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:
September 20, 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.


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
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Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
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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I, 3DNOlPriests
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Prepare riomage

iiJoriJa.i1" To Eucharist JacksonvilleST

ottc AUGUSTINE Priests of the Diocese of st. Augus-j ; .' yam', ... 1'

tine prayed this week for the sucess of the Second Vatican J'r'1S. JJ. .. SM

Council. The Priests, on annual retreat at St. Augustine .

from September 16-20, observed a General Council theme .
S''S I $
during the spiritual program.. At the end of the retreat, j a a t '

plans were discussed by the Priests' committee for the i I L 1 a d

forthcoming diocesan Eucharistic Congress in Jacksonville. %_ t _

XXIV, No. 47 Orlando, Florida, Friday, September 20, 1963 Ten Cents Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley: rupt his attendance at the I :a,' __
scheduled to leave the Diocese
Council to fly home for the
today for Rome, will return for
diocesan demonstration of solidarity
the Eucharistic Congress on with the Council Fathersin .

People Urged to Pray, October 27.Archbishop. Hurley will be King.homage to the Eucharistic

Father NeilA.
met in Rome by
At the end of the retreat this '
Sager, vice-chancellor. The II r-T =
week, Priests who are in :& Sx ::1
Archbishop Is being accom- charge of the groundwork for .p",ay'
Do Penance for EventVATICAN panied on his flight to Europeby xwg,
Father James F. Gloekler! the Eucharistic Congress (
mapped out additional prepara .
They will be in Vatican City'when tions. :. !
the General Council resumes r!
CITY '(NO)-An appeal to encourage prayer and penance for a happy work .on September 29. "Let all roads lead to Jacksonville i< .".

outcome of the ecumenical council has been made by Pope Paul VI in an apostolic ex- ''The Archbishop will inter- and the shores of the" ., .' .?'
'I St. Johns River next month,
nortauon to the worldsCatholic
I also that Priests, seminariansand said Father Mortimer Dan-

Bishops. members of religious In- aher, executive secretary of z
After noting the paramount stitutes take the lead in his the Congress.'

Importance the Church,of Pope the council Paul said for call for. special prayer and O DIVINE SPIRIT, Thou who, sent by the Father He was committee spokesman which for thePriests' is

that he placed his trust first of penance.On in the name of Jesus, dost assist and infallibly m .
penance he wrote: headed by Monsignor PatrickE.
all in the help of the Lord and "We paternally exhort all guide the Church graciously pour forth upon the Nolan V.F.

of the faith Ecumenical Council the fullness of .,
then In the prayers that in the coming Rogation Thy gifts. The pastors, upon their re ;,

ful. He therefore take asked that to Days each voluntarily observe O Teacher and Comforter, come in sweetnessto turn to their parishes, will encourage HOLY FATHER BACK AT VATICAN CITY DESK
very! Bishop measures the fast according to all who c:on do s>o k >
see that his faithful are spirit his enlighten the minds of our Bishops who,respond monthto Preparations for the second session of the Second Vatican Council, due to openon
own strength, even make the journey next
ually prepared for the great though it is not commendedby ing to the call of the Supreme Pontiff in Rome, are Jacksonville to honor Christ September'29, went on in Castelgandolfo while Pope Paul VI was there from Au-

event. ecclesiastical authority. to gather in solemn session. the King. Every Catholic in the gust 5 on. He has returned to his desk in Vatiacn City after a five-week stay in the

He wrote: "May: the faithful willingly Grant that this council may bring forth abun- Diocese is red to reserve the Alban Hills.Call .

"We are that certain it Venerable above all perform other voluntary mor- dant fruit; that the light and strength of the Gospel last Sunday in October to
Brothers, is tifications, especially abstain' travel to the Gateway City for
upon this effort of prayer ing from certain entertainments may radiate ever more widely throughout the the event. to Second Session of CouncilStresses
and Christian penance that human community; that the Catholic religion and
which too often are immoral Parking nil be availablearound
the hope for the abundant its missionary impetus. may take on new vigor;
and censurable let the Suns
spiritual harvest of the council them pardon offenses received.A that there may be deeper knowledge of the teach- The parking committee chair- First Goals of Pope JohnVATICAN

will depend, for it is first spontaneous pardon extinguishes ings of the Church and healthful progress towardsa man is Father Matthew

of all a work of the Holy the tragic flames of discords more Christian way of life. Connolly. CITY '(NC-Pope) Paul VI in officially summoning the Fathers of the

Spirit."All that Is humanly possible in such a way as to silence Most sweet Guest of our souls, confirm our school Meanwhile choirs, in are the rehearsingthe parishes, Second Vatican Council to the second session has reaffirmed Pope John's intention that

must be done to prepare for hatreds and quarrels minds in truth and make our hearts ready for program of music which the council rejuvenate the t ers to each of the Fathershe faithfully and in an apt and

the council. However, neither which today unfortunately are obedience, so that decisions of the Council may findus will be sung during the Con- Church "in its perennial t; Bishops of the world and convenient i\ay.

the ordered assembly of the so widespread as to generatenew generous in assent and prompt in fulfillment. gress by the combined choral vigor." ther participants.The "This energetic vigor of the

council, nor the penetrating disasters and often groups'from chosen schools. Pope Paul sent identical let- Pope referred to the Church, which illuminates, attracts
pro- We to Thee also for the sheep that are no
power of the debates, nor the pray ecumenical council as the "ma- moves souls, can take
studies diligently prepared by voke irritated minds to the longer in the one fold of Jesus Christ; may they October 20 Rally Date j jestic work" of John XXIII. new strength from the council

the council Fathers which will spilling of their brothers' who rejoice to bear the name of Christian be at He said "You know the purpose which meets at the tomb of

have the most important part blood." last restored to unity under one Shepherd. of this council, which has St. Peter."

In the council-none of these The Pope then urged the Renew in our days Thy wonders, as in a new Decided for SouthwestSARASOTA .more participants than any For this reinvigoration of

will produce the fully and faithful to give their assistanceto Pentecost and that Church gatheredin other the Church, Pope PattlLjilJjedthat
; grant Holy Southwest deanery Holy Name men "As it was expressed by the "wide diversity of

stably determined purposes of Christian charities, as a one same heartfelt prayer around Mary, Mother will rally October 20 at Holy Cross Church in Palmetto, it Our illustrious predecessor, forms of the apostolate be fos-

the council, but only long and form of the good works to be of, Jesus, and under the guidance of Peter, may was announced here following a September leadership the Church must appear in tered," and that the laity take

attentive prayer, corporal and offered for the success of the spread the kingdom of our divine Saviour; kingdomof seminar for deanery officers. its perennial igor, the in. part in this work.

spiritual mortification offeredto council, naming especially truth, of justice, of love and of peace. Amen. involved in the seminar pro He said the council Is linkedto
t::,This .report. completes the gram. .,strument of salvation for:all; "the Church's.sollcltude to
God, and holiness of customs those that help the poor "and. L -Prayer by Pope John XXfll fall deanery rally schedule for Southwest Deanery's parish% to her Our Lord Jesus Christ favor union among men, in the

and pious works. the sick. Holy- Name men throughout- Holy Name men were repre- has entrusted the deposit of first place among those who
the Diocese, according to JamesJ. sented at the seminar by near-
Pop Paul recommended No Autonomy East or WestArchbishop the Faith, to be guarded FATHERS, Page 8
McAuliffe of Orlando, HN 100 cent attendance of
especially the prayer writtenby ly__. per_ .r_
Diocesan Union vice-president, officers for whom Air. \ -

Pope John XXIII for the who conducted the recent semi- Auliffe's plan is geared. He Council Agenda to Begin On

success of the council, and he Slipyi Emphasizes nar in Sarasota. has already reached parish officers .

recommended that the Collect The other deanery rally in two other deaneries

prayer to the Holy Spirit be Universality of Mother Church dates, already published, are with the seminar program. 'Nature of Church' ThemeVATICAN

ordered inserted in a 11 the The St. Augustine Holy Participants and the subjects
CITY (NC) The session of the ecumenical
rally they covered at Sarasota were: -
Masses of the Latin Rite ROME (NC-Ukrainian Rite Archbishop Josyf Slipyi of Lvov has said there is no Name Society Deanery which starts 29 will discussionswith
will meet at St. Paul Church, Father Cornelius A. Dough- council September open
(oratio imperata). He urged place for either an independent eastern or western. church within the universal Church. Jacksonville, September 29, beginning OCTOBER 20 Pace 8 a revised draft on a controversial subject, the nature
A :n iC't: .1 1
rc llUl llVl' ;:11111, re eased: ; contrast to Orthodox "demo- with 8:30 a.m. Mass. of the Church, the council

Paul will Mark in February after 18 years of cratic principles." The Central Holy Name Society secretariat has said here.
Pope Special detention' in the Soviet Union,
Discussing relations be. Deanery rally will be The draft was revised by a
spoke during an Italian television -
tween the Catholic and Orthodox held at Good Shepherd parish, coordinating commission which

Ceremonies During CouncilROME lems facing program the on ecumenical the prob- Churches, Archbishop Orlando, September 29, begin- k Qt t N a1 l 0 revised, shortened and com

Slipji declared: ning at 9 a.m. The Mass will be bined drafts prepared for the

(NC) The religious life of Rome during the council. "As an Oriental (Eastern offered at 9:15: a.m. in Good council cutting the total number

second session of the general council is expected to be The Archbishop's remarks Rite Catholic), I see many Shepherd Church. !PLEUGHP of projects from 70 to 17.
had been prepared daysin
studded with numerous brilliant extra conciliar ceremonies advance of the September 13 obstacles to the development, Following the diocesan Holy A draft on the subject, entitled

-including beatifications, consecration of 14 missionary intendedas progress and reunion of the Name Convention and the dio- De Ecclesla (Concerningthe
telecast and were not StCOr1GRFSS
Bishops, and Pope Paul's taking possession of his cathedral an answer to the attack on Eastern (Orthodox) Church. cesan Eucharistic Congress in Church), was taken up in

But I also see no fewer possibilities Jacksonville in late October, the final general meetings of
church St. John Lateranon the Church made the same .
Although none of these of success, removingstep the last rally of the season will the council's first session last
November 9. day by Archbishop Chrysostomos -
events has been officially announced Orthodox by step the various ob be that at St. Petersburg for fall, although Alfredo Cardinal
of the
On November 17 Italian primate
by the Vatican, plans Church of Greece. stacles and causes of discon Holy Name men of the West hS -- Ottaviani, president of the
Father Vincent Romano who SPC
for them are well under way. said tent. Coast Deanery. They will rallyat theology commission which
The Orthodox primate
died in 1831 will be beatified.
First of them following the Although the council is in Athens that unity betweenthe The Archbishop continued: St. Jude Church on November drew up the project, had urged

reopening of the Second Vatican Orthodox and Catholic "Since Jesus Christ found 17 beginning with the 12.30 that its discussion be postponed
scheduled to close on December
Council of September 29 unattainable. He ed a single universal Church o'clock noon Mass. because of the short time left
4, another beatification is Churches is
will be the beatification of believers under a single universal pas Mr. McAuliffe was accom- in the session.
scheduled for the following added that
Venerable John N. Neumann, the doctrineof tor, there is no room for an panied to Sarasota last week Official council press bulletins -
Sunday, December 8, when the will never accept
Bishop of Philadelphia from Infallibility and autonomous eastern one by some Central Florida said at the time that speakers
Italian boy Nunzio Sulpriziowho papal
1852 to 1860. The Czech-born the Church with being (church) just as there is no Holy Name leaders who were "generally praised the substance
died at the age of 19 charged
prelate is to be declared blessedon be declared blessed. "centralist and absolutist" In UNIVERSALITY Page 8: joined at Sarasota by others and structure 0 f the

Sunday.. October 13. 1836 will .. _....-, ,,__.n y=,."j\Auu,.....{.. 1IfM ":"> ,l __.',. '''1'. "",..{idi ;:IL J. ,>""> '1v_",k. -- :. O>; l.'f!'<;/'=;1. project" but the bulletins also

Then on October 22, Pope .. r' ..w.w"b% s S': {' : ;, l '..', ..,. '*f noted that the project was

Paul is expected to highlight Y it".,' .z: ,F'w y,. ; y 'j; ,; f$9"r: ; criticized.One .
yY k'r
""q Y a: .. .2'. :"fji''H''w' ..5[.'. that the
tF' n'r/ f r Fv speaker
Mission Sunday by giving '' g3c// N/ "9 ; :,; >{> 4'Y', >
.. !
.. :"" r r y :
3! d L ;
episcopal consecration to 14 .9xy< M 'Sn. a I draft's form was too juridicaL

missionary Bishops in St. ,j It was also urged that the "doctrine

Peter's. on the relations betweenI

For October 27, the feast of i I I Church and state should be

Christ the King, is slated the |= formulated in a way which

beatification of Venerable Dominic t takes into account realities of

Barberi, Italian Passion- the present day and in such a

1st who died in Reading, Eng- way as not to be unduly of.
fenslve to the state."
land, in 1849, four years after
receiving the late Cardinal I Archbishop Pericle FeUd the

John Henry Newman Into the council's general secretary,
said in a note published in the
Catholic Church.On .
4g Vatican City daily newspaper
ti'aab '
sched- F t 4
October 28 there Is
L'Os er\atore Romano:
uled a solemn commemorationof w.t
"In the 37th general meeting .
the late Pope John XXIII on
which Mill take place at
the anniversary of his electionto
90 a.m., Monday, September
the papacy.On Q
v 4 30, discussion will be begun
November 3, Father ry MiiF
"usi on the project De Eccle la'
Leonard Murialdo, Italian
after which it will be presented .
founder of the Pious Society of

