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THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 30, 1930 PAGE "rliKt , _ L _ _ : ..... _: Xl, was urged by Martin H. Carmody, the board of directors of the K. of C• ! D~D~ ~r|~j~ ~D~-m~ll~ i other Protestant church in the CaI~ | ALL SOC4AL Supreme Knight, in his annual was one urging that higher degrees |lUrlL, l~kl|lL] ~]l%LL1 I ital on a recent Sunday night, and ht AND SOCIAL ITMES MIrST address• His Eminence,, William than the present Fourth Degree of the ] i • • I vrtl~y, IsT#%~m t II t #%#%' chose for the subject of his sermon, I BE IN THE Cardinal O'Connell, Archbishop of organization be established.1 |K|~H Wl|~|a[%[ |||i|. "I Was There." He openly declared AtL&&,PAA gl VIUIISJLI9 .LVV . ..... ..... | OFFICE B Y Boston, addressing the convention la- Another resolution asked that funds' i tnat witnessing the Passion Play wa~ or Send Social Itenm to The Guardian j NO%N TUES- ter, recalled Supreme Knight Carmo- be appropriated to insure the contin- i the "greatest experience" in his life West Second Street• Phone 5486i x, . dy's words in this connection and gave uance of the "Catholic Hour" of radio (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) . { lie traced the history of the pla~ ! ondon, Aug 20 On her 100th ..... them his hearty indorsement• broadcasting. The Order, last year, " • • . i from its earliest beglnmngs when th{ .......... birthday, passed in an old-fashionedlpeople of that section of German~ Mr. Carmody told the convention appropiated $5,000 fo~h this Sunday m Coyne has returned'orary--Charles Dreher, William Stan- that Pope Pius XI "has made the Lay afternoon radio feature, which is house m Chelsea here, Mrs. FannY,thanked God for being spared from a v;sit with her daughter, ley, George Reichardt, Gus Grade, Apostolate the Catholic thought of the sponsored by the National Council of B:rt received news of these presents::the Black Death that had fallen upon Morgan, in Commerce, Tex• Nathan Dreyfus, and Adam Penzel. hour." "It is," he declared, "a vet- Catholic Men. Autographed photograph and pen- Ithe country, and told how they have Active--Adolph Geyer, Billie Byrd, unwary service by organized laymen tifical blessing of the Holy Father. 'continued ~to thank Him through th~ Telegram from the King and i centuries in the re-enactment of th~ Heibach, 1418 West Cap- Martin Bemberg, Herman Bemberg, under the authority and direction of CARDINAL TELLS K. OF C. Queen• ,Life, Passion and Death of Jesu~ two weeks'returnedvisith°mein Albuquer-this week GUSKNl~__~Bohlen and E.0F__A. Blanz. spiritualthe bishopSandandmoralPriestStea.chingstO extendof thethe RIGHTEOUSNESS CANNOT I Letter from Cardinal Lepicier. Christ. Church to the hearts of all men, and BE FORCED BY STATUTE' Letter from the Abbot of Down- "I was the beneficiary of those pee thereby bring directly into.all social, (By N. C. W. C• News Service) lside saying the conventual Mass was' ple who cried aloud to God 300 yean ladies of St. Edwards Parish C0LUHBUS civil, economic, moral and religious Boston, Aug. 22.--His Eminence~being offered for her and numerouS:ago,,, Dr. Pierce said. "As the pla~ a card party on the after- problems the principles and standards William Cardinal O'Connell, Arch. messages from priests in many partsl progressed I thought I was in the mo]~ 1 night of Wednesday,Oct. 1, of true Catholic thought. Its under- bishop of Boston, preaching the ser- :of the world. 'who cried 'CrucifyX Cru¢ifyl'" Hall, Ninth and Ferry • I . I |~[/r~JV~" "~~ ~'~ PLED6E AID lying purpose to bring into more per- men at the convention Mass of the This wonderful old lady is the, "It is our eperience with God," ht :fect co-ordination and active co-op- forty-eighth annual supreme meeting granddaughter of John Keogh of continued, "which helps us in thi~ ~isses Evlyn and Peggy New- oration all Catholic forces, of the Knights of Columbus here, de: Mount Jerome, County Dublin, who Iday, when humanism calls us to high IN UNEHPLOYHENT Value of Organization ~ clared that the K. of C. may profit- was the pioneer of Catholic Emanei-iliving" Why did God send Jesus im of Mr. and Mrs. T.W. ua 9 "It recognizes especiallythe ably study the foundation, growth pation and won the Catholic Relief!the fullness of time to this world~ returned from Gypsy • • est Arkansas. Miss Ev-I DROU6HT RELIEF strength and value of organizations and development of every great hu-'Act of 1793 whmh in Ireland abol-,He did it because you and I wet, silver cup in tennis and~ and societies already formed and man institution, 'so that by imita- ished most of the penal code. :there. He did it because we were was nresented with the functioning for their own meritorious tion of what is best and avoidance of Educated in France, she left ow-, unfaithful, we did not fulfill the e~p in swimmin- Tender Services to President in His purposes, which without diminution weaknesses which tend to disintegrate ing to the turmoil of the French Re-v- ! faith. That was the message the g" rff~,, w .... e. .... :n ,~ ~a-- of the respective programs or being and decay, they may apply to their o]ution, and went to Brazil and mvr-:Passion Play brought to me. I wa~ • W . "--'7-- :~ .... "cf,=:,;t--~5~_~,~.[.~"..r'.'~tor.'" "~ otherwise affected, may further ex- own organization those elements that.ried Dr. Hugh Birt. Returning here'there It is because of my own exp~ ~f lq~lC~ Remhert and li ..... = "~:a'~":~-~ostoiatt S-tree '-'] ~pand and enrich their scope of action tend toward endurance and ultimate :her husband was sent to inspect and rience that I know God." leVllle, 111 , ale zne guests ,.. y ,~pos a e se~ t " r " " " • " " " i th infu io success eform the hospitals m Scutam in the • ,~' Reichert's narents, Mr and --Greet Holy Father ~ and field of serv ce by e s n • ~ .... ! Dr. Pierce told the story of a for. • - ~ t.,1 lme ~ wal I t. V Re ..... " i- ~of the apostolic spirit into their un- Continuing, His Eminence said tha~I ' " ~ "" t eign church dignitary who had at, • gOSK1, ann a~so are v s- I • • • ~ith ~ ....... . .................... dertakings, aims and ideals• By it "we of today, though of another race! Mrs. Bn•t joined him in Scutari and Itacked the Passion Play as "sacre ff G~n:'c~elcnert s sls~;, ivy'S. (l~y £~• w_w. w. ~ews ~ervlce)• I there is sought to awaken in individ- and of the old religion, while con- there met Florence Nightingale with!ligious" The minister was describ. • cnlo, dr. ana ~ ". ~-l~os~on, Mass., ~ug. ~.z---Tne . . . ~ ........ ... ~. • l wh - . . . . I " ................ uals and organized Denies. a IUller sci0us el ~ne extremes ~o wmcn ~'url-~ om sueIormeda strongfriend- {ing how he felt and saw how st~on~ ,~ 14.nlgn~s Ol ~oIumDus ~enderea ~o tne .... .......... . ~ -. I : -- President of ~he United States "the realization of their powerand respon: tans mmgmaed nan led ~ne Iounaersisa]p. sly the message was penetrating the r . . sioifides to accompnsn ~ne spirkual in 1630, are not lacking in praise, One of her sonswas h la " man "n e~lar monthly card party giv- sincere co-operettas in his efforts to . . ..................... ! ........ t e te dis- -.