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.... THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 9, 1943 ..... PAGE THRE E SOC/ALL00"000000 rder Based On Pope s Horn Doll Show; SEMINARY N EW8 STORIES , ',| Office, 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by I MUST BE  esvw ,sv. sv --. s .....  Little Rock,--Mt. St. Mary's J-| | / | m f'% .|Noon Tuesda..Tues v SIGNED  h  s s Academy pupils of the third and , .i! t A__f--f-_,, , , . . . . . .._ '  y  fourth grades, held a Doll Show /neolo oruaenrs 00lve , ........... fence 5a s Domlnl.a. ,oo academys gym March 31. gY $ September 15th and = .............. Ninety-two dolls were entered in | /  cei d hi.: " " C: Bray, Jr., president, received his basic training at Ciudad Trujillo, D. r. t.)znere  wire omer orders mreaay implam- the show and prizes were awarded Lenren _=ve..:._:  is a choice to be made between a ed or sought to be implanted upon for the most beautiful and the oermons k.Tn ) scaool parlors 503 East 6th camp huron, Texas. radical return to "Our Father, Who expiration of the war" mot interestin dolls A door 2'0 , ' . _  :  . ,, ,, . ' . s g . . 0 oclock on Thursda A nl   art in Heaven and a perpetual The Pastoral revmws the hm- riz . on Mar Lou Mer en !hyllocprloO:S?h:/sdE;:t6th  :am ?! :!********** , Babylon on injustices, hates, dis-tory of Liberalism, Socialism, PhrrWasbaso giYen g A rrrrd .q,h,'f |,.  Buy Your Greeting Cards; * turbances and wars," the Most Communism and Nazism and their A small bride doll 'entered by I i,Jr,,m.Jv, |,.| =aer, Jr?,ng.a :I e. Roy Baer Jr is s endin a * Easter,ter.Birthdy, Symp,thy * Rev Richardo Pittini, Archbishop deplorable effects upon society. Mar Ann Finle sixth rade was --" -': - . "  .......... , ", P g . - . " ,, Y Y, g , The sr,es uf Lenten Sermons m J,,hn 5. Hal fo ....... la,,at,  SDr sSe .. itin : ay furlough in Little Rock with M::'Anniversary' etc. of Santo Dommgo, says m hs. Len- The. ,triumph .... of Commumsm or votedas the most beautiful doll. ......... . .., ' _Parents, sisters relatives and * from * ten Pastoral Confronting the Namsm Archbishop Pethm says. Mar ' Tate fourth rade on wmcn an me smaens of Theology o ms. .... , . . . ,, . ge , g , w . .. . . Herma Ghent present wretched world mtuahon, would be the trmmph of brute first nrize for havin the most will partmpate started on Wed- Father Wflhams was granted a at Cam 1 r Indiana * 3509 Kavanugh Blvd. * the Archbisho recommends to force and "a tyranny such as his- . . , ..... h4, India!_a , * 3509 . .......  .............. interesting doll. Margxes doll m nesday, March 31, under the d- leave of absence from hs Diocese .. attached to a Coast Artil- * Phone -,u.  cmrgy and laity ma mey "'ecno tory nas never nown. ne pres- 85 ,ears old the oldest doll en ...... :_  ,. o.,., ^.. , .._ .__ , ............... : - H- e-was ** * ** * * * * * * * * * * * * the written and oral statements in ent war, he adds, "germinated tered ................... in the show. ' Joseph A. Gallagher. ............ The topics ........ for the=spreading' u,,yofUUthea LegionCamPa'gnof which the most recent Popes have from the seed of extravagant and A third grader, Rose Ann Tur- geon, won second place for the for the Sermon were selected by Christ the King of the United 0000atican Radio Refutes German 00harge Cardinal Hinshy Asked r Prayers For Bolshevism If atie " [V,oan City. ()Charges made that the Cardinal had opened hs ,vnlnich, Germany, newspaper discourse by referring to the xac  mp late Cardinal-Hinsley, at that Plus XI had ordered prayers .Order of "highest religious au- sfter Mass for Russia, that, for its :'.!Y in Rome," had "invoked internal peace and religious lib- Yefs for Bolshevism" on the oc- erty. .aof the twenty-fifth anniver- The speaker asserted that no . ithe Soviet Army.,. were re- Papal instructions had been sent lJt, "'  vaucan amo oroaa- . ............... ', ' o t;aralnal nmsley ann palu u |.e..sPeaker pointed out that llus XI in his Encyclical 00ed00pto00s and Pope Plus alnhhis Christmas Message of ,,aOWed for the Russian peo- [lae.same love and considera- ' evidenced for other nations lftl]Ples, simultaneously re- unequivocably atheistic t M:', u: Unism The speaker also 00insley had referred to , ad the Russian people and :/hevism and reminded following tribute to the late British Primate: '"Cardinal Hinsley was an hon- est character, sincere and distin- guished by true goodness. He lov- ed the Church and' the souls for whom he labored and prayed. His goodness won him the hearts of many. In his last years he gave many evidences of his sympathy for suffering peoples, particularly the Poles. In many of his addres- ses, including that of Christmas, 1942, he energetically voiced sup- port of the cause of those who have been persecuted and disin- herited by reason of nationality and descents.and' thus made him- self the advocate and defender of human rights, today so greatly despised." ;0 C th l" 'P00ll a olc ars Peace"Fgllows ' 00rogram Of PiusXll ,1 WASHINGTON | ,,,, by Elmer Murphy L. ashington.  