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PAGE SIX HOLY WEEK IN THE ORIENT (Continued from page 2) lface to face with catechumens, and be not evangelized. to their natural seriousness, lwith pagans, for whom the Church Holy Week is essentially a Mission THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 19, 1930 a new meaning when we are brought I vary were in vain for them, if they ] CARNEGIE PRIZE GIVEN PRIEST (By N. C. W. C. News Service..) Chicago, Ill., April 11. The Rev. Bernard Huss, a Catholic priest at Marianhill, Natal, South Africa, was recently awarded a Carnegie prize for his work in the field of social The tower is said to be six inches out service in Natal, it has been learned of line. Restoration work is pro- here. The award entitles him to make ceeding. thedrals here, now in Protestant hands, it is disclosed. A subsistence in the hill on which St. Asaph Cathedral. North Wales. which dates back to the sixth cen- tury, stands, has caused long cracks in the walls of the south transept After Mass, at which all have re- ceived Holy Communion, the Chris- prays.on Good Friaay. Holy Satur- Week "Behold I come to do Thy tians meet in the courtyards of the iday's long prayers presuppose the wfl ; it is the manifestation of Di- church, and chat and laugh anti make Ipresence of new converts, and they vine Love to the utmost "God so friends with new face~. Then all si~lare' in fact, the final step in the in- down, like the primitive Christians of .structions before Baptism. loved the worht as to give His only earl.~, Rome, to a feast in common. Above all, the Lamentations of begotten Son." And the missioner's Tenebrae, the yearning of God's love task i.+ to preach God's love to the At Peterborough, "death-watch" and the hfippy pastor pas~:es from ~a-[ ..... beetles have eaten away n-assive the protest meetings held blo to table, saluting each -in turn.~fr man m psahns and canticles, have pagans, co prove God's love, ~o ex- a study tour in the United States tend the ra(uus of lt~ reacnmg, antn AUTOS TO BRING MASS Before they leave for home, they a wider meaning when missioner finds .... , ', wooden beams put up hefore the year many against the Rt sian come in groups to the rectory to kneel himself in a pagan city. The heedless Lhrong of pagans amarketing on Good it include every man of every clime. TO ENGLISH TOWNS IN 1500, which support the lead roof of persecutions. for the priest's blessing and a final Friday, ignorant of the special ap- Itoly Week among newly-converted PRIEST-BARREN AREAS the cathedral, and, the magnificent The German Cat, heiic stone ceiling of the Eastern chapel party, the Zentrum or word or two; and then the busy week plication of the day for them, brings Chinese has the freshness and novel- is in danger of destruction. of real spiritual graces "is over. home to us their spiritual need. Christ ty of the first Holy Week in Palestine. (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) launched a campaign Holy Week a Mission Week loved them arid gave Himself for " ~ " r' London, April 8. By the use of propaganda and the 9r Now, for the first tram, our Sawou s motor-chapels and the organization REDS SMEAR ANCIENT Russia as a menace to Holy Weel~ in the Orient takes on them. and the Last Supper and Cal- CHURCH WITH SLOGANS !$H$$1111515515155111111511 ............ +l KAHN-KAHN MUSIC CO. Compliments ~514 Main Street Pine Bluff, Ark. Baldwin Pianos, Victor Radios, Radios, Portables, and a full and corn- PINE BLUFF, ARKANSAS plete line of Records and Sheet Music. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED $$$H$$$$$$$$$1555 .... One of Arkansas' Largest Insurance Agencies Passion is profiting them; now He is again, for the first time since His life on earth, offering them His Sacred Body. For the first time, too, these former pagans see in the Stations of have a startling value when uttered to a Chinese congregation of new Christians, as we preach to them [Christ crucified and the folly of the tCross, and when they are called upon ~to live a new life, hitherto unheard of. The love expressed on Holy Thursday, the humility and obedience of the CrOss 'these are new revela- tions to the pagan sunk in naturalism. And the message of this sacred season finds a ready response in ev- ery heart, while the simplest mind can understand the proofs given by Holy Week of God's love for man. The Missioner's Privilege Surrounded by our little groups of of borrowed automobiles, an attempt is to be made to provide regular Mass for the scattered villages in East Anglia, Where there are 1,000,000 people in an area of 2,000,000 acres, with only 38 places having resident priests. The scheme was outlined this week at a special service held at Aide- burgh-on-Sea, Suffolk, which was at- tended by the Rt. Rev. Dudley Cary- Elwes, Bishop of Northampton. A guild is to be formed under the patronage of St. Felix and St. Ed- mund, two great East Anglian saints. by enrolling helpers and subscribers. The Bishop is the President of the Guild. STRATA MOVEMENT AND BEETLES MAY DAMAGE ENGLISH CATHEDRALS (By N. C. W. C. News Serviced London, April 8. Serious damage threatens two pre-Reformatien ca- fervent neophytes, w.e celebrate Holy ........... ~- -~" Week with a special ~hankfulness that our lot is cast in places where we LAMPOONING RELIGION By Dr. Willy Elmendorff, (Berlin Correspondent, N. C. W. C. News Service) Berlin, March 31.--On the night i of Sunday, March 24, the ancient church at Krefeld was smeared with red paint. Painted on the walls of the edifice were such slogans as: "Religion is opium!" "It is not Rome against Moscow; it is Labor against Capital!" "Down with Rome and up with Soviet Russia!" A few days before, the wails of St. Sebastian's Catholic church in I Illllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllll!!llllllll Clean Comfortable --- Cool PINE BLUFF, ARK. Berlin were besmeared wi~h words. The same day a of young Communists break up a service at Catholic church, also in were dispersed by the police. 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