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& Catholic Paper Is A Perpetual Message-- Pope Leo XIII. be Guardian in Every Catholic Home"--Our Motto. XXVII THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE DIOCESE OF LITTI g ROCK LI'VILE ROCK, ARKANSAS, MAY 13, 1938 It means to us that nothln8 is more desirable than that Catholic papers and Catholic Uterture should have a large circulatim, that every one maF have tvm'F day good reading which instruct and Warns, and strengthens and promotes the Christian virtues. BENEDICTUS. P. p., XV. No. 23 By The Sentry America contained article entitled, a Plumber." Naturally discussed was leaks, in leakage of Catholics Church. Nothing is so as success, so naturally stress the hum- Converts to religion that periodically. Seldom one dwell upon the dis- how many leave and why. For this the article in America attention. After ser- c0Zidering many alleged I fer defection, it is the Df the writer that there reason for on the part of Catholics is ignorance. The Catholic never really Church. A Httle con- Will show that it is very to meet Catholics, who of the teachings of Many are altogether to distinguish between tnust believe and what OOunseled. They know those things which are the natural law and l be held univer- those even who have no They are likewise tg- Wilt is taught by posi- law, as for example * caandments. All these taught by the it is a mistake for' think that the Church thos doctrines. Much the arbitrary opin- theologians. Such as divorce, birth euthanasia are for- God's law, always and That ,the Catholic the only ChUrch with to uphold the law these evils is a re- other religions, but lke the Church re- for the laws. A little has been a dangerous people. The ve- so common today most of them the of ignorance in which It is easy to see why Zaorality is so popular. often some one breaks to condenm the evils Such was the case daily paper. The condemns abuses tCtions which In them- be either good or bad. an indifferent action, very good as was before the Ark It may be very S z'tal sin, such as dance of Salome. indifferent acts be.: good or bad. It is l course, to tell what individuals have dandng. Much ot bad. Environment deal to do with the . It is hard to see person can gp- where liquor is enough of temp- ordinary circum- whe intoxicating ate added, there is a sin. Parents are too careless about al- elflldrcn to go around and questionable In ' fact they allowed to go any unless there is It is quite children, boys and in High School, go- all the independ- What kind of par- They are either conditions or are too recognize them, or often the case they bone of a Jelly have been given a by God and are derelict to their chool boys and girls and untutored nature and the eVer change. If strict Was deemed essential in the days on Page 5) Get Catholic Hofiors In recognition of his scientific ap- proach to the problems of public health, Dr. Thomas Parran (up. per photo}. Surgeon C-meral of the United States Public Health Service. has been awarded the Mendel Medal from Villanova Col. lege. Thomas Mann (lower photo). famed novelist and an exile from Germany. who has been awarded the Cardinal Newman Award at the University of Illinois. for his "distinguished contribution to lit- erature and his courageous cham: pionship of human rights." Cathedral Men's Club in Drive For New Members Little Rock.A vigorous mem- bership campaign and a series of programs that will enlist the sup-] port of every man in the Cathe- dral parish was begun at the an- nual meeting of the St. Andrew's Men's Club, held in .the Cathedral parlors last Monday night, May 8, at which time election of officers for the ensuing year was held. The following mc were unani- mously elected: president, W. F. Lewis; vice president, Edgar Huek; secretary, John A. Healey; treas- urer, Chris O'Connor; spiritual di- rector, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. James P. Moran, rector of the Cathedral, and publicity chairman, the Rev. Edward R Maloy. The following members were appointed as a program and en- tertainment committee for the June meeting: W. Bernard Ran- dolph, II, George Woods, Sr., Ber- nard Heinze, Chris O'Connor, George Woods, Jr., Frank Sever- son, Cleve Hodges, Paul Woods and Joseph Beck. These members will act with the newly elected board of officers in mapping out a program which it is felt will en- list the wholehearted cooperation and support of every man in the parish. Remarks for the good of the club ,were made by Monsignor Moran, Father Maloy, Frank Severson and Cleve Hodges. The next meet- ing will be held on Monday, June 1, in the Cathedral school hall. i It was decided that in the future l a name marker, to be worn on the coat lapel, would be given all who attended the meeting. Favors Religion in Public