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THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 31. 1923 L AND PERSONAL DRUGGIST ]REMEMBERED St. Phone 21300 on has returned , THE ORPHANS visit of a month with at St. Louis. be celebrated at the Lady Queen of Peace at 9 o'clock. ?---......_ the Sisters of Charity of Infirmary returned on [ attending a spiritual l St. Joseph's Orphanage Received a Bequest of One Hundred IN)liars From the Late Joseph Burjarki. Mr. Burjarski was always interest- ed in the welfiu'e of the little home- less ones of St. Joseph's, and th Benedictine Sisters frequently had re-' minders of his charitable disposition. I 00aint 00109n'00 0000minary SECURING FOR THE IIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY ECCLESI- ASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR THE PRIESTHOOD OF ARKANSAS. A Burse Is a Sum of Money invested and Drawing Enough Inter- est Always to Provide Board, Lodging, and Tining for One Seminarian. Xzaretl, Ky. -----. When death was approaching iris larY's Alumnae will hold a t thoughts were directed to his little l Saturday, April 7th, at[ friends on the hill and of his means lAnY FU Burse or Shars in An Incomplete Durme May Be Do- iture Store. Every- I he generously donated $100 for their [ noted in Memory of the Dee.sed. New Bur$s or Doatio'ns welfare. [ Toward An Incomplete Buffs Will Be Graful R6aived do what they can to The Sisters appreciate this chm ity[ and Recorded. a success, and would herewith acknowledge the t Clarence Fritz of same with the hearty an,l prayerful! ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BUPlg8 St., left Wednesday gratitude of the orphans of St. Jo- COMPLETE to spend the Easter seph's, fir, MARY'S PARISH BURSE, Hot Sprinp .......... $15,$N.00 their father, Mr. L.C. MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little lbalk ............ ll,000.$0 aunt, Mrs. L. Fritz. ST. 00WARV'S PARISH ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff. g,005.00 MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURS, Pine Dluff ........ 5,000.00 JOHN M. GRACIE BURSE, Little Rock__. I,000.@0 Himstedt, who is at- INCOMPLWPE College, Washington, Easter Sunday BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ....................................... $1,225.00 the Easter holidays Communion Mass will be celebrated ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE ................................... __ 905.00 of Miss Kathleen Fitz- at 7 o'clock. English services at 8:30. N.Y. High mass and German sermon at INCOMPLETE BURSES "--"- 10:30. A special musical program Bishol) Byrne B?trse Albert of the Boys' has been arranged for this occasion. The Burse to be known as the Bishop Byrne, a memorial hon- Springs, visit- At 7:30 p. m. Vespers will be chanted or to the first Bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock, already has a He reports ex- and Benediction with the Blessed Sac- credit deposit of $1220. This burse calls for no stated amount of for this new Dio- rament given. On this day the collec- tion for the diocesan seminary will be donation, and its present sum total is th, e result of large and small taken up. donations by those interested in perpetuating the name of Bishop Guild of St. Pat- Easter Monday Byrne in comTection with the priesthood .of'the diocese which he Will "entertain with a High mass will be celebrated at organized and unto which he gave of his prayers, of his work, and Thursday, April 5th, 8:00 a.m. of his life. rooms, 419 1-2 Main First Friday The Bishop Byrne Burse is a popular one, toward which even Rock, at 2:30 five lmndred and Played. A prize will be table for high score. Fund Card Party afternoon, April 5, at 2 Will be a card party held Mt. St. Mary's, Pu- The Alumnae Associa- invitation to all on that day and help building fund. It will hence ou the top of Catholic Club of the Cathe- was held Mo,.day Hall. officers for the corn- elected: Mr. Frank hearsal of the program which they Mr. Anthony .Ro- "will render soon after Easter. Miss Agnes First holy mass at 6 a. m., High Mass at 8 o'clock. In the evening at 7:30 Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Benediction with the Bless- ed Sacrament. Confessions will be heard Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock for school children; at 4 p. m. till 6 and from 7:30 till 9 p. m. for grown people. Also on Friday morning be- fore high mass. S. R. S. The next meeting of the St. Rose Society will be held April 8th instead of on Easter Sunday. All members are urged to be present on'that day. Musical Miss Nettle Dehmer, violinist, ac- companied by Miss Marie Narey, both pupils of St. Edward's School of Mu- sic, delightfully entertained a select crowd Sunday afternoon with a re- donations of one dime or more will be acceptable and receive due credit on the Seminary records. Bishop Byrne Burse credits to date: Previously acknowledged .... $500.00 Donation ................... 500.00 Donation ................... 200.00 Club Gift ................... 10.00 Rev. Friend ................ 