More than one observer in the National ltal has drawn a parallel between the "Pillars of. Peace" re- L** p.ut forward by a commission of the Federal Council of [,"hutches of Christ in America and the necessary bases of a [v'e and lasting peace which His Holiness Pope Plus XII has la to the world in the last four years. i he " Pillars of Peace" are six propositions enunciated by E!ission set up by the Federal Council, and which func- r or two yea'rs before mak- . ,, . 'sM.l report The report, the "pillar aoove ,, I Sion sai. ; ..... ., .... t The assertion in the fourth pil- [tieal[ pronositions"' " = ""'="which lar" that "The peace must pro- i!!:,derlie a 'ust and durable claim the goal of autonomy for h The commission added subject peoples, and it must estab- e U'a , n,,= ' lish international organization to ..... t t" n,t ........... ht to lese nri,oi, or itself assure and to supervise the realiza- d begi; frtw'th" to real- tion of that end," calls to mind 9 in cooperation with Pope Plus XII's insistence in his 1939 Christmas Message on "The ifleral Coudeil's Commis-. ]ili!: '' dy the Bases of a Just able Peace lists as the ar" this principle: "The st provide the political !taU. a continuing eol- ,la"  of the United Nations ty. u..e course, of neutral and  ' tlons.,, sh ius spoke in 1939 of the i t s  international institu- tlt. erve international com- ,; et e, to guarantee the ful- to o treaties and if neces- ' :evise them. ,, th - i - eeonfl ,; fllar qotl- .. P of e Fed i% l*e.l Commission is: "The ' glh ust make provisions for lL Within the scope of in 'unal a ;. greement those econo- . tnancial acts of national , !, ""neSts d . Which have wide- ." international repercus- right to life and independence of all nations, large and small, strong and weak"; and his assertion in the 1940 Christmas Message that there is "no place for the violation of the freedom, integrity and securit of other nations." The contention of the fifth "pil- lar" that "The peace must estab- lish procedure for controlling mili- tary establishments everywhere," brings to mind the Pope's declara- tion in his 1939 Christmas Mes- sage that the nations must be liberated "from the heavy slavery of the race for armaments," so that material force will not violate rights but protect them. The sixth "pillar" of the Fed- eral Comncil's commission; name- ly, "The peace must establish in principle, and seek to achieve in praetfce, the right of individuals everywhere to religious and intel- ll , Io ...... lectual liberty," immediately " raner in nis 1940 aS , , summons up the mpresmve pas- .,bh oessage,- called for a sage in Pope Plus XII's Christmas ,:g: f  =r seixishness in the Message of 1941, declaring that ir tat rld economy, so that there is no place for persecution !|"qri = can have the means of religion and the Church. ( f0 g Proper standards of '.thirallc! tizens. Reference both in this country ]Jll's  Pmar" in the Federal and in England, to "cradle to the .keport is: "The peace grave" security gave an intima- M?qt L Provision for an or %ion of what is to come after this t ,ull to !re of , adapt the treaty war. Dmcussmns as to the nature IL'yl.  ae world'to changing of the post-war world continue eCditions.': This re: unabated, and it is generally ;ia - ne Papal principles ,areed tha the world that will c011 ectlon with the first ]See PROGRAM on page 6 4'nnual Easter Monday ! Card Party SpOnsored by the April Committee.of the Good Counsel Altar Socmty '! 00OOO COUNSEL HALL J 9th and B,shop Streets Afternoon r M ] . Evening MONDAY, APRIL 26 c:aission 30c -- tax paid -- Door prizes emphasized the causes of war and recommended the only 'new or- der' that can possibly bring about a just and lasting peace." "Peace," he says, "is tranquility of order, and a moral and judicial order has no explication'or sustenance un- less it rests upon God." True progress in the eyes of the Church, tbe Pastoral says, con- gists, first o{ all, in maintaining in- tact "the patrimony of the natural laws engraved by God in the con- sciences of men and confirmed by revelation"; and next, of carefully separating "the gold from the tin- sel, the truth from the false tra- vesty of truth in doctrines and systems