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&apos; i i Wll THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 12, 1943 i Ill I I I I No. 12 The Story Of The Bible In Pictures PAGE FIVE Is Way ergeant The Back [Washington. (IC)  For obv'ous But Father Gallagher demurred .lessons, he shall be nameless. Suf- He inquired and learned the Ser- ]e? to say he's one of those typi- geant had drifted from his Faith 1 'hard-boiled" Army sergeants, 16 years ago shortly after he join- of 16 years service. He ed the Army. He told the Sergeant been to the Sacraments nor that if he didn't want "to let that Mass since shortly aftel: kid down" the proper procedure 8 enlistment Then a youngster was Confession and Communion a parochial school out in He went to Confession and re- attngstown, O., "adopted'* him ceived Communion at the 7 o'clock r the duration, to offer Com- Mass that morning. Urdons, Masses and prayers for The following night, the Sergeant s safety, carried the American Flag in the The Rev. John P. Gallagher, Forty Hours procession. The mois- J.,Dtrector of Retreats for Work- lure that blurred his vision made the headquarters of which it evident that a certain boy in Trinity Church rectory Youngstown was Collecting spirit- giving the Forty Hours ual dividends from a grizzled Army at St Stephen's Church veteran, whose safety the boy had Father Gallagher had fin- undertaken the 6 a.m. Mass and The Sergeant, in a short while, to say the 7, when he brought in to Father Galls:her a sergeant--or rather when dozen of the Army's "old cam-! ergeant barged in on him. paigners," who had drifted away Sergeant showed Father from their Faith. a Rosary and a Prayer , : : - Which the youngster had sent Similar to a receptacle capable He told of letters he had re- of expanding so that the more the from the boy, telling of receptacle is enlarged the more Masses and prayers it receives, our soul, by means of offering for his safety, additional generosity in its offer- the Sergeant blurted out: tag to God, receives in return at don't know how he picked Holy Communion an increased out but I can't let that kid amount of God's grace and bless- athe .' ' . ings. WHERE TO I HEAR MASS ;.-- Corr o 0 t  1, 1942 &.,.Tu.s.--ou, Lad,, Help of Ch,.- 10:00 o'clock, High Mass at 11:90 Lw.p Uhurch. Masses on Sunday at o'clock; weekday Masses at 7:00 ann 10:30 o'clock. I 00:09 o'clock. Holy Souls Chap.I. 1- TKINs--Church of the Assure tion I Messes on Sunday at 7"80 and 9:00 sll O " P o'clock ,,,,L n let, 2nd and 4th Sunday, of the! "',-jn at 8:00 o'clock; 8rd ud 6th] St Edward's ChurchMassee on tays at 8 :O0 and 1O:00 o'clock; holy] Sunday and holy days at 0:$0, 7:00, =; at 6:80 and 8:80 o'clock, l 8:80 and 11:00 o'clock; weekdays 11-8- ALl3 KNOB--St Rlchard's Church./ at 6:80 and 8:30 o'clock. +,.ses on 2nd "4th ,nd th Sundays at/ Our Lady of Good Counsel.---Sunday ;i:;:' ' ' Masses at 7100, 9:00 and 100: ll]&lIN ........ ur t "'asses / weekday Masses ';t 6:80 7:80 and ,.l 6 .---t mary n ca m I R 0 'lo -t- u/.[" sunday at 0:00 and 10:00. I ...... A. u ill 9AT .............. s I MAGNOLIA Amerlcan Legion H t. d vzLt.l--.uur kaay o; ine ie - " nda rtd cra ..... L _   ..... 1.t a.d Mass on the 1st, Srd and 5th Su ys J_d fith ? uaurcn^ ^-...,.? 7" ^'_':i at 7:45 o'clock and on the 2nd and 4th 5]11 d ... Qunoays at S :UU o clock ; uu   , - -^ , t. - t ' tunoaya a U :SU O CIOC -[ n.Sundays at 10:80" holy days at " " . L 'T"v O'clock MALVERN.Malvern Library. Suncy 5 BENr. " ......... Mass at 0 o'clock" Hoty days of Obllga- :,iolI-" --v,  uourl; room O smu +;o * ean )tll:Y Courthouse Suuday Mass at ... a ...... I' r v, O'clock " MARCHE.lmmaculate Heart of Mary. s|IGEL .. . , .....   Masses on Sundays and Holy Days at 1001 |00 o,cloe'k "" o c ............. MARIANNA,---t, Andrew's Church. SlERI ..... -" . . . Mass on 1st, Srd and 5th Sundays of ,a-ls,KlY.