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 24, 1965
Publication Date:
45 no. a year[<May 1, 1987-Feb. 6, 1997>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1939-]
50 no. a year[ FORMER <Mar. 26, 1982>-]
normalized irregular
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v. : ill. ; 44 cm.


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
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Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
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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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WASHINGTON (NC) An expanded role for the VOL. XXVII, No. 8 Orlando. .Florid.. ., Friday limber 21,19GS lee return to peace

National Catholic Welfare Conference In fostering the .

l social mission of the Church was predicted here at the

episcopal consecration of the NCW'Ci secretary. general. fly Father John P. Donnelly bloody. The number of combatants .
Bishop Paul F. Tanner. Ii VATICAN CITY (NC) "Wher Is peace! Where is on the Increase, as
In its last analysis, has at Its
is the number of victims and
Archbishop Karl J. Alterof creative and integrating element la the humanity and Christianity of Christmas? the piteous stream of refu

Cincinnati, expressingthe the Christian gospel" Tope Paul VI asked these questions December 19, gees. The danger: ot a vaster
"profound indebted. he said. from his apartment window overlooking; St. Peter'ssquare conflagration is increasing as
ness" of the United States "If we ask ourselves what in a message of greeting; to the ,,world during hi. well."

hierarchy to Bishop Tan Is the ultimate source of our regular Sunday audience, before Christmas Before ending with the customary
nero said "an ever widening ideas in respect to the innate He expressed the hope that at least the proposal for recitation of the noon

area of action will open up dignity of the human person a Christmas truce in Viet Nam would bring that temporary Angelus, the Pope added a
for the NCWC." the sanctity and inviolability 0 cease-fire. prayer to his Christina
of human life, the social function House spokesman said the wishes:
Archbishop Alter also praised of property, the rights of "We have heard reports of nest day that President !.>n-
the conference's past labor; and then if we explore r negotiations to resolve" the don B. Johnson shared Pope "That Mary, with Christ( the
achievements "If the Church further the origin of our ideas conflict In Viet Nam, he Paul's hope for ending the center at Christmas, might
in the United State has exercised and attItudes toward mar ssid. "We are aware of certain Vietnamese war He said Mr. show m clearly her role ai
any influence in guidingthe rage. and the family towardpeace proposals for the truce Johnson "regards the Pope as mother and o.ueea ef peace"

social policies of our nation and war, toward race a ceaiefire at lead for the one of the great men of pesceand While still at the window for
toward a more Christian relations and the concept of blessed days of Christmas. believes his concern for the' Sunday blessing, the Pop
orientation and if public responsible and limited state And we know of many government pesce Is an indication that blessed a 20-foot! aluminum
opinion has been more favorably sovereignty we will find officials. eagerly looking must men throughout the statue of !St. Joseph( the Work
Inclined toward the the In the truths for ways to resolve the difficult "
answer resealed world! want peace man which had been broughtto
Church then a my large in the of Jesus dispute; JtutI, "know"
gospel (While reiterating the the plarza In a truck It li
of credit be '0ArthblthllP especially that millions of
measure must
assigned Christ.
j- American to the work of the hearts are trembling and suffering
Alter said that : to "talk unconditionally St. Michael In a suburb of
the return of
JSCWC he stated.Archbishop awaiting
In establishing the !NCUCmere any time the other Pittsburgh. St. Michael's U
Alter preachedthe thai 49 yean age the Il4'a'f'"Certainly we applaudthose side Is ready" the White popularly known ai the
sermon at the consecra I'.S. Bishops anticipated\ the who are conscientiouslydedicatee (House statement made no ".I"t'I"orkt'I'I' church."

Ilea eu December 21 ef Bishop social concerns of the Second to halting the menacing mention of Pope' Paul's plea
Tuner In the National. \aticaa Council conflict W* would hope for a ceasefire on Christ. Papal honorsfor
Shrine .f the Immaculate mall I
He expressed "deep situfaction" i that at least at leail'the!
Conception. r Though: Mi voice wa low
council's proposal for a truce could be
at the den
and determined when hespoke Priestsin
Archbishop Egidio: Vagnot- laration on "The Pastoral Duties accepted and put into effect so of war, and gale evidence
ri, apostolic delegate/: in the of Bishops" and called Its that Christmas might be forall of deep emotion behindit
United' States, officiated at statements on "the collegiate a day sanctified in peacel I Pope Paul began on a Miami
the consecration. The coconiterators action of Bishops an endorsement "j\', recommend It to the lighter note In addressing

were Archbishop of the pioneering wisdom and rompaislnn If the especially' large crowd of MI\MI Newly elevated
Patrick A. 0'80)1. of Washington efforts of our United States the responsible leaders.f Homans and tourists convening
mnnslgnnrl of the I>im-ese of
current chairman of hierarchy" further e' the desire
pre on the Kternal: City for Miami will be Invested In the
the NCWC administrate He pre licled an expanded that reflection and negotiation the hoililjvs.
of their honors on
board and Archbishop Wit- tote for the conference in the follow such a truce, and then "Helmed sons," he laid, Insignia 9 In the Cathedral of
ham K Cousins of Milwaukee future, "particularly In at !last( an. equilibrium concord "the word which May come January Miami. Bishop Coleman, )'.
Bishop Tanner's home respect to the expanded concept and "
peace to our lip for this weekly Carroll) of Miami will\ presideat
diocese of the Bishops'" collegiate" (In Washington a \\hit* message I I. one of greeting the 4 p.m ceremony
Archbishop Alter a member responsibility fur a happy ('hrl lnl" toyou Four papal chamberlain
of the NCVSC administrative "We foresee that the officeof Christmas Massin to the city of Home, to were elevated to the rank r>(
board for II yean, stressed Bishop Tanner will hate the entire Church' to the domestic pi elate and four
the impact of religion on primarily social dimension. whole world! other Priest of Miami were'
society as well as on the individual. Many other activities which workers'parishVATICAN "Me cannot however keep named papal chamberlain.
givt practical effect to the from the fact that our spirit,
i 'ITY (M'Forthe ) They areRight
"The inner spirit and driving teaching of the IO'1If11l.m engage third straight (Christina I* full of sadnei at all the ( Heverend, Montlgnor
force of our culture! are the full measure of hit divisions, struggle and antagonisms Robert W S Paul
Holy Night by Correggioseveral since his election Pope!
attention. Bishop Tanner will .
the product of a specific bodyof M has chosen t truth and practice which BISHOPS'I back page .. of and which Inarlou* Fitzpatrick, flight Reverend
-- --- -- Christmas Mass In one
Home's working class dii region prompt battle among Monslgnnr Dominic Rarry
trkts. people I *, Among Met I I. VietNam and High Reverend Mnrni-.

Father Keefe joins ranksof Concelebration set This year It U the suburb of a country very dear to ,nor Jame J Walsh, new
rtnrgata FlnVn! about five. us, who'h ha* III unique placeIn domestic prelate, and "'.rv

Pinollas Park miles smith cf the rite on theV'Ia civilisation. Reverend Monsignor' MichaelJ
by parish "The Viet Nam
Salaria, the old "salt war grows Fogarty.erv Reverend
diocesan Priesthood road," rmli. take its name more serious and more Montijnnr Franrls P Dunn,
PIM.I.I.AS: r.IUIr! 1 Heart feriiih will have from the lilt trade carried on Very Reverend Monslgnnr
roncelrbratrd High Mass for Midnight Ma. at Chrinlmas, between the ancient Homans Pop aMt victim of Iternard J MiOrenehan; and

KOMK: Korty-nine American! seminarian study. diocesan Priests'd Father James F. Jkwklrr, pastor ha. reported. "We are and the Rabin tribes. Very Reverend Monsignor Josrj.h -
I leg st Rome's universities for various dioceses in the ] while attending the the first parish church to our knowledge In Florid to The Mane was avheduled cyclone in E. Pakistan II. I)'Shea, new papal

United States were ordained to the Priesthood! here, December North' American < "liege have received thla i rrrnlfwion for thin ancient rite," he for I a m, about seven hours \ATICAV CITV (SM') chambrrlalns
18. Ore of Father ....I. went there in after the conclusion of the 1'eprs I'.ul'I tent both his! All of these Priest servedIn '
them Father Patrick Dennis Keefe 1I1d.
191\2 after studies m the t'mt- Andrews, diwesM music dl. midnight Ma* In the Sistine conrlnlrme* awl financial aid the Diocese of St. Augut-
is from the Diocese of St. ordination with the Keefes, ed Slate "leading la the Father Gtuctltr, she. Ispreetdeet ret.tor.The. (11'1"1| | the facie| traditionally to PakMan following the cyclone tine until Miami became a
Augustine Father Goodman and Father 1'1'"ttllrNld, of the dwuwsanIj aortal r'te' uf I'on'fl.. celebrates for the diplomat wh!< h took upward of Ducesehue of the/ newly

Father Keefe tabled\ his flat Kerfe are both nathe of He wee bun January X.1KM rttril (femmisakM. re- brat ..., which .hat been refruity iorp scrredite-il, to the llnlvSre ll.uu) live. In Fast: Pakistan honored Priests, "'on'Innl'
blessings to all in the Ptoret I'ofk County Florida In' I..k...., the ekieet quoted and received t h e retard In (lie I..aimIt .. ; Ids last ('hr Illn,.* Mass. Dnemlirr It U.He 'harm, I I' a brother of FatherJoseph
CIII the day of his ordination in In the family The new Priest .,. Church, is a Mane in was art for 11 s m oultlde sent a telegram of sym' Harry pastor of
St "fl.,'. Basilica! (VMmas Fte: and hrl.t- was graduated frees Winter privileged pfrmlsslen frem which. mMX IH.eM offer on the *tei* i>f M Peln, pafhy by the way of the papal, Resurrection parish In Jacksonville .

Bishop Francis Itch rector mas hay will he spent I I. Haven ll.h SchmM In leht ArrMrfehop Jinefh P. .Hurleyte Mess at the Mme time. at the weather |permitting, Internunciatur In Karachi ,
of the North American College Home ay the keel'" eh! Jell and attended the t'nrtersity' ef hate th+i ('heit naa Midnight same attar The Maws
where Father Keefe and H the new Print for hi I. or- Notre Dank ler a couple ef Mass a ec4eratedHI lather! Clwkler Mid. has a of Mission of Nombre de Diosto
the others are completingtheir dinitke. years More befMwtag his Mae. threefold. attwrt It clearlyskews Story
theological course, presided m..ry......: H* attended the unity of the ,Se 1'1.
at the ordination rites Prettt were Mr and Mrs the Srheni! ., fit lHUrp Net, Assistant peelers, Father fire ef the Croea; the units nf
st the/ Altar of the Chair in Joseph. K: Keefe: Ms parent IIn"...... Meeeachoeetts. until Patrick A Wi and. Father the Prleithond and the a km I be told on Mutual radio network
St. Peter's. and sister and brothers of I'M'); and received. his R AIn Mal. Ceuae. Will "be cenretrVaeti of the. entire .pimple of (,..).

The Priest from It I.. Winter' Haven; Jerome F MtUiMftJiwV frees nt. JOMI IVmwery wttt Fa.lMr Otoek Tills threefold aspect which HT. A Hi i'HUM: W.,urd has Wn reielved trio Honorable James A. Farley
jeang 1\..,. a writer at Malm! hehmg iO every Maws .n particularly
Irr Hates'* M. Joseph parish \\Srl'.T\. Dearth, Bend Indiana little Bark, hi let at the MMI The.meat at eewwus" til the rite, at the Oldest JoI.on. that th ie story of Nombie de 1)\11I'\ The purptie of the Fo.......

will\ roetlna. his atsdle..ntll Mtu Mary Jo Eerie: 1962.Wb.e the Mete .M h. seder the hy which<< shay Prints rancelebrate will U '..lit ..n a 25-minute 'I|f anal program thin Aun'la ll.n U le remindmerlram
the early summer of IKt, i like her rM ber. a graduate he was a youngster. direction ef Carroll Thomas the same beans Drcember 2*. over the coast,to-rnaat Mutual' flndio V of their patriotic and rrllgluw
whet! 'he and bin clattmales *t Fonda !Mat fnlterwty MTattehaMrei. Father ..... was an 'aIM work. The (irufram.. In the tUgin American Cr...lo eerie, will, origins.11ie .
will return t. their ._.w.. .. a teeeher atSanta Scout ta WlBeer Haven. He
F High School la1akeland spent one tusMiwr workingfor Allegany province opens at 13.'i pm. (hat ....,.. at the U.eer Mission program during whl< hi
A delegation of ,'1 rMtaa<. *; and XllrSiart fVlaa the NoUMMl) Park !Vn.<" The interviewer. M !the program In M. ,UMllo Father Cannon I I. Interview. !
Including the Immediate faraiIt in Grand Teten S.IIOfI.II'.rt. will be "Moon) eversra* to
I of the new Pried attestedhi Kef, a iMenl at the t'etverarty Hyommf lie u a member uf headquarters in Tampa I IIIIn Priding, flew .le MAugustine The interview will lull the the Armed Forrei Ila-tii Net-

first Mas* offered on Dec ., Ftenda as tiawesvide the KsegMs: el olumbui from Valley Verge story of the. eerty mlaiUmarI work. A tape of the program
comber It m the Catacomb at T.'lr.Ano'hrr milenionr) tot the. Ftanruwanlister. le vitit the MinsUrn of NembreM I who a onipMi..*! the enploeataer wilt be made available fur use

