The Florida Catholic

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The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title:
Fla. Cathol
Place of Publication:
Orlando, FL
Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Creation Date:
January 4, 1963
Publication Date:
45 no. a year[<May 1, 1987-Feb. 6, 1997>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1939-]
50 no. a year[ FORMER <Mar. 26, 1982>-]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 44 cm.


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


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

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University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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ADA7571 ( NOTIS )
sn 83004577 ( LCCN )
0746-4584 ( ISSN )

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To Visit Schools \ '-3 wii at" I Offices for Brevard

This Semester

... And Beach
GAINSVILLEIeeti&g with Archbishop Joseph P. 'I 11A Daytona ;

Hurley in Gainesville during the Christmastide were Priestsof ; 0 .,.
?i .
the Diocese of St. Augustine who are engaged in the i A .

work of education on the secondary school level. Their main GAIl\'LSVIU..E-Monsignor Patrick J. Trainor, chairman of the Board of Cath

interest-at the December 27 conference in the Catholic olic Charities, announces the expansion of Catholic Charities Bureau offices in two

Student Center which serves the University of Floridawas key points on the East Coast. He said at a meeting of the Priests' board held with

the forthcoming evaluation of schools by Boston Col- ,Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley on December 27 at the Catholic Student Center in
lege. Three top educators will evaluate grade and high VOL. XXIV, No. 10 Orlando, Florida, Friday, January 4, 1963 Ten Cents Gainesville, that the Charities board will open two new offices one to serve Brevard

schools from ,._..., County and one in Daytona
January .rvoye." ?*'',.. r.ks .Y y: i, a e: In October, 1962, will be execu-
through March, it was 1?; !j : f:,; i Beach. Both new Catholic tive secretary also of the Cath-

stated. t' Charities Bureaus will open olic Charities Bureau in Bre-

Father Mortimer Danaher t:.,,'" .S k e : '4 i on January 14, he said. vard County.Mrs. .
; The Board of Catholic Charities -
chairman of the Board of # S. Betty Nevitt who has
Catholic Schools of the Diocese of St. Au- work at Tulane
presided and done graduate
i ,. n l 5 r gustine brought before the
a d
placed before the group the and at Catholic Universities,
agenda for the meeting. meeting the annual reports and will assist Mr. Agllo at the

plans for 1963.It office which is to be openedon
Items included the work for
; was stated SCollection One In Eau
the U.S. Highway
spiritual development of that prepara- t '
I Gallie.
the r +
students; the need to alert : tions already
parents of the deficit spendingthat well She worked for the American -;
were underway -
Red Cross and for Catholic
exists in some areas; plans for the
for professional meetings in Charities In the Archdiocese of
annual appeal
1963 ,: Washington, D.C. ]
; a discussion of educational ? F5 I to be issued on

television and language labora- behalf of Catholic Mrs. Helen McGarrity,;
tory methods of teaching; the Bx t.'V Charities. I.SA.C.S.W.., has been

availability of scholarships to I The Orphans'must named executive secretary of
students when they complete will al.Rr.7ralaorbe the Catholic Charities Bureauin

High School education; and the l ;.. taken on February 17 this Daytona Beach.Previously ;

Boston College evaluation. e # year; the traditional Catholic Mrs. McGarrity

Much interest was evidenced xaxw, ::fl+ 3A Charities Sunday. was a member of the Charities

in the report that Father John J. Lenihan, Bureau staff in Jacksonville

while families! pay a set executive secretary of the and the territory she takes

amount for tuition at each of diocesan Board of Catholic over this month was once covered

the central Catholic High t Charities', announced the by Miss Kathleen Reilly

Schools, the annual opera names' 0 f professionallytrained executive secretary Catholic

tional) cost of the schools) per personnel who will Charities Bureau in Jackson-

student was far in excess of staff the new offices. ville.

the cost of tuition. Thomas J. Aglio, M.S.W., The construction is well
In this connection, Father f 4 n hOn A.C.S.W., executive secretaryof underway, it was reported to

Danaher reported the annual Y the Catholic Charities Bureau the Priests' board, of the

operating cost per student this HIGH SCHOOL PRIEST-EDUCATORS HOLD CONFERENCE DURING HOLIDAY in Orlando since it opened :Mater: Url manor and clinicin

year. (See table for his '
report -
December 27, Archbishop : and staff members of the In the system, Father Richard Daytona Reach.

). Joseph }'. Hurley con.ft'I'I't'cI diocesan Catholic High J. Bowles, Father Jose Papal Visit to Hospital I ICheers' The $350,000 Mater Del
Parents know, the Priest with Father M vtinier School system The conferS Oti, Father Jose Rulz, Father (Mother of God) structure will

pointed out, what they pay per Danaher, chairman of the ence took place 'in Gaines- Robert E. Farmer, Father open to serve aging persons

child for the student's tuition. Board. of Catholic Schools, ville. Above, the group posed' Victorio Aguera, Father who need clinical care and a

But they may not know the school presidents, officials! with Archbishop Hurley, Jaime Lara, Father Miguel Sick YoungstersROME home in their old age.

amount that still must be spent standing in the left foreground Garcia, Father Philip B. Hal. Progress reports were givento
by the schools to operate. The of the Priests on the stead, Father William Joseph,
need for upkeep and so on. the Priests at the board
cost, it was noted, varies with (NC) Sick youngsters at the Rome children's Hospital of the Infant
Pastors must continue to as- right. At his side is Father Father Terrell F. Solana, Father meeting in regard to the newly
the individual school and its sist the high schools that serve Danaher. Also in the pictureare William A. Hochhelni, Jesus responded enthusiastically to a second Cliristmas'visit by Pope John XXIII. Pope planned Morning Star Schoolsand
age and financial backing. Kelly John first visited the Christmas 1958 after his election to the
them, it was noted, and expan other school presidents, Father Christopher J. hospital on shortly the homes and clinics for

Operating costs are naturally sion of the schools also is a Father Patrick J. O'Carroll, Father Alberto Doce and papacy. Vatican at 11:45: a.m. and appeared urge all to refrain from the aged scheduled for Orlando
higher in the newer schools, it must. Father Brendan Lawlor, Father Father T. Desmond Finn. In This year the Pope spent at his! window overlooking dwelling in happy contemplation and Tampa in the future.
Joseph P. Moran, Father the background is the Nativity Christmas morning at the hos-
was pointed out. In addition, The Catholic School indeed
High ; St. Peter's square to on the joys of Christmas Father Lenihan told mem-
factors Henry J. Miron, Father PeterC. scene at Gainesville's University pital, visiting all the wards
that enter into a cost- represents a great sacrifice bless the thousands who had and to proceed onward with bers of the Priests' board that
Dolan, Father Bernard F. ,of Florida Catholic and then sitting with the children
account of the school's opera- on the part of parents, but gathered there despite the great :spirit in order to arriveat he would notify the different
tion include the enrollment, they are helped by the rest of Dittman; vice-)presidents, Father Student Center. The figuresin while presents were distributed heavy rain. its practical, personal and .social agencies in the new
James C. Fahey andFather' the set were given to the to them.
the number of lay teachers the parish and by other par- Pope JohA prayed and then social application" areas of operation for Catholic
Antonio Leon and student center last,
earning salaries the number of ishes in the provision of Catholic ...nlf'mbt. of the teaching; staff Hurley.Follow year' #]!yArchbishop :J..'L The Sovereign Pontiff was spoke bri{[lyM H.e,sUw, /hc. :..wjf & ybjlosppjtjcaj] study no i I Charities ol the opening dates..
.. the
at hospital its' *
Priests : ... greeted by
an.d..siters on much IIigb-Sch.dt education fof3DIOCKSAX ,
7- -- -
"' modernization
: -- -----_' everyone must be aware of the effort tf>r of orBETHLEHEM for regional offices in Daytona
II > lower salaries,:the climate, the Page 10 president Giullo 'Pacelli, .'a "intense sense of duty which : Page 10 I Beach and In Brevard County.
; nephew of Pope Pius XII. ...
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Invitation toChristmas', Christ As he toured the wards, t.V4..::.:. ..7.'t "" ;<:,,. :<; 5U
: I'
? :
Annual annual operNtlngitch the Holy Father asked the :. :; :
} 1 1'\c-llOul Operating ('Oltt Students COltt per :o tudf'ntCt'nt.l
children their names andag..s. ...
Called ',
CatholicClearwater' MeaningST. Smiling frequently, the :

$37,5.)0.00. 107 $3.10.93 Pope obviously enjoyed his .. & i ywa
Father Lopez AUGUSTINE Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, in chats. ,; f '

}).,)'tona UN'rh 62,7- .((1:1 212 2.0.1.) his Christmas sermon at the midnight Mass in his Cathe- Later, during the distribu- r. :.

dral of St. Augustine, emphasized the meaning of the Na- tion of gifts, the Pope again !" '
Ji"t'nny tivity of Our Lord and urged all to choose to follow the talked with the young patientsand Yp r l'f
Jacksonville 190O: (O,00 980 19:1.:1: : ''
Christ Child, "to heed the invitation which batters at your showed enjoyment as the ;-

Santa FeLakeland .JJi soul .. _.. .' youngsters exclaimed over 'S. ; ', r
brated while the Church is .
28OO4).00, 121f' 211.-10 ',, '"' S
their and asked
presents ques- : \
John P. Burns
Monsignor ,
marshalling all Her spiritualand -
tions about how worked. < "
Central Catholic Cathedral pastor, welcomed the they 't
moral forces in an ecumenical .
Melbourne' 3.RNI.)3! : N. 4:1.'i.-Ij; return of the Archbishop to the council. The :youngsters after recovering :; .. ,
Cathedral parish and to the from an initial awe '::!*:' .: .
Bishop) Moore This realization should help, ,". ..
Orlando U8,117'.7:1 Tar: 20L' : : Diocese of St. Augustine. In he said, to infuse us with greater at the Pope's presence be- Il; .
haved like children the world ? :< W
his Christmas wishes and pres. ,<
confidence that the :Missionof r
... 111113' High;; and. entation of His Grace Monsignor the Christ Child will indeedbe over when they are suddenly a' Ars' ,. ;,'r-: '"
Notre Uamr..ukmy. S given toys. When Pope John
Burns remarked the fulfilled in this 5'J: 7,'
St. Petersburg 1:0,3Gi.O( ) 4.0 :)(j.l0 significance of the celebrationof year more asked nine-year-old Romolo <<
perfectly in each one of us .o >o.'
Cou'dina) 3ioouey Christmas the world over and in the world at large. Natoli how he 'felt, the boy ,.
Sara ut.t 5G,2I.1.1-1 21. :..(i. during the Year of the Second On behalf of the faithful, echoed the world's interest by "
Vatican Council.For replying: '
Tampa C"tholicT.t Monsignor Burns tendered to
the first time in a "Pili.wrIl! huw do you
the devoted
Archbishop loyalty
'IIa 4'iM :::; 211 x11.8::
.N.'w schools hundred years,said the Cathe and prayers at Christmas.The fed?" ;.
dral's pastor, the Birth of our Archbishop reciprocatedfrom Another child asked the x

Divine Lord is being cele his heart the good Christ- Pope what his name was. The

mas wishes expressed in the Pope answered: "Before I was

name of the people by the called Joseph, but now every-
Cathedral one calls me John." / '
pastor. :
He offered to Cathedral Briefly addressing the chil- _

: f t 'j parishioners and to the people dren, the Pope told them that ks S -' 4, z S ; fi'5'S

1 e j 's3. of the entire Diocese the he was in "perfect health." e y' ) Ii 5
assurance of his fervent and But he added, "I'm not readyto kL
far.., ?. ,, ,
11 1 constant prayer that the joy run a race or take part in a

f4 a fM and the grace and the peace contest."
,.H .' :..... ..: "
':' "'; Mhich is the essence! of Referring to the fact that he

i / ',;r Christmas may be theirs had celebrated :Mass the night t

_<., li.ftFh#-- ".'. ._ throughout the coming; year. before and two other Christ. :
,.: ... He said that the of .
: < story mas Masses that morning, the _., ? ,v' b i-
.'." t Christmas is best told by the Holy Father said that this was
itw Gospel writers. They are called enough to make people ''be POPE URGES SPACE COOPERATIONPope

the evangelists because the lieve the doctors when they John XXIII uses his hands to stress a point as he calls for cooperation I

''iIt Gospel is "the good news." It is say that the Pope has had a among nations in exploring the vast reaches of outer space. The Holy Father made

the news of the Incarnationlater few ailments but that now he his plea in a speech during a Christmas audience for diplomatic envoys to the Vat-
on, it will be the Re- is well and does not lack anything ican. .

.., demption, reminded Archbishop neither in eyes, tonguenor

t. ,... Hurley.He ears nor where the heartis New Year's DaySistine
w read to the people each concerned, which is the most
of three Christmas Mass Gospels beautiful and "
\ I precious gift.
..55I 1 at the midnight Mass. The Pope returned to the Choir Entertains Pope

Liberated Priests Tell Of VATICAN CITY (\C)-Pope cause of heavy rain. The Holy plauded the Pope vigorously.

John XXIII relaxed during the Father had been scheduled to
New Year's Eve evening, thePope's
waning hours of 19C2 by attending greet marchers from the win-
;ice ts Cuban Prison Persecutions secretary of state, Am-
I a concert given by the .dow of his apartment. leto Cardinal Dcognani had

MIAMI (NC-Three Priest-chaplains imprisoned for celebrated choir of the Sistine At noon on New Year's Day offered Pontifical Mass at the

20 months in Red-ruled Cuba said they had to offer Mass ChapeL the Pope appeared at his win- Gesu Church in the presenceof

Mi secretly- in -prison using- a broken glass jar as a chalice The concert took place in the dow to bless the crowd of more Rome's mayor and membersof

and smuggled altar bread. Lugo O.F.M. Cap., who was Vatican's Clementine Hall on than 30,000 persons who had the city council.
3 .,.. The Priests who were cap- wounded in the invasion .Father the afternoon of New Year'seve.
-=:;;;;.. ; gathered in St. Peter's square. The Pope had pent thelast
tured by Castro forces duringthe Thomas Macho S J., and The Pope; the Cardinalsof

-- ..-. :< "+_,,,:,:::::, .... Ray of Pigs invasion::; in Father Segundo Lahera S.P. Rome and many other top He recited the Angelus! and Sunday of the year
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April. 19G1( arrived in south They said they offered Mass Vatican clerical and lay digni- then jmparted his first blessingof :: fl ul(>tJ)".
TEAM OF Florida aboard the airlift that daily in a swamp until their taries were present.A the year. About 25,000 people braved

Father Mortimer Danaher has advised pastors and principals of the impending brought more than 1000 lib capture within a week after the scheduled. torchlight After blessing the crowd, he the rain to gather In St. Peter'ssiuare
evaluation by a team of educators from Boston College. Working in Boston on erated invasion prisoners from abortive invasion.Cuban.. mi; pro- at noon and he came to
the project will be, from left, Dr. Stephen F. Roach, Father Charles F. Donovan S.J., Cuba. The Priests all nativesof litia men confiscated their cession of Rome's municipal wished them all "Happy New his apartment window to lead

dean of the school of education and academic vice-president of Boston College; Dr. Spain formerly stationed in chalices, breviaries and Bibles employees to St. Peter's square Year." The crowd roared back them in reciting the Angelusand

John J. Walsh, survey coordinator, and Sister M. Josephina C.S.J. Cuba, are :Father Ismael deF LIBERATED, age.10 that night was called off be- the greeting in return and ap- to bless:: ;; them.t .

