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meaus to us that nothing is than that Catholic and Catholic literature a large circulation, as every one may have every 8ood reading which instructs Warns, and strengthens and the Christian virtues. ~'BENEDICTUS, PP. XV. d [ Perpetual Misslon-- 4 I Po. ,.oo xI.. t: "The Guardian in every ~; tHme''-'-Our Mtt" THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK LITTLE ROCK, ARK., JULY 26, 1930 NO. 43 States. He spoke first 'the Mass were: Master of ceremo- ) Wall Street reverses of last hies, Rev. John J. Healy, Li~le Rock, thn said: /and Rev. R. J. Mal~non of Hoxie; As. that, following the mar-isistant Priest, Rt. Rev. Msgr J. P. there has been consid- Fisher, secretary of the Bishop; 'mont." [Deacons of honor, Rt. Rev. Msgr H. Ryan replied that there 'H. Wernke of Little Rock; Very Rev. " a couple of millions" !Msgr. A. L. Fletcher; Chancellor in the United States. 1'Deacon of the Mass, Rev. Thos F. that number of people are 'Walshe of Fayetteville; Sub-Deacon, Work and when business lead- Rev. J. M. Burns of Eureka Springs. crippled by depression and un- The following priests were present care for them, it is a favorite 'at the funeral: Rev. O. P. Butter- 0r the introduction and spread "bach, Camden, Ark.; Rt. Rev. Msgr. hevism,,, His Holinessre- 'W. J. Carroll, St Mary's Church, Hot '~ Springs; Very Rev. Msgr O. B. Ctar- ~iqUs then told Monsignor Ry-[ endon, Wexarkana; Rev. P. F De~e- e had received his first for-'me n d, St. John's Church, He t l~ression of the strength and i Sprin.gs; Rev. J. C. Feldkamp, At- of Bolshevism when he was kins; Rt. Roy. Msgr. B. H. Fuerst, St. 0n Some years ago, before he Scholastica's Convent, Fort Smith a elevated to the Sacred Col- Very Rev. Msgr. A. P. Gallagher, Cardinals. His Holiness then Mona; Roy. A. G. Haeringer, Engel- gl~e Rector for his personal i'berg; Rev. John J. Healy, Little Rock COncerning the position of t'College; Roy. E. A. Henmen, Forrest ~ in the United States.(City; Rec. C. Hertel Marche, Rev. ~6r Ryan tokl the Holy Fa.] Jos M Hofflinger, Paragould; Rt Lt a ~' " " ah" lthough there had been a iRev. Msgr. P. F. Horan, Ft Smith; u~e increase in the number Roy. M. Judt, Slovaktown; Rev. G. tployed in the United States, I'H. Keller, El Dorado; Rev. W. J. Wed that Bolshevism would IKordsmeier' Jonesboro; Very Roy. ~Uch harder time of it there Thos. J. Martin, Helena; Rev. Chas. Lr ~ther countries. Many rail-I (Continued on page 3) e.wrl~aen, he told the Pope, l. lr own homes and, in many 1G. P. EPPIG, NEPHEW i obiles, too, an argument t OF CARD. MUNDELEIN, .~ ~o.shevists would have a[ MARRIED BY UNCLE ~e meeting. The average ~, ownership of property, I (By N. C. W. C. Ne~'s Service.) ~"~gnor Ryan, would make . , ~avo ......... ] RockvHle Centre, N. Y., July 19.-- - me princlptes ox t~om. I ....... " I r~is ~minence ~eorge waroinat ~4un- ~' 1" .... epeating his warning that]delem, Archbishop of Chicago, offl- Should watch closely lest elated at the wedding of his nephew, :tara develop, Pope Piss drop- George Theodore Eppig, to Miss Rita 0 s~ Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo- B| ~))~"~o ~--~. ]seph A. Miller, of this village, Thurs. '~,~v~./r..~.~l,,~ IVl2akur". . , , . "ATI [OLIC CHARITIES day mormng in St. AgnesChurch NR , YORKER'S WILL here. The Cardinal was also cele- brant of the Nuptial Mass. Mr. El)- C. W. C. News Service.) pig is the son of Mrs. George The~- York, July 18.---The greater dore Eppig, also of this village. WARNS iMonsignor Froitzheim's Father Judt of Msgr. Froitzheim Is J.M. Lynch, Noted tPflP 'g L .TWR m'~ al 11" aP'~l * rl l as %IA a~ ~ as,4a~k ,l,l~al.V, ] Funeral Attended by Slovaktown Honored *Succeeded by Pastor amonc urtamplo BOLSHEVIKI Many Priests On Anniversary of Engelberg Parish of Labor, 63, Dies UN Di DILA[10N IN U S !Immense crowd prescott at last rites Thirtieth Anniversary of Ordination Rev. A. G. Hearinger Is Named by (By N. C. W. C. News Selwice) OF HIS a * ' for Beloved Pastor. Bishop Pays Commemorated--Bishop Bishop to Succeed to Parish Syracuse, N. Y., July 18.