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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
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Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
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I HighHSchool Seniors urgedTo

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I Put Knowledge to Work


ST. AUGUSTINE Milestones in the lives of hundredsof

our Catholic youth were reached this week when dioc-

,4 L_ esan High Schools began, on Sunday at the Cathedral of
( St. Augustine, to award diplomas during the week to those

young men and women who have successfully completedtheir

I high school training in the diocesan system of schools.

Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley conferred the diplomas

I VOL. XXIV, No. 31 Orlando, Florida, Friday, May 31, 1963 Ten Cents upon 46 graduates of 1963 in St. Augustine. He presided

there at the 94th annual commencement of St Joseph

t Academy at 8 p.m. on May west coast of Florida at Pinel.

Vatican Statement Tells 'f 0/9 hO.:; las Park.

:' < Every night this week, the Father Gloekler, who has
;: Archbishop attended similar served at the Chancery in St.

ceremonies In parish churcheson Augustine and as a founder of

Of Holy Father's illness Monday at San Jose for North Florida parishes, told
Bishop Kenny High School, the young people graduatingfrom

: Jacksonville; on Tuesday at St. their venerable Academy
VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) John XXIH, weakened by internal bleeding allied r'J't Paul for Father Lopez High high school that mere knowledge -

r I with an abnormal growth in his stomach, has voiced hope that prayers said in his behalf h School, Daytona Beach; on was not enough to serve
Wednesday at St. James for
would include the. intention that if he died, his death would win blessings for the ecumenical them during life.
Moore School Or-
Bishop High ,
council and for the Because of jour education,
I cause of world Tope's health was showing the physicians were maintaining lando. he said, you know that "uhlle
0 peace.A Improvement.The reserve pending further I ,< He was scheduled to presideon simple piety can never be a

Vatican statement issued Vatican City daily, study. T ;; ,;, Thursday in Sarasota's In- substitute for intellectual In.
Tuesday revealed that thePope's
J/Osservatore Romano reporting The Pope was expected to carnation Church for Cardinal adequacy, neither can intellectual

t stomach" ailment Is on the findings of Dr. Antonio recover if he could get ade- j Mooney High School, and on superiority be a sub

"heteroplasla, whose diction- Gasbarrini and Dr. Pietro quate rest.Observers. ," Friday, in St. Petersburg, at stitute for jour Faith."

ary definition Is "the replace- Mazzoni, said that during the further St Mary Church for Bishop the he said,
At moment
Interpreted .
\4 '
r d' -
ment of normal cells. The :\. .... ;. : School.
of ari ; Barry High
evening '
Sunday, 26 :1
May is the
L'Osservatore's to their
\ Pope had been suffering from report mean i,: !' ',S %" great privilege
Pope John's health "showed that the Pope's loss of blood & "',J' rfj : The last graduation ceremony preparation they have had
I, the disease "for about a year, improvement in its general L -, ;,.' ... ........ he will attend this sea-
the statement said. had been terminated.It ___ '"'_ I._ '1' ''C""' i over the years "to love
condition, above all subjectively. was learned, On Good Friday. 1963. Vatican City son is that of Sunday, June 2, with all your heart and soul
(According to a spokesmanat ." The communique con- the hemorrhaging at 8 p.m. in St. Petersburg at and strength and with all your
the National Cancer Institute tinued "Concerning this improvement V church for St. Paul
: the parish "
In Bethesda, Maryland, Pope John on the night John Offers His Suffering
His Holiness' doctors 24-25 was the gravest Pope up High SchooLr Noting that the annals of
.\ heteroplasia is a term which is
spoke of further improve-
not used in American medicineand ment in the illness today Mon- had yet undergone. John XXIII, seriously ill, when told this week that the history are overcrowded with
I who believed that
this bleeding his I St. Augustine people
"evidently describes a condition day." world for him said in "If it pleases
sisted that he not was praying part: The Cathedral's knowledge alone was enough
for which we would use ceremonythis
some other term." He said it The "subjective Improve- haust himself by going prolong this pontifical service, may this help to sanctify May was highlighted by that mere learning and know

could Indicate cancer, or it ment mentioned was authoritatively apartment window for of the Pope and of all who are working with him to the address of Father JamesF. how were omnipotent lamps of

could be a benign growth). explained as meaningthat ual Sunday noonday Gloekler who came back to Aladdin, Father Gloekler
The Vatican communique Pope John was feeling It was because of the the reign of ,Our Lord. St. Augustine for the occasion turned to scripture to empha.

I said" that Amleto Cardinal better and less weak, and that VATICAN, from his present parish on the size his statement that "to try
to live without God IS iClDOS-
CIcognanI, the. Pope's secretary "
of state, told the Pope 1 Resurrection Parish Holds sible.He said:
Tuesday morning that the
whole world was praying for Church School Blessing "In a graduation sermon
Christ once gave at the conclusion -
him. The Pope in reply '
I asked that such prayersshould S .: :.5 of a three-year accelerated -
*' JACKSONVILLE Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, in course' to some
be given this intention ; '
) ; blessing on May 26 the provisional church and school of very ordinary citizens of the

J I : the Resurrection parish, Jacksonville, reminded the Cath- Near East, Christ proposed
'V "If God wants the sacrifice .' ,
'\ that Faith deals with interior :Ills own brief formula for
olics of the congregation the holy
of the Pope's life, may it help true success: in life."
win copious blessings for the 4I needs of the souls of school
from four grades There was, said Father
Ecumenical Council, for the men. this season, to six grades next Gloekler, on that occasion, no
Holy Church, for mankind And that Is why it is neces-
minute exhortation to
which aspires to peace," the sary to build churches and year.In
liix! sermon, the Arch- utilize all the Information they
Pope was quoted as saying. schools-to provide for the -
b Is h o p congratulated the had accumulated during the

I.( "If, on God, the contrary this It arrive'w spiritual and? to attend well being to the of true families upbringing Priests; who made the combination years, no final plea :to live up
pleases to prolong school
church and
children. to the Ideals they had constructed
I of
pontifical service, may this with possible by their cooperationwith for tfiemselves.
help to sanctify the soul of the Present foithe, occasion the lay people of the Father Gloekler told the
all who work- Father Matthew Connolly was
Pope and of are parish.
who founded Resur- graduates that Christ's for-
the Priest
with him to the
ing spread Father JamesF. Urging the parishioners to mula was this simple one:
rection parish,
of Our Lord :
the church as the branch bear
; Gloekler, now of Pinellas use properly "As cannot
The Vatican communiquesaid Park. their gate of heaven, the Arch- fruit of itself, unless it abidein

that as of Tuesday, the Dedicated by the Archbishopat bishop said that the church the vine, so neither can you

Pope's internal bleeding had 'S 10 a.m. was the two-story and the Faith dealt with the unless you abide In me He
been reduced. It said also that building which has the churchon need of grace, the need of that abideth in me, and I !n

4 the Pope listened as Mass was the lower floor and providessix friendship with Almighty God, him, the same beareth much

offered in the room next to his classrooms. Thomas Ewart, the need of purpose, the needof fruit: for without me you can

bedroom Tuesday morning, and architect, and A. L. ClaytonCo. an assured future, the need do nothing."

received Holy Communion.The ., Jacksonville, assisted in of something that gives hope In conclusion, Father Gloek
statement" beyond the ler said
Tuesday! the construction. The building grave. :
published" I in VOooer.torc: church and "You this day, and I fervently -
____'.>>r mm= i i '''__._. .. ,_ ', .ii makes it possible to expand In building a
Romano, followed by one day '" '- school, he said, any sacrifice pray for all days to come
an announcement that the ST. JUDE ChURCh ST. BUSSED ON JUNE 2I made is made for God and for have the true light. In that

Located in St. coast of Florida sanctuary 56 feet In diame Diocese PraysST. ourselves-and such building is; fact lies the grandeur of your

Holy Rosary's Pastor at Fifth Avenue nd and dedicate ter. The dome rises 62 feet AtGUSTIXFArchbish- the minimum that is requiredby 1 preparation for life ahead and

I Tyrone Boulevard is!' structure. The above the rose-tinted win- op Joseph P. Hurley, on Tues- the greatness of the cause the still greater grandeur of

magnificent St. Jude above) has pews dows In the dome cast lighton day of this week, after learn- which the church and the i your opportunities."
: Observes 25th Jubilee in St. Petersburg. It three sides. the altar below. Rising 25 ing of the illness of Pope John school serves.

blessed Sunday, at persons kneel- feet above the dome is a finial XXIII- called upon the parish Father Connolly celebrated I Jacksonville I

JACKSONVILLE-Holy Rosary parishioners crowded o'clock noon, said the : is allowed at and cross. The new church, Priests of the Diocese of St. the Missa Recitata following JACKSONVILLE Bish-
the church in Jacksonville at the Solemn Mass of Thanks- Monsignor! James J. )(
I rail. The one of the largest In the Diocese Augustine to arrange for eve- the ceremonies! of blessing. op Kenny High School grad-
giving offered on May 26 by Father Walter J. Bueche His friend, Bishop i ) i ., (' steps above will seat a congregation ning Masses for the intentionof L Before the Mass! when the uates, who received their
f C.SS.R., the_ pastor. He is celebrating 25 years in the Murphy of Limerick, the Holy Father in all[ dedication took place, Father diplomas from Archbishop
land, Is scheduled to in the circular of 1600 persons.
churches the Diocese Gloekler was master of cere
mestnooa. of on L Joseph P. Hurley on May 27
ordained a Priest on June
Father Bueche was assistedby Wednesday, May 29. monies.! in San Jose Church, heard
other Redemptorists, Fa. 19, 1918.; Education Reminds U.S. Aid Reports poured into the During the Mass, he was a an address by Father Michael -
ther William Collins, deacon; After a :year of further study, Expert Chancery in St. Augustine at chaplain to the Archbishop, as V. Gannon.

Father John J. Gunter as sub- Father Bueche was assigned to mid-week that all pastors offered was Father W. Thomas Larkin. The director of the Mission -

deacon; and Father Francis foreign mission work in Ponta Should Include Catholic SchoolsWASHINGTON ; evening Masses for the Among the Priests present t of Nombre De Dios ad-

Donlan, pastor of Sacred Heart Grosso, Brazil, where he spent Pope. Plans were prominently for the occasion were Monsignor mitted that "life has always

Church. New Smyrna Beach, five years. mentioned in the local press'and Patrick E. Nolan V.F. and 1 been a difficult skein to unravel -
KC-The size and contribution of Catholic schools mean federal
In 1945, he was stationed as ( other media in advance. "
who delivered the sermon. Monsignor James B. Cloonan. adding that this gen-
There was an honor guard of a parish Priest in St. Michael's, efforts to raise educational standards will be inadequate if children in these schoolsare ; The Masses were attended by An adult choir sang hymnsdirected eration is not the first to

the Knights of Columbus at the Baltimore, until his transfer ignored. This is the thesis put forward by the department of education of the Na- many persons in communityexpressions by Joseph McGonagle. have underestimated the

\Iass. Father Bueche, a fourth two years later to Charlotte, tional Catholic Welfare Conference here in a new brochure, "Catholic Schools U.S.A." of prayerful con- School children joined in sing-: complex problems of peoples

North Carolina.He :Monsignor: Frederick G. cern for the health of Pope ing. A Holy Name Societyhonor past.
!seek some solution to assist all It cannot be ignored, he
spent 10 years in Charlotte Hochwalt, department director John. guard was on hand for He illustrated from docu-
children. said.
as superior and as parish who has testified before con- : the dedication. HIGH SCHOOL, Page 10
"How can we safely exclude Asked what consequences he __ --_.
'S' Priest and missionary.In gress on federal aid to education !
1957 he was transferred to proposals, released the from assistance a i saw for Catholic schools if they _S _

Florida. new brochure. school system educating ;are excluded from a programof _

During all this time he has Monsignor Hoc hw alt explained 5,253,791 students at the elementary < general federal educationaid S
and secondarylevels Monsignor Hochwalt an- _
preached hundreds of missions, that the publication
? swered that exclusion might _
and retreats for which _
novenas stresses the relative size of the _
he is gratefully remembered Catholic school system and the "Think of the number of students "severely wound" Catholic

throughout Florida, and also contribution made in both educational whose educational stand- schooling."We .
given assistance to other pas and financial areas. ards could be upgraded if included have as strong a desireto :4 U UI

tors when his help was needed.In "Do-you realize," he asked in in a general educational maintain high educational
1960, Father Bur'he'waS program." standards as anyone but we
an interview, "that the Cath-
appointed pastor of Holy olic school system in New Although the new brochure honestly believe that we will _IJ/itt!
Rosary Church, where he has does not report on the percen- not be able effectively to upgrade -
York state is larger than the I
labored untiringly and has public school system in 34 tage of children in Catholic our standards, and, at L 1IUtLTJJffV' S

endeared himself to his people states and the District of Columbia schools in big cities, Monsignor the same time expand our facilities S- ;
by his unfailing kindness ? Hochwalt cited testimony on if more money is spenton
Father Donlan said in his this subject which he has givenin public education with no
"The brochure also notes
benefits students."It .
sermon. appearances before congress. our
Father Bueche The parish reception given that the Catholic school system "The figures are very dramatic is entirely possible that

degree Knight of Columbus, Is by the parent-teachers associa-[ in Pennsylvania is larger than ," he said. "For instance, in such an event we may be

chaplain of the recently formed tion, was held at Holy Rosary the public school system in 26 in Buffalo, the percentage, of priced out of educational ef
and the District of Co-
states "
Council of North Jacksonville. School last Sunday afternoon 1 all children in Catholic schoolsIs fectiveness.
The jubilarian Is a nativeof from 2-5 pm.Hundreds lumbia. 37.6; in Chicago, 32.9 percent He said that even today

the Bronx, New York. 0 f parishionerscame Monsignor Hochwalt commented ; in Boston, 31.8 per cent Catholic schools do not accom- .
Upon completing hU train. to receive Father's jubilee : and in Cincinnati, 27.9 per modate "well over half" of the -'MASS- MARKS BLESSING IN RESURRECTION PARISH- -

Ing with the Kedemptorkt blessing and to wish him "It seems to us that any ef- cent. Catholic school-age children.
Resurrection parishioners in Jacksonville are shown gathered in their newly
financial numbers have been
fort to raise educational stand- The educational and "Large
Fathers at St. Mary's College, their personal congratulationsand
which is of the also
blessed provisional church, a part two-story building providingsix
the turned the
during past
North Eat, l-enns.h.anla, God's blessings for manymore ards in order national contribution of away
classrooms for their school Father Matthew Connolly at the altar celebrated the
and Mount St. Alphonsus, years of fruitful priestlylife. responsibilities 'would be woe- Catholic school system to the several years because facilities
CATHOLIC SI'STIDIPage 10 Mass on the day Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley dedicated the new construction.
Eaopus, New York, he was fully incomplete if it does not common good is so great




The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 31, 1963 r 1- J
t rrr1 91Z l.t

> .I !; L I Holy Name BannerONSIGNOR I

I Catkoltc Florida Reports:

[ Harold F. Jordan, spiritual director ofVithe.

p. [ .Diocesan Union of Holy Name Societies, and I recently -

St. Petersburg Honorable mention went to OrlandoMOORE 7 Ln : returned from the annual convention of the Na-

ST. PAUL Jerry Lewis, Holy Name; Ann tional Council of Catholic Men in Atlantic City.. New Jersey.We .
I Hauptle, and JoAnn Fish- HIGH SCHOOL flIr1t: had a wonderful opportunity -

Monsignor John J. Mullins bump St. Joseph schools.In Achievement awards were to observe first hand the Parish, Jacksonville, and pres-
V.F., pastor, has announcedthe division two, Michelle t ident of the North Florida Lay-
made at a breakfast on 26 t various activities of the coun-
election of these officers Mizzoni, Holy Family School May ,. cil and to learn how Holy men's Retreat Association
of the Holy Name Society in was first; Linda Forche, St. at the new Robert Meyer Motor Name Societies urges all Holy Name men and

St Paul parish: Jude School, second; Paula Inn. in fact all Catholic laymen, to

Arthur J. Nelson, president; Melcher, St. Jude! third. may affiliate.rj.\: attend one of the forthcoming
Prior to the event, studentsof with the council
N. S. Plodinec Sr., first vice- Honorable mention went to retreats at St. Joseph Academyin
and how a
president; Frank A. Robarge, Maureen Bloomfield of St. John the graduating class of Loretto.
chapter -
second vice-president; ThomasC. school and Julie Willis of St. Bishop Moore High School attended k is formed The first Is scheduled for

Connell, secretary; Henry J. Jude's. Mass at St. James I sincerely re June 7th and the second for

Altsman, treasurer; James J. St. LeoThe Church celebrated by tha gret the fact July 12th.:!

