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.d Catho.c i to,a.u,e !1 il 8Cod reading which instructs 41 ~ Warns, and strengthens and _.. _ THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK -- Wll I DlllilTl u.s. AIDED BELGIUM N.C.A.F. CONVENTION NEW FEAST FOR U. S GERMAN , vwlLL L L. I%UII I INDEPENDENCE WAR, TO HEAR LONDON I MADE ON PETITION TO CONVENE IN HALL lift|l:, IJI }IU[I DR. HEALY ASSERTS DOMINICAN PRIOR OF THE SERVITES DIVORCE, , , t , EVIDENrg gave t,-- " (By N. C. W. C. News Service~ ', (By N. C. W C. News Service) I (By N. C. W C News Service) [ By Rev Dr. ~rn Baron yon x,%zl,~ aJ~ k~ DAcT/ DA Washington, D. C., April 4 ~m-; Washington, April 4. The Very Portland, Oregan, April 4 --The in- Capltalne [a~k$ il~ i~l~|~'tlL phasizing the strong bonds of friend-:Rev. Dom Bede Jarrett, O P., of Lon_/stitution of a new ecclesiastical fenst (Cologne Correspondent, N. C. W.C. FATHER WALSH -- ship between the United States anddon, Prior Provincial of the Domini- to "Mater Generis Humani," under NC , I . ' . W. C News Service).Belgium, Dr. Thomas H IIealy, As- cans of England, will be one of the/the title "Behold Ty Mot.her," is an- News Service Orleans, La, April1--Isistant Dean of the Georgetown principal speakers at the fourth con-!nounced in a cablegram received bv Cologne, March 31:--The 69th Editors of Time Deliberately Disre. gangrene" resulting fromlSchool of Foreign Service, last Wues- vention of the National Catholic the Servite Fathershoro from ~t~-;~ General Assembly of German Catho-i larded Fact~Furnlshed on Re- I tics will be held at Muenster, West- quest, He Asserts in Formal uespread practice of divorceday night sketched Belgium's devel- Alumni Federation, to be held heft'Prior General, the Most-R-evi"A]-M: phalia from September 4 to the 7th.I Statement--Violatlon of et in soon or late and destroy topment during her I00 years of in- April 25, 26 and 27, according to the I Moore, O.S.M., in Rome. So far as is The local committee has just beenI Request Also Alleged. " ~ted States as it has destroyed i dependence and detailed the part that program annuonced today. The Rev. l known here, this is the first feast that appointed by the constitutional as- and empires, the Most Rev I America has played in Belgium's Dr. William J. I~erby of the Catholic l has ever been established in the Uni- sembly in session at Muenster. I (By N. C. W C News Servi~e ' Shaw, Archbishop of New many struggles for national liberty University of America, Editor of The ~ted States, and the day set aside b* The meeting was preceded by ai Washington, April 7.---A few l',d.eclares in his Lenten pa.~-!from 1930 to the World War Dr Ecclesiastical Review. will share thetth~ .~acr~ C ~ro~,~tio~ ~ ,;+~: ;~ , " ~ . ........... d _on __~ .... Pontifical Mass celebrated by Bishop lweeks ago the Rev Edmund A sis diocese I Healy's laudation of the European rostrum with the distin uished for l~h, ~ n u v ~f ~a:,,-'~,:: Poggenburg, including the West- Walsh, S. J., vice president of George- ; .... . g -, ..... co d S nda ....... ~--. ...... r _ ~er contempt engendered nation was given during an address .eign visitor Day. phalian governor and premier, and town University, issued a pamphlet 0roe, now so general, of the I over Station WMAL here, and com-i At noon on Friday, April 25, mem-I The National Sanctuary of Our the mayor of Muenster, who, with ion the persect~tion of religion in .