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan 4, 1963 '-
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Spiritual Formation Duty Says
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Catholic florida ReportsTampa I I I Zk NCCW's New National PresidentSAN

FRANCISCO (NC)-The biggest responsibilities facing the Catholic laywoman I
Jensen Beach OrlandoThe
today are to realize her own personal worth as a Christian, and to achieve a
.. _
SACRED HEART ST...JOSEPH ACADEMY Orlando Jaycees report I I spiritual formation to help Paris
In ,
announced until the NCCW Organizations
Father J. Jf. Buckley SJ. reports the winner of the !
Monsignor J her efforts to raise the moral '
: :
St. Joseph Academy in Jensen F f1 ;
this board, over which she France.
week that when sol
Bishop Council 2112
emn High Mass of the Nativitywas Beach, conducted by the of Columbus, cash award of i : k level of society.This will preside, meets in Washington With her home on the West t
Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Au- message was brought January 20 to 25. coast and NCCW headquarters
broadcast from Sacred $50 for the J
gustine, has been designated as best-Nativity scene!: \i 42s home by Mrs. Joseph McCarthy on the East coast, Mrs. McCarthy
Heart Church on Christmas at a private residence The' : Mrs. McCarthy brings to the ,
:Martin County's only officially of San Francisco, who last r.
call herself a ro"
Eve radio station WDAE add. winners were Mr. and Mrs.B. .I administrative office more than
shelter.At month named national
approved fallout was
ed another bead to an unbroken<<: J.Brewer, 3130 TradewindsTraiL 20 ;years of experience in Cath- country commuter" for the
the Academy is zrL .1<- president of the National Council -
chain of broadcasts that The award was presented '. ., olic women's work in the San next two years. She estimatesthat
adequate to guard 68' persona of Catholic Women.
stretches back 32 years.It by P. A. Dutko, deputy Francisco archdiocese. the presidency will keep
against fallout. But accordingto Speaking at a press conference -
her San Franciscofor
was In 1931, a year when Civil Defense; Director Al grand ;knightJacksonville after her return A native of Worcester, Massachusetts away
radio had already fired the she at least sir or seven monthsa
made Francisco
K:eat 0 n, modifications are from a month-long sojourn
imaginations of millions with: planned which will enable it to on the East Coast, )In;. McCarthy her home upon her marriage year.
such memorable broadcasts as to the late Mr. .
safeguard around 340 persons. SAN JOSE emphasized the importance McCarthy.She
the fuqeral of Thomas Alva is the mother of two ST. PETERSBURG
Civil defense, department, There will be a "bridge mara- o f "formation,"
!!: and the Latin speechof I daughters.
police and'other civic leaders through careful and
Pope Pius XI dedicating the than" on Tuesday eveningsthe I -i.JA ...
deemed vital in any evacuation rending. Immediately following the
Vatican Radio station, on the last three Tuesdays of Jan :
ninth anniversary of his coronation plan for refugees would be uary and the first Tuesday in :- With regard to the national- holidays 3Ir*. 3IcCarthy will

based there, he said. February These benefit will :' ,,- council's, plans for the' coming embark on a crowded !"rhed

L. Spencer Mitchell, then Also included in the plan is bi held Inthe San'Jose parish : W''..<,'<.;.- '" year, Mrs.McCarthy stated that ale of personal appearanrr

newly appointed manager of the placing of sufficient con hall, sponsored by parish guild .; leadership institutes training and conference* which will FLORIST-GREENHOUSES

Florida's first radio station, crete blocks at nearby Mount members, at 8 p.m..Patrons are programs for leaders of the carry hrr through;; October, t*.. Lak.ylewAve.. !ft*

wanted to give WDAE listenersa St. Joseph Novitiate, Mr. invited. 1t -", j: : 14,000 affiliated organizations 19G3, when !hr. will attend \\ KIRK 84i1213iit. I'LOWEUS

program that would best express Keaton said, to allow enough KENNY mall SCHOOL \ :t .-, ":il will form a major part of the the meeting 0 f the World :' l'eter.burg
the material to build protective C1ik. .. .t .,,, ; national program, as they do talon of Catholic Women's
spirit of Christmas. Parishioners all over the-- M,;' "'- "; "I'" +;"#,' 'j'
Knowing that a station in "dry wall*" within the building served -- every other year. ....._............___'UUU h__uu u_ _
area by Kenny
the middle to house dh additional 300 GOLDEN JUBILEE COUPLE A specific work program and I1IUIIIUlLIiIflUiIIIuiI1uIUIIIiIllhIIIihllftlHhIhltlhhhhhI IInIlUIIIICIIIUlUnUC",
west had experimented High School are talking about:
with the broadcast of person. taking tickets to the "Parents Mr. and Mrs. Rollin C. Gordon who retired to Floridain theme, however, will not b e OFFERS |
Christmas he "The e walls could be raisedin 1953 observed the 50th of
Mass their
a made inquiries Dance"! on January 18, 8 p.m., recently anniversary
into the feasibility of about :30 minute," he said. gouthslde W tnett'g- dub, with wedding day. Members of St. Joseph parish, Palm Bay, FloridiansEnter 23 &4 Bedroom Homes !in 5

arranging' such a broadcast in Venice must by Jud Amean and or-' they received the papal blessing from Rome on the aH St. Judo Parish |

Tam a. chestra. jubilee event. Father Peter C. Dolan celebrated the anniversary :
Hediscussed the idea with EPIPHANY Mr. and Mrs. Julian Johnsonare Mass at which they renewed their marriagevows. AdrianDominicans e-y' Transfiguration Parish

the late Mrs. B. B. :McKay, a Monsignor George W. Cummings general chairman. :Mrs. :. -i2 Sacred Heart Parish

Catholic leader ift the commu has commended the Francis Rhodes is ticket chair : ,, Qs

flit). With her help and the Interest school children for the prep- -- As Low as $90.00 Down .1
: of Father Theodore Ray arations they carried out for man.All

SX, then pastor of Sacred their traditional celebration of alumni parents of the of students school ,and,all I DCCW Corner I ADRIAN, Michigan Three ii

Heart, arrangements were com the feast of the Epiphany, friends! of Kenny are invitedto postulants from the Diocese of 9 1325 Arlington Avenue N. Phone 862.4136 =

pleted.On patron of the Florida Venice patronize the school bene- St. Augustine have received :.uiinuinniaiiiiuiiniiainiinnmanuiufuiiaiuiiniiiuaiiuiiiiii! nnnIllIlIClllllr.Jackson's .

December 24, 1931 parish. fit. Sponsors are the Dad's A happy and blessed New Year to all of you. This is the the Dominican habit here and

WDAE microphones carried Sisters of St. Benedict trained Club and the Mother's Auxil' .. beginning our newcalendar.. year and, for the affiliation their names as Sisters of St.

the Midnight Mass being celebrated the children who told' of the iary of Bishop Kenny High the "Wheels of efnclency" Dominic of Adrian. They are: Shoes
at Sacred Heart into Normand Hardy of Holy Cross Miss Mary Rae Wailer of As-
origin of their "Tree of Jesse, School. must start. . .
hundreds of homes where families -decorated daily during the Advent The affiliation president's Church, Palmetto is the spiritual sumption parish, Jacksonville, Ladies' & Men's 'H/il- ii

gathered around the early school season, by symbolsof SL Petersburg reports that have not been returned director. Sister Ernest Mary. '

crystal radio receivers. the preparations for the to me, are now due. We now have 44 affiliationsin Miss Martha Murphy of St. Clinic Miller
Every year since then, Mid- coming of the Saviour. Duringthe Please fill them out and return the West Coast Deanery.. Monica parish, Palatka, Sister Vitality- Weyenberg -'IUiaJ3
A card will be
party heldbythe This entitles them to another
night Mass from Sacred Heart program, the children them. I Michael Damian.
St. Women's Clubon Reports Cushioned Bellaires
Church has opened the Christ- placed the final trim to the Mary's must be board member. All affiliation Miss Alice Jo Miller of St.

mas Day program for WDAE tree, the Chi and Rho, explaining Saturday, January 12, be- worked at- presidents will receive a nomination -Joseph parish, Bradenton, Sister 641 Central Ave. 862.1355 9th Street North
ginning at 1 p.m. in St. Mary's blank the month.If ., 4645 ,
The during
listeners. custom will con. that these symbols went at M. Joelise.They .
tinue as long as WDAE's gen the top of the tree because all Hall. Mrs. Jess Hower and start now the to you have a candidate who 1 wer among 167 young .
compile ; ,
eral manager, Mr. Mitchell, has that went on it before led "to Mrs. Edward Stumitz are chairmen the can fill the requirements for women and young Sisters
The proceeds the bene- record of the Diocesan board, fill out the', Fowler & Payor Inc.
anything to say about it, Father Christ Who is above all. representing 19 dioceses and
work of
Buckley added.Clearwater. fit will be allocated to A Key your blank and mail it to your dean- archdioceses who participated ,

rean orphan for support. The group since j ery president for the spring' in the reception and prpfession General Insurance

child, "adopted" by the group, last March.| deanery meeting, which will be! ceremonies of the Adrian Dominican
Deadlines will be pleased to know that These are due held in .March.
ST.. CECELIAMiss i Sisters on December 121 Ninth Street, North 896-8131 St. Petersburg
:News itorlr from any raiirre many persons patronize her n February.AlSO Add dates to remember 27 and 28.Fifty.six.
Miriam Morgan of St. should- teach "Thg Florida Catholic" CleC- .
card OUr Mr ScUo b rt
party. AIril 22, 23, 2-1, our annual
Cecelia parish is student at office no later than Monday; news postulants were
a tions will be held from this
pictures should reach th. edltOI'J"rltl. toy convention in Tampa. We
the College of St. Catherine, St : .,. far pnbHratlo Im tit.' f.t- month on until late spring. invested In the Dominican
are' now getting In motion to PHARMACY GUIDE'
Paul, Minnesota, according to lowing Friday's luu. Councils of the diocese, deaneries habit; 59 novices pronounced
gin worth-while -
a conventlon.
the officer of admissions there. Coming and affiliations don 0 t you. their: first TOW! ; and 52 Sisters -

themselves. said their final vows.
run They are carried
The Immigration and Nation. 1pTiQr :
Events by the enthusiastic women ality Act requires that all t Bishop Donovan, auxiliary
ST. PETERSBURG who are devoted to their aliens the of Detroit, officiated at the re-
in United
on L

t- -- i ijpml it ftl'thIs.,.specter colamn mrvtlngt ftte fvtftr antf erentff b..- 'tasks sibilities.and" accept' the respon,. '*, )0 Jaifclary 1 of each ,year, must.,' ceptfon Ecclesiae ceremony chapel in on Lumen"- the

of nor than focal Interest. Ad- report their address during
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Projects Outlined For _

'} ...... .... SimplicityAppealed
Second Session of CouncilBy > \ 4

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James C. O'Neill .-
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VATICAN CITY (NC-What can be expected of the \ I L'0 To Pontiff'

second session of the ecumenical council?

As the Pope himself has in-
aries of dioceses, but also in
dicated, projects will be han-
XXIII explained
their collegiate relation as fellow Pope
dled with greater surety and Bishops of the universal that he offered his ChristmasEve
speed: the Fathers
Mass in his private chapelto
Church united with the Bishopsof
have been told that the
approx- the of
keep close to spirit
imately 70 topics originally r l Christmas.
scheduled for discussion will It will be in this project that w .
dozen :
w Pope John told about a
be compressed to 20. Duplica- the competence of national or
of his closest collaborators, the
tion and repetition will be regional conferences of Bish-
to attend the Mass:
only ones
weeded out. ops will be examined. t t i ,1ir
t + a understand Us, be-
; "Kindly
And the hope is to presentthe Certainly the role of the
lo"eons if again this
Fathers with projects that laity in the Church will also rfl wh
night as in past years We
they themselves have had come before the Fathers.
ample opportunity to help During the first session it have preferred for the
('hri'otmolSIa..s: the simplicity
form and draft.Certainly was touched on in several of
of Our private chapel to
the first
among projects presented.
items on the Septemberagenda There are many other sub- Ifi the majestic vaultof the
Roman churches-
will he the presentation jects that most likely will come '
of the" amendments on before the Fathers, including 1 ji. .,. "\ 'e have allowed Ourself to
4 Sf ', be enveloped: as it were, by
the remaining seven chapters consideration of world prob- ,. '

of the liturgical project. lems. L f i_____ _ the atmosphere of the humble
A .
churches of the country or
Also up for early action willIe As the Pope said on Decem-
the final drafts 0 f the ber 8, when the council is over the mountains, by the atmosphere
of the social Institutions -
projects on communicationsmedia it will then be a question of
which are the of
and the unity of the extending to all departments of refuge
Church. the life of the Church, social innocent people who are poor

The projects on Revelationand questions included, whateverthe Ek -.S S and derelict. where hidden

the nature of the Churchas council assembly may de- tears are dried away and
'where evident but Insufficiently
revised will also be up for soothed

reintroduction.Other cide.What the council will do, publicized Injustices -

major projects that and what it did do in the first are repaired
certainly will be considered by session, is to prepare for the "We think also of ;you, beloved

the Fathers will be the role future the coming of what & sick people, beloved aged,

of Bishops in the Church, not Pope John has often called a who suffer pain and solitude,

only in their capacity as ordin "New Pentecost"ST. j 7q, you who turn pain and loneliness
1'i \ into great merit for your

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BILL I BROWN b 3IO ST. PETERSBURG 5th AVENO- Council the 21st encyclical, "Mater etMagistral blessing to Bishop ColemanF. Services-XCWC represented in Pe6ruaryluring; opening 9l7.49lh St. So. 347-4101

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Sacred College of Cardinals Jerome Hammer of France sixth general conference of Yatican Council (two pictures
to a record 87 members; by (left) and Father John B. the International Atomic ); speaking with Russian 34 -OOj;() Open Thursday

ordering the name of St. Sheern! C.S.P. were among Energy Agency in Yienna. observers to the Council Evening by Appointment

Joseph to be included in the observers at the annual In fifth row from the left ; and greeting trainmen Lorraine's Beauty Salon

Canon of the :Mass; and by meeting of the Central Com. during his .IOO-nrile trip to 2916.49th Street, NorthSt.
are Augustin Cardinal flea
adding :Martin de Porres, a mittee of the Protestants'! Loreto ands (:""i just before Petersburg
SAVEWITH GUARANTY FEDERAL 17th-century Negro Dominican AVorld Council of Churchesin S-I. exchanging greetings in the Council opened. Robert L. Dutilly, Prop.
London with the Anglican
Brother, to the list of Paris in ,Iul)".
canonized saints. Pictured in the third row Archbishop of Canterbury, : "- _f. ) < .
Dr. Arthur at Lam "
The Holy Father is pic- are: :Mary Ann Kingry of Ramsey
tured affixing his signatureto Saginaw who received the beth Palace; Congo Premier INGFIS9RES.TAURANT
Cyrille Adoula was received
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Francis J. Braceland, received International humanitarian
St. Petersburg S the University of award from Ireland's President member of the Roman Curia SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST
in February Teresa
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of 19 Miriam: T. Koonej-, Dublin; and Oblate Bishop Xeumann, famed Bavarian 0 Golden Fried or Broiled Shrimp
MARTIN J. ROESS President !stigmatic, also died; Saint
former law school dean was John E. Taylor who became
:Martin de Porres, Negro Dominican 0 Succulent Scallops
named outstanding womanof the first American named to
19G2 by the national association a European diocese. As he lay Brother from 0 Luscious Lobsters
Peru, was canonized by Pope
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I Catholic CommentRestless '.Fr_-nk_._J-*-Sheed-- .- 'Anti-Red Hysteria' Seen 1963 Cry I

Look before Leap, Says OUR incoming year con- is to be done again by a methodof countries were Winston present,from in-

us with a contra- theirs adopted on more than cluding Harry

Law about Life's Living dictory world scene. If you one occasion. It is to smuggleinto our own.

