Basilica "T1* (*?"!* Bot" role
11V irn 4Lt0 ANO of the pomesiion of nu- Pot
1WN0N0 DOwN Paul went to Jemlm **- ducted: by M.ntlnor
1111 r Blear weapons for defensivepuiposes I with II.lonwsy. .
r ?AeD Av oue1o Q. agree year Naiareth: and Bethlehem ..... .
lJl s IOIND, owe are perfectly free to (t. 1 am in oldster and a defense of Mr present table to visit and venerate places aali"nallf] ksw*. "..... .-.,. "".... lot

ewer lay so, but they ought to be traditional! but U. accord altars. Vic new order l I. still mad sacred by the life of lurani,<, Hired I )*.rU ', 11frW, ar. ...

or werwrtfiANlDdre. mature enough U>> argue the with the liturgical changes a bit confuting to Illf'. hut 1 Jesus while H* was on *arth. gwestku ltlgod. pkawt, .sew 'cm 1- nnae...

MA.A4( MAU.' i issue on its on merits insteadof Mr questivij 1st What arc ge along with It a* .beat I tae, It also gave him opportunity The FUridj .*...... SSI M Iw* M ea"
( latbolic .
Hlaw r ar rwV1 taking out their frustrations they? It will b* OK when tile MW to visit with the Krvmenical: U w.. rr MM., Ha
Orbllde. 550 ,.... ..
isawo nrc t, the American irrhdlocetan laitrue- a w e i 'str.
srr&N en liishops.To Our initials art available.
of "- .. .
/ Constantinople 4140"I
'Ii II ''r W Wtl./ e4 rwneT ( MAN try to make a scapegoat ties !leaflet has the ward la 1113. I was employed asa and thus t> begin a rtstora- M..e.. awe,. isr... we .... ..
t4, Aewoo of the American hierarchy on genuflect la red ink la the R. R. T.I.craphtrhat ton of fmndJup and communication s. ,- ?ra muse sea urn, w.a.r w
/1 al Mr.i"nWf1y w44 n this highly: controversial issue Creed, at the reference to Is DOW know as the CaaadUaNational with the Orthodox with Israeli an4 J r4ia>aaaoMiers as wras..iNYeon.

ji 'Joe TiARA.'r'IN n.rowtanNC Is a cheap form of sensationalism Christ's birth; but ne one, got R. R., northwest .f Cburch It was the first watching: each other

eTNtcar.w and on* that Is tree the Sitters, genuflect Ft. MUlUm. Olin! such meeting since the Council U bawls
,jI strangely out of character ,V. The leaflet is Our missionary she. see I ..i
I vn.& en sea( iM l for out of date sometimes of Florence in 1O q l>. Ik* liturgical, reforms MM. It*.
+wr e.o rev men and women who rightly It was printed before thervibru.1 traveled by dog team, Jerusalem: w>yM be a poor *.* betnc .- ew IM SMrt >
iwr 'vwf hfMghl
I Pr reefiNP Nee w wN 1 a ft Ma qNrrN.IY place such a high premium on : n( the Mass were revised said all Mss at my tuilon plate for the Pop to reside! lit have a.. tklir I. 4. skont. .1 iM.4
; with the .
w .we eu. the vangelical: rf in Home. the .. kitchen table '-
i.srr"t virtues
a using
a the .
new present days It Is ( .. ..
K e'ra.e.v, h, Dice.io a t tv tier ol Fauna 1 "-
er As s nle
rUW Sr at awe A se N.tr.A..NN N. fINlwO truth .JutK. honesty a a d rubrics ofi sal rules now table r""lt." sd t.o kettles divided' by a wall and a neutral Its.?
S.aov, chanl,. direct the Priest to bow served at media kcMers. I
at the
11 TO
DO man's i..tnd- Friday *
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and substance FIve UM Florida Catholic, Friday, October 22, IDW

Pope Paul VI in 'the glass palace'THE ,; : The week in liturgy

French daily La Croix Griffiths, -auxiliary Bishop of i, Christ performs signs

a wag as saying New' York, who died during
ef the' POpe'1 ..t to the Unit. this council! Five years ago, f ,yb9
ed Nations "Paul VI comes as a Catholic official connected and wonders every dayBy
not to FnthcrJahn
carry the last sacraments
with the U.N? he was vigorously
to the I.N, but the ,I k'
p.Fheeila. defending the organization tf Father Paschal Boland OJ5.B.
unction of strength to help it against fellow-Catho!
fulfill its mission Sunday, October 24ZOTt'
tics, nourished mainly by editorials
the Here in Rome what strike in tabloids, who de. Sunday after Pentmjut (Mass of Sunday,

In American moet forcibly spited the U.N. as a "debat ., Creed, Preface of Trinity.)
my opinion it the fact "
ing society, "a nest olaples"or
that he has given hIS hearty "the glass palace on the W* may have become so familiar with the sacraments thatit
approval to the world organic mer" Would that he were li possible for many of us not to comprehend their meaningin
ration As the Pope enteredSt he had asked for admission in St. Peter's to greet the a realistic way Have the sacraments ceased to be something
t Peter on his return the of Red China to the I: N Pope on his return from New sr wonderful Have they ceased to Inspire us and make ui
huge!! bells of the basilica though they conceded" that he York and to witness the remarkable enthusiastic in the practice of our Faith?

sounded the choir sting i spoke of nations who desire demonstration ot Christ chided the court official who wanted him to come to
hymn of thanksgiving and the and deserve' the common con gratitude and approval on the Caphamaum to heal his son who was critically ill. "Unless
assembled Bishops burst wit ftdcme hardly a dcktrip part of the world's Bishops.I you see signs and wonders you will not believe" (Gospel). The
In applause! such as the Pope lion of Red China rememberividly also my father persisted in his request and thus manifested his belief
had not previously received The great overwhelming own experiences foe years la Christ, and his son was miraculously restored to health.

from the council Fathers fact however li that the Pope ago Because of my views expressed { The signs and wonders that ". constantly witness today
The instinctive reaction on has given: his blessing I. the in this column ana art those of the sacraments. In baptism we see water pouredon
the part of moM Americana. I'.N. This was (he high point also because of my editorial fsF the forehead of the one being baptiiad as a sign of the
undoubtedly was to ask them of hu IP<<'<'h. "Our message praise of the U.N. in the miracle and wonder of the Divine power removing the stain
aches the question now that Is first of all a moral and Catholic World, 1 received a of original sin and Impregnating the soul ef the person with
it is all over what has'I h e 'nfllcmn ratification of t hi.I torrent of protects' from Catholic Mercy Medical Center to be dedicated ..ndlfylnllJ'lc*. Ac see an alien being mad a citizen of the
Pope actually done Here lofty Institution" readers. One big Catholic kingdom of heaven; we see God adopting a human being sa
and there you might find a organization invited me to Mon.i nor Terence! J. Farrelly, diocesan hospital will be dedicated by Archbwh- His child; we see one being made an heir of everlasting happiness .
journalist who claimed that He went on to state that he speak at their annual Communion representative, accepts" the keys op JoHoph P. Hurley at 2 p.m on Octobir In every sacrament there Is .outward sign Indicating
the Pope| had tipped his hand bin predecessors and the Breakfast, then notified to in Orlando from 23. Governor Haydon Burna will the Inward wonder of grace that takes place.
Mercy Hospital
as to his decision whole Catholic
on the forth episcopatewere me they had revoked the
William W Bradham. an official of the addrt the people gathered for the October 25
control' question when he told and are convinced that invitation because I had written ,
the I N they must strive to this world organization "rrp a Catholic World editorial Pan American Engineering and Construction occasion." The public Is welcome to Mesa M on "nd_,.. ((2nd Prayer of Sta. Chry anthu

multIply bread rather than resents the obligatory course approving the U N On asking Company of Orlando The attend and Darit, Common Preface),
favor an artificial control of of modern civilization and for an explanation I was told
birth world peace" that my views were out of line In the latter part of the third century this Christian bar
Other journalists claimed Shades of Bwhup James with the views of their lotal hand and wife were martyred by being burled alive In a sand)
That pit on the Salarlan Way near Rom They were true branchesof
diocesan paper year Paul's address had
10, I visited, the Near Kant Pope Christ Who ..td. "11m the Vine; you are the branches'
Southern Bishop advises for ecumenical purposes and (Gospel and their martyrdom has borne fruit for the kingdom
of heaven.
off at
on the lilY stopped
Rome to find out Vatican's UN Tuesday October M
caution in reading material attitude to the UN Monsignor profound impact on I
Giotanetti, In charge of St. r.,arlllhl..*. (Mara of one or more supreme pontiffs I

U' N affairs for the Secretaryof Gloria, Common Preface.) i
:N.\"IIS II.UC: (: ) BishopVilhajn. L Adrian of Bj Alba 7iminlaMWO regardless of dlCferrnl"ulr(
Nashville Mid here there in much confusion and doubt State told me the Vatican >..\.. Vnlce rae, creed and Ideology" This Pope and martyr was the fourth successor ef M
Catholics was unquestionably In favor Urk The Impreiwon transceiulrnr over all Peter and occupied the see of Rome for eight years Immediate
about ( This
among Church teaching today In a it t'1'rn.1Il1'S. New t profound -
of the UN.. and that was
I after St. Clement) H was a Greek by birth and died
barriers of color or ly Pop *
lengthy official notice appearing. ; October 8 in the Tennessee aware of "pockets of resist made by Pope| t'aul1'. address at the United race, loA D.
? Renter. nrw'plllf'r.of .N'," in Catholic circles in Nations wu reflected In one speech after another as the creed as Thl Han of Burma in
.he dMcn" the prelate Mid : Ole true dndrinr and prKU- the l' S. On leaving, he urgedme U.N. General Assembly continual iU annual general de described It, wan another aspoet Wednesday, October 2T
of the Church" of the Pope messagewhich
..Be then urcuimpeit In to "push, push push the bate. received continuing MM M on Sunday (Common Preface.)'
about "1A't the faith jmi have U N" on my return home.
reading what
jour ti held to through the yearn 1M There were no diplomatic The historic significance ahead we i hall prove worthy re pome.. Christ did provide many signs and wonders to the people!
of the Pope's ..ppr..nr.btforeo of the mesaga he entrustedto of Ills times (Gospel) The purpose ef genuine miracles Is ta
jour geode; and If something platitudes in the Pope ad. Several!' tike Kelema l \lfnf <
Fr. Murray improvingin urn is proposed be sure It dress to the IN lie grappled the assembly the us I Ethiopia: emphanlird that confirm a truth declared or to prove a person's holln.... lath I I

Rome hospital has the approval ef the Holy with specific 'Issues, and his deeply spiritual| inspiration<< The nnltrrtalily nf t h e "fullett lupport" should be can of Christ, the Son of God. rnlracl attested the truth
of His teachings ai "'.1111 Ills sanctity. This Is the reason for
lather and the Itoma ( engregalhmi major point was approval of of hia mevMige and above glues la "his appeal for the
IIIMh; |I'I-Father John "Pope's appeal was tingled!: out the miracles that Christ performed as He went from place ta
whkh he directs, the world organuatxm all bin own compelling humility reduction of armaments and
( 'UI"1I'MurrlY' SJ an he ads I hid. received repeated by Nuhu liamall of Nigeria, the ese of funds I* gained. 'for place, preaching, teaching, and explaining Divine truths la
,Vtieman expert at the Feu-' : The ml Is up le is \mtrl.ta. she laid: economic development." parables
nirncal, ("OUI'I<'II. is recover The prelate has been<< Bishop comment.
Cathnllcs If we want t*
ins; In !Hornet Sahator Man' of Nashville lUlU IKK i. The Oaln'' Umail bin Dato'. nf "The impact of His llolmens ""I. stand against colonial-' Thuraday, October 28
di If' spit tal l after suffering a diocese" covert all of Tennee keep la sire with the Church, Malaysia summed up what rope| Paul's message on us i Ism," declared SN Oc1.kllr Ala. Simon and lad. (Mass of feast, Gloria, Creed
cn'Urncd! lung see Catholics: number about we should actively "pit,,," the teemed' the univertal reaction hl nothing to do with whether t'ganda, "Is a sourr of Preface of Apostles.)

