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PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1920. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. A. J. Isch returned Friday: from a two months' stay in California. Miss Josephine Basso, is a guest at the Majestic Hotel at Hot Springs. Louis Koers and Dr. It. W. Brown- ing left this week for Eureka Springs. Mrs. J. L. Menton and sister, Mrs. Frank Erhart have returned from Bella Vista, Ark. Mrs. 1L E. Lee and little nephew, Charles I)rees, Jr.. are the guests of relatives in Oklahoma. Miss Nina Wiegel lms turned from Memphis anti has as her guest, Mrs. Clifford Yerkes.. "Miss" Bessie Breen of Fort Smith is the guest of her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. O'Brien, 1322 Broadway. Mrs. Thomas Smith has returned l from a five weeks' stay in New York City where she visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keatts and sons, James and Carol are summer- ing in their cottage at Bella Vista, Ark. I}IOCESAN NOTES ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY. The Spiritual Direction of St. John's Seminary, of the Diocese of Little Rock, will hereafter be in charge of the Carmelite' Fathers, (Order of Discalced Carmelites). Father Edward, O. C. D., and Father Raymond, O. C. D. will inaugurate the new administration in later Septem- her. WEINER. Wiener i,as been added Io the canonical parishes of the diocese. Fornmrly attached to the clmreh at Jonesboro as a missiou, it is now to have its own parochial existence. Rt. Rev. Bishop Morris of Little Rock, has assigned Rev. Father Gee. X. F. Strassner, as the first pastor. Wether is a rice town, and the pros- pects are most assuring of a very Sunday, August 2' 9 ................................. XIV after Pentecost Monday, August 30 ............................. St. Rose of Lima, Virgin Tuesday, August 31 ........................ St. Raymond Nonnatus, Conf. Wednesday, September 1 ................................ St. Giles, Abbot Tlmrsday, Septen, ber 2 ................................ St. Stephen, King Friday, September 3 ................................. St. Serapia, Virgin Saturday, September 4 ........................ St. Rose of Viterbo, Virgin THE CLAIMS OF THE CHURCH PROVED BY IiER AI)VERSARIES "The Catholic Church From Without" By Rev. Jas. A. Carey, Maine Catholic Hist. Society THE CHURCH Miss Marie Ginocchio left Saturday for Fort Worth, Tex., to ,be the guest of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harper Brannon. Mrs. Paul S. Juliem,e and sister Miss Margaret McCaffrey are guests of their aunt, Mother M. Fidelis at St. Mary's, Pulaski Heights. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Cunning- ham, who have been spending several weeks at the Hotel Strand at Atlantic City, are now in Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. A. Galvin of Memphis, Tenn., who for the past two weeks has been the guest of Mrs. J. A. Hempfling of North Little Rock has returned to her the direction of two Carmelite Fathers. There is now a colony of 500 Mexi- cans in the vicinity, who are anxious for religious attendance. TEXARK.NA. Rev. S. I. McCallion has been ap- ,pointed assistant to Rev. Doctor Clarendon, pastor of St. Edward's church. Attached to the parochial work of St. Edward's is the chap- laincy of the Meagher Memorial Hospital. EDITOR'S DAUGHTER RECEIVES HABIT By N. C. W. C. News Service ()ssining, N. Y., Aug,st 16.--Miss home. Gertrude Kenkel of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Cunning- (laughter of Frederick ham and Mrs. Burdette Roberts and little daughter, Margaret are spend- ing sometime at Atlantic City. Miss Katie Duval, who has been the guest of Miss Julia Newman at Mem- phis, Tenn., has returned hmne, ac- companied by Miss Newman, who will be her guest. GOOI) COI;NEI, PARIStl Attenf ion--Ladier Attention The ladies of our Lady of Good Counsel Church will meet at (he Par- ish Itall, 9th and B:sho,), Monday af- ternoon :t 4 o'clock. A large attend- mice is retlues'ed. Swimming Party. Mrs. John J. Healey entertained 12 guests at a swimnfing party at Spring Lake on Tuesday afte,moon, for the pleasure of Mrs. Paul S. Julienne and Miss Margaret McCaffrey of New Orleans. The afternoon was spent i.n swimming and bridge, and at 6 o'clock a most delicious supper -as served. Those present were Mesdames J. J. Healey, C. A. Roth, Harry Donald Ayres, Paul S. Julienne and the Misses Helen and Tex Roemer, Julia Monahan, Margaret McCaffrcy, Anna Louise Keller, May Letzig, Bess Sehmidt and Bernadine Sminek. Five Hundred Party. One of the very pleasant affairs of the past week was the 500 party given on Thursday n, orning by Miss Julia Monahan, in honor of Mrs. Paul S. Julienne and Miss Margaret McCaf- frey of New Orleans. Five tables were arranged for the players. The high scores were made by Mrs. Jesse The Church Abolistted Slavery. It was the Church, "too, that abolish- ed the ancient evil of slavery. How far her zeal and charity extended in active