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A00TiVITI[S COUNCIL NO. 812 NOTES , THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, APRIl:, 21, 1.923 PAGE SEVEN m dM their part as it shouhl have been I,wonderful , magnanimous spirit of the DUBLIN PAPER I done for such an occasion, martyr and confessor of the early t Evening Smoker ages of the Church endures, God&apos;s , WOULD BLOCK WAY At night at eight o'clock p. m., the ,rights are ;afe, the Church's liberties -m members and candidates returned to u'e safe. the Cross of Jesus Christ is safe. "Here, then, is your plain duty--to I live courageously for your spiritual duties. Not with fear and timidity and conceahnent, but with the spirit of perfect conlidence in Him who has led us lute the truth, who h:ts'by His divine grace and special bencdic, tion shown us the one true, apo:;tolic Cath- olic way of life. There is no other, and every other that has any virtue or LEGAL CHURCH STATUS DESIGNATED IN FRANCE gal status of the Church in France. OF PAPAL ENVOY (N. C. W. . Seeial Cble) l)ul)lin April 23.--Attacks being made upon Monsignor Luzio, the papal envoy to Ireland, by the Free- nmn's Journal have aroused nation- wide attention. The Frecman's Jom'- nal, which is an ardent advocate of the Free State, ohjects to the growing appeal to the envoy to take steps to- (N. C. W. C. Special Cable) the American Legion hall, where an experience meeting was held" and a[ Smoker. The meeting adjourned at 10:30' o'clock. Presiding was the Gr:md l(night of the council, Mr. Toney Franey, and he makes a mag- nificent Toastmaster for such occa- sion, s. All addresses were improznp- ' tu. The remarks of the candidat*es were in some instances as good as certain parts of the work in the after- Paris, April 23. l'resident Poin- care, who charged three prominent jurists to examine the projected con- stitution of the Diocesan Association, elaborated by the Vatican, and to give their opinion as to whether or not is in harmony with French Legislation, has received from them a report in which it is coucluded that the project of the Holy See is quite compatible Sunday delegation of members attended Holy Com- Sunday last, April eight o'clock Mass, in St. [ 'ch, North Little Rock. Ion at Pine Bluff of Knights from this I Present at the initiation, I Bluff Council No. mon. Addresses by the,members odf between the French Government and the Vatican, for the purpose of es- tablishing, by common accord the le- It is not only by the imitation of Christ, but by actual union with Him, that Love becomes and remains the driving force of the Soul. One can do no more than gather the straws that float on the surface, and try to trace the course and mean- ing of their movements. If there be any towards whom you Bluff, Sunday last, class of thirty-five were only complimentary re- heard about tbe ini- r Own Initiation Will initiate a class of ore, Sunday, May 6th. was held Tuesday make arrangements Jn and as soon are completed, a be sent to all mem- leering Sunday at the meeting last, to hold another Sunday morning, 10:30 a.m. in the ttome, 609 Scott applications for members are cordially Present. Brother Lannon Lannon, 2201 Vance afternoon last, the meeting Tues- members repa," of our late brother rosary. for the Week men, are masters of K.C. INIT|AT CLASS af the Order Conferred in Evening. Pine Bluff Council No. of the Knights of to their membership class of candi- feature of of the order ninety per cent of in as Insurance that has never initiation before, or council before, with of institution of When the law of the that there be at least members in order to Mass off with plenty of in charge Fell, were march- Bro. Frank A. from Fifth ave- street, down Main to and west on Sixth ave- Catholic church, and accompanied tic members of the The celebrant the State Chaplain Who is pastor here, Tynin. The singing choir of the An- with Miss Mar- the accompanying the were Bro- t was prepared by the Catholic and delivered Legion hall r the candidates to Was held at the Am- at Fifth avenue degrees of the by the following: as Grand Knight; Brother Secretary; Joe by Bro. J. J. Puty Grand Knight Wm. F. Miller. took a prominent ification of the sec- also Father Shaf- of Little Rock C. Carroll, Jr., and of Pine Bluff Coun- Presiding at the the day was a member of and the choir was We have heard in