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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 8, 1943 PAGE FIVE Peace Talks Of U. S. Officials Viewed In Light Of Pope's Plan Washington Letter (By N.C.W.C. News Service) ashingtonRecent pronounce- neat8 by Government officials !ave an added interest when read ginst the background of 'His : 01ine8s Pope Plus XIl's pro- c OUncements on world peace. , Vice-President Henry A. Wal- t: ace has svoken recently, appar- mtly witl the indorsement of L ,'resident Roosevelt, and has de- n eared that "We cannot now blue- :e )that all other details but we can I legln to think about some of the a iding principles of this world- Ls Vide new democracy we of the n SUited States hope to build." !i , Pope Plus has laid down pretty Lefinite norms for the establish- r nent of a just and lasting world k fence. Any peace, it is generally lie such a peace, but he has am- plffied them more than once. For those who believe the build- ing of our bright new world is something that can be "taken in our stride," it would be helpful for them to read very carefully the Sovereign Pontiff's 1942 Christmas Message. In this discourse, broad- cast in many languages to all parts of the world, the Holy Father said  the attainment of peace we all hope for will be difficult, so much so that he called for "a vast legion" of "farseeing men" who are willing to make the sacrifices that will be necessary to bring the world back to proper notions about society. In his previous messages the Pope spoke about the bases for a just international peace. In his greed that is not a just peace will latest message he turned his at- i( tot be a lasting peace. His Holt- tention to those principles which ,_,less has not only enumerated the must govern the internal govern- "pal points that must under-iment of the individual countries. m :! WHERE TO HEAR MASS il Corrected as of October i, 1942 E .ALTUS.---Our Lady, Help of Chris- ,,= Church. Masses on Sunday .t .0 and 10:80 o'clock. ATKINs.---Church of the Assumption ass on 1st, 2nd and 4th Sundays of the th at 0:00 o'clock; 8rd and 8th lnlays at 8:00 aud 10:00 o'clock; holy rcaa at 0:80 and 8:80 o'clock. I0BALO KNOB.--St. RIchsrd'a Church. IISes on 2nd, 4th and 0th Sundays at  BJLING.---St. Mary's Church. Masses " sunday at 0:00 and 10:00. laATvILLE---Our Lady f the Bles- led. terament Church. Mass on 1st, 9rd aq th Sundays at 8:00 o'clock; 2nd I 0 In.y.4th Sundays at 10:99; holy days at t .us o'clock. %BigNTON  Court room of 8aline till ..nty Courthouse. Sunday Mass at [ .an o'clock. I.BI.GELOW.--St. Ann's Church. 2rid 1 ,Uaday at 9:00 o'clock; 4th Sunday at i LA:Q0 o'clock. ) I$.RINKLEY.--St. John's Church. Mass i,L:st, and 8rd Suudays at 8:80; 2nd, IL$ .n and 5th Sundays at 10:00 o'clock. r i P-AMDEN-St. Louis Church.- Sunday ] ).ty .Masses at 7:80 ,and 9:80 holy days i  .Obllgation at 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock; day Mass at 0".80  . KLISLE.--St. RoQa Church. Mass " SUnday at 9:80 o'clock. I ,oCltARLESTON.---Sacrcd Heart Churcn '. llS at 0:00 or 10:00 o'clock. T t LARKsVILLE.  Holy Redeemer bI 'nrch. Masses on 1st and 8rd Sundays  10:00 o'clock; 2nd, 4th and 5th Sun- nays at 8:00 o'clock. ] .UOAL HILL.--St. Matthew's Church. t{ ," on 2nd and 5th Sundays at 10:90 Clock. ; " :_ : : ::: IS{ aSscs on 1st. 3rd and 5th Sundays at 21 .0; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:30. jteVALLS BLUFF.  St. Elizabeth's I .hUtch.. Mass on 1st and 0rd Sundays n{ 'he month at 10:00 o'clock h IXIEq nonlface Church. Masses )),Ist, "2nd'an'i 5th Sunde.y at 11:00 O1 b' ok; 8rd and 4th Sunday at 9:00 ek. rll l- L DORADO.Holy Redeemer Church 01 a,doy Massos at 7:90 and I0:00 o'clock; ujy days at 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock; First rlO Idays of the month at 7:00 o'clock. l-ld [,NQELBERG.St. John's Church. Sun- " ass at 10:00 o'clock. I1 UREKA SPRINGS---St. Elizabeth's. 9 acs on let Sunday at II o'clock; no |sss on 2rid Sunday; 8rd and 4th Sun- ITll l aS at 8:30; 5th Sunday at 11 o'clock; hIAYETTEVILLE.  