The Florida Catholic

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The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title:
Fla. Cathol
Place of Publication:
Miami Fla
Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Creation Date:
June 14, 1963
Publication Date:
45 no. a year[<May 1, 1987-Feb. 6, 1997>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1939-]
50 no. a year[ FORMER <Mar. 26, 1982>-]
normalized irregular
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v. : ill. ; 44 cm.


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


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

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was pointed out by Archbishop -
+ Joseph P. Hurley in

the eulogy he gave of the

11tefiOT1k late Holy Father at evening
Mass for the Pope offered on

Thursday of last week in St.Augustine's .

: :i : Pope John Cathedral., he said, led the
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f 4 a f f 0 tIC powerful that neither the

\ greats of the western worldnor

a the communistic dictator
in the East would be able to

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the people.On .
r a ,F XXIV, No. 33 Orlando, Florida, Friday June 14, 1963 Ten Cents every side, through ev-

st ery means of communication,
'* one has heard In these days

w .. ,f ._ Ordained since the Father's death
--- -- ------ -- Logan Holy ,
I the voices of large numbers of
VENERATION OF DEAD POPE BRINGS TWO MILLION TO- SQUARE-- -- _.- b.1sllica."P officials, diplomats and non-
In what Monsignor James I. Tucek has termed "phe ican City, to view the body of Pope John XXIII. Catholic religious leaders echo

nomenal" expressions of grief (see story, Page 5), two remains rested in state inside the great church Carlow for Diocese the laments of the Catholic

I million mourners thronged to St. Peter's Basilica, Vat- mourners packed the St. Peter's Square, above. hierarchy at the loss of the

great Pope of Union, the great

.. \ Ireland-Once more, Bishop Thomas Keogh, Bishop of Kildare and and good Pope of Peace.

Conclave ot June 19 To Pope's Diocese, has ordained a Priest for the Florida missions in the Diocese of St. The Florida Catholic asked

Tomb deans of the Diocese of St.

Daniel B. Logan, a native of County Kildare, was ordained on June 8 at a Augustine to express themselves
VATICAN CITY that began at 9:45 on the death of the Holy
Bring Cardinals to RomeVATICAN The question of the Cathedral of the He has two younger brothers, Father
John will be John Joseph Logan and
at Carlow. Deanery Monsignor
buried will remain Thomas Patrick Logan. They
CITY (XC-The conclave of Cardinals to elect a successor to Pope for Mime time. Logan's relatives at were also at the ordination as William J. Mullally P.A.

John XXIII will begin at 6 p.m. on June 19 in the Vatican's Sistine chapel. It is expected Two conflicting r r his ordination, headed were these relatives: Just back he from New York
City where saw numerous
to be the largest conclave in the history of the Church, with 82 Cardinals eligibleto have been published.! father and mother, Mr. P Uncles, William H y n a n tributes to Pope John in the
attend and vote. Papal Iboto ) : Peter Logan of Coun, Sean Hynan, William Doyle,
metropolitan press, Monsignor
Microphones will be used for Felici said that the Joseph Logan, John Logan; Mullally indicated that the

the first time at a conclave. confided to him that came to see the 25- aunts, Mrs. William Doyle, Central deanery media also had
The Sistine chapel will be ed to be buried in the missionary anointed Mrs.:: Theresa Hynan, Mrs. Ma. the Catholics In mourn
wired for sound in much the Diocese; of St. AugustineSt. crypt. oils and receive the ria Dillon; and cousins, Miss ing the Pope.

same as the ecumenical him Anne Murray, Miss Nora
way Others! !said that that sets apart He added that Rabbi Horo
council hall so that the Cardinals Other Christ Hynan, Seamus Hynan
Augustine, Florida had said he \\ as an i witz and Stanley Shapiro of
will be more easily heard. buried in St. John faraway vineyard of Thomas Doyle, Mrs. Margaret Daytona Beach had wired their

The conclave date was set June li, 13IJtar'.Ut"t..tnd basilica. Maddox, Dan Logan, Mrs. Mar sympathy and told him the
at the first ,general: meeting The spiritual will Logan was born Feb- garet McDermott and Sister Jewish community would offer
June 3, of the Cardinals!' fol. : John cleared up the 3, 1938, at Carbury Mary Elizabeth 0.P, prayers for Pope John on their

lowing the death of Tope According to custom, the Peter's Pence I is collectedIn by an appended note Kildare, and he re Sister Mary Elizabeth Is as- sabbath in the synagogue.St. .

John. our Diocese during the month of June. This j ear's Pope's own hand )" there on Trinity Sun- signed to St. Joseph convent, Augustine Deanery: Mon

Church regulations require collection will be on Sunday, June 23, and the people he wanted to be 9, where-in the Lancaster, Cornwall, England. signor Patrick E. Nolan V.F.

that a conclave open not less will be ,given: notice on the preceding,:: Sunday. L :iieran. of the most Holy Other relatives of the young The Catholic people, half a

than 15 days and not more than This letter is being written to you during the vacancy The Secretariat he celebrated his first Father Logan Priest who are serving the billion of us in the world, were

18 days after a Pope's death. 1 of the Apostolic Seree are now mourning our beloved said that its Mass. tine will welcome FatherLogan Church are Sister Maria Per- bereft by the death of our Holy
Priest the S.M.G., at :Mercy Hospital
Since the Pope died on June 3, Father in Christ, Pope John XXIII. Peace to His pends entirely on was petua Father. I am completely astounded
a Priest who attended Charlotte North Carolina
Father Matthew Mur ,
the Cardinals could have noble Is Pope.
spirit. quite possible" that vre shall have anew by the overwhelming
Until this decision f sermon was given by Mungret College In Limerickand ; and Sister M. George, Incarnate
chosen "
any date between June Pope on the Sunday of the Popq's<<; collection. expressions of admiration for
18 and 21 *....-... The Holy Father; always (close"JoTihc'Catholic".. M.Pupa .JobiiVjQjub .Patrick.roeof? the completed his !studies for )Word Convent,. San Pope John XXIII from non-
main in the Vatican the sacred Priesthood at 'St. Antonio, Texas as_well as"Rev.
On the morning of June 19 heart whether Ills family name be Haiti Pacelli Catholics and even non-Chris-
or or The Diocese of St. Augus- Patrick's College, Carlow. Mr. James McCormack, who Is
prior to entering into conclave, Roncalll, for lie Is the Representative of Christ on earth tians throughout the whole
Hallows ,
at All College,
the Cardinals will get a formal and the Visible Head of the Church. The events of world. Obviously, this man
reminder of the solemnity and recent days and the expectations of tomorrow bring Who will Cardinals Elect Pope? Will studying Priesthood for of the Brentwood diocesan in had so much goodness In him

weight of the duty they are to home to us better than ever the great importance of that his! goodness radiated to
undertake.At the Holy See and of the Popes In our dare England. all mankind and all felt It.
a Mass of the Holy Spiritin He Recall Second Vatican Council? Monsignor Nolan said that
The Pope needs all the help we can give Him-the
St. Peter's basilica, Monsignor Pope John was prayed for In
help of prayer, of our devoted encouragement and of '
Amleto Tondini, secretaryof By Monsignor James I. TucekXCWC Set many of the non-Catholic
our material support. In these days when the whole Consecration
briefs to princes that is, News Service churches of the deanery by the
world acclaims the has
good Pope who just passed to
the official translator of Latin His reward, let us Catholics give to His Successor a Pope is dead! Long live the Pope! The Church has a heart, but the Church is In Frascati For ministers and their congregation
documents at the Vatican THE and in the synagogues.
generous and heartening proof of our devotion. One of the most loved Popes in the Church's long memory was dying,
will preach to the Cardinals on English Tutor Southwest Coast Deanery
the election. I bless jon and your people. but questions with an eye to rT Monsignor C. L. Elslander V.F.

The Cardinals' first meetingalso Devotedly pours .In Christ, the future had to be asked. VATICAN CITY (XC)-The While Pope John's term of

decided that the "novem- Would Pope John XXIII's late Pope John's English tutor, office was brief In the papacy,
Joseph P.
diale," the official nine days of successor reconvoke the gen- Bishop-elect Thomas Ryan' of his term of office as a Priest

mourning for the late Pope, was **"... Archbishop eral council? Clonfert, Ireland, is being consecrated was long, edifying and reward-
to begin on June 7, the day Bishop.of St. Augustine Who would his successor;; be June 16 in Frascati, Ing. By his gentle dispositionand
after his entombment in St. ': To ask these questions was near Rome, instead of in Romeas his manifest love of his
Peter's crypt, and run through not to lessen the mourning for / .' it.' ti originally planned.The fellow man, he drew all man

June 17. Two first class feasts the loss of the beloved Pope ceremony must take kind to him. Humility, charity,

-Trinity Sunday and Corpus Now in the day of tran ocean ey, at age 76, died of a heart John. They were questions of 1 Y place outside of Rome since no sincerity and solicitude seemedto
Christi-were' not included in liners and jet planes, the tripto attack at the North American vital interest to the Pope's episcopal consecrations are per be his motivating principles.

the mourning period. Rome presents no great College on October 23;, less than loyal subjects. mitted in Rome after the deathof He was ever cognizant of the

Masses on the first six of the problem to Cardinals. two hours before the conclave They were questions which a Pope and before the election mighty, the noble, the high office

nine days were offered by \'henPop Pius XII died on opened. had certainly occurred also to of his successor. Frascatihas he held while on this

members of the papal chapel, October 9, 1938, the conclave When Pope John XXII was the dying Pope. been chosen because it is earth, as a Priest, as a Bishop,
the that officially attend Before Pope John's final k the Diocese of Amleto Cardinal and as Holy Father i In the
group which elected Pope John XXIII elected ,at the conclave of 131.1at r
the Pope at certain solemn saw these American Cardinals Carpentras: France, the Car crisis the council was scheduledto Cicognani, who was papal secretary Church of Jesus Christ. And he

functions such as consistories. arrive' before the conclave began dinals h'ad deliberated 21 reconvene on September 8. of state. He will consecrate fulfilled every office with dig
Who will be the next Pope? Christ-like charm.
: the Irish prelate. nity and
list three Masethe' iip
The : : months. The shortest conclavein J
This is a guessing game Co-consecrators are to be Went Coast Deanery, Monsignor -
mo t ,solemn will I be ctlrebr'attd New York's Francis Cardinal the history of the papacywas
being played by the man on Archbishop Joseph Walsh of John J. Mullins V.F.
Detroit's _
by Spellman, Edward
that which elected :
Pope the street, but only 82 men -- ; Taum, Ireland, and Archbishop Although many thought of
Cardinal Mooney and the Archbishop :
The final Mass will be a state
Julius II, after only a few could play it effectively. The John Dooley, former apostolic Angelo Cardinal Roncalli as an
occasion attended by representatives of Los Angeles, James __.__ w." ,
hours. 82 members of the College of delegate in Hanoi. PONTIFFS, Page 8
from various nations. Francis Cardinal Mclntyre. Cardinals will ultimately bring TWO VATICAN CURIA CARDINALS
His Pius III had
The eulogy will be delivered Of the 55 Cardinals, eligibleto their decision down to one :Members of the Vatican Curia, above, who perform
Monsignor Giuseppe Del vote,. only 51 entered the died on October 18, 1503, aftera HN Seminar Planned For
man, and by all odds he will be specified duties following the death of Pope John XXHI
Ton, secretary of Latin letters. 1953 conclave. Cardinal Moon reign of only 26 days.
one of their number. are Eugene Cardinal Tisserant, right, dean of the Collegeof
The council will no doubt Cardinals, and Clemente Cardinal Micara, vicar general Officers in Central Deanery

enter in as a determining- of .

tor. ORLANDO Officers of the Diocesan Union of Holy
The fact of the council will expect that the choice of a there was also a time factor to
Name Societies, under the leadership of James J. Mc-
be foremost in the minds of Pope would once more lie with. be considered as far as the future
Auliffe diocesan first will a train-
the Cardinals when they in Italy's boundaries. Even continuation of the council
'r gather in conclave to elect a so, one might guess that all the was concerned.The ing seminar for the Central Holy Name work, whether the

man to succeed the Pope who factors could meet in one man work of the interim Florida Deanery. questions involve the parish

I f had convoked the Second within these limits. period between council ses- Alfonso A. AlibertI, the deanery the deanery, or the diocesan

Vatican Council. The dying Pope had certainlyalso felons would be halted or considerably president, said that for* ObjKtI'"es."

