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. Al/E l OU AUGUST 30, 1930 u - i i," I " * ' ; * " n- will serve as a preparation for Holy ..... abbey ~s now Iecelv,n# for ItS G~te copies, according to the size of their . , %ug'.mo raceu~, Iberg B~ble will help t~e ber, eaicdne~ . . Communion; for the spmtual educe- I ,,:, . _ ~ _ : ,, " " ' . congregations, and have them distrlb- . ~ apal Secre~ry of State i of St Paul to ovmcome vneir cales " tlon of the chddren together wlth the E'bn r Re ~ ! ":- " 'i .... " . ., ~ uted gratis or sold as the people 1cave . i e ed landalso help to maimain ~qeir ecru " .. ttoly Euchamst, the mighty lever Wi'lib.ddEibuer"e el-)" ~'Iiu" ~ { "" " " ~'~ " ": " h; the church on Sunday. One ed:tlon placed by the Church in educators' was ;'e {e" " ", ;" ~ "',': neso~a, {cat~onM In. ~:~ute, wtuc!, ,s?ne of.t. ' a month is devoted partDularly to the bands to make of th~ cM]a~- no~fa~ . -~ ctea pres (mn~ oi wm Cath-i oldest ana mos~ aeservmg m 2~ustna ~,,~,,,+;~, ~v ..^~ ~,+~.~ o.~a Christians; (5) The parents' teachJne, cLc Ceu~ral Vere,n. Mos~ of the oth-] . ~ B!shop Nell estlmates, it reaches more f ..... ,. , . q er OlZlcers we-e also re-elected They :~BUDAPEST HEARS BISHOP *~...~ =n nna ...* a.. ,~... * o ~ne ca~,eenism snou a De grounaea, , ], : .. ' , " ~ " --,,- ~.,,,,,,,,, ~u~i,,,- --e ~o~d u,,a~ +~.~ ~ .... t,, , lnciurte 1;hefollowing: l~irst vice- " NeLL ON CATHOLIC PRESS ,, ~ .. ~,.. ~., ",. - " ~,:u,, w.~ u'u=t,t=* ....__'a . .. -~ ~- , ~ I ..~ . .-~ ~ .. ne, p tO WeeR~y tapers " "Agr,eulture Produces Men ~;::z:e~; nero,. (~. Die:mann, o/ ,,t~ontlm, e?. ~ro,nd~age l) . "This ]itt]e evangelist wibh a na- . .... ' .... '. .2 ;, onxl vlce-presJutn~.A.n-I~r'c. .bi~2~on me I ~:li~, we in the . , ,. ,, ",.. ...... Mr DeMlegs ot 1;he uanaaian ~in ......... " , -' " * ' * g]onaiclrcuiuon, ~lgnop INO'II {]e- ._ " . ~. " ..... 1;nony .j~: ,z, el~z, i'ennsylvania; third 117ni-cd Stat~s are ohservin~ the firsL: . . ,, ........ lsxry oi ~auca~lon in an interesting vi ~ . .... l " " , .... j . " ~ ciarea,nas been a neIp rarner than ce-pres:aenq August A. Gassinger, centenary c,f d:e Catholic Press. Our a hindrance to the circulation of all fiv~t Catholic periodkal, entitled The ....... .~...._^ +~. .... " the x~eeklv p.u,e,.~ ~.~ ~,te use u u.- ~,et ,ol'c Nr'cellany, was founded and -ols of "~a" "i s " "~ " - "" _ vey ", ~ 1;I1Ol c ncw, , /)ecause 1t ertited hy Bishop lohn Englandof .... . . . , found entrance into many C~arleston, South Carolina whose "ome.~ hithert n"" " " ~ ' In ~ o u reaches oy any d,oc~ ~mbrac~d t?lee large sta+es' 1 :~ ,s~ - ~ :' " " S:Catho.ic paper, .and in these homes in which, at the t:me of the American ..... ,~-_~ _ ._,.. .......... ueve~upeu a reusn xor more ~sa~;nollc Revolution.,iu the year 1776, Bishop. literature. It purposely refrained" England ~aid, there was not a single - .. "- . ' ." from the publication of Catholic news Cauhohc This ooutheast ieglon of ~ " " . in order that it might not tresnass the United States has had little Cath- on the field el dioce-an ^- ~^^' 'J"*h "- ' ~ UI" 1U~I k2tb - ohc p~ogress since Bishop England s ' ohc newspapers Its province is to time. Nearly one-half of the popula- instruct, to combat error, to expose tion is negro, and few immigrants false philosophy to point out the evils from Catholic countries in Eur0pe'of many social programs." settle in this territory .... During "Literary