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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 20, 1930 PAGE THREF AND SOCIAL t or Send Social Items to The Guardian 307~& West Second Street. Phone 5486 and Mrs. John Henze of Con- the birth of a daugh- 11, Catherine. October 31st has been re- by Good Counsel Parish for Moon which will r'se in that night. ALL SOCIAL ITEMS MUST BE IN THE OFF1CE B Y NOON TUES- DAY. quests all parents vo attend this meet- ing, to make plans for the coming year's work. The card party to be given in con- nection with the Cathedral Aid Car- nival will be held on the afterfioon of the first day of the Carnival, Wed- .nd Mrs. August Probst, Jr.,~nesday, Oct. 1. Miss Helen Robinson and Mrs. L. Sprick have :'is chairman and will be assisted by a after a short large committee. An attrative and rela~ves, i useful prize will be given for high score at each table A cordial invita- meeting of the school year tion is extended to the public. l:Ioly Souls P. T A. will be! afternoon, Sept. 22, at l On Thursday, Sept. 25, in Our school. All mothers are Lady of Good Counsel Hall there will be present, be a card party sponsored by the la- Idles of St. Anne's Altar Society Pro- SALE A modern home of ceeds will be for .the benefit of St. and sleeping porch, close Anne's Building Fund. There will be Academy and school of a prize at each table, and a door prize Church Call 3-4747. besides Play will begin at 2 p. m. Admission 50 cents. Participation in this card party by the ladies of the city parishes is respectfully requested. I Th 1 "" e aales oz St. Edward's Parish will give a card party on the after- noon and night of Wednesday, Oct. 1, at St. Edward's Hall, Ninth and Ferry streets. Dr. N. Pinter has returned Ohio, after spending his Little Rock with his sis- L. Sprick and family and brother, Peter Pinter and Morrilton. Dr. Pinter also through the Ozarks He by his nephews, Jo- and Philip Pinter and Sprick of Little Rock. ~qood Counsel P. T. A. will afternoon at 3 o'clock CATHEDRAL NOTES Sunday Masses. Low Masses at 7 and 8 a. m. High Mass at 11 a. m. Evening Devotions, Devotions every Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock, consisting of the reci- tation of the Rosary, a sermon and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sac- rament. Evening devotions ure also held on the first Friday of the month at 7:45 o'clock, consisting of Benediction of the Mos~ Blessed Sacrament, with the Act of Consecration to the Most Sacred Hear of Jesus. Weekday Masses. Masses daily at 7 and 7:30 a. m. Confessions. Confessions are heard on Saturday, the eve of holidays and on the Thurs- day before the first Friday from 4-6 and from 7:15-8:45 p. m. Confes- sions are also heard every morning before Masses and on Sunday before published soon, abstracts of which appear in today's issue of The Com- monweal, Roman Catholic organ, Dr. Delany tells of his experience of 30 years-as an Anglo-Catholic and re- iveals the reasons which impelled him finally to take the step of leaving the 'Protestant Episcopal Church. Reluctant for three decades to imaRe the change because of the dif- ficulty experienced in making an in- tellectual decision, because of his fear that any decisive acAon taken by him freight throw others "into bleak Pro% estantisn:, or sheer unbelief," and be- cause of what he characterized as the illusory feeling that he had as- sumed responsibilities to tbe Catholic movement in the Protestant Episco- pal Church which he could not, with- out great deliberation, cast aside, Dr. Delany declares that he had finally come to realize that Anglo-Catholic- ism had no future. Found Himself in "Blind Alley." "In my own parochial and editorial the firsttwo Masses, for one-half work I have felt increasingly that ] hour. was walking back and forth in a blind Church of Our Lady of the Holy Souls alley, out of touch with the main Schedule of Masses and devotions: flow of life in the Episcopal Church," Mass every Sunday at 8 a. m. Mass on .holidays and on the first Friday of the