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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 13, 1930 time of the elections, orI showed me through that portion of activity, belong to thelthe monastery that had been left to of those deprivedof election ~ him as living quarters. Not one piec '.cording to the correspond-j of furniture remained. In the ce.l lea of the constitutions ofI of the lonely old man was a poor re publics. ! cot, a rude table and a chair. apl 11..:--0f those variousI Notes AIone Are Left. ~,of cltmens, the followmg~ Devotion to Mexico had inspired en3oy elective rights: ~this aged monk with the desire to rs)ns.formerly or at presentt preserve something of the record of Ln rehgious cults. / Zapopan. Under the general title of administratively ex-t "Documents for the History of Za- popan," he has laboriously copied by 12.--According to the hand the most important passages of which the constitutions documents which once made up the allied republics are based, the archives of Zapopan. Those archives not deprived of elective have vanished and his notes are all that is left to tell the thrilling story of Schools, St Paul; Minn.; Miss f tion of the Catholic press in the Ellamay Horan, Professor of Educa- United States. Both prelates re- lion, DePaul University, Chicago, and lreceived warm applause and felicita- Mrs. T. M. Coughlin of Mankato, tions, it is reported here. Minn. I Monsignor Desiderius Nagy of De- As one of its first works, the corn-Itroit, a native of Hungary, was an- mittee is going to make public in a I other American ecclesiastic attending convenient form the addresses made/ the celebrations. by the speakers at Springfield. Iu addition, it till carry on continuous-]LATE SEN. PESCAROLE, ly the study in this field that beganINOTED ITALIAN DOCTOR, with the PreParation for the last Con- WAS CONVERT HEBREW ference, and will prepare and con- Rome, Sept. 1.--Senator Pescarole, duct a program on family education one of the greatest surgeons of Italy, at each succeeding meeting of the whose death occurred recently, was a C. R. L.C. Jew during the greater por,tion of his To facilitate the dissemination of life, but was converted to Catholi- the findings of this committee, the cism three years ago. He was re. hired, or elected by of four centuries of missionary work National Council of Catholic Women, ceived into the Church by Cardinal associations for employment in Mexico. The devoted old man has lwhich has been engaged in this field Gamba. economic administration or neatly bound his notes in eighteen for some time, has offered its serv-t Long before his entry into the servi.ce of the buildings of volumes. He has even illustrated some ices in the promotion of the study of I Church, this great physician ~had man- the parent's position as educator The ifested a profound sympathy for the bellri~CUlts' ers,SUChsingers,aS watchmen,etc., as Ofings.the pages with beautiful draw- messages of the committee are to be l Catholic religion. ~ers of church councils, pro- From his cell we climbed the dark put into study-club outlines and their In the parish in which Senate!" Pea- :those persons are not de- stairway ~hich leads to the top of study encouraged. The Catholic Ru-I curdle lived there was an old ~ris- of their elective rights by the church steeple. Stepping out on ral Life Conference and other agen-Itan who was deeply venerated be- cles of the constitution of the roof, we behold a panorama of cies will ioin with the N. C. C. W t cause of his sanctity. W,hen he rspublics, charming beauty--mountains in the in promoting the spread of this move- j learned that the old man was serious- III, Paragraph 14--Per- . ................ : ..... ,~. ment lv ill he attended him and asked him, ~-a ~ - . , . " . _. distance, ronmg 1eRls, gramng cu~v~=. - ~a OI their etect~ve r~gn~s, .. At our feet was the great monastery, in return, to remember him in his lg to the class of exploit- u.,; ........ A.n ~o~i~ ~ ever~ di- ~ir ~ n-~ ,~ ~ prayers. He not only .cared for the of ~ who have been m Vhe r:::~on~'I(~had *be;n ": very large vvrecK ~,atne~ral . needy of his neighborhood, but even eligious cults) can reae- " The odd old Father had I omOma lown in took them into his home for treat- |ell -' ......... monastery, g .e~ rights l:t, 1or no~ repaired the roof of the church. The China Civil War meat. He :always impressed upon his u fivee~ecUVeyears, they have been part of the mehastery occupied by pupils that they must never neglect 1 by productive and useful so- , ..... in -odd re-air - . ------- the imperative duty of a ~octor to rk an " mm seemexl ~o ve g P Rome, Sept 2 (N C W C d have shown ~helr loy- arts were disinte ratin - ." '-- ..... notify the family when a patient was 0th . . Other p g g" FJdes.)--A F~des cablegram from e Soviet authomty ....... ~ .... * u---~ *-~ ..... nearinz death so that the dying one ------- tirea~ sec~mns o~ ~ne ~ -,,re ~_~,- HongKong sm~es ~nat in the recent " ' ~ receive the last consolations of Xaents which will ~be presented lea. We were w~tnessmg" . " a ruini in the attack of Nankin-' ~,~ t~oo" ~-s on ~ae~r~ relim~gn~io~' ' ~ext, and final, article of this P:~l~:gs t:fa/e~ma~tn" it s an ap :~pp~anlent~f eK~i:~:h:~t pnvNannm.g,, I,g is said that once when Senator ~eal " i l, p g nee, the wath the de mvat on of - - - " ' - .hts..~ P i h I asked the good Father about theCatholic cathedral" .~ .................. ~.,~ ....... Pescarole was spending a vacatmn m . , w~th marrmge, and w t ~:u ...... v h~ monaster-"surely it, - , ~ a small town, the village pastor, thmk- :i~ rehgmus service of. elec- c':nta;ns'priceless treasures both in ue~[::Yyafiring on the part of the at ing him a Cathohc, called to ask for xrom mm~ary service on -~inted ,books and manuscripts - . - . . . " a donation for purchasing oil for the ~S p " ' "~acKers, wno were supporteG ~y . . grounds. "Alas." .he sighed, "until this week I i~,,,~h~ ..... ~ ........... n ~.~ ..... ":. sanctuary lamp. W~thvu;t reveahng , found'my only comfort in the library, fo'r'the~m~sion~' ;o.~er~.. ...... his religious identity, the stranger ~|e~e I:~nl~,, l'~l~ssrch I The old volumes are dear to me, but m. . ': . P t , ~" . asked the pastor how much was need- o a.~m.~ ~.~aa~t ~ne oeacl and wounfleo are report- "" "" "" i " i ..... ,.- ~. I-i , I.~., nr],;lo~'~ hoe been taken away ........ ed in all. when ~ne pr esc saa l,ouu rvea tar .enturles ...... - ..... s .... .. as numerous, tnougn what one, ..................... a.~, -- aa I on a ' - lire ne gave 711111 E'FI % tlllUIAllb DO Climb 4 . Government agents came ~ a Y loss . sea among the Catholics are is not l ~t~.llgere(l in l1eXlCOtand closed the library." stated the aged servant of God would not I What will the government agents lNannin is th c nt r ~ ..... l have to weary himself further. He -------- ! . g s e e e o~ ~ne v~- B the second of a series of dr- do wit, h the books of Zapopan? Wllltcariate of that name, and hence islalsgr.0mined ..to send hml money ,o e sold as from time ~o ~lme ~o nelp care zor Y the Director of O~e Legal they cart them away to b the seat of a bishop, the RtRev ............ ~ ..... ~^ ~a--er~There is a trunk fac- ! .... ; .... ~ -- ,~" " I the needs of hm churoh and parish. enL N. u. w. u., wad nas;w~e p ~ _ I Jus~m ~mouy o~ tne l'ams ~ oreign1 rned ~ m a ws~t to Mex~ to~y at Guadala]ara which manufac f'o "" "- " " ,-iMission Society, who was named to '' xs of residence in Latin I tares traveling bags out of car.a"t his post only on March 25 of this have made him unusually board. W'ho knows the value_ .el. the year. ~t~, write of the condition old books and manuscripts tha~ nave The ~)"-' ..... ~" va i ~ arls nllss~onarles nave ~ounfl m Mexico" today.) gone and still are io, go into the man- Kwan~si' ~" one of" the least fruitful of William F. Montavon. en for N. C. W. C. News Service.) 