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PAGE FOUR THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 20, 1930 ,llll 100,000 WILL PAY also was oneby Bishop Schrembs, whol'to be in charge of pilgrimages to the i On Thursday Bishop McAuliffe or-]~ EUCHARISTIC KING spoke on behalf of a large pilgrimage ~shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, I dained to the diaconate James Mc-l[i If it's Electrical TRIBTE AT OMAHA of Hungarian Catholics of the United near here, and it is expected t.hat! Caffrey of Pittsburgh, Pc., and W!l-/]l (Continued From Page 1) States whom he has led to the cele- hundreds of thousands of pilgrnns ham Holt and Michael Dwyer of Phll-]lI Frank W. Gibb We Have It! at least one Congress session broad bration. ]will visit that shrine in the course of ladelphia. /[I & Complete electrical sel~ cast over a national chain of the Na- A pleasant surprise was a journal-ithe centennial year. ~1 The Holy Ghost Fathers bevel]I ompany including wiring, •light tio~ml Broadcastin Company Seven- ~+~, r,,- etin~ from Amemca. Our This subcommittee, known as "The~ charge oI Iour paz~snes m zne Die-l[I fixtures, radios, electrical g _ _. . ..... _e ~ . ' • • • ' " o ' o Little Rock, Arkansas ty-five thousand persons are expected Sunday Visitor, of Huntington, Ind., Subcommittee on Pllgr~mages and cese of L~ttle Rock---St. J hn s, F rt I[ cessories, etc. to attend the session in the Creigh- had devoted to the festival in honor Tours," has for its presiden~ Dr. Fe- Smith; Sacred Heart, Morrilton; St. IU ARCHITECTS ARKANSAS ton stadium, while 25,000 are expect- of the Hungarian Saint a special hum- liciano Cortes, Abbot of the Basilica. I Joseph's, Conway, and St. Cyprian's [ [I ed for the civic reception ber with the picture of the Prince The Rev. Joaquln Cardoso, S. J., is Helena. ]0 ELECTRIC CC • • • ' ' t 225-7 Gazette Building Ma or Metcalfe has issued a nroc- Primate of Hungary and many vmws secretary of the committee. The re- St. John s, Fort Smith, and S "[11 lama~on welcoming the Congress of the Hungarian capital, ception committee has the following Cyprian's, Helena, are for the colored~l~ 316 LOUISIANA ST, visitors and declaring Thursday, Sep- Th~ throng assembled in the crier-members: people. 1~ _ tember 25~ a half holiday, so that mous hall hailed with enthusiasm the The Rev. Sebastian Gomez Perez, | ...... e who Canon of the Basilica t~e Rev Luls 6 COLORED STUDENTS | cult tongue in three months, and this Tours" has the following member- pleased the Hungarians all the more. ship: expected for t'his procession. Thousands of dollars are being spent in decorating-the streets and buildings of Omaha for the Congress• The City Council has appropriated a large sum of money for this pur- pose. All of the sercices at S. Cecilia's Cathedral will be sent out over a pup- lic address system so that throngs unable to gain admittance to the Ca- thedral will hear the music of the Eucharistic Congress choir of 100 male voices, directed by John Jamie- son and undel: the sponsorship of the Rev. Edward Gleason, a former mem- ber of the Sistine Chapel Choir in Rome. Plenty of Rooms Available. Although plenty of hotel rooms are still available, the housing committee .has on file hundreds of rooms in private homes available for use of Congress visitors in case they are needed. The Solemn Mass on '~he closing day of the Congress has been dedicated to women Congressists. Officers of this Mass have not yet beer an- nounced.. Special sessions for wo- men visitors will be held at the The following day was devoted to Enrique Cardona, Pascual Alcone- th~ veneration of the Holy Eucharist. do, Jose Alvarez and Luis F. Murguia. More than 100,000 worshipers assem-I Committee's Plans bled for exercises on "General Mead-I The committee has issued a state. ows." A Eucharist festa meeting was ment in which they thank the central followed in the evening by a Eucha- committee for their appointment andI ristic procession of boats on the Dan- announced that they would: " I ube. i "1. Promote, organize and con-' The mighty river was covered with duct as many pilgrimages and tour- darkness, but with the night sinking, ist part, lea as possible both from the a sea of lights flamed up on its banks, various dioceses of the Republic and The fortress, the towers and the cas- from foreign countries, and that these tles on the hills radiated like silver, f would begin visiting the basilica be- The hills were covered with chains of fore the end of 1931 and throughout glittering diamonds and, carrying can- 1932. (2) Labor actively to have dies in their hands, masses of people each of these pilgrimages a~ract as sat on the stone steps on both banks great a number of visitors as pos- sible. (3) Look after the comforts of the pilgrims. (4) Do what is pos- sible to secure reduced rates .of trans- ipor?ation. (5) Do everything pos- sible to make the celebration success- ful." Knights of Columbus auditorium. The Priests' Eucharistic League will meet at St. John's Church, the chapel of Creighton University. The Nocturnal Adoration Society will meet at St. Peter's Church, of which Rt. Rev. James Stenson, V. G., general chairman of the Congress, is pastor. The chief laymen's fu~nctions of the Congress are the Holy Name rally~ in Creighton stadium on Wednesday night and the civic reception. The closing procession will see hundreds of parish units, church choirs, bands, trumpeters, men, wo- m~n and childre~n, all marching as a guard of honor to ~he Blessed Sacra- ment, ~urrounded bv re'embers of the hierarchy and thousands of clergy. 