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Page Four THE GUARDIAN. MAY 7, 1927 3 EL DORADO PASTOR AN ;WERS EDITOR OH LETTER to the principles of the Constitu- organization amongst the members lion and laws of the United States of his church Should the Pope ever enact laws It happens that I lived for six l which would make Catholics' adher- years in Italy, so am somewhat fa- once to the Constitution and laws of mfliar with Italian affairs In order this country difficult( which is ira- to understand the political situation REV. GREGORY H. KELLER REPLIES TO EDITOR STANLEY AN- possible), Catholics would not ~,bcy there one must review a little his- DREWS IN THE EL DORADO DALLY NEWS him. for he is suprenle in matters tory since 1870. In ilia( year the of faith and morals, but not in urn- armie.s of tt~ Risorgimen~to under ANDREW'S COMMENTS lChUrches today have in their creed p~r'.al things.. Ca,tholics follow J'~- Garibaldi, swept over the Papal Mr. A1 Smith, an Eastern I)omo-I the tenet that all babies dying be- pnclt]y ChrBt's command, "Render,states and took Rome. Pope Pius[ erotic hope for President of the Unit-lfore baptism are confined to Purga-tunto Caesar, the things that are~IX lnado no real efi'ort to stop th,~m! ed States, answered the question imtitory," etc.; and adds, "Yet few folks , . , - ' tCeasars and unto God the things for he did not consider the Papal to him by Charles C. Marshal1 Man- believe or observe those creeds " I th .... ' .... i " ! a~ ale Gods. states worth the price of human hattan lawyer, on his allegiance to his~know of no church that has this, church, sand the constitution of theitenet.~ ~ . I presume, though, that he.tot Ttm, WhatqUestiOnwouldreSolVeSCatholiesitselfdo ifdWnthe blood.Iiowever, when the Kingdom of Umted ~tates. uas attempting to quote Catholic . . I * It is held thin a man cannot be en- belief. Constitution should be change or laws'Italy was set up wi.~h (.he capital at Ibe passed inimical to Catholic be- Rome the Pope did nol l'eeo~nize tirety true. to his church and to ti:e The Catholic church, however, lief?" But this is hardly a fair that govermnent as the lawful ruler c~mstih~tio~ a~ the same time. does not teach that bahies dying be- question to ask Catholics any more of Italy, dt least of that pal~c once That 'dis.tint(ion comes very much fore baptism are confined lo nur;za- ....r, ory, -a place of punlsnment." ''me i than Methodists. Baptists, Episco-:~roverned by himself, since it had @aint 0bn'e SECURING FOR THE DIOCESE OF THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. SEMINARY FOR THE ARKANSAS Any Full Burst or Share in an Incomplete Burst noted. An Incomplete Burst Will Be Gratefulb alld Recorded. in the Catholic churc~ as it does in a ~,)alians ol -m,, other~' The-" have been -.; ..... , ........ , A J3ut'se Is a Sum of Money Invested and _ro~e.,~. '.~,__.,_ suprelno authority of the church has '~ ' , ~ .,. ~ .~.,~etl no~ oyrq4nr ou~ o~ r._~ , A1 .... * ~, " alld v ,.a,~. c~.urcm ~ .. ........ Itheir tenets an(] practices us( the" might. ~nteresc ways m rrovlde Board, Lodging Some e)lurches today have in their,"'~ smreo wna~ oe.eoraes oz SUCh i sanle as Catllolics have and there, Countless loyalstmpo,ters of l{is for One Seminarian. , . . .souls other than that they do not~. . . ~ : creed th~ t i;< t that aH babms dying 1 ---~- , ~" '~.