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iii u , ' 00ISSION NEWS DIOCESAN MISSION BOARD: i u, Very Rev. Chas. B. McCoy General Supt., Very Rev. Jas, P. Moran t. Supt., Rev. Thos. A. Costello Sec. and Treas., Rev. Francis A. Allen !I 309t, West Second St,, Little Rock, Ark. !s!! all communications and make checks payable to the Secretary. :. The Precious Blood i luonth of July is dedicated in t?rlal way to the honoring of the !0Us Blood of the Redeemer. i.Xnth during the year, Holy er Church calls our attention to Flarticular feature in the life of ,'D.ivine Founder. Through this we are able to learn all the fli 0 love Him, and by our love Jii, to dedicate our lives anew , service. In June, it was the [0a of the Sacred Heart of the l r, the emblem of God's love I i aonth, our Church directs our t0a to the Precious Blood, which te God-Man shed so abund- n the cross for our salvation. Part of the sacred humanity  Divine Lord is an object for lYeeration and love of man. It rOUgh His Precious Blood that aeomplished the regeneration Shed so freely and so ltly on the cross for all of us, ted our salvation. o, t drop of that sacred blood ve accomplished man's re- ,on, could have satisfied God's g fr the sins of man. But * Willed it otherwise. In His love for the salvation of the f man, Christ poured out top of His Precious Blood on amount. How He must have s, and how He still loves every- ! Yet, sad to say, there are Y for whom ,that Precious Wae shed in vain. We realize the large umber a n beings who do not know a! for whom He shed His  l Blood, it brings a feeling [.. into our hearts. It op-  , it bears down on us with e of sorrow that almost This is coming to be an established custom. Men and women who have labored diligently during the year, naturally feel the need of a surcease from labor for a time, at least, in order that they may gain a renewed strength for the labor of the year to come. Nature seems to demand this of us. A change of atmosphere or of climate does one good. It makes for more concentrated effort for the coming year. It refreshes and re- invigorates one. It gives one time to think. The relaxation which it en- courages is good for both body and mind, and there is no gainsaying the fact that a good vacation is an in- vestment in obtaining energy for fu- turG work. It is St. Peter who tells us we must THE GUARDIAN, JULY 1, 1933 i, i , i1,1 i i ous as they possibly could, op, tha this particular effort be con- Father Costcllo made tim trip by tinued and that visits be made to attto, spendi:g Saturday wi!h the every t'arish in the Diocese during Rcv. Edward N. IIincldey, Pastor, S. the coming year. Whmnd's Church, at McGehee, who very kindly made arrangements for Father to stay with him a this time. Father Costello left (arly Sunday morning or Lake Village wi, ere he explained the work of the Missions to the congregation of Our Lady of the Lake Church. tie returned to LitLle Rock late Sunday evening. The results obtained evidence in no uncertain manner the great intreat which Father GaEoni has taken in the work of the Missions. Tae Mis- sion Board has no hesitancy in stat- ing that he. is one .of the most en- thusiastic supporters of this great cause, and he has always responded most generously whenever an appeal has been made to him for any pur- pose. The Mission Board wishes public- ly to thank Father Galloni, not only for his generous spirit of co-operation on this occasion, but also for his help- fulness on every other occasion when- ever an appeal has been made to him. The Board likewise wishes to extend The Mission Board hopes to be able to carry out the wishes of His Excellency in this regard. POPE SAYS JOURNALISTS ARE 'PRECIOUS "rRUMPETS Rome.'Twenty nations were rep- resented in the pilgrimage of memb- ers of the Catholic International press, w]iich has just completed a notable visit to the Vatican City. Pope Plus X I said to the visitors: "The Catholic Journalists know that the work done by them is as vast as that of the Catholic Church herself that is, as vast as the whole world. Their activity is carried out in an order of ideas so much higher inas- much as they are no longer only the speaking trumpets or the coeffici- ents of public opinion, but the bear- ers-and this is their fundamental reason of being and of operating--of the very treasures of Christian life, in all its relations with individual, domestic, social and public life. The be "sober and watchful for your ad- its apprciation to Father Hinckley, + Catholic journalists are, in this way, versary, the devil, goes about like a Pastor of St. Winand's Church, Me-  the precious speaking trumpets of the Gehee, for his helpfulness on this Church, of her hierarchy and of her occasion, i teachings." Results of the Crusade .... That the plan inaugurated last roaring lion seeking whom he may de- vour." The Church, however, takes no va- cation. It can't afford to. The Mis- sionary work of the Church must