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The Official Organ of the Diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas - ~ ~-------:---- ~ "--------~-=-------': ~~ :No VO_L: XVII " __ LITTLE ROCK,_ ARK., SEPT. 17, 19 7 _ RE| I CARD. DOUGHERTY I BISHOP E. M. WALSH ,ALLES J ] IS HOME AFTER [ IS CONSECRATED :N UHTI " -- / FAR NORTH TRIP/ AT SAVANNAH] AIIOHI |W|A Support to Cathohc School m Arman States chP::~ado~Ph:, Sept ~ .With. the Cathedral of St Jc, hn the Baptmt, Issues y,gorous Statement Sih..o~;ng Utter Fals,ty o' Mex,can Pres, By Dr. Frederic Funde, ]~]one the P0stzeiLung, but ears, His Emtinde:edes ~,:glng m .hm where only e!ev6~ years ago. he was dents Assertmn That Ant, Rehgmu, Laws Have Been A~ .... e ms Cardma ordained a priest, th~ Rt Rev Emmet cepted by Catholics and TIaat Conflict Is at an End. podent, N. C. W. C. [otbspecte p p L] g Y P I ' ' , ........... ~,T^ ,~ ~ .... ~ l~ress vresident Caues again appeals ienna Corres ~ d Catholic a ers souno l)ou ner~ , Archbisho of Philadel- M Walsh until recently pastor of ~. _ .... News Service) [thening, and they are just aslPhia, returned home yesterday after-lithe Church of the lmmacma~e uon- (~y ~. ~. w. ~ ............. , ~ , ~ .......... ~ 1.... n the French liner Ile de e tion at Atlanta was today conse- San Francisco, Sept. 12.---The to worm opmmn m aexen~c u~ ,~ Vienna, Sept. 5. The great Cath-tclend concerned m what theYlnoon o _~[cp ...... , ....................... O~qesladministratlon,'' says Archbmhop : party of Germany, the Center, sayhey speak of "signs o dis-]France, after a four months' tour of[crated the mxLn ~mnop ot unarles~on, pumlc sm~emen~ o~ rremuen~ ,~, ,.. wark " i n" and of "Chinese chaos Europe [He succeeds the Rt Rev. William T. that the religious struggle in Mexicolrianna" . _ [ of the Faith in Germany[mt~ o I " - ..... " ..................... l:csI As an American bishop WhO has ,, Russell dlS~lngulsne(l ~naries~on ur is at an ena aria ~na~ ~ne wa~,u ' half. a century m its hght for [misenter. ......... I._ The arrival of His Eminence 111I Ulnar,," 'who died in March of Mexico have accepted his anti-re-[accurate sources of informatmn con- rignzs oz uatholics, and in recenz I :risis revmves aDou~ ur. wxr~nI New xorz cartier in the oay wasI ~ ~ "' " - . - - ....... | .... ~-~, ~exican affairs, I am in a ~rs the " " e~ leader who formerly was marked b the shiekin~, welcomes of]The Rt Rev Michael J Keyes, ligious laws ana nave grown mm~er-! ........ s .... . . party which has gtven to lC ] Y 1 " " " - ............. ~^~^q^d as~ position to state that at ]s not pos- ~rman.y a hue of brllhant Chancel- Chllor of Germany, and his mews/sirens of ~erries and other craft in1] Bishop of Savannah, was consecrator,. ............ en~ ~owaro ~ne~r ~m~n, *~ ~u=, ~+~+~ ~/ .... ~e zor any one xut~y" ........ ~q ........ "-*~ . . [ ndin education bill But]the harbor and b the reetin s off[assisted b the Rt Rev Patrick ~arry, plain untruth, m a mgorous ..... - sm . .. ....... ,rs, s at a crisis and an acute one , on pe g Y g g Y " _ ....... .~_, .,.~+~ +h= kua~ion zo accep~ t'reslaen~ It is not a mere political squabble, [bat the p . . Y ] gY Y ~1-p " ..... .......... - ......... ~.....