~ "i ~ . . .s lenioY Heaven since it is wri++--t s just as much hkelihoo'd of lawslrefused also to recogmze the right ~ ..... -~-- oetore ~mp~ sm are confined to par- " " ' ' ~" i Y-, " " " I , /Iohn III 5~ "uuless '~ n .... ~.,~ ~ ..... .tbeng lassed lmmwal to them as to of the de fact,(} Fulers and exoresscdt qq, TI'-'~T~r~T~Q QI~'~ffTNTAlm)'V T')TTD~"~I~ "" ' 'tc~aln ~ xx,.~e~- ~nN ~.. LI 1 g~. . ~v,ab.o,lcs,an(ltnelr reactions wot,,(lll:flelr lhg'lpprov%l /)y relusing LO re(el dante and I. a chrV'ti.m Yet few " ......... a ............. o,y unosu, i " I "~ : ~ :" .......... . ......... , ;undoubtedly be the same \Vlwn or t~k~ part in civil affairs Be ] folks he': , ' -' . :n,e eaullor enter 1NLO l;ne Klllgaom : ~ " ~ ..... - i . _,,exe ~,~ oeserve (nose creeuS, iof God " There is a nnivers'fi be I other religions were forbidden in cause of this attitude on their part] COMPLETE - llo h:," ................ P ..... '" .. - certa.in countries of Eurone thai*" we found a h-ndful of M'lsons run- ST. MARY'S BURSE, IIot Springs ..... It " . '*'*..~, ....... e~ (~*~,u*.~5, wabllOlle Lne- ' " * ~ ............................... is hel{t tn.at a Cathohc can(o( be}o.togians and lay ~eo,qe that such}membc'rs were .just as re~ractious]mng a country ahuost entirely MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock a goou t a~.honc and sup err the con J ' ~ . - . - ............ ' "; P -','ou]s en%- and will eternall los Cathohcs were m other eountmeslCa&ohc, confmeatlng all the[ANVr~ c'~krIi~q I~IIDRIp I);.~. DI..# stitution of f.ho ITnif,ol e~-.~. [" " O X, . Y en-I ...... ~ , I ........ v .......... , ....... u** ..................... .... - ......................... toy '~ state of ~erfect natural ~...- iwhen their rehglon was forbidden, lenurehes, schools, chain(able lnsh-[ ............................ I ...... States ~,,,t admitt-':' "'-'' ~: a'ter birth These could hardly belfair play it is an insult to our in- e able to win their sha. e of]KNmHrs COLUMBUS, Am ANSAS ........ i ii_i ....... ., .~ , , eu tna~ lie ann ms " " ' ~ ubli e .... .4, I,.-;a ~.. ~.^ ,,*..-. e_, ,, ~ t telhgence to sunnose that an~ diffl-IP c o~heers. Pohtleal partms were! own cnlt( rep~ were schooled exclusive- ~"*" ~" u~ ,ew J_uiKS. , rr " " ~ ; . }. TXTOg%llrnlr Tamm nTTnc~~ ..... ~- , ;. - ~eutties that might arise could not~zormeu, orgamzauons came tnto ex-i ' ,axvumru,',~ ~ur~ ly in parochial schools t~---bpeaKmg of Governor Snlith , . " I.. \" ...... ! " ,, , oe easily settledWe had an ex-listence and ~ne WhOle country oe- I -- ' Mr Smith has NewYork sold on Mr. Andrews says, Mr Smith an- ample' of the latter" " with the " le .... [ his sincerity in this respeet---whetheriswered the charge as most folks enact-i aid: mt~le t~fsa u;]~d klngdom~. [ BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ,~ he can s ',l -- " " "--- - t thou~ht he~ we '" ,:..Iment of prohibition A number ell t ,, o -er, ~ne repel m~.~ r,.._s_ ._ L_ ,_ , ..... ~''~'e, It .eltne res~ oI one eountryl ~. Ula answer ;t--- tna~ .... " ...... too'- -" "" " ~--~, .... r. ! .ue x~ur, e to De Kno'~n as nae msnop DYe" ,. Wi I ' - ~ ' . l chUrches, inemuing ~ne wa~node K no ulreermg parr, me~e,y uzo- . . . ~1~ 1 depth(} o.n whether he gets alas betlwee~ the church and the laWSlChureh, use wine in their divine]ins them to enjoy their privileges aslhOnOr to {;he first B1shop of the Diocese of L, ttle chance ~o ~o it. ]o, m]s ceun}ry the laws and thelservices. The law could stand and~icitizens, and encouraging organiza-lhas a credit deposit of $4,887.47. This Burse callsfor" constitution must come first ...... "~. " ~ M .......... ] .... " _ {the services continue as usual by ltlons that taught c~hzenshlp, but lamount of donahon., and its ~nresent sum total th he~]:s~o~:~o:,n states m ms answer (nayt the an~ansas Gazette in its ac-I the simple measure of allowing ileaving it to the individual to choose!large arid small donations b,, those interested in pe~ - PP , eti to any relation between count makes no such quotation of, ...... ........ t z J~d " ' " wine Ior sacramental prrposes onlyl Ills party alilllatlon ,~ .... l'lv~ Church and StateBut some ask in Cavor.. 1+ .... +oo . , ..... " " ., . " . , th , name of B~sho B rne in connechon with the P : .......' " t'~ .......... ~ ........ , ........ as IO~-[ u ~vtr..~ndrews quotes Pope Plus(" I~ 1.s rat, her unfair' ~or one SltU-' .,' ,. ......... P Y " ,_ ,., ~ne ChOiCe rmtweea enureh and state lows "I recognize no power in thetis .~ f,l,,~,~. "w ..... ~,, ~, .... - "~ted ~- ~- ............. ~. . ;,~ ene diocese wnlcn lie organize(1 anct unl;o wnlen u~, .- ; in final authority which would you institution of m -, ~ ................. ~ ............. f ..........~. .............. ~ ....... r .... ro~,,~+ M, ,, ".'-- { - y chinch to mter-,ofconfhctmg lawsthat the C:vll~such mea~-er lnfornmtion eoneerninglpra3ers, of his work, and of his hfe. _, .~-,~,I,,~C~ *~ SlnlI~I2.r . , . ~- I fero w~th the operations of the con " 1 tO~ ....... ~ . - ..... flaw prevails is on error I't, with such little understanding of/ The Bishop Bgrne Burst is a popular one, .,a tope vms iA write. ' #~tution of the United States or the' " " I . . "'o " " D~ ,m ....." ........ I ~ " [ I do not ha~e any authenticver-~h.s natmn~ temperament and wlthleven donations of one dime or mare will he aecept .u ~'ay In ~ne case oI eon~neunglcmorcement of the laws of the'stun of this pronouncement, but:such slight knowledge of its in-lob; .... a ....... a;~. ,~., ~,,, ~,,,~;,, ~ ........ laws that the clwl 1 , ~- - - "" "aw prevails is aniland ...... , ....... ~,-~- ~ ........... .... ..ary records. . ,, ~ l even accepnng mr. Anurew s q lot, a- ~ernal proolems, ~o pass a juu~ent/~. , errm. . I nave no authentic t .... . .. ; . ~" t'revloasly acknowledged ........................ " ........................ ,' .......... 1 ' extof Gov-,tlon as true, there is nothing verylof the activities of any eJ its or-/ ........ , ,~,,,: ,,and cope. I~eo XIII wrote." ternor Smith's answer, ' since it willlterrihlo~............. nhan~:it R ...... ;~,,~h~'~ani-,'~'m-~ /Pupils of Sacred Itcart Academy, Helena, Ark ............. Ovel the m~ghty mulhtude of not be available until April 25th, tst t t.~ b ~ F Cathohc Dau biers ~ man'-i .... ......... ]- - " ' " " " -" I. a;e laws should prohibit any reli- t ---Mr. Andrews says that we / " '" g of A nerica, Fort Smith, Ark. ..... ::T: ~nu, t,o(1 has set rmers wl~n ~netbut the quotation from the Arkan- ~i ~ " ' ~ "" ' ~h , ' ' no~er to ~ovorn nnd h~ hn .... HI,~AI ,. ~ ......... ~. o ~, I am smc no zealous ]ellgton-lo. all probabl3 hear more of this Thanl~sgiwng, Anonymous, YIot Springs, Ark .......... ~hat o-- ~((-'" ,7~ "~ -~, ;'"'~.Isa~ uazet~e woum oe m perfect con-list of anydenominaVion would religious discussion and he is un-[I~,natian KnD, ht~ S H A~a .... ~,~,,, a,~. ne ol ~nem U;ne rope) sn0Ulalformitv wifh C..~+h,~l;o ......... +..,,~.~.~.~ ~ , ,~ ........ , , ,, . . . ' " " ~ ~ ~, , .......... a, ....... , ,,,L. .... t_ , ...... ,, ................... ~'i supinely anew ms renglous r]gnts aountemy right,but I am sure that ,, ..... ,, ue flea(] u all' 1 " ~ .... ' I " ' " I lklnul" ~There ]snotnmg m the Constltutmn t~ ~'- + .... ~a ...... "~^-* ~, o x (, ......... " .... '~' :~ - ...................................... -- It Mr. bm!l;n respects the auehor]t or the 1 , ' ,' , ' ,: , . ~ 'Donation from Levy ............................... ~; of his Church he canno" obe th Y " aws. ofthe Umted States tinning most earnestly and actlvel~ have been avmded and a great deal l ~. ~:~ .............. ~.._ :ye con-t thatCathohcs cannot conscien-~the justice, of it. To make ~t milder of misunderstanding prevented in lBequest of Late Mrs. Bridget Sinner( _~ ~t.lbUbtOll in conlllCl; Wltn 11; io ' "" " ~ - ..... t usly beheve and pmetme " " A ' . ...... ..... !suppose the state laws merely hinder the future, if those who make pub-1 Anonymous, Hot Springs, Ark ................... " .......... l- s rang ago as ~a'~ the uatnonc~the free exercise of religion; we lic utteranee~ con(tuning Catholic( ~a n lr~,~.~ I ___.___.~: T~.:Pgo~,e'i~'~4]iu:;::king before b:~?{PdS S~.en.t~s, ~r..2}~birSh2P}Sn :fco:hnei~:dedhst:~eI~em:mit~i:;rt th:ft ~h:l th:l;h~'~g211~dh ~;:a:t':,~d ~2(;flodrt s~';e~d{ ~hildir:n of S:er;:~l;:: :;akdemy, Helena, Ark. fore the students after the conventionleil at Baltimore, published this dec-Icivi1 law d,oe~s not -revail at least!in,. (;ue a-a .... u~M. ~.~'!Pupils of St. Anne's Academy, Fort Smith, Ark.__ of Palermo, ~ald: !arahon: We owe civil and politi- in all cases overreli,douscon 'from ,h~o,~ ; .....;H~. ~ ~ St. Andrew's Cathedral School Children "Th ' " I " , ~, -, ..... ~ -, ,, vu .......... {now .................. uartakin~, in nn]itlo= , .......... I ...... ., . . i smence,when ]t adjudged the fas they do ]n seeking arguments Pupils of St. Anne ~ Academy, Fort Smith, Ark .... e Azmne Cattohca while not cal allegiance to the several statesI - . 1 . . , . . io tea;h~ C;tCoi;cfth:~ b::: ;n2en:;I~:n:r:~;n we nve and also ~o our Oregon school law unconstitutional, land objections against the Catho]iclThanksgiving .... : ..... ' ~ , Y g govermr~ent When ~e ac-~ ur wn f ~ ............................................................ ....... ,, I ' " I 0 o ederal government de- ,Church . , I Cathedral School Pupils ..... mamng use oI pol~lCS knowled " t, .............................................. The Azione Cattolic" " - - I ~ . .ge the splmtual and' eeele-lereed thatthe Prohibition laws must l Any Catholic pr est will gladly lOur Lady of the Holy Souls Punils .......... a relerred to m s.astical supremacy of the chief r v ..... I " " ................................ ....... I Jnot p e aft to the extent of depr]v-lg~ve whatever Infor~matmn he can , ~ne social midda of the Catholiclbishop of our Univercal church the in~ religious organizations of the]concerning it, not his private peII .......... church. IPope, we do not thereby detract| - .. . " .. ' . . Total ....... : ......................... _ ............................. - ...... The fa,thful eommun,cant of the from the allegiance to which our"Wine necessary for the d,~me serv [sonal oplmons only, but the author,- . ..................... ,~ -, .. - . , .... ~ ~lces. /muve teacmngs oi ~ne cnurcn , ~t~r~ur r~l--t~-~^,-~ ~oK~,'- t, acnonc church Is reneved ol aJl re- temporal governmen~ are plainly' I . " ~. s onsi ....... ] " 1 D Mr Andrews quotes, or rather Speaking for myself I might add/Very Rev Monsi or A P 11 . . ----- p . runty cz decision by rules of/entitled and which we cheerfullyl * "'~. ......... I ............ 