St Joseph of Turin who died in and illustrated.
Council Fathers "who desireto
1900, will be beatified. ray c w$
s < speak on the general principles
On November 4 there will bea
of the said project are
solemn commemoration of
.,,..ry asked to transmit before the
the fourth centenary of the S
30th a resume of their remarksto
Council of Trent's decree on .. _, .
,. ,
_._ secretariat of the
'- -- the general
the establishment of semin- 27
aries. is between the Coliseum (the round building) and council according to article 33
their destination Father Morsite
Jacksonville Suns' Stadium has been chosen for of Christ the King says
Pope Paul in his capacity The is built of the regulations of the council.
executive will be the the Gator Bowl at left. The sports complex on
diocesan Eucharistic Congress. When timer Danaher, secretary, '
the "
of Rome will take
as,Bishop the St Johns River. .
Baseball Park (center foreground). The
the feast Jacksonville
possession of his cathedral pilgrims converge upon the Gateway City on


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ST. PETERSBURGENJOY Florida ';. .. ,..'........... < < ":"''-. ..." >" ... '-'' .' -1", the September 10 meetingof
> .
,! : : ; :' .q. "l g' i:1 1\g ;- the Ascension Catholic'omen's
: ;
< -> t" \\ Guild plans were an-

AUTOMATIC ReportsOrlando '0 nounced for activities for the

... ,, ........ coming 'ear. The Guild will
"KeepFilled"DELIVERY .
".' f .. .;;t .' -- sponsor a bazaar November 16

1 'f featuring a frontier land

Phone 'V d theme. The Guild i will also
: f .
St. Pete 898-111! ST. JOHN VIANNEYThe ? ..A.:..... sponsor a rummage sale to be
women of the St. Jude j F held October 18 and 19.
Clearwater- 446-8314
Circle of St. John Vianney di The members of the Guild

o parish have planned a Stanley decided to sponsor the Girl
1.Ii1.4 Scout troops which meet In the
Party for October. ] Church hall.Fol1owing.

OLDEST and LARGESTIN The event will be held on the business meeting -

?INELLAS5V4 October 13 in the parish social Mrs J. McMenamy gave

hall following the 12:30: Mass. several book reviews. Mrs. )Ic-

Menamy pointed out the Importance

ST. ANDREW of reading\ spiritual

I During the summer months books.

% the Holy Name Society and the Mrs. John Hors chel explainedthe

Guild and how it into
St. Andrew Guild completed redecorating fits

; INTEREST the church hall. = .. the deanery.

Also included in the work was .

: CATHOLICChurchHospital the redecoration of the temporary .Ob a. v ST. PETERSBURGFLORIST

convent for the Sisters. r .r.'.M&> ...' :. 4 '4 ;J 3 --w
91f 140I J l
y. ? w.
Andrew's Guild is w
St. havingits '+rl
l "get acquainted tea" on Sep- jj 4

tember 29 at the Jamaica Inn
i School Motel. The Sisters and the '",. ...... '.. n __ "'.;.:"'':. __ ""wt ..z:..3Z1ix a_;1;".&... .. .NW.WJI\---. '.__xa.,..._ ,.,_ """ ._ """..,'_-.t-._ ..;:'., ...,..\. I


guests of the event. Organization of a new area club at St. Brendan parish' in Onnond ipants using the new shuffleboard courts of the parish are, from the tea I.akTl-GREENHOUSES At*, ("..

- - Beach will take place September 16 at 8 p.m. in the parish social hall. left, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ogg, :Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parchmann, Mr. and WE UIKi FLOWERS

T. WINTER & CO. K of CMercy Interested persons should contact Matt Queenan, OR 70716. Partic- :Mrs. Queenan and Mrs. Katherine Sullivan and Louis Schlosser. MT- I36
ST. r1TFR5BCROEdouard
Medical Center will be
401 Florid. Theatre BnlldlnrSt. Winter ParkST.
the main recipient of proceeds JacksonvilleST. SAN JOSE St.
rtttrtbnrc 1, Fla. rb. In-on Petersburg
from the 5th annual charity Father Mortimer Danaher Council Adds MARGARET MARY
I AME .........,.............. VINCENT HOSPITAL the BLESSED TRINITY C. Craig
ball to be held by the Monsi- spoke to members of the The Holy Name Society of and
ADDRESS .................... gnor Bishop Council 2112, Presentation of Senior bandsat San Jose Parish Guild and the u. S. PrelateTo The Holy Name Society of St. Margaret Mary parish held Contractor Distributorfor

CiTy.. ......... STATE... ... Knights of Columbus.The St. Vincent's Hospital Schoolof mothers of children attendingSan Blessed Trinity Church, St. its first meeting for the seasonon a
F.C. Nursing was the occasion for Jose Grade School at the Petersburg was host to a father Yikon Metal l, Ceramic
ball will be an event of
September 4 at the old rec-
October 12 at the new Monsi- an evening of music in the opening meeting of his Guildon Top BoardVATICAN and daughter meeting on tory. Father John F. Wells, and Mosaic Tiles
Schulz Auditorium on September September 9 in the parish September 3. Dr. Henry L.
Hall located at 9l7-94th
gnor Bishop spiritual director, and the society St. So 347-4101
4421 East Colonial Drive. Music 10.The. social hall. Father Danaher's CITY (NO-Pope Schmitz, president, opened the officers presented the
talk concerned the history and Paul VI has named three new meeting with a description of
I will be provided by Brad Brad- class of 1965 opened the planned activities for the com-
the aims and the
the of Catholic members of the ecumenicalcouncil's spiritual
way from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Refreshments program with the singing of importance ing year. These activities will HEINZEN
benefits derived from member-
will be furnishedto "Bless This education. board of presidents,
House. Miss Mar be initiated with a "Bull Roast"
.,J the participants.The garet Hinkle, vice-president of Hugh Donovan, chairman of raising the membership of the ship in the society. Plans were which is tentatively scheduledfor ,
the church finance committee board to 13. announced for the coming a
cost will be $10 per cou the class of 1965 was the Saturday, October 26 at ,
pIe, and reservations may be hostess for the evening, intro also spoke at the meeting. Mr. New members are Albert Holy Name Holy Communion Camp San Pedro. SERVICE 11

made by contacting Bill Sykes ducing the seniors and present- Donovan discussed the objectives Cardinal Meyer, Archbishop breakfast to be given Sunday, _
October 13. The annual parish Holy Com I'BFE PICKUP A DELIVERY
: or Joe Steinert at 424-9483 and ing the program. and purpose of his com of Chicago; ; Stefan Cardinal lath St I lth A**. lo.Phon .
I CY 3-05G9 respectively.The mittee. Mrs. D. D. Berga, Guild AVyszynski: primate 0 f The speaker for the eveningwas munion breakfast has been Al1.'UIlotH
The musical entertainmentfor president, appointed the stand- Poland Father Brendan Lawlor, planned for Sunday, March 15, t GBPKV !TAMP$
first event to be held in and Giuseppe Cardi- lib !St.! lAth Ate ...
the new council hall will be an the evening was providedby ing committee chairmen for nal Slri, Archbishop of Genoa > president of Bishop Barry two weeks before Easter Sun- Phono 6-41ll
two young local artists, Ed- the High School and supervisor of
house on October 6. The coming year. Italy.
Also is
open day. planned a spaghetti -
ward Doe, bass-baritone,' and Notre Dame in
Heading the Guild circles this Academy St.
target date for completion of The appointments of Cardinal -
dinner be
to sponsored by
Bowers, pianist and Father
will be Mrs. Arthur Conrad Petersburg. Lawlor
year -
the new hall is October 5. The
Meyer and Cardinal Sir
accompanist. Mr. Doe's open- Mrs. Thomas St. Denis gave a talk on the physical the society in May.
building, the second since the mean that the United States . .
Council was organized in 1920, ing selection was "Finch han- :Mrs. N. P. Cohan Mrs. R. V. and plant of the Academy and a de-
Italy each have two members -
dal'ino" (the "Champagnearia" Schultz, Mrs. Robert Philburn tailed account of the educational
PRAY FOR PEACE will be completely air-condi-- of the board. The other MUMFORDBefrlfteratlon
) from Mozart's "Don Mrs. Ted Low, Mrs. Sam courses offered to the stud
tioned and will seat 400.
U.S. member is Francis Cardi-
Giovanni "The Publican" ,AIr Conditioning
EUCHARISTICCONGRESS ; by Liberto, Mrs. Roy De La Fosse, ents. Following the questionand Strvlra
nal Spellman, Archbishop of heat ramp
B. Vandewater followed. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Aiken.Bradenton answer period, refresh Good .*4 Appliances
Flowers for Every Occasion Bowers selections were: "Ro New York. France is the only ments were served. m- '<>>. St. South St. Petersburg
mance" in D major, Op. 2, No. 1 country to two rhoors I II
Tinmanfs FlowersBonded Raff members. One of the Frenchmen ST. ANTHONY'S I Day sa5-817 SIte (28-3141 I 4645 9th Street North
OCTOBER 27Jacksonville by and "Rigoletto Para-

Florist phrase," (Verdi-Liszt). Mr. ST. JOSEPH ,. Eugene Cardinal Tisser- HOSPITAL .
Doe concluded the performancewith ant, dean of the College of Forty Hours Devotions are
Telegraph Delivery
The St. Joseph's Guild held Cardinals is the member
'This Was Mine"from planned at St. Anthony's Hos
3931 Central Ave. 862.3661 Nearly
"South Pacific" and "Gigi" its first social event of the sea representing the Vatican administrative pital beginning at 5:45: a.m., Low Cost

son, Sunday, September 8 witha
from the motion picture "Gigi." staff. Sunday, September 22. The

For his encore, Mr. Bowers membership tea for the wom- The board of presidents is Blessed Sacrament will be exposed Auto

Jackson's Shoes offered Schubert's ",,v e en of the parish. Each circle the group from which presiding on Monday and Tuesday NAT/ON/LL/ /

Maria", and Mr. Doe sang "Old had a display of its project for officers of daily council mornings at 5:45 and a High ? Loans

ladies' & Men's Man River." the year and members of the meetings are chosen in turn. Mass will follow. Services on G, srrsn sluso

Clinic Miller Members of the class of 1965 circles were available to Other members are: Sunday Monday and Tuesday
answer questions. Father Cor- evenings will be at 6:30: Available
continued the program, with A chill e Cardinal Lienart, pm.
e1"Yourproducts t Vitality Weyenberg nelius Dougherty, newly appointed and will consist of a sermon,
"You'll Never Walk Alone" and Bishop of Lille, France; Ignace
Priest attendedthe
: when yon Cushioned Bellaires parish Cardinal rite prayers and Benediction. The
"If I Loved You" from "Carou- Tappouni, Syrian
advertise them often in meeting to meet the womenof Forty Hours will close THE NATIONAL BANKOF
641 Central Ave. 862.1355 sel," and the St. Vincent's patriarch of Antioch; Norman
THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC school song. his parish. Cardinal Gilroy, Archbishop of Tuesday evening at 6:30: with ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA

-------- Mrs. Rose Rowe, chairman of Sidney, Australia; Enrique Car- the sermon, singing of the 1000. TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH

K of C St. Monica's Circle, was general dinal Pla y Deniel, Archbishopof Litany and Benediction. The Member F.D.I.C.

Madeira Beach Bank The Arlington- Council, chairman of the tea. She was Toledo, Spain; Joseph Car- sermons at the evening serv GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK

MADEIRA BEACHMember Knights of Columbus will meet assisted by members of her dinal Frings, Archbishop of ices'will be preached by Father
circle and the chairmen of the Kieran McMahon O.F.M.
October 8 at 8:00: p.m. in the Cologne, Germany; Ernesto
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ". -.. Christ the King clubhouse. other circles. Cardinal Ruffini!, Archbishopof ST. JUDE For Clubs

Phone 391-9911 Open Sat. 9-12 .. Father Michael V. Gannon Beginning on September 15, Palermo Italy; Antonio Car- The St. Jude's Women's -. o

will speak on ecumenical councils the Mass schedule at St. Jo- dinal Caggiano, Archbishop of Guild will sponsor a dessert For Holy Name

and show slides of the first seph's 12th Avenue downtown Buenos Aires, and Bernard card party on Saturday, Sep BreakfastFor

For Catholics Of Pinellas County session of the present council.All chapel is 6 and 9:45: a.m. The Cardinal Alfrink, Archbishopof tember 28 from 1 to 4 p.m. in

members of the society and announcement was made this Utrecht, the Netherlands. the school cafetorium.The Church

Calvary CemeteryEndowed their wives are invited. week donation is $1.00 and Gatherings
GainesvilleST. tickets may be obtained at the

CareU. door or by calling Mrs. John
I I Call..l .
PATRICKSt. Reitnauer at 5271326.

S. 19 at 58tlt- 5f. No. Phone 526-4238 I Try This Kitchen Treat I Patrick's Woman's Club CDAOn
held Its first September meeting .
Office Open 9.4 P.M. Daily & I-4 P.M. on Sunday last week. Father Thomas Sunday, September 22, at -wJster DONUT
1 p.m., a new Catholic Daughters
..agar. Gross began the meeting with
; ti
K of America Court will be
Benediction of the Blessed Sac- or Just drop in anytime
rament.He instituted in St. Petersburg.It Pasadena Ave., 341-7041 34th St., 898-4343
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOf will be known as Blessed
installed the followingnew
Elizabeth Ann Seton No. 1899.

