The Florida Catholic

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The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title:
Fla. Cathol
Place of Publication:
Miami Fla
Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Creation Date:
December 10, 1965
Publication Date:
45 no. a year[<May 1, 1987-Feb. 6, 1997>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1939-]
50 no. a year[ FORMER <Mar. 26, 1982>-]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 44 cm.


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


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

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: CatholicS'OL. study of modern world

By James C. O'Xelll

VATICAN CITY (NC) The Second Vatican Coun.

X\MI, No. 6 Orlando, HorUa Friday, December 10, 19ftt 10c cil, the first of the 20th century, ended with an effort to

repair the damage to Christian unity which has enduredfor

almost a thousand )'flrs.

With the end there came the beginning' of the great

St. Peter's Rome task of implementing all \the goals set by the total of 16 a

schema completed.The tea ;
plenary tension ended with a discourse by Pop

Paul VI in which he praised" the work of the council. vM

impresses visitor At the solemn public plenary may be guarded and taught
session of the council De- "
more .frldl'nll,.
comber 7, a dl'dar.tlon1
read which sought to end. the Ot this goat Pope Paul declared -
By Monslgnor Gumming through which we peer dark. psychological block existing : 'llis great purposehas

VISIT to st. Peters In ly" and we sense His presence between! the Roman Catholic now been achieved.
A t; and omnipotence, Church and the Orthodox 'To appreciate' it properly ;
Rome la more than a !p ton ltIlClr St. Peter's has grandeur: be. Churches of the Fast that It is necessary to remember.

trip. It Is an experience J yond t'ompare-It is artistic grew out of a split betweenthe the time in which it was $
And It can no more adequately a. George with the genius of the .&uIt two churches In the 11th realized: a time which >

be dumbed in adjective Cummingstranscend Is massive and gigantic be. century admits ia oriented toward + y

*, adverbs statistics fond the power \\ord.-but Of the council, the. Pope the conquest of the kingdom: _

or ma salve superlativesthan towering above all these Is the said: "Nexer before, perhaps of earth. rather than that of

can a visit to Niagara unique sensation of being so much ai on this occasionhas heaven; a time In which 'forgetfulness ,

Falla be wrested out of this world, like the. Church felt the need to of God has become

The put down on paper. artistry, magnificence St. John and given a brief know, to draw near to, to habitual and seems. quit
sounds of
that mighty massiveness, beauty touch of etermtv. understand to penetrate, wrongly, to be prompted by I ;' .f

cataract hurling them and gl\es us a quick and fleet Me. all too soon sense our sent and e\angellxe: the society the progress of science; a ? .f.
selves .
upon our eardrums; time in which the fundamental

in which she lives and t
ing glimpse of God's Infinity. weakness and feet of clay but e
the sight of the avalanche of the human &
the. memory of that experience to come to trip: with It, almost ad person .
of water racing and hurtling The artisans who conceived Is a buolnilholl&ht. to run after It in Its more conscious( now ot It eaesal. .

to the depths, and the St t. Peters Basilica were undoubtedly rapid and continuous himself and of his liberty

very vibrations of that case Inspired.I They Possibly that was the very change!: MIsrly tends to pronounce in favor ot Fathers blessed at CouncilAt

themselves seemed to be notion that existed In the his own absolute autonomy.
a ding i torrent coursing raided aloft with their vMon. minds of those masters, Michelangelo \ : In his speech, Pop In emancipation. from every final public session, of Vatican Alfredo Carvlinal Ottavlanl at his Me,

through our body cannot And their efforts in stone, Rramante. Sangallo, Paul recalled that Pope John transcendent law; a time In Council H, Pope' r.ul1 blesses Council the Pontiff promulgated four document

properly be told to another. marble, .wood bronte, gold: Rernim as they devoted their XXIII who had ummned which secularism seems the Fathers and others, who jammed bringing to 18 the number of I

Just so is St. Peter's. still continue to pull us on lives to the creation of MPeter'sto t. the council, had stated as Its t legitimate t I consequence ot Ft. Peter's basilica on December 7, formal fruita of the Council"
The world is tiled with major goal that that sacred modern thought and the high-
high. It Is as though for lust a raise man'i mind Seen here walking? In procraaion with
man's attempts somehow to moment God clears the "EI' I and heart to God. deposit .f( Chrlsllia dtctrln cut wisdom In the temporal

come a hit closer to God via ordering of society, a time, Important ronilderalluns was deep! Intentions, to 111 authentic si the. superman of yesterday

the simple chapel or the grandiose moreover, In which the soul that "It has been deeply committed manifestations" and today ever frail, unreal
of Blessed
cathedral fntold numbers Recognition of man has plumbed the U (the Judy III f the The Pope's speech was very selfish and savageman: unhappy
of of and with himself as h*
such churches attestto depths Irrationality modern world." revealing of his deeply fl'ltt'onl'l'rn
man's genius and often his denotation, a time, lastly for modern In laughs and cries, man the
which Is chsrarterired by Stressing the flmrch'i Increased man. artist ready to perform .
touch of Inspiration.Some upheavals he became almost versatile ,
represent' many lifetimes hermit honors Orient ) and a hitherto unknown concern for the one passage he 'INlh ot any part:: man the nan
of work and are indeed decline of even the world l'oiw| Paul said this Is row devotee of nothing but
hurrh's for man
the ( concern
in great world religions. a "response| to the distances scientific reality: man ai hK .
Incomparable artistry \ATICAV CITY (NOPope raul't has beatified symbolically burled the 900yearold "as he really Is today"
mutual ecommunl- "H was at such a time ai and divisions ws have w Itnested a creature' who thinks and
But St.! Peter's seems te a hermit from the hills of Lebanon, Father ChsrbrlMakhlouf. recent centuries The Holy rather. spoke of
r.linnlhk'h since then have this that our council! was heldto over loves and tolls and Is always
served symbol of the the honor of God In the in the last century and In our the "man all wrapped up In waiting. for something .
Fr. Marronin As he' noted after the beatification ceremonta. this as a the himself the man who makes
schism between the. Roman name of Christ and under the own especially 1 between man sacred because of the Inc
Marnnite-rite PrWt of the last century is the. first confemor Catholic and the. Pastern: Orthodox impulse of the Spirit" Church' and snular soclrt'This >'. himself not only the center' of, nncem* of his thiUlhood. hI".

of the Orient brought to the altars according to attitude has been his every Interest but daresto cause of the mystery. of hit
ChurchesAt Analyilng. the rellglmstalue l l i claim that he Is the I
Rome prim
at deed
at the present procedure' of strongly and unceasingly .poverty. heraus of the '
Mmiltanenus the beatification cereRrCOC.MTION at the round), the I'npedeclared and of all
atantinoplf pie explanation
the Catholic Church." work In the (council so muchan cation of his suffering: man
ceremonies' 800 miles apart, : : pace fits that sns of( Its mint that aims base been Inclined reality ai an Individual and man In

Irish College This he declared te be a to sun IMS.t that an easygoing Fvery.: perceptible elementIn SIM'Icty' man who lives In the

"i> mboJ of union betweenBait Jubilee centered in and eireifthe renponaivenesa man emyon of the countless glories of the past and dreams

nom (!Special) Father and West" The pop to the outside world guises In which h* appears of thnii* of lilt future man

F..monn Marron, professor of saM : to passing events cultural has In a sense been di,.. the sinner' and th. saint"
"WtMt a sign of ecctoital fashions, temporary needs played In full view of the I
canon taw at All Hallows College !
.. Dublin and one of theIrluh fraternity among Christians individual dioceses and an alien way of thinking<< council l Fathers, who In their" The I'npe' Insisted, ,
while the council! hailrniuldered
ot Uw solute wwk And what And thai
Priests who has helpednut may ha\e assayed the persons turn are mere men vet
an .honor rendered with joy hv and arts of the ecumenical all of them are l'IRIIt" and, mnii'l 'frailly, II
in Florida during recent \\Tlr.\ nn' (:Mr) Pope" rul1 haa publi.hl'dl.bI"hinr Pma XII the new event will ''In.I.It'dfry much m 'r*
Church of tome to theMaroniterile
the synod to the detriment of biothers. whose, position atcordingly '
summers has been appointed constitution MIl an "extraordinary renter around the Ilwho|. side of man
and through It an apuntnln the. religious oriental' of the fills Ih..1w II h ups's l (III' pleamnl
> present of the I historic to the Oriental Churcwws' jubil'H. beginning January 1, 1964, and ending May 29 '>fUnlike of the. Individual diocese council Itself soliciting and kive. rather' lies as his "pll'lu,1

Irish College in Rome The beatification took |place of the same \rnr to celr- rather than around the |ter'" 'Me tin not bl'lil'thl' Among these guises we .ne. III stllluHe *.. very

Father. Marron is himself a Sunder. only tn days before jubilee of the son of the "l'l'|' In Home shnitiomlng should I.I*. lin may cite man as the tragic much and deliberately. 'pllmlille '"
graduate of the Irish Collecewhere brate the conclusion I of the h the Holy' V, ar
jest sun M ) .
the Pope and Ecumenical Patriarch All privileges and indulgences jested to It, to Its real ami actor of his own plays, nun,
he w as ordained In 1Vt Second Vatican C tl.cwnarataMy of tt 50 drxm-J by P"1"
Athtnagorai I of ConAllegany uni i .
ronneiteil with the
for the Meath Diocese In recent "lnateaa/ ) of depressing

years He has taught ran extraordinary event will two Rome and Constantinopletake 'ut ,proponed! en-ouiag-"

on law at All Hallows. Dunlin Sisters select Tampafor able to be enjoyed or gained Ing remedies. Instead of dirt
a seminary ran bv the In the individual dkwene 'fwd prognontlratloni! m i

Vincentlan .'alh..rt. and one and. Catholics are' not required step toward unity sage. of trust l issued from the

that has sent Pnet tn council M the pretentday
many to 'Rome to
to come
the Diocese of St Aufuiiine new southern headquarters them In the. V\1ir\N ('IT)' ((1(') Home and Omatantlnople. ., world Th modern world'svalues
gain aa pint
were not only rei|>e. led -
the chief lies rrufx-ctlvely.' of the Catholic' and the Orthodox
During the summer ef 1"1 T.\\11'\. The SMlrrs of 8t Pram is of the southern let Sister. Mary Pali maOSK I'npe' Paul .railed on theacrid's Church, have buried" In aimultaneoiM. reiem nl"ii M ntmored.' Us efforts approve
*nd again In HI. FNhrrManna Catholics" during this
of M !, Its aipirattons
came I. Florida U at- province will move In t>> their temporary provincial hocme "Paul. t:i la Elementary superior S< hnol In celebration to mark It with the excommunlratli their letters. huikul. at sine another and hles.e
slit MMlgrt James J. He" at :yNM Perry Avenue Tampa on Saturday. December 1 1H. IVterthurg They f'r'' daughters the. "pr.c tin of the virtue ot more than tulip( ( years ago The l' H o acknowleilgeifthat .

Its, pastor .f M Paul parUa Reverend Mother Joan Marx 0 R F the superior general of Mr and Mrs Pairs.< k repentant| e II. acid) These. escommunk.ll ,n. of HMt htr."'''') the great the counc II "did not at.

I I. JaelMiivHle. Heard. from Allcfany. New. York will be present for the or-a- Nash of (County Mayo )Ibv Me ardently desire that schism which hs rent r **.t from YVet for nine riituHIn tempt to rewilve. all the urgent.

shin Invited> gueoU" including Prtoota form the surroumling lei compHH. their acKntling the foUftwets of Christ not be. relegating them to but. .problems' of mfld..rl1iCf'

The Irish CohVge. Rome. ices wriQ attend Uw outdoor evening Moan marking there' the sisters mewed toHMHMI Mfurfird' merely with liVID tarry both rhurfh* tank along of ualay*..e was founded in hill during ol .... Itueka: lab
tat '
blameless lives that as ,
HOIII leceived the IM ( hurc h s >r
the Penal... which forbede Uw event. step toward that unity,
of Use AlkifMyrYasKtscaas much as human effort allows. awl of Uw Wales Ckwch
holy .iMlxt ., M Krwwls \l-I (alive teaching on
the training of Priests or Mr ... tine ar.- )legacy Ms M71'rsar they earnestly' rk after hull which two general councilsawienihied nil a4 ih.l tln*. wf fading of iu.*llans who h today

Catholic services la Ireland MM suswnar of theFrasscuKaa elates. sad oao vro-proyux of III. This law luclet a for (hot |*ir|-i** oa Saset4ayi M well at Jrt- weigh opus. man s cones( in s

The founder of the College Sisters. at Immaculate U as. conformity with tM !. ....< to Jams. a, firmer 6.t..rmiMlMMi la pest at Lyons Irancr, in days awl II livity .'

was the illustrious Irish aeholar sealer pastoral. concept of ......, IMTUM had. been 'u- lire. effw lively the Christian. 1Z7I. and at ferrara amiFlortnre. A delegation' M. by r.,011- po(.. "Paul alto ln."td that

and patriot FaUwr Ui* CoartfKtoa CAllulll, authority within a religiouscooMiuinty l>erls< at Corpus l1lII| Virtues. eifiertally charily. ,. a Italy HVM3 sal Mumhrrt of hiss CaMtidawent tM Church through the roust'
Wadding 0 Y M CnpaM Apr.... Jamaica. a* suggested by CrhMrf. .to MMWIMulfcer invert renlulMMt. It follow onaUotmopI M IM "
West. .laden. .ha been suunodMother failed.. tn achieve" 'to ( nil has nV. Urr-t herself the
The ( itleje was at. first a tM Xermtd Vat KM CouMilTh I.MCIM. is rwsioVrmlai Christ crurifMNi. MIl a ton- Twin, look. Men of Pot*. duo IX. to try servant. lit humanity at th*
reremoniM I"ac.
ProvMcial ., tM |
branch ef !lit floor* i Church aw barrios will also foriliUte ttt es|",,,...1'1I ..4mmui<.- slant pfearcufmlinn wrth enUrging to r.sol.. tM diflerenres, Um when her teachingI'OI'I
It. Joosfh. Provtac of ... at the sane time at M IviH very
ctietqurled the '
which is still bw 1M admUHst/aUots and di.roues lee. web af.naaled with ,the the kmrfnm nf loud .
Sisters of tM Third Or*.rlUtstor i a4. at 1M t'hansr ,IMKeaitquarters /'I.ItPSItr11FA: page flu :, bark "U
Irish Franciscan FathersIV .
of Its .
nl( the apoololaf I'hIwInltHft In the southern In his .letter. the'rap. esprtwH
rrf the .:r".nl'
of It ProcarM of Aiofaay. >
Franc the s lets paid, stairs and in Jamaica, WestIrwln hit detirt that IswjMMk
must r*.er4 aM b,.tIM i"anr .
cal P lririhte" of CosutanlinopU
New York
S grs4.aie. *f Ike. Irish Mtf. "a: I.(. ,ana '." s>i.. received l her "" \t.* ....."flit |Joe ally m what' It now litin More English at Masses

College. was lather (HfcrrPlketl The M. Jw k "PmlM-iat- I'.tt )II.-ior ol Art Ih'att fr.M throughout IK* worM'Me but, Ml fi",imhf" 7. the flu
I' ( ..!lre Miami and I
lure M
wM aue tmutt\r4\ ale pros MUod > r...tdrr tt ..,m.1 U of the last formal. votinf U
hit" Inl... I... '-I Ws .*. from ert' Serums I. at a/11'1Mi. summer t h>w| ask that Ihll tttfti J'lIbll re t"erlrbrated !trio mooed Vcltran Cowed,I I1It. in U.S. effective Mar. 27

diaatlci.After. IVrMj awl Ir4o4r Jimil.ea. 5 gn by a nuth'rat In each disc..
West Judas TM t.,ioI a: !h i f the ( atholir<< I rut \allrtii KerrelarUlef ',
af Ibis II .W renUrH U ,lk. ICIIMI: ( 'i'I. mires ae.l| IIMf K:>igli h at Ma i
tJ Vr""UIT at Tens.s.see PromMing" <(< Hrlilij t .ray.
tears Vrfnpem
many b I led here la '
rw ,
cathedral ami In Ik* ..... hf.k-. Pa,... :sn> la' .
the I mte' | I"talus nest iiin
,nirtrr. M was rapturedand Tampa. abet IM' sew '.t ft p"'r" Ma"dItrzr ....... w"d Ihn .list drriahs.f will begin in .
martyred far the Faith \Iedwr Pr*.torM hiss lakes ;: in KKato: l I 1,7. asp U .1M", she fWk h<; her* CUM "I'avl M aM I'alrl-" March 27 arroHmg tn a I formal' ilerMNHl by the t"TM

He has smr beet beati/io I* re.idece.Mackw .. r\! : c: and OHMSMTC I from efntrd. ai. I. a father and arch \lken
byte* Owe IJSCSBSI hasa r';; Lam BivnsKy, 1'0. w Aster ..a...... l Issued "here. HtfUnt date. fee IM Sorted. are t lat prefaces to the
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')..,T f .K un is prrsaMlljrar that awing law romuig >ubtIff by IM lied and reipnndidto
tour coaansars to aaawl .MfhMtor arch. Ath iMKiiri/ acre pres.eIM AMOTITM Mtslwa at their antwo
Confirmation Josrsbls Mar.,' .t. J FthillNlli.,( x"a- when law failMul. fu M HI Pwr'rM. last 1'* lull meatiag wbu..h two hy tM .pp ,|ile tic' il'ec' the
|k ; t1.e ,H,therm pt'V\,1ICW attend.. sacred. rrt.MMMr< or Prayer over the C"S
vIMary' Ihote rcnrnxM presided inrrby .... ball SMMh TV
US V arrWralsr M ..
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The roanrauttoa i ; ) : Ma great or gain "' "i, 4.t mi. r formerly calM the See H
Itotprtal. West Pi i ih nlea' Pqpa 4M.IMOD war atJMOHSMod by
..1 i ,iMlinK ,,,tlt missioai tmort geswralireottMl Corn
for the I wce* of SI Augas- U a. a ( J. e awl tM Prayer after
tn headed oy t'enusteea as
first cwacttor; T war l. Medal,
tint for tM sonny wash isas oj '. |I' s nleAPrstt .MHlfMmi of ,1 wide at Mahmoreass munmei' .\a a r,,,ull, tn:' tt
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f lio ". with tM ret.m.eiee .- mane due to lh' *. ihnuMan IX( will, M earl fi"r n.u''" a'r iIM 1
for IM inIjturgy '
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tn English
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parts ? bb 5s4 uly to confessors. ... U IM newly. apiwm'ith'ngtvh l
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I Irath.

Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, December 10,1965I :

Florida ReportsSt Vocations seen influencedby

Petersburg GulfportHOLY Tallahassee variety of factors


White elephant tale and The Sacrament of Confirmation Father Mario OF.M. of MUXDKLEIN, Illinois (C-"Many) in the field of

bake tale will be held on December will be conferred on Thomasville, Georgia, will be vocation work speak of one special factor as an indication .

12 following all the Friday December. 10, at Holy guest lecturer at the day of 4 of a vocation, but this is not true" Father Jeremiah
Mauei. It It sponsored by the Name Church Monsignor recollection for the rY
womenof Cam. has told some 40 vocation directors at
Patrick J. Maloney ,
Nolan pastor of St.Paula
Blessed Trinity Women'iClub
the parish to be held at Vocation Seminar here.
in Jacksonville, will the fourth National Carmelite
Articles for sale may be Blessed Sacrament Church on
brought to the social haU on administer the Sacrament to Saturday, December 11. The "The 1 best we can do is to. lop" he said "large families

Saturday, December 11. approximately 80 children opening lecture will be fol. list the earlier social characteristic are underrepresented in pro.
Christmas trees will be sold and 20 adults. This the tint lowed by the celebration of indicative of later during vocations.! "

In the church parking lot by time Confirmation has been M.... Afterwards luncheon stability in the seminary leading Statistics point out that 40
the Blessed Trinity I Men'sClub administered! in Holy Name the to ordination, and try to
will be served in parish per cent of vocations come
on Saturdays and Sun Church. Previously, parish- hall followed by further lectures find fellows who measure" up from families with two or
days. A rood selection will be loners had combined with and Benediction of the to these factors he con three children, with the "vo.
others in the at another tinued.
available. in
Most Blessed! Sacrament cation family" having four or
church. clinical
The speaker a psychologist
the daylong spiritual event. Families
LADIES .f K .f C Holy Name Wome,,'. Club is in Grotto St. then set up a tenta less children. with
Mrs. Robert Handberg blessed PetersburgParishioners child 10
only one or or more,
The Ladies of the Frank J. will hold a Christmas partyon tive model toward which vocation -
of luncheon reserva
charge of
have only 10 per cent; vocations
December 14 at I in should direct
Lewis General Assembly will p m. of director
bona St. Jude Church, St. Jmmaculuate Conception Mass wu of he said
have a luncheon at the Princess the social hall. A Christmas The students ef the high Petersburg attended the of their effort
program will be presented by blessing fered at noon in conjunction with "We should Ignore pietistic
day December Martha Hotel 11 on at Satur noon. the Holy Name School chair school CCD religion classes breakfast the grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes the blessing The first factor Is the relationship display," the speaker said,

Members and guests are invited. directed by Slater Elsa: 1 were in entertained the parish at hall a priorto above, on December 8, the feast of the ef family size. "unleu we can judge what is

Charles OP, and accomps- their first examination of "Contrary. to .popular. OPUV genuine in it.

tiled by Mn. Glenn Thomey. the school year. Members of "A better indication Is (the
ST JOSEPHA Mrs. Fred Ranierl chairmanand Deland BeachOUR
the Women'i, Guild were spon Daytona Sharing our treasure sacramental life of the bon
dessert card party, sponsored Mrs. Horace Fleliher, lora of the event with Mrs. ST. PETER LADY OF LOURDESOur 40 per cent of those entering
by St. Jaieph's Guild of cochairman are planning unusual There will be a display of
p. F. Freaney as chairman. Lady of Lourdes Wom the seminary and being er-
St. Petersburg will be held In and S festive I refreshmenti. Christmas gifts available for en's Club, Daytona Beach Student discovers Church dalned went te roafessloa at
the hall on 22nd Avenue everyone adults and children,
parish MaitlandST.
will have a Christmas cover least every two weeks and 41
and 21st Street South, at New Smyrna Batch MARY MAGDALENThe in the parish hall on December ed dish luncheon on Tuesday, per cent went te dally Mass
12. Ladles of the Sacred
1 p.m., en Saturday, December SACRED HEART Holy Name Society Is Heart Circle December 14 in the Lourdes divine authority foundedTHIS These, then, weuld be thes
are sponsoringa
11. The public Is invited. Room of Our Lady of Lourdes t e e 11 Indicators the
The charity project of the sponsoring a f ather-son break. Christmas bazaar Many of r n g
Donation is one dollar Altar Society far the month fast to be held at the Villa the items for sale are hand. Church. li the day of the Priest said."Vocations.

