The Florida Catholic

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The Florida Catholic
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Fla. Cathol
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Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Creation Date:
June 28, 1963
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
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Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
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Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.

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Paul VI


5 f To CallCouncil
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1 ff ryi.a :;.

i 4 Y.y. NCWO News Service

t 1 tile Cheers that burst from

H f the throng in St. Peter's
Square last Friday when it

4 was announced that the SO
Cardinals in conclave had

.,,. found a new Vicar of Christ,
VOL. XXIV, No. 35 Orlando, Florida, Friday, June 28, 1963 Ten Cents +t reverberated around the BUS-
penseful world.

Giovanni Battista Cardinal

Mont in I, Archbishop of

Pontiff :Milan, who has taken the
Work name of Paul VI, told the

world that acclaimed his

election that he would con-

Yys tinue the Second Vatican Eo-

Of Priest Need of AgeVATICAN umenical Speaking Council.publicly for the

first time as the Holy Father,

Pope Paul said:
CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI, in the first official audiences of his reign, 1L'lr '
k 'This will be the first
spoke on Monday to diplomats in one audience in which he promised again to work thought of the pontifical min

for peace and- he- told- -the- pastors of Rome in the other audience that the modern world istry: that it may be proclaimedever
nag more need for the Priesthood -
modern world, profane and hos- venerable institution of the louder before the world

The than evangelization any previous of age.the! tile to religion, depends chiefly parish has an indispensable that only in the Gospel of

on the clergy, Pope Paul said mission of great reality."

"Probably no age but the Pope Paul concluded ther q / xx'y cry. t See text, rage 7

present, either by nature or b audience with the Rome clergy Y "" < t

Crowd meditated intention has been by assuring them of his "pa- Jesus can the longed-for salva-

Says so historically alien and con ternal solidarity" and makings .iH. tion be found "for there is no

trary to the Priesthood and it ; "the recommendation, in a mat- -r ; other name under Heaven

AngelusVatican At religious mission," he said. "At t ter which We have greatly at given to men by which we

the same time, no age but ours; heart, that you give every as- a must be saved.

City has shown itself so needful, sistance to the young." Within hours of his election,

and, We should say, more susceptible The Roman pastors rev :F the 6Syear-old Pope Paul an

VATICAN' CITY (\C)-Pope! -opening a great hopebefore ceived in the Vatican's Clem- r:+ Y. F > I 1 .N p YT. nounced the reappointment of
Paul VI gave his first Sunday us, as it were-to the! entine Hall-were led by Cle- Amleto Cardinal Cicognanl as

noon blessing from the Vatican pastoral assistance of good and-I mente Cardinal Micara, vicar Vatican secretary of state, the
zealous Priests general of and position the Cardinal held under
palace to a cheering crowd of Rome Luigi
50,000 persons in St. Peter's;. "Not indeed that the other Cardinal Traglia, pro vicar general : '=, x ''u a7y'x the late Pope John XXIII.

square. The throng joined himin countless vocations! and func of Rome. 4 .tii't a" "r's' Pope Paul will be crowned
praying the Angelus. tions of the Church of God 1 l "We know the religious life on June 30. It la stated

Instead of appearing last should be passed over or for. of Rome fairly well since We z !3k y,. YY, .qr.7 ir'p,. q t .%A ; x that the whole rite of coronation

Sunday at the window of his gotten. Certainly not. spent 31 years of Our Priest- l- 3F' ,,,' including the :Mass, will

private apartment on the third I "And not indeed that the hood here," said the Holy Fa : k take place outside of St.
Peter's Basilica, inasmuch as
floor of the building, the Pope parochial structure can alone ther. .
pordon of St. Peter'sis
a great
appeared at a window on the provide and respond the "But We are also aware of
floor which opens from, the manifold and complex nerds the neti\:.religious needs of the R r blocked by the tiers of
nsed for the ecumenical
Pope's library in his state i of Christian' evangelization city, of the practical difficul- a seats
council sessions.
apartment where he was re and formation. ties of satisfying them and of :
ceiving Cardinals. the formidable questions created P'a r The coronation Is scheduled
"Not indeed, We hasten to
for pastoral action by the for 6 p.m. (Rome time) on Sun-
After blessing the crowd, the add that the laity, Our very
cosmopolitan character of the : r =
Pope motioned to Leo CardinalSuenens dear and most worthy Catholic s. : day.The
: city, its expansion and the invasion actual coronation rite Is
Archbishop of Ma- laity is superfluous: in the,
of all currents of modern a simple one. A choir intones
lines-Brussels, to join him at great and common effort which I
culture and morals. the majestic hymn "Corona
the window. Cardinal Suenens strives to make Christ live in l Pope Paul VI
aurea super caput ejus" (A
was in the library at the: the world. But We believe,, "It is to these that We and
Golden Crown is Placed upon
time for an audience. simply, that this ancient and I l you must devote our very
His Head). When the hymn is
first attention. finished the dean of the Sacred -

In Central Deanery "Our sojourn in Milan as College of Cardinals, Eu-

Archbishop of that city prepared world rejoices at the glad tiding that we have a Pope. gene Cardinal Tisserant, leadsin
Us for this pastoral com- the name of all our Priests and people I have already the recitation of the Lord's
Set ,
Training Opportunity parison of the sacred ministry Prayer. Then the second Cardinal

with the most characteristic ex- pledged filial homage and reverent obedience to the new Sover- Deacon, Alberto Cardinaldl ::

pression of modern life We Jorlo, removes from the
For Holy Name OfficersORLANDO ) cannot recall this period of eign Pontiff. In carrying out His exalted mission the Holy Father Pope's head the miter he has

Our humble existence without will have our unfailing support. been wearing. The first deacon,

-Central Florida Deanery officers-pastand thanking God for having Alfredo Cardinal Ottaviani, tak-

present-of the Holy Name Society will be featured l trained Us for the dialogue We love Him as our father-we pray for Him-we sustain Himin ing the tiara in both hands,

speakers here on Sunday, June 30, from 2 to 5 p.m. at a with the protagonists of the all His sacred undertakings for unity peace and salvation.We raises it over the head of the
modern world: scientists, ar- enthroned Pontiff, saying:
for leaders.
special seminar !
The special meeting in the! gram" on Sunday, pay Central[1 l tists, industrialists, business- affectionately salute in Him the High Priest Who is given to "Accept this ornate tiara of
Florida will l men and the working man, who the three crowns and remember -
Central Florida Deanery presided Deanery sponsors
over by Alfonso A. AllBerti be a dynamic one. Speakers; is rising as a giant but is still us by God to effect among men the great reconciliation.May that you are Father of

l will be held in St. Charles: have specified time allotted tc I sometimes shortsighted and God protect His Vicar on earth and prosper all His worK. Princes and Kings, Pontiff of
restless"At the World, and Vicar on this
Social Hall in Orlando.In them and the program willmove l
the order of their appear along rapidly, offering: the end of the audience Long live Pope Paul VI. earth of 0 u r Saviour Jesus

ance on the program, the information on the many facet;i the Pope gave Cardinal Micara Christ, whose honor and gloryis
Archbishop Hurley
speakers will be Father Terence of work and the spiritual goal:;; a large but unspecified sum for forever and ever."

J. the ___ ___...__
Farrelly, deanery'sspiritual i of the organization. the of Rome.. rrt..... .T. 1. .1
poor '" Y'" &- A "" ""
director; James J. .5 w .,: p.. .- :' :: ;"' ," -_ ..

McAuliffe the diocesan, first vicepresidentof UN union;; : L:" :: : : : 5 : Joyous Announcement of New Pope

Frank Cilento, past diocesan! ; ,:: : ;r ; : l.t: I

Holy Members Name of the Board executive ... Brings Cheering Throng to VaticanVATICAN

committee of the! Diocesan .'... .
Union of Holy Name Societies CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI receives the triple crown of Pope and the

will meet at the Cherry duties,, of universal pastor just 10 and a half years after he turned down the red hat of

Plaza Hotel in Orlando, on (_r jn 1.
& & "Annuntio vobis g au diu m ovation and replying with his
July 13 at 7 p.m. The 80 members of the Sacred -
magnum: Habemus papam." (I silent blessing. Then he stood
A brief rf'port111 be College of Cardinals had
announce to a great joy: with hands joined In
you prayer
given by each of the board ceremoniously sealed t h e m-
IrnIuIlImMIa! i We have a Pope). for a minute while the throng
members at this time, DanielA. selves off from the world on
roared and waved hands, hats
Xaughton, president of Wednesday evening, June 19. The Cardinal's voice, throbbing
the board announced. with emotion, continued: and handkerchiefs.
At 11:18: a.m. (6:18: a.m. EDT)
The Most Eminent and Most Then Pope Paul's strong
: Friday, scarcely 42 hours after
.. .... .. Reverend Lord, John Baptist voice intoned the first wordsof
president; Mr. Aliberti, presi """"" '-'- .., ., ..... -.- ..... w -" ; the conclave began the plumeof "
AI :: ..;:;. ": __ ; the blessing Urbi et Orb (to
dent of the deanery; John Mat white smoke rose from the
tingly and G. A. Shepp. dean ; ; =: thin stovepipe which had been At the Latin words Joannem the city and the world): "Sit
': ; ; JJ:: i'2 ;: t Baptistam a joyous acclaim nomen domini benedictum. .."
ery past presidents; and William : ; ? :: erected above the chapel to inform
: .. _
t-y; + swelled from the crowd who Three times he raised his
Heil, a past president of -- -- :;,!' ....:: 'r -''--. -. '- ____ .. __ "'- the waiting world of the
the St. Charles HN unit. election. knew now it was Giovanni right hand in blessing.