~ T ~ .... rch_ I Calles' interpretation o:t the rengmus resent difficult lies a more than 100 cler men and la men Bisho of St Augustine, and the ~. men~ g~ven ou~ here ~ooay oy ~ne I ......... s ........ " se~f disturbing incidents --cases of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia at Rev. wmmm J. rickey, ~Isnop u~ [v~Os~. ~uv. ~ .............. A . I ....... i- ....... ~..~+ ~. M Xi- GAIN IS SH0WN BY i VOWS S01; Cantwe~s Los Angeles aris, Sept ~ statue o~ th CHINE ION 5:=u: IET ';hOA~::2:~r:hat Many ;f Th:se |:iS;etth: wRR.id@emth 'hh'~h, :hen' _ |Everywhere he showed himself to be' I1' ~ 11111" ~ O''''Ey~ 0Y DIVINE wORD i . Not Recel ing /sPstTue :n the ~rl~h::Lt:li~;] CLEARING, REPORT ,X n. w. u ] Living wage and Their 1 _, -- I t 9.---Seven young Exploitation Should . t~cted on the summit of Corcovadol T~ Llscholarship. I (By N. C. W. C. News Serwce.) 1 Techny, I!!:,S~:~+,..,1 vows in the r Be Protested. ' ,~llwhich dominates the famous Bay |~ MARYKNOL ~o,~ 10"--SLudenLs';ene::;n:hePD~:~ie~'Word aL ~t. Rio de Janeiro and can be seen| }more than a hundred priests attend-]~repar]ng for th6 Catholic priesthood[~oc Y . . . " " 1 | . . v . ' r's Mission House here yes~eroay, :Los Angeles, Calif., Sept. 8. Dm a conmderable dmtance at sea. (By N C W C News Service ) ed the consecratmn ceremony, wh]chtin seminaries throughout the Umted/Ma Y* " aria ............... rune p ......... ltholic people and their friends to The new statue ~s now being corn- Marvknoll: N. Y., SePt. 9. So far,Jals was witnessed by representatwes~states increased by 1,852 m the lastlw!~e.l~ 24 r.enewea overflow-eted by th~ French.sculptor, Paul in the China muddle, Maryknoli[f all th~ religious OrderSana ~'t21[tw years, it is shown ]nastfv-eY~iea'tne~::e~'::2ecoun~rv ~u~- A~ n~ same--" 30 other young e number of fully 40,000 the stadium of Loyola College here}~ndowski, in his studm at Bomogne. ~oriests have been less troubled than[ Carolinas and Georgia, Y ]the seminaries o~ the y | . ..... I Soclet eau! bern rece}ved into ~ne today evenin Se tember 4, for e figure itself, which stands erect ttheir American confreres, es~cciallylseminarians of the Missionary " Ylcompleted by the Education Bur ,men were " g " . e first ~reatg'-onP:ir meetin~ of~th outstretched arms, will benineLY-!the Passionists and the Vincentian~]f the Most Holy Trlnity, who were.inlof the N. C. Wi C., the results of Society's novitiate, aL the Amerman ~ National ~:~ ..... f Catholic Ight fdet high and.will be mounted*t ~Ph~ h.= ~=,~*~,,,~+ ~,~,~ ~: ~ ~t-" I Savannah on their way to Hbly Wrm-[which were made public this week. [ Motherhouse of the ~_om~y on ~-.~ ~arities held~i~ihi's';ity~September~ove a twenty-two foot stone baseit~c'r:~d'at'e;ab';u~tTm'onth"ago,~t; ihelity, Ala. ~ Thero, were 15,836 studentsinlshores of Lake Beulah, l~ast Troy, "to 8. This is thought to be the [iLhin which there will be a chapel. 'Maryknoil Superior frozen Father Dan:] ' [ the seminaries in 1926, as against 13, 1Wis, some 60 miles distant. Among . gest gathering of Catholic peOpld/The rel~gious statU:joh~Chi~tn Pr:;;liel McGillicuddy, C. M. Father M~:lp|~~ REMOVAL 1984 in 1924, wh=th(? :a:t(?u(hv:Y~l~h2e;:~ttst W~:g:)s~inPer2~e:n:arY;~:gr ~r held in the West Assemble [nt has the distinc" " g lGillicuddy s~ems to 2eel that thellJt~flll [made. At the ~ :~ "/ ~ ". ........ V~ious ti! nzeone ) ! I red as lrants 1:o ~n~ ~e~,t; er~ of the sem co o P ~ore the great tern orary altar 'i~hest in the world is a bro I w0rst is over He writes" | ~tF~ ltTg~[TIF~| A~ber of faculty memb " ", " ...... n " P " " " 1 riesthood, which seminary m spo _ lliantly li hted and adorned for 8amt Charles Borromeo at Arona "Our mission (Vincentian) in Kan-] ||~ ]~O~|l~'~l~.~[inaries increased by 62, g~vmg a tots [p . . : - _. ~;,+~, occasio~,ghe vast audience of not- L~go Maggiore. WitMn its head lchow, a,Ler ,ive months of militaryI ~-- tot 1,828. tsrcd~a~d cndwC::: ~h;:: colo;;d o ecclesiastics, famed welfare ex-l!tert is easily room for tourists t]OccupatiOn by the NatiOnalist sOldier~1~ .... lch~Pla-~........ tv ,, +h,[ It is noteworthy that, while these[OI ~.ne Dlvlnel2 e VV ? ~.USl; llnl~uuu" 4"~:;~*bl,~:,x nn-~ : 'ts, cler and eo le stood at at-]lilt down to admire the view throughl ~,[was finally evacuated on June the.~__...._.....~.~.~...-~--,,_.:,.~.........,,,,.,~,,vn~,~l)etr]~' ~I ..-~- 5~ ,~':..:'i~[;~creases were being registered, thclbr~ners ,av .,] . ~ c+ ,.a"~"~-~ : : tion wG~e theT:P:ed states flag pe,ngs provided for that purpose, first. So, on the Feast of Pentecos~ - mastery ~,~u "~'.-~----- ' --,~mcs ors~e~" ~" ~ ~''''~ ~;apt.~chm nw.~a~e ~,*~':~'~::'~.q1::t!number of seminaries decreased frm/.V.~,:ef==,~.~*~d~-~:a:~i= ~ , " " " r ture smo y, " " ~ account: ,v " slowly homted to the thundering] our Chrmhans were able to hear Mass . ,~+~,,v .~t Hunt-[ 170 to 162. Th~s ~s largely -t _ . ,, ~ ..... avenue, to a new ll]O1]a,~,~- ~- | . . , ~ . ,rus of The Star-Spangled Ban'ho~ ~'~U | [pubhcly fro: the f,rst hme ,n hveI ........ Med with the' ed for, off,.cmls of the Bureau ex-I..~,~',.,,~ ,.aT tr~ll~lIlttlfltO . li2~T.Orl, lUG ~ wero rUVt: t ', and listeneed with enthusia~ml~l[~t~O ~" ~L~|~|~ months. " " ' ': ~ the Capuchinl plained, by an inclination on the0par 1 ~"~|~_'~ ~]~|~'~ : "" ,, . .~ r" l al]nouncemen~ ~n:t~ ~ " to dro ~ some ~.~~ ~.,m,,~ , ' de the RL. Rev. John J. Cantweil, | $~r~~x~r~ I~lIT~llkT I Our I,.ah~.n confreres m the \ ~-~_~ ...... ~00 000 build- of the rehgmus Orders t _. .... D., Bishop of Los Angeles and San ~ H~l~l/ hlYP~ c~i~o of Kigan have suffered terri- l, atners wm erect a .~,, ,, , ] ~'o who "o "" nvention / ]bl Paacticall all tieir mi sionsl"'~ ' * " "marie:" and eniar~e and s:rengthcn ISSUE STATEr EI T , . . ..... ~n on ground owned by Ou~ Sun of their smaller preparatory sem- i, is n.st to ~ne co Y ~ "- s' .....in the Indiana ckY !" ' ,~ pol:cyt ,:d:~d :h: ~ded;:::eO~;el::em~,a:d] ,TO ENGLISH NUN! = i ~%f;:ac~:;~:t~:~'~L;a:hii~!:~Y~I New York, SepL. 10. The Mos* nt heard the speeches of William| ~ ~ , faro stll in that condition " " ~" " "" " , - " - ~survey, that the pr p "Y ' -t~)~., Leo,,oldo Ruiz v Florez, Arch- . ,, " . : . the plans call for~ its compleuon m*. . d b 13 in the two ...... " ' " " Igoe of St Lores and Bernard J.