CDA of November was shipmentof Nova Restaurant after the made. The parish hall will Those attending are askedto layman. He is tend to run te
Cathalla! four boxes of clothing for I M a,m. Mass on Sunday be for the sale from bring gifts which will be coming into his own with avengeance. sine
Daughters of open families too 67
the Relief Fund. 12 The guest distributed to the guests at No it his per
Bishops' December longer
6.30 until early afternoon.The .,
America, Court St. Ann IMS, cent of fulfilled vocation
Four new members were speaker, James Halley is a continental breakfastwill the Mater Del home for the the role of merely attending
will have a luncheon at noon, have brother sister, first
a ,
Introduced: Mrs. Ralph l member of the FBI and will be held also following thee aged. Mass and dropping his offering I Joh A.
December 18, at the Driftwood cousin, aunt or uncle in religious
101 Beach, Mr;. Alice Rlsch speak on "The FBI Today 30 8 and 10 o'clock Masses Mrs. Edmund McKeowan into the collection box. He x
Cafeteria ,
Skyway O'BrienCatholic We. There U a definite
Boulevard South. Mrs. John Schneider a n dMrs. Tickets are available from All parishioners and their and Mrs. Martin will be in is not merely invited but attractive And
Basil Bixby. Maurice Larue, 1646 Shaw. charge urged by the Church to par. power. we
friends Invited to
A Christmas party will beheld are spenda must add that 75 per cent
nee Trail, Maitland. All men ticlpate in all id activitiesand
on December 19 at 2 p.m. Clearwder pleasant time in the hall JacksonvilleBLESSED were altar servers," he said.
of the parish are invited tolit Mass. especially in its mill lOBo
at St. Joseph cafetonum following
ST. CECELIA Other factors worth
TRINITYThe noting
In the reserved section at ary apostolate.
2100 26th Avenue South Circle Six of St. Cecelia Howdy Lyster's orchestrawill religion she related that BO cent ef
were sue-
the 8 30 Mass for the regular Mass schedule at Dies- Since the laity constitutemore per
music for dancing
Woman's Club will sponsor a provide "when I began dating cesiful vocations
led Jacksonville participated
Holy Name Sunday Communion at tho "happy holidaydance" Trinity parish, than 60 per cent of the
Winter Par Christmas dessert card par observance.The has been changed to 8, Church's membership it is a devout Catholic He is so regularly in athletics, with 40

ST. MARGARET MARY ty at the Clearwater Civlq school children are 11 Saturday, at the Elks night,Club December 10, 12 for the duration of the evident that if the faith Is to 'sold' on his religion that I per cent of them varsity
Memorial Center Clearwater felt there must be
something .
aavlng I canceled postage winter season Father Eugene players.A
The Ladles' Guild of St. beginning at 9 pm. Tickets be brought to the million of
Margaret Mary parish will Peach December, at 1:14.30 p.m.Mrs.Tuesday A. W., stamps for the missions, Any will be available at the door C. Kohls announced. "on-thurcll.olng and churchless there that needed.and We spent similar factor was that

bold their Christmas party on Groff Is general chairman of canceled stamps that are con. at $150 per person and 13 ST. PAUL people in the United many discussing afternoons religion evenings and 80 per cent of the vocation

December 18 at 8 p,m. at the the event and will be assisted tributed over the holidayswill per couple. St. Therese Circleis Miss Irene Scanlon, president States of America the laity he was able to answer my group belonged to some

parish center. Cadet troup 353 by Mrs. John Barsa, Mrs be greatly appreciated. sponsoring this event. announced that St.Paul' must help in every way poinble. questions. school groups which helped
They may be given to the them to Identify well with
will ting carols Clarence SchUfer, Mn. Vincent The sacrament of Confirmation Guild will sponsor
school children or dropped "After explaining the meanIng their
peer group. Membership
was given to 93 members English classes for the
Brodeur, Mrs. Gordon off at the school office This Is the wish of Christ of the Mass, he took mewith in a religious group, however,
of St. Peter Church on !
speaking of the
Mrs. John McClelhn women His
Campbell and Church.
The Women's Guild Christmas him to church. The rev.
wasn't toe
December always importantsince
St. Petersburg Friday evening, .
Mrs. William Hurley and parish, especially newly
function originally trance and devotion of the there is often little
Mrs. Lee Cronican. 3. This number included l\ arrived in this country "You shall be witnessesfor ( required
The public Invited, and all for December 13 has children and 9 adults. Mon A demonstration on do-it- me," said Jesus, "in worshippers !impressed me or a strong tie to the

are requested to bring cards been )postponed until Sunday, signor Patrick r.:, Nolan, yourself Christmas decorations Jerusalem and in all Jude greatly, group he said.

ALPINE for their choice of games.BOWEN'S December II at 8 p.m pastor of St. Paul Church, and gifts was conducted and Samarla and even to the "Then the tanks 'Cite- Gainful employment (60 per

The eR new Hurting Hems Titusville Jacksonville, administered the by Mrs. Anne Dillon. very ends of the earth" (Acts ehlsm for Inquirers' and cent) was another factor considered .

for the fmett In Nursing FUEL OIL sacrament. The chlldren'i kT 1, 3)). '''I<'t. ef the Faith gave mea along with i social
Hems Cara. choir was under the dlreo Reflecting the mind ef f good panorama of the Catholic class. "Although only 8 percent
167.65n Standard Oil Product Father John B. 0'IIare has lion of Sister Immaculata. Christ. Pope Pius XI said: faith and practice. of Catholics belong te the
U.. Your Credit Card announced that the Sunday
34S& 21 it An.. South "It is necessary that all men professional class they do
862.2450 schedule of Masses will be 7, Pontifical legate for J be apostles; it Is necessary "These I read and .studiedin supply 12 per cent ef voca
8.13, 1)0, 10.43: and noon at with
OR 594.2919HEARING congress named that the Catholic laity do not connection a thorough Lions Father Jeremiah ei.
St, Teresa Church. VATICAN CITY (NC) stand idle, but be united with course of Instruction given tome plained. "And U per cent of

Pope Paul recently appointedPaul their Bishops that by self by Father Norman G. Bal the ..uc'eufuJ'ocatlonl In the
St. Petersburg Beach'ST.
thaiar at Blessed Sacrament
< AIDSTklf
Marie Cardinal Richaud dedication, prayer and action are from white col.
49" JOHN of Bordeaux papal legate tG they cooperate for the re- Church. That course shoved lar families"

f... Et. John Church Is startingthe the French National: Kucharlstlc flowering of faith and the me that the Catholic Churchwas
330St .. ..
r.iip. w >
rtk r "Ethnic kaekgronnd Is a
/ .Ml hll.." p..hea5ELSWORTH winter schedule of Sunday Congress, to be held in [ Christian reformation of mor founded by Christ who definite "
Masses on December li Bordeaux from Monday to all." authorized it to teach all nations factor toe, Ike

Petersburg IMS Tr-.. $!... .'... S....... 7, 1:30: 10, 11:30: and 12:30. Thursday of next Holy Week. in His name."This Priest continued.
4&4S 'th Street Yea ran participate In this enabled me to per .
North 'The
German, Italians
IM" PlaqueMoni'gnoe Piety\ apniUlate by wltitrsilng ceive that the Cstholw Church
Edouard C. Craig for Christ and sharing Catholic is the Mother Church of Christianity French-Canadians and

Codtretter end Distributer", Patriot E. Nolan literature. and that other Christian Slavic tented peoples among are successful over-repre vocations.

for VF. pastor of St, Pearl pariah! Keep In circulation a copy Churches are offshoots. ."

Viten Miftl. Ceramic! Jacksonville, recently bless of "The Faith of Millions" Rut having cut themselvesfrom The speaker pointed out
% and M.M!. T'lt' the memorial! plaque (pictured (Our Sunday Visitor and union with the one di that these factors, plus a ten-
l7-4ih St. So. 147-4101 4 .bovt) at the parish or the Aitumption "Undentandmg the Catholic vinely founded Church, they deny among parents to be

lit Jacksonville, THe Faith," (Ave Maria Press lack no( only ill unity but also more hesitant about Jetting

NEW CAR LOANS plaque comm.mortUi fK. Ute Notre Dame, Indiana) and Its divine authority It is this boys go to minor seminaries,
Holy Name Church Msnjlgnor James 1. Cle n.n, they will enforce your witnessing authority. I perceived, which must direct the
Srtl .'111"" Tl IH7IN ,liewlril PM pastor ef Assumption for 17 has safeguarded the marvelous recruiting
This Is
illustrated in methods ef all vocation direr
... ."1"1 pimp' JACKSON'SSHOES y"rt. It reeds, "In memory efMtniignor the conversion of a student at unity of the Church tors. "The factors ef a /happier -
James .. Cleenei. Florida State University at throughout 11 centuries
1903-mJ. a true shepherd .i "This li the mark which and more
The National Bank bit flock, RtquWtt in. P,,.." became Jesus laid was .111)1 to Catholic genuine religious piety |II'
DON BARDELLAMlMfM 1 interested In the characterize His families should lead
the Church.
Looking at plaque are Sister' 'Yet
tM ryaN ll"l Ml 1)11SI us to a strong hope for better
Kathleen, Edward 0.'. end net for these Apostles) only

Ntinkwf 141 Coff.1 Ave, .n.un Sitter Robert Myr OJ, of f Spain marls day of do I pray.' He said 'but for >In results our in vocation" he recruiting
Assumption; sehoelDominican's to EuropeMADRID those who through; their word
are to believe In me, that all
J. Lee lallardPreudent Barry students hear address marked (NC) Spain may be one, even as thou Fa. CLEARWATERBetty

paint Rod late Emigration Day in thcr in me, and I in thee:
Student; of Bishop Barry High School, Si November with collections that they also may be one ,In,

Petersburg, )heard an addreu recently by J. V. signs on nuncio'i home pastoral in care all churches of citizens for she the us, that the world may be.

r Ponticre! Sr, on gems and precious atoneai from SANTO DOMINGO (!sc)- have emigrated to that thou has sent me' K. O'Brien
left, Mr. Fontiere Dan Callahan Mn. June Otam- Hammers and sickles have countries. (John 17, >>21)).

F Oraw brone, faculty member who invited tho guest been painted on the wall ef More than one million Span.lilt & .Company
the residence ef Archbishop tal... N. assns
speaker and Mike citizens ta recent
Riley. yean
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14 minions In REPAIRS
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of Decency w Three The Florida Catholic Friday, December 10, 100:;

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'National Pope talks to journalists,
Catholic Office for :

Lij41. views Council photo exhibit
Pictures' is new name

ROME: (NC) Pope Paul VI has told Journal' ''S

NhW; YORK (NC) The 31-year-old National legion had an A Il, "morall; that improvement in the Vatican's press service depend.

Legion of Decency has changed iu name to the National unobjectionable for adults' not only on the Vatican but also on journalists than

I Catholic Office for Motion Pictures in the culmination of category but "in actual application selves

what its executive describes it mean that a film news needs both rill and
secretary aa an eightyearproject The Holy See's "reserve" ecclesiastic.
was morally unobjectionablefor
to bring the film reviewing agency up to date adults and adolescents,'. he said, II due to the fear,
In an article In America unfortunately founded, of "You have discovered the.
Monsignor Little "Thu
magazine (December 11)) cording to Monsignor Little finding ourselves says without an Women's dormitory for collegeSt. a bad interpretation" deep meaning of that '.''UllomImento'
was that motion
pictures were .
published here by Jesuit Fa. approved category for leglti Thus at the end of the Ecumenical (updating) whose necessity
primarily an "escapist"medi.- .
then, Monsignor Thomas F. um unlikely to deal seriouslywith mate mature films we adopted Leo College dormitory tile eeilmai end ceremts tile end will ute cafeteria"ityle iervice. Council, the world our venerated predecessor '
Little John XXIII desih<
describe the major In for much the ,
the obvious solution of introducing baths press came
themes for built the
serious !is
changes that have lifted the women being by terraced fatherly warning from ed and which you have cortrlbuted
a truly adult classification The air-condltioncd) dining There will be two same
former legion from an almost But No events signaled a Bentdictme Sitters of Holy] Paul that it had received to making known
facility building (not pictured) wall' from the dormitory to Pope "
exclusive emphasis on what changing climate A new generation When this one adult classification !. Name Priory, San Antonio. Thil, 10m accomodiH 27S students the cafeteria end one to tKe at the beginning of the among the great public

was wrong in movies to the educated of Catholics than their rose, better itself proved insufficient )is e co-mttitufconal program It k.i s stainless steel kitchen colltg at St. Leo. council from Pope John. Pope After visiting with the prer

role of appreciative patron of and better able to parents the legion began.: to ap with the Benedictine monks ol Paul received the journalists Pope Paul crossed the broad
fine films cope Via della Conciliazlone )
recently in the council press avenue of -
A with the contents of films ply 'an old but little nine! < St. leo Abbey.It .
"little aggiornamento"was room to visit an exhibition
planted in the legion in "Many friendly I voices" category known as th' <" Is) anticipated when the Priest urges familiesto of photographs encompassingthe

the mid-1950s when Pope Pius among them began to advise 'Separate Classification colltg adds the senior elm ;i' Referring to the Vatican, four years of the Ecumenical -
XII issued the legion that the time was This "misleading label" vva the Pope said: """1 cannot
series of allocutions
a enrollment Council
September '1966, th.t
changed in 1963 to AIV life in focus
due for a "thinking man's"approach keep expect the sensational
the ideal film .
on Monsignor
will eieeed 1000 students.. The Pope personally greeted
"morally unobjectionable for
here If thereIs
Little relates. to film judging: he the spectacular ,
adults, with reservation." The air-conditiontd student members' of the Jury which
said By Father William R Cavanaugh Ph,D.THIS any need te repeat It. Quite of the IM
had selected five
It grew to fmltlon In 1151! For these whose "dellcatictmtciencei residence above hat 50 b.d. the contrary, you ran expect .whitsphotographs
when the late Meanwhile, competition WRITING than re color and black and
pontiff pub- may seem more psychological objectivity and serenity
find a "stum room-etudy rooms, eccommo.
Hiked kl. encTtliral en the from television was helping te .. Put because there are so overtones of for five prizes.
bllng block" Is the trestmenef Each many
dating 100 women room "And you well know that if The first prize of a gold medalof
mans media. Miranda Pror- persuade the film Industry te
moral evil, se matter hoi it completely furnished wf religion and faith in family living, the author ventures to the Holy See sometimes the council and approximately .
Ills Pope Plus asked Catho- turn out mare high: quality
approached, Monhlinor t-ltlli birch wardrobes, drctten, desks, !present it. should seems reserved In giving $700 was awarded to
Mrs U regard films less as products Young ,prisons all good" parents, they
quotes the Second ValicaiCouncil's booliK.. and tactboardt,. Iltll.llonland that It is not In orderto Loomis Deane of Life magazine
possible occasions ef sin and ever the country asked the Many unhappy not forget to be human one I news,
decree On the Merit). 7k. is e p rlor, recr..tiOfl In home what has becomean Other were awarded
involvements a restrict prizes
more as a lever for the spirital Church te give approval and also' They should not eatabhuh -
and cultural uplift ef me a. support te the good things ef Social Communication-: room with e Mch n.He, end and family could be avoidedif impossible goals or stand obligation In the modem to two Italians and one

a maturing cinema art had le "The narration descriptioi com pl... I a u include facilities. parents and children alike ants for their children or for world" German and one Dutchman

From that date en. says offer or portrayal of moral evil, Room finishes vinyl! atbettos better understood their rights themselves, He said the Vatican press Paul posed for pie-
Monsignor Little, the iegion's even though the media of social iU, carpeting, aceuttK as well as their obligations toward So many parents say office works to this end, "Th.res.rve tares for the American
windows "were thrown wide Monsignor Little cites the each other of the Holy See has
communication, can indeed \\ I15 young, I nev..rhad. photographer<< and congratulated
open. creation of a new film category serve to bring about Moot of us are familiar with a chance" Then they g( another cause: It Is the fear him en the eolor photo

From Its inception hi 1m, in 1957, as the first deeper knowledge.: and studs the Idea that we' must respectour all out In their effort to givetl1..I unfortunately well founded, ofa which showed the ItUhopi,
the legion had been primarily major change in his office'snew of humanity and with the aid Hopes U. S. probe elders How often do we children everything had Interpretation For it preceded by the papal miter

on the defensive. It believed approach This was the"adult" of appropriately heightened hear that we elders must also The effort Is often lost still happens too often no and tiara bearers, entering

Its role was to protect a film. eategory the dramatic effects, can reveal will show Klan respect the rights of children! Changing children over from one ran deny It that Vatican St. Peter's basilica for the
largely unsophisticated audience present A III classification, la diffused In a man
and glorify the grand dimensions what they are not by thl'lrv.ry of the council 1HZ-
It Is because of I.rIIf repect -
from anything that "morally unobjectionable for In which respect for persons
of truth and goodness violence is natures, to what parents nor
might shock or confute them. ." This Is the kind of thinking wrong and understanding on wish them to be, ran he i and concern for the truth The Pope attentively touredthe
Aa implicit assumption so- Prior to this time, the holh sides that we have so far from receiving first entire exhibition stopping
that has gone Into todav s !National ST, 111RTI\I'lld.l?, Louisiana much 111.will, disobedience lung, tedious discouraging are
Catholic Office for M,o (NO) Representative In |lob place frequently\ to examine variousentries
hatred and our
of contempt "That Is to lay to you dear In detail and commenting
Edwin E Willis chairman
lion Pictures, Monsignor Lit ,
homes Parents should first of allareept
that In this situationwhether them to the Jurypresitl..nt
American activities on
the House
JACKSONVILLE tie sayi "As film artists attempt their children fur what Is Giovanni
to grapple with serious committee. has said here Some of these situations can any Improvement Bishop
themes it Is reasonable to expert he hope his committee's in and do become very sinful they are After this accept to be made depends upon you Fallanl president of the Pontlflcsl -
snce may come too For our part we want to Commission for Sacred
that these categories will veitlgatlon of the Ku Klux !Some even Involve restitution
be used more frequently\ Klan will show that social Happiness in the home Is built Sometimes, hostility Is the help you, Inasmuch at thisserves Art In Italy Pope Paul was

SAY IT WITH I THE Catholics exhorted problems cannot be solved byviolence on love And to love Is to result of too much effort on the truth. But for this accompanied! by Archbishop
are now
service only and not for otherIntereiti Martin J, O'Connor. presidentof
Hartley Press understand the part of parents They
I to support good films si well "
to the truth Commission
alien Pontifical
p-e the
] to Knightsof harbor hostile f..ellnllltow.rd
ss to avoid objectionableones Willis speaking Usually, parents keep their really ,
rLowers I '110 K.ny Street and they should skip the Columbus in his home townof children In pretty good perspective their children because The Tope thanked the jour they for Communications Media,

Mi.d Florist Of NL F1., J.doowidFl... Ut.J790EAS1EgLING latter because such films St Martinville, said the In spite of all the demands they love the children too nallsti fnr the Interest and Archbishop Pericle Fellci
: : taken In the EcumenicalCouncil of the ecumenical
have ill'l'r.lllrI..n"al
could well be dangerous not probe of the Klan has shown of life outside the rmuh And the youngsters and remarked that In council

primarily for themselves but that "while the organization home cannot measure up dlmen-
for others preaches Christianity some However, there are times In psychology this feeling probing the
PHARM. .CY of Its practices are to say the when tensions build up And Is called "ambivalence." Umeans dons of the council they have the Prelate tends aid to

: least, unchristian" the overworked a hi overwrought a pull In opposite! di seen how the problems
Hulks fei Ki'llq" limits Archbishop appointed Inclined sections! at the same time council tackled have a deep Irish flood victims
nor c.N"w. lot. w ..s'. a.r.mOa1 ""'rUl.I, there Is nothing<< : parents are meaning fnr religion and for
.. eww. M ...-. I..sw W 1'M N for diocese to see their children not as \\e never can hate anyone DUBLIN (NO) r.,1'.ffundi
lilt silt aw..l INUN 1I Ins. I. N'k man corn Portugal Is the teaching., .condones. OirUt thataitvorsleS .ftolerates they really art hut In a blur. we feel Indifferent about beauie the whole, of man have been received h. a

.. L ..,,,.'... __ -_ VATCAN CITY (%q- hatred ef our ',thenma. I.p red and distorted view << hate ls too strong ai ""'.a have perceived the from Archbishop John M
Rlshep David d. Sousa It Is somewhat like takinga emotion to allow to go tin Church's tllilllr," the Pope Quald of Dublin, now :n
O F M, of Funchal Portugal, Inllmldstlng, him, and ,,".tllr.. The. camera may lesihed It I great opponent li .laid "and Its effort si fidelity, Home, to be used lo alien r I
has been named by Pope Paul and banning ef hnmaslife not always he art properly love Hate and love are so holh Is It. ewe source and suffering caused by n, '

M to be Archbishop of Evora. the "wanton taking There may be a lark of sun- opposite that they are two estremes II. awn ", d., hold I. Its awn floods In the County Wi kIo.s! '
Portugal he said ihme It is not the fault of that balance out each traditions sad to society's area

The new Archbishop was" \ft these are the thlnc I the person whose picture Is other They are like two ends

born on October 3l, 1911 In the Klsns are doing" he add being taken The problemmay of a see-aaw. plate a weighton 1

DEIHLT the town of Sao Joso de Al- ed "Secret schools of the h* the camera or the one and you destroy the Coming events

pendurada He was ordainedin Klan are not Bible schools or photographer who cannot adjust ambivalence. If that weight

June, 1937, and was named schools that teach good elli It. The camera in thin Is hate, love Is still there Rummage sale DecemberII her II, Clearwater Civic Memorial

Bishop of Funchal in September lennhip. community Improvement rumple may be the home. ready to balance back againIn IKS Baum Avenue, St. Center, I.30 p m Rt.Cecelia .

