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FEAST C. News Service) 6.---St. Dorothy, Lillis and A. Dorothy's parents Chanters. THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 5, 1927 Tuesday evening, at 7:30 p. m. Bene-[gPADIIl AD EtPJ I~V kI~ diction was given by the Rt. Rev.]tJl, n~|UN,~]L|! IJLI V| l~,] Msgr, W. H. Aretz, P. A., V. G. with] lllAlkT llffg~tTTl~O lr~| [~ the Rev. Jas. P. Gaffney and the Rev.] 1[|~'~[~ l[|OYra~ I'0LILL Jos. F Burns, assisting as deacon andI subdeacon. Rev. John V. McCauley TO SUMMON PRIEST filled the office of Master of Cere- monies, while thetRev. Messrs. T. H. H. Wernke acted as (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Poland, that the head of the nation has acted in a similar capacity. It was a gorgeous spectacle of glowing colors of silks and satins, and the soft spargle of Church jewels challenging the glitter of Europe's highest military decorations, in a setting of frescoes and arched ceil- ing painted by the great masters, that New York, Jan. 22.--A scapular greeted the notable Church and State martyred before an persecution. Present in the sanctuary for the worn around the neck of Louis Kir- dignitaries in attendance. Polish Ca- Sapricius came solemn closing of the Forty Hours cher, taxicab driver, of 670 Garden tholics hailed the event as a renewal sent her to follow were the Very Rev. S. J. Peoples, Ph. street, the Bronx, was the means by of faith in the device of the Polish ;retched on the rack D., Rev. A. L. Fletcher, Ph.D., Rev. which a Protestant police chaplain escutcheon, "Polanio Semper Fidelis." make sacrifice. Two 'H. H. Wernke, Rev. J. E. Schumach- was able to summon a Catholic priest Great crowds knelt in the icy streets in time to administer to him the last outside the President's residence, charged to pervert er, and Rev. Bede Mitchell, O. S.B. rites of the Church, after the cab had Zamek Palace, and repeated the to Christ by her PARKER skidded off a bridge at i49th street-]phrase as the ceremonies progressed. further tormented and Park avenue and landed on thei t to'be beheaded. New York Central railroad tracks, IMETHODIST MINISTER through St. Dot- death led to the WRITER, DEAD 35 feet below. IN CHINA IS SAVED Kircher died a few hours later in BY CATHOLIC NATIVE a young ered martyrdom. (By N. C.'~W. C. News Service} Lry 7..__$t. Romuald Nashville Jan. 25.--Funeral serv- a nobleman ices of the Rev. Alphonse Bernard quarreled with a rela- Parker, for the past few years chap- and slew him in lain of St. Thomas Hospital, this city, horrified at and one of the best beloved priests in entered the Bene- the South, who died here Saturday, at Classe to do a were held at the Cathedral of the In- him. This pen-carnation today, with a Fotatifical OWn Vocation. He High Mass, celebrated by the Rt. Rev. monasteries and his Alphonse J. Smith, Bishop of Nash- ~]!ed Camaldolese: ville. ulsciples were Sts. apostles of Father Parker was a brilliant schol- and Benedict ar and writer, having founded and for for the faith. Hesme years edited in French and Eng- lsh thd newspaper L'Evangeline, at 8.---St. John of Church Point, Nova Scotia, which is of St. John of still being published. ~ Course of self- He was born in Youghal, Irelhnd, " g ory of God and in 1859, and came to this country neighbor. By with his mother when seven years two a~en- old. He studied for the priesthood instructed to devot of captives. This in the Grand Seminary, Montreal, for their release. Canada, and was ordained a priest I Tunic with 120 in St. Mary's Cathedral, Halifax, in ors attacked the 1883. His first assignment was at ~ss, without rud-a mission near Halifax, which he at- SPread his cloak tended with great zeal. Prayed. The ship He built St. Bernard's Church at to Ostia. herself to umbus, Catholics of Tulsa, are about ~and that her ptlre to carry out one of the biggest pro- in the likeness of jects ever attempted in the diocese ll'"St. Severi. of'Oklahoma, by the erection in the near future of a communityhouse was of a costing $500,000. and edu- Lincoln hospital of a fracture of the skull and internal injuries. Immediately the cab and driver tore-through an eight-foot fence and landed at the base