Men Welcome New Year have- -read--- the---- TTnitPrt__n___ -Stit--- our own sources of infor- The course to be adopted for
4 fOATHOLJCS can't call their souls their own, with the News and mation the cry of "anti-com throwing dust into free world

mortals are funny creatures-we the lamentations of the Old Testament.The v Church all the time telling them what they must do World Report munist hysteria." eyes was laid down by A. M.
::1 WE and what they mustn't." o f December That is why a whole flood of Rumyantsev editor of the
that a flip of the calendar spells better life is not going to satisfy man's
24 cannot accusations to this effect has Marxist Review. He
: The difference between Catholics and Protestant you World
the end to one chapter in life and opens a desires. No matter how good 1963 is to us profoundest have missedits been poured down on the suggested four steps, all of
estants lies not in this or that doctrinebut
gloriously new one. Rarely will you hear we will look hopefully to 1964.It article, "Bonn revenge-seekers" in the which have been pursued by
in different views the
two to
one say, "I hope that the new year is the is sad to see man promising to mana very as "Why Commu- October and November Inter- the communists in the past

same as last year." We even picture last fulfillment of his fondest dreams. The rights of the individual Christian. The nism is Deepin national Affairs. but are now resurrected for

year as a tired old man while the new year communist with his heaven on earth. The Protestant is in the habit of making his Trouble "The West German revenge- double duty today.

is symbolized by the vibrant child. capitalist with his advertisement which own decision on the conduct of his own E v erywhere." seekers are now vying for the The first was the old dodge

Why do we look longingly for next promises paradise found. Yet, man will be '.i life. He is quite happy to listen to his Then there is dubious honor of being the that anti-communism shouldbe

year? In reality, January 1st was just duped and wants to be duped in regard to Church and weigh what it teaches againsthis the statement standard bearers of anti-com represented as an ''insidious

another day, like December 31st. It the future and will plan for that future own judgment, but in the end he makesup munism" in the capitalist means of suppressing even the

brought with it no radical changes in the till his last breath. The mention of eternitytoo his mind for himself. His Church can- Louis F. Budenzby world, we are told. limited democracy and freedom
The this is that
world in not order him, under pain of sin. Ours "proof" of existing in capitalist socieites."
or people. Shakespeare summedit often brings out the frozen counte- I the President on Decem- Chancellcr Adenauer two years

up when he said: Hope springs eternal nance of an agnostic. If the nonbelieverwas can. Looking: in from outside', the Prot- ber 17 to his radio and tele- ago declared to Pope John This argument has been
j in the hearts sees Catholics interfered with all the time--for uoo't! frequently here in
of men. consistent he would not hold back his vision audience in which he XXIII:

Even the atheist yearns for the future, urge for eternal happiness. And so he bidden to eat meat on Friday, to miss :Mass on Sunday, seemed to say the contrary.He ., "I believe that in these tempestuous America, and appears right

hoping some day to satisfy the yearningof promises it to himself in future time be- to accompany their Protestant ,can___ on__ aruuciai__*,,._._: 'uirui-._*,_ cuuirut___*__, stated that this troubled times God has en- now III a number of charge our

his restless heart for peace and hap- cause he knows the present will not satisfy frind" his church a continuing agony; rarely, but soviet regime threatened trusted the German people daily against papers the House as Committee a
piness. services, to limit their familiesby America by its plots to expandits with a special mission to
St. Augustine answered the non- not rarely enough, a position .
him.For birth control, to divorce and "power and influence." serve as a bulwark of the West on
believer as well as the believer when he the Catholic the good of the arises where, if an embryo is
news re-marry even"when their mar It is nonetheless true that against the powerful influenceof The second thought is that
said our hearts will not rest until they rest Gospel was that death was conquered, thatman's riage is shattered to pieces, to bryo not removed alike must, mother die. and em- both assertions, contradictoryas the East." anti-communism must be rep-
aspiration for unending happiness send their children to but resented as labeling reform -
any My concern here is with the they seem, are correct. It is In other word, everyoneis every
The hopes for the new year are in would be satisfied in eternity and while we Catholic schools, to read bookson general principle which guides the truth, as the U.S. News led to believe that to be movement as "a communist -

I reality a hope for eternal life. It is this plan for a better future, we also hope for the Index, to have them Catholics when law turns from says, that "everywhere thereis against: communism: in any conspiracy." This is of

1 same hope for eternal life that is echoed in eternity. selves cremated! being a hardly-noticed rule of depression within the em- fashion is in itself a crime course ridiculous.The .

Before proceeding to de. normal living to being a coer- pire of nations that embrace again mankind. very opposite has been

I Father John J. CastelotWorthy fend the Church's right to lay cion and an anguish.The communism." There is a great So it is that by this chargeof largely the truth, that commu-

down rules of this sort, we principle is of Importance -wasteland of food shortagesand "anti-communist hysteria," nists like Castro, Mao Tse-tung,

I should see that our question both for the non-Catholic other deficiencies from spread farther and farther until -and Ho Chi Mirth of North

I Friends Reassured of Favor er gets the proportions right. whom we are trying to help Havana to Belgrade and then it sneaks into our daily Vietnam had been sold" us as

After all, Catholics no more towards the Church, and for up to Moscow and Peking.But press, we Americans are to be "agrarian reformers.
it is likewise benumbed in The third and fourth pro-
like being shoved around than ourselves.It a reality defending our
UNSHAKEN confidence in a human point of view resist count on divine help to right that communism continuesto own liberty. cedures are much akin. The
other human beings. And the is vital that we should
is the caption ance is futUe. They have just what is, humanly, an impose the "cau
is to
I plain truth is that for the most come to understand it in march across the world, The new program to make one represent
used to sum up Psalm 10 in the one bit of advice: "Get out of sible situation.In of with the tribute being exacted anti-communism" render us tious anti-communist" is,
part we simply are con depth before the pressure
Confraternity edition. One can town. the psalm, the "fiery coals scious of being shoved around. temptation comes upon us: by Castro from the impotent was laid down at a the man who realistically opposes -

hardly quarrel The "pillars" in the verse area and brimstone" are a referenceto Sunday Mass has a kind of it is very hard to think logically United States being an Instance communist conference in May, the communist line-as

with its apt. figure for law and order. God's punishment of Sodom reasonableness about it to one under pressure. of their true "psycho 19G2. This conference, held at just or even more extreme as
ness. It Certainly And the meaning is what and Gomorrah the is the logical warfare" Lidice Czechoslovakia the "ultra-right.
: ; "cup" who knows what the Mass actually The Church does not create power. near Prague -
doesn'toverstate II chance has a law-abiding citizen biblical figure for "destiny." means, so has Friday the moral law. God did that. What is important to us all was under the auspicesof The last point is to combat

I the 'I when the forces of goodcan To "see his face" is, in the abstinence as a reminder of Founding the Church, God gaveit is that the communists are preparing the World Marxist Review above all those efforts at

I case, for the' no longer protect him language of the Old Testament, what happened on a Friday not only the right but the to hide from us both and the Institute of Philosophyof "scientific anti communism"or
: trust expressed against lawless ? his this soviet this the analytical education of
I II men to enjoy favor. long ago.Given duty of teaching in His name weakness and Czechoslovak Academyof
I f by the psalm. What chance, indeed? And There are times in the livesof that education means upon moral questions. Accept. source of soviet strength. ThisFather Sciences. Picked Reds of 20 what communism really is.
1st is
truly S.- who would blame him if he all of us when the forces of fitting human beings for life, ing the teaching, we are doing

1 He in an f took his friends' advice and evil, whether external enemiesor there seems a kind of normal. what God wants of us; and in John B. Sheerin

_____0'__ '- _apparently fled from the danger? our own unruly passions, ity in having our children educated that there is no diminution of
: nopeless seem just too much for us. by teachers who hold our manhood, it is the very I

I situation, one in which In the face of such odds he But our faith tells us, as it our own view as to what human definition of our freedom.For No Commercials Intrude Rome TV

I prudence would seem to dictate could hardly be accused of told the that If beings are and what the the most part the
I II flight as the sensible cowardice. Discretion after all psalmist, we
only goal of life is. Occasionally we Church reminds us of whatGod's
course of action. is the better part of valor. stay close to God In spite of is full of surprises. vine in Italy for lack of support spaghetti or Italian cheese.
/ may want to go to a Protestant law is, at points where ROME
His enemies have him sur But while the odds may well everything and prove ourselves service, but it Is not a per- either custom or temptation night during the period from the socialists. Italian TV has westerns and
rounded. Their bows are bent, be, from a human point of ; worthy of His friendship when the council was in But we can be sure they they are immensely popular
manent few of
longing; us can blunts our awareness.
their arrows aimed at his view, overwhelming, they do He will not fail us. remember a book we wantedto Within the law, she can session, I turned on the TV to will have a few trjcks up but the surprising fact is that

heart. In a fraction of a second not shake the confidence of the And as a reward for our read and were not allowedto make regulations of her own discover a superb their sleeves 1 and that they they are American westerns

they can release the pressureof psalmist in the justice and fidelity and trust, we shall not ; the ban upon cremation (on mixed marriages, perhaps, program will do their best to breakup with the Italian conversation

their fingers on the bow- power of God. The beleagueredman's only enjoy His favor but shall, does not deny any strong or fasting) for her better functioning dealing with the tie between anranl's dubbed in so perfectly that you

strings and send their sharp enemies are wicked, sin- after the battle is over, literally craving. as a Church or the bet- the history of government and the XennIsocialMs. think you are listening to Italian -

messengers of death thudding ful, and are consequently not "see His face" in that eternal When life runs normallywe ter conduct of men's lives. ecumenical For the Reds have cowboys and cattle rustlers.

j into his heart. only his personal foes but vision which is the "allotted are not conscious of being These by-laws, as we may call councils. been doing badly ever SInce! The musical programs havean

I His friends know that from God's. too. He can f.therefore cup" of the just.I under law. But there are them, she can alter at will. Another nightI the Fanfani regime opened"to advantage over their corresponding -
American counter-
"" times when circumstancesdo But the moral law she can- flicked the the left.
i "I dial to find a What is really dangerous is parts in that Italian is probably -
c' force the individual alter. and Bishopsare
Question Box upon ,not Tope
: : that the the most musical of lan
of right-wingers are try.
extensive -
Catholic the realization that as much bound by it as
I Proffe"S//} cover- ing to nibble away at the guages to begin'w th.
/ he is called upon to obey we are.
age of the ItalIan center-left coalition in order to While Italian TV, becauseof
Star-Gazers ; / Nonsenseready laws when obedience means A pagan emperor could say of
real suffering.He "My will is the law." No Pope communist separate the Christian Democrats the innate artistic sense
I party's national congress.I from the socialists. One Italians, is pleading: : to eye
may be desperately in can that. He can only
say say"God's
Q. Our local newspaper and have no need to cannot imagine American sturdy Catholic journalist (ofa and ear, I could not offer
love with
whom the
someone will Is the law" and he
Questions should be addressed have someone pick and choose conservative tradition I takeit equally complimentary tributes -
channels ,
gives a lot of space to the Church says he may not marry; knows that disobedience involves presenting t 0 a n 1''(
to: Question Box, the particular virtue you are American audience a full tele- ) claimed that the Christian to the Italian pr(' -s. By
daily horoscope. Is it wrongto within Catholic marriage itself, him in the same perilof
The Florida Catholic P.O. to practice on any one day.It vised report on a communist Democrats have improved the hook or by crook, certain
the fear of another
follow the advice I find Box 3551, Orlando, Florida. would be wise to ignorethe child make having the Church's Catholic.damnation as any other convention. Yet this was donein economic condition of the country Home papers managed to
in it? astrology section altogether Rome. but not the moral condition. obtain and publish council

since there is always the The convention itself took a Whether he judged the tie materials that were "top

A. If advice is good, it is the planets in their news- possibility that you might Father Leo J. Trese somewhat surprising turn. The with socialists to be morally secret. ,

good anywhere you find it. But papers.It come to place credence in it, TV showing revealed a wide debilitating he did not say- Several times Italian papers

it would be wrong to get the is perfectly absurd to not because the advice given split developing between those but one wonders how many grossly misquoted Priest lecturers -

idea that thtre is any connec- imagine that an inanimate ob-may be true in itself, but be- Tongue Control Prevents communists who are loyal to governments actually improvethe who gave talks outsidethe

tion between the advice and/or ject-made of stone and mud cause it is connected with the Moscow and those who side moral condition of a coun- council. One day one of

nonsense ;you find in such columns and chemicals like our own stars. with Peking. But it also revealed -try? the Italian papers reported a

and the stars. earth-can affect the minds Catholics, because of the Hasty Words Oft Regrettedafter a still more fascinating Italian TV is full of all lecture by Hans Kueng and

Studying the stars which is and wills of humans all over dangers involved, should have break between the strict party kinds of surl..i ('s. There are headlined him as a "Protestant

called astronomy, is a science the world.To nothing to do with it. A wise problems of dinner for a few minutesof line communists and the so- no commercials to intrude theologian."

that can bring immense goodto believe in such nonsenseis God founded a Church to be PERSONALITY another, psy- peace, she cannot stand the cialists.A into programs. They are kept A speaker at the United

all of us. A knowledge of to give dishonor to God, Who our guide, to help us fulfill chological or emotional, are silence. She is sure that he socialist named Lombardi for the end of a program and States press panel complainedof

the stars has guided millionsof alone has given us our destiniesand our destinies and solve our being treated now with self- must be thinking about some asserted that communists and then they are flashed on the the "editorializing" to be

ships over the seas and Who has bequeathed to problems during this earthly help tech other woman, or thinking unkind socialists are no longer seeingeye screen like a mixed bag: of found in news reports in the

back again. each one of us an individual struggle. niques. One thoughts about herself- to eye on some of the big- inevitable nuisances. Italian press and this! was a

Astrology, on the other hand, mind and will to regulate and Actually, the Council of such is called and quizzes and complains.It gest current problems. The The coverage of the opening just and honest criticism.
Trent ((1545-1563)) condemned "muscle socialists feel that the Italian day of the council (repeated Reading the Italian Is
which purports to show the In. control and direct our lives. con- is no wonder that the hus- press
astrology and the practice of trol" whichis band says he cannot stand it workers don't need communismand later at least once) was mar more entertaining than readingthe
fluence of these heavenly Whether you are born un- trying to foretell the future an effective much longer and is threateningto that the workers' prob--velous. The commentary American press if one reads
bodies on our lives, is absurd. der the sign of Gemini or
the stars"The
by "reading device for con- leave. The woman does love lems can be solved by ways informed and highly appropriate papers for entertainment. Butit
: And it is certainly puzzlingthat Taurus, have to work out
you condemns it
Church precisely trolling n e r- her husband, and all that is and means that are more "dem- and the photography would do Americans a worldof
despite all the fun pokedat day-t -day life, using
your because it is a p a g an vous syrnp.d. needed to save the marriage is ocratic" than they find in the managed to capture the magnificent good if they did read it so
our modern star-gazers, prudence in business
your superstition which encourages toms by con- a little muscle control on her communist repertoire.So ceremony. that they would begin to realize
they still continue to seek deals, charity in social
.your fatalism and an ultimate denialof trolling the part. it looks as though the Best of all, it was not pro- how; truly objective the Amer.
Hi some clue to their eventual relations, and in life'scrises. -
t I courage Divine Providence. muscles in 'a. She is not a typical wife ad- communists may wither on the faned by any commercials for lean press really is.
destinies from reading about But you know this al- St. Thomas Aquinas wrote:
volved. In one
mittedly. Yet hers is not a
"If anyone applies the observation area, particularly- muscle con- unique problem.

