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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 6, 1930 I Dead,'" most people are curious to inj; list, while not eem- U lAm ' al K[knw --- tion and the significance of the selee- M 0aa~:~ 30 aSnin !~0~i: ~ts 8 O tion of this site as its center. the summer schedule fortO f00bl~:d" FOR S LDIER DEAD Mont des Cats is situated between in various parts of ao Bailleul and Hazebrouck, in the corn- It is published for the of our readers, and effort has been made to information, The no responsibility or errors herein. CITY.--Mass on the of the month at 9:30 of the Assump- on first and last Sun- month at 7 a.m. On orb- at 7 and 9:00 a. m. KNOB---Mass on the first, fifth Sundays at 9:00 a. m. VISTA--Mass every Sun- Lm. Immaculate Con- on the first 7 a. m., on the second, fourth Sunday at 10:301 John's Church-- Sunday at 8:00 a. m. St. Louis Church.--- Sunday at 7:30 and 9:00 on the first and of the month at 10:00 RIDGE.--St. Joseph's during the months of AUgust on the second and at 10:30 a. m. on first, fifth Sundays at 7:30 and ~, on second and fourth Lt 10:30 a. m. St. Joseph's Church.-- a~ Sunday at 7:00 and 9:00 Augustine's the first Sunday of at 9:30 a. m. on the second Sundays at 8:00 and ely. BLUFF--Mass on the of the month at 10:00 -- Holy Redeemer on Sundays, 7:30 a.m. John's Church at 8:30 o'clock. SPRINGS, St. Eliza- ~Mass every Sunday of ~t 11:00 a.m. TONTI E VILLE and -- Bes at 8:00 and 10:00a.. Aa the hours of Mass el- Sunday it is well to find ~oville as to the hour for Sunday. on the second HOXIE, Mary Immaculate Church mune of Godewaersvelde in the Nord. --During July and August, Masses on (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Its real title is Abbey of Saints Marie ~he first and third Sundays at 8:00 a. Paris.---Upon learning that the I du Mont, and it belongs to the Order nu; on the second and fourth Sunders monastery of the Mont dez Cats in of Citeaux. at 7:00 a.m. Flanders is headquarters for the The origin of the League dates JONESBORO, St. Roman's Church "League of Memory and Prayer for from the happy encounter of a re- on the first and fourth the month at 8:00 a. m.; nd, third and fifth Sun- :30 a. m.; on holidays of at 7:00 a.m. on ~IITH-- Immaculate ~:n" ~rch--Masses every S - 7:30 and 9:30 a. m. ITH, St. Boniface Church Sundays at 6:00, 7:30, a, in. On Holidays at 5:30 ~'. IlL II/IITH, Church of Christ ~Masses on Sundays at :00 a. m. On Holidays at J0 a. m. ~eMass on the second , o month at 10 a. m. t(~.~-Mass on the fourth ;he month at 10:30 a. m. ~ass on the first and third the month at 7:30 a 'el3 St. Mary's Church-- at 7:30 and 10:00 ~hodral---Masses on Sunday at 7:00, primary and obvious method is com- plete abstinence from intercours,e (as 9:00 and 11:00 a. m.; on holidays at far as may be necessary) in a life of 6:30, 7:30 and 9:30 a. m. LITTLE ROCK, St. Edward's discipline and self-control lived in Church--Masses on Sunday, Low the power of the Holy Spirit. Never- Ma~ at 7:00 and 11:00; High Ma~ theless in these cases where there is such a clearly felt moral obligation st 9:00 a. m. LITTLE ROCK, Our Lady of Good Cou~el Church--Mass on Sunday at 6:00, 7:30 and 9:00 a. m.; on holi- days, 6:15 and 9:00 a. m. J MARIANNA--St. Andrew's Church ---Mass oa the second Sunday of the month at 8:00 a. m.; on the fourth Sunday, at 10:30 a. m. McGEHEE, St. Winand's Ch~ch --Mass every Sunday at 8:00 a. m MENA, St. Agnes' Chureh--Mass~ on first Sunday at 7:00 and 9:00 a. m.; on second Sundays at 9:00 a. m.; on ffaird and fifth Sundays at 8:00 a m.; on fourth Sundays at 7:00 a. m M 0 R R I L T 0 N, Sacred Heart Church--Masses on Sundays at 7:00 and 9:5~) a. m. NEWPORT--Mass on the second and fourth Sunday at'9:30 a. m. NORTH LITTLE ROCK, St. Pat- rick's Church---Masses on Sundays at 7:00 and 9:00 a. m. to limit or avoid parenthood, and