elaborated by men out- side of, when not actually op- posed to, the divine-natural law." The truth and solidity of the "new order" advocated by His Holiness Pope Plus XII, the pastoral adds, stand out "by mere comparison false doctrines and systems." Af- ter considering their effect upon the individual, the family and so- ' ciety, the Pastoral continues: "Finally the limits and even the very concept ' of the. power of the State have been exceeded. Liber- alism reduced the State to a sim- ple guardian of the order; Total- itarianism, both Nazi and Com- munist, makes of the State a sort of divinity that can do anything and in the face of which there is neither authority nor appeal. The Liberal State terminates in an- archy, Totalitarianism in tyranny. According to tim natural and Christian concept.of authority, the governing power should not be ex- cessive to the point of tyranny, nor limited to simple protection when the insufficiency of private initiative demands the positive and efficacious cooperation of the State." Greater Little Rock Activities St. Andrew's Cathedral Passion Sunday. Lenten schedule Of Masses at the Cathedral on Sunday will be at 6, 7, 9, and 10 o'clock'. High Mass will be at 11 o'clock. Masses during the week at the Cathedral will be at 7, 8 and 12:05. Masses on Sunday at Holy Souls Chapel will be at 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Mass will be said at Holy Souls Chapel on Tuesd'ay and Friday at 8:00 o'clock. Evening services during Lent will be as follows: Wednesday, Rosary, Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament and a sermon; Friday evening, Stations of the Cross and Benediction; Sunday evening, Novena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. Novena in honor of St. Theresa, The Little Flower, on Wesdnesday morning following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. The regular "Inquiry Class," will be held at the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., Tuesd'ay evening at 7:45, or any other night during the week (except Wednesday or Saturday nights) by appointment. Confessions will be heard Sat- urday from 4 to 6 and from 7:30 to 8:30, and before the 7 and 9 o'clock Masses on Sunday. Thursday night the Catholic Convert League will meet at 8:00 l o'clock at the Parish Hall. The fourth in a series of lectures on the truth about the Catholic Church will be discussed. The Cathedral Mothers' Club wll hold their regular meeting Thursday, April 15th, at 2:00 o'clock in the School Parlors with Mrs. W. C. Bray, Jr., presiding. Sund.ay is Communion Sunday for the men and boys of the par- ish. Men of the Holy Name So- ciety will receive Communion in a body at the 7:00 Mass. Saint Edward's Church Sunday services: Masses, 5:30', 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 A.M. Sermon on "Rash Judgment." Both young people's Sodalities, the Lit- tle Flower Sodality as well as St. Aloysius Sodality and other young people of the parish are invited to receive Holy Communion in the l "Soldier's Mass" at 8:30. I Evening devotions will be held  at 7:30 p.m., consisting of 'the Sta- tions of the Cross and' Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Weekday services: Daily Masses at 6:30 and 8:30 a.m. Lecture on the Life of Christ, entitled: "In The Desert", and Benediction of the Blessed Sacra- ment, Wednesday night at 7:30. Stations of the Cross and Bene- diction of the Blessed Sacrament, Friday at 7:30 p.m. Good Counsel Novena for Peace and Victory is held every Sunday afternoon at five o'clock followed' by Benedic- tion of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment. Novena to St. Anthony follows all Mas'ses on Tuesday 'morning. Novena to the Little Flower and the Blessed Sacrament is held every Friday night at 7:30. The P.T.A., of Good Counsel School will meet Wednesday af- ternoon at 2:30 in the school hall. The Holy Name men will meet Monday night at 8 in the school hall. Lenten Services Wednesday night will consist of Sermon, Ros- ary and Benediction. The Way of the Cross will be on Friday night at 7:30, with Bene- diction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment, The Holy Name men will re- ceive Holy Communion at the 7 o'clock Mass Sund'ay. The Catholic Daughters will have their communion at the 7 o'clock Mass Sunday and they will be served breakfast after Mass in the school by the April committee of the Altar Society. St, Patrlek's Chulh North Little Rook Novena for Vietory and Bene- diction at 3 o'clock Sunday after- noon. Members of the Holy Name So- ciety will receive Communion in a body Sunday at the 7 o'clock Mass. Communion