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PAGE FOUR THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 19, 1943 Correspondence Course, Conducted By Seminary Students For Catholics And Non-Catholics Alike, Has Record Achievement In Fourth Year '['he Fourth Anniversary of the Correspondence Course at St. ,[,hn's Seminary marks its greatest success, both in enrollment of stu- dents and in results achieved. This happy circumstances hs come about from a two-fold cause: First, the gracious assistance of His Ex- cellency, the Most Reverend Al- bert L. Fletcher. and the coopers- titan of the Diocesan clergy; the second, the generous cooperation of the students of Morris Hall. His Excellency, Bishop Fletcher, kindly presiding at the Corres- ondence Committee's earlier meetings offered his help in so- liciting students for the Course. '['his he did by personally writing to all the pastors in the Diocese el  Little Rock, asking them to an- ,ounce from the altar the bone- :tits of the Correspondence CoUrse, both to Catholics and non-Catho- 'tics. The zealous clergy gladly cooperated, to such an extent that our facilities here at the Seminary were, for a time, inadequate to handle the steady stream of ap- plicants. At one time it was LIDO Cafeteria 615 MAIN STRET Lltth Rook, Arkmm .'l. r ' _r ....  " , s , J thought necessary to transfer some of the correspondents to other centers. But the situation was taken care of by the seminarians, for, as our Moderator, the Right Reverend Monsignor Joseph A.. Gallagher, said, "The Correspon- dence Course is really a part of your training." This too, in view of the fact that the student body in Morris Hall is smaller than in Vice-Rector The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Gallagher, Vice ReCtor of St. John's Home Missions Seminary, told the seminarians, when the nuhaber of students enrolled in the correspondence course looked greater than they' could handle: "The correspondence course is really a part of y, our training." H01y Cross Cancels Graduation Worchester. (D -- Holy Cross College's ninety-fourth annual commencement exeractscs, original- ly scheduled for this month here under the war accelerated educa- tional program, will be eliminated, it has been announced" by the Rev. Joseph R. N. Maxwell, S.J., presi- dent .i Instead the degrees will be mailed to the 233 seniors eligible to receive them. The commence- ment would have marked the 100th anniversary of the college. Congratulations to Bishop Morris And The Ordination Class Gilmore Paint & Paper Co. 320 LOUISIANA STREET LITTLE ROCK, /RK. f Congratulations L. B. LEIGH 8, CO. 2 1 0 Louisiana Street LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS former years. Not smaller in the number of students, but in active members, for the services of the Fourth year Theologians were de- nied the Correspondence Course because of early ordinations. The enrollment thus fal  is one hundred and eighty students, which is nearly double that of lst year. Slightly over half are Catholics who feel the need of an intelligent laity either for their own edification, or to dispel their non-Catholic friends' errors con- ccrning the teachings of our holy Faith. The remaining corres- pondents (nearly half) are non- Catholics, who wish to learn some- thing of what the Catholic Church "has to offer," or, as in some cases, they are anxious "to enter the true Church," but need the necessary course of instructions. We asl those who read this arti- cle to kindly remember in their prayers St. John's Correspondence Courses. It is a noble work whose office it is to carry the message of the Gospel. Notre Dame, Receives $100,000 Gift Notre Dame, in rE)--Establish- nent of the O'Shaughnessy Fine Arts Foundation ir/ the College of Arts and Letters of the University of Notre Dame, has been an- pounced by the Very Rev. Hugh O'Donnell, C.S.C., university presi- dent. The foundation was made possible through a gift of $100,000 received shortly after Christmas from I. A. O'Shaughnessy,' of St. Paul. The O'Shaughnessy Foundation, Father O'Donnell said, becomes a part of Notre Dame's plan, carried out through the cooperation of friends and benefactors, to streng- then the College of Arts and Letters in the face of the growing wartime tendency toward purely. technical and vocational aspects of higher education. Nit. O'Shaugh- nessy a graduate