1 - " gn . . Ga other. Mend. Ark ....... ' ' ~ne VOD-- ~" wno" Is ntis" '" ]~z,tllabl.e' " in ],-,,,-~ ~ ...^ _ ,...^...~^a_~ imlsquores, rope bee Aui as XOllOWS: tna~ i recelveo my ~neoiog~cm train-I; _ matters'e all~s:\~';mWl ornr duli'~'v "~cr'nuw~eugeo ncal su'~remac anyl"Overor- the mighty multitude of man-ling in Rome,", in the shadow of the/ ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY ALUMNI BUR'' . It --';" ( " ..... t P ' P Y lldnd, God has set rulers with the pew- ]Vatican., hence my information IThis ;o - .... a_,-^.. ~.. ,~.^ -_-^,+o who wm oe nard to reco~aize all o~:/power over us in any foreio~ ~oten-t ........ ... , . . ~ ~. o~ ,~,~ ,vuxx~aun u.v ~ue p~v~-, _ ~-- ~,-- ~ er tp govern and rte nas wmeu ~nat came aoout as direct from the " " e le '$ those things with freedora of actionltate, even the Chief Pastor (the[ ............ [ / ......... (ordained from the Seminary and m open to th _ ..... , - ,, /one oi ~nem (~nerope) snoum De,source as it couiu, i snouia also . " t-d~ [ :nha :]t:e~t~h:h::ght m the mantpope) of.our Church.. . /head. of all." ladd, however, that it differed in no/Pe0ple In generM as a recognltlon of the presell _.. ~' ~ne natron Again m 1852 they reiterate this ' , t all{ " " / .. / The true text ofPope Leo s state-lwa5 from what is taught in ehelthe faeult: and the students of this importan W .... ~" /psltln" /ment is, "The Almighty has ap-]Catholic seminaries of the Unitedltution. e snan prooaoiy near more of* In 1884, in the third Council of! ointed the char e of the humanJ~'' " s ~ I ~" thfs discussion /Ralt.lmnr. +h~V ~+~ ,,'~, ........ : IP g i~al;e IPreviously acknowledged ...................................... ~ ............ A " - .................... , we repum-,race between two powers, the eccle- GREGORY H. KELLER " .~ 1 Smith is probably the most out-late the assertion that we need tel ............... I ........... " IBequest of Mrs. Bridget Sinner(, L~ttle Rock, Ark. .......... .... . ! ,, islasblcal anu ClVll, ~ne one oemg se~l rJl L~oraao, ARK., Aprll Zl. I., ~ ' _.~ ~. smnmng Democrat in the nation to-|lay aside any of our devotedness to!,,er divine the ^ther over humanI /~lumnus 192~ ............................................................... r ,.-- ~ v . ~a~ and has probably the largest tel-]our Church to be true Americans; I+M ....... M,~. ~ .........~, m-~lc,~,r~,~,~ - ..... |Alumnus 11~ / ~ Ibwin- of ........ / ....... 1 ...... so ,,, ............ ~ ........... I" ......... GOVERNOR SMITHI ~ u .......................................................... , g any single uemocra~ rar~ ~na~ we need zo abase a oI our ,, --a: ...... " Y/, . " , . ~Y. I~the words of Christ, Render unto] |Miss Bridget Boyle, North Little Rock, Ark ..................... ,~aaers are n01; going t_o pass up a|iove ior our countrys prlncaples an.d'[Caesar the .things that are Caesar's]The Issue of His Religion Brin~s~Alumnus 1926 -I ~" goou race norse~ ii me political weath-/institutions to be faithful Cath61ics.]and unto God the things that are l Out Interesting Comments [ ...... _ .-~- " er is fair enough for a race. "{.,We believe that our country's heroeslGod,s ,, I |~lumnus ~'l ................................................................... These questions being propounded|were the instruments of Go& in es-/ E "Mr Andrews states "The1 ............ ~. _ IThe Catholic Daughters of America, Fort Smith, Ark .......... - , --- , ,io ~ox- oz Ine l~ew XOrK Times: / ' ~ e c:da/ s t ff I~:i h:~ve afd fHe:dTs;tL ]PP in 1924, speaking before the After many of US patiently waited 1FrIends. S]vactwn, Ark ..................................................... -~ a ---~--' ........... Y/ ..... g y , ~ .,T/students-after the convention offer Governor Smith's answer to Chas.| Thanksgiving, Hot Springs, Ark ................................... / ~ w.o~e s~an~s on an rJastern ~a-lments in ~ne wor~, we lOOX v~H:nlPalermo said" 'The Azione Cat ~ ~---~-" ....... .... / ........ vnrit~ , I . ,. / ..... / , - w. lwax~nau, Ilnally It is oU, ana wna~/,,ar, w. 15. l-ltealey : ................................... ..... gra~eIulreverence, and zo malnzaln . . . . - ........................... tohca while net partaking in poh la wonderful in / / " ' , telhgent, and stimulat-| , ~the inheritance of freedom which]tics as such intends ,to teach Cath-|ing answer it ist I,t, of course, will be~ REV. DR. KELLER REPLIES |they lmve qeft us, should it ever be/olics the best wa-- of maldn- uselbroadcast th ".' . ...... | Total .......................... ____,_-----~ .... --- ~ 7 ..t y g rougnout the worl(1 an(/ 1] ............................ Theye : ..... ]ppTled, our Catho3]c clt, zens wllllof politics.' " Mr. Andrews thenltrust that some of the ignorant and/ SAC~D m~*~T ~U~S~ lam;.n :; , narews m n~s 'L~:o-|oe ,~ound ~o. s,an ~orwara as onelohserves, "The Azione Cattolica re-lbigoted and fanatical people will pro-]Grateful R~einient of Favorm "" '. ~ . mews oI ~pmi zu~n,/man reaoy ro pleuge anew rnmrlferred to is th6 social militia of the fit by it, thought most of them ~'oI "- -- ~a~es occamon to comment on Gov-/lives, their fortunes and their sacred|catholic Church The faithful corn ~ .................. ~.|Morrilton Friend . " . - . ) ~ , - ~r~ougxx nxe wl~n their eyes snuL and ernor AI Smith's response to Mr honor " t ~... ,~ .. . "[ ".. I municant of the Catholic Church is l listen only to what the,, want th~ nor-/Gra eful Recipient of Favorm .... ~narles ~.. marshall, w~thout, how-/ Again in 1919, gathered at Wash-]relieved of all responsibility of) ~ "their]Anonymous" " :~r " "" ',. ..... .... : .... de'lrow, air-~cight compartments in Donation ..... ve, g~vmg nls reamng puo~lc ~ne mgmn, ~ney ma~e a Slmllar procia ,, , , , .,, : . | "]cision by rules of the Pope, ,who is!brains to digest Some of them, who[ Kindly' ' '~ , p rl~.lege of reading Governor/marion. . . .. ]held infallible in all matters. [are Mugwumps, people whom General|l~; ",~,o,~+ " " ~mll;ll S answer memselves. The! Lest these pronouncements oi ~ne| ax.. ^~a----rs ~s "n -"~'r T~^ , .... ~ .... ! ;.~ei,. .... of Many Fovom, MeRae, Ark. ,xt. ~.u~ , ~--,, ,,~ horace rorter " .- Arkansa .... descrloeu as persons .... s Gazette of April 18th~Amerlcan bishops and archbmhps/po,~e is not held infalliblein allt~a-~,t~ ........ ; ... |Grateful Recipient of Faro(e, Memphm, Tonn..~ ..... - I . . . . .t v euu~ ~tt ueyono ~nelr Inl;elieci:s,! gives ~T~ pazrons (natopportum,t seem witnout sanction and ap reval/ A Brockton end ; -r :-~- ........ Y'| ........ ~.P . imatte~s. Catholics do hold him.as'lmight well learn a great lesson fromt, Fri ..... ' ." ~. ~,t. ~nurew~ merely commenr~ on~oi me supreme neaa oi ~ne unurcn, infallible in matters of reli-ion and '- - ~ "' ....... "~--'--~ .......... it ---~ -~ " " ,t. . ,. t. : ......... I ~ ~SUCn ~ orlnlanl; man wno nan so Iewt 1non.giving, Anonymous) l#lEl:le l~oeK) ~I~ ~aa anus a xew observations o~ ms ~ quo~e nere tne le~er oI Yope l~eo. _~ ...... ,_ but i ....