International Family Festival October 2011 – Daytona Beach

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Tidak banyak cerita yang bisa saya sampaikan. Hanya sederetan foto-foto yang menunjukkan mulai persiapan sampai dengan acara. Foto-foto ini semoga lebih banyak bercerita betapa meriahnya acara hari itu. Sebelum mulai, sedikit saya kutipkan sejarah Basilica of Saint Paul, Daytona Beach yang diambil dari website’nya http://basilicaofsaintpaul.com/?page_id=49

Beginnings of Our Parish

The beginning of the story of the Basilica of St. Paul may be dated from the arrival on June 1, 1881, of the first Catholic family to live in Daytona Beach — immigrants from Germany. The first Mass was a nuptial for the Achstetter family, taking place in a log cabin home located in what is now the 600 block of South Ridgewood Avenue.  Father (later Bishop) William J. Kenny was celebrant.  The date was March 16, 1862.

Until 1886, Mass was offered twice a year by Father Bernard O’Reilly and Father Maurice F. Foley from Deland.  The congregation gathered in private homes, at the old Palmetto House, at the William Jackson Hall, at the depot on the corner of Beach Street and Orange Avenue, and at the City Opera House.  In 1886, Daytona Beach became a mission of St. Teresa Church in Titusville where Father John F. O’Boyle was administrator.  He celebrated Mass every Sunday in the opera house or in the armory.  Father O’Boyle was transferred to Daytona Beach and took up permanent residence in 1895.  Three years later he purchased property on South Palmetto and Myrtle Avenues and built there a wood-frame church seating approximately 400 people.

In April, 1923 the Rev. William J. Mullally, the new pastor of St. Paul Church (now the Basilica), arrived in Daytona Beach.  He had been given instructions from the Bishop to purchase additional property to build a Catholic school and build a new church.  Much to the credit and ingenuity of Fr. Mullally, St. Paul Catholic School (now the Basilica School of St. Paul), the only Catholic school at the time between St. Augustine and West Palm Beach on Florida’s East Coast, was opened in 1925.  Fr. Mullally, who was later appointed Right Reverend Monsignor by Pope Pius XI, led the effort to acquire and construct the Basilica of St. Paul at its present location, 360 North Ridgewood Avenue, Daytona Beach.  The first Mass in what was St. Paul Church was celebrated in 1927.  Monsignor Mullally later celebrated his Golden Jubilee as a priest, and he remained pastor at St. Paul Church until retirement.

 

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23 Comments to "International Family Festival October 2011 – Daytona Beach"

  1. Lani  25 October, 2011 at 22:26

    jangan kuatir Om saya pasti bs mengenal Om tanpa atribut apapun jk mendarat di KONA airport

  2. Oscar Delta Bravo USA.  25 October, 2011 at 21:53

    Lani,supaya seru dan bingung tentunya aku ngak mau pakai atribut2nya,kalau mendarat di Hawai Airport,Kalau Lani sih aku pasti kenalin dong ,walau hanya baru 1 kali berjumpa

  3. Oscar Delta Bravo USA.  25 October, 2011 at 21:50

    “Irene” kapan datangnya,aku ngak tahu kok di Florida, apa lagi di Betawi yaa?Kornelya tinggalnya dimana ?Yang parah di Florida sekitar th 2004 sampai 2006 sampai berturut2,ahir2 ini hanya hujan deras saja yang disebutnya tropical storm.Salam dari Florida

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