of a railroad signal tower, signahnan Morris Kapner noti- fied patrolmen Sweeney of the Mor- risana station, who summoned the Police emergency squad. The injur- ed cabman was quickly extracted from the wreck. One of the nine policemen assisting, in loosening Kir- cher"s clothing, noticed the scapular. On arrival of the Lincoln hospital ambulance, Dr. Tannenbaum saw at (By N. C. W. C. News ~ervice) Shanghai, Jan. 23. A Methodist mis#onary, the Rev. A. G. Simon. has arrived here as a refugee from the Province of Hupeh with a stirring story of how he and three others es- caped from their mission when it was attacked by a Chinese mob and how a native Chinese convert to the Ca- tholic Church kept them alive by surreptitiously giving them food. When the mob broke in with axes, said the Rev. Mr. Simon, the mission- once that Kircher would not live. He ers fled, without even sufficient so notified the Rev. E. Hamilton Nes- clothing. They wandered about till bit, police chaplain, who, with Dr. ]dawn, when they came upon the Bollen, police surgeon, hurried to the Chinese Catholic. He brought them parish house of the Church of the Im- food. That was Sunday and they hid maculate Conception of the Blessed and fled until Thursday before they Virgin Mary, 150th street and Mel- were taken over by an official and rose avenue as Kircher was placed in later rescued. the ambulance. The missionary also reported that The clergyman and physician stop- two Catholic priests were driven from ped at the rectory just long enough Tayeh, where their missio~ "~as sit- to pick up the Rev. Joseph Hamelryck uated, and two others from Hwang- and then drove toward the bridge. At Shi,Chang, their missions being loot- the "Hub," 149th street and Third ed. avenue, they met the ambulance. The two cars stopp~6d. Father Hamelryck College Point, N. S., and was also entered the ambulance, and for sev- 9.--St. Ap- the founder of St. Ann's College,]eral minutes the vast crowd that of Alexan- there. Once during a stay in Ber-]quickly collected stood with heads an aged virgin, muda, Father Parker served as chap- ] bared as the murmur of prayer waft- among the mar- lain in the British army. During the ed over the assemblage. Le hands of the World War he was assigned as Ca-I Ldria in 249. Her tolic chaplain to the flying field at]MOVE TO CANONIZE out and she was to die in a huge Memphis. Father Parker had alsoI B.'THOMAS MORE served as assistant pastor of the Ca-[ AND B. JOHN FISHER kindled. The thedral of the Incarnation, here, andI to martyrdom at St. Patrick's church, Memphis,] (By N. C. W. C. News Service} -. London, Jan. 22. The Bishop of \ at the Tenn. f Southwark announces that he has I taken up at ~l~ome the cause of Bles- 10.----St. Sch- COMMUNITY HOUSE ised John Fisher and Blessed Thomas is known of FOR T~LSA, OKLA., ]More, and has disclosed the fact that she:chWasst.theBene.Sis. TO COST $500,0001he was requested to do so by the direction, she (By N. C. W. C. News Service) ]Bishops of England and Wales. ......... I On his recent visit to Rome, Bishoo a numerous Tulsa, okla., Jan. zz.---worKmg~na . . [Amigo had s conversatmn with the Onte Casino.St. conjunction with the Knights Of Col- " " Holy Father about the matter, and the Pope expressed his interest in the cause .... ,~ . Bishop Hinsley, rector o~:!i~:::~ng- lish College, Rome, has been named a postulator. faith at a time The Very Rev. Msgr. John R. Heir- BEQUEST OF $5,000 reigned in that ing, pastor of the Church of the Holy START FOR SCHOOL World in his Family, this city, has developed all to God the plans for the center, which will He house all Catholic organizations of the sick the city. The building will be con- ~nd immediately structed on the Knights of Columbus had been two property at West Sixth street and doctors could Frisco avenue, arrangements having his cloak been completed with the local Knights in 507. by Msgr, Heiring. 