St Prtwilla here Later. Alee pressed were Mrs' J He spent. three tmmmrrt at of the Third Order 1 jruUr of AlJcgany. New York I.... and. Use buildings.. of Pane de |laws, 'by It.tIt',1| children strain the
member o( the were C. "....". the I"..It mss ( .i (Meet. dmresanramp Panfile dot NorvaM and Her- Untied
Camp Slates
fnuf < was marked rm Drrrmbr H at 4 :10 r m. An outdoor under rejiatrurtM to
entertained hr the Nelre terval graemitli.,. 01 W inter new Male de !Ida
Hat and Ms [ site, at a e.u.uel.r. ad lass followed by Meaning nl the temporary r>rovtnr1 l to the! plate. led ,
Dam Clash ef Rente alas HI ** tody anus" The pregrem rn4 mater 01 the ve.a>g Prteet WeMer e< (11'1...*. as atrrfront iirtt.'. home.. here oiened the don "f the newly e.UbHahedpf where .U* mites a..l the attan .. Mr 1 Helding li prwtured. by

father and. brother refine swat Tae Pr....'* tether buss lived ItIIIftMII .ni. alate fur. Father Mary. ..$.. nftomanilate 's Christian faith .been .the Freedom FewkdelinH at Dispensation
they retura early M Janvary.the WVa Fs4fcer Keefe retaniheawe to writ Have s nre 12whra the Frsactnewi Baetetn.Mnety.r CajnreplMM HighKchoel Valley' Forge The rhairmae.ef .
lends group. win.. vtsat *e.t mtmm. he will hM father, W H 11:...>. MM J Mnllm JeMUtca. Went tastoe.cetebratasl Mr lUMlog ailed FatherMlrbo'l the FevaeVlKM U tennerPtiatn'.at ArrhhUhep Joseph I', .
II A...... lUly. levers, ever a Mass ., Tbaendgtwin] and erect Uk* tate JamesKeete V r ef !M Pst Church !MI' the Mae e..( ... Y. f xeitterte.d, aa4 Uexian hi M JiMth tarsi WMer esiwad a Met there .......iarc, seed tlw c en- livered. tile Isemily.rather .direrler. 1. I"l III, 'I.r, ., Amy freight' t). Kiaeiihvwer.Nhef I,"w".e of lit. Augustinerein
F.sgiisd.Father. Have* Mrs W M Keele .* WwterHavre vent He WM aaairtrd I'vrphm leek the' f_ndng .f Ik* Ml,,&U.. ( nmnVf. ef the aces j r.d and ahullnenre! on Friday.
Malay a.pA
last,, MrMaho... lids, beard ef Ike ..eO-ka*.nrisail I rlH'lfthrr| tl. the vigil ofllirlalmai
Fraek P Gm4ss TV eerty entfaaaISM I ) M KHMr t\MI. pa ?
>aiief Mwvsatf l.- ef his ..... lilt wards and the spread .. Ik* ('alhalie ( and. from sheIleBore .
Gelffwrt and ka* mvther. tl 31 a m. M Mae stM. ter**! grejntaeatsW >jhe rere _oe ..ft.. s eapM hoops. el the .. 0.-... havAI.UX.iNV. tlm are 0nralUrtjre I -
Mrs Reese Oendwas W PHef. arsMi .e ire Hmc- .... af Ms first Mesh .... Ta.>a, sedMathtas Father t ale II In hens and. In Ihe C. CletVe < nl, nel en FrUey, eeemher II.

LaU Alfred! attended the e.*a drtgy a"""ire .M IN IF In..ode .... tfWstl ...... Manly O F M. Matt page a.ethesstrri tasted Mates Jeans (Olee Jt and the \u \\u\"n"" ,,,,,,.




Tire :The Florida Catholic, Friday Dumber 2-1. 19631

..... Florida ReportsSt.

w PetersburgST.

It" The parents of St. Raphael
parish were treated to a surprise
May the holy light. on December 16, with
[1 the production of tile "Christ-

M of the Christ Child mas Story" enacted by the
second grade children under
I' the direction of Mrs. Dorothy

t with all Hi golden rays Phelps, their teacher. Traditional
4 Christmas carols were
bring ably rendered by the fifth
peace grade children under Uri.

t: Richard Stemen.
that known no ending

Kof C UK.

of Columbus fM" iaa. r.o.1..t...
to brighten all your days The Knights A
Piut XII Council tUt held a Lake Wales
Cuban drive and have collected Silver Christmas tea

to be 20 tent large to boxes Miami of The clothing box. Present at the annual dub of Catno- Mr*. Heath, Ms Marie Kirch, Mn D.

et will be given fret transportation lie Women Silver Christmas tea at the M. Lippeatt, Mrs. Arch Upfflke Jr,

r....................................___.........._...............11.....rrrtr r t._.._._._._..._._.___. _._.____ by Central Truck home of MIL Carl Heath Lake Wales )frs. Harold E. Rogers, Mrs. Weber
------------------------------ ---------- ."' .. ...................... Mrt. Frank Owen.
Lines, Ryder Truck Co. and are from the left, Mn. A. P. Stanley Schoenins and
Tan aml Frelcbtwayt.Chtrlet .
Marsicano of Tampawas Ute Wales -- -

St. Anthony's Hospital : Calvary Cemetery in charge of tint highly HOLY SPIRIT In attendance at a buffet tup- OrlandoST.
,, tuccetttul! drive. The clothing The Club of Catholic Women per and dance la the parish JAMES
will be delivered to the held their annual Silver han given ai a thank you from St. EluabHk Guild of St
:, U. S. 19 and 58th Street No. Centre Hitpano Catolico Cloth- Christmas tea December 14 rattier Patrick J. Malone for James pans* tpo sored a

oOOl I tK Street Northneriarrtetrtttrttrt : lag Depot. at the home of Mn. Carl their faithful work during the Christmas party of the eafl-

526-4238 Heath. aub members brought past year in parish activities. dreg of the Moraine Star
: Titusvilte Christmas gins for men at a Jerry "'osens' was In School Chrtttsnti refrett-

.......<< .. rrrrar.rrrrttrsrrttrtrrtrt+trtwrrrr.44... ... 4 ST. TERESAA state prison. charge of the event meets, games and toys wets
-. membership reception Catholic students attending A successful tale of original distributed to tack child.

: Knights of Columbus Pius XH was held Catholic recently Womaa'tCub. by St.Teresa's Webber tt the College tea.. Assisting were guests Mn. held Christmas on December arrangement IS at was the ST. CHARLES
Foremost Dairies The anneal Christmas
home of Mn. Joha Maturely,
Heath with the hospitalitywere
Membert and guests 43 West New York Avenue party held by the ParUh
Council 5131 her Mitt Marie
wert greeted at the door by sister
Council and the Holy Name
14711; Blvd. The arrangements were made
Mri. Sylvester Rote dub hottest Kirch and<< the dub officers,
on December It. was
26.9191 4919 17th Avenue South and Mrt. Laurence McCarthy Mn Harold E. Rogert. Mn. by Mn.Mrs. Mattingly.TeRahassee Frank Butterworthand Society attended by a record cto.'d
chairman of organization D. M. Uppeatt. and Mri. A.
et parithMtwri. A smiikil
Gulf port, Florida and development.' C, Fartow. program wit pretexted by
Among those In the merle.log
menl choir and UM
the wt-
Ina+t+eenerrrrrrrwrrrrrrarrrtr.rrPirST ... ..... ......... .... line were Father John B. New Port Ricfiey ILtSSEO Members SACRAMENT of tM Women'i ....'. choral group wader the

Gulf Beach Bank O Hare. pastor Father Doral- QUEEN Of PEACE Guild of Cleued Sacranent direction of Dr. and Mn. RayOlech.
f all of us at. nik Gullajr. Mother Ignatius, The Rotary Altar Society of parish entertained! paticaU at .
75th Avenue A Gulf Blvd.< Sister Margaret Mary principal Our Lady Queen *f Peace Of Santa Claus wit
at course.
Florida Stale Hospital
St. Petmburg Such i Franklin Federal Savings & Loan of SL Tereta't School parish mil bo.d: their annual Chaltaboochet with a Christ.mas fni hand to present gift to
J. L.. B.llercf l, ... and the club officer Specialguests Christmas party (r members party on December :%. Moastgw Charles A. Bart k,
were the school per. and friends on Monday, December
Father Bitis P. Benetevtdiand
Association Individual nativity mangeri
First Bank of sonnel.Mrt.. ,
Gulfport 27, aimouncet Mrs. Father" Mm Bhiett.
I r James were presented to the patent
2001 I 4?* SI.I s. Vevera. president Aimet Cassidy, president. along with cookies baked by Mrs. William Winder and
f 100 34th Street North welcomed the
Gllif I TV affair win bt held at Meat her cotnfntttet' erred rtfresfcmeirtJ -
Guild member Mn. C.
and gave a brief history of St. the Catholic Hall Washing.ton .,, ..........errtt.stttrtt. +rtttrttat I 'ttR'I I:, .'...... ........_...................4.+ttttrtnttt Teresa's Catholic ".om..'. Street at '.311 p m. rangements.U ester was in charge of ar wit by, Jay Music Canto.Em for.dancing

Club. She stated tt was orgtnized Plait are being made for
and affiliated withtht a card party to be held et the fit
from your friends at . r St. Augustine DocesaaCosncd hail 01 Thursday. January 13 Zephyrhillt
ri i St. Petersburg Bank & Trust Co. of Catholic Uomen tt 124S: 'ra. Mn. Morrell ST. JOSEPH father William J. Trainer
Accordion Christmas ttlecttont -
Union Trust National Bank Catholic and the National Women\ Council November.f "'flldlandtIll terra ai by Mist Doris Correcht received Hint sew members
19S3 when St. Teresa't and the singing of carols by and two transfer trite theSodality
Ctntril Avenue NInth S.....
Ninth Street at Seventh Avenue Church was still a mission member highlighted! the pro of St. Mary of the

nwmbor .DJ.c. parish. Tbt first meeting DeLandST. gram roe a Christmas party Lakes Tuesday "teaug. December
I r PETERSt. fir members of the Catholic 14':
were held In the old rectory,
rrrrrrrrrrrrr rr fr1r MPlrrrVrfrNwNw. ..rrrr.xe t..J ... 44 .-.4.. ......n.wr..rn.raarertPOsno When the school wit built, Monica'i Circle U spon- Women's Club of SL Joseph Mrs Roger Allen Mrt N.
oaring a New Year'a Eve: parish 1. Rrttner. Mn Theodore
thei .
meetings resumed .
\ party in the parish hall begin': Gift brought by members Ie re hit, tr. Mn.
This meeting Is the first
Flowers event to be held In the second- fling at 10 p m. New Year't art to be presented to the Mn E. C. !tau...,.

The National Bank story t-Wit. mn to the tdml. Eve Admittance to the party boys of Mary IW, of Christians Mrs. Frank Wagner Mlti
will be by reservation only. School Tampa for Barbara Warner, Mri. Joie
Honorary membership was
C 75 PintlUs W.y North The Melody lane Trio from Christmas. E Whitbeck and" Mrt. Ed-
upon Mrs. Agnes de
Da ton Beach will furnuJt mud
) a Chester; trtatftrii
1000 Blvd. Gerald Mn. Anna Preset the mufclc for Be "" '''\t\t'\'''''' ''''''
Tyrone rl Mock north of C.nfrl. Avtnu and Mrs Mary Vignolt, all dancing: loIn Pawl J. Terry and Miss

l active member of long funding sides refreshments there will Support Karyn Court.
fllI.dJ) be a midnight buffet. Reservations The reception ceremony
<<, and upon two past presidents l.
Your Parish
relara.aa auaste.r.un.ansuaaararrsrr.r.rrn aMrarra\rr, ....a..raNrraal.n\LAWr. Wl -a....MW\ Mrs. R S. Conley and art 1.1dollau a was followed /by Benedictsoaf .
the Milt Messed Sacrament
Mrt. James D. Brown.
The dub recognized four the evening of December Holy Name Society and a meeting la the

I ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA women for their outstandingwork 15, IK parishioners sere "'''''''11' '" 1\ \ n parish ball

during the past year and .

each wat presented a gift
Those honored were Mn de
HEARING AIDS I ALPINE Edouard C. Craig cE'lpr4c Gerald Mrs. Alan Mattis.
1 i// Mri.I Joseph Richards and
Co/itrtctor and DUtrlouter !'
Ibis f..:.'-W.rtk II. .. r*.. Tilt .! IleW Nww; .9 Home for Mrs Vignola.Father .
..U kMMvr ymrrtimtttELSWORTH for the fined in. N..9. Vilon Mttil, Ceramic" : O'Hart spoke to !the

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, December 2-1, 196.'S


Text of Declaration on Religious Freedom


FOLLOWING Is a translation of !perceive ever more fully the truth that w 4I. n 40t embrace It of their own free will, and Church that no one I to In be coerced isle

council's Declaration \Is unchanging. : profess It effectively' In their whole manner faith has always stood firm.

on Religious Freedom on the therefore every mar has the duty, '; of life. Thus the leaven of the Gospel has Ion

Right of the Person and of Communities and therefore the right to seek the truthIn .. H. God calls men to serve Him in been about Its quiet work in the mi.'. f u

to Social and Civil Freedom in matters religious order that he may .: ". "' .. ..' spirit and in truth hence they are bound of men and to it is due in great tru'a<,'" a

Matters Religious. The declarationwas with prudence form for himself right 1' in conscience but they stand under no the fact that in the course of time f1"" :n

and true )Judgments of conscience, under compulsion. God has regard for the have come more widely to re <, i

promulgated on December T. lie of all suitable means. ,# dignity of the human person whom He their dignity as \persons, and the CM' '' ,

1 A sense of the dignity of the human Truth however, is to be sought afterin Himself created and man is to be guided ion has grown stronger that the pci J
> by his own Judgment and he is to enjoy in society is to be kept free from all a
person has been Impressing itself more a manner proper to the dignity of the 1
freedom This truth appears at its height ner of coercion in matters religious
and the human person and his social nature. The
more deeply on consciousness of
Y. in Christ Jesus in whom God manifested
contemporary man 'Its, and the demandis inquiry is to be free carried on with the Himself and His ."Y''Ith men. 13. Among the things that coo er a ( 9
aid of teaching or instruction communi good of the Church and Indeed tin1 u
increasingly made that men should Christ Is st one our Master and our
cation and dialogue in the course of fart of society hers on eat In tl
act on their own Judgment enjoying and which men explain to one another the lAIrd ((11)) and also meek and humble of therefore that art always and tvc
making use of a responsible freedom m heart 12) In attracting and Inviting Ills
truth they have discovered or think they where to be kept secure and dcfon d
not driven by coercion but motivated by have discovered in order thus to assist disciples Ht used patience ((13)). Ht against all mjury-this certainly is \
a sense of duty. The demand is likewise 1 wrought miracles to illuminate His
one another in the quest for truth. eminent, namely that the Church s1" ,1 1
made that constitutional limits should be teaching and to establish its truth but that full
enjoy measure of freedom whi !n
set to the powers of government in or Moreover as the truth is discovered< His intntloll11 to rouse faith in His her care for the
salvation of
men rquips
der that it is by a personal assent that men arc In faith
there may be no encroachmenton hearers and to confirm them ((31)). This Is a sacred freed
the rightful freedom of the person and \to adhere to it. not to exert coercion upon them ((14)). lie because the onlybegotten Son endow il

of associations On his part man perceives and did Indeed denounce the unbelief of some with it the Church which Ht piircha d

This demand for freedom in human acknowledges the imperatives of the divIDe who listened to Him but Ht left vengeance with His blood.

society chiefly regards the quest for the s to God in expectation\ of the day
law through the mediation of con. Indeed it Is so much the property of

values proper to the human spirit. It re- scicme In all\ his activity a man is of Judgment ((15)). the Church that ta act against/ It Is to

arils, in the first place the free nero bound to follow his conscience in order When He sent His Apostles! into the act against the will of God. The freedom -

use of religion in society. that he may come to God the end and 1 world. Ht said to them: "lIe who bt- of the Church' is the fundamental

This Vatican Council takes careful purpose of life. It follows that ha is not loaves and Is baptized will be saved lit principle! in what concerns the relations

note of these desires in the minds of to be forced to act in a manner contrary Titian's John the Evangelist who does not believe will be condemned"Mark between the Church and governments

nen. It proposes to declare them to be to his conscience.. Nor on the other hand ( 10, 161), and the whole civil order.