Certain tendencies broughtinto given thought to his pos- slowed down by three hours on the last SundayIn Pre ence of a large number .
!ar.k evidence by the council sible successor, for it is axiomatic the death, burial, conclave June, Holy Name Society of officer In Central

might also affect the choice. -as he himself had stated coronation and the first day presidents and officers of his Florida will guarantee the
: The union of Christian -that every Cardinal namedIs of a new Pope. deanery would gather in the St. success! of the meeting, dean

Churches in general and the considered to have the qualities By a conservative; estimate, Charles air-conditioned social ery official: said
reunion of the Oriental necessary to succeed to a new Pope could not be in hall in Orlando to participatein John R. Atkins, secretary of

Churches In particular had the papacy. office functioning within less the program.Mr. the Central deanery, has sent

gained in importance becauseof The College of Cardinals, con- than a month after the deathof AlibertI says: self-addressed envelopes to par-
ror t the council The importanceof sidering the fact of a council the former Pope. This wouldbe "If you are a Holy Name ish officers Indicating the time
the missions had likewise halted in mid-stream, so to followed by the hot summer officer In your parish in the that the men will meet and

become more real and prox speak might also have in months In Italy, which slows Central deanery and will serve urging a return of the forms
imate than ever before. The mind the choice of a man who down activities even more. from June 1963 through June sent by him.

internationalization 0 f the could be expected to continuein And, as respected tradition 1961, the Orlando program Is The Central Florida Dean

Church's government, which the papacy with those per- confirms, Rome will not be especially deigned to give you ery's Holy Name officer seminar
had been in progress for several sonal qualities and convictions hurried. an opportunity to: will take place from 2

decades, would continue to which Pope John had broughtto The questions were being "1. Know what is expected of p.m. to 5 p.m. on June 30 in
EARLY ARRIVALS FROM be a factor. the papacy with such great the Holy.Name Society. Orlando. A program of speakers
Amleto Cardinal Cicognani, second from left, former apostolic delegate to the The past half-dozen conclaves success. asked and they could only be "2. Learn how efforts can be !I. contemplated.Jor: d.-

United States, was on hand to welcome the first three of five American Cardinals who have not gone outsideof Whoever the new Pope answered by the 82, men who directed to realize these expec tails will b@' announced, officers -

will attend the conclave to elect a Pope; from left, Chicago's Albert Cardinal Meyer Italy for their choice of a might be and whatever factors were already journeying to tations. Indicated, prior to th*

Los Angeles's James Francis Cardinal McIntyre; and St Louis's Joseph Cardinal Ritter. Pope. It seems not too brash might bear upon,h 15.choice, Rome. "3. Ask questions regarding meeting.F .

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I'AI Grief at News

Catkotlc Florida ReportsOrlando r- 1 Of Pope's Death

parish children. Father Michael Ohio, to spend three years

J. Larkin was chairmanof there.A ,. WASHINGTON (NO -The
GOOD SHEPHERDOn the farewell program. departure ceremony has < 4 senate and house of representatives flORIST GREENHOUSES
Thursday evening, June 3.e.% ;$ss. unanimously adopted tOO lAktvlew AT*. 0*.
Flowers were presented by been scheduled on July 7 In 3 FLOWERS
6, a farewell program was ten of each class y '4.r *,A resolutions expressing "pro
representatives Carthegena, headquarters_ o f sA 8672130ST.
dered to the Sisters of St. Joseph in the school. ,Also, a representative the Precious Blood Fathers.St. My e.,. found sorrow" at the death of PETERSBURG
who have been teachingat Pope John XXIII.
member, of each of the Andrew parish In OrlandoIs
Good Shepherd School for The resolution described
five preceding' graduatingclasses the southern-most parish Senate -

the past five years. The Good 1959 through 1963 ex- that his order serves.'The other f t.lipvr.r Pope John as "a preeminent

Shepherd mixed choir-turned- pressed his good wishes. southern regions are Kentuckyand i11?ila2iZti1N1 spiritual leader who Jackson's ShoesLadies'

glee club for the night sang. Gordon Neary gave a short Washington, D.C. endeared himself to peoples of
Monsignor Harold F. Jordan talk on behalf of the Holy t 1 txa all nations and all faiths by his

expressed the gratitude of the Name Society, and Mrs. Mary Father Beischel, the son of ': ::( l'-t untiring efforts to promote Miller
Victor Beischel, is one of nine
parish for the splendid work Nicholson spoke for the 'Vomen's .,. i.# unity among religions to advance Vitality Weyenberg
children. Two of his brothers, 'Y'r "
done by these Sisters for the ,
Guild. S the dignity of the Individual
Father Mark and Father Cushioned Bellaires
The Sisters of St. Joseph will h ,_ ,..aa *w.\ ...wM..s ..... ._ .. .. ... Mw o..a..uYs h: '. ..1 A xToAMAtSUifeuAifcUMA and to maintain inter
Thomas, are Priests all of
return to St. James Convent, national peace." 641 Central! Ave. 862.1355

and will be succeeded in Sep- sister is Sister Roderic R.S.M. : Joel W. Sayers Jr.. (top left), president of Orlando Central Deanery; recently The House resolution said

Rowers for Every Occasion tember by Sisters of the Notre Father was ordained on June installed officers of the St. Teresa's Women's Club in Titusville. Mrs. John :Mo- the Pope "exerted the most

Tinman's FlowersBonded Dame Order. 2, 1956 after completing his quin, toastmistress, is also pictured standing. New officers are, from the left, challenging and sincere efforts
for world manifestedthe
ST. ANDREW studies at St. Charles Seminary, seated, :Mrs. John D'Albora, treasurer; Mrs. James D. Brown, president; Father JohnB. peace
broadest tolerance toward
Florist Father Richard Be is c h e I Carthegena. O'Hare, Mrs. William Gardner, vice-president; and Mrs. Jack Sherrill, secretary. mankind and all creeds and 0007et. .

Telegraph Delivery C.PP.S., who, has spent half of pleaded for the protectionof
3931 Central Ave. 862-3661 Fr. O'Sullivan
Winter ParkST.
his life an ordained "
f D oppressed minorities.
Priest Legion 0 ecency going to the theatre. Puma
rated MARGARET MARY Both resolutions asked the
& I a a morally objectionable are
ENJOY AUTOMATIC assisting at St. w R ates N6W jv\OVIGSpubllah\ ln the third Ia.ue of The newly elected officers of Mourns DeathOf secretary of state to transmit

Andrew Parish (June 11, 1 ttl) each month. the Holy Name Society of St. Petersburg
"Keep-Filled" Orlando, copies to the papal secretary of
honored Morally Unobjectionable for General Patronage Margaret Mary parish held his Mother state. 4645 9th Street, North
DELIVERYPhone was y4 Almost Angel Kill or Cure Sad Horse their first meeting last weekto ,
last week by Bear. The Lafayette Savage Sam
: make plans for the coming
the diocesan ComancherosComing Last of the Badmen Second Time Around
St. Pete 898-1111 I I I I Out Party List ofAdrian Seven Seas to Calais year. County Kerry Madeira Beach Bank
Clearwater-446.8314 Priests of the Constantino and the Messenger 7 Bridges for 7 Brothers According to Joseph Dorio
area before his Cross Longest Day The Sink the Bismarck MADEIRA BEACH
Damn the Defiant Make Way for Lila Story of the president, the program will DAYTONA BEACH-Members -
Iz'I; } departure for Day Mars Invaded Man from theDiner's Count of revolve around the spiritual of the Diocese join i n Member .r
Bei.e' -" r'
the missions in the Earth Club Monte CriatoStowaway growth and unity of the men sympathy with Father Patrick Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
South America. Father Bei Drums for Africa Marco Polo in the Sky Phone 391.9911 Open Sat. 9.12 ..
Escape from East Miracle of the Son of Flubber of the parish. O'Sullivan of Daytona Beach
schel left Orlando last Sundayfor Berlin White Stallions Summer Magic Included in this will be a whose mother died in Irelandon
PINELLAS Flipper Mouse on the Moon Tammy and the Doctor
a visit at his
month-long 55 Days at Peking Mr Hobbs Takes a Tanan, the Ape Man participation of all the men in June 6. Mrs. Marion O'Sul
home in Cincinnati. Five Weeks in a Vacation Teenage Millionaire the parish in a monthly Holy livan had raised her seven children Residential and Commercial Interior and Exterior
On 13 he will leave with Balloon My Six Lows 200 Spartans
July ,
EARN Giant No Man Is an Island Three Stooges In Orbit Name Communion Mass at 7:30: three of whom are in the PAINTING CONTRACTOR
two other Precious Blood Fathers Gay Purree N'o Place Like HomlcldeThree Stooges Meet on the second Sunday of each religious life, in Ardfert, Coun-

for Lima, Peru, where Glgot Papa's Delicate Hercules month, a "Men's Day" and several -ty Kerry, and lived there mostof
Honeymoon Machine Condition Titan. The POWELL & HARRINGTONLicensed
they will attend St. James
5 %
Horse's Soldiers Password is Courage Trojan Horse family events. her life.Father .
Spanish language school.In How the West Phantom Planet Ugly American The other officers of the O'Sullivan offered the and Insured Phones: 3420384Free
Was Won Phantom of Valley of the DragonsIn
INTEREST November, leaving his Search of the Opera We'll Bury You Holy Name Society are: John Requiem Mass for the repose of Estimates '345-3177
two companions In Lima, he The Castaways Pirates of Tortuga Wonderful World of Cashin, first vice-president; his mother's soul last Saturday

CHURCH will go to Santiago, Chile to a, Invasion Star Creatures of the Public Reptillcus Pigeon Xo. 1 You the Have Brothers to Run Grimm Dennis Sweeney, second vice- June 8, in St. Brendan 1782 74th St. No. St. Pete

parish of approximately 90,000 It's Only Money Raven The Fast president; James Nasie, secre- Church, Ardfert.
SCHOOLHOSPITALBONDS people. Father has volunteeredto Jumbo Road to Hong Kong Young Guns of Texas assistant Is
tary; Larry Breen Mrs. O'Sullivan survivedby

his superiors in Carthegena, Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and AdolescentsA secretary; and John Loftus and three daughters, :Mother M. For Catholics Of Pinellas County

Units of $1000.00 Child is Waiting Girls. Girls Girls Sabine Woman Garrett Crotty, treasurers. John Bosco of Loretto Conventin
All Night Long Guns of Darkness Showdown
- - Omagh, County Tyrone; Mrs.
Beauty and the Beast Hook The Snipers Ridge Calvary CemeteryEndowed
St. Anthony's Hospital Five students of St. Margaret
DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. Billy Budd Huns The Spiral Road M. Murphy :Monkstown Dublin
600 11th fltreet Birds, The It Happened at the State Fair Mary school were recognized as
403 :Florida Theatre nnlldlar ; and Mrs. J. Geoghegan,
St. PetersburgModern. Black Fox: : Worlds Fair Stagecoach to Dancer's award winners during the CareU.
8L Ftteribnrr 1. :Tim. rh. 662.0161 Well Equipped Blue Hawaii Lawrence of Arabia Rock top Milford, County Cork.