5.00 J. J. M ..................... 2.00 M. E. D .................... 1.00 Martha B ................... 1.00 J. S., Jr ..................... 50 Edw. and John ................ 50 Total ..................... $1225.00 St. John's Alumni Burse l'reviously acknowledged .... $900.00 Rev. Frieml ................. 5.00 I Total ...................... $905.00 PAGE THREE IN MEMORIAM Wheu those beautiful Hynm, "Re- gina Coeli" and "Haec Dies" are uen- dered in the Chapcl at Mount St. Mary's on Easter morn, the familiar voice of one of its songsters, who ha;: taken part for the oast farty years, will be missed. As we recall the picture of the "old gent with scythe and burden be:it," again we are reminded of events for which we must prepar.% that transpire within our own tire}e; a.qq n9,,, ,n a reminiscent mood, .ur minds rever *o the exemplary life o? cut" be:oved Mother Patricia. Many of th inci- dents of her saintly life. in a volume now closed and sealed forever, are resurrected, and we wonde.r o, this, the feast of the "Resurrecfi)n," just what example she set that appeals most to the individual, and whv.'h, if exercised daily, remains for this saintly woman a living mounn,en. LATE ROMAN EVENTS (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Rome, March 26.--The faculty and students of the Papal Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas were receiv(t in au- dience on Sun&w by the pope, who took this occasion to announce his in- tention of celebrating, in a solemn manner, the seventh centenary of the canonization of St. Thomas. The an- niversary will occur in July, but the celebration will be postponed until November. in order that the students may be in Rome to attend it. The pope also announced that he will ded- icate his annual medal this year to St. Thomas representing the glory of the saint as the exaltation of true. science enlightened by faith. Renan Ceremony Deplored His Holiness deplored a ceremony, held on the preceding day by a stu- dents' society, in commemoration of Ernest Renan, and 15articipated in by several t)oliticians and a university professor. The pope took occasion to Tim Catholic Church in Arkansas t praise Msgr. Salvatore Talamo, the has lost one of its best known and] distinguished Thormist philosopher, ablest educators. In each of her pu- I who was present. Msgr. Talamo was pils of several generations, some par- secretary of the examining comnus- ticular accomplishment (the result of sion of the academy when the pres- her untiring efforts), is retie-.;e,I. Ient pope was graduated from that in- The three cardinal virtues ..}r par- I stitution, and is today secretary of amount in Mother Patricia's heart and soul were Faith in Ahn;ghty GJd, Hope for successful accomplishments with the chihh'en entrusted t,) her. and Charity towards a weakling. Now that her life work has been consum- mated--"Well done thy good and faithful servant, enter into Life Eter- nal; this is thy reward which i. well earned," must have been the saluta- tion which greeted her, ere he.  soul departed no close to the feast of "The Patron Saint ia Death," and that of her patron Saint,--Patrick! She really began suffering her death agonies on the feast of St. Joseph, and the pray- ers of her life brought thcr death- bed the help of her patron." "Patricia" or" Mt. St. Mary's will, on this Easter morn sing" the Holy Sea- son's Carols with a heavenly voice from on High, amid a chorus of an- gels. We, her pupils, must be con- tent to remember the earthly voice, still so familiar, and now long ta be remembered. The peculiar strictness employed by her as an instructor commanded at- tention, demanded respect, and result- ed in the admiration o:f all. The pre- cision with which she dealt with l:er pupils was an e.trestness of purpose, consciousness, and a realization of the responsit)iiity to God and man of the chihiren entrusted to her---a desire that each should be a success in life, a soldier of Christ, and a credit to the Sisterhood, of which she was a loyal member. Warm hearted, kind, considerato, the academy. Recalls Student Days Cardinals Bisleti, Legs and Billot were present, and Cardinal Bisleti, in a short speech, recalled he pope's student days at the St. Thomas Acad- emy, from which the pontiff was graduated with high honors, in 1879. In reply, the pope declared that his memoire of the time spent at the in- stitution are most pleasant. He ex- tolled the doctrines expounded by St. Thomas as a true revelation of divine 'enlightenment.  