breakfast and: meeting in the hall will follow the l 7 o'clock Mass. D [ Sunday is also Communion ay for boys of the parish. The School Welfare collection will be taken up at the Masses Sunday. The P.T.A., will meet in the hall uesday afternoon at 2:30 o'cloek. fficers for the enuing year will: be elected at this meeting. Instructions will be held in the rectory at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. Rosary, Sermon and Benedic- tion at 7:45 o'clock Wednesday evening. Way of th Cross and Benedic- tion at 7:45 o'clock Friday even- rag. Barling School Great Leader In War Effort Barling. The Barling Catholic School, the only Catholic Rural School in Sebastian County, may well be proud of ts excellent achievements, in its war efforts for a speedy Victory. The School has a very active 4H Club. It won the Charters the past two years, 1941 and 1942, as Co-Champions of 284 4H Clubs in Sebastian County. The school organized a Junior Red Cross unit. Red Cross Head- quarters sent them a letter re- cently, praising and highly recom- mending the splendid' contribu- tions made by the school. They collected fifteen decks of cards; nine large puzzles; fifteen story books; twenty lovely pictures, to adorn bare walls; forty interesting joke books; twelve packages of[ garden and flower seed, for the prisoners in Camp Chaffee; six games; a large number of Catholic magazines of various types. The School collected $5.00 for the Red Cross. All other collections go to Camp Chaffee. The school has 'thirty pupils, and they have also organized an Ele- mentary Victory Corps. For all their organizations there are very fine outlines which are carried out in detail, thus every two weeks by Parliamentary Law procedure. They also have a fine "Our Schools At War Program" scrap book which the County Agent re- quested to be brought to Ft. Smith, and entered there in The District Contest. Besides these extra cur- ricular war activities the pupils assure us that there is plenty of time left for regular class work., The pupils of the Barling School are sincerely grateful to their  teachers, Sister M. Henrietta, prin- cipal, and Sister M. Marion, for so zealously guiding and assisting with their War efforts. MORRISON a THE HTTER HATS CLEANED &NDBLOCKED 53 Msin St, i i Ph. 9976 Bookaellers and 8ationer $07-309 Main 8trees .can. DAN DEAIIASAUCa For Offl0e 8uppllu--Ph. -1846 most beautiful doll with her large bride doll and' trousseau. Cynthia Rushing, fourth grade, won sec- ond place for the most interesting doll with her completely furnished six-room doll house. One interesting section display- ed dolls dressed to represent dif- ferent countries and nationalities. The American Indian, Aunt Je- mima and Little Black Sambo, a Spanish senorita with lace man- tilla, South American dolls, a num- ber of represntatives of European peasant classes, and' a three-foot tall Dutch doll with wooden shoes. Other attractive dolls entered in the show were Goldilocks, Scarlett O'Hara, a Revolutionary Belle, John Alden and Pricilla, princess doll, brides, nuns, twin dolls and baby dolls. 1 Court No. 1223 | Our Lady of Perpetual Help Court No. 1223 will have its quarterly Communion and Break- fast at Good Counsel Church on Sunday, April 11, 7 o'clock Mass. Following the breakfast regular meeting will be held and Reception of Members. Troop No. 4 The regular meeting of Troop No. 4 was held after services Fri- day night, April 2. Meeting was opened with a prayer by the Rev. Lawrence Hoyt. Following the prayer, awards were presented by the Scoutmas- ter, Mr. Joe Spinnenweber, and Father Lawrence. The patrols, Blazing Arrow, Fly- ing Eagle and Air Rangers, met and discussed their plans. After a short talk on current activities, the meeting closed with prayer. Mt. St. Mary's Students Given 3 Day Retreat Little Rock.Reverend William E. Galvin, S.T.L., is conducting the annual retreat at Mt. St. Mary's Academy. The retreat was opened Tues- day, with Mass and Holy Com- munion in the academy chapel at 8:45, followed by breakfast in the cafeteria. Conferences were held at ten and at eleven o'clock, with free time between conferences, for Stations of the Cross, rosary, visits to the Blessed Sacrament spiritual reading, and confessions for those who wished to go. The last conference was held at two o'clock and was immediate- ly followed by Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Papal bless- ings, after Benediction on Thurs- day, brought the retreat to a close. Six Jesuits Observe Golden Jubilees In Orient Calcutta, India. (E}---Six mem- bers of the Society of Jesus sta- tioned here and in Ceylon, have