12"'--St. Bene- The Knights of Columbus have son of Aigulf, adopted a resolution agreeing to free ,c, and was the property from debt, and to turn arly youth it over to Msgr, Heiring without re- Pepin servations. About $15,000 in bonds enjoyed un- are now outstanding, but holders of and posses- bonds have offered to turn them back st mortified life to the organization to cooperate with r "~ escaping the p eject. The remaining debt of World and $17,000 will be cleared at once. Seine. In in the LO PA HONG GIVES TO NATIVE SEMINARY (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Maryknoll, N. Y., Jan. 25.~One Of the largest gifts received during upon and inspired of spiritual (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Chico, Calif., Jan. 26.---In the will of the late Michael Schott, long-time resident of this place, who died re- cently, there was a bequest of $5,000 to Father Dermody, pastor, as the nuculous for a fund with which to build a parochial school here. The pastor and members of the congregation immediately got togeth- er, the fund was augmented, a site procured and a new $25,000 paro- chial school is to be built adjoining the church. PHILADELPHIA HOMES BENEFIT ~y WILL OF SARAH McGILL (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Philadelphia, Jan. 27.--By the will of Sarah McGill of this city, which will be submitted to the Registrar of wills for probate today, several Ca- JUGOSLAV PRELATE HONORS FR. DEASY, CLEVELAND PRIEST (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Cincinnati, O., Jan. 26.--The Rev. Timothy Deasy, rector of St. Cecelia church, Oakley, has been notified of his appointment as an honorary can- on of the cathedral of Antivari, Ju- goslavia. The appointment comes from Most Rev. Nicholas M. Dobrecic Archbishop of Antivari, primate af Sedbia. Dr. Deasy and the Archbishop were classmates at the College of Propa- ganda Rome. They renewed their ac- quaintance after the Eucharistic Con- gress when His Grace visited Dr. Deasy here. BISHOP SIMON TSU VISITS MARYKNOLL (By N. C. W. C. News Service} Maryknoll, N. Y., Jan. 25.--The Rt. Reverend Simon Tsu, S. J., one of the six Chinese bishops who were consecrated at Rome by the Holy Father on October 28th, visited Maryknoll, N. Y., the Seminary of the Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America, last Sunday, accompani- ed by the Reverend James J. Morris- scy, S. J., and the Reverend Ignatius W. Cox, S. J., editor of Jesuit Mis- sions, the new nationM Jesuit mis- sion magazine. Father Morrissey, S. J., is on his way to the Jesuit Mission of Nganhoi iu China, to which he has been assigned. He wiil accompany Bishop Tsu as far as Shanghai. Bishop Tsu comes of a prominent Chinese "family which was converted to Catholicism generations ago and has already given to the Church priests and religious. The brother of the bishop, Nicholas Tsu, is a Knight of St. Gregory and is a well known figure in industrial circles at Shan- ghai. Nicholas Tsu aids Sir Lo Pa Hong in his Charitable undertagings. GERMAN CATHOLICS TO MEET SEPT. 4-7 By Rev. Dr. Wilhelm Baron yon Page Seven SECURING FOR THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN,S SEMINARY FOR THE ARKANSAS PRIESTHOOD Any Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse May Be Do- nated. An Incomplete Burse Will Be Gratefully Received and Recorded. A Burse Is a Sum of Money Invested and Drawing Enough Interest Always to Provide Board, Lodging and Training for One Seminarian. x ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES. COMPLETE ST. MARY'S BURSE, Hot Springs .................................................... $5,000.00 MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock ................................... 5,000.00 ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff .................. -~ ........................ -- 5,000.00 MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE, Pine Bluff ................................ 5,000.00 INCOMPLETE BISHOP BYRNE BURSE .................................................................... $3,825.57 ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE ............................................................ 3,654.30 SAtCRED HEART BURSE ............................. _'_ .................................. 258.00 BISHOP FITZGERALD BURSE ....................................................... 100.00 KNIGHTS OF. COLUMBUS, ARKANSAS ....................................... 