;reatly in accord with truth and justice. is he to be restrained from acting in accordance St. John Hia Evangclitt. wKos, feast day Is December 27 h depleted' by Titian ;ins But Ht Himself, noting that the cockle In human
and In the fact tlgovernment
had been sown amid the ,,wheat (gave or society
To this end it searches into the sacred with his conscience, especiallyin !
In the National S H Art D.C. The
painting .ry I at Washington, picture is in lImo (he! Church claims freedomfor
tradition and doctrine of the Churchthe matters religious dens that both should bt allowed to grow
Samuel H. K,... colUcflon.acknowledga herself In her character
treasury out of which the Church until the harvest time which will\ come as a spiritualauthority

continually brings forth new things that The reason Is that the exercise of f religion at the end of the world (16). Ht refusedto established by Christ the Lord,

are in harmony with the things!; that are << .f Its very nature, consists beforeall the. right .f parents to These norms arise out of the need for bt a political messiah, ruling by spots which there rests, by divine mandale. -
else In those Internal voluntary and the duty of going out Into the whole
force (17)): Ht preferred to call Himself
'old. make s genuinely free choice of schools the effective safeguard of the rights of
free acts whereby mil sets the course the Son of Man who came "to serve and world and preaching the Gospel to every
and of other means of education and the all citizens and for the "peaceful settlement
rirnt. the eounrll professes Its belief .f his life directly toward God. N. merely creature (4321),
use of this freedom of choice is not to of conflicts of rights also out of to give his lift as a ransom for th.many" .
that God Himself has marie known tt I humn ran either command or .
power (Mark 10 45)), lit showed Himself
'be made a reason for Imposing unjust the need for an adequate care of genuine The Church also claims freedom for
mankind the wi In whkh me* ire asent prohibit arts of this kind ((3)).
of God who
the perfect servant ((18)),
thus burdens .n parents whether directly or public peace, which comes about .ht"nmn herself in her character at a society of
Him. and bt sued In IhrUt The social nature of mm however, Itself Indirectly. live together in good order and in "does not break the bruised reed nor extinguish men who have the right to live In societyIn

and come to ble kednes. Me bf'lIfl' requires that he should give external true Justice, and finally out of the need / the smoking flax" (hlatt.12, M). accordance with the precepts of Christian
that this true religion subsiuls In the lolated.
one !Besides the rights of parents are v -
Catholic and ApoMnltc Church, U which expression to his internal' acts of religion if their children are forced to attend for a proper guardianship of public Ht acknowledged the power of government filth ((33)).
he should share with others In morality. .
the Lord Jesus committed the duty .f( lessons or Instructions which art and Its rights when lie commanded In turn where the principle of religious
spreading II abroad all saris matters religious, that he should professhis not in with their beliefs that tribute bt given to Caesar but
among agreement religious These matters constitute the baste l freedom Is not only proclaimed in
religion In community Injury therefore or I tf a single system of education II. Rave clear warning< that the higher words or simply Incorporated in law but
of the
component common welfare Ih..yIre
Thus He upoke In the Apostles "Gf). Is done to the human person and to rights of God art to bt kept inviolate'
from which all religious formation is ex also sincere and
given practical application
whit Is meant by public order For
therefore and make duciples of all nations the.ry order established by God for "Uemlrr to Caesar the 'things that art
baptizing' them in the name of the human life if the free exercise of religion eluded Is imposed upon all the rest the usages: of society art to N Caesir's and to God the things that are then the Church succeeds In

Father and of the Son and of the Holy Is denied in society, provided just (. Since the common welfare of society the usages of freedom In their full range God's" (Matt. 22, 21)). achieving a stable situation ol right ss
that Is the freedom of Is bt well ss of fact and the Independencewhich
teaching them to observe all order Is observed. the of those conditions man to
Spirit public consists in entirety In the end when He completed on the
respected as far as poisible and Is not Is necessary for the fulfillment of
things whitioever I hive enjoined uponvou" of social life under<< which men enjoy cross the work of redemption whereby
There Is further consideration. The her divine mission
to be
a curtailed when and insofar
Matt 28. 1930)) On their part all the possibility of achieving their own except, lie achieved salvation and true freedomfor

men are bound to seek the truth e peinlly '. religious acts whereby! men In private. perfection In a certain fulness of measure as necessary men, lit brought: Ills revelation to This Independence Is precisely what
and and out of of
m public a sense
< in what concerns God and His and also with some relative fine. it S. Many brought to bear completion For lit bore witness to the the authorities of the Church claim In
conviction, direct' their lives to pressures art
(Church and to embrace the truth they God transcend by Iht'lrfry nature the chiefly consists In the protection of the upon Uit men of our day to the |
come to know', and to hold fait to It. order of terrestrial and temporal affairs rights and in the performance of the where the danger arises lest they lost' truth by force on those who spoke Christian faithful, In common with ill
duties of the human (4)( ) Their other the civil right not to
"person the of their against It. men possess
This Vatican Council likewise pro Government therefore ought indeed to possibility acting on own
fore the cart of the right to religious b. hindered In lending their lives In ac
fessei its belief that it li upon the human take account of the religious life of the whole Judgment On the other hand, not a few Not by force of blows dues Ills rule islerl .
freedom devolves the cititenry.
upon cordanct with their consciences. There.fore
<.ons leixe that these obligations fall and Cititrnry and show it favor since the can he (found who seem Inclined to use Its claims |Ibl|, 1111 established by
upon social<< groups, upon government a harmony exist' between the fi ':?<
exert their binding force The truth cannot function of government is to mike proVision the name of freedom as the pretext for witnessing to the truth and by hearingthe
and upon the Church and other religious dom of the Church and the religious fr;<'
impose Itself except by virtue of its 'for the common welfare. However refusing to submit to authority and for truth and It txtends Its dominion by -
: communities, In vlrtut of the dom which Is to bt recognized! si t.M!
own truth as it makes its entrant into it would clearly transgress the making light of the duly of obedient. the love whereby (hrlst, lilted up on the
duty of all toward the common welfare, right of all men and communities si d]
the mind at once quietly and with. power.Religious limits set to its power, were it to presume and In the manner proper to each.The Wherefore thi.'atlcan Council urges cross draws all men tt Himself (tl), sanctioned by constitutional law
to command or inhibit acts that everyone, especially those who art
freedom In turn which men are religious. protection and promotion of the charged with the tank of educating Taught by the word and example of 14. In order to be faithful to the di e

demand as Decenary to fulfill their duty inviolable rights of man rank among others' to do their utmost to 'form men Christ, the Apostles followed the same command "teach/ all nations" (Matt.
t to God has to do w ith Immunity t. The freedom" or Immunity from of
worship From the origins! the
way very .,
the essential duties of government ill who, on the one hind, will respect' the 1920), the Catholic Church mint w
from coercion In civil society Thereforeit coerrl. la matters religions whirl .Is Church the disciples! tlf Christ alcove
Therefore government is to assume the moral order and bt obedient to lawful with all urgency and concern 'trial: I It: a
leaves untouched traditional Catholic (he endowment f is Ildh IdUlI.II .
a persona safeguard of the religious freedom of all authority, and on the other hand will to convert men to faith In Christ as word tf God bt spread" abroad a I Iglorified"
doctrine the moral duty of men ..NSlocl..hU I al.. I. be reeegslred is their right the
on however of
the lAIrd, not, by sees
Hi citizens, in in effective manner by of true frt'f"Ilom-ml'n, In other (2( These 3, 1)) lien r 1'
toward the true religion and toward he* they art la Immunity
coercion or of devices unworthy of theCoO.,1 .
Just laws and by other appropriate words, who will time to decisions on Church earnestly begs of Its chide, > :

the one Church of Christ. Religious communities, are a requirement""t, their own Judgment and in the light of but by the power above all of that "first of all, luppttcatlons, pra- ,-

Over and above all this the council of the social nature both of man truth, govern their activities with a tht word of God (S3)), Steadfastly theyproclaimed "petitions, acts of thanksgiving be ma !it

intends to develop the doctrine of recent and of religion itself ( Is she to help mate conditions sense of responsibility and strive after << lit ill the, plan of God ourSaviour for all men . For this II good ai, d .
Popes on the mvietabte rights of favorable I. the fluttering tf rellglom what is true and right willing always, to "who wills that ill men ahouM In the sight of God CI';
Provided the }just demands of public life I la order that the people maybe bt lived ind come lo the acknowledgment ,
the human person and the constitutional Join with others In cooperative effort. Saviour. who wills that all men be aced
order of society.S order art observed religious communities truly enabled t. eierise their religious of the truth" il I Tim. 2. 4)) and come to the knowledge. of the truth"I

rightfully claim freedom In order rights and to ftlflll their religions RII&loul freedom therefore ICIhl I. At the same time, however, they ( Tim, 2. It').

This Vatican Cotmnl declare that that they may govern themselves ac duties, and alma I In order thai sorlelr base thl further purpose and aim' showed respect for thott of weaker Stuff. In the! formation of their conscience,

the human perm has a nibs to. religious ruedtiic to their own norms honor the Kietf may ,rent by the moral namely, that mrs may tome I. art with even though they were In error, and thus the Christian faithful ought carefully to

freedom Th* freedom moons that Supreme Being In public worship aunt qualities tf justice and peace whlrh\ greater responsibility I iii fulfllUnl their they made It plain that "'11 h ont of us attend to the sacred. and certain doctrine

all men are to be immune from coercion their members in the practice of the have their trlftn I I. mess fsKhftlness It dulfe. hi community 11I1'. I Is to render to God an account of him of the Church ((30)), For the Church Is, by

on the part of individuate or of n-rial reugfcws life! strengthen them by Instruction. (;.dud It Ills My will (II'). self" (Romans 14. Ill (23)) and. for that the will of Christ tht teacher of the

groups and of any human power. M and promote Institutions in If In slew of peculiar circumstances I The declaration of him Vatican reason Is hound to obey his co
such w ire that no one M to be (forced to hieh they may Join together f for the> Coum on the right of man to religious Christ Himself. the Afiottlts weft and' authoritatively to teach that truth

act in a manner contrary to his own be.II..fl. pnrpoe of ordering their own lives Inaemordance obtaining among peoples, special civil freedom has its foundation In tlit dignityof unceasingly bent upon. bearing witness which Is Christ. himself and also to dt-
,Is to
recognition one religion community
whether privately or publicly, with thetr retigMus princi to the given coMtHwtional order of society. the prrtofi, twIN esigenclet have to the truth of God snd they snowed" (the stare and confirm by her authority those
whether alone or m aawcwtioa with pit I. case lo be more fully known to human fullest measure of "boldness In "leaking
prmrlnles. of the moral order which have
it I I. at the same time lmr others within due limits. reason Ihruufh centuries" of enperlcfx 1 't. the word with C'fIfII.I..I1 t" (Acts 4, S1 1)
human nature Itself.
RettgKwt communities aka have the that tht right of all rttfreiM awl .rehgMu their origins In
Whet Is mart, this doctrine of freedom ((24)) before the &people suit! their rulers,
right not to bf' hindered either by legal freedom Furthermore, let Christians walk In
The rwifKll further declare that the rommwirties to rellftoui
his divine
rinds in and
rtvetttion far With I firm faith they held (hat the Gospel
,freedom hit (III fmiiMli- meawei by admmMtratne action on should be recognised and mad efftvtuem wisdom" In the face of those outsldt. "in
tight tt religious IKtt ChrWuni/ hound
roam are resport Is Indeed the power of God lIMo sal
\the part of government. in the selectmstrauatof. the My Spirit" In unaffected love In
himit .
.1 the
la the sKmly praifce.ylsally.
tins very It all the .
more cnmcttotlwialy.HtvtlatMn vat ton for all who belle 1.1.)
this 411..t li knsa. through appointment. and transferral W" the word of truth" (2( Cor. I. .7)), and
person as ly government Is to ... to it dome not Imti'td affirm In M Therefore" they, rtecte) i all "carnalWOWM"
their ministers in \let them IM about! their task of spreading
.. say wmmymcatasfwttfc
repealed. ..nI of (oCJd aid by "
she words the right III to .
religious authorities and cmmuMtw tint the equality, of crtiatnt before the many man Immunl | I3fl> they followed the! es.ample the light of lift with all ronfklenct flit)
Itself (111.) ty from esteriMl conrctMi in .matters, rtttfWui of the gentltntM awl rtspucUuintas
abroad" as\ erecting buildings for r.- 1,.. which I I. Melf M riemttit of tnertmmtn awl aeoitolic courage, tvto to the shtd-
Thi I right, of the human person tit re- .D0SM purp.".. and m Uw acquisition g. Ml. M never ........t. whttnerofetdy It.shine, .however. disclose. 'the' of (Chri t and they' "preached.. the ding of their blood.