Strange But True of the stars in order to trol is an invaluable aid to Xo one knows how many Washington Letter

foreknow casual or fortuitious happier living. This is the area marriages have foundered
events, or to know with certi- of speech. Unless we live in --
I because of the critical, the
i By )(. J. Murray Copyright 1963 xcwca tude future human actions, his the rarified atmosphere of complaining, the cantankerous Crime doesn't Pay-FBI Pays WayTHE

conduct is based on a false and sainthood, we must admit that or the just plain
-' .1cecd1iIq fo fooetui 7 THE USE or A vain opinion. our speech muscles cause an thoughtless speech of husband Federal Bureau of Investigation more than pays its way. This Is revealed by

: I ST A&o72AD4NCflZ4RY lAMP Q. Is it sinful to have one's uncommon amount of unhap- or wife. contained in the annual report of the bureau's director J. Edgar Hoover.!,

j I .. YMSSHKitOvKDev WOV UW/crt Wtt* f/ WA""$,,NOT WE OOMPULSORTr '6"'CDm
k ToViOKftTOKUAX.f.%', A. No. The behindanalyzing many friendships have been resulting from authorities in all 50 states.
Ir4 THE MIDDLE AGES, purpose often have said *
r1tr: ge GUILDS .-ASSOClAnOM$ handwriting is to determine after some verbal we slip, "I could broken: up by words spoken work done by the FBI amounted The bureau received 23,000 cffortcfe
hastily and regretted too late. to "well over $200 million" %
oc'rn4 tIAINTA1Nm'niE1R characteristics fingerprint cards for processingevery
WD.atAs : some have bitten my tongue off! I Ir.bllshed
: uIJ OW'W mNATEUGKT dispositions, qualities, habits, Similarly, there are no figures compared with $148,421,690 for working day, bringingIts
.t.'i" !:_ etc.. of an IndividualThe The control of the musclesof available for the embar- the year 1961. file up to nearly 165,611,000sets Catholic

extent to which such an tongue, throat and lips is rassments caused by confidence This figure "far exceeds the of fingerprints represent .

analysis gives factual informa- less heroic than biting offone's violated and secrets revealed.It amount of funds spent to operate ing an estimated 77 million

tion is debated and disputed.If is equally impossible to the FBI during 1962," Mr. persons. erery Friday
but It does call
I of course, anyone thinks tongue, count the tears shed 0 r to Hoover told Attorney General The FBI chief emphasizedin FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Ina
for unremitting effort and weigh the pain suffered because Robert F. Kennedy.The P.O. Box 3SS1 GArde. 3-111
that he Is Into the
"1 delving spir- his report to the attorney 132 east Colonial Drive Orlando
1 itual by the analysis of hand- practice.A of sarcastic, critical or year 1962 saw m 0 r ethan general the continuing threat Subscription In U.s.A. and Canada,

\ writing, or should by some young wife and mother belittling remarks. l ,';oO convictions in posed by subversive organizations $4.00 per year; other countries

\. stretch of the imagination, Yes, control ,of speech within the United $5.00.
in FBI the
consulted me recently, tears .cases, apprehension The Florida Catholic .. & memberof
think that such a practice wasa muscles is a wonderfully States.
because her marriage is on the of 11,400 FBI fugitives, and the Catholic Press Association
means of fortune telling and simple preventive of pain. Expressing appreciation for and the National Catholic Welfare
verge of breaking up. the location of more than Conference News Service. Bogner
the like, the intention wouldbe This is true even on the natural assistance the FBI receives edIa.rt1n.:: .
19,000 stolen automobiles.A publishers' representa
sinfuLQ. Why? Simply as leveL from other law enforcement tive. Entered as second class mail

herself admits, she cannot hold How much more true It is "sharp increase" (approximately -agencies, :Mr. Hoover said 1962 :May: 1. 1359. at Orlando. Florida
May I have a Mass of- her 25 cent) was notedin under the Act of March 3, 1879.
tongue. per
dHclg for those of us who profess to saw a further strengthening of
1 1c:1 fered for robberies, burglaries and
1L : my non-Catholic She is cursed with a jealousand be followers of Christ. He has the bonds of mutual coopera- @
husband? larcenies of banks and other
suspicious mind. Her hus- charged us, over and over tion throughout the entire law
A. Mass may be offered for again, to "]o\"e one another!" financial institutions. They enforcement profession. Father Ylaeeat F. Smith
.iPerzo IND Df14cxswmv band must give an account of averaged 100 such offenses a Executive Editor
/77MCPfRStCUTlOU any living person or for any Probably the most dreadful He said 165 men attendedtwo
OFTHK N6USHtTHT of the souls in Purgatory. How- his every movement.If moment of our judgment will month. sessions of the FBI Na- Editors Mark MUs A. Ilcllwlf Jane Quinn

: '.. IRISH DOM1HICANS W LKS W,RVNOCD IA5. 14V ACOLLTGt 1910 ever in the case of nonCatholics he comes home late from be the moment when we try The FBI seized illicit drugs tional Academy here, and that Joseph A. heater

-- -- 7J/f/ CDUrCJT KCAPCD SUPPRESSION a Priest is not permittedto his office, she digs and probes to answer his question, "But worth more than $20 million. the bureau assisted, upon request AdvertlsfnCIanacer::
/ BfTHS KKWOUCSt-THROUGH THE announce the Mass from thepulpit. and questions his truthfulness. why, why did you hurt othersso Agency sleuths also made In more than 3600 local
\\oatKitatnoH OFTH 'DKUISH&tt&Mnm Friday, January 4, 1963
If he stretches out in his chair ?" 236,000 scientific examinations and regional police schools.



I Jan. 4 19M Page Five I
The Florida Catholic Friday ,

Council Opening Voted Top t' z Faith Fights in CzechoslovakiaFor

I I Catholic News Story of Year Survival under CommunismVIENNA r/

j L
-. -
J WASHINGTON '(NO) -Catholic newspaper editors (NC)-The Church in communist-ruled Czechoslovakia is not dying, but i!

li I have overwhelmingly voted the brilliant October 11 opening : k very, very sick. That is the opinion of a veteran observer of Czechoslovak affairs

II of the Second Vatican Council the top Catholic news who lives in an Iron Curtain _s
-I> 4 4 very exemplary laymen, in the has designated as Cardinal
story .
or flIb.Second country near the Czech
Association with the charge merits gained by the Sisters "in petto. z
place In a poll of the border.
top ten that the bill would violate proper 1 working with deranged children The observer then, told a
was given to Three
the June Church-State relations. Czechoslovak Bishopswere but most of all in the story about Bishop Stephan IIr
25 decision
of the
permitted to attend the
The pilgrimage of John secret Priests. Trochta of Litomerice.
States Supreme Courton Pope ecumenical council at the Vat. L J-1
school prayer. THe court XXIII on October 4 to the ican. They are Auxiliary Bish- The observer commented, in Recently, he said, Bishop

held shrines of Loreto and Assisi part: Trochta was released from
voluntary recitation
op Frantisek Tom a s e k of
New to for the success of the Some Czech Priests tell of prison. After his release he
y York public schools of a pray Olomouc; Bishop Ambroz La-
Second Vatican Council. small groups of Catholics- went to work as a streetsweeper -
zik, apostolic administrator of
many cf them one-time high to his livelihood.For .
) prayer to be unconstitutional.The The audience Pope John gaveon Trnava, and Bishop Eduard
government officials who were
several months he went
council opening was!' October 13 to 86 non-Catho-- Necsey, apostolic administratorof
reduced to laborers' jobs be-
Toted the top story by 71 of lic observers at the Vatican Nitra. unnoticed by the passersby on
of their
the 83 editors of Catholic Council. "Peace Priests" cause religion-well the sidewalks as, in common
were as-
diocesan weeklies who took Two stories tied for eighth signed to each of the three to educated,who cultured held and in deeply working clothes, he swept the
spiritual, are great
someone rec-
part in the poll. place the call of French and accompany them wherever gutters
Bishop Trochta esteem by the people.
ognized him and the word
It was the first poll of top
German Cardinals at the they went, presumably to keep These are the foundation
Catholic stories conducted by council on October 13 for them under surveillance.The spread. Before long the au
which the Priests
upon hope to thorities discovered the street-
the NCWC News Service, principal British Make
broadening representation on ( "peace Priests" could rebuild the Faith. They teach being treated with .
t source of national and sweeper
the specialized commissionsand not of follow them
course, catechism and help the Priestsin
international news for the the death of Sisters and Unity OctavePreparations into the Council HalL And doing good works of charity, great reverence by the people.
Catholic press.Reflecting The Bishop was quickly restored -
Priests in the January vIolence the story is told on good but their greatest influence is

the significanceof in the Congo. authority in Rome that, when by good example. to his, post. .

the council for the Church, The canonization of Saint the three Bishops went to Those Priests who refused to The observer reported:
four other events at the
two- Martin de Porres, the mulatto LOXDOX ttC) British have a private audience swear fidelity to the commu- The Czechoslovak people
Josef Beran
month-long of the Archbishop
world's Catholic assembly Dominican Brother from Lima, Catholics will join in the Unity with Pope John XXIII, the nist state have gone various have not clung to their religion .
Bishops were Peru, by Pope John on May 6. Octave from January 18 to 25 "peace Priests" were received ways. Some few have managedto with the same stubborn 'tenacity -
included in the list of ten dren the
actually attend religious -
The arrival in Rome on October more intensely than ever be- coldly I and were firmly ex. leave the country.But that Catholics in other

chosen The other by editors. 13 of Russian Orthodox fore, it was announced here. cluded when the Bishopswere the majority have been communist countries have. This i instructions: about 5 { Mass Guide |
stories in the
the cities
top cent in
Priests as official observers at For the first time the whole received into the Pope'spresence forced into a secular life, work- has made it all the more difficult per
ten are: about 50 in the tillages.
The September 4 desegregation the Vatican Council, a step hierarchy of England and ). ing In factories or wherever for the Bishops and per SUNDAY January 6 \ '"

of Catholic schools In New taken by the Russians despite Wales is giving the octave of The observer's report de- they can earn a living. Inevitably Priests in Czechoslovakia who Examples of the Epiphany of Our Lord. (Mass\

Orleans. previous Orthodox: agreementnot prayer for Christian unity- scribed conditions: some have been lost to are trying to keep the Faith pressure of feast, Gloria, Creed, Preface -
brought to bean parents who
Announcement to accept council invita whioh is backed by the other The frontier of Czechoslovakia the priesthood.But alive. of Epiphany).
I on June 25 send their children to religious
denominations others, unknown Generally speaking, the MONDAY, January 7
tions. major through as
of the Holy See's plans to chan- was closed in the time of instructions sometimes lose
the British Council of Priests even to their fellow Faith in Moravia has been (Mass of Epiphany, Gloria,
Stalin but
Catholic now and
nel $50 million into the Churchin Editors of 118 newspapers especially their jobs as a result. Children -
Red-threatened Latin America in the United States Churches Its whole-hearted since 1961, it has become re- workers, have continued with weak, while it has been who take religious instructions Preface of Epiphany).
support. their priestly ideals, their spiri stronger in Bohemia and TUESDAY, January 8
and to extend other aid. were invited to take part in the laxed and easily crossed. Thereis furthermore, are
This follows tual life Slovakia.All (Mass as on Monday).
the Impetus and their
great priestly
On November 30, they a depression going on now
The September 20 defeat in poll. not permitted to go on to higher
I the House of Representatives were sent a list of 25 sugges- given to Christian in Czechoslovakia and many apostolate. Many do their seminaries have been studies. WEDNESDAY, January 9
I unity by the Second Vatican priestly work quietly and closed. The has (Mass as on Monday).
of a bill for Federal aid for all tions for their vote and also people are actually hungry. Asa The observer was asked if

\ colleges following the intervention invited to add their own nomi- Council. result, many of them cross secretly in their afterwork allowed two "spiritual acad- he thought the Church in THURSDAY, January 10
Father Herbert Keldany, sec- hours. emies" as they call them, to (Mass as on Monday).
I of the National Education nations. the border for food and, in Czechoslovakia is dying. He
retary of the Catholic Unity doing so, bring us reports about The people have great con- remain open. One of these is for tune and FRIDAY, January 11
thought a long ,
Octave movement, said that the" situation of the Church in fidence in them; much more at Litomerice and the other is St. II y g I n u s. (Mass of
then said
JACKSONVILLEHARDEN last year the group circulatedsome their country.In confidence than they have in at Bratislava. Here the stu- : Epiphany, Gloria, 2nd prayerof
"No, I would say definitelythat
SU Hyglnus, Preface of
70,000 copies of their spe- 1951, the Czechoslovakia the state-subsidized- Priests. dents can follow a seminary the Church in Czechoslovakia

THE FLORIST cial leaflet containing the government required that all Every now and then a "secret course, but they must also attend is not dying. But it Epiphany; or Mass of a Pon

prayer authorized to be said by Bishops and Priests take an Priest" is discovered and ar compulsory lectures on tiff, Gloria, Preface of Epiphany
is sick.
Flowers for all occasions G" Catholics for unity. This yearan oath of fidelity to the state. rested. communism. very, very ).

SAY IT WITH even larger number are Those who complied were left There is news also that They attend these lectures SATURDAY, January 12

a (HARDEN'S) FLOWERS =. being printed and distributed unhindered in their diocese:: or there are small groups of sitting straight in their chairs Papal Remarks (Mass!' of the Blessed Virgin

3315 LIBERTY ST. s through the Catholic Truth So- who living much Mary for Saturday, Gloria,
parish and were supplied witha young people are and, as as possible, pas
Preface of Blessed ).
EL 6.8139 ciety. state subsidy. the Faith admirably in the sively silent.I .
Show Contrasts SUNDAY 13
Alongside this will come a Those who did not were removed manner of the catacombs. have been told that the January
Holy Family. (Mass of feast! ,
joint call from the English and from office, stripped of They have developed a kind spirit and faith among the VATICAN CITY (XC) In
Gloria Creed Preface of
BE WISE CALL Welsh Bishops to their Priests all income and, if not impri- of toughness about their seminarians is very high and his last audience of 1962, Pope Epiphany, ). ,

I and people to mark the 1963 soned, were cast out on the Faith. that there are no communists John XXIII reminded those

CUT RATE LINOLEUM & TILE CO. octave with special services street. Those Priests and The state-subsidized Priestsare among them, the observer present that happiness and

STORE OF A THOUSAND PATTERNSEL and fervor. Bishops who then, and since not severely criticized by said.Those sorrow are always side by side. New Jersey Ad

Tahitian then have taken the oath are their fellow Priests-those who passed by the communist About 800 attended
Bible persons
3-5567-5-0324 FREE ESTIMATES Cor. 29th & Main
regarded as public servants by refused to take the oath of authorities are permittedto the audience on December Brings Response

InN ew Edition the government and receive fidelity-but are credited for continue on to ordination.The 26, some of them par. From Bihar India

sufficient income to live com- doing the best they can under life of the religious ents of the students of ,

1 VisitJacksonTlUe's ROME (xc) The vicar fortably.In difficult circumstances and orders is almost completelygone.
Rome's Iforth American College PARAMUS, New Jtrsey (NC)
Finest Hotels apostolic of Tahiti has presented the dioceses left vacant severe limitations. Oddly There are some conventsof whor had been ordained Add things never to underestimate -

STEER tp ,,"Gregorio Cardinal who refused''to enough Sisters but they are not "
I by Bishops they are Invariably several! days earlier. the power of: an advertisement -
RCGOM MayflowerGeorge Agagianian, prefect of the sa- take the required oath of fidelity treated badly by the press in permitted to accept any Pope John drew his remarks in the Catholic press.

cred congregation for the Prop- to the state, a vicar capi Czechoslovakia.The novices. Those who are ableto from the closeness of the two Early in September, the New-

agation of the Faith, a second tular named by the govern- worst of the "peace work are given the difficult feasts of Christmas, the day be- berry's department store hero

Washington edition of a TahitianlanguageBible ment Is in charge, the observer Priests" is one named Josef task of caring for mentally fore the audience, and of St. advertised special classes in

eltr :;ccs s. >BROILED published 50 years ago. said. Plojhar. The people call him retarded and deranged chil- Stephen Martyr, the feast of flower arranging In the

Jefferson The new edition offered by When the state-subsidized "the evil spirit" of Czechoslo- dren. the audience day. Advocate newspaper of the

STEAKS ROllEHT KLOUl'l'EL Bishop Paul Maze M.S.C., dif Priests assemble for a deanery vakia. He was suspended by Those who cannot work have He told the story of Christ Newark archdiocese and Pater-

Foot of Beaver! St. Viaduct fers from its predecessor in its meeting, a lay state official Archbishop Josef Beran of been assigned to a convent mas and aid: son diocese.
President Director
I EL 1.9158ROOFS translation of the psalms, presides. Similarly, a Prague and rose in the govern. where they must remain with "While great Joy surroundedthe Recently an answer came

\I which was done by six mission- lay official rules all diocesan ment to be Minister of Health. out leaving until they die. newborn Jesus at that from Doctor Rajendra

I ers. The original translationwas chanceries, while the vicar Archbishop Benin's where- Officially religious instruc- very moment Herod was plan Mishra of Dumka, Bihar,

a labor of half a century. capitular is abouts not known. It is tion exists. Certain Priests are
CLEANED only a figure- are ning the slaughter of the inno- India. He asked to be en-

Although the book is in head. believed that he is kept con. paid by the government to cents." rolled In Wednesday eve-

PRESSURE METHOD Tahitian it will be under Giving a thorough survey of stantly on the move. Nevertheless teach religion in the public At the present time, he con- ning class.

stood by the people of many the Church's situation in that he Is revered by the schools.. tinued, while he and those present Unfortunately, the classes

ASPHALT-TILE- ASBESTOS other islands of Polynesia country, he said that the hopesof people as a saint and is commonly But the parents are keptin were enjoying the audi- had already been held. However

$49.00 Average Home among whom it will be dis the Church in Czechoslovakia believed to be one of such terror through reprisals ence, there was war and blood- William Barnes, store

tributed. rested in small groups of the three whom Pope John that very few chil- shed somewhere in the world. manager, said Newberry'i
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Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 4, 1963 British Prelates Say:' .

