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THE GUARDIAN, JULY 8, 1938 PAGE SEVEN I i ot Lc'ndon Bill G dless Congress am able to give Bill which Capt. will seek to in- of Commons of the Godless to be held here Home Secretary has stated that to forbid the is published' it be as follows: Prevent participa- in assemblies for Propagating bias- conferences calculated to the established re- of the coun- the Aliens' Restric- Act, 1919, and connected it enacted etc... 3 of the Aliens ) Act, effect as though sub-sections were end thereof: or participates in of any as- the purpose of beliefs of an athe- or speeches caleulat- the Christian or of religion in- or distributes, makes, has in his pos- or distribution containing s matter, he shall summary convic- imprisonment for exceeding three to deportation.' the expression means words representa- sought to bring any other form contempt. may be cited as (Blas- 38, and this Act, Aliens Restric- and 1919, may be as the Aliens Re= 1914. 938." as I The financial elgie L Boerenbond is a thing of at the recent 2,000 delegates at Minister of Agri- and Minister of aux zer were ,135 lectures were in addition to and local meet- been given to 434 farmers. Ex- competitions and organized under Belgian Boer- deposit bank $5,000,000. The Msgr. Cruys- on the necessity to the Christian A. NOTES from Page 6) Chargt __j Wir- and assisted by Dr. R. M. Mc- Mrs. J. J. Fish- Vir. and Mrs. H. Spinnenweb- John Wirges as able helpers, this be a grand suc- member should enjoy a real eve- of branch Apostolicity Of Church Defined By Bishop Hunt New York. (EL--In an address on "The Apostolicity of the Church," delivered on the "Cath- olic Hour" yesterday, the Most Rev. Duane G. Hunt, Bishop of Salt Lake, reminded his hearers that the Church was built upon the Apostles and that they were its first officials. The "Catholic Hour" is sent out over a network of the National Broadcasting Company from Sta- tion WEAF here and is produced by the National Council of Cath- olic Men. "To the Apostles," Bishop Hunt said, "Our Lord entrusted the duty of choosing successors. And their very first act, it is significant to note, at least the first act of which we have any record, was to choose a Bishop to fill the place left va- cant by the defection of Judas. Later on they added St. Paul and St. Barnabas to their group. "One by one they chose others as they were needed, so that when they were all gone their places were filled; more, because of the expanding work, their number had been increased. In each case the new Bishop was appointed and given his authority by those who already were Bishops. This pro- cess has been going on now for 19 centuries. "Not without reason, then, has I this apostolic succession, so vitally necessary to the very existence of the Church, been the object of special attack from the powers of evil. If only they could prevent, for the span of a human life time, the consecration of Bishops! If all :he Bishops in the world could be simultaneously destroyed, the end would be in sight. In such an event, because Bishops alone are delegated tq confer the Sacrament of Orders, no new Bishops could be consecrated. For the same rea- son, no more priests could be or- dained. Present Persecutions "As I speak these words, you are reminded of present day per- secutions. Recall the laws in cer- tain countries which forbid the Church to have seminaries where- in to train priests. Recall the laws which forbid priests to come in from other countries. Recall the edicts which exile, even destroy, priests and Bishops. Note the ef- forts made to arouse hatred in the minds of the American people against the clergy of the Church in the countries in question. And then, as to what is back of it all, the answer is obvious. It is the hope of the powers of evil, in- stinctively clever in their choice of means, to strike the Church at its vital point. "It was against this very calam- ity that Christ gave us his as- surance: 'Upon this rock I will build My Church, t and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.'" Additions to Nun's Normal College Grand Coteau, La. 0C).--An ad- ministration building, an auditor- ium and a building to contain classrooms and bedrooms will be erected as additions to the Normal College and Academy of the Sac- red Heart. They will be in Louis- iana Colonial style. The Religious of the Sacred Heart opened the boarding academy in October, 1821 in a two-story frame building. A three-story school building was erected in 1831 and the present chapel in 1851. vp '1 0.His Holiness in a private audience at Castelgandolfo the Rt. Rev. Msgr. ' Michael J. Ready, General Secretary of the National Catholic Welfare Conference. calling all our Readers to assist Our Advertising Program dealer you are buying be, his prices are moderate, his Service is good, and he 'ISES IN THE GUARDIAN Abbey Hives Have 14,000,000 Bees London. {E). -- There are nearly 14,000,000 bees in the hives at Buckfast Abbey, De- von during the summer. Bro. Adam is in charge of them. He is consulted by beekeepers all over the country. Ten tons of honey come from the Buck- fast bees each year. There are 260 stocks at Buckfast and Brother Adam raises queens artificially for his colonies, in an incubator that will take a thousand at a time. The bees are taken to Dart- moor in autumn and are left there for a whole month. They thus collect the heather honey for which the Buck- fast hives are famous. Scandinavian Catholic Editor Dies National Sa[ety Council :.: About Forest Fires :.: Prepared by U. S. Forestry Service to enlist cooperation against forest