~'~aw'let 'Whatn God hath joined, i memorated. , . the centenary. . of Bel-'. . berN of the alumni and faculty rep- ~]Sorrowful Mother, conducted here b"z [ other ecclesiastical and municipal i Soviet Russia. It was entitled : Why , o man put asunder, igmm s independence which occurs this ;resentatives of Catholic colleges will ,the Servite Fathers for the las'~ five authorities attended the business sea-, Pope Plus XI Asked Prayers for Rus- ~ disaster to this nation," i year. "be received at the White House by!years, has been the active ex,onent s!o.n Prince Aloys von Loewen-:sia on March 19, 1930 " ~op Shaw writes. "The ]awI Simultaneous with the adoption of:President Hoover. The convention!of the last will and testament ~f Our s~em, t~ount yon Droste-Vischeringi One of the .......... ~ .... ea~not be violated with tin-'the Constitution in this country, a proper opens three hours later at the Lord, when He crowned His Blessed a:d CounLvo.n" Galena were also :notice of the nPew:Pn*ag:z~:me, Tim:De Unless the torrent of un- revolution broke out in Belgium, "Mayflower-Hotel, and closes Sunday i Mother beneath the cross and ele- hint is Stemmed by puttin~ atmodeled in s-irit and nrinciples, aft-i evening he~ to the ' ~ esen~., l~esmes meal commlt-iThe editor of "Time" sent~ Father ~eck upon the' evil of ~ti-er the Ame~"iean Rebellion a short! At the Friday afternoon session of :ft~de human ra:P]rlitnUtlh:ptel~e:hodf pen~:d::er:km~ethe ~dee~:ilsap: Walsh a special delivery letter and ot later a telegram asking him for in- . administeredin many time before Dr Healy compared lthe convention, which will be attended St John, reprcsentin all of the I ac the assembly, formation as to the date of the blas- 0:[t *~ " " . . g " e ._ he land, moral gangrene the events of that rcvolutmn m Bel-!by faculty and alumni represents- The Church, it is pointed out here ~:~, SOon or late, and destroy lgium with those of the more success-itives, the topic "Our Alumni Organi- has now officially consecrated her pc: ~ I phcmous cartoons to which he refer- LAST OF HOLY CROSS red in his pamphlet and also the date ,_clio as it formerly destroy- ful struggle for liberty in the Ameri-]zations and How to Make Them Mu tsition "and with the Master has NURSING SISTERS IN Iof the outrages which he mentioned ~:~ul kingdoms and empires: i can Colonies. tually Advantageous," will be dis" claimed in festal conform~t 'B hex" CIVIL WAR, 93,'DIES against the Bishops of Perm, Belgo- I':~Y. of a nation and theI Dr. Healy's talk in part is as fol-tcussed by the Rev. W. J. Lonergan, thy Mother'." y .e old fred, Youriev, Voroney and others. ~ its endurance a~e m the lows i " - " I -: ,S J, of St. Ignatius College, Califor-I Tt was almost a year ago that the (By N C. W C. News Service) i Father Walsh answered the letter t::r its people, and particular-I "While the Belgian people can !nia At the same session there will be t etition fo~ the settin aside of the r re . ~ p g . Notre Dame, Ind., April 4.-~Th~ and the telegram fully, giving all the verence for the sanctity , ,, t r:-~age,, Itrace back their" history over 2,000 la discussion of the Alumni and Col- ~feast day was presented to His Holt- last of the Civil War nurses o the information requested and supplying '~-" [years, it was only 100 years ago thatllege Athletics." hess, Pope Pins XI It was turned Congregation of the Sisters of the additional information showing that N~.--~'-- 'lthey gained their independence and [ A reception to delegates and a con-Iovdr to Cardinal Laurenti Prefect of .. to k their place among the s vereign lvention session will be held Friday the Sacred Congregation of Rites . the persecution of religion in ~us~ia ~'ASON DIES A CONVERT lnations of the world. Liberty-loving'evening, when the speakers and topicsiThe presentation was then made to N. C. W. C. News Service) Americans can realize the joy of these will be as follows: lthe experts of liturgy, and, after the house, St Mary's Convent here. Sis- present. He pointed out that some . . people in gaining their independence Michael Williams, Editor of The regular procedure, the proposed.feast "ter Francis was 93 years old and of the blasphemous cartoons referred Ga, April 4t Old:so:~ 100 years ago, after having been for Commonweal, "A Plan for a National was solemnly proclaimed as an estab-celebrated in 1929 the diamond jubi-to had been collected by him during most pro:min n __ so many centuries the football of Eu- Catholic Laymen's Information Bu-i]ished feast. The cablegram received I his stay in Moscow in 1923, but he Catholic before nis recent rope At various stages in their his-Ireau:" Dr Edward A Fitzna'tr" 1.- - ; , . = lc.., from the Prior General reads as fol- lee of her entrance into the Congre-lals disclosed additional specimens o~ been learned here. torythey were under the rule of iDeas of the Graduate School, Mar- lows: "Celebration of feast granted gation, llater cartoons published as late as Mullally, for 20 years]Spain, Austria, France, and the Neth= ~quette University, "Foundations of a lfor second Sunday in May, Mother's Sister de Sales was born Honorah ithe closing months of 1929: acks!ytY OfandBibbformerCOUntYPotentatelunder erlands. The jubilation in Belgium tNational Program of Catholic Higher Day. The documentary authorizationO'Nell," in" Ireland, September 8, Informs[ion Is Ignored. is particularly intense now, becauseEducation," and Wilfred B. Shaw, Di- will be forthcoming within the next 1837. She came to this country as a Suppressing all information fur- Lrine was converted to the l only a few years ago, fresh inthe rector of Alumni Relations, Univer-!few weeks." ,"aith two months before h. Said that the fact that his memory of all of us, it seemed that sity of Michigan, "Alumni and Adultl %~ne initial celebration of the feastMilwaukeeChild and settledwhenWithsheherwasParents16 years tin '7~sh::e bYrF::h:r aWv alshp -d y caricaturesWith respeCt.and Belgium would again lose its inde- Education." The Georgetown Uni-[day will be held on May 11, at the " toutrages of religion in Russia, and of age, she entered theCongrega their co "1 " ntinuity from the be~,innin,, born in Ireland and was a[pendence for which it had struggled vergity Glee Club will sing. [National Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful tion of the Sistersof the Holy'to the "res ...........,, "--- ~' so hard and maintained with such dif- The Saturday morning session will -it ~, ~-~, ~lme puDdsn- sincerity and loyalty of lficulty" In this hour of their joy, feature a symposium on the value of Mother, here. It is the privilege of Cross, then located at Bertrand,~ d the following misleading ecru- friends in Macon, andlthe Belgians are especially grateful intercollegiate alumni education JaN. ithe Sanctuary, which is dedicated to Michigan. She received the habit of ment: which the sight of D. Madden, S. $., t. Joseph's church, instill- as he stood beside a criminal before an execu- the factors in Mullally's l~-'lueneed him in his de- become a Catholic. 5 ORAN, ONCE r~$T N' MINISTER, hies iN PHILADELPHIA inal independence of Belgium The Cremen, of the Massachusetts Mutual l American Revolution and its success Life" Insurance Company, o.n . ,,"Be-]Slemnized on the second Sunday of did much to inspire Belgian patriotsr quest Insurance and the Alumni. May, Mother's Day. A special Mass In the very year that the Constitu- Sunday afternoon, the Rt. Rev. also has been written, it is said, and tion of the United States was adopt- Bishop Thomas J. Shanan, Rector is waiting approval. I "Privately Father Walsh ago'ted the Congregation on April 7, 1854,:inst week that the cartoon, to which and five years later made her final (Continued on page 4) religious profession. A year after her entran.ce into the community, St. Mary's was moved from Bertrand to its present site here. When President Lincoln carled for nurses during the Civil War, Sister de Sales was among the 60 FATHER SHEEN TELLS WHAT CHRIST DID ON EARTH AS MAN Speaker Expounds the Doctrine of Mystical Union With Body of Holy Christ During "Catholic H~ur." ed,-a revolution broke out in Belgium Emeritus of the Catholic University A few of the devotional ideals that W.~. News Service) and the common slogan was "Bel- of America, will preside at Pontificad inspired this new feast may be stated CrOSSchief executive'sSiSters assignedcall, tOsheanSWerwas thethe (By N. C. W.--C. News Service.)" glum-America." The leaders of the Vespers in the crypt of the National briefly, as they were presented to the last of that band to'do service among New York, April 7.