| Par[Aug 25. starer Marguerite In one c~ty of the K~gan V~car~-] _= ..... ..... manes decrease Y ,1" .on of Moreha, Mex}co, and the , * r ' " " ' " I ' ho DtllldlIlg WIll UI2. .... t )]S], ~. * , [ thefall of 1928 T he ma or seminaries m ,an of New York, and knelt inlthe E~glish Mother Superior of the ate, a Chinese priest and his teacher' * . ........... lyears, whhe t ~ " "lRt Roy lascual Diaz, Bishop of Ta~ ' 'constructed of brick ana Will I)t~ .toux ..... , , ~ratmn while the Most Rev. Edward I Smtersof Chanty of St. Vincent de [were cruelly beaten and then burned [ ........ ~_.^] creased by 5. [ b'~co, MeMco, and secretary of the , - ~ " ' , ste accordingl . . ~ ' " :' mation~ 'How like the solemn as-I eigners. She was decorated w:th the }to shreds, and ff the servants had iBnavcnture Sebastmn,mna^u ~vY.,v, u~v ........, v*- ~- .i creased' while increases m both! Mcx,co:' " ~bhes at th e t E charmhc Con I i~Aithed0e ~h e~.Ii~ a~:cVmar~i: Inot rus ed to he~ md she would havo to Father S i iii~iu~ e~e~n 2!!!it ~!! b th c s e c u 12 i!/ i, Wile~:~i~i ~)a!:!:? ~nh ~! ~:r~ieYea: i:egr 2 : Soleinn Port- ~ ]li(si)n, bee'juks!le:ow, there ' seems to be a ! i!)??diwh t ~e a ~ec wt h; u?l~]';;: c?: I:t" r:eY~h:;s 1' :h * cal Mass was cYe'lebrated "in the~ ....... : . . ]tt.rn in the tide Proclamations have, " . - .. lin 1926 1 191, a drop of 80. /' "'." ~ - ...... ~ ~-~^~ d-~orted . , , __ ,,.. i~ls~er ~arguerl~e became iamous i, : . -. -~ -,- .... ~ ..... + the buiminc,, ' , . , ~jorlw oi wnom ~.~ ~=~,,-e , i P " e " F ther Se It also is interesting t land to function as the C ;; y, ~mphasized the,fact tha~ Christ by the G r~nans, .she was able to.be obliged to leave for Shanghai are re-lbo moved to Huntlngton~ a ..... "1+~. ..... ber of lay teachers in the ,,~,fnrall,, as lbvers of our natiVe ught an entirely new concept to ot great service ~o Auiea wounaea turning to the interior. It is fortu-/bastian stated tha~ in au pro~amn,~y~ .... ."~'~"_ ,_... ~.^L.. ~a ;.~ lO24 tot, :'~_- ...:i" .... + .... *~ her and " ' " " - ' .... it The to seminaries ~u~e xrum o.., - Iant~ w~ w~n ~u .~--.. ~,, , world, en he nreached the gos- and pmsoners, and after she was hate that We remained m the m]ssmn, tthey wilt remain m thin c y."~ ........ ( L:__ ,e. .......... ,, ,,+,~ " -- - "~ " " ' e tares of IUti in lvz, o, ~ne increase ucmg ~u. , w6 WOUl(1 QD all w~ uan u,, *-~*---~ of love.It is this ideal the love evacuated she returned ~mmedmtely The Jesmt Fathers of the Anhwe} cal prow~ce includes th s [ ~ ~ .. , . ... n~ rompted by lo;'e of God, to the l~rench front. Since the Province returned and ~ere again Michigan, New York, North and South With the decrease of 13 in the tcept t0 mal~e ~ny sacrmce o~ " rmistice she has cont'nued to devoe drivon out One of the Italian Jes Dakota Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, ! number of~preparatory seminaries in ;honor and our own, any yieIdin~ , mainspring for the A ~ - " ' . ~ ! " ~ re he sec~ e Social Work- her life to the care of the wounde'd uits was killed at the time of the ex-' and Montant and the diocese of Fort the two years, the total number of those principles w h~ch.a t ,, ,, t Wa ne and archdmcese of Chicago ~ (Continued on page 4 ) of h~r permanent well Demg :~: soldiers at the Strasbourg hospital, pulsion, y " " " " " ' i