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...... THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 21, 1930 PAGE FOUR , Church of England to the Prayer Book which is brought Roman Law; a set of German Offi- 2,000 WAIT TO ENTER Dame University, and Spring Hilllcompiled and edited Stirred b "An 1o- against them, and ask if any Bishop 1 c:al Publications of the Pro-War Dip- CATHOLIC U. OF PEKING, /College, Alabama, conferred uponIof the Literary Society ~. Y . g has used the Prayer Book exactly as i lomatic Files, which were sent to the, FOUNDED 6 YEARS AGO]him: the degree of Doctor of Divinity. I seph's College Alumnae University Library by the Charge Cathohc Protest prescribed. On the other hand,, they ~-- state, "We have ever been found d'Affaires of the German Embassy; i (By N. C. W. C. News Service) IRISH MISSIONARIES HELD /issued under the title, ' OtTer 1,000 Members of Clergy Ad- denying the Virgin Birth, or the Res- a complete file of The FrancisCan ~ Peking, China, May 26.--The Cath BY BANDITS, CAPTURED / The purpose in compil &ross Letter to Archbishops De- urrection, or the foundation facts of Herald (bound volumes), the gift of olic University of Peking wilt cede- AIDING BISHOP'S ESCAPEI it is said, has been to c the Ponvinclal Procurator, Franciscan brato the sixth anniversary of its undergraduates of Catholic Missionary Union; 500 volumes for foundation next month, with an en- (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) 1to continue their poetic e the Library from the Rt. Rev. Ar- rollment of 345 students and a wait- thur T. Connolly of Boston, Mass ; ing list of more than 2,000 applicant~ Shanghai, China, June 10.--News graduation. Represented educational bulletins, the g'ft of the for admission. " received from the interior reveals are 75 undergraduate p0 Roy. Dr. George Johnson, 'and Wil- The University had its beginning that the two missionaries of the Irish colleges. " The foreword d port's Sarcofagi Christiani Antichi, in June, 1924, when, at the solicits- St. Columban Society who were re- presented by Monsignor Francis J tion of Ills Holiness, Pope Plus XI, cently taken captive by the bandits, has been written by or Spellman, who is in Rome " two Benedictines of St. Vincent Arch- Father Patrick F. Laffan and James ter, managing editor of ,Ph, ~ ..... "~" , _ abbey, Latrobe, Pa., the Very Rev. Linehan, sacrificed their own chances monweal. ..... ~. ~ev. lusgr. ~awara A. Ildephonse Brandstetter ,O.S.B., and of escape to shield their Bishop. them to see that the Catholic Faith Pace, Vice Rector of the University, the Roy Placidus Rattenberger, O.S. When the bandits invaded the ntis- sion building, Bishop Calvin was up- their clergy. be well and truly taught." read the document by which His Hell- B., set out for this country. Th.e two stairs having breakfast. The bandits hess, Pope Plus XI named Clarence E. Martin of Martinsburg, K. S. G., W. Va., a member of the Univer. sity's board of trustees. His Grace, Archbishop Curley, invested Mr. Mar- tin with the insignia of this office. Professor Fenwick told the grad- uates that, iu his address, he was merely applying to the relations among nations some of "those great principles of law which we have come to recognize in the relations between the States." Continuing, he pointed out that it is now well accepted that a man may not be the judge in his own case; that no man may take the law in his own hands, and that in the community tb~ common we'.fare of the entire group must, at times, take precedence over the immediate welfare of the individuals. Pr:nclples Satisfactory in U S Asking how far it is possible to ap- alone could never hope to reach so many million people with the Faith, but it was the wish of the Holy Fath- er that they establish a school oI higher learning to educate Christian leaders who, in turn, might spread the Gospel of Christianity among the Chinese people. The school actually opened in 1025 in the palace of the former Prince, Ts'ai T'ao, the first class num.bering 235 students. The results achieved since that time, it is declared, have far exceeded the fondest expecta- tions. At present there is under con- struction at the University a build- ing to accommodate more than 400 students. Twelve other Benedictines have come to China to assist the or- iginal two, and, besides these, there are on the University's staff"more i than 60 laymen, among whoni are !some of the most brilliant scholars in China. The first class will be graduated from the University next spring. Ap- plications received from all over Chi- na to have the services of the gradu- The 1,100 signers of the letter are clergymen outside the Diocese of London, it is stated, but