NAIL ................. Conducted Reasonable by Bridge to the Sun Lion The Stranger In My Arms past school year. All the Besides the assistant Priest S.19 at 58th St. No. Phone HE 6-4238
Call Me Bwana Long Absence Sword of theConqueror awards were received on a competitive -
ADDRESS ................. 8Utera of !t. 't Francis Castilian. The Loves of Salammbo basis. at..St. Paul parish; ,in Daytona Office Open 9-1 I\M. Dally & 14 P3f. on Sunday
Approved >y Come Fly with Ye --.Madison Avenue .; 13 West :Street .;... '. Beach'; Mrs. O'Sullivan is also
. American College of 8ar eon..r Convicts f '
CITY..8TATE. Matter Miracle of Worker Who Tall Tales Stranger of TerrorCenturion Cathy Maher won first prize survived by' three other sons.

Court Martialflraclu of the World Taras Bulba in the dental section of the Orange They include Father John -

/ /'.-'.-'.-' r .r/ r////// ""/ :"" /'/ :- :":: Courtship of Murder on the Campus To Kill a Mockingbird County Science Fair; O'Sullivan C. C., Diocese of AMERICAN; NATIONAL BANK
Eddie, Father Mutiny on the Bounty Thrill of It All
Real David and Lisa Paranoiac Thunder Road Susan Rozmus and Peggy Mc- Kerry; Joseph and James, whois JjF Soutft Pasadena
Your Estate
For Day of the Triffids Pit and Pendulum Twenty Plus Two Court won first and second Father Patrick O'Sullivan's

: And Insurance Needs Call Days Roses of Wine and Play Playboy it Cool of the Two Twice Rode Told Together Tales prizes respectively in the twin, both of Ardfert. Offers) Tou IJD paymft'B'ifFINANCING

Diary of a Madman Western World Valiant Knights of Columbus essay Mrs. O'Sullivan's husband
LaVoie & Insurance Donovan's Reef Requiem for Werewolf In Girl's & REFINANCING
Realty Dual of the.,Titan aHeavyweight .. Dormitory a contest; Mary Willason won the Jate J,, J,. ,O'Sullivan, died
4154, Central Avenue Phone 896-4133 Efcctra Samson and the Seven Wild and the Innocent;! the Daughters of the_AmeriqaTi.September.16,..1951.:** : V"r. '. Yf New ;Ciri
J I Everybody Go Home Sardonicus Wonderful to be Young'. Revolution essay contest, first
1 I
Experiment In Terror Savage Guns Yellow Canary I ,,
prize in the district and third
Island Consecration
Flame in the Streets Shame of the Young Ones
40 Pounds of Trouble prize in the state; and Albert .
SAX JUAX (XC) Puerto re
Kenze placed second .in the
for AdultsAs
Morally: Unobjectionable
Rico's consecration tot he
Young as We Are Interns Secrets of Nazi Orange County spelling bee. Call or Vi f jIOHNP P TOAMS
,Immaculate Heart of Mary
LOW COST Baltic Express Lovers of Teruel CriminalsBattle
of Stalingrad Love and Larceny Sparrows Can't Sing St. AugustineST. was renewed in a ceremony BANK
e Bye. Bye Birdie Love at Twenty Spencer's Mountain< here 100 years after the island Martin J. Rons Chairman
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Open 5 P.M. 'til I II I P.M.
IT was early morning. Father John Foley S J., had offered his Mass and completed his ( A

Banquet Facilities thanksgiving and had stepped outside the seminary chapel for a cigarette before

Closed Mondays joining the students at breakfast. He looked down the sloping lawn to the sea. and it was r r! ,,Y l5K v vv
then that he saw the six men. : 1 t s,
'SAN REMO think they've escaped from sionaries were forbidden to r c 5! Yw
At first
mainland," he II a I d. enter the country, and If there, ,
RESTAURANT were evidently, hungry, was any Catholic influencestill v v
the town of
1290 SO. RIDGEWOOD they're afraid to come in the land it was secret '
i fishing Take some food and underground."But Lt
CL Island.
2-1357 Kong
I to the beach and let ," Father Foley told his
the wind, the FLORIDA IS FULL
see )"ou. students in mid.1962ve can r
times worked OF DANDEE
Then Father of the Chinese sem be missionaries here on our d + MOMSIAHCME

CARPETS & LINOLEUM were not quickly gathered small own beach. If we cannot go to .. <
of food and hurried to the people to help them, we N1i [
Father shore and they called out can help those who. come to .. .. v
shore, and he .,_ ... .-" _ H :" '. -==-- __
the men that it was all right us.
them to come ashore and
The cove at the seminarywas
A Wall To Wall Carpet "Who are here was food for them. small and there was not Father William J. Holmes, pastor of St.. Michael. parish in Fernandina Beach, I

called. "What was the beginning of it. room for the many boats that was present at the recent installation of the parish guild officers. Seated with him
AI's Again no :Miss Helen Griffin left and Mrs. Pete Schuiling (right) vice-presi OFYUUR OYN
the word got back to were arriving each morning.The are ( ), president, ,
wondered if China: When you escape, cove,at best, could be onlya dent. Pictured, from the left, standing, are Mrs. Frank Mayer, treasurer; Mrs. D. B.
Floor CoveringTelephone ilL One"Are you to the Jesuit seminary near stopover. White, chaplain; :Mrs. William Green, representative; Mrs. Charles Harrison, parlia-

CL 2-9842 "Food."man and you will be Here, too, the seminarians mentarian; Mrs. S. L. Rowland, secretary; and Mrs. Eugene Darche, installing officer.

Thereafter, scarcely a .did their missionary work,
Now Fath
704 North Beach He went r n i n g passed. without teaching the children, caring ClearwaterST. Brandon

inary on the beach. for the aged, helping the CECELIA NATIVITY MR. FIX-IT

students the strangers were afraid. others find jobs, bringingfood Members of St. Cecelia'sWomen's Members of the CatholicWomen's FURNITURE REPAIRED
e Red government had and medicine to the sick. See
Club attended their Club of Lawn Furniture made to Order
them had Nativity par-
they no Father Foley observed thata CROVELLA REALTY
token installation dinner
cr; Furniture in the free world,. that ish installed their new officersfor Appliance Repair
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men were re-
Thursday, June 6, at the Clear-
they left the mainland they turning to the mainland-men water Country Club. Mrs. the coming year at their Located front of CL 2-1725 CL 2-2875:
be captured by "enemy" who earned small fee Riviera Hotel U.S. I Member
a by Harry Delameter and the members -last scheduled meeting.
Office and shot. The ferrying the refugees to free- of Circle 5 were the hostesses 667-7683. OR 7-5993 Our Lady of Lourdes
was not enough to hold dom. Father George Marenco. installed
"Why don't ?
CL you stay for the evening.
under communism but he asked them. Mrs. William Walden,
118 North Mrs. James Donovan presented
so they believed it. "We can't," one explained. new officers for the president; Mrs. Dorian Morley, Floyd J. Tredway's

The reception they re- "We have families in the interior coming year first vice-president; Mrs. Al Daytona Moving & Storage Co. Ii
on the seminary beach
that we support with Mrs. Francis Wynans, president
Salata, second
therefore, a surprise and our fees." Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC.
Mrs. Albert Hashman
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LUCKY'SPaint Creative was a chance to do some out,'they will be welcome," said recording secretary; Mrs. Rudolph secretary; Mrs. Remy' : Her- 110 So. Campbell-CL 34636 560 So. Blvd.-HE 4-5587
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& Body Shop and years, young Chinese "They know," said the man. ; and Mrs. John Parker, Mrs. Robert Davis, treasurer;
i all over the continent had "Everybody in China knows treasurer. and Mrs. Pat Patruno,' histo- RUMMAGE SALE

642 N. Ridgewood (Rear) II Helea 8*. M..!: to the seminary to study about this place, and they all Mrs. Donovan was presentedwith rian.

CL 3-2266 Free Quotations Opp. the Priesthood under J es- want to come here someday." a rosary by the membersof Father Marenco spoke to the WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY-
of the Ireland Providence, Father looked around at his
the club. women 0 nth e spiritual de-
eventually to go home to busy seminarians, and he said: A formal Installation will velopment of the club as op- 10:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P.M.

KAY'S REST A U their people. All that "Tell them everybody here take place in September, with posed to the material; and "A New Sale Every Week"
over now. The Church wants to go there someday Monsignor Thomas A. Col- thanked Mrs.. Morley, the out
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Frank J. SheedNarrow Love of Enemies is Christian Duty
Catholic CommentPope's :..... m_

I Mind Scorns Mode IT would be much easier to with a natural lore. Natural You have forgiven your foe.

God If God did not demand love Is an emotion arousedIn You are praying for him. Is

that we prove our love us by people who attract there anything further that

'Last Will and Testament'"PHE Of Religious Expression by the love we show our neigh- tu strongly. It Is almost impossible Jesus expects of you when He
bor. Some- to have this natural says, "Love your enemies?

many tributes paid Pope John realm of the theologians. Certainly, In the ,'''T'HE Catholic Church goes in for a lot of empty show- times the obligation lore for an enemy, to feel Must you accept circle your of friends adversaryinto and
who your
affection for
to an someone!
XXIII by secular newspapers, radio medical profession, there is long private statues, incense, processions, vestments and such.I our neighboris has hurt us deeply. act as if nothing had happened

and television were a magnificent eulogyfor research before the success story is givento suppose this is to impress her ignorant members. But the hardestof God asks only for supernatural ?

the Vicar of Christ The messages of the public., The same, it would seem, religion's place the souL" all our love, which does not depend Not necessarily. If you know

condolence from Protestant, Jewish and should be most appropriate in regards to This objection comes in a variety of forms. The objector Christian d u- upon feeling at alL By that this person wUl hurt you

other churches are truly an indication that the deep-seated theological differences tellS.. you, pernaps, "now- "ne- was m a ties. The reason supernatural love we rise again, given the chance, it is

even in death Pope John continues to work which exist among religions. Catholic Church and saw people lighting is that our* above our emotions and look at the part of wisdom to avoid

toward his goal of unity. However, for the average person, the candles in front of statues, and then neighbor is not our enemy through God's eyes him if you can. Moreover, you