392.00 BISHOP BYRNE BURSE INCOMPLETE BURSES The Burse to be known as the Bishop Byrne, a memorial honor to the first Bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock, already has a credit deposit of $3,825.57. This Burse calls for no stated amount of donation, .and its present sum total is the result of even donations of one dime or more will be acceptable and re- ceive due credit on the Seminary records. Previously acknowledged .................................................................. $2,916.57 Pupils of Sacred Heart Academy, Helena, Ark ................................. 10.00 Catholic Daugh.ters of America, Fort Smith, Ark ............................. 100.00 Thanksgiving, Anonymous, Hot Springs, Ark ..................................... 50.00 Ignatian Knights, S. H. Academy, Helena, Ark ................................ 25.00 "Kindly" _ .................................... : ...................... _~'_ ........................ 3.00 Donation from Levy ...................................................................... 1.00 Bequest of Late Mrs. Bridget Sinnott .............................................. 500.00 Anonymous, Hot Springs, Ark ....................................................... 50.00 Ignatian Knights, Helena, Ark ................................... :~ .................... 10.00 Children of Sacred Heart Academy, Helena, ArkL~_ .............. L ......... B5.00 Pupils of St. Anne's Academy, Fort Smith, Ark ....................... ~.__ 2{).00 St. Andrew's Cathedral School Children ....................................... 75.00 Total .......................................................................... $3,825.57 ] BISHOP FITZGERALD BURSE Very Rev. Monsignor A. P. Gallagher, Mena, Ark ............................... $100.00 ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY ALUMNI BURSE This Burse is a foundation by the priests who have been ordained from the Seminary and is open to the clergy and the large and small donations by those interested in perpetuating the name of Bishop Byrne in connection with the priesthood of the diocese which he organized and unto which he gave of his prayers, of* his work, and of his life. The Bishop Byrne Burse is a popular one, toward which people in general as a recognition of the present-day success of the faculty and the students of this important diocesan insti- tution: Previously acknowledged .................................................................. $ ~12.65 Bequest of Louis Koers, Little Rock, Ark ......................................... 500.00 Alumnus 1925 ............................................................................... 50.00 Friend "C," Little Rock, Ark ......................................................... 50.00 Alumnus 1923 .................................................................................. 500.00 Pupils of St. Anne's Academy, Fort Smith, Ark ........................... 30.00 Bequest of Mrs. Bridget Sinnott, Little Rock, Ark ......................... 500.00 Alumnus 1916 ............................................................................. 300.00 Miss Bridget Boyle, North Little Rock, Ark ..................................... 1,000.00 Alumnus 1926 .................................................................. ~ ........... 50.00 Alumnus 1617 ............................................................................... 91.65 Total ............................................................................... $3,654.30 . tholic institutions will eventually SACRED HEART BURSE the past year by Msgr. James E. benefit. The testrix died January DEVOTIq Walsh, Prefect Apostolic of the 21, leaving an estate of $172,350, of Grateful Recipient of Favors .......................................................... $ 100.00 , American Mission of Kongmoon, which $134,350 consists of invest- Capitaine Morrilton Friend ............................................................................... 3.00 t. Anne's South China was that mad by Sir Atte , e. J ments in realty. . (Cologne Correspondent, N. C. W. C. Grateful Recipient of Favors ................................ :~ ........................... 