Central Florida parish Holy i Battista Cardinal M 0 n tin i, After the blessing, Paul VI
At 11:45: a.m. the great basilica's -
Name Society officers, whose: ?g *" i ? : ; Archbishop of Milan. The roar stood for a minute to receivethe
i* *
j **** *" ***i.A **'u'-' K >>a 'B8 quarter-hour bell
terms of office began this -tf+ ** >''C3Pifeyff! quickly subsided and Cardinal ovation which burst from

month and will continue chimed, a small sound in the Ottaviani picked up again: the crowd In the and
;;s ..:. _, ,, square
: -n --
through June, 19G4, are especially -. ..;-. ;' "'- :,.:.......-. ..t"5t: --, .;. -- -"" .. -. immense square reminding all 1 "Cardinal of the Holy Roman atop to outstretched arms of
'''''-.... --'- << > < -_ -_ ,, _ .. ."
invited to attend the ;:;: >-- <, __ G'o.-o.--. .. -- ""-- that time, like the Church, Church, Montini the Bernini colonnades.

seminar. -> ... ._:::i .;".:""" ''''''' :.: '''''' :-' :-'----- .. '. 'ii:A goes on. The crowd swelled to> There was more cheering be- Then came an announcementby

Speakers will outline whatIs -- "' -- '> at least 100,000. fore the Cardinal could go on
'; -
-R -- --- a prelate standing on PopePaul's
:S f -- -=-=-
expected of their parish Then the doors onto the balcony "who has taken the name Paul
& left Paul had
society, how their individual r r. opened, and the first of; VI. With this, the cheering Pope
efforts! can be best utillZf'dand ----- --- the Cardinal deacons, Alfredo became tumultuous. granted a plenary Indulgenceto

why there are- parish>> ---------IioATINu-A SFORTOFFF..nj.n AT CAMP SAN PEDRO THIS SUUIER- Cardinal Ottaviani, walked out, At 12:22, preceded by the all the faithful present and

deanery and diocesan societies Beautiful Lake Howell, north of Orlando in Seminole state champion in 19C2, is the sailing instructor in the preceded by a processionalcross. ::; 1 papal processional cross Pope to those who listened prayerfully -

of the Holy Xaine. County, forms the waterfront for Camp San Pedro, now largest sailboat. Jeff Babb skis behind John Cassady, Cheers, then hush as s Paul VI stepped onto the balcony to his voice over the air.

This "officers' training pro' in full swing for another season. Pat Larkin, junior waterfront instructor at the camp, in the motor boat. Cardinal Ottaviani proclaimed:: receiving the crowd's waves.zgz .

: I IQaga

Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, ,June 28, 1963 ,

Florida ReportsTitusville
Coming Events I

TM rolnmn |Ijatt! future hrnrflu, }1 r C. Craig
; tprrlal .mrrllnr HIM! rTfnfn of more. 1
. ono ea 1 1 nlrrrnt. ldronre e.tlre or r.t.I.r mNtl.gc will I...mln..1 9 SarasotaKOFO Contactor and Distributorfor

Rummage sale, June 28, Holy Name Academy, San ST. TERESA
Melbourne Our Lady of Antonio. { k r
Fifty-two men participatedin Metal
,. Members of the St. Teresa's
Lourdes Women's Club, spon July 5-7, men's retreat. St. p ., r Woman's Club are sponsoringa an exemplification 0 f the and Mosaic Tiles
! Leo. : second and third degree held
or.Jll 8x Buyers Bargain Shop, which
917-94th St. So 3474101FLORISTGREENHOUSES
fo 28-30
men's retreat,
St. Lro.June July 1211, men's retreat, will be open every Friday and recently at the Knights of Columbus ::

St. Leo. Saturday. The shop, which hall in Sarasota.
mimen's ti
2S-30, retreat
Academy July 12-11, women's retreat handles used and hand-made Larry Jones, State deputy of
Holy Name San
Antonio. Holy Name Academy, San r .B goods, is' located at the former the K of C and Robert Light-

Antonio. rectory on South Washington foot, district deputy, directedthe
July 545, summer festival! ; _
July 12-H, men's retreat, Street in Titusville. day's activities.The .
fish fry, July 5; St. Brendan .
Church, Oiniond Heach.Julj" St. .Joseph!' Academy;, Loretto, 4..a..w David Edens won the ,parish second'degree was given

5-7, women's retreat July 12 14, women' re. wide contest, which' was4ieldto by members of the, Sarasota IDA Lak..l.w Arr. <..

treat, Rt(, Junrih| Academy, ..*a rrr. '. select a name 'forth _council and the'third degree bya WE WIRE FLOWERS
867.:t 36"T.
Augustine, .iti + All clean and reusable items, special group,from St. P.eters- PFTER10CRnJackson's
ST. PETERSBURGFlowers July )fl.UI'tlntl'n'. retreat r such as clothing, furniture, burg.

Huljr Name. Academy, .. \j and appliances are being ac

SlrlnhJ \n, ... s .. "wtT.JINSTAJMTlON. Jacksonville
for Occas'on :.A *** e cepted. Information may/'be
July 10-21, nirn'i retreat, ShoesLadies'
Tinman's Flowers St. len, I-,OF ,NEW TORT RICIIKV ALTAR AND ROSARY SOCIETY obtained from Mrs. Eugene BeachST.

July 8B-28, women1. rf Officers of the Altar and Rosary Society of Our Lady Queen of Peace parish in Grimm Roussel Smith at 267-3332'267-4423..or Mrs. & Man'sClinic

Eonded Ficrist! treat, Holy Nnmo Academy, New Port Richey were installed recently. Pictured above at the installation, from the at PAUL Miller

Telegraph Delivery! San Antnuln, left, are Mrs, Louise Humphries, Mrs Jack Wertz, Mrs Herbert Grove, Father Peter Father James J. Heslin of Vitality-Weyenberg
3931 Centra! Ave. 8623561St. St. Paul Parish in Jacksonville
July SU3H: men' rclrcat Sweisgood$ O.S.B., Father Aloysius Pressman O.S.B., administrator of the parish; recently installed officers of Cushioned Bellaires

St. Leo, biro, William Simmons, president and Mt 8. Frank Sala. New Films the parish Women's Guild.
641! Central Ave. 8621355FREY.
Anthony's Hospital The Lay ApostlelTraditions Kttlrnrrd rrrrntlf and rUnsifir They are Mrs. Dan Stoufer,
Ion. nth 1'.I..r."urr fttrretHI. l : by the legion of Iterrnrf.Morally president; Mrs. .'Edward Bar

Mftdrrn. M rll Kiitllpprdlrn : SANTA FKAnother ; Unobjectionable barito, vice-president; Mrs.

.<.< finlleCnniluHMl by Delay College EducationBy Catholic 1 I High for General Patronage James Messinese, recording HEINZEN

lllaler..1 Ht. Kruiirl School has. been approved for FIRST SPACE SHU' TO secretary; Mrs. Thomas Dula,
A|'|>ro\f>4 by and
corresponding secretary;;
VENUS (Pan-World)
AmriIran feline of Bunront Glenn D, Kittler affiliation with the Catholic s '
CAPTAIN SIMIA1I (MGM) Mrs. Joseph McCarthy, treas-
The young man asked: "Do you know where I can find a job?" Father Steven University of America in Washington THH TRAITORS (U-I) urer. SERVICE II

looked from his desk, "What do need for ?" ho asked "Doesn't
OVER 35 YEARS OF AGE? up you a job Greg your PC Monsignor WillIam Morally Unobjectionable for
HANDS TIED father keep you busy enough on the farm" "Oh, yes," Greg said. "But I get nothing J, McDonald, rector of Adults and Adolescents OrlandoK 81. 11th Are ft*.

BECAUSETHEY f rom. lllVtot WUCU. the farm earns, thing to get an education1It seemed to be standing still: Catholic U., said this month SAX.JUHO (Japanese) (T-I) OFC .* rhea.GREEN'M7-. STAMPS.tMH

LACKTRAINING I want a jab so I can save up KISS OF THE Charles A. Bartok lib Ht. A Mth AT*. 8*.
was a rare display of de oW tn; for college termination. Back home, Fa. winds even of thosf whu\ lakeland had been affiliated. ( ) will offer a Mass on Sunday, rh8" 15/.1111

'IIIIt'rrF. To Father Steven, this was ther would not have been 1m. Knew they Merc wrung, Morally UnobjectionableFor June 30, at 8:30: a.m. Membersof
Six other ; schools
good t news. In all his years In preyed by a youth who de One night Greg came running secondary Adults the Knights of Columbuswill

"" the Philippines, "he had never elded to work his way through I into the Priest's office: his father within the area of this Diocese HEAYEN"S; ABOVE attend this Mass, says ENJOY AUTOMATIC

II If.II I'ATSECURITY heard a student at the mission college-many Americans did, was dying and the boy have been affiliated for sometime (Brit.) (Jan.) John Hage, grand knight of "Keep-Filled11

I school mention anything about Hut here In the ImpoverIshed I had persuaded him to he bap- with the University, Morally Unobjectionable for Our'Lady of the Lakes Coun DELIVERYPhone
Cat Be !..!.! college. "I think fin 1 Adults, "'Hh ReservationsL
I can d Philippine mountains, It was s I tized. After administering the Basic purpose of affiliation cil, in memory of Pope John
Adtanrrd Training something for ," he said SHAPED ROOM, XXIII. :
you that should I
amazing anybody
sacrament, Father that THECol.
hoped Is to render to Catholic Institutions -
St. Pete 898-1111
Far M"r. Information Fill "Would you like being janitorat want to go to college In the others in the family would now ) -
Oat Thin Coupon or tall the school?" first: of learning above the The first film so classified is Clearwater-446.8314
place be more willing to help Greg MUMFORD
Name Greg said l "I will da elementary level such assistance the Columbia PicturesDavisRoyal -
; any
The mountain atmospherE! to go to college. Rut they could KffritrratloB Air Condltlenlnj
Address was one of lethargy. The way. not, again because of tradition. as is possible through in- Release "The L Shaped Sweat rump. ffrrtlr F d ) _
Room. A starkly realistic but 08" 1'_.. Appliances
City of life had not changed In telligent, Informed and alert
gen Mountain life required that sensitive of the ese 'th. ,.&. e..thrb
State presentation OLDEST and LARGESTIN
erations: world-changing event*i there should be a great funeral leadership found within the affiliates .nr
elsewhere had little effect here. plight of a young woman Par U8-IIU7 :MU 8JS-IU1 PINELLAS
Gulfport eoeo7e banquet, and to get the money themselves In addition, caught between her quest for