Father Murray is reported HfiOilO t'N. of L'N delegates and sec we were Hoinan\ Catholics strength to all those, particularly
to be recovering slowly, but The Reship said] we thouM retanate members alike when or Protestant ('hrl""I"I.r in Africa, still under the Little Is 'nn.D)1 these two ApontUi Their names are
i Ie working M ........ improvement show the utmotit charity toward It represent In the Pope's he said "This rostrum .... Moslems. or people of no re. terrtbl yoke and a warning listed among the tw.Iv*. St Simon Will called "The Zealous'
for the council nonCathoJici and unite phrase, "the obligatory course came hallowed ground (for a ligton at all I nearly i .1 I d"people against regimes established ,because of his seal for the. observance of the Jewish law h.for. .
iHizwuk ufcertv (tfchtraueflwruie with Uwm w civic and social of modern ctvOUalion and brief 30 minute It is Itnpo- of no faith at all.' but on the basis of pride and ra he was called by Christ to follow Him St. Jude, ales
.. lie n confined to bed activities. but hi rebginn wt world pt'1'e." The alteniatrt, sible not to feel the Import that would not be correct for rial superiority rather t than known as ThadiUus, was the brother of St. James the Younger
Thev..""hlock. Maryland must always be Catholic .is the nuclear bomb and 1 of the great rail to peace that we all share one faith with on humanity and equality," and the author of a brief Fplntl,

("ll1r! 1' UK'nltigiap) hold a' wait "TJie god eiample of the don't see how any Christian Jill IMineis Pop. Paul VI the peat Pontiff namely Diallo Abdnulay of Guinea Tradition relates that these two Apostles were preachingthe
alia, 11In Vtrnilx-, \<*,\ Catheter. |rMg puhhr wit can reject the peace organization mad to the entire. world nf 'faith in humanity W* he declared the Popn'i words Gospel, Persia when thy were martyred. Chrlit's prophecy
fleas to (Twist. Is 'by far the and choose the weapon, humanity through the reprelentativel !hive In the kind of world that t should lead to an understand came true la their. regard "If they persecuted Me, they
best way to attract mmathelHt that mutt Inevitably transform of the 117 nations h* lubes u. all to join In Log of the Imperatives In the will abe persecute you" (Gospel,
4..1.1.-1 ..wea. (" te the true Cherch." th* whole world into a gathered here I ran only hop Prating a world In which w* "glgantlf tank of the llbera October 2Ma .
Biahup Adrian said" cemetery that la the months and yean 1'11It"\ together In peace, lion omen and nations and Friday,

.. h.i..a.i, .. .....14A"I ......... the affirmation of their equallty" ** M MI Sunday (Common Preface);
>J.,," S_;.. :"': t'A. ; "' : ":
VA 4U71 Neck surgery held : ".I, ,: : ... ; ;:; Among the signs and wonders performed by Christ the
ST. AUGUSTINE for Boston Cardinal ... Ignacio Irlharren !Borges of greatest Is the. sacrament ef the Holy Eucharist!: which He
t. .\. ..... \.l )',' Veneruela stressed that t hie inaugurated' at the Last Supper when He hanged the substance
BOSTON (NCI Richard 'f>' r::1)i1 ., "' tl .' Lwl Pope's message was a1Hrfed ... of bread and wine Into III* own Body and Blood for Ills

Cardinal Dishing of Bo f>n '" \. ')II"' r I ,' I' "not only to mankind, but dltclples te consume This miracle continues la the Holy SacrV
underwent an operation at MKtiwheths I In the first place to those fire of the Mill as Priests of tva"l"narIlUoa fulfill Ills rnaiw
hospital her lor seated her whose duty It ,laIn dale to de this .la rmmbrance of himself of III. birth His
removal ef a growth on huneik \ build peace"Rrcalling suffering and death Ills resurrection, and HI. stoenikm
;rpAL\ which the prHate said 1 < ;",.
bothered' him because it rubbed SIyr the Pnnllff's "f f .Saturday. October MMaM

on his cellar errors t* Its M eraturlrs lit of the nbwMd Vlrgta Mary for Retarda*i.
MEMORIALc Or James Dnonan the Car> (;1 rfrslr for a raatrrtalloa/ with
Gloria. Preface of Bleeeed Virgin.)
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s..r. All M Pfrtermed the. efieratjen 01 I "It was as If IllsHolliKM W* now come te the end ef a month d* Ow
> >. tobrr I It tlie Cardinal did were saying I* aiIt : lady Quen ef the. Mot Holy Rosary Let as el Mass today
*4, 7rd A.*. S.. rh. 147 eWJ not rrmam in the hospital but mat despair If la yes r It pray with Pope Paul VI and all the Priests hi the world. ,

ST. PETERSBURG returned] to his t.NChotk tab years .f Ills yn hav arhlevd the glorious I Intercession ef blesied Mary ever Virgin, nay we
10110 ing the surgery ..1, pet .f f she west task he delivered from all present sorrows and enjoy everlasting,
Imposed .n ,*...'' happuies (II'r.,... *f the Assembly).

HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL "Who was not moved to anew
rrHertiott' on the fate of
A? C."J +:'.4 CKepJ r\i 14 AI this organization'" asked J KYLE-McLELLAN INC.

FOSTER E. HEATH. F-el Det*of' Rudolph Grimes of |Liberia ,

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1411 Florida Catlmllc. Friday October 22 1985!
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Improving your study skills r YOUTH

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Why study skills are important Bishop Moore

Bishop Barry
I Bj Dr. James ;Michael Los At the outset It must be

I'nhersify of Notre DameMOST recognized that effective High School High School
people think that .,- + .44 wa a
studying U a science This Is
)ing is something This Is the first of a the to say that there are definite ST. PETERSBURG Jim ORLANDO The Bishop

which only concerns pupils in part series on how to Improve. pro H' psychological eta Arias, school reporter, writes Moore chapter of the national
.kills noted educator
study by a y
school. \\hile it is certainlytrue ments wilch comprise effective announcedthis Honor Society was the host
Both parents and students that plans were
that studying is the chief studying. for the district convention
task of boys and girls in will benefit by readingthis week for the formation ofa which was held last Saturdayat
If these fol.
principles are
school, nonetheless persons of series. Please clip andsave swim team at Bishop Barry. the school! Delegates from
lowed, then almost invariablythe
for future reference
every age group are always This! will be an opportunityfor schools In the area were in at.
"" w"" "\\\"w v ,,w speed with which a person
studying in one form or an. swim competitively tendance.
students to
learns will be dramatically
other siderable reading and obser. Improved-and what ii even with the major teamsof Many of the students took

Many people Including the vational study to accomplishtheir more Important, the length of the Pinellas County Con- advantage of the college
"little man, carefully study purposes. A great many r
held at the
time over which the person t ferenoe. Bernard SchneiderIs nights various
stock in middle aged and elderly I
the quotations
dally retains the material he has coach of the team and practice area schools. Representatives
an attempt to augment their Americans are attending noncredit learned will be prolonged. will be held for two from many colleges through.
incomes Others, hop. adult education courses :4i
regular Learning, will be facilitated hours five times a week at out the Southeast were on
either to change their Jobsor in literature, philosophy, and
and forgetting will be retard !: the Island Club. hand to explain their curricu-
to rise within their present psychology in order to make ed. lam to all who were interested
occupational situation, do con their leisure hours more fruit Bishop Barry released Its
ful and fulfilling. Unfortunately, most peopleand Look new addition to libraryA first Issue of the Torch, the :,
indeed most schools have over The Glee Club and the band
New films Almost all of the world's school newspaper, on Friday,
great religions are currently for one reason or another of teiber of the school's library October I.BarrY'1. are keeping themselves busy
new addition to the library
...wwler"Iy ne .IsnwM 'IIIh. undergoing careful selfexa failed to realize that studyingis with their regular activities,
.,,, If 1"'''". minations and doctrinal modifications a science Consequently almost Academy of the Holy Names in Tampa council; Hellen Sullivan; Eda Paschall, homecoming w ill be but every spare minute is

Clam A, Section I with the result that everyone learns to study ia this rack of paperback books. Exam. secretary of the council; and kneeling, November 19 The Barons ill used in practicing for the

millions of our citizens are in a haphazard manner, by Ining the) collection are from left, Gail Gwiltney. play against Jesuit High dedication of the Mercy Medi.

(;Morally unobjectionablefor beginning to study the theology trial and error, with little landing, Stella Pyman;; Lorraine Ver- School of Tampa A bonfire cat Center.

general; patronage; ) of their own religious guidance from teachers or . will be held Thursday. No- The Monsignor Bishop i )
confession other knowledgable adults Academy of Holy vember 18, followed by a parade Council 2112 of the Knights of

Sleeping Beauty(Chlldhd Prod) And then, of course, there Yet carefully conducted Contribution of American and pep rally Friday Columbus has announced the
are the anxious parents of studies by professors of education afternoon A dance will top off winners in their essay contest

ClaM A, Section II! elementary and secondary have shown that when Names, Tampa the activities Saturday, No- sponsored each Columbus

school children who try to school particularly high Catholics examined TVMI'A Sister James vember 20. day The winners, both 10th
(;Morally unobjectionablefor study along with their off. schools and colleges give Mary, librarian has Intro- Junior students received' graders at Bishop Moore,

adult! ) spring in the hope that this their students special How- duced a new project' at the their class rings on Friday, were Ed Perrot and Julia Lit-
will help their youngsters to Study" courses, these students IIKLKNA.: : Montana (N( ) -The strong and the weak Academy of the Holy Names, October 11.Tampa. tlewood Congratulations to
Bunny Lake Is Missing (ICo\! ) obtain better school marks generally Improve their points of the Catholic Church in America were discussedby Tampa, in the form of a t th

Moment to Moment (Unlv) thereby facilitating college classroom marks and find a leading American church historian at a lecture here paperback book dISplay. The future secretaries club

Nanny The Are (MGM(Fox> entrance In order to help that I learning I the same Monsignor John Tracy Ellis: professor! of church historyat There were many reasons Catholic will join all the secretaries at

Where the Spies ) rather than confuse or impede amount of material takes a the University of San Francisco, opened) the Senator for placing a paperback<< bookrack the First Federal Bank In Or.

ClaM 0Condemned their I children's studying, shorter time and is more enjoyable Thomas J. Walsh memorial lecture series at Carroll College In the library Now, High SchoolT lando for orientation which is

these parents ought to know here October 15, discuiwing "Contemporary Amcii-! many more books will be being conducted by a localsecretaries'
( ) the principles and proceduresof Educational Investigations Catholism in the Light available for the Itudenls'rudin" V II'The National organization, reports
efficient studying. have revealed that study eluded, "Is the appointmentof Many of them have Forensic League of Tampa Don Clossey.
Impulsion (Royal Films! ) Naturally it is the group of habits are fairly well formedby of History"One laymen as rectors of pontifical already begun to set up their Catholic High School began

Objection! Utterly relentlessIn "professional students," i ie", the middle of elementary of the greatest con universities. own libraries at home because the new school year by sinning .
its depletion of the mental those attending school full- school, often by the time a tributions of the Church in these books can be purchased honors in the recently' Gift assures drama

breakdown of a homicidal time, who tan I benefit most child enters the fifth grade. America was to religious free Japanese pavilionto held N'FL. meets at Jesuit center for Catholic USIIISGTOS ,
psychotic, this film is completely from a knowledge of the This does not mean that a dom he said.Another Manhattanville High, reports Joan Mewinskl
lacking in any feeling science of effective study student beyond the fifth strong point In the The The seniors took the Florida Bill Cervone captured first \\ .\ (NC-The)
of humanity for its cen Many, many long hours of tollovt'r grade, or an adult, Is hope Vrnerlran Church, he said NrW: \OKK( (NC the) New State Twelfth Grade Tenting place, Fred! Smith, a second Catholic University of America
the books could be Japan Pavll:on at Examination: Tuesday October ofa
elimInated on construction
In of lessly shackled to inefficient and Patsy Serrano received will begin
tral character. spite was Its general friendliness York World's Fair will\ be donated place
Its technical brilliance, It and higher marks study habits. to laboring classes to Manhattanville College 1 IS. third, all in extempor SI 6 million speech and
could result if students Implemented drama center in the spring
Is horror for horror's sake, As has been noted In the of the Sacred Heart In The junior class was the aneous. .
optimal study tech. "when the to tl million donation
He declared that thanks a
and its viewing can be a
preceding paragraph, when Purchase New York. .winner in the sale of tickets Catholic sponsored
niques. Tampa local bolder .
labor movement proper was pledged by a
dangerously dehumanizing high: school and college students The pavilion will serve the for the annual carnival sponsored three forensic tour
born In the 1860s there a county .
experience for anyone who It It the of this was no '
purpose learn the principles of women f school as the center by the Mothers' Association nament October >.
Is not a professional psychologist fhe-part series of articles to effective study, their previously tradition of hostility from the of its expanded program in on Father Gilbert Hartke 0 P.

Moreover brillianceIn give In fairly brief form some acquired poor habits Catholic Church" He cited language: and Asian studies, On October 19 the Juniors In extemporaneous a first head of the university
technique alone is not of the principles of the scienceof tend to disappear James. Cardinal Gibbons' de according! to Mother Fliza took the preliminary Scholastic place was won by Bill Cer speech and drama department -

artistic justification for studying so that persons ot tense of the Knights of laborin beth Mary fyrne, presidentof Aptitude Test, reports vane, Peggy Femberg and confirmed the grant
the erotic and brutal Intensity every age group can leers This series, then, Is a How-. 18(17( "which made historyfor the college. Marge Franklin. Fredl SmIth. Philip !ilighrs, pledged by Jerry Wolmai.
o: some of its treat with greater rapidity and with to-Study" course in capsule themerican Church In Tom DeBor, and Jennifer Washington builder and preit-\
ment. more enjoyment form, presenting the essentials its attitude to the labor movement NRlW Walsh won second and Pat dent of the PhiladelphaRagles

r of effective study as ." e Carroll obtained a third professional football
clearly and as concisely as Monsignor Kills pointed out
; 1 The Student Congress best team Mr Wolman Is a nonCatholic -
possIble. two of the weaknesses of the .
The second article In this Church In America lie men.tinned speaker award ass won by
Katie Albert and Joann The new horseshoe IhlPfdctnter
series, w ill treat the nature of the 'strange( lethargy"of
Young A future area Con will Include a 700-seat(
the third how best Church leaders In regard
studying, ,
e gross will be at Jesuit on October theater and modern facilities
to prepare for studying, the to the Negroes in the last century -
IMS and an all-events for stage drama movie
fourth, how to go about studying saying: "If bolder anlion television studies.
meet will be at Robtnion
and the fifth and final had been taken In the
October 23.Tampa .
article will discuss how to IHfifls, and not put off until the

best follow up one'i studyingto 1940s it might be a different Cathode Crusader

ensure maximum retention story today first three garnet of the ra. ST. AUGUSTINE
of the material learned during A second weakness, accord- ion added three more wins U

the studying Ing to Monsignor Kills has our record.
been In the intellectual order
American Catholics, many Leto High School handedcur PONTIAC

Editor says feel have not made their pro- school Us first defeat of RAMBLER

1 purtlonate mark In the intellectual the season

a realm that is. In pollv To Tampa Catholic exclusively. Banta Brothers

Theologypopular making posts in government I FrUchs Big Boy IM It* *'1Ce

journalism, arts. as awards a plaque to the best
well as among the collegesand players of the week Kevin
universities of the world Power and Larry St Amant
"The fault I is not altogether Bible vigil at Tampa school received these trophies PrescriptionsDJw.f.dj

that of the students in Catholic
Student of the Academy of the Holy NamesIn
in U.S.111M.11'ol.ls schools he said Scout honored mc(/