John C. O'BrienNoise

Council II Gave Bishops Of ,, WINTER PARKGeorge

Hurts, but Brings Buyers. World Good AcquaintanceLONDON


shouted 0 are d, screamed and sary for the stations to violate
THE NC William Cardinal Archbishop -
( )- Godfrey,
is the the regulation against turningup
I of Westminster has said that the most
possibly important -
of television viewers "Ninety per cent of the popu- the sound.Currently .
to the attention of the ," the writer noted, "have the staff of the 4 < e result of the first cession::; of the ecumenical councilwas

Com m unica- wrong with their hear- FCC is studying loud commer- that "we have all come to know each other better."

tions Commis- The yelling is superfluous. cials to determine for itself Cardinal Godfrey said in aninterview t
"Take a simple example from
sion and mem i are weary of getting whether the complaints of in the 'CatholicHerald"
the United States of America.
bers of Con- out of our seats with viewers are justified, and, if t here that those taking
gress. A high nonsense.* so, what to do about it. k part in the council had been 'Some Bishops may have been

percentage o f Another correspondent! said: The chairman of the Commission able to gain at first hand 1 under the impression that Bos- StuartSMITHCORONA
ton, where the majority of
set owners are "There are many nocturnals Newton F, Minow, has "knowledge of the problems
tired of listen- to sound sleepers and said that he believes the FCC facing the Church in different \Christians are Catholics, is typ-
9 ical of the United States. We
ing to a TV radio is a pleasant way to should adopt a rule to limit parts of the world.
were to learn that the southern
pitchman the sleepless hours the sound volume of commer- "This was particularly true '
proclaiming pro-
the it does not disturb any- cials to the volume of the ad- in our consideration of liturgical states of the U.S.A. are missionary -

merits of a but the ridiculously loud jacent programs.But : matters," he told the Brit- ; lands.
L: 'r" 4 I ish Catholic weekly. "One American Bishop of a
product at the top of n.usic before and he informed Senator f .
voice, often to the the news is completely Case there are a lot of tech- k -, 'It applies also to any occasion -newly formed diocese counts jrr

ment of a blare of ." nical problems involved in when we have been dis- only 2 per cent of the inhabi-

Thousands of letters Network officials who ap drafting a simple rule to deal LEADERS WITH 'KNOW-HOW IN DCCW cussing what are generally tants among his flock."

pouring into the do not listen to their with the annoyance. He is con- Tallahassee-based Idelle Murphy (right), a memberof called matters of discipline. Archbishop Heenan described -

and the offices of programs have denied fident, however, that the study the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women has Where the doctrinal teachingof i the first session as in large
the Church has been con measure "an experiment .
complaining that the commercials are broad- undertaken by his staff will
been "the eyes and the ears" of the diocesan board in
i volume goes up at a higher sound level lead to a specific proposal in cerned this exchange of out It was inevitable that most
regard to legislation and civic. participation committees.She look has been most valuable"
programs are the programs.! But a the near future. Bishops should have come to
commercial firm, which i Toning down the sound vol- swapped ideas at a recent meeting of the women's he emphasized. the council with a somewhat

Senator Clifford the sound volumes ume, however, would eliminate board with another active committee leader, Mrs. Robert Archbishop John Heenan localized picture of the Church. COMPACT 25O..

Jersey, one of the noise analysis measuring only one of the complaints of :McGill of Jacksonville, Home and School Association's of Liverpool in a statementto By the Feast of the Immaculate

I who email about as well as high many television viewers.A chairman. another Catholic weekly, Conception everyone realized A FULL-FEATURED,
concluded the "Universe said: how little he knew of the world
commercial has been components, large segment of the OFFICE
ly heavy, recently the television viewers are audience finds most comrnerc Mystery Solved of Origin "Perhaps the most striking wide Church."

samples of his "just hearing things." i a Is definitely irritating. lesson we have learned is the One great surprise for Archbishop TYPEWRITER AT THE

over to the FCC with Definitely, they reported They are unnecessarily long, Of need for compassion and toler Heenan, he said, was PRICE OF A MANUALFOR
for action. television commercials repetitious and often absurd. Egyptian i ObeliskVATICAN ance. the lack of secrecy comparedwith

One irate louder than the rest of Who is not tired of the "We knew of course a great the reports of the Fii>t PLUS f.LT.

plained that the (' h.. program. dreary kitchen dramas enactedto CITY (NC-New light has been shed on deal about the difficulties of Vatican Council. The press 5250

were M loud Only a mass protest by the proclaim the bleaching qualities the mysterious Egyptian obelisk that stands in the vast the Church behind the Iron was kept authoritatively informed See It NOW at

awakened not only viewers will deter adver- of a soap powder, the me- square in front of St..Peter's Curtain. We had also understood and newspaper! reports :

baby but the baby Miami"r from continuing the chanical stomachs used to illustrate basilica.It of Gallus in Gaul, Forum jum, that conditions in Europe for the most part were
the action the modern city of Frejus on are different from those accurate he
ofa said.
family in the that now pass for flaking was the light of a mid- ,
the French Riviera. for example in the Far East.
ment. But up till now pain reliever, the absurd sit- summer sun that gave the first He stated that the debatesat
uations that simply call for the Gallus was born in 69 B.C. 1 But we had not appreciatedwhat
Another letter such protest has arisen. On clue to the solution now advanced the council which hal

why television contrary, surveys have smoking of a cigarette.Astronauts by Filippo Magi, direc- of poor parents. He first achieved contrasts can" exist between most shocked' some of the non- 1J3 lASt tOtlNSON MUMM. RA, M MJ1IAdertiers
the nations the Arch-
renown in Rome for his ,
with that the "hard sell" tor of excavations and archeolo- Catholic observers "basicallyhave
put up Cite later 1 bishop continued.
sell more prod gical research In Vatican City. poems distinguished been about the best meth-
than the restrained re Studying the obelisk's ancient himself as a soldier and finallywas "We know better now what ods of presenting the truths of always appreciate
'Ample Proof' Of made the caution must be exercised be-
on the merits of a prod- Roman inscription one prefect of Egypt.He Faith both to those of the knowing that you aw

God's brilliant August day, Magi incurred the displeasure of J fore deciding to impose a common household of the Faith and to their advertisement!' in the

The loud commercial is a MajestyHOUSTOX noticed telltale marks of an Augustus Caesar and was re- pattern on Catholics liv- those outside." pages of The Florida Catholic.AVliy : .

of the technique known (XC) Ameri- earlier inscription and proceeded lieved of his post by the Roman i ing under widely divergent political "It is important for Catholics not make it a point 'to
Senate which also 1 We have
V V the advertising profession ca's 1C astronauts have joinedin to decipher them. confiscatedall systems. seen to know that at no point, tell) them:
his and condemn-1 too the of outlook
property variety resulting -
the "hard sell. The adver a Christmas statement that He discovered that the obe- has there been a conflict of be-
ed him to exile. He committed from race culture and
agencies proceed on the earth and outer space give lisk had first been erected bya suicide in 2G B.C.All national traditions., lief among the Bishops," he

that the way to com "ample proof" of God's majesty. Roman prefect of Egypt, cautioned. "All spoke with the WALTER MI NGES
that had been Heenan added
known of Archbishop
v v the attention of the view- Caius Cornelius Gallus, a poet, the obelisk's : authentic voice of the One True Clothier To MenThe

is to puncture his ear drums. The astronauts made the soldier and politician who fell that it had history been until now Church. But they were often Finest In Men's Wear
At present there is no FCC comment in response to jeers into disgrace and died by his was brought sharply divided the
from Egypt to Rome the University on questionof 20; X. ORANGE AVE..lcros .
u I a t ion prohibiting the by soviet cosmonauts that own hand. t Emperor Caligula to adorn the accent that voice shoulduse From St. James
FLORIDA IS commercial. Stations they found no angels in space. The present inscription by an ," he concluded.
OF DANDEE not permitted to turn up Last week the astronautssaid the Emperor Caligula was cut arena on Vatican hill knownas Historian
the Vatican circus and thatit
sound volume for commer- : into the stone after the bronze

but there is no bar to the "Since the days of Christ, letters of the original inscrip- was placed in its present Elected I SWIMMIN POOL -

LOUIS W. of such commercials if they man's knowledge of heavenly tions of Callus were removed. position in 1586 by Pope SixtusV. Sales & Service

Agent for reproduced at the sound objects has increased a hundredfold Holes left by the rivets which Design i -Construction- Chemicals +
Bet-linger Uro. It is widely held that St. CHICAGO (XC) GerhartB.
Mark-MilUr Candle at which they were and now he desiresto had attached the earlier legendon Equipment-Service
professor of historyat
the obelisk what first Peter died near the obelisk in Model at 4121 Drive
r.o. 4103: Carrollton reach out and touch that were Edgewater
parrararntal Win the circus and some hold that ; the University of Californiaat
The studios which record which has become familiarto attracted Magi's attention. They Glazed Marble Finish
New Orlean Los Angeles, assumed the
commercials the his sight. also enabled him to recon- this obelisk was in fact the RUDY SHODIS GA 3-7678 CY 3.2101
PURE ALTAR pdjust presidency of the American
goal post or trophy referred to
track for ia high sound "The Russian cosmonauts struct the original.The .
'Catholic Historical Association
so that it IB not neces-' have reported that there are no earlier inscription .announced )fin early Christian writings as' at the association's annual
angels in outer space. But in that the obelisk had a symbol of martyrdom. '

1= t the panorama of earth and stars been erected in a place known'as .. It lacks Egyptian hierogly meeting Mr. Ladner here last was week.previouslyfirst You'll Enjoy Doing Business With -

Herman J. Heidrich visible there is ample proof of Forum Julium by Gallus. phics. Among the obelisks in vice-president of the
the majesty of the universe and That place, unknown today, Home, the 83-feet high monu- ORLANDO FEDERALTHREE
Larrrnt .' & Sons its Creator." was named after the birthplace ment is second in size onlyto automaticallymoved
rharmarj In the up to the presidency
the the Areh-
Growers and Shipper one near
Of Fancy Fruit and Vegetables lie su'cP'tlslanopl Cardozo,
Free" elitery>> I'll basilica! of St. John Lateran,

Huntington Bldg. BRAND PRODUCTS I Try This Kitchen Treat I which The problems is lOG feet of its high.removalto chairman at of the the Catholic history University department -- Drive-In Tellers Night DepositorySaveBy.Mail

its present site under the of America, Washington. Service School Savings

direction of the architect Do-
Customer Parking Lots Home LoansInvestment
menico Fontana .are still leg- Other new officers of the

s- 6RIDE W F V W endary in Rome. The most cele- association are Vincent P. De Travelers' Checks Accounts

w brated legend says that specta- Santis of the University 0 f

tors were bound under painof Notre Dame, first vicepresident SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ANTICIPATED DIVIDEND

T..1Kf that death one to cried keep out silent that, but the Tibesar, and O.F.M.Father, of the Antonine Catholic INSURED UP TO 4'% Per Annum

.;: yr. F ropes raising it upright were University of America, second $10,000 COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY
BLUEBIRD about to catch fire from fric vice-president.
John K.
Monsignor Cart-
tion and thus saved the monu- ,r
CAIIEI CITIIS JIICCS ment known to millions.In wright, rector of St. Matthew's K6 cfJz

A cathedral, Washington, and e
It ?tit 904d tj'Z U't4 ,. a report on Magi's workon
; :r Father Robert Trisco of the AND LOAM ASSOCIATION
the obelisk, the Vatican City _

8"1 S ONE 7 1 u111J daily, L'Osservatore Romano, Catholic University continue as ... ,.,. -, ..
treasurer and .
styled it "the most sensational secretary, respec- I ..

archeological discovery of the tively.
1 tJ ad eitud PINE HILLS MANCH _
Professor Ladner native of .
year." a low W.CtaM4t MM Mb -...-tars ii MM s..Mr r
Orange Grapefruit Blend Sections Vienna, was educated at the
Austrian Institute for Historical -
J'4HM.9UUllJn t1/ Ihs IJIkW. ,,. Merchants Oppose Research and the Univer-

ads roNuwO,4 Maecti1 dw US.Depre..r.IAe c Jtw1 Perky, piping hot little mufIP fins are just right with a sity of Vienna, where he received ORLANDO'S* NEWEST and FINEST

cheese, tuna and pea salad Sunday Business his doctorate in 1930. Ori the shorts ef beautiful

I nestled in a lettuce leaf. The He came to Canada in 1938as take Lola rloekwig the

muffins are made quickly and WILMINGTON, Delaware an assistant professor at the illuminated Centennial Founttut
I SECURITY FEDERAL (XC) A recent survey of 20
4i easily with a corn muffin mix. Pontifical Institute of Medieval
Delaware retail merchants
i! t.1l: SAVINGS AXD LOAN ASSOCIATION -And the smallest hint of Studies and the University of
showed them to be unanimously
onion inside with a sprinklingof Toronto. He also taught at
WE ARE NOT THE LARGEST, BUT opposed to retail Sunday
>- sesame seeds atop the golden Notre Dame, Howard University -
i WE TRY TO BE THE FRIENDLIEST. business activity, a business
muffins adds the zip which and Fordham University,
,T1:_s t / per annum 1mmJ4 : complements a salad luncheonso leader said here recently. before going to the Universityof
411 % current dividend :: John R. Mitchell, head of
/ welL California this year. During .sE FRANK E. FLYNN
compounded quarterly Mitchell's Variety Stores, was .LL1J Wlgr.
Srsame Corn :Muffins World War II he served as a .. [ ;..._ Phone CHerry 1-3311
919 West Fairbanks Ave. MI 7-tl00-Winter Park One 12-oz. pkg. (! cups) reporting on a survey of at- _
captain with the Canadian .
corn muffin mix titudes toward Sunday busi--

1 egg ness, carried out at his expense. army.
3 cup
1 teaspoon Instant minced Mr. Mitchell said the sur-

Cook-out mom-style Sesame onion seeds vey, which also included Church Destroyed 14k. Religious Items

Heat oven to hot (400F.). questioning of the general BAIE ST. PAUL, Quebec (X Sterling! Rosaries BILL BARDOE

Empty contents of packageinto public, showed widespread C) Historic St. Peter and Next to Publix

bowl. Add egg, milk and public Indifference on the Issue .. St. Paul church here, long a 2300 Edgewater Drive FORD FACTORY DEALER

.' .\ of Sunday sales. tourist attraction, was destroyed
minced onion. Blend only until SAVE ON YOUR
-_. ',.. He said he believes legisla- by a fire four days before GRAY'S JEWELRY
dry ingredients are thoroughly
a > moistened. (Batter should be tion is necessary to counteract Christmas. The wooden church DEALPh.

slightly lumpy.) growing trends toward wide- was highly valued because of 636-3333

: Fill greased muffin cups spread Sunday business activi its artistic qualities, stood on A I R V I E W 236 .E. Plant St.

\ half fulL Sprinkle tops witha ty. The state General Assem- the site of the original church, Cleaners & Winter Garden

: !. .', \ few sesame seeds. Bake in bly failed to approve a Sunday which was built In 1681. The Laundry Member i"F
; 1Cubs \ closing law in its last session.Mr. fire is believed to have been Featuring
preheated oven (400F.) 15 to
Oriental Fabric Care St. Charles
_. Mitchell said Delaware caused by an explosion in the
f al 20 minutes. Makes 12 muffins.
merchants should make a new furnace room. 4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando Pari httA1r

or Boy Scouts Brownies or Girl Scouts ball teams, dubs or church Serve warm with cheese and effort to win enactment of sucha

groups-a treat they'll love. Try it and reel I You'll get fast, courteous service- pea salad. law.

the tastiest food at prices that please. For cheese and pea salad, Sunday business activity, he
combine 2 drained cooked
stated, "infringes on the free-
look for the golden arcbesMcDonald's peas, 2 hard-cooked eggs, sliced,; dom of a merchant to remain
4 sweet pickles chopped, 1/3' & 4k& ,
closed, which may become next .
cubed mild Cheddar cheese '
L cup ,1 to impossible as the existing II
1/2 cup chopped celery and one situation moves on." 3 ttftCCTEQ PAZ fp 7v N .
7-oz. can tuna fish, drained and -
flaked. Add 1/2 teaspoon salt, .., .
2 tablespoons salad dressingor
3adt80DyIII: ,e. Sooth. Pasadena .rrr Pinella Park St. Petersburg mayonnaise and 2 tablespoons SUBSCRIBE Complete Trust Department Services


,. Winter Haven Orlando Lakeland NOW !I MI 7-3000 ' Sa.--ota ing lightly. Serve in lettuce Member ...D.I.C.Page .