St. J o a v p h  a C ally 4ass at 8 o'clock. ,$ 0.r. oh- Sunday Masses at 8:00 aud pi u o'clock; week days at 7:00 o'clock;   mridays at 7:00 o'clock; holy days tt :00 and 7:00 o'clock. . , let it, OREMAN--Masses on sz, 3rd and h n_ SUndays at 8:30; 2nd and 4th Sun-  at 10:80. ITY.---4St. Fraucis Church. ORREST Cr d and 5th Sundays of the as on lst,. . nd and 4th Sundays ollth at 10.80, on 2 0 o clock :0i e:00 o'clock; holy days at 7 : O ' ; S a days at 8:30 o'clock. :S Im FORT SMITH b maculate Conception Church. Sun- ;h( day Masses at 0:00, 7:80, 9:00 and :00 and 8:00 o'clock; holy days at e 11:00 o'clock; week day Masses at :00, 7:00,'8:00 and 0:00 o'clock; 13 confessions on tturday afternoon and evening, ch Low Masses  St. Boniface Chur i UI on.Sunday at :o0, 7:45, and 11:00 OClock. High Mass at 9:30 o'clock; enedicticn at 7:0 P. m.; week- I 0y Masses at 0:00 and 8:00 o'clock; Onfossions Saturdays and for holy ays from 4 to 6 and again at 7:15 bl - . ,, she King.  Sunday Mas- ! s at 7:00, 9i00 and 11:80 o'clock; p0 ass on First Fridays of the month (and holy days at 7:00 o'clock. 1(8b ) LLETT.--t. Anne's Church. Mass T11 t'elo: 2nd and th Sundays at 10:80 bY.--B le '  ed Sacrament Church. :00x: or_n. 4th Sunday of the month at u'Clock. Alphcusua Church |:00 on last Sunday of tho month at 8 . - a.., --"'v" !lock. e4th Sundays at ll laAll:)Y Mass au th 8:fi.llIs)--Mass on' 2nd Sunday at '% 0'cls 4th Sunday at II o'clock; at 0 td ..on Saturdays preceding 1st, 8rd at o'clock: 00nd, ,th, and lldays at 10:00 o'clock. V day haENA.--St. Mary's Church. Sun- LI Sees at 7:80 and 10:00 o'clock. HOT SPRINGS Church. Sunday Masses 8:00 and 10:80. Church. Sunday Masses and 10:80 o'clock; Holy Days at 7:80 and 9:00 :; weekday Masses at V:80 Mams on the 1st and 3rd Sun :80 o'clock and on the 2nd Sundays at 8:80 o'clock. Bend.--Mass on at 11:00 o'clock. Philips Church. e 8rd Sunday at 9:00 o'clock. LIND.---St. Mary's Church. let Sunday at 9:00 a. m. ed Sacraman ssee on Sunday at 8:00 and a 8:00 o'clock on week. days at 6:00 and 8:80 o'clock. the Ist and 3rd and on tho 2nd :80 o'clock. Lady of the Masses at 8:OO LITTLE ROCK it. Andrew's Cathedral.Law Mass- es on Sunday at 0:00. 7:OO. 9 :OO and I0:00 o'clock, High Mass at 11:00 o'clock ; weekday Masses at 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock. Holy Souls Chapel. Masses on Sunday at 7:80 and 8:$0 o'clock. St. Edward's Church.Massea on Sunday and holy days at S :80, 7:00, 8:80 and ll:O0 o'lock; weekdays at 0:90 and $:80 o'lock. Our Lady el Goad Counsel.---Sunday Masses at 7:00, 9:90 and 10:80: weekday Masses at 0:80, 7:80 and 8:80 o'clock. MAGNOLIA.--Amerleau Lesion Hut. Mass on the let, 8rd and 6th Sundays at 7:45 o'clock and on the 2nd and 4th Sundays at 9:80 o'clock. MALVERN.Malvern Library. Sund'Y Mass at 9 o'clock ; HoLy days of Obliga- tion at 8:80. MARCHE.lmmaculate Heart o| Mary. Masses on Sundays and Holy Days at 9:S0 o'clock, weekdays at 7:80 o'cloek. MARIANNA.---4St. Andrew's Church. Mass on Ist, 8rd and 8th Sundays of the month at 8:00 o'clock; on 2nd 4th Sundays at 10:$0 o'clock; holy days at 9:00 o'clock. MARKED TREE.---t. Narbsrt Masses on 2nd, 4th and 6th Sundays of the month at 10:00 o'clock. McCRORY.--St. Mary's Church. Mass on 1st, 9rd and 8th Sundays of the at 8:$0 o'clock: 2nd and 4th Sunday at I 1:00 o'clock I holy days at II "OO o'clock. MENA.--.St. Agnee Church. Sunday Mass at 8:45 o'clock; evening services at'7:80 P. m. McGEHEE St. Wlnand's Mission. unday Masses at 6:00 and 8:80 o'clock. MORRILTON.