where there is a morally sound rea- son for avoiding complete abstinence, the conference agrees that other methods may be used, provided that this is done in the light of the same Christian principles The confer- ence records its strong condemnation of the use of any methods of concep- tion-control from motives of selfish- ness, luxury, or mere convenience." This resolution definitely sanction- ing birth control is immediately pre- ceded by six resolutions, placed ahead obviously with a view to softening the revolutibnary statement which was to follow. They assert that "in the exalted view of marriage tauht by Our Lord is to be found the solu- tion of the problems with which we are faced" They frown upon di- vorce. They affirm the "duty of parenthood" as "the glory of mar- OSCEOLA -- Masses on second, third and fourth Sundays at 8:00 a m. PARIS, St. Joseph's Church--Aft- er May 15, Masses at 7:00 and 9:00 a. m dren." PINE BLUFF, St. Joseph's Church Following the resolution sanction- --Masses on Sundays at 7:30 and ing birth control is one which says 10:30 a. m.; on holidays at 6:30 and that "While the Conference admits 9:00 a.m. that economic conditions are a seri- POCAHONTAS, St. Paul's Church ous factor in the situation, it con- --Masses on Sundays at 7:00 and demns the propaganda which treats 9:00 a.m. conception-control as a way of meet- PRESCOTT---Mass on the first ing those unsatisfactory social and Sunday of the month at 9:30 a.m. economic conditions which ought to RATCLIFFE--Mass on the second be changed by the influence of Chris- and fourth Sundays of the month at tion public opinion." 8:00 a.m. This resolution is followed imme- RUSSELLVILLE -- St. A n n's diately by another which states that, Church--Mass on the last Sunday of "In view of the widespread and in- to the profoundly Catholic Canadian mind, a memorial monument was not sufficient, for the dead must be re- membered with prayers for their eternal reward, more lasting than bronze or stone.. For this reason the monastery on the mount was selected as the center of a league of prayer A little more than a century ago the Cistercians, commonly called the Trappists, took up their residence on the Mont des Cats- The Order of Ci- teaux at the Abbey of Notre Dame du Gard, iu the diocese of Amiens, was badly in need of a new community when a Flemish artist, Nicolas Ruys- sen, offered them an ancient convent of the Antonines. situated on the Mont des Cats. The offer was ac- cepted and the first religious were e~tablished there January 25, 1826. M. Ruyssen died shortly after that, and hard times befell the community. Eventually its distress touched the hearts of certain wealthy families of the neighborhood, and their liberality, little by little, permitted the con- struction of a church and other build- ings. Meanwhile, vocations became so numerous that, in 1847, the moues- PAGE SEVEN Sundays, at 10:30 and the month at 9:30 a. m. SEARCY--Mass on the second and CITY.-- St.Francis' 'ourth Sundays at 9:00 a. m. SLOVACTOWN, St. Cyril and Methodius Church--Mass on Sunday and all Holidays of obligation at 9 a. Ill. STAMPS--Mass on the third Sun- day of the month at 8:30 a. m. STUTTGART--Mass on the second Sunday of the month at 7:30 a. m On all other Sundays of the month at 8:00 and 10:00 a. m. SUBIACO--Subiaco Abbey Church ~---Masses on Sunday at 5:00-5:30, 6:30, 7:30, with five-minute sermon; 9:00, sermon; 9:25, High Mass. Holi- days, same time. TEXARKANA, St. Edward's Church~Masses on Sundays at 7:00 and 9:00 a. m. WARREN--Mass on the second Sunday of t~e month at 10:45 a. m WYNNE.~Immaculato Conception Church---Mass on the first Sunday of the month at 10:30 a. m.; on the third and fifth Sundays at 8:00 a. m.; on holidays of obligation, at 9:00 a. m. given cause for anxiety in our Com- munion for many years," the report St. Mary's Church REUNION, AND ] ~CE ARE COVERED[ -- I states. C. W. C. News Service.)] Under the heading "Reports on Re- Au 2 latmn to and Reumon wzth E race g, 5.