Schools Smith Fls, Ont. (.Teaching of religion in public schools was suggested here as a solution of the increase in crime, by Rev. Norman McLeod, Protestant min- ister, speaking to the Rotary club "I believe that the word of God should be taught from the kinder- garten to the Ph.D. degree in our colleges," he declared. Ireland Chooses Protestant As First President Dublin. (N:). -- The selection of Dr. Douglas Hyde as first Presi- dent of Ireland by agreement be- tween the two great parties in the Daft has come with some surprise though not without satisfaction to the nation. It will be remembered that the suggestion of an agreed candidate for the Presidency was first made by His Eminence Joseph Cardinal MacRory, Archbishop of Armagh, and the Cardinal has expressed his satisfaction that the matter has been amicably settled. As far back as New Year's Day the Cardinal made a plea in a sermon in Ar- magh Cathedral for agreement. "The President," he said "will be expected to be outside of and above all parties; but if he be re- turned in an election as the nomi- nee of a party there will always be the danger of suspicion that he will favor that party." WILL GREET EDITORS: ...,,..;iiiii!i Governor Richard W. Lethe. of Louisiana (upper left}, and Mayor Robert Maestri, of New Orleans {upper right} will be hosts to the delegates to the annual national convention of the Catholic Press Association of the United States. to be held at New Orleans. May 29, 20 and 21. The sessions will be presided over by Vincent de Paul Fitzpatrick (lower photo}. Man- aging Editor of "The Catholic Re- view," Baltimore.' and President of theC. P.A. Ottawa. (E).--"Creditable to Erin' -- on all counts, it is especially a, j[ d-g touch of tolerance that all the U es in K. of C. world's in need of," declares The Ottawa Journal, daily 00ularlEssay Contest newspaper, in a lead editorial. "Southern Ireland is 98 per cent Roman Catholic," the edi- Are Announced torial says. "Yet this overwhelm- ingly Catholic people, the first ar- ticle of whoe constitution begins with the words 'in the name of the Most Holy Trinity,' has selected as their President and first citi- zen Dr. Douglas Hyde, a Protes- tant, son of a Protestant clergy- man. In a world of clashing creeds and ideologies, of hates and sus- picions, it is a gleam in the sky. "Yet not surprising to those who know the Irish story. Down through the centuries, in their long struggle for self-government, the leaders to whom the South- ern Irish gave allegiance were of an alien faith. "The truth is that in religious tolerance, Dublin has always been one of the world's most civilized cities. There, in the Gaelic Society or in the Abbey Theatre group, Protestants and Catholics, whether at variance in political views or not, have always worked together. German Bishop Issues Pastoral On Persecution Amsterdam. (:).--Upon his re- turn rom his ad limina visit to Rome, the Most Rev. Albert Stohr, Bishop of Mainz, Germany, issued a Pastoral in which he asks "if the ethics and philosophical prin- ciples of National Socialism con- stitute a sort of religion for man, then what becomes, I ask you, of the true religion? What is the domain reserved to the Church as her own in this hypothesis?" The Diocese of Mainz, its Bish- op declares, has had its share of persecutions, including the pro- hibition of public religious cere- monies, of feasts organized in hon- or of the Bishop, and of pastoral visits to the schools, and pres- sure brought to bear upon par- ents to prevent them from "en- trusting to us the education of their children." All these viola- tions at Mainz, as elsewhere, the Pastoral states, were pretested against to the proper authorities, but in vain. Bishop Stohr declares that his recent visit to the Sovereign Pon- tiff was "a new source of hope and confidence, and of support as well." "They try to represent the Pope as a foreign sovereign," he comments, "but he feels a pa- ternal affection for all the nations of the world and he has given special proof of this to the German nation." Quebec Semaine Socials in Sept. Sherbroeke, Que. (E}The 17th annual Semaine Sociale will be held here the latter part of Sep- tember, and committees are now preparing for it. Little Rock.The committee in charge af the Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus essay con- test has announced the names of the judges: Rev. Thos. L. Keany Editor of The Guardian; Rev. Jos H. Schurnacher, Chaplain of St Vineent's Infirmary and Professor at St. John's Seminary, and Rev Jos. A. Murray, professor at St. John's Seminary. The splendid response of the Catholic High schools throughout the state has pleased the com- mittee in charge. This contest will be repeated each year as an an- nual affair in the furtherance of the cause and interest of Ameri- can