--Sacred Heart Church Sunday Masses at 7:30 and 10:00 o'clock ; holy days at 0:00 and 8:00 o'clock MORRISON BLUFF.---SS. Peter and Paul Church. Masses on Sundays and holy days at 8:80 and 10:30 o'clock. MORRIS SCHOOL.(Nino miles west of Searcy on Highway 86)St Paul's Church Mass on Sundays and holy days at 6:80 a. m. MOUNTAIN HOME--ass on 2ud Sunday at 11 o'clock. NEWPORT. -- St. Cecelia's Church: Mass on 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:00, o'cleck; 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays at' 10:30 oclock; weekdays at 8:00 o'clock; First Fridays at 7:80; holy days at 6:30 o'clock. NORTH LITTLE ROCK St. Anne's Shrlne.--Mass on Sunday and holy days at 9:00 o'clock; First Friday at 7:00 o'clock. St. Mary's Church. Sunday Masses at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock; evening devotions at 7:30 p. m.; weekday Masses at 8:00 o'clock except on Wednesday and Friday, when Mass is celebrated at 8:80 o'clock. NORTH LITTLE ROCK----St. Patrick's Church. Sunday Masses at 7:00, 9:00 and 11:00 o'clock. PARAGOULD.  St. Mary's Church. Masses on let, 8rd and 5th Sundays o the month at 8:00 and 1000 o'clock 2nd Sunday at 10:00 o'clock; 4th Sunda at 8:00 o'clock; weekdays at 8:80 o'clock. PARISSt. Joseph's Church. Masses ii  % %%% t %tit | I///*/ / II And after that men began to be multi- plied upon the earth, and daughters were born to them. The sons of God seeing the daughters of men, that they were fair, took to themselves wives of all which they chose. And God said: My spirit shall not remain in man forever, because he is flesh, and his days shall be hundred and twenty years. Now giants were upon the earth in those days. For after the sons of God went in to the daughters of men, and they brought forth children, these are the mighty men of old, men of renown. And God seehlg that the wickedness of men was great on the earth, and that all the thought of their heart was bent upon evil at all times. It repented him tbat he had made No. 7 The Story Of The Bible In Pictures kAtf00l[ tl00.. [00I1-1 i00|NiN man on the earth. And being touched In- wardly with sorrow of heart, He said: I will destroy men, whom I have created, from the face the earth, from man even to beasts, from creeping things even to the fouls of the air, for it repenteth me that I have made them. But Nee found grace before the Lord. These are the gen- erations of Nee: Nee was just and per- fect man in his generation, he walked with God. And he begot three sons, See Cham, and Japeth. And the earth was corrupt- ed before God, and was filled with in- iquity. And when God had seen that the earth was corrupted (for all flesh had cor- rupted its way upon the earth). He said to Nee: The end of all flesh is come before me. the earth is filled with iniquity , | i,#/ll. /tl " ) b.-- % through them, and I will destroy them with the earth. Make thee an ark of timber planks: thou shalt make little rooms in the ark, and thou shalt pitch it within and without. And thus shalt thou make it: the length of the ark shall be three hundred cubits: the breadth of it fifty cubits, and the height of it thirty cubits. Thou shalt make a window in the ark, and in a cubit shalt thou finish the top of it: and the door of the ark shalt set in the sider with lower, middle chambers, and third stories ahalt thou make it. Behold I will bring the waters of a great flood upon the earth, to destroy all flesh, wherein is the breath of life, under heaven. All things that hi the earth shall be eoumed. on Sunday at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock; weekdays at 8:30 o'clock. PIGGOTT.Mass on 2nd Tuesday ol the month at 8:00 o'clock. PINE BLUFF.--St. Joseph's Church. Sunda Masses at 7:80 and 10:00 o'clock. PLUM BAYOU.