--t. Johns Churn. malt the month at 8:00 o'eloek; on Snd and )t,th a and rd, Sundays t 8:SO;nu, 4th Sundays at 10:80 o'clock; holy days e' c f" eta unoays at 10 too o'clock. t 9:00 o'clock :$ : [DEN---St, Louis Church._ Sunday MARKED TREE.--qt. Norbart Iisslon. ;:'a asses at 7:80 and 0:80 holy days Masses on 2nd, 4th and 5t Sun(lays of ;et- |gatlon at 7.00 and 9:00 o'clock; the month at I0:30 O'Clock. 31: 'ay Mass at'8-8O McCRORY--t. Mary'. Church. Mass V tLiSLE...St Ree Church. Mass on lit 3rd and Sth Sundays of the month .:.r.. nday at '30 'elock at 8:3'0 o'clock" nd and 4th Sunday at u - - "1 LRLESTON.--acd Heart Church 11:00 o'clock; holy days at 11:00 o'clock. I1 IRR)00 or 10:00 o'clock. MENA.--..4.'oA,o :. Church Sunday 0' VILLE.  Holy Red emer Mass at 8: ' k; evening services ul . Masses bn 1st and 3rd Sundays et 7:30 p. m " !lrl 08:lOoe.ckl;o:.d' 4th and $th Sun- McGEHEE-- St Wlnand'. Mission. 'i; . : ' ..... Jlunday Masses at 0:00 and 8:80 o'clock. , 1 "  HILL.--St. Mattlews unurn. MORRILTON.--acred Heart Church R" n 2nd and 6th Buudays at 10:30 S i.( WAY.---St. Joseph's Church. Sun- |e assea at 0:30, 7:80 aud 0:45 o'clock. Patti Church Masses ou Sundays and " !;B kWFoRDSVILLE.  Sacred Heart Ur h, Mass on 1st Sunday at 7:80 i RDANELLE.--Mass on 1st Sunday th ,,onth at 10:00 o'clock. VhlIEM.TT.  St.- Mary's_ Hospital. d Mass at 0:30 o'clock. _  EEN-- St. Barbara's Church. , ,eS on 1st, 3rtt and 6th Sundays at .'_:. 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:30. rt.Y..V.ALLs BLUFF,  St Elizabath's CIl"h, Mass on 1St and 3rd Sundays :]blxOnth at 10:00 o'clock. e 1 '.St. Boniface Church. Masses i['elot,. 2nd and 5th Sunday at ll:00 :,2;i.c{: 3rd and 4th Sunday at 9.ou Sunday Masses at 7:80 and 10:00 o'clock; holy days at 6:00 and 8:00 o'clock. MORRISON BLUFF.--S. Peter and holy days at 8:80 and 10:30 o'clock. MORRIS SCHOOL.--(NIne miles west of Searcy on Highway 36)8t. Paul, s Church. Mass on Sundays itad holy days at 6:30 a. m. MOUNTAIN HOIIE---Mass on 2nd Sunday at 11 o'clocR NEWPORT.  St. Cecella's Church. Mass on 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:00 o'clock; let, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 10:80 o'clock ; weekdays at 8:0O o'clock ; First Fridays a 7:30; holy days at 6:0 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. X P'.....y.+ And the Lord said to Abraham; Go forth out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and out of thy father's house, and come into the land which I shall show thee. And I will make of thee a great nation, ten in Haran: and they went out to go into the land of Chanaam And when they were come into it. Abram passed through the country into the place of Sichem, as far as the noble vale; now south. And there came a famine in the co+vltry; and Abram went down into Egygt, to sojourn there; for the famine was very grievous in the land. And when hewas near to enter into Egypt, he said to Sara his wife: I know that thou art abeautiful woman: And that when the EgyptiaA shall see thee, they will say: She is his wife: and they will kill me, and keep thee. Sy, therefore, I pray man was taken Into the house of Pharao, And they used Abram well for her sake. And he had sheep and oxen, and he asses and menservants and maid-servants, and she asses and camels. But the Lord Scourged Pharao mad his house with most grievous stripes for Sara Abram's wife. And Pharao called Abraham, and said to him: What is this that thou has done to me? Why didst thou not tell me tlutt and I will bless thee, ad magnify thy , the Chanaardte was at that time in the name, and thou shalt be blessed. I will land. And the Lord appeared to Abram, bless them that bless thee, and curse and said to him. To they seed will I give them that curse thee, and in thee shall this land. And he built there an altar to all the kindred of the