1M7. or other worthy sut the photographer may be the the heart of the parent Peferihurg I a m. tnl p m. ; Woman's Club, spon

Jecti They teach only violence parent or the child But the Ijfe Is too wonderful and CDA Court Rt Ann 194, spon sour
and Intimidation' net result Is the blurred pie too short to allow hate to get

TRESCA vvHlii described some lure-he dull, dark Image good parent off balance, sorDay of recollection for

THE FLORIST Klensmen .. "balk'.1I1IOfld Unrealistic Images are sad women, December 11, 9 a m, ST. AUGUSTINE

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The Life of Our LordAuthority Father David P. Page

CommentThe justly used in The Declaration on Education.

trolled by the people and in particular py

problem is one of purpose cleansing of God's house TilE Christian Ecumenical Education Council's, promulgatedon Declaration the parents rights Yet In the education state has such certain as, for incidental -

October 28, Is truly a clarion call to the setting of minimal standards

has made Himself known to science, and he may gain pleasure OUR Lord visit to Cana Catholics to promote the welfare of all for example pupils and teachers

GOD through His works fi m them; but his life is hollow at the the wedding feast schools and of all children not only be function of the civil authorl.!
was brief, a matter of a weekor S cause the salvation of souls is involvedbut The proper
world I is
because the is whatit
center Declaration
just the promote -
the historical event of i and ties, continues
end through The Passoverwas for the good of earthly society
and that is the end of all so perhaps. education of youth in many
is, inquiry.To the
the world
His Revelation Given that truth, approaching, and ire for the building of a better the duties and
ability ask any question about why things In this the document proceeds to ways. namely: to protect
Catholic Church preaches man's wanted to be in Jerusalemfor Frank J. spirit, and others who sharein
to discover God, man's call to adhere are the way they are, or what purpose it-as we shall see He had extol the contribution of all who are en- rights of parents them aid, according .

firmly to that discovery through their being serves, is to ask a sense a rather special reason for ShedImals gazed in the noble profession of teachingand education and to give of subsidiarity to
less because to be there little calls their work "most suited to and to the principle
question they serve no waning!: a education in
faith, and man'a obligation, through out the work of accordance
for our times, and at once a carry
at all ahead, necessary
rioral action, to fulfill the purpose of 1 purpose true service offered to society" Thus all with the wishes of the parents

his life as disclosed by that the dis. These "conclusions" have filtered \'t'l.( curiously He traveled teachers, whether they serve in public, when the endeavors of parents and of

covery. down to the average man in one measure to Jerusalem by''', of Ca- private or religious schools, perform a other societies are lacking; and moreover

God and or another, and may explain why pharnaum ")Ie and Ills were driven out pellmell praiseworthy service not only to their as the common good demands, to
Because some men no many of our acquaintances think mother, and His brethren, and with the profiteers who local community but to the entire nation build schools and institutions"

ethers do not, there appears at first and act ai though life is nothing but Ills disciples" (John 2, 12)). sold] them, at His orders, the and indeed to all mankind Since the primary right and duty ta
to be of knowledge.At sellers of birds picked up to
glance a problem Education educate children belongs parents they
one thing after another. Whatever the This Declaration on Christian -
is not Capharnaum took them aday's their cages and ran like the freedom in their
bottom the problem epistemological Universal must ever' enjoy true
directed it is to the
explanation, and our increased affluence out of their as
however; it is teleological. J Journey testOne Church understandably contains choice of schools. "Consequently the public
and leisure may be equally valid way and not an easy Journey, thing certain is that it which has the obligation to protect .
It is a problem of purpose. A man only basic principles and fundamental power
reasons/ for the phenomenon, great It was only twenty miles from was not the scourge of little and defend the rights of citizens must
of theseprinciples
who is concerned to know the ideal The specific application
purpose numbers of people today have no care Cana, but in that distance the cords, or even the muscles In its concern for distributive
left to the see to it.
each Is
cf his life may be expected: to go In road descended a good sii by in country
made strong twenty years
for searching out the truths behind conferences of Bishops. justice, that public subsidies art paid out
search of it. Because that purpose teen hundred feet;: for Cana of carpentry, that drove respective r
human existence. We may well pray Among the most basic declarations of in such a way that parents are truly free
evidently lies outside and beyond him, vas nine hundred feet above scores of men hot upon money to their consciencethe
choose according
that the pronouncements of the Council the document is that which states that "all to
such is led later to sea-level, and Capharnaum from the courtyard: there
a man sooner or schools they want for their children
of the Vatican, concluded this we'k.w111 men of every race, condition age,
consider the facts that God has scat. shake those numbers was on the edge of the lake must have been something since they enjoy the dignity of a human While on the one hand the state must
help great
tered about In Creation, in Scripture, seven hundred feet below sea- the might of the personalitythey being, have an inalienable right to an education "protect the right of children to an adequate -
of their
out spiritual lethargy. level could not stand "
against school education, it should not use
and in history. in keeping with their ultimate! goal,
The Council has declared anew that We know that on the return in the blaze of the eyes or the to develop a school
their ability their sex, one that Is in this as an excuse
There is another kind of man who know the truth of a couple of months later to condemnation In them:
men can thlng.jthat ; icy harmony with the culture and conditions monopoly the Declaration asserts,
senses no special purpose to his life, there is a purpose in life which Galilee for the long Galilean otherwise H* would have been of their country, and which at the same would be "opposed to the native rights of
and worse feels himself under no compulsion ministry, Our Lord made Ca. beaten to the ground In the
they must discover; that they can time fosters true unity and peace on the human person, to the development and
to discover if there even be know God objectively, for as Paul pharnaum His headquarters first few minutes, and the earth by teaching them to deal with other spread of culture, to the peaceful association

cne. He Is satisfied that the future said, His invisible attributes are clear Instead of Nazareth, and this money-changing and the animal peoples as brothers" of citizens, and to the pluralism that
comes one day at a time, and that very ly seen through things that are movement of the whole family selling would have gone In keeping with the time.honored teach exists today in ever so many societies"

probably he will have sufficient food made that certain suggests that the change may on with hardly an interruption. ing of the Church, the Council document In regard to the legitimacy! of Catholle
they can
; made
possess have been now .
recognizes the "primary and schools, the Council document emphasizes
drink and idle distraction to parents as
occupy permanent, and intimate knowledgeof They did not stay many So far we have been following principal educators To accomplish their anew the traditionally claimed "right of
him until tomorrow. Beyond tomorrow their faith and days in Capharnaum, but St John The other three
destiny through ;
sacred tasks, however, parents need the the Church freely to establish and to con
he has no thought-and no care that through the historical evidence of went on at least Our Lord Evangelists describe a very help of the whole community and particularly duct schools of every type and level" and

Who Is this man who lives so care Revelation, enlightened by that same and the five disciples, perhapsOur similar cleansing of the Tem that of the civil society "whose roleIs goes on to state that the exercise of this

)lessly, without any concern for his gift of faith, they can come to know Lady and some of the ple but they place it towardsthe to direct what Is required for the common right contributes in the highest degree to

purpose in life He may be as many as that "God, who at sundry times and in cousins to Jerusalem end of Our Urd's public temporal good." the protection of freedom of conscience,

one out of every three men you meet. divers manners spoke in times past to There Our lArd announced lit*. two Passovers after this As Monsignor Mark Hurley, a member the rights of parents, as well as to the

Occasionally he is a nominal Catholica the fathers by the prophets' last of all to all the Jewish world that on*. We cannot be certain of the commission responsible for draftingthe betterment of culture itself"
whether it happened twice or
other In document, points out It Is significantthat The text roundly proclaims that the
registered member of the house One unlike any was
in these days has spoken to us by his
whether four Evangelists
their midst I and must be the Declaration follows the lead of Catholic: school retains especially in our
hold of faith to be sure-but a man Son, whom he appointed heir of all reckoned with are describing the one Incident Pope Pius XII In his Christmas allocutions present-day circumstances the utmost

who has never consciously adverted to things, by whom also he made the -chronological order did of mi. 1942 and 1944 In making a importance "It goes on earnestly ta

his purpose for living. How In it possible world" (Heb 1, 1.2)), He could hardly have announced not matter as much to Matthew clear distinction between society as a entreat pastors and all the faithful U

for him especially and for so Once a man has this true map of His advent more Mark and Luke as it whole or "the people" and civil society or spare no sacrifice In helping Catholic

many millions of others, to be infectedby life in his hands, and sets out on the spectacularly, what lie did does to us today. There is one the state The role of the civil society Is schools fulfill their function in a continually

so dangerous a disease as indifference roads that it commands, there is a con. was at once so right and so phrase used by these three to direct what is required for the common mote perfect way "

to one's very reason for existing tinual "conversio ad Dt'um"-I turning untMi';ab'e! It was the first which adds something special temporal good of the entire community Finally the Declaration reminds Catholic

of His great rages at the pro- ." Thus the stats is the instrument of parents of the duty of entrusting their
Part of the answer apparently, lies toward God as the !'
compass of the sacred
faning led thai Our lArd society, not its master. children to Catholic schools "whereverand
in the new imaginative picture of the needle seeks out the magnetic pole. One vast courtyard of the They as
Justifies Ills action by quoting It should be borne In mind, therefore whenever it Is possible. and of sup
world that rose out of our moderntcicntific When one such convert discovered the Temple! had been made their Iwo of the prophets: "My: that the state Is not a teacher in Ito own porting these schools to the best of their

or technological, civiliza true map, he compared the newness in own by the moneychangersand hcase shall be railed the tight: ; any authority it may acquire In the ability and of cooperating with them for

tion. It is no secret that among learned his life to that of Lazarus. It wu Gilbert by the salesmen of sacrifcial house .f prayer" that Ishalas field of education is delegated and con the education of their children"

men who profess knowledge of material K Chesterton who wrote: ; animals Jews, coming (M, 7)-but) yea base

nature, very few are convincedany The sages have a hundred maps to from all over the world had marie It a den .f f thieves" God's" world
In the coins they
longer that there are "final give that Is Jeremiah ((7, 11)) St.
brought with their into coin
causes"--or purposes-at work in the That trace their crawling cosmos acceptable In the Temple Jihn tells MS only thai Our
age lArd accused these people of Witness to Christ is obliqation
universe Nature is simply the "hurry. like a tree and could be swindled over
Ills Fathtr's .house a.emporiums .
IPJT!: of material, endlessly, meaninglessly They rattle reason out through the rale of exchange. For making -

." But if the general scheme of many a sieve their burnt-offerings they had YOU probably do not think him a full share In life's opportunities

1 things is purposeless and meaningless, That stores the sand and lets the to buy oxen or sheep, for the That the traders and th* yourself as a martyr ,

then the life of man is purposeless and gold go free: purification of. mothers after bankers fed before Him w* And jet, if you are not a 1 This work of preparing

meaningless, too All his efforts are And all these things are less than childbirth, doves or pigeons, have already noted as evidence martyr you are nut truly Father i hearts for a fruitful receptionof
at Passover, lambs for the of the autho-ity of Our Christian. the seed of the Gospel Is
In the end futile and worthless Of dust to me
u. J,
Paschal meal: the Temple Ix rd s personality Another
> called
course. he still disconnect Because name is Lazarus and I Iart'r" Is a Creek word pre -evangelization
may pursue my
lived their shareof
Priests' on evidence Is to be found in the There Is much
Tress prevangtlis
ed ends such fame and live. which means "witness" A
as ,
money the profits. the rulers of the Temple
/ way martyr Is someone who hears ing to be don In the underde-

Our lArd made "a scourge took the Incident They knewII. witness to the truth. In the eloped' nations of Asia and

boxShall .r f little cords"-He was a carpenter was right, of course, they early Church, those who bore Africa and la the poverty
this Is the should have cleansed the areas of Latin America In
bat only witness to the teachings of .
I'QU."i thing we are ever told that lie Temple of all that sort of Christ very often did so with these distant lands our own

I confess all over again ? m.df.nd lie drove the swindling!this would themselves merely have Normally their lives, Consequently the ewapable bllfatloa t* be a limited participation Is pretty much
to the and
moneychangers and the animal word martjr" came to witness U hrlst.. prayers
Q. Through negligence confess what I did. How rasi we have In trampling on guilt .sellers out of the Tempi mad them more furious with designate almost exclusivelya financial aid which we giveto

which turned to embarrassment I feel at peace about this? feelings Is belief and trust In court Him: nothirg maddens men person woo dies for his. By the kind of !lives \we lead the missioners and other

A. It Is not easy to get rid the goodness of God and His in authority more than to faith. we must demonstrate to the front line workers
and guilt, I stayed away The was scatteredall have someone else perform world
money that Christ has
redeemed Here
of feelings of guilt but It great love for us: Ills fatherly at home we have more
from )holy l Communion, for a over the floor. already the duty they have neglected. However, each one of It us and that Ids law varied .
should help to recognize themas love which forgives the penitent opportunities for witnessing
long time, Finally I 1 look feelings unreliable and Irrational once and for all. fouled with the excrement ef; Read John 2, lS-22 \\. shall who has hers united wiihhrlsl of love is the law for all mankind to Christ in such actvitws -
thousands of animals; the an. talk of it In the next column ( hs baptism his the I. .
(courage made a general confession tte can feel I sad By all means do not re.confess as the St Vincent d*

and received I the when there Is no reason to be Once you have given! into The central purpow of \ atU Paul Society the Confraternity

lilt e d Sacrament. Since sad; and we can feel lonely the temptation to do that can Council' II has been to of Christian Doctrine, end

while surrounded by friends you will, after momentary relief Everyman's family revitalize this truth Almost volunteer service to such
thci I base committed
no all the dioniisiefls
and dotu-
Feelings are not a reliable find your guilt feeling << charitable agencies as hospitals
serious sin and have received, guide to truth or to sensible greater with stronger: com menu which have come out of nurseries and social

making an act of (contrition behavior They are things of pulsion to confess' again and 'This U.S.A. delineates changescent the Council have focused on service centers Th. current
going ta confession occasionally this point that we !mutt. In
the Instincts!' and emotions. again. Confession is not a Poverty Program altO! offers
but really having nothing Ciiiilt must be Ignored today world as genet before. outlets .
feelings cure for guilt feelings, thougha : many for the demonstration
te By Migr, John C Knoll per decade: 1 It. about and all who sell and servicehouseholds live up to our responsibility
say and pushed aside In patient confessor can sometimes of Christian love
SHU niT old guilt bothersme favor of conscience, which Is I help you understandthem ( can be dull 28 million people.If as disciples of Chmt Wt

and I'm tempted t. re reason Possibly the best help and ease their pain STATISTICS can b* used that same rate of Increase Thin his also mated a must make! Christ visible to .\'ahl sad stain la TTIsprracKlMf.
were to continue then men by our eiempltfkcatwnf Our Urd empkairrd -
quiet" lorl.1 rvlutiB.In .
and misused to prove or dis- we would have clone to one the law of charity ai that our nlrtne mist lit

M. J. Murray "The Question Bu" Is prose a point They ran be billion people In the United 1WO almost 7 per" cent Many persons had acquireda Positive, djaamkr, ulglag.

written by M.niinor J. I), manipulated to highlight: an States within 100 years To of' married coupler were mistaken notice of what it we cannot easily forget His
this they answer in two says without their ea home- mesas to be a CttrtotiM They
argument: they were never
Strange but true tonay nationally known Even U this were to happenthe \ holds In 1%2 this had drop- had wrongly assumed' that warning that not ever)'or*
column!*!. Direct I I your meant to support about who lays to Me. Lord, Lord
Vnlted States could easily ped to 2 per' cent of spiritual fwrfvrtk is. lo be

Copyright, WS, NCWC N..s question (signed please), Rut statistics the hands of support that number and with married couples Ihiag usually found .m frvtdwn from tin If "will enter." Mo the kingdom ofhtaven
lo The Florida Catholic !I. experts with s sense of hunumty living space greater than I with the 1n.11"1. a ptrsoa did net be steal kill twice His cannot easily

Jfxr 5Mi n4nrrIrCwm Or hi mlti.Catholic. and with a sense of presently enjo)ed by a Belgian This means that almost or irate, and .if he .rtitI of the fig 1)'boIlrunill,
tree so hath la '0-
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or May four million marriedsare said 1 hllpra".I.
rr u w ----------- humor can b* fascinatingly: young UW. nor barren of fruit tie
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interpreted They can offer easily\ forget Hrt tondtnmation '
rs.ocr, that with [hruI ae.F'rrwd.m.
icnw. on the fact there is no quarters all the freedomto
ror.ur a ue'Nt f much insight into the nature of the sen ant who
real reason to expect: that work out their own marriage .
from .
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f1ortd\\ expending it on
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live The Florida Catholic, Friday, December 10, 196.1

Orthodox seek '1:, The week in liturgy


areas shared in common I Rejoice, but temper with

ROME (NC) The traditional! preoccupation of united In adoration, between > seasonal fast and

the Catholic and Orthodox Churchy with their sewira.. the revealed truths of this prayer

tion Is gradually being supplanted by a realisation of Holy Trinity and the Incarnation .
lather Patrha Roland O.S.B.
what have in *" By
they common according to the personal

representative of Orthodox Patriarch Athenagww I of (As the Orthodox prelate SundAY December 12

Constantinople to the Vatican Secretariate for promote tpoke it was learned that authoritative GAt'DKTK Sunday (Srd Advent). (Mass of Sunday,

ing Christian Unity.Archimandrite Vatican quarters ,t Preface of Trinity.)

Andrea Senma said the Second consider a visit here by Pat-
Vatican Council has made birch Athenagoras to remaina The mood of today liturgy is Joy Rejoice (Gaudete) In

toward this change in out. a cwwideraMe contribution serious prospect. Pops the Lord always; again 1 say: Rejoice!" (Meditation Song and

look. cumstances But now we are r.w1., who met the Patriarch first Lesson)
Liturgically-that la. in our public worship of God-we
in Jerusalem In Jan
Father Scrlma rector of progressing toward a conver- invited him should be joyful because the anniversary of the birth of Christis
the Greek Orthodox church genes of our theologians and uary. ,Rome for second quite near. Christmas la a great spiritual feast, a day c.
ta come to a
in Rome has attended the are gaining truly ecumenical meeting The time for such many graces as well as an anniversary being celebrated Today .

third and fourth sessions of perspectives. is viewed '. rose-colored vestments replace the usual violet of Advent
a reciprocal gesture
the Vatican council as an ob here however Flowers, possibly roses, adorn the altar, and tlis organ Is
ai unripe,
server-delegate ot the ecumenical "The Decree 1ft Divine played jovously
and requiring the surmounting
patriarchate. He ReveUtlon adopted by thecouncil of the lack of unity on ._ _t There may be other quite natural reasons why one may
said In a lecture at the Domus means that the ground rejoice on this Sunday so clove to (Christmas such ai the new
within the Ortho
Marine center here: hat been prepared for a dcep- this dox Churches score Pope prays with observers that loved ones will visit or you may visit loved ones; that

"Our separation is nail er mutual appreciation o( the dear ones In the Armed Forces will be horns on furlough,

only an estrangement a sort element of mastery la our Archimandrite Scrlma differences said Pop Paul VI and Council observersof meeting: was held at the scene of the loved ones who live far away and who rarely visit because of

of alienation due to historical common Faith. Haw can we that the theological betweenthe Protestant and Orthodox faiths late Pope John's first announcement the pressure of work or lack of finances may be with you at
developments and social cir be separated If 111 stand still existing call ecumenical Christmas: also the joyful' anticipation of surprising others
two churches need to bs prayed together December 4 for unityof lie intended to an
with gifts and being happily surprised yourself.
Requiem Mass offered in studied carefully but In the Christendom at st. Paul outside the counciL look for things to rejoice about Realise that goodnessmust

light of the enlightening experience Walls! basilica near Rome. The hutoiloRecognition not be equated with sadness, for a sad Christian la a
: brought>> about by
kind of ChristianMonday,
for Albers the count i ti one of a living sorry
Lansing Bishop
faith shar x m common. This December 13

task. he said will become of Blessed St. I.Ut).. (Mans of feast, Gloria, 2nd Prayer of prevl.
LANSING, Michigan (.NC) A Pontifical! Requiem easier from now on. cue Sunday, Common Preface)

Mass was offered in St Mary's Cathedral here on December "Me are already engagedIn

8 for Bishop Joseph H Albers who became the first a profound dialogue which Today we venerate a Sicilian virgin and martyr long
honored In !Home, whore name Is In the Canon of the Mats,
of when the established the Inner
Bishop Lansing diocese was by principally concerns
Pope Pius XI in 1937 hidden life of the Church" hermit honors Orient who bore witness to Christ by her death In .104 There are

diocese and named auxlllarv! he said "even though it may many legends about st. Lucy but It Is no legend that St. tacy

Coadjutor Bishop Clarence Bishop Alexander M Zaleaki not be manifested outwardlyand (1.1_' ..!. Ml HW) i his hfetii" the rigor of his Father of Truth" and repealed regarded: Hes\en as a great treasure and joyfully gave her all

G Isienmann, apostolic administrator of Detroit as coadjutor. Bishop we know that the Holy life and the fame of his holiness his desire to offer his for it (G05H| >1)).
monies Paul Cardinal Meou-
Bishop of Cleveland Albers Present eulogized of Lansing with the rightof Spirit animates the whole of. chi Maronite, .rite Patriarchof spread throughout the lire together: with that of Tuesday December 14

