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to that nothing is than that Catholic and Catholic literature have a large circulation, as one may have every reading which instructs and strengthens and the Christian virtues. ~BENEDICTUS, PP. XV. ~~.A --%A~T "%-- --~. ~-- --~ ~A~. A Catholic Paper Is a Perpetual Mission--- Pope Leo XIII. "The Guardian in every Home"---Our Motto. THE OFIFIClAL ORGAN OF THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK LITTLE ROCK, ARK., SEPTEMBER 6, 1930 No. 49 OF BISHOP F. RUMMEL DIES IN OMAHAI C. W. C. News Service.) , Neb., Aug. 29.--Mrs. The- 83, mother of Rt. Rev. Bishop of Omaha, on Tuesday morning at residence. Bishop Rum- celebrating Mass in the pri- of the residence at the mother's death. She had steadily for ten weeks, to assist at Mass on of the Assumption. of Germany, Mrs. Rum- New York with her hus- late Gustav Rummel, in resided there until the fall she came to Omaha to r home with Bishop Rummel, been in, tailed as Bishop of July of that year. requiem High Mass was at St. Cecilia's Cathedral are, Bishop Rummel, the and one sister, Mrs. Rose of Ossining, N. Y. , Paris N. C. W. C. Writer • C. W. C. News Service) 28.---Upon the proposal Tardieu, Minister of the President of the Repub- a decree conferring the Chevalier of the Legion of Martial Masslani, Paris adent of the N. C. W. C. and Secretary General of French Journalists. also is parliamentary ed- and correspondent of London. began his jour- as a reporter in the of the Chamber of Dep- only 18 years of age. His and at the age of 34 of Libre Parole, one known and most widely Of French newspapers• Brieulles-sur-Meuse, he studies at Paris and be- ." .career immediate~ He had visited and Germany in the paper before he began term of military service. the World War he served When the armistice was regiment was alongside Division of the American ~elleau Wood. M. Massiani was married An!ie Marie Audollent, a the Bishop of Blois. Mme. father is the Dean of the Letters of Clermont-Fer- n Knight of the Legion of is a distinguished arche- 'has conducted important at Carthage and among Roman temples on the the Puy-de-Dome. Her Petit de Julleville, is as the author of "History and of the Theater." Mrne. Massiani have two an infant daughter. is now in Brussels at- Internatioal Catholic Press ATTEND SAN FRANCISCO Pope's Probable LULWORTH, 'CRADLE IM°ntreal' Can., Fetes INSTANCE OF POPE'S- i C tholi Next Departure. Women Plan Large From Carman OF U. S. HIERARCHY,' v s Acadians on Way t Home From Grand Pre SERENE FAITH TOLD I Archdmcesan Body (By N. C. W• C. News Service) i BRAZILIAN CARDINALI --- BE Pontiff Expected to Take Part in 1 Seventy Ograniza~t~ons Represented at WILL __ RESTORED Montreal, Aug. 25.---Descendents! Meeting to Discuss Exte~nsive Inauguration of New Propaganda Home--Reported Castel Gan- ' dolfo Visit Unlikely-- Two Previous De- partures By Msgr. Enrico Pucci (Rome Correspondent, N. C. W• C. News Service) heralded and hurried visit to Castel Gandolfo to see what repairs are need. ed for this summer residence of the Popes, now long neglected. This pos- sibility, however, is remote. Has Left Vatican Twice Up to the present the Pope has left the Vatican on only two occasions. One of these was on Dec. 20, 1929, when the" Holy Father went, in the early morning, to celebrate Mass on the fiftieth anniversary of his ordi- ination in the Basilica of St. John Lat- eran, where he was ordained. Hardly anyone was aware of this unexpected leaving of ~he Vatican, or dreamed that it would take place. The streets were deserted in the early morning, and the Pope was ac,companied only by a dozen prelates, some of whom were advised of the visit to St. John (Continued on Page 4) INTERNA--- ONAL ARLEY ON CATHOLIC CENTERS TO BE HELD ST BASLE .By M. (Paris Correspondent,News Service.N') C, W. C. Paris, Aug. 25. An international conference on Catholic Welfare cen- ters will meet at Basle, September 22-26, in the Foire d'Echantillons. The session has been called by Carita~ Catholica, the European charity fed- eration whose resident is Msgr. Mul- ler-Simonis. Its headquarters is at Strassbourg. The vice-presidents of Caritas Catholics are Mme. de Montenach, president general of the society for the protection of young girls; M. Isi- dore Maus, director of the Labor Ministry of Belgium; and Dr. Joer- ger, secre~cary general of the German Caritas Verband. The theme of the Basle conference will be "Safeguarding the Family•" This problem will be considered from its various aspects--child welfage, anti-alcoholism, family case work, hygiene and care of the sick, the or- ganization of charitable and social work, and immigration• N. Y. MAN WILLS $74,000 TO CATHOLIC CHARITIES (By N. C. W, C. News Service.) New York, Aug. 30.