Poller, marshal. school president, Father Pat. I I It. that because ot Those who have never attended
Installation of the new officers National Association for
rick J. a prior commitment a retreat will certainlybe
O'Carroll. The seniors
will be the Promotion of the Study of
followingthe I was most pleased with the experience -
Communion breakfast, Sun Latin, Elizabeth, New Jersey, sang the Latin responses. t. 1 t1 lJ unable to acMan aughtoscept It Is always a sourceof
day, June 9. The outgoing has announced that St. Leo __ Dicc rr" \
Father Terence J. Farrelly, .--. ,- ...----- the invi- inspiration and edification
president is Joseph T. Lyons. Preparatory School has received -pastor of St. James who ad- ST. JUDE'S GUILD OFFICERS INSTALLED tation of deanery president

President Nelson has calledon one school and seven dressed seniors at the breakfast Father Timothy J. Allman, assistant at Sl Jude parish, St. Petersburg, has installed John J. Savage to attend the
individual awards for excellence \ I
all members and the Mass Guide\
parish to Join with the men Societyin of in the study of Latin in encouraged them to place officers of St Jude Guild, from the left, :Mrs. Leonard C. Hunckeler, Mrs. West Coast deanery rally which

carrying out the the 1963 nation-wide competi their trust in God and the Walter Konitz, Mrs. John O'Brien, Mrs. Thomas J. Brett, president; Mrs. John H. was held on May 5th in Tampa.I .
the programsof Blessed Mother and everythingelse Gresser and Miss May A. Quinn. understand It was a most sus- stxn.\y, June. 2
pastor. tion.The will follow. As the Holy cessful rally. Mr. Savage is Pentecost Sunday. (Mass of
school trophy went to
CDA St. Leo for having placed a Ghost made the Apostles fear- St. Augustine KissimmeeHOLY GainesvilleSTUDENT doing great work in his fine Sunday Gloria Creed, Pref

Catholic Daughters of America less to pursue their mission, deanery. ace of Pentecost).
student in the highest achieve- CATHEDRAL REDEEMER CENTERA
Court St. Ann, presented ment category for three suc- Father Farrelly said, pray God Outgoing.president Leo S. MONDAY, June 3
awards to poetry contest win cessive The honor that the Holy Ghost will give Thirty-eight eighth grade Officers of the Holy Name pilgrimage to the Missionof Riva of the St. Charles HNS, (Mass! of Monday after Penteco .

ners. to St. Leo years.high school senior goes you that burning zeal and desire -pupils will receive diplomas Society have been installed by Nombre De Dios is planned Orlando, invited me to addressthe !'t, Gloria, Creed, Preface
of graduation from either Ca Father Paul Woodyard at
to succeed. Holy by Catholic students in Univer-
The presentations were madeon Society at its monthly meet- of Pentecost).
Samuel Meo of Long Island,
thedral Parish School or St. Redeemer parish in Kissimmee.
: sity of Florida, Gainesville.The .
Wednesday of last week at New York. He also ing and serve as the installing TUESDAY, June A
won a gold Students who received top Agnes School in St. Augustine They are Dr. Jim Mon-
chaplain, Father
St. Joseph's parish hall in St. officer at the St. Charles par (Mass of after Pentco *.
medal pin and certificate of awards in categories, as follows Gilbert Tuesday
at June 2 ceremonies.The goven, president; Mears, Michael V. Gannon, who is ish hall
on May
Petersburg.In superlative merit for a score of were Tony Wise, Noreen pastor, Monsignor JohnP. John Moore, vice-presidents t, Gloria, Creed, Preface
; now director of t hoe Mission
; of St.
division one, winners 118 out of a possible 120 in the Farrell, Home and School Burns will the.- Monell pastor Charles of Pentecost).
present Tony secretarytreasurer. -has
arranged for the studentsto
Monsignor Charles A. Bartok
were Lois Ivancin, St. Jude 1963 tests. scholarship awards; Michael diplomas after the 9:30: a.m., WEDNESDAY: June :5
come to the Mission on made an inspiring talk to the
School, first; John Harker, Holy The national association
Woodcock Pamela Pierson Ember
Mass in the Cathedral on Sun- June 1.Newman. (Mass of Wednesdayafter :
Name School, second; Linda awarded certificates of honor. American Legion award; James JacksonvilleST. members who have a very enthusiastic Pentecost, Gloria,

Norris, St. Paul School, third. able merit to other St. Leo Simpson, Noreen Farrell, science day.A breakfast will be served to Club members and zealous society.The Creed, Preface of Pentecost).

students, John Hall Tampa; trophy; Tony Wise, Katharine the students and their parentsat MATTHEW sponsored an outing at Camp Central deanery president THURSDAY, June. 8

George Carey Washington; Dillon, liberal arts trophy. the Holiday Inn. :.Father Daniel C. Hagerty has Wauberg, nine miles south of Alfonso A. Aliberti, was among (Ma* of Thursday after

ST. PETERSBURG Gerald Sasser, Longwood; .congratulated the newly elected the campus, on May 19. Sports the members present to witness Pentecost Gloria, Creed,

James Fay, Sanford; John Mc- Band awards went to Harry New Port Richey officers of the Home and School and folk songs were enjoyed. the acceptance of HNS duties Preface of Pentecost).

St. Anthony's Hospital Nulty, Orlando; and Cary Sha- Schwab and William Dumas. Association 0 f Jacksonville's by the new parish officers.
QUEEN OF PEACE MelbourneOUR }'IUD.June 7
I addressed Our Lady of
uo llth itr..l hid, Fort Walton. Subject matter achievement *!St, Matthew School.
Father Aloysius Dressm: Lourdes Parish in (Mass of Ember Friday after
St. r.lf.b.r1f.4ern. LADY Society Day-
The students studied under ; :Installed l recently were Mrs. OF LOURDES
Well Kqmlpp awards were made as follows: O.S.B. has congratulated newly tona Beach on Thursday, May Pentecost, Gloria, Creed, Father Paschal Baute O.S.B. "}5faicis; ) E. Vallencourt l president Joanne Brown a Melbourne
installed officers, of the 30th at the invitation of the Preface of Pentecost).
Conducted by and Guy Debrock.Maitland John BurganJacquelinc ;':M r s. Stanley F. Kowa- high school student who recently -
titter of St. FraaeU Rosary-Altar Society, Mrs. William .- Father Irvine
pastor, Nugent, S.TCHD.June 8
Paquette, religion Tony Wise, "legyfc Mrs Carl L. Kaniosky
Approved by ; ; won a scholarship to the
.. Simons, president; Mrs who also serves as chancellorof (Mass of Kmber Saturday
America C.u.* f 9mg Katharine Dillon, English; ':JBdw&fd<: \ Sanchez, vice-presi. Catholic University of America -
ST. MARY MAGDALEN John Collins Arnold Frank Sala, vice-president; the Diocese'of St. Augus- after Pentecost, Gloria,
Ferrigno, : ; George J. Callahan, spoke of her own experiences
Mrs. Jack Wertz, treasurer-; .
tine.I Creed Preface of Pentecost)
Women from St. Mary Mag. Latin; Jerry Caruso, Kathleen treasurer; Mrs. Robert G. as an exchange studentin ,
and Herbert Grove
: Jackson's ShoesLadies' dalen parish wishing to attend Bornemann, social studies; Mason and Mrs. Vincent Puleo, Austria. Her audience was am also looking forward to SUNDAY, June 9
the retreat at Holy Name James Simpson, Noreen Farrell Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Sunday June 16, having The Most Holy Trinity. (Massof
They were installed by Mrs. corresponding and recording
& Mtn's Priory, San Antonio, June 28, mathematics; Harry Women's Club of Melbourne.. accepted the kind invitation of Trinity Sunday, Gloria
29 and 30, are invited to in- Schwab, Noreen Farrell, science Louise Humphries at the Star. secretaries, respectively.Mrs. Father Matthew Connolly, pas- Creed, Preface of Trinity).
) Clinic Miller form Mrs. John Barhydt, ; and Carolyn Zinser,com- Lite Inn. Father Peter Sweis- Eugene Darche was the Members met at the Central tor of the Church of the Resurrection -
Catholic High School, where Jacksonville to address .
MI 77378. mercial. good O.S.B. was guest speaker. Installing officer.
,.. .. .._. Father Felix Banos led themin his Holv Name Societies' QT DITIQcRIIP r:
.. ... ,
.. ... ., ., .
VAismonea oeuairei ., .... ... .. ., U I U "
( a decade of the rosary. Fa Holy Communion breakfast.

641 Central! Ave. 862-1355 :r. :. :.: .. ther Peter C. Dolan also at- Toney Altieri of Assumption MUMFORDRefrigeration

::' :t.: 41: .. H\: 1 tended the meeting.It Air CondlUonlirIIrat

"k > ., / '" .... Srrvlr
".' i Ir.;; 1 .'. Tamp
voted to
"'" was permit public -
ENJOY AUTOMATIC ,'. ..,..,,'.,:...." ," "' '.,:t: ..:;4., ', ;L .. .:..:: ::.p.: .. ....1.v school children to use the < Good-r..d 9111. St.Appllanres9Z8 feoathrboeet
I '. J. ;'#::.' ST. PATRICK
club's library.
"KeepFilled"DELIVERY : -I i : : Weekly card parties will nay 88 -8487 Ml 8:8-1141
Beginning on June 2, it was
I C : -"fi. I i i'$1ff __ 11.t \ > announced, the members will benefit St. Patrick parish,

I Phone: .. '*- i l. -.. "" : t. ; 'i'lt "*..J._ ., receive Holy Communion to- members of Catholic Vomen.sGuild Rowers for Every OccasionTinman's
.. ', this
said here
of Largo
1 St. Pefe-898-III1 .; .,. t"' I gether on first Sundays at 9
rl.-....,..,.,_44A.fiA l Mass.Daytona. week. It was decided that they FlowersBonded

.I fl I _;. T ::TJLT.III I TRANSFIGURATION WOMEN'S GUILD ELECTS IN ST. PETERSBURG a.m. BeachST. would be held on Wednesdaysat Florist
1 in the parish hall be-
.- I '. Father Edward J. Mulligan recently installed officers vice-president; Mrs. Harry W. Vogt, president; :Mrs. ginning p.m.on June 12. Telegraph Delivery

III of the Women's Guild of his parish of the Transfigura- Joseph P. :Murphy, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. PAUL 3931 I Central Ave. 862.3661

: OLDEST and LARGEST:I tion in St Petersburg, from the left, :Mrs. Philip J. Henry Paquette, treasurer. FatherJohn Bolger is seated Home and School Association Parish Centers Grow '

.: IN PINELLAS = Klingman, recording secretary; Mrs. Joseph Cipriano, (right) with Father Mulligan. Paul officers.parish, for Daytona 196364 Beach in St., CALL (NO-The papal nuncio Edouard C. Craig

TampaSACRED stallation will be at a banquetat have: 'been'installed by :Mrs. to Colombia, Archbishop Contractor and Distributor

Las Novedades Paulist Press To Giuseppe Paupini, joined Bish-
Residential and Commercial Interior and Exterior R st urant Frank Nelson. They are: for
II HEART on June 5 at 8 p.m. Women of op Alberto Uribe Urdaneta of Vikon Metal Ceramic
Mrs. George Pastore, president -
j '1 PAINTING CONTRACTOR According to word receivedin the parish are invited to at Expand Offices Cali in celebrating the open-
Mallory, vice-pres-
Tampa, ordinations soon of tend. The speaker will be Father ; Ing of five new parish centers and Mosaic Tiles
NEW YORK: (XO-The Mis- ident; Mrs. Guy Peshek, recording
POWELL & HARRINGTONLicensed seminarians who have been Edward Mulligan of built here to meet some of the 917-94th St. So 347-4101
sionary Society of St. Paul the secretary; James Veale,
_ studying for the Priesthood at social-religious needs of this
Transfiguration parish, St.
Apostle, popularly known as treasurer; Mrs. Robert Collins,
and Insured Phones: 342-0384 St. Mary's College, Kansas, Petersburg. mushrooming city.
Free Estimates 345-3177 the Paulist Fathers, has purchased corresponding secretary; Mrs. The additions the
I will include the Rev. David bring num-
HOLY REDEEMERHoly and of Van Driel, historian.
; a building tract Henry
Charles Borbidge and the Rev. ber of parish centers to 28-the
j I 1782.74th St. No. St. Pete Name Society officers ;la4ln! :;: Glen Rock, New JerseY Father Patrick O'Sullivan attended . .
Guy Rajendram. These Jesuitsof first having been built only I DELTA
: to house the "Paulist the installation meeting.
elected this month in Most
the Southern Province of the two years ago. In two years,
w( Society of Jesus will be or- Holy Redeemer parish were.::: 'Press". ; activities. TavaresMr. the number of parishes in Call ttiajy)

dained as follows: The son of James E. Sawyer, president;::::Father William A. Michell has grown from 18 to 41. The 7

For Your Real Estate Col. and Mrs. John J. Borbidgeof Michael T. Power, vice-presi::G.S.P.? superior general, said and Mrs. Robert M. Fox 28 "centros parroquiales" are

And Insurance Needs Call Coronado, California, will be dent; David R. Zinnamon, reelected -:the modern one-story air-condi- of Lakeshore Drive Tavares, now giving services to 360,000 St. Petersburg

: .honed building with 54,000 celebrated their 25th the
treasurer; Robert L. wedding people-half city's popula-
- LaVoie Realty & Insurance Bodine, secretary; Anthony.Pa-. fequare feet of working spaceon anniversary last Tuesday morn- tion. 4645. 9th Street North

& 4154 Central Avenue Phone 896-4133 nek, marshal. Jive and three-quarter landscaped ing by attending Mass and receiving -

,, acres will be used for Holy Communion at
Installation will be at the
- Beach Bank
Communion breakfast at Peter The business offices, storage St. Mary Church in Eustis.

Pan restaurant on June 9.I1ELP and stockrooms of the "Paulist Before Mass they renewed MADEIRA BEACH ..
Press," now located her e. It their Member
$ : marriage vows at the .
UNHAPPY OF CHRISTIANS will! also house the shipping altar, after which the Priest Federal Deposit 'Insurance Corp. -

Father Alvin Mann S.D.B.: and library processing depart- congratulated them and sug- Phone 391-9911 Open Sat. 9-12 .. -

has installed the officers' of ments.A other follow
j WITH PRESENT gested couples
___ the Mama
Margaret Guild in
staff of U:; laymen will\ their example and renew their

DUPLICATING EQUIPMENT? Rev. Borbldf Rer. Rajeadrara Tampa. They are Mrs. Harold occupy the new plant in marriage vows on their 25th DANIEL T. WINTER & CO.

,-Th_ ordained a Priest by auxiliary Laird, president; Mrs Leo Tor- Glen Rock by the fall of 1963. anniversaries.

( ? CALL US FOR Bishop Timothy Manning of retta Estevez, 'vice-president, secretary; ;Mrs.. Mar-Jose Paulist editorial offices will Three of Mr. and Mrs. Fox's HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS

_ Los Angeles on June 12 in Los children were present, Kathy,
celino Perez treasurer; and remain at 401 West 59th Street, 403 FLORIDA THEATER BLDG. ST. PETERSBURG
Heyer Spirit: DuplicatorAnd Angeles. The Rev. Mr. Bor- Mrs. C. White, historian. here. Noreen, and Terry. Another TELEPHONE 8620381For )
bidge was once a student at daughter, Nancy, is attending
"Paulist Press, founded 100
( ,And Jesuit High School in Tampa Tarpon SpringsST. Spring Hill College in Mobile,
ago by Father Isaac
his resided here. years Alabama. Mrs. Fox's sister
) when family
4 Hecker, publishes paperback Catholics Of Pinellas County
; Rotary Mimeograph The son of Mr. and Mrs. K. from Chicago was present, as
books and pamphlets, and
Lazarus Rajendram of Ceylon Officers of the Women's well as many friends.
will be ordained a Priest by Guild of St. Ignatius Church three national magazines-the Calvary CemeteryEndowed
Catholic World, the Catholic
S.O.S. Archbishop Thomas J. Toolenof were installed recently by a
and the Ecumenist.
Mobile-Birmingham on June former guild president, Mrs. CareU.

ST. PETERSBURG 7-2127 SARASOTA 955.700 CLEARWATERHE 422-6480 12 at Spring Hill College chapelin Ben Frey. Hardback books were added I S. 19 at 58th St No. Phone HE 6-4238
g Mobile. He will celebrate his The new officers are Mrs. with the recent acquisition of

first Solemn Mass in Sacred Wm. J. Geyer president; Mrs. "Newman Press" of Westminster FLORIST-GREENHOUSES Office Open 9-1 PJI. Dally & 1-1 PJL on Sunday

Heart Church, Tampa, on the Marie Tipping, vice-president; Maryland, with bookstores 20 LaLrtlew Air. H..
following Sunday, June 16. :Mrs. George T. Zack, recording ME UIKK FLOWERS
in Westminster .
Baltimore 86. I36
I. The following officers have secretary; Mrs. Wm. M. Pier-
After Church been elected for the senior sail, treasurer; ,and Mrs. Wm.J. and Washington, D.C.

Sodality in Sacred Heart par- Lehman, corresponding sec KINGFISHRESTAURANT

Meet All Your ish, Tampa: Mrs. R. M. Clewis, retary. ': NATIONAL, :BANK

prefect; Mrs. Orville Austin, '

FriendsAtThePark vice-prefect; Mrs. L. McFar- Eau Gallie -I-II .

land Mrs. J. Gallagher record. ASCENSIONOn .
( -Off: .Yptr low; Payment*: ;l= r ." ..' -
: > .
and :
& Lane ing corresponding secretaries May 19!:, 170 children received SEAFOOD AT ITS BESTS
; and Mrs. P. C i m i no, First Holy Communionin FINAN I .CJNG8c--REFIN N'CI.NG

treasurer. Ascension Church. The : /, '; : : Ypur-Nfew--Car: ; :. c-M :;:' ;' -: Golden Fried or Broiled Shrimp
Tel, S..ed Cup 01 CtfHL ST. LAWRENCEThe school choir sang hymns, accompanied 9 Succulent
_ Scallops
.J.. '
L 1,1cdT1AhcoZM St. Lawrence Altar Society by Mrs. Harold Cos. :. 1, Eiample: o rjRnanc I $2OQ '
elected officers at their tello at the organ. only $@| .27p IT QntbI; In "tAl Costs Luscious Lobsters

.U May meeting, for the coming Eight hundred persons were YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD
;yean Mrs. John Franklin served at breakfast in the<:;CaNAMERICAN8p0'l! r,Visi .49H .P A $;;:>}< SERVED OCEAN FRESH PLATTER -

TYEONI SHOWING CINTtt president; Mrs. Verlin Young church hall and on the lawn ; 'tAl K': HUSHPITFIES AND ROLLS

CAFETERIA 1021 SIR ST. NO. vice-president; Mrs. Robert by the Women's Guild of the Martin, J. :Rce :Chairman Chicken and Steaks
Maguire, treasurer and Mrs. parish. Edward
Moxham and
5Sf Complete Luncheons Monday thru Saturday Peter DeMeza, secretary. In- Gerald Rogero were the chefs. o$7$' utfport BM. Phon* 3474161 At Famous Johns Passigo


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The Florida. Catholic, Friday May 31,1903 Page Three

-- -v4er otiamt...ow ltlIl m-
Letter Discloses Decision
b 01> ll .' ,
NlI i1 11I_11ir1I1111C Zffi? ,

i To Make Retreat during May ; I #aF e

VATICAN CITY (NC) Pope John XXm had planned to make a novena on Pen- 1 ,

tecost even before news reports on the state of his health indicated that the prayer '1 T t ;.t aI

period would be combinedwith of the Holy Spirit," the letter in expectation of the second I 4 Rc

UI f needed rest. continued, "seeks to open one's phase of the ecumenical meet ?

I This was clear from a papal dispositions to its directions, to ings."

exhortation addressed to the stimulate the interior searching Pope John .;lid the example .

world's Bishops that was published for always greater perfec- of the worlds Bishops: ..