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t m. The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 4, 1963 Page Seven

New Films Revelation Project Given
I Joe Williams
Reviewed reeentlr sad classifiedby Number to Revise SchemaVATICAN
tit Dee ,.
the I>rioa u
IT WITH FLOWERS" Morally UnobjectionableFor CITY (NC) Membership has been an- Football Giants are Never

COLLEGE PARK General PatronageTHE nounced here of the special commission set up by Pope'John

FLORISTFLOWERS PASSWORD IS XXm to recast the controversial project on sources of Stand-Patters Win or Lose

COURAGE (MGM) Revelation proposed at the .. Ftk ,
BY WIRE Morally Unobjectionablefor Grath of Panama City, Panama;
2120 Edgewater-GA 3-5771 Adults ecumenical council. Abbot Benno Gut O.S.B., abbot a TO put a winning team together is one thing; to keep it
The presidency of the com- t.a another. does this better than
Orlando Nite GA 2-0894 LOVERS OF TERUEL (Fr.) primate of the Benedictine con- quite Nobody
mission is shared by Alfredo federation; and Father Aniceto the baseball Yankees. But how about the football Giants?
Cardinal Ottaviani and Augustin -
Fernandez O.P., master generalof They've won five Eastern
Ecuador Thanks Cardinal Bea S J. timing, there was no let
titles in
the Dominican order. seven years and despite -
Cardinal down in If anything,
Ottaviani Is
I ATTARDREAL pres- New members from the their 16-7 loss to the
Church For ident of the council's theology there was a lift.
unity secretariat are Archbishop Green Bay Packers last Sunday -
commission, which presentedthe Y.A. Tittle replaced Conerly
ESTATEREALTORBUILDER Census HelpQUITO John Heenan of Liverpool; the Giants
project. at quarterback, Del Shofner
Archbishop Lorenz Jaeger of proved worthy
i complete real estate service Ecuador (NC) -Ec Cardinal Bea Is president of Paderborn; Archbishop Joseph contenders for moved into Rote's passcatchingspot

3013 EDGEWATER DRIVE uador's government has the secretariat for promoting Martin of Rouen; Bishop Fran .-.- -_- ...-,.__-_-_-___m --""... ________ the national P. Don Chandler's toe took
thanked Church authorities for Christian unity. football over where Summerall's left
cois Charriere of Switzerland; leaguechampion
I'V off, Allen Webb assumed DickNolan's
in The special commission has
4-2788 MI 7-63&1 their help carrying out a Bishop Emile De Smedt of -
Cuban exile teacher Mrs. Francisco Andreu showed
American been organized to the responsibilities as safe-
census of this South put proj- Bruges; Bishop William Hartof ship. History t
nation. ect into a more acceptableform. Dunkeld; Bishop Pieter some Dade City girls some Spanish Christmas customs. does not record I ty man and a real stunner!
Above the Name students who made Rookie Bill Winter
Taking the census was made Nierman of Groningen; Bishop Holy Academy a the name of pro-
Children'sClothes difficult by the opposition of Michael Cardinal Browne Gerard van Velsen, O.P.fof "pinata," filled with gifts and later broken at a party, the guy who ceeded to perform ably as Cliff

Indians, who make up about O.P..a member of the theology Kroonstad; Coadjutor Bishop were, from the left, Cecelia Staryos, Carolyn Collura, first calledYankee Livingston's linebacking re-

Line 40 per cent of the country's commission, and Achille Car- Thomas Holland of Portsmouth, Ann Bullington, Mrs. Andreu who teaches them art, and .. Stadium placement.
Census riots in dinal Lienart, Bishop of -Lille, Rita -- -- On the reverse side of the
Finest in ClothingFor population. England; and Monsignor Her- LaRocque. the "Home of Cham-
Indian communities in Tun- and one of the 10 members of But coin we find the Baltimore
Girls & Boys mann Volk, professor of dog pions. history does back '
SSOL/ d. water Dr. GA 4-7738' gurahua province took eight the council presidency-both of matic theology at the Univer- him up. Abundantly. Still, a Colts victorious in 58 and 59.
lives. whom had already been namedto solid foundation Johnny Unitas was extravagantly -
sity of sound organ
Economic Minister Ernesto the mixed commissionhavebeen Also appointed to the Churchtu'U S ization and unrelaxed enter- saluted as the greatestQB
thanked Auxiliary appointed as its vice- in pro history. Unitas is
Tweet Jouvin Cisneros mixed commission were two prise will produce champion

Frnsh Bishop Benigno Chiri- presidents. experts on eastern rites, .. .. ships anywhere.Is still with them but they

,Juicy I boga of Quito for his pastoral Members from the theology Bishop Andrew Katkoff, or- it easier to stay on top, haven't won since.

mna letter urging people to cooperate commission Included three daining Bishop of the Byzan- Bishop WrightPALM Hospital Dedication or consistently close to it, in The Colts still miss Alan

with the government in Americans: Archbishop JohnF. tine Rite for Rome; and Father BEACH Bishop WASHINGTON (XC)-Archbishop -pro baseball than in pro foot Ameche, pile-driving back who

taking the census. Dearden of Detroit, Bishop Teodoro Minisci, supe- John J. Wright of Pittsburghwill Patrick A. O'Boyle of ball? kept the defense honest at the

John J. Wright of Pittsburghand rior general of the Italian lecture in Palm Beachon Washington and health, educa- I shouldn't think so. The same time, enlarging Unitas'range

No. 2-OG Bushel Carton Furniture ReupholsteredAt Auxiliary Bishop JamesH. congregation of Bas i I i a n i Sunday, January 13, at the tion and welfare secretary basic problems are the same: and opportunity. For

Oranges, Grapefruit $8.70 Prices You Can Afford Griffiths of New York. monks. Henry FlaglerIuseum.. Anthony J. Celebreeze will Getting good men at the outset; three years the Colts have

No. 3-OGT Half Bushel Free EstimatesE&S Other new members from the Experts from both the the- Proceeds from the benefit take part in January 6 dedication replacing them, when needed, vainly tried to replace "The
Horse. Meantime
Oranges, Grapefruit and REUPHOLSTERING same commission are Archbishop ology'commission and the sec- ;program, sponsored by the ceremonies at the new by other good men. they've

Tangerines $6.35 2011 I\& So. Orange Ave. Ermenegildo F lor 1 t of retariat have been named to Cenacle Retreat League, will Holy Cross Hospital in subur- At times the situation rails dropped to second division and

"GA 5-1717 Florence; Archbishop Gabriel serve on the mixed commis- be donated to the new Cenacle ban Silver Spring.Archbishop for variations. Webb Ewbank, their miracle
Choice selected citrus fruit
Garrone of Toulouse Archbishop sion. Retreat House which coach, is in jeopardy.
from my own groves are ; providesfor O'Boyle will bless Moose Skowron was more
used In packing all orders. Pietro Parente, assessor of Those from the former are 40 women retreatants on and dedicate the structure and than adequate as a first base- There are other examples,

Sprays cartons.of kumquats decorateall GULF SOLAR HEAT the sacred congregation of the Monsignor Joseph C. Fenton, U. S. Higway 1 in Lantana. The the HEW secretary will speak. man, but Yankee pitching was mostly centering on quarter-

GIFTS AND FRUIT Holy Office; Archbishop Giovanni Washington D. C; MonsignorUgo lecture will begin at 8:15: p.m. Auxiliary Bishop Philip H. beginning to run thin, so this back (the Browns are still

FOR ALL OCCASIONS KEROSENE- FUEL OILS Peruzzo, Bishop of Lattanzi, theology professor Tickets may be obtained by Hannan Washington will made the Moose expendable. looking for a reasonable facsimile -

PROMPT DELIVERY Agrigento; Archbishop Maurice at the Pontifical Lateran writing to Mrs. Mary E. Mc- give the invocation. Accordingly, he was traded to of Otto Graham), but

WRITE FOR OR BROCHUREVISIT COMEIN CALL MI 49572WATER'S Roy of Quebec; Archbishop University; aId Father Carolo Kechnie, Guild president, at Offices Remodeled the Dodgers for a flrst-line the difficulty of the Colts will

Alfredo Scherer of Porto Balic O.F.M.; Father Giorgio 511 Brazilian Avenue, Palm pitcher. Stan Williams. suffice.
GIFT SHOP Alegre; Archbishop F r a n j o Castellino S.D.B.; Father Lorenzo -Beach. PORTLAND Oregon (NC)-
AT PACKING HOUSE FUEL OIL The Giants owe their con-
Seper of Zagreb; Bishop Fran di Fonzo O.F.M., Conv.; Father Mission Board Remodeling is now under way
Totals of to
tinuity success personnel
HIWAY 17-92 & HORATIOAT cisco Barnado y Viejo O.P., of Alexander Kerrigan on a building which will house
TRAFFIC LIGHT COMPANY Salamanca.Also O.F.M. and Father Damian WASHINGTON (XC) -Receipts the Portland archdiocesan changes by which they not ORLANDO
MAITLAND PH. MI. 7-3837 956 W. FAIRBANKS Bishop Charue of Na Van den Eynde O.F.M. All the of the American Boardof chancery offices and the offices only at got what the they needed'time., but In WINTER PARKGary's
exactly right
Catholic Missions the of the Catholic
during Sentinel,
mur Maronite Rite Bishop
,FORREST B. STONE ; Religious Priests are faculty be and
trading, timing can
WINTER PARK Michael Doumith of Sarba; members at Rome universities. fiscal year ending July 31, archdiocesan newspaper. The
Bishop Franjo Franic of Split Experts from the unity sec- 19G2, totaled 3330617.74, "lar- building, purchased last July often is a more vital consideration Duck Inn
gest in history," the board's will provide for 40 offices, the than what you get
and Makarska Bishop Georges retariat
; are Monsignor Michele
Why not live In Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres? treasurer, Joseph Cardinal Sentinel printing plant and an in return.
Pelletier of Three Rivers Maccarrone
I ; professor at the FINEST SEAFOOD AND
We have a home designed for your family Bishop Joseph Schroeffer of Lateran; Monsignor Eduard Ritter, Archbishop of St. Louis, auditorium. It is expected to The Giants have consummated ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE
stated in the annual be ready for next too many of these on-
Eichstaett Francesco report re- occupancy by
; Stakemeier, Moehler Instituteof
the-dot trades in recent Phone GA 4-4531
DEMETREE BUILDERS cently. spring.
Spanedda of Bosa; Bishop Jan Paderborn, Germany; Mon- dismiss them as luck. How 3974 So. Or. BI. Trail
van Dodewaard of Haarlem; signor Ivan Mark Canonization Convent Dedicated
I Vodopivec, professor -
5307 East Colonial Drive CR 7-1922 many teams have lost a Charley
Auxiliary Bishop Mark Mc- at the Pontifical Urban CHICAGO (X Ceremonies)
Carolina Conerly, a Kyle Rote and a
I University;; and Father Gregory in the Basilica Of Our Lady of (NO-Bishop Vincent S. Waters Pat Summerall, or traded offa Complete llebt Control

Baum O.S.A.; Father Johann Sorrows here celebrated the of Raleigh, North Carolina, Cliff Livingston and a Dick LEWISCOBBEXTERMINATING

:r SERVICE SINCE 1934 Feiner; Father Jerome Hamer canonization of St. Anthony dedicated a new motherhousehere Nolan and yet continued to CO.

The Path O.P.; and Father Gustave ThUs. Pucci O.S.M., hours after he for the Sisters of Mercyon win? Incorporated 1946
To Homo.Ownership :; (1::' 4Va% The Priests are all professorsor was formally declared a Saint New Year's Eve. That's\the remarkable feature 1320 Wilfred IJr.-P.O. Itox 2148OrUndo \
former professors at Catholic by ,Pope John XXIII in Romeon ut.UOI'
Made Easier By Our it1l -The structure, located on 'of the"GIants' operation.
Practical Home : .; institutions.The December 9. The basilicais the campus of Sacred Heart Conscious that replacementshad
i Financing ': I $
f,, '- ANTICIPATED mixed commission'stwo at the headquarters of the Junior College for girls, is a ,to fie made, they moved
:, DIVIDEND presidents are free to Province of Our of Sor- Waldron Co.
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"?/ ? / Winter Park Federal COMPOUNDEDQUARTERLY sions, the the unity council secretariat commis-was member., of which The Anthony Saint wasa was Says Mass Offered We Give S&H Green Stamps

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(Ax not partly elected by the council an Italian Priest who lived ,
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Fathers and from
partly appointed 1819 to 1892. tifical Requiem Mass for former -
PARK NORTH BRANCH by the Pope. All secretariat
United States
New England at Knowles Fern Pork :::. ..i members were named by the Bishop at Funeral Spiritual Needs attorney
general James P. McGranerywas
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Pope at the beginning of thecouncil's GREENE, Iowa (NO)-Pontifical WASHINGTON (NC) A offered last week in St.Matthew's .

preparatory phase. Requiem Mass for team of Federal Communications cathedral here by
James H. Hagarty, 89, a school @f
Early in the council, Pope Commission investigators Archbishop Patrick A. O'Boyleof
John raised it to the status of teacher and farmer, was offered believes network television today Washington.Mr. .

a council commission with the in St. Mary's church by holds down the spreadingof
his Paul L. McGranery was a member & Laundry
Bishop Hag-
right to form mixed son
commis- the nation's spiritual, cultural of the board of trustees of
sions with other council com arty O.S.B., of Nassau, Ba and economic aspirations.In the Catholic of 935 SO. ORANGE
hamas. Mr. Hagarty died at his
missions charged with present. a 190-page document put America and the National PRONE GA 2-522J
home here in mid-December.
ing projects to the council and together after six years of Shrine of the Immaculate
amending them in accordancewith study, the investigators, whose Conception. Our Heart's in OUR Work

criticisms voiced at gen .S ( report has been presented to
making eral council meetings. % < the commission, conclude that
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Member New York Stock ExchangeAnd
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April 30 to May 3, at the Americana vie for acceptance in a free other principal exchanges

Hotel in Bal Harbour. market for ideas," they say.
The meeting of Catholic editors
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general chairmanship of ILFORD, England (NC) -
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their subject areas announcedby at Fordham University, t4

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Friday VW"

Father John A. O'Brien [ ; : : S'S\' ; : ;!I I Irish Prelates Express Views On

I Reading Stirs SeekersOf '. .;..:.. :'> ,' -' ., Benefits Derived at Council MeetDUBLIN

I Truth to Find Peace S (NC-John Cardinal D'Alton, primate of all Ireland, has expressed the

S Irish prelates' gratitude for the reception given them on their return home recently from

AN effective way of sharing your holy Faith with others '..... ,, Rome. He said all the -prelates were aware of the great -mivileee of taking- -part in a

to lend or give them Catholic literature: newspapers, S ".''f," ...' .''..' .... Vatican council. more recent origin. The council ties and views of the others.In .
magazines, pamphlets and books. Never throw Catholic Cardinal D'Alton described it
., had given an opportunity to some cases their problemsand
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<2' as "a most moving experienceto
literature. Pass it on to the old Catholic countries to get difficulties were greater
] templation." I began to devour & ; I VV <'. assemble day after day with
others. S ; s V to know the difficul- than "
books on the Catholic religionand .: the Bishops of the Universal problems, ours.
1 Helpful also are conversion ...
I to plague a Catholic 41jS },'")i Church, of every race and color
They present the linesof
reasoning which each year friend with questions. '. t.S and from every corner of the Blessing Given Promotes Vocations

are leading thousands of truth More important, I began to earth, gathered around the BERLIN (XC) The bless- SANTIAGO (XC) A United V

RCKers___L___ into, __ pray. My greatest difficultywas same altar at the tomb of St. ing of Pope John XXIII was States'missioner here has

in believing that Jesus Peter and singing. the Creed given to the
the fold. Suchhelpfulness throngs packing
published a booklet to promote
is Christ is God. ; ; { together in perfect unity of churches for Christmas Massesin
vocations in this country.
.. faith.
illustrated in : + Even though I had never .: ,. '- ",. communist-ruled Poland, acCording -
: The Cardinal continued Father Herbert Jones 0.
the Hebraic : ,
the conversionof "f practiced religionof ; ,,>. to reports reachinghere.
} &.' my family, I still clung to' : .' "Our, discussions were carried Carm., of Lawrence, Massachusetts -
Dorothy '
.,' : : .
Carmelite vocation direc-
heir belief that ; with
Christ seriousnessin
was on great
Kassel I The read in
a high h was a
tor for Chile translated a four-
mortal spirit of and truth
simply a charity
school teacherin a man. .. letter from Stefan Cardinal
Fort Worth. But His life, teachings and ;' : and over all we felt the wise Wyszynski, primate of Poland, page booklet entitled "Have"
You About This? The
miracles recorded in and benign of our beloved Thought
She relates: as Scrip presence who recently returned from the
ture that He divine. Holy Father." missionaries plan to open a
One day I wasvisiting prove was ecumenical council. Returning
a The Resurrection, the miracleof .,'S, k\ Stating that the health of council Fathers were given the seminary here next March.