earth be blessed: the Lord, who had appeared to him. And So Abram went out as the Lord had corn- passing on from thence to a mountaim thee, that thou art my sister: that I she was thy wife? or what cause didst manded him, emd Lot went with him: that was on the east side of Bethel, he may be well used for thee, and that my thou say, she was thy sister, that I might Abram was 75 years old when he went there pitched his tent, having Bethel o9 soul may live for thy sake. And when take her to mY wife? Now, therefore, forth from Haran. And he took Sara the west, and Hal on the east; he built Abram was come into Egypt, the Egyp- there is thy wife, take her and go thy his wife, and Lot his brother's son, and there also an altar to the Lord, and called tians saw the woman that she was very way. And Pharao gave his men orders all the substance which they had gath- upon his name. And Abram went f, beautiful. And the princes told Phara0, e0ncerning Abram: and they led him ered, and the souls which they had got- ward, going, and proceeding on to:e and. praised her before him: and the we- away, and his wife, and all that he had. A . . _ _ __ , _ --.. I St. Anne's I Record Number (gppos00hon 1o 5rate Control Stressed/n[AltarSociety Honor Students i E 00l'sh C thol'c Re ct To Beve "d.c/e} Elects Officers l At Subiaco /3 I a I 0 IO/3 rl No. Little Rock.--The Altar Soc-Subiaco.--Martin Buergler, Fort v ,  iety of St. Anne's Shrine met Sun-Smith, leads the roll of honor for %f,.a.,. ^ IT.lt^... D----J-D ..... 1  .... .'.,,,.--]r.,.,.;,.A day for the purpose of electing the third period at Subiaco Aea- YAI;O Ug JIM[/LUIOI)r.lJK &.qVill,l t,,,il|Uill J, JrlT.U officers for the ensuing year. At demy. The list of 57 honor stu- 1 t *  r t / * ,. I the meeting a financial report dents, largest in modem times at ror Doclal lxerorms un nrlsuan hmes was given covering the activities the Benedictine boarding school, . " " for the last year, and it was de- was released, recently by the Rev. There is presented herewith a world after the war zs a world in m many countries has shown that ........... ;.o. +,. ho,,,, h, a,e o.' the f, .... + ,,;a'. AM , etiretnr review of Catholic reaction in which the nations set themselves while State control on a vast scale .....  '"+;'+"' St Val  ',,= Ce Great Britian to the so-elled to cooperate for production, in can achieve certain results eve ,..,,=.-"+;"- ,--'" ..... +, T,,h,j --,98 th_ feast ...... t. lidomo, ............. wntm PJn, 'thl_. a..n Beveridge Report, which has peace, rather than to plottmg for a limzted period it cannot provzde ^  A.. f+ . r ea h -.,.,, , o n 'u,, 1 , o" , . .r ...... c _  eroers av r- aroused wide interest in the Unit- futual destruction by war, open or security for the future, Sir Wi - Inted rl .... h i " ts month of the year we e appo age is 97.33. ed States and in other count eL concealed, ham Bevendge imself nsis -- *^ "^.--- ^eers will ........... u.u .,= .u-uw.-s -.., umers rank on me scroll 112 te The report deals witth various This, the Tablet editor points strongly on this when he points out -r .... President Mrs George . - aspects of the problem of social out, is not a matter for victorious that social insurance must rest Ber" Vice Presilent Irs Jo followmg oraer: Joe security, allies, upon a basis of solvent insurance ;:'o  .... + ......  r:surr Jero: e Lindem 1, Curtis 9r By rge Barnard. "The line of least resistance, funds, and . still more that th Mrs. John Kierre. Matt ew Post,  ?llliam London. WS--While there is no the Tablet editor says. "will be for present deehne in popul,'tion,, must ........... , , Edm md Friua.o, William ......... oli- o-inion for or " .... somehow be arrested the Unl Tne t. Anne s men s (tuo also .... d .... SOllO. &Jail1 C p , . the Keen su porters ox me ever- , " . morl on, w. u. -r tuna, " r osms m P met and t was decided o retain  against the Beverldge p op id,e Resort to say that they de- verse states. ,. ...... ;,, ,,,,. + .... , art, eonard W: .se, Ed their entirety, a survey or editorial mand that level of material well- But the paper sees in the Bever- . .  .............. man John Fox, Stephen views expressed in Cat,helle news- being' or something, very like it, idge plan a substantial me sure . -- - Cletl s Wolf, JoB .ph Pala papers here shows that there ex- for all other countries alo, as part of protection against the results - - -- . ---- :- bert Lensing, William ists, among Catholics, a genuine +l  ++o,.+ ,,t of unemployment and insecurity OO tudencs  Ms, w,mnn "h, W desire for social reform on Chris- " To remove the causes of basic in- $7,398 In War Bonds Wil m Geels, .4 .hur H tian lines, and that there would security rather than to alleviate Chicago: The two hundred old Schnitzius, James Joe` Abraham, Jerome Lindeman, Curtis Breeders, Matthew Post, William Neumeier, The St. Anne's Men's club also Edmund Friga, William Sieben- met and it was decided to retain morgen, W. J. Toland, Anton Eck- the same officers for the coming art, Leonard Wiese, Ed Sehluter- man, 5ohn Fox, Stephen Blevins, Cletus Wolf, Joseph Paladino, Gil- Naegel, Mark Weedman, John Wiederkehr, just as there are the Strongest rea- William Geels, Arthur Harris, Don- Murphy, be criticism of any unnecessary sons for making all changes grad- its results is the real problem, ually at home, so must men accept pupils of the grammar and high Harold Turrill, Otto Schroeder, extension of State control over the need for a toleration of in- which the report scarcely touch- school departments of Resurrection John Nolte, Joseph Siebenmorgen, the lives of individuals, equality, between nations It does es. But in so far as it awakens High School here sold $7,398.50 Herman Schlaf, Frank Dumboski; The Catholic Herald criticizes not, of course, rest with us to de- the public conscience to the need worth of war saving stamps and Albert Lux, Louis Caillouet, James the Beveridge Report on two cide what the attitude of the poor- for security aud for a better dis- Bonds in the semester just closed Whittaker, Edward Slama, Ken- grounds of principle: first, that er nations will be, but unless we tribution of wealth and' for a pool- The school's commercial de- seth Turner, Joseph Bunn, Gilbert it extends the influence of the can convince them that our pros- ing of losses and hardships, it Schneider, Robert Byrne, Eugene State "and fails to implement perity will bring theirs, the chance strengthens the attack upon an un- partment is remus half a dozen Weisenfels, Francis Mannas, Carl Ppal learnings towards corpora- of fulfilling the first of St. Wil- just system while proposing tern- typewriters which the government Lueken, Martin Lynn, John Hum, tism and vocational groups," and liam Beveridge's fundamental con- porary remedies to meet its evil bought for essential= war use. Arthur Bornhoft, Carol Springle, secondly that it may diminish in- ditions must remain extremely effects." Paul Pfeiffer,/ Julius Burnside, dividual responsibility faint" =-- Catholic College Offers -- James McManus, Norbert Gorrell, But the paper does not think Rex Rathbone, Ralph Oliver, Don these should be regarded as "fun- The Tablet adds that it would Casslnese Congregation Issues Buildings For War Use damental objections to proposals be particularly bad for their own New 'Rituale Monastlcum' Chicago. (E)An offer has been Shirley, Ted Rathbone, Blakeley which contain so much of which future outlook if Catholics should Atchision, Kan. (E)Tlle Ameri- made to the Government to make Phillips, Ralph Sacra, Robert Ver- we must approve" "In itself the !imagine that the one great high- can Cassinese Congregation of use of the uptown campus of De- fuerth. of way towards the realization of a Benedictines has published a Paul University, covering two city A seminary college roll lists ';LLtp.DO--Holy Redeemer Church St. Mary's Church. Sunday Masses )0 lndz uasses at 7:80 and 10:00 o'clocx; at 8:00 and 10:00 o'ch, ck; evening plan is consonant with any kind |oly devotions at 7:30 p. m.; weekday economic order, and we suspect rPldto f.ays tthe7:00monthand at9:007:00'cloCk;o'clock.First Masses at 8:00 o'clock except on that it would have been greeted  Wednesday and Friday, when Mass (LBERG.