*~-r w---__a . . _ , . ............ o~ inur~m, n nu o~ne ~y, ~nulopportunmes when young as Alfred( Thankngiving for Favors Reeeiwd ' ~ , own. IXIII to T.ne ua~noncs oi &memca re'in the matters within the sco-e of ..... I --- ~. " , A . p ,m. ~mll;n. . , . It m surprising that one of hm 1~895: All men will agree)that +~ ^.;,.,.~ ~.+~.];.. ~.~ io ..^+ ~.~]a,~- ............ . I Kindly," Cathedral Parmh.____ .... . . . . ) ,,,,~ .-~,,,,,~ .~,~.~,~ ,,~ ,,o ,,~ ,,~.,,~ iviany sucn people as ~ney ~urn the, . -" posmon and mtegmty should at-!America st#ms destinedfor great as infallible at all nor are the/! ............. I A. J. P., Moral(on, Ark. : , ,, , , glas~ uu~waro and see the woricll - " ,. ~empt to misguide his readers, but things. The Catholic Church should faithful communicants retigved of through the wren,, le'nses but neverI Friend from Paril, Ark. ...... ihav~:g tsuh:eP~aSUreof know].ng h~mlnot only share m, but should helP:al1 responsibility of decision. They.thinkofturningiTin and;eeingthemlAnonymou, " "" a~ wrten ne mlsrepre-i~oDrmg aoout ~nis prspecuve~h---~ *he same ....... 1 ....... a.:, , . . ,( , , . __ .. sents " " " " ~ ~ ~ " v~-~-,,~ -~vu,,~,,--ise~ves; perhaps some oi, ~nem nave Thanksgiving for Favor~ Received g ity of decision in nolitical or other ,..~a it "~a ~ .......... I -- Cathohc teachm xt is not greatness She shouldkeep equal I .. ,~.,,~. ,.,,u *ounu ~ney are so smaIl, l due to blind prejudice but to un- step with the republic in }he march,worldly affair~, that the citizen~' .............. "- . t , . . . . z ~ ~, ~ney,cvum see no~mng lnseres~ing ~" avmdable Ignorance, andwhen he of improvement strlmng to the ut- Catholic and non Catholic~ hav~ inI .......... / Total I "" I - ~ enougn ~o ootner ~.vl~n! ~o many o~ ,, . F q ot;:sC:ut O =io Uthorlt,es ,t ,s ,2o:t the her .vn~ue andher m,st,,tU:,o~ther countries. ]them have done their utmost to curseJ ., wrs or coLu..us .UR,. of truth but S a in me rapid growm oi Th Po e In addre sm th se .. ' 1 [ e .p " s' g e stu- the Catholic religion, but they do not[ ~..,...~ K. of " r, ..... ,,. " " : 4uo m.rely to his lack for authentic the State ever keeping be- dents was merel-- a--r6vin- of their ...... '.' .. . ~ .... - ~, ..... e ~ , ' " " " " I y Pp g ,realize snat by so uoing, ~ney navel do~ments. {fore the minds of the people the|organization and wishing them suc-'helned towater the roa+~ ~a ...... 1 ' ......... A.. ........... .~ ttowever, for his benefit and the'enactment of the Councils of Balti- cess in their ~ur-mses somewhat in%- - . . . ~ ...... v-~-~I ~r~u~ ~ ~!~a~ ) 1 ' v v , ' zne seed oi that great, solid faith The " ' ~ll 1~ ' '~ benefit of those that might have more, particularly those which thelthe same s-irit that a Protestant~ ............ " .] Request for further information regarding any of .~ . . ~ . . , ~ ln~eillgen~ ones learn ~ne ~ru(n, ana ' ~ )' been totaled by h~s errors, I wmh to observance of the laws and mst~,tu- t bishop or minister in the United that "is wh the Catholic -h r - - ] ins to th~ foundation of Bul~S and th~ benefit~ shared bT , ,, . , Y (3 U cn has state the following ~ tlons of the repubhc C~ted above | ~, A ~ "7 _ " ..~ ] ~ .. ~ ..i ,. 7.'. ( . -) ,States might approve and encourage grown so wonderfully (for the con-] likewi~ all donation~ .hould b. ~at to t~l RImt;~, ]~ --mr. Andrews says, ~ome r be1 ~ne uatnonc unurch ]s pledged the Y. M. C. 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