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Page Eight THE GUARDIAN, SEPT. 24, 1927 aCTNIIP n l]WAT l:o nge their appeals for Missions and cil, in which the work of the N. C. V~.Vl4~ VjLI,I~L]I~]LM, i-~ direct their influence, that de- W. C. is warmly praised. Thereafter, ....... -- ...... ,~ signated gifts be made as nearly as]to avoid repetition and overlapping, TO CH I possible to conform to the 60 40 basis His Grace's report confined itself to IHA IN~TKU~'I'b stlt, ed above - " matters which were "immediately the MISSIONERS IN DUTY be ~" oTihrat an Executive Secretary !care of the Administrative Commit- pp "nted by the American Board tee and of the Executive Depart- ment of Social Action of the National Catholic Welfare Conference, at the general meeting of the Bishops here. One section was devoted to the Wash- ington office of the Department, an- other to the Chicago office, and the third to the Rural Life Bureau The !the Philippine Islands and in South America, besides the 62 in the United States "SOLDIER PRIESTS" , OF FRANCE MEET Parish, Sept. 12.--"Soldier priests" led by General de Abbots Bergey and Ro ilin, a former colonel of artilleI Regent of-Lille, the Abbot of Soissons, Father Dom Mot many other priests who of Catholic Missions to carry out the !merit-" section dealing with the Chicago of- have just held a convention at Saint- edly decorated for (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) fire was the final report of tha I Emilion and former army chaplaius the war, were present at the Maryknoll, N. Y., Sept 13.--Arch- branch. ]from a number of different French and in the processions a m bishop C.lsus Constantml, the Apes- Bishop Lillis also presented to the lprvinces were assembled, those who had been wounded i tolic Delegate te China, has addressed Bishops the annual report of the Bu- I The meetings and processions were were to be seen a second letter to the heads of the reau o~I l ~mlni r ti n of the .... t ...... g a o ~anonml .... Mlssmns in China giving precepts fer or~anized on lines si~U-~ *~ ~ ~^ the national ~arks of the United Catholic Welfare Conference I ~~~~ _~_~t]!~P,~~ the conduct of Cathohe missioners in Piety of the Propagation of the F;iJh States was secured after many months Speaking for the Washington of I I~ times of persecution. - I ~e . . . in the Umted States, and of effort, from the Secretary of the rice, Bishop Lillis told the meeting I~,~ I" W~P'V'~I' ~ ~ ~r"~ A~",al'~ ,, Archbishop Constantlm commends "8 That one month previous to Interrior," he added that the Department "has carried on I~ n .~u~ ~ .~ ~[ ]~ : ~ne courage ann iortltude of the Cath- the annual meetin~ of the American Archbishop Hanna's report then its social and industrial work al .... ]~ ~.~--..~.h~~..~--- ~ ,m. ~.,~ "q~J~. ic Priest" and Sisters" who have re- Board told how the Executive Department " ~-" el of Catholic Missions a written much the same line as in previous!~ J"~ ~"~ ~, ~ ~ ~ mamedm the m~nor of China, when notice be sent to all Bishops request- of the Conference, at the request of years, working independently and co- I~ [ :[ D g .i __ ~-.[ 4 m.~: mos~ oi ~ne non-wa~nonc missionaries ing the remittance of th~ Ham~ M~Bishop MacGinley of Monterey-Fres- o~eratin~ wi~h and ass'stin~ other or I~ -~..~ -~,..~- ~...