month at 7:30 a. m. Confessions. Confessions are heard on Sunday mornings for one-half hour before ?.he Mass, on the eve of holidays and on the Thursday before the first Fri- day at 3:15 p m. C. K. of A. says Dr. Delany. "Moreover, I have come to feel differently about it be- ing my vocation to reform the Angli- can Church, or even that small por- tion of it known as the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America. f"For many years I have proceeded on the assumption that God had placed me in the Aa~glican ministry land was counting on me to help de- I velop the Catholic movement, so that Fort Smith, Sept. 4---Saint Boni- face Branch 652: Meetings have been ~ome day the whole membership of Kan.; Michael J. Gallagher, De.felt, Mich.; R O. Gerow, Natchez, Miss; John Swint, Wheeling, W. Va.; Rob- ert Armstrong, Sacramento, Cal.; Charles D. White, Spokane, Wash.; Vincent Wehrle, Bismarck, N. D.; John J. Mitty, Salt Lake City, Utah; C. E. Byrne, Galveston, Tex.; Joseph F. Busch, St. Cloud, Minn.; P. A. Gerken, Amarillo, Tex:; rlenry Tihen, Denver, Coyo.; John V. Peterson, Somerville, Mass, auxiliary bishop of Boston; Joseph H. Albers, auxiliary Bishop of Cincinnati; Joseph P. Pin- ten, Grand Rapids, Mich.; John J. Maiztegui, C. M. F., Colon, Panama, and T J. Toolen, Mobile, Ala. Additional letters from Bishops coming to the Congress are arriving in Omaha daily and scores of abbots from all sections of the United States and hundreds of monsignors will at- tend. FR. RICARD RETURNS TO SANTA CLARA U (By N C. W. C. News Serv'ee) Santa Clara, Cal., Sept. 12.---The Rev. Jerome S. Ricard, S. J., "Padre of the Rains," has returned t~ Santa Clara University after an illness of eight months. Although it will he impossible for Father~'Ricard to-~ sume his meteorological work, he has, nevertheless, been permitted to t~e new observatory which was built lot him and which probably h~ now wil| never use. Scores of students had applied to the university authorities for per- mission to visit Father Ricard and it was at the aged priest's urgent re- quest that he was returned from a hospital in San Jose because oT his desire to see them and to be near the scenes of his form er work. Miss Eileen Jones has returned held in the past but the lastl was th~ the Anglican Church might be Cath- which has recently been consolidated, league will be realized. from a three weeks' vacation in De- most interesting that was held for olic in convictions and practices and This decision was reached at the Su-I The following gentlemen will serve troit and Chicago, where she attend- ! R. J. REGAN NAMED IT he teams in the league have partici- GRAND MASTER OF pared in tournaments that have been FOURTH DEGREE K. OF C. held in the principal cities of the United States. Among them are Prominent Memphis Arch'teet Hen. Chicago, Detroit, Omaha Milwaukee, ored at Supreme Assembly of !and St. Louis. The next tournament Knights of Columbus. ]wilI be held in St. Louis, some time -- m March, 1931. Memphis will send Announcement has just beer made a big delegation for the event. Ai- of the appointment of Mr. Richard J. i ready plans are being made to have Reganto the position of Master of the the coming tournament an epochal Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus one We wish them success and feel for the Tennessee-Arkansas District, sure that the loudest hopes of the Mrs. A. Metrailer, re- ed the National Air Races. Union" of Anna Kot'te, assisted by Mrs. Joe a ~ Ege, Mrs. Annie Mitchell and Mrs. J ~rKansas J. Kennedy, Mrs Roy George and the . I Misses Edith Sillin, Marie Pruniski, ~Onvention of the Catholic I~nd Helen McNmrney. [Arkansas will be held thm lI, Tango-Whango Party, all evening: *t Vincent's, Ark, on Oct 7' ", Chairman, M. Wilkiewicz, assisted by All names of delegates " Roy Cheney, John Pruniski, M Rapil- Unmn should be sent to ~ lard, W. Harrison, Walter Koehler, Mr John Reetei, P O " Elmer Gray, Max Pruniski, Thomas Ark, or to the state sec- Joseph A. Schnitzer, 215 ~t St., For0 Sm:th. Also the the