',genus freedom n to be rtrogimed m and Me of auHabie hawk ar properties ar covertly ,. for religious rtawrni dsgsuty of id.* hwiMM |*rtnn m its full word God M let full confidence that

the conMitulwnal, law whereby society Mgoverned Nor Is there to bt dsvnaaiMtMii arnoog. dlBMMMtOIW there cam resident In thin word itself a The disciple U ,bound by a grave tbIVgallon

and thus it la to borom a Rehgwss eo mmuiwtie. alan hive tt>. fttIHM.It )It give evadewf of the respect. whir divine ,c 'I' able to dtttroy all thoforiei Inward ( unit his Mailer. ever

. ml rightIt new not to be J hindered tfl their public Witt, showed toward the! freedom withwbtrh .or uvrrl against' (i iud 27i ...t more fully It andwland the teeth rtrelved -

teadUBg and wKe to the* faith elbows. that a wrong .M dime when .. man Is to fulfill hu duly of belief. bring seen Ui faith in Christ. awl" to Hrtirrvue ( )rem Him, I Ulthfnlly. It proclaim

H In accordant, witfc their dignitySS whether I by the spoken or by the written Ilf"tf1HInI'tIt .le fn es ..f<..n .H4 ftps. *. by In ... word of God amid it t gjvtt us lessons 'Sal' 1 1tl M, toil %lgor..ily It defend it. sever,-

persons that as, .hefs. iMB td with weal He*ever ta s'mcadseg reliftousfaith here or fear or after ........ the proft (In tht putt chiefs dMclpItt. of suchMtolor a bt K understood having recount ..
, nil .d thefeterei an or rtfMdwtaM t f rttifton, or (the Mailer, at lee .the Apostles"
.awes and free a and to Mrtrodutmg' rehgiosrpear. any ought to M't and roatinualiv meats that ire Inrompttlblt wild the

i rl.t'd" to bear ptrtMol. ) poBmtlt- tice everyone might it all times to r*< alien it hinders. men from Jouing or ,follow Thus farther light ,It cast upon r..fellll/f4. l "IrgHlrnalt rlvll authority spirit of the Gmiprl.At .
,. should be at text mvCelled leaving a reUgMM comimmity All the ".., there.. li M peace$ Item
fv thit all man (teas from my manner of arts whw the onefil prmti "Mtfin whsrh thtdoctrMst
it vntotioa tf Use will of God HKJ, Iht Apostle teaches, and lhert the same timt the charity of
; bN nature and also bound by a mfM seem U tarry a hurt of cwfcaKior more u a of IMS. declaration MI rHigHiuifreedom
sees the truth e. ... and of tht sawed nfMs tf the person Her ,.", mu"si "11 everytnt ht sub. Christ. urges him" to "hove and bare
noril to .
obligation of a ktftd Of pera.aMi thai wMttd teed is ba.-| In particular, rtucio sally religious tnrtti they are alt ......,. w ime.rtby. 'aporuhywhs and" the family. tf ntiMM when. frr. .isbrt M noisy Is. ettirely contontnlwMh )*'{ It Richer.. .atlt.r". . 'lit whorrtltli prudence and patience I la his dealings
.. beer order IndeMroy tuihrlly ".1" find s trdl'* with Ihott who are tfl error tr I in Ign.
twwd traft A M HEht ta III
to *#ert to tt wire dealsig with poor ar wM>4 cited any way hue freedom of" taw art of Chrutanfh
mown and to order tttir whole .lives M .payee ItaaHi a manner If ashen ws sM tr repress religion, either m the a.iK," ( KtmiM U, 11)) (!I//. aero with regard to the faith 1J71.> AU II

accord with the dfotIt... of truth hew, to to cwMM4rre<.| .. arnwe W one sMM whole tf mamkMil or i w a particular At the ttmt lime. """It.... they M to be taken into Kwount Iht Christ, >'I tr w a dtfuuie. community. IIt W net *f like nil)JIlt tenets ofCottaslar duty to ('Mint. the tft-gevtag' word .* )
However men cat dmebergt ts>* e and a vnxatna of tM right not hesitate to speak out against govortiIM -
be of &I.
itoHrme thot man reponw to mutt petclowntd. tits rights.
fthiigitien .In a manner u ketmeg ails timers. 7 The to freedom I lieieretied ; .tft wMrh M thomiotvos as opp -
riM rtltCaMM Owl .M tan* MMMl .ht ,.... aw one Uirrofar |I. .burnt parson. and the mttiiat .
heir mall Batort Mini they ...., mv In a44rtMi. it tern ithm Ute mean. M bymis ai rMy .beer e .HieierrtM as to bt fonwl to omhfMe Uw ..oMM t to tw. holy will, of Qed "" .M It.... granted !by CM through I'h *

manor from titerael eeerriM as well. freedom tt. rrllgtoiinmmsaaHin u mh>n< to rents regulatory Misery .. oby God rasher then ansT .
tog af religious who united t
Christ*** fl Hi naMK .his own will ''I* mini art traMp to a< cry :
as pas r Mofiral..... ".,.,..., tfctirht aoouM ant be praMMedIrom a..rm. In tht s.. tf all freedoms the TMS dwirtSM to ....... n tht curd of (Act i. Ml, 13If1 This M Hit way also* peon the ....
" In religious freedom has its tiMlioa freely usdrtakmg to stow. te moral principle tf peraoMl and social God atjd It which fto martyrs Md. ether faithful

.. not .w the Miyctive a.neHam of Aerial vahtt et thaw. oartraM as ..**twsKgnss rrtplMllltlltJ is to be tbttrvtd. by ttt Papers was af tossstMtly tile Church proclaimed<171> The hewn waned IfcrwigJi aJI ages and otorafl U The fact as feat men of the pr'day '

-,. person !bet In W'icy attire. ta tit of suciety adt Ikt tort*. WMI to be aWe. Mealy 1 to piHwir '
U the eserrUe' tf their rights IndhMI art tf fatta as tit its very allure a fro
OfIwqwl'lO' the rtM to this OMSJMMyontmues t tic II the elate of tamaa rtliKMi' M tvtoitt alai M I"1rtao.d '
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The week In liturgyChrist's The Life of Our Lord

Comment incarnationis The first theological discourse

visit of Nicodemus by and give them a hart of

God with us Emmanuel our redemption THE Is one of those occasions flesh.

we have already Doted For the first time Our Lord

means something to Christ in the Eucharist. When our By Father Paschal Roland 0-S.B. where we should give anything Is announcing one of hit

CHRISTMAS even to non-bellcvcra. minds are filled with the thought of Sunday December 28 for just a little more detail greatest themes that the externals

To the godless communist police it God become man and the scene of the than the Holy Ghost and Frank J, of religion are sec
CUNDAY within! the Octave: of Christmas. (Mass of the ondary.
when Nativity lies before our we are the Evangelist have given us. '
must mean at least the occasion eyes J Shcedlife
Sunday, Gloria 2nd of St. Proto-
prayer Stephen The conversation plunges so
better disposed to the altar renewal In
approach It Is the.tr7
they have to watch their conquered
martyr Creed Preface of Nativity.) deep that it must have goneon
charges more vigilantly lest they betray rail with greater faith and gratitude soul that matters.
far into the night But we
For Christ in the Eucharist is the To God, everything Is There Is no future
a longing for "the old supersti present nor past. .
could read St John's summary 3. Our Lord tells of Hu
unbelievers very same Lord seen by the shepherds But to man there is a past a present, and a future. Christ was
tions. To other less aggressive of it in a few minutes. own right to talk of heavenly
the of His birth. The little born in the past, and this past historical fact !is made present
it Is a time of excellent business on night in the of above nature, which Is things saying: "No man has
liturgy Christmas. four
when the music of the cash register body held by Mary in her arms is the The liturgical celebration of the nativity of Our Lord Jesus great From truths the emerge summary our equipment for the glory ever gone up into heaven; but
same Body which is offered on for us. there is One who has comedown
is more exhilarating than the very Christ forcefully reminds us of Cod's plan for our salvation God has prepared

melody of the carols. Those who are the altar it every Mass which la received After the degradation of man as a punishment for sin God 1. Our Lord says "Unless But what of the phrase from heaven, the Son

Christian in name only find it a by every communicant which presented another plan by which His Son and God also would a man be born again of water "Holy Spirit" What did Nico of Man who dwells in heaven'

hearty time of good fellowship a most dwells in every tabernacle in the world. become man and elevate human nature so that men could and the Holy Spirit he cannot demus make of that* Not the (John 3, 13)).

pleasing time for a change from rou The Holy Eucharist is Christmas prolonged again participate In the divine life of the Three Divine Persons enter" into the kingdom of Third Person of the Blessed Nicodemus could hardlt I

through all the centuries until of the Most Holy Trinity God. Trinity certainly; the Trinity have grasped at that first

tine.But the end of time. It is EmmanuelGodwith During the Christmas season millions of Christians rejoiceon The Greek word St. John was not yet revealed hearing all that Our Lord was
to the Catholic the high point
the anniversary of the Inauguration of the new master-plan uses could mean either "born The Old Testament was full saying of Himself-that He
Christmas is reached when he kneels us, as Victim as the Divine Nour which has enabled man to become followers of Christ adopted again" or "born from on of the phrase "spirit of God" had pre-existed as God. that

lit the altar rail and welcomes into his ishment of the soul, as the Hidden children of God and heirs to His kingdom of eternal peace and high." There Is no Aramaic from the opening of Genesis He existed upon earth It

heart the same Lord who was born in Friend. happiness. (St. Stephen, the first Christian martyr is commemorated word with both these meanings where the spirit moved over man. that, in His own personas

Bethlehem. What a profound secret It Is our blessed privilege to welcome !- today.) ; Our Lord must have the waters to the prophet God the Son He was In

this still is in a world where the doctrine Christ to earth this Christmas said one or the other. Ezechiel 'ill, 24'> who was heaven still.

of the Holy Eucharist has been when we receive Him in Holy Com- Monday December 27 From St. Paul (Titus 3, 5) sent by the spirit of God Into 4. Nor could Nicodemus
St. John (Mass of the Apostle and Evangelist, and the chief of the Apostles Chaldaea. Nicodemus would have understood the words
for two thousand munion. Instead of a we offer
preached nearly manger Gloria 2nd prayer of the Octave of Christmas Creed, '/1 Peter 1, 3 and 22)) it seems simply l have taken Holy that followed: "At Moses lifted .
The name of Christ will be on our hearts as His resting place. It matters -
years Preface of Nativity) that He did say "born again." Spirit as another way of sayIng up the serpent in the
the lips of everyone but Christ Him. not that we cannot see His features Birth means entry into life; to God, especially the powerof desert so must the Son of

nit will be with the one privileged to nor hear His voice. Heaven holds This apostle and evangelist is described as the "disciple be born again does not mean God, God acting in the Man be lifted up: that whosoever

receive Holy Communion. that joy In reserve. What does matter whom Jesus)loved." His symbol the eagle who soars to the entering the same life all over world belleveth !in Him may

There is no other moment In life is that we prepare fervently for this heights and yet whose penetrating eye can discern minute details again-as Nicodemus, in true not perish but may have lifteverlasting.
far below As !. The work .f the Holy
an St. John "
evangelist write of the sublime .
which brings one so close to the happiness appointment with the Lord. This means heckling vein pretends to Lordcompares
mystery of divine love well Spirit In the soul Our
as as noting details of the earthly
of heaven There is no other first a humble confession of sins to got existence of Christ. May be think: "how can a man getback to the movement of The master In Israel would
we "enlightened by the teaching have known of the brazen
conceivable way of participating in the the house of the soul in order. Then we tit the Blessed John" (Prayer of the Assembly) so as to comprehend ?" into his mother'swomb the wind serpent that Moses made it

wondrous mystery of Bethlehem so intimately may receive the Lord of Heaven and the plan of God In all its details of our salvation. God's command and set on a
We cannot the wind we
see ;
and effectively as receivingthe Earth with a conviction that whatever It means entering isle SB- high pole "bringing lift to
order the
December 28 cannot particularwind
very Body and Blood of our Re Christmas may mean to the Tuesday, ether higher):: life, the life but all\ who should look towardsit
to need
Holy Innocent" (Mass of Gloria 2nd we happen
feast of
prayer which (hone lethe
deemer. Christmas, probably more world, it means for us not only a personal gives powers must whatever wind is as they lay wounded"
Octave of
Christmas Creed Preface of soul
without which It
than any other feast stirs us to a visit with Christ, but union with Nativity.) blowing; we do not know (Numbers 21, 8)).
would be unable te live I.
greater appreciation of the reality of Him. Innocently and unknowingly the Infant baby boys of Bethlehem heaven.Nicodemus. where the wind comes fromor But ht could not lave

were the first witnesses to Christ. They were baptizedin where it goes after we know a, nor could St. Joha
their own blood which the swords of Herod's soldiers could breath Grace in
------ made pretend to have felt its who there that
was probably ,
God's world flow as they tore them from theirs mothers' arms In an unsuccessful misunderstand the word the soul is like that. Our Lord was foretelling Chit
attempt to destroy Christ and Gospel "again the modern This Nicodemus does
Christianity ( ; Baptists time lie would be lifted tt His
I ) The modern Ilerods of atheistic communism who deprive leally do misunderstand the not pretend to misunderstand
death en a Cress te bring
Christmas is state of mind innocent children of Christian education word "man does'
a a commit a greater arguing from It he quite frankly not everlasting life te men wennd-

crime than Herod's since they attempt to destroy the spiritual against infant baptism. But understand at all Our Lord ed vale death by sla.

word "Chriitmai" la as we kneel In meditation at t lives of children. that word is only &In the English rebukes him: he was a master

TIlE most as loaded with the ('rib. Wednesday December 29 translation; St. John uses in Israel he should have To us what Our Lord savsIs

emotion as Is the word the Greek word tis, which Is a weighed such words as thoseof a reminder that the death

"Mother." All that was best All across the land Christmas Mass of ChrUtniM OrUve. (Mass of Octave day pronoun meaning "one," any the prophet Ezechiel (ill, Ht must die was steadily before -

and happiest in our childhood Father a sermons will remind us Gloria 2nd prayer of St. Thomas of Canterbury Creed, 1'): "I will give them a new Him: everything He did.everthing .