South PasadenaOffers officers: Mrs. Louis W. The ceremony will take placeat iF '

4 Ziegler, president; Mrs. Lowell Court Sancta Maria Hall,
You Low For
a.nY Mock, vice-president; Mrs. Third Street and Sixth Avenue, KINGFISHRESTAURANT

FINANCING & REFINANCINGYour Edward Jacunski, second vice- South. In the future, the new ,

president; Mrs. James R. Jacobs Court will meet at Sacred

New Cr treasurer; and Mrs. Clar Heart Hall, Pinellas Park, on

Example: To Finance $2,000 ence Doerr, secretary. the second Tuesday of each

only $63.27 Per month includes all costs Following the business meet- month.
Ing Father Michael V. Gannon,
Call or Visit JOHN D. ADAMS >t
director of the Mission of Sarasota
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Nombre De Dios at St. Augus- Golden Fried or Boiled Shrimp

tine, gave an explanation of the INCARNATIONThe Succulent Scallops
Martin J. Roess, Chairman Ae Maria Guild of
Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
1057 Pasadena Ave. Phone 347-1161 b Incarnation Church will hold Luscious Lobsters
Father Gross, pastor of St.
Patrick's, acted as the cele- its first autumn card party on YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER _
Tuesday evening, September 24 SERVED OCEAN FRESHHUSHPUPPIES
brant of the "dry" Mass.
Give breakfast a boost at 2 teaspoons baking powder
'.. at 8 p.m. in the church halL AND ROLLS -
teaspoon baking: soda
house .
your during September.Be Mrs. Walter Kutz chairman, \
4 i teaspoon Nit Chicken and Steaks
FROM "JOSEPHINE TUSSAUD"OF sure your family begins the }. cup pugarCombine Statue Unveiled announced that there will be
with At Famous Johns Pass
day a good breakfast of
butter MOXTEMOR-O-XOVO Portugal prizes given at the event.
ENGLAND fruit fruit cereal milk sugar and
or juice
A ,
pineapple juice. Cook over low (\C) President Americo Tables will be arranged so that e
an enriched bread and a be'erage. -
heat, stirring constantly until Thomas unveiled a statue of everyone attending may play
4 4 Complete breakfasts of this
Florida's and
1js Mwtst most aa sugar has dissolved and mix St. John of God in the main the game of their choice.
usual cttractUi .t tM slgi .f sort pay dividends in alertnessand
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TH km.I during the busy After
119 energy Church
Spoon Into botton of greased Portugal where the Saint was Mrs. James O'Donoghue
morning hours.Here's .
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New Apostles .- ': -, _"1 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept 20,1963 I Page, Three
'I ;

Eternal Gifts Given Beggar for PoorBy a I, ST.Tampa JOSEPH LargoST.. PATRICK

Forty Hours Devotion will Monsignor John P. McNulty,

Glenn D. Kittlep begin with Solemn High Massat pastor, expressed wishes for

NOBODY knew who she was. "I am a,nonentity," she once said of herself, and this 11:30 a.m. in St. Joseph success in the coming year to

to be sadly true. Because of it, however she was actually one of the ereatt Church. Father John Stevens the 50 members who attendedthe

est women in the Church. has announced that there will season's first luncheon
assured. "I'll beg If I have "
1 Orphaned while still young, to. be Mass at 7:30 on Monday and given by St. Patrick's Women's
That was. the start. A year
Jeanne Jugan was moved from Tuesday mornings, September Guild.
later, Jeanne had ten elderly
family to family as a servantor ,tF 30 and October 1. Devotions on Meeting Wednesday of
I Largest women living in her apartment : ;- and last week at the American
Prescription a shopclerk. Existing at the Sunday, Monday Tuesday
t appreciate Pharmacy la the South bottom of the social ladder, she and she spent most of evenings will be lead by Father Legion hall, the group heardan
your patronage her-spare time begging for food
Free John Simms. Solemn address on wills and estates
Delivery FR 4.768 learned intimately all the horrors closing
and clothes for them.
Huntington BIdg. MiamiENJOY of being poor.It 4A will be on Tuesday evening. by John T. Flahive of the Pi
three other "
young nellas Central Bank and Trust
was bad enough to be poor women joined Jeanne in take OUR LADY OFPERPETUAL Company in Largo.

e e when one was young, but ing care of the aged and HELP

Jeanne observed in the life all
they grew increasingly Miss Wonders
around her that is was much convinced that God wished CLEARWATERSMITH'S
1 x wk +N Q .
a y Ytlhx Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wonders
worse to be poor when one was them to form a religious con
old and sick and unwanted.In gregation to specialize in of Tampa, became a can
the worlf didate of the School Sisters of
4 her youth, Jeanne had received serving the world's aban w
Notre Dame at an investiture
a proposal of marriage, doned.
; } ceremony held in Our Lady of
GREATESTSHOWS but she refused it because of Jeanne's Bishop appointeda
Perpetual Help Church,
an inner certainty she felt that young Priest to help her or. (
1A September 5. She is a 1963
: God had something special He ganize what became known as ,
graduate of Our Lady of Per-
wanted her to do. the Little Sisters of the Poor, Diamonds Watches
MAITLAND RUMMAGE SALE PLANNED petual Help Academy, and is
She wondered if God but the Priest was ambitiousand
meant for her to become a wanted to make himself? :Members of St. Mary Magdalen Altar Society at work on a rummage sale which now attending Notre Dame Silverware

I ONI Sister, and yet she felt no attraction the superior of the congrega will take place on the Maitland school grounds, October 4: and 5, are, from left, Mrs. land.College in Baltimore, Mary- PHONE 446-6975

: COLOR to any of the con. tion. To achieve this, he had to Elizabeth Coolidge, :Mrs. Herbert Jaeb, Mrs. William NanHorn, Mrs. Loretto Schiebel,

gregations in the Breton region replace Jeanne with another Mrs. Thad Kurek and Mrs. John Eberhard. Parishioners wishing to donate articles The Home and School Association 1213 Cleveland Plaza

of France here she Sister as Mother Superior, ,may call TE 85371.Kopling executive board held its CLEARWATER FLORIDJIM'S
first meeting Tuesday, September
lived.It someone who would be more
was in 1839, when she was amenable to his supervision. MaitlandST. 17 in the school cafeteria.
Society Told Of The Home and School associa-
i 47 years old, that her way be- Jeanne Jugan did not care.
MARY MAGDALEN tion's first meeting will be held AUTO BODY
came clear. She had no desire for authorityor

Jeanne was a shopclerk then, popularity; she wished onlyto Harm in Movies DrinkingCINCINNATI St Mary Magdalen's Day of Tuesday, September 24 at 7:30
pm. in the school auditorium.The & PAINT SHOP
sharing a small apartment with serve the aged poor. Recollection for the women of
Whether color black members of the board
or Francoise Aubert, a maid, and Thus she readily submittedIn '(NC-A former jurist has condemned the parish will be conducted
and white console active in the
or: urge participation 111 Curt Fla.Complrl .
Jeanne had taken on the habit holy obedience to her replacement -movies "which October 12 Father Cltarwattr.
light-weight portable preach mixed-up morality" and the "more Saturday, by -
iii her free time of visiting the and she confident program. Wreck Work
than casual" drinking among youths in the principal ad- Francis J. Walsh, the
CHANGE to aNEW elderly poor for whom, for that, despite his quirks, Anna Maria and Auto PalMing
dress at the ,15th.biennial convention of the Catholic Kop- chaplain of Orlando Air Force
reasons she could not under the Driest would guide the congregation 6 Appliance Refinished
TV SETYouTl ling Society of America here
stand, 'she was so deeply con well. To safeguardhis cooperating with God and Base. IslandST.

SEE and HEAR cerned. One day she came home position, the Priest assigned recently.John serving mankind. Luncheon will be served fora Phone 446-6304
the big difference with an unusual request. Jeanne to go out and beg W. Keefe, former ap Archbishop Karl J. Alter of FREE ESTIMATES

"Francoise," she said, "I every day for the community, peals court judge here, told I Cincinnati.convention host, offered dollar, it is announced. first meeting of the

A SECOND SET have just left an old woman and she readily accepted this, some 500 delegates there are a Pontifical Mass for the Recently, a listing of advertisers 1963-W season of St. Bernard

who is blind and "many eroding and harmful influences Guild was held Wednesday
Doublesthe, fan eatis- very poor. I delegates in St. Peter in Chains in the
too."I Greater Orlandoarea
fie everyone. Will it be all right with you if do not beg for myself which threaten the institution cathedral. A parade through evening at Annie Silver Hall JOIN OTHERSIN

she moves in with us?" but the poor," she said, "andin of wholesome and well downtown streets to the cathedral was mailed to Orlando with Mrs. Philip Hauenstein

SEE MM DEALER "How are we going to be able this way I serve God. ordered family life." preceded the :Mass. subscribers of the paper. The presiding. Along with Father

to afford her?" Francoise She served God in this way A chief influence, he said, Mass schedule listed for St. Francis Welsmiller, 23 members PRAYERAT

EURID POWER &UGIIT CI. asked. "We don't earn enoughto for 13 years, rugged years Is. "bad films." EustisST. Mary Magdalen on that mimeo- were present and one

HELPING BUILO FIQ&C support ourselves." spent walking the Breton roads He said many families "have guest, Mrs. Margaret Houston. THE
MARY OF THE; LAKES graphed sheet was in error,
"We'll find a way," Jeanne with doors frequently slammed; been torn asunder by exposureto There will be Plans were made for the
a "get-acquaint
in her face, dogs set upon her, bad films, those which I ed" coffee in the parish hall on Father Hubert J. Reason has events of the forthcoming sea EUCHARISTICCONGRESS
, storms drenching her. .reported. The Masses on Sun
When .
preach mixed-up morality,
Wednesday morning, October son, which Include a bake sale
nttkeoiiR tRip s pilaQimxa her persistence obviously those selling false values and :2 from 10 a.m. to noon. Every days at St. Mary Magdalen in on September 28, at the Holmes

stirred too many affections in trying to pass off sick, abnormal -.woman in the parish is invitedto Maitland are offered at 7, 8:30: Mrs. ,
Beach Shopping Center.
the community, the Priest sent :!.
disordered living for' attend. 10 and 11 o'clock. '

her to the novitiate and into what is right and good." ..., <. ;;" ';'> "'....)...Nf.N; ",.' .,: ... '.
retirement at the age of 60. Keefe, said 'much juvenile : man. St Ann's Circle will sponsor '!..

She lived there 27 years, delinquency is traceable to a Communion breakfast for .

hidden away in a small room teenage drinking." He stressed the teenagers of the parish on rI r',,
off the kitchen. She never disclosed .e! ::' .
that recent surveys show "be : Sunday September 29.
to the stream of novices
0 0 tween 50 and 75 per cent of 1
that she was their foundress; .
high school students drink
1 in saintly humility, she eluded than ,., 0; j We Offer Te A Soled, Cll.aUU
more casually.
Limited Numb Of PUttedAnd
all the honors that should have i
A convention highlight* i iJ' Improved Family Cttate
been hers as organizer of one the Four: riAnd: Sit Acre PUff t,
presentation of the 1963
of the leading congregations of : (
Kopling award to Charles H. ;>
the Church. ... "d: Mission ValleyEstates .
Keating, Cincinnati attorney
SCHOOLSSAINT Unable to beg for the poor ,. "
who founded and I.presldmt 1
now, she spent her time beg. H Atrt 44 .
of the nationwide
: :
ging for God's blessings on ol
citizens for decent literature re. Offie Box IfLaar.1
her spiritual daughters, and -------1 rr .:..: Bead Emit Sarasota Co.
JOSEPH'S ACADEMYSAINT the congregation flourished. organization.The .,...,. ." Laarel, FloridaADCOOe0(20)

AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA Once durin her begging Kopling Society has ( f
Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 7-12 irate some 3000 members 'in 13 units 1 I'L. 4t dJ 7.1.i" Brochure. Bettrlrtlon and
accredited years, an man, annoyedby .
Academic and commercial courses Fully
throughout the United States. Prices on request
her pleas, slapped her, and
Music Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor !. T -, .1 A.
further address Sister Directress she said: 'That, sir, I take as society was founded in : '
particulars : j
1849 in Cologne, Germany, by ,> ,.. .-.- __ ..-L. ,;. ,
your gift for me. Now, please WRITING THE FLORIDA
Monsignor Adolph Kopling.It .
give me something to help my CATHOLIC?

ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident poor." Ashamed, the man is dedicated to: service to Committee chairmen for the card party and enter- please include
tainment benefit planned 25 8 in the your
moving from September
emptied his pockets.In young men away p.m., ZIP code.
and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully a way, life slapped Jeanne their own families to work in Jacksonville Garden Center are, from left, members of FEAST OF

accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general Jugan, but through her prayers large cities; promotion of a the All Saints Home Auxiliary: Mrs. John W. Caven,

courses music art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy she went on begging for her strong family life through a Mrs. Arthur Ziegler, :Mrs. Robert O. McGill, Mrs. Wil- for the best in...

Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa, Florida. poor and her congregation. In religious foundation, and emphasis liam H. Lavan and Mrs. Ivan J. Korson, president of CHRIST THEKING

return, God emptied the on the "Christian con the auxiliary. The proceeds will benefit the works of pest*

pockets of heaven for her.Buffet cept of work" as a privilege of the Auxiliary.