be constantly kept going. Catholic Churches must always be opened. Souls must be ministered to. The work of the Lord must go on. And so, when you are preparing to take your vacation, give a thought to the Missionary work of your Church, whose ministry for souls must be continued. This will naturally prompt you to make a little gift, that you may have a share in that great work. If you do this, you can rest assured 'that your vacation will be all the more happy, and that it will be blessed by the Lord, Whose work you are helping, even while you yourself may be idle. Spiritual Belteflts The invocation, "St. Francis, pray for us," together with one "Our Fath- er" and one "Hail Mary" recited s. He died that others , and,yet, those others know, daily will be the means of gaining I for you many spiritual privileges and l a there are so many, all too indulgences, providing you are a mem- Cleed, who knowing Him, fail ber of the Society for the Propaga- tion t Him, and worse still, re- of the Faith. I eeognize Him. For them in In our Diocese those who contrib- ' tlis Precious Blood has been ute monthly by means of their Mis-  vain. Oh the pity of it all l siGn envelopes may become members has ded, a' God-Man has shed Jof this great Society. The require. rop ef His n'.est Precious ments for membership in this Socieo r poor sinful man, and man ty are the payment of the sum of | . t, betrays Him, and re3ects one dollar per yea, and those who contribute this amount may enrol! tlee, however, of us His chil- either themselves, their friends, or ;ho do know Him, our course their deceased relatives and friends. ' e must exert every ef- When we consider the great spiritual  lust use all our energy, we advantages that may be gained by be- ,eVot all of our talents, we coming members of this organization,  nd ourselves, giving our we are at a loss to umicrstand why ; leeessary, to make Him, our any Catholic, who is seriou:y en- ' Our God, known, understood, gaged in the salvation of, his sea' We must strive to make should neglect t00,is great opportunity. 1 oW what the shedding, of Of course, in our Diocese, we eetOts Blood on Calvary's hill should do more than pay the amoun .f0r us. How else ean we which enrolls us in this organization, l'elves worthy of the trust for. we should also wih to have a has resposed in us, His share in all the other great works which contributions to the Mission August by the Mission Board of hav- ing a Representative of the Mission Board appear personally in the Churches of the Diocese and deliver the message of the Missions has proved to be successful is plainly evident from the resuRs obtained. A greater interest has been shown by the people in the Mission Cause, and ;the offerings which have been made on these special occasions have evi- denced that practieal interest in no uncertain manner. Since this plan was inaugurated THREE GENERATIONS RECEIVE BAPTISM IN TOPPENISH CHURCH Toppenish, June 20.--An unusual event took place last Sunday in St. Aloysius Church, when three gener- ations of the same family were bap- tized by Rev. Fr. John Malley, pas- _tor. Mrs. Corn Holt, her two daugh- ters and two grandchildren, who were recently converted to the faith, received the sacrament. The two daughters are Mrs. Elizabeth S. ;last Tear, Representatives of the]Brewer and Ruth Holt, and the two Mission Board have visited a number grandchildren are Ruth J. Brewer and of Parishes, preached the Mission Message, and have taken up the Mis- sion Collection. The Parishes in which this has been done are as follows: St. Mary's Church, Atkins; St. John's Church, Brinkley; St. Louis' Church, Cam- den; Sacred Heart Church, Charles- ton; St. Anthony's Church, Ratcliffe; Holy Redeemer Church, Clarksville; St. Joseph's Church, Conway; Holy Redeemer Church, El Dorado; St. Joseph's Church, Fayetteville; St. Boniface Church, Fort Smith; St. Mary's Church, Helena; St. Roman's Church, Jonesboro; Our Lady of the Lake Church, Lake Village; St. Ed- ward's Church, Little Rock; Good Counsel Church, Little Rock;The Ca- thedral, Little Rock; Sacred Heart Church, Morriltcn; St. Patrick's Church, North Little Rock; St. Mary's 3hurch, North Little Rock; St. Mary's Church, Paragould; St. Joseph's Church, Paris; St. Joseph's Church, Pine Bluff; St. Paul's Church, Po- cahontas; Sis. Cyril and Methodius Church, Slovaktown; Holy Rosary Church, Stuttgart; St. Edward's Church, Texarkana, and St. Ignatius Church, Scranton. By this means the message of the Mission has been brought to a large number of people, and the results ob- Leonard H. Brewer. The sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Kennedy. Several others are under instruc- tion here and will soan be received into the Church. ORDAIN EX-FOOTBALL STAR Chicago, June 23 (NOWC)--James J. Haggerty, a star half-back at De Paul Univers!ty in 1929, was rd.ain. ed to the priesthood by the Most Rev. James A. Griffin of Springfield, at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Con- ception there. _ I .............. ' ..... :'.