clusters around the memoryof Lee J. that It was Iln love for us Preface of Nativity.) one.By birth, all of us enter into heart and I will put a new Ht said, was dons

Christmas.Our which brought the Son of God natural life; by rebirth in spirit in their breast. I will and said in the shadow of tht
parents' love for us Trese down to dwell among us. We (Mass as of the 3rd Mass on Christmas with the 1st lesson baptism we enter into the take away their heart of stone Cross
shall be reminded to be grateful and Gospel taken from the 2nd Mass. The first sin committed

reached its most graphic exemplification for that love and to try I In by a human being Adam, lost for him and his descendants .
in the attention many wonderful gifts including the freedom to be
our personal lives to Everyman's familySt.
they poured out upon us at worthy of that love It Is to be and Inclined toward goodness, not evil. This first sin incurredthe

Christmastime / hoped that there will be some penalty of a certain enslavement to sin for the whole huChrist's I
Family unity and the sense m." ".r..
of it feeling of shame intermixed "'- Thomas wrote of basic
security engendered rightsdenied
as chaplain in a residential with our gratitude. birth Initiated or activated the plan cf redemptionfrom .
\1 ere never so strong as when school for maladjusted chil Jesus wants His love to this slavery and the restoration of all men to God's good

ve parents brothers and dren. It came as something<< of reach Into every home in !graces. "Almighty God grant that Your only Son's new birth By Monstgnor Knott for temporary relief this I this right. They art

sisters-shopped for presentsfor a shock to me to discover that every corner of the world. in the flesh may free us from our old bondage of sin" (Prajer ST. Thomas Aquinas lived should be dore If it means living In shacks surrounded

each other trimmed the on Christmas day the children As long as there are those of the Assembly). 700 years ago Ue Is taking long range measuresto by filth and In the companyof

tree together( went to Christ- who were unable to who through poverty, Ignor. recognlied as the greatest help them to help themselves rats and lice and bugs
mat Maw together exclaimed December" 30
philosopher the Church has then these too shouldbe Their human
spend the day with their own ance or lack of opportunity misery cannot
over our gifts together and families were not particularly do not know what Christmas Mass of Christmas {)(ot.u'. ( Mass of Octave day ever known. Despite. his distance taken help but erupt into!>> violenct
sat down to Christmas dinner Gloria, Creed Preface of Nativity.) from us In time and
upset by the fact. There was
Is then Christ's
really work
together.Our A (hrUllan cr.a'cieiict lit- If they havt a right t. adequate
feeling of "family" was no evidence of loneliness, no remains unfinished. And He The Old Testament reveals Almighty God at a stern father wrote space are mane still of the things to he slits that we are eur brothers'keepers shelter then the resources '

doubly fortified as we exchanged tears. Is depending) upon us to help and a taskmaster to be feared rather than to be loved, and culture pertinent our ef she affluent sorietv .

Christmas visits with To my question "Don't you Him complete It. especially In the accounts describing the punishments He inflicted age our mutt be refocused le supply

grandparents, uncles, aunts feel homesick today" the At our Christmas Mass we on His sometimes recalcitrant Chosen People. Rut Hiimaa nature and the The right to cfeOiteg" not It te them

and cousins. answer was a puzzled shake ran look upon the Host unashamed clothed in the humanity and humaneness of the Second! Person hank ef mas which i only far reasons of modesty

Voltaire li reputed to have of the head. To the question only if we can In of the Most Holy Trinity He reveals Himself tenderly at an flow from that nature are the but for health and even The fourth right that tn

said that If God did not exist "What did you used to do at honesty say, "1 really do Infant whose 10mln cannot Ignore; and at a Saviour chose same today at they were In beauty purposes hi aluo Important re-crration is essential (for

it would be necessary to Invent home on Christmas" one worry, Lord about those who kindness love, and mercy fist Lesson) is able to make our hit time. but of lees serious the emotional and spintua

Him. We might carry youngster answered "Nothing are less fortunate than r. I hearts overflow with love for Him For example lie states that nature. development of man. Thi

that a step further and say special Dad would get drunk. really am doing my best by among/ these fundamental several: does not mean just more time
that If Jesus had not beta *r than usual and Ma would every means at my disposal Friday December 31 rights of the : for play and recreational ativities <
man are rights
born, It almost would have Jaw at him all day." "No to make You visible In the Mass of Christmas ()rta,.. (Mans of Octave day. to food, to clothing, to shelter decent" housing In which a It rather implies.. time

been necessary to Invent a presents "No. "No turkey! world and to better the lot of Gloria, 2nd prayer of St. Sylvester I, Pope; Creed Preface and to recreation ("..t. family Is net only protected) for an adequate education

birthday for Him. dinner?" "No." "No church?" my brother" of Nativity.) The right to food la obI frem lilt elements of nature time for leisure activities with
"No." but aIM space enough fee a other) members of the famiK
The whole story ef ear These children are but a It should be evident that Although an Individual's spiritual salvation Is of great ore For his physical: development fanulv to grew and develop In time for rest and r.I'lIItJoc1urml

formative years Is bound if small segment of the'I t true spirit .1 Christmas It a Importance to each one of us. wt should remind ourselves that and health a human a. human way. It w *M include which the spirit 01
state of mind. bring needs the nutritional
la Christmas. number In our own "prosper Christ assumed a human nature so that He could make it poinble proper the basic neceesities' man can expand.
diet Moat readers of
It for everyone to attain to eternal happmeu. We should such as heat water and lightof The
The loneliest day ef outlives ous" and "Christian" America Is a habitual 'feeling of become this column/ tare this light' so man who mutt spend
to whom Christmas is a concern for all who suffer for as mlssionarv-mmded! at wt can so that all men may fur some kind. most of his wakbig hour
was surely the first granted that they rarely
Christmas which we had t. word of very shallow significance. all who are deprived Some of he drawn closely and )personally" to Christ and "made holy by think about It In such terms Agate a>th Mith most of ut frubfewtg. for existence Is lei

spend away from hone us, if we have the will, can His graft" list Lesson), The fand btDt at the end of are net living In .hmHfeissurreundiafi. of a man became of it. The

do much to speed" onward the we do live indignity great challenge of the times
among strangers. As w* raise our eves to a ) Saturday, January 1 a week or a month are suffirieftt -
What a gap there would be more distant \'I.w. we recall flow of Christ's love Someof Octave reminders that the nut and decency Yet it net just to reverence hum
day of ( rl..lnau. (Mans of feast Creed there are milliofis
of .
.In our lives without Christ- the hundreds of millions In us. in spite of good will, Preface of of Mete'( K not at low at it JIf'eIII.a"d dignity but to make wr
Nativity) the
world wile
mill I Yet there are thousands Asia and Africa for example, may be more limited in our might be The demands of agrewhIg for one that every man has the

flI Americans to whom to whom Christmas Is not opportunities. "When the eighth day came and the Child was to be circumcised family probably eliminate reason or another are being means to attain it

Christmas Is no more than a even a cord The Important thing is that they gave Him the name Jenus" (Gotprh With the the frequent appear

word. It Is simply anotherholiday The realization we feel the weight of our Chosen People circumcision was a sacred ritual prescribed by ann of such things as steak

like Memorial Day !I. ef our eweuniqueness neighbor's burden and that God| symbolizing their alliance and covenant with Him through and lobsters, but moat such M. J. Murray

or Labor D y-a day when fullneis of (hrhtmas poisettlag the Jesus find In us a generous males of the nation Baptism is a Christian's personal alliance families are able to afford
stores and schools should Instrument of Hn will to help with Cod; and the food in
are closed trouble time of the beMowal of a Christian name, good adequate quantity
to and work.most people do not have m more thin a little to heal and to save not only for men but for women also. Strange but true

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The Florid Catholic Friday December. 1965 m

Question box Steer middle course


Is a Pieta scripturally correct? Pope tells audienceVATICAN

Q. Regarding the Pleta 1
where do we find In the Bible ance and Holy Communion forever r CITY (NC) Pope P.uJ1 hat once turn to the way things were

the words, ", and Jesus a year What must he. again called on Catholic to keep up the spirit of the Sec before the council going backto

was taken down from the lIoaslporJ. do In order to become adacthe ond Vatican Council, steering a middle course between a pre-conclllar religious and
member of tie Church
Croif and laid la the arm return to old ways and a continual' application of the moral habits."

of Hii mother?" Why dust I A J. D. A. Ills status Is that of a sinner councll'a "dialectic proccsa" to settled truths and laws Pope Paul then turned to
we stick to the original? and all he need to do w. the attitude at the opposite extreme .
ConwayWhen Is to repent and go to confes "Some might think that question with an emphatic styling It "((Inclll.r.
A As your question implies lion. there hat been too much talk negative, declaring: Ism" He pointed out Immedl.
there .It no mention in the rt of the council by many peapie ately, however that he was
Bible that Jesus was laid in Q. What must be done by "We cannot put the council not using the term "concfllar.
the arms of His mother when we make the Way cf a Catholic who has beea married and la many ways," h* aside Why For the simple ism" in its old sense of a
lie was taken down from the the Cross we may meditateon by a justice of the peace told those attending his weekly reason that the council, by Its theory about the Church'i

Cross. We are told. howexer any phase of the sufferingsand and who Is now divorced se general audience on December very nature li ai coat that highest directive authority,
that she was near the Cross death of Jesus, not necessarily that he may become a member > m 15. must endure "We allude rather" he

while Jesus was dying; and each station.on the event If the pictured devotion at of the Church a.111A "Is It not time to change "Wo say above all that It said, "to the state of mind of
wo naturally presume that Is not good or logical or 'eccleslal those who would subject to
she remained there until after helps us to learn better theloe He has never ceased to Daytona Knights give donation the subject hi asked. to adopt the attitudeof permanent discussion truths
of be member of the Church
our Saviour for and a ;
His death and sorrowfully assisted us The Pope replied to his those who are longing to re- and laws already clear and
with His burialOf causes us to love Him more let him repent sincerely and Raymond Wise, left, chairman of the board of established who would continue .
the 14 Stations of the In return it has served its go to confession.Q. directors of the Catholic Charities Bureau In Daytona the council's dialectic

Cross only hall are explicitly purpose, even though our Please tell me why there Beach and fiN Patricia N'eua executive At consecrations in N. Y. process, attributing to themselves .

mentioned in the Compels events thoughts related may stray from the la neter a sermon at a funeral secretary of the Bureau' last week accepted a the competence and
in the
There it no mention of His Gospeland :Mass any more, .r a donation from the Knlghta of Columbus pre.aented authority of Introducing their
linger on things which
meeting His mother on the probably happened! or might little talk. Catholic funerals by Daytona Beach Council No. 5422.: Mak- Bishops called source own innovating or subversive
way to Calvary but we may seem to be so cold these day s. principles In the analysis of
hale the Ia Grand E.
happened between the presentation Knight Joseph
well presume that the moth. the Catholic Church's
A. Now more than ever before dogmas
er of Jesus was with Him on practorium and the tomb there should be a sermon Huff man. of teaching authority statutes rites and spirituality

His way to Calvary, and that Q. Please tell me the status talk or homily at a funeral. In order to adapt its
Ho did fall from exhaustion ef a Catholic who has not rev It Is supposed to be MCW': YORK (NC) The Inching authority of the thought and its life to the

along the way. ceased the sacraments .f pen given after the Gospel; the Sharing our treasure Church aa embodied In Ito Blahopa la the true source In spirit' of the times."

spirit of the modem liturgy which to find "the will of Christ," the preacher at the After describing the attitudes .
practically demands It. as a consecration of two said here. toward the council
part of the liturgy ef the Entire family finds Biahopa which Catholics should avoid,
I JACKSONVILLE Word. way "From Christ and council it la evident that the the Pope spoke of the attitude

function of the Bishop ia to teach to rule and to eanrU- they should adopt

to Church at ChristmasI fy," laU Auxiliary ItUhop John M, A Frarns of New
Historic church to ba York on December 13. He said It consists of trying
his to Moran's to understand the council's
sermon Bishop
:EASTERLI N.G" PHARMACV'lUll P closed for roadway the "If there art areas today In ,uI'lallolwith the militaryand teachings "and to apply them

IIRIDGEPORT (:NCI The America 1 which l puzzled uncertaintyand spoke, of the role of conscientious within the working framework
.'\ "UU,",.. unlit generally Joyous Christmas dred million misty vagueness have befogged objectors of Christian life"
e.* I.,14 1." .11 c-e S....1.IN1 season was tinged with a note church or / Father the path of the world's "Hut there has arisen of
'rot eo54 ly "'''vp IwIMe W .... So pilgrims, it is became too He concluded by saying thai"concillsr
Nit ....... IK*. II HIM I/ln of sadness for Catholics here no late a new and different type
Mil MM.I SI m4au Sacred Heart church a landmark the God who ''Joha A. often the 'Itching ears' 01( of conscientious renewal la not
s a. IBriwl'.x ._.... will be closed December the Christ j"J 'O'Orln which St. Paul wrote art bent apparently objector that our unaware (measured se much by

21 and razed to make ay them, to the toward rumors and surmises, Defense Department Is our (chants, In customs or hi etit
for a new roadway. II ready to toward those whom Sty Paul Peace Department" ward criteria as much as In a
KYLE-McLELLAN INC. Bishop Walter W. Curtis of they but turn castigated as 'sowers of dissension (change of certain mental
Bridgeport will concentrate practical and falsehood rather Each: ef the two pew Rl hops I habits, of a certain Interior

FUNERAL DIRECTORS the closing Mass In the 80- low worship service of the than to the font of teaching, wore historic uilmrnli I Inertia, of a certain resistanceof
jresr-old church December 26 less Yet : Church In which the voice of truth. during the ceremony, < the heart to the truly Christian
.17 W. UN'ON STREET-JACKSONVILLE with Father Philip T. Morrissey. them and .... focus was on the altar "It Is In the teaching of the nishop Cooke wore the I spirit. The first change

EL l-3tU Continuous Service Sec.; I IIS4 present pastor and four Incorporated than on the pew On Church itself that the will of white vestments worn by and most Important ef all. Is

'former pastors of the parish. cal Body so the Episcopal: semi. Christ I Is found. And If the Pope r'lIl1 at his Mais la ,what Is ordinarily called conversion
t The state highway department Isis them with at Naxhotah, Wisconsin pilgrim li fatigued and ill, it Yankee Stadium during his of heart.
the church there Is because he has forgottenhis '
purchased were mar. October 4 visit to the United
Here I Is the .
and rectory in connection with men studying for the own limitation and neglected Nations They were given byPope
the real of ear CLEARWATERBetty
:t3 new road construction. The I felt I had a true the source" of sanctity Paul to Cardinal Spell

Holy See recently! approved) a They, not I. so I too enrolled and holiness man for use on special ore a- ,

merger of Sacred Heart rat Priests and '. We had daily "Mass," Bishop Fears preached at slims.