It I* due U good measure Tampa participated recently a Bible vigil at
Herman laws Jr a second
: \n\ The
t... absence If strong lane
the the school Among the students joining In the
class Scout In 111
Troop fiuudl
editor of a Catholic literary uprxv 1JJUllfS
For Cathedral students tlon from aho U I high
magazine has said here that premium placed U learning ceremony were, from left Kathy \\Tieeler. Mary sewed by St. Rita Church In

reading! interest stimulated hv those who conduct the 1.1II11110n. to New Sm>rna Beach was recently Sick room supplies
Mario V. Hiijrun fourth Ruble and Lynda Gregory.
a degree! ( knight of by the atican council Is turning awarded a certificate.of .
Council 611, Knights of Columbus, presented\ a Catholics In the United st merit by the national court Rental and sale

check recently to Sinter Mary John S,S.J., l'rincl'll !States Into "almost a nation The fact that Catholic In of honor o( the Boy Scouts of V. 4.1 417 47 Ki; 9 Strut
f>f Cathedral parish school In Rt Augustine of armchair theologians! titutkms of hither/ learning Salts and ServiceCHEYROLETBUICK Amerw

The check will pay a )'ear'a tuition for two students ready to argue almost every are overwhelmingly conducted GINTY
attending the school l "Theology has become M In their lack of achievement VA t..2429IZ S. J. DeGrande Appliance Co.
popular it now runs the risk he said The clergy are
of becoming unstylish," Mid often distracted by too many Wariam/ StroatBudgeting Fort Marion w. H... Ow 0. Service O.p.......... ,

Cape Kennedy AreaTrudy's Joel Wells editor of the Critic other tasks, and there Is a
magazine of Chicago more rapid turnover in administration Chevrolet Co. 14? Riberia Street Phone VA 9-8704 t

121 Sos M.rt. A.tnuo
Mr./ \\taddresulng\\ a he
,\ hopeful sign" ronUruguay's -
Salon of BeautyAll Minnesota Dakotas regional St. Auqurtie. TVo oost ymquo dress/ Kop i. St. A.q.slineTHE I
meeting of the (alhnlle IJ-
Branches of Beauty Culture brary ,\tnnrlallon. said the parents 2I2
li attend school "Pie Shop with; .i tile Warm W.ltomo"JUH
special 0
BI acri Tintin9.T onin9 Fretting .nd Tppmq council ha* created Increased
Km. E. Orlartdoan Building Orlando I 3rd St. N. .. Interest In reading works on 1111TEIIliFICThe: : 1!r 'or ,.n.. Jan;.ofs. M;u:o Patito, M:..... Haf Soas;

Phone 783.2336 Coco. B.. hf theology, Scripture and titurW. Christian Family Movementof 23 Cwn Street S<*tW the. Fort VA 4.1794

I'ruguav has opened a 1 l
School for Parents .
Rod and Reel Repair. Boat (Wait At the tame time there has Passionist Father Pedro ., Standard Printing and Office Supply Inc.

f % t Liva Ba.f;. been a decline In popularity Richards CFM director In .... .. 11..nN.. ...- ... -..,,.'.
: of Catholic traditional
said the school
) books and lives of Uruguay, ? CtntploH" O fiCO Ovtff. .r.
pious ,
p Beach Tackle I and saints, he said.Formerly. help young persons prepare THOMPSONBAILEY -, PMt;ll9-Off.el S.ppfo34.ckns
for parenthood through
;" Sporting Goods '. he added Catlw tourtes In general and applied ..... 4) HypoCla Street Phone 12-un
L ; In Ixxiks, alxHit marriage/ were ) pvcholofv( and I in the Use Our Low Cost

w.;.... $20 Cauttway N... to Houttoit Bait Mart IxMiiiht( mainly b) people who biulottxal, J p< holiigi al and
Plan Si. A i: VA 4.1611 I Service Paint
thutifht they would make nice Checking *, and Glass
Phone 783 5916 Cocoa BtaJi gifts to nentvaeds"| lM-luuori.il/ -prcti( of' i lnltlirn I c.'h..11 rV Company

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Now t however he stated
there is an intense interest in Yo tax keep an accurate A.s cot '. .V ....
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1 Hour <|ur to marriage ?
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Corns Bossed and Cocoa A..nua Wells noted Is that "glair: I NATIONAL BANK 714 ye.d'"
"f heM'l tike(Ii; K heater Carcabas Florist

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H.S. football The Florida Catholic Friday October %%, 1861

Kenny, Moore, Barry teams expert says religion

lose hard-fought contests place in public schools

BISHOP Kenny HI I f h Stadium was strange to t b e : (NC) A law school dean tilled

defensive unit visitors from the Jacksonvillearea an expansion of academic and religious freedom

turned in It', most Impressive and Coach Ray Dlchar-
account: of the rrligioua belief of public school
performance yet, but t h eCrusader's rye Tigers gained 179 yards 'r 4S and teachers.
rushing and 2'11 yards passing the problem of giving Initnictloe H
Just c o 1 d n't
u Robert r. Drinan .
"at home about religion and mersllty
mount an offensive against of the Boston Col. la public schools I. te-

Englewood. Consequently Central Catholic High school, charged that day "more acute than most

Coach Jont Tyson's Jacksonville School of Melbourne proved JFrr. of religious be educators will admit and

squad finished on the again the site does not slow all school,related achy more Important than most

short end of a 120 score them down. "In violation of Ameri parents er churchmen rta-

against their intra-city rivals.Kenny's Coach .. deepseated lire"
Ray Bobbins took the r.
Crusaders are scheduled for the religious free
to meet Paxon next Hustlers t. Inverness where every person" As matters now ,stand he

shay romped over Citrus High he .said neg said, a public school teacher
In Orlando, Bishop Moore's 3M. With aa unblemished
In give
religion! public cannot constitutionally
Hornets deferred to the sea- record the peak of perfection
"creates an unrealis any reason for saying that
ion's first nor'easter and met so far In the Diocese Central .
a never never actions like lying, stealingand
Colonial on Saturday evening Catholic II aiming straight for h.n .
prevents the pub- cheating are wrong, other
Instead of Friday. But t h e the Class B Region 4 plavoffs. from carrying out than that the state says

Grenadiers celebrated homecoming Looking ahead to the sea r its missions the es they are
on their own field witha ,," of community un this
son's finale! November; 25. lie suggested that
19 to 0 win marking the when Melbourne entertains /( despite the pres- amounts to saying that the

first time Coach Harold Neleon's ; (t'i Father Loper US., that religious differences state Is "not merely the lawmaker .

team has been shutout Thanksgiving Day contest Prman spoke recent hut also the moral

also. should be a wing-ding! Groundbreaking for student center I a luncheon during the maker"

The Barons of Bishop >lvanla Conference on Strewing the educational.
High School Jumped off Barry'e a In Daytona Beach Coach Ground was broken by Monsipior Other participating in the cm- the and State" held at failure Involved In neglecting

else point .lead against Boca Bud Asher's team fought Irvine Nugent- at left chancellor monies were, from Monsignor Nu. Townscrul of Pennsvl-I. religion In public schools,

Clrga. the result ef heads-up from behind to gain a 77 tie cf the Diocese, on October 3 gent' left Father Patrick M. Mad. chilJrn of si'honl with a grant .Father Drinan said "the

play by quarterback S I a I with Crescent City. After a for a new student center at Florida den, Dr. Edward: Detloge : Dr. aihool choir. Philadelphia Foun religious pluralism which has
scoreless first half Father Lo-
Kmet. State University, Talkhassce. John E. Champion, prraident of enriched the American nation
per High School's gridmen should not be stopped at the
Then the Bucs': quarterbacktook allowed the visitors the Initial --- ------- -- -- .- -- Drlnaii warned that door of the school"!

the cue and guided Boca touchdown. Then the Green II* urged that the "enlarg

Ciega to a 19 to 9 victoryover Wave tossed passes from Church-state debate 1965 ing religious and academic
Coach John Ash's stalled Larry Bale"ski to Larry : freedom" being extended to

squad. Go en and to M.ke Carey teachers and students In many
to grab back a TD. with i and universities .
Santa Fe High School playIng Danny Nolan running over the 'Bankruptcy'seen for absolute : balance state where colleges religion courses
against Admiral Farra-
tying conversion. offered I b. made availableon
gut Academy in St. Petersburg \ \ ( ) .' drools gained are
also tried the same tac St. Joseph Academy used and "aubstantlal lover! educational levels.
of church and )
tic of scoring first, and came the same script In reverse, separation stateThe ."" | Ivlu cation Act of Me called It ae "undeniable
away losing 3MJ Coach permitting Hastings a list- fart" thai public schools have
1! !
Jack Barker's Hawks from minute touchdown that defeated By Mon"l lKnor Anthony l. Hthrimrr onivnsun among the people children of school age "not dune as much asIs

lakeland let the Blue Jackets the favored Hashes rilll.VDM.I'IIU\ \ (: ) A .lawyer said here that 01 (the t'niled States that absolute great anllon." possible to carry out their

ring the last three quarters, la aa even stalUtical-\ the doctrine of "absolute" separation| of church and state separation of church role In promoting<< rommunilyunderstanding
game ,, ()( that the t I' 5 Of
7-19 while and state is rejected and added'
9 scoring a single U "in bankruptcy"Out
Iv Couch fd: Ifrotd't team Kducatlon: Is sending
TD In the final period them. moved from 71 Hauling, tan hm opponent in a church-atate debate charged Mr I'feffer dlicusvlng this fI.I'atf'lr.. *'li. It nut fair to raise thequotum

selves.At apparently winning It-7 that "legislative compromuws" on church-.tate matter Irglklulive rompromUes" on (' 20 times what It was a whether the silence

Clearwater, Central. lead, only to have the !Spud- have Ixx-n achieved at the rut of "rraiHrl for the law." si partition, of church and ago about religion In the public

Catholic High School delight. step ute a I..n11111<< .vrr St. criticism of absolute slate, said.Shon : .hcC"f'n has resulted he said school l the best way to bring
ed large homecoming crowd \uUkllne'l Bailey Field law had any "{ur whatever during about interreligious harmon
a separation of church and "\ the college aid Milcame emergence of mod
the whole) of the
by measuring Berkeley I'rep III Hi. state was voiced by WilliamB there "completely In among the young citizen of
Pretest a nt hegemony la up many
from Tampa, 184 The aroused l Flashes fought Ball general counsel for America who felt uneasy that the >e within the framework the oncoming generation"To ?

Coach Armand Sabourin's back to the Hastings' stx.>ard the Pennsylvania CatteUc statute wan not conxtltutlonal \ educational arrange
Marauders had a strong in. line as time ran out. Conference "It is an Immoral dot-trine They wanted provisions fur (' ( to the present edit Review
Defending' the doctrine was because of its easy UM as awe4p.n but III the church-state
end quarter with three touchdowns << j Judicial review ,Mlclal Mollo.IKnnr
Catholic WVMIINC.TON! : : (NCI-
Tampa High to promXe divisiveness -
and one in the final 10 IMeflrr special counsel review was ruled out when reached by the law
School's Colts hobbled Aloyslus K. Zelgler
were and
belli a
the American J.wtaICon. e group "a delicate bal>
period.\ Quarterback John ol Die bill came up !So what as
by mlierabte footing, and Ml In our society widely known historian and
ltci and the Herndon's. Oarv gre* group have you loaf I'll\ tell you-- he added:
before Leto High. 1J-0 Coach "It is an Immoral oVictrine archivist has been appnlnlttfldlto"lnrhlff
and John leading the winning' The two HIM debated. at the respect for the law underlying church of the Amerk>
Tom hlfth-ecermg"
Murray's because It hat been used' asa
Marauders, tangle nest with. team found their Claw Ao> ckuiag pension October M meant to Murk free conscientious .Kaiser: at the f ('nn.)I. .. Is that federal ran Kccleslantk'al: Review a
be used to
Jesuit High I in Tampa. )ponents too heavy, and absorbed ol the Tetuuvlvania. Conference cMre in the vanla conference. it was aid "1 for all children provide. journal to aid Priests in pastoral
on Church and l Male that much "unfinished bunMu" and preaching dutiesThe .
The continue to scoreS their tint "stormyleather" schooling of cMMren" Mr. ,
Tigers sponsored I bv the t'nlveratty. remained In the matter In this legislation is appointment was announced
defeat. IMI said the doctrine "has
tankful of the
benefit to
points running
of l'eaeylvwtia law achyoL the Cmniilu.UM'S nl as a
tIC f tntrpreUvg by Itlsnop William\ J.
been-tried and found want
up 33 to Orange' Parka It,.. week 'of abeefcfe school as an Inntitu
Bark of the "The dMtrtne ." provUuMii on churchstale a. McDonald, rector" of the C.,lholic >
Jesuit High School's CorralDELANO lag. aid II to chlldien
Mike Ke.er separation of churck ad "The Hiufftrnf Court nevermall relations Paul G Kau nivc-riitv I' of America
Melbourne Central CataeJ* 1 b4 kruptev." Bel I of Michigan ,
- -- state iuU bnugsit it. bat ieed per a I'nrversHy educator Said the law which publuhts the 7year-
dater deelaf .f "Mr lleffer. Rsl4wf ) law professor said using / "substantial etslil- old Review In connection
Results I. : Ikfrniemaa of the week baa atwlien .f a rttetlvesvparaUen
WLTBiob.p SIM Kmet 1 eipmenl ha said ef dMSit* and public' funds to aid parochial le pupils In Nonpuhllr with s rporifanliatlon of the
0 4 0 that al aappail by the state schools Is one of the Issues ; ) and a .precedent "10 Journal's editorial staff The
Keeny Btahpp Harry Hi** School.. state Urough its iMeAil. doc |
Bishop 51ua. 13 1Bishep epublic work performed' by uwe of 'prxtoaUnaMly. secular Usat hM yet to be ..It Ifod. t. further demands for llmliop ales named Father

n.rry I S I Final scores: tite churches la .imsteral" But .rtI." While the state may nutdimtlv \ I, .. needs. .( our Patrick Cranfleld OS Ft of.

