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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 29, 1938 PAGE FIVE of Aliens Army ortant inde- of the constitu- Franco's forces is 'Wing-Commander It. James, member Who wct to Spain given full facilities authorities to go and has now House of Com- as summarized Herald here., are: occupy only of the advancing only about 13 troops there. the Italian Under him four entirely Italian and the proportion of and 15 per altogether reinforcements received for three of Spain, includ- front, there Proportion of superiority is not by due to foreign resistance has International Bri- VIVE? Page 1) they should the Judge. He ost illustrious the Worst sinners, with His Called to serve God That is the existence. Those to serve Him in be humbly can refuse such endangering his days most of description of Blacksmith. Worktng, religious another most Which remains ':He looks the th0 face, for he What a everyone to days of easy themselves to living beyond salesmen, de- of merclum- a roseate is deceptive Of letting its de- The honest man a grain of only what he complain, about those no apparent bills, but give their failure men can un- isfertunes can not compre- is not censid- them that Iy now, he will oven, mer- People on- and denying They wonder }f the old gash- have a to teach their Yet often to on- cannot f- life they be- d develop in- be that pay the fid- evil that ex- students is that highway and l motorist They should some fares with Saved. An act value than because an dishonest is ! The thumb- into the expect his while he oll some lux- of Which which their as- and the their conduct do something There are so- without or to attack Two Graduate At Closing Exercises At Hattieville Hattieville, Ark.--The commence- ment exercises for St. Mary's school at Hattieville were held at 8 o'clock, Thursday night, April 21, in the parish hall. After a program of songs, plays and reading, given by the pupils of the various grades, the two graduates, Theresa Reiter and Jo-! sephine Ferricher received their diplomas from Mr. C. A. Berke-I myer, secretary of the board. I Inspiring addresses were de-[ livered by the Very Rev. Otto i Loeb, pastor, and Mr. Carroll Johnson, County Clerk. Father Loeb used the words contained in the salutatory -- "Faithful, firm and true"--as his topic and Mr. Johnson spoke on the necessity of thinking, making frieTds and continuing to smile. Miss Chris- tine Van Marion, county examin- er, a/ter speaking a few words to the assembly, delivered perfect attendance certificates to Louise Zimmerman, Helen Berkemeyer, Mildred Wiedower, Rita Berke- myer, Monica Noll, Geneva Reiter, Jeanette Sponer, Helen Reiter, Wilbert Noll, William Beck, Her- man Berkemeyer and Theresa Reiter. Jeanette Sponer, Jeanette Beck, Marie Hartman, Mildred Fryer and John Hewry Berkemey- er received certificates of promo- tion to the junior high school. 26 Members of U. S. Hierarchy Live In State Capitals (By N. C. W. C. Ne,ws Service) Ceremonies being held this week and next, which mark the formal i erection of the State of New Jer- sey as a new Ecclesiastical Pro- vince, and which follow closely upon similar ceremonies in Ken- tucky and Michigan, bring up to 116 the total number of Ordinaries subject to the Apostolic Delegation in Washington. This is shown by a survey just completed, which also reveals that three Archbishops and 23 Bishops in the United States have their residences in the Capitals of States. Danish King Aids Founding of Shrine Copenhagen, April 18. (E}.Their Royal Hignesses the King and Queen of Denmark recently visited the Priory of the Benedictine Fa- thers and the convent of the French Assumption nuns. His Majesty spoke in high terms of His Holiness Pope Plus XI, and declared it had been a real joy to him to be able to contribute to the foundation of a shrine to be erected in Rome by Danish Cath- olics. i almost every thing under the sun. Conventions are held and lengthy speeches are the order of the day. If so many agree to help a cause, why does it not succeed? If so many are really eager to spread the knowledge of Catholicity and to expose the errors of Commu- nism and Fascism, surely more progress should have been made by this time. The reason for the lack of success is that there are too many "joiners" and not enough workers. It is easy enough for ne to sy he will help, but it is quite another mtter to go to work in an honest to goodness fashion and really to put forth ef- fort for the success of a certain cause. The test of zeal is, when one can really suffer hardship for a movement and can carry on to the end. Perhaps the method used in Ireland might he adopt- ed in this country. The "Emerald Isle" has done yeoman's service before for the faith and tho sons and daughters of Erin lve the reputation for being fighters. Let us see how they fight Communism. They make a pilgrimage to the shrine of a famous saint. Here Is an example of what it means to make a pilgrimage to St. Pat- rick's Purgatory at Lough Derg. There are 3 days of fasting with one meal a day, consisting of dry bread and black tea. These three days are spent on a rocky island, barefooted and in prayer. Next the penitents spend a whole night in a church, praying aloud, until the first Mass, which is at 6 A. M. Even then no sleep is permitted until 10 P. M. Despite the severity of this pilgrimage large numbers have made it and the numbers are increasing. If you think you are for something and want to fight for it; try something like this. It beats conventions. AS BLAZE OF GLORY HAILS THREE NEW