0st distressing experience I ~g my recent visit in Mexico 'Y brought to my mind by dated August 25, received return This letter~ is from librarian of one of the most ~s states of Mexico. ~riceless treasures stored in under my care," writes "are in danger of ruined by humidity and This librarian is a trained CUlture. He loves books. He library methods. He money in a vain effort the treasures of ~his library general destruction which is it. ]~ actually found him re- ~Ome tottering book stacks own hands. stand idly by and see perish." he told me. have been the instru- which the national cul- was for centuries pro- In themselves they are con- of that culture. If allowed to perish they will stain on our record ~ka Never Consulted. not o~aly save these books I would make them ufacture of traveling :bags? Will the their many fields in China, counting destruction of the books of Zapopan only 4,600 Catholics in a total popu- be by slow decay on the shelves of a lation of 10,000,000. "library" or will it be by the rapid This year a portion of the vicari- process of the trunk maker? ate was confided to the Maryknoll Alas! when will destruction end missionaries as an independent mis- and reconstruction begin in Mexico? sion, their center being at Wuchow, also a point of attack in the bitter Parent-Educator fratricidal war which is now raging Project Launched in the province. By Rural Group ROMAN N-EWs Remember the EFF J.R/ LE Age y FEDERAL BANK BUILDING (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Washington, Sept. 5. A pioneer effort in family education, believed the first of its kind to be under- ~aken in this country, has been launched by the Catholic Rural Life Conference, with the appointment of a standing Committee on the Catholic Parent Educator. The committee is to have a two- fold purpose: I will co~tinue thll thorough study of the problem of family education begun by the Cath- olic Rural Life Conference some months ago, and exemplified in a symposium at the annual meeting in Springfield, Ill., last week; and it will make every effort to get co par- ents, particularly rural parents, the results of its studies. The work has been undertaken w'thin the Catholic Rural Life Con- (By N. C. W. C. News Service Special Cable.) Rome, Sept. 1.--Receiving Cardinal Sincere, the Papal Legate, and the members of the Pontifical Mission which had just returned with him from Budapest. where they partici- pated in the St. Emmery celebrations, Pope Pits XI, on Wednesday, ex- pressed his satisfaction with the re- ception which the ~uthorities and people accorded his representative. The Regent of the country conferred the Hungarian Grand Order of' Merit on Cardinal Sincere and other minor decorations on the prelates and gen- tlemen of his suite. The Rt. Rev. Joseph Schrembs, Bishop of Cleveland, and the Rt. Rev. John F. Nell, Bishop of Fort Wayne, were representatives of the United PHONE 6654 Little Rock THE CATHOLIC CLUB Phird and Adams, Memphis, Solicits men'~ patronage. Hotel Rooms, clean, cool and "~omfortabte. Reasonably priced. PHIL BLEECKER General Manager Buy Your Lumber and Mill Work From Snell Riley Lumber Company Phone 3-4135 Little Rock HIMSTEDT& S0N ference, it was said. because the .States at the Budapest celebrations, No, one comes here now to movement can best start with the and both spoke in the name of Ameri- them. In six years not one rural families. The rural families, 'can Catholics at the solemn inaugu- eighty thousand tomes has it was pointed out, are larger than ral meeting. Indeed, the books urban families, are generally more At the Congress of Catholic Jurists l~order. Many editions are closely knit associations, and more- and Publishers, Bishop Schrembs anWe have no index,an~Weone the c tes drawthelr ouulatl n have[ever-i~urnlshthe'su~ce frm'oWhlch spoke on the organization of the inventory If Y t t P C ,. " " " I ,atholic Church in the United States, re t~ 1 one of these Popularizing Encychcal coast t "" . : ., t an(l particul'arly on. the position of Would not know where to Back of the who~e movcmen~ is ~ne, Hun - " ..... " -- " . . .. ~ garmn bamoncs m America. I am doing what I can, but aim to bring a better understandmgl:Bishop Nell spoke on the organtza- ~ces I have are wholly in- and appreciation of that section o~i ' the Holy Father's Encyclical on Edu-! - the men of August 6 cation dealing with parents' duty inI " monastery found-the education of youth the fact thatI ago by the Mission-I of Saint Francis at Za- ~ the state of Jalisco. The is solidly built of stone. It specimen of colonial The chapel houses an of Our Lady, the Vir- venerated through- as the friend and protec- rners. The country about is one of the garden spots On every hand are the of the influ- friars over the economic parents are prlmarily responsible for the proper education of their chil- dren; that they are the first teachers; that education and character forma- tion begin in the home; that the school is only an auxiliary to the home in the education of children. The committee's work will lay em- phasis on rel'gious, moral and social education, but health education will not be neglected. The committee is composed of all those authorities who read papers at he Conference in Springfield, with well-being of the people. [the Rev Dr. Edwin V. O'Hara, Bish- have been banished from ep-e~ect' of Great Falls, Mont.. as One lonely old monk re- chairman. Small detachment of fed-I Other comm'ttee members are the one of the patios.I Rev John LaFarge, S. J., of the and gardens,America staff; the Rev. J. Elliott ,Ross; the Rev. Edgar Schmiedeler, ~ar old Father, who remains O. S. B., of St. Benedict's College, the sightseer of the Atchison. Kansas; the Rev. James belonged to Zapopan, Byrnes, Archdiocesan Superi-tendent Plumbing and Heating 208 LOUISIANA STREET Phone 8342 LITTLE ROCK, ARK. The modern, luxurious way to Erin... economical, Too .... these spacious Steamers. Large airy staterooms, lounges and libraries . . . cheery ver- andah cafes . . . Canard food and service. Special facilities for daily celebration of Mass on board. 'First Class $177.50 up, *Cabin $135.00 up, *Sec- ond Cabin $132.50 up, Touris Third Cabin, One Way $106 up, Round Trip $187 up, Third Class One Way $85 up, Round Trip $155 up acc9rding steamers, U. S. War Tax additional. * "Subject to 12v]' discount on round trip m off-season." Your Local Agent or 1135-37 Olive St., St. Louis it PAGE SEVEN WHERE TO HEAR MASS J tfftehegfi;lels gul'Tm l:hendutl: orl ..M30ss:? :: S:nd: dayts 8o00ob gn: ~unday Masses in various parts of ,ion at 7:30 and 9:00 a. m. he State. It is published for the HOXIE, Mary Immaculate Church :onvenienee of our reade~, and --During July and August, Masses on chile every effort has been made to ~he first and third Sundays at 8:00 a. tecure accarate information, The m.; on the second and fourth SundaFs ~uardian assumes no responsibility at 7:00 a. m. "or any changes or errors herein. ARKANSAS CITY.--Mass on the 'irst Sunday of the month at 9:30 t. I/L ATKINS.--Church of the Assump- ion--Masses on first and last Sun- JONESBORO, St, Roman's Church --Masses on Sunday at 8:00 a. m. ~nd 10:00 a.m. During June, July ~ni~ August at 7:30 and 9:30 a. m. KNOBEL---Mass on the first and daird Sundays at 6:00 a. m. lays of the month at 7 a.m. On oth- LAKE VILLAGE, St. Mary's r Sundays, at 7 and 9:00 a.m. 0hutch---Masses on Sunday at 7:30 BALD KNOB--Mass on the first, and 10:00 a. m. chird and fifth Sundays at 9:00 w m. LITTLE ROCK, S~* Andrew's Ca- BELLA VISTA--Mass every Sun- :hedral---Masses on Sunday at 7:00. lay at 8:00 a. In. l J:00 and 11:00 a. m,; on holidays at BLYTHEVILLE, Immaculate Con-16:30, 7:30 and 9:30 a. m. eption Church.--Masses on the first , LITTLE ROCK, St. Edward's ~unday at 7 a. m., en the second, Church--Masses on Sunday, Low hird and fourth Sunday at 10:30 M[ass at 7:00 and 11:00; High Ma~ t.m. at 9:00 a. m. BRINKLEY---St. John's Chureh--- ~ LITTLE ROCK, Our Lady of Good v[ass every Sunday at 8:00 a.m. ~ounsel Church---Mass on Sunday at CAMDEN, St. Louis Church.