Catholics would do well by respondingto spirit of Christ does not have to wait for '.5I -. kneeling down to pray-with their eyes only that nice rather than through our own. have a right to seek redress fo:

these sincere messages from news the private dialogue of theologians. Basically fixed on the statues, he will sometimesadd person who is We see this disagreeable per the damage he has done. You

media and from other denominations. It a person is moved much more by the to make the whole thing more im so easy to get son as a soul whom God createdout may sue him in court yen

would be most fitting if we took time out internal workings of grace within the soul possible. Do Catholics think that the statues Trese of love, a soul whom God while you pray for him.

to send notes of appreciation to them. Christians will be attracted towards one see the lights or hear the prayers? he Father Leo J. wants with Himself in heaven, However, if the one who has

In the average family a death of a another, and' not before, when they see asks sarcastically. And why the bent along with. Our neighbor includes a soul for whom Jesus died. If offended you offers an apology.

loved one creates a feeling of mutual char Christ in each other. i knees can't just as well sitting the nastiest, meanest our enemy is so precious to you must accept the apologj.
you pray God, we dare not set ourselvesup You already have forgiven him
ity. Enmity sometimes fades as mutual Pope John's obvious bequest to man- k down or standing up? Never begin with persons we may come up in opposition to God. Interiorly; you now forgive
consolation is kind the 'of Christ The roadto against. Just listen to Jesus:
was charity
given. the statue or the candles or the bent knees. We dare not wish evil upon him exteriorly also. You will

The death of Pope John offers Catholics Christian unity will be a long one. Those First establish the principles on which the Church brings "You have heard shalt that love it was our adversary. We dare not treat him civilly, be willing to
'Thou thy
a great opportunity to create an air who offer a formula for rapid unity appearto the body so noticeably into the religious life of her mem- neighbor said, and hate thy enemy.' condemn him (or her) to hell, speak if you pass him on the

of Christian love with our separated breth- offer to mankind a false hope. bers. not even in our thoughts.On street or meet him at a social
cupied with a business prob- But I say to you, love your
ren. Too long have diatribes, prejudicesand However, Pope John has obviously lId The principle Is that we are lem to be reminded, if only enemies, do good to those who the contrary, we labor gathering.

misunderstanding clouded the mes- the foundation for smoothing the way to not angels. We have spiritual fleetingly by the sight of a hate you, and pray for those bravely to bring our resent Indeed, it Is the perfection

sage of the Gospel. We have, on both permanent unity. He has awakened the souls, indeed, but we have crucifix on a wall that Christ who persecute and calumniateyou ment under control. The of charity to meet your enemy

sides, created an image of one another world to an awareness of the importanceof bodies too. died for him is not nothing! so that you may be children -words come hard, but we say more than halfway, to

which made us uncomfortable in each mutual love, tolerance and understanding. A body Is not a sort of disease Similarly, what is stronglyfelt of your Father in heaven" with sincerity, "Yes, God, I do make the first move toward

other's company. It is obvious that both Catholic and that the soul has contracted, In the soul about God not (Matt. 5,43-15)). forgive this person who has reconciliation. A simple
:Many hold that the not a prison In which the soul Our human nature our hurt me so." Then we proceedto "hello when yon meet him
new dialogue being non-Catholics alike responded well to this only wants to find some bodily
is at present immured. It Is in merely human nature-rebels pray for the person, that he will make It plain that yon
attempted by some Catholic theologiansmay love of Christ which emanated from the expression, but is increased
part of man-not Ignorant It. against this whole Ide a. If may receive the graces he harbor no grudge.If .
be a step in the right direction. successor of Peter. All seem anxious to its own intensity by finding
man man. God made us that someone has hurt us, everything needs to change his ways and he refuses to answer or
Frankly, it would seem to us that the continue to promote this spirit of Christian All the loves known to men
become the kind of in fashion
love of within us cries out for to person answers unfriendly ,
their love
theological differences which exist between love which Pope John has left as part of way.When God In have songs:
we approach God is no exception. Men sing vengeance. If we can find no God wants him to be. you have done your duty.
religions should be dealt with in the his last will and testament. religion, we approach Him as their love of Him, and growin way to "get even," we nourish Prayer Is the perfect anti The r e\ Is no need to speak

He made us: we should look love by singing.A bitter thoughts against the of dote to hatred. If yon can again unless and until he takes

John faintly ridiculous masquerading strong sense of God's Maj. fender. pray for a person, yon do not the initiative.

as angels. esty brings us to our knees. It We Imagine all kinds of evil hate him. You still may feel Forgiveness, prayer, recon-

I ;iriWants;: Looking at ourselves we is normal in our world to wear things happening to him-and a strong aversion to the per' ciliation. For one who has

Puerto Rican Unrest see that soul and body act special clothes for special occasions -hope that some of them do. At !son! but your supernaturallove been deeply hurt, none of this

upon one another all the -the vestments 0 f a least, this is our first impulse. Is on a higher plane is easy. That is why love for

THE Cuban crisis has so given an opportunity to say larger and growing group advocating time. What is strongly felt Priest are for the most special Fortunately God does not than emotion, like sunlight our enemies is such infallible

i monopolized the through the ballot box statehood. In the soul Invariably finds occasion of all. ask us to love our enemies above the clouds.highranking proof of our love for God.

attention of the American people whether they wish to remain This ferment threatens em. some sort of bodily expresfelon. We think of our prayers as

.that- they- have tended to under the American flag. barrassment to American for- Happiness In the soul rising to God, and there Is Father John B. Sheerin

overlook a less Ceded to the United States eign policy which disclaims produces that distortion of something apt, therefore, In

spectacular but by Spain at the end of the colonial aspirations anywherein the face which we call a candle flame or incense smoke. "I
nonethelessImportant Spanish-American Puerto the world. It has slowed smile.
What causes most of the Pope John Trod Path of Unity
Rico has moved by stages from down the capital investment One need not multiply in. argument is that modes of ex.
problem in the status of a possession, governed -needed to improve the lot of stances. A man who never
pressing feeling are, in religion will be Pope John's leaders of Protestantism day by demonstrating the va-
Puerto Rico. the Puerto Rican people andit
by a governor appointedby shows his feelings, whether
in the rest of life, not always -WHAT rather
as and from world political lidity of her teaching
Fed a steady the President, toward self. is diverting the energy of about God or any other subject in history? Only "
diet of natural-as a smile is, or God knows which of his leaders of many faiths or than by condemnations. She
glowing government. the people from economic development whatever, is not m 0 r e
accounts of the a song-but are symbols whichwe achievements will have eternal no faith. is a loving mother "f u 11 of
to political than other
spiritual people,
success of Its present status approachesthat have grown used to, so that significance He addressed "Pacem In Ter. mercy and goodness toward
of a commonwealth, sanctioned -tions.The only stiffer. to they have become natural. the children
Puerto Rico's us and we mortals rls" not to Catholics exclusively separated from
nnrest, moreover,
"OperationBootstrap. by act of Congress in And what affects the body There is no connection what cannot but "to all men of good wilt"And her.
climate fav.
1950 and ratified by Puerto tends to create a has its reactions in the souL A
ever between respect for women For these reasons Pope John
in that encyclical
a orable even predict
to communist subver
Ricans in 1951. pin stuck in the calf of your removal and
and replacement asked the Bishops In council to
majority of Americans have sion. what historians said, "The person who errs
Under this act, Puerto Ricans leg produces that state-I will of a hat; yet in our set their goal not merely as the
been beguiled Into the comforting The potential danger of the a century is always and above all a
dIstortion-of the soul
belief that all is well enjoy American citizenship situation has been recognizedby not say civilization a woman might from now will human being and he unification of Catholic or
without the right to vote for which we call gloom; a snatchof very well feel insulted if the even of all Christians.
In the Caribbean island.A Puerto Rican Governor be saying must always be regarded' and
President the United States tune can bring back into head of
of the
hat a
program of economic development Munoz Marin, who Is urging about the treated In accordance with He wanted them to breaka

"Operation Boot. unless they take up residencein Congress to give his people an our memory some halfforgotten man she knew.It Pope. Yet I that lofty dignity." path toward the unity of

strap" has brought a dramatic one of the states. They pay opportunity to clarify their political episode of our past; some- is an absolute mark of feel that it is Personally I feel that Pope the whole human family so
to the federal thing seen can start a whole mind to find
no taxes govern the provincial
improvement in the standardof status by indicating a not irreverentto John's opening discourse at the that -the earthly city" might
living of the Puerto Rican ment and elect their own governor preference for Independence, new train of thought. *. other people's symbols langh- speak Second Vatican_co n i1:/was a ..b e brought to ..jesembl the.
and national legislature. This Continuing'actl n' and that the Chi
] hear
able. We
people. Industries now flourish statehood, or continuation of : area of his work In which, I document of greater historical heavenly city.
where virtually Until Fidel Castro set up his reaction the Church uses. Crucifixes nese place food on the gravesof he showed his Too of had
by the hundreds the commonwealth arrangement believe a warmthof significance than any of many us forgctten
none existed two decades communist regime in Cuba, on a permanent basis.A statues, pictures are' their dead, and are con. heart and breadth of vision encyclicals. For it was this that the word "Catholic" means

ago. Per capita income, once most of the Puerto Ricans appeared reminders of great religious vulsed at the foolishness of unparalleled in recent Church talk that laid the guidelinesand "universal." We had begun to
bill to provide a procedurefor
one of the lowest in the western to be quite content with settlement of the issue has realities; so is not eating meaton thinking that the dead can history.He set the tone and spirit for think of our Church as just

hemisphere is now about this special status within the been introduced and President Friday. eat the food. dispelled the fear of the the whole council.He another denomination and we

half that in the United States American system. has its And in so very distractinga An equally provincial Chi. modern world that has been reflected a spirit of Christian had built walls to keep others
Kennedy urged passage.
and is steadily increasing. But Castro has been constantly Rican world, reminders are neces nese might laugh as heartilyat such a handicap to the apos. optimism as against those
The Puerto governor,
that out.Pope
Puerto Rico has been cited beaming propaganda who favors continuation of the sary. Through all our senses our folly in thinking tolate in the last century. His "prophets of doom" who see John with the geniusof

a 9 a "showcase," a "proving broadcasts to Puerto Kicans commonwealth status, believesa things pour In which draw the dead can smell the flowers favorite term was "aggiorna- "nothing but prevarication and simplicity reminded us that

ground" of democracy in a trying to persuade them they would his that we heap on their graves. mento" (bringing up-to-date) ruin" in these modern times. the Catholic Church is Christ
plebiscite support the mind; the Church sees to All this, I hope, you will explain -
country peopled by Latin are victims of thinly-veiled In he and he has modernized the He admitted that there are who loves all men.
position. any event, it that things will pour in
and to
Americans. Officials of more "Yanqui" imperialism and maintains nothing can be set- lucidly winningly Church and its policy in many many grave errors and dan The Church is Christ among
which draw the mind in a he is
than 100 countries have visited urging them to throw off the tled unless the islanders are your objector a provincial ways. gerous concepts rampant in the men, rejoicing with them in

the island to study the work. shackles of foreign control. their day In court. better way. laughing at symbols because As I see it, Pope John has modern world but he said that their conquests such as the

ings of its government and its Although the communist' given An expression of preferenceby A man may be wholly oc they don't happen to be his. dispelled the incubus of fear of nowadays the Spouse of Christ conquest of space but also

economic progress.But party in Puerto Rico is small, the people, he Is confident, the modern world that has held prefers to use the medicine of bending over them In their

less attention has been the Castro propaganda has set would allay the existing uncertainty Holy Father's Choice back our work for a century.He mercy rather than severity In anguish, ready like a good

paid to the political status of In motion unsettling currents and remove whatever set us a good example by dealing with these errors. Samaritan to bring them to the

who about Puerto Rico's political. calling on the president of "She considers that she inn of divine comfort and con
the Puerto Rican people justification there may now Takes New Name
have never forgotten the heritage status. exist for the communist claim Pope Italy, by receiving visits from meets the needs of the present solation.

they share with the other The commonwealth arrange. that the United States has imposed '

former Spanish dependencieson ment is under Increasing at. a form of government on Traditition Centuries Old Question BoxTaking

the southern continent. tack from a minority group I the island without giving its
They have never been favoring Independence and a. people a choice. ONE of the first things the new Pope who succeeds John I

will have to do, according to centuries-old tradition a Trip? Give Good Examplewriter

Father Michael 'V.: Gannon is to take a new name.

