Newspaper Archive of
Arkansas Catholic
Little Rock, Arkansas
March 19, 1938     Arkansas Catholic
PAGE 2     (2 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 2     (2 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 19, 1938
 

Newspaper Archive of Arkansas Catholic produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




tl..., D,,I,.,, D.:. ,.. TL,, ,new CARDINAL CREErS HiS NuNs St00ne-'s Honor ......... Candidates i iYtU00t Ikt00ldtt00 I- dill tO I llt00 Roll Announced 'Wcial00heS00:a00kH?:r' ai-h SchoolN C S s Ms Sheen F00n00T='2 " ross. av 00.en . _ .. i New York, March 14. (EL--Pain must be related with the Cross declared the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Ful- ton J. Sheen in the course of his address last night over the "Cath- olic Hour." The "Catholic Hour" is broad- cast over a network of the Na- tional Broadcasting Company through Station WEAF, here, and is produced by the National Coun- cil of Catholic Men. Speaking on the Second Word uttered by Our Lord on Golgotha, Monsignor Sheen declared that this Word "tells us what should be our attitude toward pain," and, he said, these two attitudes "are manifested in the two thieves on either side of Our Blessed Lord." "The thief on the right," he added "is the model for those for whom pain has a meaning." See No Meaning in Pain The thief on the left, he said, "began and ended his crucifixion with a curse," never correlating "his sufferings with the Man on the central cross." "The world today is full of those who, like the thief on .the left, see no meaning in pain," he went on. "Knowing nothing of Redemption they are unable to fit pain into a pattern; it becomes just an odd patch on the crazy quilt of life .... Never having thought of God as anything more than a name, they are unable to fit the stark realities of life into His Divine Plan ..... "The lesson is clear: Pain of it- self does not make us better; it is very apt to make us worse.. The thief at the left is no better for his crucifixion; it sears him burns him, and tarnishes his soul. Refusing to think of pain as re- lated to anything else, he ends by thinking only of himself and who would take him down from the cross. So it is with those who have lost their faith in God. To them Our Lord on a cross is only an event in the history of the Ro- man empire: He is not a message of hope or a proe of love . . Having no reason for living, suf- faring embitters them, poisons them, and finally, the great door of life's opportunity is closed in their faces, and like the thief, on the left they go out into the night unblessed. Occasion for Penance "Now look at the thief on the right---the symbol of those for whom pain has a meaning. At first he did not understand it, and therefore joined in the curses with the thief on the left. But just as sometimes a flash of lightning will illumine the path I we have missed, so too th Sav- iour's forgiveness of His execu-! tioners illumined for the thief the road of mercy. He began to see that if pain had no reason Jesus would not have embraced it. If the cross had no purpose Jesus would not have climbed it. Sure- ly He Who claimed to be God would never have taken that badge of shame unless it could be transformed and transmitted to some holy purpose. Pain was be- ginning to be reasonable for the thief; for the present at least it meant an occasion to do penance for his life Oi crime .... "Now he saw pain as doing to his soul something like that which fire does to gold: burning away the dross. Or something like that which fever does to disease: kill- ing the germs. Pain was dropping scales away from his eyes; and, turning toward the central cross, he no longer saw a crucified man, but a Heavenly King .... "Pain in itself is not unbear- able; it is the failure to under- stand its meaning that is unbear- able. If that thief did not see pur- pose in pain he would never have saved his soul. Can Be Made Redemption "It is not so much what people Jonesboro, Ark. Four Members Of Subiaco Sodality Go to Convention Subiaco, March 15.  (Special). Subiaco academy members of the international Blessed Virgin Sodality have elected four haem- bers of the local unit to attend the regional convention held at St. Louis, Me., March 19 and 20. Members who will attend are Os- car Stolle, Ferguson, "Me., Leon- ard Fox, Prairie View, Henry An- halt, Shoal Creek, and Mart Ash- our, Subiaco. They will leave for St. Louis late this week and be in attendance at the gathering on Saturday and Sunday. Each delegate from Subiaco will make out a report on returning from data taken down on the convention procedure. These re- ports will be submitted to the lo-! cal director, the Very Rev. Ig-I natius Bodmayr, O. S. B., who will designate the best report, or else a combination of features efi various reports, for presentation! to the home unit in the course of' a convocation this spring. The Roy. Alcuin Kubis, O. S. B., director of the Subiaco de- partment for candidates for the: priesthood, will accompany the  delegates. !suffer that makes the world mys- terious; it is rather how much l they miss when they suffer. They I seem to forget that even as chil- dren they made obstacles in their games in order to have something to overcome. Why, then, when they grow into man's estate, should there not be prizes won by ef- fort and struggle? . . . "Why then cannot pain be made redemption? Why under the al- chemy of Divine Love cannot crosses be furned into crucifixes? Why cannot chastisements be re- garded as penances? Why can- not we use a cross to become God- like? We cannot become like Him in His Power: we cannot become like Him in His Knowledge. There is only one way we can become like Him, and that is in the way He bore His sorrows and His Cros .... "You and I often ask God for many favors which are never granted. I can imagine the thief on the right during his life ask- ing God for many favors, and very especially for wealth. On the other hand, though God does not always grant our material favors, there is one prayer He always grants. There is a favor that you and I can ask of God this very moment, if we had the courage to do it, and that favor would be granted before the day is over. That prayer which God has never refused and will never refuse is t!e prayer for suffering. Ask Him to send you a cross and you will receive it! "But why does He not always answer our prayers for an in- crease in salary, for larger com- missions, for more money? Why did He not answer the prayer of the thief on the left to be taken down from the cross, and why did He answer the prayer of the thief on the right to forgive his sins? Because material favors draw us away from Him, but the cross always draws us to Him. And God does not want the world to have us! He wants us Himself be- cause He died for us!" St. Anne's World Represented At Jonesboro Meeting Fort Smith, March 16.Doris Hurley, Ann Farnand. Louis Webb Barry and Gene Borangasser, members on the staff of the St. Anne's World, will represent their school paper at the L. R. H. S. journalism day on Friday and Sat- urday of this week. They will be accompanied by two chap- erones. If Charity and Gentleness have not Truth for their comrade, they deserve not to be called Charity and Gentleness but Hypocrisy GREENHAW ABSTRACT COMPANY Established 1882 510 Main Telephone 307 3onesboro, Ark. and Vanity. FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS Haynes Produce Co. b QUALITY POULTRY AND EGGS [] SPECIAL PRICES AND ATTENTION GIVEN Iospltals -- Churches  Schools  Organizations SATISFACTION GUARANTEED I _ Phone 9166 , Fort Smith, Ark. 222 S. 4th St. ff :England's new Cardinal, the 72-year-old Archbishop of Westminster, t Hia Eminence Arthur Cardinal Hinsley, is shoWn taking tea with! 'nuns of his arohdiocese at a unique reception held at the Arch- I .bishop's House, attended by representatives of nearly every order, ": and congregation in the archd/oceso, r '(Wide_World photo.)f" T" Subiaco Parochial School Pupils To Present Program Subiaco, March 15.  (Special). --.Pupils of St. Benedict's paro- chial school here will present a program in Anthony hall on the night of St. Benedict's feast, March 21. Sister Mary Florence will be in charge. The academy band, directed by the Rev. Eugene Knoll and dressed in its snappy new uni- forms, will furnish music. Anthony hall at this season is also in use by almost all the acad- emy English cl,sses, members of which are either preparing or pre- senting spring recitals. Pupils of the Rev. Celestin Bache, O. S. B., famed rhetorician of Atchison, Kansas, who formerly taught at St. Benedict's College in Kansas, were booked for local appearances this week. Academy Sodality Sends Delegates To Convention Fort Smith, March 16.