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of V A Hospita Catholic, ntion Hears N Y. (E} -- Ap- 30 per cent of the in Veterans Ad- are Cath- Daughters of Were told at their 24th C0nventkm. was made by Kerwin, director ervice for the Community cited the figures :n "continued eoopera- Catnonc Daughters Hospital Service er;ded here with Court Has Prie a final address by Bishop Vincent S. Waters of Raleigh. who urged the delegates to think always in terms at Catholic womanhood Bishop Waters also aelivered the sermon at the Pontifical Mass opening the convention. Distance No Curb To CDA Delegates Lake Placid. N. Y. {E}--DIS. tance was no deterrent for some of the Delegates who traveled thousands of miles to: attend the g'flden jubilee con-: vent.on of the Catholic Daugh-: ters of Ameri,m here. Mrs. Mary, McConaghy, who: 0{-:-Five priests and defendants were in!" by a Tito court :'forging" state do- some priests out Radio broad. charged that the Ld "forged  decis:ions of the Yugoslav to liber.ate s. It described these criminal." days earlier a Vati- heard here had been .n charges of i to me $0: Coth- I by the police. I ts the mother of ten children and a great grandmother, came from Balboa in the Panama Canal Zone. lIrs. Katherine Shaw came by plane aud train from Juneau, Alaska. A widow and the mother oi six. she left three daughters aL home, the youngest of them only two and a .half years old. Miss Marie T Martinez came by p.ane from Anbonito. Puerto Rico. She reported that tw club houses are already being sponsored there by the Cath- olic Daughters and three more are in the ,rocess of comple. tion. Miss Kerwin outlined the ob- jectives of the NCCS-VA Has. THE GUARDIAN, JULY 18, 19SZ PAG ,.. [1 Bishop Markham Lived Two 00Carmelite Fathers, MaryJake II Years In Episcopacy On _ |IT Novitiate, Near Little Rock, 1'o 1 I Borrowed Time, Says Bishop|It HaveOpen H0use-Dedication| Lowell, Mass. (NC)Bishop Thomas Markham's two tile Roek.The Disealced Carmelite Fathers, now stationed Theta Phi Alpha. national sorority for Catholic college women, at its 19th bienma! convention Just held in Chicago, presented its annual award, the Siena Medal to Dr. Elizabeth G. Salmon, of Fordham University faculty, and first woman elected president of the American Catholic Philosophical Association. Shown during" the presentation ceremonies are, left to right: Auxiliary Bishop Allen J. Babcock of Detroit, aUOrtal chaplain of the organization; Mrs. Mary Louise - -----Steigerwald' national .... president arid Miss. Salmon. (NC Photos) _::'=":7:=':::::::::--:rC::* room set aside, but no books in _gk,,, T.lb  their library for' the" priests and ,-v .  students" and' brothers.. Used | . . t',-r,i   reference books, biographies, his- | l:SelTIn1 ! lie r'ress  tortes, literature 'and language : .- - | books would be welcomed by  iffl "  them. Friends of Carmel may ! I'W q&bWq'Vq' | leave them at The Guardln Othf - ' ' '  fice o" send them mrect e :' Fathers Guardian: Office.--The infer- Write', call, or better still, come mation given here in "Shop Talk" by th.  Guardian Press store, f this week is somewhat in line :f you are interested in supplying busi,ess fr the Guardian's re- articles for the new Carmelite  __/, : Service as follows: (1) to ligious article-church goods store. Novitiate. Their 5edication is ss00]ied c special assistance to Many have been interested for next week. They will have Open Cla sins ih VA hospitals; (2) to weeks in yhat will be mentioned House for visiting. Afterwards stimulate the work of Catholic here, and 'for that reason there their cloister will be closed to the rti organizations iu providing A'- may be others who would like to'public ii T !i Vt:! Ai:::Plt.aJ.(.) 'tO 'i ko. i Te, CrmelR: N0Riate t --  --=: : . ...... ized ve, eranS:')b$..! or, , ::co, Mrylak', '. l'i 'htles south, of'Lit- I On Anoatmste,  ......   ordinatihg and guiding lI'Cath- tle Rock, last May, the Carmelite l "" Jr" -':': ":;"" : lle** .