a Jot Degree was conferred by Kerwin of Arkan" Nashville, Tenn. by Brother Tenn. The the degree team and each and all the order were made by District Dep- xlty Mallon of Tennessee. and Fred Kuhn of Nashville, and others from ,Tennessee, also by Past State Deputy J Frank Franey, and the Grand Knight declared the meeting adjourn- ed after an address delivered to the[ andidates by the present Master of] [ the Fourth Degree, Judge E. J. Ker- win. The attendance both at the smoker and the initiation, was large. Little Rock sent a magnificent dele- gation and they remained until it was all oven A prominent" visitor in the initiation was the present District Deputy of this district, Bro. John L. Mason, the present Grand Knight of Jonesboro council. The council is getting ready and is going to start immediately on another class of candidates, due to the enthu- siasm of the new-made members. BOSTON CARDINAL CONFIRMS CLASS OF 1,500 COVERTS Administers Sacrament to New Mem- bers of Faith of the Various Par- ishes for Previous Year in Holy Cross Cathedral--Impressive Cere- mony-Cardinal Addresses Them on Spiritual Duties. Boston, April 20.--The largest num- ber of converts ever received into the Catholic Church through confirmation at one time in this city were given the sacrament last Thursday in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. About 1,500 men, women, boys and girl: were received. Cardinal O'Connell presided and administered the sacra- ment to the ne wmembers of the faith. Largest Class There have been classes of as many as 1,000 since the Cardinal inaugur- ated the plan of administering con- firmation to the converts of the va- rious parishes for the previous year at one time. The occasion is yearly planned on a holiday, but the Cathe- dral was never more crowded than It was Thursday. The converts\\; were seated in the pews to either rode of the center aisle and then it was necessary to take pews to either side of these on the side aisles, so large was the number. Relatives and friends of those being received crowded the balance of the main auditorium and several tmndred were forced to stand wherever th6y couhi find room. The ceremonies of the morning be- 'an at 11 o'clock, when a Low Mass ,was celebrated by Rev. Robert Barry. The Cardinal was attended by Rev. William B. Finigan, administrator of the Cathedral, and Rev. Augustine V. Hickey, diocesan director of Catholic schools, as chaplains. Review The sermon, which was a review of the Catholic faith, was preached by Rev. Fr. Hickey. At the conclusion of the Mass the Cardinal, attended by the chaplains, /passed along the sanctuary rail scores of times, administering the sacrament to the large number At the conclu- sion of the ceremonies, the Cardinal took the occasion to speak a few words to those entering the church. "Today our beloved State dedicates .to the memory of the heroes who died .for her liberty," he said. "Patriotism is a noble and a glorious virtue. It is sanctified by God and blessed by Holy Mother Church. Therefore, she does ,well to commemorate the memories of all those who have served her by their lives and by their deaths. "gut we have another Fatherland infinitely more real than this Ameri- ca that we love with all our hearts the Fatherland destined by Ahnighty God from all eternity for the posses- )ion of His beloved children, the Fath- erland where God Himself reigns and qives, the Fatherland to prepare us for the entry into which Christ, our Blessed Lord, came and lived and died for us. "Just as much as the country must have an army of patriots to defend, when necessary its liberties and its rights, so the Fatherland of God has need of its army, spiritual army, and into that army you have been enrolled today by the great and hallowed sac- ament of confirmation. "Just so long as there are men and women who count life of little value ff only they can offer it to the service their country, their ,country is safe. o, tru it is, that just so long as the any truth adopts it or a(lapts it from that. There is only one. There are partial and half truths, but there is only one real, intangible and integral truth, and that is the truth revealed by God Himself, through Ills divine Son. "So, 1 beg Ahnighty Go(] and His IIoly Spirit today to fortify your souls, your hearts, your minds, th:)} you may become and be in reality what