In the sanctuary: were succession the Mjstical Body of ChrUt Antioch. concelebrated a Middle East and was respected Christ Ma.... at on Sunday (Common Preface.: )

Archbishop Karl J. Alter of Bishop Z.ltsLi retnrneilfrtm The Priest concluded bv Maronite Mass with nine by both Catholic and Orthodox lie riled (hrMmas rve,

Cincinnati auxiliary Bishop the Secondalican saving that s sew cvcle of, Bishops and three superiors 119ft! at vespers. and was burled John the Baptist was such' an unusual person that the

Paul F. Lelbold of Cincinnati, Council I* offer the Requiem ('hurra universality has begun general of Maronite orders. It U recalled that he constantly In the common Cemetery Jews began wonder If he was Christ Kllai. or one of this
auxiliary Bishop Charles A. Mass for Bishop Albers. kept hit head bent under the monastery great prophets. John then revealed to them that Ms mission
A delegation of (he Lebsa- fact almost covereJ was to nuke straight the way of Christ the Messiah into the
Salatka of Grand and his
auxiliary Bishop David Rapids hi.Maloney ., Born March IS 1891 In Cincinnati. "There Is a strong tendencynow tae govrrnmrnt was present by his simple religious habit It li said that for 4) nights hearts and souls of men (mosl"')). Few understood the messags .

ef Denver and Bishop Albers studiedfor toward the goal of unity along with both M the persons! to that contemporaries of his after hit burial an extraordinary and mission of John, few understood the message and
the Priesthood there and whose accepted by and brilliant light who have the of
Bishop Henry E. and we both face the same cures were found It difficult to give a mission of Christ However we advantage
and : In Rome He was ordained on challenge even though our approaches the Church as genuine miracles description ot himHe emanated from his tumb learning from history have no excuse for not comprehendingthe
Donnelly auxiliary: June 17 1916 and served as a may differ An auspicious ratl! ()In{ Rinsed ("barbel's good Tills phenomenon attracted message and mission of Christ.1Vedneulay
John A. Donovan of Detroit remembered to have
chaplain during World War I. beginning' had been reputation fnr holiness, U many pious visitors' to the
Also present was ,auxiliary teen thin almost akin December 13:
He was wounded three times made. and we no longer adhere Slater Mary Abel and .Vle ander > tomb.
Bishop-designate Joseph M and awarded the Silver Star to what might be called Obeld and bones because of the Efforts to take relics marie rjiilicr l\UedneiMln In Advent. (Common Preface)
Breltenbeck of and because
aevertty of his fasting r
for bravery under fire. sclerotic positions. In the end, bless the monastery officials decide As autumn gives to winter ths quarterly days of
Albert 74. died on The Churth newest of the fait that he constantly tomb four way
December I ia St Lawrence Returning home after the the institutional( structures ed was born on May' S. ItU. Interrupted his sleep l to reopen the death The prayer and fasting are observed by the Church. In the liturgy
war. he became secretary to ought to be Inspired' by this months after his
ws auk Cod to forgive our trespasses of the autumn now.eased
Hospital where he had been McNteho- at Riga Kafra. a small village for prayers and other pent tomb was .
confined since July In Otto- Archbishop John T new charismatic trend to the In northern Ibtnon I His tentlal practices To the end underground oJlC'n.t'd .' and to grant us His help to make the coming season a
las of Cincinnati. then assistant point where we can meet on Interest and found to be flooded time of grates used, nut ... .dl'd. Ignored nor abuied Al Ih..nll.1 .
and ha his he showed no
bar, 1964. rope raul1 family was very puny of days the body of
chancellor chancellor and common gi-ound he said. with water. vet said to Mary The Holy Spirit will corns upon you"tGu.II.
agreed to his request to be relieved was the y ung at of live chUdren In material thingsOn dead monk was found
of administration of the on December 27 1939. was At the ate of :30 he December 18. 18'Ift.! when the the water and appeared ( ), so also may ws etpect the Holy Spirit to corns to
consecrated auxlli floating on
to as
serve the Sln.menU.T1IUflkt.y. .
us especially through.
entered the of Our' covered
sty: Bishop of the archdiocese Ceremoniesseen the hermitage was to be completely In-
Missionary Bishopto of Maifuq{ and took tM with deep snow. Father MakhIwif tail December 14/
Wkes the dlorete( Uniln< name of Diarbel a Maronlt," was celebrating, blast In robes were removed Gloria :n.1J'.ayt'r
The muddy St. t II"FI>|U', (Mans of a m.rtyr.mahnr, ,
b. consecrated was erected In MIT. 1M7. stepfoward saint who was martyred eat the chspel. of the hermitage and new ones put on. of jirevlovu Sunday Common Preface)

ALTO ON A. PennsylvaniaO Bliheplbert was appointed Bdesia in the second cent-.' At the Con munkm. 'Just alter Then the body was placed \In

<\ A Brooklys born U lane as Us first 81....'. h. had drunk from the chal a coffin which was put In a Failed from Vercelll, In Italy where he was Buhop. Fus;

F'ranclnran mlsiloner will be Catholic lay orgaaliationi unity uirBlfned Charbel was en Ire I '. h. suffered a type of small room In the monastery hiss spent over 10 years In great physical sufferings and, hit,

consecrated here on January In tensing flourished under dallied s Priest In the parish at" ke ,According to another pI' rc'r. In 1927 the body was mlllatlons Because of Ih.... h* la regarded as s martyr although "

23 t. serve as a Bishop in Albers' leadership H* ClMiMM I'M Ml .".1 church of Bekerkl In 101. monk In tINt chapel, he citing removed from the coffin and he returmd from eslle and dl..clln lean \1'1,11I11'
Paraguay. Bishop and and lived an ascetic We in to the''IUI great effort placed In a tomb preparedfor 371 "If a man would rome after M I.. M him renounce himself
He Is Bishop-elect Jerome achools each new parishes) to accentmodate But negotiations proved dif the monastery of st. Marwun and clamped" ) It with Ms It In the wall of the crypt and lake up his cross and follow Ms (Gospel!),
ficuM WMiwiit warning, twoppal end o'tlMt and until help arrived that
Arthur Pechtlte TOR. peel.ats a Catholic popnUUMwtock for 16 years At the- tort lips of the monastery At Frl-lay, December ITFinlxr
legates atr4 late the deckled the noted that the
time h Mmrmmrty time It was
nullHii of Coronel Oviedo.
tacreaied from .fitIW/ ) to
Advent. Common Preface)
Ufe of tM msnasterrwas In the chapelhad off blood and kept Friday :
Paraguay, who will be consecrated over 200,000.Btstsop cathedral of Saints Sophia M The monk body gave

as titular Bishop of Albert twit four July 16. MM just u te cek- not tufftrltotly auitrrr to pry the chalice from its flexibility, like that of s The Blessed Virgin Mary was the human being who partlelpated .

Novaiparta In the Cathedralof regional high sctoels and e- lit aUeft of the EndMiist was for his devotion and cwrtemplatlon Ms Up and Blessed CharbrlImmediately live body most fully the mystery of our redemption and ahs

Blessed Sacrament lie was taMHh, student center. atKalantaioo. about U lit.... and laid M He aided permission> lout consciousness The tame conditions were voiced her feelings In her Magnificat. "My soul gives gloryto
of his superiors to withdrawfront ones he knew the chalks noted when the tomb was In Cod Saviour" Goo
ordained In 1M7 and has been Michigan Slat the attar bull of this Lord and my spirit nulls my (
high a etcwnmunlcaUMi tilt moAsrterv ..lIdI"> would not fall on the altar opened again In 19V>, 1911 bs meditate how
la Paraguay since 195. andve tern laws Imverifies Hut Micbael ptll.) These feelings ours ss ws on ws
Bishop Carroll McCormick The dt cM developeseal Orulartus I'and! two of to the hermitage of Ma Pete'and II. was taken to Ms cell and IMA have profited from the merits of Christ who redeemed us, and

ef Altoons-Johnitowa will be piM w kids he ore his prelates A week later Paul at Always" and placed on the wooden Over the years the fame of how ws hate been helped by the Sacraments which Us initl-.

the consecrator Assisting I I ganised wiped to ... .e the patriarch replied kn bed Thin was Is II7S. He sever plank that had served he as hovered his. the monk vttlled grew his and tomb many pilgrims tined for our continued spiritual welfare

him as co-eoriiemtors win be projects here and ks ta* Mexlraa iMuiag anathemas agaunt a3three retried U bis "' ....lff1 bed For between eight life days and Many graces and rtares Saturday December 14Miber
Bishop John K. MUIIW. of mlastowIn legatesThe but remained U solitude far'
he regained consciousness have been attributed to hl. : Halnrdsy Is Ailvenl. (Common Preface.)
Steubesvifls a II 4IIIII.n' the .f sis life.
and red
MM ttt rougeoua
Validity .f (he etcommunkalUni every once In a Intercession His( devotion to
Bishop John J. Boardman of dta sMarle.. turls*** eight El John Uio llspttit, dwelling In the desert sbitamlng
> .kit remained. s Blessed Charbel lived for SI whlU. and la these .periodsh the ateetlc Uf. attracted not
New fork.f1AtJ4s. AI from wins which the common beverage In those days, ss
Itea Imorol gMfsop was
historical .*.1''*. mark, *e> years In bis hermitage of Sts recited\ ejaculations. pray only Catholics but Orthodox
PtaflcalMSM well ss from delicious foods. and leading a lift of great atrelklsm -
ben attending a caste U. IV dad dies' three Peter and Paul Even during eri and shore all Invoked the Chrlitlans at well.
M and U a fitting .personality to contemplatson
offered in Mary'sCathedral prayer
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Ric The Florida Catholic, Friday, l>eremher 10, 10(55M ( r Diocesan High School Sports

U ""=n"""" Clearwater Central/ / Catholic All-Stars selectedTAMPA

Bay area
YOUTH (\m\\TKR: : On Oct was ready and waiting to weJ! ;

l her 11, Clearwater Centra; come 15iO( fans to the fun Catholic High championship of the six tear praised by Coach Harold Net

N4444444444444444.4j" Catholic HiRh School Mill ccl home game of the season On '. Bay Coast Con. circuit. son for his hard charging defensive

curate the fourth anmversarj !Saturday September 3). tin additional ability, made the 1965
Bishop Kenny ot its dedication Already It day of the game, the entir! fereme champions honors at the close of Other diocesan high school star squad.

hat become the neat of learning student body led by the school competing In the Bay Coast
School for students. Located President, Father Bernard F. the season Seven of the Crusaders' loop placed stars on the K- Many of the high schools
many selectedfor
liquid were : leading athletes have now
dedicated man 'quad.CIl'ar" .
two miles south of Clearwater Dittman, solemnly :
All Star team.
the the basketball
J WkSONVILLi-( : !; jubt off l' S. 19, the the stadium at r Central Catholic Joined

at Bishop Kenny have mad< school is rapidly expanding The expansion of building At the same time Tampa's placed six varsity men in .

an excellent showing[ on (II hi both in enrollment and fad and an t'nrollmentlncre se ol Coach, Tom Murray, was !Mike Dclle Paoh end and Some of the schedules are:

recent Florida I I placemen it iet, 62 per cent over last year chosen as "coach of the )par" elected defensive team capUm -

tests The overall average for: As part of its rapid expansion brought with it the need for for tutoring his team to sperfect with David Bickell hal FATHER LOPEZ

the 232 students was about Central Catholic is currently additional faculty member( Teachers at Clearwater High record of five victories back named to the same unit Green W....

SiO; ; 52 students distinguish! erecting a new multipurpose The school has acquired the and no defeats In the BCC. Coach Armand Sabourin'i, D.yfon. Buch

themselves with total score building to provide. services of four new teachers: Student welcomed four new faculty members Marauders picked to bolster Coach: John $tof.

over 4:>0. adequate facilities for the various Sister Mary Euphrasia S.MFather ., this year to Clearwater Central Catholic High The Crusaders compiled an the All-Star offense Include Dec 7.t Fit. Air Academy
82 mark overall losing only
acli,'ili.s. Michael Williams, Wil from Gu social studies; Father 10 at Callahan
school group School: left Wentz, Herndon and Dona
One girl, Susan Xa>field, i to Leto and to Jesuit /Hiuh Gary
and leach fred Carignan and Gus Went Sister Mary II at New Smyrna Bch.
National Merit I scholarshnsemlflnallst Students parents Michael Williams religion; School's Tigers Reich ends: Bruce Baker

made a petrel era together/ await completion Instructing sophomore Junior Eujihrasia' biology; and Wilfred Carnigan, Eng Coach Murray' athletes center, and Rick Wilson half 14 Bunnell

icon of 495. of the new structure. and senior religion classes lillh.Father, named to the Conference top back 17 at Crescent City Acal

Through: the efforts of the Is Father Williams. Father offensive' unit were Gary Taylor Santa Fe High School fir Jan. 7 St. Joseph C.

Three other Kenny semifi Bmtkters Club a new concrete Williams studied at the Gregorian quarterback and captan: Lakeland had a player Perr)' I Melbourne Cent.

nallsts Steve Broos. Richard football. stadium was erected : University in Rome, Greg Wonders, halfback and Morgan, tackle, chosen for It Hastings I

Donelan and Donald llealey during the summer while residing at North Amer Lopez Bishop Moore Harold Brahier, guard Cho the scoring squad. Also from 18 at Fie. Sch. Deaf
achieved cores of 493 4')2!); Barker's hawk 21 Fla Air Academy
Coach Jack
Iran College: en for the equally Import;
492 respectively, Another toscorer | Thanks to the K archer defensive team were Don were Gary Stotz, tackle, and 22 New Smyrna Bch.
was Charles Tremor Brothers: generous donation ol Students in his religion 1 I I r High School High SchooloR1.tNDOFather Booth, center: Doug f'rlsPlI.: cornerback Mike Altenburgei :25! at RunneR

let who made 4J!(). time, labor and equipment classes are certain to benefit : DanieDolen end Larry St. Amant, hall. strengthening the defense 28 at Baldwin f
As a prelude 1 to then the sparkling white stadium from his extensive studies and imTONBiCIILast) M.M a relative of onol < back, and Kevin Power h.lI. From Cardinal Moonej: Feb 1 at St Joseph Acid. '

Thanksgiving[ vacation, ktu travels. andsenior week we received the prelim the students spoke to thi back Actually all seven stai... High School in Sarasota one 4 Callahan
Freshman, sophomore, $ at Melbourne Cent. C.
dents at Bishop Kenny unary scholastic apptitude test armbled, students on De played "both ways" in ht'tp.) of Coach Jack wind's Cougars
films : classes ate
and enlightened New English I tt Hastings
: lioble Baldm, was
the direction of Mr. scores Top scorer John Hoffman umber 6 concerning his exppnencei ing Tampa Catholic win tht ,
Studcnl under 11 Baldwin
at a school assembly .,..l 0"( ncMtli ... llnitt'i' h ,lit as a Maryknoll missionary named as a tackle on the top
Mike Sateia Carignan. He obtained his made the 90! percentilt 14 Ha Sch. Deaf
body president
UM "t ticiitfClas in Formosa defensive squad of the Confer
was master of ceremonies, II a'soclate in arts and languages in both verbal and mathKathleen Film, book tell 18 Crescent City

Sidney Foster, student body A, Section degree at St John Kaje and Hobert Sister :Marie de Lourdei. ence.In

treasurer discussed patriot (Morally unobjectionable Baptist College Bar llaibor, Conley also scored in the (7 S,S"I. a faculty member .t of Eucharistic Orlando Bishop Moore: CARDIN..LIlAOONE'f

Ism. Helen l Joost studenl and dolwenU" < ) Maine Following five years HihopllHlrl': Is attending a High: School was represented CouftrsStrttote
body vice.president, and. for adults at St. Joseph's Abbey in Spencer and 98 perccntile in each sec workshop this week In :Mlam in India on the All-Onnge County football I

Diana Noble, president of th! Dr. Cioldfoot and the Bikini! Massachusetts, Mr. Car tion. sponsored by the state of I'lor. Congress team.Hornets'. Coach: Jack ScWn l I

Handmaids the Blessed :Machine ''Amer Inlcrnt'l) ignan: obtained his B.A. de- Twenty cent If f the class Ida duidance; Personnel As. BOMBAY A fulllengt guard Mike Hipps Dec. 7 at Sarasota
Sacrament, gave a short Heroes of Tclcmark (Col) fire from St. F.ugene's: College scared. above the 90 percentIle six'iatlon.\ feature film on the Inters. 11 Venice i i
the meaning[ of Natick, Massachusetts 14 Tampa Cat!!.
speech on Johnny Nobody /( tional Eucharistic Congre,
Thanksgiving to various indi. (Brit.) (Medall: Kim. Co.') In charge: of the social stud In verbal or In math. William Schwab a grad. and Pope Paul's visit to Bon Bishop in Far North 17 PalmettoJan. I

\iduals, lei department is Mr. Wentz The Drama Club under thedirection ale of Bishop Moore of th) bay has been released here to aids school teachersST. 5.t Clearwater Cats.
('lax A Section 111 in of '62 one of the 1 1 1.! Santa Fe
In addition to the speeches, who brings history to life of Francis Nolan lass was mark their first anniversary Bishop 7
( -
attended the nominated for the Woodrow 14 a', Adm. Farragut
entertained classes He "
his this week
the Drama iinolijertionablefor stalled rehearsing Entitled "Christ in India. 0 MI. from
Morally O'Grady
( Fergus
andFlorida \\illson Fellowship for the 15 at Santa Fe
the students t'nder the direction adults) t t'nlversitie of Georgia for the Christmas production; the film showing at two Bon Canada's Far North cheerfully
the 25 boys( where he obtained a preparation of college instruc 18 at Venice
of Neal Tyler "A Quiet Christmas, by lay movie houses was pr< admitted here he has

presented two brief comedy Leather Boys, The knowledge and understanding Noel McCJurcn tori, lie is currently attend doted by Rome's San Paul been s marriage: broker in 21 OLPH i
and humorous read MRLP, Tic) ol history which is a valuable mg Duquesne University I irPittsburg 25 at OLPH
kits a (IRI'IU t The Glee Club will also f participate Film order to get volunteer schoolteachers
World 29 al Tampa Cath.Feb. .
in his
ing report Jo Ann Curl. \\hcntlieBoyiMectilieGirlsMGM asset to students ( the Christmas
in prorngram .
( ) History, American History \ representative from liar Meanwhile, I book 'n thp 1 Alva
and they, too, are busy The Oblate of Mary Immaculate
Family and Problems of American vnd University Mr. Truitt history of the Catholic ('hurcla S at Berkeley
Friend of Christmas selections vicar
Beach practising prelate apostolic
Daytona (Fren.) Interntl( Class) )Democracy classes. oat at Bishop Moore last India has been Issued her British I Adm. Farrseut
of Prince Rupert
Clearwater Central Catholic week to answer any question al a memorial te the Each 11 Clearwater Cath.
fair, December 1. Columbia, 600( miles north of
ClR"a R has graduated two senior The of the students about this rustic Congress. 12 at Palmetto
Furniture Rook Each of the classeshas 2. and 3, gave the student hoot. Seattle, told a press conference 15 at Alva
classes <
Grttting Cards (Morally obJecHonahle in noted that 70-B3 per cent body an opportunity to peruseone The Hornet basketball Specially commissioned 1 11'alerian by he has 140 volunteer 19 Berkeley

part for all) furthering hundred papeibacks coy.eying took the court In thnew Cardinal Grecian Clf "frontier apostles They
LLOYD COX of its graduates the classics works of center Fridaj. Bombay the book by Aloyi. have built and staffed 14 BISHOP MOORE
in college.Central
Office SuppliesCL Spy With My Fare, The(MOM) their education Catholic hopes to continue contemporary authors, and night and opened the season ins Soares, former prefer schools, including the only Horo.H

vailous lefcrenct books. over the of the country's Catholic l."n- college!: between Vancouverand : OrUndeCotcK i
J-347J !
402t victory
Time of Indifferent this record. with a Christian! evarKelUation .. the North Pole : dart
officially ion assesses
I 111 North Bach StreetWOODS Cont. Films) This news from Clearwatercentral The basketball season Ivman High Terriers. Thi .
(Utal) ( December 7 withan in India as a "latune. Among the group he related \ Dec S Lymaa
( Catholic w as reported began Hornets continued to move ai
from eastern 4 Bartow
Clare CCondemned by Barbara Walters, a student away game at Melbourne hey rolled over Rartow 57-34
who "volunteered toome 7 Lakeview
author "QuantitJ Canada
school. against Florida Air Academy. second home game ol
at the In the
( ) Th lively, it Is a failure once leu if I could guaranteethem 11 Klsilmmee
the '
Fuel Oil Company Inc. with than J$ per cent of the pop husbands," 14 at Lyman.
Swedish Wedding Night( Sf Paul High School Junior Varsity kept pare both lit Ion has rallied to Chris "And In a year and a half 18 it Ukeviosf

D.I 25MS22For Swed( ,) (Royal Films ) the varsity as they won alter centuries of preacher; hey have had 100 pet ffnlsuccess. 28/29 at Titusville (tour) I',
PKTKRSnt: Patricia SoUl
ST. : now
instant Hot Objection: Much: of the treatment pielimmary games. and teaching Qualitatively i It ." he said There are Jan. 4 Boone
Nugent of St Paul High boast 20 record
in this plodding[ film a 7 at Winter Park
fail engineers working on
"' much greater many
has been a
School has been cited as one Moore served as t a
of Bishop
about the frustrations since .it has not succeeded huge projects In the area, he 8 Kisslmmee \
of the outstanding students of 'lest for Scholastic Aptitude ure.
n rural Swedish life is obscene a Patricia center In winning the representslive noted, "All In .11," he said, 11 at Sanford'
high\ school English: in the college: boards test or
sections of the popul ".f'" had 42 marriages 14 Oak Ridge ,
country The :National Council December 4. reports
Saturday "
( .Nugent volunteers 18 Evans
AllBaggett. of Teachers of F.ngish: has Don Clossey. tlon. among I
PRINTING .M his press conference. the< 21 at ,EdiewaterM ,
the 15! t
named her among Pope Paul inaugurate! Bishop announced a ,.to million Colonial i
Mclntoh. Letter tint and OrtCeuchmin outstanding students to receive
v housing project extending Feb 1 Winter park
annual achievement Jesuit chapel in seminary
Inc.Funtnl Printing Co. the i. over You acres of land 4 Sanford
... ROME fM'(: ) IT Pan
Directors I. M lllf" IVorewls from the sale of 5 at Bones.a \
The 8,500 Indents selected Planctamim' in !St; Petersburg School M drove across Borne rrom
Daytona Boch Port Orange CL 2.4214 1)8 Magnolia High land for hounes for wickets at Oak Ridge ;
foi their excellent in Eng: have been scheduled by Vatican City to Inauguratenew i I
mills 11 at FvansIs
at three new large pulp
lish last spring[ took extensive the Science Club of St Paula. \MPV-The Masque Club chapel of the Major Roman -
his Prince 1 Edgewater
will support new
English: examinations to :Newly I elected officers are concluded its second annual Seminary where a pair .
determine their national ..ran' :Nuccio, president and festival on Sunday November jog of Our Lady of Cool, {tieorg; College: he said 18 at Colonial,