TWO FINE RESTAURANTS TO SERVE YOU lab and St George parish called upon confession and bene the consecration In M Pat Hlshop Moran wore the K. O'Brien
here share their on Sunday night white
rick's Cathedral .f Illiboe vestments worn by
H7I AtW( ll.d.' 1540 Aflame 110/ one." said ( theological studies were Terence J. Cools as IttnUrItlihnp Pope Plus XII when he was & Company I

Ifl.SS)2 )5 4S24 "must be Roman Catholic sources of {Ultima end sqtlll- consecrated by Pope Benedict Wl 5... 55. M l..lltwmu
JedtoitvilU, Fin THEHartley spiritual apart from disowning al any ItUhop of New link and XV In 114 In the Vatican and "..iIIKII

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own faith to ourselves Catholics tlUlsr bishop .r l tentarla and when he was consecrated' by
Open 24 He n J.ItyDEIHL 1110 KoBy Sfr.. to him who Is the American fI' auxiliary W.hop .( the Military Cardinal Pacelll later Pius
ignorant of It XII The same vestments I The J. O l.ndo c,., In*.
.cti.A.;ilU, FU.. 1SM790 of the Oxford Move Ordlnarist,
knos It whkh began in have ttniwilly been worn by OSARIU-
= You can do After ordination I dl.. Bishop! Cook*. 44, I. vicar new Bishops at consecrations RELIGIOUS ARTICLE
good .... wide differences. of general and chancellor of theN here since Cardinal Spelimanborame
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Ms The Florida Catholic, Friday, December M, 19R5 to"" '"'''''',u,n" ,,\" ''''''''nu" ,,'\'"'''' Academic council

Moore Bishop Kenny High School YOUTHPerpetual for ecumenical

JACKSONVILLE Students Congress, Representative Bennett
High School said that he still reads 1&'n'" ""n\'\\1.1.1.\\1.1.\1.\u.n institute formedNOTRE
and faculty Bishop I
ORLANDO A festive Kenny High School were hon.ortd every letter that comes into I\ IE (NO) A
mood pervaded the school Friday his office and the replies that Help Jesuit group of Roman Catholic, Orthodox
ba visit from Congressman out. ,
as the students preparedfor go Protestant and Anglican
the hOlidays. Several Charles E Bennett at an Concerning the high school High SchoolTAMPA High School theologians has formedan
songfests were held during assembly on December 10 pages who\ work in the Capitol academic council" for a
the day as free moments presented Representative Bennett cameto Congressman Bennettwas : Christmas a.Go- Tmr.On December 4, proposed ecumenical l institutefor
themselves and one of address the school and used happy to note that a Go was the name given the the Jesuit swimming team advanced theological
the teachers took a group of a< the subjects of his speech Bishop Kenny junior, Michael December 21 party sponsored won the Robinson relays for studies
his two books on the history Riley had been chosen Mike the second successive time in M lies-
students, led by four guitar Father Theodore
by seniors of the Our Lady of
of Florida! After his talk, will 8f'rveln Washington as it competed with
players caroling through the probably one year burgh CSC president of the
halls. The day ended with a Congressman( Bennett held a during May of 1966. Perpetual Help AcademyHigh five other city high schools University of Notre Dame
brief question and answer School, writes the school The swimmers placed first in
Christmas program In the The Florida Placement Testis said the council was formed
Heldrlch Center period given to all\ high school seniors reporter, Car m e n Caltagirone four events, reports Tom in response to an invitation
At this program the football In his speech, writes JoAnn each year Forty-two and a faculty member Doyle lie added: from the International Federation
awards were presented Curl, school reporter, cur Bishop Kenny students scored came dressed as Santa Claus. Jesuit's Don Taylor receive of Catholic Universities,
Coach Harold Nelson praised guest enumerated the qualities over 450: ed the honor of being namedto which was entrusted bv Pope
he felt most necessarv Music was by the Chessmen. the 1965 All Football
all team members The assembly Steve Brows, Stephanie City Paul \1I'Ith responsibility
was concluded with a for a successful public Amos, Helen Byrd, Kathryn I Five students inducted into Team. Ed Cimino made hon for initiating, the project. Father
Glee Club program, life He also urged all high Kothman Ellen Mlddlcton, the National Honor Societyare orable mention. Hesburgh was named
Friday also saw the distribution school students to use every Susan Woods, Charleen MeCotmlck Judy Gonzalez, Patty Jesuit dominated the Tam chairman of the academu
of the Miter, the school opportunity to Itl'their Patricia During Perfect test score Gonzalez, Jo Ann Cavalier pa Times All-Academic Foot council at its first meeting In
newspaper community as good citizens. Mary Dreschler! Mary Jo All- and Sylvia Fernandez, seniors -. ball Team as three of its Lake Como, Italy
After the general assembly of ; and Jo Ann Farina, junior players were eligible for the
Jane Danaher
red, Anne Carey Thayer Monsignor Mortimer president
The Hornet baiketball The ecumenical Instltut
celebrated the cloning sqnad IIf Jo Ann, editor ef the McFaihern: Jo Ann Curl, Bishop Kenny High School in Jacksonville, congratulate honor, They were: Lei Sumner for advaactd theological
Shield and Mkhapl Satfil Probationers selected were Gus Van Eeopoel and
Wheeler Doris Musseau
school! Saturday night as they Kathy one of his student for her perfect studies will be established at
student body president, interviewed Roman Ruiz, Sandra Njirick, Charles Bisbee.
Musial Susan
Dorothy ,
brought!: home their sixth the congressman He Nsvfield.! Donald Healey, Dennis acore of 495 in the recent Florida Placement Test Delia Aguirre, Elena Cifuentes In the Tampa Catholic National Jerusalem, Jordan.

straight Hornets victory.beat The the Lake-undefeated went Into more detail concerning Scobie, Larry Butler, Vernon Peter Palermo and Chris Foensic League meet, It will provide established

Mew Red Devils for the see- his recently! published Duncan, Dewey Whit- Mendl sophomores Jesuit did well scholars and postgraduate
beek "Laudonniere" The mire I Charles Tremoulet, films students with\ a program of
end time this season with the New Academy of the
core of U- t Senior Steve book Is a history of the found- Keith Canty, Joseph Alfred, common theological research
Doraself, playing/ hit first foil Ing of Fort Caroline which Michael I Sateia, Kenneth Iflllnl MCMIIf M4 llmMilt If tile III a I In an atmosphere of prayer
eaton with the Hornets, led dates back to 15M It gains Barry, Michael Hagan, Philip Mrs 5',5I. C".II,. Iff" tsr MUM r-. Holy Names and worship. It will\ be fulh
he way In both storing and the title from Admiral Lau- Ghioto, Richard i Donelan, .. ecumenical in spirit and
rebounding., donmere, a Frenchman who Richard Ackermann, Thomas Clans A, Section I TAMPA The National structure, Father Hesburgh
wan an important figure In Fechtel, Frank Gray, Jerry Forensic League held its annual said
(Morally\ unobjectionable
'Tie Paramedics held a par the settlement The Congressman \\eedon, John Kramer, Michael meeting on December 11at ...:.,.,:..: : Members of the academic
tftIr, the children at the donated a copy to the Browning, Steve for general patronage) the Academy of the Holy )",..,.:. .. council, in addition to Father
Orange County Foster )Horn school library Rogero, David Russo, Robert Rare Breed, The (Univ.) A .. '; Hesburgh, Include Father
Names, Tampa large number .
on Wednesday, December 22. As in his original speech Pippin, Daniels Conner, Stephen lC" t. : : / Yves Congar 0.P.j ef Strasbourg
The Christmas dance, aponnred the Representative noted that Suhier and David Car. Class A, Section IT of students from various France, Dr, Robert

by the senior class, li Father" Richard Bowles" a ter. (Morally\ nnohr.| rtionabl! schools In Tampa, Clearwater ? McAfee Brown, Stanford University
scheduled this year for Thursday faculty member at Bishop for adults and adolraoent) St. Petersburg, Tarpon : t : California' and Dr
December %7. Kenny, had helped him In Springs, and other surrounding ,' Albert Duller! Southern Methodist .
writing his second book, "s.t.tI..mnt Tampa Catholic Slender Thread, The (Para,) areas participated.The ,1.1; ,';:,I: :;,:; ;(!:.' .:rc'h/; : ) University Dallas

Daytona Beach ef Florida." ClaM A, Section III preceding day, under Trias
Even after 17 in the High SchoolTAMPA
years the direction of Miss June "'" \\t\\"\'"''''\"\t'"
(Morally unobjectionable
Martin, speech teacher and
Henri Rheon's for adult) Support
moderator of the NFL, an assembly -
PRINTING "Christmas on the Village That Man in Istanbul was held for the entire Your Parish
Letter Press end OffterCouchmiit Square was presented for the (Br.) (Col) student body. Present for the
Printing c. Mothers' and Dads' Clubs Liquidator The (18r.) (MGM I) occasion was Bruno Jacob, Holy Name Society

I. lI.fI.", |.." and also for the student body das RMorally National Forensic League secretary School wins national award """"",,,,,,,,,,,, 1.\\
CL 2.424 131 rvUanofioWOODS from Ripon, Wisconsin
by the speech class under the
r direction of Sister Clarence ( objectinnable In Mia June Valentl li pictured December 11, Daytona Beach
OP. part for all) :Mr Jacob came te present accepting for the Academy, of the Holy Names in

The gypsies were played by Tenth Victim, The Emb'iy) the school with a beautifol Tamps the national award for excellence in

_.......-. Fuel Oil Company ln,. Claude Hite, Ellen Donovan Objection: Suggestiveness: in plaque excellence, a national In speech.award for upeech. Making the presentation U Bruno Jacob, Welcome Travelers
asussoo ...\ Dial 252-1522 Patricia Gillooly! John Burger costuming, dialogue! and National Forensic League secretary from Ripon, Furniture
"MI POOO, ; Far Instant Hot Don Booth and Marie situations adds unnecessary This recognition is given Wisconsin Perch t4 Patio Seea'thei:
J wNrdaVep INe : Perrone. The singers were sensational dimension to for amassed points and is Rattt Wrought Iron
e UNtmv PltCID.' under the direction of LanyJo this satirical comedy seldom given before U years Aluminum

'.-...... Furniture leads Smith, CINa rt.... of participation In the NFL. TV reviews I11Qf I Highway. I OrmefiJ teach
However through hard work program
Greeting Cards ,
N The annual Christmas to- (Condemnedii ) and the direction of various 65 religious events -i -
LLOYD COX venues content held at the
Arademy ef Holy Names In \\ :Maria (n'r.) (U A.) moderators Including Sister NEW: : MRK (M') A one- FURS REICHERT
Office Supplies Tampa on December 11 was Obiection: On the surface this Rose Mary. Sister Philip hour special broadcast review BaggeH-Mclntojri, by
CL 3-3471 attended by 17 Tampa Cathe- film may appear to he :Mary Sister Frederick Joseph ing major) religious news. Inc.F"n..1 Mint Stoless..N.srrwsue.sww
(III North bath Street lie students.Overall merely an exercise In ribald MIMI Geraldine Long stones of 15 will be presented
Miss Barbara and the Director
comedy which needlessly Scully January 2 from 10 to 11
Daytona leech Port OrangeATTONA nl PI a a.n a_
moderator Miss Mar.
awards won by the present
makes light of promiscuityand a m, EST: on the CBS television -
I 9. Thomas Auto Radio school were first In dramatics occasionally lapses into tin, the students reached the networkPamela ,

Sales and ServiceWe Lany Jo Smith, Shirley suggests: 'eness. required number of points- llott director of religious
M C weeMar M..a Inn Munlz and Sybil Barnes, second Closer examination, how., It has taken them 14 broadcasts for CBS Itclien an4 American Feed.

o5.oils 1.nMM Mw/e Only m Repair HI inei Radios In dramatics Patricia ever, makes one wonder years, a record time News, said, the program will Open i '.M. 'ti II P.M.
arc mow mil Serrano and Fredl Smith; limit the purpose of an ob. Following the presentation include films and videotapes
V. aA h. 5,5'. .Mill* ,.nt.... MlMK third in humorous Claude musly, recurring elementof the members of NFL gave a ef the vied of Pope Paul VI a", lnquet Facilities
," ,Mps.aaace a.N1Icnqu.t Hite, Ellen: Donovan and religious ridicule Is this puppet show \ltdhUntml'r: to the United: Mates: the major doted Monday*
-lit Cherl Rowe; first In oratorical ridicule of the Ijitin American Night's Dream," decisions of the final sessions M.I'L..K.r.'Gut..1I
II JEANSKNIT -Reena Raggi; second in Church intended to be a Miss June \alrnll. she had of the !\I''ond'atl<'an SAN REMO
oratorical Yolanda Yap ; subtle attempt at an and- Council the
: increasing par.tlclpatlon
received the( award, (thanked
FacilitiesAvertible SHOP third-Joann Young; second Catholic theme' Ridicule, Mr Jacob for coming le the of churchmen In Wunde Wee RESTAURANT
.. .. in extemporaneous Cer though an effective propaganda demonstrations for civil I UfO SO. IIDGEWOOD
t..0.a THI IIMItil \cadrmy and urged the tie-
Up .. 400 Persons k 5.5111 '.,.... a rtM vone; third-Tom DcBor and. device, Is not the instrument dents te continue te ,artkl- rights, the mergers and es 114 North leech St.
Ronald Batty; third In original CL 2-1357
of unbiased, fair ploratmns toward mergers of Phone 2SS-M7
In this wonderful(
pate organisation.
-Jojce Aaron, third In debate
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Interviewed Sevra<< The Horid Gtikolic, Friday December: 2-, 1JGS