Choices by the last 15 Pon. There have been 23 Johns Q. May a person who is 1 Itraveling beliefs and it would be wrongto to answer questions! on
: Mission of Nombre De Diesclupteas tiffs Indicate that it probablywill 16 Gregorys, 15 Benedicts, 14
by bus or train on 1 expose youngster to such marriage cases which must be
be Benedict, Clement, Clements, 13 Innocents and Friday eat meat? t dangers to Faith. submitted to the diocesan tribunal .

Gregory, John, Leo or Pius. No Leos, 12 Piuses, 9 Stephens, 8 A. Hardly. Nowadays, fish Q. In to those or the parish Priest.
In other names have been taken Bonifaces and Urbans, 7 Alex ques-
GReat and other Friday foods are
'tions individual My suggestion Is that
on marriage you
by Popes for more than 200 anders and 6 Adrians. The last generally available on trains
discuss the matter with
Seven of the 12 Popes Adrian, a Dutchman, was the
years. and at bus stops. A. It is not the policy of this parish Priest.
catholic '' _
flORi6a hIStORY since 1775 have been named last non-Italian Pop e. He In the old days there might

Plus. reigned from 1522:to 1523. have been reason for eating RANGE BUT

Chapter Six serve as Interpreters. One of written by Luis Hernandez de But Pope John was the first ,The above 12 names have meat while traveling on Friday S TRUE

after his landing the patrols was led by Boltazarde Biedma the king's representa. Holy Father to use that name been used by a total of 142 but not today.Q. Little-Known Facts for

SHORTLY relative of Ca- tive on the expedition fiT h In more than six centuries. Popes.
west coast In Gallegos a e Are children usually By M. )J. MURRAY ,isss,us'.xwa s'..s....
beca de Vaca, the chronicler of Christian had lived twelve Although known as J o h n Names used by five Popes
Mayor 1539, De Soto sent out enrolled in the scapular at
Narvaez' earlier expedition to years among those Indians XXIII, he was only the 21st each are Celestine, Nicholas,
two reconnoitering patrols to the time of their first con- Ok \
Paul and Sixtus.Anastasius PwnncAL ACODCHY
these same parts. and even after he had legitimate Pope of that name.
look for Indians who couldCattotlc fession or first Holy Communion ; orsacNCit wrrr *
< ar
De Soto had learned on his been four days with us, he The fact that there have been Eugene, Honor- ? : A YEAR IH THIS LCMfLYM

arrival of a Christian who lived still could not put together a Popes known by numerals ius and Sergius have been used A. Many pastors find It appropriate I M"CIM7uRt LUlL Mii

among the Indians in one of whole sentence in Spanish higher than the number of by four Popes each, while sev to enroll children in I IHX VATICA GARDENS.

the nearby villages, and Galle He was so little acquaintedwith Pontiffs who have borne a en names have been taken by the scapular at either of these TUC MfMOCRS Of TWCACADCMY
gos was ordered to Investigate the country that he knew given name Is due mainly to three Popes 'each: Calllstus, take care i-- AST DMWM
thoroughly if such a person nothing about it farther than the fact that some of the 37 Fellx. Julius Lucius, Martin, times. They noM DlSTlMOOliHCDor
in the
of this in ceremonies a, CttHTIlTS EVeRY
existed. twenty leagues .'* antipopes false claimants to Sylvester and Victor. .
church. We can presupposethat i RACC.*MO CftftO.V .
According to report the After a time the Christianwas the papacy have taken the The following nine names -
child home >
if a little comes
Christian was one of the men able to tell his story. same name. !*' have been used twice: Adeod- from school with a scapular, a "- ---,- T L

who had accompanied the His name was Juan Ortiz. He Of the :co Popes since St. atus, Agapitus, Damascus, Priest or Sister has made sure _

IMblUhtd ever? FridayPLOHIDA expedition of Panfilo de had been enticed ashore from Peter listed In the 1963 official Gelasins Marcellns, Mar in us, that he has already been enrolled _

CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc. Narvaez' twelve years before. one of Xarvaez's ships by a Pontifical Yearbook, Pasquale, Pelaglus and Theo '
P.O. floe 3591 ntrdr S-S4S9 in it. SYML3OL OP'
1S: Fast Colonial; Drlte, OrUnd After a severe march of ten group of Indians, who then more than half have been dore. DiV/N/fl' '. ffiTh1 .
Subscription In VS.A.: and Canada days, Gallegos and his SO-man captured and enslaved him. known by one of a dozen Names used only once are, in Q. lay Catholic children .J 14t ,4URIOX IS .
|400 per rear; other countries The tribal chronological order: Peter,. clubs? R1stRVte roR mc .:., '
patrol returned. With them chieftain had set names: Innocent, Stephen, join the local boys' -,
The Florid Catholic Is a member was an "Indian" his body him to work guarding the Indian Boniface, Urban, Alexanderand Linus, Anacletus, Evaristus,, A. There are clubs, sponsored C ; ''. 1l R5OWS n5 ,- -
of the Catholic Press Associationand painted In livid colors, carryIng dead from wild beasts. On Adrian In addition to the Telesphorus, Hyginus; Anicetus -, by civic groups, which L jluiNnY C,ron.4( --

Conference the National News Catholic-nlce. Welfare Bogner a bow and arrow. Gallegos one occasion Ortiz killed a six names listed above Soter, Eleutherius, Zephyr-'provide healthy outlet for ,i T' 1.rstD_VIRGDI.'), s----: -

and Martin publishers represent reported to De Soto that he had wolf that had carried off the The last pontiff to use a inus, Pontian, Anterus, Fabian, young boys and girls.

tl\e.May It Entered 195' as at second Orlando.class Florida mall found this "Indian- a point body of a child. Despite this name not In the top 12-Paul Cornelius, Dionysius, Eutych.- However, would be wrong
under the Act of March 3, 1175. some eight leagues ((24 miles) act, Ortiz was eventually condemned V-reigned from 1005 to 162L Ian, Cams, Marcellinus, Euse- to join a club associated with _
Inland, and that when the to die. In all 79 names have been bias, Melchlades, :Mark Libe-'a no n-Catholic association. 1 ., : _
EB "Indian" became frightened of Before the execution could used by the Popes, but only 30 rius, Sirldus, Zoziraus, Hilary,. Catholics sponsor youth groups TOUM NOs/EUtT/ flu

Father Vincent X. Smltk the Spaniards, he had called take place, he had escaped to have been In use in the last Simpliclus, Symmachus, Horrnlsdus -. in order to keep their children VOAf AM IftlM .- JfI Ifl : .r -

Executive Editor out to the Holy Virgin to be a neighboring tribe where he thousand yea r s. Forty-three Silverius, Vigilius, Sa-. close to the church and offer cLLYPtArtetv); rniu ill i'1.: :JA, U1MlJ.1JnRrI'

Editors' _Mark: 311.A..JI Jane rUwlcJeeph UuU spared.De' found refuge. It was in the Popes, Including St. Peter, have binlan, Severinus, Vita I Ian,,, occasions for spiritual as well ;JUlII4..1t'J11I\\ SrNJDr 5ZDZxiii '"

:::: A. R.lrr .&>to agreed with Galle-village of this tribe that De had names used only once. The Donus Agatho, Conon, Skin- as physical development. A ltDlCi'4L
-..Adnrtitoinc--....-- ) anagerFridayrJune gos:.this was no Indian. This Soto's patrol found him' last was Pope Landon whose nius, Constantine, Zachary, Val- Non-Catholic churches, likewise : III IcTIIT:
-.-- was a Spanish Christian. > .(Set Week: pontificate lasted from 913 to entine, Formosus, Rom a nus'and ; sponsor youth groups for ML.4AfD.
14 1963
A report on the Incident was Dt"Soto Motes Inland) 911. Landon-NCWC. the purpose, of spreading their UT55ATURE. -

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The Florida Catholic Friday, rune 14, 1963 Page Five

Sacred College Comprising 82 Cardinals -......_ ..,.... 111 ___
I ,

To Elect Successor of Pope John XXIII \Mass Guide]!

SUNDAY, June 16

1 NCWO News Service Portugal; 2 from Canada; 2 the Vatican administrativestaff 72; Paul Marie Cardinal Rl- 2nd Sunday after Pentecost.

There are 82 members in from Argentina; 1 from Africa; Italian, 64; chaud, Archbishop of Bor- kr (Mass of Sunday, Gloria,

the College of Cardinals who 1 from Austria; 1 from Aus Amleto Cardinal Cicognanl, deaux, French, 76; Jose Cardi- F d < Creed, Preface of Trinity).

may meet in conclave to electa tralia; 1 from Armenia; 1 from papal secretary of state, Italian, nal Bueno y Monreal, Arch-
successor to Pope John Belgium; 1 from Chile; 1 from 80; Manuel Cardinal Goncalves bishop of Seville, Spanish, 58; 17

XXIII. Of these: China; 1 from Colombia; 1 from Cerejeira patriarch of Lisbon, Franziskus Cardinal Koenig, St. Gregory' Barbarlcl. (:Massof

The of the Ecuador; 1 from Holland; 1 Portuguese, 75; Achilla Cardinal Archbishop of Vienna, Aus a confessor-Bishop, Gloria,

college is average age from Hungary; 1 from India; 1 Lienart, Bishop of Lille, trian, 57; Julius Cardinal Common Preface).
slightly than
more from Ireland; 1 from Japan; 1 of Munich
72 years. French, 79; Murllio Cardinal Doepfner, Archbishop MONDAY, June 18
from Mexico; 1 from Peru; 1 Fossati, Archbishop of Turin, and Freislng, German, :50;
Twenty Cardinals are St Ephraem. Mass of a doo
from the
Philippines 1 from
; Italian, 87 Paolo Cardinal Marella, prefectof
than 80 years of age; 34 be- Poland; 1 from Scotland; 1 ; the sacred congregation of 4 >, tor, Gloria, 2nd prayer of Sts.
tween 70 and 80 17 between Ignace Cardinal Tappounl, Mark and Marcellbnus, Com
from Syria; 1 from Uruguay; 1 the Basilica of St. Peter, Ital- t g< _
60 and 70; 10 between 50 and from Venezuela. patriarch of Antioch 0 f the mon Preface).