lelblJurnf C C I 8 0 Mshtp. KevinRagtewswd / I It Is the doctrine of absolute Mr Hail odd Uw etfwcauoncriala aid religious ;ohjeiUvea '- / ." St Antelm's abbey here\ as
It sepenglos which u immoral'It Mr. Kaur said, the managing editor
Father target 0 3 I i III the t'sMod Metes HasINVM | '
the law (
s tutu
Jewel HIp 4 I 0Card. Babes HtareCetesu'l I \ Is an Immoral HorlrWbrr the shoal) upon which emililutlonalitv of .Id for ,. Monslgnor rtehrens

Mooney 0 S 0 It \ u. II was ikreHful lee the ley ship of absolute church programs that t servea ( pretence if low in EDUCATIONAEROSPACE FOR

Santa Fe 2 3 0 I I. I m I a g aa ancestry latmrrlcaa tpeft RsMlly ewMleroslIM secular. purpose remains | families determine AGE

Clearwater CC 3 2 0St .Rtststf Barry traditions which. II | came al>M an aspen gtredu a school distrkt will Nod hr sew loloreNaio

Joseph/ 230 Bwca CM* 1MeRmsrM ever "pos ,e...rd. \It has r.- Ito Mid Moth the Aotl-pewrI. HAW the !Supreme" Court lY hll'ly.flve; pet ""FIlii"c

Tampa C.tb S I 0 Cert Calk SIt j.)fd a brief "" ."a.*,l<* ,I. act ol I 11IIM and I the sih I vfue slnre 1tC1 but II never act of 1M3 'e>press the it choox-s te followa & according tu" and .str..tittlp
qualify .
Citrus doctrine of neutrality tea M f .55' ..nerve, Acentred

AREAINSURANCE Fattter! Laces 7 official decries ban and religion! er one of strictekijrehet ", ifflce, nf rxliwaiion range
Overeat City CEF .te .apsragon. !. he! will\ Include prep ...... 10
fir tervkts, Inatrm. II .t M.guaweCiMNI '
said '
Jews rttfJlOrana IS of public stadiumsIUKIII.HTI Mr K.III"r'.1| critical of .. materials and pre> ..b4 ea 5.RIaw5 .
rent with abi i<
FftrkCardinal I on the speed with which Ton ..., slmrrd | NvoraM .....It...

a gnu earlier Urn rear enacted | 1,5,5s W. Swoon _
THE CONRAD COMPANY | *>Misaieymmeie .. 1C (N: ( I TV), h.i.i l .IIr i'itu( .-n. fW Mucat I leiulatMM vmg! tedvral J Nat. Nara....,

I 111 I Welt New Y.,. Annie r>nal Frmlom has UnbMttrtJ si elate offirial's drys i aid la elementm and seeeadarv 1/"", Alt' Acale ray
I D.U.d Prone' 714.2:72 Santa r> man that public chuola cannot rent fiKitball U t sclwwU: im.lMun '

Adm FarreajrtOarwesar tangs from churxhrrlatHcbouto reUgwui k..1 or stmesnmaUrayer limited .be -rflts f for pupils H ,.. .

,... CsM ., Ii- '. chtirch-rrlated II hush ... .

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t,< Ipeel MM "?M Paid w. prayer rrnMtutef "
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rgM The Florida Catholic, Friday, (Motor :22,10/LS!

(Please clip J High Mass and Benedictionnow

and sass)

Hymns sung in EnglishGeneral

permission h.. been given in the Diocesefor diction In English: Is'" being<< put

For Benediction singing certain Masses in English, and for the use Into practice in the parishes

of English in Forty Hours Devotions and Benediction of right: away

O Salutaris the Moat Blessed Sacrsment. In answer to rrqureU for It is noted that the cucto.

the English Verne for Benediction, Father James P.Gloekler mary "0 Salutaris" II not reinred -

0 taxing Victim opening 11 h1I! president of the diocesan Liturgical Commmsion (|' but the "Tantum ErKM .

The gate at heav to ui below; has furnished the text for "0 Salutarla" and "Tantum Is always sung, The English
Your sacrifice of self for us translations of both are

tines aid supply and strength he stow.Tor Ergo"The ber S47F, edition number III the box printed this week
English texts of the G1OT7. The two-voice, optional HI Father Gloekler's suggestion
!this your gift be endless praise hymns are published in the four mixed voice setting for .

loving God 0 Trinity! box adjacent to this article choirs which can be used with Three Requiem Masses are
W. know that this provides the
way mel-
the congregational ,
ctommendrd by the diocesan
The Hymn Tune Mass in
To everlasting life with Thee! is in edition! G-1251.
English>: by Carroll Thomas I iturgn-al Commission:

'This gift from God on high: to wen Andrews diocesan music director The Chancery hag "sent out 1 1. Andrews' Mass for t h e

Is greater than the eve can nee; is the approved text lo pastors the Kngllsh: : text Dead and Funeral Service In

It it the food which Christ does tend for The Ordinary High Mass. for the rite of Confirmation. English: Gregorian Institute

'To help ot gain our sanctity Mr, Andievts of St. Petersburg nr America (see address Men singing at Mass in Leesburg
Gloekler's Sacred
Is also the author of Tantum Ergo of the three approved sung Heart Church was the settingon 2. Gilana, Mass for the Dead
for the simmee treasurer of the deanery;
Requiem! Masses October 10 for a workshop uth Absolution; McLaughlin: Participation in the Mans .
Down in adoration falling, Father. Gloekler suggestedthat attended by 150 persons from nd Reillv. 67 Kingston Street, 15th rally of the Central' Deanery Holy James J McAuliffe. Winter Park,

Lot! the sarred Host w. hail; all those Interested In nearby parishes all concerned Hnston. Massachusetts Name Societies included the singing of diocesan HNS president; Leonard

Lot! Oer ancient forms departing copies of the Benediction with the implementationof S, Schaffer. An American )hymns. In the front row of the St Paul Huber Leesburg HNS rrrmdrnt;
Newers rites of grace prevail; music in the liturgical renewal RequiemVoild: : Library of James Richard Coker and Lucms .
Faith for .defects\ supplying emei should save the clip Church, Leenburu, at the recent rally Song,
Where the feeble senses fad ping from The Florida Catho sacred Music 2145 Central were', from left, John K. Moore, Km- Antoine of Lee burg.
lie. At the recent workshop the Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio.
To the everlasting Father consensus of choir directorswas

And the Ron who reigns en high; Father Gloekler said that that it Is basic to assist Decent literature Council documents
With the Spirit blemed proceeding the first :Mass being taught congregations in their parti group meets

Forth from each eternally, tit (he school children and te cipation at the renewed liturgy exhibition opened
parish choirs Is the Hymn Therefore they recommend
iclvation honor
Us blessing
Tune :Mass 'for the Eucharlstic \"flf.nTY (:\C) -
might and endless majesty. Amen a strong English entry Law enforcement held
Congress. hymn by the entire assembly, The Vatican Archlhas arranged
have them bread from an exhibition of documents
Prlei I You given and noted that a vigorous
haven (P. T. Alleluia.) soprano alto tenor-b ass be "Praise to the Lord" ai major anti-smut relating to the last
choir edition can weapon
nine ecumenical council,
used for the :Mass in
people: Having all sweetness within it. used with the congregational papal of
a period more
(Alleluia,) rangement is available The Yankee' Stadium In New York M.W 1OKK (NC) Law enforcement not boy.icitts the right to do everything Ie, than covering TOO .

material is published by the (City on October 4 Is appropriate will destroy the obscenity traffic in the UnitedSlatl'lI. gal: that can be done to protect years
Prier" : Let us pray 0 God, who In this Gregorian: Institute of Amerls In our Diocese, a themselves! and their The exhibition opened Oc
wonderful sacrament left us a memorial rousing "Faith of OurFathers" tuber 11. and is the same OM
and their children from
of implore 2112 Jefferson Avenue, Charles" H Keating Jr., founder and legal counselof homes Second \' ti-
your passion, giant, we\ makes a splendid ie- straw during tile
Toledo Ohio, 4TW11:! and can the triggering of sex crimes
that venerate Citizens for Decent literature, emphasized this as the third session
you, we may cessinnal\. can Councils
be sent for on approval, according and the lowering of moral
the sacred mysteries of your Bodv at to the music direttor Forty) Hours( and Benediction basic CDL approach in his keynote" address to the CDL standards." last year The ecumenical

always to he conn Join of tL* fruit of The Hymn Tune Mass by in English in this Diocese convention In New York councils; represented are:
redemption. You who\ live and ('ion. whether picketing or Lateran <121ii
your are sung according to the Fourth ;
Mr Andl'f'hu pie- Mr Keating pointed out thatboycotts"
reign with God the Father in the unity scribed for the coming diocesan the text found in the Weller pl'l'8SI arl. lists, boycott<< to Impose moral Jesuit upholds the First and Second Council

of the Holy Spirit God forever and Eucharistic; Congress translation of the Complete and public hoards and com standard by economic force of Lyons (11145! and 12741.I : the

ever, Roman Ritual "Ihe laws bsremtv medicare plan Council of \ienne. (il311tt>;
The unison, edition is being[ missions" are not part of the against:

People: Amen.Daytona taught first voice card num- Father Gloekler said Rene- ( DL program. are en the books." Rabbi the Council of Constance
Kahn continued. "The (laws fLt\'t: L\Sn (\n} .1414181\ the Council of

'- .- "..:vcn though: we think the base tires tested In the court. Jesuit Father Benjamin L. Ba sel FerraraFlorence (11 ttl-

Beach Mass once a monthat problem fully upon U5, and Obicenlly Is Illegal. Masse here called the Amerl- 431.) the Fifth Lateran Council

on emergency!: exists we can Medical! Asuoclatmn's op. 151217'' the Council ot
state Institution must Insist that the law I Is ".\nd Just as the publishersof portion to "'medicare" in conflict Trent and the first

I.EI: .SRt'nG The pariah the weapon of the l'IlIhl'\ pornography can take their with Catholic social punoples Vatican Council ,,1)lii.701.)

Priest in Uesburg, Father counselor said.Indrrscoring. case to the highest( court parents set forth by the ('opnddrl'Iin

Keith Symons has inaugurated and other citizens have
Mr Keatmg'soinphd.su ,\ the Catholic

at a the monthly new SlimIer Mans for Coriec-boys on the legal approve Rejects idea of joint PhvsklaM and llentikts Guild; Daytona BeachBaggett.Mclntosh
*f the leveland diocese, the
h Kahn
Itabhi Unbent I I.
tonal Institution which located German
Is religious meet
a\OC'lat. editor *f America
of Temple Kmanu: Kl: Houston
eight miles west of expressed the conviction ( tIf.\> ; ..:, Germane; |N('I I noted that some Catholic editors -

Bushncll Lorenz Cardinal Jaeger<< of f'lI..ul' with the1M
'Hut pornography(: Is both one have 11 )
The first Mdss lie offeredwas Paiirrborn has said that the
ctf the symptoms and one of << I \ en both ideological aid
celebrated on October! 19 suggestion to hold a Joint
practical grounds.Ideologic
the causes' of the moral breakdown UI
and he said that appropriately Evangelical\ (Lutheran) and
of times.
it was\ the occasion for the Catholic national congress is ally, they hold
release of the first inmate Rahbl Kahn who aildre. not a good idea at the present medicare for the aged IS In ,

rtolla1w. from the institution for dcJju-! eit the convention immediately time Germany two major harmony with. Christian principles Inc.Fse.ral .

quest youth.Parenta I after Heating's keynote faiths now hold I separate he said. and practical, l D.r.c.o"D.y4ltft.

of the' boys their speech| praised the CDL pro. church congresses This fir Iv they are convinced thatmednare BeachXi Port Orange

will be pleased to know that gram. Cardinal Jat'KI'rlas a guestat 'In the only was to

spiritual guidance! is available "J I like its reliance upon the the Lutheran congress m meet adequately the medical ...... ... ...
MALT --. --- from Father S>nmns. democratic way the law the Cologne needs of the nation growing .
who will celebrate Mass l* IUe anil the c-ocirts," he Cardinal' Jaeiier said In a numbers of old folk.. I s .nw5e Of 't
Lee Kntt GuluUn Doctors acclaim 55 lOOt
n Mercy : :
every third Tuesday aid It does slot censor radio Interview here that the Father Mate said that for WOOS SNyie Sue :

Wunde Were books It cl H'S not set itsrlf up ongreimes are supposed to hea IS sears the A'1\ has conms-' I usws'eeNie5'I '
TV Loin left who will be thief of ..
Murray, body which ....
114 North leach St. ANN\\\\N\1N\N\\N\\NN as a censoring witnessing. to its faith on the tentlv opposed government .
staff of Oilando'n Mercy Medical" Center when it presumes to tell people t what part of each church, not a measures to provide! greaterecuritv I

opens! November 21. is pictured in OtUmlct with Why Amen ? they can, or cannot read It gigantic demonstration by for the. people < .11.1!
dixs not publish lists of hooks two big denominations Resides such measures unbound< ,
Miami's I> Edward: Annis. The latter recent tag
r R. a The \inen, now said ,
not to buy Nor does it use ,
i a )joint meeting would wasteful and tending toward
\imtor to Central Florida to incept' honors from when melting IN* Com. any methods of private coer neteuitate the exclusion of communism or totalitarian-

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:Mn The Florida Catholic, Friday, October 22,1965 {
Florida found charts of
map voyage N i + I i .3 ,Y J 11, ,

reports 1 1st papal- / legate- to America mill 7 1 et

Orlando By Thomas E. Killing O'Gorman, professor of eidesiastical

ST. CHARLESThe NCUS news SPnlreTHE history at Catho

family of Mr! and Mn! little-known story of Bishop Eink and hill voy- lie University of America i
J Edward Henz later( Bishop of Sioux Falls
gathered '
to America u papa) legate and Bishop of Green
here Wednesday to observe South Dakota lAHfrlSSl), in' 4l
land and Ita poaseasions is recalled by a legend Inscribed
the couple' golden wedding his account of "The Medieval:
anniversary. Mass was oi. on an early map of Vmland. now on exhibit at American Church

fared at 6 30 am. at St Yale- ? University.
The legend: on the mop Indl
Charles Church The legend records
of Viking settlement near rates that Bishop dniipsoii
Mrs. )Jena, nee Helen I following:
the fishing village: of L'Anse made the trip MnUnd as a
Fueling married Mr. Henz "By God's will after a long aux Meadows, at the northerntip p.p.llf'Jatl': .

on October 20, 1915 at Our voyage from the island of of Newfoundland, were

Lady of the Rosary Churl h. Greenland to the south toward discovered by a Norwegianhusband As such he would be! Interested a

In Dayton, Ohio. The Priest the most distant remaining w'tfe explorer team in seeing if any colonists .

who officiated was the late parts of the western ocean Dr llelge Ingktjd and his there needed the minlstralions I .