Academy of The people had no Interests I, for it the family had sold the affiliates are eligible to numerous love and the brutality of society
no ambitions no desire foi
change farm and now had absolutely services from both Cath- this film's resounding Madeira Beach Bank

Beauty Culture nothing. olic University and other affiliates theme is the dignity and nobility
At 16, Greg, then wa I i1 ''I must work now to support MADEIRA BEACHMember
their human Indicting
depending upon of a being.
345-4435 rarity. Uke most students a''t; the children,"
younger needs. abortion and exposingthe .
tit r.nlfport HI, 81, 1'f'If' the mission school, he cam! Greg explained. "!1y the timeI deception of promiscuity, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Frank Mediavilla, Director 4615( 9lh Strut North from a pagan family, and his i .
am free to go to college I Melbourne/ the film implicitly affirms the Phone 391.9911 Open Sat. 9-12 -
father had allowed him to become will be too old."
Catholic out oj f OUR LADY OF LOURDES necessity of marriage for the
a more ; It was a shame.
responsible fulfillment of true .
Residential and Commercial Interior and Exterior Indifference than paternal concern VK added' : "Hut T Mil plans for a rummage sale on human love. However, the de- r. \

that children June 26, 27, and 28 were completed
ere to it the attend of the theme and For Your Real l Estate
PAINTING CONTRACTOR With the same attitude, th! at the monthly meetingof velopment
the mission school, andy
the realistic of sub- :
old man had allowed the bo maybe someday 'howeone inmy Our Lady of Lourdes Wornen's treatment I And Insurance Needs Call

POWELL & HARRINGTONLicensed to attend the mission school: along s I Club in Melbourne ject matter require mature
family will\\\ attend college.Thee
\ analysis on the part of the LaVoie Realty & Insurance I
as Greg did his chores his; the
and Insured Phones 342-0384 things take time, 1''ad A smorgasbord dinner In viewer. .
; father did not care what he die:, ther pawsh! hall l is scheduled for : 4154 Central Avenue Phone 896-4133(
Free Estimates '
34 3171 Morally Objectionable In
with his free time. Any moun Time. It stood still here in July 21, Mrs. Herman Fischer! Part for All 11

1782 74th St. No. St Pete lain father would have felt th
same, parish festival is also plannedfor
the Church's efforts like a great C.F.
( )
When Greg announced hi;; this summer on August 16
dam Decades had
produced OBJECTION. Sadistic brutality For Catholics Of Pinellas County
.AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK; desire to attend college, h e< only one Greg. Well, Christ and 17. Mrs. Valerie Massimois in
suggestiveness costum-
pointed out that this woulecost I had promised to protect the chairman of the event which ;;
r and situations.
money. Would his fathei Church until the end of time. will be held on the church Calvary CemeteryEndowed
v Offer* Ybji JLovr Paym?"f For consider selling a rice field t o Father Steven, like missionaries grounds. MONK, THE Care
the tuition
get money could only Proceeds from these events
FINANCING everywhere (Japanese) (II. P.)
& REFINANCING In a mixture of anger and continue struggling to put that will be used to furnish the new On.IECTIOThe: treatmentof U. S. 19 at 58th St. No. Phone HE 6-4238

ridicule, the old man' laughedthe time to God's good use.WorthWI. convent.
boy out of tho house. certain matter in this filmis Office Open 9-4 P.M. Daily & 1.. P.M. on Sunday
; considered morally inadmis-
Ixempjei err
Greg turned to Father
sable in a mass medium of en
e Ste\en. iile Books tertainment.
The notice d I
missionary soon Notice of New Classification
t N / ADAMS that the boy always seemed t() Till list of Culliolic book i ith released rrrtnfly waa prepared by The National Legion of De- Low Cpsf

A CAN NATIQN L BANK be in need of money, and Father library of the Catholic Univr rally of \mrrlra. cency has announced t h a thenceforth

Martin J. Rcesj, Chairman was alarmed to learn UNreason e EDWIN, BROTHER. Points novelized biography In the the "Separate Class- Auto

(Aft uiiPp6rt $Y had before
Greg never seen $325)). A series of essays in. foundress of the Society of the "A-IV-morally unobjectionablefor Loans

had learned he was em- tended to foster the spiritual Sacred Heart; for children 9-15. Adults, with Reservations." 0SI, flIY,0 .

ployed and came to borrov v life of Religious. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM, In making this announcement -

from him. FLAVIUS, BROTHER. An SAINT. Clirj>ostoni and his the legion noted that Available
"I refuse Father .
cannot them
Apostle in Michisan. (Dujarie. )1C'*>osa t. (Association Press. $1. what is being changed is not

," Greg said. "It is "the wa:T $2.25)). Biography for the mid. Paper). A selection of four ser- the meaning of the "Separate THE NATIONAL BANKOF
here mountains.
In the
in Boca Raton, Florida dIe grades of Father Gabriel mons edited by Stephen Neill. Classification," but only its
"But don't tha t
you see Ricard, outstanding Catholic KEYES, FRANCES P. Senator title. ST PETERSBURG, FLORIDA

they're taking advantage o:f missioner of the 19th century )Iarlo\\'f"s I)a u R h t e r. Therefore, the new "A-IV 1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH

MARYMOUNT COLLEGE you?" Father asked. "How wil 1 who was one of the founders CA,"on. 75 cents. Paper). Re- classification" bear the Member F.D.I.C.
you go to college if you giviyour e: GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK
of the University of Michigan. print of the 1933 novel. same definition as the former
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BRENDAN ; -- :
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Father.Neil. St Brendan A. Sager Church, pastorof in- i i ", : i I Holy Name BannerHOLY I

stalled the following officers of .j)'
the.Holy Name Society: 1 Name Society members know that they belong to

'k ,I official men's organization of the Diocese of St
Lloyd Rensel
president; Bill y,,,,.,,,:
Laurer, 1st vice-president; Jo- 1 Augustine. This responsibility and honor was an observation -

seph McQuillen, 2nd vicepresident I that occurred again to me in the middle of June

; Bill Mitchell, secretary; I whensorncofu.5werein the Ancient City, St. Augustine.I .
Tom Hay. treasurer; Frank I \\'iI: e.urinriy ai
Nicastro, marshal; and Matt I the organizational meeting of my home parish of Our Ladyof

Queenan, delegate.. the St. Augustine Foundation, the Assumption in Jacksonville

on June 16, to observe so manyof on Sunday June 2, for the

our active ,", \ first time since my election to
JACKSONVILLECKMICOM. Holy Name Sq. the diocesan presidency. Until

ciety members S that date I had always been

from around ; away from home on a visitation -

the Diocese.We .', to some other parish so-

were Invited ciety. For this particular opportunity

tot h e I can thank my

I meeting to add good pastor Monsignor James
our views toothesthereon B. Cloonan and Tony Altieri

those of the my fellow parishioner. Tony is

I the president of the North

'= ri)':Jr'N"'L"y"f'; ''''='_''..",,, '1.'r-"'.1 '......OT.--T;,,ff.m";., Sysa &::0i' ,S'X. '$,.rJ ''''''' the best Dan .;aughtoa Florida Laymen's Retreat As-
STEAKS C*MWMi_ _f it-- ----1 ... .. ._ _. .. __. ._ .. means to tell
Toot of ntBTcr Ft. ,-I.dudEL .;: xJm oi me memoers or we UY.U ot Unnst the King parish, Jack- erator, are the five seated at right above, from the left: Donald Pellicer, the Foundation's story to the Cloonan collaborated to switchour

4-913 sonville are pictured at the open house held for parents in the Arlington :Miss Christine Germano, :Miss Ellen Elser, Larry McCarthy and Tom Catholics of the United States, parish Holy Name Sunday

section. New officers recently installed by Father James Lara, mod- Thorton who is president. as well as to give ideas of seek- because of the retreat whichwas
held at Lor tto on that
ing the support of the Founda-

1, ASTERLltiS: 'P- ;HA.R: MA. Y. I Mass Guide I RockledgeST.. MARYSt. JacksonvilleK C Brevard Area r tion's everywhere.goals from Catholics weekend.Incidentally, Tony has askedme