700,000 HONOR ST. EMMERY AT BRILLIANT FETE heroic Christian spirit and ardent re- ligious enthusiasm, manifested anew on thi~ occasion. One of the first high dignitaries of the Church to arrive was the Papal Legate, Cardinal Sincere, who was solemnly received by the Prince Pri- mate of Hungary, Cardinal Seredi. Also attending were Cardinal Bourne of Westminster, Cardinal Hlond, Pri, mate of Poland; Cardinal Faulhaber of Munich, Cardinal Lavitrano of Pa- lermo, Cardinal Piffl of Vienna, Arch- bishop Baudrillart, rector of the Cath- olic University in Paris; Bishop Hey- Ien of Namur, the mission Bishops Buddenbrock and Henninghaus of China, nearly all the bishops of Aus- tria; princes of th~ Church and prel- ates from Holland, Germany, France, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Poland and Bulgaria• of the river• The Hungarian House of Parliament was decorated with a cross formed of glaring lights, which could be seen from far and wide. Now eleven guns are fired by the military watch boats. Glittering with thousands of lights and bearing on the bow the contours of an enormous monstrance, the boat carrying the H.oly Sacrament begins to steer into the river. On deck kneel the cardi. nals and bishops. EIGHT MISsIONERs OF HOLY Saint Augustine's Seminary, conduct- ed by the Society of the Divine "/Word i for the colored, held an impressive i ceremony yesterday, when six color- ed seminarians made their first vows of purity, chastity and obedience. A ten-day retreat previous to taking the vows was conducted by the Rev. Gerard Esser, S. V. D.. master of novices at Techny, Ill. The seminarians will receive the tonsure next fall. They are the first colored clerical fruits of the Society of the Divine Word, which conducts missionary work in almost every country of the world• NEPHEW OF CARDINAL GIBBONS NEW K. OF C. DEPUTY IN PHILIPPINES (By N. C. ~W. C. News Service.) San Francisco, Sept. 15.--Alla.n J. GHOST ARE ORDAINED Ward, noted Catholic layman, lec- turer and edeucator, has been up- (By N. C. W. C. News Service) pointed Knights of Columbus district Norwalk, Corm•, Sept. 12.--Eight deputy for Manila and the Philip- Boats Are Illuminated young Holy Ghos3 Missionaries were pine Islands, according to announce- In solemn quietness, the boat car- ordained tothe Holy Priesthood at the ment received at the local K. of C. rying the Sacrament glides along the ]'Holy Ghost Fathers' Senior Seminary, headquarters. river through the city, followed by iFerndale, here on Saturday, by the In addition to supeervising the ac- twenty illuminated vessels. The bells Rt. Rev. John Joeph Nilan, Bishop of tivities of ±he order in the Philippines, of the churches are ringing, loud- i Hartford. I Mr. Ward is also empowered to pre- speakers carry the melody played by J The young ordained were: Fathers' side at the exemplification of the the organ of .the Crowning Church James Francis McCaffrey, Pittsburgh..l into the night, and, these sounds, dy- Pc.; Ivan Vincent Huber, New Ken-lthird degree throughout the Califor- nia jurisdiction, and elsewhere in the ing out, are mixed with the song of the sington, Pc.; William Joseph Holt, United States and Canada. He is a hundreds and thousands on the banks Michael Christopher Dwyer, Charlesl nephew of the late Cardinal Gibbons. Tantum ergo. Vincent Diehl, all of Philadelphia, Pc.; Fireworks, covering the sky with Bartholomew Buckley, Moultrieville, l "the sparks of colored rockets, con- S. C.; Francis Xavier Welsh, New II cluded the day. Britain, Conn., and Joseph John Lyn- [I E.W. JENKINS In the procession marched not only ders, Bridgeport, Conn. Fathers Holt,l Building Contractor the Protestant head of the govern- Dwyer, Lynders and Welsh sang their Box 848 ment, Admiral Horthy, but also more first Solemn High Masses on Sunday than twenty Protestant Parliamenta-fat their respective parish churches,~ LITTLE ROCK, ARK. rians and the members of a Protes-iwhilo the other four will sing theirI - rant association. I first Masses this Sunday. I These culminating points of the i The chapelof the Immaculate Heart ceremonies in honor of St. Emmery,was filled with visiting clergy, rel- THE, PLAH were accompanied by a series of bril, atives of Cue young priests and many' O,FIH~i~E~tlI~.~D B0~0I~O liant special meetings; meetings of local Catholics• PR OTK' T I O I~ Catholic Esperantists, Sociologists, Students, Physicians, Manufacturers, Members of the Third Order, Marian meetings, splendid manifestations by Catholic women• MEXICO CATHOLICS PLAN OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE FETES Absence of Some Foreign Bishops From 1932 Centennial Observances Foreseen, Because of Laws on Clerical Garb--Primate Names Committees (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Mexico City, Sept.