20.The ")lay 22 but dated May tion wishes, the of serene the Divine trust the Be- joined Pope will in have prayer the with most eloquent the- I i7 ;'. ; ;. r ": rs4'.

a noted Feast of the Latin Pentecost nearness language on June of letter the 2, leave cause the of the this accustomed, in these days rhythmof We the Priests and! urgent and faithful effect on of ; > t., j J ; i t 1 J "- ;f. ;"-:..;... .'". ",".r ., ii.I. f1I f1- : : .

the world.It r F :, ri& ,
a feast to which the Pope has await 'in silence and in hope' will call their attention, /., t"..,.. I

often in the past linked the (Isaias 30, 15) the mystical the Pope said, to the "one I & w 1 ", r -. I

success Council.of the Second Vatican coming of the Divine Paraclete necessary thing," that is, "that s ,
who 1 ,
to renew in the which is the sanctity of life, a ,
The Pope also has often Church the wonders as in a that which reforms morals, ;
referred to the council as "a
new Pentecost. i
that which is the apostolic
1If"P..ntf''o"'t." ." "In
communicating to
you duty for Christ and for the
... Responding then, as is this, Our humble decision,
Church and toward which are
.,. ,,_..,. _.
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Our habit, to good inspirationthis venerable brothers, We feel aimed the essentially pastoral -- -' -- ,j

year," the letter stated, that you, Bishops and pastors goals of the ecumenical coun- -. .. TAMPA ON MAY 24 : : II
"the humble Vicar of Christ, of the Church of God, spiritual. ?:1 ? GRADUATING CLASS I OF SACKED IlriAKr: ACADEMY ,
1. Cnerra, Virginia .Manoney.ot presentnen!
remembering the annual ly united with the successor of Receiving diplomas lastFriday Lopez, Evelyn .
.0 FrAnce JeanXncTio the picture was taken: Nadine
course of spiritual exercises:: in Peter, will be with Us m these from Sacred Heart Roentond
Christine: Christian, Caruso and
in T.lln.n'l'r.. I
which he used to participatewith days with your prayers and Academy .
his fellow Priests in the with your thoughts.The from the left, front low: Patricia O'Connor, BarbartPope Stephens)

ecclesiastical province of thought too that comforts It o s a I i e Pendino, Joyce

Venice, will also make by himself Us is that in such a way }Humble Mary Elizabeth: will Preside
a spiritual retreat" on the your efforts will be reinforcedin Schneider .Judith Arduengo, Papal Legate
nine days preceding Pentecost carrying out the work of Theresa lavarone, Wanda

"The rich outpouring of gifts preparation of the council and ,. ?" iis i VI Shea, Marthanne Fit/.Pat* At Notre Dame CelebrationPARIS
;- rick, Kileen: Santa YiiA,
; ( "
Cheryl Simpson. Louise (ion*
Convent to be ConstructedFor nuncio to France
c; zalcz; ton2, Patricia Greco: (N"C4 A former apostolic
Nancy Chamber, ShirleySimpson will represent Pope John XXIII at ceremonies June 19 to

St. Patrick's, Tampa t. 'J.... ; Sara Teresale.. 23 marking the 800th anniversary of Notre Dame cathedral -

... lendi Rebecca Day, MargaretIlieksza here.
Construction has begun on a convent in Tam Margaret Ann Paolo Cardinal M are 11 a Prior to the celebration, aMass
pa for the Missionary Zelatrices of the Sacred Heart. They r- i ;,, Ksser" Angela Iloromei, Archpriest of the Vatican basilica will be offered on June
13 the feast of Corpus ChristI,
--ai Cheryl Green, Ueverly will preside at cere-
teach in St. Patrick .
which has
ry Park and St. Patrick's, Tampa. /k;:. a Diane Lumpce; row 3, Catherine monies as papal legate., in the Parisian Rite
Four of their number now __ used since shortly
One of the Sisters explains: Helm, )Ial- al.itaIe'ju., The celebration will start not been :
staff the school in Monsignor: Licata'iian with solemn after the Council of Trent.
Jacqueline June 19 a reception -
John Scully's parish. By the The motto means!' "the for the legate. On June 20, ((15-1:>-IGG3)).

r time the convent is ready, more charityof Christ urges us" rn Sacred Heart'sGraduation there will be a Mass for youth.A An historical, archeological

Sisters will join the staff. and It is In response. to His solemn pontifical Mass anda and liturgical conference,

"Caritas Christi urget nos" Is urging that more than 2000: Held prayer vigil will mark the musical concerts and exhibi

the motto 0 f the Missionary Joungoinen are now Mis-", seniorsof least ot the Sacred: heart' juno tons arenection also 1 Manned in Con' -
Zelatrices who now staff both fcionaryelatrU'es spreading h TAMPA Thirty-four 21. Solemn ceremonies including with the anniversary.
Academy received
Sacred Heart School in Pinella good works in their fields of Sacred the singing of the Te
1 their diplomas at a
I labor. graduation ceremony last Friday Deum, a hymn of thanksgiving CLEARWATERSUN
close the celebration
ST. PETERSBURG Sixty-nine years ago, in Vio S .yw evening in Sacred Heart will
greggio Italy, :Mother Clelia; Church at 8 o'clock. Father on June 23.

Merloni founded the religious; James M. Buckley S.J., pastor, In J1G3;; Bishop" Maurice
I HEINZEN congregation: Its early days: ...-;........-".,., .",. n'4 x. 6e. e... ..._. ''_ ". -_., '- _'_'''___u__ .. a..t-.R'b.,_, -r--w.. presided and conferred the de Sully of I> the'athII':11 COAST

were filled with financial vicis TAMPA'S ST. PATRICK PARISH TO BUILD CONVENT honors and diplomas.The present" { to replacethe
.1' construction of a new convent for the Mission- Church of Notre Dame
situdes. There were times Ground was broken in mid-May for address was given by Natural
s 1 11 when the continuance of the ary Zelatrices of the Sacred Heart who teach in St. Patrick School at Tampa. Four Monsignor John L. Anderton, de la Cite uhich had<< been

SERVICE institute was in peril. By 1902, Sisters now staff the school and a number of Sisters will join them in the near future. chief chaplain, Strike Com built over the -ruins of atemple Health Foods

FREE: riCKIT I I hi.\KItr however, the Zelatrices were :Monsignor John Scully holds the shovel, above, and Father Manuel Morales, assistant, mand, MacDill Air Field, Tam dedicated to the
Jlth St. & Iftlh ,\". So. contingent Roman god .I1II i.1("'".. Special Diet Foods
of construction.
Phono 72ft able to send their first waits his turn to participate in the ceremony symbolizing the start pa. .
the United States, establishing ,, exander III laid the
"*1I GKKK: :MTAMPSth to .Marthanne) FitzPatrick !&I\t: LINCOLN
> $t. IHth Are. So. their first mission utatorian of the class has rece'ued :" ftKm&flte for Notre Dame.i 201 SO.

rhone J96-41SS center in Boston at the request Coming Evens .. a four.year full tuition' .fcotmt, Wladimlr d'Ormess,) PHONE '446.2888
of Venerable Scalabrini: ,' who e. -:.::.\ --' .veholarship from St. ""Mary' ..'former'ambassadc\to,the Holy'

was revered as the "Apostle of Thl column IU(. future l.rnrflt.p.4 liil m..*tin.* and .v.nt. of more. Dominican College in New See heads thV committee (Near Cleveland! Plaza)
OVER 35 YEARS OF AGE the Italian Immigrants. than loral Intrrrst. Ailtunrr<< no tire of regular nirrtlnc will br omittrd. Oilcans. which is organizing the celebration. -;j
HANDS TIED St. Petersburg: hop, grad- July 12-14 women's retreats treat, Holy Xlluel'adelll), An honorary committee -
BECAUSETHEY In Boston the pioneering nation May 31, St. Mary Holy Xtllle'adrlll)', San San Antonio. A fund for the education of for the celebration] is headed -' 'rrmlrrrr'rrnrrr'rrnnr1

111 LACKTRAINING Sisters organized a day nursery Church; for Bishop BarryHigh Antonio July 1D--1, men's retreat, Cuban refugees has given a by France's President Betty K. O'Brien 5

catechism, recreation and! School. July J2...., men's retreat St. Leo. scholarship Margarita Alejo, Charles de Gaulle and includes. 5 & Company fc

? sewing as well a s language Siiinmer festival" dance, 9 St. ..Jo"'ph'itdr" ))', Loretto. July 2028omenN re.treat high scorer in the competitive Maurice Cardinal Feltin, Arch ;:: 1985 Drew St. Ph. 446-8395 S

; classes for Italian immigrants p.m. to 1 a.m. June 1, K of C July 12-t.J. women's re. Holy Xame Academy,. examinations.Sister Teresa is bishop of Paris, and AndreMalraux ',,_ ,. MUTUAL FUNDS _Si
St. Joseph Academy, San Antonio. M. Celeste STOCKS & ONDS g
treat cultural
St CCESS:: Today the Sisters devote Hall, 1720 Central Avenue. senior homeroom teacher of minister for
men PSTSiXUItITY St. Augustine .. July 2G-28 men's retreat nllrllllllllllllllllllrrrrlJe
to the education St. Petersburg; sponsor,110131 affairs. !
efforts chiefly
their July 1618. women're- St. Leo. the class! which graduated.
of youth in elementaryand ..niJ) Women's Guild.

Can 11* Tours high school and college.ennite. Knights of Columbus, Florida CLARK'SGULFSERVICE
1<< State Council convention,

1 For More InfornmtUa Fill June 1.4, Tampa International I)
Out This Coupon or CallName Inn.
........................ Sorwrnrzyear'0d St. Paul High: School St. HERCULES & :

Address ................'...'... Petersburg, girls' graduation, PHONE -M6-37IO

City .......................... I *\ St. Paul Church, June 2. t
State ..'". .. ... ....
Dedication, St. Jude

Gulfport ChUl'l'h. St. Petersburg, by 1F't SKYCREST PHARMACY

Academy of Bishop. Henry Murphy of 1t 1903 DREW STREET
Limerick Ireland, 12:30
For Free Delivery Service CALL 446-2520
Beauty Culture call o'clock midday, June 2. 4f
I ,. 9 A.M.-7 P.M. Emergency Phone 442-2525
Annual fair June 5, benefit -I'-
of St.mbl't parish and I I
111, M. 1'.rt bUI'K f ; i'
.U%l Gulf port Our Lady of Good Counsel, +
Frank Mediavilla, Director for me sake of your home } --- ii

.. June 7-9 Wen's retreat, .j .
Y s
St. Joseph" Academy, \ \

At 11211 Seminole Blvd. (Alt. 19)) is getting a faceliftingand Leo. 1778 GULF-TO-BAY PHONE 4447381Weekend

will be temporarily closed during alterations. June Fest, Blessed Trinity .........
WATCH FOR REOPENING!! Men's Club, Saturday, June 8, -
Dorothy & Ted Calvo Phone 391.5913 8 p.m.. Anchorage Club of u ..IJ' .J &....A. oAcOi 6w .. .f!: ':
Maximo Moorings, St. Peters 1!"! _..." '-.. r- i : '. .
.1" "
f Y -
burg. .... "
:. DmIL mm1H ,
.June 14-16 men's retreat, : : : .
Low Cost St. Leo. !:" ...."" .. ,., :;' ,," I i Yr(, lr{ 1nrilli: I

Dance, June 8, Treasure" 1

1 Auto Island! auditorium Dick '_ ...' w.I- ",-, ... ,w.:. .\-.a e. L. I


i Loans Jude School St. Petersburg.June Less than a: dozen years ago, according to Monsignor: James J. Meehan (left),

Ot If,flT! 41Y 0I 18-21 women's retreat the spot where today stands the new St. Jude Church in St. Petersburg was a thicketof

I academy of Holy scrub pines and palmettoes. Among those who helped to raise the greater St.Jude's .
Available Names, Tampa.
women's retreat at the present intersection of two traffic arteries of the city were John D.
June 21-23; ,
St. Joseph: Academy, St.u. Parrish, center, local architect, and Edward G. Gerrits, contractor. During this

THE NATIONAL BANKOF gustine." working phase of construction, the pastor donned a safety helmet with others in the

June 21-:{, men's retreat, area.
1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH St. Leo. Must.Give Witness Retreats
Member F.D.I.C. June 28-30, men's retreat FOR .\ADVKRTISIM -t-
St. Ieo.
June 28-30, womfn'r retreat ST. PKTKRsnUIMJ: : : : dinal Doepfner has declared .

Holy Name Academy, San CALL here that Catholics mu t give Larlr .a rrr.rlp .l.n
witness to their Faith in deed Pharmacy la the south You Are Too To Make A
Antonio. : Busy
IT'S NEW!! THE IDEAL GIFT 3475085Our I appreciate your patronage .:
I July :J.., women's retreat and that pious participation in Free Delivery FK 4-7.,l .. Retreat You Are Too Busy!

Two Wedding Rings entwined on a Cross Holy X"me"ddtm.)', San the Holy Eucharist is not Huntington Bldg. Miami .. .. .- ..
1 symbolize the union of the couple In Christ. Antonio. enough. I. -. ...--.-. ,-.-, ... -. - ....-- ..- -II

This Cross mates an ideal Wedding July ;-., men's retreat, St. Advertisers help supportour Warning against any separation I Rev. Retreat Director, C.P., I
Shower or Anniversary gift. Cross is supplied newspaper Do you help and witness
of worship *
For An lOur Lady of Florida Retreat House, I
1 with aluminum sleeve for use on men's retreat,
12-14 Advertisers sacrifice
support our he said that Christians'
: No.1 No. Palm Beach. Ra. Tel: 844-7750
I 1300 Rt. I I
wedding cakes. elf.. St. Leo. at the altar would not be EstimateCall
i God unless first I I
accepted by US : I NAME__ ._:...::........_......_._....DATES. I
Mueller's the lack of love and the wrong .
Eugene ,- .
From -
$4.50 I .
[ Room done to one's fellow man were I "*; r. .. C I
Cameo Dining ,"
uprooted.The I ADDRESS TE- I
Gold Plated BUTLER BROS. hw..
((7" ) '
.. Co EierlleatSaprrb Cardinal Archbishop of I :..- I
I c I'rnlre .. ;M .. ""!!.... r .
U'1 O EDWARD JAMES HOTEL Munich speaking and'at a Freising Pontifical Mass was LUMBER CO. I _._.____._...._...,... ..._.;'.- ..----P. RISH" -_ ..,._.. I

THE CATHOLIC SHOP DrlirUnft Chare-cat S.d..d. Chaps and I. --I
of -
.. he offered on the occasion - - - -
{'hlC'' Beach
dinner West Palm
656 Central Avenue Phone 824-6101 tJ" DeUrUu ('h.r..l andLKK: RJI\I.,; 1\. Plan.. the 40th anniversary 0 f the Individual registrations accepted. Non-Catholics most
ST. PETERSBURG ;( Rr.n.4 *trakn tIED Pi t\1. R. Munich diocesan charities or TE 2-6171 welcome. $5.00 registration fee with application.Pope's .
11750 Gulf Hl\d-Treasure Inland! 3i-S261
Mailed Free In U.S.A. ganization.


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Frank,, J. SheedChurch's Father John B. SheerinSignificant ';

Catholic Comment ".

Position StatedOn Visits Aid World PeaceIN


Marriage Act TeachingTHE this era of surprises, the the radical change that has if a Pope and a Cardinal are
I Congratulations Graduates
to our sometimes be- set into the general attitudeof participating in the affairs of

Church's insistence that Catholics must keep on comes humdrum. I suppose statesmen and diplomats the world community, it is

I TIllS week hundreds of boys and girls graduate and so there is a spirit of .ad children is monstrous: Surely it is for parentsto this to be expected at a time In the last century.In high time that American Cath

graduate from our Catholic high venture in launching off into the chosen decide the number of children they want to have? when astronaut those sad days when the olics should play an active part \J

schools. We would like to extend our con- field. Major j Pope was a forgotten "prisoner in the affairs of their nationaland
gratulations Answering this, we are touching an exposed nerve. Gordon I of the Vatican the mind of local
to them. We that God Cooper communities.
pray Many a graduate pictures himself as ..1r.cdnf trms.... wVin..... aslr. trio n11P stmn....... .or.....* _: ...1 ___ ________ LL___ .L y. 9"> _
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will i
guide them in their chosen professionsand a great scientist, a great doctor, a great 1---- u e smiles wuuu .1:4uropeanmnKerS was tnaithe u rope John has a keen I
personally concerned, either for them through -I, past was a dead hand sense of !
vocations. Graduations are filled with lawyer or a great teacher. And althoughwe responsibility for the ;
mixed emotions. There is a sense of loss take satisfaction in knowing that our selves or for someone close to them-concerned space in 34 stifling liberty and progress. peace of the world, should we
often enough to the point of tor hours. But I "Secularization," which real. not have keen
on the part of teachers and pupils alike, Catholic schools have prepared our / a sense of responsibility -
young ment. I have never yet managed to move think there is ly meant a cold war on the for the peace and
at the end of
school. There is an air of an- men and young women to enter into their
an unbeliever one step towards acceptanceof a real need for Church, was the order of the welfare of our communities?
ticipation on the part of the and chosen it is
parents professions
greatest hope
the Church's view; for it depends upon AmericanCatholics day; every vestige of religionhad There are great issues that
teachers and students, each wonderingwhat that our graduates will be great Catholic
what God is and what man is, upon the to be destroyed every experiment confront American citizens
life holds in store for the young men leaders; that they will be the leaven that of human life and the place in it to take note of in the direction of Issues such as federal aid to

and young women of the class of '63. will Christianize science and our society; meaning two amazing liberty had to be attempted. education and religion in the
To who knows
of and one
There is no more precious thing in a that they will help rebuild the moral fiber sex marriage. events that took place within Now that old continental liberalism -public schools. Full, free and

person's life than time. At graduation, a of our nation which is being destroyed by none of these things, the Church's teachings the last month. On May 11th is dead. informed public discussion off

young boy or girl usually decides how to paganism and materialism; that they will : is utterly incomprehensible. If you Pone. John_ called______ nn___ the__,_ nrpsf.r-_; Thp AOO" 00-np'W'" ,..pp1nnmpntAn1...... t"-... ..... f .... .T-act....:,...toe.....* 49 I* "n AiV A.VVOOU4.Aeci**J** A tslVJV VI\**

invest the time given to them by God. be a tribute both to their Faith and to meet such a man, then you must try to convey our whole dent of the Italian Republic.This have a profound impact, I believe the correct solutions of the I

There are many professions open to the their country. view of life to him, before proceeding to deal with this is the first time in his on the life and ways of problems involved and also for I

particular question. tory that a Pope paid a visitto American Catholics. Too manyof the peaceful and harmonious

Indeed I have never found apart He has chosen not to do the chief of this Republic.On us are still reluctant to playan solutions of these problems.Too .

Father Leo J. TreseDaily even instructed Catholics easyto so without the instrumentality May 13th, moreover Car active role in our local com often In the past, the

I satisfy when the question is of men and women. Alone of dinal Suenens of Belgium, as munities. Catholic reaction to these con

I their own: it needs more than human acts, this one is meant personal representative of the That is why I think that the troversies has been highly

Duties Express Love for God lucid statement to quiet an for the production of beings Holy Father, delivered an ad- visit of the Pope to the Quiri emotional rather than in

--vnn'pi- ---- T1prvpr ---- ,-,_ that will last forever. dress at the United Nations.He nal and of Cardinal Suenens to formed. Many of us have tried
GOD made us to love Him- This means, at a minimum, For God, this is the Seventh But at least we can get the An act of that importance is spoke at the annual con the U.N. will have a profound to justify our lack of information -

I The whole purpose that we respect God's will Day. God is "resting," as He Church's position rightly sta not to be played with. There is ference of non-governmental influence on American Catho by claiming it is futileto

of life is contained in this and that we live onr lives leaves it to us to carry on (un- ted. She does not say that pleasure in it, but it does not organizations. What a shock it lics. argue the merits of a case

vocation to love. Compared to within the framework of Ills der His guidance) His work of Catholics must have as many exist for the sake of the pleas would be for Garibaldi to return Here are two of the top with bigots.If .