Father Frohnuller sea, sailing southward amidstthe wife, Dr Anne Stme! Ingbtad of the Catholic Church ,

Mr. lent) a retired foreman Married 50 yearsMr ire. the companions Bjarnl Their findings ere supported ( and would: make his report to .
from the discovereda If he did bark to
Krigidaire Piiiion and Leif Eriksson by exports: of the National Rome get

\ of General Motors and Mrs J Edward Hem celebrated their new land extremely fertile Geographic! Society\ and the Europe: it Is possible that he

brought his wife to Orlando (golden wedding anniversary this week Roth are and even having vines, the American Museum of Natural gave the geographical\ information Hear Catholic Charities officialThe

seven years ago They live at natives of Dayton, Ohio and have resided in Or. which island they named Vin- History ss Norse and pre Columbian and details from

4300 Grant Boulevard. He has lando for seven )'I'al'l. They are member of St. land. Elrik illenricus), legateof the first definite evl i I. which tho original map was Women'i Club of St Jamei parish In Or

been head usher in the parish Charles parish where the family attended a Mass the Apostolic See and Bishop dens of a Norse settlementon madeIf landrt recently heard an address by Thomas J

for several years The jubi- of Greenland and the neighboring the Anie.ii an mainland. the report of the first Aglio, executive director of the Orlando Bureauof
at 6:30: '.m. on October ::20 50th anniversary of
larians both natives of arrived in
Day regions: I'aralltllale to America could Catholic Charities during a special meeting i

ton raised their firmly there.. the wedding. this truly vast and very rich Scholars it Yale I'niversity be located I" the \'..Iil'an.rrhl'f'I. from left Mrs Axel \V. Anderson, Mr. Aglio, Mr,
Mr Henz! has two sisters, land, in the name of Almighty and the British Museum are perliap it might i
Fjirl V. Abed and Mrs William S. Smith The
Mrs. Carl Mohr and Mrs. H God. In the last year of our considering the 144ft map of contain an earlier map of Vln

G. Wild, of Dayton, and a most blessed father Paschal Inlandla" as the first documentary land than that made by tit. women are committee chairmen of the organization.

brother, Walter Henz, In Middletown. Denounces attitudes of (Pope Paschal lit, remaineda proof ol I F.rlrsun's 1440 cartographer. .

Ohio.Coming long time in both summer discovery
-- -- -- --- -
to Orlando this and winter and later returned Orlando

week to attend the 50th anniversary rebellious generation northeastward toward Greenland Several of the sagas preserved I.l- In Congo ST. JAMES
In the University
The St James Calhollc'eml'n'l
of their part'nts'marri.ge and then proceeded home
Mrs. C E. S\V has in most humble obedience to hoary of Copenhagen relate \\ Club met on October
were DeBrosse. ANTOMO: Texa (NC) "Skepticism
that l>.tf, Kricson was on his
I It In the St. James club
a daughter: and Edward so permeated the minds of young men and women that the will of his superiors"Such to Christianize Greenland stmecduties/ room.
way Layman as
The devoted ta
meeting was
C. Henz. a ton, both of Is the Inscription In
they disagree with me before I have finished making a blltI h..n blown off the
of Catholic
Iatin, appearing on a recently presentation
Dayton Another daughter statement I have taught in all kinds of schools, from course, discovered the North activities In tf
discovered believed to be ont or more
Mn In Raymond Orlando. resides co- ucatlonal to boy schools and girls' schools, from the earliest map showing any partof American continent of Priest a fter tragedy which all members were

Helping to celebrate the Catholic to attte achoola, and my experience haa been America According to Father har urged/: to participate.The .

that moat of the students Rardssnn, a 14thcenturyNorse I.KOPOI.mil.I.r) : (NCconffunion ), A lay catechist "hrard" guest speaker, ThomasJ
golden wedding were grand. as he keynoted the 1965 San Scholars seem agreed hat I : Greenlander little Is
Communion after Con. '
and! dlslnbutcdgnlme t Holy Aglin, exe utlvt secretaryof
children, including the Orlan lack mental! discipline." Antonio archdioresan tt.ch.frl' It Is the work .( at anknowa. known about Bihop KinkGmipson : the Orlando Catholic Olrl.t. .
rebels murdered nonv 1 Priests and expelled|
do Kenzlks, Raymond a Institute: hue monk In Haute, Sutherland, except that he was : .
... Bureau
student at the I'niversity of Dr hands Kovach\ who from the province of StanliThe 'yvllle.iirtlrnne". gave a most Im-
draws about tUII( S! years before an Icelander and as a young
Notre Dame: Karen at Bishop I holds the unusual position of Speaking on "('ontrmp ur, Columbus discovered Priest probably accompaniedKing weekly "Afrique Cl of A'Ol'oM'lIIe| rev prenslvt :description of the

Moore High: School; and chair of mt'dI..1 philosophyand Skepticism and the Catholic America. \ Sigurd on his great crusade ccntly published a letter fr nm the catechist lie wrote: work don by the Bureau
and asked for volunteers to
of contemporary Catholic School, |)r. Kovarh slrosg
Mark, at St Charles Sthool
to the Italy Und In 1107 "SIn(". our region had been
and the Henz children, Susan thought/: at the University of I ly denounced the attitudes of Some believe it was copied than fiance and my wife put herring assist In any way they could.
Upon his return In 1112 the without Priests for more
a student at the University of Oklahoma, unleashed a stmgIrj young Americans la questionIng from much earlier documents on the finger: of our Mrs Karl: V Abel ..pokebrl..n
King[ chose him to be coniecrated two months, some Christian
the !Samaritan
Dayton; Edward, Man Jan condemnation of a grow.Lag lung proves farts and well since It mentions l Krtcson'svoyage : Bishop. lie became the said th.yI to confess daughter: ) on

Thomas and Amy Marie reiylhous spirit of youth established knowledge: to the mainland of first Itlnhop of Greenland, to me. I told them to make ""The I ssM 'C"d and we program visit reminding fellow parishioners membersto

"A considerable port! 4 of North America about the year heading the new dlnres of a perfect act of contntmn all are witnesses .f( your and "shut Ins."

Issues new weekly In them are regrettable victims 1000, and recorded In the sagas Gardar. which had 1ft to 18 but they Insisted on telling me ChrUtlan marriage, I. u

of the Norsemen. Bishops or r.iKhorl-fll' durIng their as they told! each other and God
ORLANDOWINTER Dominican Republic of our times he said, sins just may protect
'imbued with the spirit( of The 1440 map Is now on dia its existence Gardar was the !Priest In the confessional"I and bleu )nu.' ORLANDO

S\NTO I OMI\.0) (NC> skepticism." play at Yale University where at first a suffragan See to the said that I hud no power

PARK The first Issue of Paz y Aleg. The ilungareanborn professor scholars have been probingits archbishopric of Hamburg tn absolve them from sin But spiinkled 1 them with holy

ria (Peace and Jo's>, the only illustrated by declaring authenticity for the past Bremen, later to Lund andthen they told me they wanted an water Unfortunately, we M WINTER PARK

Catholic weekly paper in the "I 1 have girls In my class who eight) years. Their opinionsare to TrondheimBishop exterior sign' to know that longer hail any sacred Hosts "
Contact Mr. Thomas WotthMl
"S'y It Wit! Flow.,," Dominican public, was discussed pro and con, God forgave them 'Before' I Inscribed the names of
say 'beautv Is only In the eyes Fink's name Is men 4)?4* toe local odi in
COLLEGE PARK published the first week in of the beholder' but they\ la the current Issue of American tinned in the 12th-century heUndtc you confess to me I will confess the witnesses, and drew up a this or...

October beautify themselves before Heritage ma gat n p, Annals, under several to you' I laid 1, and I told paper" for the married couple'
FLORIST which reproduces the map In aloud I told them 'If I am' killed
all sins
United States and Latin coming to class dates, giving rUe to the inner mv
no'U'II'IH.._si st*> (nm American Bishops provided There Is a basic distrust full, lion by some writers that he After we recited the Confiteor you must show this to t h f

...... 1'1 It Si I MM funds to assist the new paper not only In human nature, but fill the imp, Ifflmd ll. railed made more than one voyage together I heard the I'rlest and he will say" the AQUINO'SSERVING

which began publication with in our (.OO.h.n human Intel, "Iselanda Ibernlca" confessions In the confessional marriage Mass for you THE

an issue of SO ono copies I<
Children'sClothes Tat y Megrla I. publishedat Citing a cause of mass. tltlta of Irish monks there la Map al tale. I'nlvertlly you your sins" and not 'I lor DINNERS FROM
slates thai he went le
the offices of the natioll.JCf'lItl'r skepticism h. said,. "At the the eighth reaturr.IB clearly Inland In the. tail ofPope give you your sins' For pen- Support 410PM. U I 11.00; '.M.

Line for Catholic Informs. very basis or root year am e we did the Stations of Your Parish LOUNGE
1'.If..III'1. reign' Mme
November ISM. the ruins the Croes, and then,I laid
(ion, an organitation established lies. our 5(' fl('e mlndedness the Pope died. on January Zl, 220 OrlamJe Ave.. W",
the before Cemrnun Holy Name
Fmott in children's wear He added TDM la not bad prayers Society
by the Dominican hterarihy he Hwy. IM2 MIMSOO
Ecuador aid Illl this would mean that
lint ,, ,
modern "\ n nnn un" "
.t budget prices, to coordm ta But he arned (hat sciencenilndedness spent the summer and winter "I washed my hands suet

Ample porting; in mar means of communication. Is a wrong sense, to private schools o( HIT there, dressed as the Priest does Herman J, Heidrich

till" 1...._ f SI eras demands mllk-alta, a dwhile Some historians have placed when he distributes y Com !louseorReet

tonniTi nor t..tMt this Is proper In science. QUITO r>'udo r (\C) the dale of the Vlnland munlon. & Sons

III. wrong le Iranspwte H UphlUMpby The military government of tMMf> M !.._.
LEWIS COMtXTtXMINATlNG ) and state tht
voyage as When I baited the. Iliad r
.. Ecuador has announced that 01 lutf t..4 M. (IfMMItlmil V
.fl steno.,1a
CO.aevwee h. have perished m that
may trembled much. Tears
very ....
asisl\0 rereaU free private schools will begin saIls .c"
114 .If you med HteattfMverilsratMMi trip SMX-e no mefitmn\ Is made rolled from my eyes when I
el.sae esllwrall tin 1.1.. I' 050 r. for a sent you to receive federal Subsidies of "his return( and that a new Jesus to old mulhrrand
gave my
..THT .I.ltl .,_ ... 10"Gary's beginning In I'fA. named OPIII 71 iIvisr
naeat/\0 Fall'. cannot prove man has a litohop" of Gartar was le my wlfr.' I sever Ml *
Soul he toted. According to an eseeuUteorder three years later .. Cbrlitlan al that BILL BARDOE
or N....1. .i PFlItllltel /. ( of September II. the true a as DAY STEAK .
ell? "If only U* twoglMe la veritable Ten papal letters pertainingto moment
Duck Inn private sctaols will be eligiMe FOOD FACTORY DEALER SKEWERI"CMflneef
thee materialism\ the Church In Greenland ON A
BRADFORDSStationers TNn.nr is tM'I....*." he said. t. receive subsidy equal I and Iceland from IM to .... "Ufor 1 would not be afraid' SAVE ON YOUR el C,fIroiloe
aill' 'N 1 l/ill' 111 to M cent of what. it If the simba. !
abaua4iin per any more
tuaaN Iw slating this tdetogy were set*ted from. the Vatican HEW CAR DEAL Ova
Mass till ..,..." wiwitd ct te edwrale' each rebels t i would come to kill
Inc. tealhoki archives by J C Hey Ph U'.JUJ TKo Oe."
err u a neeMU student In elementarypunMc stmbas made. ,
an me. later the
The Catholic school. la
supposed wood, an American historypeefosaor W 11.50.t'ra's1.90Ire.slut
S4 Or Il> I'MMO Hwy 10
school several uf them .
310'... Are. Scotia .U stand lee Ute enact and |published| in scenes as 0.l.. S..*H 1 CM', ..)
app nMU of all this," he sUted IKe innoiiitrenten; said It pfce4 gra4MC| faramlk for wanted to Uke my elded flit 540/Mica
Ml I 7731 daughter as site. I dm i M. I Ihe,1 MomboeSt. ..5.15.1.. .. .55550.. ..., I.uVr
Phono 'Of yes" schoel. is trrrvwaMy in'
e Ho.. sq it "The CatlMtir Is the .111" duly U protect exhibit. at the World's Pair i ,loiter her tn herflame Cnorlos : ........ ...." .....
Winter rVl BLOSSOM TIMEFLORIST cemmitled to tech "the rights .( parents In ('hs.aya. III laW Three amidwumrnts marry .
More II was teal lateI STUD
truth awl is
the Iioni.h
the IUf1P16ref U ,hM.. their rsildres's edrattnM irom
LOYAL PLAZA to I iv 'U m the rhlld pros 1"1'" Haltev. Honk I hroaiM mv daughter and