SAINTS (Upper photo) decorated with thousands of lights, St. Peter's Bsillca is shown brilliantly illuminat- ed, Easter Sunday for the canonization of thre new saints. In the lower views, the candid camera follows a worker (left) up the immense dome of St. Peter's. where torches are placed (center) and workers on the very top of the cupola (right), make electrical connections on the Cross. Italy's New Saint This is the first of three stories of the lives of St. Andrew, St. lovanni Leonardi and St. Salvatore of Horta, who were raised to the highest honors of the altr at ceremonies presided over by His Holiness Pope Pins XI at vatican City on Easter Sunday. II. St. Giovanni Lconardi self to be guided by his confes- By Msgr. Enrico Pucci, sor. The latter, when Giovanni (Vatican City Correspondent, N. Leonardi had reached the age of C. W. C. News Service) . 28, told him clearly that he should Giovanni Leonardi was born in ibecome a priest. The young man Diecimo, in the territory of Luc- 'at once began ecclesiastical studies ca, Italy, in 1543, in the ponti:fi-iand, after three years of prepara- tion, was ordained December 23, 1572. His piey and zeal made him well known to his fellow-citizens and he soon began to be regarded with the highest veneration. In 1574, he compiled a Catechism to render more easy the teaching of Chris- tian Doctrine. For more than three centuries it was used in the dio- cese of Lucca. The foundation of the Congrega- tion of the Regular Clerics of the Mother of God was made by Gin- vanni Leonardi in an almost im- perceptible manner. Two men be- gan his presence and evidence a desire to consecrate themselves to the Lord: the Ven. John Baptist Cioni and Brother George Arrigh- ini. The latter had obtained the Church of the Blessed Virgin in which to officiate and, on Sep- tember 1, 1574, the Congregation was founded. Very soon the first Religious were joined by others, care of Pope Paul III, the among whom was another Ven. who convoked the Council of Ceasar Franciotti. Trent. As the youth showed a The Holy Year of 1575 enabled great inclination for piety, his par- the Saint and his companions to ents sent him at the age of 13 redouble their apostolic works. to an uncle, a parish priest, for in- The propaganda that Protestant re- struction in religion and letters He made great progress in both fields until he was 17, when he was sent to Lucca to learn to e a chemist. In his mind he had felt the voca- tion for the ecclesiastical state and therefore his life was nourished with exercises of the most piety. However, he allow him- HUNT.CHURCHMAN DRUG COMI"ANY Wwo Stores--- 5th & Main  Phone 2-2267 Park HlllPhone 2-0262 NORTH  ROCK, ARK. formers sought to make in the. ] town of Lucca gave them occasion I to show more vividly their zeal I for the defense of the Catholic Faith. Notwithstanding many per- secutions, the Saint succeeded in ouning a monastery for young men desirous of a religious life, and, in 1565, obtained the canoni- cal erection of his Congregation and founded two other Congrega- tions of priests. When he went to Rome in 1585, he met St. Philip Neri, who presented him to many prelate and to Pope Gregory XIII, who exhorted him to con- tinue what he had so well be- gun. In 1587, the Saint returned to Rome further to consolidate his Congregation, but he had to pro- long his stay there for many years owing to opposition raised in Lucca by his enemies, who suc- ceeded in preveating his return home. He therefore made Rome the center of his activity. In .1592, Pope Clement VIII, who held him in the highest esteem, sent him as Pontifical Commis- sary to the Kingdom of Naples to regulate questions regarding a sanctuary dedicated to Our Lady. He remained three years in this office and then returned to Rome. In 1595, the Pope confirmed the Congregation founded by him and placed it under the immediate de- pendence of the Holy See. He was then sent as Apostolic Visitor to his birthplace, Lucca, and then HATS MEN'S OI.JBANF, D AND BLOKgD M OR RISO N THE HATTER 523 Main St. Phone 99T6 Allsopp & Chapple Beokullers & Stationers 301-S09 Main Str Call DAN DEAK&SAUGH For Office Suppliea--P 9612 BABY CHICKS ALL VARIETIES Book Your Orders Now WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FEED PADGETT FEED STORE 1008 W. 7th Phone 6767 Hegarty Drug Co. Comer Fourth and Main Sts. Phone 9111 Little Rock, Ark. HIMSTEDT PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY Serving Little M For More 20 YEARS AIR CONDITIONING Installation and Repairs HEATING Reliable SatlMaetery 401 W. Capitol Ph. 6153 _L St. Patrick's To Have Large First Communion Class North Little Rock.--Seventeen boys and girls will receive their First Holy Communion at St. Pat- rick's Church, Nineteenth and Maple streets, North Little Rock, I at 8 o'clock Sunday morning, with the pastor, the Rev. Father Jo- seph M. Burns, officiating. Fol- lowing the ceremony members of the class will be guests of the pastor at breakfast in the' recrea- tion hall. In the evening at 7:30 o'clock there will be the annual May Day ceremonies, consisting of the Crowning of the Blessed Virgin Mary by Leona Jean Shook an the Act of Consecration by Helen Louise Pabian. The singing of May hymns and procession of the :children will be a part of the pro- gram, which will be concluded with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Members of the First Commun- ion Class will be Mardin Louise Smith, Bernie Foster, Dorothy Ballman, Walter Benthal, Julius Foster, Shelby B. Foster, Clyde Chancy, Billy Raymond Morrow Joseph C. Moix, Isahe Marie