--At the regional convention for Student Sodalities to be held in St. Louis, March 19-20, St. Anne's Academy sodality will be represented by, its president, Mary Louis Jordan and two delegates, Mary Nell Kelly and Mary Agnes Taylor; two Sis- ters from the Academy will also attend the meeting. Farmers Given Land In Nationalist Spain Salamanca, Spain, March 7. (E). Seventeen thousand acres ,of land in Rosal de la Frontera, Pro- vidence of' Huelva, have been turned over to poor farmers, it was announced today at National- ist headquarters here. ' RACIAL ANTI - SEMITISM. "The incompatibility in principle of racial anti-Semitism with the teaching of the Ctmrch is readily seen and recognized. Racial anti- Semitism denies the Christian con- ception of man. In its view, man is not primarily a being in need of salvation through Jesus Christ, but, first of all, a member of a race expressed in terms of blood- composition and its cognate spir- it."The Church and the Jews, FT. SMITH, ARK. i JOHNSON.HALE S I1 LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO. We Solicit Your BUSINESS Bonded for Your Protection West Ft. Smith Stockyards Day Phone 4091  Nisht 7993 ; Ed Johnso .Luther Sharp Jimmle Hales I i i Feder & Body Repairing Auto Glass  Trimming Welding Special for the Month Speoial Price on AUTO PAINTING Wrecker Service 523 North 9th St, Ph. 3884 New Set of Books For St. Benedict's School Library Subiaco, March 15.  The St. Benedict's School club, Subiaco, has purchased a new set of books for the school library. This is the second set of valuable and in- ' teresting books that has been plac- ed in the library in the last ew years. The school motto, "Always On- :ward," is being carried out in con- nection with the library, which is growing rapidly. !Entertainment f---Benefit Of School Library to Be Given There will be. a social entertain- ment given at the Anthony Hall on the feast of St. Benedict for the benefit of the St. Benedict's school library. Games will be played i with prizes going to each winner. I 'A door prize will also be offered. I The feature number of the eve- I ning will be a short play entitled, 'How the Prince's Pride Was Broken." Other numbers will be rendered by the Subiaco College band and members of the upper grades of St. BenediCt's school. Friends of the school are cordi- SUTTON CHEVROLET 00CO. Sales Service 12b _-- N. 7thart00ort Smith i ally.invited to attend. , / Bishop I)efght 'Of Worker to Organize Cincinnati, March 14. (t0.La- bor's right to organize was de- fended by the Most Rev. George J. Rehring, Auxiliary Bishop of Cincinnati, in a sermon delivered at the workingmen's special Mass in St. Mary's Church here. "Any organization has the right to exist so long as its objectives and the means used to attain those objectives are just and legitimate," he declared. Accustom yourself to master :things which you seem to despair of, for, if you observe, the left hand, though, for want of practice, : it is insignificant in other bust-i ness, yet it holds the bridle bet- ter than the right because it hast been used to it.  Marcus Aurel- ius. Fort Smith, March 16.--St. An- ne's Academy honor roll, for tests taken finishing the first six weeks of the second semester, has the girls in the lead, as follows-- Seniors: Milts Ruth Eddy, Ann Farnand, Doris Hurley, Mary Lou- ise Jorden, Mary Nell Kelly, Cath- erine Mindcn, Paul Lavoi, Robert Ruttle. Juniors: Patricia Farnand, Cle- tus Kukar, Pauline Mullcn, Doro- thy Peters, Kathleeh White. Sophomores: Frances C. Arks- bauer, Ethel Marie Barry, Ernest Clinton, Mary Pat Euper, Antoi- nette Lavoi, Beth Marie Up- church. Freshmen: Vincent Borengasser, Jimmie Clawson, Irene Hammer, Alice C. Hough, James Keating, Billy Kincannon and Martha Mas- semlno. Tony Alfino Dies Sunday Following Short Illness Fort Smith, March 16.--Tony Alfino, aged 31 years, died at the St. Edward's Mercy Hospital on Sunday, following an illness of one week. He was the son of Mrs. Joe A1- fine, who survives him. Other immediate survivors are his four sisters, Mrs. Joe Roppolo, Mrs. Dick Purdom, Mrs. Henry Robers, and Miss Lena Alfino all of Fort Smith. Funeral services were held at the Immaculate Conception church Tuesday morning, the Rev. Louis Janesco officiating. Interment was in the Catholic cemetery. Philippine Hierarchy Sends Pope Greetings Manila, March 4. ().--Follow- ing the annual conference of the Bishops of the Philippines at the Archbishop's Palace, the Catholic prelates of the Commonwealth sent the following cablegram to the Pope through His Eminence Eugenio Cardinal Pcelli, Papal Secretary of State: "The Bishops of the Phil{pines, united in their annual conference and commemorating the Thirty- third International Eucharistic Congress, give testimony of their filial obedience to the Holy Fa- ther on the anniversary of his coronation, and humbly ask his Apostolic blessing." In response to this message, Cardinal Pacelli /cabled: "The Holy Father in return sends his sincere congratulations and happily bestows his blessing." FT. SMITH, ARK. Dawson & Dawson Wholesale Distributors of STAG BEER Extra Dry Lager Fort Smith Arkansas JOS. V. FERRARI CO. FT. SMITH, ARK. INSURANCE and BONDS "We Give Service" GO TO Phone 8181 Fort Smith, Ark. Kohn's Grocery