Cunningham Oil i Co.DAYTONA standing Of this number, 8T7: Kaien Schatz May Spiridon 27: with the showing of "La deuce a favorite of Pop i

finalists were selected ren- and Barbara Rusm The Club Slrada" With the newly purchased John XXIII from his youtlto I

{ BEACH253.76I2GD venting 620 schools: from 50 plans to undertake photography film screen a bigger old age, will hang Beach

ORMOND BEACH 677-1700 states, the District' of Columbia as this year's J'lrojtct.nd and better picture will be In a brief speech to thi Daytona I

and American preparatory convert a supply room nude possible i for future seminarians, Pope Paul urge<
.( (
the warmed
Gulf toUr mat main schools abroad. of the science lab into a darkroom films. them to preserve the pair I

On Friday night December mony of piety and cubic I

I'llrlda has been awarded The National Honor Society 3, in Jesuil's gymnasium. the which has been given then :

JOLINES a certificate of merit fur her In chapter, of St. Paul's recentlyponored Jesuit High basketball cageri from pa-t centuries He laid ; "

mitHtaiiding achievement an assembly for darted their season against new and vigorous' branrhei. KNIT ; ; :
TRAVEL BUREAU niilisb I: and St. Paul's Department
its annual honorary tapping King High School. Jesuit could grow from this old<
of' DAYTONA Inc. of English: received Newly inducted membersare plays 20 games scheduled this itork. With the seminarian. I. Lien ;

Airline. SUmthip Tlclels a rrrtlllCMte of commendation Madeline: Rlendeau, )ear while facing tough competition in the chapel were 12 Italiai 1\ one ; > I

CL -0641 322 No. loch Street for the excellence of Its Cathv I'rln.: Candy Nagle. with area high Cardinals.

liiMmctlimal program Paulette Tessier and Judy sc\ The painting of Our Lady

Patricia is the daughter ofMr Fumea Probationary members December <. hlch hung In the old chape -."
On Saturday
All You Can Faff : and Mrs,, William .'. Nu are Ann BromkowsM. Juniors and seniors .f( Jesuit will be placed in the apse of

211 ROth North; Charlotte Young, and Linda the new one It was a favonti j
EVERY FIIDAYJMmII gent!: .nd ether high, sch.eta l lick ;
John when !he was a
Florida. of Pope"
M I Petersburg, Santy, sophomores. entrance eamU
Ihe college
FISH FILET DINNER Field; trips Including a tour seminarian He visited it a.
hoard's scholastic aptitude
The first blue : St. Pod'snewspuper Mutton .( it
and kept a ot
through the Museum: of Finetrta Pope copy I"
$ the I'aulleiier. test.
Only and the Junior College its deck,
was puhliihed In :Ntvemhrr.Fdilnr December l..lC.r....
.....4... P,.. .f the Is Th. concert on
E n .....4 ,.,.,. P.M.kM10HTJEMIHK ..4 Cole! II.. St. Leo CollegeST. Ui HrLhio a Junior newspaper 17, presenting the world Marcus famous Thomas Auto Radio Wanda
I K': -The 75th anniversary pianist Sales and Servicew.
$ IITCBIICL dinner and celebrationof Muss: Mary Dm on. of M in I Me Kay Auditorium is being 114 Net
; Redo.
: Only
Jesuit High
the Saint Uo educational Petersburg Catholic l'II"lliu( sponsored by Mere" 2 5
CL MM tdiet ed the School Tickets are on sale Mr 1w iwn
community was held December a< senior religion a.
I. Hadio ktation \\1)(".... classes recently She conducted for M M), The remaining tickMs ...... -

Dade i City, named this event a question and answer will be given to other high "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS -SINCE Illl

f..turing Charcoal boiled Tom Do>'l.. ... ...
session alxo. schools reports .
"St.! Io Day" and conductedan .. ..
Wm. A. Ritzi & SonsCl
4 :ff PrimeWESTERN; open mike program all The !St. Paul's Chafer 01| If ansr.ea Of ",
STEAKS day long direct from the campus .rl.Meds! attended the Ditrie .. L r00. J..oI.t
: was Wle ace
i SEAFOOD C.nv ration at Northeast: _'.,..tla Cl JSI Awaic.n. Gene Sec.iety; 1 JJ N. Lack S.
] < t4lJ{ | ftW OCEAN FRESH Frank Fontaine star of the lltfh School on :November: o, ........'

fH CHICKEN Gleaton show, .headlined Ford elected ",
l -=: : 1CHOPS- Jackie, Kathy was by I

FW the best In all typci( 'ood-Vilit i our the guests of honor at the convention as a rand and
the dinner Jack Lena WSB! date for the oftue\ of state, friuiwSboKTony
Dining Room Serving; 'from 4 PM to II fMWe
Atlanta, was master of ieie- treasurer lice nu-rtibe'' ""J\I'

liter te pi..t. P.rt.." We Honor Anwic Eipftu monies begun w.k' at St1'1 i ill ">,,'., < y M.. 4 6 Italian CuisintDaytona

VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTERON :Monsignor: Charles I. F.U-: '?pit.i''' at tia- "',.n 11 Y ... M awe IMv1 ea M .....

ELLINOR lander partorofSt! Martha's. trad:non' reports andy *.jH '- a:1OI.: a... ..
SarasotJ! and distinguishedSt I

Len prep alumnus. dehv .
( F.yd J., T""w'i. J
eyed the sermon at the Mass DEAL

DAYTONA n on December: ICioundbreaking. GET BOTH A GOOD enl Moving & Storage Co. fa..
'f'r another 1 -wwar Inert ,A,..... ALUED VAN LINES, INC. j
dormitory was NEW SMYRNA ...,
new men's -

FURNITURE l1: held next to Reno (Hall the RAMBLER v""', JI io s.. Gmpb.1.-ct DAYTONA .1616 W s.DC, .LA...4-.1 NOGentry's 41S17 !

SHOWROOMS : newest dorm [J NEW $w RNA REACH + j ,.,:::..

lob WI ,. IwLsgws Fad" Ore' ge end Gr.p.irs s Jwce D...,
FURS by REICHERTMink 'II NoPhone D:: ;,,' Freeoey
Rt.1 Seles at Discount' Price* Fruits and Juices Inc.

"Only TI.. Loot Is E>pnt,..* Stoles Ray Wells 428-4550 F.ci1t..s Sh.a_ of Fo..t ...,..... 6warti.I

Munieipel Airport Off HK.. U Arw.nw. .__ .torso ./Wy. 14 1 L.1e 1..4 Pisa 2UI.Z'

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Steven The Florida Catholic, Friday, December 10,1963

R i( Council's Decree on the Apostolate of the Laity 1

1 FOLLOWING lish translation Is the of text the of Decree an Eng. may(cf 1 offer Peter spiritual 2. 4-10))sacrifices not only that they remember the. words of the Lord 'If of life and the prosperity of the family, solicitude. and help them with appropriate the- first to communicate the faith to

on in every anyone wishes to come after me, let him culture. economic matters, the arts and relief This obligation is their children ,
the Imposedabove and to educate them byword
Apostolate of the thing they do but also that
Laity promulgated they may wit. deny himself and take his cross and
up professions, the laws of the poIltit'llrommunity all nation
upon every prosperous and example for the Christian I'd
to Christ
by Pope Paul VI on November throughout the world The follow me" (Mart. 16, 24) Promoting international relations and and (41( ). life
person apostolic They prudently help tli" n
18 sacraments, however .
1965. especially the
most holy Eucharist Christian friendship among themselves. other matters of this kind, as well as In order that the exercise of charity in the choice of their vocation and carefully

Introduction nourish that charity ,which communicate is the soul and of they help one another in every need their development and progress, not only on this scale may be unexceptionable in promote any sacred vocation wtii" *!
whatsoever '
the entire apostolate ((3). aid in the attainment of man s ultimate appearance as well a< in fact it is altogether they may discern In them.It .

This goal but also possess their own intrinsic necessary that one should consider
plan the spiritual life of the
1. To intensify the apostolic activity of value This value has been establishedin has ahvavs been the duty of Cli
One engages in the apostolate through laity should take its particular character in one s neighbor the image of God
the people of God (1)), the most holy the faith hope. and charity which the from their married or family state or them by God whether they are considered in which he has been created and also Han married partners but today it I h I s

synod earnestly addresses itself to the Holy Spirit diffuses in the hearts of all their! single or widowed state from theirstate in themselves or as parts of the Christ the Lord to whom Is really offered greatest part of their apostolate to mam-
laity, whose proper and whole order "God that I,511nd prove by their own way of I Lie
indispensablerole members of the Church. Indeed, by the of health and from their professional temporal saw all whatever Is given to a needy person
in the mission of the Church has al- precept of charity which Is the Lord and social activity They should lie had made was very good' (Gen I, It is imperative also that the freedom the Indisolubility and sacredness of the

I tidy been dealt with In other document greatest commandment all the faithful not cease to develop earnestly the qualities 31)). This na:ural goodness of theirs and dignity of the person being helpedbe marriage bond strenuously to affirm the

; (12)). The apostolate of the laity derives are Impelled to promote the glory of and talents bestowed on them In accord takes on a special dignity as a result of respected with the utmost cxnultieia- right and duly of parents and guardians
j from their Christian vocation and their relation to the human for ton that the to educate children In a Chrlsiian nun-
God through: the coming of Hit kingdom with these conditions of life, and person, purity of one s charitable
1 the Church can never be without it. Sacred and to obtain eternal l life for all men- they should make use of the gifts which whose service thl'YI fre created intentions be not tamed by seeking! one.sown ncr, and to defend Ihe dignity and lawful
. Scripture clearly shows how spontaneous that they may know the only true God they have received from the Holy !Spirit. It has pleated God to unite all things; advantage' or by striving for domination autonomy of the family,

and fruitful such activity was and Him whom lie sent, Jesus Christ (cf both natural and supernatural, In Christ 15)) and especially that the demands They and the rest of the faith! .!.

at the very beginning of the Church (cf John 17, 3). Furthermore. the laity who have followed Jesus "so that In all things lie may have of justice be satisfied lest the giv. therefore. should cooperate with met:

Acts H, 1-:1, 18, 28, Rom. 16, 116, their vocation and have become the first place' (Col 1, 1&1.) This destma Ing of what Is due In justice be represented of good will to ensure the preservation of

Phil. 4. 3)). OB all Christians therefore Is laid the members of one of the associations or ton: however, not only does not deprivethe as the offering of a charitable gift these" rights In civil legislation and to

Our sea times require of the laity .. preeminent responsibility .f working to institutes approved by the Church try temporal order of its independence, Not only the effects but also the causesof make sure that governments give due

lets seal la fact, modern conditions 4. make the divine message of salvation faithfully to adopt the special characeristics its proper( coals. law, supports\ and slgmfnance these Ills mint be removed and the attention to the needs of the family rt

maud that their apostolate be broadened- known and accepted by all\ men thrcugh-: ( of the spiritual life which are for human welfare but rather help he given In such a way that the recipients Larding housing the education of cl il.

aid intensified. cut the acrid proper to them as well perfects the temporal\ order In its own may gradually be freed from dependence dren working! conditions, social securir1. ,

For They should alas hold la high esteem intrinsic strength and worth and puts It on outsiders and become self- and taxes; and that in policy decisions

With a constantly (increasing population the the exercise of this apostolate, professional skill family and risk en a Irel11th mans whole vocation sufficient affecting migrants their right to live together '
Holy Spirit Who
continual progress in science and God through ministry and the the peopleof sacraments spirit and the virtues relating te social upon earth Therefore, the laity should held In as a family should be safe:,:uaid-
technology and
closer interpersonal relationships customs, namely, honesty, justice, sincerity high esteem and. according lo their ed ((4))
the areas for the lay gives the faithful pt't'lalllns also In the course of history, the use of
have been immensely widened apostolate (cf 1 Cor 12, 7)), 'allotting them to kindness and courage, without temporal things has been marred by ability, aid the works of charity and projects ) This mission to be the tuft and

ticularly in fields that have been for par.the everyone according as He wills' ((1 which no true Chrlstlaa life ran riUU serious vices Affected by original sin, for siiclnl assistance, whether public vital cell of society the family has! Mcelved

most part open to the laity alone These Cor. 12, 11 > in order that individuals, administering The perfect example of this type of men have frequently fallen into many tit private, Including, International from God. It will fulfill this m,

factors have also occasioned new problems grace to others just as they spiritual and apostolic life Is the most errors concerning the true Owl, the na programs whereby ( Ul'rllhl'lp Is given slim if It appears as the domestic sane

which demand their expert atten have received it, may also be good Blessed Virgin Mary Queen of Apostlrs lure of man, and principles of the moral lo needy Indh lilunls and peoples.In tuary of the Church by reason of the IT:jtual .

bon and study stewards of the manifold grace of dod who while leading the life common to all law, This has led to the corruption of doing. they should cooperate with affection of its members and fie:

This apostolate becomes more Imperative ((1 Peter 4. 10)), to build up the whole here on earth one filled with family concerns morals and human institutions and not all men of good will 161, I. prayer that they offer to God in comr :n,

in view of the fart that many body in charity (cf, I:ph._ 4. Id) From and labors was always Intimately sorely to contempt for the human person If the whole family makes itself a part

areas of human \life have become increasingly the acceptance of these charisma including united with her !Son and in an entirely himself In our own time, moreover, Chapter III of the liturgical worship of the ('hur,1.

autonomous This Is as it those which are more elementary unique way cooperated in the work of those who have trusted excessively In and if it provides active hospitality aid

should be, but it sometimes involves a there arise for each believer the the Saviour, Having now been assumedinto the progress of the natural sciences and The various fields of promotes )justice and other good w'). 3

degree of departure from the ethical and right and duty to use them in the Church heaven, with her maternal charity the technical arts have fallen Into an for the service of all the brethren in

religious order and a serious danger to and in the world for the good! of men she cares for these brothers of her Son idolatry of temporal things and have become tho apostolate need.

Christian life Besides, in many places and the building up of the Church, in the who are still on their earthly pilgrimageand : their slaves rather than their mas Among the varloui activities of the

here Priests are very few or, In some freedom of the Holy Spirit ho breathes remain involved In dangers and dt ters. 9. The laity carry out their l manifollapoktolale l 'family apwtolate may be enumerated

instances deprived of due freedom for where lie wills (John 3, II). faculties until the\ are led into the happy The whole Church must work vigorously both In the Church ant in the this following: the adoption of abandoned'

priestly work, the Church could scarcely This should be done by the laity in fatherland (71( ). Ail should devoutly venerate in order that become world! In both arras there are various infants hotpitali'y to strange, at i .

exist and function without the activity of communion with their brothers In Christ, her and commend their life and capable of rectifying men the may distortion of cp|>oiunities( for apostolic activity \\e ante In the operation of schools, helll111!; 1

the laity. especially with their pastors who must apostolate to her maternal care the temporal order and directing it to wish lo list here the more Important advice and material assistance for adlesccnts '

make a Judgment about the true nature fields of action namely, church communities help to engaged! couples in |I.r>

An indication of this manifold and and proper use of these gifts not to estinguish IIObjectives dod through/ (hrist Pastors must clearly the family, youth. the SIM'lal paring themselves bitter for marrmi

pressing need Is the unmistakable work the Spirit but to test all things Chapter state Ihe principles concerning the milieu, and national and International catechetical work support| of niarr,:J!

being done today by the Holy Spirit in and hold for what Is good (cf 1 Thess. purpose of creation and the use of Il'mponl levels Since In our times women have an cluplulnd 'families Involved' In mater,-il
and must offer the moral
making the laity ever more conscious of S, 12, It, 21)) ((4)). things ever more active share in the whole life and moral crises. help fur the aged r It
and aids which the
their own responsibility and encouragingthem spiritual by temporal of society, It \.trylmrurl.nllhat they only by providing! them with the nece ,

to serve Christ and the Church in 4. Since Christ, sent by the rather. I Is S. Christ redemptive work while essentially order may be renewed in Christ. participate more widely also In the var. ties of life but also by obtaining for them

all circumstances ((31.) the source and origin of the whole apostnlate concerned with the salvation of The laity must take up the renewal lous fields of the Church apottolate. a fair share of the benefits of an expanding .

of the Church the success of the men includes also the renewal of the et Ihe order their economy.
In this decree the Conned seeks t. lay apostolate depends upon the laity'sliving whole temporal order. Hence the mission ebllgallon temporal lId by ns the light own of speccoal the 10. Al sharers In the role of Christ as At all times and places but party

describe the .Mature character, and diversity union with Christ in keeping with of the Church Is not only to bring (to JH'llod the mind .( the ( hurrh and Priest prophet and king, the laity, have rutarly areas where the first seeds of

., the lay apottelate I* stale Hs the 1-ord words 'He who abides in the message and grace of (hrlst to menbut motivated by (hrUllan charily they their work cut out for them In the life the Gospel are being! sown, or where
bask principles aad t. give paMeral directives me. and I In him bears much fruit lur also to penetrate and perfect the must net directly and In a drllnite way and activity of the Church Their activityIs (lie Church Is Just beginning' or Is Involved .
far Its mere effective eierclse. without order with the of the so necessary within. the Church communities '
me you can do nothing (John temporal spirit In the temporal sphere In some serious difficulty, C tu

All these should be regarded at norms U.I'. Gospel| that without It the apuntolnate tlan families ran give effec'live testimony
As citizens they must cooperate' withother of the pastors Is often unable to achieve
lo (hrlst before the world by remainlrfaithful
when the canon law at it pertains to the This life .f Intimate I ..Ion wlik VMI fulfilling Ibis minion .f the
its full effectiveness In the manner of
citizens with their.
own particularskill
| hy
to the
lay apostolate, Is revised. I I. the Church Is imrlthed b. iplrltml ( berth the (hrUtUn laity eicrrlie tbelrap and on their own tespunsibility{ the men and women who helped| I'aul In model nf Christian Gope providing threw a
marriage ,
I aids which are U all the (ahbtul .'Ulale .both. I. Ike berth and I. the Everywhere(: and In all things they moot spreading' the Gospel Kf( Acts IK. 1HM:! their whole way of life r6))
Chapter especially active participate I. Ue. e.rld,1 In both tine/ spiritual ana the temporal '
seek the justice of (.ml s kingdom The \Itom,16, 31) the laity with the right apostolic

The vocation of the sacred llUrgy III.( | orders. temporal order must be renewed in attitude iip'ly| what Is lacking to To (Militate the attainment of 111

their brethren and refresh the spirit nf goal of their apoeiitiafe It can be ufor ., 1
These" are to be used by the laity In These orders although distinct ire such a way that without detriment to

laity to theapostolate ouch! a way that while correctly fulfillIng so connected In the singular plan of God its own proper laws, It may be broughtInto : pastors and of the rest of the f.lI/iMld/ ( families{ lo be brcMhl lm.ithir Ire )

their secular duties In the ordinary that He himself Intends la raise up the conformity with the higher principles 1 Cor 18, 17IDStrengthened. groups' (t81.)

conditions" of life they do not separate whole" 1 world again la Christ and to makeit of the Christian life and adapted lo t.>v active participation 1 It 's sung .persons evert very Important

union with Christ from their life but a new creation initially on earth and the shifting circumstances of time, In the liturgical life of their community Influence In modern svrlrly (17))

2 The Church was founded far the pur lather performing their work according completely on !the last day In both orders place. and peoples Preeminent among they are eager to des their share of theaiNulollc
of the the works of this t of ,la There hat Wn" a radtaal. I hat-' :lithe :
pees spreading kingdom of Christlhrwgioml to God will they grow in that union la the layman being simultaneously) type. apodtolate works of that community They

the earth for the glory of God this way the laity must make progress. a believer and a .citlrrn should be inn that of Christian social action which the bung<< lo the Church pwple who perhaps Irrumntanres fir f their llve, tl. .'

the. rather to enable all men to share u holiness In a happy and ready spirit liMMMisly led by the same Christian (,*- sacred synod desires to see etlended to are far removed from It, earnestly cooperate menial attitudes, and their. ,.1111'n r!> ;.