Dan- is, Billie Roslyn Jones, Mildred Alma Wilkiewicz, Marie Frances Twhilfield, Frances Marie Cas- avechia, Gertrude Ann Miller Aleene Ballow and Kathleen Bal- low. I ! to the celebrated Monastery of Monte Virgine, where he presided over the General Chapter. Re- turned to Rome in 1601, he was entrusted with the church and parish of Santa Maria in Portico, one of the most famous sanctuaries in Rome which from that moment became the Motherhouse of his Congregation and it is there his venerated remains repose. Very soon other charges were entrusted to him, such as that of Visitor of the Benedictine Order of Val- lombrosa, of the Monastery of Monte Senario, of the Servants of Mary and of other various re- ligious communities and houses. But the great work which is linked to the name of St. Giovanni Leonardi, was the foundation of the College of Propaganda Fide, in which he was most authorita- tive counsellor of Monsignor Vires who conceived the idea of such a foundation. The college thanks to the encouragement of the Saint, began, in 1603, in the very house of the above mentioned Prelate. Very soon the utility of this in- stitution became much appreciated and Pope Urban VIII placed it under the direct dependence of the Holy See and gave it its name. Today that College is one of the most beneficial institutions of the Roman Church. In the midst of this multiform activity St. Giovanni Leonardi was approaching the end of his life. More than once he celebrated the General Chapter of his commun- ity and the last time was in 1608 on the very eve of his death. He fell ill at the beginning of the summer of 1609, but continued the spiritual direction of his broth- ors. He died October 8, 1609. Pope Paul V, on hearing the news of his death, said that a great Serv- ant of God had died. His' body was buried in the Church of Santa Maria in Portico where, in 1861, after he was beatified by Pope Plus IX, it was placed under a monumental altar erected in his honor by special concession of the Holy See. OLD SHOES MADE NEW; NEW SHOES MADE TOO METRAILER AND HART Custom Show Made to Orde Over 37 Years In the Same Location Shop No. I Shop No. S 110 E. 4th St. 12th & Main 4-0716 Phon 0S5 I II ECOHOMY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING PRESSING Robert $. KtrSll, lv. 619 Main St. Phone 2-9782 North Little WE DELIVER any place in Little Rock and North Little Rock. School Is Place For Promotion Of Catholic Press Milwaukee, April 22. (E).The classroom is the place to begin to establish the Catholic Press, to inaugurate tl,e campaign for its promotion, the Roy. JerDme W. DePencier, O. S. M., of Chicago, Editor of The Servite and Vice President of the Catholic Press Association, declared Wednesday in an address to the thirty-fifth annual meeting of the National Catholic Educational Association here. "Because press and school strive for the same objective it is fit- ting that a representative of the Catholic Press Association should be among the first to greet this assembly of the Catholic Educa- tional Association," Father De- Pencier said, "and should .have the opportunity to congratulate you on many noteworthy achieve- ments of the past year and to as- sure you of our best wishes and earnest prayers for continued suc- cos. Lack of Circulation Is Weakness "Because the Catholic Press and the Catholic school advance to their common objective over dif- ferent highways it is but an every- day norm of common prudence that the two columns be joined in such perfect liaison that every undertaking, every tactic, every aim of the one is perfectly under- stood and supported by the other." Asserting that "the weakness of the Catholic Press is lack of cir- culation," and that this deficiency "has long been recognized and subjected to vigorous treatment," Father DePencier added that "cold figures are conclusive evi- dence that whatever we ha'e done is not enough." "Heretofore the Catholic Press has asked support chiefly of an adult audience," Father DePen- cier continued. "If my analysis is correct, if all, or part, of our audi- ence based its judgment and con- duct on a premise of false value, if it is hardened in unsympathe- tic ways, then our appeal strikes deafened ears and the result never can be other than disappointing. 8h0uld $rt i Classroonl "It is the vocatlon o the edu- cator to inspire youth with noble ideals, to teach and train the young in correct habits. In our schools mere babies learn that not on bread alone doth man live, while ardent adolescence is hab- ituated ever to increase in wisdom and grace. Here, then, is the place to establish the Catholic Press. Here we should open our cam- paign. Press and School Cooperate "There always has been cordial cooperation between Catholic Press and Catholic School. The Press unfailingly has defended the right and very existence of the School; it has reported and ap- plauded the efforts and sugges- tions of Catholic educators; it has striven to enlist interest in both the current activities and general welfare of the school. On their part the schools invariably have rallied to the support of the Press; they have joined actively in drives for circulation (as recently in Cleveland, where the schools have secured almost thirty-five thou- sand new and renewed subscrlp, tions for the Universe Bulletin). ST. ANTHONY'S HosPrrAL MORRILTON, ARKANSAS Most Complete Shoe-Rebuilding SERVICE! Our factory-trained operators, using modern factory machin- ery and most improved methods give our patrons an outstand- ing servieel We specialize in "/NVISIBLE HALF.SOLES" JOHNNIE'00 SHOE SHOP