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t beans to u0 that nothing is 4] ~'~ "~ J AJ(~.~ A Cathllc Paper in a ~Oers and Catholic literature 7[ Perpetual Mi~sion--- ~euld have a large circu~atlon, as J[ h't every one may ha.v ..... y ,, ~~~~ Pope Leo X~,|. ~Y good reading which instructs 4| d Warns, and strengthens and ~I "The Guardian in ev~rlr Provaates the Christian virtues. I "-BENEDICTUS, PP. XV. 41 / Home"---Our Motto. ; :-_ . THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK XIX. LITTLE ROCK, ARK., APRIL 19, 1930 No. 29 KENNEDY, VACCINATION BEFORE IMANILA'S CATHOLIC EASTER'S TRADITIONAL ~AN SAVANT. BAPTISM OF CHILDREN DAILY RAPS "SCHOOL LINKING WITH BAPTISM THEOLOGIAN, DIES NEW ORDER IN MEXICO STRIKING" STUDENTS Mexico City, March 28.---No chil- To have a correct idea of the Eas- W. C. News Selwice.) dren can be baptized in the parish (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) te~ celebration and its Masses, it is April 12.--The Rev. churches of the Federal District Manila, April 12.--In an ed{torial necessary to remember that it was J. Kennedy, O. P., former here, nor registered civilly in the reviewing the events that led up to at irst intimately connected with ~r of Theology at the Cath- courts unless the parents or guard- the recent school crisis, when 10,000 the solemn rige of baptism. The iv~ csity of America and well ians prove by certificate, issued by pupils went on strike as a protest preparatory liturgical acts began on at ;her of theological works, lan approved physician or the De- against "an insult to the Filipino Saturciay evening and were contin- Iddenly of heart disease last lpartment of Public Health, that the race" uttered by a teacher at the ued during th~ night, so that, when his room at the Dominican child has been vaccinated, according North High School, Le Defensa, Ma-Ithe number of persons to be hap- of Studies here. Father Ken- to a governmental order just issued, nila Catholic daily, concludes: I tized was great, the sacramental who was 68 years old, had tak- This measure, according to Excel- "One of the roots of the evil from I ceremonies and the Easter celebra- with his associates in the 1 sior, has been made necessary by the which we are now suffering lies in I tion were united. an hour before I outbreak of a virulent epidemic of'the fact that children are no longer Thus, the first Vespers of Easter sdy was considered an small-pox, taught the Fourth Commandment, are connected with the Mass of Holy on the Philosophy of St. which is an eternal law and must be Saturday. They consist of one psalm Aquinas and had written SAN MIGUEL MISSION known by everybody. Once respect~ ann g,e ~ag,mca~. lae ~latms lmve for parents is lost, we cannot expect only one Nocturn and the office is I FIRST PROVOST NAMED I NON-CHRISTIAN EXTOLI~ BY POPE AT COLOGNE ~LESSED VIRGIN TO SINCE PRUSSIAN PACT JAPANESE MAIDENS By. Rev. Dr. Wilhelm Baron van Capitaine, (Cologne Corerspondent, N. C. W. C. News Service) Cologne, April 7.--For the first time since the new Prussian Corcor- dat went into effect, a provost of Co- logne Cathedral has been appointed by the pope. He is Dr. Joseph Vogt, former Vicar General of'Cologne. Under the Concordat of 1821, ap- pointment was made by the Govern- ment. the late provost, Dr. Midden- dart, having been appointed by ex- (By N. C. W. C. News Berviee) Vatican City, April 7.--A mo~- Christian professor at the Univer~jf of Kyoto, in the course of the year, gave a series of radio addreMe$ at Osaka in which he made freqnemt allusions to the "Blessed Virgin of the Christians." In using the Moth- er of the Christ as a model for 3apa, nese maidens, he spoke partieularl~ of purity. *"Purity," he said, "is mot a fiction. It is realized in its pep f~ction in the Mother of the Christ, on the subject. He had" extensively to the Encyclopedia. wninican scholar .was born county, Tenn. After at- at St. Joseph's Priory, in he completed his studies College at the Uni- PASTOR MARKS JUBILEE children to respect their teachers and shor~ because the clergy were busy Kaiser Wilhelm II. Canons also were 5.