--- Catholic churches and institdtionu receive be- quests totalling $74,000 in the will of John G. McCarthy, u retired furniture dealer, who died a week ago. The Carmelite Church, Twenty- ninth street and First avenue here, receives $30,000, and St. Stephen's Roman Catholic Church, 147 East Twenty-eighth street, receives $20,- 000 under the will. The Carmelite Church also receives the testator's nome at 315 East Thirtieth street, after the deat, h of his nephew, James A. Roach. The will ,~tipulates that C• W. C. News Service) 30.Fifteen iclscO,fromAUg.the Pacific fleet Bay, accompanied Chaplains, marched to St. last Sunday morninc,~ the house is not to be sold, but tbat Mass in a body. The' the church is to use it as a home for )rated by the Rev. John 'Nuns. t Rt. Rev. Msgr Chas Six institutions share equally in t m ~. D., LL.D., Administrator of residuary estate, valued at about $24.000• They are the Servants of the Mass the sal]ors at Sacred Heart College Brothers. Hundreds arriving from their morning hours, at- in Old St. Mary's ~he Paulist Fathers where Thomas F. Burke, C. S. Superior, preached. (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) London, Aug. 28. Lulworth Cas- tle, gutted by fire a year ago, is to be rebuilt, it is announced by Mr. Herbert Weld. The seat of the Weld family since the 17th century, Lulworth Castle may be called the cradle of the American Hierarchy, for it was in the chapel there that Bishop Carroll was consecrated in 1790 as the first U. S. Bishop, with his See at Baltimore. Only the outer walls and parts of the ground floor remained after the disastrous fire of August of last year, the loss being estimated at 1,250,- 000. Lulworth was considered one of the most perfect mansions in the country• It stood on the site of a castle built in 1146 and was erected in 1588 with materials which came in part from the ruins of Bindon Ab- bey. It is now stated that the walls have been found sound and will re- main. The external appearance of the castle will therefore be unalter- ed. The old lines will be followed in restoring the interior, but atten- tion wil be given to modern conveni- ences. STERILIZATION OF ALL DEFECTIVES URGED BY COMMISSION IN ONTARIO (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Toronto, Ont., Aug. 29.--The Roy- al Commission on Public Welfare ap- pointed last October by the Provin- cial Government has submitted the re. port of its findings to Premier Fer- guson. The report is featured :oy a Relief for Incurable Cancer, Home for Aged of the Little Sisters of the Poor, St. Joseph's Hospital for Con Sumptive~, Catholic Center for the Blind, St. Joseph's Sisterhood for the Improved Instruction of DeaT Mutes, all of this city, and St. Agnes' Hospital for Crippled Children, White Plains. Massiani, :strong recommendation to the authori- ties of Ontario that they enact laws favoring the sterilization of criminal and mental and moral defectives• The commission, in its report, holds that a study of conditions in Ontario reveals that "a great part of crime and prostitution is due to heredity .or a mental deficiency, and consequently probably the greatest of 'human mis- ery." "Inevitably the question arises," the report reads, "why an immoral de- fective or an immoral criminal should be free to propagate more defectives or more ciminals, thus pomoting the burden of misery with which the com- munity endeavors to cope." The commissioners state that On- tario should make laws similar to ster- ilization laws enacted in California, U. S. A., and the Province of Alberta, by which legislation the province should seek to lessen "the amount of evil which is certainly promoted by unchecked sexual freedom of crim- inals or defectives who have a record of immorality." LONE ST. EMMERY RELIC LENT HUNGARY By Rev. Dr. Wilhelm Baron yon Capitaine (Cologne Correspondent, N. C. W. C. News Service) Cologne, Aug. 26.--Because Hun- gary has no relic of her patron, SL Ermm ery, whose ninth centenary is being celebrated this year, German Catholics organized a pilgrimage to carry the Aix-la-Chapelle relics of that Saint to Budapest. The pilgrimage, headed by Dr. Straeter, provost of the Aix-la-Chapelle cathedral and Auxiliary Bishop of Cologne, is now in Budapest. The body of St. Emmery was bur- ied in the cathedral of Stuhlweisseu- burg, but was removed from its sep- ulchre some cenutries ago in the course of the wars w~:th the Turks. It has never been recovered*since that time, and the only known rellc of St. Emmery is the one at Aix-la-Cha- pelle. It was presented by Ludwig 'the Great of Hungary in 1367, and placed in the Hungarian chapel which he had had constructed in the ,Aix-la-Chapelle cathedral. It is pre- served in a precious crystal reliquary with a Fourteenth Century silver-and- gold frame. ~f those who, 175 years ago, were l exiled from Grand Pre, Nova Scotia, L By Msgr. Enrico Pucci, and who found asylum in Louisiana,! (Rome Correspondent, N. C. W. C. were guests of honor last evening at! News Service•) a dinner given by the City of Mon-I Rome, Aug. 25.