the sacrament of confirmation ,requires--true and faithful soldiers of Jesus Christ." BEATIFICATION OF PRIEST AND CARDINAL (N. C. W. C. Special Cable) Rome. April 23--The decrees ad- vancing the cause of the beatifica- tion of Father Garicoits, and approv- ing miracles in case of Cardinal Bel- larmine, were read yesterday. The Holy Father extolled the vir- tues exemplified in the life of Card- inal Bellarmine, referring to him as a star of the first magnitude on the horizon of the Church, and an ex- ample of an admirable union of faith with science and of high oftice with humility. Dates for the ceremony of beatifi- cation have been fixed for the fol- lowing cases: Sister Theresa of the Child of Jesus, April 29; Father Gari- colts, June 10, and Cardinal Bel]ar- mine, June 13. The French national pilgrimage will arrive this week to attend the tmatification of Sister Theresa. It is headed by the Bishop of Bayeux. It would seem that grace has a certain power, accumulating through the centuries,  of saturating even physical objects with its force, how- ever men may rebel. Make a rule of life by which you live --a rule about how you spend your day And keep it; and go on keeping it. ward peace. It accuses him of having- with the Law of Separation. Ambas- feel hardly, be zealous in the discern- no state credentials and has failed to sador Jonnart will leave shortly for ing of their virtues. print statements concerning him, Rome with text of the definite agree- which he issued to the press, referring ment. Evil spirits are at us all the time, to Ms bulletins as "anonymous" state- The announcement of the jurists' trying to get in at any crack they can ments, i report foreshadows a speedy end of find. They take advantage of any Envoy Makes Public Slatement ilthe negotiations, opened last year weak spot anywhere Monsignor Luzio has been forced to ..... , make a public announcement, in which he points out that Pope Plus] KLEgN SAID NgD : XI does not dream of interfering in '" " Irish political affairs, but that he is anxious to perform an act of Chris- tian charity, which he believes is not MADg ,Y OtlEB --qmiR k - foreign to his duties, inasmuch as he KiIg of Peace. Monsignor Luzio points out that the l'Hg MOST SANITARY BAKBRY' st desire of the Irish people for peace JOE JUNG, Proprietee. ""%Pi .dmt, *r / ms already been abundantly mare- [hestel, and that he intends calling on e Free State president, when he wily present his credentials from the Car- dinal Secretary of State. These cre- ]entials will authorize him to that mace action. Letters From Cardinals Logue and Gasparri Monsignor Luzio has just divulged he contents of two letters, one from Cardinal Logue to the Freeman's Journal, strongly condemning its mi@- representation of the envoy's powers and purposes; and the other from Cardinal Gasparri to Cardinal Logue, instructing the latter to facilitate the envoy in trying to effect a definite settlement. . C. FR#, . ING-POBBEBK PRINTINy CO. Phone 4 5144 117 Center St. Little Rock S00gl'Y,, CONVEI0000CE. PROFIT ia Delmdting Your vinp With tht SOUTHERN TRUST "COMPANY PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLIES DESKS Our printing plant is very complete, you not only obtain complete safet automatic feeding presses doing finest for your funds and 4 per cer4 interes: of work. compounded twice a year, but you sis Send for illustrated price list of know that your money is readily avail Office Supplies. able whenever you may require it. 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The Sisters of the Infirmary and the able medical and surgical staff connected with them, provide a Three Years' Course of theoreti- cal, practical and modern training, fitting the graduates for uccesaful future effort in all classes of nursing, both medical and surgical, and all cases pertaining to general hospital work. The Infirmary is acknowledged to be one of the best equipped in- stitutions in the South. It has a capacity of 250 beds, 100 private rooms and about 5,000 patients are treated annually. The next class is now being formed. Applicants must have one year of High School or the educational equivalent, and recommendation from reputable parties. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS ADDRESS SISTER SUPERIOR ST. VINCENT'S INFIRMARY Tenth and High Streets Little Rock, Ark. v m < '2' r ). "h g I