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PAGE EIGX L THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 19, 1930 .......... ] .......... :-* ~ *~'~ ~eacon since they er elected a member of the cathedral of its population Catholic and where, for men at Budapest, He EASTER SATURDAYS EXULTANT~oftin:::~e;~h~;ht::da;::th:~:obl:lwe;{de~ined~t: be seen'not by him chapter. . j for c@nturms, there ~ha,s been,a trad~- ed in the erection of al l~)etlc .... lnlaglmngs with which it is ex- /who read but by him who was oppo- For 25 years he delivered special tion of friendly relations oe~ween ............... ;.. +~. l~.^..;....b .......... a~o+.~+ ^ -- ~" / .~ ...... udents of Milan 1Church and State To a certain ex- ntinued from page 5) }pressed ~e. sermons ~or Lue ~ ' ..... s (Co ..... f ............. , ...... nI Paintings of Historic Value.who came in ever increasing hum-i tent the re!lglous hfe of Hungary, ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,., -mass the 11 uid l.rtese praises in ~ne ~xu,~a~ ~ / ,, ,, eious gluten, othels a q / ....... : Who paintings of these rotuli are bers He was an indefatigable work-immgled with its pohtlcs, and the IIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIill ~, ano~ner honey, others transform the flowerslEaste} Satmday nave lelt most interesting for the documenta- er in behalf of Catholic circulating Church is interested In affmrs of - into wax, others with their mouthsltrace in liturgic monuments. It con- tion which they give about the cos- libraries He assisted Father Casati State. But in the troublous times ..... form children, others put aside the stats in the "rotuli" in which it was fumes and liturgic usages of th5 in editing a magazine The aim of following the restoration of the con- 6"aDltal l-q2ar nectar from the gathered leaves 0 iwritten tha~ the Deacon held and un- time.~ Some of them were made with ~1 this publication was to" pass upon the' stitutional monarchy and the estab- "- truly blessed and admirabl~ bee, in' ell 1 it in'his hands while he sang great richness and magnificence. The ~ literary merits of Italian and for- lishment of the regency, Msgr. Or- Across From St. V which generation does not destroy r, e( ,, ,, ' pictures represent the Cburch, the' eign books Msgr Orsenigo himself senigo found plenty of opportunities Hospital. as c " "_ " ,s, r tuli were thin and long . ~ ....... " ehasttty, . once~ved the Holy V~r t'fne eo olled u- ~alchment on!fficmting Deacon, the heavenly is not a stranger to literary works, to demonstrate his diplomatic ability. . gin Mary, who virgin bore and virgin st r!pes oI 1 - P P _ theirs, the earth i]lumi~mted with di- He is the author of a monograph on He was often instrumental in bring- C%.|] |lo !:7.... ~J - ' - ., " e the words and mu- . . . ...... ~.,,x~a ~.,o a~, ~.., remained!" !uh~ca x, el e wrltt n .... show vine light, the bees showing then" m- Frederick Ozanam and has done mg about order and maintaining ' ' . s oI !:he cnan~, - Such was the eumous eulogy of the sled[ noee~ ........ I dustrious work and sometimes the i much original research into the am- friendly relations. bee that with time ended by being ing how they should De moama~ea, most impo,tant personages of th~i " " " .' con mounted the ambone, . , " . -. i biguous phases of the hfe of St. tHungary has also expemenced the Phone 5998 ......... ..... r~me_. He has written _~ ............... om~tted" ~ts memory, however, re The Dea -. - dine.sucn as sovereigns and Yopes.' Charles Rat a o " ~ charity and friendship of the Nuncio. T.._.I.....i I-I:..h .... '. ~ d slow1 unrolled l;ne r011. " . -,, I , . I . -- roaming m the anemnt codmes ~s al- chanted an '"" Y .... a aint The most remarkable rotuh are an article on the results of hm ef- He was pmt,cularly interested m the ,!However, he dm no~ rou ~up g_. I conserved in Southern Italy. The~ forts. Despite his other duties, he tPrblems of the laboring man and .... - at once, but let .~t hang ~rom .theI Benedictine monks of Montecassino~ -I ..... -,,na elm- to d~vat~_ to ~was one of those who sponsored the Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I oward ~ne ' ~ -* --'~ ............... , IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1"' %Sa~2~k~ad: ~aOsO~rl.t~ ,he,ght of the ambone ~ .... {have published important works on '~ charitable activities in his Milan founding of the Jesu,t retreat house - ~*'** Telephone 4-0S~ l ground. When k na(i reached ~nelthem i,~o,q~h I i ql~ ~. qnN ground, ttle other ministers little by' ' " !~ ....... B. D. BRICKHOU ....... ~ ........ roneu it u- a-din. This was ~ I It was while Pope Plus XI, then~ [ _ . . . ~i~---~ ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING it:I:I~le ..... P -'-g',e ..... c~o,~'~ o~ee theIBERLIN AWAITING ARRIVAL !Msgr Ratti, was at the Ambrosmn' I I It's atwavs time .... AI Autos.rviceand Tru&Statton.Spri., ,pamtmgslaOne's ~nar rnewmc,n auoP;:rPned it and whichl. OF NEW PAPAL NUNCIO , Library that he became acquainted [" I _ " . II %_"L../F~-[t rred to the meaning of the wordsl [with Msgr. Orsenigo. Soon after hisl [ tO pause and . Ilg~l/l~/.~lt W.W. BRIEKHOUS.E .... [refe ....... m,,~*ra / Berlin--Berlin and all GermanY:elevation to the Papacy, he selected[ [ .~.~..~..L ........ |~ II~X=_'bLil 312 Louisiana at. Little ~o~, ~rx. sung by ~ne ueacon. **'~ "" .... " I ' ~" ! ....... ~.~l,slooking forward to the or- the Milan -astor as his offlcml rep-I J l~]l~d.~lL "w~'bg'lb~L] L~~ tionswere Upslae-oown, lrom ~u~/ , r ' ' ]rivalof the new Papal Nuncio, 'resentative in Holland. In 1922, the] t ~ .~ A-~:~'~---~ - ........ ~ I ~- .... .~. T = T~'..~..~ .~1 Msgr. Cesare' Orsenigo, who has left newly selected diplomat was made I / am~{~ __~ __ "~ ~',Lr ~ fllilllllllllilllllllillllllllllllllllllltlllllllll , - - - /his former post in Budapest to go to Titular Archbishop of Ptolemy and] | ~l~[ ~ ~~" ' . Rome His arrival is expected me sent to The Hague as Papal Inter ] .... :~ [ Comphrnents of the / mentarily" , ; nuncio. Three years later he became [ [ ~,~ ~ ~fl"~'~ nla Berlin s [ | As reported in Germa , Nuncio to Hungary There he found [ I ~~~~~)~/.~