delegates from the SL Society should be the above mentioned secre- President. " LITTLE ROCK St. Patrick's Parish err, Peter Ritchie, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Narey, Robert Dittemore, Gus Pau- let, Mrs. R. Dittemore, Harry Culp, Andrew Lucas, Billie McDermott, Ber- nard Randolph, Josflph Roddy, Rob- ert Celeria. Refreshment Tables, all evening: Chairman, Mrs. John Engster, assist- ed by Mrs. Frederick, Mrs. Roy Che- hey, Mrs. R. C. Clark, Mrs. M. Eu- banks, Miss Helen Makoski, Louise Wilkiewicz, Laura Wojohoski, Dol. phns Thomey, Elmer Ritchie, L. Fred- crick Sr., Ed Fargo and John Engster some time. then reunion with tre rest of Cath- premo Assembly held a short while 'this year as officers: Mr. Joe Nor- Brother J. H. Kramer, who is state, olic Christendom could soon become back. Mr. Regan is well qualified to i yell, president; Mr. John Peppin, vice p-^-:~.,, ~* + lie Union of~a reality Many things have happened handle this position in a creditable president; Mr. Ed Heffernan, seere- ............ he Catho - - A~t~ ....... ..... ~, _~.~nded~ the diamond 3"ubi-, during recent years to make me doubt manner. He is .one of our leading troT, and Mr. Joe Julius, s~atistician. lee of the Central Verein, in Balti- the wisdom of that assumption." [architects and is one of the most loyal Those who will back the league are: ..,~_~, .... ...-.MA Branch 652 is proud to ] Declare, uS that in England the An- iKnights of Columbus in the entire or- McDowell and Monteverde, the Dan state that they are members of this lglo-Catholic movement "has slumped ganization. We extend our sincerest Shea Boiler Company, Hays Supply great organization. Brother Kramer badly" since the failure to put congratulations to him on this honor Co., John C. Dix Co., Hanan Shoe Co., gave a lengthy report on the convert-Ithrough the revision of the Book of/that the Supreme Assembly has be.i tind Klinke Bros. Mr. Charles Cor- Istowed on him and wish hi msuccess tion, which was well worth hearing, t Common Prayer, and that in /in the new field of work. , bert, the outgoing president, predicts We can only add that those members the American Protestant Episco-/ a brilliant and ,successful year for the wh^. were not v"resent missed a real'pali Church the authorities are sus- 'K O ~ HOWLING~LE---AGUE K. of C. League. treat Again at the pleasure of our picious of the Catholic movement and - " I FATHER HAYES IMPROVING The Knights of Columbus BowlingI Lates~ reports from St. Patrick's League opened the season office;ally Rectory in regard to the condition of at a meeting last Tuesday ~ight at Rev. Fr. Hayes are a little more en- the Catholic Club. The new officers couraging. There is a steady ira- were in charge, and from the enthu- 'provement, and if the prayers of his siasm displayed at the meeting, hundreds of friends are answered, he worthy president, Brother Leo T. give it little if any co-operaAon, Dr. Sharum, gave a most inspiring talk lDelany declares that there was noth- which is: an unusual ~thing for him to ing for him to do following his long do, his plea for the full co-operation experience but to make his submis- of the members was made, giving full sion to Rome, having convinced him- expiation of the insurance features, self that there is "increasing evi- as there having been some changes deuce in contemporary history that Masses at 7 and 9 o'clock. Mass at 7 o'clock Jr. Supply Committee: M. Rapillard, t.den" -'~.--: ..a.~olic High S. J. Lynch and John Pruniski. Tic~-' ~ " " " r ro ere wm oe a mee'ing of the gen- a s ~cnoot nas a ve y p -eral corn "'" ' ~ " ,~ .... ~ . , . ml~ee on nex~ ~unaay eve- ,~e registration o~ s~uaen~ .... , . . "e-" ~ ._ .~ ~,__,:_ nlng on ~ne rectory grounas,when v sing oX %he new wa~nm~c . .. ao " " " r tur~ner arrangements will be perfect- el .Eight o~ our xorme i ~a " st ed and t mely reports made of the g n their class work on la ........ th ..... " s progress oI each ~ea~ure oi the carnl- us becoming charter cm s ,, ...... - val. Our logan this year is Over the ~als most prommlng ecuca- . . ~t ........... bmdges on to the chickens--with ~utlon. The a~enaance o~ Whan- Wan-o" bet of students from St. Pat- ,~u- ~ . :es~ the genuine zeal of our qp~ l)arents to be guided in the ~ |~k/.~K [~[~1~1 ofme~r .... ooys along- the cu~', aaaaa~ aa ~ of the, under the of and with the provisions Cardinal O'Connell speaking at the ~ht Rev. B;shop Morris: The [ Supreme Convention of fine Knights s appointed a most efficient ,, ',o~ ..... ] ef Columbus said The great, trouble s~ax~, composes 0t our [ .~sart priests, upon whom he[in life is misunderstanding, because to have the Catholic High'[ unless we know each other, we find it i Little Rock take its place[difficult to co-operate. The great valued Cathohc H~gh " secret of overcoming misunderstand- la0w attaing remarkable [ ins is ~ sit down and know each oth- il~ the larger cities of theI er, and talk matters out." St. Edward's Council No. 2650 K. have registered as the Catholic Hibh: Roy Ohn Pruniski, Jr.i Raymond James and Robert Narey, Frank Jones, Edward of C. since its institution in 1927 has made annual visits be one of the quaintances, to sit down and talk thinks "over. We started the day off in a real Catholic manner by attend:us Mass in a body, and we ended the day with a watermelon festival, truly typical of Hope, the watermelon capital 9f give us this assurance: America, thus appeasing the appetite Manager, S. J. (Jim) of man, as God constituted him, soul and body. made, i. e., cash and loan values the Roman Catholic Church is the everything points to a very successful will soon be restored to health. Ac- Brother Sharum also made the corn- most v~go~'ous and flourishing presen- year. The bowling alleys of the cording to the physicians of dear Ft. parison of the different organization, tdtion of the religion of the gospel." Catholic Club are by far the best in Hayes, an operation is imperative, and deeply impressed the differenceUrges Adaptation to Reality. the city. They are always in demand, t)efore he will be fully restored to beLaveen the C. K. of A and old line "Anglo-Catholics often act like Th e membership of the K. of C. health. Countless petitions have bee~ compan!es, and stated the C. K. of A. childish adults who are making a I League is the same as last year, like- placed in the box at St. Patrlck's had all the old line companies had fuss over their environment," says wise the backers are the same promi- Church during the past week that Fr. and more, the order being Catholic 't Dr. Delany. "They do not like the and fraternal, Spiritual Benefits, aid-]Episcopal Church as it is, so they ing members in case of sickness and i employ all their energies in making it tiding over members in case of need. something that it is not. A normal- He also gave the delegates ins~ruc- ly matured adult tries rather to adapa': tions to favor the move for the home i himself to reality. The Protestant of the aged members, and he hoped iEpiscopal Church is a reality--quite that the state of Arkansas would belwooden, stiff and conservative. The the first to be on record in favor of tRoman Catholic Church is likewise a the home. " I reality--always teaching dogmatical- Delegates were elected for the state'lly the old faith, but adapting her- convention of the Ca.%olic Union of lself slowly through the cenuries to Arkansas, namely: Brother Michaeltthel changing needs of men.. If one Sharum and Leo Hammer, place of iwants.a refined, liturgical and social- convention ~o be named later. ~lx~ i~t y "rreproachable Protestantism one According to by-laws the members can find it in the Protestaaat Episco- of Branch 652 are to approach to'pal Church n ' " i . If o e wants developed Holy Table m a body on Rosary Sun ,and ra " P ctical Catholicism, one can day, the first Sunday in October, in Ifind it anywhere in the world in that Saint Boniface ChurchAll shouldlvast eccelesiastical organization whose attend.---(Reporter), center is at Rome in the See of I Peter."---New York Times. STATUE OF ST. PATRICK l ~ UNVEILED IN SCOTLAND 39 PRELATES PROMISE ATTENDANCE IN OMAHA (By N. C. W. C. News Service) London, Sept. 2.