'Apostolate of :..'.:.:':..; 'I, "." '.>"''i.. ..... ..... Holy Father calls for

anti-Christian criticism'declared r ': 'it\;;;;\'! ,;. ';'ti: 'operation Christmas'VATICAN II

CITY (NO) In ourselves the true conceptof
MADRID (XC) Alfredo Cardinal r.uI1 said her that Christmas both
OtUviani waa dlnal Ottavtanl the answer Pop of the historical
quoted ben u declaring that "Cathohca-l'rieaU or lay. was: restoration of the true meaning fact of the Incarnation
men who feel themselves of Christmas will be the and of the mystery of Christ's
called to( the apostoiate of "Yes yes, yes dialogue 1 K KAt Kr
I criticism are carrying out a dismal mission, Indeed &Ii a beautiful word. I like tt. first step In realizing the renewal birth Then we Till endeavorto
aatl-Chriatian one." State' the truth ia the press. ) of Christian We called celebrate the feast wen

The secretary of the \'atkaD'1 Congregation for the Say w* had a dialogue"Tbs for. by the ecumenical council. Christ and in. faith and union with

Doctrine of the Faith the former Holy Office *_._._ Cardinal was cited as The Pope spoke to crowds "May the thought of "peace
further cited u saying that being displeased by charges gathered In St. Prter'i Square always be for ui and for all
provide t remedy. it recently made ia western
criticism Only
give .
way en the first Sunday (December men the proper greeting of
caa speak or wnt the Europe to the effect that torn
to reliance on the hierarchy ea U) following the council'sClose. Christmas"
which manner o( remedying the defects Priests and Catholic organizations
will .
provide of the Church, whether art la danger( turning
remedies "with meekness, in Its internal organisation or communist T. criticise, or 111. council U finished. Its peace appeal
goodness, effectiveness and in the person of its Priests. to frighten the faithful with happy conclusion was celebrated featured In TV film
a spirit of truth." dangers which err alleged right her In this
'Those wk criticize MWcoBfatioa square. h* laid.
H. was alto credited with sad pre,'tit Ue more than true or which ar* "Put you will not be displeased Charles I). CWee, chairmanof
saying that white the Rides superficially II.l J It. ia for
word W Gad Inmbelag! beloved sons, if we publicity the Diocesan
of For biddes Books U being spread," Cardinal OUatlaalsaid. truly dismal And one single are compelled U speak of It Council of Catholic Women
reformed. "U will never due case proves nothing"Father for a long time to come. In reported this week that during
appear.' Roig brought upever fart we shall discuss it again the holidays, a televised
And h. was laid to deny "They. are like bad children criticism meted out and more completely.. documentary entitled "The
charge that communism ia who publicly expose the against Catholic Priests and Fourth of October" win feature .
inflltratiag\ tile Priesthood and defects of their mother .with laymen who }oliwd last Slating that the council the visit of Tope Paul VI
certain Catholic organiza- the mistaken hope that because spring in a wtrt'i dialogue "signifies the reaiwal of to the United Ptations. Co*
tioni, and to de/end Priests of this she .will Improve with manlsts. lie said the St. Charles, Orlando Christ ;* 'f.h.* saM suit local listings far the

and laymen who engaged in herself and that by their discrediting C&nflDall'ft'llt1!: Christmas. presides the first time and date of release locally .
a dialogue] with manisu last her, others will think "Those who criticized them bits Harry OemcM preMent of Ing VonaljTior Charles A. Bartok, left crasUsi tr UI* "' 11..1.'OrtratIM 1 .d\1... the NCCW bulletin

spring. them better children and her did wrong. W* aep* they did the St. Chartea Pariah Council and pastor and Father John Bluett asklstant Christmas' Mrs. CoiN receirad.

The attribution t. Cardinal a better mother." tot do so in bad faith. Thot John S. Lriteh, president of the Holy pastor, at the annual Chtiatmaa must be for us a Job well doneIn The film of widespread Interest .

Ottaiianl' were made by h. "Thost who have something who took part ia tilt dialogue Name Society represented all mem- party. the council's spirit of renewal concerns Pop Paul's
Madrid Catholic fellow. to say should hate recourseto knew perfectly] wen how to here of St. Charlc Church in thankU ," ha stated plea for rear*. The documentary .

!.( aa aaoffieial daily UUrvtew, be the hierarchy," Ya quoted conduct themselves and I am .7.e.u.. .,.., -_-. -......_.. w......._..... was prepared' for tee
the Cardinal as saying. "Th.bIrarrll1 sure that their! behavior was leaM by the UN at this
gate Father Rounds RWg will provide. And R exemplary. They were persons Christmas ...n. It was offered

SJ.Th wfll) do so with meekness of proven spirit! l kQtcUi- Florida Times-Union draws U.S. prelate named to TV stations around
the country. It win recapitulate .
Interview was compared goodness .RKU Ntn and a genet and prndeace.I .
immediately to spirit of truth. The hierarchy the arrival of the Holy

given Pedro Ya early Arrnpe last fall SJ by, one Father the. furthermore, a remedy Is "there to pro'Ide graces* bats.wU treat hat telM Inspires. ta the all attention to St. Augustine nuncio to Malta tofctquarter father In the and United, his Nstions address

Priests wb ..*. at rttrt t. to the assembled' aaUona.
new superior general of the Ya said that while Cardinal try .. bring closer to the .WKSOXULLE The the deftnlboa of the physical
Jesuits. Father. Arrupe had Otta>iani pointed out that hisconversation Church thoie who are separated Florida Tima-Unton, duly configuration of the cathedral.The VATICAN CTTT (NC) Amrriran-born. Archblih-
declared that 'It Is Intolerable with Father op Martin J. O'Connor baa been named the first apostolic
doe to their ewe Ideologies. newspaper here, has featured editorial concludes: ORLANDOWINTER
that any defect of the Roig was not an official statement nuncio to Malta.Archbkhop,
All *f them know the the Church hi Florida "The shape and meaning of
Church however real should the Priest was authorized O'Connor w ill continue in !his office of
Just and wise seams *f the things aa mho of religious
and in the nation in an editorial
be broached publicly by In. to publish it: "Say Pope, and aaduubtedly. they values' l lead always back to president of the Pontifical Commission of Communlcamunlcations PARK
ditiduals or crimps, regardless that these things were ..1cI1a linked to Christmas .
loll them. T* criticize them !him whoso birthday Christendom lions Media and will con
of the good: win they the course of a pleasaat roe U tort Christlaa. The main editorial on De Is preparing to celt- Unue to live In Rome.Dependlag media secreUriate .
might' hate." \enl hOD." amber 18 said" in part: brats,' which drafted the ( &- House
Cardinal Ottavlant.' according When" Father nol, asked, As t* the Index of Forbidden "Work on refurbishing the on circumstances tree on communications media
to Ya. had this to uy: "Do rot want me to uy that [Boots the Cardinal was Interior *f the old cathedralIn he will tint Malta, a approved by council Fa e f Beet
"The hierarchy is there to it was a 'dlalo gw' with Car. oted as satire: "H is till St A.(u tme. now in progress 'Columbia' lauds Mediterranean Island nation Users December 3, 111I'3. lie is
expresiion of the will of the by coinciding with the which is part of the PntUh a consultar of the Congregation

Church on a particular problem celebration of Christmas directs editor Commonwealth, several for the Propagation of the V
ORLANDO-WINTER PARK and as such it will aever atleatloa. to the rich retiring times a year, Faith and of UM Congregation
I .
disappear )It Ii being reformed symbolism. to be found in NEW UN'EN (1NO-) Co- As MneU I* the sew ..Mlioa .f Seminaries and Universities. VI IT Ir.a..a..e.ura.
There will prob- cathedral" architecture much lie was Also president .fUw
himbia. the largest Catholic which N4'..' laaVpendral la WT STEAK.. .
aMy be a change la tile way concerned with ecumenical' council's commute
If It directly monthly the Vnited States, IK4. ArrhfcUh-p OT'wuiwwill
errirn stresses BILL BARDOE the Church makes aaowa Its Christmas for press relations the ON A SKEWIRI
the story. has honored Its retiring\ editor lie den W the dipluraaltc
rise apnea caucus(.etareearAli. corral FORD FACTORY DEALER Judgment Of books found un- mi* Mace *f Uw Ancient %y making him the first corps arrredlled .. the gvernmeat governing body. af the council tafaf) < c.rIssued
lraKMeablf.H and Ma cathedral In the \ press efface.Herman Ova
City KnlghU of Columbus executl la the Maltese capital
amass srrrins
.a an,* tacos On tile subject) of Spa 1ft, aaUon's religious W* will be >.e to be featured on its of Valrtta TV* Open H.. M
SCHOOL atrruisacLttrt NEW CAR DIAL Cardinal Ottaviaa was citedas told la The Cress la tha cover. J. H.idrfch : irts Ph. 466.1321 saying that It cam contribute Lard' a new religions historyby Malta has named PhilipPutlictno iL..t.w.d If" aw.l.
W. H..,. M \ toward the progressive the Rex Michael V Cao- The January Ia.*. pictures as Its ambassador to & SontIfWWt ....- 5Y.e el-e wnrn.a
J.ha It, henehee 1If1.".. the the Vatican. eN MI __ .....- -..4e
BRADFORDS'Stationers.lnc. 541w Sees ; Idea of the Church as It Is con hisUrian W the PIot-,.. .r..r ewe.e
m t "a artt cud real l rents af Ms e. .... M nsmtl35NMII
t.A.w great Catholic nation, a W St AugutUA. t* be pub- Archbishop O'Connor, come '
St. Q.,4ea true hope and reality of the hushed tmorrow December career as ed..rt All ait, minting on Ms appointment, ....... ......" 1JU1SDISftATfD"c.

"I Church. It) by th. University of rlori-\ Ups, ace December. INS said: "I am deeply touched

110 rM A... Swill Finally, tilt association of da Press. Father CMAOD'S In paying tribute to Mr. that the Holy Father. has ,honored ..".. ,Iot'.'. only
Unea and Priests Iaoes as newest work traces the development Donahue for his Contribution! m* .In appointing m* hisreprMentaUv ,

Phone Ml 4.77)1 Ns'\iTs flit CU'- Opus Del was praised. for of ChrUtlanily in to the magazine for almost to the very FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOMEOur
Wirier f.4 "carrying Cut 5 great aeres- ,Avwrkra from its beginning four decades, Columbia editorial Catholic! nation of Mang"Dan
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J4 a .vr., _. .., J Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, December %t, 19&"

Bishops'role of teaching AI

i. Allegany province opens

stressed at consecrations # wP'?* t ,,*

t y. l"1.. headquarters in Tampa

(CntlMnl (ri. pin Ml) papal chamberlain in 1948 op John F. Deardon of Detroitwas (CHtltMl One Inn MM) for every religious Sister -

continue to serve the Bishops and a domestic prelate in consecrator.The Wr, s ar,., r + day ". let your disciplinebe namely to consecrate herself
of our country in forming a 1954. new Bishop, named known to all men." completely and irrevocably to

Christian social conscience Earlier this week, in Detroit titular Bishop of Tepelta on This would suggest, he said, the service of the Master
with respect ," public, policy, October 21 VI "paying tribute on this oc.
I another consecration by Pope Paul through a life of preservinglove
so that strength can serve canton to the discipline of religious -
was the personal secretary of and continual self-disci
raised another prelate .I r
ignorance, and thus bring the ceremony
the late Edward Cardinal life of the Allegany pline."
fruits of the to to the episcopacy
Franciscan Sisters.
Mooney Some of the guests pres'nt"ere
all mankind." Bishop Joseph M. Breitenbeckwas
A native of Peoria, Illinois, consecrated the third Two former classmates of "Their discipline has been Abbot Marion Bowman,
Bishop Tanner, 60, was or auxiliary: of Detroit. Archbishop the new Bishop participated known to the people of Florida St Leo Abbey; Father Joseph
dained a Priest of the Mil Joseph P. Burley attended Auxiliary Bishop Gerald V. since n:7 and in other Beaver S.J., president of
waukee archdiocese in 1931. both consecration ceremonies.At McDevitt of Philadelphia, and parts of the U.S.A. and In Jesuit High School, Tampa;
Auxiliary) Bishop John A. other countries for more than Father Vincent Duffy S.D,B".
He came to the NCWC in 1941
as assistant director of the Bishop i Breitenbeck'sconsecration Donovan of Detroit, co-conse- 100 years through their nursing superior of Mary Help of
in Blessed Sac s
youth department and became crators.An In hospitals and their Christians School for boys,
rament Cathedral, Archbish- and Ortho- and other of the
director of the department in Episcopal: an teaching in schools. clergy Tampaarea.
dox Bishop, each dressed in .
1942. his own distinctive vestments, "Theirs has been a disci.
In 1945 he was named assistant held Remend !Mother Joan
Requiem have not
had places of honor in De pline of love. They
general secretary of troit's Cathedral for the ceremony merely imparted knowledgein Marie, Superior of the Franciscan .
the NCWC and in 1958 became the first time in history a classroom or administered Order was present and

ference.general secretary He of named the con for Bishopof that non-Catholic prelates of St. John Lateran basilica" in Rome medicine in a sick room. the Franciscan Sisters ef the
was a
Detroit were seated in the They have given of them. southern pmlnce representing

sanctuary with Catholic Bishops The picture shows the Basilica hr wy of tire Her feast is observed These included the fourth century selves literally a part of North Carolina, Georgia,
Bishops plan Scranton at a Catholic consecration of St. John Lateren, on December 27 foundation of a hospital their own lives," he contin Florida and Jamaica, West
ceremony whore t famous Mint changed St. Fabiol did public penance for which she personally 9.tho.d ued. Indies. There were also present .
SCR.UNION (NC) A Requiem for her sins in the sight ofall in the sick from the alleys "Through their religious Sisters from the various

Europewideorganization Mass for Bishop Rome, standing the whole of Rome. It was an historic moment vows of poverty, chastity and Religious communities of the