Two Year
Coming Events
Liberal ArtsProgram e e
ThIs column nets future benefit, special meetings and ..vent or more ,
than local Interest. Advance notice .( regular meeting will be omitted. 7
followed by

'I- supper, card party, Church, Fernandina Beach. Holy :Name Society Rally, Deanery, October 17, Dun. call I

.'. eel s Transfiguration social hall, Card party, September 24, Central Florida Deanery; edin.

1I St. Petersburg, September :1, 8 pjn., Incarnation parish September 29, 8 a.m., Good Rummage sale, October 18- [ 'IGAINESVILLE'S

6:30 p.m. hall, Sarasota. Shepherd parish, Orlando. 19, Eau Galiie, Ascension par. fa th. tuk.ofyear fteea.

Card party, entertainment Holy Name Society Rally, bit Guild.
Junior 1 Year.Abroad Forty Hours Devotion,
benefit All Saints Home for St. Augustine Deanery; Sep..
22 St. An. supper, Sanford, AH
opens September Aged, Jacksonville, Garden tember 29, 8:30 a.m., St. Paul
Souls hall October
19, 6:30
thony Hospital! St. Peters Center, September 25, 8 p.m. parish, Jacksonville.

Paris- Rome-London- BarcelonaMARYMOUNT burg. Dessert card party, September Forty Hours Devotion, September p.m.Buffet
dinner, entertain
Forty Hours devotion, September 28, 14 p.m., St. Jude 29-October 1, St. Jo.
: ment, St. Paul school cafe. .
COLLEGE 22-24, St. Michael cafe tori uni, St. Petersburg.GREGG'S eph parish, Tampa.
torinm, Jacksonville Beach,
Rummage sale, October,
October 19; St. Paul Guild,
FOR WOMENin Sacred Heart parish, Sew JUST TWO BLOCKS FROM
HOME OF FLOWERSLakeland's Smyrna Beach sponsor.Southwest
Boca Raton FloridaROSARIAN Bazaar October 5, 4 to 9 deanery Holy
Conducted: by Tit IItl'CionIt Only Downtown Rorist Name Society rally, October
p.m. and October 6, 1 to 8 II
Vie fired Heart FLOWERS by WIRE p.m., school grounds, Holy 20, Holy Cross parish, Pal HUGH EDWARDS INC.

318 South Florida Avenue MU 2-8427 Rosary parish, Jacksonville., metto. X. E. 16th Are. & 15th Street

Moonlight cruise Florida DCCW meeting, Orlando

Queen7:30 p.m. October 5; Central Deanery, October 22,
Your Service For AH Lawn and Garden
ACADEMYResident One-Stop Supplies dock for entertainment, food, DeLand.

and day school for girls, on shores of beautiful SKYCREST GARDEN SUPPLY at Bahia Beach; Holy Family Card party, 311. Vernon FOR BETTER GROVES AND CROPS USE

Lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited. New Women's Guild, sponsor, St. Lodge, Winter Park, October

buildings. All sports, music, art, dramatics. Directed by FERTILIZERS.- INSECTICIDES. SEEDS & PLANTS Petersburg. 23, 8 p.m.; Maitland parish Hi-Grade Red Level
Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar GARDEN TOOLS- FREE DELIVERY White elephant and rum benefit. Dolomite
mage sale, October 4-5, Super Holy Name Society Con & Hi-Calcium Lime

Value Store, Altamonte vention, October :a-:7, St.

JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN Springs; St. Mary Magdalen Paul parish, Jacksonville. FROM
Altar Society and Guild. Diocesan Eucharistic Con-

BEACH. DCCW meeting, St. Augustine press, October 27, Jackson. CRYSTAL RIVER QUARRIES INC.
Resident and Ur school for girl- *rad ono through sr=. Ext n.l'rroBBd e GULF SERVICE e
In a hilly and pleturmju region. Large swimming pool. Deanery October 8, Tal ville. Phone Crystal River Florida 7952409OR
Tunis roart. Other sports farllltlr. Matte, art. daaclng sad dramatic. HERCULES & DREW lahassee. Rummage sale, October 29, ,
Conducted by tho Sitter. .( Saint Joseph. For farther Information YOUR SPREADER SERVICE
apply tot Sister Ulrcctret, Saint Joseph Academy Jensen Beach. PHONE 4X6-3710 Charity ball, Monsignor i Blessed Trinity Women's

Bishop Council 2112, Knightsof Club, St. Petersburg, sponsor.

Columbus, 4421 East Colonial Fall deanery rally, West

Drive Orlando, October Coast, St. Jude Church, St.
12, 9 p.m. Petersburg November 17, S INSURANCEFor

ANTONIO Stanley party St. John 130 p.m. Mass. ,
All Needs
SCHOOLResident Vlanney parish hall Orlando Fall dance, Jacksonville,
Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters .
1 October 13. Southside Woman's Club, November t'.. <
Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through school for boys grades 5 through 9. Located on Dec,,, meeting, Southwest 23, 9 punt; San Jose .TGlobe Insurance Agency

twelve Academic and commercial courses and private beautiful East Lake, Tampa. Ample facilities. Enriched academic Coast Deanery October 16, Parbh Guild, sponsor. .
classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with 4-\t
curriculum. Extensive music and sports programs. Bradenton. Spaghetti dinner, Camp ': 2103 W. Cess Street

private lake in a healthful location provides opportunity Write for descriptive catalog. Card party, Bishop Kenny San Pedro, November 23, 1 .. Tampa, Fla.,

for all sports. REV. FATHER High School Jacksonville, p.m., benefit Maitland parish.

FULLY ACCREDITEDFor DIRECTORP. October 16, 8 p.m.; Blessed Card party, December 6, P. Joseph Roc! geI. Agent _

_. further SISTER Information REGISTRAR address O. Box H, Tampa 5,. Florida Trinity parish benefit. St. Teresa parish, Titusville; Member- Christ the Kind Cthelie ChurthTlie !
h DCCW meeting West Coast Woman's Club, sponsor. __. __




;; .Catholic Comment Frank J. Sheed- '-: ',' t- ;..., !" : ;- :' How Best to Assist the Mentally/- III

Living Christ Received In THE experts tell us that one stances however, is as j grace to the soul. They are not

of ten persons has nothing compared to our j[Intended to be tools of therapy

Form of Consecrated Host been, is or will be afflicted with panic at the thought that our j[for mind or body.It .
_H Jesus Taught Doctrine of ChangeDID mental illness. This means that loved one is mentally ill is a great misfortune when

llTHY do Catholics Our reluctance to face the 'the members of the family of a
receive only the bread at Communion most or us
YV have or will facts be aggravated by a ]mentally ill person refuse to
? may
They're sacrament.
getting only
you ever notice how quick we are In some Catholic circles there is a a *'acknowledge that he is genuinely -
have Intimate mistaken-
known on"street vague feling-very
I have and
blame external things for our great demand for changes in the Mass and questioners not only contact with a that there is something dis- sick.

own weaknesses? On the other hand we other rites of the Church. As a matter of corners. where anvthinsr roes worked mentally ill graceful about mental illness. The earlier such a person receives

1 feel certain that external changes will. fact some are prophesying that the ecu into a rag over this, accusing the Priestsof person.lIen Actually there should be no treatment, the better art
robbing the laity, of cheating us, of g ,.. his chances for a complete re
offer a remedy. The real problem lies in menical council will make such sweeping such sickness more stigma attached to mental

this: we spend our time examining the changes that at last the Church will be in 'TI humiliating us, keeping something precIous does strikesomeone I than to physical illness. Sick- |covery. The longer treatme'ntIs
conscience and tune with the from us. Yet in almost all cases, if h ( postponed, the more the
public our neighbors' con- times. Even here it seems w ness, whether of body or mind.
sience. There is too little thought given to that the "supporters of change" often lose .* $ you ask what is being kept from us, they is close to us. Whatever the reason, a suf. disease progresses and the
can only "wine". If you ask what they it is more difficult therapy be-
say Importantthat
I selfexamination.In sight the fact that the Church must be ferer's own family often are

the time of Christ, the Pharisees out of tune with the times. Laws are too themselves are receiving, they say instantly we recognize the last ones to recognize that (comes.Ordinarily it is the family or

i had such an elaborate system of laws that often changed to suit men: Christ demanded "bread and wine"-not Christ Our the per- this, their loved one, is afflicted friends who must take steps to
wonders how the could that to God. The i Lord Himself. Their excitement about the with a serious personality ;
one common people men change suit pur- Father Leo J. Treseson's secure medical assistance.The .
possibly obey all of them. Yet Christ pose of the ecumenical council is to changemen mode of administering what to them is disorder. sick person himself,

classified the Pharisees as hypocrites and just as that ws Christ's purpose in only a symbol is not unlike that of those need for help and assist. He may be given to dark because of his condition,

"whited sepulchres" which inwardly coming upon earth.It who are angry with us for pouring water on the head in him in finding that help quick. moods when he withdrawn often is unable to recognizehis

housed dead men's bones. is true that the ecumenical council baptism instead of immersing the whole body, while yet ly. It sometimes happens thata and unsociable. He may exhibit need for treatment

Laws do not make people good, nor will make some external changes in denvimt----;' --0 that_n__ bantism- --. means----- The Sacrament Is concerned mental breakdown occurs i excessive and unfounded anxle- In fact, he may angrily resent -

; does changing the law make them better. Church laws because of the times. But the re-birth into Christ.believe with the Victim accepted by suddenly. More often however,, ties.He delu- the mere sugestion that
For laws to be effective they must reflect Divine In baptism we that the illness develops gradually. may experience he should see a psychiatrist,
Law can never be changed. The re-born into the living God and given back to us for sions or hearing things ;
we are seeing
This hos-
the conscience of the In gradualness may much less enter a mental
people. our own ecumenical council will continue to teach our nourishment.
Christ; in the we be- which others cannot perceive. ;
make it difficult for to
) country there Is great concern about the the law of the Cross. It is one that must lieve that Christ enters living Think for a moment about us He may become irrationally pital. .
recognize the onset of mental Unquestionably, it i b heartbreaking
upturn of delinquency, crime, divorce, and chafe, burden and bring men to their into us. Arguments about the nourishment. Every life must illness in someone we love. suspicious of others and be convinced ,, for any of us to have

corruption in government, business and knees. mode can only be secondary.We be nourished by food of its In the beginning we see that certain persons [to commit someone we love toa

sports. As a result there is a cry for The Pharisees tried to make men good may continue the con. own kind. We cannot feed our nothing but minor peculiaritiesor J seek to do him harm. [ mental hospital against hiswill.

changes in laws. The fact remains: people by changing laws. They intertwined legality versation by telling the objector -bodies with ideas but only with behavior. We hardly noticethe Faced with such sytuptoms ,' We recoil with horror

h must change before laws can be effective. with morality. They failed to changemen. that the Church is not as material food, chops and such; worsening of the sufferer's; family and friends will from the Idea of having police

Take the case of God's laws concerning Christ came to change men. He unalterably fixed as he thinksIn we cannot feed our minds with condition from day to day. try to smother their own Uneasiness ,men enter our home to "drag

1 marriage. :Many want them changed. taught the doctrine of sacrifice and love. its determination to give the chops (or such) but we can Perhaps we do not want to i I by urging the suffer (off" someone dear to us.

Why? It is either because people don't He provided the means of inner renewal laity the sacrament under the with ideas. notice it. We are reluctant to i I er to "Snap out of it." Yet there are times when

want to change themselves or it is thoughtthat through the sacraments and the Gospel. form of bread only. In the But how are we to feed a life accept the fact that someonewe They will recommend all.;love must rise to this height of
early Church a drop of the consecrated which is Christ? love is falling in mental]I sorts of totally Inadequate antidotes .
the laws are too difficult to keep. Too often laws speak to men the things ,selfforgetfulness.Forced
; Christ spoke a Doctrine of Change. Those they want to hear; the Gospel speaks of : wine was sometimes of dyeing "I am the Life", He said at health. : "Get out and mix with commitment to a hos-
placed on the
Last .
who do not want to change their life do things they must hear if they are to be to Supper."I Despite the great progress s: people more. "Get Interested pital is a much greater mercy
Infant-too receive -
not young am the Resurrection and that has been made in the 5 in a hobby." "Keep yourself 'than a continued and uncured
belong to the company of Christ saved. the form of bread.
under the Life", He said by the tombof treatment and cure of mental]I busy." "Pray more." "Go to illness.
Those who are unwilling to the price The of salvation is occasions
pay price changing men There have been "
2 dead Lazarus.He Illness, we still look upon this 5: :Mass oftener. We may flinch with pain a*
of salvation must pay the penalty. -not laws.i when the Church Insisted on .
does not simply give us disease with a special kind of f Anything rather than admit, the sick person accuses us of

the laity receiving under both life, He lives in us. What food horror. If our parent, spouseor 'This person is mentally sick. having betrayed him. That

I John C. O'Brien kinds in regions where Mani- can nourish a life that Is child is stricken with tuberculosis .. He needs psychiatric help and pain is small compared to what

chaean heretics were proclaiming Christ Only food that is or diabetes, we are;: needs it now." our agony would be if, because
I wine evil there
was ; Christ. deeply grieved.Our Prayer and the sacraments, of our sentimental temporizing,

:! Waste Seen In Duplicated Research are the all East the, re-united Unlate Churches with Rome of, That is the point of the concern in these In- Incidentally, are channels of the sufferer ended up a suicide.

who administer the sacramentin Blessed Eucharist.
A little learning may be, they are seeking to solve has come, one scientist has pre both kinds: and there are Beg your questioner to Father John J. Castelot
1 dangerous, but too much not already been solved by dicted
one of the biggest in. high ecclesiastics of the Latin follow the next step closely.We .
I'-- learning may be a costly em. another Investigator. The dustries in the world. No one rite today who would like thisto believe that the bread I