~ -~--~ ~..~..a__~ uh:V: ltlft !he country entirely. He sion allotment to the TreaSurer"no, brought to the attention of the ganizations." tB~ (IN THE HEART OF THE COMMG*NWEALTH) g s ne iew WhO ~ave been forced Re-orts of De a .... Secretary of Interior the fact that,, .... ,, , ., ,,. .I~ to leave the interi^r *~ ~*" ~ *^ *~:- v p r~men~s ~pprove~ ............. rn~ primary aim, ne sam, ]s ~oI~ v, ,~,~. ~ ~.c~r On the fir ~ ~- ~ ~. .. ~nere are no religious Iaeiiu~ies avail- . .- .. , . . I~ uay oi ~ne meeting, promote aEnollc social sEuay along missions at the earliest possible up- the E iseo 1 ...... able for Catholics remaining over ........... Ig~ Ig~:~l " "t -.. ..... P pa t~nalrmen oI ~ne var- ~ ........ maus~rml lines anu ~o acqualn~ as I~.~ I~,~L|] por~um y ~e speaks oi ~ne martyr- ious ~ ........ - ........ bunaay in ~osemi~e ~adonm ~arK. .... ,- ,~,~. /b~ . .. ... , ~. . ueparvmen~s ox ~ne ~N. w w ~ , many people as posslme wlrn w.~v.- i~-~ 'aom oi ~ne t~ninese priest, ~atner Jo- made th ". . " _" An interdenominationalcommittee ...... ~ .~_: .... ,:__~..__ I~>~ . ~. . . .. ... , elr several re or~s uresent- ouc rlncl les ano bIl~lr ~t ll~D.blOil sepn r~ou, WhO, ~ogemer wire his ca~- in .............. P ~ ~.; . known as the Board of Trustees of p ~ P,, ' PP i]~ .......... ~ ~U ~II~ ~2llUlr~ rou oi DlSflO S OI . in lnuus~ry. . echmt, was scourged and put to death ....... g P . . ? the Yosem,te National Park Church t l~-~ (J(._)UI~]:~S. ~ne counzry ~ne panorama oI wine ca- for the Faith at Wanan, on April 18, ti i ....... was orgamzed to care for the matter 176 PAPE~ ]~ ................. v ~es m which ~ne Conference has " " I 29~ J~j j~j and he defines the line of conduct ..... But the final settlement had eventu-[SERVICE OF N C W C ' [~ 1~1'~ _/~_~.D ~(_Jl -~(.J engagea m ~ne last year In each which Catholic missioners in China . , . " ally to be presented to the Secretary l REPOIt'TS" DISCLOSE I~ PRE MEDICAL PRE ENGINEERIN~ instancesuostantial progresswas are to observe at the present time. . of the Interior. The secretary issued l . 11~ ShOWn, and specml problems were His instructions, in part, follow: -resented ........ an order providing for two auditori-I 'B" N C W~ews Service~ I I~ " PRE-LEGAL, PRE-DENTAL 1 Since in man lac p , ~oge~ner wire me way in .... ~ z ..... , ". " " " y p es the or- d 'el:.vered an eloquent eulogy of the urns for rehglous worship in the Park, [a Wfair.hinand" all roundUP t acceptable15 . The R'ar~]~ dinarymeans of preaching are ira- wmch they had been met. one of which is to be used exclusively ~, am ...g~on, ~ep~....---~. - ~ I~ All of the re orts were rum tl l~ev IJnlllp I~ 2/IcDevHH;, l~lsnop OI peded, le~ that other essential form P P P Y by Catholics, the other being intend-IH .. " ...... i I[~ COLLEGE OF PHARMACY of preaching take its place, namely, accepted Later, a general discussion od vav nl! ot=hor r]onam~,~]n~ , arrlsourg anu ~,plscopm wna rman [~ of the work of of the Department of Press, Pub lclty the example of a blameless life in the the departments of the! ,' ..... Two-Your C,o-r o Londi- ~ ~ho Conferen and Literature of the National ~a~n .......... ~ .... P Y. LEGAL DEPARTMENT . . s lender of chamt ce was held Catholic 2."Let the priests institute no school was brought up for general] OF N. C. W. C. PREDICTS ............ ohc Welfare Conference, dealt with I~ Degree PKG. - .~ ..... discussion .... - ~ne permanen relations oi ~ne ~. w. m~ mwsul~s, w~nout ~ne express consent , m ~s primary seconaary IMMIGRATION CRISIS .............. I~ ~Wr~M~Xr ^r~mm~r~ m,~ m~o ,~,~, and hi h r - " ~ w. ts. ann l~ne tsa~noilc l~ress ~sso- ,~ t ~ ~ ~m***r~ *v xrs,o t~uu~) of their Vicar Apostolic. g e pnases, tne remarks of the . ......... I~ 3 "Let them have n-- ~ Bishops dealin- es ............ I ............. clarion m nls repor~ ~o ~ne general /~ o recourse ~o v ~ peciauy wl~n ~neI (t~y ~. ~. w ~. ~ews ~ervice.) meeting of the Bishops here I~ either the civil or military authorities difficulty of obtaining vocations as l Washington, Sept 15. A wide an~ .... ~ ......... " ......... [~ " --- ,. , v~ o ~ ] a~ainst an one i ' teacher ..... l~isnop lvleDevl~ salu ~na~ lb WOUlU y w thout consulting the s in the Cathohc schools. It Interesting field was covered by the ............ 1~ l$oar lng ann L ay ocnooi Vicar A~ostolie was a r ....... ' ~aKe too long ~o enter m~o an ~ne ~ ,,p . g eeu ~nat a~ church gatherings]Rt. Rev. Edmund F. Gibbons, Bishop questions that must be considered in /~ ' " 4. Let them advance no cause of all sorts particularly at novenas] of Albany and Episcopal Chairman of /~ of compensation for loss, but refer it and in sermons, the subject of vo-I the Legal Department of the Nation- rangements, b;t that "the Adminis- I~,t Terms reasonable entirely to the Vicar Apostolic cations be stressed and the idea of{al Catholic Welfare Conference, in .... " .~^[.~.: ..... ~ ....... ~ .... [ {~ ~. ,( ~ . . . t~a~lve t~ummt~ee ~uuugnb ~,,~t~ any o. M.ssloners are forbidden to the rehgmus life dealt with and]his ~,eport to the general meetign of .......... ~ .......... , .... ~.~ h, n ]'~ " write on political affairs in the news- brought adequately home to Catho-]Bishps here ~,[['"~':'ff['.~[~"~'~'~'~.'-~ [[~ ]~ ~'~ ], .n ~r,, , o . , * p p ( . , 86). lic families ] Bishop Gibbons told the meeting]diq s " /~ ~O ege t i open on nursaay, Deut. t . ~ " ~ on '" taL, 1::' ~h:re bh~lrdea~:d a;YttaP,S-~he subject f a Cathlie Ycurbok that the wrk f the Legal Depart- The report showed that there are /~ For Further 'nformation Apply to the Rev. Rector. . " ~ne was again brought up, and thelment is informative; that it keeps in{ ............ /~ rea*e:~ eh " ;0 suoserloers to ~;ne INews ~ervlce; . g : .... ' arlty, timt they may be Bishoos voted to continue the com-]~ouch with the legal side of all ques-[ ..... ;_ o....a ...... ,%. ~...a ~ .... t~ Reg~strahon on September 12th, 13th, 14th. brought back to the fold of the Good mittee which has the matter in char~- [tions that concern Catholic interets, I.~o~ "', "~" .... " ...... .~",~"~:'~' ~--" [~ ~l~ l, ,1 [ t~[ . " "~ In 'orEo ltlCO, ~wo in Aus~rana, one [W(~ .... ep.eru and w~th legal and Constltutmnal " with power to act The members of " " " " i ' 7 "I ............... " I ....... leach m Italy, Brltmh West Ind es, m ~_~~~~~ ~l~ uuy~mng wormy oI note thisc pnases el many questionsrna~are . . . ommittee are Bishop Walsh of[ " I ~-----------~--- -- ~aKes pmce in any mission, let the misrepresented in the publicpress, Trenton, BBhop Kelley of Oklahoma o . o A"ostolic Dele-ation be n ...... " . ,, ~ .... "' ~ .!