~16. The pres- ent laws of Mexico prohibiting visit- ing foreign clergy from wearing clericalattire anywher~ in ~he court- A specially hearty welcome was giv- ~try may be responsible for the absence en to the high guests from overseas, of many South and Central American including Archbishop Filippi of Men- bishops from the for:~coming cele- ~real, Bishop Schrembs of Cleveland, brations commemorating the fourth ,centennial of Our Lady of Guada- and Bishop John Nol! of Fort Wayne. A considerable number of Ameri- lupe in 1932, it is understood. can priests, most of them laboring in According to hte present Constitu-] Hungarian parishes there, also at- tion and ~he laws applicable to for-I tended. Among them was the Rev. l e~gn clergy desiring to visit Mexico S. F. Chernitzky of Bridgeport, Conn., priests must wear civilian costumes,' widely known in his native country and even Roman collars are prohib- for th~ care he takes of emigrants, i ited. Bishops are not permitted to The prologue to the ceremonies wear the ring publicly. _Visiting was the unx~eiling of St. Emmery's priests are not permitted to celebrate monument, which was presented by Mass publicly or exercise their min- Archduchess Isabella of the House of listry in any other mann er. Hapsburg. The head of the Hunga-' Foreign Bishops' Stand rian government, Admiral Horthy,/ It is understood tha~ officially bish- was present at this ceremony, with ~ops of Central and South America the Cabinet. have made know ntheir desire to visi~ Catholic Solidarity Evidenced ,Mexico at the hen4 of pilgrimages to The spirit Of international Catholic "the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe solidarity ~ransformed the meeting of in connection with the centennial cel- welcome into an imposing internation- ebrations, but that they will not do al review, so unless the prohibitory legislation After introductory remarks b.V is amended. Count John Zichy, president of the There seems to be no intention on Union of Hungarian Catholics, :%e part of ~he government at the speeches were made by Cardinal Se- present time to relax or modify these hail, Cardinal Sincere, Burgomaster laws prior to the celebration of the Dr. Ripka of Budapest, Prince Bishop centennial. Dr. Pawlikowski of S~yria, Austria;! The Most Rev. Pascual Diaz, Arch- Archbishop Baudrillart, Prince Alois bishop of Mexico City and primate of Loewenstein, Bishop Schrembs. Bishop Mexico; has approved the formation Diepen of Herrogenbush, Count della of a commiS~cee to be in charge of Ton'e, Father Valvekeens of Belgium,, the festivities during the centennial Msgr• Enrico Pucci of Rome, and oth. tot Our Lady of Guadalupe. This com. era. Among the important addresses mittee has organized a subcommittee On the previous Wednesday the Rt. Rev. Maurice F. McAuliffe, Auiliary Bishop of Hartford, ordained to the subdiaconate; James F. McCaffrey, Pittsburgh, Pc., and William Holt and Michael Dwyer of Philadelphia, Pc. Minor Orders were conferred on eight young men and the clerical tonsure conferred on 12 others. Call on Us for Any Form of INSURANCE Campbell, Mallory & Throgmorton GENERAL AGENTS Aetna Floor Bankers Trust Bldg. Little Rock, Ark. Phone 4-0430 You cannot build a good house with poor lumber. It is just as unreasonable as try- ing to build a good suit of clothes or a fine dress with cheap, shoddy material. Results Not Excuses 12th and Woodrow Streets Phone 3-4112 Over the Top-- QUALITY SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY ESTIMATES FREE Phone 4-1880 SECURING FOR THE DIOCESEs. OF LITTLE R( THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN JOl SEMINARY FOR THE ARKANSAS Any Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse MaY, nated. Donations, Large and Small, Will Be Received and Recorded. A Burse Is a Su roof Money Invested and Interest Always to Provide Board, Lodging and for One Seminarian. Requests for further information and the benefits contributors, and likewise all donations, should the Rector, The Very Reverend Monsignor S. J. Ph. D., St. John's Seminary, Little Rock. ST. JOHIN'S SEMINARY BURSES. COMPLETE ST. MARY'S BURSE, Hot Springs MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock. ........... ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff .................... MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE, Pine Bluff ....... ALUMNI BURSE, in Honor of St. John the Baptist___ ~--- BISHOP BYRNE BURSE INCOMPLETE BISHOP FITZGERALD BURSE The Burse is a memorial to the Right Reverend Edward second Bishop of Little Rock. From a Benefactor ........................... :~ ----- ----'~' Pupils St. Anne's Academy, Fort Smith ......... ------~-- Anonymous, Hot Springs .............................. ------ Anonymous, North Little Rock .................... -~ Very Rev. Monsignor A. P. 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