fires on the part especially of those who depend upon the na- tion's forests for recreation, industrial advantages and watershed protection. Everybody has heard about forest fires--in fact many people have not only watched them from a distance but have helped to stop their terrifying advance. These questions and answers are a "yard- stick" to measure forest-fire knowledge. How many questions can you answer correctly? A key to the question appears below. Questions 1. A slow-burning fire never does serious damage. T F 2. A forest fire burns faster in the day tirrte than at night. T F 3. Serious fires seldom occur in hardwood or broadleafed forests. T F 4. The California big trees show records of fire as far back as the year 245. T F 5. The majority of States have some system of fire con- trol or have passed laws providing for some form of for- est fire protect!on. T F 6. All forest lands in the United States are protected from fire. T F 7. The value of the timber burned each year in this country exceeds $50,00,000. T F 8. Burned over areas help to reduce tax rates. T F 9. Forest fires usually burn more rapidly downhill than uphill. T 10. If a tree survives a forest fire, it becomes immune to insect attacks. T F Answers on Page 8) AMONG THE JUNE ORDINATIONS i:?..:i.il !i:i:!!:i? ' "!i:!::i:i:i: '::!:i::!:!:: i::;.i: :i!i!::!!!iiii..'.'!ii? i!!i!!i! : ................................. Of unique interest among the June ordinations are pictured, upper photo, Rev. Raymond Helntz, for- mer cab driver, accepting a chalice from the Pittsburgh Taxi drivers upon the occasion of his ordina- tion June 12. Ft. Heintz, lacking a high school education, studied for 17 years "between fares", to fulfill an ambition to become a priest. Lower photO: Rev. Al- fredo Morotti, of New York, or- dained June 26, at the age of 58. His childhood ambition to enter Good Counsel Society Elects New Officers Little Rock.  At the semi- monthly meeting of the St. An- thony society of Good Counsel parish, June 29, new officers were elected, president, Mary Ellen Garrett; vice president, Thelma Du Val, Plans were made at the meeting for a lawn and bingo party on the evening of July 22. A feature of the meeting was a most interesting talk by the Very Rev. Msgr. J. J. Healy on "Unity in Thought, Cooperation and Ob- jective of Our Group." Quake Damages Flanders Church Brussels. (E)--Slight damage was done to the tower of a church in West Flanders by an earthquake. At the Koekelberg Basilica a mar- riage ceremony was interrupted by the shock, which lasted 10 minutes. Afterward the ceremony was con- cluded. PROGRESS 0 0 tn rn ra.] Z 0 0 :Z rn rn r.z.] Z 0 0 :Z tn First 207 YEARS AGO National Safety Council New Canadian Prelate Consecrated in Quebec Quebec. 013.--The" Most Rev, Ubald Langlois, O. M. I., was con- secrated Bishop and Vicar Apos- tolic of Grouard by His Eminence Rodrigue Cardinal Vilieneuve, in l the historic Basilica here just two days before Canada's First Na- tional Eucharistic Congress open- ed. The co-consecrators were the Most Rev. Gabriel Breynat, O. M. I., Vicar Apostolic of the Mac- kenzie, and the Most Rev. Joseph Guy, O. M. I., Bishop of Gravel- Oslo, Norway. (E).--Monsignor Irgens, Editor of the weekly, St. 0lay, publication of Scandinavian Catholics, has just died here. bourg and fomer Vicar Apostolic of Grouard. Thirty other mem- bers of the Hierarchy, were pre- sent. 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EDWARD,S J 9th and Sherman JULY 1O, 1938 Fifth Sunday After Pentecost Mass schedule: For the conveni- ence of Catholic nurses and doc- tors and other busy Catholics of i Greater Little Rock who must go to their work early, St. Edward's celebrates a Low Mass at 5:30 a. m. Other Low Masses will be cele- brated at 7 and at 8:30 a. m. And the High Mass will be at 10:30 a. m. 'lhe sermon theme in all Masses will be "The "Eleven- thirty, Eleven o'clock Crowd." Text: "Unless your justice abound more than that of the Scribes and Pharisees, you shall not enter into the Kingdom of Heaven." Evening devotions will be held at 7:30 p. m. in honor of the Holy Eucharist with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Services During the Week Masses will be celebrated daily at St. Edward's at 6 and 7 a. m. Monday will be the Feast of the Solemnity of St. Benedict, Patri- arch of the Western Monks, and will be celebrated with a High Mass at 6 o'clock and' a Low Mass at 7 a. m. Tuesday evening at 7:30 will be the regular weekly novena in hon- or the Mother of Perpetual Help followed by an entertainment by Circle No. 7 for the members of St. Edward's and our friends. Sets Record for Baptisms Port-au-Prince. 0.The Rev. E. Chauvin, pastor of Grands- Bois, has established a record in the administering of the Sacra- ment of Baptism--l,331 persons within eighty days. All of them, both children and adults, had come from the Dominican Republic, driven out of that country fol- lowing the tragic border distur- bances some months ago. O O Compare Yestera zy With Today PROGRESS IN THE CATHOLIC PRESS MEANS PROGRESS IN THE APOSTOLATE 0 0 r.n r.n r 0 0 n u] When the first newspaper was published in America advertising was almost unknown. Much of the pro- gress since then is due to the popularization of adver- tisements, because most papers depen'd on advertising for their principal revenue. Further progress for The Guardian will depend on Advertising. You can assist this progress by dealing with Guardian advertisers and mentioning The Guard- ian when you purchase. Th e 309x/ West Second Street Guardian Little Rock, Arkansas O PROGRESS PROGRESS PROGRESS PROGRESS i: