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Page Eight NEW 0STOLATE [AmICANRmSED L FOR CONVERSION l PRAYER BOOK N0W I OF THE JEWS1 FACES FINAL TESTI Goes Before Church Assembly and Parliament For Acceptance or Rejection By Dr. Alexander Mombelli Jerusalem, April 1. The Fran- ciscan Custody of the Holy Pl.aces has undertaken the celebration of a daily Ma~s in the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre here to add to the spirit- ual blessings of "Amici Israel," a new association which seeks the conver- sion of the Jews to the Catholic faith. The Zionist movement, which has[ brought continuous immigration of its foll'owers to Palestine, was seized up- on by Miss Van Leer, herself a Jew- ess and a convert, as a particularly opportune time to spread the word of Christ among the chosen people. She it was who founded "Amici Is- rael," which the Holy Father has ap- proved and which several Cardinals and Bishops have joined. Miss 'Van Leer was born in Amster- dam of an Israelite family. She left her home at the age of 17 to seek af- ter relig(Dus truth. During the World War, she was found with Liebnecht and Rose Luxembourg on the bar- ricades of Berlin preaching Commun- ist peace. The year 1919 saw her conversion to the Catholic faith and the ensuing years, lived poiusly, con- vinced tha~ she was called to work for the salvation of her own people. The convert journeyed to Rome and revealed her plan to the Holy Father. His Holiness blessed her and she went to Palestine to share the daily life of her people and to take to them the Catholic teachings. Her apostolate seemed a little audacious and unusual to the Catholic clergy in Galilee, but everyone has anxiously awaited the fruits of her labors. Miss Van Leer was able to intro- duce some Catholic priests into Zion- ist colonies for religious conferences and after a year of this kind of ap- ostolate returned to her native coun- try to enlist members for her asso- ciation. The new apostolate was officially founded in Rome last year. It is presided over by the Rt. Roy. Dam Benoit Gariador, Abbot General of the Benedictines of Subiaco. Its Council is formed by the Father Gar- rigau-Lagrange, Professor of Theolo- gy at the Propaganda; Father Him- melreich, Secretary of the General Minister of the Minor Friars, and the Roy. Dam Chuard, regular Canon of the Immaculate Conception. Father Van Asseldonk is the active secretary. The work is directed above all to recalling to priests the ancient glory of Israel and confidence in the con- version of the Jews. CULION LEPER COLONY CURES (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Woodstock, Md., April 8.---Of the 760 patients cared for in the derma- aeries conducted by the two Jesuit chaplains at the Culion leper colony during 1926, 49, or 6.45 per*cent, were declared negatives (or cured) accord.ing to a report received here from the Roy. Mariano Juan, S. J., superior of the chaplaincy. Of the 4;373 lepers in the rest of the colony only 113. or 2.58 per cent. were de- elaTed negatives during the year. If the $esuiis could build more derma- aeries they could effect more cures. (By N. C. W. C. News Service) ] London, April 4. The Prayer Book measure and the Compositei Book have been published in their] final form, and are now to go before[ the Church Assembly and Parliament. Either may 'accept or reject them as they stand, but they may not now be amended. There is the slight possibility that the Bishops, finding the opposition too strong, may re-open the whole question by withdrawing the bill. Opposition to the Revised Prayer Book is expressed openly and widely. If the measure should pass Parlia- ]mona the opposition would still re- main and the Church of England would have done nothing to patch up its internal differences. Though the alterations made in the Book, as now published, are only slight deviations from the text of the Revision printed a few weeks ago, the measure itself has been drastical- ly reconstructed. New Rules Reveal Differences A new set of rules governing the reservations of the sacrament is be- ins' issued to members of the convo- cations. They seek to prevent a practice which for some time has been going among the Anglo-Catho- lics. The new rules provide: 1. The consecrated bread and wine set apart under the rubrics of the al- ternative order of the communion of the sick shall be reserved in an aumbry set in the north wall of the sanctuary or of the chapel; or, if need be, shall be reserved in some other place approved by the Bishop. 2. The aumbry shall consist of a safe firmly fixed into the wall and provided with an adequate lock, the key of which shall be deposited in a secure place accessible to those who have the rigbt to move the consecrat- ed bread and wine. 3. The receptacle in which the con- secrated bread and wine are reserved shall be kept locked, and the door shall only be opened when it is ne- cessary to move or replace the con- secrated elements for the purpose of communion or renewal. 4. The consecrated bread and wine shall be refiewed at least once a week. 5. The manner in which the reserv- ed sacrament is to be conveyed to the sick is ~o be subject to the di- rection of the Bishop. Book's Statement Disputed The rubric authorizing reserva~ tion gives the Bishop the right to al- ow it ~f satlshed of the need, unless in any~ particular case he see good I~eason to the contrary." In a new preface to the Book il is stated that there is no change of doctrine involved in the revision posit~on which the bishops have en- deavored to maintain all along. But there are prominent Church of En~land clergy up aif;d down the country who insist that the proposed alterations must necessarily involve a change of doctrine. DETROIT BUSINESSES it is reported. CLOSING FOR THREE Each of the two chaplains has I HOURS GOOD FRIDAY parish of about 3,000 persons. Dur-] --- ing the year the priests heard 29,-I (By N. C. W. C. News Service) 445 confessions and administered activities in Detroit will virtually 144,045 Communions. The average I cease for three hours on Good l~ri- was 3"95 Communions a day. They day, while citizens pay religious ira- also assisted at 53 marriages, 136t Detroit, Mich., April 6. Business baptisms and 332 deaths. ~bute to ~he Passion of Our Lord. ]Offices, stores, and factories will be 70,000 IN SILENT [closed from noon to 3 o'clock while NIGHT EUCHARISTIC Ithousands attend religious ceremonies PARADE IN HOLLAND[all over the city. [ The Holy Name Society, which di- Amsterdam, April 2. The yearlytrects the~campaign for the distribu- 'silent night-procession; in honor of[tion of window cards advocating ces- the Blessed Sacrament, took placetsation of work, has had printed 35,- Sunday night with the usual mani-[000 cards. festations of devotion and interest.1 Joined to the thousands bf Am-/MISSIONERS STILL sterdam Catholics there were many~ IN CHINA WARNED thou,~.ands f~om all p~s of Holland.1 They arrived in hundreds of ears andI (By N. C. W. C. News Service) in twenty-three special railroad trainsI Washingt6n, April 8. Further that streamed into the station be-lwarnings Lo Americans to leave dan-, tween twelve and two o~clock a:'m.]gerous areas of China have been sentt Sunday morning and .tea.reed out{out by American consular officers on[ again between six and nine a.m. lthe ground, the State Department/ Along the mapped-out line of[has announced. ' I march the stores had almost unani-I,' Minister MacMurray has sent to/ mously responded to the request ofi all American missions, individuals] the committee, of organization not land ~ompanies" in Northern tIonan] to light up their show windows and to Iprovince south of the Yellow river at refrain displaying glaring advertise-lmessage saying that "in view of the] ments. Thus could the sixty to sev-lpresent civil warfare, the-Legation] enty thousand marchers accomplish t earnestly advises all American citi-] their silent tramp thr6ugh the streets lzens to withdraw from all districts of the dimly lighted city without hay-lot Honan south of the Y.ellow River." ing their thoughts diverted .from their lHe had previously sent like advice to prayers by a multitude of distracting lAmericans in Anhwei and Kiangsu. sights. Before returning to their I The American Consul at Canton homes the pious pilgrims assisted at'has reported that the American Bap- ~h~ Masses celebrated early in all ltist mission in the c~ty of Keehn has the churches of the city for their:been awarded to him by the Emperor special convenience, had previously left the city. / THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 16, 1927 "Invite Us to Your N~t Blowout" haer-Norvell Tire Co. GENERAL AND SEIBERLING TIRES Pimmm 4-0@O3, ~ Tldrd ms4 C~t~ Str~,ts OUR PLAN, PAY AS YOU CAN THOS. LONERGAN FURNITURE CO. 618 Moll Street Littla Rock. Arim~-- Cook Furniture Co. Wast Entrance to Arcnda Bldg. Telephone 4-2056 CASH OR CREDIT 613 Co-tar St Little Rock, Ark. Southland Coffee & Creamery Co. A. M. Wiegand, Mgr. 'COFFEE ROASTED DALLY" Phone 6644 111 West Capitol Avenue Peanut Butter Made WhiIa Yon Wait TYPEWRITERS L. C. SMITH and Coronas, new re- ,~uiltB of all make; als0 repairs and rebuilding. Carhon Paper a Specialty FINES PHILLIPS Typewriters and Supplies 102 Louisiana St. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Allen T. Brillhart GROCERIES AND MEATS Little Rock, Ark Quality First Phone 4-2414 625 East Secon~ CALL--- Little Rock Steam Laundry FOR GOOD ,WORK Family Finish and Rough Dry Phones 7_)75---7176 Third and tenter Streets THE HUB NED POE The Home of KUPPENHEIMER Good Clothes Chas. S. Stifft Co. This Guide can be utilized with the ass - ance that the merchants herein represented are thoroughly dependable and The Guard- ian asks its readers to patronize them. ud express orders especially solicited WOMEN'S 608 Little THg Ezeluslva Millinery Moderato Price. Lensing Millinery THE HAT SHOP Phons4-2658 NEWEST FALL MILLINERY $S.00 and Up Ground Floor New Donaghey Bldg. 703 Malm Street WELDING AND SPRINGS Why buy a whole spring when we can furnish you with any leaf or rebuild any spring? All spring leaves fur- nace treated and oil tempered. New springs for all makes of cars. We specialize in welding and springs. B. D. Brlckhouse & Son Phone 4-0528 312 Louisiana St. Little Rock, Ark. Wright Motor Co: Ltttle Rock, 400 Center Phone 6564---6565 North Little Rock, 200 E. Third Phone 4-1488 Drs. Green & Green CHIROPRACTOR Over 11 years continuous practiee. Phones: 4-4560 and 9513 205-6-7 Bankers Trust Bldg. ~ond and Main Sts. Little l~oek Measel Drug Co. Ninth and Rector We appreciate your patronage. Quick Delivery Servica Phones 4-1926---4-1927 Call Ellison Drug Store for anything iu the drug iine-~Sehool Books, Sup- plies Out-of-town orders promptly filled. Elhson's Drug Store R. C. CLARK, Prop. 323 East Washington Phone 4-3248 North Little Rock HIMSTEDT & SON PLUMBING AND HEATING 208 Louisiana Stree~ Phone 8342 WHITMAN CANDLES C. K. HEGARTY While down in town go to-- "PALACE CAFE Have You Tried the Rest? NOW TRY THE BEST! Fifth and Center 222 W. 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