---James J Loving Tribute. Priests' Presides. and Deanery. M. Lynch, internationally known Sly 15.---When he received Choir Sings Requem. -- --- Catholic labor leader, former Labor By Msgr. Enrico Pucei Roy. Msgr. James H. Ryan,Surrounded by hi~ bro'~her priests, About 500 members of St. Cyril The Very Rev. A. G. Hearinger, Commissioner of New York State and (Rome Corespondent, N, C. C. W. C. of the Catholic University of with his Bishop at their head and his and Methodius Church, Slovak and formerly of Engelberg, Randolph'member of the State In4ustrial Corn- News Service.) at Washington, D. C., in a weeping parishioners, all that was friends of the Roy. Michael Judt, pas- county, ~ms been named by the 'mission, and trade union official for Rome, July 14.--The inauguration audience yesterday, His Holt-rmo~al of Msgr. Froitzheim was car-[tor, from Stuttgart, Hazen and sur- Bishop to succeed the late Monsig-I , many ~ ears, died here on Wednesday of the manument erected by Pius X] ~l~e Piss XI took occasion to ried to its last resting place. It was' rounding communities participated nor Froitzheim as pastor of St. Paul's ~ af:er a long illness. He was 63 years in his native city of Deslo through ,e United States to beware lest "a most touching sight, an impressive in the all-day celebration at Slovak, Church, Pocahon.tas, and Dean of the'old, the initiative of the Mayor of the isra spread in America during "tribute to the priest who had faithful, i commemorating Father Judt's thir- Northeast Arkansas District. Father' Mr. Lynch's career which was i town, Comm. Gmho" " Gava,zzh" a child" sting period of financial de- 'ly and unostentatiously served his ]tieth anniversary of ordination to the !Haeringer has taken possession of the 'commenced as a "printer's devil," had t hood friend of the Pope, took place and unemployment. The 'parish for 23 years. I priesthood. The Rt. Rev. John B. ]parish. , t been one of outstanding sig~fificance[ "th the greatest solemnity and with of the United States, said His ; The Funeral. I Morris, bishop of Little Rock, was an A Priest twenty Years i to labor unions in his home state and ~ the spiritual participation of His not realize how far Bol-~' The solemn ceremonies of the Pen-I honor guest and pr~cipa~ speaker The Very Rev. A. G. Haeringer to the welfare of laborers in general, i Holiness. spread already nor corn- ~tifical Requiem Mass began wiJh a I for the occasion, which was also at. was born in Mornau, Germany, and As president of the Syracuse Type-I The inaugnration took place in the its spread means, of the clergyand altar' tended by clergymen "procession from various l came to this country when a very graphical Union, the Central Trades ipresence of all the ecclesiastic, civi| Father introduced in the boys escorting the Bishop. On reach- paves of Arkansas and Missouri. i yeung man. He made his seminary and Labor Assembly, the Interns-land military authorities and of Mar .during which he showed a !ing the sanctuary the Bishop vested The program opened with a cortege ! studies here and was ordained July atonal Typographical Union, t h e I quis Francesco Pacelli, General Coun- k~owledg'e of conditions "and began the Mass. The officers ofof decorated automobiles" which" met 2, 1910, at St. Andrew's Cathedral, American Life Society and as an of- cillor of Vatican City, delegated by Bishop Morris at Hazer and accom- the large estate of John Who died on February 10, of to 15 Catholic institu- ~a the will filed for probate of $10,000 is made to the of the Sacred Heart, St. The Church of St Paul in this city receives nths of the residue, the de Paul Society, also of -fourteenth, and the fol- organizations get two- The couple sailed today for Cuba and will proceed through the Panama Canal to th~ West coast of Costa Rica. Upon their return the couple will live in Oak Park, Ill. The bride is a graduate of St. Agnes Academy here and Marymount College, Tarry- town, N. Y. Mr. Eppig was gradu- ated from X~avier College, Cincinnati Ohio. BISHOP NeLL GOING TO EUROPE TO MAKE THREE ADDRESSE~ (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Fort Wayne, Ind., July 18.