In His saving redemption tln l and that vying prudently and patiently to overcome science. the whole temporal sphere, Including In presenting the word of Ox! with their own families. Frequently IT
through them the whole weld might' enter culture 12). move too (halt kly Into a new sisal art|
difficulties '111.) Neither familyconcerns ei|>e<'ially by means nf rate'heth al Instruction
I. The mission of the Church pertains to economic status While their social aril
a relationship' with Christ Ail
nor other secular affairs should and skills
offer their to
t While eserrrs. nf the apoatolate special
the salvation of men which la !. I to every their Is .
even mlrtlral Importance
activity of the Mystical Rodr directed to ( grt
be Irrelevant to their sp4rilual life laseepMg make the of touts end the ,tmlnlaIratton
rare a -
should be .
motivated by chanty
the attainment of this goal Is called the achieved by belief in Christ and by Ills rag from", Hay to day. they seem to be ur'
with the words of the Apottle.Whatever of the of the Chute
works by their nature ran become
grate The apostolate of the Church and very able to with their
apoetolate, which the Church' carries o. rope adequately new
you do in word. or oak. do more efficient' and effective
'1)f'fIIUy'Ivlll eipretsiMti this charity "
of all its members Is primarily designedto .. nsbUities.Ihelr '
in various through all her menu ie | .
ways all In the name of the lArd Jews Christ
Christ the lard wanted these works
manifest Christ by wads /
message The nlf"rlln obvious
bers. giving thanks to God the lather through and deeds and te communicate His grate le be signs of Ills messianic miaetoo tc f. f the eianipt h'l.hI'n..II! Influence In an' IHy
i> aimalolate nn the community levelInaimuth
Him (Col 3, 17)). Matt. II 4 SL demand of them a protmrtHmste ape>
I er the tViitlaa veraltoa by Hs very to the world This Is done mainly. ) ns It brings together the many
satire is alM a tecaliea U the apetlolale. Ssarh through the of the Word and Mic aHlvily, bait their natural qualtt' 's
a life requires a contdMtal rser- ministry The greatest vnfnamiment In tie, human difference" within Its boundaries
alto fit them for this < tiviiv As thr <
cite of faith hope and teartty Only by the" sacraments. entrusted In a special I law is to .love Mal with one's whole and. merges them, Inli the universality, I he ronnrlncie of their .

Ne part of the stmrtwe of a living the .light. of faith and .by meditatwa oa way te the clergy wherein the laity also' heart and one"s .pIJlJf' as oneself eel of thefhunh f Hi p i. owe *more. (hey are lmi 'lleit by own a prSMialille seil
the rd of God have their Important roles. to fulfill
w and very .
ran one always
body U merely pane but has a shareIn everywhere God la Vv hem If they are to be fellow workers for thetruth" Matt 8, 37 40)). 1 hit laity should nremUm .Ibern fur life and a ready eagerness to a :jme
recognize we
the functions at wen a, We of the Christ made this commandment' of selves le working !I. the parish In unionwtlh their own r..tllft..ltt. and they yeaiiIn :
live. aJ move. and have our beta* '3 Jobs1.) It Is e.p*'( I ally on this
body: M. too In the body of Christ love of neighbor His own ad erithod. It their 1'rleils ((2)) bringing to ,the ploy their part In social and rultur..1 l
'Arts 17 :3 > seek Hn wall M .level that the amt every
w.1Ittit the Church the whole body the with a new .meaning for He wanted to ( .butch remmeally their l e.n and the life If this seal I is Imhueij ..ltilih. art..t; :
event see Christ te whetherhe pattoral nt..ftylr. mutually iomileineMary -
ia krepMg with the proper activity everyone equate Himself with, His brethren at theobret wcrkl"s problem* at well ai queilUn! of brut' and is Inspired' by etirdien: a
be a relative or a stranger, arid makecorrect (
of each part derives its III'ItI''fm of this love when He said. "As ronrernlng kumin salvation, all ef which and love for the Church II ran be e-.
)Judgments about the
Us ova lateraal development iLpb 4, and value" of true meanMf There are laaimerable 1<< apportiaUIrs long as you did it for KM of these. the they should and resolve br n>- tinted to be very fruitful. They Ihs+.;:d|

11). temporal things both la' .pr. to Ik* (ally fr Ihe' eterrlte *f least of My brethren you. di II for Me" liberating In rommon. A. far ns p. tible, liorm the first. le carry nn the apost: .
themselves and
In their relation te man s (Mr ap *4lale .f etaagelUallon aid Matt M. 40)) AsMimmg human ..nature the laity ought lo provide helpful ,.n.. ate dins Uy .to 4her young persons, ,tvenlratiaf .
Indeed the organic Minn I* !this body final gal
staliriraU... He bound the whole human rue ,lo Himself location Ue every npniUlle sad. missionary their apoetollc effort wt';!! :i
and the structure of the members are M
They obi bate this. faith live ia the as a family" through a < ortaui wiper naderUklng. ipwuMrrd "11 their (oral their own circto. according the B" -'i
member who farts to. .
compact that the The! testimony of their rhrutiaa
.hoc* *f the revelaUea of the woe of God very natural solidarity and eitMitd chart-. parish of the social. environment. la obi b they
make his contribution (. the development life ted wotks done
good to a
proper and keep la. mad the cress and tesurrer ty ai the mark of His dm! .iptoi. saying, live (III.)
of the Church neat t* said spent hate the power .to draw They skmiM develop Increasing
an ever
lion .f the lArd la the crl By this will all men kane !mat you are
to .be useful neither to the Church nor .to this We. bidde. .IUI OrUI pilgrimage M God and me' to. beep and .to God. for the lad My dMripiM. if you have love far .. appacutws.4 the. os elM.... of Adults aught !to engage In sue h Me--: ', Ire. from enslavement .to wealth. they. says. "t;"e. s* let ,.., light shwe before aaother' ''John 11. Mrla which. law pariah u a .kind of tell ever I ly ......... with yews* people that, t._ .'.sage

meet In seder that they may s.eyour ready al .their patior tovrtation to par grnufjs. evwoeaiag the age bas : .i
is efmiatstry to those riches wlurh
the Church there a diversity aspire remaia forever
and fund wake and give Story te your her very early days. the .ky tarlsiete to d...*.n presorts. Indeed.. to rAIl become better afajueiarted: and share
(%nat dedicate
but at mutton generously themselves
a oneness rather who is la "heaven' ( Matt I. 14 '. Church added the" agape lo the euehari fulfill !the cede of cites and rural areas the special be efits each genet at m anWfee
conferred wi. the Apostle: and their suetenors wholly t. the ., the
tic supper and thus showed II.... te I* <3i I. they atwuM not limit their. the other Adults should it "", 'a
f kingdom. of God and to the refcrm and However of ibis kind, coupe'all.
the duty learning sanctifying an apoatolate
whetty. united around Chrtrt by the bead to law pwroxhusl or atMeean young pH...... flrst by pied e< o" i le
and natag. .M Hts name and power. Rot smpnvement of the temporal oreVr M doe. not resist only I to the witness of
ef riI.ntlit.\ too m every era it MletofatiH ... but. Mow to eatoexl to m4rHfwihial > lake part HI the apoetolM ami' a fie c
the likewise share la tie a Cltmbaa Among. the Uiais of of .late true looks (for
laity prtftiy spirit Sees cay a pottle
by this sign of .lave. a4whtfe MUrdioi Mae. Mt.Ml. awl tot,,. ......, preooass Masf. hy oCr' :
and royal .41w..1 Christ andtherefore this We they lied strrafth 'to h.p.. .irhHMbet to _. Christ bywords
teev..d a
prophetx' 9f
.. it rejoice" M the .MntolaklftCJ of oatmeal ,....... The -oMtiry b>..enot. II..",* effective a4vlre and willing, atawe
11.tMIt share .M the that the W the .wr.H4'CI ether to believers
ewsj Msffertoejs preseat son others. it rlauas works' of chanty M Ms sag atl the .More ntrwtoary b a... tire Hy the same token. young pshouto >
fneeine of the .h 4e lbfnle of God III0tIftt KM time are ao( Cathy to be roofared wslb a view te .. ..., then .to faith or ,
eftMe aa4.
n I laJ duty MgJrtler daily menace .to maSMHty of pntnlalMMreifror : cultivate toward stuns re Iand
and ta the world "I. with the glary to rem that .tf be>> re- to fee faAhrwl wta a view to ttetniri ag.atreaajthtaeag .
*| r....'... .. an4 meow .f ) trust. and .H*..u,h then. are r.I
cooled III sw" i f.... I. Ui.. ad enrouracHig thr. .to IAN rea.... pity /., the' trrtj .
They exercise the ayeitotole .to *tbr I............ no .Nts.r slice any %rrtor rally altroiiod to nwveHio. Ih..f! I
a aaere fervent late rr the 1M"" of uIN eel .M cocks of charity .M
ttesr actovsty dieted. to tie "..,. *- Impel led br diva. charity th,y do of society to momma chased to .u*..i. duly aafeocurte .prauwworthy bail
toteorfrd relieve
(Ikmt kmf*.<* M "2 Car S. U, The mobil' aid to human
and .to pod to an Sf... to thwe of Naetf
XAftM and sMrtaJjratmi of me etswrilty wards *f the Apostle should echo Mhearts .1 needs of every kind art held la highest I) TW npniee M MM sec ,jl I rr
of theleanswal the haiiiihaH f the fart MiUyaH .
and they
the p' **traUsg prrfertsag .. flee to vie if I *. not pees the kooor by Ihe ( berth ((3)Al ). Hurt ia UM effort to infuse a i' )
aids tiereu,h the stNrtf of the aside all soaUre and all deredand the iMMXla W UM |.*...... ., CM *Sirri.a1 ,
Gspelii tr t, Ui. illftMre spiel unto the mesdeUty, nad' < la ;
Oatfpel I I. .HIM war their temporal cc- srHeiMe.. ad e* T ad all sl""4 r"' .the preoeat tune with law aVv itirouchMil" law ....). Tboy thouM eeawialy hid .....tu," of MM eofnm''u'
tasty efty bears wia+*e to Chrtrt and .1 I Peter 7 I '. and thereby they drame 'to ar e.. limes. new problems ..leeaial of snaee rapid ,fai ilities breemsassaiatce ( ) sniaaieaiary activity ttatrwn which. ere 1 live. la so ...-11I11I. ,it t,,' ar ]

pr.siM.a the sahetioo W me.. .to Chrwt are and rry serious Struts witt the brrwr ., the I hy' glvkH nMei.1 l er even |.irseanl. retamMttMJtly of the .laity thai It

are nmatatxig ha tad to a0>rmi eIM tare scrals>>g men greatly<< fasten. ......... It.. a duty a4 tenor. tor a''' ,
"it, to aceecelanre Cab The rhamy ., r.... -.klr U pwredf never he performed property >t.
bide the fowfcfeboos .. f efctg**. the moral <'*. with the knlMMM W Our entire ",. .. braise to rattans to God a part af the .
their state ., .We. K.e to IW .** ., nth to ..r hearts by the Holy. Iplrtebehasheagives In Hue" are .UM lady CM nn e tl) )
der and bumaa society. Ueaf. UM sarred ave greet<< ft iil.> tWo rkjofllaMe goal Wags .that they rereive freest lime swsouie of !lift* toward tike f t..
IW wrW sad Its rwctnt, they are toas"IR.IH. synod eariwtdy esherta II'.... activities aid ..McCtIIC .h*.. hornsesnore
raised by God to esertbe tbrlr .,..... enables the b.y nary to espress the I II i thswe Me Creator: of all Drop .BM that they losnptonnem UM l.m"", ,
eat* am re to hu own gifts W w 4- and uauverMl ,
uig .
bt to the' wttW lab leave. with. Uearr .ftrt of IW hU'4i to their Kvesre4tow<| -)ual Mrktty as She h. 'life with UM toettmosty at UM' A ., ;iII
Ugenve and .iearvdg-to be root dl1 rkarsl. awl
These Me eeernris *4 M .bore wlieee they week or ," :J' )
ef the Ipso ef Chrfot. sisMkg NIt .hoe. ef hum. asrioty end.
Jesus. to Hat ,... M doing what they ran to espia.a.defend and .
sKeutd .
lag poverty they reae* awl to all f-r* by MM genre h*. .... si a great .) s- !ttwir frrfeiaton er etwdy or ftle

2 TM Uy derive the right and Arty tots are wrier 4epreH bj the lark dirmperal and pr.5rty apply ntnettaaprtfinstles needs Wherever theca are WM1 .trr as '... and *. Onwrt d lain. sped their .laeasve .tune er hate t'ceea .

apo*.ete from INtr USMM CAN 1/It1IISJ aor tttlatH. by hear to Q* problems of eve era toarrwtfanre of Mod. and' e>_. rtottas ..*.. I. lii'. the apoeaatoto of sarrto4. arass>sa4 >M***"hip that they are more a'
abundance"- Cknet Hu .bin with) the mud ef the rfcwrh.I .. .. .. .... e4watkM.
Cfcns the head a crporatH isle knvOMg keg. vd cae. ........ M af ...... tojfortaate tore pave of betoaisi their. brethren
...... !Dory .have M ae) for wit OM /faclUfcii
(Cknel M dent Body ttrwg Balms empty wherever me new
? God
s plan ,toe tilt rM k thaisbonhf 'e Osrra eel cwt awtodr.Ckrtottoe .
and sxesa>ej 4 J by t Ike pw er *f he. honors 'ef Gal 1. 3li, but sk to please work together to renew a4 r oetaMly varyw .towel a wily iMssjaa late w are The laity fulfilled ibis ml.."Un ef live

Flay Upset (Jtrech leursmatjoa.: tttey God rather. that men' ever ready ,. afflicted w*.i irrtoms 4m.,... or .... ) Inilnsli. a" wives arernuymetors beech, to the world especially I by r.nfornWeg -
Ike order
peeled temporal
are as.gad lit lilt apoetoiate by the leave al Wag tar rhnrts sate '
T/wel rlinaetf Tbr are "* rtH4 for I t U, 31 11M to suffer {overtone All thugs wh.h make jp He ta. Hurfy should seek Sham ut faithor ..> n *"... ', Mores amt they become the light ef the work a*

the ")&1 t.'e.,ha4 aM live b&.j people eve lita't sake f Mat. i 1u they temporal order, camel"? the god in.'gs and 14 them. **>.:e then e'n great ail others i '-, r 1Io..6rv.l. they are UIRtF: : \:. page eight

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December and more develop organized forms In the Incorporated Into the! apostolate of the organization, these councils will be able start with the children's earliest education -
Eight The Florida: Catholic, Friday, 10,1963 coordination of In a special way however adolescents
international sphere Catholic international whole Church according to a right system to promote the mutual
will of relationships Indeed, union with various lay associations and enterprises and young persons should be imti-
the order the must seekin organizations more effectively and imbued with
temporal laity ated into the apostolate
their if the whom the Holy Spirit has assigned ((7))
achieve purpose groups comprising those
the light of faith loftier motives of action its spirit This formation must be perfected
them well their members His Church fct.( Acts 20. 28)) is an
Decree in their family, professional, cultural : as as to rule Councils of this type should be established throughout their whole l life in
of the Christian apostolate -
and social life and make them are more closely united to these inter essential element as far as possible also on the keeping with the demands of new responsibilities

known to others when the occasion national organizations. No various less necessary projects of is the cooperationamong apostolate parochial, interparochial, and Interdiocesan It is evident, therefore,

arises Doing this, they should be awareof Maintaining the proper relationshipto must be suitably directed by the level as well ai in the national or that those who have the obligation to

Continued from page seven the fact that they are cooperating with Church authorities ((5the) laity have which international sphere (8)). provide a Christian education also have

honesty In In their God the creator, redeemer, and sanctifier the right to found and control such associations hierarchy. the duty of providing formation for the

well II by practising that they attract all to the and are giving praise to Him ((6) and to Join those already Indeed the spirit of unity should be A special secretariate, moreover, apostolateIn .
dealings! so should be established at the Holy See for
fraternal charity
order that
line of the true and the good: and finallyto Finally, the laity should vivify their existing Yet the dispersion of efforts promoted in in the whole apostolate the service and promotion of the lay the family parents have the task
This resplendent
must be avoided happens when new be
the Church and to thrift. life with charity and express it as best associations and projects are promoted may of the Church, common goals may apostolate. It can serve as a wellequipped of training their children from childhood

They fulfill their mission also by fra they can In their works without a sufficient reason, or if antiquated be attained, and destructive rivalries center for communicating information on to recognize God's love for all men

ternal charity which presses them to They should all remember that they associations or methods are re- avoided For this there is need for mu about the various apostolic programs By example especially they should teach

stare in the living conditions, labors, can reach all men and contribute to the tained beyond their period of usefulness tual esteem among all the forms of the of the laity, promoting researchinto them little by little to be solicitous for the

sorrows. and aspirations of their brethren salvation of the whole world by public Nor Is it always fitting to transfer indiscriminately apostolate in the Church and, with due modern problems arising in this material and spiritual needs of their

with the result that the hearts of all worship and prayer as well as by penance forms of the apostolate that respect for the particular character of field, and assisting the hierarchy and neighbor.
works with its advice
about them are quietly prepared for the and voluntary acceptance of the have been used in one nation to other each organization, proper coordination laity In their apostolic -
movements and The whole family In Its common life
of Another and of life This Is most fitting since particular The various ,
workings saving grace req. labors hardships whereby nations ((7)). ((11
of the of the laity then, should be a sort of apprenticeship
IL: ite for the accomplishment of their they become like the suffering Christ (cf. activity in the Church requires harmonyand ects apostolate
task IS a full consciousness of their role 2 Cor. 4,10; Col. 1, 24)), 20. Many decades ago the laity In many apostolic cooperation on the part of throughout the world should also be represented for the apostolate
nations began to dedicate themselves Increasingly the the Belle in this secretariate and here
of clergy
society hereby they branches ,
1 In building up both
strive to perform their domestic, social, 17, There is a very urgent need for this to the apostolate: They grouped gious and the laity. clergy and Religious also are to cooperate Children must be educated, too la

duties with such Chris Individual apostolate in those regions themselves into various kinds of activities with the laity. such fashion that transcending the family
and professional
that their manner of acting where the freedom of the Church is seri and societies which, while maintain- 24 The hierarchy should promote the circle they may open their minds to

tian should generosity gradually penetrate the whole ously infringed. In these trying circumstances ing a closer union with the hierarchy, apostolate of the laity, provide it with %1. The quasi-common heritage of the both ecclesiastical and temporal communities

world of life and labor. the laity do what they can to pursued and continue to pursue goals spiritual principles and support( direct dospel; and the common duty of Christian They should be so involved in

take the place of Priests, risking their which are properly apostolic. Of these the conduct of this apostolate to the comm witness resulting from It recommend the local community of the parish that

This apostolate should reach out to freedom and sometimes their life to associations, or even among similar and n good of the Church, and attend to and frequently require the cooperation they will acquire a consciousness of

all wherever they may be encountered; teach Christian doctrine to those around older institutions, those are specially the preservation of doctrine and order of Catholics with other Christians being living and active members of

it should not exclude any spiritual or them, training them in a religious way of noteworthy which I followed different Indeed the lay apostolate admits of on the part of Individuals and communities the people of God Priests should focus

temporal benefit which they have the life and a Catholic way of thinking, lead methods of operation and yet produced different types of relationships with the within the Church, either In activities their attention on the formation of the

ability to confer True apostles, however, ing them to receive the sacraments frequently excellent results for Christ's kingdom. hierarchy in accordance with the various or In associations, la the national laity for the! apostolate in their cate-

are not content with this activity alone and developing in them piety, These societies were deservedly recommended forms and objects of this apostolate For or International field 49)< ). chetics, their ministry of the word, their

but endeavor to announce Christ to their especially Eucharistic devotion i (1)). and promoted by the Popes and in the Church there are many apostolic directions of souls, and in their other
Likewise human values not
neighbors by means of the spoken wordas While the sacred synod heartily thanks many Bishops, from whom they received undertakings which are established by call common for between pastoral services

well For there are many persons who God for continuing also in our times to the title of "Catholic Action," and were the free choice of the laity and regulated Infrequently cooperation

can hear the Gospel and recognize Christ raise up lay persons of heroic fortitude in often described as the collaboration of bv their prudent judgment The mission Christians pursuing apostolic aims and Schools, colleges. and other Catholic

only through the laity who live near the midst of persecutions, it embraces the laity in the apostolate of the hierarchy of the Church can be better accomplished those who do not profess Christ name educational institutions also have the
certain circumstances by under but acknowledge these values. duty to develop a Catholic sense and
them and
them with fatherly affection giatitudc. ((8)). in
takings of this kind, and therefore they By this dynamic and prudent cooperation apostolic activity in young persons If
Children also have their own apostolir Whether these forms of the apoMolafe recommended young people lack this formation either
aie frequently praised or (10)( ). which is of special importance
work to do. According to their ability The Individual apostolate has a special have the name of 'Catholic Action" or because they do not attend these schoolsor
b the hierarchy ((2)).
> in temporal activities the laity bear witness -
they are true living witnesses of Christ field in areas where Catholics are some other title, they exercise an apostolate because of any other reason, all the
Christ the !Saviour of the world
among their companions. few in number and widely dispersed.Here of
14. A vast field for the apostolate has the laity who engage In the apostolate In the combination and simultaneous name 'Catholic" unless It has obla'ned' as well as to the unity of the human and apostolic organizations attend to it.

opened up on the national and international only as individuals, whether for the possession of the following characteristics the consent of the lawful Church author family, Teachers and educators on the other

levels where the laity especially reasons already mentioned or for special : ity. VIFormation hand, who carry on a distinguished formof
reasons including those deriving also Chapter the of the laity by their
assist with their Christian wisdom a) The Immediate aim of organizations Certain forms of the apostolate of the
from their own professional activity, use vocation and office, should be equippedwith
In loyalty to their country and in fully gather into smaller groups for serious of this kind is the (Church apostolie lad are given explicit recognition by the for the that learning and pedagogical skill
aim that is, the evangelization and hierarchy, though in various ways
faithful fulfillment of their civic obligations conversation without any more that are needed for imparting such education
Because of the demands of the com
sanctification of men and the formationof apostolate
Catholics should feel themselves formal kind of establishment or organization effectively
them of the Church moreover,
good ,
a Christian conscience among mon
obliged to promote the true common so that an indication of the com
good. Thus they should make the weightof munity of the Church is always apparentto so that they can infuse the spirit of the ecclesiastical authority can select and 28. The apostolate can attain its maximum Likewise, lay groups and associations
Gospel into various communities and departments promote in a particular way some of the effectiveness only through a diver-
their opinion felt in order that civil others as a true witness of love In dedicated to the apostolate or other

authority may act with justice( and that this way, by giving spiritual help to one of life apostolic associations and project which sifted and thorough formation This is demanded supernatural goals. should carefully and

legislation may conform to moral pre another through friendship and the communicating b) Cooperating with the hierarchyin have an immediately spiritual purpose, not only by the continuous spirit assiduously promote formation for the

cepts and the common good. Catholics of the benefit of their experience their own way, the laity contribute the tlireby assuming in them a special responsibility ual and doctrinal progress of the lay person apostolate in keeping with their purposeand
various dispositions
Thus, making himself but also the accommodation
skilled in public affairs and adequately they are trained to overcome the benefit of their experience to, and assume by condition (41 Frequently these
enlightened in faith and Christian doc disadvantages: of excessively Isolated life responsibility for the direction of of the apostolate according to of his activity to circumstances groups are the ordinary vehicle for

trine should not refuse to administer and activity and to male\ their aposto- these organizations, the consideration of circumstances, the hierarchy j joins I varying according to the affairs, per harmonious formation for the apostolate

public affairs since by doing this in a late mOl productive the conditions in which the pastoral some particular form of it more Yet closely the sons, and duties involved inasmuch ai they provide doctrinal,

worthy manner they can both furth..rthe called to activity of the Church is to be conducted, with its own apostolic function of each This formation for the apostolate spiritual and practical formation. Their
18 The faithful are engage in proper nature and distmctiveness
common good and at the same time members meet in small with
bases have
and the elaboration and execution of the should rut those
and the
the apostolate as individuals in the vary apostolate must be preserved,
prepare the way for the Gospel. their associates. or friends, examine the
plan of things to be done. been slated and proclaimed by this mOlt
ing circumstances of their life They laity must not be deprived of the possibility methods and results of their apostolic ac

Catholics should try to cooperate with should remember, nevertheless, that c) The laity act together In the manner of acting on their own accord laarious holy council ether documents ((11.) hasty, and compare their daily way of

all men and women of good will\) to promote man is naturally social and that it has of an organic body so that the com \ Church document this procedure In addition to the formation which Is life with the Gospel.

whatever Is true, whatever just, pleased God to unite those who believe munity of the Church Is more fittingly of the hierarchy is called a man common for all: Christians. many formsof

whatever holy, whatever lovable (cf.I'hll. in Christ into the people of God (cf 1 symbolized and the apostolate renderedmore date. the apostolate demand also a specific. Formation of this type must be so

4. II.) They should hold discussions Peter 2, 5-101) and into one body (cf 1 effective and particular formation \because of the organized that it takes into account the

with them, excel them In prudence and Con 12, 12)). The group apostolate of Finally, the hierarchy entrusts to the variety of persons and circumstances whole lay apostolate, which must be
and initiate research social dl) Whether they offer themselves laity certain functions which are more
courtesy, on Christian believers\ then happily corresponds carried on not only among the organized
and public practices which should he Improved to a human and Christian need spontaneously or are invited to action closely connected with pastoral duties, 29 Since the laity share In their own groups themselves but also in all drctim

in line with the spirit of the and at the same time signifies the com and direct cooperation with the apostolate such as the teaching of Christian! doctrine way in the mission of the Church their stances throughout one's whole life. especially -

Gospel!. munion and unity of the Church in of the hierarchy, the laity function certain liturgical actions, and the apostolic formation Is specially characterued one's professional and social life.