It, all lesser laus. Still better, it means creation. children as they can manageto :ure. It must be performed to earth and find a Popea Vatican leaders taking vital we would only learn all

human goals that God is the target of our We are not consciously think produce, she does not lay only by those who are entitled the Quirinal Palace as an part in international relations the facts and sit down to discuss -

fade into in. total Ufe.'Vhatever. ing of God all the time, no down a minimum number that perform it, husband and honored guest and a Cardinalat and making substantial them with others, we

s I gnlficance. Intermediate aims more than is a man explicitly all good Catholic parents wife.. And by them it must be the headquarters of the organization contributions! to the peace of would soon find that common

At first glanceIt we may have, God is the ultimate thinking of his family while should strive to reach. Her performed in its completenessor conceived as "the the world. denominator of good will that

might seem objective of all we do. his mind Is on the work which concern is with the marriage not at all.Mutilation. conscience of the world." The obvious inference for Pope John in Pacem in Terrin"

that God Is beIng In practice, this becomes a provides their bread and but act. She teaches that it must of the act, or distortion These developments show any thinking Catholic is that contends is present in all men.

miserably matter of trying our best to ter. Yet, every new day, with always be itself, not mutilated, or frustration 0 fit s

short-changed.". discharge well the obligationsthat God as our ultimate objective, not interrupted, not interfered consequences-these things are Father John J. CastelotPsalmist

Everyone is life has placed upon us. speaks of our love for Him. with. It must be performed in sacrilege, as is its performanceby

hurryingthrough Assuming that we are united It may seem to us that we its entirety, no action must be : the unmarried. :1

the with Christ by sanctifyinggrace are making a ridiculously weak taken to block its natural consequences There is a third answer-to Joyful When Spared Death

day, occupied love for God then is expressed impact upon the world. We That is all she in- perform the marriage act onlyat :
with a thousand duties and In In our efforts to be a may see very little "creativity"or sists upon.It times when conception can-
terests. Fathers work at a driving it cowardly to be afraid of there is to know about death, proclaim your faithfulness
I good father mother, neighbor, long-range importance in reads like a sufficiently not take place. Modern discoveries -IS
to provide for their death? The bravest person UHS appalled at its prospect.We ( )
pace citizen, parishioner.We what we are doing. moderate command; but thereare : are making it possibleto (10)Along
families. Mothers harried ever to walk this earth cried with the psalmist's
: ,to love God by being a good However this is not a mat. situations in which the decide ever more accuratelythe can, then, well understand
distraction minister to the out, not once but three times: gratitude went a humble reco"
the the author
joy of of
which few
ter need in each
teacher, nurse, secretary, mechanic concern us. A demand it actually makes is very days
needs of husband and children. merchant, doctor, lawyer man in a rowing shell bends tremendous, to be met onlyat month on which conception is "Father, if it psalm 29, who cried out with nition that his mortal Hint" ,
Single men and women in be possible let gratitude for having been was a result of his sinfulncr
or politician. We love God his back to the oar without great cost. possible.For .
schools offices and the marketplace this chalicepass for which he deserved God
from the death which
even in our recreations and knowing or worrying about A mother may hare been a long time Catholicswere
have their own pressuresand social activities.In what lies ahead. He leaves the warned that another child may doubtful about the right- fromme would have the normal resultof punishment. He had be. i

stresses. short, we love G o d by guidance to the coxswain. mean death; or the family's ness of continuing to have bod-- !" And so his illness: smug and content, but his illness

We are tempted to say, "It trying to use well the talents, For us, God is the helmsman finances may be strained thin ily union while avoiding those compell- O LORD, my God, I cried out brought him to his senses:

Eeems that very little time Is great or small, with which He -and our contributionto to support the children already times. ing was His to you and you healed me. 0 Once, in my security, I said,

being given to loving God. If has endowed us. Somehow the Cod's own final objective born and the prospect of another But Pope Pius XII settled anguish that ,. LORD, you brought me up "I shall never be disturbed." 0

that is what God made us for circumstances of life have set may be far more important may truly terrify. Yet the doubt: His blood '.-p.- from the nether world; you LORD in your good will you

His idea is not paying off very tled us into a certain area of than we think. the body remains urgent, the He said to the congress of forced its way I 1 preserved me from among had endowed me with majestyand
through H i strength hut when
well. existence and action which is No, God is not being short soul too.Totally. Catholic midwives In October those going down into the pit ; you
and hid face I terrified
Then we reflect on the nature uniquely our own. changed on love quite as to abstain from the 1931: "The limitation of the act (3-1)). your was
trickled like sweat down His (7-8)).
of charity, and we realize This area, however unim- shamefully as the world's marriage act would be an an- to the times of natural steril Of course, his gratitude was
face. We are. all afraid of the And the
that it is not a matter of spend portant it may seem to be, is busyness might lead us to be- swer: but the strain, the un- ity" is morally lawful if it "is even more heartfelt than ours noenjoyin restoration -
unknown, and there is at leasta to health which his
ing our whole day looking at the particular part of God's to- lieve. True enough, it is sad relaxing tension, can mean a based on sufficient and reliable would be, for he had no notionof
large element of the contrition and confession
the sky (or at the tabernacle) tal picture on which He wantsus that there are so many perSons degree of suffering beyond the moral grounds." A month later unknown an eternity of bliss followIng have

I and saying, over and over, "My to work. Or, to vary the fig- whose lives are not imagination of those who have "he"said to the family front in death. Both reason upon death. For him, departure brought him, he prays ecstati--
and faith tell that it is
God I love You!" ure, this is our "beat," whichwe oriented to God. They do but never had to face it. Even "One may hope that science us not from this life meant cally:

Explicit acts of love must must cover to the best of sharpen the challenge to ourselves some of those who, with prayer will'succeed in providing this the be-all and end-all of exist simply "going down into the I will extol you, 0 LORD

have their place, yes. ." but our ability. and sacrament, have maintained lawful method with a sufficiently -ence.n. 41..1_ ____ ___ _____ __..3 & nit.. the shadowy abode where for- you. drew. .me clear .., ((1)),
.\ It is for to make to the Iron control that it base." <_i uiu we are sure, arm yei ; W i cneu out to you ana you
principally God expects us to s we progress! through us up secure good and bad alike led a mysteriously -
show our love for Him by fulfilling our busy day, we are forwarding God, by our own more perfect calls for, seem to bear the scars Tell your questioner this there is something so comfort dull existence. healed me ((3)).

our nature as human ( ()d'I!! plan for the service, for all the love He of it for long after.Contraceptionthe. and he will instantly answer able about the known, some You changed my mourningInto
thing so disturbing about the This! attitude was expressed
beings. orld. seeks and does not get. name fora that it is cheating. Contraception dancing; you took off my
unknown, that even people In the prayer whichhe sackcloth and clothed with
great variety of ingenious restriction to infertile me
I, devices to ensure that the male periods-both have exactly the who are suffering unspeakablepain addressed to Cod; gladness, That my soul might

Father Michael V. Gannon, and i female elements in con- same purpose, namely to have struggle to hold on to life, What gain would there be sing praise to you without

Director of the Mission of Xombrc Ie Dlos! St. AugustineIJGREAT ception do not come together the pleasure of the act and to wretched though it may be.Even from my lifeblood, from my go- ceasing; 0 LORD, my God, for-

-is another answer. prevent conception: it is sim Jesus' who knew ing down into the grave? ever will I give you thanks

This the Church declares ply a mockery to say that one with divine knowledge all Would dust give ;you thanks or ((12-13)).

CHAPTERS IN FLORIDA tI gravely sinful. is sinful and the other virtuous.

Almost alone In our Western And indeed if limitation of Question BoxAlways

I : world she sees the marriageact one's family were a sin, then
I as sacred-procreation isIrocreation both methods would be equally

Ltr __ __ ) a kind of deputy guilty of it. Dress Properly and Modestly
--- ------ creation, a share in the creative But the Church has never

, Chapter Four Ing Indians! he delivered a for have told you taking the time activity of God. laid that it is. The sin she is
Can children attend according to the
mal declamation, which, because for it that is just should my Gallup poll.
silence and emptiness you Only God can create immortal concerned with is the desecra-
ONLY baccalaureate services in a Questions should be addressed He won't ask us whether we
Narvaez and his it indicates the mission to comprehend and reflect, and souls, but the Incarnation tion of the marriage act.
non-Catholic church? to: Question! Box are "up-to-date" or old-
ary character of his enter you recoenize: the_ Thiirrh_
when w --- uuas
missionary they entered companions the abandoned prise, deserves to be quoted in Mistress--0-----and Superior 0 f Washington Letter A. No. Catholics graduatingfrom The Florida Catholic P.O. fashioned. But he will call us
Box 3551 Orlando Florida. to account for leading the
the Universe
part. and the Supreme public high schools are
Indian village at Tampa Bay on
weak down the wide
April 15, 1528. The only cheerIng He first explained how the Pontiff, called Pope and not permitted to attend bac- destruction.Q. path of

thing they found was a descendants of Adam and Eve that you consent and give opportunity Orbit of Earth Recalls calaureate services in non- non-Catholic alike, are aghastat

which led themto had spread abroad across the that these fathers. Catholic churches. aren't the children
gold ornament, the so-called "comfortable"warm Why
think that more of the precious earth to form many nations, and religious men may declare Early Scientists' Work Nor are they permitted to at- weather attire of their attending public schools!

i metal could be discovered and how God had come to and preach these things to tend graduation services of a neighbors.If the
earth to save the nations you." religious character if these given opportunity to
farther inland. institutions of learning here in the Capital it Is considered old-
"wheresoever they might live Xarvaez and a large partyof CATHOLIC services are conducted by any make retreats and missionsas
I The next day. Holy Saturday pioneers in "far out" scientific researcheven fashioned to be scandalized at
and he men then marched north. other than a Catholic Priest.If are the Catholic school

Narvaez solemnly' took "Wherefore," he continued ward.Unfortunately. a century ago. This has been recalled to mind by two necessary, it should be the general disregard for decency -children?

po""e!'"Ion of Florida.To "I entreat and require you to they lost con recent events-the start of daylight- saving time and the brought to the attention of the in women's dress, thenI A. I know from my own experience

I the unseen and unhear- understand this well which I tact with the fleet, which. despairing earth orbiting of Astronaut servatory Volume for 1847, public school authorities that, must say that I will have to that the public school

of their return, turned Gordon Cooper. under our constitutional guarantees be ranked among those who children
Father are given
in 1853. Sestini
printed every opportunity
a TRANGE BUT back toward Cuba. Matthew Fontaine M a u r).. published a "Catalogue of StarColors" of freedom of conscience are old fashioned.In to participate in the
whose studies of winds I and Catholic children the "old.fashioned"
Meanwhile Narvaez' daysit
retreats for
Little-Known Facts for men on said to have been the Catholic school
currents cut one month off the should not be put under pressure was
shore, cut off from all supplies, first work of its kind and longa commonly accepted children.
By M. J.| MURRAY --x"w"x__ reached the country of the sailing time around Cape Good reference book.Astronaut to do something that is that people dressed for the I also know that they do not

j Apalache Indians near the Hope, was one of the foundersof contrary to their religious con- occasion. Now it seems that take
Cooper's orbit. advantage of It in
site of Tallahassee. the Naval Observatory here, ictions. many accept shorts as the proper many
present By instances but I <
in recalls the assure
ing space earliest you they
this time their plight was des- and has been called the "founder It may seem democratic to dress for any occasion. On are
always invited
H KAMO. of the modern science of efforts in this! countryto invite various denominationsto the beach and are
1 perate. The men killed their heavicr-than- downtown, uptown, most welcome.
horses for food and used the oceanography." Maury it develops produce a conduct the baccalaureate in the home, out of the home,
machine.Samuel .
air flying
hides to construct five large received an M.A. degree services, but in reality it in the super-markets, in restaurants -

boats, which they l hunched in from Georgetown University P. Langley, then secretary breaks down belief, particularly in bars, this summer

cJ the gulf fifty men to a boat. in 184:). of the Smithsonian Institution of those who have not been style of "up-Uxiate" people Is
He became known here, was a real pioneer properly instructed in the considered
widely an
FLOWERING'CAMELLIA ___________ Cabeza de Vaca relates the acceptable.Well .
in this effort late in the whose Faith is weak.
% M't an oceanographer and hydrog- Faith or
sad I for one can't
consequences: one after acceptIt.
\ another rapher as an officer in the last century. Among those Catholics are bound to wor A attired Catholic
&.7S..e'4? 1SNAMFD of the boats foundered woman properly)
1 Ante KAMH..A :i along the coast between Pensa- United States Navy< but resigned -who encouraged him were two ship God in accordance to their for the occasion Is a beautiful
MORAVIAN JESUIT WHO j his commission in 1SG1 Priests at the Catholic University -conscience. A good Catholic
creature of God.
cola A improperly
and woman
I Matagorda. Most of
i to join the Confederate Navy of America. conscience dictates that We violate
dressed is tttty Friday
FROM THC PHILIPPINES U7L' \ the men drowned. Eighty survivors an occasionfor
in which he became a commo- The Priests were Father God's law on worship in temptation.God FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc.
were cast up 0 nth e dore. He was sent to Englandand George M. Searle and Father any form of worship that isnnn.r I'.O. B.t SSSt a.hde. S-UU
.H Texas coast. Even this number in creating men and ISt Kill C.1i1a1 Drlu, OPIanJ.sueripuon .
; obtained many ships for Clarence E. Woodman, both thn1i -
----- -------
dwindled through sickness, women. Ingrained in them a << In U.SJU And Canada,
the Confederacy. Paulists and converts tot h e Q. Our pastor warned us I t.OQ lr Tear; other countriw
exposure, and starvation. sense of modesty which IS 00.
AVhile he director of Faith.
was Catholic
After an incredible odyssey about immodest dress, particularly prompts them to dress in a decent The Florida Catholic is a member
the Naval Observatory, in the The two Priests becameprofessor
fashions.Don't of ..
I the Catholic
of seven which summer manner. Like our con Pr. Association
years, daring
before the Civil War the Catholic
years at and the National Catholic Welfare
they you think that he is science, this sense of modesty
crossed the Conference
Manry was!! the close friend University of America in thatInstitution's *\va nlc.Bo er
continent ocean to ocean, being a little old fashioned can be deadened, but it doesn't and Hart in. publisher: representtlve. *-
.:; i = --------:-- and collaborator of Father early days. J-nterf"d as second
,.: 6cpD 7HC NEW onHCDRRL c.srrrPN, four lonely survivor finally Angelo SeCchl, the noted astronomer Langley, then at the Smithsonian when he comes out against mean that temptations are slay 1. Ut.:; at Orlando.dais"Jor-ilJa mall,
.-"-.. 0 ;Jc HARTFORD.CONN.HAS 7Hr IAR6 STEXftWSf reached Mexico and safety. who \tas!! then at Institution named Father women wearing :shorts' in the deadened. under the Act ftf March 2. 11:1

or fXWf0-4Sff 4V IHf Cabeza de Vaca was one of Georgetown. Searle "official astron. hot weather? After all it Ls Women have an obligationto
5J QI' SQUARE fTCT OF GUtS H THC them. A negro slave was an. Another collaborator was omer" and Father Woodman the accepted dress of our protect their neighbors from

toi : EXTCItICm tMU.$" C# NRVr other. There were two sol Father Benedict Sestlnl, SJ., "assistant astronomer" of the climate.A. occasions of sins.I Father Executive Vlnecnl Editor F.. Smith

A. diers. The Priests had all given -whose work at the Georgetownobservatory Astrophysical 0 b s e r v a tory. You say it Is the accepted do not believe the ubiquitous !- Editor: )11.! J.n <|_!..

TO THE THC TOPE ONLY IS THE MAW APOSTOLIC WHO MAY PREACHtR.PREACH their lives. Narvaez, too, produced a seriesof They were associated with the dress. Accepted by whom, mayI woman in shorts i is being JUrk A. HellI*

i 'WHO DELIVERS SERMONS TO THC OLV" was dead. sun spot drawings which Smithsonian from 1900 to 1911, ask? You may be unpleasantly charitable to the man whose J*.rpli A. IU..UrAilvertUinff

I ri '.' L FATHER AND TH6 ROMAN CARDINALS EVERY } (Next Week" : were published (44 plates) as and took part in several scientific surprised to discover that chastity she threatens. Manager
ut. Hcrnando de Solo) an appendix of the Naval Ob- expeditions. many people, Catholic and God Isn't going to judge us Friday, May 31, 1963




TKe:!: New ApostlesStudent : ; The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 31,19G3 Page Fiva

'. .' .. WO'. .,".,. -/Oo

Volunteers Aid MissionBy : :: > t; l

: ---b! .
Glenn D. Kittler =r:.. tS.

THE place looked like the end of the world-and it practically was. Located.200 miles '- < ; -:-=.;. ;. ,

of Anchorage, Alaska, Copper Valley lay in the heart of the Arctic forest, isolated r': -,1- t t .. 1 .. f '.'. 1

I and lonely. It was amazing that the two Gonzaea Universitv., students had bAAn ;, ;; .
-- -------- --- ----- 1 .
.1 I abletofjndjt. they had finished their -sum- The "Lambs" have ;; c; r'.t) 't"} 4-ri t 1.1! V t : f
not '
Michael Byrne and Richard con- : : p.
I : :
Spils had gone to Copper Val. mer of work, they returned to fined themselves to teaching.A v 'A"Y i : .' 1) (\IJ' ':-k"

Gonzaga with an idea. Seattle welder learned that A' ''t 41 : \ I II Ii
ley to help build a school at < r. l
They knew about the pendIng the school had acquired a { .. r d. : iFi' !
the Jesuit mision there. The i ;

school Itself was amazing. Ex. teacher shortage. They puta boiler which nobody knew howto <3..;...'J" fr.1 '..";":'JJ> !<(. (,,' :) ,. ) ); ,,;:t....... .'

had question to their classmates: install, so he went up to < y ,; : ., -' t
perts examined the children < r '
"If laymen could volunteera Copper Valley to do the job f'tl i t 1 f ; -f ii <<
who lived in the lt
nearby : f ) .. .. .. : '
I ;
summer to help build the and then stayed on to do other ( c;
Indian and \9J "
Eskimo villages ... '\1.1 '< :,. .)J I. 1t J"1 : J :
why couldn't they metalwork in the church and .. .
and decided they were uneducable 1 k : :: "' I ; .
I ) : t

I so deeply ingrained in volunteer more-to teach a whole in it.year-even" mission And when buildings.James H. ) fi, ",. (..:; ) ,. 11 \J.. (.Ji .. 4It.'J CI' $. '' j ., ,j.
Crane -lit. .
were the ways of their : ...
: .
.,. .> 04.
Actually, the first teachersat \T' \ .
wilderness life. a Kentucky farmer and the father 1 i't : .