_. barrassment, as scientists are i answer they are seeking may man can keep track of the be the universal practice of has been changed into Christ's King of Kings Acclaimed Forever!
; beginning t 0dllcover. be buried in some dissertation steady accumulation of man's
the Church. But Christ is
body. living: -
___; or technical journal, intellectual discoveries, for Your questioner may or may therefore where His body is, long as Yahweh dwelt In dynamic religious leaders like Immediately after the Exile,

I There was a perhaps in a foreign langu. there are over 130,000 researchand not listen patiently to all this. there Is His whole self-body, AS their. midst, the Israelites' Ezechiel renewed in them the for the Temple was still in

i time, not too age. development projects a' But at some point he will blood, soul, divinity.The had nothing to fear. There was spirit of true religion. ruins and was not rebuilt for
- long ago, when One major United States year and some 120,000 technical remind you that at the Last with the Chalice an element of truth in this, of And then, in 539, the tide of several years. But It was
a man could I company, for example, spent journals are published through. Supper Christ instituted the where His blood is there He: course, but history turned once more. The enough for the moment that
know just .' over $250,000 and five of out the world. ,
years sacrament by blessing bread is. There is of they vitiated it Persian general, Cyrus, conquered His people were coming homein
_ about all there research in an attempt to solvean Congress made the first step and wine and giving both to wholly receiving part of Christ no way! We by adopting j Babylon, and in the triumph, burning with

was to know.< electronic switching prob- toward a solution of the problem -the apostles.But remember the Illuminists in the attitude j following year he allowed the eagerness to reconstruct His

In a lifetime lem important to military com with the passage of the Our Lord was there in the sixteenth that they Jewish exiles to return to their house and restore Him to His
Spain, early
he could read munications. In the end the national defense education act
could there- homeland. throne.Of .
all the books mathematicians found the In Instructing the men who as century, one of whose more
1958. This
created the National
I i Priests would oUer the sacrifice fantastic errors was that one fore live as Psalm 48 is an expression course, the Ark of the
worth reading. But so rapid answer they were looking for. Science Foundation and
He then instituting, who they pleased of their gratitude! to God. Covenant the symbol of His
has been the accumulation of: Shortly afterward learned authorized was received a larger host received .- ,
they it to for in. I'
arrange the men to whom He was more of Christ. with complete g In the first stanza ((2-5)) they presence, had been destroyedwith <
knowledge in recent decades,, to their chagrin that the solUtion dexing, abstracting and trans
I nit I call all nations to share
Imp u
y. upon .
L saying, "Do this" the Temple.But
particularly in the field ol l was available in a manu- lating available scientific in. Where Christ is offered as
'I science, that a human brain L script six months before the formation. Till the end of time they and sacrifice for sins, His death They conduct- their happiness: and to ac a symbol, after all, is
ed their personal, national, and knowledge the universal
their would be offering
II cannot consider and store a l research program began.In What Is now proposed Is successors must be shown. and the two only a symbol; they had the
international affairs with a ship of Yahweh.He .
thousandth part of it. short; the difficulty of the establishment of a national to God the Victim once consecrations show it. reality, the abiding presence of
If read for 12 hoursa slain and now eternally living, growing disregard for God'slaw is no mere tribal or national their God and King. And He is
a person :: tracking down available inforI research data 'Is
process. But where received
deaf to the He is
turning ears deity.
day, for 50 years, he could I l mation has reached such an ing and information retrieval and in the act they would, as supreme King not only of His chosen
reminds Corinthians as our food, the whole accentis earnest warnings of His Lord of the universe, the Lordof
St. Paul us ( -
read only about 16,000 to 18,000> abyssmal state that industries center under direction of the people, but of all the nationsof
His life.
on prophets. Finally, In 587, another history who controls the
11,16)), be showing forth
books. But there are 30,000,000}I find it more economical to office of science information the earth.
surrounded the destinies of all nations in the
the death He had undergoneand Whether we receive Him army
books in the world today. duplicate research service This too finds Its
projects psalm, ,
an agency of the
conquered. The separate under one kind or both does Holy City. This time it was the carrying out of His eternal
This is not a problem that t; costing less than $100,000 than Science Foundation.The perfect realization in Christ,
consecrations are the He not affect that. Babylonians, and they were plan for the salvation of man
_;' will cause the average American to spend the time and effort to benefits to be derived way the King of kings.
,. not to be denied. kind.
chose for that showing.The As St. Paul told the Corinthians .
the loss of sleep. It is I find out If the desired information from
any such
a center are obvious.It By His death and resurrection -
They were an instrumentof The psalmist sings: "For the
Sacrifice, then, is concerned in his first Epistle,
a matter of concern through tc>I is already available. would the
save millions now He has rescued Hi* people
God's wrath and they LORD, the Most High, the awe-
with the Victim once "Whosoever shall eat this
scientists and to the congress 5 This catalogue of waste Is wasted
being on from their exile in the
unnecessaryand carried out His judgment on some, is the great king over all kingdomof
t of the United States. by no means exhaustive. slain and now offered to God: bread, or drink the chalice of
duplicated research.By sin.
an essential element would be the Lord unworthily, shall be the unfaithful people. the earth. He brings peoples
for science It is however
Rightly so, a!5; sufficiently
eliminating the mountainous .
The city fell and was sacked under us; nations under our And now, after His ascension
lacking if the death were not guilty of the body and of the
.1 Dr. Vannevar Bush, the notec I dramatic to suggest that
researches of the literature thus shown. blood of the Lord" ((11,27). the Temple was burnt to the feet ((3-4)). He sits enthroned at the
physicist, has pointed out, iz!; some scheme should bei which
.I,: now take up about ground, and all but a pitiful The second stanza celebrates right hand of His Father, con
in danger of becoming "boggec worked out to pull together 70 per cent of a scientist's time
handful of the people were the Lord's return to tinuing to direct the course of
down in its own products, in L-, In one place the scientific in- it would increase the efficiency Washington LetterCampuses
driven Into exile in Babylonia. His temple. salvation history and acceptingthe
hibited like a colony of bacterlz l formation now scattered of scientists
and thus in
4 Their suffering! helped to This return could hardly acclaim of peoples all over
by its own exudations. throughout the world in re. double their number. This Face Invasion Of bring them to their senses and have. been more than symbolic the face of the earth.
The problem for Investigators search laboratories, data cen. would compensate, in part at

is that they never can be ters and libraries.In least, for the current shortage

i quite sure that-the problem a decade this could be, of scientists and researchers. Speakers Pushing Red Line Question Box


Father Michael V. CannonS /COMMUNISTS in the United States are about to make Chosen People were 'New' NationNoah.

r an intensive effort. to attract the attention, and allegiance -
Mission of Nombre De Dioschapters
or young people. tion as having reported that Q. How do you answer a Abraham, the Father of the God separated him, and

J -I This is the warning of the "from late October 1961 to May person who claims: "If you Jews, came from Ur, a famous his progeny to come, from the
[ U.S. senate internal security and ancient in southern other Semites them
--- 1962, leaders of the communist city making
CjReat In subcommittee, which advises go back far enough, you'll
party, U.S.A., made 48 speeches Babylonia. His ancestry went His Chosen People into whose
- that "the communist party before groups of college find out that you're all back many generations (at custody was entrusted Divine

f1oi l ioa catholic histoRy plans campuses to flood with American speakers college this students all across the nation." Jewish?" least 10)) to Sem, the son of Revelation.

m. in the Your friend labors
fall in an effort to revive its The youth movement A. under
-I national U.S. "ceased to exist in the the misunderstanding that the TRANGE BUT
-. Chapter 19 seek help elsewhere if his settlers the beachhead at Ochuse, The subcommittee youth organizations.issuesits wave of disillusionment caused Jews, chosen by God to receive S TRUE

GOVERNOR Tristan de were to survive.He near the present lite of Pen- warning in the form of a by Khrushchev's 1957 speech." Revelation, were also the pro- Little-Known Facts for

: several directed that the two sacola. monograph.The But, it is pointed out, "the genitors of the whole human By M. |J. MURRAY .,.,.....,...u..a.s..agM .....
months for the return of the ships that had escaped destruc. There, while the Priests, the not. As matter
i) author of It Is describedas desire of the communists to race. They were a r
reconnaisance party he sent tion in the hurricane be made half-starved soldiers, and the having been in the commu- organize American young of fact, the Jews were newcomers

I, into the province of Coosa, ready to sail to Havana for settlers who had remained at nist movement for four years, people has not subsided. As among the nations.In .
then decided he would have to
help.He Ochuse waited for help to come but who broke with It in 1950. the older members of the a form of genealogy; the

also sent a messenger from Havana or Mexico, dissension The monograph quotes froma communist! party die off or Bible mentions a list of countries _

to call back the soldiers and broke out among De letter which it says "has been go to prison, new cadres are such as Egypt (Misralm)

two Priests who had left for Luna, the master of the camp, sent out by Arnold Johnson, a needed to fill the ranks." and Canan; a list of peoples
Coosa. and the captains of the destroyed such as the Jebusites and the TrM rnj(1
member of the national committee And so, It Is said, "in the ,
The reconnaisance party had ships. At issue was the of the communist party, coming year, communist activists -Amorites and those of the Cityof aifaq4TrD w 1

CatholicPublished suffered greatly in their question whether another re to all editors of college newspapers will appear on the na Sldon. The Jews were the e .- i .?'efi1CE, E :i1 -
journey. By the time the messenger connaisance force should be and student councils." tion's campuses giving lec descendants of one of the sons i.-rU' (R.JoucaottrT&.7hr4I

was sent for them they sent into Coosa. It says "Johnson signed the tures." of Noah, Sem-hence they are I

- FrldarFLORIDA had to eat their horses, and The two Priests, Father de la letter as director of the lecture It is warned that some "will called Semites. Included in this

CATHOLIC every PRESS. Inc. were reduced to chewing the Anunciacion and de Salazar and Information bureau, communist appear as open members of the descendancy are also Arabs,

r.o. BOE 9551 GArdem S-S4SS leather of the harnesses. were greatly troubled by this party, U.s.A." communist party," but others Syrians, Phoenicians and As- ;( n44ocrlil
1SS E.., Colonial Drlv outburst of argument and syrians all called Semites. 1 f 11981916)tbetUfirrt ) ,
Orlaad. Florid ItSOJ The two friars Father Domingo "May we request you to invite will appear as representativesof 1. '' *
Subscription la U.SJL and Canada de la Anunciacion and anger. They attempted to representatives of the communist other committees and The Jews had the singular t ac, k i1Ie tope _

15.00.$4..00 per year; ether countries Father Domingo de Salazar, bring peace to the settlementby party to speak at groups.It distinction of having been I I 0 '11e4 4a fg lPr

Th Florida Catholic !. & member had shared the suffering of the leading the soldiers and forums of the student body cf li pointed out that Pope chosen by God to receive the I

of the Catholic Press Association soldiers, and had spent manyof settlers each day in recitationof your school in the 1962-63 col Paul recently said that pas- truths of Divine Revelation and I _

- ,i and Conference the National Kew Catholic Service Welfare Bopier their nights in prayer be- a litany.It lege year, either in the formof toral solicitude has not bring forth the promised Re I i ;,

and Martin publishers" represent seeching God to give them was the Easter season and lecturers participants in changed the Chnrch's mind deemer. Other nations might !

tire.Mar 1.Entered US' aa at second Orlando das Florida mall food. Their prayers seemed to the two Priests were afraid symposia, or in debates. about communism."Let just as wel have been chosen.On i r- : _

under the Act of March 2. 1179. have been answered miraculously that many of the people, with "During the past year, com no one believe that this any human estimate others

when suddenly one day anger and hatred in their munist spokesmen addressed pastoral solicitude to which had a far greater claim on

EB they came upon a great quantity -hearts, would not be able to more than 30 colleges and universities -the Church gives so much attention such a privilege, because of MJ11r SThtjOLt ;.w--,.t.; ..

_I Father Vincent X. Smith of chestnuts and walnuts, receive the Sacrament of Pen. which (appearances) in its program today their greater antiquity, population ] or THC fti&a cIfiOttOO -
Executive Editor ripened unseasonably in June ance and Holy Communion were attended by approximately -signifies a change of judgment power and advanced cul- ATTViCWUM&UMUStO a
Editors: )II. *"'.. Q l*. students and in ture. When Jacob 'Mr C/ItJCJ,, __.__ *
the spread our Instance
Mark A. HeUwls when such nuts were normally worthily. 75,000 townspeople about errors for M1 AfTfl 1D I72 LAAGC SLAI (* tM BOCK fcfK 1VMOUGM TWFlOOft.
I: A. Heeler only half-formed In their shells.At Finally, Father de la Anunciacion ," the letter claimed. society and already condemnedby went down to Egypt with his AND It NlMVrD '70 CfNT OMPTt Of WT fOtMACy ON LAT

__( AdTSrtlslnf Manager last th. messenger decided to risk a The monograph quotes J. the Church, such as atheistic descendants, the civilization of Pltrnn .ie'e; h1IAl1It I* GEPJLSLUTP4.rr MARX* TMC bVe tpor?$wuroc 1 n4r OUR'McrftA loeo CMetsn mftutco?