=In, mum  te olic volmneer activity in the VAIFathers wtih their seminarians Fctr Mothers d 0). hospital program, and brothers needed many things --- -M]-MONDA "ke .,,,,,.: .... lin the line of religious and de- Scranton, Pa. (E)A Catholic '-  z..,, OIIUAKY votional articles to furnish the newspaper columnist and mother hlmm for as little as former Shriner's Country Club, of three children is carrying on L Cll W. D. Tamp- ,, _. [purchased last spring for their a; apostolate here alfred at en- 4-43  I Rlngo czymansK Novitiate. oouraging other mothers and Mrs. Josephine Sczymanski, 62, A few hundred dollars worth mothers-to-be to con.ecrate them. White lady to |lye io died Monday at 9:30 a.m., at her of articles, vestments, tabernacle, selves and their children to the home, 701 Lucerne Ave., Lane ciborium, Benediction articles, Blessed Virgin Mary for widow and one Worth, after a long illness. ;holy water fen t and sprinkler, In addition, Mrs. Marie Smith required. Write She came to Lake Worth in'etc., have already been given to Myers, whose column, "Let's D Press, 311 1920 from Little Rock, Ark., was, the Carmelite Fathers. .methin About It," appears in Little Rock. a member of the Sacred Heazt . ". I Many additl0nal articles are The Catholic Light, organ of the alnml--- [ Catholic Church. .... and a member oz , nueueu. .................  nmy wm.er xon ann Scranton diocese, is seeking to W. lmmma Jr [ the Alta ann riosar.v oclezy. ,  icture of Our Lady of Mount encourage prospective mothers to .... armm s neeaea zo," each ox me -|151. [ Surviwrs include the husband, .......... have themselves aud their chil- Vincent D Sezymansz], son, vln.  . .  " ......  t.. ,ho dren blessed before as well as vent M, daughter, Mrs Harvey I " . - . semmarmns and brothers. These after childbirth. Jbs through the Sehuettler, Lake worm, also wl case unlv a ltttl o,,o" a , : =  ............ Bishop Gets Brleklayers' Card Want to work. seven brothers and sisters and ................ . .....  tar ega, ou umre are mlry our ranacmren or business estab- g -  ,. rooms. Hoping eventually that Worcester, Mass. ) Bishop St. Bartholomew's x. h, ,wenin of ti u,I they may get a confessional, the John J. Wright of Worcester is '"" .... = ....  .....:=. _ZNovitiate could use a "oonfes- an honorary member of the come,s #_'?u w m 2 ju__ tsional prie-dieu" at about $35. A Bricklayers, Masous and Plast- &UTO SALE wove St. oonn oz ne ross  ........ .... " -^. not m,, Lord because  mrge has upper 3mmre Is need. erers International Union. Cars .w j,u ., , v .......  ,_ , ........ . .a ed for the dining room at about Honorary membership was vot- NLR. Ph. 4o81 .% sla. aesn/ea uo,,ohn- : the same price. It is a new Men. ed the Bishop in recognition of llgnz in tnlngs-- m u- me " astery, remember. They have a his contribution to labor relations. permanent room Cross. :, Location of[ ;East or West] Our God is our refugee in after 5:00 p.m.  strength; a helper in troubles. 'LITI:RARY DETECTIVE' AT WORK Ps. 45:1. PICNIC ), JOS EP H iS !:'CHURCH GRO UNDS CENTER RIDGE (Catholic Point) THURSDAY JULY 24 , -------- .................. --- aXnaciTrhoUmniVeHitYCr(usCi?ct(nrigaht[) ) SatsUids?qteE.daryarddetGctivMraD'r. (fatu)l Harklns (standing) in establishing the first critical edition of the i homilies on the gospel of St. John Chrysostom, written in 400 A.D. Using modern tools of communications, Dr. Harklns can complete his DELICIOUS job of scholarship in a few years, a task that would probably con- sume a lifetime otherwise. An associate professor of classical |an- guages at Xavier, Dr. Hark ins is shown between the microfilm readers .,-.' STYLE SUPPER dustio! volume control on a wire recorder. (NC Photos) I[11 Wlurre Ildm Jr. J.W. mbv IUI :e Cream and Cold Drinks [[[I ----"---- -" "  years as a Bishop were on "borrowed time" given by Divine Providence as a reward for a dedicated priestly lite. This thought was expressed by Archbishop J. Cush- ing of Boston as he deliv. ered the eulogy here for his Returns from Korea Auxiliary, whom he had con- secrated less than two years before. "To timse who see things from the earth-flat level of people who lack the perspective of Faith," Archbishop Cushing said, "it must almost seem a waste of his con. 