--St. Mary's Church. Mass on 1st and 8rd Sundays of the month at 0:00 o'clock. As he pointed out, there can be no world peace until the several countries are at peace within them- selves. As Chairman of the Bishops' Committee on Publicizing the Pope's Peace Plan, the Most Rev. Samuel T. Stritch, Archbishap of Chicago, presented a detailed elucidation of the Papal Peace Plan at the Catholic Collegiate Con- gress held last week in Cincin- nati. The Archbishop made it clear that '"when we talk of a new post- war world, we are talking of the interpretation of new conditions in the light of our inherited cul- ture and not of any sort of sub- stitution for it." "No thoughts of war expediency and no war concessions, arising out of war emergencies, must be used to try to compose our culture with absolutisms, or communism, or fascism, or hopeless godless liber- alism," he said. Archbishop Stritch noted that the Holy Father, in several of his latter statements, adds a vigorous defense of the family in the mod- ern State. "What has happened in our times to weaken the stability of the fam- ily, to rob it of its sanctity, to secularize it, to supplant it by State controls, militates against a beneficient Christian order," His Excellency said. "In vain will you fight for our freedoms and suffer little minds, alien to our culture to do injury to the families of our nation." Little by little the peace ob- jectives, as they appear to Gov- ernment officials in Washington, are becoming more clearly defined and the pattern of the "new and better world" is emerging. The President and Premier Churchill laid the broad foundations in the Atlantic Charter. Secretary Hull sketched more definitely the "economic freedom" that is con- temp]ated, centering attention up- on the freedom of international trade and the accessibility of raw materials. To carry out the peace objec- tives, Vice-President Wallace pro- poses a sort of world federation in which centralized international au- thority will be combined with na- tional freedom. This would not Divine Plan Calls For Participation Of Laity In Apostolate Of The 00rch When the work of Redemption standing characteristics of its was undertaken it was formulated members. Kings and peasants vied upon a divine plan which required, with each other in their prayerful and continues to need, the coopers- and monetary aid for the expan- tion of every man, woman and sion of Christ's Kingdom. child if it is to achieve the corn- With the upheaval caused by the plate and universal success de- reformation this fire of charity sired by Christ, Pope Plus XI, in seemed to die or to be limited to his famous "Rerum Ecclesiae" had those upon whom the blight of summed up the matter in the fol- denial had not fallen. But by the lcwing memorable words: "Even beginning of the 19th century that though the missionaries labor fire, which can never be extin- zealously; though they work ,and guished, was renewed, and The toil and even lay down their lives Society for the Propagation of the in leading the pagans to the Ca- Faith came into being. The plan tholic religion; though they era- for its foundation was not con- play all industry and diligence and ceived in the mind of a cloistered all human means, still all this shall religious or in the heart of a mighty be of no avail, all their efforts doctor of the Church. The Young shall go to naught, unless God Pauline Jarlcot, the Society's touches the hearts of the pagans foundress, was a fun-loving girl to soften them and to draw them of Lyons, France. However her to Him. Now, it is easy to see desire for a good time was su- that everyone has the opportunity perseded by her affection for her to pray, and so this help, the very brother who was studying for the nourishment of the missions, is priesthood and intended to work within