;: reached the soldiers and prophecy. Edgar Hoover, director of the marxism, for example," the that country was already Ae gt4g A HIM. KM 1WC VCfClpLCf *fTU3 ThC
i Friday, September "20,.:1963: Priests and led them back to (Next week: Help Arrives) Federal Bureau. of Investiga- Pontiff has emphasized. ancient. CTUUQUT Of fltHCC. I



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Statement Issued The Florida Catholic; Friday, Sept. 20, 1963 Pa :e Five

I Holy Office Lists Principles UsedIn Bishop Furey Pledges Full \Mass Guide I

Use of Talents /or San Dieao
Reviewing Dubious Ml'Xft'l't) ( lbt'r =?
Literature - - -
Ifitli Sunday! after Pentecost.Mas

SAX DIEGO (NC) Bishop Francis J. Furey, at his ( of Sunday, Gloria,
p By MSRF.\ James I. Tucek enthronement here as the first coadjutor Bishop of San Creed, Preface of Trinity.)

XCWC yens Service Diego pledged "to use all the energies at my commandfor MONDAY I September 23

VATICAN CITY-An article appearing in the September 14 issue of "America," continued spiritual and temporal growth" of the St. JJnu!", Pope and Martyr.

-- United States weekly published by the Jesuit Fathers.. has occasioned_ a statprnpnt.... nF.. .. (Mass of a Supreme Pontiff,
----- ----------- -------- "' abounding diocese.
: principle by the sacred con. :iT James versity of San Diego with its (Gloria 2nd prajer of St.
) haps in an unofficial and allusive the nine Cardinals who make Francis Cardinal McIntyre and building
gregation of the Holy office. magnificent campus Thecl.i, Common Prefacr.)
form, without a shredof the Archbishop of Los
The up congregation. :, the crowning glory of
statement was made ; !Tl'KSDAV: September 21
canonical Angeles officiated at the enthronement
privately on September 13 and in the Commenting on the first which is this beautiful Chapelof Our Lady of Irr(').. (Mass of
the of
L'Osacrvaforc Itomano. ... Chapel "
was not in official form. point, the statement said: the Immaculata. preceding Sunday 2nd
the Immaculata the
Furthermore it was not givenas "In disputed :areas such as "A parallel might be drawnin OFFICERS OF PRISON CHAPLAINS the University on of San campusof Diegoon He noted the day' was the prayer of the RleeJ I !" Virgin

a direct reply to the article modern philosophy which require the case of one who reviewsa American Catholic Correctional Chaplains have September 12. feast of the Holy Name of Mary, Common Preface; or

because the "Holy Office has specialized knowledge book or film. He reads the elected three officers for the coming year, from left: Among the prelates presentWere Mary, commemorating the victory Mass of the Blessed!" Virgin

no direct knowledge of the the decision is taken without book or views the film and Father Cyril F. Engler, Iowa; Father Donald Sheehy Archbishop John J. Krol of the Christians over the Mary, Gloria Preface of the
I article reported in the consulting experts in the fieldas gives his the Turkish invaders on the outskirts Blessed Virgin.' )
daily judgment on con. O.P., Washington D.C.; Father Edward Hartigan of of Philadelphia, where Bishop! !
press" it was said. to the under exact meaning of"the tent as the matter is presented Massachusetts president-designate and Father John Furey served as auxiliary of Vienna In 1683 after WKDXKSDAV. September 25
Part of the Holy Office's examination. without calling in or consultingthe Freeman of Illinois, president Bishop since\ 1960, and auxiliary the Christian leader had (Mass of preceding Sunday,
The two banic principles author prayed fervently to Our Lady
Matpmrnt hn".p'.tr.'a in or director of Bishop Gerald V. McDevitt of Common Preface.)
) direct opposition", to points contained in the Holy Office the film. Hence it can be said Delegate Cites FreedomAt Philadelphia. for victory. He added: THURSDAY. September 2flSIK. (

( statement were: that the author divine office John doBrebeuf
ninde in the article, writtenby has really been Bishop Furey said; when "The today Ivaac Jogurs

Father Robert A. Graham The object of the judgment heard when he publishes; his Bishop Charles F. Buddy came contains part of a famous ami Companion

K-L, an associate!! editor of which the congregation passeson work." Consecration CeremonyPASSAIC here 26 ;years ago as San sermon' by St. Bernard on (Mass of feast, Gloria: 2nd

America. books "is the written word On the second point the Diego's first spiritual head Our tdy. Many episcopal Prayer of Six. Cyprian and

Father Graham said in his of the author and not the statement declared: (NC) Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzi apos- there was a Catholic population mottos are phra! t's from that JiiMtina I Common Preface.)

article "Civil Rights in the author himself. It is the doctrine 'The congregation comes to tolic delegate in the United States, has compared the .freedom of some 80,000 served by .sermon among: them my FllliA11'. September :.

I Church" that he has heard in or opinion that he has the decision to censure a book Ruthenian Catholics enjoy in this country to the oppression 62 Priests in 51 parishes and 53 own: lp ani sequent,' nondevias Mis. Cos mas and Damian,
put in print that is judged and
I recent years the following complaints not his intentions only after the longest study. they suffer else- .. .. missions and some 200 teach- (Following: her you Martyr (.Mass of feast,
as such 11 was at a oanquet later mat will not stray)." Gloria Common Preface.)
against the Holy Office when Generally, one or more spe- where in the world.He ing Sisters in the fourcountysouthern
( by Catholic scholars: writing. cialists in the field specialistsboth spoke at the enthronement the apostolic delegate referred California diocese. Bishop Furey said poet fTrnU.Srlt'mht'r 28St.
The judgments of the con to the conditions, favoring HenryV.. Longfellow once f. Wenceslatis. (Mac! of a
: "Books or articles are judged in the material and the of Bishop Stephen J. "Today there -100,000 Catho-
gregation are not arbitrary but growth existing in the U.S. wrote Philadelphia "streets Martyr not Bishop, Gloria,
of the book lics in the same territory tlth a
; without the author's being are the results of exhaustive language are askedto Kocisko as the first eparch of
4 M\Ve kno v what the 101) 33 mIssions 19 still reecho the names of the Common Preface.)
an Sometimes parishes,
heard in his own defense. studies made prepare opinion. the new eparchy of Passaic.
Teachers are ordered to be removed by experts examined as many as three or four The Spntpmhpr ,..... _..._ .".._. ,, Church I Is pawing through inEurope stations and 74 chapels served trees of the forest." He added Sr.VDAY, September 2*
board of consul- ---- -- -------- -
by a 'I that in California "our cities Dedication of Michael the!
from their posts with specialists are engaged. 10 EasternRite ; he wild. "The fieedom by no fewer than 459 Priests St.
tors and
passed on finally by towns! and counties still reecho Mas' of Sunday,
that it enjoys! in this said. 'The Archangel. ( *
Bishop! Furey number -
out having any specific charge "The question is then !studiedby ceremony
/ /.t -' -- Is the It the name of saints especially Gloria :nd Prayer of KthSunday
/ country greatest gift Sifter has
of teaching
: made against them much less :;: i the consultors of the con was held in St.Michael's .
being given a chance to defend gregation-some 25 theologiansand cathedral 1... can receive." risen!' to GOG:;, not to mentionthe the name" of the Queenof : after Pentecost,

themselves. canonists of many different here. : Archbishop Vagnozzi stressed: many other good Sisters All Saints. Creed, Preface of Trinity.)

"Notice of the condemnation .. nationalities."The Among prelates the need for more j schools, more engaged in works of prayer, Bishop Furey, a native of

; of a book is sometimes made opinion or opinions of attendingwere education and more vocations. charity and mercy. There are Summit Hill Pennsylvania in Red Jailers

public before the author himself the consultors, with all the Archbishop -a He also asked the people to 31 teaching Brothers and was ordained in 1930 Rome
for the of the Vat several hundred devoted lay and served in the Philadelphia
is informed. documentation is then sub- Thomas A. I pray
'The reputation of authors mitted to the nine Cardinals Boland of the ican council, which reopens in teachers." archdiocese for 33 years.Wisconsin Tell Visitor

who comprise the congregationas Latin Rite Rome September :29, and to accept "While these! facts and
-- -- -
is not adequately safeguarded. -- HorUko
Their flhIhoparchdiocese in a spirit of humility figures are I impressive, they
such. judgment 0 f
Little effort is made to differentiate Notes is III
between a writer with a : confirm that of the consultors, Newark and Bishop NicholasT. whatever decisions it may arrive do not tell the whole story,"

distinguished record of serviceto may change it or even send it Elko of the Pittsburgh By. at. Blhop I Furey said.
the Church and another who back for further study. zantine Rite eparchy pre Minneapolis-born Bishop Ko "They make no mention of ConsecrationOfBishop HONG KOXG (XO A

; Mt is only after such exhaustive viously the only ecclesiastical cisko has been serving since the countless numbers of those former Belgian cabinet minister
is a declared enemy of the
Faith. Calumnious accusations study by such a division in the United States 1956 as auxiliary Bishop of the who have found their way back Hastrich was quoted here last
S Ordainedin to the Faith of their fathers. week as saying that Chinese
large group of mrn that a for the rite. Pittsburgh eparchy.
against authors are not pun "
rt final decision is! reached subj The distinctive began Rome in 1941, he has held They do not tell the great educational 3IAIHKOX' (NC) Bishop communist officials informed
ished when their falsehood Is ceremony
discovered. t rt to the. review. of the. Holy when Archbishop Vagnoz. pastoral and teaching assignments expansion in the diocese -Jerome J. Hastrich was consecrated him that Bishop James E.

].'..Ch..r' as Prefect of the conjjregallon. r.i and Bishop Kooisko were in Detroit, Lyndon Pa., a< evidenced especially by here last week M \\'al.tlhI.: I., i Is 111.
"Even the Bishop whose and Pittsburgh. the establishment of tho UnlDISTINGUISHED titular Bishop of Clurza and
met at the door of the cathedral
Ilishop'alsh, 72 Maryland-
has been
imprimatur granted
"It I if evident, then, that any by Priests who presented r auxiliary to Bishop Willinm P. torn Maryknoll missioner, was
to the edition condemned- or
ordered to be withdrawn from censure of a hook is'never the them with bread and fait: a O'Connor of l\hHlison. imprisoned 1 in Shanghai In

sale is not consulted or in work of one man. It is alwaysa traditional greeting from the The consecration rile( wn<* 19r8. The communist regime

formed. collegiate proceeding." Old Testament.The the first held in .St. Itapliael': announced In March of 10

r : The Holy Office statement congregation took an cathedral and Bishop JlaM-!' that he had been sentenced to

"Grounds for the condemnation made the point that many active part 1 n the enthrone- rich ift the first auxiliary in a 20-year jail term for "espionage.

are not given, except per. authors are actually heard ment, singing "Ad Multos .. the history! of the 17-year-oM ."

..- about their works and that Annos" (may he live many diocese.
BEACH MEMORIAL -- often the Bishop or religious years!) and repeating three ., Bishop O'Connor was con- Report reaching here said

CHAPEL superior of a Priest-author is times the word "Axios" (he is -.if/ secrator. Co-consecrators were thAt Raymond Scheyvrn, one

St. tMbirt Heath 160-9877 consulted. worthy), twice after Bishop f: Bishop Stanislaus V. Bona of time Belgian Economic; Affairs

SEMINOLE BEACH .to.... These consultations, however Kocisko was presented the Green Bay and Bishop John P. Minister revealed In

MEMORIAL CHAPEL i. ; are never made public crozier symbolic of his spirit Treacy of La Crosse. Shanghai that he sas refused'

.I. 1'.t.rsbirg S l07 because of the secrecy which ual jurisdiction. Albert Cardinal Meyer, Arch
IN U. S. CAPITOL binds k permission, to ,-18lt the Bish
Holy Office
a bishop of Chicago, deliveredthe
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pioneer mlmioner, in the of the Holy Office but MADRID (XC) Requiem Hastrich had chosen communist officials said the
Archbishop Paul Philippe O.P., secretary of the .
1'suc",1 .,mtA. American elate Kick.It .
aIJ southwestern \\as
United States' which is condition pi
imposedon Mass was offered in San Isidro sacred Congregation of Religious Rome spoke recentlyin the feast of St. Puis X as the
m sculptured above, will bone it by the Pope himself and was understood that Mr.
H. Cratr-Kondal L. Bennett cathedral here for Bishop Leo- Cincinnati at a conference of religious superiors. With day of his consecration.
of two Arizona citizens! one which only he may remove.It Madrid Kcheyven had met Bishop
Ambulance Service poldo Eijo y Garay of Cardinal Meyer also) referred
him above Mother : Luke SL. and Mother
are Mary
VA 4-1673 represented in the United is a matter of record who died on August 31 at the to the approaching start of the Walsh on a previous visit to
ST. AUGUSTINE States Capitol.The'! statue ,,111 also, the Holy Office statement age of 55 in his native city of Mary Omer S.C., officials of the conference. second session of the Second China in 1937.

be unveiled next May. said that the number Vigo. Vatican Council which opens The Bishops' brother, Judge

--- of condemnations for error The Mass was celebrated by Find Grave of Missioner September 29 and to the "truly William Walsh of Cumberland,

i is relatively low, averaging Enrique Cardinal Pla y Deniel awesome responsibility" of the
I FUNERAL HOME SHANNON Maryland, was:: able to visit him
less than
one a year. primate of Spain. Kidnaped by Laotian RedsROME Bishops at the council to respond -
in Ward Road Prison
The statement Shanghai's
emphasizedthat of the
_; Bishop Eijo Ordinary to the promptings of the
BRADENTON SARASOTA a condemnation from the Madrid diocese for 40 years, Holy Spirit and work to satisfythe in August 19GO but in the
(NC) The of French missioner kid-
grave a
Holy Office is always a last held the title of patriarch of needs of all nations. presence of guards.
Service For 61 Years
i4 resort and that "every effortis the West Indies and was a naped two years ago by Laotian Reds has been found it

made to secure corrections member of the council of the was reported to the motherhouse of the Oblates of Mary .

without proceeding to a censure realm, highest consultative Immaculate here. PHONE 877.7524
fragments of his cassock and
so that the good name of of the The body of Father Louis
Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Home body Spanish govern- by his height. Europeans are
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ANNA MARIA ISLAND 6000 Marina Drive its 25th annual meeting here. tite" for accomplishing this Father Leroy was born in
Schuman's RequiemMETZ Coutances France in 1923 and
Canon law is "an tack, lie said.Monsignor .
ordained in 1954. ..J'T .isw- ''' '
of the Catholic ''
monopoly .
(XC)-Requiem Mass Cartwright cautioned d. *; 'f"-<
was offered in the cathedral Church" through which it has however against any He na taken away from "T.iT; t ]

JOHN S. RHODES, JB. here for Robert Schuman a "held together the gifts and tendency to think that law his mission! at Ban Pha Tru ,'tIJr DUn. ;. '
leader of the Catholic-oriented graces which were the original exists "for its own sake" or on April SO, loot, h)' a groupof .