60; 1 under 50.Twenty.elght. Syrians, Syrian, 84; Santiago ian, 68; _

Forty-five were created Cardinal Copello, Chancellor of ,Gustayo Cardinal Testa, 'L'a i s 7Y6# R! WEDNESDAY, June 19

i are from Italy; Cardinal by Pope JohnXXIII the Holy Roman Church, Ar member of the Vatican administrative St. Juliana Falconierl. (Massof

8 from France; 7 from Spain; ; !9 by Pope Pins XII; staff Italian 76
gentinian, 83; Pierre Cardinal ; a virgin not a :Martyr,

5 from the U.S.; 3 from Germany 8 by Pope Plus XI. Gerlier, Archbishop of Lyons, Albert Cardinal Meyer, Arch. Gloria, 2nd prayer of Sts.

i' ; 3 from Brazil; 2 from Thirty-two of the Cardinalsare French, 83; bishop of Chicago, American Gervase and Protase, Com

on the administrative staff Gregorio Cardinal Agagian- 60; Lnigi Cardinal Traglia, 1Aa mon Preface).

i of the Church In Rome, while pro-vicar general for Rome,
ORLANDO ian, prefect of the sacred congregation
50 are Ordinaries of archdioceses for the propagationof Italian, 68; i THURSDAY, June :0

and dioceses throughoutthe the Faith Armenian, 68; Peter Cardinal Doi, Archbishop -- -- -- -- ---- Pope St. Silverlus. (Mass ofa

I WINTER PARK world.Of James Cardinal* McGulgan, of Tokyo, Japanese, 70; BLESSED FOR U.S., MOTHER SETON Supreme Pontiff, Gloria,

the latter, Jozsef Cardinal Archbishop of Toronto, Canad- Joseph Cardinal Lefebre, Archbishop In the presence of Pope John XXHI, (on December 18,1959, above), Consignor Common Preface; or Mass of

Mindszenty, Primate of Hun- lan, 69; Clement Cardinal of Bourges, French, 71; Enrico Dante read the decree declaring the American Sister foundress, Mother Eliza preceding Sunday, 2nd prayerof

RAY MEARS gary, is impeded in the exer- Roques, Archbishop of Rennes, Bernard Cardinal A If rink, beth Ann Bayley Seton, "Venerable" in ceremonies in the Vatican's Clementine Hall. Pontiff, Common Preface).

JEWELERS ing cise in of the his office American and embassyin is resid- French, 83; Archbishop of Utrecht, Dutch, Seated on the right were American Cardinals, Alois Cardinal Muench and Albert FRIDAY, June :1Sat'rrd

Carlo Cardinal de Vascon- 62; Rufino Cardinal Santos, Cardinal Meyer. This saintly woman is the first native U.S. citizen ,to be called, Masson
and Thomas Car. Heart of Jesus. (
Locally Owned and Operated ByP. Archbishop of Manila, Filipino, blessed the Catholic Church and beatified March 17 1963 John.
P. a SUSAN NCRSET dinal Tien S.V.D. is exiled cellos Motta, Archbishop of 54 by was on ,. by Pope Friday after the Octave

11 Tears la the Archdiocese Sao Paulo, Brazilian, 73; Norman ;
Jewelry Bailncii from of
Laurlan Cardinal Rugambwa, of Corpus Christi, In frontof
Peking, China. Cardinal Gilroy, Arch- Holy Father Privately Entombed
Bishop of Bukoba Tanganyi- most missals, for feast
The Cardinals In order of bishop of Sydney, Australian,
What Price 67 Francis Cardinal Spellman, kan, 50; Joseph Cardinal Ritter, Gloria. Creed, Preface of Sacred
their rank and their ;

Eugene Cardinal Tisserant ages are:, Archbishop of New York, Archbishop, 70; Jose of Humberto St. Louis, American Cardinal In Crypt at St. Peter's BasilicaBy Heart),

I dean of the sacred college and American, 74; Jamie Cardinalde
Peaceof Quintero, Archbishop of SATURDAY, June 22
Barros Camara, Archbishopof
prefect of the sacred congregation Monsignor James I. Tucek
Caracas. Venezuelan, 60; St. Paulinns. (Mass of feast,
Rio de Janeiro
of ceremonial French, 79; Brazilian, VATICAN CITY (NC)The mortal remains of Pope John XXIII were entombedin
Clemente Cardinal M I car a, 69; Enrique Cardinal Pla y Luis Cardinal Concha, Arch- Gloria, Common Preface)..
Mind? of Colombian the crypt of St. Peter's Basilica at the end of a phenomenal three days and two
Denlel bishop Bogota, ,
Archbishop of Toledo,
vicar general for Rome, Italian, 71; Jose Cardinal Da Costa nights of veneration. An estimated two million mourners had crowded into the basilica SUNDAY, June 23
84; Giuseppe Cardinal Pizzardo, ; Nunes, member of Vatican administrative and into St Peter's Square through the days and nights for one last. .glimpse.. of the 3rd Sunday after Pentecost.
prefect of the sacred, congregation Joseph Cardinal F r In g s, -

Ttr.e l.v.lyI of seminaries and univer- Archbishop of Cologne, German staff, Portuguese, deceased Pontiff. sacristy and went In procession eulogy which he read earlier Mass of Sunday, Gloria
L..ea i. Ildebrando Cardinal An- At 5 Thursday June 6,
83 p.m. ,
I rte.. sities, Italian, 86; 76; Jozsef Cardinal ; to the high altar before in the ceremony was placed ina Creed, Preface of Trinity).
toniutti, member of the Vatican the basilica was cleared of
25' Benedetto Cardinal Alolsl Mindszentjr, Archbishop of which the Pope's body lay In lead tube container and also
: : administrative staff, ital- mourners. Half an hour later,
T1' Masella, prefect of the sacred Esztergom (impeded in his state. put at his feet.
ian, 64 Efrem Cardinal Forni, the Pope's body was broughtto
congregation of sacramental office), Hungarian, 71; Er ; As the choir sang the lIs- The first and public part of Moving
member of the Vatican administrative the top steps of the basilicato "
1k : discipline, Italian, 84; Giuseppe nesto Cardinal Ruffini, Arch. staff, Italian, 74; be viewed by those packed erere, Archbishop Pericle 1 the ceremony was now com- Well gladly forward "Tho Florida

+ Thoi who buy diamonds by Cardinal Ferretto, member of bishop of Palermo, Italian, 75; Landazuri into the FeUd, vicar general 0 f the pleted. All left the basilica Catholic" to your new address.Let's .
Juan Cardinal square.At
I p rice alone must not bt : Antonio Cardinal Caggiano, Vatican chapter and secretary and only those remained who haro both the old sod the
Ricketts O.F.M., Archbishop of 5:30 when the body new one (with tho name of the
of the differ p.m.
aware Archbishop of Buenos Aires of the ecumenical
general were to take part in the private parishes respectively. If poitlbU.)
I tncts la value of diamonds Argentinian Lima, Peruvian, 49; Raul Car- appeared on the front steps,
Children'sClothes 74; council, officiated in impartingfinal entombment.
that look "almost alike".To Ii dinal Silva Henriquez, S.D.B., the big bell of St. Peter'sbegan ceremony

i assure peace of mind, the Thomas Cardinal Tien, Archbishop of Santiago, Chi- to toll. A voice announced absolution to the body. Previously, Popes were
I wise choose a jeweler of Line S.V.D., (exiled) Archbishop of Cardinal Suenens Archbishop Enrico Dante, buried immediately from the JACKSONVILLE
ti lean, 55; Leo over the loudspeakerto !
good imputation and place Peking, Chinese, 72; Augusto prefect of papal masters of cer- center of the aisle into the
Finest in ClothingFor Archbishop of Malines-Brussels the people in the :
I thtir trust in his integrity.cvltomt" Cardinal da Silva, Archbishopof emonies, removed the miter beneath, their body being
Our are the gain- Girls & Boys Belgian, 58; Alfredo Car "The remains of the Pope of
from the head.
Salvador, Brazilian, 87; Va- Pope's lowered through an openinginto
trs every time. Choose herewith 20t% Edcewater Dr. GA 4-773J dinal Ottaviani, secretary of Charity, of Goodness and of
lerio Cardinal Valeri, prefectof The body was then lifted the crypt in front of the 'O.O'D.'SffCHAHCSAL
I confldtnct. the sacred congregation of the out
Qi i are being brought
the sacred congregation of from the bier and placed in main altar.
office, Italian, 72 Alberto for final
holy ; a colloquy"The
Herman J. Heidrich religious, Italian, 79; Pietro di Jorio the first of three coffins- Only last year Pope Johnaltered ST1ER
i Phone GA 2-3(52 Cardinal propresidentof body was carried out ona lead and walnut ROOM
Cardinal Ciriaci, prefect of the cypress the regulation to
& Sons sacred congregation of the the pontifical commissionfor kind of stretcher b y the placed at its side.
the actual entomb
the State of Vatican City, "
Growers and Shipper council, Italian, 77 "bussolanti, the functionarieswho After Pope John's body was
; rivateljr.
IHI. ment to be performed l> -
Italian 78
or r.Bey Fruit and Vegetable Maurice Cardinal F e 1 tin, ; carried the Pope in life on placed in the coffin, a Latin .
DANKEE BRAND PRODUCTS Francesco Cardinal Bracci, his portable throne.A his life ( )
i g Ave. Archbishop of Paris, French, member of the Vatican admin- eulogy summarizing A procession now formedto &j BROILEDSTEAKS :

80; Carlos Cardinal de la Torre, crowd of about 50,000 per- was read by Monsignor Amleto the coffin out of the
istrative staff, Italian, 83; carry
in the jostled to Tondini, of briefs to loot .f I leaver St.' MadartKI.
Archbishop of Quito, Ecuado- sons square secretary
Francesco Cardinal Roberti, church and into the crypt. It 4-1136
rian get a good view. The whole princes. It said, in the wordsof
89 Giuseppe Cardinal Sir,
I WSDQNUT4I ; prefect of the supreme tribunalof was exactly 6:47: p.m., about an
about 20 min the that "the
Archbishop of Genoa, Italian, prpcedure took
t the 'ap6 toli signature, ital- hour and a half.after the Pope'sbody
57 James Francis Cardinal McIntyre utes. An honor guard of the Lord widened his heart with
; shown to the faithfulin
ian 73 Andre Cardinal Jullien, was a4 termitesyear'0j1
\ Delicious New ;
England Archbishop of Los Angeles Palatine and Swiss Guards and joy, so wide was his life for St. Peter's Square.
j member of the Vatican admin-
1. Hand-Cut Donnts "
Style American, 76; Giacomo istrative staff, French, 80 Ar- chamberlains of Cape and men. According to directives Is-
,' WORLD'S FINEST CUP OF COFFEEAT Cardinal Lercaro, Archbishopof ; Sword accompanied the body. After this, the "rogito." the workWn
the of
cadio Cardinal La r r a 0 n a sued by prefect papal
OUR DUNK BAR Bologna, Italian, 71 Inside the church, candles official notarial act of burial,
i ; C.M.F. prefect of the sacred ceremonies, the body was now tQ-.
I 2215 E COLONIAL DRIVEORLANDO Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski, congregation of Rites, Spanish, still burned around the bier. was read by Monsignor Nicolo placed in the two remaining