the power of all to supply." in the missions. To help him and Besides this sustaining force his confreres became the dominant which keeps alive the fire of thought in her life--the motivation zeal in the hearts of missionaries of her every activity. Day after and melts the frozen hardness of day she went among the people paganism and indifferentism, there of her own city, in through the is another part of the divine plan portals of its famous silk mills, which devolves upon those who asking from each one she encount- are not actively engaged in the ered, the modest offering of a daily prayer and a sou for the mission apostolate. This is the missions. Perhaps the very aim- support which is given by the ,plicity of Pauline's Jaricot's plan laity to maintain the works of the priests, brothers and sisters at re-enacting as it did the Redeem- er's divine plan--was the reason work in home and foreign fields, for its greatness. nd it is a feature which marked Catholicity from its very founda- Today, after one and hundred tion. The Acts of the Apostles are twenty years of fruitful efforts filled with references to th gen- that same Society is striving for erous understanding and coopera- greater aid for the missions, know- tion shown Christ's missionaries ing that today they face the mosl by the generosity of the early crucial period of their history and Christians. As the Church spread that their success or failure de- from the narrow confines of Pales- pends, according to the divine tins through the entire length and plan, upon the charity of the breadth of Europe the mark of faithful. spiritual and material generosity Rt. Rev. Msgr. Thos. J. McDonnell continued to be one of the out- Natl. Director Society For Propagation of Faith be attained at once by general co!ossal task. But there seems ::% to be general agreement in Wash- All Five Sons In ervice POCAHONTAS--.I. Paul's Church. agreement on the part of all the ington that regardless of what Corona, N. Y. (D--Mr. and Mrs. nalions but set up by the United Low Masses on Sunday at 0:00 and 8:00 'tl n ,,,h,h ,,,,,, ,;. + plan is adopted, it must be work- Peter I Matron have five sons o'clock, High Mass at 10:00 o'clock: ,,_.O ................  .. ,. ........... , holy days of obligation. Masses at 5:45 ccfarn "ntil oerati  - :----- ea ou slowly ann an in,el"national ann mey have given them all to o ........... u. , .,--,,y oi i vn.! g :0 o'clock. o+TlJh. T* +.- ....... , ,.^ p i ce of some k nd must be set the service of thmr country Peter PRAIRIE VIEW---Su,day Mass at 8:30 ..., ,.,,,1,4 ,.,,. v.^ .t. ,r.,. lip ana a rlounal created There dr., and Thomas enlisted together or 10:80. alternating p,a, ,,--- -- ,, n vuttu . . . " . , m:rt etnhHghed nt h  ,, must be an steam during whmh m March of this year and are now ATCLIFF.--t. Anthony's. Mass on .............. ............... h -i " Sundays nnd holy days at 9:00 o'clock, the First World War, which went t e world federat on can be firmly overseas with the Army. Eugene RECTOR.--St. Henry's Church. Mum n h, rock becan  ....  ,.^ esmmisnea. Tne peace will not be left St John's University Brook- ,n 2.,.1 R,,n,la' of the Month at 8:00 ........... ,,,l u lL . . ' . . , o'clock: 4th Slmday at 10:00 o'clock, nations, . including the United attained by formulating a world- lyn, to loin the Army in October. ROGERS--Mass on 1st and Sth Sun. +o refused to n,+;,;,+ wise agreemen at a conference Jonn the youngest enlisted in the ....... ,  ...... " .... but "1 r " a ' ' days at 8:80: 8rd Sunday at 11 o'clock. As + vi, ,.,o;n-, ..., Wl 1 come g adually and wlll N vy in November, 1941 and is RUSSELLVILLE.Mass ou 2ud and "gh,i,,,,] lhe U-i,n ,Vo;,,o be applied step by step, with the in the South Pacific Jose h was 4th Sundays of the month at 10:00 r, Ch- h mn,-hb,, ..... h;.h United Nations wielding authority inducted ten days ago Four o'c|eck [ . ni - disarmed untllthemachmery of peaceis per- daughters are at home with their SCRANTONSunday Mass at 8:30 or ............ and .. _ . _ 10:80. a]ternatin zecea parents ST. ELIZABETH.  St. Elizabeth's those parts of the world which ' I " Church. 1st and 5th Sundays of the would break the peace. Also,. . .   ...... month at 9:00 o'clock; 8rd Sunday at there must be machinery for pre- I..[. "-- 11:00 o'clock. ST. VINCENT.--St, Mary's Church venting economic warfare and en-Ii i,I ll - Masses on Sunday and holy days at hancing economic peace between IPJ! - __-- rN&___ ...... 9:80 o'clock, nations. Probably there will have I, DOrle ry  SEARCY.St. James Church. Mass to be an international court to l _ IMI on the 1st and 8rd Sundays at 8:45 make decisions in case of dispute./l_, as_x_, ta#__.,_ k a. m. SHOAL CREEK- St. Seholastlc's And an international court pre-I[ KOOFIng =nee00 neal WOrK  Church. Sunday Masses at 7 :oo a.d supposes some kind of world coun- I ;.& ..... , Iral 10:00 o'clock, the last Mass followed by cil, so that whatever world sys-"]till I I Illlllll Benediction: weelcday Mass at 8:30 o'clock, te envolves will have enough  .Ja L-a 1 || |l|ll l J SLOVAC.---SS. Cyrll and Msthodius m flexibility to meet changnlg clr 209 11 East Mar ha r e Church. Sunday Masses at 8:00 and ...... "  209 '  h 94-49t.$J cumstances as they arise." ll' ...... ]0:oo o'clock. Concerning these suggestions L.__ -" _ " .... "2 i STAMPS.St. Mark's Ch.rch. Mm* nn the 1st. 8rd and 8th Sundays at 1:80 there will probably be wide di- -' -- o'clo and on Lhe 2nd aud 4th Sundays versity of opinion. To bring about III mmmmmmmmmmmmma mmummmmnmm mm mm,,mm am at 7:4 o'clock. STUTTGART.--Hely Roeer" Church. a worldwide consensus will be a T H E C A T H O L I C G I R L ' S G U I D E Masses on 1st. 8rd and 4th Sandays of the month nt R :00 and I0:00 o'clock ; 2nd nnd 5th Sundays at 8:00 'clock; hoIy days nt 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock. SUBIACO.  St. Benedlct's Abbey. Church, Sunday Masses at 4:80, 5:80. 0:80, 8:00 and 10:00 o'elock: weekday Masses at 4:80, 5:30, 0:15 and 7:00 o'clock. SULPHUR SPRINGS.Masa on 2nd Sunday of the month at 9:00 o'clock TEXARKANA.--St. Edward's Church. Masses on Sunday at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock; holy days at 0:80 and 8:00 o'clock. WARREN  St. Luke's Church. Mass every Sunday except the last Sunday of thn month at 9:80 o'clock. WEINER.---St. Anthony Church. Mass ,n let and 8rd Sundays of the month at 0:80 end 8:00 o'clock: 2nd. 4th and 5th Sundays at 8:00 o'olock. WEST MEMPHIS.  St; Mlehael's Church. Mass ou Sundays and holy days at 0:00 o'clock. WYNNE,---St. Peter's Church. Mass on let, 8rd and 5th Sundays of the month at 11:00 o'eb, ck: 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:30: holy days at 8:80. weekday Mss at :00 o'clock: HoI' Hour First Fri. day of the month, 7:80 o'clock. St. Anthony's Hospital MORRILTON, ARK. HANOVER SPECIAL! 3 Plain $1 Cash& Dresses Carry Expert Knit-Wear Blocking And Dyeing 3 Mens $1 cash& SuBs Carry 00 W. Markham Ph. Order From 309 West 2nd by Father Lasance "This prayerbook is intended for girls from the time of their leaving school to their settle- ment in life." No. 211  Catholic Girl's Guide, lmlt. leather, limp, round corners, red edges .................... $2.00 No. 212  Cathollc Glrl's Guide, American Seal leather, limp, sold slde, round corners, red edges ............................ $2.7s The Guardian Little Rook, Ark. And I will establish my covenant with thee, and thOU shalt enter into the ark, thou and thy sons, and they wife, and the wives of thy sons with thee. And to every living creature of all flesh, thou shalt bring two of a sort into the ark, that they may live with thee: of the male sex and the female. Of fowls ccordlng to their kind, and of beasts In their kind, and of every thing that creepeth on the earth according to Its kind; two of every sort shall go with thee, that they may live. Thou shalt take unto thee of all food that may be eaten, and thou shelf lay It up with thee: and It shall be food for thee and them. And Nee did all things which God commanded him. Holy Name S00ciety On Nation-wide Radio Program New York. (D--The Holy Name Society will be the guest : of the "Church of the Air" pro- gram sponsored by the Colum- bia Broadcasting System on Sunday, January 10. By special indult the Holy Name Society celebrates the Feast of the Holy Name on the second Sunday of the month, its : regular Communion Sunday. : The speaker for the National Headquarters of the Society: will be the VerY Rev. Benedict M. Blank of the Order of Preachers. Father Blank is Provincial of the Holy Name :Province of the Dominican :Fathers. Marlne Fller's Heroism Merits Award In Death Houma, La. (D--Notification of the posthumous award of the Navy Cross with citation of Sec- ond Lieut. James H. Marmande U.S. Marine Corps, for heroism at the Battle of Midway last June has been received by his mother Mrs. Emile Marmande, here. Lieut. Marmande was a dis- tinguished' members of St. Francis de Sales Parish of this city. He entered the Marine Corps in June, 1941, and was reported lost in action during the Midway battle. President Roosevelt authorized the posthumous award and the cita- tion stated Lieut. Marmande, in an attack on a Japansese aircraft crrier, dived his plane to a per- ilously low altitude in the face of withering fire from antiaircraft batteries, before releasing a bomb. PROPAGATION (Continued from page 4) the status of women in China that the following comments by David An, Director of Athletics at Fu Jen University, Peking, are en- lightening and consoling. Five of Archbishop's Nephews Serving In Armed Forces Rochester. (D--A five-star ser- vice flag adorns the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Hanna here and two of the stars represents sons who are priests and now in service as chaplains. The five brothers are the nephews of the Most Rev. Edward J. Hanna, re- tired Archbishop of San Francisco. One of the chaplains, Capt. Aus- tin B. Hanna, serving in the Army, is stationed at the Army War Col- lege, Washington, D. C.the first Catholic chaplain ever appointed to that military institution. He studied at St. Andrew's and St. Bernard's Seminaries here, and was ordained by the Most Roy. Ed- ward Mooney in 1936. He served as an assistant in Rochester and Auburn, and entered the Army in 1940. The other chaplain, Lieut. Ber- nard C. Hanna, serving in the Navy, is stationed at the Chaplains School, Norfolk, Va. He was the first Rochester pastor to become a chaplain in this war. He had been pastor of St. Anthony's Church, Elmira , N. Y. He at- tended Cathedral Grammar School and St. Andrew's Seminary and in 1924 went to Rome to continue his theological studies at the North American College. He was Ordained in the College Chapel in 1930 by his uncle, Archbishop Hanna. The other brothers in the ser- vice are Lieut. Edward L. Hanna, U.S. Coast Guard; Second Lieut. Adrain M. Hanna, Army Air Corps; and Private Frank J. Han- n a , Army Air Corps. of the many surprises one exper- mnces on coming for the first time to China to realize that, in spite of all the great hardships for countless women in certain feat- ures of the still surviving old soc- ial order, there is a composed' self- respect, dignity and confidence in the bearing of the Chinese women ofll degrees, not often matched andseldom surpassed elsewhere.'" 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