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WOMEN ORLEANS LAUNCH COUNCIL -_.._._ C. News Service) May 14.--The New Council of the of aCtholic Women here last Saturday at a of Catholic women, held hn W .Shaw, Arch- Orleans; Mayor Mc- 1Y/iss Reg-m, Executive the N. C. C. W., address- which was held on the ely identified days of this historic having once been the Capuchin marked the linldng of new, bringing the one of the most tradi- sections of America of the .twentieth that is uniting the forces of American celebrated Mass g in St. Louis the site of a combi- and warehouse, that had in 1718. the meeting, luncheon xt the Cartier Club, one erected by Princess father, Don Andres v Roxas, built the present and who is buried from the cathedral] Museum and from the Carrier Club, the del- 107 parishes of passed through a of early Catholic in its confines the Ursuline Nuns, who nearly two cen- and whose buihling is the ppi Valley. DE DAY C. Special Cable) of Arc Day throughout all France Solemn religious ser- the official authorities were held in the in Paris, there was -rod an immense before the statue decorated with Wreaths. In the after- reception at the Catholic Girls' was organ- arisian Branch of the Welfare Council. Monsignor Cer- ng the honored guests presided at the held in Orleans, OVernlent was official- by General Geurand. Was delivered by Bish- of the French Acade- Minister Leon Berard :ereraonies in company Casteinau and sixty MASKS BY BILL IN MICHIGAN May 14.The Mieh- has directed a blow Klan in passing the the wearing of masks narch or assembly on and public The bill will now Groesbeck for ap- PrOvide for the reading the Bible in of the State was Cbramittee on Educa- expected that the bill PERSECUTION energetic pro- ous persecution in by represen- ' religious body in Par- ; is signed by Cardinal President of the Na- Pederation, by Fred- 'ean of the American Cathedral', and by Anglican, Greek, and Russian Or- The signatories ap- opinion of the every means to put of r.eligion COURT WON'T GRANT FATHER FEINLER'S PLEA Washington, May 8.--The District of Columbia Supreme Court made known today its inability to go behind a Presidential pardon and remove the "sigma of disloyalty" which the Rev. Franz J. Feinler, a Catholic priest who served with the Second Infantry of the A. E. F., as Chaplain with the rank of Captain, says clings to }itn as a result of his conviction and sen-' tence on a technical charge of pro- Germanism during the war. Father ]7einler's case has been in[ court for more than two years. He] i originally brought naZacs corpus pro- I eeedings to have the local civil courts I investigate the court-martial proceed-] ings at Hawaii and the sentence of] fifteen years at hard labor imposed! on him because of alleged seditious remarks, and declare these proceed- ings null and void. The sentence of fifteen years was cut down to four years and Father Feinler was paroled from the United States Penitentiary at McNeill Island, Washington State, and placed in the custody of the Pres- ident of the Board of Pardons and Superintendent of Prisons of the De- partment of Justice and allowed the freedom of the States of Maryland and Virginia and the District of Co- lumbia. APOSTOLIC DELEGATE TO CONFER ORDERS (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Columbus, May ll.--The Apostolic Delegate, Archbishop Pietro Fuma- soni-Biondi will confer Holy Orders upon these candidates for the priest- hood at the Josephinum College, this city, June 11: Rev. Edward Kirchoff, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Rev. Lawrence Leinheuscr, Pottsville, Pa., assigned to diocese of Covington, Ky.; Rev. H. Edward Link, Louisville, Ky.; Rev. Anthony L. Meyers, Wadsworth, Ohio, assigned to diocese of Wichita, Kas.; Rev. Paul J. Nonarski, Eau Claire, Wis., assigned to diocese of La Crosse, Wis.; Rev. George A. Scramm, Chicago, assigned to diocese of Peoria; Rev. Edwin P. Seidel, A1- toona, Pa., assigned to diocese of Dav- enport, Iowa; Rev. Joseph A. Sunega, Cleveland, assigned to diocese of Om- aha; Rev. Walter J. Thies, Randolph, Neb., assigned to diocese of Omaha; Rev. Florian G. Wermuth, Poughkeep- sie, N. Y., assigned to archdiocese of New York. CHINESE OFFER TO BUILD PAPAL NUNflO HOME (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Pekin, May I.--A committee of six- teen representative Catholic Chinese laymen has recently made a very no- ble and gracious offer to ttis Grace, Archbishop Celso Constantini. In the i name of all the Catholics in China, and as a pledge of their love for the Holy Father who has sent them their first Apostolic Delegate, they have petitioned His Grace to accept a resi- dence which shall be worthy of his dignity and the Church which he rep- resents, and which shall be the gift or' all Catholic China. For this purpose, these adent Chinese laymen have asked His Grace to consent to a na- tion-wide subscription--not that the necessary funds are difficult to ob- tain, but solely that each and every Chinese Catholic may share in this gift and thus assure His Grace that every Chinese home extends a weN[ come to him, and that all the ChineseJ Catholics are as united in their level for the Itoly See and its representa- tive as they are united in their Cath- olic Faith. The Conmfittee has asked Itis Grace to express his choice in the location and the design of the dwelling that is to be his; but, with childlike simplici- ty, it has put forth the wish that Pe- kin might become the place of his abode. The reasons they give are, that Pekin is to China what Rome is to the Church; it was in Pekin that Christianity was-first established in China, and it is in Pekin that China can best do honor to the iepresenta- tive of Rome. Fervent adjiurations, poured out even in dress-clothes in a fire-lit bed- room ofter dinner, need not always attain their explicit object. -- The Conventionalists. The whole of nature exists on the prindiple of vicarious suffering; and to reject Christiahity because of the doc- trine of the Atonement is to reject. Nature itself on the same account. -- Christ in, the Church. To recognize Christ in the siner is hot only a Christ'sservice, but to the sinner's as well.The Friendship of THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1923 GERMAN UNIVERSITY TO HAVE CHAIR OF "CATHOLIC OPINION" (By N. C. W. C. News Serivce) Cologne, May 3.