of St. Thomas College has been active in the oil business for many years and currently is serving on the Pe- troleum Industry War Council, Cardinal Speaks At Jubilee Of French Paper Basle, Switzerland. (El-- Com- memorating the fiftieth anniver- sary of the founding of Chronlque Sociale de France, His Eminence Pierre Cardinal Gerlier, Arch- bishop of Lyons and president of the commemorative committee, presided at a special religious ceremony in the Church of St. Pierre, Lyons, France. The sermon on the occasion re- called the generous labors and ac- complishments of the paper dur- ing its half-century of history for Catholic social .and religious ac- tion and the diffusion of the Ca- tholic Press. The publication ws founded in 1892 by a group of young Catholics .of Lyons, who were moved by the respiring teachings of His Holiness Pope I,eo XIII. At first their action was limited to Southeastern France, but later the sphere of influence was widened. The character of the paper gradually changed and it became - - _ _. = - | Best Wishes Breier's Cafe 124 West Markham Phone 4-4200 Little Rock, Arkansas Congratulations Commonwealth Federal Savings Loan Association & Congratulations TOM NEWTON Your 210 Louisiana Street LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS CIRCUIT CLERK Pulaski County Arm#Men Ta00e Correspondence Course The dearth of Catholic Chap- lains is recognized by the Church and by the officers of our armed l'orcos. This "need has been sup- liied to a great extent by the Correspondence Course. Arch- bishop Spellman of New York showed his approval of the Course by a large donation to carry on the "Instruction by Mail" for the nen who are fighting for our country. There is no way of telling what "our boys" think of the Corres- pondence Course except by quot- ing their own words. We need add nothing further to the follow-. ing letters:" My dear Mr. Mc : None of the members of my family are Catholics and as a child [ attended the Methodist church. As soon as I could I gave it up and from that time until this have not attended ,any church. It has only been within the past year that I have ever given re- ligion any serious thought. This is due to having been fortunate enough to have shared the same hut with a young man who is a devout Catholic and working in the same office with another while stationed .at Camp Beauregard, La. These two men had made a study of Catholicism and knew of what !hey were talking. Many even- rags were spent in the discus- sion of religion. At'first I enter- ed into it along with others in our detachment, but after the second or third time I- realized that the meager knowledge I had on such matters amounted to nil, and from then on I listened. I became aware of an undevel- oped side of my life and since I have been at this camp I attended the Sunday Mass given by Father Lamb at this camp and he gave me the card I mailed to you re- questing this correspondence course. The course has proven very in- teresting to me and I find that it fits into the ideas I had believed 1. . Sometimes it will be a long time before my tests are mailed in to you. This will hot be due to laxity on my part, but the fact tthat my work takes up so much of my time. Also I am preparing to accept a commission as an of- ficer in the army and sometime 'in the near future will be moved from this camp to a school for t,Jning. I am planning on con- tinuing this study no matter where I may be. R.C.R. 22 Ordination* at Maryknoll For Latin-American Missions Mar,knoll, N.Y. (1) -- Four months ahead of schedule because class work was increased and va- cations curtailed, ordinations of 22 young men to the priesthood will be held at the Maryknoll Mission headquarters here on Sunday, Feb- ruary 7. They will answer the urgent call for priests in the other Americas, as all have been assign- ed to Latin-American posts. The ST. JOHN'S HOST TO APOSTOLIC DELEGATE A memorable picture in he history of St. John's Seminary was taken on the visit of the Delegate to St. John's in April, 190, on the occasion of the consecration of the Most bert L. Fletcher. D.D., Bishop of Samos. and Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock. the picture are the Right Reverend Monsignor James P. Gaffney, Rector of St. John's, Fletcher, the Apostolic Delegate, and our Most Reverend Bishop. d i I ty Ordination Date Outstan ng Facu Trains