But the Priests refused to the Copper Valley School of ten children, heard ; t;:; ;

accept that decision as final. were six women of the Regis about Copper Valley, he sold : : ...: : <' > .
Years of missionary experience lay apostolate, of Regis Col- his farm and moved his family :. .I-...... ... '". ., .. .c- :. ; "'-\ ..... i
lege, in Massachusetts who
arrived -
around the world had con- ( :::'> $.
there.The : "
in 1956. But the "Lambs"soon S'S
: :
vinced them that all children mme brought a new '" ,. .. _" .!:

: could be educated, whatever Last came following after. factor Into the valley: Cath. ... .' .:.,>,' ,\. 54 <,._. ........ :-. .A.'I. -t- k $J ;':t.1i! .. ..- p -"-"" ,. %j 1SI

their environment, and they year, eight Gonzaga olic family life. t. .+.' ,"'" ,.'..,... ..... tI r "'r'...:..._ 4 -. ".:. '""t ,
graduates were teaching in ': "' ":.a. : "It'' ''' ,
4r : : 1It' :
-. ;r A ,
were determined to this In an important this influence > t" ,'
prove way, .. .f
the school. I
: L. ::1- > ;:: ; ;
: &fi Jt
4 ,
again. was as vital to the mission T > ,1
It was a rugged life. In the r !1 : $ \.tifi ,. ,
&V 0 ,'
There were problems. First, effort as the chapel itself. .. .. ..... vi. \;"" ? W.t '
long winters, the temperatureoften .... t
.: t. "! : '
there was no skilled labor These days, the "Lambs" at ,' :,.." :;1. >> v.. v,-",, !: ..... iI." ...\
fell to 30 below zero; in t < : : <- f" ': J
available locally. Who would the short summers, the air was Copper Valley provide a thriv- { .0', tf/fII-- >j .. .,". '-' 'f '
build the school? Also, when ing nucleus of the Faith in i .
thick with flies
and mosquitos.But .; 1It /f r ...
the school was built who Alaska-all because '
it two young ,: 1-
was a rewarding life. ; > '
would teach in It? When the school opened, men once sensed the mission .

I Missionaries were too scarceto 35 local youngsters entered. need there and acted to fill it.

be spared from their the Around the world are other
Today school has over a
spiritual work, and there was hundred students, with 18 valleys with the same need, __ _

and scattered __ .
throughout the _
no money to hire laymen. lay apostles as their teachers. ---- -- .r-- -- 'w2- .P --- -M.-:'

What good would the school be The children have shown Catholic homes of America are ST. JOSEPH: ACADEMY HOLDS 94TII COMMENCEMENT IN ST. AUGUSTINE I

without teachers? themselves to be as bright as the young people who can go -Last Friday nl ht'a Academy, St. Augustine, for sented by Monsignor John James Emmons Banta, fier- __

The problems were tackled children anywhere, thus dispelling and do likewise. class night at St. Joseph 46 seniors. Awards were pre 1*. Burns, pastor of the Cathe aId Paul Sanders Victor Patrick St. Augustine

_. _. ..
> dral. Ronald Mickler Provenza Charles Theo-
one at a time. the old Idea that they S.' gave ,

To get construction workers, lacked the ability to learn. ;: the welcome address and dore McCormick, James" Edward ] -

the Jesuits sent pleas for Grateful to have a school at IIT.1; p9 Phyllis Salvador, the farewell Rlasingame, herbert 1HINKING

volunteers to their colleges last, they are taking full advantage address.! Morgan Gieenleaf.Teachers .

throughout the States. Michael of its opportunities to &ki4 Archbishop Joseph p. Hur
Byrne and Richard Spils were prepare themselves for a better NA Icy presided on Sunday, May Praised ABOUT MORE

two who responded. When place in life. :Thr 26, at the 94th annual com
mencement. Seniors received KILLARNEY: (NO)-A Bishop INSURANCE?

Michigan Law Expanded To an evening diplomas ceremony from him at the in teachers here has in Ireland's said that public the L... AskFRANK -

r Cathedral St. primary schools are a "most
flhirJi of Augustine.The

I Offer More School Bus Rides speaker, before the Solemn important body "of dedicatedmen HOWES

Benediction was given, and women. about

LANSING (NC) Governor George Romney has ---, ...., ur: /"" was Father James F. Gloeklerof Bishop Denis! :Moynihan: of

signed into a law a bill to broaden Michigan's program of Pinellas Park. Kerry, speaking to the 500 del Gulf Life's
Those who received diplo- egates at the Irish national
L tax-paid school bus transportation of parochial and otheri CARDINAL M
private school pupils. OOWEY mas were, from the left, teachers organization's annual ADAPTA.PLAN.-

out a compromise on an front row: Linda Loeffler, congress here, said that teachers -
The Michigan Governor
amendment related to the distance Melvine Desvousges, Ann in the national schools give .
signed on May 23 legislation to
from school a child must Marie Tria)', Janet Wells, children an education which

require public school districts live to be eligible for trans- CLASS ; Joyce Segui, Catherine Lopez, fits them for life. This Gulf life agent can ten
which operate school buses to 12S.S J you how, with Adapt-A-Plan,
portation. Marina Alcala, Pilar Lopez, "I mean an education in its !is
insurance adaptable.
transport nonpublic school your
Present Michigan ;--. t. <- )Q\- -_ -"" "---- _- S.-_ n Linda Ashton. widest sense," the Bishop said, For example a family income
pupils to and from their law requires 1; .. : How 2 Yolande Box Teresa "and if some pupils distinguish plan con also provide substantial
; or: : -
schools. a child live more than 'ri'e' I f. retirement income.
r rlf J I. ', 1J l' I .. Lopez, Signe Bromlrskl, themselves later on in the sec- Give him a call todayl
Under a 1955 law, school one and a half miles from his ,. : ..
f' E: t. ; >oJ< Cecelia Bauer, Patricia Hire, ondary schools, technical
P. O. BOX 548
districts had an option to do It : .... J "'7. S
school to be eligible for bus t. : M .
.:: wi Ala f ''';' <",. .J Michelle Hobldt>aux, Je.uiBujjxe schools and in the universities,' VA 4-2385
t.tvif' -
this and
most did not.
rides. .\'' .. *., ',. Qb :: ; 6t' I ,', + 1&S : Mary Ellen Masteis, it is because of the foundation ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDAIN
An .
estimated 22,000 pUJJ1of The new legislation stipulates : Pilar de Aguilcra, Marian laid in the primary schools."
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nonpublic schools rode tax- S
paid buses under the old law. that nonpublic school ; ::i:,. > ; ; !A .. .: : : ';':: Redmond.'
pupils who live within a mile ..> .. Row 3: Eiarina Suarez, TAMPA---

That number Is expected to and a half of a public school ::... .; ... !Jr. to F' ?: 'I 1Ji' Sherry Monaik, VeronicaKutslpr I ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE
g .
rise to about 42,000 becauseof ": .. 't
"", ;' \:' ,.' ..iI. t. Carol 'oxwOI'th,
may be required by the local .'!' ,' ;<'h!. <' /.,.. .,.., <. .". N HILLSBORO HOTELDIRECTLY
the .
new mandatory legis .
; :
: .. { Deanna Salvador
school district to travel by t ::: \ ;' .. ... } ... .... ,. ..... Hugas, Phyllis -
latlon. -:; d.-$ ._ ,..... ._ <_; _, _
their own means to the public --- -- .wv.- -- "" : "" <"""'-:'+:" '''''''' '' ;::JI!* Cheryl Sansone, Donna ACROSS THE STREET FROM

There are some 350,000 children school and be transported fromit AT SARASOTA'S CARDINAL MOONEY HIGH SCHOOL Guidi, Allen Cannon. SACRED HEART CHURCHSCHOOLS

in Michigan parochial and to the school they attend. Graduation took place at the Church of the Incarnation, Sarasota, on May 30 Row 4: Margaret Harmon,

other private schools, but most at 8 p.m. for the above seniors of Cardinal Mooney High School. From left top row Mary Kay Fumich, Jean Horschel. -
Under the old law only ,
of them are in districts in large
Carol Altman Samuel Ault Brown Yell Bufford, Con-
Dorothy Walker
Mary Margaret Burk-
cities where school bus trans- about 200 of the state's 1GOO
hart, Marilyn Carlson, Vincent Colonesso row 2 Rita Creasser cetta Ursino.
portation is held to be not public school districts operat- ; Preston deVilbiss, -- -
necessary.The ing school buses offered trans Julie de Langis, Keven Flynn, Carol Godde, Pamela Grout, William Hauser; row 3, Row 5: Daniel Joseph

new law passed the portation to children attending Maureen Hearns John Hine, Glenda Kurtnacker, Larry Lorenzo; row 4, Janice McIntosh ler Taylor, Leslie, Ronald Jude Thomas David ,Mick.Jack: SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY

legislature in the final hours parochial and other private Louis Mikos, Patricia Mills, Thomas Mitchell, Richard Moffett, Steven Mork, Anthony 1 Vaccaro Silas SAINT AUGL'STIVH, FLORIDAResident

7 of its session. The senate ap. schools.In Sondra Otto; row 5, George Pickhardt, Sandra Raulerson, Thomas Schifer, Diane Franklin Daih Jr. Academic and and commercial Day N
proved It unanimously, 29 to 0, 1955, the Michigan attor- Scheb, Mary Louise White, Thomas Young, Barbara Zilles. Row 6: Michael Paul CaMo, << Art Dramatics Tennis Suimmin;:

and the house supported it 65 ney general held that trans. For further particulars address: Sister Directress

I to 15. portation of children In non- Sunday Mass Schedule in the DioceseClip

I Final clearance came only public schools did not violate

after house and senate worked the state constitution. I
,I ( and save. This schedule contains the latest information from the_ .narwhpO.._n______,
ANNA MARIA ISLAM. OltKKN cove! 81'KINOS MASAKIKTOWN IAKASOTAinearnation and day school for g'rls.: Grades one to twelve. Fully

--- St. Bernard APOPKAHigh 10 Sacred Heart tJULFPORT 10:10 St. Mary MAYPOKTEt 7, 9, 10:30 Queen of Martyr t::0, 8, 9.30, 11 accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general

School Auditorium 10 Holy Name S, 9:30. 11, 12:30 John ':30 7:30. 9, 1011. ll'JO courses music, art and sports. Conducted oy Sisters of the Holy

BAHERSULLBGood IIAIVES CITY S MELBOURNE St. Martha Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa Florida.
Counsel. HARTOIT 1:20 Transfiguration: 2:10 Lady of Lourdes 8. 9, 10, 11 6:15. 8, 9. 10. 1115. 12-15
HAWTHORNE MONT1CELLO School 8 :15. 10:15
St. Thomas 1:30, 10:30 St. Margaret 12
St. Philip Xerl 10:30 SEMINOLE AREA
(See SEMINOLE AREA) UIO)( SPRINGS Queen of Peace 7:30. !9 I. 10:11 Blessed Sacrament
VA Center 6:15, 8:4K St. Madeleine Sophie Barat I 8, 9:15. 10:15 11:30
NEW 8M1RXA BEACh Resident and day school for girls, on shores' of Iieautifnl
BELLEVIEIT INDIAN BOCKS BE4CII Sacred Heart 7, 9, 10, 11 I'IEST.KF.Y Lake Worth trades one to tnehr. Pullccndited.. New
St. Theresa I St. Jerome 8, 10 St. Rita 10 St Michael 9, 10:30STARKK
BRADEXTOV INTEKLACHEN hulldillJ11 sPorts>, music, art, diamdtlc Directed by

St. Joseph 7. 8. 9:15 10:30. 11:45 Mission I Blessed OCA LA, St. Edward 10 Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog: address: Registrar,
Trinity 7 :10, 11:10
mc $TORC WITh Tnt tOIDA pLA, / 12th Av. Chapel I, I!45 INVPRN7SS 5'S ST. ROSAKIAX ACADEMY, WEST I'A laM: )n.c([
COONIAt. Pt.AZA Lady ot Fatima 1:30. 11:15.J.CKSOS'"ILLE Blessed .
Nativity 8. ':15, 10:30 St Mary | Trinity' :30. 11
BROOKS VILLE: ORLANDO Holy Family 8, 1:30, 11
Assumption 7,8:80,10,11.12 Immaculate 9
St. Anthony 7, 10BIJNNELL Good Shepherd Conception
Blessed Trinity 7, J, 11 St. John 7. 8. 9:=0. 10:45 12
7, 8, :15. 10:30, 12 HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN
St. Stephen. 10:30 Christ the King St Andrew St Jovph 7, 8, '::10, 11
7. 8.30. 10, 11:15. 12:30 Ht Jude 7, S :15, :30. 11, 12:30
nt:S II N ELL 1:10, I, 1:10.11. 12:11
St. Lawrence 930CALLAHAV : Crucifixion S:30 St. Charles St Mary I:15, 8, 9, 10. 11, 12 ANTONIO
Holy Rosary 8. 7, I, 1:30. 11:30 St. Paul
Immaculate Conception 7:30. 8 30. ':30, 11, 12 Conducted l))" the Benedictine Sisters!
Our Lady of Consolation I U st. James 6, 7, 9, 6:20. 7:30. 9. 10:30.: 11-45
8. 10. 11. 12
<30, 8-30, 10, 12.10 Resident'
CAMP SAX PEDRO St. John Vlanney St. Raphael 7,8.30.10,11.30 and day school for girls Grades nine through:
Most Holy Redeem.rNormandy
Howell Rd. 8 School 8. 10 7. 8, ,. 10. 11:15, 1%:30 Transfiguration twelve Academic and commercial courses! and private
7-30. 9. 10:15, 11:30
CXOBEACH McCoy Air Base 8,
Holy Name I. 11:11 Our Paxon Lady ot Angels (. '7, 9.. 11 Orlando Air Base 10, 12:30 TU.LAIMMEE classes In the fine arts are offered Extensive: campus with
High :JiJ
Clft'LUOTASportsmtn's ResurrectionS 7:30. 9:30, 12.30 Blessed. Sacrament private lake in a healthful location provides opportunityfor
Club TllOCLtiARWATER .' ORMO.Xn BEACH 7. t, 1030. 11:30
LIIJ isher Aud. 1:U. 10:30. 12 all frpotts
Sacred Heart 8, 10, llli St. Brendan 7 30. 9. 1030.: 12 Student Center 10, 11:%0
St. Cecelia 6. 7. 8. 1:30, 11, KU St. :Matthew r.ALATKA St. Eugene 9:30 }.'(;[.ACCREDITED: :

CLERMOXT 7. 8.30. 130. 1030. 11:30St. St. Monica 7, 10:45 TAMPA For further information addicts'
Blessed Sacrament 8. 10COCOA Patrick 6. 8, 10:30St. PALM BAT Blended Sacrament 3.30, 11.39 SISTER REGISTRAR
BBACHOur St. Joseph I,
Paul 7. 8:30, 10. 11, 12 10 Christ the King
Saviour 7:30. 8 Mi, 11TONWAT St. Pius T, '. 11 PALMETTO 6:30, 7:45. '. 10:15. 11:20. 12:30
School San Jose 7. ':10. IiJk1ONtlLLr. Holy Crocs I. 1:30 Epiphany .:10, 8, 10, llliO
Auditorium 9 ill PERRY
nF.Cllst. Good Shepherd 10
CKESCE CITY Paul 1, 11:30KF.'STO Immaculate Conception I
:30. 19. Holy Name I, 10
(E HEIGHTS Most Holy Redeemer
CROSS CITY Sacred Heart
St. William 8:30KISMMMKK 7. a:20. 10, 11:15. 1%:30
Air Force Base 10CR18TAL C30. 8:30. 9:30. 10:30, 12:30 Chapel 9

RIVER Holy Redeemer 7:10, 9:30. 11 I'LAXT CITY Perpetual Help '7. 8. I. 10. 11Sacred
f, ,
St. Benedict :10 St. Clement I ':11. 10:30

DADE CITY KORO A PORT ORA.NOC I.Heart.:. S. 3. 10. 11::0, lhSt.
1:10 in Boca Raton Florida
St. Rita 1:30. 1, 10. 11 Epiphany I. 10, 11:10 ,
Joseph 7.8,9.10:11.11:30
Ridge Manor 7:30 PORT TAMPA
DAYTONA' BEACHOur Epiphany T. 10 St. Ignatius IQUI St. Lawrence
7. 8, t. 10. 11:tS. 1:::0
Lady of Lourdes LAKELANDSt CT
..JO, 3. 1:13, 10:10. 11:15, llill Joseph 7, I, I, 10. 11. 11 St. Thomas I w. Hillsboroush 9:30, 11:3t MARYMOUNT COLLEGE
St. Patrick 6:45. 8:30, 10, 11:10
St. Paul 7, I, I, 10. 11, 12 Resurrection 8.30. KUCKLEIIGK
St. Peter Claver 7. 9
DE RAllY LAKE MARYNatlvIt7 St. Mary 7:30. 9. 11:10 '
DELANOSt LAKE WALES !It. Ann t. 10tS9 St. Ignatius '. 10 11:30
Peter .:30, I, 19DUNEDIX Holy Spirit 7, I, I1U AT. AtCUSTlXfc: TEMPLE TERRACE

( Our Lady of Lourdes 7, 130,. 10 Sacred HeartLAND I.AXARK 11110 Cathedral I. 7:30, 9. 10:30. 11:%0 Corpus Christ TITUSIILLESt 7. 9. 11 Medical S! ecre t. 1
O. LAKES St. Agnes I
EAU CALL1K Lady of Rosary I, 1 Teresa 1:20, 9. lltSOtXIOV Legal }
1K Ascension 8. 10. 11111 ST. CLOUD PARK ScienceS
J ZLKTOX St. Patrick 730. 9. lOtSO. It St Thomas ,:20. 11 Dean Rd. School 8:4i
St. Ambrose 1. 10:30 (See SEMINOLE AREA) ST. JOSEPH VENICE Engineering j _
I I IS A FAMILY AFFAIR... K.NGLEVTOOD LLEJULKO: Sacred Heart 1:20. .:20 Epiphany 7.29. 9, 10:0
St. Raphael I St. Paul '730. !9. 10:30LI'E ST. LEO niVTF.R GARDEN
EL'STIS OAK Abbey Church 6:30, 9230SAIETY : City Auditorium 10
CENTRAL FLORIDA'S FINEST St. Mary 7:30. 9. 11 St. Francis Xavier StS9 HARIlOtt WINTER HAVEN
Espiritu Santo with Liberal Arts
LOU TTO a background
St. Joseph 7:30. 9, 11
St. Joseph 8. IBMAIUMlf Public School A uc!. ISAN
St. Mkhael 7:30,11:30:: UIVTFR PARK
Coed&e4 b, It. P.fI3s
DEPARTMENT STORE r..\I N ES\"1I,1.1 St. Vincent 10 St. Anthony 7::0. 9i308ANFOHD St. Margaret Mary 91 Ve $isd hurt
St. Patrick 8. 7:30. 9, 10 ISO. It MAITI.AXn C. 1:U. "., 10 iU, 11 tl5, 12:15 civary
Catholic Student St. Mary Magdalen All Souls I:1i, Slit 10. 111:0 ZCril\KIULL3 S .. .t
CenterS .:h, 11 7, 8:30,. 1C, 11 Naval Air Station 10.30, 12 St. oaepb I, It ., .....,............"