--Chairs for sever- al new branches of scientific learning, in conformity with the spirit of the times, have been established in many German universities. The University of Breslau recently established a "chair of Catholic opin- ion," with Dr. Romano Guardini as its first occupant. The chair of social science, first established in the Uni- versity of Munster, where it was sponsored by l)r, Hitze, the celebrated priest of tile Volksverein, has become familiar to ninny German universities. Munster was also the first German university to establish a chair of "mission science." ARCH. ZEPLIAK LOSING HEALTH Moscow, May 14.--Rcv. Ednmnd Walsh, head of the l'apal Russian Re- lief Mission, was permitted to visit Archl)ishop Zepliak, in prison, yester- day. In tim presence of guards and mem- bers of the State and political police, the Archbishop, who was brought down stairs from his cell to the of- fice of the Butirka Prison, said he was being well treated, although fail- ing in health, as a result of prison life. "He looked badly, although any man unshaven for tell days would perhaps look the same," said Fr. Walsh, later. Archl)isllop Zepliak, wtlo still wears his clerical robes, is not in solitary confinement, Fr. Walsh said, but is kept in a small cell with another priest named Zelinsky. who is await- ing trial. Previously, the Archbishop had been allowed only a half hour of exercise each day, when all the pris- oners were turned out of their cells and allowed to walk in a tiny court- yard; but Fr. Walsh was able to get this period extended to one hour. tie was also permitted to give the Arch- bishop food, books, papcr and pen- ells, all of which were closely inspect- ed by the authorities. Although past 60 years of age, Archbishop Zepliak is making use of his time in learning two new lan- guages-English and Italian. It took Fr. Walsh one nmnth to ob- tain permission to see the prisoner, but he now expects to visit him every fortnight. PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLIES DESKS , Our printing plant is very complete, automatic feeding presses doing finest of work. Send for illustrated price list of Office Supplies. PARKIN Printing & Stationery Co. Little Reek, Ark. Residence Phone Office Phone 4-3572 7834 DR. E. J. MAHONEY DENTIST Suite 521-22-23 Domaghey Bldg. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. SUBIACO COLLEGE First Mass Celebrated Rev. Father Bonaventure Mechler, O. S. B., who was ordained priest here recently by Rt. Rev. Bishop John B. Morris, celebrated his first Holy Mass in the Abbey church on the Feast of the Ascension of Our Lord. aMy 10. The impressive ceremonies began at nine o'clock in the inner court, where the community. "rod stu- dent-body had ussembled. Fully vest- ed for the sacred Functions, the young celebrant with his assistants, Rev. Father Vincent an Archpriest, tile Rev. Fathers Charles and Louis, lately ordained with him, as Deacon and subdeacon, was led in proces- sion to the church amid the solemn strains of a grand march played .!?y the college band. hnmediatcly upon arrivbal in the sanctuary the majes- tic tones of the organ, tlmt had taken up tile last strains of the band, ceas- ed and the young priest ascended the stel)s of tim altar, festively decorated for the occasion, to impart his first blessing to the bowed congregation. After the invocation of the Itoly Ghost Solenm High Mass began at once. At the Gospel Rt. Rev. 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The morning hom'c were silent inspecting the farm, the dairy and stock barns owned by the Abbey. At twelve o'clock lunch was served in the guests' diningroom. In the ffternoon l'resident Critz and the members of his :faculty were shown tbrough the Abbey and College buildings at the same time seeing the school in full operation. During the course of their visit the party assem- I PAGE SEVEN bled in the Abbey church where they were given an organ conecrt by Rev. Father Gregory. Never having 1)een at Subiaco before the visit proved a revelation to them. Words, they said, could not express their admiration and appreciation for what they seen aml enjoyed tlmt (lay. KENNY'S COFFEE Our Brands are perfect Blends --the result of more than fifty years experience in roasting and blending only the clloicest selection A trial will convince you. C, D. 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VINCENT'S TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES Offers exceptional opportunities for experience and training, in all classes of nursing to young women desiring to vocationalize m this enobling and remunerative profession. Tbe 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 successful future effort in all classes of nursing, both medical and surgical, and all cases pertaining to general hospitM 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 nex 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 andHigh Streets Little Rock, Ark. in i . i