remind all of the Catholic -
KKLl.VUI.K I'KK.xrilll'TION: fcKB\ILK i Four hundred years ago on to
Parish has recently The Father Maher Council
Drug. CotittMir. Clear and Camera Departments SUNDAY, June 30 Bureau Boarc f September 8, 1565 Spanish explorers laymen of the next retreat
0 7r. Pickup and. Delivery Luncheon and Soda Rap completed its round of elections No. 648 of the Knights of Columbus -
4th Sunday after Pentecost. landed in Florida to which is scheduled for St. J 0-
un Blandlng BUd. :ta10134.. 8-0735 elected slate of
and new
installations of its a
III Jarnrne Kd. 771-6903 Mass!i of Sunday, Gloria, Elects Three found the settlement of St. seph's Academy at Loretto the
officers for the coming
D. Q. E.-\ TF.RLISG. Owner-Manager organizations. year. weekend of 11. He
Creed Preface of Trinity). Augustine. One of the diocesan Friday July
The Holy Name Society Those elected to office were::
Priests who the promises an excellent retreat
MONDAY, July 1 planned the installation of Robert S. Fahy, grand knight;;, EAU GALLIC-Members o:f master for the
Father Francisco men.
ROSARIAN ACADEMY Most Precious B I o o d of their officers to coincide with William S. McMenamy deputy. the board of directors of th
Resident and day school for girls, on shores of beautiful Christ. (Mass' of feast, Gloria, the Mothers Day breakfast grand knight; Lawrence L.. Catholic Charities Bureau ii j Lopez offered de Mass Mendoza of Grajales,
a thanksgiving -
Lake Worth. Grades one to tuelve. Fully accredited. :New Creed, Preface of the Holy meeting following the Holy Kloski, chancellor; Edward G. Eau Gallie elected officers ala t which was the first St. AugustineFor
buildings. All sports, music, art, dramatics. Directed by Cross). Name Mass. Father James S. St. Clair recorder; Cyril A. recent meeting. They are: community
Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar TUESO\Y. July 2 Honnen installed the following: Marx financial secretary; and Patrick Blumer, Titusville' act of Christian religion -
in the United is
States. It
Visitation of )Ial')'. (Mavs of Claude Mixdorf, president; William M. Pittman, treasurer. president; Louis DeMarkis[ that Mass, that historic found-
Furman 1st Robert J. Ossowski, advocate; Rockledge vice-president; anc
feast, Gloria, 2nd prayer of George vice-pres ing, where American history
ident 2nd vice- Edward S. Holowinski, warden John Atkins, Eau Gallie, sec
SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMYSAINT Sts. Processus! and :\Ia..tin. ; Lyle Ingalls, began, that the Foundation
lanus president; Raymond Burkand, William L. Bowen Sr., inside retary.
Creed Preface of
seeks to memorialize
S Resident and Day AUGUSTINE School for, FLORIDA Girls Grades 7-12 It'Osed"ir! n). treasurer; George Phillips, sec- guard; and Casy G. Pavuk, out of Father Ascension Martin parish B. in Power Eau, during the Quadricentennial, especially in 1 "Plus Value"InsuranceAsk\
retary; and Paul Stroub, mar- side guard.
Academic accredited
and commercial courses Fully
Gallic, presided at the meet
Elected to trusteeship were 1965.The
Music Art Dramatics Tennis
St. IrenaC'us.Ia'o'! of June shal.The ing: at which Thomas AgHo, setting worthy of that
For further particulars address: Sister Directress Home and School Association John E. Graham, Albert V.
28 in missal, Gloria, Common chose a new presidentbut Fortunata, and Joseph F. RusselL executive secretary of the significant beginning is being FRANK HOWES
Preface). Bureau prepared. The St. Augustine
reported on the workof
maintained the three other about
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES THURSDAY, July 4 officers for another term. Pat the agency during its first Foundation was organized to
Consecrated spearhead the celebration of
Bishops of operation. Gulf Life's
Mass of preceding Sunday, Makin was elected president.
Resident and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully Common Preface). Second year officers are: Bill SAIGON (NO)-Bishop Paul Following the meeting, Fa. the 400th anniversary of thatI

accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general Hofrichter vice-president; Mrs. Nguyen dinh Nhien, 63, and ther Power Mr. Aglio, anc I solemn occasion. ADAPTAPLAN.-

courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy FRIDAY, July ;5 R. W. Grady, treasurer; and Bishop Joseph Trinh Van Can, representatives of the boarc I It was my pleasure to
Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa, Florida. St. Anthony: Mary fcau-aiia. before the admission .
43, who were appointed by the appeared :; speakJune9ataparlshHoly
Mrs. J. L. Fay, secretary.
(Mass of feast, Gloria, Common -
Preface). late Pope John XXIII, have committee of the Brevarc Name Society Commun-
been consecrated in North County United Fund to discus
SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN TampaMOST :\ ion breakfast in Jacksonville. Here' the roan who tel
SATURDAY, July 6 Vietnam, according to reports the agency's application foi can
BEACH Mass of Hlessed! Virgin I for HOLY REDEEMER received here. admission.The 5I appreciated the invitation you about Adapt-A-Plan.

Resident and day school for girl*-grade* one through t-Ix. Kttfn...ivegrounds Saturday, Gloria, Pieface of Newly elected officers of the Both are coadjutors with Admission budget committee of Father Matthew Connolly Ask him how, with Adapt-A-
In a hilly and picturesque region. Large nwimmlng Plan an educational policycan
_arb. Other sport facilities. Manic art. dancing and dramatics.Conducted Blessed Virgin). Holy Name Society of the Most right of succession and were of the United Fund has 1 to address the men of the also provide family or
by the Sister of Saint Joseph. For further Information voted recommend the inclusion
Holy Redeemer parish were recently appointed to serve in diocesesin to -
Church the Resurrection. 1
apply tei Ulster Directress, Saint Josephcademy, Jensen Heaeli. SUNDAY, July 7 : of retirement income. See him
installed at a special the communist-ruled coun of the Catholic Charities
5th Sunday after Pentecost. ;| Speaking of my native city, todayl
breakfast at the Peter Pan Bureau of Brevard County in
VA 4-2385
(lass of Sunday, Gloria, I had the honor of receiving
: Restaurant. try.Attend the 1963 campaign. St. Augustine, FloridaP.
Creed, Preface of Trinity). Holy Communion with my fel--
HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN Charles P. Hensel, Diocesan Conclave O. Box 548
; low Holy N a m e members at
marshal, installed the follow- VATICAN CITY (NC) -
ANTONIO Deadlines
ing: James Sawyer, president; Ninety-five conclavists, both
Conducted by the Benedictine SNter New .torl.. from any onre<'
tI..rlltl'd= Michael Powers, vice-president; Priests and laymen, and 72 lay should reach "The :Florida Catholic'
Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through Robert Bodine, secretary; attendants in addition to the .ffice no later th.Dloocl.T:: : new COLONIAL PLAZA has
; twelve Academic and commercial courses! and private David Zinnamon, treasurer; Cardinals entered the conclave picture hould reach the editor b; more
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I! Catholic Comment Frank J. SheedChristian Love is Basis of Child Psychology .m


Idea of AngelsIs you are a parent, particularly fancy, a child operates pretty Considering how complex is
IF a young parent you much on the level of Instinct. tl:he process of personality de'elopment -

some anxietyas But his instinct is sharp and v we can be gratefulhat
I Viva il Papa no Childish Belief may to your adequacy In the field perceptive. tIt God has made the prin-

of child psy. is hard for us adults to c iples! of parenthood so simple.

C '"IJVEN Catholics should by now have outgrown angels chology. Be realize how acute Is the sensitivity '*rhere really are only two basic

THE Chair of Peter is filled. We have John XXm will stand him in good stead. 1-* and devils. Such things belong to the childhood of comforted! The of an infant to the r ules of child psychology

Pope. Pope Paul VI is now our No doubt the Cardinals who unanimously the race." chances are presence' or absence' of love in "vhich are of surpassing im-

Holy Father. selected Cardinal Montini as our new Pope The devil still has a sort of place in men's minds, angels thatyouareabetter his environment P)rtance..

No doubt each one of us would like to were very cognizant of his qualifications.Once none at all. There is Milton's Satan and psychologist Rejection, or denial of love, The first is: Parents love

see the Holy Father carry on the work of Cardinal :Montini accepted the crA Gounod's Mephistopheles. Our fathers than you Is the most severe psycholog-rour child. By word and by

Pope John XXHI. However, no two Popesare office, he stood alone. No longer is he an still used the devil in violent language; and think. Infancy, ical wound which a human a I iction give of him frequent love. assurance

alike. Therefore Pope Paul VI will not important voice in the Church but he is i'tt -. though it would be quaint to hear anyone through childhood being can suffer. A child who s r never can tell your your child You too
be the same as Pope John XXIII. Great The Voice of the Church. No is he is the feels himself to be unloved
longer r1 now say 'The devil take you, the explosive for >jften "I love you." You neveran
men are stereotyped.. merely one of the Apostles *Jie is now head time of great be emotionally handicapped
; \a use of those good ideological words he c: love your child too much.A .
Is there anyone who wouldn't like to of the Apostles. In the restlih 1! ofthe: spirit ,d sS._, hell and damn-with exactly the same est vulnerabil- life. In his will mature exhibit years personality socalledspoiled" childis
recommend to the Holy Father that certain he has but one supeno : 'aId thai j$ God. meaning shows no sign of vanishingfrom difficulties. He must not the victim of too much
steps be taken to further the cause Father Leo J. Trese
with 'ofifie Son
To the
speak authority And too
among us. even men grave defend himself, ,somehow, love. He is the victim of reJecting
of Christian unity and world peace? Yet of God made man is an awesome respon- to use either word would grant that the ity in the development of human against the deep-buried feelings, parents who, feeling

most of us would shudder at the thoughtof sibility. S devil is a useful symbol of the.evil forces personality. Parents who of rejection and Insecurity guilty, try to make up by

the responsibility which falls so heavily Pope Paul VI now gloriously that humanity in its advance has not yet conquered. But bring their child safely to the which are too painful to admit lenience for the love they
upon the shoulders of Peter. of without serious to his conscious mind.It cannot give.
? them age puberty
He is fully aware of the needs of men angels Nobody such stretching that the
No matter who was elected Pope, as and their desire for peace and unity. How for cursing or even blessing.Our word a"childish will no psychological damage, can then is not only a lack of love Love is quite consonant with
Catholics we would have rejoiced and accepted sit back and relax will under-
great-grandfathers we for himself which discipline. If love is there, it
best to achieve peace and unity is a ques- occur to him.
the choice as providential. How- tion that he must are told, would address the girl Their future parental responsibilities mine a child's sense of security. ,will be evident even in punish
ever, it gives a feeling of great satisfac- answer. who had Just agreed to marry This is one topic on which may not be wholly The same result, in a less pernicious j: ent "It is because I love you
tion to know how well Pope Paul VI is Though he is aware of the wishes of them as "My angel!" ;you can begin almost anywhere free from concern, but the form will be effected 2 so and so much want you to

prepared to carry out his office as the men and though he will receive much But today the man In the : On the street corner I most crucial stage is past. By by chronic discord within the i i have a happy life that I must

Vicar of Christ. He is a pastor of souls counsel, there is in all probability one street never mentions them usually list the levels of being the age of twelve or so, the home. The loud and angry j punish-not you, but your mis

and yet he has had vast experience in overseeing thought which is uppermost in his mind.It at all. He sees them as partof accepted by everybody vegetables inorganic ani.- human personality is quite voices of quarreling parents 1\behavior." The parent may not

the administration of the Church. is not what men ask of him but what the decoration of Christ. matter solidly set. It cannot be greatly will leave their impress upon 1 j put this into words, but the