--Sixty thousand persons attended the unveiling of a statue of St. P~brick at Car{in Grot- to, Scotland. Mr. Joseph Devlin, member of Par- Omaha, Neb., Sept. 12.--Practically every diocese in the United States will be represented by delegations of hierarchy, clergy and laity at the Sixth National Eucharistic Congress. Among the hierarchy who have sent in definite assurance of their attendance at the Congress are: Th~ Most Rev. Pierto Fumasoni- Biondi, the Apostolic Delegate to the nent business men of our clty who Hayes may soon be able to resume have encouraged the players to "play his pout of duty, and that the inr to win." It is gratifying to know that evitable operation may lie successful the Knights of Columbus Bowling Rev. Fr. Evans of Little Rock Die- League is tbe ohlest in the city, an'd cese will probably be in charge of St. is really responsible for the reviving Patrick's during the time Fr. Hayes of bowling after a lapse of ten years, will be in the hospital. -,-,, _-- , - m m I m m m m m m m m M m n United States; His Eminence George ~-- Cardinal Mundelein, Ar.chbishop of ___~ Chicago; the Most Rev. Francis J. L. Delaney Sees the Doom of Protestantism New Book, to Be Published Soon, Holds Anglo-Catholic Movement a "Blind Alley." Beckman, Archbishop of Dubuque, Ia.; the Mos~ Rev. Edward J. Hanna. Archbishop of San Francisco; the Most Rev. Arthur Drossaerts, Arch- bishop of San A~tonio, Tex.; Bishops Hugh Boyle, Pittsburg, Pa.; Thomas _= Again Invites You EVENING @ I m m m m m m m R m m I m m m m m m m m I m m I m m m m I i m m m u m m Tuesday, Sept. 30 ~as fine keynote of the large which gathered on grounds last Sunday Right. plans and specifics- all made out, ~he hard under way and in the ~ur good hard workers, and Very assurance that they on" in a measure equal to SUccesses. The following Marteen W. Gisler. We look forward to the day when FOR "SUBMISSION" TO ROME Drumm, Des Moines, In.; James Duf- Abstracts of Volume by Former Epis- fy, Grand Island, Neb.; John J. copal Rector Call for Adapta. Dunn, auxiliary Bishop of New York; "~-- go- _= tion to Reality. Daniel Gercke, Tucson, Ariz. ; Francis i IP - Gilfillan, St. Joseph, Me.; Edmond i Submission to the Roman Cat'holic He, an, Sioux City, Ia.; Francis How- Church is "logically necessary" for lard, Covington, ~:y.; Jules B. Jean- Aaagl-CathliesbecausetheEpisc'lmard'Lafayette'La';Luls'Kucera'i !0 pal Church "is a blind alley," and/Lincoln, Neb.; ,Patrick McGovern Protestanhsm as a whole is deca- [ Cheyenne, Wyo.; Bernar~ Mahoney, dent and in process of dissolution," [ Sioux Falls, S. D.~ Edwin V. O'Hara, according to Dr. Selden P. Delany, IGreat Fals, Mont.; Henry Rohlman, t~----~--- who resigned recently as rector of[Davenport, Ia.; J. H. ShcIarman, Peo- Third Near Mare St tlae Protestant Epi.~copal Church of iris, Ill.; Francis Tier, Concord:a, ~/~ [ [[[ ! ['l [l[[:[[[i' l [ St. Mary the Virgin to embrace Re-[ .an.; C. Van de Ven, Alexandria, La.; man Catholicism.. |Jeseph W. Schrembs, Cleveland, 0.; In a book, "Vv~hy Rome?" to beJFrancis Johannes, Leavenworth,l IIlUIIIIlUllIIIIIUIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIlUl Illll ilIlilllIllllIIIHII!IIIIUIlj i the people of t]aese various mission: arty, Tuesday afternoon; will assemble in Texarkana as guest Mrs. M. Rapillard, assisted of our council, and we hope that these Iter Koehler and Mrs. Roy annual visits will continue, so that ' knowing each other, we can work iCken Fry, from ~ to g p. with unity of purpose and action for atl and chef, Mrs. John I every worthy movement undertaken ~slst ed by Mesdames Anna t for the good of our Church arid State. }n Wojohoki, M. Wilkel-] Our next meeting will be Sept 23, ~ler, W. B. Johnson, FrankI and although our summer meetings l~ar~.o, S. J. Lynch, Leo lwere well attended, we are in hopes 1~. Kaiser, Robert Galling-/ that .the cool weather will bring out target. I some whose pleasant smiles and val- Chairman, Miss ] uable advice have been missed.