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Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 31, 1963

Painting Lost in FireRecalled y F

at Cathedral

By Father Michael V. Gannon .' : v ,
Director, Mission of Xombre De Dios, St. AugustineST. '. : '. : 9.:

AUGUSTINE The ing, at ten cents (U.S.) each; "With Religion came to

great fire of 1887 which de- Bishop Verot's portrait; and 14 our shores Civilisation (sic), ,. '

stroyed all but the side walls "large" stations of the Cross. Arts, Sciences and Industry. :. ,, --
The painting of the First 'I'irtis profitable to all r
and facade of this city's famous .. ." '
Mass!' was of considerablesize things, having promise of .- :'
Cathedral of St. # '"" : .. 4S-P" ; ; : .
; approximately eight by the life that now ic, and of .' ,
Augustine also consumed an ... '"
10 feet. Sometime after the that which is to come ( I : < ..
unusual painting of the First tS "'
Bishop's death it .
!' was hungon Tim 4:8). Augustin Verot
Mass offered here, September the interior east wall of (signature), Bishop of S. .. !'W :<.< .. -;

8, 1565. the Cathedral Church over Augustine; -

The painting hung over the the east doorway.In In the lower right hand corner -

east door of the original ( the original Spanish of the painting the artist r. s ,

Spanish church, and was the building doorways opened out wrote: "RevL..' M. Lambert

work of a French Priest, Father through the wall areas now oc- pinted (sic)."

] Louis M. Lambert.It cupied by confessionals). The painting hung in the

depicted Father Lopez The painting quickly becamean Cathedral until 1887. On April
i de Mendoza Grajales, first!' object of great interest.
i 12 of that year, at three o'clockin
i Pastor of St. Augustine; as
Pictures Extant the morning, fire broke out
I he elevated the Sacred Host Early
in the laundry of the St.
Rare photographs show the
1\\ during the First Mass! at St. Hotel frame
a large
i,iJ) Augustine's founding site, interior of the original church building that stood directly to If 7t k
Xombre prior to 1887 with the paintingin
De Dlos.mrrica's: The {
the east of the CathedraL
I oldest mission place on the east wall. One
!' Xomhre De
Dios celebrates its 400th Anniversary : of the photoengravings executed flames spread rapidly throughthe : $ E 31 _.L Y
block ,
j by Father Lambert is also surrounding two-
196LThe Almost from the start
lost extant, preserved in the
painting was commissioned
fire was licking up the east
Nombre De archives, and
by Bishop Augustin wall of the Cathedral.
shows in clear detail the
per- v
Verot First Bishop of St.
sons and objects in the paint Within an hour the old
Augustine, 18701876.
Spanish church was a towerof

French Artist EngagedThe ing.Father Lopez Is depicted elevating flames. When sunrise came

history of the painting the Sacred Host at the only the blackened facade and

begins in 1873. In that year Consecration. An adult server gutted walls were still stand- .

Bishop Verot reconstructed the rings the belL The rather or- ing. J t

original chapel that once nate altar is decorated with Inside, everything was a

stood on the historic groundsof what appear to be ferns. Wine ruin. And where an unusual

Nombre De Dios. (Earlier and water cruets rest on top of and interesting painting once

chapels had been destroyed by a military drum. hung, the visitor could see only
war or storm.) In the courseof To the right of the altarknet'l the scarred outline of a frame. .
the work, the French-born Pedro Menendcz deAviles PAINTING OF FIRST MASS IN AMERICA'S FIRST CITY II
.--,-. -- "Th, Fi Iii .,... Ita-A-,.
deg' --- t 11 1 1 h of
Bishop: ; eloped a keen interest leader of the 1)6; ;3 ex "; 1s ace n men op Allgnetine "n"
in the history of the First pedition. He holds a large lea's First Cit)'.** This painting 187G. It was painted by a ,

Mass offered at that ancient banner of Castile and Leon, was commissioned by French Priest-artist' Father

site. He did research in the and looks out toward the Bishop Augustin Verot, first I/ouis<< M. Lambert and was

pertinent documents, particu- land he has come to settle. hung in the Cathedral of St.

larly in the memoirs of Father Behind him a soldier raises Gets Papal Honor Augustine!' during, the year!

Lopez.In high a banner of the Blessed 1876-1887. In 1887 it was destroyed
.... ,.... non (XC) Italian President !
Bishop Verot sailedto Virgin (the Mass was of the .:;-.A" by fire. This photograph -
Europe. While in Paris he Feast of the Nativity of the : : :. Antonio Segni has re- is from an old glassnegative
described the First Mass to ceived the highest papal honor, apparently made
Blessed Virgin). '
... ., _.
'a-4i.i1.++d.4wv. 4N S4 9 the Supreme Order of Christ,
Father Lambert, chaplain to Soldiers in uniform domin- from the original oil paint
the Deaf and Dumb Institutionof ate the scene to left and rightof : at the Quirinal Palace here, ing.A. .

Paris, and an artist of some the altar. In the backgroundone .4 } f_ the official residence of Italian
modest repute. soldier holds a banner I t g-i presidents.
i i,1 Carlo G
Father Lambert agreed to reading: "So Augustine (the *' Archbishop ran o, r4tg )dmal csau
apostolic nuncio to Italy,
the First Mass presented
paint !' scene, English spelling), ora pro l-
Verot it.At the award the day be- II. Crmlr-Kondal L. Bennett
as Bishop imagined nobis. At the far left Indians
rail fore President: Segni was to Ambulance Service
the same time he agreedto with bows and arrows and
visit Vatican City to see the VA 4-1673
paint a portrait of the spears look curiously on the
himself. uflhl Balzan Peace Prize presentedto ST. AUGUSTINEME.M.ORIAL
Bishop! scene. + a.d jlr' t
The completed First Mass Pope John XXIII. Arch-
Prelate Liked ThemeIn Ij bishop Grano visited the Quiri
painting was shipped to Bishop .
Verot in 1876. It is not known the lower right corner the : 1Jt 'ri nal almost a year ago to pre

if the painting arrived in St. artist painted symbols of the { sent the President::; with the

Augustine in time for the civilization brought to Florida I j second highest papal honor,

Bishop to see it before his by Menendez and his men: a :< ,;, E the Order of the Golden Spur. 1

death on June 10 of that year. printing press; a staff entwinedby 4i J .4 .
The commission fee was serpents (symbolizing medi- .! .:i ; I :

paid on the following October cine); a world globe and books; ; BEACH MEMORIAL

10 by Father Peter Dufau,.exe- a harp and a painter's palette; a i.e 1: ,,'. CHAPEL -
cutor of the Bishop's estate. a scythe, a sickle, and a spade; M. FrterBlMirr Brach IQO-3377: Mornord A.OWJtIQ.fta... Rill

The invoice read: "A large various vegetables and grains; ; 1 :[i"I: "I SEMINOLE BEACH 649 2nd Ave.- -So. -Ph. 862-6503-

picture representing the First and an anchor. .... MEMORIAL CHAPELSt.
rlrr; r
Y .
Mass celebrated in St. Augus- The union of religion and .m___ ____H__ 00 ______.____ _.__ ___.___ __ _.'mmn__. __ ___ .} I'etrrkburr :'1.9907 ST. PETERSBURG
tine, Fla. 450 francs." The civilization was a favorite PRE-FIRE CATHEDRAL OF ST. AUGUSTINE SOMETIME AFTER 1870

dollar equivalent at the time i theme of Bishop Verot, who This rare photograph of the interior the Cathedralof doorways were changed to confessionals. In the 1880s, a

was 9100. instructed the Priest-artist to St. Augustine in Florida shows how the church looked statue of St. Augustine was above the main altar, with "

Together with the painting; print the following legend reproduc-on prior to the fire of 1887. Father Lambert's painting of statues of SL Ambrose (left) and St. Aloysius (right). rtISl iiifC
Father Lambert shipped 500 I I the photoengraved
photoengravings of the paint tions: the First Mass in the Oldest City hung (right) above Side altars faced each other in the upper nave. The orig-

the east doorway. In the restoration after the fire, side inal picture is in the St. Augustine Historical Society. FUNERAL DIRECTORS

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For World's Fair
NEW YORK (XC)-The Vatican -

Haigh-Black Funeral Home Pavilion at the 19&J New laid t+a i I Ig
York World's Fair, in additionto ar= Z

Michelangelo's Pieta, will _.1 l : o
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that so many "fabu ous"exhibits ... ., ,
JOHN B. GORMLEY have been offered for view of the original interior of the Cathedral of St. Augustine in Florida is de-

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Diplomas Awarded to Seniors of Father Lopez High School in Daytona Beachdent II

Father Lopez High School, of Melbourne Central first row: Anne Goldkamp, tricia Nugent, Tanya Wolff, Richard DeVore, Timothy dell, Cynthia Smith, Barhara abo, Michael McCarthy, MIchael -
Daytona Beach, held, on May Catholic High School, delivered Rita Lunsford, Judy Lambert Madeleen Reilly, Diana Dunn, Prugh, Robert Peloquin, Vivlenne Varlas, James rhlllip, laid Cable, Gregory Paris
28, its fourth commencement the commencement Marie Tredway, Leslie Marilyn Kemerait, June Cas. Brown, Maryann Lam Beaupre, Carlos Portion, Terrence Howard Krlandson, Martin
exercise, at 8 p.m. at St. Paul address. Gradler, Dorinda Montgomery tenon, Judy Millett, Ann berson, Laurie Tenney, Georgia Hakin, John Jackson. Zimmerman, Michael Cor-
IS FULL Church. Members of the graduatingclass Cheryl Sallee, ConstanceSt. 0 Wollmershauser. Williams, Krysla Small, Third row: Charles LaCour, saro, Ja\'id De:>ereau, Joseph

OF DANDEE MOMS Father Peter Dolan, presi- Mere,, from the left, John, Carla Purser, Pa. Second row: Lloyd. Hall, Claire Julien, Katherine Ma- Joseph Alagood, Frank Dad Hanby, George Barnes
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For "The money is important only to the players," Fred + J 50 Sa. Atlantic. Ormond heath

1 Corcoran, the professional golf association t Opp. Coquina Jlot..1Ifailan

executive said, "to the winner; espy: R.

Health daily: He gets $25,000. But to the spectators and American Food

indeed to people-
: Fun For The Entire
:" : "tS t.everywhere, interest will center in Arnold J Open 5 P.M. 'til I 11 I P.M.
i Palmer. All sudden this man's 0i
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c\ a young
game has betrayed him. Very likely a # :
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[ Usually don't lose their game overnight. S SAN REMORESTAURANT

c Still, some have. Ralph Guldahl was one.

And if it could happen to him it could hap-: .11)4 t,

4.HANSARD'SMUFFLERS pen to anyone." The ancient Scottish obsession offers no SARASOTA J STUDENT WINS AMERICAN LEGION TRIP 1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL

more striking or baffling illustration of soaring brilliance Ann Kumpe (left), winner in Sarasota County of an essay contest sponsored by theAmerican 21357LUCKY'S

quickly turning into dead Sarazen came close Eight Legion, will have a 10-day trip to shrines of patriotism in the country.

SERVICE CENTER asnes of luumy. years later he tied Lawson Lit- Fellow Cardinal Mooney High School pupils with Ann who also won second, third

ALIGNMENT Over a brief, dazzling period tle at 286 only to lose in a play- and runner-up positions in the local contest receive the congratulations of Father

Guldahl rose from the obscur- off. He had regained his old Joseph P. Moran, school president. They are, from left, Linda Jovin, Alice O'Leary,
TUNE-UPS 170 Ridgewood Holly Hill ity of a Hollywood carpenter to form but age had begun to Anne Marie Russell and Barbara Zilles.Martyrs' .
win the Masters, two successive -catch up with him; he had the
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i much the same manner. must have lost golf game."
Francis Cardinal The Archbishop said that
Johnny Farrell beat Bob If Jack Nicklaus is the fine needed
is mainlyin
cooperation LANCELOT AND GUIN-
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make a fast million and was so hints. MARILYN (Fox) LENSES. M EYES
says of the June Reader's Digest ;: worn out he failed to make the

cutoff in '29; an opening-round

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I this little girl. And it will be evident to all Larry Jones of Fort :Myers, state deputy of the Knights of Columbus, recently QUOTATIONS CALL US TODAYCL
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presented Squire year
who read the inspiring story of her two- :, 2-5951 CL 3-2255 830 No. Ridgewood
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battle with leukemia that what
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tained her, what gave her the strength to *

help others (even while she herself was khoMi Path Population Note ;

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. Bishop Moore High School Graduates, 1963, before St. James Church, OrlandoArchbishop .

Joseph<< P. llur- uating: class! of Bishop! Moore OTarroll presented: the gradley the class are from left, first son, James Petty, Jose Costa' Fourth Row. John Loughran V a n g h n Medcalf: PeterSchuar -

.presented<< ho diplomas. to High School, Orlando, on Hate for diplomas! in St. row: Xena Itunyon, Kath. JI C'ha..1"nodl'ock, Thomas Frank Vanatta, Joseph /. .1 e r o Ill.. Caruso, ORLANDO

these: members of the grailMay: 29. Father Patrick J. James Church Members of arise Dillon, Penelope (Jroo, Berry, Ivo Fernande.John K u nar, Charles Koestline, John Ferrijrno, Michael Maride -

Patricia Earnest! CretchenHeidbrink .)..qu's, Harry Schwab Cear Michael Riffe, Michael Mahoney Kduard: Bardoe, Eugenio : WINTER PARK

John C. O'Brien Sandra Niel .>n, l'rado. James Hallock, Foli//i, James \un-ey,

Sheryl Eagle I Mary Catherine Gregg Carpenter, Kdniundo
"': J. Heidrich
Walters, Diane Haltinlary '''' Perez, James l u"I'n'r.n.

NewVisionNeededto Hall Arms Race Jane McCormiek, Linn Pool, 4 thon11'ise, Albert .McDon & Sons

Barbara Pignone, Michelle aid, William Dumas. Crowrr' and sppr' | |

recent breakdown of negotiations between the United States and the Soviet Koman, Kathleen Sheahan, y Fifth Row. Austin Caruso, Of }'""<.;.. Fruit and \'I'If"tab1.

THE Mary Ann Lau, Virginia Philip Battagli.i, John Jansen II \%K.:.: IIKVMI I'KOntCTS:
for a test-ban treaty came as a rude shock to the administration because the
Smith, Patricia Carlson, Jacqueline Timothy Johnston' Rol
disarmament experts had convinced themselves that after five year's of disappointments -
Paquette, Mary Beth ert loff, JamesSimpson. ,
tney were about to H
arms race Mould be disastrous stalemate will be restored. Billet PI', Karin Economon, Robert Richardson, Gary Complete Test!' Control

succeed. and might lead to a Neither side, as secretary of Cher Ilartman, Susan ., t t Ryan, John Burgan, MichaelMcXamara LEWISCOBSEXTERMINATING

I This, of course, Is not the A\ar of extinction.One defense Robert S. :McNamaratold Dunn, Carol Gonyo, Katherine James Kutcher: CO. t
first time the American i
experts of the American assumptions congress early this year, Rtirgan, Diana Ryan, Frank Pals itch| | Daniel Cacciatore Incorporated 19 461Sa
have deluded
was that the Soviet can long maintain an advan- Noreen Farrell, Patricia ,. ( Robert McKenna, Wllfrrd Dr.-P.O. no[ Z14ROrUnila
believing that at long last Union was anxious to end the tage over the other. Lenxi. William. ))a h'II! Patrick 241-310
the r
Soviet race because it sorely needed So, it was argued, the only Second Row. Mary: Elizabeth ; Cjrmanick.

nion had the money it was spending on result of a continued arms race Horton, Carolyn Tucker, Absent. from picture :

seen And the it light. i it for economic development.The will be a progressively larger Margaret Cornwell, Tina Rau- Patricia Heidrich, KduardNeideit. Gary's Duck Inn

may Russian people, it was diversion of the wealth of both man, Eileen: Ingaldi, Theresa .
suggested, had had a taste of nations to armaments and a Stott, Rosemary Heed, Meredith ( -
last the
: : for
some of the comforts of life progressive deterioration of
Carr, Emoke: Papp, Mona ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE
experts persist and would demand that the the living standards of their Itadigan, Rita firms, Veronica w NCWC Education
i n believing Phone GA 4-4531
government give them more- people. )Morris Carolynin,
that what 3974 So. Or. BI. Trail
Sow It be.iclC'nt
more butter, less guns. Paula Ca.zzllIi on Costel1 -
corns perfectly Another assumption was to any sane person that the <>, Ann Barry, Maureen( Carpenter Official/ to Speak
obvious to
that It must be clear to the Americaniev is the correct Marjorie llouff, Patricia -

them must be Russians that neither the McCormick, Diane At Barry College BARNES
ious one.When
equally o v -
United States nor the Soviet both the United States Arthur, John McCauley, JUt.\I"Elnxn
Russians. There has
to the Union could achieve a sus- and the Soviet Union already John (;oullt"n, Michael Shr..... s M IA 31 Consignor:: Fred- FLOOR COVERING: Inc.
existed in the
government tained superiority of armed have enough nuclear power to Third CharlotteKroell SCHOLASTIC. PRESS AWARD crick G. Hochwalt, director of FRKK ESTIMATES:
the past two a well- Row,
years force that would enable it to wipe each other out, it is sheer Sister Clare Therese O.S.F. advisor of the "Paul- Education of
staffed agency of experts, Louise Campbell( Col. Department 20<>/8 \ (Orange Ave, Orlando
known as the arms control and win a nuclear war. madness to go on developingmore Jins Arnold, dale Ilergenroether letter," recently accepted the Miami Herald Scholastic the National Catholic Welfare fiAiden :541187Advertisers

disarmament agency, which In the American view and more destructive Judy :Marcinak, :Mary Press Award from Stephanie Hlas, editor. The trophy Conference in Washington,

devotes full time to studyingthe whenever one side develops a weapons. Ann Kreikemeier, Sheila marks St. Paul High School's newspaper in St. Peters- D.C., will address the commencement -
more destructive weapon than But, apparently, the Russians appreciate It
disarmament problem. )Iala han, Jacqueline Frieke, burg as most outstanding in Florida for schools of its audience at Barry
have other ideas. It
any in its ,arsenal the other College on June 5 at 8 when you mention
This agency was supposed to will catch, up. ajid 'jlh'ee 1: po'w r :'would seem that they do not Barbara Ellis, Pamela Pier- size. Among the graduates who TUB }'I.OHIU.C.TJlOI.IC
develop a new approach to disarmament
feel they have achieved parity Father John A. O'BrienMinister's will receive degrees from Bish-
the belief
that previous approaches had To Assist NCWC with the United States or that that I NewBooks I op Patrick Shanley O.C.D., titular -
they can a superiority
Bishop Sophene, Mesopotamia
failed because they had not FALL RIVER: (NO)-Father would permit them to deal a Search for Real This l!.t of Catholic rookk. rrlra..- and
been thoroughly prepared Clark, assistant l the Library
James A. pas- crippling blow without suffer- WHH prepared by -
based of the (allielic : of Eaglelake, B.A. degree, magna FACTORY DEALER
been CnIaerllty
had shifting
upon tor at St. Mary's church, New
ing one in return.
Leads PriesthoodDID laude :Miss
Unity to cum ; Judy Gayzik,
assumptions.As Bedford, hail; been appointed an The soviet defense experts ADAMS, Henry. Mont-Saint Orlando, B.S. degree in nursingcum SAVE ON YOUR