- CATHOLIC YOUTH CUP PLANS SEVENTH HOTEL FOR UNEMPLOYED BOYS Chicago, Jun 16.--Plans are un- der wa.y for the opening of the ev enth C. Y. O. hotel, for homeless, un- employed boys, under the immedi- ate direction of the Rev. Patrick Ms- PAGE SEVI HI itt loncy, O. F, M., which will accom- nmdate 300 and for which the pala- tial former home of "Bet a Million" Gates wi:l be used. This new pro.. jec is another step in the C. Y. O. work on behalf of unemployed single young men, many of whom otherwise might yield to temptation because o: hunger and despair. DIOCESAN MISSION COLLECTIONS MAY, 1033 Altus, St. Mary's ............................................................................. $ 6.70 Atkins, St. Mary's ................................................................................ Blythe'ille, Immaculate Conception ....................................................... Brinkley, St. John's ................................................................................... Camden, St. Louis' .................................................................................. Center Ridge, St. Joseph's ............................................................... 1.O0 3harleston, Sacred Heart and Ratciiffe, St. Anthony's .................... 19.32 Clarksville, Holy Redeemer .................................................................. 2.50 Conway, St. Joseph ..................................................................................... 15.39 E1 Dorado, Holy Redeemer ........................................................................ 31.03 Engelberg, St. John's ................................................................................ 1.10 Eureka Springs, St. Elizabeth's .............................................................. Fayetteville, St. Joseph's ....................................................................... 4.95 Forrest City, St+ Francis' ................................................................... 5//0 Fort mith, Immaculate Cotception Fort Smith, Christ King ............................................... ' Fort Smith, St. Boniface's .................................................... 85.7'/ Hartman, Sacred Heart ................................................................. 1.20 Helena, St. Mary's .......................................................................... - !Hope, Our Lady of Hope and Missions .......................................... : ....... Hot Springe, St. Mary's .................................................................. 17. Hot Springs, St. John's ................................................................... 11.55 Hoxie, Mary Immaculate ................................................................................. Jonesboro, St. Roman's ..................................................................... 10.40 Lake Village, Our Lady of the Lake ..................................... 6.40 Ledwidge, St. Francis' ................................................................ 1.03 Little Rock, St. Andrew's Cathedral .......................................... 50.00 Little Rock, St. Edward's .............................................................. 18.10 Little Rock, Our Lady of Good Counsel .............................. :-- .... 19.25 McGehee, St. Winand's .................................................... =--- 2.0@ Marehe, St. Mary's ................................................................. 1.80 Marianna, St. Andrew's ....................................................................... Mona, St. Agnes' & Egger, St. Moniea's ................................ 6.69 Morrilton, Sacred Heart 11.15 Morrison Bluff, St. Peter & St. Paul's 4.30 North Little Rock, St+ Patrick's 11.20 North Little Rock, St. Mary's 3.04 North Little Rock, St. Ann's 2.50 Oppello, St. Elizabeth's & Missions ................................... Paragould, St. Mary's 4.5"6 Paris, St. Joseph's ........................ -- .................................. 9.96 Pine Bluff, St. J'oseph's ............................................................................. Poeahontas, St, Paul's .............. : ...................................... 8.0 Prairie View, St. Meinrad's ............................................ 1.8 Rector, St. Henry's 2.615 Scranton, St. Ignatius' 2.39 Shoal Creek, St. Scholastica's ......................................................... Slovaktown, SS. Cyril & Methodius' .................................. 5.60 Stamps ............................................................................................ Stuttgart, Holy Rosary ........................ -: ................................... St. Vincent, St. Mary's 1O.0 Subiaco, St. Benedict's lO.O0 Texarkana, St. Edward's 12.65 Tontttown, St. Joseph's ....................................................... What you ha+e been looking for A Vacation Summer Home For boys btween the ages of 10 and IS undSer the careful and experienced constant supervision of men, well-trained and in ee one Catholic, can here fund encourage, ftr instance, the rained give evidence of the fact lhat Boy Leadership. :' he one Catholic, a member contributions for the Home Missions, once the need of supporting the Mis-  ttvine institution founded by I the Negro and Indian Missions, the siGn Cause of our Church is brought 't lrist, His Church, who, real-I suppor of the Near East Relief so +home to the people of the Diocese, . great sacrifice which his] 'll;has made fr him' and fr ' dear t the heart f the Hly Fath" they will respnd and respnd gner" I titut er, the National Catholic Welfare ously. In every case, the nterest M is  Is there one Catholic who is / Conference, the Catholic University, and co-operation of the Pastors has and the Cathedraticum which is the been the main feature in producing ., l Condition to continue in- support of our own beloved BLhop. such excellent results. During the s y =[" Not if he love Christ, Every Catholic who has at heart yea," that this has been done, the to- care , ansas ' Wishes to be deemed a the interest of his Faith, and wishes tal anaount received through this ,Ollower of that Christ, Who to see it progress should not only particular Crusade has reached the tone for all, shed His blood be content to give a donation him- sum of $850.00. A comparison of self, but should encourage others to the collections taken up in these ,true that everyone can give likewise that the great Mission- Parishes since the time that the Rep- all of his life and talents ary work of our Church may go on. ! resentatives of the Mission Board work. All can not be No work is so dear to the heart f have preached this message will show in the sense that t'Sey our Blessed Saviour, and no generos- that the collections have increased all to follow Christ more ity on our part will bring us greater substantially. But all can be Mission- b?essings than. that which is shown The work of bringing the Mission ense that they live ac- towards that great work of the Message to the various Parishes of the teachings of our Mas- Church, the support of the Missions. the Diocese has been done by Very all in their power, that The Mission Crusade Rev. Msgr. James P. Moran, LL.D., are willing, may carry The Mission Crusade or the rues- Rector of the Cathedral, and General of Ged's love for man- sage of the Missions was brought to Superintendent of Missions;  Rev. Whole world. All can be the member; of our Lady of the Lake Thomas A. Costello, Assistant Super- in supporting the Mis- Church in Lake Village of which the intendent of Missions, and Rev. Fran- of Christ's Church. Rev. J. A. Galloni is Pstor, on Sun- cis A. Allan, Secretary-Treasurer of its month of July when day, June 25th, when the Rev. Them- the Mission Board. The Mission Christ, His Church, as A. Costello, Assistant Superin- Soard has also received valuable as- in a special way tendent of Missions, visited that Par- sistance and help from the Rev. M. Blood of Christ, and ish, preached the Mission message, Leo Dailey, formerly a mem b.r .of on the love which and later took up the Mission collee- the teaching staff of the Catholic shedding of that most tion for the month of June. High School, and now Pastor of St. every Catholic should The arrangements whereby Mission Peter's Church, Wynne, and Missions. as far a.s lies in his pew- Sunday was changed from the third During the time that Father Dailey will not have been o the fourth Sunday in June was was located in Little Reek, he kindly very graciously made by Father Gal- gave of his services whenever called of the Mission Cause lent, who has always exhibi*ed a on by the Board. only the loyalty of great interest in every Diocesan ac- During the coming year beg!nning Christ Who loves tivity, but particularly in the Mission the latter part of August, this cam- he shed His blood for I work of our Diocese. Father Gal]oni patgn will be continued until every zil give added evidence ] had made announcement on the two Parish in the Diocese has had the i a they have for Him. ] Sunday previous, and was very cor- Mission Crusade preached to it. Due Vacation  I dial in inreducing the regresentative to the fact that the work has proved time of the year, mos of the Mission Board to his congrega- to be so successful, it is the express- of taking a vacation, tion and urging them to be as goner- ed wish of His Excellency, the Bish. SWIMMING--in one of the best pools of the state. HIKING--in the foothill, of the Ozarks. SPORTS--supervised games of all kinds on a spacious well-shaded Campus. DIET--holesome, bulanced food and plenty of it. Classes in Junior High Scheol subjects onducted  sufficient appli- cation8 are made. One-half unit allowed for flvo weeks course. TERMS: $5 per week. Special rates for brothers of the same family For full particulars, write Bro. Andrew, H:: /