Propagation of the Faith The Internatiunal Council of the Society for the propagation of the Faith was formally presented to His Holiness by Cardinal Van Rossum, last Tuesday. The pope expressed his gratification at the success which has attended the development of the new organization, and gave assurances of the trust which he reposes in the co- operation of the societies in the vari- ous countries. He imparted his bless- ing on the work and announced a do- nation to it of 500,000 lire, sadng that this offering was made independ- ently of his donation to other papal I charities--such as starving  Russia and the sufferers in the Near East. After the audience, the pope distribut- ed silver medals to those present and was photographed with the group. Representatives of the society in Ita- ly, Spain, France, England, Germany, Cmmda, the United States and South America were present. Expiatory Services Miss Katie Durs:, Marie Benton, His- James Tuohey, Ser- .The next meeting will Hall April 9th, the new officers will All members are asked at that time, as plans a good time to ENV000 2. Special Cable) 26.The presence of envoy of the Holy See had the effect of ere- decidedly more although the N. C. is authoritatively will not intervene in s an intermediary be- elements. His l to gather exact in- he pope, who desires certain specific points. discharging his func-' ainimum of publicity, Cardinal Logue it was not revealed traveled, nor has he in the streets of Luzio was pleased to ;he N. C. W. C. News ission is regarded by American friends. Lines Drawn of Ireland has been of the drawing between the north MAYFLOWER-FOLKS INDIGNANT OVER NEW PHOTO-PLAY Descendants," a New England organi- zation composed of direct descendants of those who came over in the orig- inal Mayflower, backed by other pa- triotic organiaztions, have sent an ur- gent appeal to the President to use his influence toward stopping the pro- duction of Charles Ray's latest pho- toplay, "The Courtship of Miles Standish." Bitter opposition is expressed at the This tho'se is a foundation by the priests who have been or- yet firm, her very nature bespoke a dained from the Seminary and is open to the clergy and the people I genuine Christ.ia spirit. With the in general as a recognition of the present-dzT/ success of the facul-i child, she exercised these virtues of ty and the students of this important diocesan institution. INFORMATION AND DONAYIONS Request for further infornmtion regarding any or all matters pertaining Boston, March 27.--"The Mayllower to the foundation of Burses and the benefits shared by contributors and like- wise all donations should be sent to the Rector, Very Rev. W. H. Aretz, S. T. I)., St. John's Seminary, Twenty-fifth and State Streets, Little Rock, Ark. o I Ckurch Calendar NA T WKK story portrayed by the movie includ- ing the filth, pigs and cows brought Sunday, April I.--EASTER SUNI)AY--RESURIECTION OF OUR LORD, over on the Pilgrim Mayflowe Then Monday, April 2 " " EAS l ER MONDAY. again the wrath of the descendants is aroused by the alleged false asser- tions made by the press agent of the film. Humanity and Swine The bit of publicity that has cre- ated most of the storm is as follows: "The original Mayflower was packed nearly to its limits with humanity and swine. Also the Mayflower was so filthy that some of the pigs and cattle carried on .board died of dis- ease and sickness was rampant among the crew, who lived in the greatest squalor." "It is of record that some of the sick sailors were thrown into the pig- stys by their 'heartless fellows to die." John Alden a Buccaneer The publicity man then goes on to tell of studio investigators delving After April 1, inter- into ship registry records in London, the two areas will be "where it was also learned that in addition to the passengers, there was a crew of twenty-five composed of buccaneers and private adventurers. lohn Ahien was one of the latter, and not a member of the religious sect when he left London. "Most of the crew and extra pas- sengers were criminals recruited from the prison gates of England." approved routes con- officers. Inasmuch interests are and as farm pro- from tariff, .it is not atholics in either ter- injuriously af- Tuesday, April 3,St. Richard of Chichester, refused wealth and a brilliant marriage t ostudy for the proesthood at Oxford. He died in 1253 while preaching a Crusade against the Saracens. Wednesday, April 4.St. Isidore, Archbishop, was born of a ducal family at Carthagena in Spain. He died at Seville April 4, 636, and was declared a Doctor of the Catholic Church within sixteen years of his death. Thursday, April 5.St. Vincent Ferrer, the "Angel of Judgment." At the point of deatl because of grief over the schism that was afflicting the Church, he was miraculously recalled and told to go forth and convert sinners. For twenty-one years he preached throughout Europe and con- verted thousands. He died at Vannes in Brittany in 1419. Friday, April 6.St. Celestine, Pope, succeeded PopeBoniface in 422. He etxcomnmnicated Nestorius andd eposed him and also combatted the Pelagian heresy. Many authors of the life of St. Patrick say that that apostle received his commission to preach to the h'ish from Pope Celes- tine in 431. The Pope died in 432. Saturday, April 7.St. Hegesippus, a Primitive Father, was by birth a Jew and belonged to the Church of Jerusalem. He traveled t'o Rome and lived there nearly twenty years from the pontificate of Anicetus to that of Eleatherius in 177. He wrote a History of the-Church in five volumes which has been lost. FINED $25 FOR MAILING BIRTHCONTROL BOOKS I (By N. C. W. C. News Service) [ Philadelphia, March 28. -- Mrs. Rhea Kachel of Shillington, mother of three young girls, was fined $25 by Justices Thompson and McKeehan in the nited States District Court here, after she had pleaded guilty to a charge of disseminating through the mails birth control literature publish- ed by Mrs. Margaret Sanger. Mrs. Kachel, when cross-examined, said that she distributed the literature in order to supplement the family in- come and not because she believed in its principles. Her husband is a post office clerk. STATE STICKS TO GOSSIP Jefferson City, Mo., March 10.