Mi 4T.J300 M*.+'...d I IP' 2MO S 0.-.,. !..." To er re'i '(t for true values were used by nther/ Thomas her hme In the altar where

". a ,.,.. .... ....... 4244722 N,.. GA H247 The government deti...,*< I .d (hem" as t h .
was bound U treat defter' Priest dues The. I put my MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN

WALTER MENGES fates of spiansn Ifl Kcw e4r Polish Catholics planto ring ON the (finger of the
Individual Fried ChlcUn Dinner $1.00
Control Flo'.00. Only ClorH Te Mo where public eeWaUan and mart holy
The Front In Mow$ Wif religion have been severlsfril > Polish Sitters' travel to Family Bucltt O'Chicttn $3.95FiiK
ItOMK (NO na
FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOME 201 N ORAN6E AVE. -d far the pert 7v
tpMtela and! Catholics ....*... this use "';sia d'. A Ft.m S*. Jain veers (Chisrrls l a. errt ha" droieo/t throu0MH the
Cue t;m" is t. co"f. requestor erlllclied I I I ,i, AlirUIIH;, Australia (NCIIfefiMUti Shrimp Dinner $1.15r
.. \. el .... T'ascal world Have dree urged t to
9"4\ eal February
and camel -: a
tiwe U", c.rt"y sex ulartst" edsscftUoi (OMI'U.TK: : IUWII1 TO MM
,... N.m" wH"V mark the Yeah eteHversarv l... the_saws Meters /U a .. r
ci"/I" II WI I'ae Ie .y ra' FAIRVIEWCltanert H In geverweneM KtweJi atthough < I. : H I UM'ATIOM TO M'R\F.: YOU
of Polastd bvhsltog
locato en UU I........, & LaundryDoponJohle' recently some ( sinIMS reieoratsMU. w a l ha rar gnu bed with fatal aids. ll.r,. K n rern I'ark TK: IUIIrw
have fals4 the will travel to gwersment.gwaretad M. III. Tr., Oriais4e 111 I IfJ
F srp.fatied Oraifo
h" HHt J. g.e.lyr I'qFM ., sal rntn. ol and. wait level' sttwMte. li
L Freak G..II" to gwo re
hhec; C.'. Meal! Miter Mir & fin Hills n.. CV: lent
.. .. labors. A letter Mitlsnmg a program I.fN&tUciJMI\ to CatttolKdref
ur t S & *? The Heal f the\ t.III..I" A I... Rd nUlJt

41 Y.... 4111 Ed>.-.'.'. Oriole party 1aI11l1ttd1AWl OMOVHVed hr nest )Nt'l celebtatoM children Us Planes K4. & E.! ToleaUl) n74ll
was here by Ulster Mary Mauna 0 Pohs
Hue fovertuneM .rrr erlarts > !!I" great Au.. Isaterd 2111:
FIRST NATIONAL BANK C that N would base the AiMlttary BssteD WIed,.... will U .M rturgo of the

effect W suppretatftg free n.w III Warsaw. ere....... Motor nsaasft. he* been

El J AT WINTER PARK. I.ciy Owned G 0,.,.," public MvaUsas. A snclili Ural de..ete hw Celeae r tear.tog. ..ttI.. iMoiMlcaflMs4ers EthJOr IIvE MIT FLAVOR vT

';eiTIUSTDtPAITUENT C T.te,..... MT.JOOO I, esilH It a 'flagraM outrage 0e. ........ hr tic. deaf in fOR jusr

C Polea M Aa'uni., Victor, far the
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Charity advised in ;receiving Cuban refugees soon to serve OrlandoORLANDO Farrellylev

By Marjorie I. Filljaw controlled press continued to women' turned Into fool-aol- Mercy Medical Center U t community 1961 to launch the hospital's

MIAMI (NC) The number of Cuban refugees publicize what it called the diem their schools closed hospital, to be administered by the Sisters of St. Joseph campaign,

I reaching Key West many of them scooped by United mercy shuttle But the their religion persecuted, their ,iffering its modern medical care to everyone regardless Cornerstone of the structureon

States Coast Guard cutters out of leaky bouts being tossed communists stressed aspects Priests and Sisters violently IIr' race color or creed. The personnel is composed of the shores of Lake Lawne
such Cubans who refused expelled their Blessed Sacrament was put in place by the
in treacherous seas, has started moving toward the 1000 as men and women of all denominations a* is the staff,
Friends of
to leave with relatives who desecrated? Mercy on February

mark. suit of the new refugee Influx came from Florida to pick which will be headed by Dr. of men and women dedicated 18, 19M Two more red-letter Mother

Some 30,000 to 50,000 Cubans But he said, "we should welcome them up and the generosity "The selfishness] that has Louis Murray. to bringing Mercy Hospital days on the Mercy calendar! Louis ,.".., '

are expected to leave their the opportunity to bring: reportedly being shown those characterized our reception of Extraordinary effort has to the community at Orlando. are the dedication day October /

homeland under Castro's new long-separated parents and choosing to depart by the the news that more Cuban ref heen expended by the Mercy Even before 1960 plans 23, 1965, at 2 p.m.; and Edwin

policy Even as the U.S. and children together" Castro regime ugees are coming must stop, ommittee.. which will be repiesented were in the making for the the day the hospital will open
lest the named Americabe
Cuban governments sought to "Thousands of Cuban children The Voice, Miami diocesan good at tomorrow'i dedication Mercy Medical: Center Arch for first patients November
blackened the
establish procedures for their in past years have come newspaper branded state. by selfish by Andrew N. Serros, bishop Hurley met with the 21

Orderly departure many be. into this country through the ments opposing the coming oi few. chairman of a stalwart group leaders of the community in No one has been closer) to 1I

gan slipping away in small efforts of the (Miami Catholic the refugees as "un-American, the planning of the hospital

boats bound for Florida Welfare Bureau in orderto Christian and illogical." than Monsignor Terence J. i

As public officials and others lave them from communist Kven: if Christian charity Commission studies Farrelly, diocesan represen E
is not In the hearts of tative. Sisters of St. Sister
here reacted with alarmto Indoctrination, he said "Itis s o m e Josephof
Americans at least human!. St. Augustine have been
only fitting now that we ,
the new Influx or Cuban Theresa +
rl'rugl'f'I.lianll: Catholics continue the work of mercy tarianism and plain Americanism further Mass changesout every step of the way under

were urged to receive the by enabling families once with its tradition for the leadership of Rev. Mother Francis

newcomers generously. Bhbop again to be united" helping] the underdog would I Louis Edwin of St. Augustine

Coleman F. Carroll, In a Dramatic stories i were dictate something besides the By Father t Placid Jordan bring about a better unification superior general of the diocesan

letter from called everywhere One 35foot boat, utterly self-centered expres : of the whole rIte. community and of Sister
Rome on HOMK: (NC) ... The Commission for Implementationof Repetitions 4
whose passengers were rescued sions about economic chaos'etc Theresa' Francis, administrator
Catholics to show "the wholehearted met this week to can easily be eliminated -
fraternal by the Coast Guard, included ? that we have heard," the Constitution on the Liturgy study of the hospital Andrew
spirit of without in disturbing
sense '
charily which has characterized two blind brothers one! the newspaper said in a 1200. proposals to make the Mass and the administration of the basic any structure of N Serros of Orlando has leda

) 'their attitude" since 12 and the other 20. Asked word editorial. the other sacraments simpler and more readily understood the Eucharist as both sacrifice dedicated band of citizensin s 1

Florida became a haven for why he left, the 20yearoldsaid The Voice declared that by the people. and banquet. cooperating with the diocesan '
done before the rite
five simply: "I don't like "Dade) County has not suffered The commission, headed by asI as plans from the outset. Andrew' V.Serroi .
refugees: years ago.(
for concelebralion of the One proposal for Instance
because of the last refugees
communism. Giacomo Cardinal Lercaro of As a result of the determination
Widespread expressions of Another boat carried a 24 we accepted" It said al Bologna, began a weeklong :Mast was given general approval is for elimination of the of hundreds of people

alarm that a new inundation year.old television actress most all of $190 million spent session Monday when the ecumenical initial prayers at the foot of Mercy Hospital has been built

of refugees: would swamp area who left without baggage: ( and by the federal government to council was in recess On the strength of available the altar which were shortened and Is on the threshold of

schools and other public facilities was shoeless Both shoes and aid refugees went into the lo information, it Is possible to by the liturgy commission service to the sick of Orange

and hurt the economy luggage;: were lost at the Cu cal economy It added that The 41: member body Includes describe the general principles a year ago. County

followed Cuban Premier Fidel ban port of departure, said "the dollar spent by the Cu. Joseph Cardinal Kilter prompting the prospective With the! omission of the

Castro's announcement that 'aridad Olivera, and shedidn't bans has been as good as any of St. Louis, Archbishop PaulJ reforms Confiteor and other prayers,
anybody could] leave Cuba want to lose time looking other dollar." Mass would start with the
of and
Hallman Atlanta What the commission Is Bishops in Council
who wanted to for them The! newspaper called It Bishop Joseph A Martin orJ'1col.t. aiming for Is to restore a entrance chant and the celebrant accept
Bishop Carroll conceded In the same boat with the "unbecoming" that oppositionto after bowing before the
Quebec balance In the :Mass
that "a heavy burden will fall actress were Juan Crucet a the refugees should come proper altar and kissing it would
the agenda for the amended
High on In line with the liturgy! ('onIilulion' schema Jews
on our community" as a re- 61-year-old Havana mechanic, from descendants of I Irish I demonstrationof take t his seat to preside over on
meeting was a call for rite which
and Rosalia Suarez 55 They Italian Polish and K n g I 11 I s h the worshiping community
look" for the Or.
said they were! sweetheartsand immigrants, dinary a of the Mais submitted are "short, clear useless and unenrumhered As for the Scripture readings VATICAN ITV (NC) The Second Vatican Coun.cil .
repetilion -
ObituaryFather fled because they wanted "Their own ancestors of bv Monsignor Johannes Wag ." by in keeping with/ the constitution has voted final approval of the amended documenton

to be married by a Priest even just a few generationsago per, chairman of the committee the texts of the Sunday the Church's attitude toward non-Chnatians, Including

McEvoy "and in Cuba, you can't have were! treated like dirt, on the Mass and director Simplicity and Intelligibility lessons and Gospels the Jews, at ita 150th general meeting, October 15.

that." Just as the Cubans are now. of the liturgical Institute at are to be achieved by would be spread out over afIt.riod The council Fathers approved the schema as a whole
HOII/\\\OOD, Florida And they turned out to Leprl'tty
In the meantime, reports Trier, Germany eliminating additions madeto of years, instead of by a vote of 1763 to 250. They also approved by a large
Father Albert W. McKvoy: 69, fine Americans despite
from US. who The plan developed by Monsignor the Mass over the centuries having the regular annual
a Priest since ordination in newsmen the reception they received which have lost their majority the key section saying that not all Jews are responsible -
chartered a bunt lo go to Ca- Wagner's body would cycle. for Christ's death but omitting the word "del-
Brooklyn! in 1923 who had from American citizens
served in Honda since 1946, marines! the Castro-designat of their day," the edi seek to restore the noblesimplicity" of significance sn is to be put on the essential Some tents now In use cide" (God.killing) which had been included in the un-
ed port of departure, said the in the rite
died on October 12 at Lourdes torial commented could he eliminated entirely amended text
refugee Is filled with Mass called for in the Constitution parts, In which there now
ramp -for Instance the genealogies as a "breakthrough" and a
residence in West Palm
The schema
nearly WMIO( persons, and thousands "What other solution Is on the liturgy, are a succession of somewhat which approved on "renewal/ of the Christian
Beach : / no longer convey
of others are outside, there for a father whose children which was enacted by the d.sconnected prayers. non-Christians puts a councilon spirit "
the meaning they once did.
He had been an assistant tearfully pleading( to be let In. lack bread medicines council In 1961: Some compression has already record for the first timein Monsigmr Oestenelcher.

at Hollywood's" (hurch nf the clothing, shoes What other If the commission approves been done. Rut shortening The basic structure of( the Church history as recogmzmg himself a convert from Juda
Since the Coast Guard has such
Little Flower and the Requiem recourse has a family living It. Pope Paul VI may permit Is not the primary con- Mass would remain But cer good in nonChristian ism. said in a statement Issued

High( Mass wan offered been impounding all boats arriving under a communist spy system ill experimental use In a (deration The Individual t.inpmenl.\ ., such as the religion' at Hinduism at Rome that the (nun

here at the funeral on October in Florida, some shippers their young once, brainwashed limited number of parishesand parts should be properly related prayer over the offerings of Buddhism and Islam. cd's statement has I"meIf'ak

18. have been resorting to and perverted, their religious communities!! to the others so as to bread and wine, could he Key discussion on the text, "\/ points' and is not as
devious means of making sev however. centered on its
simplified along with the fervent as some would/ have
Officers of the Mass were eral trips, fourth paragraph which/ I
whole of the Offertory rite liked But he
applauded it as
Monsignor William F Me- One regularly picks a groupup sa rt attempts to bury once and
The her la that drtpJy IInilk'lnt"The
Keever, pastor who gave the in Camarloca, sails to Cay principle for all every tinge of anti-
sermon; Father Thomas Hag Sal. a small Island 35 miles the prayers of the Offertory Semitism among Christians American Priest said

pertv: of Brooklyn, a nephew off the Cuban roast, drops his should neither anticipate norduplt'ale Tracing the links between/ the the council document standsas
of the Canon. a rejection of anti!Semitism,
of the deceased celebrant; passengers and scoots back to chosen people of Israel and
Father Henry Durussil of Midland Camanoca The Coast Guard This might mean doing without the people of God" of the in all parts of the world/

picks the refugees off the Island the Orate. fratres The New Following is a partial' text
Michigan, deacon; and Testament the documentdeplores ,
of :Mi(, Oeiterreii her's
Father Patrick McDonnell, number of
Miami diocesan superintendent In Havana, the government signs of the cross already blame t the Jewish (people collectively statement,
of high schools, ,ub- for ChrUt death or
a great dv in the hi-tnn of
still more
deacon to teach Christianity in sucha
Bishop Edward: Dalmau, a Turn tableson r .Ir That such changes are entirely wav/ as to engender''' hatred this council and in the life
of the Church. it will also tx
feasible within the
retired prelate, gave the / for the Jews
a great day in the hl"on t ofhrwtian
absolution. overall basic framework The controversy at the
Redsin I Ii ( Jewish
reishncM "
Survivors include a niece, the Eucharistic celebration fourth session promised