celebrated the fiftieth .anniversary of their ordinations to the priest- hood. BILL SCHMIDT, AUTO.PARTS & TIRE CO. * PARTS FOR ALL CARS * Vulcaniz|nll . Retreading the individual students and sub- mitted for approval to the Moder- ator, Msgr. Gallagher. They are all in * keeping with the spirit of the Lenten Liturgy .... The following students have fib- ready delivered their sermons: Mr. Francis Murphy, on Penance; Mr. Bernard Cabanski, on the Hu, mility of Christ; Mr. Victor Naz- arid, on the Sorrows of Our Jless- ed Mother; Mr. Joseph Wengdr on Christ's Thirst for Souls; Mr, Bet, nard McGrenehan, on the Divinity of Christ; Mr. Julius Romani, on Suffering, as the Road to Heaven; and Mr. Paul Bujarski on Sacri- rice. The schedule of sermons for he coming week, starting today, is as follows: Friday; Mr. Aloysius Dunleavy, "The Necessity of Pray- er"; Saturday, Mr. William Well- man, "Faith"; Sunday, Mr. Cletus Semper, "Temptation"; Monday, Mr. Francis Ross, "Resignation to the Divine Will"; Tuesday, Mr. James Reilly, "The Last Judg- ment" and Wednesday, Mr. Wil- liam Mulligan, "The Wisdom 0f the World contrasted with the Wis- dom of the Cross." Requiem Mass The Right Reverend Msgr/Jo- seph A. Gallagher sang a Requiem High Mass last Monday, April 5, in the Seminary Major Chapel. The Mass was offered for the re, pose of the soul of Miss Catherine' Quinn, aunt of Mr. Joseph S. Quinn, stud'ent of Second Theol- ogy. Mr. Bernard Cabanski Was Master of Ceremonies and Students of the Majbr Seminary filled in the minor offices of the Mass. lIiss Quinn passed to her eternal re- ward on Thursday, April 1, after a life spent in works of Charity. Seminary Recreation Room Improvements An almost useless pool table ha been put into excellent condition with the past week as a result of the generosity of Seminary bene- factors from Little Rock and vici- nity. These kind friends of the Seminary realize that recreation is an important and healthful part of the intensive Seminary cur- riculum. A ping pond table is in the pro- cess of erection at the side of the pool table. The next move will be to try to secure better light- ing for both these feature attrac- tions. Most of the funds which the Seminarians have been able to raise among themselves have been donated to projects for the Mis- sions. Their benefactors have helped assure many pleasant re- creation hours for the vital train- ing period of our future priests. Visitors The Hey. Robert J. Williams, of the Diocese of Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada, former stu- dent of St. John's Seminary, stayed at St. John's Seminary during his recent visit to Little Rock. He was guest of the Rt. Rev. "Msgr. Campbell, Mallory & Colvert INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Aetn Floor Wallace Bldg. Phone 4-0B25 III II DR. ANNIE M. BREMYER gl Chiropractor Pathometrlc Precision Diagno 14 Years MZpe, lenoe as a Orar oats NnYls Phons l-Ilill Sl0 E. Sth Little RI, Ark. States. He has been a loyal ad- vocate of this Catholic Movement, so dear to the heart of the late Pope Plus XI, of happy memory, since the day of his ordination to the Holy Priesthood. The tour also affords Fr. Williams an op- portunity to visit his former class- mates, who are now carrying on missionary work in Southern Dio- ceses. Father Williams is the designer of the Flag of Christ the King which received the cordial en- dorsement of His Holiness Pope Plus XI. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. W. J. Gruen- weld, Chancellor of the Diocese of Bellville, Ill., and the Bishop's Representative for Hospitals, also visited St. John's Seminary where he was Msgr. John J. Healy's guest. The purpose of his visit was the transaction of business connected with his office of Bish- 0P'S Representative for Hospitals. Death Reduces Sacred College Membership to 47 Vatican City. (E)--The death in recent days of Their Eminence Ar- thur Cardinal Hinsley, Archbishop of Westminster, and Ermenegildo Cardinal Pellegrinetti have re, duced the membership of the Sac, ed College of Cardinals to 47, but it still seems improbable that a Consistory will be held while the war continues. With 23 vacancies in the Sacred College there is speculation wheth- or His Holiness Pope Plus XII will persist in the proposal attributed' to him of no war-time Consistory, but which le has never publicly manifested. STANDARD] ICE COMPANY of Arkansas Little Rock No. Little Rock Cabot BrJnkley Beebe Pine Bluff DeValls Bluff -- i I I I II iii i iiiii ii Sick Call Crucifix Sick Call Set in Crucifix form to serve a double purposd. 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