--Progressing a % Pc., April 4.---The revolution, Van der Noot and Van Shrine of the Immaculate Conception W. Doran, Pastor of the der Meersch, were hailed as "the Bel- on the campus of the Catholic Uni- Holy See---"Whether we consider our the soldiers at Cairo and at Mound step further in the "unfolding of the hP:esenAt~tt~n inChnel: gian Franklin" and the "Belgian versity of America. The Rev. Dr. W. Blessed Mother in respect to God, or City, Illinois After the war, Sisterlpivin~e Romance," the Rev. Dr. FuN' ~:~'*~'~Z ~'~'~=~ Washington." Following our exam- Coleman Nevils, S. J., PreSident of in respect to herself, she stands ira- de Sales co-+; .... a -. ....... :_-l~,n J" ~een of the Catholic Univer- .l~ll. lui I. ,, *lll~lllilla,ll~'~ ill iili~.,l llti.,llll~llil~, Si'~ S l' * * ~* .......... .... Y, poke on The Dlvln pie, the leadels baptized their new Ge r e Equa o getown University, will deliver measurabl- a,,ar~" but in her relation ........ t .. II 'an ..... nation the United States of Belgium. the sermon. The choirof the Detain- to men, s~e is ou; mother, intimatel- work in varmus n.ospl~;als conducted, t,on': on the :'Catholic. Hour" last ~. , wisely ~nown in "Although this revolution failed, ican House of Studie .... ~- '~-*ho asso .............. -" ~ by the Congregatmn. For the past evening.The "Catholic Hour" is ~ t, iie ,~a,.,ciaceQ ~o neI cnnuren lnere~ore, nla a~cnaiocese was at - " - a ~.._. ' {its successor triumphed in 1830 and lie ~niwr-~* ..... -u o~..~- ...... ~ +h- ........................... a 29 years, she had been at the Moth Ispnspred by the National Council --,-,noer of the Protesta-+~- , ,~ ,; o,~# ,v,,, .... ~. ~,,,~ ~=. ...... , .=a~ ~I nur ;~plrlcuai ~uo~nurno,,u " .,v~.+~^~:-.t__ _ ., .... "'- , i "- .~a~.u.c men anu oroaacas~ D estabhshed the independence of Bel ma be broadcast we erhouse Y rainistr,, - h~,,,, ~o,, I " " " - [Y uld reecho the union Christ estab- , St. Mary s Convent, Notre _ : ..... t ~ ........ ~ ~,. , . . theNational Broadcashn Gem n fro gram. 2he Constitution adopted at hshed o ' on " g pa y m the Lake Forestl i Dom Bede Jarrett will speak at the n the cross---- Behold thy S Dame, Indiana. from .... that " "" i ~ ,~,, ,, ~,~ acre Y' a ....... time was the most hoeral one Beho ........ '" , " , rresvy~ermn inscku- .._ ~ ..... Ibanquet session on Sunday evening -- m zny lviomer. I ,,x~^..,, _.:~ ~_ ,, .. la ,m ~urope ano Daseo in many lmpor- " ~ T " . . ,~vw, ~m ur. ~neen, aider re ter studying for the . . . . .... he National Sanctuary of Our Sor- . . . - at ....... Itant essentmls on the Constltutmn of]w~th which the conventmn will be ...................... Fakers, Capltahzlng I viewing ~briefly che urecedin,t ad - western Tneolo~icall .... ) ..-~xui ~vlo~ner is local;ca ac roruan~, r, ./ ~-~ . -- i. . ,, - ~ --" in C~i .... Jthe United States For example, lbrought to a close. His topic will Oregon on ~ ~+ ...... risin,~ a,,,,rox ratl er t'ower's Fame- !cresses, "we go on to inquire what ,~ cage. ~e was or- . . . .o ,.. o.~ .~,,...,, ~,,.~,- v~ I " " the priesthood of that lmany of the prowsmns of our Bill of !be the "Catholic Student Movement imately60 acres. A hugeGrotto Draw Cardinal's F:'idid" ChEst do ~th the human nature in in ,o,. i~ighzs are taken over word for word I .... ,, .... , -" - -~ hewn ;-+^ *~ ~]i,~ ~ ~h ~n im al,~I Which He assumed and united to Him .t ~ov-~. ! ,,. ..... , .... " {in J~ngianQ. ur. lxeroy s SUbJeCt, ~ .,,~- --e .......... , ........- , ,-. ...... 7Oft time he was in eharge]~, in zne woria war the Unlted~the ban-uet will be "Th~ ~olle~e's mense auditorium, was made about (By N C W o. ~ .... ~ .... ~, I ul.vme l~erson~ what did He do ~oll i- "~' .... I~a~es was soliuiy back of the res- I ~ .... "thre~ - .......~+ +h ....... ~ tim~ .~ ~. .~. ......... ~--'~# : wl~n ~na~ cony which He took from ~hPelace~:~7;,tTsd~i~a!t:h [:~r::i::dO~oBne:gn?:f hn: f?il::: F::: iIoTiflU:~:eir:iDftG~:?Cfl:~' w~lh:inCg,ath ~i;~r:n:;:i:t~gv~ebteedpl=m2 bh~S:ft:hnel:B?