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and served many times as its rector of St. Matthew's cathe- Nor, he continued, is it the He locked his mission house

foreign minister. dral in Washington D.C. purpose of canon law to "sat and left wearing his cassock

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_1 Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc. postwar moves toward European matic influence of a sublime lawyers. wore no shoes and carried only

unity. He was the authorof doctrine a noble moral code "The canon law and its his breviary. FUNERAL DIRECTORS

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R. Downs, President D. W. Ford, L.F.D. of the common market. He Monsignor Cartwright said. truth and holiness It is not to worry about his safety.He .

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presidents of the U. S. and one through the ages Barred taken to Xleng Khouan.
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condolence the death Sep- the kingdom of Ne- they looted.A .
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assembled In the Church of Catholic Ow.*d sad
man at the age of 77. prison terms for foreign missionaries them not to desecratethe
Our Saviour IT.
-I on September seeking to make converts tabernacle. When they left

He noted the "spirit of proVisional it was reported here. The she opened it, consumed the
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anarchy" current pendIng -code issued by King Mahendra hosts and hid the sacred Haigh-Black

the disclosure of the decisions -provides for a mlslonary's ban vessels In a safe place.

of the ecumenical council -ishment from Nepal after im. The Priest's grave was found

AIt\.l. and said prisonment. deep in the forest in a place :

"Change may be good. The Traditional Hinduism and pointed out by a Christian

new may be excellent But the Buddhism are the religions of woman. She had long insisted

N1ITJ1Zk'IP1IEInEN&M1p.apoed multiplicity of desires must be the bulk of the Nepalese.I Chris that the Priest's remains wouldbe

A.Ourjrea,fr.iir AC M brought back to unity, and the tian missionaries were not ad. found In that spot, but it

Rhodes lust for originality must at the mitted to the country until was impossible to check her
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SIX The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept. 20, 1963
F I Poland's Primate Due In ORLANDO

ORLANDO New Keynotes Suggested r ;ir'jii (1/1(1 Chicago for 1966 Jubilee WINTER PARK

( -ii .
For Parish Mission Talks I

Complete Pest aIi CHICAGO NC Stefan
, Control ( ) Cardinal Wyszynski, the BARNES

LEWIS COBB PHILADELPHIA (NC-A call for a new emphasis on : ,. heroic primate of Poland, will come to Chicago in the late
EXTERMINATING CO. joy and love in missions ;: spring or early summer of 1966, Albert Cardinal Meyer has
.. parish was issued here by a retreat FLOOR COVERING, Inc.
ncorporatea 1948 master. announced here. gratitude to God "for the ESTIMATES
130 Wilfred Div-P.O. Box 2148 slonary will remain ,of in- 1& In a message to Chicago FREE
Orlando 24124OGray's Father Gregory M. Smith, preme Importance.1' : .. j. Catholics before he heritage of their Christian be- 2008 X. Orange Ave., Orlando

0. Carm., told a study session I departed liefs, and as practical demon. GArden 5-3187

recently at the 1963 North He suggested that perhapsthe _ _ '4.+ "t_. I for the second session of the stration of their solidarity
Vatican council the Archbishop .
most condition ,
A k
American necessary
liturgical week the through the bonds of Faith
Jewelers "tradition of mission for a genuine renewal in of Chicago said that
preachingto #_ with their Polish brethren, Herman J. Heidrich
Is that Soldier Field, with a capacityof
preaching "preachers
CLOCK REPAIRALL which we are heir was cal. now behind the Iron Curtain,"
MAKES culated to make of the missiona everywhere should recapture a 100,000, will be the site of a Cardinal Meyer; said. & Sons

2003 Edgewater-GA 2-2974 grueling experience." Pauline faith in the mystery of major address by Cardinal Growers and Shippers
their task." Wyszynski. Of Fancy :Fruit and Vegetables
Next fo PubKx Calling for a mission that r
centers in the glorious and 1m- Every Priest, Father Smith Cardinal Meyer noted that Device DevelopedAt DANHEE BRAND PRODUCTS

mortal Christ, a mission "that stated, should have a vivid : ,cj' 1966 commemorates the 1000th

brings men with confidence to consciousness that this preach anniversary of the introduction C.U. to Screen

_ _ _ _I Our Advertisers help supportour
. -rT\ DIAPER cast their cares upon the Lord," ing Is In no way Inferior to the f< _.h>' of Christianity in Poland. Unopened newspaper. Do you help

SERVICE I Father Smith said, "such a preaching of the Apostles and AT PSYCHOLOGISTS' MEETING lie said the Chicago observance Luggage support our Advertisers?

mission is calculated prophets." Father James E. "might bring together WASHINGTON NC Two
to engender Royce S.J. (center), Seattle U. pro ( ) -

2300 g. IOIINSON, AYZ in a jaded people a new "Mission preaching," Father fessor of psychology, spoke at the national meeting of the largest gatheringof Catholic University of America

spirit of genuine Christian Smith noted, "must take on Catholic Poles in the United nuclear physicists have developed -
rvcuv DI"I'n alllD Tit Dt"PEaUE AXnSUnC psychologists. He is pictured last week with "
dimensions If it is to be States. Children'sClothes
optimism. a device for detecting explosives -
rot nars NUITN,"irn 111I m I COMPOST Brother John M. Egan F.S.C.a of lona College and Dr.
I S. SANITARY roruiAismcoourtis CCOOMIZCD ouru TAILS He said the Catholic post- truly missionary." He noted that a year ago he in unopened luggage
Thomas N. of La
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He asked that the "new di had
Reformation tradition "exalted appointed Auxiliary Bishop that will be tested soon under

422.1177 the supreme importance and menslons" be scriptural, Christ- Father John A\ O'Brien Aloysius Wycislo of Chicagoto Federal Aviation Agency au Finest in ClothingFor

ainMci efficacy of sacraments and sac- ocentric ("proclaiming the man prepare an organization that spices. Girls & Boys

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MHHK DIJUlt UfTlCl tHDVSm UN. of the pulpit." redeemed"), parousial ("creat Sergeant's Words Change Chicago area Catholics of Clyde Cowan and Edward Jor.

">o matter how successfulour ing an atmosphere of eager Polish descent in a giant mani--dan, graduate-level physics pro-

Catholic schools may be,** longing for the coming of Inquirer's Life Forever festation of Faith. fessors at the Catholic Unher-

STEEL Father Smith continued "the the Lord"), ecclesial ("callingthe This will be a means of the sity. It will be tested experimentally BILL BARDOE

'( I SHELVING preaching task and the mls'I' Christian community to- Polish people to express their at nearby Dulles International FORD FACTORY DEALER
ever to think that
with God'sgrace
you may,
gether to m a k e a living DID Airport.

I-,' CABINETS .',.'..,..',',,'' Church"), and existential ("pre- change the whole course of a person's life, The device may not be readyfor SAVE ON YOUR
BENCHES 'L : senting heavenly doctrine as and lead him from darkness into the light of truth? Teachers SeeCooperation operational use elsewherefor NEW CAR DEAL

uI to times" How.. ? Bv., Tilaeiner... in his mind. ,
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TRUCKS some germinal truth such ;
h Speaking to an audience as Cowan's and Jordan's in. 11\\ ". 50 '
..,. ..;, the divine origin of the Catholic began to yearn more for ) ...>
RACKS :,::' deeply interested in the liturgy, God and wanted to know vention can screen unopened Winter Garden's.Iember .
its divine
BINS Father Smith said that a mission to. religion teach. all-- authority Him better.Dissatisfied. As World Aim luggage by detecting; radia- :\ '.

with such "new dimen A with tion from bidden explosives. St. Charles .
2 men the my own
\ slons" would necessarily attain or When radiation is detected, 1'arish .
Writ for fr. catalog.
\ marvelous unity -g.1i; ...... :S, form of worship, I began to LONDON (NC) Catholic
\ i bellor
liturgical dimension. ,. it can give warning by a
I : : look for the best to adore!
Stuart which dif- \ way here decidedto
[cgeorge rJff:7 teachers meeting
"For all of these elementsare flashing lightPAQUETTE
,... Him.I .
ferentiates it with
j cooperate more non-
involved in the liturgy ,
I f92133 Eatt ROBINSON which is Christ living in His from all the I ;f" < :, f confided my problem to I Catholic organizations workingin Gary's Duck Inn
( I creeds foundedby Sergeant John F. Casey, whose education. MOTORS
Church he noted. ? GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE
Call Toll Free: high moral character had won l AUTHORIZED DEALEB
Thisis dele-
men. hundred and
Orlando 241-3431 The new concept of missionsIn admiration. A devout Two fifty Hawk.English Ford-LarkStudebaker FINEST SEAFOOD AND
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4 Dayton Beach 255-5Z03: Catholic, John used to "soft. .
the conversionof Catholic teachers in 50 ed Can
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Dorrance :M. countries decided here at the
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enthusiasm the wonderful
FJllJrW![ l Joyous things that God has doneto tana, now a curate at St. John ed by Christ and followed His World Union of Catholic

I how HEAD POSTMASTER our souls." the Evangelist parish in Butte, directions as to the method of Teachers that their fellow

; to keep John S. Gronouskl, 43, of He reiterated that, while the who recounts pertinent eventsin worshiping God. This was by members should work more iNS

your Madison, TVls., will become "fear of the Lord" is necessaryin his life thus: fervent prayer and especiallyby closely with national and in. WATIC .

'. HOME IN :: the 18th Catholic to serve ina preaching missions, those of When I was 14 the pastor of assisting at Mass, the un ternational non-Catholic organizations

: THE FAMILY 1 presidential cabinet whenhe our "frequently insecure gen- our Baptist Community Churchat bloody re-enactment of the interested in edu PAINT WAIL PAPER
sacrifice of the cross.
takes office as the new eration need Corvallis told several of us cation.
: a "great uplifting "
: and your : "Since the Catholic Church, also In their ORLANDO WINTER PARK
Postmaster General. He will of Christian hope" througha boys of his conversion and his They urged

; FAMILY IN : be the sixth Catholic to more positive mission ap-decision to work for Christ in he said, "was worshiping God final resolutions:

THEIR HOME I serve as Postmaster General. proach. the ministry. I felt I should and ministering to the spiritual -Cooperation with Catholic
needs of men for 15 centuries .
the decision but teacher and educational organizations ]
before Luther founded the first
i Instead I kept choosing the not represented in ANTHONY J. D1CARLORepresenting

Church Planned career of an air pilot. My twin Protestant sect, it stands to the World Union of Catholic
reason that it must be Christ's
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Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept. 20, 1963 !\

October 20 Rally Date Yr.Y iC } Church around the World 'f

Decided for Southwest : ', Heads CommissionVATICAN Library Science Tito's U.S. VisitW.1SIIINGTON

(Continued from Far One) enthusiasm that the deanery's CITY (NC-Ilde- HAVERFORD (NC) The (XC)-Marshal I 1"

erty, Bradenton, pastor's role societies would rally in Pall i brando Cardinal Antoniutti. re- Catholic Library Associationwill Tito, Yugoslavia's president -

in Holy Name Society programs metto in October and prom- cently named prefect of the award a $600 scholarshipfor will meet with President

; Mr. McAuliffe, Holy ised outstanding hospitalityfor sacred congregation for Re- graduate study toward a John F. Kennedy October 17

Name at the national organization the event. : :;' ligious, has been appointed master's degree in library science during an "informal visit" to
., .. I
level; Frank J. Cilento of president of the ecumenical for the 1964 academic Washington, according to aWhite

Orlando, past president of the council's commission for R e- year. House announcement.Tito .

Diocesan Union, programs for PanelHelp Will "i; ligious. The late Valerio Cardinal Applications are available will come here while en

the deanery and diocesan Holy ; > x Valeri who died July 22, from the scholarship committee route to a United Nations Gen- '

Name, and the Junior Holy Clarify "k : had held both posts. Catholic Library Association eral Assembly meeting In New

Name grouping.Also ;. f: s >x U.S. Priest HonoredSAN 461 West Lancaster Avenue York after a tour of Latin !