--St. John's Church. Sun- is celebrated at 8:30 o'clock, with a Catholic cheer had it ass at 10:00 'clock. . NORTH LITTLE ROCK--St. Patrlck's emanated from Spain or Portugal." '.I2REKA SPRINGS---St. Elizabeth's Church. Sunday Messes at 7:00, 9:00 Some Readers Disagree "i: = on 1st Sunday at 11 o'ctock" no PARAGOULD. -- St Mary's Church. The Ctholic Herald ends its $';: cn 2nd Sunda; 8rd and .h n- .rid l:OO o o,oek 1.11_8:80: 5th Sunday at 11 o'clock; Masses on 1st. 3rd and Sth Sundays of note welcoming the Report thus: --,--.ss at 8 o'clock, h'e 0 O0 " ' ..- -o ............. hAeYhETTEvILLE.  St. Joeep . the month at 8:00 and 100 o'clock" -Vtr roo that we must l] be on u0.00. . Sunday Masses at 8:00 anu 2nd Sonday at 1 : ocloek; 4th Sunday the watch aainst that totalitarian S+lst  clock; week days at 7:00 o'clock; at 8:00 o'clock; weekdays at 8:30 o'clock. PARIS.St. Joseph's Church. Masses spirit which seeks to impose its 3'0t ,a.ridays at 7:0(} o'clook; holy days on Sunday at 8:00 aud 10:00 o'clock narrow ideas abroad and promises | FE.and 7:00 o'clock, weekdays at 8.80 o'clock -'" -" +h .... e"e ^f " "- th e.+'MAN--Masses on 1st, 3rd and :: -- ' .... '. ., ^. . luxury   c ^ ,,o u ,,u- M  "" s and hol da s a" 9 n,e,a, ,1,,e1%.e . ,,,,,,. xU 0tlsdays at 8:80; 2rid and 4th Sun- FErIT JEAN--St. lizaoetns nurcn,  .+ 1 11 +; c +   " ass on unuay Y Y  base c 10:30. rch o'clock. , such plans are d upon the de- I(}RREsT CITY--t Francis Chu . Cthn.lst, 3rd and 5th Sundays of the PIGGOTT.--Mass on 2nd Tuesday oli lusion that we shall emerge from $,.,8:0.at, 10:30; on 2nd and 4th Sundays the month at 8:00 o'clock, the war conquerors ill the old ik '?ock ; holy days at 7:00 o'clock ; PINE BLUFF.$L Joseph's Church. sense, whereas this Beveridge . s at 8:30 o'clock. Sunda" Masses at 7:30 aud 10:00 o'eIock, alan i ef it nnts,r nn irmr. 'WI I FORT SMITH PLUM BAYOU--St Mary's Church. " ..... Y ............ - ........ M,, nn lnt nnd" ld' R, ndnv tf t e ance agamst the effects of mal- C,1 d maculate Conception Church. Sun .................................. h_ -- ..... ,, 0I[, 1 .ay Masses at 6:00 7:80, 9:00 and month at 9:00 o'clock, aa]usmen ann poverty. )  ?,00 o'clock; week day Masses at POCAHONTA&--t. Paul's Church. Not all the Catholic Herald's |, 6,* and 8:00 o'clock; holy days at Low Masses on Sunday at 6:00 and 8:00 ..arr  areea wit i o*mot  Itj 2 u0, 7:00, 8:00 aud 9:00 o'clock; o'clock, Hfgh Mass at 10:00 o'clock; . .. o  ,.. ,,,,, o..  , )  a.fesslons on Saturday afternoon holy days of obligation, Masses at 5:45 anQ a week later ne ealor re- i$[ 'u evening. .. and :00 o"elock, turned to the subject and regret- , " Uoniface Church. -- Low Masses PRAIRIE VIEWSunday Mass at 8:30 +r] "h cnmldorml nrmin :SU eleruatlng  .... >','1 o,Sday at 6:00, '/:45, and 11:00 or 10 .............................  ........ ;l&Tiiww....[qt &.thn.v'. M,* n. of erltlclsm which has emanated I'|  Joel<, High Mass at 9:30 o'clock; .................................. i :) :ediction at 7:30 p. m.; weeK- Sundays nnd holy days at 0:00 o'clock, from Cathol es. While (he said) 1  cc_.raasses at 6:00 and 8:00 o'clock; RECTOR.--t. Henry's Chr.h. Ms no Catholic can have the smallest '| dzessions Saturdays and for holy on znd unlay of the lvloutn at U:uu j.