GA 3-9182 Archbishop of Gneizno and 75 On the rails of the main altar Metta. As this was being read, coffins and wheeled through a d

i Warsaw, Polish, 62; Benjamin ; and on the floor in front of it the Cardinals, about 30 in all, side door 0 f the basilica a

iI Cardinal de Arriba y Castro, Francesco Cardinal Mo- were mountains of flowers removed their birettas and called the Santa. Marta door call -- e:

I THOMSON Archbishop of Tarragona, Span- rano, member of the Vaticanadministrative brought by the faithful. passed by the body to pay their and Int' the crypt beneath the I
& McKINNONIN staff, Italian,
last and it their
ish, 77 Fernando Cardinal homage give
; Paul Cardinal Leger, Arch- basilica. There the three lids
90 William Cardinal Heard,
i ; .
Quiroga y Palacios, Archbishopof bishop of Montreal, was seen blessing.At were placed on the three coffins m
ORLANDO SINCE 1924 member of Vatican administrative .
the head of the open for the .h..f Your homo
Santiago de Compostela, to weep openly, as were several and sealed.
staff Scottish, 79
coffin stood cleric with a
Member New York Stock Spanish 63 a
Exchange ; Bishops seated behind the Car-
I Augustin Cardinal Bea SJn processional cross, flanked by
Paul Emile Cardinal Leger, dinals. .
< -
and other principal exchanges president of the secretariat acolytes with candles resting
Archbishop of Montreal Ca- for promoting Christian Inside the basilica, the ceremony .EA5T'E LlN G 'PHARMACYKKLl
I nadian 59 Valerian Cardinal on the floor. On either side
CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2-7183 ; otentombment'
unity, German, 82; proceeded of the coffin stood five Noble .
Gracias of Bombay
Archbishop \III.K I'Kr-siKirTIO' XfcKtICK
Antonio Cardinal B a c c I, in private, as Vatican Radio
Indian, 62; Giovanni Car- Guards with their Drug Cosmetic. Clear sad Caaiera DepartmealsFree
r member of the Vatican administrative narrated the ceremony in many plumed helmets and scarlet Pickup and Delltery JLaarhroa and Soda Bar
dinal Montini, Archbishop of lost Blandinr Bled KV i-07JI. 8-07J3:
staff, Italian, 77; Mi- languages.The jackets. Ranked on the stepsof
Milan, Italian, 65; Giovanni SJ1X Jammes Kd. 77I- 903I
Cardinal Urbani!, Patriarch of chael Cardinal Browne O.P. burial ceremony was the high altar were other >. Q. :KASTERLING Owaer-Maaafer

member of the Vatican admin performed in two parts: the ministers of the ceremony,
Venice, Italian, 63;
i istrative staff, Irish 76 and In the basilica
Fernando Cardinal C en t 0, ; ceremony more Xoble Guards and the

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. ._Page Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 14, 1963I Pope's Last WishesHumility ,_ ;it'- ., Father John 'A. O'Brien '
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j VATICAN CITY-The text of the will of Pope John ,XXIH follows:
you want to win a convert for Christ? If so, invite
1 Spiritual Testament and Last
.JIi 1p Wishes (dated Venice, To my beloved family of the to come with you to Sunday Mass, briefing him
flesh, from whom I did not in its If he can't for Mass
# June 29, 19M Vice President beforehand on meaning. come ,
fact receive
any bring him to any of the other services or; simply for a visit
the point of presenting I can leave only Heads DelegationWASHINGTONNCVice
I ON a very to the Church. God dwells therein and He blesses all who PALMS
to the Lord 'One great and a very special bless-
enter in of and Such visit will
spirit reverence
a a
who created .
.' and Triune, me ing, with exhortation that President Lyndon B. 'John.
... and redeemed me and wishedto it preserve that fear of God son, ha* been appointed to frequently kindle an interest in the Church, which will 14EA&oIlAIMaynurd

., have me as His Priest 'and which made it so dear and be- head the {;'.S. delegation ultimately lead him to join. A MQDfRNtfUNSRAl HOME
nate Son of God, founded the
.. Bishop, who showered me with loved, to me. which will attend a Pontifical This is illustrated in the A. hOlt AC tyf
Church for the salvation Dyryeo
unending blessings, I entrust That family, though simple Requiem Mass for Pope John conversion of Paul Aoyama of
:. my poor soul to his mercy; I and modest without 'shame, is XXIII in St.. Peter's basilica, Shibata-shi, Japan, now a So- of the people of every 649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862.6503

: humbly beg His pardon for my my only real title of nobility.I Vatican City, on June 17. ciety of the Divine Word land.We ST PETERSBURG
were baptized by Father
I sins and for my shortcomings.I have always helped it in its President Kennedy also Priest studyingin
; Staub and made our first Holy
offer to Him the little good most urgent needs, as a poor named to the U.S. delegation Rome, as he
.,. that with His help I have succeeded man to the poor but without James A. Fancy, New York, relates his : Communion. Joy flooded my -
soul. Then Jesus called me to BEACH MEMORIAL
GOVERNOR AWARDS SARASOTA ESSAYIST in doing.,though Imperfect -taking it out of its honorableand : former Postmaster' General; story: I was the
Priesthood. I
holy want
I Florida's Governor Farris Bryant recently presented and poor, for His glory, contented poverty. I pray George X. Sinister! assistantto reared, as a CHAPEL
to make myself an effecth.eInstrument I4.ak SCO-SIIT
I; Miss Barbara Zilles of Cardinal Mooney High School in for the service of the Holy and will always pray that it the president of the Uni- staunch B u ddhist to win for Christ tit. r.t..b.r

Sarasota with the third place award for her essay in a Church, for the edification of may prosper, happy as I am to Tcrsity of Xotre Dame, and and expected thousands of pagans in Japan, SEMINOLE BEACH

state-wide writing contest. State Superintendent of my 'brothers begging Him see in the ,new and vigorous Dr. Benjamin Mays a Negro to live MEMORIAL CHAPELSt.
and heading ,that list are
Schools Thomas Bailey (left) attended the presentation finally to receive me, as a Good offspring the steadfastness and Baptist ,clergyman and president and die in that'religion. father and mother. my F.t.riburg Itl.un

a In Tallahassee.Catholics. and Pious Father, among His faithfulness to the religious, of Morchoose College, I I'
saints into blessed eternity.I traditions of our father which Atlanta. knew virtually

Support Public I \ profess wholly once will always be its fortune. The U.S. delegation to the nothing"'1.._=_.1__of__the 1-:.__ __ ..1.1."unSUdU .... KYLE-McLELLAN INC.
: again my Christian and cath- My most,fervent wish is thatno funeral rites for Pope Pius \ religion anu uiuugniof

olic Faith, my adherence and member of my family and XII included the late Secre- it as utterly alien to our FUNERAL DIRECTORS

Schools: Msgr. Hochwalt subservience to the Holy, Apos- relatives may ever lack the joy tary of State John Foster people. 17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLE
tolic and Roman Church, and of the final eternal meeting. Dulles; Mrs. Clare Booth One day I was coming home EL 3-3966 Continuous Service Sine 1856

; .- my perfect devotion and obed-' Departing, as I trust, on the Luce, former Ambassador to from school with two friends.
MIAMI demands
(NC-Loyalty) that "Catholic educa-
ience to, its august head, the road of Heaven, .I. ,salute and Italy, and John A. McCone We were passing St. Augus.tine's -
tion must take first place" in the minds and hearts of
Supreme Pontiff, whom it was thank and bless the many whoso who was chairman '0 f the Catholic Church, con-
Catholics but they also must have an active interest in my great honor to representfor successfully formed my Atomic Energy ,Commission, ducted by the Divine Word Fa Atngton VernoiafChape&? Jnc.
the public school system, Monsignor Frederick G. Hoch- thers. One of friends, Mr.
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alf we are to develop posi. annual commencement of and who wished to have me in at Venice-and who were my papers to his sister Sumi, who CLEARWATER-LARGO AND GULF BEACHES

tive attitudes toward American Barry College. Monsignor Venice as Cardinal and patri- fellow countrymen, benefactors was a catechist there. When 11590.Alt.: '19 Ph. 8914)111) 584-7611

-- education," the Priest William Barry of Miami arch, and whom I have always c colleagues, pupils, collaborators and favorite protector; ,in the, she came to the door she in-

said, "then we should want Beach, a founder of' the followed with sincere affection, friends, acquaintances, name of Sts. Peter, John the' vited us'to come In' for a little

public education to be as goodas women's college, presided. apart from every dignity con Priests, laymen, Religious and Baptist, Mark, Lawrence:: Jus, visit.We
It can be or ought to be. ferred upon me. nuns and those to whom I have tinian and Pius X. Amen. entered and Sum! took us

: "Both public and private education Monsignor Hochwalt, the di- The sense of my littleness been, by the designs of Providence In 1957, Pope John added it' on a little tour through the

are here to stay and if rector of the Education Depart- and nothingness has always though unworthily, his own hand: Church, explaining' the paint-

: they cannot be cozy and completely ment, National Catholic Welfare kept me good company, keep brother, father and pastor. These pages which have been' ings and statues. She, then told FUNERAL DIRECTORS

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generally similar enterprise, Conference, affording me the joy of devoting person from all those 'I met on my absolute will in the case Testament and pictures which

they must at the very least coexist education forms one-twelfth of myself as best I couldto the way have made my-life of my sudden death. illustrated them.I .

under some truce prefer- the, total picture In America, the constant practice of serene. I will remember, on the Later, in 1961, he added: was interested in the

ably unarmed, so that the gen- while the bulk of elementaryand obedience and charity for threshold of death each,and all Under the dear and confident' stories and pictures and JOHN S. RHODES JR.

oral well-being of this land of secondary education is souls and to the interests of those who have preceded me auspices of, Mary, my'heavenly' touched by her kindness in

._ 'urs can be maintained." carried on by the public the Kingdom of Jesus, my on the last journey, as well as mother, to whose name today' I taking so much time to give FUNERAL DIRECTOR

The educator spoke, June schools.SCHOOLS. Lord and my all. those who will survive and liturgy (September 12)) is sacred -. u!* a little insight Into the '
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To Him be all glory; may follow me. May they pray for
my only reward be His mercy. me. my age, I hereby lay down and to return at any time.

You are my all, my Lord. You I will reciprocate their renew my ,testament, cancelingall : A week later I was reading a
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For further particulars address: Sister Directress given: edification. I feel that I for all. But my sons of Venice the circumstances with which I catechetical instruction, but to
the the Lord pleases 'to send her to I study our lessons and do our
have nothing to forgive any -the last given to me by
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Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard. Tampa. Florida. would have done rightly, or ually, clergy and laity without offering my daily sacrifice.For catechism, suggesting that we

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Born poor, but of honorableand out exception as members of Jesus of all my faults and of studying we were doing. We

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and day school for girls, on shores of beautiful my simple and modest life In the hour'of my farewell, Lord.I The story reached a thrill-
Lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited. New for the service of the poor and or rather au revoir, I ,once renew integrally and fervently ing climax with His death

buildings. All sports, music, art, dramatic!'! Directed by to Holy Church which nurturedme. more point out to all whatI my profession of Catholic upon Calvary's cross. "Greater

Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address! : Registrar, most worthy in life: Jesus Apostolic and Roman love than this," He had UDlIa

ROSARIAX ACADEMY WEST PALM BEACH Appearances of comfortable Christ; the Holy Church; her Faith. said, "no one has, that one

circumstances often concealed Gospel; and in the Gospel,. Among all the various forma I lay down his life for hi. "

hidden thorns of afflicting poverty above all, the Lord's Prayer d' symbols with which the! friends" (John 15.13)). Jesus
HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN and prevented me from (Pater Xoster) In the !spirit Faith expresses itself, I prefer not only proclaimed this -r Br lultaU..
always giving with the generos- and heart of Jesus and the, the priestly and pontifical t ideal in words bnt He ex. '-

ANTONIO ity which I have wished.I Gospel; truth and kindness, Creed of the Mass the most; emplified it under ciicum-

Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters thank God for this graceof the mild and benign 'kindness vast'and' melodious elevationas stances which make Ills crucifixion .