en on radio station KARK on Sunday, March 20, from 2:05 to 2:30 p. m. with the RevY Claiborne Lafferty, professor of History at the Catholic High school, as the speaker. Father Lafferty will speak on "The Sacrament of Con- firmation." Next Sunday at this same period another Cathedral Hour program will be broadcast with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. James P Moran, rector of the Cathedral, as the speaker Pocahontas Unit Of N.C.C.W. Has Regular Meeting Pocahontas. -- The Pocahontas Unit of N. C. C. W. held its regu- lar monthly meeting in St. Paul's hall Monday night, with a large number of members present. Minutes of foregoing meetings were read and approved. The Constitution and By-Laws, as pre- sented by Mrs. K. E. Skinner chairman of Constitution Com- mittee, were formally adopted. Miss Florence Wyllie was appoint- ed as Historian for the local unit and was instructed to prepare a scrap-book of pertinent news. " Catechetical instruction and study club organization was dis- cussed informally and it is ex- pected that an outline for such groups will be prescated at the next meeting. Upon adjournment of the busi- ness session the hostesses, Mes- dames Leo Kelley, P. A. Wurtz, Vitus Barre and Miss Elizabeth Jansen, served delicious home made cake with whipped cream and steaming hot coffee. Make all you can, save all you can, give all you can. FT. SMITH, ARK. GATEWAY BAKING CO. Fort Smith Arkansas DEAF, An entlraly new world of natural bearing without strain ,rid effort /s now available to dea/ened care with the Coronation coustlcon. Lighter and smaller than any Acoustieon ever built bringing bearing of remarkable clarity at almost any distance---Custom fitted on the scientific urogsuge.--- Lifetime Guarantee--FREE DEMON- STRATION at our Avoustioon Offices or in you own horns--Time paymantm available. ACOUSTICON INSTITUTE OF FORT SMITH, ARK. MAX W. FRIEND. Mgr. 317 Garrison Dial 7054 "A GOOD BEAUTY OPERATOR IS ALWAYS IN DEMAND STONER'S BEAUTY ACADEMY The Pioneer Beauty School in the Southwest FOR  I TRAIN FOR A Home Made SUCCESSFUL CAREER BIAD AND ROLLS , WRITE FOR PARTICULARS 1122 N. 11 St. Ph. 8l DALY $ : ; i Phone 00,oss 919/a Garrison Fort Smith Ft. Smith, Ark. Monumental Works i You Can Always Do Better AUTO PARTS CO. 310 Town Av. Ph. 8511111 FURNITURE CO. AUTo-00E CO. Modern, Stylish Furniture USED TIRES---ALL SIZES Terms Arranged Vulcanizing and Retreadlug To Meet Your Budget The om estabnshment m Woatmm [I 919 Rogers Ave. Dial 8281 Fort Smith, Ark. Erfurth Specializec Motor Service All Kinds of Automobile Troubles Corrected We Have the Largest Stock , Arkansas designed, built and dedl- i eated exclusively for Funeral 8err. in Arkansas ,ee 306 Towson Ave. Ph. 4325 Pho,e 6178 ort Smith, Ark. The Complete Alemite Lubrica- tion and Alemlte Oils L. N. McAFEE OWNER MANAGER 116-118 N. 9th St. Ph. 5050 Fort Smith, Ark. Subiaco, March 15. --Candidates for the of Arkansas high school drilling hard in the local to place their names on of competing students. nual meet is about one ra Honors go to studentS first, second, and third. Results of third quarts aminations at Subiaco March will largely deteJ candidate's fitness, in the of the school, to enter t A "stiff" examination given each candidate be will be enrolled, nouncement by the director of studies. If date is found prepared to with a reasonable "placing," none will be ! Candidates v mou ct$, selves to date are: B >be: ; Winslow, Alfred Hoedeb homingo, Okla., Mike Center Ridge, Eugene Be Maurice Hoffman, Dard Charles Goodwln, Wicl Texas. .',:l 1 , Bishop Welch's : Mother Buried st. Paul, Minn., Mare Mrs. Thomas J. Welch, the Most Rev. Thomas Bishop of Duluth, was following services in church. Bishop Welch brant of the solemn Mass. Bishop Welch's last November. FT. SMITH, South 9th and Phone 7564 Fort They Will Not Advertise Unless YOU as readers Guardian show tical appreciation ronizing advertiser. / The reading every paper is in proportion to its Using income, vertisers spend lars where they results. *** Read the in The Guardian, your merchant to tise in your notify The rice of prospective risers. In Ft. Fred O'Baugh, ed representative. sos, : MOELLERS Electric Hatchery U. S. Approved BABY CHICKS RAYMOND SCHNITZER M.H. Mechanics Mill Work Lumber, Paint and Millwork : FT. SMITH. ARK, PHONE IT PAYS TO BUY MOLLERS I PETTER CHICKS I m Moilers Barred Rocks -- White i n .... 1  Rt,ksWhite Wyandottes---S. L. | [ [  fil I I |   $ AIA I $ WyandottesIL I. Reds -- Buff ii' , 00Orpht00gtons--Aaconi,s--S.C.[l| WIIYAI DWIIf00 GUARANTEED  II ,,. o B. o,, Phi. s,s, I I HERMAN J. TERBIETEN Fort Smith, Ark. L.D. 45 | | ACROSS FROM GOLDMAN HOTEL " .t