Catholic center, t this work is manifest from the founda- )tim, of some of her religious orders, BAUXITE. I ...... . [the lives of whose members were de- St. xeresa's 'armn, ormeriy a mis- . ........... . , [vote(l IO tile rcuemptlon OI Lnristlan sion :d:l. by Letl. J; P. l,l, sn:r, I caplives. Listen again to Lecky: l 1 L[te I).OCK UOII( gO, I . while , The services of Christianity in has been canonically established as this sphere (slavery) were of three a diocesan parish and will be under kinds. It supplied a new order of re- St. Louis, Kenkel, the editor of Amerika, was one of a group of six young women who received the habit of the Foreign Mission Sisters of St. Dominic on the feast of the patron saint of the order. The candidates were received by the Rev. Charles Callen, O. P., in the presence of the Ve,w Rev. James Walsh. superior general of Maryknoll, Very Rev. Monsignor Dunn, chancellor of the New York Archdiocese and other priests. DIOCESAN NORMAL INSTITUTE. lations, in which the distinction of classes was unknown. It in, parted a Latest and Only Official Returns Re- ceived at Guardian Office From Treasurer of Summer Normal h,- i stitute Maintenance Fm, d. St. Mary's Paragouhl ........................ $130.00 Rev. Joseph M. Hoflinger. St. Patrick's, North Little Rock ............................................................... 120.00 Rev. A. Demurger. St. Benedict's, Subiaco .................. 164.00 Rev. Gee. Binkert, O. S. B. Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Slovactown ............................................. 70.00 Rev. Louis Glinski. Holy Rosary, Stuttgart ..................... 80.00 St. Anne's, Gillett (Mission) ...... 16.00 Rev. Jos. Schlatterev. St. Mary's, Hot Springs .................. 182.00 St. John's, Hot Springs ..................... 90.50 Very Rev. W. J. Carroll. SL Paul's Pocahontas ........................ 150.00 Rev. Jos. Freitzheim. St. Edward's Little Rock ............... 400.00 Rev. Maurus Rohner, O. S. B. moral dignity to the servile classes, !and it gave an unexampled impetus to the movement of enfranchisement. The first of these services was effected by I the Church ceremonies, and the peni- tential discipline. In these spheres, ' from which the Christian nfind derived lilts earliest, deepest and its most its l enduring impressions, the difference between the master and his slave was unknown. They received the sacred elements together, they sat side by side at the agape, they mingled in the public prayers. In the penal system of the Churchl the distinction between wrongs done to a freenmn anti wrongs done to a slave, which lay at the very root of the whole civil legislation, was r  populated, and when the flower of the youth of Italy was mowed down by the sword or carried away into captivity, the hishops never desisted from their efforts to alleviate the suf- ferings of the prisoners. St. Ambrose disregarding the outcries of the Arians, who denounced his act as atro- cious sacrilege, sold the rich church ornaments of Milan to rescue some captives who had fallen into the hands of the Goths, and this practice --which was afterwards formally sanctioned by St. Gregory the Great-- became speedily general. * * * When, long afterwards, the Moham- medan conquests in a measure repro- duced the calamitiez of the barbarian invasions, the same unwearied charity was displayed. Tim Trinitarian monks, founded by John of Matha in the twelfth century, were devoted to the release of Christian captives, anti another society was founded with the same object by Peter Nolasco in the following century."--History of European Morals, Vol. 11, pp. 70-77. i REPL1CA OF SItRINE TO BE ERECTED FOR CORNER STONE LAYING By N. C. W. C. News Service Washington, D. C., Aug. 23.--A miniature replica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception one-tenth the size of the church will be erected on the site of the big edifice so that visitors to Washing- ton during the gathering of the hierarchy in the week of September repudiated. At a time when by the 20-25 may have an idea of how the civil law a master whose slave died as basilica is to appear when completed. a consequence of excessive scourging The campanile of the Shrine will be was absolutely unpumshed, the L reproduced in a st,cture 35 1-2 feet Cm::t:lfo:f e Ill!ber, s :xcluded t!mt ] high and about l0 feet square, inthis s .' ver from the commumon. I building there will be a bureau of in- The chastity of female slaves, for the I formation for the accommodation of protection of which the civil law made visitors. but little provision, was sedulously All the turf on the site will be re- guarded by the legislation of the moved and the ground left bare to Church. show the area that will b e occupied by Slave birth was no disqualification i the Shrine. The sods will be used in for entering into the priesthood, and making a large graden in the shape an emancipated slave, regarded as the dispenser of spiritual life and death, often saw the greatest and the