Sister John Francis S.S.N.D., can already be seen in the sometimes by rnlttlelll'Oll"d. ( that day, 17m Bishop. arrepted

In Puerto Rico Brazil tite of concelebration. in orations. sometimes by tortuous the declaration on this

When he came to Florida In which the main part of the th >Hrjcal 4tcuMmncentered Church relationhip Id nor

1946, Father McEvoy served rite is said by all the celebrants around the amendments ("hriittaa religions with/ it*
NEW ORLEANS: NT) deeply ilfftttfirtnt tn'tion" on
as an assistant at MiamiBearh' ( aloud together: while to the text awmed in
!NBC; Wilson Hall the> Jews ("omparPd11th/ the
St. Patrick Church newsman the secondary parts arc di- a general' way at last )ear'ssession
lie also was formerly an astistant has told the story here of a i sided up As a result, the harts of Btthottt IpplIUt1. ,
young Priest Padre Milo- its message. the :all ni\ .avers" .
the become
pastor at Church rites that are essential! The word "deicMe" contained
of the Assumption in Jack near Recife, Brazil, who led a richer and more meanIngful in the former draft are a small fraction In-
successful move to offset efforts pF cioVntallv. thev are made urn
snnville and
was chaplain of .... : was removed from the final
Mount St. ]Novitiate; of a communist leader of four or five distort ir.."m'
Joseph of \Nithin the Canon itself an text and the word "cmoVmns' -

the Sisters of St Joseph in The communist, Francisco New Bishop of New OrleansTh. obvious area for change In in describwg t h eChurch's each opposing different parts
of the.
whose entire de laratmn'
Jensen Beach from 11)55! to Juliao greatest heroIs the names of the irnts' who attitude toward ...
Cuba Fidel Castro formed "WIth the council < III'I'rn\' it
1957 what he called "peasant, n.. Archbishop of New ell th... convuliieni, the infused magic In th* name, are mentioned !Some do not ti mitism" was' replaced by of this Asrtiment. an..<* N

leagues," and preached that Orlnt, Archbishop Philip M line of continuity of civiliution New Orl..".. TH. name spells have universal significance, deplore gaming .ha* "been" mark OM
and it would to
1 the only way the downtrodden Htnnan, p.uii to chit with and Christian culture has b..n of the charm of the old, retpect concentrate on seem those appealing On th. ether hand the sew habit have been hrnk n \.,

would get l land and economicaih torn of the thousands of schoolchildren the F. th. Th.y ..w.d the) Faith for the Faith a beguiling humor to the Christians of today text contains' (Ih. ward "anti. loiifer will it he pn",ih'e' ftMittk

antes was to !get guns and in hit new rcKdioc,.t.. end the Faith saved tKm" h. and vitality, not only' a reipect !vemltium," which WM std In ? the OM Testament t.,

shoot I the landowners. Mid. for but an enjoyment of the \nolher aspect of the liturgical the former tnt.n these l Ignore the profound'inkl<. between

-- ), There were some deaths At right ii hn nwly .ppomtcduiilnry H. continued: "TKt .r. the velum In diverse culture N.. : reform which !is r*.- rhinrrt were confirmed by the Church and f h o

,' ,-.= Padre Milo formed his own Bishop Harold R. Perry lmntt, m.d. operative by Orleani il more than a place, tlanllv' Dratrrstlnf Is seen In the council tote, Jewtak people' to fnrfet the,

]leagues, holding meetings In SV.D. th* gr
.y churches. lie proposed nonviolent Archbishop Hansen was in- the subject of trnarularIrantlalion head of Srion Hall Ctoep.ls l or to perpetuity the

action through such ttalltd on October 13 by Arch- --- ., the lilcrfy. l'aisereitv's l Inftttttrie of JoVoCbrurtian *- fW nottssi of a ioii.. ti\".

things!! as strikes bishop Egidio Vagnom, apostolic Trinidad churches This sponsored Studies. KM gulf of the Jewuh ptop'e' N.
The daltgat in the United OppOSO congress hailed. ) the eruntearal roun- longer win It be pimtble fn-
Priest abaseetfnrts bt
the commission
joung liturgy .
States, in the historic St. Louis '-1 ils statement. on the Jews attt Semites to usurp Hn'
were approved by his reflects the need for
...ilic.. The spiritual shepherd pending education bill Srrtptare and claim it ai thMwre "
hop-aIRII| met with landowners to views and compare
exchange .
of 600,000 Catholics Eucharist awl support of tee"
YOUR OWN BUSINESS telling them bluntly pl.dg.d PtRT.OF'P.tl'IC! ( ) a religious one. and It Is prepared their etperteiwei' to as subject of IMtIfl1IftI
hn bttt fforh for the aversion
they would have t 10 give up cam Trinidad three largest Christian to fight for this rifttt" ta produce satisfactory uniform Charleston! p.utoralnIRII"TO't'C.At. and hatred caste-ml'I
of Chrnt" at th mitallation
".nl rMthll1'1.NN 01. a. IoIt SKtlltlll. ...... lluilMl Mrs something or loie 'l'rlhln& crmoniti., denominations have )joined he said When" it does M. tees w the vartoM ( "AMi.6emniem Maud. ear
"(,., .".. 'Ic ).. .. I HlKIMIM In the long run. there" Is no ,polilHS involved" modern languages. mipe'ctatly op Krw: L ntertoetVr ef! demaxl. ,
MIKItt. l........ 5 l I'll IM dIM "Thu Und, this ptopl? hav forces In a concerted! effort by thi* 6. l'Ira' "
tllfllM, IM IIM M |..| nil Peasants have shifted font In response to what/ one for the restmn*** .t Mast ('hark*** .hs urged CaUktlics M a whole and tn 'the "
.,ll |M tll!. ell) *. Hill tlMf survived many halt, many to defeat hat they see a* an In..kt<< tallest. a ",'ntM'a)" ut and thorn to he set I to musicTV lo renew their efforts toatteM it AnU-Vmitf-' sppenradmit ..
IKIfllM N1ncIt IIM'I.UNt following Juliao to following cntai of attempt to take over private "
govtrnmtnt many tutwn.rvbtMsh > Patrick F
,N.11NnN. lot n rmgrM is dally MM. recalling world
m nit i knnw Min
I'aciie user
:Milo and other Tr
UI IM IH'lt.M .MI.. II l>HltMItlTttl >oung timi of h..rtbft.l, Through- Ryan 0 1' of PortVSpam November I to U the at
plea Porto Paul VI .fchi fore tknr
Priests government hose mad
.M.I. |N llHcllHI. tmI \\hoI Ith the help ofa I"d are
.'.{...If AvttNl ..,.". beet, few landowners srhrev.Ing left the RrumetUcal Council Pratertt en tW agenda of r.nt enrvclicat .n the a1Mt nuktskg >.,..'UI. attempts
..... NeNNNNNNNNNNNNNSubscribe bago ta Rome and flew here October the liturgy commission sac Kurtertst Myeterwaa Fidel
M eb.trwt
\ 'he
some Hall said. N"
ogress Catholic :Anglican and I to take port in the rtrvgS dud .study W isnpn'etnentain IN a poetoral ** the EurturM IM of Ut sVlarotmi ...loratsnn lice

nowAINNNN.NNNNNNN.N Presbvterum leaders sent a *. the rites of the eacreaaenlsfpm .. be reed m all etmrrtaM it is a break

SARAS OTABRADENTONyatrr letter to Prime Minister Eric The three' Christen churches Boaxiawi to UM AaCO ***- on October the &IMp toM tkroufh. s tee.al' nf t h e

\\illiams. asking! him to reconsider make up well over half the lag stek. as wei as to.S parents to tIP ..m .
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, October 22, 19M

Roundup ,


I Council discusses -problems of .priestly. life

This Is NCWCNew'' Senlc "honest support" for all treal said he wanted a more the practical development of
a roundup of the filth week of the fourth session Priests, he urged that Priests
of the Second Vatican Council precise definition of what its principles is the responsibility
City. have a spirit of poverty and constitutes priestly holiness of national Bshops'conferences
I fifth week brought detachment and be ready to ,
THE of the declaration further progress with the tdop- leave all things for Christ distinct from that of other

on non-Christiana. Bishop Stefan Barela of vocations. The present wordIng EducationAlso v
Preceding this historic
vote during the fifth week, extensive Czestochowa, Poland, whose he said, seems to "mis

debates. engaged the council's attention, prlnci.pally diocese has been mentionedas trust the work of the minis of great general Inter

the priestly me. I twofold the possible goal for the try" as part and parcel of a est was debate on Christian

Previously discussed schemas relationship: between next papal trip, said it Is Priest's sanctification, whereas education The revised council

on seminary training and between the Priest and Cod, and strange that the schema says In fact the ministry draft on this topic proposes
the renewal of the Priest and man. nothing about Priests's demotion should be
Religious lift an aid to priestly a postconciliar commission oa
were accepted in final ballots. insisting too much on the to the Pope and the holiness. education. It urges public assistance
priestly ministry, he added, Holy See. The betweenthe
unity lie listed the virtues for parochial schoolsso
Sooner than generally anticIpated !- the text could lead to t h t properto
Priest, Bishop and Pope Priest in his that the freedom of
the schema on Chris- "heresy of action" condemn. a role as a par.entt
In the Eucharistic
till education also won approval ed by Pope Pius XII. good shepherd after the pattern is safeguarded In t h e
be made emphatically of Christ, teal, pastoral choice of education for t h 11 I r
following a short de.bate. Bishop Trane runic of clear, he said, as well as the concern, magnanimity charity children. The new text also y

Split and Makarska, Yugoslavia necessity of cooperation be.t".ten patience, constant availability puts strong emphasis on adult t ,
said he found the text excellent the diocesan and _
When his
finally on October 14 to flock, and perse-
the announcement came that reflecting the bar d religious cler&y.Because verence. At the center of his Looking ahead the council, Invite to Name
work of men familiar wit hPriests' men Holy convention
84->ear-old Augustin CardinalBea of widespread spirituality! the Cardinal said, which adjourned for a week
in his difficulties and inspired discussions on the nature ofobedience must be a life of and long to l
capacity afford
as president prayer recess luff I- Uonalgnor Harold. Jordan dioce
by great affection for seated' Floyd J.
Alexandra Tredway first vice
of the intense
secretariate for devotion to the Eucharist dent time for commissions to
promoting Christian t'nity, Priests Renard Versailles. said the study amendments offered in can spiritual director, and pastors president Monalgnor Jordan and

was going to present the dec. He asked that In addition U schema should not open the Bishop Louis Cuyot of Cou- debates, still must tackle two throughout the Diocese are Inviting James J, UcAuliffe, president; and,

larstion on non-Christians on exhortations to priestly holiness door to endless disputes lances, France, asked for of the remaining "hot Irons" members of their Holy Name societiesto standing, Frank J Taasone) member- I

the floor, opponents knew the document also contain among the clergy or take up more emphasis on the role of namely, the schemas on religious attend the annual convention in ship drive chairman Johnnie II Mont

they had lost. It was another words of praise for questions dealing with this I the Holy Spirit at the time of liberty and on the Tampa October 29-31. Dioceaan Union gunnery, dioceaaa treasurer; and Clyde

dramatic moment when on Priests living la poverty, and subject! which, he said do not ordination and throughout a Church In the modern world.tMtlM Holy Name leaden Include, from left. W, King, diocesan executive secretary.
manifest sufficient
a "legal
the following day 1763 votedin persecution Priest's life, since that roleis
favor and only 250 against consistency. Concreteness Is emphasized In Scripture In
lie cited as examples of the needed so as not to leave consciences
this vital declaration relation to Christ's own public HNS In Rhodesia I
latter Orthodox Priests and In a state of unrest, He to convene in Tampa
When Cardinal Bea spoke, ministry also asked
Protestant ministers who have he said adding that a Bishopis
he strongly h for greater stress on the responsibility
emphasized t t "giv'en eloquent witness I not only the father of his ( fTM (HI IM..1) Father O'Dca will addressthe

continental upheld.sentences The hewanted through martyrdom." Twenty Priests and the leader of the the nonbelievers a Priest has of toward today topic, the lay apostolate. The men' after the luncheon, Political crisis at home
strong discussion leader for the
of living under marxism apostolate but also an "ani .
years at
a Ifnf'ral..llion to be
applause from the floor clearly .thOI, who are not of I
liturgy will be Father John X,
have convinced him, he said mater of the sanctity of at 2 30 p.m.
his fold.
indicated how the great Unnehan also of Father
of the truth contained In a Priesta. prompts Bishop's return
majority of the Bishops felt. saying of i Russian philosopher Benjamin Cardinal de Ar- It should be made clear, he Lawrence Cunningham, Before adjournment that
Equally forceful applause said, that the council's of Tallahassee will moderatethe afternoon, the men will set a
riba 7 Castro of Tarragona, (CMI..... lea, Hit Ml
greeted the announcementthe !Spain said that aside from schema on the Priesthood Is panel on the People of film "Pages of Death presented reasonable hope nf promoting thoughtless men attempt! t ta
"If Cod canrot produce jutlice by the CitUens for Decent order society without taking
following day that this only a starting point and that God the common good
being the last schema the
crucial battle had finally end !In the world through His Literature, Inc.Sam the Maker's rules into ao
ed with a linal'Ictory for children, then he will do it agenda this wss also "the Lattimer of Tampawill In the context t of the statement count