--The fact thatI " " " P" - all Bis pal Churches," the printed document ,,, hops assembled m l :ca nfo~',nr~ , 1.Rn [asserts that since the death of Car- CO .............vv..,. ..... ded dmal Mercmr, the Mahnes wonver i" , sanctioned the prac-] ". " . . " II co satmns have been forbidden, addmg ntrol has been wide-] ~" The printed" copy of]that "The Committee desires to ex- e conference, now avail ]press its conviction of the value of !Orth this action of the[SUch Conversations carried out in a Its full text, and discloses[spirit of loyalty, and it much regrets ~ wit that by the actmn of the Pope all "h regard to other] . " ~atters co ~ v[such meetings have been forbidden," l' ncernm~ famfl~ ire, such as, marriage, di-[etc, eat an ~Umerical decline of the]"The Committee also rcp d el" ,, ,, 1 " gY and union of the]endorse, the report cont'nues, the Jstatement made in 1908 and again in ~'eSting disclosure is that]1920, 'that there can be no fulfill- zi a table showing that be-Jment of the Divine purpose in any and 1920, the period cov-~scheme of reunion which doe's" fio~ul- r i sport, the Anglican['timately include the great Latin Uded each of the last 10[Church of the West, with which our ewer men in Holy Orders] history has been so closely associatedI at the beginning of the[ in the past, and to which we are] the beginning of 1919 to]still bound by many ties of common] ~29, the number of men[ faith and tradition.' " ttoly / Orders dwindled] The resolution concerning the to 15,070. ~ ]practice of birth control is number with regard to the 15 among 75 resolutions presented n candidates has at the conference The resolution ]. the Capitol and is at present resting/tablish such a course on a permanen~ in committee while certain indus-/basis, restricted to women, and with trialists are urging by word of mouth |a complete faculty assigned to it. and in the press the change, which ] Officials at Georgetown emphasize they contend will benefit humanity |that it is not a move to make the den- in general and Americans in particu-|tal school coeducational, since women lar. are not admitted to any other classes Washington, answers a statement published in a weekly newspaper re- cently that the main objection of Jews to the change is unfounded and been a movable feast and that only in comparatively recent years has it become a fixed day. Rabbi Simon declares that as far back as Moses the Sabbath was a definite, immov- able day. "The period from sunset Friday to sunset Saturday was adopted by the Jews as their Sabbath about 360 A. D.," the newspaper article stated in its "Question Box" column. "It is erroneous to suppose, as many do, that the ancient Jewish Sabbath al- ways fell on what corresponds to our Saturday and that the weekly cycle has never been broken." "The statements in this article as to the wandering character of the Sabbath," Rabbi Simon said in an- swer, "have no basis in Scripture or Jewish historical reckonqng. Even in the days of Moses, the Hebrews could count up to seven. Whatever instability there was in fixing the holy days by the recurrent phases of th~ moon, did not apply to the Satur- day Sabbath. The confusion lies in the use in the Bible of the word 'Sabath' to designate the holy days Taking up the cudgel for his co- in the school. religionists, Rabbi Abram Simon, of The course will cover one year of instruction, ga'aduation from which will equip a young woman to enter a dental office as an assistant, or ~o teach or lecture on hygiene in schools, public institutions and women's clubs. Candidates for the course must be graduates of accredited high schools. In addition to class instruction, the young women students will receive training in nursing at the Georgetown