= .,1+,, in "-ickin- t,^o ;_ , [tu| b s from 4 to 6 and again at 7:16 o'clock: 4th Sunday at 10:00 o'clock, ulxCuxj, . ,  ,uo . a ? ,: ra, ROGERSMass on 1st and Sth Sun- plan expressty worked out so that iJ it may be adopted with compara- :2 st, The King. -- Sunday Mas- days at 8:8Q; 3rd Sunday at 11 o'clock. at 7:00, 9:00 and 11:30 o'clock; RUSSELLVILLE.Mass on 2nd and tive ease by the modern secular- aS on First Fridays of the month 4th Sundays of the month at 10:00 ist State, this criticism cannot but ,.,,u holy days at 7:00 o'clock, o'clock. C, 'ITT..St. Anne's Church. Mass SCRANTONSunday Mass at 8:30 or remind one of the heavy opposi- 10:80, alternating. ) o.' znd and th Sundays at 10:80 ST. VINCENT.St. Mary's Church tion brought to bear in the past t Masses on Sunday and holy days at on Old Age Pensions, unemploy- a Y.Blessed Sacrament Church. ) ::- o', 4th Sunday cf the month at ' ,nd 9:30 o'clock, ment relief and so on." SEARCY.St. James Church Mass The editor says the Catholic is yi :t dcoc:, l onsus Church on the 1st and 8rd Sundays at 8:45 ; nLda; oPP the month at a.m. I right to press for a Christian- I clock SHOAL CREEK -- St. Scholast c's grounded State, that is one con- [z ! IR'Mass on the 4th Sundays at Church. Sunday Masses at 7:00 and sonant with the Papal directions i ,0+0, )+ Benediction; weekday Mass at 8:80 about society. But at the same o'clock, tme they must realize the unlike- t SLOVAC.$S. Cyril and Methodlus lihood of any such development in i ] 0:00 o'clock. ' Ll, l te TdORD.'+'St. Leo's Church. Mass Church. Sunday Masses at 8:00 and this country "where political and [tl, , kilT,, and 4th Sundays at 9:30 a.m. STAMPS.--St. Mark's Church. Mass social evolution has taken quite d: l!tl aysWlAN.Masses on 1st and 3rd on the 1st. 8rd and 5th Sundays at 9:$0 a different turn." t ; daat 8:00 o'clock: 2nd, 4th, and et'ci7:4ando'eloek.n the 2nd and 4th Sundays "Under these conditions,': the e i L..#p nt 10:00 o'clock, lll STUTTGART.HIy Rosary Church. editor says, "one has to judge oz t -NA"--St'"es at 7:80Mary'Santt 10:00Church'o'clock.Sun" Masses on 1st, 8rd and 4th Sundays of a reform, not so much in the light tOT SPRINGS the month at 8:00 aud 10:00 o'clock; 2rid of the ideal, but in the light of and 5th Sundays at 8:00 'clock; holy Church. Sunday Masses days at 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock, immediately practical alternatives. 8:00 and 10:80. SUBIACO. -- St. Beuedlct's Abbey. In the light of these practical al- Church. Sunday Masses Church, Sunday Masses at 4:30, $:80, ternatives in this particular court- and 10:80 o'clock; Holy Days 6:$0, 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock; weekday Igatlon at 7:30 and 9:00 Masses at 4:$0, 6:80, 6:15 aud '/:00 try there is a very great deal in- weekday Masses at q:90 o'clock, deed to be said for the Beveridge the 1st and 3rd Sun- SULPHUR SPRINGS.--Mass on 2nd Plan with its opposition to doles, Sunday of the month at 9:00 o'clock. aud on the 2ud, TEXARKANA.--St. Edward's Church. its insistence on the economic days at 8:80 o'clock. Masses on Sunday at 3:00/and 10:00 priority of the family and the Bend.--Mass on o'clock: holy days at 6:$0 and 8:00 children and its strict adherence aye at 11:00 o'clock, o'e]oek. Philips Church WARREN- St. Luke's Church. Mass to its terms of reference. While at 9:00 o'clock, every Sundey except the last Sunday of criticism of details is useful and Mary's Church. the month at 9:80 o'clock, necessfiry, Catholics must not at 9:00 a.m. WEINER,--$t, Anthony Church. Mass imagine that opposition to the ndae Sacraman on 1st and 8rd Sundays of the month at nee on 8uuday at S:00 aud 6:30 and 8:00 o'clock: 2nd, 4th and 5th Plan will bring the Christian State at 8:00 o'clock on week. at 6:00 and 8:30 o'clock. Sundeys at 8:00 o'clock, nearer; it may rather put its real- ass on the let aud Srd WES T MEMPHIS, -- St. Mlchasl's ization still further back." o'clock aud on the 2nd Church. Mass on