#_.--- miracles, removes the last : :S Pope John XXIII to "Our great concern," Father
inena ana nappeneu to pick upa ; appeared special privilege of giving the
vestige of doubt on this sub be better the Cardinal asked Herbert said, "is to encourage
book, "The Seven Storey apostolic blessing to their people
I Mountain" by Thomas Merton. ject.Both : c71 kMLW the Irish people to pray that on their arrival home. vocations here in Chile and in
the rest of South America. We
Scripture and history God the
may "long spare Holy
Peggy thought that I would :....w
find it interesting and show that Christ, the Son of ,1': Father to the Church and to missionaries realize that we
kindly Magazine Published
I loaned it to me. That book God, founded the Catholic $ .; the world the Irish 'hierarchy cannot solve the many problems

Church. ,, ; had the great privilegeof TORONTO (NC) The national of this mission area with
changed the whole course of ,
my life.'Vhen. The first Protestant Churchwas ; f v'c1 4 a private audience with His Catholic center for radio, out the" help of native voca

tahlished by Martin V Holiness on his 81st birthdayand television, film and press here tions.

I started to read it, I Luther in 1524. Ten years later we shall never forget the has begun publication of a new
had no interest in the Catholic "
Henry VIII founded the An- beautiful simplicity and great 'monthly magazine dealing with

religion. But as I continued to glican Church, of which the wisdom with which he spoketo films, the broadcast media and
read it, I became absorbed in
British monarch remains to us for over three quartersof publications. Called Christian

the young author's efforts to this day the nominal head. In an hour, sending his special Communications, it is edited

find a way of life that would 1560 John Knox establishedthe V f blessing to the people of Ire- by Father John W. Mole O.M.I., :

satisfy the hunger of his heart Presbyterian Church, whilein r5 S4I land." of the University of Ottawa. PALMS
for love and the quest of his
1739 John and Charles : "
Wesley "During these! two months,
intellect for truth. j4tE ORIAL
organized the Methodist '.: ".::; Cardinal D'Alton continued, _

_ Written with transparent' Episcopal Church. .. "both inside and outside the BEACH MEMORIAL
inccrity, the book held
me The whole question, whichis council, the Bishops of the CHAPELSt. Maynard A. Duryea.frank M. Ryll
spell IOUHl. His ended PettrBbur Reach 360-5577
quest :
j I
the true Church?, boiled if entire world have got to
with his embracing the Catholic
: down to the question, Whomam know each other's problemsand SEMINOLE BEACH 649 2nd Ave. So. Ph 862-6503

religion) and becoming: a I to believe: Jesus Christ, "" ; have discussed together MEMORIAL CHAPELSt.
Trappist monk. ST. PETERSBURG
Martin Luther, Henry VIIIor the great questions facing the r.tuabur& 391-9907 I

_ Thomas Merton was of my John Wesley? world In this period of his Iu -

generation. I understood his There could be only one answer / 4 I tory .

humor, his college rascality, -Jesus Christ, the Son of AT SWEARING-IN OF TANGANYIKA'S PRESIDENT "We all feel greatly sustained -
fun and problems. the which Robert A. Fisk Win. C.
I watched in utter fascination God.Therefore if I am to be a Laurean Cardinal Rugambwa, Bishop of Bukoba, Tanganyika, greets, in lower offered by for prayers the success of were the Funeral Director I ,funeral Jon Director

as his conversion transformedhim photo, President Julius Nyerere of the newly independent republic of Tanganyika.The .
member of the true Church, I council by the faithful all over
from an "infidel" like myself head of state is a convert. Above, a chief anoints the president with watered the world and
must become a Catholic. particularly in f I
d.dJ1 Tick &
to a cloistered monk, who This I did at St. Mary's flour, symbol of peace and prosperity. President Nyerere wore tribal attire and carried Ireland for which we are most. ; .:1cacr"i1t1J)

could produce "Seeds of Con Church on September 21, 1956a shield and spear as he was sworn into office in Dar Es Salaam. grateful." FUXKRAL: hOME:

red-letter day in my life. When asked about a news- Oxygen & Radio Equipped Ambulances
Plan Lay Congress Braille Edition Rules Revised
Religion has brought me paper report that Stefan Cardinal MEMBER

A. H. Craig-Kondal I* Bennett all began when I read "The nent committee for international 'edition of the social encyclical, alized regulations on clerical 1 Poland, might visit Ireland G 107 ST.Mass.CLOUD Ave.

Ambulance! Service Seven Storey Mountain." God congresses of the apostolateof "Mater et Magistra," of Pope attire, making "pasti "21 con soon as the guest of the hier-

S VA 4-1673 used that book and friends as the laity has scheduled a John XXIII is to be publishedin siderations" the norm for de archy, Archbishop John Mc- NATIONAL UOntl"'t.n,, Phone 892-3701 I

ST. AUGUSTINE the channels of His grace to north European conference to this country at the requestof cision, have been issued by the f Quaid C.S. Sp., of Dublin said:

me. be held in London May 24 to the Association of Blind Belgian Bishops.Up "I have heard nothing about

nn_ __ 26, 1963. Catholics. The Royal National to now Priests were; It." SSS

This will be the first of a Institute for the Blind said it obliged to wear cassocks in all[ Archbishop Thomas Morrisof S S

GRISSOM FUNERAL HOMEPhone series of regional meetings to would probably not be available circumstances. Under the new Cashel and Emly, a mem- f. .' .. \ .

847-3131% prepare for a world congressof until about next August. regulation, they are free to ber of the commission of the CECIL, L. ,: ,; ,I-- J.LLJOE)

KISSIMMEE"OLDEST > the apostolate of the laity wear either cassocks or clerical lay apostolate and communications THE US '>./,., CltABIJ
I II "", IX CENTRAL FLORIDA" (\' which will be held sometime 2150 Baptized t ,"Suits.and Roman collars. Semi- media, said the prospects !, iTI'? ":1. .r; I. IT..

Operating Under Same Name and Management after the termination of the hONG KOXG (XC) Highlight arians and teachers, however,, for the council's success :.., ..arPa9E.
ecumenical council to study of Christmas, ceremonieshere may wear only the cassock, according are great.

decisions concerning the laity. was the baptism of 2150 to the Bishops' direc- He noted that council observers -'JhEU: 9WlE.'tal d-Ioml!

converts to bring Hong Kong's tive. from other churches had

. F. H. Osgood Telephone Council ExpertsROME Catholic population up to 200- been impressed by the differ- OLDEST FUNERAL HOME IN LAKE COUNTY
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Joseph HQward, director of the hope to be able to remove by "We come from a country," KYLE-McLELLAN: INC.

Chicago archdiocese's Collegeof Bianchi P.I.M.E., of Hong 1964 the scaffolding steel I he continued, "with old Cathol-
St. Mary of the Lake here, Kong, who returned here after girders and struts-which has; icism. It is enlightening to get

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Kennedy High School Auditorium 10 Holy Name 8,9:30,11,12:30IIAIXES St. John 9:30 7:30 9, 10:15; 11:30
Good Counsel 8::0 Transfiguration: ,:30 of Lourdes 8, 9, 10, 11 6:15 8, 9, 10, 11:15. 12:15 I
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St. Thomas 8:3p, 10:30 St. Philip Nerl 10:30 St. Margaret 12 SEMINOLE AREA
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BE:LLE VIEW St. Jerome 8, 10, 11:30 Sacred Heart 7, 9, 10. 11 SIESTA KEY I I
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S St. Joseph S. 9:30. 11 INVERNESS Blessed Trinity 7. 9:30, 11:30 Edward I '
12th Av. Chapel 6:30, 10:15 Lady of Fatima 7:30. 11:15 ORANGE PARK ST. PETERSBURG I"
; BRAN 1)0 N JACKSONVILLE St. Mary 9 Blessed Trinity 8, 9:30, 11 I
345-0101 Nativity 8. ,:15, 10:30 Assumption 7,8:30,10,11,12 ORLANDO Holy Family
ItKOOKSVILLE Blessed Trinity 1, 9. 11 Good Shepherd 6:45. 8, 9:30, 11. 12:15
: BRETT FUNERAL HOME St. Anthony 7, 10. 12 Christ the Xing 7. 8. 9:15. 10:30. 12 Immaculate Conception 9 | Rhodes East Chapel, 4th St. & 7th Ave. North 862-5155 3
IH'NNKLL 7, 8:30. 10. 11:15. 1%:30 St. Andrew St. John 7. 8. 9:30. 10:45. 12
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Our Lady of Consolation 9:30 Most Holy Redeemer St. John Vianney 6:30. 7:30 9. 10:30, 11:45
TAMP AV PEDRO Normandy School S..10 7. 8. '. 10. 11:15. 12:30 St. Raphael 7,8:30.10,11:30
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Holy Name 9, 11:15 Resurrection 7:30. 9:30. 12:30 TALLAHASSEE
CHCLUOTASportsman's Swisher Aud. 7:45 10:30. 12 ORMOND BEACH Blessed Sacrament
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_ T. Towey THOMAS J. BRETT I'LEARWATEK St. :Matthew Student Center 10. 11:30 1 = } :Iont
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St. Paul 7, 8:30. 10. 11, 12 FALM TAMPA
Blessed Sacrament 8, 9:30. 11
St. Joseph I. 10
Blessed Sacrament 8:30, 11:20
COCOA BEACH St. Pius 7. 9. 11
Our Saviour 7:30. 8:45. 11 San Jose 7, 9:30, 12 PALMETTO Christ the King:
CON: WAT JACKSONVILLE BEACHSt Holy Cross S, ,:30 6:30. 7:45; 9. 10:15, 11:30, 12:30
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St. John 9 KI! SIMMEE Sacred Heart Good Shepherd 10 DRIVE
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Papal Volunteers Program : .' '.- .1_

V' .
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Volunteers for Latin America -- '- :. '" .. 'I'
program was reported bj '(;
Air'I:7: ; .
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theNa.tional Catholic Welfare Conference Latin Americ? r f ti<

bureau here. The bureau' report said that during it .. l' n.tI Tluong (SO)-In theannual

first year in operation the United States PAVLA progran "t.< report to the National

placed more than 100 lay workers in the field and "6', Catholic Welfare Conference,

present indications 1962 will -01 t ., ; y the Department of Educationhas
a systematic effort in pulpit,,
surpass this mark. for
The press and classroom to incul f'i c a. e.., \ ,,f'M. t fbr.e reported on trends
Papal Volunteers are planned recruitment of lay
cate both the Christian ideals;
laymen recruited. to work in teachersvhose increase in
and the human realities that t
Latin America on behalf of the ;Z:p : numbers in Catholic schools
will create mutual concern,,
Church there. continues at a rapid
The Latin respect and regard among: all]l pace.
America bureau'sreport
the dwellers on our two con t a. f ? Archbishop: Lawrence J.
was submitted by Rich tinents. p Sliehan of Baltimore, episcopal

ard Cardinal Gushing, Arch chairman of the department .
bishop of Boston and chairmanof "Beyond the giving of our
that two
the Bishops' Committee for wealth and of our precious;
trends have emerged in rerruitincnt. -
Latin America. apostolic forces, the Latin L

The report noted that in the Americans win most appreciate \ .

past year four subcommitteesof the giving of ourselves in l -,' 1 One, it said, is central hiring.

Bishops have been establIshed admiring and understandingfriendship. .. A. w ; : Under this plan, the diocesan
k school screens
to deal with the follow. -
,. ; : aI and hires candidates for teach
ing aspects of the U.S. Catholic r

American effort on Church behalf :of finances the Latin, re- I New Books.J i iI : j: t ing schools.placeshiring positions.directly This system by. parish ie-

cruitment, inter-American co- L
ThU lint of C operation, and the Papal Volunteers #-ntly' wan preparedtf the LIbrary ,
yn Jt +
of the Cathollr.tnh.uU1' omerh'nf f a, e subsidizing of prospective
..' r T I teachers.
Commenting on the 11I'.1for
t P "Se\eral dioceses," said the
inter-American coopers.tion NEWMAN, JOHN HENRYCARDINAL. '
report, "arrange to pay part or
the report said; Nrrrman at 8t,,, educational
all of the direct
"Among the episcopal leaders Mary's (Newman Press. $4.50)), '.. for teach
V .S "' rT' :INL : k expense prospective I
of Latin America there is .
Selection of 20 "
a strong desire for a common sermons taker J t tl .. ers.
understanding with the Catholic from the- original 54'' parochial 1 ',<1".711i'I ( WI College students thus aided

leaders- of North America. and plain sermons as published:; J l 4 l e pledge to serve a specified
They regard inter-American In 1878. l ; .. l\' number of years in Catholic
; .
: :
..... ; : : ,., .. schools.,
friendship as the essential bedrock :. .. Jill ..;.:; A'J.
Youi "" ; e1 Archbishop Shehan also said
for ... .
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political, social, economic and Hour. (Bruce. $4.50). Series ol .: :::1'. Aftj : ': ., < .. $' : ".. ". -J. ... ::ii- "-'........ that the department had increased
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) The Catholic, Friday, Jan. 4, 1963'

Sisters Persecuted in Sudan For

I Dixxcesan, School Survey Allowing Students to Attend Mass

Planned for This Semester
STANLEYVILLE: The ,Congo (NC-Five Catholic teaching Sisters in the Sudan

were held five days,in jail and then released on bail pending trial for allowing some of 'I
hem Pare Oar)
(Cvnliaurd perfected, but is something to
the youngsters, Father Dan- be watched with interest. their pupils"to;:go hear Mass at a mission chapeL The Priest who offered the Mass was

aher noted. Now is the time for High also arrested, but was freedon the acting district commissioner which is near the Congolese

Departmental heads will School students interested in pJ bail the same'day. threatened her with prison, border. There they were lockedin
meet in January In Orlando.At News of the incident reach-
scholarships to colleges, said _
she asked whether any law a police storeroom, where
that time, thf'Yfill review Father Danaher, to look into U ing here from the Sudan in- wasiolated.. She added: "Is they had to spend the night in

textbooks presentlyused the requirements. He told of dicated that it was simply a I the of
there any justice here? If presence some police-
in the high schools. continuationnof the Moslem-led
the scholarship offered a student have committed any offense
It was stated that TV as an in each Catholic provincein Sudanese government's, driveto against the school regulationsI men.The following: day the Catholic .

educational tool was interest- the United States to attend exterminate Christianity In should be reprimanded by the pastor at the Yamhio

ing. It was pointed out, how- the Catholic University of the southern part of the coun- education authorities." mission tried in vain to Imp

ever, that it was not yet avail- Am er i c Washington, D.C. tryBy Christmas Eve, 43 the Sisters released. Stating
able to most of the schools. Catholic 'missionaries and 10 Because of this statement,
Students may write to the director that they are "person con.
Father William Joseph explained of admissions there, he Protestant missionaries n- the judge sent Sister Beatriceto serrated<< to God," he told the
the technique of eluding five Americans with prison for "offending the
said, for information on the dhtrict commissioner<< that
laboratories for teaching lan families-had been "expelled Sudanese State."
provincial scholarship.Days v "they deserve' special respectowing
The is not the Sudan "unneces The "trial" of Sister Francesca -
guages. system yet of recollection are .y* L I t from as to their social status."

held once a month, for .4 I sary." . followed, and the judge After two nights in the police -

Cardinal Lercaro seniors only, in each school, ; S. :j i I I F The action against the five shouted loudly at the 30yearold storeroom the Sisters were

the educators I Sisters and the Priest began at Religious. His invectivewas district
it was noted at moved to the jail,
3 Tombora, Southern Sudan, such that the translator
conference. where they were allowed to
LiturgyPreserves Coming to Florida this : 4 : rAT -. with their jailing by the acting would not translate.All have bedding brought from

month for the evaluation of __""-_'_ ,,..._... "_ _,_,""..:-. ,_""" ______/1_""'A-,__ .... district commissioner involvedare on December five Sisters were kept In the Catholic mission.A .
grade and high schools in the CATHOLIC STUDENT CENTER'S CRECHE 9. The Sisters the Tombora jail that night. Greek merchant signed, a

diocesan system are Dr. JohnJ. two Italian members of the The next day the five were large bail bond for the Sisters,
Some of the members of the Board of Catholic Charities gathered above at Sisters and
Verona Missionary
FaithBOLOGNA Walsh, survey coordinator; taken in a police truck across and the five were, released two
Gainesville last week for moment of meditation before the in the .
a Nativity scene three Sudanese Sisters.All
Dr. Stephen F. Roach and Sister the 60-mile road to Yambio, the days later, December 14, to
M. Josephina C.SJ. Catholic Student Center. The Priests are, from left, Father Laurence E. Higgins, were serving on the civil district headquarters, await trial.