San Francisco. (IC)-- The at St. Patrick's Seminary, Th sth d kw,H be ordained Y ourj/g Men For e Prie oo Mary's Cathedral, San Saturday, March 20. His Excellency, the Most Rev- to provide the Seminary with a This date has been erend John B. Morris, Bishop of capable faculty, from the traditional Little Rock, has often referred to The present faculty is as tel- June, in order to fill the his Seminary as 'my prid'e and lows: number of vacancies left 'O ' my J y. That Our Bishop loves Rt. Rev. Msgr. James P. Gaffney, priests of the Archdiocese St. John's has always been evi- have joined the armed denced by his devotion to it and A.B., M.A., Ph.D. (lector);Rt. Roy. chaplains. his sacrifice in its behalf. No bet- Msgr. Joseph A. Gffllagher, A.B.. ter measure or proof of the Bish- M.A. (Vice-Rector, Professor of (Professor of Philosophy and op's solicitude and affection for Apologetics, Homiletics, Latin); ial Science.) the Seminary can be found; per- Very Rev. Msgr. Edward P. Garrity, haps, than in his unceasihg care A.B., M.A., Ph.D. (Registrar and p Professor of Liturgy and Latin); P ! h_re.a.,, r,es.,00 " Very Rev. Msgr. Thomas L. Keany, ' A.B., M.A., Ph.D. (Professor of Congratulations from Dies Victim Moral Theology and Philosophy); Rt. Rev. Msgr. Thomas F. Smith, A.B., M.A., Ph. D. (Professor of . Of Nazi Camp Eastern Rites Liturgy, Philosophy New York. (lVictim of phy- and Theology); Very Rev. Msgr. steal and mental ill treatment, the John B. Scheper, A.B., M.A., S.T.D. G dv Rt. Rev. Msgr. Jean Origer, 65- (Professor of Sacred Scripture, --ra year-old former Vicar-General of Hebrew, German); Roy. Joseph the Diocese of Luxembourg, has A. Murray, A.B., M.S., (Profes- died in a Nazis concentration sot of Mathematics and Science); General Contractors camp, the Office of the Luzem- Rcv. Rainer J. DeClerk, A.B., bourg Commissioner of InfSrma- M. A., S.T.B., Ph. D. (Spiritual tion, here, reported it had been Director); Rev. Claiborne W. Laf- advised, forty, A.B., LL.B., S.H.L., J.C.L. "l "1 The Commissioner's Office said (Professor of Theology, Canon Law); Rev. James J. Allen, A.B:, Monsignor Origer's death occur- Mus. B. (Professor of Latin and red on September 7, 1942, and ten ,days later in another concentra- Chant); Rev. William E. Galvin, Little Rock, Ark. tion camp at Dachau, the prelate's A.B., S.T.L. (Professor of Theology, closest collaborator, the Roy. J. Greek, Latin); Rev. James W. B. Esch, 39, died. Nugent, A.B., S.T.L. (Professor of ::= Theology History and English); Rev. Patrick M. Lynch, A.B. Ph. D. Notre Dame Graduates First Navy Class Notre Dame, Ind. ()-- Twelve hundred ensign received diplomas CONGRATULATIONS and commissions at the first Navy graduation in the century-old his- tory of the University of Notre Dame. Rear Admiral John new priests will have brief vaca- Downes, commandant of the Ben J Booth tions and will leaCe the country in Ninth Naval District, presented early March. diplomas and commissions and the official organ of a youth move- addressed the graduates. aent, concentrating on socihl I "The unusual and phenomenal O1" studies. The editoril offices of late expected,from Admiral Roofing and Sheet Metal the publication were thi'own open Downes told he graduates m urg- for the use as the' headquarters ling them to continue their studies. of study centers fostering discus-]In the absence of the Very Roy. sions of Catholic social problems. Hugh O'Donnell, C.S.C., univer- As the impprtance of the publics-/sity president, the Rev. John J. tion increased, the circle o its L Cavanaugh, C.S.C., vice-president, readers extended until it included[gave the invocation and the Roy. all of France and the French-L Charles T. Ball,e, of South Bend, speaking citizens of Switzerland. pronounced the Benediction. [:] Compliments PEOPLES' FURN00TURV CO. ' G.S. COMBS, Owner . ! . I $ 619-623 Center Phone 4-1547 I ' ' ( 1900 Lincoln Ave. Phone Little Rock, Arkansas Congratulations and Best Wishes to tBishop Morris and His Ordination Class i MOSES MELODY SHOP Congratulations and. Best Wishes to the ORDINAT'ION CLASS OF 1943 May your ministries in the work of the Church and your service to the welfare of thg Common! wealth be ever fruitful and successful. 303 Main ,, ,p HOME OF MAGNAVOX ', , , ' , BURTONFURNITURE CO. "MAKERS OF HAPPY HOMES" 613 Main Street Little Rock,, Arkansas m.m.Ghncompany MTTI.| ROCK ARKAN|Aa