--The panied him to Slovak, where he was further honored by a procession of little girls dressed in white. At 10 o'clock a high mass was sung by Father Judt in the presence of the bishop. The Rev. Thomas J. Martin, pastor of St. Mary's Church, Helena, and the Rev. H. J. Heagney, pastor of Holy Rosary Church, Stuttgart, serv- ed as chaplains to the bishop and the Rev. Joseph Fe!dkamp of Atkins was each: House of Calvary, Lane, the 'Bronx, New of Relief for Incur- Rt. Rev. John F. Nell, Bishop of Fort The retiring rector came to the 71 .-f~b~-- .~* ~, Whyne and editor-in-chief of Our College as professor of canon law in .... ~.~'~'~. "~ .'~.~'" Sun'day Visitor, sails August 1 for 1885 and has remained connected ~va ~a~nonc wnanues Europe, where he is to deliver ad- with it uninterruptedly ever since; of New York, Catho- three ]m o~t n ~. ~ " dresses to " p "a t meetings being at the same time professor of Extension Society, Chica- in as many countries Theological Faculty of the Univer- ?e for the Aged of the Bishop Nell will speak to a Con- sity ,~ o~ the Poor, 135 West gross to be held in Budapest, hisHis resignation does not imply de- -, z~ew xorg, ,, . - _,_ subjectbeing The Cathohe Press parture; fox" he will continue to re- ~ ~1,000 pass to the fol t tes" He .. _ ' of the 'United S a .. will also side in the hous~ which he has made ~n New York: speak at the National Eucharistic what it is--one of the model educa- ~uardian Society, 130 Congress of Croatia to be held in tional establishments of Louvain. r :root; Sisters of. the Di- Zagreb, August 14 to 16. His third His successor, Canon de Strycke , men, White Plains,So-~ " us Cond~ m~ .... " !address, on Religio "t" ~s o~ was in pro-war times vice-rector of ~ae.Propagaion of the lthe Church in the United States,"lthe College and professor of philoso- ~xachson Avenue, Domlm )~ m the Int r . . " " "'~ viii l)e delivered dur" g e na- l)hy. Since the end of the war, he ;t o~ the. Sick Poor, 140~tional Catholic Week to be held atlhas taught moral philosophy at the ~X~et; L~ttie Sisters of the '~Geneva, September 14 to 21. IUniversity and presided over Adrian , 246 East 15th Street;I Bishop Nell will land at Bremen, tVI College Numerous are his friends St. Francis of Assist, 141'Germany, and will go to Berlin, War-]in the United States, which he toured Street, and Catholic For: saw and Prague on his way to B~uda-lseveral:times, the last time, to pro- SOciety 0 )a~e Ca~ ~ ' 19 ., ssining, N. Y. pest. t. " , dinai Mere.or s tour in 19 the Holy Father to represent him, with the following letter: "Beloved Son, Greetings and Apos- tolic Bleessing. "Desiring to be present in some way at the solemn ceremony at which will be inaugurated in Our beloved native city a personal monument to Us, with particular reference to the happy event of the concitiation~ We have decided to ent,~st the repre- sentation of Us, together with that ot master of ceremomes I ~ .~ " ~sided nearby at Engelberg for see- the Central Trades Assembly the S'.ate of Vatican City, to ~/eu, .. r~e choir of Holy Rosary Church, l eraI years He was a close and de- It was during" his eight-year term who, with so much zeal and brilliant dmeeted by Mrs L J Lentz as or ) . : ~: . , -[voted friend of the late Monsignor as president of the International Ty-iactivit~, rendered the most conspie-' gainsL renuerea ~oswig's beautiful * .... I Fro~tzhe~m. " pographical Union that he achieved uou.~ service m bringing to a happy Mass in F, in an impressive and ar-t __~ international prominence He order-]conclusion the difficult project which tistic manner. The Roy. V. Linek, BISHOP URGES LARGE ed the mation-wide strike of printers lrecalled Italy to her noble tradition pastor of St. John's church, St. Louis, [ LAY ATTENDANCE AT for an eight-hour day in 1906 Two Ins a Catholic nation. " " .... "" " d uccess "You will explain m Our name to an mhmate fIlend of the .jubflarmn, ] EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS yems late~ the strike ende s -I - " gave an approprmte talk m Slovak, I ~ fully At that time hc obtained r the public authorities of Desto and ~o (Continued on Page 4.) I ~ ,, ~ ranking with Samuel Gompers and all the citizens Our great gratitude DR. BUTIN NAMED . . .