Sundeys and holy All Countries Affected o'clock, days at 9:00 o'clock. The Tablet gives a somewhat lady of ths VYNNE,---$t. Peter'l Church. Mass unday Mamees at 8:00 onllst, 8rdand th Ruuday of the month chilly greeting to the proposals. at 11:00 o'e|ck: 2nd and 4th Sundays It wonders whether Sir William ROCK at 8:80 ; holy days at 8:30 : weekday Mass Beveridge's first crucial condition Mass- at 8:00 o'clock: Holy Hour First Fri- at 6:00, :00, 9:00 and day of the montk, 7:80 o'clock. just and humane society is to de- new Rituals Monastlcum for the blocks and comprising five build- Charles Walters, Branch, Herman nude men of responsibility and use of all houses of the congrega- ings. The offer was made by the Buergler, Fort Smith, and Joseph freedom of choice because wher- tion President, the Very Rev. Michael Schreiber, Windthorst, Tex. ever there is liberty there are The Rituale is the result of joint 5. O'Connell, C.M., who said if = = = abuses (he had been discussing work of the Fathers of the ear- the offer is accepted no classes criticism of the failure of the ious abbeys. It was begun by the will be curtailed. Activities will Ghost Fathers''mission seminary present system); or if society were Rev. Andrew Green of St. Bene- center in the loop skyscraper build- Norwalk, Conn. narrowed into being a State and dict Abbey.and comp!eted by the ing. At present the university has Since that time he had been nothing but a State, or a number . l-tev..unDert oeo, Ano an enrollment of 5,800 in all de- teaching at the order's missionary of States ssumpuon Abbey, icnara, .., partments, day and evening, college, Cornwell Heights, Pa. He Contrast With Pc e' .... and the Revs. Roger Schoenbechler  = = has taken up his duties as a mem- Priest Reaches Trhidad "el " +'' The Catholic Tims e SdeWawSith and Jude Thaddeus Knoll, of St. her of the faculty at St. Mary's the Re,ol "* in a consi A++^ " John s Collegeville, Minn. t'ost tter Long uetay ..... . . , _ . ?, .... v..., The purpose of the new Rltuale, . . ,, me nosy 'amer s nrlstmas nroau- :,. as +at ^z =- "- :-'-^'+"ce more Port of Spare, Trzmdad. (El--The ; ,lx rr ca.c. zne eanor sala:  zs ,,-;formit,. a .... + ,'ustolns and Rev. Emmanuel Pinard, C.S. Sp., | I1J-kLNUVJII. i " th .......  ...... s ..... h!ghly unlikely at_.the majority I ceremonies of the various houses has arrived here by plane after a m SPECIAL! ot 1nose wno regara tle ever/age Iof the con-re,ation and to cor- delay of ten months in the United | *'1 Plain 1 Cash & Plan as a certain guarantee of em- m States 'awaiting passage, res- -llil "- - -]o n" of -bsi " . . ]rect and brag up to date the older  D o. q. ,,-. p yme  or z su stance In place ledition Father Pinard, a native of Ex e" Knit "" r --! --- of employment, ever stop to won- [ .......... Trinidad, was forced to abandon 1 p rt --n-'Wear  o,....., u uyemg der whether universal wage em-"l][?#tlr%o his theology course at the Univer- | _ Mens Cash ployment is socially desirable, WUI4.]Lfl. sity of Fribourg, Switzerland, in | +' 1 & whether it creates a stable and (Continued from page 4) 1939. Continuing his course in the | ,J Suits & Carry democratic society" The laper mrn thin c .. ,',^. .......  .... United States, he was ordained to | 00 W. Markham Ph. 2-990 contracts ne 'ope's aecmrauon mercy on me, my soul putteth its the priesthood in 1914 at the Holy   .===.,.,=, that the workers must not be con- trust in Thee Sae "- r Lord the demned to an economic depen- waters of the deep'overwhe my    aence or slavery wnien is irrecon- soul: make me as one of The hired cilable with his rights as a per- servants, O Lordbe merciful to B D son, with the canalization of say- me, a poor sinner one ry ings in State Insurance" which In this sense it'is that prayer modern economic plans envisage, tustifies. 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