most wealthy kneeling humbly at his feet, imploring his absolution or his bene- diction. In the next place, Ch,'istianity i imparted a moral dignity to the ser- vile class. It did this not only by associating poverty and labor with the monastic life, which was so pro-- foundly revered, but also by intro- ducing new modifications into the ideal type of morals. * * * The multitude of slaves who embraced the new faith was one of the reproaches of the pagans, and the names of Blandina, Potamiaena, Eutyches. Victorinus and Nereus show how fully they shared in the sufferings and in the glory of martyrdom. The first and grandest edifice of By.,v.ntine archi- tecture in Italy--the noble church of St. Vital at Ravenna--was dedicated by Justinian to the memory of a martyred slave. Emancipation. "While Christianity thus broke down the contempt with which the master had regarded his slaves, and i pkmted among the latter a principle St. Ames' Mena .................................... 80.00 Nery Rev. A. Gallagher. St. Ma,T's N. Little Reek ............ 114.80 of regenerttion which expanded in no Rev. Peter Bartodziej. . other sphere with an equal perfection, ! of a heart, 20 by 40 feet, on.which will be spelled in letters forled by foliage plants, "Put Your Heart in Our Blessed Mother's Shrine." The International Federation of Catholic Alumnae will take an active part in the exercises to be hehl in connection with the laying of the foundation stone of the Shrine. Offi- cers of the Federation branches form- ing the Washington chapter and repre- sentatives of educational institu- tions for Catholic women from differ- ent parts of the countlT met here last week and accepted an offer of Bishop Thomas J. Shahan and the Rev. Dr. Bernard McKenna to act as hostesses at the exercises. An advisory com- mittee composed of presidents and re- gents was appointed. OUR MOTTO: "THE GUARDIAN IN EVERY HOME!" ..... u H ............................ KLF,/IN $00ID BRE/ID Made by ROSE CITY BAKERY Kirten and Miss Bernadine Sminck, Mrs. J. A. Kline won the consolation. The honorees were each presented with a gift. Mrs. J. r. Powell of St. Anthony's Wether ........................ Paris, Texas, and Miss Almeda Mc- Gregor of Waco, Texas, were out- of town guests, and were each the reci- pients of attractive gifts. CATHOLIC STUDENTS' MISSION CRUSADE PLANS CAMPAIGN (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Washington, D..C., Aug. 16--An im- mediate and intensive campaign to bring the membership of the Catholic i St. Edward's, Texarkana ............... 134.00 Rev. O. B. Clarendon, S. T. D. St. Roman's, Jonesboro ..................... 234.00 45.00 Rev. J. A. McQuaid. St. Januarinus', Center Ridge. 30.00 Rev. A. G. Haeringer. Eureka Springs and Harrison 68.00 Rev. A. Metz. St. Andrew's Cathedral, Little Rock ......................................... 480.00 Rt. Rev. Monsignor Tobin, D. D. Sacred Heart, Morrilton .................. 127.00 Rev. H. J. Goebel, C. S. Sp. St. Joseph's, Conway ........................... 270.00 Rev. Peter Zell, C. S. Sp. Our Lady of the Lake, Students' Mission Crusade to 100,000[ Lake Village ...................................... 75.00 within the next year has been mapped Rev. J. F. Galloni. out by field secretary Floyd Keeler. St. Bernard's, Knobel ........................ 40:00 Each one of the one hundred and[All Saints, Hoxie ...................................... 36.50 fifty-five units now established in Rev. S. Peoples.' different colleges and academies will St. Catherines, Fayetteville ...... 50.00 be asked to form a campaign corn-) Rev. W. J. Tynin, S. T. L. mittee designed not only to increase St. Joseph's Paris .......... 173.001 its own membership, but to aid in the Rev. Athanasius Zehnder, O. S. B. establishment of new units. It is St. John Baptist, Engelberg__ 70.00 planned to establish a unit of the cru- sade in every Catholic institution et higher Icarnlng in America and in many state colleges and universities. Already the University of California, which las close to one thousand Cath- olic students on its roils, has an en- thusiastic unit organized. Chromatius, a Ronaan prefect under Diocletian, 1,400; Henes, a perfecl Diocletian, 1,400; Hermes, a perfect Redeeming Captives. ' "Closely connected with the in- fluence of the Church m destroying hereditary slavery was its influence in deeming captives from servitude. Ray. J. F. Van Oudenhoven. In no other forth of charity was its , i beneficial character more continually and more splendidly displ.ayed. During SPECIAL NOTICE ' the long and dreary trials of the bar- Parish returns for theNomal Insti-lba rian invasions, when the whole tute hereafter will be forwarded to  structure of society was dislocated, Rev. H. H. Wernke, Treas., 617 Louis-'when vast districts and mighty cities iana St., Little Rock. were in a few minutes almost de- its action in procuring the f,'eedom l'The Most Sanitary Bakery' ' re tel the slave was unceasing. 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