50.00 ~v Lo Pa Hong of Shanghai fort'he new The will makes a number of be- Naws Serviee~ Anonymous Donation .... ~_ .................................................... 3.00 -Ohon_ -~=,u-~~"~ Seminarv~ for the training~ of the na- qiUv::ts, creates annuities for rela-[ Cologne, Jan. 17.--The 1927 Ca- "Kindly" _ .............................................................................................. 10.00 ]~ oi.st. Ann,,o..~ o, rive clergy at Kongrhoon. This well ann Irlen~s, and specifies that Itholic assembly will be held at Dort- t. Joseph,s Or known lay apostle of China has count- upon the.deaths of the annuitants the Imund in Westphalia, September 4 to Recipient of Many Fevers, McRae, Ark ...................................... 10.00 ~orni-- - " less other calls on his charity and it :rus: ~s ~o be continued and the in-]7, and preparations to this end '~re Grateful Recipient of Favors, Memphis, Term ............... -~, dan. 5.00 tion, in corn is regarded as a proof of his truly come paid annually to the Little Sis-[already being made, it has jus~i been A Brockton Friend ............................................................. 1.00 SPent by Our Catholic spirit that he should have ters of the Poor of Philadelphia, St announced In choosin D0rt~iund Thanksgiving, Anonymous, Little Rock, Ark .................... 25.00 Opened with thought of tbe Kongmoon Seminaryl Joseph's Hospital, the Catholic So-Ins the site of the gathe~?ng it has be- Thanksgiving for Favors Received ...................................................... m. The R~.~- lying so far south of Shanghai. Such ciety of St. Joseph for Educating and come necessary, because of the hell- "Kindly," Cathedral ,)arish .................................................................. 5.005.00 .he celebrant instances as these are taken to show Maintaining Poor Orphan Children, ldays in Westphalia, to change the ~V " ' i" Mr. Paul that the t~me will come when the and the Philadelphia Protectory for ltime of the gathering from August 28 A. J. P., Morrilton, Ark ............................................ 3.00 r. Thos H Church in China will be self-support- Boys. ~to 30 to the dates early in Septem- Friend from Paris, Ark ....................................... 4.00 eacon. The ]ng. ~-- ber: Anonymous ............................ .......................... " ........ 10.00 )rues v:~ WILL OF ~ RED HAT CONFERRED . ON CARDINAL LAURI The Central Committee of the Cen- Thanksgiving for Favors Received ...... 20.00 GIVES NUNS $5,000 BY POLISH PRESIDENT tral Assembly of German Catholics, decorat. ('By N. C W. C. News Service} 258.00 The cere- Columbus, 0., Jan. 28. A bequest With splen- of $5,'000 to the Brown county con- 392.00 ,,and the vent of the Ursuline Sisters was in- Mass of cluded in the will of the late Robert I~. Wolfe, publisher of the Columbus Dispatch and the Ohio State Journal children who met death a couple of weeks ago ; in a fall from the roof of a building. took Place Wolfe was not a Catholic. under the presidcncy of Prince Total ..................................................................................... $ (By N. C W. C. News Service) Aloys of Loewenstein, recently met Warsaw, Jan. 25. Amidst a scene to discuss problems. The Bishop of KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BURSE seldom surpassed for splendor, Presi- Pad~rborn, who officiated at a Sol- i Arkansas K. of C. Councils ................ ~ .................. - ............................ $ dent Ignatz Moscicki of Poland, re- emn Pontifical Mass in Dortmund, presenting HistHoliness Pope Plus outlined the Catholic assembly to be INFORMATION AND DONATIONS XI, today bestowed the red biretta on held in that city this year, and, later] Request for further information regarding any of all matters pertain- Msgr. Laurence Lauri, Apostolic at a conference held in the large halls] ing to the foundation of Burses and the benefits shared by contributors and Nuncio to Poland. It was the first ] of the Fuerstenhof and Reinoldshof, I likewise all donations should be sent to the Rector, Rt. Rev. Monsignor W. time since 1795, when Stanislauslthe Bishop and Prince Aloys deliver- .:~ Poniatowski, reigned as last King of Jed moving addrasses. H. Aretz, St. Johns Seminary.