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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 19, 1930 HISTORIC CARTHAGE, WHERE a time when its ancient glories would under King John had gained many tlements, wherein the Arabs were he visited the capitals of Europe and BLOODY MOLOCH ONCE REIGN- be restored. There was a timein the vantage points on the African coast brought under the range of Christian urged formation of anti-slavery se- ED, PREPARES FOR TRIUMPH OF Tenth century when its episcopate !and on the surrounding islands as a influence. !ci,.~ties. result of their explorations and dis- His activity until his death in i892 1 THE GENTLE EUCHARISTIC GOD iwas said to--~uumber thirty members. The special subject designated by ___ But it is recorded that in 1076 the coveries, which took place about the at Algiers was almost incredible, and His tlolyincss Pope Plus XI for the itisamarkofdistinctlonta of thi~ paper. Don't fail (Continued from page 5)! Church could not provide three North time that Christopher Columbus was one biographer declared that in a few I consideration of the study groups at adverti~ersknowlt.swe~ing their ads,W slaves emigrated to Europe. African bishops to consecrate a new makin~ his plans to ~ail for an un- years he laid out the work for gen- : the Congress is "Devotion to the ttolv 6or, this ~aper There is evidence, however, that member of their episcopate, and Grey- known land. These intrepid voyagers era,ions. Appointed Apostolic Dele- Eucharist according to Saint Au~vs- the head of the Church in Rome at ory VII was compelled to name two brouKht with them priests who not .~'~tlb of Western Sahara and th Sudan fine and tho Fathers of the African no time lost his sympathy for his be- foreign bishopsto act with the Arch- only ministered to the spiritual needs in 1868, he sent his miisionaries to church.' Carthage Christian history leaguered people in Africa and that bishop of Carthage. Yet the attitude of their fellow countrymen but the very heart of the continent and the Churehalways looked forward to of the church was such that m a more sou~ht to sprer, d the go~;p'.'] among succeeded in the erection of five vi- could afford no more fitting subject. recent letter of Leo IX to te Bishop the heathen with whom they came in ceritc~ apostolic in Equatorial Africa. =--:'---%---~-'-~'-'-'-'%-'-~ of Gumni we find these words: contact. That much was not accom- When the French occupied Tunis in ) ~*" "Carthage wil keep its canonical pii~hed in the succeeding years was 1881, he was given jurisdiction over primacy as long as the name of Christ due in a large measure to the heresies that country, and in 1884, three years ]shall be invoked within its walls, which spread over Europe following after being raised to the Cardinalate, F. W. Woolworth Co. lwhether its scanty monuments lie in the revolt of Luther, and which by he became the first primate of the ] dust forever as ,hey'lie today, or a weakening the Church internally pre- newly restored See of Carthage. Cath- Five and Ten Cent Goods, [glorious resurrection shah one day vented concentration on missionary olics who attend the forthcoming Specialties, Etc. ]cause its ruins to rise again." Return of Faith Begins : It is significant that when Tunis Special Sale Every Saturday twas captured by Charles V in 1535 During May. .there were still found in the city na- tive Christians, the last remnants of 816 Garrison St. a once powerful Church. Fort Smith, Ark. But little by little Christianity be- gan to seep back again into North African provinces. The Portuguese E~-..L2~_ --~7_ ~'~" .~"~_L'~_ .._'~--~" ~.~T~--T~~" ~-~ problems. Some inroads, it is true, Congress will see as monuments to were made, but they were not consid- his heculean labors the Basillca of St. erable. I Louis at Carthage and the Cathedral It was in the begining of the 19th century when the wrath of the civil- ized nations was aroused by the bold- ness of the heretical overlords of the North African coast, promient among whom was the Bey of Tunis,. that a conquest of these savages opened the way for the spread of Christianity as it is known in Africa today. The United States no less than _other Christian nations took part in the as- saults upon these destroyers of the of St. Vincent de Paul at Tunis. He L itnerestted himself particlurly in the suppressio nor slavery, on which he wrote his first pastoral letter at Al- giers, and toward the end of his life Choose Your Piano as the Artists do. free commerce of the world, but it Compliments of C----lim-nts of was France that delivered the final l ~Ulll[J ~ blow in Tunis and in 1878 conqueredI the country. A French protectorateI R I]b~|~' ~'|~l' ~ was established, and among the firstI G. M'g 0BY 0, ~~f__ |~ ~ fruits of the re-establishment of theI -~'~- Church was the restoration of the See l Fort Smith Ark, !of Carthage, of which Cardinal La-[ Fort Smith, Ark. , vigerie was made the first primate in[ Reed Music Co. 1881. , I 719 Main Street I Lavigerles Prodigious Labors I Little Rock ........... 7~--~--~1 Cardinal Lavigerie, to whose pew-| ~-.-~ ..... ...-:,,='T~:'-.~--~,_-. ers of organization much to the fruit-~ ........... ful work done in North Africa during] T "" ""., "" -" "~ "~ ~ :~' th~ latter part of the 19th century / / Dinner-- HOME "Good Things to Eat" Make your Easter dinner an 'event" worth remember- ing. Whether your menu is elaborate or very simple, HOME PLATE vegetables, fruits, preserves and relishes should find a welcome place on your Easter table. A Few Suggestions! 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