recently as early last assistant director of the Latin talk continually about developing Michel and Chal'h'"s. ,<(Collier laude; Miss Katherine Patricia NEW CAR DEAL

month the agency's experts America bureau, National a defensive weapon that you ever hear of a Protestant minister becoming not Books. 93: cents. paper; ). Re- Morrissey, St. Petersburg,
Catholic Welfare Conference, a convert but also a Priest, and being permittedto with introduction Ph. 6563f'11V' <
had 'convinced themselvGfahat would nullify any attempt by print new by B.A.; and Miss :Mary: Helen
the United States had arrived it was announced' here by the United States to retaliate. continue his conjugal life with his wife, who also be- Lewis Mumford. Giunta, Tampa B.S. IIwy. 50

at a formula for a test-ban Bishop James E. Connolly of And the soviet leaders have always came a convert? Not often, for there have been few such BUCHHEIMER, N A 0 M I. Winter Garden
Monsignor William Barry ;lfi"
treaty so close to the views of Fall River.The considered themselvesless cases in modern times. Let' Go Down the Mississippi i Member t.
P.A., a founder of the college
the USSR that there was good 33-year-old native of New vulnerable to nuclear des- The first one to achieve this Reformers when they broke with IjaSalle. (Putnam. S1.93)); ). St. Charles
administered the Adrian
reason to believe it would be Bedford is an alumnus of Prov- truction than the United States unusual distinction is Father the unity of Christendomand Pictorial narrative for the early by Parish
Dominican Sisters, will celebrate -
accepted.The idence College and St. John's because their country is: con- Rudolf Goethe, a former tore so many from the grades.
the baccalaureate Massat
basis for the optimism Seminary, Brighton, Massachu siderably less urban.A Lutheran minister and now a historic Mother Church. CASTELOT, JOHN J., Meet<<
11 June 2. The
setts. He was ordained in 1933; continued arms rare Priest of the :My: wife, the former Count The Bible: New Testament. ser-
apparently, Was the will be :Monsignor : -
mon given by PENCRAFTERSOF
and has been active in diocesan may not, however, prove as Mainz diocese less Bulow von Dennewitz, (Helicon. $1.93); ). Third and

belief that it had become as work on behalf of lay mission- disastrous as it has been i n Germany.He ya. 'n'.Ya shared my interest in the Cath- final volume of his I Introduction Michael J. Beerhalter. ORLANDO

ol\inus to the Soviets as it aries. He will, take over his painted. tells the olic Faith and we both prayed To The Whip to the United Slates new duties Washington in For, as the weapons of des whole story in"We fervently to the Holy Spirit for GUSHING, RICHARD CAR Authorized I : Fountain Factory Pen Sales, Mechanical L.' Service -
that a continuation of the June. truction become increasingly Are NowCatholics guidance. She preceded me into DINAL. Saint Patrick. and The Sanford Sewing Center Pencils. Ballpoint Refills. Books. r

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Resident and day school for girls- grades one through six. placency by assurances that _land__n.,. and_ __ _it_I gravity shifted from the mere- of The Blessed<< Sacrament.

Extensive grounds in a hilly and picturesque region. Large swimming the existence of the two nu- makes interesting reading. "I ly personal to the objective, so (Sentinel. S3.93)); ). Popular illus

pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music art clear arsenals makes war "un- was horn," he relates, "in I gained a deeper understanding trated biography of St. Peter
dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint THOMSON & McKINNONIN
thinkable may rouse them- Geisenheim of devout Lutheran of the objectivity of sacra- Julian Eymard.
Joseph. For further Information apply to: Sister Directress
selves and demand that their parents. Grace was regularly mental action.I HORGAN, PAUL. Conquista-
Saint Joseph Academy Jensen Beach. rulers halt the headlong march said at meals. :My: first felt the gate of heaven itself dons in Xna.thm'f" ('an His- ORLANDO SINCE 1924

down the road to destruction.No parish: was the little market opening wider above me tory. (Farrar, Straus. $3.30); : ). Member New York Stock Exchange

progress toward disarm- town of Worrstadt in the as God's holy Mother and all Popular historical survey of

ament seems possible: until middle of Rhenish Hesse. I the angels and saints became two centuries of Spanish ex and other principal exchanges

.1 III there is a major change in the plunged wholeheartedly into genuinely real to me as fellow ploration.
Florida'sCatholic I .;: thinking of the people. the work of the pastoral min- combatants and allies of the LOVASIK LAWRENCE G.,

1 PI istry. Church militant here below. I 31Beloved Son. (Macmillan.

; : !i Renewal is Topic 'In December, 1916, the war perceived the marvelous unity $oj.rork! ) of spiritualitybased

took me for two years to the of the Catholic Church, which : on Gospel texts.

College lit For Radio Series western front as a military distinguished her from all theChurches :MARIE-ANDRE: du SACRE- WATKi.S
: COEUR SISTER. The HouseStands
founded men.I ,
l by
XE\V YORK, May 23: (XC)- chaplain, where I saw suffering
Finn. (Bruce. $4)). Mis
Talks on three different aspectsof bloodied and death onevery was deeply mined by theprofound
: of renewal going on 1 nth e side," he said, and continued reverence of holy sionary's account of family life PAINT WALL PAPER
inPp.t Africa.
L 1\:,\ Church today will be presentedon his narration by recall- Priests at the altar. Thihrlll..d McKENNA, MARIAN, Concise ORLANDO WINTER'PARK
: the first three Sundays of ing: me to take the last
1\1:1\" My interest in Catholicismwas Faith belief in the Hituror Catholicism.
i DistinctionFor June on the "Catholic Hour" step o[ :
,;\ radio program. kindled by reading thelives reality of the substantial Littlefield Adams. $1.95. pa- ORANGE COUNTY

Iii Individual follow ] of Saint Therese of change in the Holy Eucharist : per). Popular survey.

1'1,'I programs Lisieux, Saint Bridget of at the Consecration of the POLLA MADELEINE:: A., t; _. BERG VAULT Co.
Men and Women : City of The Golden House. .
:1\:\ Young Iii -June 2, "Renewal in Teaching Sweden and the great Saint Mass. (Doubleday. S2.93)! ; ). Historical k SINCE 1946 -AIR SEALED
and Preaching the Word of Teresa of Avila. That interestwas In April, 1950, I journeyedto REINFORCED CONCRETE
II1II novels for children 10 to 14 of
I' ;
God,".Father Gerard S. Sloyan, deepened by reading :Mainz where Father zu
the first centuries of Christian BURIAL VAULTSWHEN
I :. of the department of Guardini's beautiful book Lowenstein received me into
WRITE I II II'il!I education Catholic '"The Lord," and Karl Adam's the Church and Bishop Stohr ity.
Ii University of America, Wash remarkable work, "The Spiritof gave; me my first Holy Com
I Catholicism. munion. The Remarkable Cure Of Ars. To Be Sure-REQUEST IT
I ington. S3.95). Popular life
I i i i DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS Iii IiiiJ I -June 9, "Renewal Through I had a long and delightfulvisit I continued my studies and of St. John Mary Vianney. AL MUSZYNSKI JR.. Owner- Member St. James

I a Living Liturgy," John B. with Count Preysing, the was ordained by Bishop Stohron

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Donald Thorman of the Spirit- great book on the Reformationin The Holy Father's authorization -

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Vatican. Statement Tells 'Will Care for You as Long- as I Live,'

--I Of Holv. Father's Illness m-- y; ) Pontiff Tells Poles in RecordingVATICAN

: CITY (NC-Pope) John XXm has broadcast a promise to Poland to
(Continued from Pace One) anniversary of the Marian before and after the doctors' effort We have life to Insure that there will always be solicitude
I tiff's failure. to appear at his shrine of Capo Croce. visit. __f' iT- "spare no as" long as

window that the Vatican press Archbishop Angelo Dell'Ac- The latest bulletin published, -I and care for you. you workers who have gone In as long as! We hate life to
office issued a special com qua, the substitute secretaryfor by L'Osservatore Romano referred -I'M'J ; The 'Pope's voice went out such great numbers to the ensure that there will alwaysbe

munique concerning the gravity ordinary affairs in the sec to both the Cardinal'sand -I-IL over Vatican Radio on May 26. Marian shrine of Piekary," the solicitude and care for

of his illness. retariat of state told newsmen the doctors' visits. It said His speech, in Latin had been Pope said. "Our heart is with yon.
Despite obvious! concern that if the Pope's conditionhad in part: ". : :,:. t -- recorded several weeks pre you. Trust in the love of the
the atmosphere at the Vat w :..: viously. It was followed Immediately -
been really dramatichadthe : "
"The Pope's day was spent In \ ,"" : With the eyes of the soul, Church and entrust yourselvesto
ican remained calm. \ JV by a Polish transla.
Pope been at death's door ,, -
rest and in humble and serene I We admire your great multi her with peace of heart,
On Sunday morning the -Cardinal Cicognani would recollection in conformity with 1L- tion.The tudes, made up of strong and certain that her thoughts are
papal secretary of state, Amleto not have gone to Frascati but the will of God. occasion of the speechwas honest men who are rich in of and not of
Cardinal Cicognani, visited would have remained In Rome.. .flA a pilgrimage to the shrineof faith and their spiritual thoughts peace
preserve "
"Those attending him notedan tribulation, the Pontiff said.
Our Lady of Plekary in the
Pope John for 45 minutes. Laterin The Cardinal on his return f I---- life intact as a precious
the day he drove to suburban from Frascati was invited backto edifying effusion of peace lPp % diocese of Katowice. Most of heritage. We feel that 0 u r
and of trust which radiates
Frascati, of which he is titular the Pope's apartment to fill the more than 100,000 pilgrimswho joyous spirit embraces all of

Cardinal Bishop, to officiate at him in on details of the anniversary from the august person, desi- took part in this 'earlypIlgrimage' you with particular affection... ORLANDO
of the closest union with
rous were workers, since
ceremonies marking the 350th celebration. Pope John
was understood to have been God and of offering every sac __ the locale, Upper Silesla, is a "You know how much We WINTER PARK

Pastoral for Ecuador very much moved to hear of rifice for the Church and for highly' industrialized area. and the Church have tat

QUITO (XC) -Ecuador's the applause and cheers in his all his children." '<' This year's pilgrimage was heart to defend your rights, to PAQUETTE MOTORS

Bishops have called for land honor on the part of the peoplein Unable to offer Mass himself a collective tribute to Pope improve your conditions of AUTHORIZED DC,\LER

reform and the cultivation of Frascati. the Pope was given Holy LT.w:: John. life and to inculcate accordingto Hawk English Ford Lark
unused lands to help solve Cardinal Cicognani again I Communion. Despite rumorsto The pilgrims prayed for the the, precepts of the Gospel, Studebaker Tars TmckaUed

Ecuador's economic problems.A visited the Pope on Monday the contrary published in Pope's intentions, especially for those things which pertain to Cor. Church a 8. Or. Blim. Tr.

Joint pastoral letter, morning to discuss pressing some Italian papers, it was the success of the Second Vat. your welfare and that of your GA 3-1653

signed by Carlos Maria Cardi- business. About noon on Mon. learned that this was as a POPE JOHN AT MID-3IAY AUDIENCEOn ican Council. families...
nal de la Torre, Archbishop of day, Dr. Gasbarrini too calledon normal spiritual comfort, not "Our words are directed to "We shall spare no effort'At

) Quito, three Archbishops, 12 the Pope. He remained in as the Viaticum of the dying. Monday, May 20, Pope John XXIII held an audience -- --

Bishops and six other prelates, the (above) with Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski, Arch
papal apartment for almost Many Vatican offices, especially Consecration of Missionary RAY MEARSJEWELERS
also urged that technical, financial an hour. those dealing with the bishop of Gniezno and Warsaw. One week later, despite

and humanistic train Three physicians were with press and radio, were being obvious concern for the Pope's health, the atmosphereat

ing be made available to the the Pope from 10 a.m. until swamped with telephone Inquiries Vatican City remained calm. Due to acute anemia, Providing Leadership Said deally.Owned SC8AX sad Operated MTKSKT B/
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country's farmers. noon on Tuesday. They are Dr. from all over the world the Holy Father missed giving his usual blessing on Sun- P.
11 Tears la Jewelry Bailnm3N
The Bishops urged that land Gasbarrini, his personal physician about the Pope's health. day to the noontime crowd gathered in St. Peter's Inherent Duty of Bishop

reform be based on the estab- who had been summoned L'Osservatore Romano reported Square. '"

lishment of family farms, the from' his home in Bologna sev that "many telegramsfrom PHILADELPHIA '(NC) -The principal charge given. IMPORTANt" I

cultivation of presently unused eral days earlier; Dr. Mazzoniof sovereigns, heads of state, to every Bishop is providing leadership to the people committed "fHE
lands, and redistribution of Rome, who had remainednear chiefs of government, foreign Pope Consecration Set to his care, Bishop Richard H. Ackerman C.S.SP.,

large estates to m a k e them the papal apartment for ministers" and hundreds of ROME (XC) Bishop-elect of Covington, has declared here at the consecration of 5C's1'LCarat

productive. almost a week and Dr. Pietro other dignitaries TeachingOrder's Thomas Ryan of Clonfert, Ire
; including Bishop Dennis V. Durning C.S.Sp., of Arusha, Tanganyika,
Valdoni, a leading Italian sur-.many Cardinals, and Bishopswere -- land, will be consecrated by East Africa.

geon. flooding into ,the Vatican Work A m let 0 Cardinal Cicognani, "The role of leadership is herd of the flock, not less so do nOPBUYINGAt'

ORLANDO Again Cardinal Cicognani voicing good wishes for the papal secretary of state, June Inherent to the office 0 f the the enemies of God," Bishop clAMONct

WINTER PARK conferred with the Pontiff both Pope. 'VATICAN: CITY (NC) 16 in St Patrick's church here. Bishop" he said, and "of all Ackerman said. "All of them \'

Pope John XXIII has praisedthe Bishop-elect Ryan, who was an the are united in a-desire to destroythe /
symbols of the
Bishop's office -
work of the Brothers of official in the secretariat of flock, and all employ the r #
U. S Officer Murdered By the crozier is the most
|14k. Religious Items the Christian Schools and com state prior to being named a meaningful." same technique of operation:
Sterling Rosaries memorated the 62nd anniversary Bishop, tutored Pope John Strike the shepherd so that 1
"In the ceremony of his con- .*- "
Next to PublK Drive Reds Won Esteem in VietnamBy of the encyclical KcrumN XXIII in'the English language. secration," said Bishop Acker. the sheep might be dispersed." 2.Cufthtg3.Clarify "

:300 Edgewater man, "a Bishop receives many
GRAY'S JEWELRY Father Patrick O'Connor general audiencein ornaments, all symbolic of his Bishop Durning shortly returns -
St. Peter's basilica here.
Church SeenReturning to his diocese of Arusha
high office and of the fulness '
SAIGON, Vietnam (NC-The lepers of ,St. Joseph's'Hospital
The 15
Pope praised on May
and stands with staff in hand 4.Color
of the Priesthood which he en. {
Bensan 28 miles from Lieutenant
Saigon, mourn the work of the followers of
On his hand is the inviting, as Christ invited His
joys. ring
i'r\ DIAPER Parker D. Cramer, young American officer killed by Viet St. John Baptist de la Salle to'remind him of his unique people-"Follow Me!"-the in- 5.Confidence

't SERVICE I Cong communists May 6.- He was one of a group of'' whose feast day it was. relationship to Christ and His vitation will not be accepted in
lIe won the admiration of American advisers attached to The Saint, who founded To China Church. It is also the seal of with enthusiasm. For Bishop your Jeweler

2300 L ROBINSON AYE.rvm the lepers, their chaplain and Vietnamese army units operating the Brothers of the Christian his authority. Durning's flock numbers "only ,; Aw.olthf"

mutts n eunituc urmcrTRClA'ttS the Sisters of Charity, when he in "zone D," a thinly Schools in 1080 at Reims HONG KOXG (NO -Archbishop "Around his neck and on his 3000 souls in an island of pagan tt Hsravhrfd,
wm LASO TMV TtSHJ was stationed near them last France, is the patron of Giuseppe Caprio, apos- tribesmen hundred times that f' \' brillionc
: Fo,,Asv.s"tALT$... 1 ss I COMFORT populated, wooded region breast are the chain and cross a 1
.. SAIIItUY row**STYLED OODORIHO ou fRS DIAU PAILS March. where communists had exercised teachers.In tolic internuncio to China, dedicated which shall ever speak to him number." ((3000 Catholics 1$10000
.nUl lilW auy MAGAZINE Lieutenant Cramer, 26, from the work the Chris a new East Asian seminary 300,000 natives).
: control for 'years. of of the burden of his office. On among .J{ Easy Terms
422.1177 Wantagh, New York, had "The lepers remember him tian Brothers, the Pope said, for Salesians and spoke his feet are sandals to serve as The 26,000 square miles of ..-..i:
volunteered to serve as an adviser optimistically of the Church's the diocese 'are inhabitedby Phone GA 2.3652
v e r y well," Father Victor one sees the characteristicmark a reminder of his duty to walkon new
in Vietnam and had cometo of the f t h return to mainland China. the'ancient tribe known as
Berset C.M., chaplain at St. vitality 0 eChurch's all pathways preaching the
MMttt.MAK utnce INDUSTRY AU" this country last November. Joseph's hospital said. mission of truth.' "1 Afohbishop Caprio said message of peace. Masai, once the terror of all KMEHRSI4

*They were greatly Im.pressed He pointed out their ability'to ''"fhis new house of philosyphy "But of all the symbol of Africa-"proud, aloof, and not

by him and another recpgnize the need to guarantee appears to me like a sym- the Bishop's office, the at all amenable to civilization," .* N. Orange Ave
VWifcrDONUT freedom of education41'bol of the unconquerable crozier is the most meaning. the Bishop said.
e' American officer who assisted -
freedom to keep open the of the Catholic Church to fulfill ful.
at daily Mass here "
.. 44 Varieties Delicious New England means of grace and freedom of her mission of bringing the "It Is the sign of the true
whenever they could and received not live In : Meadow Brook Acres
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'. AT OUR DUNK BAR "During the day they were At the same audience, :pope 'which thwart her activities ship to the people committedto

4 2215 E. COLONIAL DRIVE seen visiting the chapel. The John recalled that Pope Leo all.over the world, in spite his care," the prelate said. DEMETREE BUILDERS

children remember the plentiful -XIII issued the encyclical even of major disasters whichat
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candy," he said. the crozier is a shepherd'sstaff
of estab--
1891 as a means "coming to- region the institutions
FURNITURE "We had a Requiem Mass gether with the workers, of lished by the painstaking efforts and nothing could be

for him here on :May 9. Our giving them light, of giving of many generations and more appropriate for a Bishop, Patio Mart Inc.
10,000 ft. of Display lepers for him and his for he is indeed a shepherd,"
sq. pray them good guidance for a leave in their wake a spectacleof ,
COLONIAL AGE STORETruly sorrowing parents." Christian life." utter ruin and desolation."In Bishop Ackerman said. t : HY. 17-92 TE 8-2018

The Vietnamese soldiers The Pope said that the the wake of the present "Christ made it clear to His FERN PARK

the finest collection Central of Florida Early American Furniture had a high, regard for the Church now has two other persecutionwhich has engulfed first Bishops that they were ENJOY LIFE IN A QUALITY HAMMOCK

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E-Z TERMS -Trade ins called. et MagUtra! and Pacem in Ter- many good Priests will be again he used the term. He hand woven rope hammocks

"A little out of the way but so much less to pay." On May 6, the jeep in which ris, which show that the urgently needed for the work compared the unfaithful shepherd COMPLETE LINE CASUAL FURNITURE

TOWN & COUNTRY FURNITURE Lieutenant Cramer and a Viet. Church is a living Church, livIng .i of spiritual reconstruction.! with the good; He spokeof

namese lieutenant were travel even in difficulties, some- ,*:"Today; marks the openingnot the flocks without a shep-

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About 40 Viet Cong communists But the Church is always Priests who are preparing Bishop Ackerman continued. DINNERS TO GO

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consecrating prelate at the Fish Dinner $1.00 I
lieutenants away as prison Pope closed the audienceby various countries of the Far

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March 19. The 40-year-old(
said. "He was glad he had possibility of complete trust,
the state. come to Vietnam. As a teacherhe he said. Food Congress Holy Ghost missionary served Grow this miniature

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PLAZAEast service to others." ? John Romaniello M.M., .
COLONIAL Moving In your home!
Already, by his example, Florida Hong Kong's "Noodle Priest, "Christ left no doubt In the -
Highway 50 at Bumby Orlando Lieutenant Cramer had done Catholic"TTeTl gladly to forwardThe your new atMreieJ left here by plane for the United minds of the first Apostles .1 : A genuine,miniature,fruit.heaf\e
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Page Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 31, 1963 .