Week" special "Exactly one hundred years ago, performances, some of them medieval Th~ Pilot, of Boston, was founded mystery plays, are to be seen in all the theaters of Budapest. There are also a number of choral and orches- tral symphonies in which participants are dressed in ~he picturesque cos- tumes of Hungary. to serve Catholics in the New Eng- land area who were few in those days and who lived amid bitter enemies of the Puritan type and suffered great- ly from discriminating laws. But to- day, the Catholic population of the New England States is larger than 'hat of till the Protestant sects coin- discourse, dwelt upon the advantages Baltimore; fourth vice-president, Mrs. ., and the disadvantages for family ed- Sophia Catherine Wavering, presi- uCation in country and city surround- dent of the Catholic Women's Union, inns, ~ ex officio; general secretary, F. J. "Agriculture," he said, "does not Dockendorff, Wisconsin; assistant only produce wheat and wine, but also secretary, William A. Hammeke, men and, according to the saying of the French pries*, Father de Ganay, pennsylvania; marshal, Michael Weis- enkopf, Minnesota; treasurer, George 'Agriculture means not only improve- Korte, Missouri; board of trustees, ment of the, sell through the family, Michael Deck, Missouri; Charles but improvement of the family Knetzger, Illinois, and John A. Suel- through ~the ~oil as weil2 " lentrop, Kansas The theme dwelt upon in the papers ........ ,,.~. -- MrS.~ wavering was also re-erect;ca of the third section was" rne ~rep- , . _ - .. . L. . .. presiuen~ of the Catholic Women s aration of the Chim at some ~or vne U ,, / . . .. nion Others chosen were School Years The diges~ oz ~nese " : Press Ballot 0apers is as follows: [ Pre " " ,, , rodent MXs Sophm Wavering Up to school age, the children s --- v. " " . education is in the mother's hands. First Vice-President---Mrs. Eliza- beth Karp. She should therefore, learn in kinder- gartens how to keep children busy Second Vic~-PresidentMiss Irma with Froebel games, so as to make of Seelaus. every home a kindergarten and con- Third Vicc-President---Mrs. Anna sequently, a high school of true hu- Lorenz. inanity." 1 Treasurer--Miss Sophia Juenne- EDUCATORS OF 25 NATIONS DISCUSS CATHOLIC SCHOOLS (Continued From Page 1) mann. CENTRAL VEREIN [ Financial Secretary--Mrs. Cather- bined. ne Felsecker. ] But just as The Catholic Mlscel-iFrance, said': "Religion being the CLOSES DIAMOND JUBILEE CONVENTION~Crrespnding. and. R~ cording Sec-] lany~ was not.~ responsible. .fur the slow- ] science of l'fe, religious instruction d,' u'~ dream or) by eperts in the re.ary---Mlss Ameba Otzenberger. I nes, of C.~hohc growth m the south-]should be a preparation for an inte- ee~n~ctive flelds treated. I H'storian--Mrs. Mary Neef. [east, n(ither is The Pilot responsible]gral and conquering Catholic life, a "e re~ohion of ~memployment Executive Board--t~aher Charles]for the rapidity of Catholic expan-]living apology,'a dogmatic and strong ~ondemned the attitude of certain Moosemann, Father Peter Post, Fath-]qon "n the northeastern part of the synthesis, a lesson of moraRty and You cannot build a good house !umber. It is just as unreasonable as inn to build a good suit of clothes or ess with cheap, shoddy material. * Results Not Expenses 12th and Woodrow Streets Pho: Over the Top--- QUALITY SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY ESTIMATES FREE Phone 4-1880