~i~ichd:Teehr:eCh:t:e I ~h:iBle;~dcaM~y~i:~t a;:o:h~hhe act as ...... "[ teen Points " statuar ................ ~- s-ven ...... g . . . s at- i crib to the cross? He didmany cura~e ~o ~. ule- 1 ~' representing ~ue e ~emp~lng l~o sell meaats anO reli us- t "" " ' "testant E,,isc^.--~ ~,,-^~ [ "While Belgium gained its inde-VIEW OF FOCH ON THE AMER- Igreat Sorrows "- '-~ life of Our -: ........ q .. I hmgs with it, but they are all re- -~ng |n that'capacity Fath-lPendence m 1830, its complete sov-~' ICANS' ,CAPACITY FOR WORF [Blessed Mother. from the grave of the Rev. Patrick ] '~'~'meerned an~ ~nree: ne.~augl~t,. . lie gov- ~Came c. ::re[erelgn mghts were restricted b com ,". . . - : . ! Almos . s , d He sanchfied, but a ~h andnv:h~:tdly tof pulsory neutrahty imposed upoy it by~ By M. Massianl receivedtf:z:ath:g~:io~;rsl::iOto w=. p::trfrn::r he:e, Em?:~:fcfeicl~r~l~.~: }sc;;~:StandH%h?r~:::; .not as the ~:ed S~t. Charles Semis-!the great powers By treaties made; (Paris Corres~on&nt x~ o W C Itablish the Sanctuary Confraternity Cardinal O'Connell of Bos~" ~,..t ..... .. ~ , . s one UVerbrook, to become a !after the Armistice, Belgium gained ~ " .. *" ~ ~ .' ".~ .....]of Our Sorrowful Mother. and she- which it i~ a,ol~,~' ,, ...... :~."~"~'....~."i navmg authority, uonscious that He lriest. " I her full freedom of actionin inter-:' ~ews ~ervlce) Icla1 permission makeit -- - - *" ....... ~"lwas ~ne Eternal Word of God tha " ,~ . , ~ . .... was given to out Greater Bostonand elsewhere~illumiorm ~ ~a . . _t t~s s ~s no lon e s rams, March 31 In a eumgy o~ ' l ned every man comm rote t .~ tudies here and in]natinal affairs and " g r ub- i "-- Inatlon-wlde, and investing the Sane- i are attempting to commercialize the, w-::~:, ...... g he ~as ordained in the latter [ject to the compulsory neutralization Foch delivered at a session of a Cath. ]tuary with the newer of subdele~,at-]name o~ ~, ........ ~^~- .... ~ ..... t . . , e ugnt no~ as a searcher @0~ s~:tfirrSetcappointment]agreements.,, iolic society by M. Louis Cadelin./it::::~b=thor~'zed priest to enroll priest.~ ........... e~,~ Du~mn o: I::tmh ib:tv:rSyO::u:::=dicfaotlun: , _ si for of the ~ imember of the Academie Francaise,/" e s throughout the country. Pastors andpriests in Catholic tats- , , " Brid . . . i,, T ' head I am the truth. get in thisclty~ DE SOTO AND THE an .............. | he Serwte Fathers, of Portland, parishes last Sundaystated fromt "S ....... ..... ~em ,, ou~s~anumg xac~ was ~ne ~mpres i ceona~y, ne used His body not ained until 1~07 when I CONt/UISTADORES : - |Oregon, under whose nuN-ices thisltheir -ul-its that fr .... ' ran " "< ' 'sion m P P p au~men~ persons only to teach but a] sferr ade upon the deceased Marshal so t,o overn ~.. ed to the Epiphany I BOOK CLUB CHOICE /national institution is being erected, [were making house-to-houseca~" ,- 1 ~oun~ ......... . g and a King~lom .A.II ove ~.. he was named to the I ,bY his visit to America. [belong to an Order founded in 1238 [ vasses for various ~ommercial "~ur i,. .... " ~ g rnment ~s ~lSsion Union in Washing-!(By N. C. W. C. News service)}' ``Thisseptuagenarian''~thespeakerIbysevennob~emen~fF~rence~Ita~y.~p~sessuchasthepresentatte~n--~t~un~ ~t: i~:hr" Uonscious of His 1910 b " open It is [ commercialize now attach-, eavenly. Father,. He ecame assistant] New York, April 4.---The Catholic said, had an mind for the fu-[ " "their mission to place before the fame $could _"~he Church of "the Holy i Book Club Board of Editors has ture.His voya~,eto America en.]the world the position the Blessed led to the grave of Father P ...... t ..... sa.y, All power is given to me e. I , ,, . o " . . . , -~.-~-. m heaven ann in earth.' .... " of which animated the early Conquista- his character, he achieves Igave his Apostolic Benediction to all/ e and which will serve only to: to deaf ~ar~ the Oi music the ,, ,, nu lffhili ^" dores, contempt for obstacles twho show good will and assist it. /hurt the cause. (Continu ....... on page b)