His work as pro-secretary of state under God expects of him that is most importantMay mas cribs, where they belong mals to men.assume Is that there the any list reason exhausts ] altered thereafter. the infant's brain and nervous message of love will come
From the moment of hi" system and upon the child'spersonality \through.
Pope Pius Xn and his close ties with Pope : he reign long and well.I like the ox and the ass. He the possibilities?
\ may have seen small cuddly birth, a child's one great pattern. The second basic rule is:
things with wings in the Even within that quartet of psychological need is for These antagonists are the']Parents, love each other. Let

John C. O'Brien homes of his Catholic friends.He levels, we have two Immense s love. two people upon whom the :your children see that you love

/ may Just possibly remember changes-life enters after the It is love which gives him a child must depend for lurvl- ]each other. There is no greater

a movie in which Gary first, spirit after the third. feeling of self.worth. H e Is val. Their quarreling Instills ;assurance that you can give to
No Guide for Measuring FallOutONE Grant appeared as an angel, With men we meet spirit in[ loved; therefore he is lovable; a fear that his home may break your: children, that theirs is a

cutting a rather sillier figure union with a body. But given therefore he is a worth-while up; a fear, too, that he may be :]secure and stable world.A .

reason why efforts to question the opinions of In other words, there will than David Niven as a Bishop that spirit exists at all, it person. forced to choose between the wider knowledge of child

a nuclear test scientists vary. bo 100 to 400 additional whose wife found the angel would take a bold man to deny It is love, too, which builds; two people whom he most psychology will be helpful in

ban with the Russians includ. A recent report by the Pittsburgh deaths from cancer among more attractive.I the possibility that it may exist t in a child a senses of security.He loves. with incidental
ing the forthcoming high level Chapter of the Federa. children, which is roughly once had a heckler at an not united to a body. is a stranger to tension Such a child lives under continual I'coping many

meeting in tion of American Scientists comparable to the number of outdoor meeting who wantedto This is where the discussioncalls since being loved, he knows; tension. As an example; problems of parenthood. But
: that all his needs will be cared I It has been discovered in class if two parents genuinely love
Moscow are states that recently published individuals who died of polio know if angels had fur or for all your understandingand
followed a p- studies have for the first time in the United States during feathers. He was an extremecase skill in utterance. Chal: for.The room research that an intelligent each other and both love their
child, of course does; child who fails In his children they already have
athetlcally by I. provided direct evidence that I960. ; but no one takes them lenge your objector to think of
the American small amounts of radiation all not reason this out. In his; studies, quite often is the victim '90% of child psychology solid;
Among adults the biological seriously even as symbol: any reason why spiritshould ;
public is the comparable with that in the effects of radioactivity is not what could they symbolize? exist only in union witha : early years, particularly in inPSALM of discord at home. ly at work.

lack of realization normal environment can pro- so severe as among infants be- Certainly no one now is stirredto body. Remind him of the -
of the dan duce cancer, including leuke- cause the effects are measuredby hear Hamlet say "Angelsand enormous incompatibilities between Father John J. CastelotPsalm's

gers from excess mia, among children. the average dosage receivedover ministers of grace defend spirit an, d matter Incompatibilities
radiation." The available data, the report the whole life span. But us." The actor probably feels so great that a:I I

This lack of says, indicate a direct relationship since most of the radiation silly saying it. being who was spirit only: PraisesIBless' the LordThese
'. understanding ] between childhood dose from an atmospheric explosion When you get the objectionthat might very well deny the possibility .

arises from cancer mortality and the is received within a heads this column, you of their union-if men L 33 is composed of 22 simple, upright people will teach you the fear of the
the confusion which stems amount of radiation received short period of six to 12 did not exist to the .
pretty well know what is in prove the exact number of who have tasted life's bitter LORD.If
from the conflicting statements during the embryonic stage. months it falls with maximum the objector's mind, and in the union possible. letters in the Hebrew alphabet.In ness and the sweetness of God's they desire long life and

about the degree of peril from This direct relationship has impact upon an infant in the minds of any others who may Your objector may think a the original each succeeding consolation, will understandhis "prosperous days," two of the
a t m 0 s heric contamination.The been shown to exist 'down
p to embryonic stage. Consequently, happen to be listening to the pure spirit improbable: a verse begins joy and share it whole-. greatest of Old Testament
level of atmospheric levels of radiation as low as the biological effects are more
interchange between him and think with a new heartedly.The blessings they must live in
spirit would man
that resulting from pure
has been Increased a typical .
radioactivity severe.If letter of the alphabet psalmist does not specifythe such a way as to deserve them:
by the series of atomic x.ray picture of the pelvic the effects of radiation re' you.You even more improbable: we
will! agree with him that The situation from which he Keep your tongue from evil
tests set off by the U.S.S.R. region of a pregnant woman. sulting from nuclear tests were must seem odder to angels )
there were primitive Ideas of first eleven has been rescued, but this lack and lips from speaking
and the United States last The release of the amount of better known the public would
radioactive debris angels messengers sent by than they to us. The answerto verses are a of definition makes his prayerall guile; Turn from evil and do
Since then the comparableto not be as indifferent as a large
that from God to men, being a good deal each improbability is the song of gratitude the more generally appli good; seek peace and follow
ment has made tests I in the resulting the 1962 section of it is now to con
U.S.S.R.-U.S. test series freer of the limitations of space fact. for divine cable. Anyone who has ever after it ((15)).
upper atmosphere to measure says tinued nuclear testing.It .
than could and help in a re- s-,' turned to God for help and has
men; they come
the effect of these tests but asyet the report, must therefore be is difficult to disagree with Exactly, says your objector Evildoers can expect no help
the findings have not been regarded as producing a definite the scientists that the United J go, make themselves-visible or triumphantly. We know thai t cent crisis; the experienced His kindness and from God, but "the Lord is
invisible. There was very little second half is generosity, can sing in concert *
Increase In how close to the brokenhearted.
disclosed. cancer more States Public Health Service men are a car l
[ thinking about either spirit or a n instructionin with the psalmist:
That excessive radioactivity tality among children born should undertake large-scale you call angels a fact? You With a frank realism, the
there the style of the wisdom literature
behind this
within one or two years fol. research to determine the ef. space though point out to him how natura: I sought the LORD, and hi psalmist admits that even the
in the atmosphere! produces is to that of the day, close
no reason very
lowing this test series.In fects of low and high level suppose it is that men should be more answered me and deliveredme good suffer that they have,
cancer and unfavorable there was no human experienceto ; in tone to the Book of prove
the United States as a radiation not only on the human sure of their own factualityIf erbs. from all my fears (:s). in fact, many troubles. But
; genetic effects I is generally result of the 1962 tests, an increase embryo but upon adults. support it, nor any human there are pure spirits, out "I will bless the LORD Taste and see how good the the good man can always
at all times his shall be
it praise
into the unseen for ;
admitted. The question is of 2.5 to 10 per cent in There should be more Intensive side and superior to space and I LOUD is: happy the man who count on eventual release,
ever in mouth ((2)). It is
.,i what level of radioactivity the normal childhood cancer monitoring of radiation to represent. therefore beyond the reach oi r my takes refuge in him (9)). and God will never' allow
strange, in a to of
j can be tolerated without mortality of each thousand levels and the results shouldbe Still we do agree that thereis man's senses his normal mode; "blessing" the Lord. After all, (The Church applies this him to be completely overwhelmed -

J such side effects. On this children born Is expected. more promptly published. plenty of childishness in of studying the universe wil it is He who blesses He to last verse, poetically but most :

I I the stories we meet. But the not discover them. We car 1I whom we turn for favors. But fittingly, to the Holy Eucha- He watches over all his

Christian concept of bodiless show the ineffectiveness of al in biblical language to bless the rist). bones; not one of them shall
Father Michael V. Gannon efforts to prove that angels can Lord With verse 12 the psalmist be broken ((21)).
spirits is very grown.up in- : means to praise Him, as
r Mission of Nombre De Dloschapters not exist. Which does not prov- the second part of this verse switches to the role of a rabbi There are times In the livesof
deed. And if handle it
you that angels exist. To k no"
; makes clear. The psalmist is instructing his pupils. Havingtold all good people when theyare
adequately, you will have that we must be told. GO
bursting with joy at the dIvine them of his own personal tempted to wonder if God
I GReat in given your objector's mind has told us.Qntstlons. goodness, and not con. experience, he now proceedsto really remembers them. At

tent to sing God's praises all draw some lessons from it such times the psalmist's Inspired

by himself, he calls upon the for their benefit: assurance is most

P-oRl a catholic histORY Question BoxCircumstances "lowly" to join him in song. Come, children hear me; I heartening.