Christ, who said, "Where two or three under the higher direction of the hierarchy care of souls. by the distinctively secular and

Among the signs of our times, the are gathered( together: in my name, there itself, and the latter can sanction Rv virtue of this minion the laity particular quality of the lay state and by Indeed everyone ihould diligently
of solidarity
irresistibly of all increasing peoples is sense especially noteworthy am 1 in the midst of them" (Matt. 18, this cooperation by an explicit mandate are fully subject I* higher: ecclesiastical its own form of the spiritual life. prepare himself for the apostolate this

It is a function of the lay apostolate 20)), Organizations in which, In the opinion control In the performance ef this work. The formation for the apostolate presupposes adulthood preparation bring the more urgent In

sedulously to promote this awareness For this reason the faithful should of I the hierarchy, the ensemble of thesecharacteristics A* regards works and institutions In a certain human and well- I

and to transform it into a sincere participate In the apostolate by way of Is realized, must be considered the temporal order, the role of the ecclesiastical rounded formation adapted to the natural For the advance of age brings with It

and genuine love of brotherhood Fur united effort ((2)). to be Catholic Action even though hierarchy Is to teach and au- abilities and conditions of each lay person a more open mind enabling each person I

thermore the laity should he aware of they take on various ,forms and titles Identically interpret the moral principlesto \Sellinformed about the modern to detect more readily the talents with '

the international field and of the questions They should be apostles both in their because of the needs of different regions be followed In temporal affairs Furthermore world the lay person should be a member which Good hal enriched his soul! and to

and solutions! doctrinal as well as family communities and In their parishesand and peoples they have the right to judge, of his own community and adjustedto exercise more effectively those chanim '

practical, which arise in this field, with dioceses which themselves expressthe ( after careful consideration of all related its culture which the Holy Spirit has bestowed on
The most holy council
nature of the recommends -
community apostolate,
special reference to developing nations him for the food of his brethren
as well as in the informal !groups which these associations which sure matters and consultation with experts, However' the lay person should team
they decide to form among themselves. ly answer the needs of the apostolate of whether, or not such works and institutions especially how to perform the mission 31 Xarkxis types of the apostolate demand .

All who work in or give help to foreign the Church among many peoples and conform to moral principles and of Christ and the Church by basing his also a specially suitable formation

nations must remember that relations The group apostolate Is very Impor countries, and invites the clergy and laity the right to decide what Is required for life on belief in the divine mystery of

among peoples should be a genuine tant also because the apostolate must working in them to develop the abovementioned the protection and promotion of values creation and redemption and by being a) In regard to the apostolate for

fraternal exchange in which each party often be performed by way of common characteristics to an ever of the supernatural order sensitive to the movement of the Holy evatf+lliuig and sanctifying' men, the

is at the same time a giver and a receiver activity in both the Church communitiesand greater degree and to cooperate at all of and Spirit who gives life to the people of laity, must be specially formed to en

Travelers, whether their interest the various spheres For the associations times with all other forms of the apostolate 25 Bishops Priests, pastors both branches parishes of, the God and who urges all to love God the age in conversation with others, believers
is international affairs, business! or leisure established for carrying on the in a fraternal manner In the l'hlln h. mind that the Father at well as the world and men in or nonbelievers, la order to
should in right
apostolate in common sustain tht'irmpmbl'u clergy keep manifest Chrut message to all men
remember that they are Him This formation should be deemedthe
21 All associations of the and duty to exercise this apostolate Is
intmerant heralds of Christ wherever form them for the apostolate, apostolattmust basis and condition for every successful 151.)
be due common to all the faithful, both clergy
and rightly organize and regulate( their given appieciation
they go and should act accordingly. also have apostolate. Since li our times different f
apostolic work so that much !better results and laity, and that the laity mu
Those, however, which the hierarchy their roles in building the Church .f materialism are spread fir and wide
IV can be expected than if each member own up In addition to spiritual formation, a
Chapter have praised or recommended as responsive should work even among CalMks.! the tails should
were to act on his own. <3)). For this reason they solid doctrinal Instruction in theology\
The various forms of U the needs of time and place, fraternally with the laity in and for the ethics and philosophy adjusted to differ lint only learn doctrlse mere diligently,

In the present circumstances, It I In or hiordtrd to he established as Church and take spec lal care of the lay emcee of age, status, and natural talents especially those mail *.1111! .kkk\ are

the apostolate quite necessary that, in the area of lay particularly urgent, must be held In highest persons In these apostolic works Is required The importance of general the lukjrrts It rtrvem, bet should

activity, the united and organized form esteem by Prints, Religious<< and Special, car should be taken to select culture along with practical and technical alp exhibit 1k.0hness.1( aa etaRfeliral
of the apostolate be strengthened In laity and promoted according lo each of life In contrast u all forms If
15 The laity can engage In their apostolic Priests who are capable promoting formation should also t b. kept in maleriallim. -
fart only the \ of Is capable one s ability. .
activity either as individuals or to. pooling resources particular forms of the apostolat. of the mind.
of fully achieving all the aims, of trained ill Thosewho
gether as members of various or Among these associations laity and are properly
groups moreover, bIn\ retard to the Christian
associations. the modern apostolate| and firmly protesting international are engaged: in this ministry represent To cultivate good human. relations, renewalM
its Interests ((31, Here it Is Important Catholics assocationi or groups of the hierarchy in their pastoral activity truly "human values mutt be fostered, t the temporal order the laity should

18. The individual apostolate, rowing that the apostolate encompasseven the must be specially appreciatedat by vutue of the minion they receive especially the art of living fraternallyand he listructed in the true meaning and

generously from its source in a truly the common attitudes and social present time from the hierarchy Always adhering cooperatingwith others and of stnkuig value of temporal things both la themselves

Christian life (cf. John 4, 14), is the origin conditions of those for whom it is designed 22, Deserving of special honor and commendation faithfully to the spirit and teaching up friendly conversation with them and in relation to ail the arms

and condition of the hole lay apostolate Otherwise those engaged( in the in the Church are those lay of the Church, they should promote proper of the human prrwxi They should be
Since fcrmatla fr the ,Ulif, .
even of the organized type, and it apostolate are often unable to !bear up people single or married who, devote relations between laity and hierarchy ., ap* trained in the ni>t via of thugs and the
caMRot r* Ut !I. merely theoretical. Iitmctlo .
admits of no substitute. under the pressure of public opinion or themselves with' professional experience, They should devote themselves to UHtrtvtions, attentive' a'
from tile brglmlic W their says to the common food In lute ,
of social wit'the
permanently or temporarily, to the life and an
Regardless of status, all lay persons nourishing spiritual Urmali the laity ih..M gradually sad prmciptes: of the moral and
of associations
(including those who have no opportunity 19, There Is a great variety of anocl-! service and their ac apoitolic attitude in the Catholic societin prudrMly !Irani how le ik' ., judge and teach*! of the Church u y"' r. shouJ'i
or possibility for collaboration in lions In the apostolale ((4)), Some set before tissues.' There Is a source of great Joy (for i entrusted to them; they should contribute d* alt things !II the UcM .f lakh at .rllat above all !learn tM principles and
the Church in the fact that there is counsel to the tM
associations) are called to this type of themselves the broad apostolic. pur. a their w is. apoMolic U develop 1M lm'r.*e tkrmtrlvrtaUn douses of the social doctrine so 1.
daily increase in the number
of and
apostolate and obliged to engage in It. pose of the Church; others aim to evangelize who their lay per activity of thru associations promote { wllk ethers Ikrwitk felif. therek become capbl .workiag for the de,
sons offer personal
This type of apostolate Is useful at all and sanctify in a special way. servke to their undertakings continuous entering Isle active If'ntl the tebfMneflt of this dertrwe to the best
apostolic' associations and activities with. the laity, lhe oe
times and places, but in certain circumstances Some purpose to infuse a Christian spirit dialogue : (Ckurrk |ttl. of their abUtty! ad of rightly apoKbx/
either within" the limits of their investigatewhich :
own na Priests should carefully
it is the only one appropriate Into the temporal order; others hear wit- the. um. prmnflet and
lion or in the international field or especially forms make apostolic activity. This formation always In nerd of CMctusions
and feasible. nets to Christ In a special way through to WdmAial rates l4))
works of and chanty. in Catholic mission communitiesand more fruitful They should promote the Improvement became' of the lacreattng

There are many forms of the postulate mercy in regions where the Church has only spirit of unity within, the association as maturity of the human person and the ei tore the weeks of chanty act

whereby the laity build up the \mong these asmwlutions. these recently been implanted well as between it and others. proliferation of problems, regions an mercy express tae moot striking feel

Church, sanctify the world, and give it which promote and encourage flour The pastors of the Church should ever deeper knowledge and planned activiiy merry of the. Chrobai laTe apnttoU.
with the
life In Christ unity between the concrete life of the gladly and gratefully welcome these! lay t'inally.! in keeping spirit In the fulfillment of all the demands formation should lead .1M to she
their societies, Religious
members and their faith must be give persons and make sure that the demandsof and norms of : of formation the unity and integrity formance of the,. weeks so that the
A particular form of the Individual Brothers and Sisters should value the
primary conUdcrallonisoclallons are justice. equity and charity relativeto of the human person meet b* fatitftt! may lean from eniWiood
apostolate as well as a sign: specially works of the laity and writing' og n
( not ends unto themselves; rather they their status be satisfied to the fullestextent apostolic kept In mind at an times so that his have pomyot.n fer theft brethren *
suited to our times Is the of themselves to lay ti'
testimony promoting
should sane the million of the Church U particularly as regards proper ly harmony and balance may be ie- lo be generous" m helping! hoe ta
whole life should also a.eed
the lay arising from faith enterprises ill) They striveto
the world support for them and their families guarded and enhanced.In (1..
hope, and charity. It manifests Christ They should also take care to support, uphold, and fulfill priestly

living in those who believe In Him, Then Their apostolic dynamism depends on these lay people the providefor formation functions this way the lay person engages 32. There are maas ads fer lay persort

by the apostolate of the spoken and written their conformity with the goals of the necessary himself wholly and actnelr .ui the realk. dne4I'd tfco! apMMate. aaneu

word, which is utterly necessary under Church as well as on the Christian wit spiritual consolation, and incentive 26 In dioceses In so far which as possible assist ty of the temporal order and effectively' -..... CMfret, ...,..* rwoilec studs
sJwuM b councils
certain circumstances, lay people nets and evangelical spirit of every Chapter V there work* of the Church eitherin assumes his rei. in conducting the af bolt spntaal eterrwM. frts, .nt meet.

announce Christ, explain and spread His member and of the"whole, association the apoMolic sanctification fairs. of this order At the same tome, ana sags, conferences, books. and" periodical.
teaching In accordance with one's status the field of angeltiabon living member and witness of UChurch directed toward till .
:Now, In'It'W of the progress of social External relationships or in the charitable, social. or a'genitio ,(
be renders the ClMrsrk
and ability and faithfully profess It. presentand deeper bIN,. of sacred ,
institutions and the fast and here it Is fitting that
moving paceof other spheres active in the midst of temporal affairs and Catholic doctrine,
Furthermore in collaborating at modern society, the global nature of 23 Whether the lay apoitolale Is exercised the clergy and Religious should cooperate 3)) of spjntnal' We the the novininmen1
of this world in whatever the Church that the faithful individuals While the d-scerame e{
citizens pertains mission requires apostolic by at or as with the laity: preserving

to the upbuilding and conducting of enterprises of Catholics should more members of organizations, it should b* proper character and autonomy of each 30 The trauung! for the apostolate should COl>CU-$, pat* tia*

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Nine The Florida Catholic Friday> 10, If 65

Council's Decree on the Apostolate of the LaityContinued

I Cites challenge in choiceof

from page eight Furthermore centers of documentationand and they should respond to It eagerly

study not only In theology but also and
world condition and the d business
*e very and, for
in career
anthropology, psychology, iceWegy,
development: of suitable methods ((1)). and methodology should be established Through this holy synod the Lord

Then aids In formation take Into for all sleds 01 the apostolate for the bettor renews Ills imitation le all 'the laity to CHICAGO (NO)-A group of bunineia school deans

development) of the natural capaci. come closer to Him every day recog- and business executive have voiced concern here at the
confidential the various of the
types alzlng that what is His Is else their
ties of the laity-men and women, young own Image of buaincM aa "dull dreary
unereUv work" and
poitoUU In the milieu where it Is exeocited. and adults.Exhortation. (Phil 2, 1)), I* associate themselves with
persona buainoM
appealed to
Him in Ills sating mhilon. men educaton to communicate

the challenge. an4 excitement o( & business career toyuung
For olds purpose also centers er Once again lie sends them Into every J't'OPH'.

higher !institutes hive been erected, and town and place where lie will come (el. A panel and a group ef 40 to present Its true face at athallf'lIllnl

they hive already proved highly succeisful. U. The mOlt holy council then, earnett- Luke 10, 1)) so that they may show that employers and managers met nr.rr./I

from Cuba ly entreats all the laity m the Lord to answer they are coworkers in the \arious forms at the Merchandise Mart to Father Raymond Blum-

The moil holy council rejoices over gladly, nobly, and promptly the and modes of the one apoitolate of the discuss why increasing num. hart 8 J., dean of the Loyola
Unit Church which mutt be
Cuban constantly adapted
refuse to ben of
register college
with Catholic graduates are University school of business
projects of this kind
are already more urgent Invitation of Christ In this to the pew needs of our times Ever
Services-NCWC after arrival on the fov flourishing in certain areas, and it de hour and the impulse of the Holy Spirit productive as they should be in the work apparently rejecting businessas administration, said he has

eminent sponsored airlift plane on December 1 sires that they may be promoted alto in Younger!: persons should feel that this of the Lord they know that their labor a career. The meeting found that "a business career

wta Barbara Soveych who will Join relatlvea In other area where they may be needed. call has been directed to them especially in Him is not in \ain (let, 1 Cor. 1), 58)). w as sponsored of the by national the Chicagochapter con Is unattractive students to many eoilege .

the Bronx New York. Standing are Donald Hotel Including a

asebtant director NCWC Department of IramU Footnotes i i-tf. in mi, niMiiiH" fee a, INK tut M PIMJ ."... tilict. Terence of Christian employ majority of the hrlfhUit."
H 4M-in. eiM ..." en and managers, In cooperation Richard Thaln, associate
INTMMCTIMlll 11504514 "iiiwn .
ration, who came to Miami for Inauguration of ,-4:,. em III MlMttiM. M luttrt, .ta. ,.*. .. mil ISM HIM Led N
"... ,, {IM n. IM III.l1.ll. with the management dean of students
)|M Hill. WUHI MtltllttiM ( I'nlvenlty
( UM,5,0' IlKttntl W4 111. IMIMIM w In ......, t.H III, .
airlift; and Hugh McLoone director of the Miami *N. It, mil 111., ce (1MD M IH II OMIII) M. 411-4411, lUt HI. II (mill) H. Illi' .. $4.1CI. education center of the national of Chicago school of builnnsadministration
Office of CRS.1CWC.Refugees l-ll. IMIM IMilH CMMll, lit**'* iMItlttt'M' M Mini II, IMi *.|, II ((1M1 Hi n 11 M, .... M, IIM IIM tl ,lit Itinl.....5553.55.4.55 tf Ml lllMll. M...,lit ',11I''. conference
: kiln n tM ee.a.111 if i 111. li (tall M. I. M' UMM.lrt M Imitnm 11.10.5 II, ill*) said I there
N ft i If. III* IwlttlMiM N ttt IArtl5L M Mi 000. l. Hi. III. II (IUI) 10. lihlM.l'l .
M tilt N ,n.Mil, If. ._ InOMtltt, M iM'tl. 0c0.N ii, MtitiMti,. "(mi, iMMHii", in It ..l. HiICI. John A. Barr dean of the was cause for "both" pride
from Cuba arrivein ......""... ill N (IIM) H 141111' tt. iMttt M niHI *. .... lilt. III, ,..'. ........, lit I, IMIi, III. '.n III lllMltlM'' It It* MINI IMMltlH If Northwestern and alarm as we see that
IMMIIKI ...... ,....... ....,. University
111 II 1'.11" Ntlli 01 M fw- U f''I. Mil, ma. H MWMIII. M IM IMM.IIW, M IMMiMll hTMt "| | HI 54,55N IM l .. IMMtillim of the students who
toil iMm it lutaii, eN It. II. II rt, /liniril, M M IM .IIUWtiMt WiM I* 0.114IY I|MI tl * tfcntlM IrttH-M. M*. 1 I. ft el. Mm M HillMMT ,..".... ...,. N. IMIi, 111.1 IMII, | Ull M.., UMm Iwo DllMM CMMll, iHMtll. CMrtlMlM tl are not choosing business for
U.S. Ittlfltl .> ...., tm. It tl, 4t| MM,4 M flltltlf if fMtliti, w 0.14..4.. .... font u h... lttII Mt *H,. If IM ......, M. Ill III. II 05554) M president and chairman of .
by daily airlift lift Ml MWllttT, M I IMI I a.. 41 (IIMI") r III, IM. ChiMMI ,..,. Hi* W 01 the "board ef Montgomery a career are often selecting
l-Cf e.. III. iiutitiw .f tirtiMh. M t14, Ull If IMIi 111. II IMII I. 41 ,... 11111. .tTfli.ll, l-ll e,4 III.' MIlttlM" HlWIIliM, ".IIt.11. ... -llll..," ether careers of service and
HIM ntti it 111. M| Liar "Mlttr. II $.|...." Mi, ,.. Itlli ll | (imn) H 4rt lit ltL li IMIi I i I. II IIM4I I. M*: Ward and Company said
311AM1NC.J( ) pew chapter In the story of Cuba'srefugees 14 ul.r1. u41 n, mi, in. .i (inn i. NLpelrttl .- r,4 s11 4/1144 "104514' .MtUM," 104 5 '- Itlltl lllilN..". CMMll, SlI'M M tM. hMllliM "builneii has I reiponilhllltj contribution to society.
I IMI 111 41 (lag) | III. *t MlliMt l.M, I.
was written here aa the fint flight of an unprecedented lit*,* |l '- tm III M liiHiiti. It IM mitiiiM if vtaltftIf I""" Hi1Cl
government- airlift ,-a.a II" MCpllul ..5".. iHkUM.. 111. 11 t>t III. returned last
Lay apostolate
[ L N Itrt M. '04$. III. ll pMI | Ml.I1H i M I.It normsffactivtt ORLANDOWINTER
week n'CJnuoa; With TOpertona : 111IC' 41"110,441/ Matt, Me511N tMq.M41 Nt41 IIlCt .- ein II', HcMlRil "'-It Itiln," Mill N,
united shortly with their families NowM. I4 NIn5, .. u 440. II (1'1 5. iii It PlM I. lIlMtlltl It lllMMiM If frtMlIHMIM IMi III N (IIIH) ... Mill.IrtBI. June 29661'ATICAV
aboard.Reminlscent 15511 M MtJ, IraH|. Ml Move. Mt II, IM4 Ill
of in New York Chicago M4r I. III II IIMI Ml N rNM. *. l-ll IIM. Illll, tWMlWll '...Itf tl ....".." Hit CITY (NC-The) PARK"Our
similar ar Los Angeles Santa Monica 1-e.M./,1,55,1 w4L454Ktaaal5 .- em I". HIM > IM *.".) Intmi* .. Int.IM II IMP. III. H ($IMl) n IM44I. H IMMI ,itmIttMll .
rivals between 1961 and 19M, 4-K. IM, W II, I ,li.It If MMkttl., ltM.., M It nilrll. II IM llHCMitlIf IHIM N llMHtllB, ... Ill 111. II |11t1'1< l| juridical norms of the decreeon
Hollywood, Denver Cam ** to11. |""..,.. IM| tktlltlM .WHl>. Mtf 14 IMIi III.N III"
the recent night had one bridge Passaic and in West '- MeW ."". M CM. (MftlMlM W IM tarp, HMD I Mil Mill IMIMII tl 'MM IkiMlM., mtHI, 11-" IMM* .".... ItMHll, .._ M 1._.'.*. MIII the lay apostolate( promulgated
marked difference-the new |... I, ... Ill 111. M fllHI ... Ill 4111a I'tlUlh iMt 5 ltM 111. II (IM| H. MMI, III II (IMI) | IM 11)1 Cf IHWIW' ...",,.." FUwwi My It for yvH
Virginia cities-In plenty of |MM tit.M '_'. ........ (..,>MiM, MMt Me. II M Mi tare N IM e....., M. Hi III. II (IMI) H. by Tope raul1 on November
refugees<< have homes await- tune for kriv* ye IM ....., M II. "15. II $''It&I .. HiM .-'t. ttt.' ii Mtninil,. "*M........ AIM" Mir 11, IINimrTii 11 BLOSSOM TIMEFLORIST
Chriitmas. will become
leg them in cities a happy till. .... 44411 *>l *. ..-.,. tin in H (1'1'| M, mm WI i effective
throughout r-II.* M. M I. Mi ... CM ... N, ..<, I* MILiMffll ,,,.... I4l IHMl. Mi next June 20 Archbishop
the United States with relative Officials estimate that by III H-M HM Illll I tWflllMl" 'HiUf .. MHIHrf' Mlf t-II. IXMf tllllN IMMH,. |l|.lllt IMIIIMIM MMl ,
who fled the Castro Christmas tae 4000 ref 4140 0. a mil; til. M0 IMI1 pt. .. *. UMlt* MIN Clml. ItoM 5/W1,1/5 5/11045)( reticle Fellrl, secretary general nil S. Or.*4 e llw.M Tr.42M7H ,
rejime tome (-( ... n, Hcnmii .ft! IIMMM. n. tome time ago ogees in category A, which 111.eeuses.. | It*. tm III. twHWri ",..., ewifMMM. M.." III IN/IhOL1/1IN10N4155,51,14.(' 'MILUN of the Second Vatican
It'U.. II $iw., 10. HI4O. I-CI. em III iiin'. .litt M IM hnl tmttiiM if 'ItfM. .tw. M 4
Only It of the new arrivals includes parents of anaccempanlrd lrt... ll ItVtltllltl III MtiMI M IM HtMliM tl IK .>.. IHMK N... (Council has told the council
will remain in Miami with Cuban rhlldrei In the l-(' |M till, 4MKIHII 'lOM MWMIII. Npi Him, III II IMU I IL M tNt) | lit. l-ll em I || IM tM Mmulitwil In
toiled *HI, | 111!: Iw II MnllMl "HM'lltllM MHJI Irt.... HiI IIMII 544'/1L Im I, :mi... III 44 (IIUI H I'I MiItM I Fathers. Duck Inn
relatives. Others till be re States and those with I I. fa |IIMq'| '4 e>W IIL. tW4 MM** 41.40, .Cl em HI intniiM" I. tM IKH ittTtitM, tlMm'iM Illll. iMftlnil' MUM. M Nnnlri' Mil II IMIi.
ether rrlathrs here, will be IMIi 1. M (IMI) I. Ml.M ,.._'.. 05 11.455 4 tot rr04040 ttt HIM bull | IH
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established branch /- 0 .!, M 44U *.f. em III. t"M-. 14 IM "M lll If IM lilt ll. IMP ill. M |pal| i 4M.ItHl. CO. N41MN,5LMIWHEN
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center at Opa Lock where Wit II I MIIMTIM I ) WIN. IM e,5vM0 I. IIHI.U (nun MI* 11. .-If tiM III HlUllttl,. ",.".. MllllM' Hit. I, ....,..,.. 141
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refugees, including warm infe1M tt IM mmltl. lilttN II .'|...,.., *... II em III IIIMltlM K tM MCKUl) t* ,
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within 41 hour of their arrival ... HI. 14 ((1HIII) M MIH| MM Illll .'IIM. In ,.. IM. 111 55(1.415 Ml II DM Km III.' IkiMttm 504,4'.45514 II, lltli, M 41411.lltHl |M| Hill Ml |MM |tt<"
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I Te,. The" Florida Catholic, Friday, December 10 IDfiS