~ .... " , "-" : forms carried out in his term as ~ ~ano8 oI uanOllC men an(1 wonlen oI SOCIETY OF MARY " , p r e s i d e n t of that organization. RUSSIAN NOBLEMAN HEAD [ he lmt~ are expected to come here Amo e JN C PITAL .:: .... "- ;..... .ng th se reforms were the es- OFFICER CZAR S GUARDS, |~,hen the Sixth National Eucharistic tabhshment of a~'~hs|on of $8 a ...... ORDAINED 'PRII T Washington, July 16.---The Very Congress convenes on September 23 week for aged and indigent printers Rev. Dr. Romanus Butin, S. M., Pro- The Rt Roy Jo~onh .~oh~-,,~h: and the obtaining of an approprla- (By N. C. W. C. News Servlee ~SI~ fessor of Semitic Languages and Lit- B" - """" ' ~" -~#" "~" ...... ~ tion to care for chronic eases at the eial Cable.) : ~sno o~ ~tevelano, ann patron ox , Rome Jul 1 eratures at the Catholic U~iversity of t" P Union Printers H o m e, Colorado , y 7.--Prince Alex~ as Con ross, voiced a general mw ntr~ Wotkonsky former hi h afflee~ l~ America and former superior of the g" " " "- Springs He co "buteci many at- , "g Marist Seminary here, has been Ram- tation to the Catholic laity of Amer- tides to magazines and during the the Russian Imperial Army~ was er- ed Provincial of t h e Washington ica to participate in this great public past year was editor of The Advocate, dained a Catholic priest here yeste~ Province of the Society of Mary, it manifestation of homage to the a local labor publication, day. was learned here today Dr Butin B1 ...... " - , Mr Lynch'z nomination as State Prince Wolkonsky was a men~ber of " " essea ~ucnarls~, wnen ne comerrea " . succeeds m office the Very_ Rev. Rich- l~" " Labor Commissioner in Governor the Rusman Orthodox. Church, but be. ere ~ecently w~th the Rt Rev Jo , ard H Smith, S M z " " Sul er s term was rejected because came a convert to Catholicism in seph R Rummel, B~shop of Omaha, he was a Democrat but he was a 1912 He was at one tnne mfl Dr. Butln has just returned to " " : , p- . i "Rar~ a .... Washington from the Joint Harvard nd the local committees making ex- pmnted by Governor Glynn, who hml-lattache at the l~usman Embas~ in University-Catholic Dmversity of tensive nlans for the Congress , ed him as a great executive and Rome. He has now for some tmae America archaeological expedition to "It is'-our sincere ho~ that many!peacemaker" In this office, Mr. !been professor of Russian language the Serabit-el-Khadem Plateau, Sins ..... ~- . ,', [Lynch was interested in the condi- at the Pontifical Oriental Institute k)atnolic men and women zrom all ~on f worn " " h .... Peninsula. which made discoveries of o en m industry and advo- ere, a pomtmn which he will eor~ rear s' """ . sectionsof the UnitedStates will e g cmntffm ~mportance m connec- ated laws for the betterment of their tmue to hold. tmn" w~th" the origin of the alphabet, gather in,,Omaha, during the coming position. He also made a strong All the members of the Pontifica~ In 1927, Dr Butm" had the honor of Congress, B~shop Sch~'embs said. fight" for the adoptmn" of health msur- Commission for Russm were pre~ent serving as Acting Director of the "Omaha was chosen as the Congress ance. at Prince Wolkons~,'s ordina~'~- School of Oriental research, conduct- m ........... Mr. Lynch co-operated with Sam- "~ ~"" ~ng pmce because o~ ~s accessb ___, ,~ ........ ~ ---- - headed by the Premdent o the Con)- ed at Jerusalem by the American Ori- b ....... ue~ ~o,-U~r~ a~ w~ high m the - i f ental Sectary" . theU~ZY'nearelt ~s centrally, located,to being councils of the American Federation mission, Bishop Michael d'Herb!gal~. The Very Roy. Joseph Thoral, S.M., st large c~ty the gee- of Labor. He was opposed to wolence Also present were Archbishop Car~ of t h e Marist Seminary here, for graphical center of the country. The and always urged settlen.'ent of dis- Margotti, Apostolic delegate at b-~- many years provincial treasurer of program of'the Congress has been agreements by peaceful methods, stantinople; Archbishop Joh~ Nas- Governor Roosevelt, in 1929, placed the Society in the United States, has laid out so as to appeal to laity as Mr. Lynch on the Old Age Security lian, Vicar to the Armenian Patriarch been named General Treasurer of the Society of Mary, with headquarters in well as clergy. Commission, which position he held and representatives of all Oriental Rome. "Everyone who attended the Inter- until his death, communities arid institutes. Many national Congress in Chicago recalls members of the Roman aristocracy AMERICAN COLLEGE those lessons of piety and devotion PRIEST WHO FOUNDED false attended. SYSTEM FOR TEACHING IN LOUVAIN HAS that were instilled deep in the minds DEAF TO BE HONORED I Prince Wolkonsky s sister a ~d A NEW RECTOR and hearts of all who came to honor ~ Idaughter also saw his.elevation to, the Louvain, July 14.--The Right Rev. the Blessed Eucharist. We hope that (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) ipriesthood. He has been a widower Monsignor de Becket, U. J. D., for the Omaha Congress will bring an Buffalo, N. Y., July 18.---A men-,for seven years. the last thirty-two years Rector of outpouring of laity, as well as, clergy, ument to Abbe Michel de L'Eppe,I P ' ' i the American College of Louvain, has a~d that it will become an annual founder of the system of instruction. PO E HONORS INDIAN, resigned. To replace him, the Board of American Bishops, directors of custom to so honor this central rays- for the dea~ and dumb, will be erect- ! 50 YEARS A SACRIffFAN the institution, named the Very Roy. tory of the Catholic Church." ed near the entrance of the grounds Canon P. de Strycker. Several of the largest lay groups of LeCouteulx St. Mm;y's Institute~ Rome, July 14---(N. C. W. C.-Fides) which will be represented at the Con-for the Deaf, in the course of tho!~-~Hjs^ Holiness^Pope l:~2,XIbe/2w. gr ss w~ll include members of theacrn,~ .............. U Yagapillay of Tuticorin Diocese, Eucharistic League, modeled [gust'4 ~ea~'h:mVee::::l ne~:::r~, i~dia, in the course of the private dU- Pepie's aftex- the Pmests" Euchar~tm'-" League, led in commemotatmn" " of the fffheth" : dmnce of H~s" Lordship," the Right the Per etual Adoralmn Socmty, a f he man uratmn of Roy T~burtms Roche, B~shop of Tu P ." ". anniversary o t " g " .-. ..... . : group devoted to specxal adoratmn of [ the manual alphabet and convention" ., t~corm, June 18. Mr. Yagapfllay has the Eucharist, and the Daily Mass al signs by Abbe L'Eppe. . been sacristan of the Church of Our League, composed of persons pledged[ LeCouteulx St. Mary's Institute is;I eddy of the Assumption, Vadakkan- to attend daily Mass. tl'e oldest school for mutes in the'kula, for 'the past 50 years, and The chief lay function of the Con- United States, the Sisters of St. Jo-:though n~w an octogenarian, is still gross will be the gigantic Holy Name lscph who conduct the institution, fat his post. When Bishop Roche rally to be held in Creighton Univer- ~having come to the Diocese of Buf-imentioned the venerable 'sacristan to sity Stadium on September 24, the ~falo 75 years ago. The school is.the Pope, His Holiness smiled mad second night of the Congress, when ,named after Louis LeCouteulx, who :said: "Such a faithful servant de- His Eminence George Cardinal Mun- donated the first land upon which!serves recognition. We shall give him delein, Archbishop of Chicago, will the Sisters of St. Joseph made their lthe ~Bene Merentt Medal." speak, as will the Hen. Martin T. l home. 1 Mr. Yagapillay~s brother is the MaRten, Justice of the United States} The statue of Father L'Eppe is of} The Rt. Roy. J o s e p h Schremba, Circuit Court of Appeals, New York I bronzc and of h~roie size The sculp-~and one of his daughters is Mother City Fifty thousand are expected itor, Eugene E. Harmon, received bis Superior of the Trichinopoby to atten,I this rally. ' education at St. Mary's. ' vent.