... 'rVW'OY"I...... ._. L_ .. .
A.rT.toU. wintering near tne convinced, ne wouia come upona and his men made camp, and Govern Washington Letter
site of Tallahassee, fabulous El Dorado, such as began the construction of
De Soto broke camp on March he had heard about in Indian barges to the men and I
3, 1540, and marched northward fables. But the cities of gold horses across.carry Curious bands Regulations for Sunday Free Trade to Aid Food ProblemsFrance's

into what is now Georgia.He never materialized and after of Indians paddled by in

led his men through that the passage of a year, in Marchof canoes. am in a group of students who will travel to France thi::3 city, long concerned Many of the problems seemed Minister for Scientific .

region, then up into the Carolinas 1541 De Soto found himself The Spanish paid them nc I I summer. What do I do about my Mass obligation!I tHIS food surpluses in the complex. For example, it was Research Gaston Pawl -

and westward across staring across the wide divideof attention, but set out a guardof I aboard ship? U.S., has been made more warned that the rush of emerge fcki said experts estimate! that
Alabama. All of that territory, a rushing river. It was the arquebusiers and crossbowmen A. From the question I acutely aware of food shortagesin ing countries to industrializeleads only one-half, and maybe

too, we remember" was known father of waters, the Miss- just in case. gather you have a valid reason should be addressed other places round the to a neglect of their agricultural only one-third of the world's
as "Florida. issippi.On "Yonder," as the historiar 1 for missing Mass. to: Question Box, world. development; that Ignorance arable land is under cultiva
_ Sooner or later, De Soto was the river banks De Soto Woodbury Lowery once It is possible that there will The Florida Catholic P.O. The people of this country is "a towering barrier"in tion.

imagined the scene "with- be a Priest aboard ship who Box 3551, Orlando, Florida. have for years sought to ease the drive against hunger, It was pointed out that 70

TRANCE BUT drawn from the noise of the; will say Sunday Mass. Most ; the pangs of want felt by people yet "in some poor countries, per cent of the earth's surfaceis

TRUE camp gathered the Dominican 1 ships even have a daily Mass elsewhere. Now, as a re- having a primary education covered by sea; that acre for
Little-Known Facts for monks, their frocks hanging J as there usually is a Priest have no obligation to disclose B I suit of the World ,Food Con- means to be able to leave farming acre the oceans are about as

) JU W.c.l''''........ in long shreds over their aboard. your identity; but, on the othe:r gress just held here it has been and get a job in town." productive of food as the land;
By M. |I. MURRAY bronzed legs, the knotted rope? But in any event, if there is hand, you have no right to donate pledged that we will look ate On the other hand in still yet less than one per cent of

replaced by a wisp of straw or: no Priest aboard, you have a another's money to th I our aid program again and see other countries, nine-tenths of the earth's food comes from

rFrj3LOjN a deer-thong; beside them the? valid reason for missing Mass. poor. what more we can do to bringS the population is engaged in the seas today.
H P di fo Priest saying his 'dry Mass' in i The obligation of makin? about "freedom from hunger," feeding the nation and not

E I Si: <: nh-iu? buckskin chasuble, the holy r Q. At Communion time, if restitution can be satisfied b}Y the goal of the meeting. doing too good a job of it.
Uu churck symbol of the Cross painted or 1 the Sacred Host falls to the giving to the poor, or to charity This was one of the concrete Other problems seemed sim.
_ i / ? uty it, Indian fashion, a few of the: floor, should I pick It up? only when the rightfu 1 results of the congress, which pIe of solution. It was said
\Cfed Berlin
FIRST DISCOVERED BY ffI : more devout soldiers kneeling I A. No! The Priest must do owner is not known or m[ was actually a .discussion meet- that if outboard motors are

:A BENEDICTINE MONK 1LI I around him ." that. In the event such a miss longer lives. To understam:1: ing between 1330 delegates placed in the catamarans, sea
bBrRr zEcq4BElr' A month later De Soto': fortune takes place, the Priest the extent of your obligatiorin :1 from 104 countries. At the end going fishing rafts which an
I party successfully crossed th e i will pick up the consecrated this matter, you had bes't the delegates unanimously estimated 150,000 southeast

river and set out on a wandering Host cover the spot with a consult a confessor and giv e adopted a declaration urging Asians use for their livelihood,
i him all the details.
course along the Mississippi's white cloth, and after Mass these actions: the fishermen can increase

LrYocI west / banks. will wash the place where the Q. Does anyone merit ::a That underdeveloped their range from 10 to 24 miles; FLORIDA 1"1IbU.b.4I" ...ry

_ From the extant documejits Host had laid. The Priest vocation to the Priesthood'!9>> countries institute }land reforms expand their daily catch from P.O. B eK 2391 CATHOLIC GArden PRESS S-SflS Inc
LADY and archeological eridc'nce.,. it washes the floor for fear a and improve their management 13 to 130 pounds of fish; get 132 East CUal Drlf., OrUad
HS is" Impossible to trace/these* particle may have broken off. A. The grace of vocation I I. and planning programs..._ larger fish and multiply their Subscription in U.S.A. and Canada

journeys in any definite way. Respect for the Blessed Sacra. like any other grace, is no 11, That developed countriesL incomes. ,$4.00"O/). per year; other countries

S We know, however that on<6 ment demands this precaution. properly speaking, merited give more foreign aid and The problem, It was said Is The Florida Catholic fa a member
year later De Soto was back or 1 Grace, by definition, is free. adopt trade policies that wills to feed today's hungry and Of the Catholic Press Association
been, nicknamed. Q. I have deprived a for- Habits of and studious and the National Catholic Welfare
piety ;j.
the river, at a west bank tows n permit underprivileged countries -meet the challenge of a pop- Conference Newa Service. Bogner
named Tamalisen. And then e mer employer of a consider- ness, and the possession o If to export more of theira ulation that may be quadrupledby and Martin publishers' represent.
I able amount of money and 1 other qualities desired in :J live. Entered aa aecond class mall
he fell sick made a good confession l- goods under more stable con- the year 2000. There was :
May 1. 195>. at Orlando, Florida
and died the dati e would like to make restitu- Priest, are signs of a vocation I, ditions. abundant testimony that this under the Act of Mirth 3. 1171.
being May 21. lS 2. tion, but would be ashamed\ but not claims to Priestly pro*" Free exchange of goods in could be done.U. .

A brave soldier, possessed o>f to let him know where it: fession.In trade is Important here, *o S. Secretary of Agriculture

indomitable spirit, he died bEloved came from. May I satisfy my the sense that someone?, that poor countries can trade Orville L. Freeman said economists Father '.beut K. Smith
by his men, of whom 301 0 t obligation by giving the with the help of God's grace, what they have a lot of for In his department predict Executive Editor
Editors >!!.. J !..
remained of the 600 who ha
: landed with him at Tampa Ba:''IA.: No. Restitution must be i of a vocation, he can be sail d: but need. Some of the Cath. world would have a food potential .*rph A. Reiler
c )can '.IcJdnd Me attar 1522 three years before. made to the rightful owner. It: to merit the grace of vocatioi n olic participants in the cone almost twice what the Advertising Manager

2 offJOTKf MMS 5F.4tE _" _\ Next week: can be done anonymously or by disposing himself for gress had long urged this action. demand for food is expected Friday, June 23, 1963F
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Page Six The Florida Catholic, Friday. June 28, 1963 I Seminary Rector I

}! DETROIT (NO-F a the r

I Holy Father Knows North America -I _- Francis X. Canfield has been

named the new rector of Sacred

I Heart Minor Seminary here. :PALMS

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The United States is familiar i ed not only institutions suchas :
i\ years the book reviewer for ItEhSLOIIAL.,
homes for the aged, but
territory to Pope Paul i The Michigan Catholic and
on Sunday, September !, he -
librarian at Sacred Heart succeeds -
VL He was a leisurely tourist quietly mingled with the Monsignor Albert A. j Maynard A, Dvry.a-rVoic M. '"

here in'1951 and returnedin congregations attending Massat Matyn, who becomes pastor of

1960 for a quick trip to several churches. St. Lucy's parish in suburbanSt. j W9 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862-6503
From Chicago he went to
Clair Shores.
several cities.
major I Detroit, visiting with the late

The new Pope's first trip to S Edward Cardinal Mooney, Father Canfield is president ST. PETERSBURG
of the Catholic Library Association. -
North America was, by his own i' Archbishop of Detroit. True to ,

description, a holiday tour. He %_. :;: -- the nature of his tour, he visit i I ,

told newsmen then that it was 111L ed the assembly lines of one

the fulfillment of a longstanding of the big automobile factories. "

wish to see the United Pittsburgh was his next stop. S __ JOHN S. RHODES, JB.

States and Canada. I There he visited the mother of r:

Extensive U. S. TripIn Monsignor Walter S. Carroll, a FUNERAL DIRECTOR

Pittsburgh' Priest who, with
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Montini, substitute papal sec
of state. He also visited
retary of state, covered several Former President Eisenhower met the l li / '
Dwight new Monsignor Carroll's grave.As ; Ahllflon VcnzoriatCapcfiinc.AMBULANCE .
thousand miles much of it by :
Pope in 1960, then Cardinal Montini: Archbishop of he did in Washington, he i
automobile. He was here Au- SERVICEST.
:Milan, when both were honored at Notre Dame University went to get a look at a Catholic .
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Montreal. After four in
tlble apostolic vigor to the to the United States on August school of Sacred Heart parish
Canada, he entered the United then Father
whose pastor was
of the Chris-
States through Niagara Falls 24.He brother of
tian world." at the border Coleman F. Carroll INC.
was greeted KYLE-McLELLAN
and visited Buffalo Washington -
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Louis Denver On that trip the new Pope i by the late Bishop John F. :Monsignor Walter Carroll and .'. _- __ __ I ...,.. --
St. Chicago
Pittsburgh, New York and also visited New :York, Chi.. O'Hara C.S.C., of Buffalo who now Bishop of Miami. CONCLAVE CANOPIES DISMANTLEDA FUNERAL DIRECTORS

many points in between. cago Boston, Philadelphia and< [ later became the Cardinal- Tourist Attractions Vatican workman dismantles one of the canopiesthat 17 W. UNION STREET JACKSONVILLE

When he came back in June, Washington. Archbishop o f Philadelphia. He then went to New York rise above a Cardinal's chair in the Sistine ChapeL EL 3-3966 Continuous Service Since 1856

Dedicates Statue From Buffalo he flew to Wash- preparatory to going home, and
1960 the Cardinal-Archbish
The other ington. He was met at the was the guest of Francis Cardinal -
of Milan he received an only public ceremony -
honorary op doctorate of laws degree in which the Pope par.. airport there by the prelate Spellman, Archbishop of Floyd Anderson Named New GRIFFITH-CLINE FUNERAL HOME
who his New York. He visited num-
from the University of ticipated in 1960 was the dedication today serves as secretary -
of state and was then erous Catholic institutions and AMBULANCE SERVICE
Notre Dame in the came cere- in Boston of a hug C! Director of Press Department
at which President statue of "Madonna Queen oj r r apostolic delegate to the United popular tourist spots such as BRADENTON 720 Manatee Ave. West
m o n y
Amleto Cardinal Cico- Wall Street and the Empire
Dwight D. Eisenhower then in the Universe" at the D 0 r.L t States ANNA MARIA ISLAND 6000 Marina DriveL
Orione Shrine. gnanl. State Building. On September WASHINGTON (NC) Floyd Anderson has beer

office was honored. Earlier on March 30, 1959 lie pent four days in 9, he flew to Ireland on his named director of the Press Department of the Nationa 1 ,

The citation at Notre Dame he had sent to Richard Cardi:[ Washington, visiting historical way back to Rome. Catholic Welfare Conference and of the NCWC News I
praised him a. "the Arch- nal Gushing Archbishop oj r sites such as George On his second trip Pope Service which it issuesHe HOME

bishop of the working man," Boston a relic of the T rUE. Washington's home and Paul VI spent seven days in is at present managing Mr. Hall has been director of 3'.50IOI AMBULANCE SERVICE

noting that he earned this Cross. The relic was placec l I[ burial place at Mount Vernon. the United States editor of the Central California NCWC Press Department for

title because of "inexhans- inside the cross he helped dedi- His desire to learn about He flew into New York on Register, newspaper of the Di- more than 30 years, and next m '! m
:March will round out 40 jmj'lplfJ
June 3 where he was met by yearsas
cate in 1960. America was not confined to ocese of Monterey-Fresno in Jm h

On his first trip, the new history as is shown in a trip Francis Cardinal S p e II man Palifnrnia........."' ....... anrl....... .... ., __ a member of its staff. &iilj J

Pope attracted little at ten- he made in the twilight one Archbishop of New York, and president of Announcement of the new .

Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzi, the Catholic director was made by Arch 4R10 CentralT. St. P.teri.hurtWillism
President's Message tion. evening to see a new Catholic T. Towrjr Thomas J. Brett

WASHINGTON, D.C. (NO He showed a great appetitE? high school under construction Apostolic Delegate in the United Press Associa- bishop Joseph T. McGucken of Catholic Owned and Operated

-President John F. Ken to see North America actin;; in Washington. He clambored States. tion of the San Francisco episcopal chair

nedy, who is expected to visit like a typical tourist stoppin ; over the site of the new Archbishop He left the country on June United States.M man of the NCWC Press Department

Pope Paul VI during his his car to get out and see thi!i John Carroll High 10 to visit Brazil before returning r. Anderson through the NCWC Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc.

to Milan.At headquarters here.Mr. .
forthcoming trip to Italy sights eating at roadside res- School commenting on the will succeed

sent a telegram on the day taurants and mingling quietl:)r size outline and materials Notre Dame, he was the Frank A. Hall, Anderson will become S AMBULANCE SERVICEThe

of the new Pope's election, with crowds of Canadians ant I being used in the boys' school. celebrant of the baccalaureate who has an- 01113 the third director in the

expressing "warmest goodwishes" Americans. The future Pope also visited Mass for the 1960 graduates of nounced thathe more than four-decade his Finest Service Available Regardless of Your MeansT.

the headquarters of the Na- the university in addition to will retire Mr. AnderNon
on behalf of himself Canada Welcomed Him tory of the Press Depart President D. W. L.F.D.
R. Downs Ford
being with a degree.GRiEx .
tional Catholic Welfare Con- ,
and Mrs. Kennedy.The While in Canada he visitec I[

President also said: the Shrines of Ste. Anne di! ference, the U.S. Hierarchy's ment. 1045 9th Avenue No., St. Petersburg Phone 862-3609

"On behalf of the people and Beaupre and Cap de la Madeleine .. central coordinating agency. Born in Superior, Wisconsin,

government of the United Ottawa, Kingston am I[ He toured the NCWC h e ads July 15, 1906, Mr. Anderson is

heart- quarters, met its staff at a reception a convert. He has a long recordof
States I send you my Toronto. One of his stops wa:
and then had a private service in Catholic ......
lest congratulations as you at a jamboree of 3000 Bo;r
office. dinner with executives of the work. He was an editorial assistant
assume your great Scouts at Vandreuil near Que!

We wish long years of agency. America from 1932to
you S
leadership in the cause of bee.In Ottawa he lunched wit][)1 Visits NCWC 1936 and a member of theAnlollea

peace and good will so nobly then-Prime Minister Louis S t. At the NC\VC receptionf press staff from 1915 S. JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL
to 1918.
advanced by your great pred. Laurent. He visited a host c J given in his honor Monsignor

ecessor.' Canadian prelates and institx Montini also met many officialsP After serving a
; tions before beginning his tri: of the Federal government and editor of The Catholic Light, HOME-

of national labor unions and newspaper of the Diocese of

Scranton, from 1948 to 1931 he
the A ,
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to Chicago where his host was new Pope, Paul VI, is pictured when as Arch Register
system of diocesan
the late Samuel Cardinal bishop of Milan, he visited a kindergarten run by a fac-
newspapers, with headquartersin | Inc. Funeral Directors
.. 1 Stritch, Archbishop of Chicago.ANNA .. tory there for the workers' children. Denver. ,

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BROOKsnLLE Assumption' 7, 8:JO, 10. 11, 12 Immaculate
3809 N. ARMENIA AVE. St. Anthony 7, 10 Blessed Trinity 7, J. 11 Good. Shepherd John Conception 9bt.
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TAMPA St. Joeph 7, 8, ':30, 11
Stephen ,: OBtSUXELL 7. 8:30, 10. 11:15. 12:30 St Andrew"
Crucifixion ,:30 ':30, S, 9:30, 11. 12:15 St Jude 7, 8:13, ,::0. 11, 12:30
.it. Mary 6:1;, 8, 9, 10, 11. 12
St. Lawrence ,:30 Holy Rosary 6, 8, 9:30, 11:30 St. Charles St. Paul
CALLAhAN Immaculate Conception 7:30. S::41. '::0, 11, 12
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Sportsman's Club 7:30 Swisher Aud. ORMOMI BEACH
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CLEARWATER Sacred Heart 8, 10. 11:16 St Brendan 7:30. 3. 10:30. 12 Student Center 10, 11 :30M.
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Blessed Sacrament 8, 11:30 St. Patrick C. X, 10:20
PALM: \Y Sacrament 8:30. 11.30
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Our Sariour 7.30: I:U. 11 St. Pius 7. 9, 11 St Joseph I. 10 6. 8. 9.M. 11. 12:15:

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his! first public addres I-- .. jelved so much 'comfort as Most Blessed Virgin Mary, Hawk English Ford Lark
IN :;:.. ::;:: 'tt 1 Studebaker Track
: and Our moth
Paul VI said at Vatican : t.}. ,> from the most loving sons. Mother of God Used Car

City that the Secon .... In the same way Our: *r, to whom We entrust Our C.,. Chnrrh to S. or. Bltm. Tf.

Cleaners & Laundry Vatican Council would con- .. -...... thoughts go also to the beloved pontificate from Its begin GA 3-1653

Featuring tinue. He pledged continue rr ..... ... .. :liocese of Our birth with the nlnsr, and also by the help

Dependable Fabric Care papal effort for peace and ; wish that it may remain always and the'prayers of the Apos.
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Most Precious Blood of Jesu: Pope Paul VI has made two visits to the United States, in 1951 and 1960. He Is he benefit not only of Indiviclal .

Christ-the first sentiment call shown during his first visit, at the headquarters of the National Catholic Welfare souls, but also of the na 5307 East Colonial DrIve CR 7-1022! :

WIlES YOU NEED that surges from Our hear Conference in Washington. With the then Monsignor Giovanni Battista Montini, (cen- Ions where it is carried out.

p Labels Calendar Printing Is firm confidence in the al- ter) who was substitute Vatican secretary of state, were Archbishop P a t r Ie k A. It Is dear to Us moreover to

I'laquuPosteud. Badges powerful help of the Lord. O'Bayle (left) of Washington and Archbishop (later Cardinal) Amleto Cicognani, encourage and bless with grea rDONUT

Trophlei Flags He who Indicated His belove then apostolic delegate to the United States and now renamed papal secretary of heart the very beloved mi! E ;

Decala Gimmicks will find In Us the echo of a lionaries; the light of Our eye; .
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our venerable brothers. the Fathers vho on all continents, In the ..
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were, all men around his bed to social problems. It requires The vastness of the task
imposed, vigilant and serene :certain that the help of Go
of pain, making them "one< farseeing action and t hat awaits Our poor energies
strength untiring zeal for His:
vill never be wanting to THOMSON & McKINNONIN
heart and one mind" in one< care for underdeveloped countries I. such as to bewilder the hum
glory, missionary earnestnes: vho live and work only for
( DIAPERSERVICE single pulsation of respect, of where the standard of 1)le Priest called to the height
for the universal clear and
SINCE 1924
@ I persuasive propagation of the veneration and of prayer. living is often unworthy of the ()f the supreme keys. But Wvill < Urn.We turn -with very special ORLANDO

Gospel.At The heritage We have gars human being. It calls for a dedicate to you 0 u:r praise tot h fI members of Member New York Stock Exchange

2100 t ROIINJOW, AYE.tvttv Tiered from Our predecessorsshows voluntary study on a universal ]>rayers and Our daily efforts
the outset of Our pontifical Catholic Action, who help
Us the fall gravity of scale for the betterment of living We need, nonetheless, four and other principal; exchanges
eunt MNKB ra wmmn jumscmcu ministry the memory the Church's hierarchy in

:S ::',mn csuaoiATo NLUT4 v N mrio'Mi, iin i raviolI of Our predecessors returns! the duty that lies before Us. conditions. collaboration and your the apostolate, and to those CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2.7183
eiu PAILS I prayers, that It may rise con.
.. "OUI P'OlOUlU hOW StYLES&AU.DI.IS.wllII tenderly and pleasantly to These are the words of Our Fear God, Rivals UrgedThe stantly to God "in fragrant who work in the various or.

Our mind. predecessor St. Leo the Great: ganlzations both national and
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spiritual and glorious heritage: of Our smallness and on mankind, will be singularly Church. embrace then with fa.