Alfonso A. Alibertl of ..' "":; Haverford, Pa. Deadlinefor America.In .
Council News FRANCISCO (XC)
Orlando, president of the Cen applications is January 15, 1960, President Eisenhower .
T. McGucken
tral Deanery, who covered par I ii'S'S Joseph 1964. met with Tito at the
ROME (NC -The United of San Francisco has announced
ish organization, meetings and United Nations.Bishop .
programs; John Mattingly of States Bishops are revivingthe that Pope Paul VI has Enrollment Record
briefing sessions which as- o r. named Father J. Warren Hol-
DeLand, past Central Deanery DETROIT (XC)-An enrollment
president, officers and executive -sisted American newsmen cov- leran, a papal chamberlain. record in Detroit archdiocese -
ering the first session of the Monsignor Holleran spiritual of See
boards; William F. Kuhnof schools was set when
Second Vatican Council 7. .. ,
r k: ". .y. director of seminarians at
: than
Bradenton, a past presidentof more 200,000 elementaryand
the Southwest Deanery, The U.S. Bishops' press North American College, Rome, high school children re- In N. Vietnam
panel, will provide clarification will be invested at St. Cecilia's
turned to classrooms
membership; and Don Stanleyof on Sep-
and background materialon church here on September 8.
tember 4.
Sarasota, also a Southwest
the matter discussed ConsecratedSAIGON
subject -
past president, finances. by the council FBI Head to SpeakNEW To fill the demand for more
Harold Keller of B denton classrooms, six new elementary
Fathers.It YORK (NO)-FBI Director
( ) Bishophas
thanked the seminar team for schools were erected anda
will function again at the J. Edgar Hoover will bea been consecrated for the
their excellent presentations. high school expanded. The
NCCS-USO club at Via della featured speaker at the National Ninh diocese in communist-
Monsignor George W. Cum- < high school has 640 studentsbut Bac
Conciliazione 2 St Peter's Catholic Youth Organization
ruled north
mlngs, deanery moderator, square. After each day's council __ _........,.,n .<. <,....::; convention here, November eventually will enroll 1000. Bishop Paul Joseph Pham

summarized praising the the day's men activity who session a dozen experts on CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL NEAR SPACE BASE 14 to 17. Communities MergeST. ding Tung of Bac Ninh was

traveled, from a distance for various aspects of Church life The 1960s saw the opening of the Central Catholic High School at Melbourne, Mr. Hoover will receive the JOSEPH, Minnesota consecrated Archbishop

their interest in the Holy will assemble at the club to near the space center of the space age-Cape Canaveral. The school president, CYO's 1963 "Pro Deo et Juventute" (NC-Twin) profession ceremonies Joseph Trin nhu Khue of

Name program.At answer newsmen's questionsand (above), Father Peter C. Dolan, heads the faculty of Allegany Sisters of St. Francis (For God and Youth) here and in Nassau, the Hanoi, capital of north Vlet.

a brief meeting of the to provide a descriptionand and lay teachers. Above, Mother M. Marguerite O.S.F., principal, in the main officeof award at the convention's ban Bahamas, marked the end ofa name

Southwest Deanery's executive clarification of the material the school, uses the communication center to transmit a message to the classrooms. quet on November 16. ,He will Bahamian community, the According to word received

board, Mr. Keller announcedthe discussed by the council as reported than address:! delegates:!. Sisters of St. Martin de Porres, indirectly by Catholics here

plans for the forthcoming in the Vatican Council Southern Priest i Pope Paul VI and its merger with the Sistersof this took place on the feast of

deanery rally. Dr. H. F. Rich- press release.In Universality Of St. Benedict's convent here. the Assumption. The Bac Ninh
addition, the press panel Members of the Nassau vacant for eight
com diocese was
of the
ter Cross, president parish society, expressed Holy office plans to provide news To West Africa Church StressedFor Issues New RegulationsFor munity made Benedictine vows years. During that time it had

men with some background i of obedience, stability and conversion Bishop Pierre Khuat van Tao 1
(XC-Monslgnor East West
documentation and limited 2nd Council SessionVATICAN of life, a ceremony of Haiphong as apostolic ad
AUGUSTINEFor Charles. Mouton southerner
ST. a
library service. It also will (Continued from raga One) which concluded aye a r's ministrator.The .

serve as a channel to direct in the papal diplomaticcorps room for an autonomous CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI has directed that period of amalgamation of the new Bishop, aged 44, wasa

questions to the council press ,. was received in private western one. Catholic laymen be admitted to the second session of the two communities. parish Priest in Hanoi priorto

office. audience this month by Pope "No one can stop Catholicsand ecumenical council and'that non-Christian as well as other The Sisters of St. Martin de his consecration. He is the

Elmer Von Feldt, news editorof Paul VI before going to a new particularly Eastern (Rite) .. .. .. Porres, composed entirely of author of a widely used

NCWC News Service, will assignment in West Central Catholics from regretting non-uatnoiic representatives brothers with the Catholic colored Sisters, was founded at abridged catechism. .
"Plus Value"InsuranceAsk serve as director of the press events which abused in be welcomed as observers. It had 24
power Church, and for the promotionof Nassau 26 years ago. Meanwhile, two Priests appointed
panel, succeeding William H. Africa. the religious, liturgical and Pope Paul disclosed the following peace and the spiritual prosperity professed members. A state- five years ago as

Fanning, editor of the Catholic Monsignor Mouton is from disciplinary fields For decisions: of humanity throughoutthe ment of explanation from St. Bishops I for the vacant dioceses -

FRANK HOWES News, New York, who held the the Diocese of Lafayette. He above all a spirit of unity and -Admission of some Catholic world." Benedict's here said that in of Langson and Cao-

post during the first session of of submission to the supreme laymen and some repre- The Pope confirmed reports 1962 Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzi bang and of Thanh Hoa in
to Lagos, Nigeria, to serveas inter-
goes sentatives of the
about the council. charge d'affaires of the pastor must reign, especially that the projects now to be the U.S. apostolic delegate, north Vietnam are still prevented -
during the ecumenical council. national Catholic institutions considered by the council number expressed the desire that the by Communist authorities
Gulf Life'sADAPT apostolic delegation to West
which have been recognized by
EUGENE L. BARNES Central Africa, while the dele- "Every Bishop is a Bishop ecclesiastical right into the 17, which "for the greater purely local Nassau foundationbe from receiving episcopal
with full rights as long as he part have been sent to the affiliated with a religious consecration.In .
& SON gate, Archbishop Sergio Pigne- council deliberations.
remains in union with Peter. Bishops." community of pontifical status.
REALTORS & INSURORS doli, attends the second sessionof -Reinvitation of nonCatholic north Vietnam are one
A.PLAN.Herc' The ordinary jurisdiction of
the Second Vatican Council. archdiocese Hanoi and .
observers the
45 King StreetSt. the Church is not collegiate,
Augustine Monsignor Mouton's last position that is composed collegiately of council, increasing the number, Blessed Virgin Mary Offers nine dioceses with one Arch
that of of bishop and a coadjutor Bishop
was secretary and also. inviting the represen- \
the man who can tell Established 1895 the apostolic delegation in all the Bishops. The jurisdiction tatives of non-Christian religions Mankind Spiritual RichesROME in Hanoi and eight Bishops in
of the Pope is and
about Adapt APlan. supreme
you Korea. who were not invited to the other dioceses. There art
Ask him how, with Adapt-A- to it is subordinated that of
session. two Bishops in the Vinh dio
the first
Plan, in educational policycan PONT1ACAmerica' During the audience, they the Bishops." -Abolition of the present (NC) Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary cese for which a coadjutor was

also provide family or discussed the religious situation offers man spiritual riches with which he can face the consecrated last May. All Bish.
council secretariat for extraordinary
retirement income. See him 2<.. 1 Road Car in India, Vietnam and Paul VI has
todayl! Mouton has U.S. Priest Named affairs and the appointment crises and great problems of daily life, Pope ops in north Vietnam are Viet.
Korea. Monsignor
VA 42383St. BANTA BROS. served in all three countries in of Cardinal dele- sam nere. intercession of the Madonna, to namese.JACKSONVILLE.

Augustine, FloridaP. St. Augustine .. the course of the past five Press Officer For gates or moderators who will On his return here from his give also to us a knowledge of

O. Box 518 have the task of directing the summer residence at Castelgan- the needs of others, 0 f the
years. Council Session dolfo on September 12 the Pope
work of the council. necessities which surround us,

VATICAN CITY (NC) The disclosures were contained stopped first at the Rome of the great hardships of our
in a letter dated Sep church of St. Ignatius.He which
Father Edward L. Heston C. society are perhaps
tember 12, addressed to the celebrated Mass there l'R EaD A B'OO'JSSTEER
S.C., 56, American-born procurator created in this prosperity to
general in Rome for the council president, Eugene Car. and at the Gospel delivered a prevent our passing over the
\ ',. dinal Tisserant. brief homily in French on de- The ROOM
; < Holy Cross Fathers, has been needs of our neighbor
The opening passages of votion to the Blessed Virgin.In .
named head of the English. capacity to discover a brotherin
the letter were devoted to the congregation were some
: language section of the press 5000 sodalists here for European every man, whatever his
: praise of Pope John XXIII
office for the Second Vatican
.'>' : .! Council.He for the calling of the Second congress of their societies, origin, state, condition 0 r CHARCOAL JlROa,1:

"l. ':. Vatican Council, and to the including delegates from 14 merits, is an exquisite and essential
succeeds in this post Monsignor STEAKSFoot
a ".. wish that it be concluded and countries on this continentand
;: characteristic of the of Bcarrr St."I.dud
James I. Tucek, head of
crowned with the success he representatives from nine EL 1.01011flLt4I
.... the Rome bureau of the NCWC Gospel teaching."
.;' News Service, who was the .
Pope Paul repeated the hope Pope Paul said that devotion
ecumenical council's English-
: that the council would resultin to Our Lady St Mary is
f. t; language press officer throughout lASff, I
: the "benefit and increase of among "the most authenticand : ,
the first session last fall. .
the Apostolic See and of the fruitful of Catholic spirit
A native of Ravenna, Ohio, RELIABLE rKEMCKIl'TIO.V' 8EKMCEDrue
.,. Catholic Church for the uality. C..metle, Clear and Camera Department
Father Heston is of the official
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"Men seek beauty, and Maryis
chairman of the press panel the apex of beauty They

established under the aegis Fathers Called To seek greatness, and Mary has
of the U.S. Bishops.
surpassed every ordinary limitin
Father Heston served in Deliberate Again' the sense of true greatnessand

.- .. Rome as assistant procurator by reason of this she has
general of the Congregation of John's Ideas
Pope human
become the only crea-
Eucliarisiic ; Holy Cross from 1938 to 1940, ture who could say 'All generations
Congress .ij- 7:: and from 1942 to 1947 was on (Continnrd from Par One) shall call me blessed.

the staff of the apostolic delegation profess themselves to be Chris-
.... : .1' '" "Men seek joy, and the birthof
III| V i t :* Washington.. He be- tians, a solicitude expressed Mary was for the whole

;; ; : came his congregation's procur- so well in those words of the world an occasion of joy, the 1 FLORIDA

/963 : J" '" ;'. '.. ator general in 1950, and since Saviour, "There shall be one passing from an 'economy' of (1
then has served as a consultorto
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S .I; member of the Canon Law The Pope in his letter invitednot
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but also
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:" ; ... .: .. many fields. Among his people to pray for the council "Men seek love, and Mary
books are 'The Holy See at and offer their works of
.' ;: ,. who at Cana desired that nothing
FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING, .' ; .v: .. Work," and "The Priest of the for its success. He asked espe- be lacking to honor pure

Fathers cially that the sick, the infirm love, shows men where they

and little children pray for the may contemplate the highest 4RlMgleo.a

'SO WE ARE ONE BODY Consecration Noted general councilCatechists feminine ideals-in virginityand
SAN JUAN (NO)-Consecration in motherhood enhancedby

of the first auxiliary Jailed beauty and by fullness of

Bishop in the 451-year-old his- BONN (NC)-Seven Catholic grace." L1 1
; tory of the San Juan archdiocese catechists have been sentencedto Pope I'aul exhorted hid

was saluted by San Juan's seven years each in prisonin listeners to stay clone to the j.t .,f

ONE OF ANOTHER' :" Archbishop James P.' Davis as the southern Sudan for giv- traditional Marian devotions

.... -. evidence that "the Church, in ing religious instruction, it was sanctioned by the Church

"125OCTOBER : :: Puerto Rico is on vigorous reported here by KNA, German recommending the meditations -

Romans and militant march.1 Catholic news agency. of the rosary in par-

Bishop Juan de Dios.Lopezde KNA said the sentence, Imposed ticular.

1t Victoria y Alberty-was con- by local police authorities Recently near the end of his 1' j

secrated titular Bishop of Me- was allowed to stand with- stay at Castelgandolfo, the /

tropolis in Asia to serve as out discussion by the highest Pope appeared on the balconyof

: 27JACKSONVILLE auxiliary Bishop of San Juan police magistrate of Juba, whois his summer house at noon NON-CARIONATED G

> by Archbishop Emanuele Clar- a Moslem.In to lead the people gathered be-

izio, apostolic nuncio to the.Dominican its drive to Islamize the low in the recitation of the

Republic, whose jurisdiction predominantly Christian and Angelus. Before giving his

embraces Puerto Rico. pagan southern Sudan, the blessing, he again commentedon 9q

The co-consecrators were Moslem-dominated governmenthas the day's Gospel, which includes
: -
S : >, : Bishop Leo A. Pursley. of Fort ousted more than 160 the parable of the Good

,. Wayne-South Bend and auxiliary Christian missionaries and Samaritan. Then he exhortedthe

S. 'I''f I Bishop Luis Aponte.. MartInez closed the 350 mission schoolsin people:

of Ponce. __ ..,. tha south. Ask the Lord through the

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