their names ~re not divulged, "in order to pre- vent any possible personal difficul- ties." The signatures are vouched for, however, by the Earl of Shaftes- bury, Viscount Halifax, Sir Samuel ffoare, Sir Robert Newman, and Mr. Athelstan Riley, who assert that the names are in their possession. After declaring that they have en- dured "a position of great humilia- tion for some years past," the clergy- men beg "in all sincerity and with the deepest respect" that the Bishops "will read with sympathy the com- plaint" which the signers set before them. The real substance of the clergy's long remonstrance seems to be that the Bishops of the Church of Eng- land will countenance any departure from the Prayer Book, so long as it is not a departure in an Anglo-Cath- ,lie direction. The Letter of Protest. ~rWe insist that we have no inten- tion of becoming Roman Cathol'ic~. and we absolutely refuse to be driven MAGAZINE EDITOR TELLS OF CATHOLIC POST-WAR REVIVAL AT GRADUATION ~ut," the clergymen state. "But we are bound to say that there are times (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) St. Louis, Me., June 6.--M:ehael Williams of New York, editor of The Commonweal, delivered the address at the ll2th annual commencement exercises of St. Louis University in the University gymnasium on Tues- day morning. Four hundred and thirty students were awarded degrees in the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Education, Graduate School, Law, Medicine, Dentistry, Divinity, Commerce and Finance. Mr. Williams said in part: "* * * St. Louis University has fully felt, and vitally shared, in the promotion and extension of what un- doubtedly is one of the most signifi- cant social phenomena of modern times, namely, the application, through educational channels, of the tremendous revival of the Catholic Faith since the period of the Wor:d War. Every social institution of the ply these principles among nations, took Father Laffan first, as he told them that he was the head vf the whole Mission. They were evidently looking for the Bishop, and l~ather Laffan's prompt thought saved him. When they arrived, seven minutes later, Bishop Calvin had escaped through a small back entrance. Father Linehan had remained on, as he knew the bandits would return. He thought that by holding them in conversation he would give the Bish- op more time to get away. CHINESE FAST AND BEG TO SEND GIFT TO POPE Peking, China, June 5.--(N. C. W. C.-Fides)--Touchlng instances of devotion to the Holy Father and zeal in spreading the Catholic Faith were revealed in the details just published regarding the donation of $15,000 in honor of the Golden Jubilee of Pope Pius XI by the Catholics of China last December. The money will be used to educate Chinese priests in the Ur- ban College of Prbpaganda Fide in ates as teachers are far greater ~han Rome. Catholic Church--every instrumen- Professor Fenwick proceeded to show the number of prospective graduates. Perhaps the most moving story tality through which its religious how they already have been wor]~ed A large number of the studen~ at came from Bishop Versiglia, the ~hen we ask ourselves whether any principles reach and effect the gen- out satisfactorily and happily be- the University have become converts Vicar Apostolic of Shiuchow, who other section of the Church of Eng- eral life about it, its literature, its tween the 48 States of the Union to Catholicism was murdered by brigands a few days Land would go on forever repressed art, its music and liturgy, its scien- Th's, he pointed out, was a step to- after writing. In forwarding the do- and disowned." Lific research, its various cultural and ward the application of the priori- PENNSYLVANIA PASTOR ~ation of his Christians, the Bishop Discussing thee name "Extremls%" soc'ological movements and orgauiza- pies of law governing individuals to NAMED MT. ST. MARY'S wrote: "I am enclosing herewith the of. the letter says that "Someone must tion, have all felt the inspiring force the nations SEMINARY, MD., RECTOR ~ering of our poor Christians, little always lead the van, and there is no of this revival of positive Catholic Ther~ is something wrong with the ~ ~- shame in being an extremist in the action. * * * system under which we find that each (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) !n itself, but given with hearts full religion of our Lord Jesus Christ." "I am not speaking now of the of the nations engaged in a great Emitsburg, Md., June 6.