__The l the authorities, however "high they with catechumens, the reconciliation appointed by the Government unless Rev.SanWilliamMiguel' Nevins,Cal" Aprilfor twelve i may be or however great their pros-~'of sinners and the ~istribution of years Pastor of the Old Mission San :1 tige. Respect for authority must i have its root in the heart of the i alms, which wer~ given plentifully by their predecessors died in the so-call- the rich on Easter morning, ed "papal months"--January, March, Miguel, celebrated this month the individual and not in external things May, July, September or November. Under the new concordat the canons whom he Christians love to call 'Vi~ gin of Virgins." On another occasion, he said: "Our young-giris are prepared to becom~ good wives a~d good mot~ers. Here again the~ Christian Madonna is th~ of Louvain, where he was or- are all elected and appointed by the most perfect model for them. The' "~ returned to this country as Pro- Pope and the provost is elected by the ~ imitation of the Blessed Mary is .... more important to the edueatto~ ~f el Theology at the Dominican Pope from nominations made by the our young' girls than the heroic but omts out to t rival of the Christian year It has of Studies at Somerset, O., later spent some months in San tern which reason p " hem ' " ~ " Chapter. t less important examples of the ecle- was sent to the University Diego. He was born in Rochester, as th~ best for the formittion of the been called "the, feast o~ feasts," "the Dr. Vogt was born at Mouschau in ibrated wdmen of our national am- rg by the Dominican Gen-N. Y., and spent his early years in citizen. Let them do "t while the joyous Sunday. It ccelbrates the res- d of the Theological De- ! the State of Michigan. He was or- foundations of our house are not yet urrection of Jesus Christ and the Rhineland, the son of the town's May- nuts." t The Journal Osaka Mainiehi, om~ In 1906 he came t0 the dained by Bishop Borges in Detroit, destroyed." or. After his ordination he spent of the most important papers of aiversity as Professor o~f on February 20, 1880. foundatmn o~ the Christian religion. Since 1922 he had dev t- [ On Sast-~rn ~ the Church's The day is calle~t Easter because two years at Rome studying ecclesias-[ Japan' has earrmd a series Of articlell tical law. Returning to Germany he on the education of young womem. in the Dominican Hous~ The movable character of Easter, liturgy symbolizes joy unbounded, it falls in early Spring. The name, becamo a seminary professor and as- It, to0, has presented the Blemse~ here, as a teachero as it falls between March 22 and The mystic union of the Church with according to Venerable Bode, is prob- sisted in the editing of the Pastoral- I Virgin as a model for mothers a~l A,,ril 25 has ,iwn rise to incon- Christ in His risen splendor puts her and public speaking, veniences, par~cularly in modern ~t: :ab:::~sPhrtol:gfh3o:y thatte:tint~nu~t ably acorruption of Eostre, the name blatt, a journal for parish priests, future mother~. Famous Made,haw of the Saxon goddess of dawn. The He also produced a text-book on can-* were used to illustrate these articles. celebration of a special Pus- times, which have created movements " t ~r ~ ~ovision of the calendar, mak- is especially present in the first xlllek season of Spring being regarded as on and matrimonial law which is still or l~aster feast among Chris ........ 1 " [the dawn of the year, the name was regarded as the best of its kind. The Russians of the Orthodox be- goes back to the remotest an- ing the date of Easter fixed. Scien-tin which the liturgy has a different ti~s and other people have been Mass formulary for each day. Ever easily applied to the Spring Ilmnth orl Because of the extensive restora: lief have a eust0m of going in px~- :Y; though it is impossible to de- workin~ on this problem for decades, :do the words recur: "This is the day t tion necesitated by the present con- cession to their cemeteries the see- n.e '.he date of its introduction, i "=" " clot btl~ss the oldest Christian b"u-t-so)ar no simplification has been which the Lord hath made; let us b-'~IApril and hence came to'signify the[dition of Cologne Cathedral, the new[end Tuesday after Easter and plac- ct xl 'glad and iepo~ce thelem " , as old as Christianity itself found entirely satisfa or" y. . [Christian festival, lprvst faces a gigantic ta~,k.[ mg Easter eggs on the graves. il IBm n $ I]O. LI] $' Rock Street a. d Arkansas River me mm ANT$ n- | | -- m~m "mq m" " mmm ~mm . m