through, the devil" most important of all those Pope create U.S. the phrase "extremeact In their joint let
those who long had felt thatjustice discussed in thla assembly" s new be the toastmaster ..tSaturd.y' pastoral
Auxiliary Bishop Stephen A. outside the constitution"was ter "Peace through Justice"
had to be done to the The Second Vatican Council banquet. The
people who through the ages Leven of San Antonio, rose to must be a council of holiness boys' choir from Mary Helpof taken as an obvious reference ((1MI), the Bishops said:
the defense of assistant province Bishops to a unilateral declaration "Our profession of Christian
have suffered such cruel per. pastors be said, and this schema nai mes Christians School In Tampa
who, he said. have "no of Independence brotherhood contrasts
sedition. should be entitled "Tne I lollress will perform, prior to the most
The debate on priestly life juridical status and almostno of Priests," including In /IMI.".. In* HO .*.) ary IS, 1105.! He was ordainedIn address by the Archbishop. The Catholic Bishops of unh.prllyll'lIh reality; conformity >

ended October H. Speakerssuch rights"( In the Church. that general term those who ley was the fourth Bishop of Milwaukee oa May 30, 1931, The men will reassemble to Rhodesia have emphasized to the social patternIs

as Benjamin Cardinalde Assistants should be treat. enjoy "the fulness of the St Augustine, 1'14 to 1921)). lie served as assistant director hear a speaker at breakfaston repeatedly In the past ,few accepted without demur as
ed as consultors of their Most Rev. Patrick A. that the gradual deterioration If It were compulsive and]
Arriba Y Castro of Tarragona pastors Priesthood," the Bishops.It of the NC\SC Youth Department Sunday morning, October years ;
: !Spain and Julius Cardinal ht said Bishop L e v e Basked O'Boyle was named Archbishop from 19-W to 1945; as :31, In the hotel! A brief bust-' in the relations between grave Injustices are overlook

Doepfner of Munich, : should Insist thai semiarlans of Washington and the assistant general: secretary of ness session will include an the white minority ed as long ai !they only affect

Germany insist on the obligation "Would modern, technologyand hears virtues early In Most Rev. Francis P Xeoughwss the NCvSC from m to m. officers' training panel,
of Priests to live a holy Industry spend so much their training, particularly named Archbishop of and as general secretarysince I\41.01101' ( was due to "I JUl. wonder thai Chris

life and to share it with !those time and money to train men humility, the Cardinal ronllnaed Baltimore on November "l 1, DMBishop The closing event of the the withering of Christianprinciples tlanlly, esiabllihed In this

I entrusted to !their care. and use them so poorly Modern otherwise eiprrlrnre confirms 1947 At the lame time, the elect Breitenheck convention will be the prncrs- In public life at the east of in great continent
, successful managers have that they art unlikely Maryland counties of Montgomery slot of the Iliily Name So- ilmhnp Donal It I-anvmt,
was born In Detroit, August sacrifice, Is stow In
Priestly lifeIt learned that treating grown to "learn them al all. Prince I Georges !. lilt Ht was ordained on rlrlles Into the hatred Heart 0 Carm., of t'mtall d,,'lar- peril
men at individuals worthy of Charles, Ctlvert and St. bench for Mass at' 11,10;: ed In his pastoral Utter "Pur "Though many fail to see
UU, I II. .
30. is
Paul lay
of Moo >
was pointed out that personal reverence, trust and Leger Mary's were added to the to the late Cardinal 'clock. ', chafed t People" ((1K) : It, or refuse through sheer

Priests should not restrict confidence Increases effectiveness City of Washington as part of Id..rd secretary; Mooney of Detroit "What Is really at the heartof selfishness to acknowledge It,
themselves Just to Church and does not lessen the trrfedloceit Until! nh U to 19U. All of the local banners the trouble (tin Rhodesia) the doctrine nf racial super

artiv ities. although Priests authority In the Church this PersecutedHungarian has had no suffragan .... lr\m11H4 brought to the convention will Is that God has been banished ", only at taught tad practicedby

must be Inspired by the 1 My lessen is far from being universally Bishop flrlmmtlsmsn! b* displayed during meetings, politely from public life many In this country, dif

Eucharist as the center of known, This schema named Bishop of Evansville" Red attacks and carried In the public proc 1 Ills eternal law has been firs little In essence from that

their vocation They should should assist In teaching It in 1M4. whea that set was ,ulA., quietly set aside a 0 d of the nails,"

remain in contact with t h e Authority Is never le....,. erected, was born in Clneto-

affairs of men so as to help ed when Its proper role Is dies small in IBM! He/ was rector of continuedin i

them wKh their problems. understood and observed"Auxiliary Bishop the Pontifical College Jo-

Bishop Joisef trphlflum at Worthington,
John Cardinal license of Bank of Gyoer Hungary, '1f:\S''C( ) Bishop Ohio from IM2 until Ms appointment Sudan

Westminster, England: << wanted praised the schema's treatment Brrtalaa Badalik 0 r of at the first Bishop ii! '
a warning<< again "I e a e of Priests' salaries and "e"prem. Hungary who was of Fvanivtllt.Bishopelect. incut siroar

.oh,," In the Priesthood who social security In its Insistence kept under virtual arrest for Tanner w a i Otto, Central Afrlran fie-

"avoid the company ef their oa social justice many years by \the Hungarian bora la Peerta. Illinois Janu- public (NCI Two Priests, THE POPE'S VISIT
fellow Prints" and at a result government, has died, according II native Stains and severs!
"rarely d. God's ..rlL He asked that the schema to reports reaching here. other\ Sudanese Catholics hoe
..11." urge HM restoration .( "sa f.9 dtatJa concerning the 'forge/ arrived here after Swlaneie

Bred eloqt'eee (reaeklag) to soldiers attacked their mission
death of the 74>earold prelate &
Regular! rods to the laity of Its pristine splendor." were available Cardinal tolls at Mopol &U the southern"

I parties prevent anucwicaiism. Sudan.
he said, and should be The last to speak before the Bishop Badallk tail ant The mid September attack lit' r

encouraged cloture vote was Bishop been allowed to carry tut his bogus bishopIWISTON' the minion station ai reported
'But visitation of families Fransiskus Zak of Sankt finritoes as Bishop slate III
(NO) A letterfrom here to the Verona Fathers
brings besards of Its owls" PoeHefl. Austria who asked chew !M was baaUbrd" byron Richard Cardinal Cuah took place while Father i

said Carteal Hetnan "Dangeroas for a positive approach to minis! tkorltks It the leg of Boeton apparently" has Manse re"lal.) vicar drlt.
befwm.d. celibacy to bolster levier conviction village of H.X abet IS*
rieMeMpt can ended a btaarrt inctdmt that gttt to Mopol' and Fatttrr
All Priests, but especially ttpeclaBy of young' miles sertb.f Budapest. began during a football gtmtbrtwr Joseph Cast acre celebrating

the ywflger' clergy PtMsU Willis I I advocating Ills whereabouts after that +,n Harvard I'niverslty II... Soldiers began firing

must be teN .bjr the council were uncertain, although It and Holy Cross Col .it ta la the town.Father .
of te danger eI chootwgfrteMi lodgings scarce for Worcester Mattacnuseni.Dertng .
eichtatvely" from was reported be bad bern hen Penlil escaped l amid t

among the Ia4y Colombian Congress pd.ll ed. lilt game, a mat .kM.. m the tall grass behind

H. praised the schema's, BfXtOTV NCI The rentI'IIItt" Bishop Badalik was ordained wearing tht rebrt .f .. tilt mission for K hours.
a Priest la 1914 end was
rtrotnmendetiott that Priests la charge of lodgings Atfllcan<< bishop made lhmotUni h
Father Cail hid wnlrr tl1.ro..f .
named a Bishop In IX, afterlie .. the
tf blfsiltg
be n
heetNlaMt U each ether for the IntenubMul F.ucha-
of the Hitters' htnt"
served as provincial for before wviil
and! take rerreaton together Hit* Congress to tit held here the Itaganaa DonUaicaa lltntrd players Jutl the aoMiers became distracted

s .re "it Is by DO ...** acute ta JKfl has learned that there Father the srcood half with the looting of the

of twit for Priests to are ewrentty only 17'21 guestrooms 1//. sprinkled water upon .',Iftt.' house and the aVtivdnord ,
play a round ef golf together tvsftable M Bogota, ale ftltkoe BadtlJk had averted<< trim and then .left the field t convent of the F1heo>

Priestly compeer hemp a though eppreshnalety 100 ne) ."' ... Hingaritt Immigrant Harvard ahisMil demanded. peals Sittns, who had been

lead ef .Meets** (III ttsetf persons are expected to attend rtnminKks .In America prior an esplaaabM Harvard! edIt I removed sontt time bvftrtTht .
Lawrence Carton! SMiaa U* congress U his roos+crsUoe te I k Hats tracked down the bofus Swdsnvst M
nuns were
of Betomere pfreOd for a re- The Mcmgs' committee bessaad.rug episctptie, buMp and the robes confrond .
(tnterrtgatH at to Uie wh rt
tetmtsMt between a pnfIONl! to establish
Bishops hanging. in hit clout In
Ifls death Bfwr1 October atmils of the Priests, hut
and Prieets bated MI iwtualaffectm ta air sen see bl.ea
M or II in Budapest, to 'which Harvard's tttntftfop House would not tell They too fled
M that Priests m s Bogota and some compare-
y His Identify Is being shielded
N moved' with. government during' the 1ooWI,.
fool they are their Bitmap ifnenda lively rkwe cities with good Out The youth who said he d.. The '

rattier than hu tfe "hurts They al*. gait some prrmttetoa(la Rome, the September members of tree to become ta Episcopal, *.WUri 11 fire U ...... substance of things loped for\ ,h
meets' bop ta IN possibility that minister wrote to the press and .huts. .In the' area, killing
the Hungarian hierarchy aletending
The Mrtmi received st orttaatiM ctNMtnsrUot of a large hotel the RmmeMral CeuaHt dent of IMy. Cress, apokgin.Ing .easy rl*Olios. the evidence of things not seen. "
). Cardinal Wirtiaa son M brim to Bogou may fir bM actions lit said Inno
*t H to offrr
) RegssemMau
The Priests awl mien rid
said Is the tstaMuhffieftt of te competed by that time.MEN .
for Bttlwp Badalik the he got the Idea .h-fl he heard eward the Central African

day after ku ...th. The afurtmm that I(off Cross players al K......... and after many pm.ee ef rot .... ,. -4 as e5/r +r Mile err ripe wed ........... de UN ply
Kntartt was celebrated way. rented a blessing bo- DM Mr* of Ptwi SM I..M. TW. *. ..< tn w*| to .....l..< ..*.. .. dw .r14.
I An Invitation fore a footbaR ruls they fwatty reH>HHtmrMtJ. u51 M Ai III 51st olM, ........ b, 5. lie d.uss c.r.e .M e ...b.eM .... MI/.
ry Archbishop EadreHamvat game the rest village ta Mew' rrt. tM fosea. acne _..d _euu.1Ii ew .| .< OM IWM, SMV Ht4 IUWM ,.. r.pls filii/
;ee tae' aflere: to mi lat et* Kahru, acting A ropy ., the Intrr ., .*.a.! the ether ***e of to. 001"' ,. .t tv..ei It .MoUwty ..,._4 M 1 ....... ....4 M .to.o.,Mi| OWIM.O..O>|M| M fun ounx
rMirmatj ., the. IfvfigarlanBtthnft ... IM fedIshMde.w.d.5ewA,
eaafrrene. ogy was sent to Cardinal Cash One Broth" and t RMrmtwrt taf. lift. AMI k... I* M (ML TM ... MMI
Among "g. fjttrhuU and (lies? wtvtt W h WrfAtnr AOTCIA1 tcroir
those asttftinc was MoeurnorAgottje alto made the escape trek T\aI smo sal wind I. boss ......... h doe
Our Ladyof CasartUrrury asdosee. He wrote the stalest to t. Tto --Ltf S>v4. to Ml ewe.ed..ef THE POPE'S VISIT
for extraordinary ecelrturtjral "PVase forget about K. Dott .... H... M t prs.a..1 sad Itm-. eooosd
arfttrt ., I' worry about It hi I III air -, IH*ftirtoMo. ..) OM MMM, '"< .>* O-"r h..e .....>.'. ..A M MOM .. t 4 .....|
e any way -5Ie ply o.n,11 M .. ,*se OM,.tM. .o.l) 0. .... ..
papal I* clue ag.tut.d the Holy fee's sate and your MntMM SOlD! tea peos is o.kwr. |MSOn > --- ...
Florida modus vtoetxtt rOk Hutigary "1 hp and pray there wit 1! ....,..... ee55 ,.. rl .M ...... "fill"" ..aC yaw ewe'. yo... .ro.-t.. ..... erw
.. ... -'-' ,.... -. You. .., 1M his 0.455.. ca.... assnea .
last yeatS be ae 4itrtpMary arUa UkM M hr hiss. ."a ... ........... rd.ao .. an..5
against yo.. Tht Mftn/Hj M .... e.d Cloud M M lino ,.- .. ,.. ,..... w ..... -. aM. Sail too
HOUSE it that fb1r \'_.. T1IOI a .. __k ply ..d r .*.... rwDtnn
bi Old iA
MONASTERY t H nnn 1 emiMntrtl age posh. kio (aeS. is S..wetwpe_ ... ...... f., t'... II 'I" ,.. ..., cr. .... .,
PASSIONIST FATHERS Support when M nest like this hap ** tO *..*. sad ,*..... tn .!>. ,....... M N w re ...... i.d e.4 ILO pw Mr l
peas It U greatly riaggtratH .. fWMTUOto MlMM..

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