Church History in our Cath- olic High schools. The winners will be announce in The Guardian at a later date. Protestants Urged By Priest to Fight Subversive Groups Port Credit, Ont. (E)A Cath. olic priest, the Rev. J. Sheridan speaking at the forty-eighth an- niversary banquet of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church here, urged a strong Christian front against subversive elements in the world today. Strengthening of the ties af in- terdenominational friendship is more essential today then ever be- fore in view of world conditions, he said. Russia and Germany were termed examples of the havoc which could be caused by sacrilegious dictators. Catholic Press Week Is HeM in South India Tutieorin , South India. 0).-- What is believed to have been the first Catholic Press week in India was celebrated here. It was inaugurated by the Bish- op, the Most Rev. Francis T. Roche, S. J., who pointed out that the day was not far distant when in India, as elsewhere, a National i Catholic Front will have to be constituted to withstand the grow- ing forces of irreligion and com- munism. The Press Week, he hoped, would serve as a prelude to i the growth of such a front. A ready response was received to an appeal for subscriptions to make :the apostolate of the press a living i force in the Tuticorin Diocese. Within three days 250 new sub- scribers to the local Catholic paper were enrolled. Attend Catechetlcal Convention Regina, Sask. 0C).--One hundred Religious and lay teachers attend- ed the Fh-st Catechetical Conven- tien of the Archdiocese held here. The Most Rev. P. J. Monahan, Archbishop of Regina, presided. His Excellency to Give Invocation at Press Meet General Discussions to Feature Sessions of Editors, Publishers At New Orleans Convention, May 19-21 Baltimore, May 10 (E).Mak- ing public the completed program for the annual convention of the Catholic Press Association of the United States, to be held at New Orleans May 19, 20, and 21, Vin- cent de Paul Fitzpatrick, Manag ins Editor of The Catholic Re- view and President of the C. P. A., draws attention to the fact that general discussions will be a feature of the forthcoming ses- sions. Dignitaries of the Church, the Governor of Louisiana, the Mayor of New Orleans, and other high civic officials are to take part in i I Subiaco Alumni .............................................. To Register For Newman Library Receives Large Shipment of Books Little Reck.Thc opening date of the ,, Newman Library reading rooms will not be announced for a week or two, on account of the delay in the completion of re- modeling and decorating the building. The Rev. Claiborne Lafferty has received a large shipment of books from New York City, and has practically completed the de- tails of carrying on the work of the library. Father Lafferty says that it will likely be possible to announce the opening date before the end of May, and that every effort is being made to that end. Requiem High Mass Offered For D. F. Harrington Little Rock.A Month Mind High Mass of Requiem was sung at Mount St. Mary's Chapel on Monday morning, May 9, for the repose of the soul of Daniel F. Harrington of Southville, Mass. The Mass was attended by the Sisters and the academy student body and was celebrated by the Rev. Thomas L. Keany, brother- in-law of the late Mr. Harring- ton. Irish Journalist Dies in England London. (E)For 50 years on the staff of the Clonmel (Erie) Nationalist, and for many years editor in succession to his father, Bradon J. Long has died at Mar- ket Bosworth, Leicester. He be- longed to a family of Southern Ireland provincial newspaper pro- prietors and editors. Convention Sun. Subiaco, May I0.  (Special). The twenty-sixth annual conven- :tion of the Subiaco alumni as- sociation will take place on the local campus Sunday and Mon- day. Delegates will assemble from a number of states to register on the afternoon of Sunday, May 15, in the office of the Very Rev. Gregory Kehres, O. S. B., secre- tary, who has complete charge of the program. Governor Carl E. Bailey, an honorary member, will address the gathering at the Sunday evening meeting, an open session which the student body will attend. The address of welcome is annually made by the Rt. Rev. Edward Burgert, O. S. B., Ph. D., presi- dent of the school. Presiding at the sessions will he Leo J. Krehs, of Little Rock. The initiation of the incoming class of about 25 will take place late Sunday evening, with the Little Rock district in charge. The annual alumni banquet will take place at 6 o'clock on Monday evening. R. F. Waters, super- intendent of schools at Danville widely known for his humerou: writings as "the ambassador from Yell," will be the toastmaster. State representative Leo Nyberg of Helena will be the guest speak- er. Officers of the association