--The extreme gen- treal at the Queen's Hotel. The par- '. er°sity of His Holiness Pope Plus XI, ty of 42, of whom 40 are Catholics, , and his trust in Providence always to passed through this city on their re- come to his aid, are shown in a re- turn trip from celebration at Grand markabIe manner by an incident re- Pro, Port Royal, antl;lated to th~s correspondent by His l'Eglise, f Eminence, Sebastian Cardinal Leme 'd The Acadians were welcomed by' e Silveira Cintra, Archbishop of Rio two officials of French descent, A1-lde Janeiro, in an exclusive interview dermen Savignac and Charbonneau.'ga'anted before his departure from Toasts were proposed to the King, to :Rome where he recently was elevated President Hoover, the "brothers from to the Sacred College of Cardinals. Louisiana" and to "the hospitable cit-! Cardinal Leme de Silveira Cintra izens of Montreal." Old songs as fa-:also revealed details of the plan for the e~ectmn of a g~gantm statue of miliar to the Acadians of the South as i . " " " " Christ the Redeeme~ on Corcovado, a to the natives of modern Acadia were t sung and acclaimed. When Dudley,Superb and isolated peak clearly visi- in the United States, Mr. LeBlanc de- Bishops. He also presented the gifts clared, and the healing qualities of made spontaneously by the Presidents their new home long ago dispelled the of the Brazilian States. The Holy I Fathez was gIeatly, pleased with these rancor of exile from their hearts. One I ." " " " offerings, and placing them in the of their number he introduced as the I ' " n to drawel of h~s wt~tmg desk said cousin of a United States Se a r. [ ' " "'" , • : 1 own Words of Serene Froth The applause had scarcely d'ed d / " • "So " " van e ~ e, YouI Eminence, how tlue ~t when he presenter a young E g -] " line in the white bonnet and bIue iisr that Providence never fails. Yes- skirt immortalized by the American poet, Longfellow. It so happens that the young lady who impersonated Evangeline speaks nothing but French and is a true Acadian, but bears the Spanish name of Carlos• This is due to the assimilation of the Louis:,ana Spaniards by the French. Msgr. Lepailleur of Hochelaga, the next speaker on the program, de- clared that he had been touched by the quaintness and charm of Mr. Le- Blanc's classical and ancient French. Edouard Carteron, Consul General of France, ~lso congratulated the Louisi- anian on his French which he declared was much better than that spoken in many sections of France. "There is but one France," he added, "the com- munity of peoples who speak the terday I gave all the available money seriously damaged a part of the Vene- (Continued on Pag~ 5) K. OF C. BOY GUIDANCE SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED (By N. C. W. C. News Service) New Haven, Conn., Aug. 30•--The Boy Life Bureau of the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council has an- nounced the scholarship awards for the eighth professional training class in Boy Guidance at the University of Notre Dame. These scholarships are All of the Acadian festivities have opened with a solemn religious act.' Matthew Barren, Portland, Me.; Upon their arrival at Montreal, yes- John C. Burke, Algoma, Wis.; Thos. terday, they attended High Mass at P. Fay, Dorchester, Mass.; Edward Notres-Dames-des-Sept-Doulers, at Gentgen, Des Moines, Ia.; John H. Verdun, celebrated by its venerable Good, Butte, Mont.; Eugene Moreau, I a ck pastor, Msgr. Richard, an Acadian, p wtu et, R. I.; Hugh F. O Brien, and one of the originators vf the pil- [Burlington, Vt.; Raymond J. Pallman, [grimage. After Mass they were the luncheon guests of Msgr Richard. { Cincinnati, O.; A, J. Stronsnider, I Hamilton, O. ; Edmund J. Radzik, Val- " This morning Mass for the de-!halls, N. Y., and Joseph Mendelis, ceased Acadians was celebrated in,Plains, Pa. the Bonsecours chapel by a descen- ! Upon completion of the course the dant of the Acadians of Port Royal.-'men are awarded a Master of Arts The remainder of the day was de-iDegree ands certificate in Boy voted to visiting ~owns where ~he Guidance. The course includes a 10- Acadians in 1767 and 1774 had set- ~week --eri^~ : ........ ~: ...... h- ¢~e