University Hospital, and practical work in the dental clinic. ried lifd." They affirm "the benefit tery was raised to the rank of an and the seventh day of rest. Every of a family as a joy in itself, as a abbey. day of rest was called a Sabbath, but vital contribution to the nation's wel- fare, and as a means of character- The first abbot of Merit de~ Cats Saturday was called 'the' Sabbath. building for both parents and chil- was Dora Dominique Lacaes. He gov- This confusion is found in Leviticus, erned for 36 years, up to the very day especially with the reckoning of the that he fell dead in his cell. Shortly seven weeks after the Passover 'Sab- before his death he had sent some bath.' In other words, the Saturday Sabbath was fixed as early as the day of Moses." In amazement I watched the train- ed flea do his stunts. Did you educate that flea your- self?" I asked the man. "Yes," he replied proudly, '"I raised him from a pup."---Life. of his brothers to found a new house at Tilburg, in Holland, His successor, Dora Sebastian Wy- art, had been a captain of the Ponti- fical Zouaves. He was called to Rome in 1884 by Leo XIII to install a colony of Trippists in the Cata- combs of St. Calixtus. This was the second daughter of the motherhouse of Saints Marie du Mont. Dom Se- bastian labored continually for the fusion of all Trappists into one or- der, and when this was accomplished "From Moses to Hillel II," Rabbi Simon goes on, "was a period of 1,500 years. Is it reasonable to believe that a people, devoted to the Sabbath as ordained by the Fourth Command- ment, would have worshipped for 15 centuries during its most fruitful cre- ative religious history on. a wander- ing, unsettled, undetermined Seventh Day of Rest?" Georgetown University has estab- lished a special department for wom- en this year in its School of Dentistry, fr Remember the Agency FEDERAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 6654 Little Rock THE CATHOLIC CLUB Third and Adams, Memphis, Solicits men's patronage. Hotel Rooms, clean, cool and ~omfortable. Reasonably priced. PHIL BLEECKER General Manager i Buy Your Lumber and Mill Work I From Snell Riley Lumber Company Phone 3-4135 Little Rock HIMSTEDT& SON Plumbing and Heating in which instruction will be given in dental hygiene A TREET " 208 LOUISl NA S ] The new course has been estab- .. ..... .... lished as a result of a trial given last t'none oa,,,:~ The Encyclical Letter makesno di-t~main" Occuplc-d:ythee:b:admg year, when several young women were l a Y ~n October, 191 , Y "- rect reference to birth control, al-]mained from them on constantly in admitted as special students in hy~ LITTLE ROCK, ARK. glens. It proved so successful that readsthUghmtherepart as~S afollows.Pa~:y~aph whlehl hh:Zobl y ombardmenf operah~nS~y I~h:n~:w::t ] the school decided this year to es- ~. "W artfller m A rfl 1918 Besxdes the hen healthy parents refuse for " Y " P ", " selfish r ......... I loss of buildings, the monastery also ~l~ " easons ~0 nave cnlloren in .~ . . homes where ~aere ...... Is ,or Dy sell-tSuxleredlssfpersnnet'xrmany MORRIS STITUTE II denial m ............ I o~ ~s religious lost their hves m ~ne , they deny~YtoV:ot~lCh~:l:h ::d ;:t~omnl:dnk: of the French army. E~hr:UC~e hoes whmh w~th a r Y the horror~ of these " , " Ch istian train- ] ~ . years, Dorr~ Bernard, the waI time ~ -- _ Ark. Ill ing, might be of priceless .value to :.. "- Searcy, the community We deenlv[aVD~' passed on just after the armi- sympathize with those who have bur-I st~ce. H~s successor, Dora Sebas- tian, formerl su erml of the Trap dens which are hard to bear. But l .. Y P " " . ~ .. p~s~s of the Catacombs of St Cahx we appeal to the whole community of] . .. : . : tus at Rome assume~ one ~aSK oI the ChurcI~ to remember that in hornet ' [[[I an EIt entary and Junior life' as in persnal life' we are call ] raising Saints Marie du Mnt frm ~endureed upOnhardness,tO takeandUP tothecountCrSS'upon,mnas~eryt] ~ts. rum~. ~" isThankstoday" tOenureiyh~S.. .effrtS'res~oreo. the: [tigh Sch00l f0r B0ys III the enablin- - wer of the S iri" of It shelters a fervent community of g lm P ~ I ixt " s Y monks, who pray incessantly God. And indeed when the sacrifice l. . tor the repose of the souls of Cana- H]I Conducted byr the Brothers of the Poor of St. Francis ~ maue ~or ~ne sa~e o rue iamny, idian and alli ' " " HH crowo .o oeao I Wr,, for free Co,o,o, IIll W~th" regard to sex education, l The order of Trappmts," . to whom there is contained in the reports of the abbey of the Mont du Cats be- ~[ comm'~ttees w long~, had ~ts birth at the Abbey of , hich are separate from " " " the Encyclical Letter and the resolu-Citeau- ne r D1jon,fund. "" e "din 1098 I tions, the assertion that "No child I When The Christmas Bells Ring In tin.::::, I!]:t: : ft.' :t i '~t~ should be sent to school before his iiii!'!!!ili;i!i!iiiiiiiiii{! 111" ~. ...... 6 ....... father or mother has fore-armed him under the leadership of St. Robert, [ "iil ~; ~, B. ]~ L A ] ~ D .......... fd~i : ,tl ; with the knowledge" of the functions St. Alderie and St. Stephen. Later St. ] ~i~ ii~ ii I "]i!~ :" .~ of the body. Instruction in these Bernard was to shed fame upon the/ ili iii il I Will you be spending the happiest holiday of allth,~:~::~:."~'r""~" matters, the report says, should be order. The Cistercians are today[ !!i i;: ~ ~ oldtheyearlreland?With thoSecrossneareStiu the luxurlousand dearestlinerhack in ~i ......... ii.,:~ Fro. t t[~ found in Europe, America, Africa and } |I I I s.s. LACONIA given "as soon as the child begins ~li',,~i,:imi~ to ask questions." Asia Divided into three congrega-[ III I FromN. Y.D .... bet 13th From Bo.tonneeember 14th .,:hq~:: r -t:]:::h:i~hht The Encyclical Letter of the Angli- tions up to 1892, they then became [ I | I I n~, ,o (;,,l,,,,, ,nd Cobb (Q,,--,o,,,o ~:,,:~i,, .'~ -r"pt *." :-, can Bihops touches upon cond'itions united under the name of Reformed[Ill I OacW,~s,..:~,h,n,~=so Toor,,T~,~,,,,O, ~,~,~,~',""0~ in Russia, which it refers to as a Cistercians. They occupy, at pres-[ I II ThlrdClaesS87.50 "vast political and social experiment ] ent, 60 houses and have 3,000 re- ] J I sps~,o~ ~,~dueed nounal rr~p Rat,~s which is, at least professedly, !~otr I ligius. [ ]ii ~,!'' | CabinCunar(l,26S.SOeuislneTOUrlet .... Tht,~CunardC.htnservleeSX94 Third... Mr.Ch"J.$'6aJ. ed m the dental of God's x~ -~" " e "stenCein the]; I Calvary on [ iil conductOrDaily Mass celebrated on board ... or.and your persona] adviser on this ex- ~Y.~.~r~ asserts that "there is much A erected Hill 141, near ! i~ Comcy, m memory of the war dead[ ~ I i ganizea entertainment, p,t~,!~..~...~,iri~,:.~.:. seienCific and philosophical thinldngI "" ~ ~ "~ i ' of our time which provided a clmiate[ killed in that sector, was x~ecently ] ~i!'~ I ' 3UNARD more favorable to faith in God than[ inaugurated. A h~gh Mass m the | ..~ii~,,,~, I :'~:,~,$I,i.~ has existed for generations;" declares morning and Vespers in the afternoon [ ~ilii ! I 1135-37 Olive St., St. Louis l"~'~iii~ii~'U that "the beauty of family life is]were attended by__ 700 peopl_e. I .... one of God's most precious gifts, ~nd [ its preservation is a paramount re-] SIDELIGHTS OF WASHINGTON t/ ' RN O spon~ibil!ty of the Church," and con-] demns divorce as " " " unnatural. To N C. W C Ne s Service.) /I J: T. He IBR OK the defense of Christ's standard of Washington.--Orthodox Jewry is i] marriage we summon the members one of the formost cgrSups in the [] Ventilating and of the Church, for on it depends all ranks of those opposing the propos-i[ All Kinds of Roofing that makes the magic of the word ed calendar change, which propost-~[ 'home,' " the Encyclical adds. tion has reached the legislators in~