in- clude: Leo J. Krebs, Little Rock, president; George Coury, Chicago, vice president; Very Rev. Gregory Kehres, secretary; Rev. Louis Deuster, treasurer, and Rev. Bede Mitehel, spiritual director. Serv- ing on the executive board are: Leo Terlieton, Fort Smith; Dr. Alexander Freutel, Memphis; J. W. Gatz, Jonesboro; D. L. Wadley, Muskogee, Okla., and E. A. Stein- berger, Dallas, Tex. i ii i i i (:irlhclic High to Have Annual (i,l00ni,00al on Thursday, May 19 Little Rock.The carnival for the benefit of Catholic High schoel will be held on the school campus the afternoon and evening of Thursday, May 19. The opening event of the day will be the an- nual health parade, beginning at 2 o'clock, in which all the chil- dren of the parochial schools of the Twin Cities participate. The winner of the health prize will be awarded a silver loving cup. Monsignor Healy, principal of Catholic High school, will be in charge of the parade, assisted by students of the sehoel. coach at Catholic High school, who will be assisted by assistant coach Cliff Shaw and members of the student body. The carnival this year is in l :charge of the Rev. Edward Yeager, vice principal of Catholic High school. Starting at 5 o'clock in the afternoon a fine supper will be served in the gymnasium by the ladies of the P.-T. A. The tickees for this very popular fea- ture are 50c for adults and 25c for children. The following are the commit- tees in charge of the supper: The participants in the track[ Ticket committee: Mrs. W. J. - Kelley, Mrs W Bergman, Mrs meet are drawn from children,[ ' ' both girls and bo s who attend [ J" J" Byrne. Kitchen committee:: y "c s of rcater[ the Cathoh chools G Mrs George Hart, chairman, as Ltttle" Rock. The school that scores I sisted, by the following: Mrs. John ea o Kxrspel, Mrs Paul Bujarskh Mrs the gr test number f points in[ ' ' Jas. McCartiLv, Mrs Frank Bor- this event is awarded a silver ..... ". . . I aen, rs. Joe erle ana rs. loving cup The track meet will err o I B ha V gler. Dining room com- be in charge of Tom B. Murphy, J (Continued on Page 8) ! I the program. The agendum has been drawn to permit the trans- :action of the maximum amount of business, and at the same time to permit the delegates to partici- pate in the large number of so- cial functions that have been ar- ranged. Following a meeting of the Exe- cutive Board to be held at the Roosevelt Hotel Wednesday eve- ning, May 18, the delegates will attend a Solemn Pontifical Mass, Ttmrsday morning, in Immacu- late Conception Church. The Most Rev. Joseph F. Rummel, Archbish- op of New" Orleans and host to the convention, will be the cele- brant of this Mass. The sermon will be preached by the Rev. Dr. Edward Lodge Curran, Editor of Light and President of the Inter- national Catholic Truth Society. Luncheon Aboard Yachts Following the Mass, the dele- gates will be guests, at art Irish luncheon aboard yachts, with Mayor Robert S. Maestri of New Orleans as host. Formal opening of the conven- tion will take place Thursday afternoon. Mr. Fitzpatrick will speak on this occasion, following which Archbishop Rummel will welcome the delegates. Joseph J. Quinn, Managing Editor of The Southwest Courier, Oklahoma City,, will respond on behalf of the Association. The remainder of this meeting will be given over to the Mag'- zine Session, over which the Rev. Francis P. Le Buff, S. J., Business Manager of America, will proside. The general theme of the ses- sion will be "Modem Propaganda." Simon A. Baldus of Chicago, Man- aging Editor of Extension Maga- zine, will present a paper on "Meaning, Purpose and Dangers of Modern Propaganda," which the Rev. Theophane Maguire, C. P., of Uni(m City, N. J., Editor of The Sign, will discuss. "The Secular Press and Propaganda" is the title of a paper which the Rev. Donald F. Miller, C. SS. R., Oconomowoc, Wis., Editor of The Ligourian, will read, and the Rev. !P. J. Carrold, C. S. C., Notre Dame, Ind., Editor of The Ave Maria, will discuss. Dr. Curran will read a paper on the "Neces- sity of Catholic Propaganda," and the Rev. Joachim V. Benson, M. S. SS. T., of Silver Spring, Md,, editor of The Preservation of tle Faith, will discuss it. Banquet Thursday Eveuing The convention banquet will be held Thursday evening at the Roosevelt Hotel. Tlte Most Rev. John B. Morris, Bishop of Little Rock, will de- liver the invocation at the ban- quet, following which Archbishop Rummel and visiting members of the Hierarchy will be presented. The Most Rev. John Mark Gan- (Continued on Page 6) OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Friday, May 13.--Ordimns (minor orders) St. John's Semi- nary. Ascetlon Thursday, May 26. --4)rdfnation (priesthood) St. Andrew's Cathedral. Pentecost Sunday, June 5. Confirmation at St. Andrew's Cathedral for North Little Reek parishes.