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Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 14, 1963 j .. : Cardinals Gather For
Papal Goals x ;1..

Present Conclave is 5th \ eJ': _
Stressed In ';''. First General Meetings

Attended by U.S. PrelatesBy Milan Mass ;), }r VATICAN CITY (NC)The first meeting of Cardinals _

i't, since the death of Pope John XXIII was presided over by

)1 I L A X (XC) Catholics < ,> w Eugene Cardinal Tisserant, Dean of the Sacred College.It .

Thomas E. Kissling should not look back to the per- was attended by all Cardinals of the Roman curia-the

NCWC Xews Service son who was Pope John XXIII Church's central administrative staff at the Vatican-

Members of the Sacred College of Cardinals will meet in solemn conclave June 19 "but toward the horizon whichhe except Francesco Cardinal Bracci and Carlo Cardinal

to elect anew Pope. The door to their meeting place in the Vatican will be sealed behind opened before the Church Chiarlo.
and history," Giovanni Cardi- 1'k lead or wax seals of all his of.
them and they will not Also present were, two non-
American Cardinal ficial documents. A seal is
maximum of 18 days. Pope Pius Again no nal Montini declared during a
curial Cardinals Achille Car-
emerge until their task is .XII in his apostolic constitu- was present for the election Requiem Mass here. : made for each Pope and is destroyed -
dinal Lienart, Bishop of Lille,
completed.This tion of December 8, 1945 "Va- of Pope Pius XI on Feb- The Cardinal Archbishop of Cardinal at his death.

event will be the 79th of cantis Apostolic Sedis," reformed ruary 6, 1922. For the second Milan: told 30,000 people: France and Alfonso The Cardinals' oathr as
its kind in the history of the Castaldo, Archbishop of Naples. taken in accordance with the
the entire body of rules time Cardinal O'Connell lost "Should we wish to keep our
Church. It is called "conclave" governing the conclave. his race across the Atlantic.In eyes fixed on the tomb whichis r Assisting the Cardinals at laws governing an inter

from the Latin words meaning Because of the legislation his first audience with the now sealed, we could speakof their first meeting of the period so- regnum. It must be taken at

"with key." decreed by Pins XI and Pius new Pope he spoke of his disappointment what he has left us, which called interregnum. -the the first general meeting by

The length of conclaves has XII, the American and other and Pins that tomb cannot hold; of the PRESENCE TO SET PRECEDENT between the death of a Pope all Cardinals present and by

varied, but in recent years they Cardinals living at great dis changed the regulations, extending -- spirit which he instilled Into Monsignor Pio Benincasa of the Vatican Secretariatof and the election of his successor Fran- each Cardinal arriving later so
have been' brief. Pope John were Archbishop that all'will have taken it before
tance now able to the time. which death cannot
are journeyto our age
State was at the Rome airport during the week to cesco Carpino, Secretary of the
XXIII was elected within four a conclave in time to par- But even with this extensionof suffocate, and we would be greet the arrival of Laurean Cardinal Rugambwa Arch- of Cardinals entering the conclave.It .
Sacred College ;
days-on the 12th ballot. ticipate In the voting.In deathof obliged to predict the futurewhich requires Cardinals to
the tme between the
bishop of Bukova, Tanganyika. He will be the first Archbishop Enrico Dante, Pre-
immediate predecessor, Pope 1878 at the election of a Pope and the opening ofa springs forth from him, promise to obey all laws governing -
Pius XII elected in 1939 in Negro Cardinal to take part in a papal election. fect of the Pontifical Mastersof
; was Pope Leo XIII, John Cardinal conclave to elect another rather than describe his past. the interregnum, to defend -
20 hours. It was the shortest of New The Cardinal said that ; the freedom of the Church
McCloskey, Archbishop Cardinal O'Connell nearly Pope
Cardinale, Chief of Protocol
conclave since 1623. York and America's first and missed the opening of the John "outlined certain paths Obligation to Share Food Jgino of the Papal Secretariatof during the interregnum to

The first conclave or closed only Cardinal then, did not arrive -conclave that elected Pope which It will not only be wiseto preserve the secrecy of the
meeting, the longest on record, remember but to follow." State, and several pontifical conclave, and to proceed with
In time to vote, but was Pius XII on March 2,1939. The Emphasized by Bishop of ceremonies.
was held at Viterbo, Italy. masters the election of new Pope ac
present for the coronation on Cardinal was in Nassau when He added: "Can we turn During the meeting the
Pope Clement IV had died March 3, 1878. he received word on February aside from the path he the cording to the best interests of
WASHINGTON (NC) Auxiliary Bishop Philip M. Cardinal iire "lit look
there. November 29, 1268, and Church.
First American Cardinal future the
to 10 that Pius XI had died, and opened so boldly to religious oath document
rules then in force Hannan of Washington told World Food Congress dele- interregnum read
requiredthe : in time to attend
the Arriving;
vote in a papal election was the had first to return to the U.S. history, that of John,'
meeting had to be held Archbishop of Baltimore, universality of the Catholic gates attending a Mass here that the Food and Agriculture left by Pope the Cardinals' second meeting .
Phi 1
where the former Pope had James Cardinal Gibbons who Cardinal a delphia's Dougherty andChicago's faith? That of Roman ecumenism Organization's motto "Fiat Panis" (Let there be bread) set the date for the beginningof andeonCIae were liacomo Cardinal
the mourning period
died. The 18 Cardinals present was present for both the election Archbishop George is a ringing challenge to concerted action against hunger.The and Pope JA'J''aroJ''hbl bol} of Bologna -
deliberated two years nine and coronation of Pope Cardinal Mundelein had He explained that the late Bishop preached at the ; ; Paul mile: Cardinal
John's fisherman's rill
: ;:
months and two days before St. Pius X in August, 1903. reached New York in time to Pope added to the heart and Mass, offered for the congress Hailing the work of the Cardinal Tisserant destroyed Lt'Jtf'rrt'hbl>hop of Montreal .

electing Gregory X as Pope on At the election of Pope Bens depart on the liner Rex on the work of the internal ec- delegates by Archbishop Egidio World Food Congress, whichIs the ring with a hammer. Thefisherman's ; and Julius Cardinal
September 1, 1271. dict XV 3 umenism external ecumenism sponsored by the FAO, the ])ot"pfnt'rJ''hblshop of Munich
on September 1914 February 11, reaching Rome in ; Vagnozzi, Apostolic Delegate ring is never worn
The Pope they finally elected John Cardinal Farley, Arch- time for the election. Cardinal to reunite the many separated the U. S., in St. Matthew's cathedraL Bishop' said the motto "Let and FreMnjc, Germany.At ; .
and is more accurately
Gregory X, lost no time there be bread" is "a com- by a Pope the second meeting the
bishop of New York, was the! O'Connell arrived at Naples on Christian fractions' within the Representatives from described as a seal bearingthe
in setting forth the proce mand, crusade and prayer"to Cardinals received several doc
only American present. He the Neptunia on March 1, and organic unity of faith. some 100 countries are attend : reigning Pope's n a m e
dures to be followed in future help provide food for the uments from the sacred con
was traveling' in Switzerland the
hastened by auto to Rome. He ing congress. which is impressed into the
elections, and stipulating thata Canadian Rector millions of people in the gregations of the Roman curia
when Pius X died on August 20, was the last of the 62 Cardinalsto Bishop Hannan said in his
conclave cannot adjourn 1914. On the day after the arrive reaching the conclave HOME (NO -Father Rod world who are hungry or undernourished. and the die of the papal seal
until U elected. sermon that "we are commanded -
a Pope Pope's death, Cardinal Gibbons chamber less than hour be- erick MacKenzie S.J., a Cana- Pontiff's Reign from the Apostolic Chancery
Decrees of succeeding Pontiffs -and Boston's William Cardinal dian Scripture scholar, has by Christ, in justice and The challenge Is so over- It also received the seal which
retained this basic rule fore the doors were locked. It love to share goods and is of that on the fisher
O'Connell had sailed from New been named rector of Rome's our whelming he stated, "that a copy
and added others as the times York to Naples, landing the was the first time that threeU. Pontifical Biblical Institute, a our means of production with scattered efforts by individualmen Paves Way For man's ring from the Office for

demanded. Pope Clement VII very day Pope Benedict was .S. Cardinals voted in a papal leading center of Catholic the needy, and especially with by individual institutions, Apostolic Briefs of the Papal
(1523-1534)) decreed that all fu : Christian Secretariat of State.
elected. election. Scripture research. the hungry. or by individual nations are

tureelections, be held in Rome. _,_ __ .,_ ___ '-.. ".""_ U. _,._> .. "
> > m LL uL u' u'' 'm' '' <' not sufficient.
Pius X ((1903-1914)) abolished "Fj,, '. i ffv: nR' C : ;
,: J ::! ;
; One)
: : (Continued from Pace
the veto power of monarchsover : ; "In,view of the rapidly growing LOUIS W. PETERSON
interim Pope, history proved
t population, he continued,,, \Krnli for
papal elections followinghis ". "providing daily bread to the: them wrong. Pope John will rllnjr Ilron, !...
election. The newlyelectedPope )rk-Millrr: CandU O.. In*.
down as one
human family tomorrow becomes go .
decreed that excommunication I'.O. 4103: Carrollton "l HSarrmnUl a
a further challenge ol of the greatest Popes in the Win .11e0q
was to be pronounced .... .
history of the Papacy. > Orlran
such dimension, of such gravity
"ipso facto" against any Cardi- PURE ALTAR WINES
L" I that the collaboration of all is:i His summoning of the ec-'
nal who attempted to act for a
demanded.He umenical council showed that
government by casting a veto
said the "task is renderedthe l: although he was in the twilight
during a conclave.In .
difficult the i in of life his episcopacy might
his t motu proprio "Cum more by lag l; -tie--
food production among the less i; very well be the dawn of a
Proximo. March 1, 1922, Pope
developed countries of the!i new era of peace and union.
Pius XI extended the interval
world, which account for about; Pope John will be missed.His I..r..t Pre.rrlptlo.
between a Pope's death and the Fharmmrj In the SouthI
rw three-fifths of the world's
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<__ __ __ _., __ _. ._, ._..H.. ._.' Bishop Hannan lauded the> but as Bishop Alfredo Cavagna

SCHWINN BICYCLES HOLY NAME OFFICERS INSTALLED IN DAYTONA BEACH Food for Peace program, stat. the Pope's confessor, bent over

BICYCLES :Members of Our Lady of Lourdes parish Holy Name ther Daniel Sloan I.C., Daniel Naughton, guest speaker; ing that since it was started ir i him at his last moment of life,

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