-- 6:00, 7:30 and 9:00 a. m.; on holi- ~Iasses on Sunda:/ at 7:30 and 9:00 lays, 6:15 and 9:00 a.m. , t.m. MARIANNA---St. Andrew's Church CARLISLE--Mass on the first and ---Mass on the second Sunday of the bird Sundays of the month at 10:00 month at 8:00 a. m.; on the fourth t.m. Sunday, at 10:30 a. m. CENTER RIDGE.--St. Joseph's McGEHEE, St. Winand's Church 3hureh, Mass during the months of --Mass every Sunday at 8:00 a. m. ~uly and August on the second and MENA, St. Agnes' Church--Masses ourth Sundays at10:30 a.m. on first Sunday at 7:00 and9:00a, CHARLESTON.--Masses on first, m.; on second Sundays at 9::00 a.m. bird and fifth Sundays at 7:30 and on third and fifth Sundays at 8:00 a. ~:30 a. m., on second and fourth m.; on fourth Sundays at 7:00 a. m. ;undays at 10"30 a m M 0 R R I L T 0 N, Sacred Heart CONWAY, St. Joseph's Church.-- Church--Masses on Sundays at 7:00 ~Iasses on Sunday at 7:00 and 9:00 and 9:~0'~-'~ a. m. t m NEWPORT--Mass on the second DARDANELLE--St. Augustine's and fourth Sunday at 9:30 a. m. ~hurch--Mass on the first Sunday of NORTH LITTLE ROCK, St. Pat- ," " : ~ "0 a m rick's Church--Masses on Sunda s at ae monm au v :~ . . y DEQUEEN.--Mass on the second7:00 and 9:00 a. m. at 8 00 and OSCEOLA Masses on second ~nd fourth Sundays : --- , ~0"30 respectively third and fourth Sundays at 8:00 a. DE VALL'S BLUFF---Mass on the m. ~ourth Sunday of the month at 10:00 PARIS, St. Joseph's Church--Aft- ~'clock er May 15, Masses at 7:00 and 9:00 EL DORADO. -- Holy Redeemer a. m. 0hurch.--Masses on Sundays, 7:30 PINE BLUFF, St. Joseph's Church tnd 10-30 a m --Masses on Sundays at 7:30 and ENG LB R --St ohn's Church 10:30 a. m.; on holidays at 6:30 sad --Mass on Sundays at 8:30 o'clock. 9:00 a. m. EUREKA SPRINGS, St. Eliza- 9eth's Church--Mass every Sunday of the month at 11:00 a. m. FAYETTEVILLE and TONTL ~OWN--Masses at 8:00 and 10:00 a. N.B. As the hours of Mass al- ~rnate each Sunday it is well to find ~ut at Fayetteville as to the hour for particular Sunday. FOREMAN--Masses on the second ~nd fourth Sundays, at 10:30 and :00 respectively. FORREST CITY.--- St. Francis~ 0hutch--Mass on the first and fourth ~undays of the month at 8:00 a. m.; )n the second, third and fifth Sun- tays, at 10:30 a. m.; on holidays of ~bligation, at 7:00 a. m. FORT SMITH-- Immaculate Con. ~eption Church--Masses every Sun- lay at 6:30, 7:30 and 9:30 a. m. FORT SMITH, St. Boniface Church -Masses on Sundays at 6:00, 7:30, md 9:30 a.m. On Holidays at 5:30 ,nd 8:00 a. m. FORT SMITH, Church of Christ he King--Masses on Sundays at ~:00 and 9:00 a. m. On Holidays at r:00 and 9:00 a. m. GILLETT--Mass on the second ~unday of the month at 10 a. m. HAMBURG.---Mass on the fourth ~unday of the month at 10:30 a. m. HOPE--Mass on the first and third Sundays of the n~nth at 7:30 and 1:00 respectively. HELENA, St. Mary's Church--- I~asses on Sunday at 7:30 and 10:00 .nL POCAHONTAS, St. Paul's Church ---Masses on Sundays at 7:00 and 9:00 a. m. PRESCOTT--Mass on the first Sunday of the month at 9:30 a. m. RATCLIFFE--Mass on the second and fourth Sundays of the month at 8:00 a. m. RUSSELLVILLE ~-- St. A n n ' s Church--Mass on the last Sunday of the month at 9:80 a, m. SEARCY--Mass on the ~eond .and ~ourth Sundays at 9:00 a. m. SLOVACTOWN, St. Cyril and Methodius Church--Mass on Sunday i and all Holidays of obligation at 9 a. 1TI. I STAMPS--Mass on the third Sun- tday 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. SUB!ACO--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 seco~! Sunday of fine month at 10:45 a. m. W~YNNE.--Immaculate Conception Church---Mass on the first Sunday of the month at 10:30 a. m.; on the third and fifth Sundays at 8:00 ~ m. ; on holidays of obligation, at 9:00 HOT SPRINGS, St. Mary's Church a. m. D t! i I earcy, Ark. Ill Ill] An E.Itmentary and Junior zgh School for Boys II[ IN[ Conducted by the Bro.hers of the Poor of St. Francm IU[ 1111 Write the Rev. Superior for free Catalog J. T. 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