Italy (XC) Father Charles F. Donovan Father T. Leo Danaher, Father John J. Lenihan, Father :Martin Power, Monsignor staff of a girls' school at

Giacomo Cardinal Lercaro has SJ., dean of the school of education Patrick J. Trainor and Father Neil A. Sager. Priests not pictured who were at the Mupoi, a former Catholic

expressed regret that public and academic vice-pres- Charities' meeting were Father Terence J. Farrelly and Father Hubert J. Reason. mission school which had Liberated Priests Tell Of

interest in the council's studyof ident of Boston College, will been nationalized by the I

sensational the liturgy and centered on innovations.on the serve in Boston on the work in of Cardinal on Christmas Trip Catechism Issued Sudanese government. Cuban Prison Persecutions

the evaluation conducted MELBOURNE (XC)-An up- They were accused of allow-

of Cardinal Bologna Lercaro and a, Archbishop recognized the Diocese. Finds Vietnam Improved Now to-date catechism developedafter ing some of their pupils to accompany (Continued from rage On.) sleep under glaring lights in

Their comprehensive report years of research is being a missionary Prieston before imprisoning them with areas about three feet wide.
authority on the liturgy, said
will be completed and sub- his to :Mass: at an
issued to Australian Catholic trip say some 200 other brigade members -
In a statement for the Italian SAIGON (NC)-"Improvement in every'way" was the "We covered our eyes with
mitted to the Diocese in June, schools for use in 1963. outpost chapel in the area ona in Havana's Principe prison handkerchiefs said Father
monthly, Mission Cattoliche, Francis Cardinal about Vietnamas ,
it was added.Bethlehem. observation of Spelhnan Father F. :Martin, of the school holiday.The they said. Macho.
that pastoral values were the he concluded his three-day Christmas visit here last Catholic education office here, Priest, Father F. De
Important element in the coun- Told I Father Macho said that The Priests stated that although
week. said the catechism is "biblicalin Angelis, a 50-year-old Italian
cil's decision on the liturgy.He 12th Christmastime pilgrimageto Cuban women visiting the prisoners who became
From the same Saigon air- with missioner, was also jailed. Be-
character, integrated
said: "It must not be forgotten Men Joy's Way American military installations prison brought altar breads seriously ill were "finally"taken
field where he celebrated Mid the public worship of the fore nightfall, however, FatherDe
concealed in
left here for scapulars and
that in the liturgy thereis overseas, care of by the "prison'scommunist
night Mass Cardinal Spellman Church and' is oriented to- Angelis was released on
home of Thailand, shirt sleeves, enabling the "
the proclamation of the wordof Pope John SaysContinued by way doctor there were
took off on Christmas morning
wards full Christian living"The
God and it is particularly Pakistan and West Germany. bail.The Priests to distribute Commu- few preventative measures
( from Par* One) after less than four hours sleep catechism, prepared by two Italian Sisters were
Earlier, he had been with nion several times to the pri
that the faithful taken illness and
necessary ganizations are oc'any use if for Nhatrang, 180 miles north.It Catholic educators cooperatingwith given a preliminary trial after against many
servicemen in Korea, Japan, soners. A small bottle of wine,
should understand what is tak- suffered from dysen
the heart is not completelyopen was the first of seven flightsin the Bishops, is patternedafter Father De Angelis. The head- prisoners
Okinawa Formosa and the which was allowed for me-
ing place on the altar. to outpourings of Heavenly an Air Force C-123 and several one the German Bishops mistress, Sister Beatrice, ad-
Philippines. He flew more than dicinal was dispensedby tery.Father
Cardinal Lercaro praised the light and grace," he said helicopters over a 32-hbur servicemen issued in 1919'after almost 14 mitted in court that she had purposes Macho said that when
visit U. S.
1000 miles to a dropper so that it couldbe
zeal with which Bishops
"The new course of historyfor period. bases in of research in the art of allowed the children to accom- they were transferred to the
at seven central years conserved for celebration of
from mission places and from the greater spreading of Addressing the congregationafter Vietnam. teaching Christian doctrine. pany the Priest to :Mass. When Isle of Pines prison the past
Mass whenever possible. Confessions
Iron Curtain countries presented civilization for every nation Mass the Cardinal read a u_u _____ heard regularly. May 27, the militia men "mademe
their needs concerning began at Bethlehem," he said. letter from President Diem ad. run while they beat me

liturgy to the council assem- "From Bethlehem came the dressed to him which said: r'---,1! Father Logo said the prisoners with guns."

bly.In encouragement for the appli- "Deeply conscious of American t lived under inhuman The Priest said that during

the Iron Curtain countries cation of life together as a so- generosity to us in our 4j -z: ; conditions. Advent the prisoners composed

he said, "nothing is left ciety, for the defeat of selfish need, our people would like ; No meat or milk was served poems about the Nativity and

to them; no Catholic schools, ness, for the intelligent knowl- through Your Eminence to *. during the 20 months they were wrote them on the prison walls.

no press: no associations edge of the needs of others, thank the people of the United imprisoned and they. had eggs For 27 weeks, he stated, he

all that they hate left is! the for the law of forgiveness applied States for all they have done TL only four times, the Priest said. conducted classes In Christian

liturgy which is enough to often and for the triumph for us." 1E The meals generally consistedof doctrine for an hour and a half

those Christian communities The Cardinal added his the following: breakfast
preserve of perfect brotherhood. own __ daily for prisoners on the Isle
steadfast in their plea: "During this holy nightI black coffee and a small muf--of Pines.

Faith and strong against all Food for Refugees plead with our countrymento 3 $4 fin; lunch-unseasoned maca- According to the three liberated -

barrasl'4 1<<,nts. It is the clearest HONG KONG (XC) -Christ- live their love of God and roni and either boiled pumpkinor Priests, four Priests are

manifeMdtion of what the mas Week in Hong Kong saw love of neighbor and loyaltyto l:4 4 p yuca (a food similar to the still imprisoned on the Isle of

liturgical spirit can do if it food donated by the American our country." U.S. sweet potato); dinner Pines: Father Francisco Lopez
I people distributed to over "No better do I knowof
Is lited intensely.' way V'-ci rice and Chinese beans always. Blazquez, Father Jose Luis

The Cardinal said he believes 250,000 Chinese refugees spending Christmas than to There were only two lavora- Rojo Seijas, Father Reynerio

that it is possible to give a through the American Bishops' carry to you the love of every i L 4 tories and two showers available Lebroc and Father Jose R.

liturgical and community formation overseas charity agency. parent and child, of every grate- for more than 200 prisoners Fidalgo O.P.

also to a parochial famIly Monsignor John Romaniello ful American for your devoted 4' and soap and tooth

and to r diocesan communi"M.M., local director for Catholic service to our country and our paste were not provided.The Moving?

Relief Services-National fellowman Cardinal _
Spellman Priests were interrogated -
47 .
We'll gladly forwardTb Florid
ty.The purpose of the liturgy, Catholic Welfare Conference, emphasized.He for long periods of time Catholic to your now .ddr....

he declared, "is to form fraternal led in the distribution. The repeatedly told the :1'b and often in the early morning ]>t'. hay. both tho sid and the
mew one (with the names of thoparlihr
communities united in the foodstuffs presented included servicemen in his informal :; hours. They had to try to 'IPutlnIT' If posclklo)
of noodles 1500 talks throughout Vietnam
adoration of God and in the 25,000 pounds ; :
pounds of rice; 1200 pounds of "You are line not alone to

charity of Christ. canned- DOrk. :. 21.COO. nounds. of help Vietnam but you are Sc H.O 0 L

shortening; 15,000 pounds of here also to protect the Unit.

Needs Remain In peanut oil, and 510,000 pounds ed States." _

Missions of other vegetable oil. "Even in the atmospherethere

Keeping is optimism," commentedthe Sl'

KOMK: (XC)-Contributions Retreats on Records Cardinal. He praised "the
CORK (XC) Spiritual retreats !:
for the maintenance of the great leadership" of President Florida'sCatholic
led by recorded speakersare '
missions were greater than Ngo Dinh Diem and the espritde I ; I ..
into Ire-
being imported
ever in 19G2! but they still fall corps of the Vietnamese .
land from the United States. _
short of the needs. army, and the cooperation be- '.4'

This was indicated in afiuand.,1 Series of 8 or 16 conferencesof tween it and its American ad- College :;
25 minutes each are being visers. : e 1

report of the Pontifical offered to convents, seminariesand The New York prelate, whois : i 'T 'I".\ 1i ', tj :
for the Propagation -
Society retreat groups. vicar of the U. S. military '. 'ii, t I of.I: 1":1"I Ii" !
of the Faith for 19G2recently iv* v S*w '
The voices on the longplaying forces, came close to the reali- ::
published here. records include those of ties of communist guerrilla ; Ys\\\s N\\\\x :

The report shows that $22- Trappist Abbot Eugene Boyle warfare during his crowded : '
470,000 was received in donations DistinctionFor I :
and spiritual writer Monsignor days in South Vietnam. ,- ;
to the mission aid organ- 4
Charles The origi-
Hugo Doyle.
While on Soctranh airfield,
ization in 19G2 and that this of the record series are i I
nators where he also celebrated Mass, : .
was $2,130,000 over the amount added the Carmelite Fathers of Oak- the Cardinal learned that a : Young Men and Women (
given in 1961. It was ,
land, New Jersey. They are hamlet 20 miles away had '
however, that this amount "
being distributed in Ireland been attacked by the Viet Cong i
covered only one-third of the and the British Commonwealthby (communists) some hours 4 I ii"

requests for assistance re the Catholic record club of !
earlier, overrun with an undetermined -
ceived. the "Mercier Press" here. number of casual- WRITE : :
An increase in contributionswas
Director Honored ties and burned to the ground.
also by the So-

ciety reported of St. Peter the Apostle! PHILADELPHIA (XC) cidents Mentioning and persons some of he the met in-in AT NORTH AMERICAN COLLEGE ORDINATIONSFather I DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS !:; i

which helps develop native vocations Pope John XXIII has elevated this country. Cardinal Spell Anton C. Dechering of St. Petersburg was one of the 62 students or

in mission territories, Father Frederick J. Stevenson, man referred especially to Dr. dained Priests (above) in Rome's Church of Christ the King just before Christmas.He I! .

and the Society of the Holy director of the youth depart Patricia Smith of Seattle and will serve the Diocese of St Augustine. SAINT LEO COLLEGE
Childhood, which takes care of ment National Catholic Welfare -
her medical work for lepers
mission Conference, to the rankof I
children in I
and others of the mountain Ritual Changes
The Society of St. Peter the domestic prelate with the ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident

Apostle allocated $7,667,405 in title of Right Reverend Mon. tribesfolk around Kontum. DAVID, Panama (XC)-Bishop and day. school for girls, on ,Chores. of beautiful SAINT LEO FLA. "
his .
The Cardinal
making Tomas Clavel of David has Worth. Grades to twelve. Fully accredited. New ;
1962 to the maintenance and signor. Archbishop John J. Lake one I'' ,
construction of seminaries for Krol of Philadelphia has an- Papal Doctor Reports announced that from now on,_ buildings. All sports, mu...ic, art, dramatics. Directed by I''
children here will make their Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar, II,
native vocations. The Societyof nounced. Father Stevenson, Presently offering first; two years ,
VATICAN CITY (XCPopeJohn ) Communion before nOS.RI.XC.IJ.: IY, WEST PALM REACH
First receiving -
in the formerly principal of Cardinal
the Holy Childhood XXIII's personal physi- Confirmation insteadof Affiliated with the Catholic. University of America 'Ii
same period distributed $6,708- Dougherty High School Phila- I
cian, Dr. Antonio Gasbarrini, '
017 to about 1000 mission or- delphia, was named director of after. Order of Saint Benedict of Honda
visited the Pope again recentlyand I SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
contained in
ganizations having the care of the youth department last His ruling was IL
children. March. said that he found him an instruction providing for I SAINT AUGUSTIXE: : FLORIDA !

"very welL" The Pope has re- the introduction of the new* Resident and Day School for Girls Grade 7-12 L -1 .
.._ __ :
commercial accredited ---- -
limited scale and
turned on a to Latin American bilingual rit Academic courses Fully
his regular work schedule and Music Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor '
CLEARWATERw.HHllrrrrlHlHlrrrllDnrBj ual. He also said that from
has resumed the practice of now on, there will be only one. further particulars address' : Sister' Directress' ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES .

granting weekly general aud-class of weddings and funerals, school for Grades
Resident and day girls. one to twelve. Fully
For Information About iences. and that distinctions accordingto accredited. indudes college and
Betty K. O'Brien Program : preparatory general
Advertising Contact 5 & Company Site Purchased economic means are abol HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy

s Sli ished. Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa Florida.
Ins Drew St. 444-im,
Ray Derr at 1950 XEW ORLEANS (XC) The ANTONIO
MUTUAL FUNDS New Library Center
U.S. Hwy. 19 N. Clearwater STOCKS & IONDS New Orleans archdiocese has Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters
I purchased a 10,300-square-foot ILl\ RFORD (XC) The ....:
; Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN
//r=:fHftfitiO'NEAL'S lot in downtown New Orleansas : Catholic Library Association
twelve Academic' and commercial courses and private BEACH
the future site of the archdiocesan has opened a new central headquarters -
newspaper. .Now, office here. The address classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with Resident and day school for girls- grades one through eight.

RESTAURANTTRY known as! Catholic Action of. of the library association private lake in a healthful location provides opportunityfor Extensive grounds in a hilly and picturesque region. Large swimming -
all pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities.
sports. Music art
the the archdiocesan which formerly had its
OUR Fl''I ACCREDITED dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of 'ScSintJoseph.
Villanova University -
ALSO WIDE VARIETY OF SEA FOOD SERVED weekly will begin publication l headquarters at For further information address' For further information apply to: Sister Directress
in under is 4G1 Lancaster Avenue -
February a new name!
$1778 GULF-TO-BAY PHONE 444-7381 SISTER REGISTRAR Saint Joseph Academy Jensen Beach.orida .
and with a new format. Haverford, Pennsylvania.!