---The Most of affection for the Holy Father and "The two Archbishops," the letter purely spiritual--the definite'y re- Continues, "have recently, in their tigious--nature of this latter-day re- war is thoroughly convinced that it Roy. Michael J. Curley, Archbishop full of zeal for the diffusion of the Pastoral Letter, emphasized the need surgence of Catholic Faith. Broad- is fighting in self-defense. The year of Baltimore, has appointed the Roy. gospel throughout the world. Many for liberty and a wide toleration; ly defined, it may ,be said of the 1930, he added, is too late a day Philip J. Gallagher, D.D., LL.D., for of the students iu our boarding but on all sid~ it is quite clearly [ Catholic Church---as of all religious for nations to say that they can be the past nine years pastor of St. Mat- schools, not having any money of shown that liberty has to stop just bodies---that its action may be sop- the judges in their own case. It is thew's Church, Conshohocken, Pa', as their own, asked the superior to save before it reaches us. Every kind of arated, for descriptive purposes at a time, rather, he believes, "when rector of Mt St. Mary's Seminary, the money from one meal and send teaching and practice is to be tel- Ileast, into two main channels, or we can urge co-operative defense here. The rectorship of the seminary it. Old people were seen to drop in is distinct from the presidency of:the a few pennies, weeping the while ~rated except our own. Are we only, spheres. The first and fundamental among nations, rather than individual Icllege' which is filled by Msgr. Per- that they could not give more. of all men, to be pushed out? One aspect is, of course, its supernatural armaments." nard J. Bradley. Others, especially those cared for by Bishop has not hesitated to say that mission of preaching and teaching Declaring that the nations of thet Archbishop Curley's appointment the mission, went out and begged t~ne Bishops are willing to make it the supernatural, other-world dec-[world are not natural born enemies, has been nmde with the conseR-t of that they might have something to easy for us to join the Church of trines of revealed and dogmatic but natural born friends, Professor H is Eminence Dennis Cardinal offer. Ah, no, it is not true that the Ror4e. Another has publicly advised Christianity. The second aspect con- Fenwick declared that "the fact is Dougherty, Archbishop of Philadel- Chinese has no heart. On the con- as to do so. Every utterance on the trary, he is quick to recognize and subject suggests that the Church of love those who do him some good." England will take in Non-conform- ists on easy terms, but will rigidly &NTHOLOGY OF CATHOLIC exclude us .... The hierarchy of the COLLEGE VERSE TO BE ISSUED COR FOURTH an} Chur~ of England boasts to all the these methods or agencies of social world of its comprehensiveness, and action, of course, stands Catholic ed- ~enapparently wishes to drive us Ucation, and high, Very high indeed, f~m the fold. And for what reason? iamong the forms which Catholie edu- 6ecause our teaching is false? We cation assumes, stands the system of have challenged yot~ again and again which St. Louis University is so con- that the World Court presented a osophy, canon law and moral theolo- perfect means of bringing about the gy as a member of the semin'ary's "co-operative defense about which faculty "~ ~,oke. nor did he intend by this Father Gallagher'was born in Coal- address to advocate the Court to the dale, Pa., and received his early edu- students. J eation in the parochial schools of that Serving the 25 Years Your Vote and SupP,~ Appreclstea ED B. Ca Pulaski and perry Subject Primary, Repr~senti FIRST Bustnass A~t~: O~er One Hundred MfllleJ New York Phone SI~S 1lOS Phomo llSWeet Thompson, (By N. C. W C. News Service) MAIL Brooklyn, N Y., June 2.---An an- thology of Catholic college verse Dr. R. H. Gillespie Dr. P. F. ~phow us that it is so One Bishop spicuous and so successful an ex- lcity Besides serving at Conshohock- 81t~id us plainly that our practices ample; the schools, colleges and Uni. FIVE N~.W CARDINALS TO BE 'en and "The Mount," Father Gala- ~tth regard to the Blessed Sacrament vers~t es of the See ety of Jesus. NAMED~AT JUNE rnNSISTORY _t.^. ~.~ 1. .... *~*i~-e~ ~* -hurehes .................. , ~ ,, -n~ la-~ -~ u~. ~ u. u ~ ~ ltQln " ln0m sun ' r i i i t rr pmt g, p are not condemned because they areI think ~t ~s ve y s gn f can , , Continued from -a~* ~ I:- t~^~. .... ..^ xr^.~:., .... ~ u~.a .......... " " " " o l" " -., .,,u ...- econa ann lVlaln bapll;Ol wrong, but because they are mex.Mr. Wflhams stud, that b th n Eu- [ . ~ ........................ t~ed_|ent." ..... . . . rope and rathe Un~!ed Stat:s, manyI in~ events of the Holy Year, and also' ~:~P:':i D::t:::f~e:w:fr::nN:t= -J PI~E BLUFF i~I'I'TI Citing the Church uatecnism mcutmra~ ann eauca mnaz m vements/ . ,,~ .......... ., . ................ | esm.m sne~ ~ne ~a~ern ~issionary i ~uppor~ of ~neir ne/ie~ ann praeuce ann lnu~viuuals among non-washouts/ .... i ~ ~~ --~ = " " " " e ~xpos~tmn. " I~ ---- .... ..- ~ -- ~f -- -" = regarding the Blessed Sacrament, the .are forming intellectual alhanc s[ Archbishop Marchetti selva "anil .... - clergymen beg the Bishops to reeog-, with Catholic modes of thought in .......... ::.. _1 lift . . revlsl~ea ~ne uni~e(l ~tates in recent , aize that they have a r~ghtful place [ order to make common cause agamst l a ...... Jill]I l~Sls'mlr I" dr l] I , we rs ~0 make a ~our In connection within the Bishops own professedl.theinvasion of chaotic intellectual[" ............... ,l t111 ! I// I r II II - R I" I I ,c ,, wl~n tn~ work 0I 1~ne t'ro a atlon u~. al or Immoral school of P g comprehensiveness of plan. Com-tand mot ( ) s 1. -. / lIll /!/I // HI II I II I I /I ing to the question, of loyalty, the ~ thought and action which are threat-[~nerm.zn'. ........ ! ~ ~mml/I b~ I! IV I I ~ I ~| | , Arcno snop berne ~la Silvelra U~n signers, assert that it never seems to ening the stability of civilization Tnl ' " I~1 v..,,~_ ~ -L a-~. ..... occur to their detractors that"can-| our country such an alliance is being I tra was born at St. Charles de P n- ]Hi " bed~ nee off r hal m 1882 He was created Tttular|ttl onicaI obedience means o "e e ed b'y many of the reeders of[ " , " n... ! ae :i ii!pt!!:piintd it nd n:!ntdOb iltrnh:nliterary movement called Hu A four year Col(e;e ffe'r ng'e::. s s-l:ad?ng" to the group of Bishops. C u of Fo. .lo and Cosd .tor Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of "But what really is meant by all this passionate talk about loyalty?. , t~0 letter asks. What does the word ,~ean to a Bishop who gives Holy Communion to unconfirmed (and ~9~S~IblY unbaptized) dissenters, as dl~'the B~hop Of Liverpool recently? ."~.. It is well known that Modern- ~ts ate permitted to deny and belit- tie ihe cireeds, and even Holy Scrip- f&tre, but theY are seldom reproached b:$" ~the Bishops for disloyalty. "In a .little book recently issued, Or. Major appears to empty Chris- tianity of its meaning, and to preach an entirely non:Christian aspect of many foundation doctrines of t~,e Church; but he has never been offi- cially rebuked, even though engaged ha training candidates for the sacred ministry. Again, a well known Dean has recently denied en paper the ~Resurrection of the Bod.v.' st.,tin~ that 'a thoughtful modern mind can 150,000 IN GIFTS AT COMMENCEMENT (Continued from page I.) Ginnis of Brooklyn, N, Y., $500; from the Rt. Rev. David J. Hickey of Brooklyn, N. Y., $500; from the estate of Conrad Hubert of New York, $50.000; from the estate of the Rt. Rev. George A. Dougherty, late Comptroller of the University, for the establishment of the "Mon- signor Dougherty Foundation," ap- proximately $25.000; from the estate of Monsignor Douzhert~" for general uurposes of the Un'versitv, $5,000; from the estate of Mary E. T. tteal~ for "The Mary Elizabeth Thrasqa Healy Memorial Fund.' the income from which is to be u.~ed for fhe edu- cat;on of nr~osts. $9.801.14; from the estate of Michael F. McDono~h of Atlantic C~tv. $5.000; from t'~. e~- ta~e of Brld~ret Haves of PhUadel- ao longer accent it'; but no one h~s !" n . -l~)hla $400" f~'nm tb~ ~rev Fdward heard of any enlseona alsa ~r~va~ e~ I ' ~- .... th~ den:st of a ea~-dinal principle of lJ" Rengel of 01can. N. Y., $100 : r:jZa..,.oo.o ..oo.ood "r e e~er~ n "! ddedness of the charg~ of dlsloyalty'the receipt of $100 for books on the Archhlshoo of Rio de Jsneiro in 1921, a.d l.st Anrll succeeded the Tare Cardin,1 Arcoverde in the See of RIo. Archb~shou Rossi is of the Discal- eed CarmeUte Order. He wa~ born at P'sa im 1876. He was made Bishop of Volterra ~n 1920. and Assessor of the Sacred Consistorial Congregation in 1923, with the titular rank of archbishop Bishov Serafini was born in Bol- sena in 1867, and was made Bishop of Pescia in March, 1907. It was in December of the same year that he was m~de Tihflar B~shon of Lamu- saco, a~d in 1922 h~ become ,qecre- tar.v of the Sacred Congregation of th~ Counvil. ~is~n~ Le~nart h~eam~ B~s',o~ of Lille. F-~e. in 192g. He i,~ ~.own *~ a h~111~t ~nferpr~,ter of Catho- 1;e ~.~al doctrine. It w*~ to h:m that. l.~t v~*~', th~ ,q,~yod Cn,~rec, a- nlv in e~.~et~o~ w:fh th~ co~t~o- ~-~.# P,**~o~ doctrine in relation to social questions._ Also offers Pre-Medical, Pro-Legal and Commercial (Three Year*) Course leading to the Degree, Ph. G. Modern and well-equipped buildings, very strong Faculty, location venience, healthfulness and beauty. Rates Very Reasonable For Catalogue Apply to the Dean \ (Under D;rection of the College.) 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