Jerome D. Hannan of Scran- of one Holy Saturday among ai this was the first Christian obedience they have sacrificed Tampa area.

ton 'was offered on December Teachers at odds withdismissed the penitents in the atrium of public hospital in the a legitimate life of happiness Also present was the benefactor .
the Lateran. She was clad in We.t. and success in the world of the house
22 in St Peter's cathedral sack cloth with ashes sprinkled (In 395, Fabiota renounced the for the souls Christ has called and its provincial

LONDOV (NT) -John here by Archbishop John J. St. John'sBROOKLYN on her head, and it is said the world and Journeyed to Pal... them to sanctify Miyares. Mr property Miyares Joseph is a

Cardinal Hcenan of Westminster Krol of Philadelphia. sight of her moved Bishops, tine as a religious. However, "In imitation of their great prominent, lifetime residentof

has disclosed that the Bishop Htnnan, 69, died in (NC) St.; John's University was in Prittti and people to taart. her last four years were spentin model St. Francis," he said, Tampa and is active in
Catholic Bishops of Europeare the news again with the boll Rome December IS of a mas- was one of th* most illustrious and private charity including In to life
making plans to create a a special way tions.
dozen teachers. Father Jose T. Cahill C.M.
site' heart attack. He had been ]ph presidentera of Rom. the foundation of large humility
continental organization to woman a of penance, poverty and Mother
: Mary Luclan 0 S P ,
of St John's, said the teach were fired by the board
which they would all belong. attending the Second Vatican Fabiola now became a model hostel for poor pilgrims. It wet virtues which, asfVl'ry newly appointed provincial

The so common market"* was decid- and entered Rome's Salvator The university has about of New York's City University poor, practiced great austerity, St. Jerome tells us that within a generous manifestation the guests to the convent
ed upon during a meeting of Mundl Hospital on :November 13,000 students at campusesin predicted the strike a n d devoted her enormous year it "became"known from of discipline of self blessing and solemn opening
European Bishops in Rome in 17. rooklyn and in Jamaica. would close down St. John's.Mr waalth I to works of charity. Parthia! to Britain. "This Is the Franciscan way of the St. Joseph province.

late November. It was revealed ..,. John's closed for the Kugler said the Central of achieving the ideal held up The other two provinces of
by Cardinal Heenan duringa Monsignor Joseph A. Mad holidays on December 15. Dismissal Labor Council of New York the Allegany Franciscans are
talk he gave at the English den, chancellor of the diocese, notices were receivedby has promised its support to Vatican Radio asks the northern province Holy

church of San Silvestro in who went to Rome by planea teachers by special delivery the strike and would urge cooperation Trinity, with its provlncialate
Rome, as reported by Lon few weeks ago to be with letters the next
day by other unions, including at Alden New York, where
don's Catholic Universe.The the Bishop, accompanied the those of maintenance the Mother Provincial is
body, flown from Rome on "In accordance with stand Will conquest
personnel and food handlers. space Mother Mary Viator O.S.F
Ordinal laid Bishops December 18. ard university practice, nether
from the English speaking Bishop Hannan was born in the reasons for the actionnor Settlement of the dispute and the middle Atlantic provo
nations of the world had also would depend on "immediate ince Immaculate Conception
Pittsburgh in 1896. lie studiedfor the Identities ef the persons
formed a joint consultative the Priesthood at St. Vine Involved will be discussed restoration of the fired teach. lead to world ? with its provincial! at

body. cent's Seminary, Latrobe, publicly," Father Cahill ers to their teaching positions peace Haddonfield, New Jersey, and
where Mother Man Concep-
std ; the granting of tenureto
He said this latter group and the Catholic Universityof ta 0.S.F. it Mother Provin
America, Washington. lie faculty members; and VATICAN CITY (:NC) The space rendezvous by pose of these extraordinary ,
would be called St. Paul'sConference lie sent to all faculty members "academic freedom," including cial.
was ordained in 1921, did pas. American astronauts Vatican Radio to investments of intelligence,
and would issuea a letter saying a "self- departmental determination prompted comment The vice province Is In Brazil
toral work in the Pittsburgh energy and the powers of organization
quarterly bulletin.1Englishspeaking. diocese, and was vice-chancel study program" at the university of curriculum, election of that It is no longer a question of man (conquering the of the space enterprises .

( Bishops lor there from 1934 to 1939. He is "proceeding apace, department heads by depart- universe technically, but of whether he will "reach that which follow closely on The three provinces and tin-
from many nations have already despite the distractionsthat vice-province with a mission
served on the faculty of( Catho- many ment members, the right of moral maturity which will make his technology! into an one another and require astronomical
created a committee have arisen over the past faculty organizations to operate g. in Bolivia consist of approximately
lic University and was its instrument of well expenditures."Man .
whose task it is to oversee a several months""Several anda being 1200 Sisters.U. .
translation of liturgical textsto vice-rector from 1951 to 1954. on campus, and lasting peace." human body the powers of intelligence would like to know
changes the faculty "voice" in setting
be used in all their countries lie was consecrated Bishopof faculty," said Father among Cahill, "basic policies" of the university The editorial comment (December for : are by now taken their purposes. Even stupen S. Bishops in Rome
Scranton on September 21, granted. dous like
new conquests
.) 16)) said Genesis and :yesterday's
"were undertaken by the according to the
The English Cardinal said 1954. board of trustees in line with union spokesman. the history of yesterday'srendezvous "Cosmic enterprises till outline a vision of hear American linger

the European organization their responsibility to maintain The chairman of the accreditation reveal above all greatly attract the Interest ef the future as a problem ROME (NO: The fifth-

would be formed without regard Dinner Invocation, St. John's as an institution commission of the the superiority of human intelligence man but no longer astonish "Science a a d technologyare : century church of Santa Sabina -

to political boundaries, 'bless him who steals' which is at once both Middle States Association said over space thus him. They are takeri for Instruments in the hands became a concert hall
and that Bishops from East. Catholic and dedicated to the group's executive comlt- confirming the first lines of granted. shortly before the close of the
ern Europe would belong. It KALISPELL, MontanaNC achieving the highest levelsof tee would discuss the situationat the Bible which tell of man's of man. They can become Instruments Vatican Council when a young
would be purely consultativein (: ) Father Edward Mc- academic excellence" St. John's at a meeting vocation to dominate the "They no longer: Inspire .r( ruin or a springboard American soprano sang for
nature and would meet Cowan's invocation at testimonial earth. dreams of liberation or hopes
once a for the achievement of the Bishops of the United
Father Cahill scheduled Albert
spoke sharply for January 25.

twice to discuss "The of technical of a fabulous future.'
or a year dinner here for Los triumph higher and more dignifiedway States.
of those who come to the Meder, dean of Rutg..rsUnJvl'rlity .
common problems. Angeles Dodgrr speedster university "at odds with" or said the commission progress, the resources of the "Man inquires into the pun of life.\ Joan Marie Moynagh of
He said plans are being Maury Wills was short, to the Worcester sang classicalarias
"in open conflict with" its objectives. probably would ask St.John' '
made to hold the first meetingin point-and a real eyebrow. The problem Is no longer in the stately basilica
lie said they are at. for a report or sendan
Paris The second meeting lifter Shortstop! Wills, who tacking the foundationon Inspection team there lie Wants laws used to curb whether or not man will succeed where St Dominic celebrated
be held In London. holds very in conquering the universe
may the major league recordin which the Mass later she sang a medley -
university and expressed concern that "this
According to the Catholic stolen bases, heard Father technically. of Irish songs in the ad.
its ideals based of
are type dispute might reflecton internal threats U.S.
Universe, the spiritual care M c G o wan intone: "Bless the integrity of the Institu to The problem' is whetherman joining library.
of migrants and tourists will those who are gathered here Citing "significant results"of will or will not reach The occasion was a reception
be among the first subjects tonight. Bless the food that the university self study, CINCINNATI (NC) A professor, of church hia- that moral maturity which given for the American
discussed by the European has been put before us. mess such as Increased faculty salaries St. John's University board tory has laid here too many Americana fail to take seriously will make his technology into hierarchy by the Dominican
prelates. him who steals." restructuring of the of trustees is composed of the threat of totalitarianism whether communist or an instrument of '\I'ell-bI'lnl Order whose headquartershave
__ __ n_ board of trustees, and plans 10 men, seven Vincentiansand and lasting peace. This Is a been at Santa Sabina
for a university senate to be three laymen who were right, he said, may leave the question to which it Is not possible since Pop llonorius HI assigned -
established in the coming named for the first time In Dr. Franklin H. Llttell of
TAMPA door open to violent revolution. to give an answer at the it to St. Dominic in
semester, he charged that late October. The laymen area the Chicago Theological Seminary present' -but only a wisji." 1219.
such developments have been banker, a lawyer and a real told a luncheon group,
'hampered by the harassing tor.
INSURANCE tactics of a small, non-representative Faculty discontent at the sponsored last week' by the Just Published!

Fire Auto Life ,Hem or Business group" university came to light in Cincinnati committee for civic Father Gannon's Long -Awaited

HENRI A, MONTEAU The United Federation of March, when some 200 teachers responsibility, the two extremist

(Ji' ) MORELAND-OLIYER-MONTEAU, INC. College Teachers, which has walked out of a faculty Ideologies "art possible History Of The Early Church In Florida:
)) Western Union Building 72 members among the uni meeting. This was followedby only where religion has
Phone 22-im Tampa, Florida versity's faculty, has called a a rash of student and faculty become degenerate and politics .
strike for January 3, the first protest meetings. has become apocalyptic
school day after the Christ. Later, the board of trustees and messianic" THE CROSS

mas recess authorized formation of a It Is the business of the

F. T. Blount Co. Union president Israel Kug- Faculty Planning Council to churches and synagogues h.
advise the board. Its 100 memo said to "isolate and either reclaim .a IN THE SAND

FUNERAL bers were elected by the faculty or expel"' those who
Liturgy The council adjourned In the adopted totalitarian
14M2II) TAMPA 237-JM August. None of its recommendations Ideas. :
JA feudy Catholic CJwMlr
were adopted by
lato January "And It Is the business .r(
the trustees' according to
CII\RLOTTK (NC) The council members.An the citizenry ta build a bodyof 9n 31o\ida, 1813. 1S70witti
Catholic Liturgy Congress for effort was made to reconvene law that "destroy\ totalitarian

the Southeastern United I t the council December forms before '%lolriw on Epilogue from 1170 to If(5
States scheduled here for Jan but the university refused becomes necessary," h* said. .....,-- "'-

Of The Names uary 27 to 29 Is the kind of to permit It, saying t h e Dr. Llttell pointed out that
meeting needed to spread understanding council had ceased to exist both communist and fascist The University Of Florida Press Announces:
Resident and day school for girl Grades ono to twelve Fulvaccredited. of the liturgy, according when it adjourned in August have no use for genuine
Program includes: college preparatory and general to .Father John J. MeEneanl'Y Word of the firings drew groups discussion, consensus or "This Is One Of The Most Remarkable
courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sitters of the Holy president of the "
charges from spokesmen for compromise, but I Insist i on Stories In Florida's 400.Year History.
Names 3319
Bayihor Tamp, Florid Liturgical Conference Washington "
dissident faculty e;mrnli wh' "black or answers.

Theme, D.C of, the congress will said the cancellations were lie criticized the '.a rr 0- 91Lutwtad Udk tO Au Did WafU, SAthAii .M 1 Ielo4lap.kL
meant to silence pretexts with which extremists
be "The Parish: People of
Retident and day school for girls, on shores of btautilIllo'* God at Worship" freedom about policies, salaries.1, tenure academic and assault"facelessness"our institutions of their,"anon-the Partial Contents IMMEDIATE DELIVERY!

Worth. Grades on. to twelve Fully Accredited. Now Build Father McEneaney said the .
ings. All sports, music art, dramatics. Directed by Sisters of Liturgical Conference has allegedly.( Mntentlaa automatic rrlf.tJIn placement )mous attacks on those 'who TV* F* M&>4 of f*>e FH. s
St. Dominic. For catalog addreu: Registrar. become increasingly convinced disagree with them, and their TV* Hand Martyrs S4
any position at the aaherslty. efforts to undermineconfldl'nce
ROSARIAN ACADEMY WEST PALM BEACH that regional type meetings "cynical in American lead- The "GU A,." *f *. _____ ____-=-_____
are precisely what Is needed s--" Msaiesc rwra" nM. Caw. t. 0. s, sui' own n.-i.'

if popular liturgical under. Father Joseph T, Tinnelly ership. Darhveri... of Hey Cbu.h .* sad ( )'co,...'.. *l THE CROSS
ORLANDO WINTER PARK standing is to be a reality in C,M former dean of the law Fascists In the U all.I 4 &.gS..h Ha'aViTV : IN THE SAND at $4fS "k.Acoaus .
the American Church school ho was reassigned to Slates believe they caa resist 'lri'"h in Florida
Father Eugene Walsh S S., the university last spring remmiulut tyranny only *y rVbUm *f Owrt and '54,4 _. --

of M. Mary's Seminary Baltimore after campus protests by students becoming cwsplraten the..m- St... __ _. _._- __

e e will conduct a special' and faculty and is now selves C.seic Uf '. Key crrr. lurt ..4 tf __ _____ _
l le session for Priests special' cxmsel to the boardof
on preaching
Wet **4 '** cola ._ _
the homily. Ada Bethune, trustees' said the holiday Thus ""treason feeds oe TV. Church m It. -
e liturgical artist, ,,11dllC'uu\ firings were "nothing unus treason Dr. IJttell said Gvl war _Was CHIOS MTAai TO last *lOe4 OtMOUC
new art forms for reformed ual." "Now lithe Urn to act" h.

liturgy Dismissals "In the courseof declared ""hiJ. the malabody
"ALL OURCUSTOMERS Religious leaders of cither a year could run 11 high as of citizens is still loyal" .0.-

ARE FIUIPIJ; faiths and their congregations 10 per cent of the faculty," he Failure to matt a "body of

WARM FRIENDS" have been Invited to attend said The faculty numbers law" that will effectively suppress U.YftIJ", ef F1orWa Prey w.
the congress. about 600. the radical left and

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