'secration that a mn should die so early after h. calling to the episcopal office; that the oils of ,vtreme Unction should have been soon superimposed upon nointing of consecration still so fresh upon the late bishop... "And yet, perhaps God's pro- vidence has actually revealed it- self by these circumstances in which it seems so hidden . . . It occurred to me that we must not say that God had foreshortened his yeaes and deprived him of the fullness of a 12i::htp's career. Rather i would seem more ac- curate tc say thaL fter the full. hess of a shepherd% life, a life in which he had spent himself gladly but utterl'/. Bishop Mark hm had been given borrowed years in which to receive the con- Monsignor George M. Carroll, solation of carrying the shep. M.M. (above), Maryknoll (N. Y.) herd's Mall, the  t.ward of enjoy, missionary in the Far East for ing, however briefly the honors the pant 21 years, and representa. of a B!shop... tlve of War Relief Servlcea--- "BishOp Markham never cam- National Catholic Welfare Con. plained of ill health, but more ferenee i " r ...... r my feelin that , n o ca, smee tue. na than one she yd ...... ax g his Just returned to the United States me years ox ms wvra t energles" anct" exn--auste'u his vital- co discuss the continuing relief ity more than he would ever ad- needs in war.torn Korea. This Is mit or hiz friends would wish to his first trip home in six years. seeJ' . .....  Dur!ng the first year of the Ko- 2he late Bish0phad dpent':1tmself a??li|:Vlt:\\;li #*:li ii]:i, duties of represent/ttV in Rome]. "':', .,tl..^.. , ..... for War Relief Serviees-National] .......... " ......... Catholic Conference from 1944 tel 1947 He added: ' I_ , -- . ! o "He came home with readiness lrtest s Painting and ability uminfinished,, eaBger Of Saint Unveiled to do great thiugs for Gee. ui in retrospect it seems clear, that New York. ()An oil painting he was living ou 'borrowed time.' of St. Vincent de Paul by a I think God gave him these exo priest-member of the faculty was tra yea:s . : that he might wear unveiled today in the new chapel a Bishop's honors in reward for of the downtown division of St. having Cone a Bishop's work and John's University, Brooklyn might carry a Bishop's crozier for havingcarrled in hs heart for The artist is the Rev. Lawrence many'years a Bishop's love for the A. Lonergan, C.M.. instructor in Church" art at St. John's College: I ! at their new novitiate at Marylake, fifteen miles south of Little Rock on Highway 167, have their dedication ceremonies beginning next Thursday. The public Is cordially invited to visit the monastery and grounds on these days. Attention is called to the visiting hots below. During visiting hours visitors will be taken thi-ough the en- closure and the various details and aspects of the Carmelite life will be explained to them. After the ceremonies on Sunday afternoon the monastery will be formally cloistered and thereafier closed to the public, except for the chapel and office, which will always be open to the faithful for spiritual direction, confessions (heard l English, French and Spanish), and for Mass. Program Of Dedication Cemmonles Marylake Carmelite Novitiate Highway 167, Saline County OPEN HOUSE:- July 24th to July 27th, inclusive. Visiting Hours, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9:00 to ! l :30 a.m. [:00 to 8:00 p.m. ViSiting Hours Sunday 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. FRID; :.July 25th: :, ,, ,i :,10:00 a.m. Blessing Of Chapel and Solemn Mass Coram Episcopo 12:00 noon Clergy Luncheon SUNDAY, July 27th: 4:30 p.m. Blessing of Monaztery , Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament Sacrec00 F'nt Ordination  '[[ bi Since Refonnatlon ]B Plumbing And [! Cologne. 00  Bishop Theodor' N [] shur, O.S.B., Vicar Apostolic of lg Heating Denmark has performed the I [ ......... first ordination of a Catholic[[ tuAut e;t'lut&t'B  rie'st in that country.slnCe, the.ll #'_lt Itm-ufr'mM 'Kll/chl'ichdr NachHebfendlenstH! .... ,.:!;;; ::, ': " .... Catholic news agency here. la ............. '__ ..... Little Rock Monument Co. 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