.DIAl ttmct fvaiCTJtr AX*. Pius XI and his unconquerable the magnitude of the task \Ve blessed by the Lord if men That is why Our heartfelt herly love all who suf. 10,000 sq. ft. of Display

strength of mind; Pius XII, have taken up, We too must truly know how to recognize J gratitude and thoughts go out en the sick, the poor, th COLONIAL AGE STORETruly

who illuminated the Church say with the Prophet: 'Lord, ]I each other as brothers rather ,oward the sons of the Catholic prisoners and the exiles, the

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RAY MEARS of wisdom; and finally Johi tened I considered Your ac world order in the holy fear 1 he: testimony of their faith,, And finally we salute 0 u r Central Florida

JEWELERS XXIII, who gave to the world< tion and I trembled ." But of God In respect for His laws, ,he spectacle of their unity sons in Christ, among whom E-Z TERMS -Trade ins

the example of his singular since We have the constant in the of Ve wish to mention especiall: but much less to "
gentle light charity ,he regal splendor of their dig "A little out of tho way so pay.
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goodness. atonement of the Almighty and the bold and generous! youn]
and mutual collaboration.
since 1 nth words of
Eternal Priest who like unto eople in whom rests sun e
with the of
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Us and same as God, moreover, will be to make Christ hope
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every preserve of Christ the King.
What Price very special way, with gratefu level of and raised humanity nd simple souls; the humble
and reverence, men great blessing of peace among (;Clem. Al., Strom. XI, 4,18,3)),.
as high as God, We re nations-a which is not and the great of the earth; all
the figured the mourned John peace Hierarchy FelicitatedWe MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN
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COXCESIO, Italy (XC)-The
two brothers of Pope Paul VI
Father Patrick Joseph Halli-
screened their joy with acts of
ordained Priest 40 III k.
gan, years
., : humility when they heard of
ago at the his election to the papacy. Both
Church of St.
s t' Ludovico and Francesco heard
John Lateranin n .
.tI the news of the election on
Rome, was
t buried here on i
Ludovico, an attorney was
June 26 at a
in the town of Gavinana, in

Requiem Mass.Archbishop the Province of Pistoria, wherehe P
Joseph i ky1-1
was taking part in a meet-
P. Hur
Ing. When he heard Giovanni
ley presided at
Cardinal Montini's name an- ,
the r Q t
funeral nounced, he slumped into a :'
tOr.: HaUl\ here inS t. ij .
Michael Church. Father Halli- chair.Then all"}"; .
he called on all those BECOMES A CARDINAL IN 1958
gan, 64, was born in County F s ,
Galway, Ireland. Retired from 4 .p S }. il4 present to recite the Apostles' The above photo was taken during a ceremony fn
"j Creed
the Diocese of St. Augustine, ;.i e which Pope Paul VI, then Giovanni Cardinal Montiniwas
"It's an immense Joy, a joy
he died last week In New Mex- R made a Cardinal in December, 1958.
R for the whole world now that

ico.The g; he's the Father of all," he later
body of the Priest, M4i- .
told the prcss.Francesco. Makes First
brought to Fernandina in compliance Pope Trip
._----,-_. 'S t a doctor, has been
with his wishes, was itt
.1 N recovering from a heart attack
burled In the cemetery of the
Giovanni Cardinal :Montini the t at his villa in Bovezzo. Outside Vatican
parish where h e served for as Archbishop of City
Milan, serving as shepherd to See is When he heard the news of
many years as pastor. He was Italy's largest pictured -

also a former pastor in DeLand. visiting St. Macario Church near Milan. his brother's election, he insisted VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI made his first

Archbishop Edwin V. Byrneof 4. on Retting out of bed trip outside the Vatican on his first full day as Pope.
i to kneel for the blessing
Santa Fe presided at a Re- After rising at 6 a.m., pray.
given on television by Pope tolic Nuncio to Hungary who
quiem High Mass at the funeral ing briefly and dressing, Pope
Church Paul VI. has been at the
AA/brld/ long living
J& : I Paul offered Mass at 6:30: in
last week In Albuquerque. i ..,.... The day before Cardinal Hospice of the Sisters of Santa
the private chapel of his apart
i VICAR OF CHRIST Montini left for the conclave in Marta: in the Vatican.
ment. Assisting him his
ST. ANNE DE BEAUPRE Wearing the papal mitre, Pope Paul VI extends his Rome he had visited with was
He then visited the bedsideof
secretary, Monsignor
Radios Extended Expelled by Sudan blessing to persons all over the world. Francesco.
Giovanni Macchi. Archbishop Josyf Slip 'l of
PUXO, Peru (XC) Bishop VERONA, Italy (XC)-Still During his first morning LAOV who came to Rome in

Julio Gonzalez Ruiz S.S., of another Catholic Priest has Blesses FamilyVATICAN l. .. : ; (June 22)), he received in aud- February his year after 18

jF 1a Puno, blessed the latest Mary- been expelled from the Sudan, CITY (XC) Cteetv, .. \.n.L1&NCTC : ience Amleto Cardinal Cico- years of house arrest and pris
knoll radio station which .
can where an Arab-dominated military I'oilelaul VI sent his firsttelegram gnani, Papal Secretary of on in the Soviet Union.On .
each a million Quechua and is . .
government attemptingto his - State Archbishop A n gel o
and blessing to --- ---- ; Monday at 10 a.m. Rome
\ymara Indians here.
impose Islam on the predominantly brothers: Dell'Acqua, Substitute Secre- time, he received the clergy of
Called "Blue the Delegates CDA Anniversary
Wave Negro and pagan "To Our very dear I udo- tary of State for Ordinary Affairs his new diocese, Rome. The

+; rII station is an educational outlet population of the south. A ico and Francesco, and to MIAMI BEACH (XC)-Some WHITE SULPHUR ; Archbishop Enrico Dante, audience was in the Vatican's

which will offer Spanish and Father Franco Sesenna, 34, your families in revered 1,000 delegates from U. S. Catholic SIMUXCS, West Virginia (XD Prefect of Pontifical Mastersof Clementine Hall. At noon on

1 ;social economic programs t o is the 110th Catholic missionaryto memory of our departed ones colleges and high schoolsare -The 60th anniversary of the Ceremonies; and Monsignor Monday: he received diplomats

he: Indians living in countless be expelled from the Sudan who taught us faith In Christ expected here for the 14th founding of the Cat h 0 11 c Mario Nasalli Rocca di Cornel- accredited to the Holy See.ot.t'U'ti ,

pillages scattered throughout since the and love for the Church, the biennial National Catholic The- Daughters of America will be iano, Master of the Papal
9 Day Pilgrimage & Tour government steppedup
the: Andes mountains of Peru.
first of the apostolic blessing ate r Conference conventionfrom celebrated at a banquet here Camera.
from Chicago (Escorted) to its antimissionary activitieslast
OUK Ir..\))\ OF TUB CAPE Missioners Lauded of jour most affectionate August 22 to 2G. July 4 at which the supreme In the afternoon, Pope Paul risk \\KITINt t4"I'IO..U:
;year. He returned to the council directors will be ,
ST. ANNE I)} RKAI7PRK brother, today, through Robert Crean, award-winning guestsof in his first trip outride! the Vatican rtrtns-1IFFIt: 'i. MH: 'ITMKNTM ;:
LI SI A (NC) ArchbishopR motherhouse here of the Sons divine design playwright of television honor. The CDA was founded visited .\ < AKTIHTH M' 'ITLIKH:
ST. JOSKP1I OILtTORYProvince productions as Pope, ailing
o 1 o Carboni, Apostolic of the Sacred Heart Verona will be the on June 18, 1903 by the C.UUITU.'itUCTt.n' : : UIT8
of Quebec, Canada or "Pope Paul VI. keynote Enrique Cardinal Pla y Deniel fiHttTI\U: : : ('.\lHII'41'i1I001.
From Chlragn vl* Nuncio to Peru, praised work Fathers. speaker. Theme for the convention Knights of Columbus in Utica, Archbishop of Toledo, Spain, scrrl.Iis:

A1.o Included Alp Conditioned In the above lint tour lone by missioners for the social will be "Toward A New York. at the Spanish College inRome's BRADFORDSStationers

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1 basin 0)11.XCFathcr William He also visited the Vatican ,
Dales 0' Departure: will be the Deauville Hotel and
June thru Oct 'IS "Fruits of missionary work For World's Countries Barry College. L. Kelligar, 36, has assumed grottoes to pray at the tombof 310 Park A\'e., South
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Fa lima Lourdes Kom Priesthood and the religious VATICAN CITY (NC-In his first audience, June 24, newspaper. He also! was named Dave Sims Owner
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life," he said. "We are mak- with diplomats accredited to the Holy See, Pope Paul VI pastor of St. Mary:\ Magda

Auk Mexleo.for tree folder on the special ing great progress." referred particularly to Pacem in Terris, the last encyclicalof Joseph J. Quinn, 67, one of thenation's lene's parish. As editor he succeeds the visit to the grot

Budget tour and Mediterranean his immediate top Catholic journalists Monsignor: Edmond C. where he laid wreath ATERfJ.'lmnlnllrlmrlllln
predecessor in the Chair of Peter. He toes, a on CLEAR
Cruise five weeks, all incL, Memorial and a two-term presidentof
only 148900. Planned voiced anew the Church's respect for "the dignity and the the Catholic Press Association Walshwho died last February. Pope John's tomb, Pope Paulvisited
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Weekend pilgrimage tours to Our KOAIK (XC)-St. Paul's Episcopalian mission of each of the coun- is dead. Father Kelligar studied journalism two sick prelates in the ,
lady of the Snows, Belleville, church for Americanshere tries of the world.? See and the nations) above__ all at Creighton University Betty K. O'Brien
Quinn, who had a part in Vatican.
IllinoK plans to put up'a memorial those debates: : which so often here, served in the Army from : & Company
The Pope greeted the
Economy Our I...pilgrimage.,.. of Guadalupe tours,to [ to Pope John XXIII. mats by saying: diplo- make relations difficult be- founding two Catholic news 1915 to 1947 and a few years He first visited Archbishop 1915 Crew St. Ph.446-SMS I
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