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., THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 30, 1930 PAGE FIVE A. BROWNSON'S GIVES LECTURES RY SCHOOL , C. W. C. News Service) Ind., Aug. 25. Miss of Detroit, Mich., a series of Cate- at Victory-Nell here. is the ganddaughteh convert and journal- Brownson. in the religious Catholic yauth, Miss after extensive study applicat!on, worlced out of study which is now by the Catholic Ins|rue- of Detroit. This Instruc- ts now giving religious to 3,000 Catholic children is the author of the series of religious books, Lambs." "Catholic Bihle the Heart of a Child," Forever•" which develop for religious teaching. s lectures at the Institute of the So- Missionary Catechists wore her graded plan for CaSe- and institutions than it is to protect Catholic schools and colleges." The Governor concluded his ad- dress with ~hese words: "You who have your foundation on tolerance, we welcome you to Maryland where we believe in tolerance." Mrs. Finan, president of the I. F. C. A., thanked Bishop McNamara and Governor Ritchie for bringing to the convention greetings from church and State• .adding that in the schools attended by members of the I. F. C• STANDISH PROBABLY WAS CATHOLIC, ASSERTS PRIEST- HISTORIAN'S BOOK (By N. C. W. C. News Service) was captured by the Reds. Father Sandwich, Mass., Aug. 22. There Tchin tom Father Gallagher that the is strong historical reason for belier- I only way the Chinese priests could ing that Captain Miles Standish, the visit their Christians was to dress as famous soldier of the Plymouth col- baggage carriers, tramping along ony of Pilgrims, was a member of t]~e like any coolie with a pole and two Catholic Chul, ch, the Rev. Raymond loads on their shoulders. B. Bourg~in declares in a historical In Southeastern Kiangsi, the well- [booklet prepared in connection with riseth like the morning star, fair as lode, Westen, Mass•, wi].l take active other' Maryknoll missioner, the Rev. ~--R RITCHIE the moon, bright as the sun and ter- parts in the centenary celebration. Charles Hilbert, M. M., of Rochester, I,T;: ::o;drmoY Baptized a Catholic N.Y., is pastor• When the Reds got y , . e r l TALK TO ALUMNAE Moran said, "have their proper ap- with an investigation of the data foreigner and were disappointecl to 011tinued From Page 1) plication in the Holy Mother of God pointing toward the conclusion that from Mrs. Sheeran in alone. She is the rising morning star, Cantata Miles Standish was a C,~th- find him gone. chapter, Setno she alone of all God's creatures out- olic. Having been a member of the The Reds compelled the natives to which is composed of rivals the moon in beauty and the famous Catholic Standish family of become Communists. Then, natives the institutions of learn_ sun in splendor, and she by her for- Duxbury Hall. Lancashire, England, and invaders looted the houses of the Cted by the Sisters of Char- titude, by her might., by her irresist- it is certain that Mi~es was baptiz~.d well-to-do, and staked out the fields Paul. Mrs. Mary ible strength * * * is terrible as and reared in the Catholic faith, Fa- for themselves. It was Uke a gold president emerita of an army in battle array• The text ther Bourgoin declares• Miles studff College Alumnae, wel- belongs to her exclusively in its prop- led for the army but found that b~- rush. The church has a few small ave ation to St. Joseph's er application but there is a sense in cause of his faith promotion was dif- fields around it, and those also were Catholi, c school~for women in which it may be accommodated to you ficult in England at that time, the staked. But when the mandarin and States. my friends of the Federation•"]priest continues. , the loyal soldiers finally arrived, the Msgr. Pace Speaks Father Moran then ~compared the Standish then went to the Nether- native Reds were quick to pull up introducing promise, the trials, the .labors and the lands seeking adven, t~are, says the his~ , ..... tap ~take .... ~ne~r ~e,- e ~ . said that it was prayers of the Federation to those of tormn, and there 3omed the Dissent- _. ........... ...... t w,nne ~ne tJommumst red:me las~- that the Federation the Blessed Virgin, .both of whom ors ar Leyaen WhO were making p~ans ed, the native Reds wanted to burn by two graduates of St. Jo- stand at the foot of the Cross. for the romanti.c voyage to the 1new . . ................. the church, l~ut frmndly voices inter- ou d return ~o Emmitsburg Must Execute Resolutions world, fie pomps out chat tne l)]s- . ___a ~..n ;, ...... ~',^. ~u~a ~n -- V~1115"4/, ~tll'U tU ~'Vt:~ ilUtJ UUUL/II~.~. 24&11 ate its sixteenth birthday. In ,speaking of the convention he senters needed someone with a knowl- .~ .. r Gal]a her' " " " ............. ~'atne g s oelongmgs were cNamar expressed regret said ' It is not so difficult to resolve, euge oI mii~ary ~acncs and ~nat ~tan- .... b th ........ • . . • .. . . hidden Y e wnrls~lans, so ne lOS~ mc~ from this country pro- it is not so difficult to outline ob- efisn was m searcn o~ adventure ... • . •nothing. he attendance of His Grace jects, it is not so difficult to conceive Miles remained constant to the Pil- -. uni h ....... ........... Tne p s men˘ o~ zne nauves who ~P Curley, but extended a magnificent ideas * * * * but.grams' was.. ~uuy._. lrus~ea... ~y.~nem and ha~-a a~'~ined the Kia~~~:.s~, ~^~ ...... w.~ ~w~'*" !n his name and expressed after this convention is over * * * oecame ~ne SOlmer o~ ~ne COlony. - drasticTh " " " " • ,and e manoarln burne