--Th( "anti-gossiping bill," so termed by its sponsors, which would have made any person repeating a malicious or slan -: derous statement as guilty as the originator, was defeated in the Mis- souri Senate today. Senator Proctor, opposing the meas- ure, declared that if passed, "it woul take all the interest out of political campaigns in Missouri." % founded upon the con- of individuals, is in of wealth co-operation, in- it does the constant of the individual to The fact that the single occupation of prayer appears idle or grotesque, or at the best mistaken, to men of our day, is but one more sign of how spiritual faculties are beginning to decay. Service ordered by the pope in ex- piation of the recent commemoration of the centenary of the birth of End- Faith, Hope mid Charity, combined est Renan, were held here yesterday. wth" her wonderful God-given noon-, [ The H,,:^-" Father, in a letter last week nerisms, peculiar to Mother Patricia,] addressed to Cardinal Pompilj, reiter- whic](resulted in succ(ss with her pu- I ate(] the regret which he had pre- pil, ere she remained' in Mother Pa-[ viousl_y expressed regardin_ g the Re- tricia's care, and received all the beta-[ nan commemoration and set the date efits of her. efforts and silent pray- I for tbe expiatory seices ers, combined with those duties m "Little Flower" Beatified in May which most of her life was spent. To those of us who have since un- dertaken the traini)g of the presm generation, the methods and examples set by Mother Patricia have been em- ployed, and fortunate indeed will be those te'tchers Who may be successful, after preparation for this life work with Mother Patricia as their "pa- tron Saint" in education, Her earthly influence is now a pleasant memory, but lasting and ef- fective. 'Tin said "that a loving e- membrance is like  precious ointment ever carried about us; that its per- fume is like unto that of the petal of the rose;" and also, "that the path of. A decree deciding the beatification of Sister Theresa" of the Child Jesus was read Iast Monday, and the date fo the ceremony of beatification was fixed for Ma 27. Cardinals Vico and Billet, the Charge d'Affairs of the French Embassy to the Vatican and everaI bishops were present when the decree was read. Msgr. Giulio Saubat, Procurator of the Priests of: the Saod Heart of Jesus, in a brief ddress commented upon the rapidity of the progress of the cause of beati- fication in the case of Sister Theresa,. which, he said, was in harmony with contemporary conditions of life. ,, a good woman is indeed strewn witli flowers, but they rise behind her foot-I0 CATHOUC steps and not before thezn. ' I As Holy Masses are said on Easter/" PAPERS WILL TAKE Morn amid the perfume of the spot-| less lily and the beautiful rose, the[  . W ..l. myriads of lighted candles, the in- cense, the chanted pra.ers, and we listen to the beautiful Easter music, we are at this time reminded of Mo- ther Patricia's Easter Morn[ We have a mental vision of a spotless sou], whom we no longer have with us in earthly form, and her present state, should be an inspiration to us, as we think of her at Holy Mass, and as we fancy her voice mingling with those of the Angels! Let us remember her n our prayers and ask her to remem- ber us and to help us to exercise these same cardinal virtue's in our work. Faith in the same God, that He may direct us also; Hope in the successful consummation of our life work; and Charity for faults':we and those in our (By N. C. W. C. News Service} Washington, March 26.The N. C. W. C. News Service has gained two subscribers in Melbourne, Australia. They are "The Advocate," "the Catho- lic weekly of Victoria Prevince, which ,for more than fifty years has been regarded as one of the leading Catho- lic journals of the antipodes and "Our ,Australian Sunday Visitor," which is soon to be launched, modeled after the'Catholic weekly of the same name in the United States. In ordering the Service f'or "The Advocate," the Rev. Wm. M. Collins, its editor, praised its excellence and promised to report for the Service Home Eternal with the Angels, and I with the God that has given and tak-! en from us, our beloved Mother Pa-I tricia! I MARY A. FEIN. l care may possess, that we, like her, anything of general Catholic interest anay be able in the end to gain auin his part of the world. The editor of "Our Australian Sun- day Visitor'1 is to be the Rev, M.P. Curran. He writes that he is now preparing for the first issue of the new weekly and adds, "I am delightec with your Setwice. Continue sending it." " \