Pope stresses Church's a .r

I 0 r f

study of modern world ,aRp

(cal.wMN MI* m) from all over the world, and placed In the walls of a

role and her pastoral government the thousands of others gathered church to be built in commemoration

have, by reason of the in the basilica for the of the council

council's solemnity, assumed historic event. and to be dedicated to Mary, t per .. -. r eS.

greater splendor and vigor! ; On the next day, the feast Mother of the Church.

the idea of service has been of the Immaculate Conception Before the ceremonies concluded

central" the Bishops again assembled the Pope consigned

More than; 2000 Bishops in the Vatican. This a series of special messages

Hearing, white miters and time, however, they gatheredin connected with those who had

copes sat In the tiers of scats the Vatican Palace first taken part in the council. All

lining the enormous nave of and vested in copes and present chanted the Credo in ,

the basilica They Joined in miters Latin after which the decree

the prayers and hymns duringthe Then they proceeded in a closing the Second Vatican .

concelebrated Mass at the procession from the Vatican Council was read.

basilica's high altar where Palace, down the staircase to The ceremony concludedwith

Pope Paul presided the great expanse above the the Sistine Choir intoning

As in past public sessions, stairs In front of St. Peter's a Te Deum in which

officials of the council read where new banks of seats had Bishops special guests and Council Fathers at promulgation ,.1

the opening and closing para been set up for them Special thousands of Priests Sisters
graphs of the four separate delegations were given places and seminarians joined. The Second Vatican Council has closed assembly of Catholic Bishops approved and of the Immaculate Conception and anniversary

schemas To read the entire of honor near the altar, while Then suddenly it was over bringing an end to such scenes as this Pope Paul VI promulgated council documents of the opening the last previous ecu.menical

documents would have required the diplomatic corps and The Second Vatican Ecumenical which probably won't be repeated for many Formal cloning. ceremonies took placeat council on December 8, 1869. I

a dozen hours. Then other distinguished visitors Council was history. years to come On this occasion the world St Peter's basilica on December 8, feast

the assembled Bishops voted were seated atop the great

once more-In a ceremonythat stone arcades that encircle Council

was more of a formality St. Peter's square Thousandsand roundup

than a really practical procedure thousands of other people Father Thein offers Massat

were in the square itself

With the results of the votes In the event of bad weather Successful conclusion reached

announced, the Pope solemnly alternate arrangements had his mother's funeral

ratified and promulgated been made to hold the closing

the four documents. It was at ceremony inside St Peter's, VAT ICAS CITY (NC) -- The Second Vatican Connoted judice to the other ends of rites be omitted. To omit t'FWIC61.F; ;}', Pennsjlvanla Yesterday Father
that moment that they became but because of its limited accommodations -
acts of the council. it meant that cil's last' working meeting v' overwhelming approval marriage!: these references, Archbishop Charles T. Them of St. Margaret Mary pariah In Winter

The documents were thoseon thousands of ticket holders of a document that officially.sets the seal on the Church's Archbishop Garrone reported Marty said, would have beena Park laid to rest his mother, Mrs. Marie Smith Them, 79,

religious liberty, the missions for the outside ceremony vpiritual involvement with the) problems of the world to- that some Fathers had substantial change in a text who died here December 5
asked for practical conclu, already approved in general. all born at Edgeworth.: near
the priestly life and could not be admitted to the day. after a brief illness
It would also have been con Sew' Ickley.
ministry, and the Church in largest church in Christendom Among the most ant events of the day was lions with reference to birth Father Them offered the
control But he said that since trary to the tone of a universal Mrs Theirs 'was born at
the modern world. the reading of an apostolic constitution issued by Pope several of these questions are decree which must be Requiem High Mass in St Ballyjamesduff County Ca-

With their promulgation the Pope Paul celebrated Massat Paul VI establishing' now reserved to Pope Paul valid for Priests of all rites. James Church, Sewickley, and van She was a charter member -

agenda: of the council alter an altar In the center of extraordinary jubilee to gates was read to the council VI. the council did not Intend He also noted that referenceto other members of the family of the St. James Church

four long and laborious years the assembled Bishops, and commemorate the successful Fathers by Archbishop Perl- to take up the matter. married Priests' special present rre his father, Andrew Woman's Guild in Sewickley

officially ended all present recited the re conclusion of the coun cle )Pellet the council's secretary duties in marriage have been F. Them, a native of and a lift member of the Altar .

sponses.At cil. general On war omitted, since these duties Sewickley Heights; a brother Society and the League of
At Its conclusion! ( the Holy peace, apply to all married people.As and sister Regis Them and the Sacred Heart Father

Father imparted his blessingto the end of the Mass, On Monday Council fathers In the letter the observers The Archbishop reportedthat for the reasons for Miss Elizabeth W. Them of Them as in Pennsylvania recently .

all-Bishops, auditors observers Pope Paul delivered a final approved the last item on the paid warm tribute to IhrC'ouncll'l the section fin total war celibacy among Priests of the E dr' worth Pennsylvania; and gave his mother

the almost 80 specialrepresentatives discourse and then blessed a council agenda, the schemaon work and to the had been revised so as to Latin rite Archbishop Marty and a sister Mrs Helen C, the last rites before lie returned
from nation. foundation stone which will be the Church in the modern friendship and esteem that Elder of West Palm Beach
had been shown to them during make explicit mention of the said no change In the document Winter Park
world, by a vote of 2111 to
The Mass was at 10 a m.
231: Eleven cast null votes.A Its four )earn of existence right!: of self defense. has been made except He received ward of her

Jubilee centered in total of 2.173 Fathers wereIn The Fngush: .language bulletin to the reorder reasons.the presentation of brother Four grandchildren and sister also and mourn her death last Sunday morning,
I St Peter's basilica for the : and flew to Penaij I Ivanla
the deceased The sister of
13's sections
on "In the dealing!
historic vote, the highest attendance passage first place Is now givento right away
Mrs. Thein is Mrs Catherine
marriage and war also drew with the condemnation of consecrationto
dioceses the
individual during the fourth the most demands for change warfare, special attention (hrlst which verified In Smith of Atlantic City and the All the family gathered: far
session of the
council. When in the redrafting of the ecumenical should be paid to theI ord'I brother is Larry Smith of the funeral during the week,
(C.."...< ftt. tlfl ..") from all private vows, Including voting results were announced council's enormous indiscriminately The text a new and special way County Cavan Ireland. Burial was in the ccmeterv
hearing confessions the fol.lowing those reserved to the sustained and enthusiastic through celibacy St James Church
document on the role of the makes no pretense at enterIng Father Theln's parents at Stwtck-

I faculties which they Apostolic See, by commuting applause broke out. Church in the modern world. into casuistry or trying Secondly, there Is the fur. celebrated their golden wedding IfY.Interreligious.
may use only during the time them according to the cir> With the final passage of
A report on the revisions to determine what may be (her consideration which c anniversary In the
we have mentioned, in the cum stances of the case, to the schema on the Church' in rests the value of
made In the more than 2'iOno.( lawful positively in concrete on celibacyas spring of 14 the same )ear
and in
forum of conscience other arts of penance or the modern ,,world the agendaof word document was given by circumstances, especially in a symbol and witness.At that Father Thein was *r.
sacramental confession. Thus
works of piety provided that the council was completed the December I session,
Archbishop Gabriel! Garrone extreme catS dalned U the Priesthood for friendships in
r confessors can: the prior rights: of others are The of Toulouse gold.plated rings, the gift of
Absolve from all censures following day at aplenary France duringthe "From the discussion *f the )Diocese tf SI. Augmllne.He .
not thereby prejudicedMoreover
meeting In St. Peter'sthe council's general meetingon the Pope ta the )Fathers were
and ecclesiastical penalties the arms rare, all\ references
during this timeof Fathers and the Pope Thursday of last week dutrlbuted and his brother and sisters Algeria noted
any penitent who has propitiation we grant a voted Archbishop Garrone's report have been eliminated which The rings,;: adjustable to Including, the late Mrs
knowingly: professed in some 'plenary indulgence' to all the formally once again on might: seem offensive I I. particular Ann Marie Thein Kane ,tl I.r.Itr.I'l'rl.: | (NC) -
the four diKiiinenls before was largely devoted to ex1- any sire of finger, are shapedsomewhat were
outward form heretical, schismatic faithful without distinction, nations, Ion Cardinal Iu\al of Algiers
(hem the schemas on the plaining the commission's decisions like a miter and
or atheistic doctrines, cleansed in predicted that his fe ,>wcountrymen
who after being
he be liurrh In the modern world, A section dealing with conscientious bear the Images of Christ! Jubilee to spread
provided sincerely sorry the sacrament of penance andnourlshl'd Peter and Paul They are would give the
on the missions, on religious objectors remains
and in the of theconfessor "speediest and
presence Communion most enthusiastic
detestationof by Holy liberty and on priestly life On missionsThe in the text, Archbishop Gar- very simple In design and knowledge of council .
express for intentions response to the PI' Jmenical
offer our
prayers and ministry Then they wereformally none said, but it has been were a present to Pope Paul '
of his errors and promise to : from an admirer in Hulas \ .\TIC.\\ CITY (NCIAt coum il t call for dia.
modified somewhat
repair any scandal he may "1-As often as 'either' they approved and promulgated results of seven votes The also his last regular Sunday noon logue between 'Im'Laft. and
Italy. Bishops
by the Pope. The text now does not discuss
I have given.: The confessor is taken! at the previous general non-Chrurtran religions
be present, on at least three silver medals from the city meeting with crowds in 51.rt'lrr' .
the of
objective morality
to impose a suitable and at of With these formal meeting on the schema on before the end
occasions, explanations Square
ceremonies conscientious objection and of Borne, each Inscribed with Sled dialogue will flaurl.hespecially
salutary penance and to recommend the decrees of the Second the last acts of the missions were released Ml the particular Bishop's name. of the Sl'nd'atK'I" Council,
.t.hemall.cllonl dues not declare that then is well I 1e .\lgerla tM'otallll'
the frequent recep.lion Vatican Ecumenical: Council, council became part of the approved by Announcements read rope Paul M explained that
overwhelming a right to refuse to bear arms.It the sincere friendship
of the sacraments majorities j
or at sermons preached on the official history of the Church. concerning the forthcoming/ the jubilee he has declaredfor between, '
Absolve from censures Among them was one whih, states only that it is proper Muslims and (11rla"I.
occasion of minion 'or' they the sit months
a followingthe
The next to last working millenium (ceremonies in Poland lass has
that provision In a human relnftrred by
and ecclesiastical! penalties modifying a proposal "
attend the sacrificeof
devoutly session of the Council voted! of the council aims chiefly at
way be made for such cases. a copy sufferings endured In rtnvmot
those who knowingly have to reorganize completely theCongrl'g.tlon
the Mass celebrated with spreading a knowledge of thecouncil'
overwhelming approval of of Our Lady of Czestnchowa "
Monsignor Mark J, Hurley Cardinal Duvil declar
read or retained without the the Propagation -
some solemnity by a Bishopin the first part of the document to each Father In decisions and apply-
was given
vice chancellor of the San ed In a UlevlsUn Interview.'Many .
permission, books of the Faith, still provides "
necessary cathedral church them
a lag
on the Church in the modem the name of Stefan Cardinal
Francisco archdiocese,
written by apostates hereticsor for more active participation -
: ,
2-Once only, if within thesame \ Muslims have
schismatics propounding arId, laying down the dllection In the congregation'sdecisions the U S. Bishops' press panel \Sviiynikl and of the Iv Before reciting the Angelus expretted -
prescribed time they the Church will take that the former wording of ternational Eucharistic Congress December S with the crowdhe approval| the > ,> .nctl -
and promoting apostasy, heresy by those most interested '
visit a cathedral church and in facing!! the great problems this section conscientious to be celebrated in Mid: s declaration on t\ eChurch's
or schism, or other books or Involved in providing OR
there renew their profession confronting it and the worldin objection included the observation Bogota Colombia. In JN\I.! "MHt beloved\ sires, the relations w ih, r"n-
forbidden, by name by missionaries and funds
letters. apostolic of faith using any legitimate: which it exists for missions that such a position is Manuel Cardinal GoncaKei ecumenical council will end Christian. religions" he rr'

formula During!! the general meeting, often taken! "from religious Cerejeira of IJsbon Invitedall this week YVe must pray to ate said "Tht'noted <>'at 'ttreferences

"The confessor Is to Impose \\e also willingly grant the December 4, 12 voles on the Copies of the complete motives This phrase has council Fathers ta attend our Lady that it may end well to their faith were
faculty to all Bishops to impart andI schema on the Church In the and the true to the of I",
a suitable and salutary penance complicated reach been removed, he said, with the 1967 Mark lotltal Congress that period which will spirit
and the once, on some convenient dllcumt'nllrre tsken modern world, together ith follow it well It Questioned abou1 tie
to warn penitent ing the effect( that the documentnow to be held in the Portuguese may begin
about the careful custody day within the same period, The results of only five of the notes for the first part of takes no stand on the capital and in Fatimaon in a period which concerns w Church position on c'.v i. al l

er destruction of such honks on the occasion of an !important these \'otrlrre available the document tre di.stnhut-I of conscientious! objection the SOt II anniversary of directly because the council Ism, racism, and war (a: !1'

celebration, the papal before the day's meeting adjourned ed, The Vatican J'ol lot morality thus this the apparition of Our Ladyof has been as a towing of teed Ml! Dvval said that he and a-v:
Absolve from censures blessing, with a 'plenary In Press had worked throughout leaving question .
Fatima in the field of the Church and other Bishop from AfrICa vad
and ecclesiastical penalties dulgence' attached, to he<< But! these five votes the night to ready the2Wpage open.In In the world and denounced ,
encompassed of the phrase, he When Archbishop Fetal now It is aquestion racism on the f Of
those who have joined a ma- gained by the faithful who volume When the place
the whole first chapter inserted used the word ultimam'iuihmatei of good cultivation et the councilII .
said, the commission has -
sonic organization or other with t the dispositions mentioned notes for the second part
of the \document hkh in effect and of
( i i to describe! Monday fructifying the If't'd"hK'h
societies of the same kind above, devoutly r'rivethe laYI'the theoreticalgroundwork were distributed at the December the words from motives of has been said that the teasel
s meeting. a mar applause sown
which plot against t the Church blessing: for the practicalconsiderations 4 meeting, the total of human conscience" was rrocripJe4 will I I the
: went
or against civil authority, provided that art Included number of pages rose to 4uo. The thrust! of the statementhas spontaneously up. M\ll IIr f n will weal l I 1. gain problem tf peace

that the penitent withdraws Christmas visit to In the second and Father Edward: Heaton\ thereby become analogous the betl p*.ilble knowledge'
completely from the CSC English: language to that of the religious German Bishops elect .. the roitrlUar tll'pMhlftllt "But the Church cannot
West Berlin permitted final chapter press document he said In eubstdutefnrth.po : heal:
liberty ,
organization or society and officer( of the council mid Cardinal Doepfner referring to etch toe of n.IV "
promises to repair and prevent HI:RUN |I\(,) Mrhbi hop Communism copies distributed that Th, demanding that states provide "jubilee' 1, kirk will k.. held powers he stated! I l' ::1 up
irs- 'legal Immunity" for P.ONN (IM'/-The German In inrm to i hAn,. 1''* a'ruI .
i it
In so far as he ran, any Alfred Bengsc, Bishop of day in the council hall after the council alms rkkfl,
were conscientious objectors in the Bishops in Home have electedJulius scandal or harm. Die confessor Berlin who has his residence fn effort to have the> council si recently off the rrr"1'1 Cardinal Pnrpfiwr of al spreading a ksaakdge.fShe y
is to Impose a grave and In communist-ruled Fast: Berlin condemn communism formally that they still smelled of glue civil sphere, regardless of the '''11'11'1 tI eclii os and ones
Munich the bead of the
salutary rename commensurate has been given permission and explicitly as advocated objective morality el such a ai .,,1,I., them' ....--.---. the gravity of the by the Reds to visit his faithful Fathers did pcwition. on which the\ council German Bishop conference .
by some Family lifeIn it was announced here I let M to Lady
has avoided decides pray our ,
offense l in West Berlin at Christ any
not succeed mainly becausethe
Cardinal Ooforfftf'r S' replaces Mother of Ute dmrth. that
". Release t the faithful mas time (December 25-27)).
commission had .
the> section dealing ith MinistryArchbishop 71 year old Joseph she, may always enlighten

revised the document included marriage: the comnm>,on Cardinal Fnngs of Cologne' and assist us and make usable NowMakesfAlSETlETH

a footnote calling attentionto tried to make its points Francois Martyof who retired because of ace In b* devoted sons of
"M I R-A-C L E" more holy 1\\\1 t\\ t \\ \\ 1\\\ \1.""
the previous condemnations understandable for modern Rheims. in a report' en and increasing blindness. C'hIutIl:'

lotionEspeclaly of communism by various minds The Important of the revisions of the schema
( f )
recommended aid the treatment for d; I'ulws| children and their I'dllun, on priestly life and ministry ,
*i *n in a
comfort due to dry", FUNGUS Infection of the line of moments the day's most whena 1mprush'e i I' explained at great l It.. m, sad sum Fathers bad suggested SCHOOLSAcademy (( up to 35% more '

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