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THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 19,1927 Page Eight / SAYS BENEDICTINE PROVE REBELLION ABBOT PIIIMATE |N MEXICO GROWS (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Washington, Feb. ll.--The Rt. Rev. Fidelis de Stotgingen, Abbot Primate of the Benedictine Order, who is completing an eight-month vis- it in this country, was a guest at St. Anselm's I-h'iory here this week. With him at the time were Abbot Aurelius Stehle of St. Vincent's, Latrobe, Pa., and Abbot Taylor of Belmont, N. C. When he left this city it remained for Abbot Fidelis only to visit in Latrobe, Newark and Manchester, N. H. Then he will return to Rome, where he resides. The abbot arrived in Washington Saturday evening. Sunday he visit- ed the Apostolic Delegate, and the Ambassador from Germany. Monday he inspected St. Gertrude's School, which was founded by the Rev. Dr. Thomas Verner Moore, O. S. B., of St. Anselm's to instruct children in arts and crafts. He also visited the Crypt of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on the cam- pus of Catholic University of Amer- ica. This Shrine, he said, is worth a trip to Washington to see. "The general impression I have gained of the United States," Abbot Fidelis said, "is springtime-=develop- ment. Those who come from Europe, come whence all is history. Here it is springtime with promise of a fine summer and a goo$] autumn. "And there is a great deal of dif- ference between the different parts of this country. I was astonished by the great development in the west. The South is a missionary country, witk the Catholics greatly in the min- ority. The North, West and central parts are more settled. "The Eucharistic Congress was a gorgeous manifestation of faith and piety. Especially so was the adora- tion which went on always in the Ca- thedral at Chicago. The church was Admissions of Uprisings Continue in Announcements---All Are Suppressed. (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Mexico City, Feb. 11.For a fortnight, now, the Calles government has been making itself very ridiculous by its constant statements that all revolutionary activities in Mexico have been quelled, while at the same time it invariably reports from one to ,all a dozen bloody clashes in which cores of lives are lost. No one knows now many actually are being killed, but it is taken for granted that the number is constantly understated by the government. The contradictory reports have reached a point where they would actually be ludicrous if it were not for the tragedy they recount. As an instance, within the last week the Secretary bf War issued a statement saying that "at the present time there does not exist anywhere in the Republic anything which could properly be considered a military problem," that "there no longer exist any important b'odies of rebels," and that the uprisings have "terminated" in five states and the local militia is now handling the situation. The very day before this statement was issued, official bulletins announc- ed the discovery of a "plot" in Puebla, the arres~ of eight and the summary court martial affd shooting of two prominent citizens. Five days after the statement that all was calm, Federal reports admit- ted the slaying of 31 in battles throughout the Republic. Thirteen Federal soldiers were among those killed in one engagement alone, and in one instance the revolutionary forces numbered more than 100.. The very day after the War De- t, ,, crowded always. I saw one man who termmated, an~ a pitched battle waited two or three hours in an el- with three killed a~d 1 wounded took fort to gain admission. It was a place in Jalisco, another of the "paci- splendid manifestation of faith." fled" states. Those who have found the United Four days after the "pacification" States lacking in religious devotions announcement, the government offi- d faith have received a wron " cially announced that 15 had been p=ssion, Abbot Fidelis said " Ighlame killed ifl fighting in two states, Quere- .... tr so" ,. taro and Guanajuato, and that a lar e been m znis coun y me eignr g revolutionary force was engagm t~e months. I have been in 100 narishes " " g ' attention of Fe oral troo s at least. I have been edified on every ~1 p . hand by the deep faith ann" great" as--- Less than a week after the an- votion." nouncement, the government ordered a certain diversion of troops in the pressed amaz_emen(attthe ~;;owthe~nIn conclusion Ahh~ ~ ,~ .~_ State of Jalisco, one of the "pacified" districts. The general in command hhiSb:~::;:y ~eth:i?td= tnotWohni~ replied that he could not spare the men because all his troops were kept among the male religious but also busy fighting insurgents ' ham::gm:h: g:e:~ h~hdwaBye::dlc:~:s Nevertheless, on the da~ following this incident the government issued grme:trlP::%~::si~n:eth: tfht~tla?gesTho~ a new statement announcing "defi- nite suppression of armed revolution /:id.Benedmtme congregatmns, he in the country. The same statement, strangely enough, recorded the fact The Abbot is a man of large stat- that Federal troops are operating ure, with kindly eyes and a soft, well- against revolutionary groups in see- modulated voice. He speaks English eral parts of the Republic. well. The purpose of his tour in this At just about this time El Sol, a country, which has taken him into Mexico City paper, printed a story virtually every Benedictine establish- saying that it had proof that scores of ment, was to acquaint himself with Federal soldiers have been killed in his religious brothers in this country, battles with revolutionaries of which He already had been in many parts the Mexican press knows nothing, and of the world, and although this is his that p~iests have been assassinated first visit to the United States, he without the papers obtaining informa- has been on this yontinent before, tion of-these outrages. partment's reassuring announcemcmt, nine men were killed in a battle in Durango, one of the states where it had been announced uprisings had February Is Catholic Press Month A subscription to The Guardian for yourg/elf, in the form of a renewal, or a new subscription for a friend would be a fitting observance of Catholic Press Month. 3071/ West Second Street, Little Rock, Ark. 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