Catholic Justified

High School Seniors UrgedTo : : System

I In Aid Stand : Educator

Put Knowledge Work ; (Ontlnard- from race One) church-related schools is not an

were not available. The recent easy problem to solve, he ad
announcement of the archdi. mitted.

I (Continued from Pace On) said, tells you not to know ence of the "active intelligent, ', ocese of St. Louis could be a "Many questions have been

ments of of antiquity studies that the nature truth, which is hard, but to and dynamically loyal laity" ,,..-: sign of things to come," he raised," he noted. "We hope
may h a v e commit truth whichis "the which
yourself to was apathy comes I1
changed, but not their diffi said.The these questions will be probed
much harder. He said from lack of understand.
: our
Louis has
: St. see stopped deeply, charitably and with the
culty. "She to become that followers Christ 1.g
expects you ing we expansion of its school system best interests of the country at
"To know is one thing to champions and a race of heroes. have the solution of the worldin '
and expects to turn more'than heart. We feel that a solutionto
choose is another," said Father She expects you to become our hands ." !P : g Ii T T 1 an estimated 10,000 children to most of the problems raisedcan
Gannon. "And it is difficult "
a more saints. Each he
one, said must
schools in the next five
public be found which will be
and complex matter to "make a special effort to develop .irr i ip years. It blames lack of funds satisfactory to all concerned."
learn how to choose what is I I his own interior life and :
Daytona Beach p L1 & and lack of teachers.
right than it is to know what is increase his spiritual power,
DAYTONA BEACH-Father HocTmalt said
right. not simply for his own self- Projects Are
Lopez High School'sgraduating the to
; saving taxpayers by
He showed the Kenny seniors sanctification but above all IE
seniors, gatheredwith Catholic schools is "enor
that the Christians saved Rome else for the sanctification ,of
their parents, parish "" mous." He commented that Revised For
the world.
because the Church ,
possessedthe Priests teachers and friendsin r y p r "the $:':>> billion Catholic
deposit "of Divine knowledge '
St. Paul Church, Daytona rr _..LrrrrrrrI schools save taxpayers is, in Council Meet
committed to her by God r r r r-W
Himself. Most important, she Beach, on Tuesday night, t Orlando I effect, a subsidization of local
heard an address by the ORLANDO-Father Vin- public schools by our system. VATICAN CITY (XC)-
possessed Divine Grace, and _
Grace means will, and will does president of the neighboring cent E. Smith, executive editor ." Twelve revised projects ha..ebeen

teach knowledge its own uses." diocesan school, Father of "The Florida Cath- i If public school systems had mailed out ,to the Fathersof

Peter C. Dolan, founder of olic," told the young people to hire teachers for the children the Second Vatican Council,
The flame of Christianitythat :Melbourne Central Catholic graduating from Bishop F rJjr's& now in Catholic schools, the council press office has
"trembled in the souls of
High School. ':Moore High School, at their : he said the cost would be at.
the elect like a faint dawn
Father Dolan told the class commencement on Wednes- least 929018722. press office said recentlythat
said Father Gannon
grew until
it shone like a sun over the that so much depends upon day night at St. James If the entire Catholic system Pope John XXIII examined

whole earth. He continued: their generation. Church, Orlando, just how were to be duplicated he the 12 projects "per-

'Xow and for years to important they were in the added, it WQuld mean buildingat sonally and with great atten.
"In the heat that
of flame
come, our country carries mind of the Church here in least 12,968 schools. "It tion" before they were sent
men developed the to
the great and fearful responsibility Florida. iit&i would mean providing another out.
use their hard-won knowledge -
of leading the world. "You represent a great investment 178,985 classrooms," he said. The 12 projects represent
the the
power to meet
complexities of daily life, We can be strong only if you in love and sacrifice" The National Education Association almost three-quarters of the

and the power to turn interesting are strong." he said citing facts to prove ; recommends 50 professionals work to be submitted to the

periods of history into He cautioned, however, thatit the point. for every 1000 pupils.In council Father for the next

epochs of faith and glory. would be self-deception to He told them they were partof terms of the present Catholic council session which starts

'"The Church added will to believe that towering military 30,000 youth in the Catholic school population, 269,150 September 8.

and to might would somehow frightenthe school system in the Diocese. people would have to be hired A total of 17 projects will be

knowledge purpose world into peace. It is Their education is the full and paid for by local state and submitted. It was previously
existence. She taught the
mere true he said, that we have time labor of love of 66 dioc- &.. w.-v.>,_ federal taxation," he said. estimated that 20 consolidated
scholars of Rome she has
made giant strides in the field esan Priests 486 Sisters and ARCHBISHOP DEDICATES JACKSONVILLE BUILDING Federal aid for education In projects would be consideredat
taught you, to go forth Into
of science. Each day brings 510 lay teachers he said. Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley blessed the church and school of Resurrection par- the second session. No correction -
the world like young Davids Peru Given Aims
with five smooth stones." with it new and well-nigh miraculous ThouKh we are still mission ish, Jacksonville, on :May 26. Welcomed were :Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan V.F. of the titles of projectsto

The Church, Father Gannon scientific discoveries territory and suffer from (right) with :Monsignor James B. Cloonan and other Priests at the ceremony in the I.UI.XCPeru's Bishops be presented has been released -

which, in the words, he said, the shortage of parish parish of Father :Matthew Connolly .(left). have warned this South American yet.

Relic of Martyr Age of Sir Winston Churchill, can Priests," said Father Smith, nation's people that they The press office also reported

be looked upon as "the awful "you are so important to us must all work hard for pro- that members and
TOKYO (XC) An ancient Cardinal Montini Hits Efforts To expertsof
stone lantern standing in prime secrets we have wrested from that over half of our diocesan found political social and economic the secretariat for promoting
nature." Priests teach In our changes or face social
minister Hayato Ikeda's gar Christian Unity met recentlyin
den has been identified as a Father Dolan continued: high schools." Dilute Firm Authority of ChurchMILAN collapse. Rome at the Palace of the

Christian lantern, a relic of the "But the cause of our pessimism Am I really capable, he The Bishops spoke in a recent Knights of the Holy Sepulcher.The .

is not the fact that the asked, of conveying to you as joint pastoral letter In
the Christian full staff of both the
0 f Japan's
age NC-Giovanni Cardinal :Montini in critical of
martyrs of the 17th century. soviet scientists have stolen a you graduate, the feelings of ( a sermon strongly attemptsto which they pointed out that theological commission and the

The lantern stands under a march on ours but in the equally your teachers, parents and dilute ecclesiastical authority" has called for a "deeper, more intense and more active "the present rhythm of social lay apostolate commission also

obvious fact that the communist pastors? Can I summarize on sense of the Church's unity. change in our nation is excessively -
tree at the approach to a miniature the honor of discipline are "What is missing is a sincere met to examine jointly the
materialists have a this occasion the goals of Catholic The Archbishop of Milan observed slow and anemic. It must
artificial slack often and elaboration of
bridge over an and are betrayed, and loyal 'sense of the Church.' study a new
spirit of enthusiasm and of education? Am I capableof that the Catholic Churchis be accelerated in every way
pond. It was identified as an the dutiful and provident function 'What is project on the presence of the
authentic Christian lantern by dedication to their cause whichour telling you how much you working for reunion with of authority is questionedand wanting Is an possible" Church in the world of today,"
two officials of the Christian side cannot even begin to mean to all of us? What a tremendous the "m any and powerful sometimes denied." understanding of the Part of the work everyone the press office said.
of Christians who able and generic principle of
ancient monuments preserva- match. investment of love groups are At another .point in his I the living Church which is must do, the Bishops said, is to The theological commissionwas
'The people of the free you represent? What our hopesare separated from it. He added:
association. went to Ascension with the
sermon together
tion They Thursday its interior beloved take a conscientious and active corn-
world-you and I-must tackle for you? How much we and "It seems to us that we must and declared
see it at the request of Chisato Cardinal Montini said: commission for discipline of
call to unity not only those unity. interest in politics. The Bishops
Onuki, sister of Premier Ikeda's our problems with the same our neighbors need you? "Here and there some people the sacraments and with the
wiCe.JACKSONVILLE. energy enthusiasm and devotion Said Father Smith: who are outside the paternal with ludicrous temerity speakof "Our complaint and our exhortation called on all voters to cast secretariat for promoting

as are displayed by the "The answer to the questionsis home but that we also who 'humble disobedience' to the are addressed to disobedient ballots in the national elections Christian Unity for other

communists of any country. 'No, I cannot.' However, I are Catholics and who have and insolent Cath.
hierarchy as a right and as a scheduled for June 9. studies recently also.
They know what they want can console myself in the the fortune and responsibility1' brilliant discovery of the spirit olics to lukewarm and selfish
of living inside the paternal Catholics, to all of us who must
and are willing to pay the knowledge that you already ual life. The clear and responsible -
price, however high. And so it have the answers. I will be home, must have a deeper, instructions of ecclesias- support with greater cohesiveness \)\.\ 4 I

must be with us." content therefore in the knowledge more intense and more active tical authority are vivisectedto and greater spirit of sac- CATHOLICDIOCESE
RE'D'AWO.O'DSTeu sense of the Church's unity. rifice and of faith the spiritualand ..
Father Dolan pleaded with that as products of Cath- find through sophistry and .00.i

Catholic young people to olic education, you are well "The need and the duty of casuistry the necessary argue social reality of our Cath- ( CAMPING I

move on front the good beginning prepared to take your placesin harmony are weakened and ments for evading their grave olic ommunity's interior ;

they had made toward the world." forgotten, the obligation and meaning. unity.. t/i NO\\'o OF ST. AUGUSTINE

their important role in He told the Moore High .
the School that the
the spread of good news graduates
ekt. 1fttt.DSTEAKS which is the gospel of Jesus world stood in need of such Rev. Fr. H. J. ReasonP.
Christ. men and women. He added: Church around the WorldCoadjutor O. Box 865 Mattland Ra.

root .f Heater St. ?U4u tEL He said that one of the "It is you who must be the GOOD COUNSEL CAMP

4-91J6 greatest obstacles to the emergEA'S'Te"RLtN.G leaven which will penetrate
every segment of our society.It AbbotMANCHESTER Chilean Changes Elderly Greeted Write Rev. Fr. Philip HaUtead!
P. O. Box 13916 Gainesville Ra.
is you who must Christianize New Hampshire VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope

"flARMA'CY the sciences It is: (XC)-Abbot BertrandC. John XXIII: has raised the John XXIII, 81, has sent his

you who must engender in Dolan O.S.B., of the Bene- Chilean diocese of Puerto greetings to the elderly of Italyon

KKI.1AHI.K I'RKSCKII'TIOX SKKVICKI'm : our society a respect for the dictine community at St. An>. :Montt to an archdiocese and the nation's fifth annual

Free rirkup IT, and Coftmrtir.Uf'lIvf'rl'Clear and Camera Luncheon rpartmrnt an
JOSS IJUmllnr nltt!. KV g-0731. 8-0735 motherhood, the dignity of authorized by the Holy See t6 noso to the rank of Archbishop.The The message, sent throughA
fill* J mme. Kd. 771-6903 fatherhood." have a co-adjutor abbot. sees of Osorno San Car- m let 0 Cardinal Cicognani
1>. "It is. you," said Father Abbot Dolan, 76, was electedin los de Ancud and Punta Arenas Papal Secretary of State, gave

Smith, "who must spearheadthe 1927 as the first Abbot of and the vicariate apostolic of the Pope's blessing to "the be-

drive for a great return to St. Anselm Abbey. Since an,.Aysen are suffragans of the loved old people who enjoIn

FOR BETTER GROVES AND CROPS USE patriotism-a patriotism that abbot is named for life he will new archdiocese.The peace of conscience the joys of

not only tells us America is a continue to hold a primacy of Pope has also named duty performed."

Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite great place to live, but also a honor as Abbot of St. Anselm, Monsignor Jose Luis Castro, The message also encouraged A Catholic camp for boys and gSris ages

to die for. but the co-adjutor will assume canon of the metropolitan chap public authorities, institutionsand
great place 7 to 16. 200 37
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the of jurisdiction of del Chile
"It is from your ranks that responsibilities ter Santiago as citizens "to have con-
Captains in the army of Christ in the temporal and spirit-: Bishop of San Felice, Chile., stantly more at heart the Blue Ridge M..nI..... Largo Modom

FROM -Priests and Sisters-must ual affairs of the monasteryand spiritual economic and recrea- pool, movsilain take, tvilfc fill cmmplag

CRYSTAL RIVER QUARRIES INC. come. college. A Space Science Course tional help of their older brothers activities guided by trained counselors.

"Is this asking too much of Patron WASHINGTON (XC) A who have given the best Ideal accoBBmodatiens for risHiag par
Saint Named
Phone Crystal River Florida 7952409OR you? I pray not. I would say division of space sciences and of their efforts to society." oi&ts. Camp provides plck-.. service to
YOUR SPREADER SERVICE 'much has been to VATICAN CITY (XCPopeJohn applied physics has been established -
given you; or from nearest roil air bus terminal
much is from '" XXIII has named St. in the Catholic University Theologians to MeetST. ,
expected you. A for to .
youngsters ...
camp grow spIrit.icz1Iy
Vincent Pallotti, who was canonized of America's engineer. LOUIS (XC) -Some 200

January :20, patron of ing and architecture school. delegates are expected at the healthfully. For literature, write:.

the Missionary Union of the The division will train space Catholic Theological Society of
Clergy. ,.scientists, applied physicists, America convention here June
The document naming him 4 fluid physicists and aerospace 24 to 27, at which Joseph Car- Father Charles Mclaughlin

was dated April 6 and signedby engineers. It will offer the dinal Ritter, Archbishop of St. OUR LADY OF THE HILLS CAMP

Amleto Cardinal Cicognani, B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. Louis, will be host.

I papal secretary of state. It was The division will offer coursesin The CTSA was founded in HENBERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA

published May 15 at a religious solar and lunar physics and 1916 "to promote an exchangeof

ceremony in the Church of St. recent advances in space sci- views among Catholic the

Salvator in Onda where the ence. ologians, and to further studies

Saint is buried. The ceremonywas Dr. C. C. Chang visiting research and research in the field of CAMP DON BOSCO

attended by national directors professor, has been sacred theology." Father Fer

superior councilors and named chairman of the new rer Smith O.P., of Washingtonis .

other members in Rome for division. He has written and president and :Monsignor For Boys 8-14

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for example, roundtrip Fares to New YorkIndudingreservedsezU Independence Hit WORCESTER (XC) Thereare WASHINGTON XC
Summer Round Trip ( ) A Comfort and Cleanliness of Home- 24-Hour A Day Supervision
fare to New York BOMBAY (XC) Valerian eight dioceses in which congressman, acting on a

( Arrive Relaxed Ready for Fun! Cardinal Gracias, Archbishopof more than 50 per cent of the Priest's suggestion, has intro- Sunday June I 16 thru Saturday, August I 10

from Wonderful sights to see Bombay has complained total population is Catholic led duced a resolution to have the

Let Coast Line help you plan the vacation here about what he called the by the diocese of Providence bells of churches and other Fishing Boating Swimming

Jacksonville $59.95 of your life .In New York, Washington, recent trend among Catholic which is 61.1 per cent Catholic. private and public institutions O Gym Baseball Ponies Movies

Miami -or,u.uI Williamsburg Boston Philadelphia, Montreal, individuals and lay organizations The Catholic Free Press, throughout the nation rung at O Crafts Hikes Overnight
work of the Worcester O Daily Mass Catechism, Altar Boys
Orlando 66.65 or one of many ether enchanting Northeastern to independently of newspaper an appointed time on the
StPetersbuT 71.45 cities. See your Coast Line Ticket Agent. parish Priests. diocese, made this repoIt. Fourth of July. O Good Wholesome, Abundant Food

Travel Agent or telephone: "Strict obedience Is the markof It added that following Providence Also From to June
Tampa 69.60 September
Representative James Roosevelt
these Sees Lafay-
\ a good parishioner, he are :

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad '.jj 1. f said. He added that all Cath. ette, 57.9 per cent; Corpus 0 f California told the AN IDEAL BOARDING SCHOOL:

BOO Water StreetJacksonville olic activity within a parish Christ, 57.5 per cent; Worcester -house that this "grand idea"
for boys-grades 5th thru 9th
A.T" Nt': 'C 2, Florida should be channeled
!'t through 55.99 per cent; Fall River, was recently suggested to him Write: FATHER DIRECTOR
Telephone Elgin 3.1244 :: T3; E. parish organizations, and that
10: I A'ST i 11 N'E :: ;
"1 0 r interparochial 52.3 per cent; Boston, 51.9 per. by Father George Ingrisano CAMP DON BOSCOP.
activity, '
AliROAP" ThanksforUsngCoastLJne" there are central organiza. cent; Springfield, 51.8 per cent O. Carm., of St. Raphael's O. BOX "H" .

tions." and Buffalo,506.per cent.. :'church, Los Angeles. TAMPA 5. FLORIDA .