- ~*~'~,~,,~~,~~-~~~,~~ ~,~'~~ ~,~ ~-~ v , g o~ineu, m and Bisho Nell of Fort Wa- ne t very ~requen~ly correcting ~nem e~-t ~, P Y . . order that the matter may be brought Ask Mart .... I fectively Under this latter heading I ,, i yrs feast ~ay ~- before the Holy ~ee. Followin,, the readin~- of letters he referred to the correction made of l_~ . I ~ ~ , - -- , ............ Judge Crabltespubhc statement of l irom ~a~ner oonn o. wynne, ~. o., . MISSION POLICY FOR U.S. ............ ]the meaning ofConstituhonal rehg-]~ oy tSlsnop (~IODOnS OI 2~loany~ a me- " O ADOPTED BY THE HIERARCHY] ........ [ious liberty in the United States. ~ I~]] ~ ]] ] _ __ (Continued---~rom page l) q:enstb:~:::a:2:dP::S:heCHa~;S:e parJ:::t,i, sb72hog, bGlit::n:n:hdD, e; t uamoac FreEs Asscaat:on tion foI the . . - " ,, for tl~e authorization to celebrate the] . , ' . P , . . ' ] ~- suppor~ Ol home as well ~ - . I aeposi~ory oi curren~ information on ~ ~w~ ~wwr~ ~v~w~ ~, ~,~ ~ ~,,~ ~ ~v ~ ,~ a . least of the Blessed martyrs isaac matters of actual ublic interest. TheI that~ire~n l:~STel; 4:di:::s2:2 ,logues, De Brebeuf and their com-gleaning of this iPormation from the i t Itl . URIII 0 31A11 3 AR0 t;hRAVA tributed to this cause h panions in every diocese in which .......a ..... ~,....~..~.~:~.:~..~ :_ I ~, , w ereas a year . ^ ...... ~ w~ a.u cmrel,.~ p~.,w.m.~u,,~ m-] the urulnary WiSheS to nave the xeast ,, I ago the number was 20 In addition, volves a vast amount of work 4" ~ o,,^-~,^-, several other dioceses have organized celebrated [ I$ Otl~II IIIJU.~ ~ U A'~I-~I.#IA-~IN AlchblshOPea~s o fDwhngservice reef St PaUlthe ~ IS SOLIC~TING LIFE HEHBERS ON THE BAalS OF but have not yet remitted , " " HELP TO EDUCATION Missions Policy Formulated ~[f0r? ~ender(d GIVEN BY N. C.,~W" C. Following this report, there was Y y " " l BUREAU S LABORS I*~ en ral .... : , Catholic University of Americaby l t? __ g e alscusslon oi mission conm- . , , "~" ~ -~. ~ tions throughout the country parti-] the Rt ReV. Bmhop Thomas 5. I (By N C W C News Service.) ]~ ~ | | || | Shahan, for eighteen years Rector of Washin t n " " ~ , ' cular those among the Mexicans] ............. I go, Sept 15. Wide ac-[.I. ~ ,~ ~,~.~ newly come to the United States, the I ~ne umvers~w. me ~mnops ~nere- tivities, touching many phases of thel ~ -- , Indians and the Negroes Thereupon lupn directed that Hm Grace prepare t education field, engrossed the atten-~ rp]~ ~r,,~,~ ~,,~.~.~.,-,,-1 4~.,-..~,~ 4-1... T;- .... 1-. .... l.~.-..e^.. the following resolution was pro~os-I resolutions expressing their great [ti0n of the N. C. W. C. Department~, $ l~w l~t/~uu~ J-~IV~_Lt l.~ ~lii ~ll~ 4-~li~ lil~iiik~x~liil3 i~ ed, setting uu a definite nlan of r~i I gratitude to Bishop Shahan for his of Education in the last year, it is! ~ to be invested and the raceme to be used to form a ...... - 1 i " sion contrihWla- ~-a .......... ~ n sp end d work Enthusiasm marked Ishown in the report submitted by the t mously adopted the unammous approval of this ac-lMost Rev. Austin Dowhng, Arch- Cathohc L terary Award Foundatmn ,,,.~.~ ,~:" ..... I tion. I bishop of St. Paul, and Episcopal :~ whereas, The l-lOly ~ee has given , ] . Conveyed Pope s Thanks Chairman of the Department, to the The 'ds to be made ra~P;:;~i:;e:2:ns~r.rganlzmg As the meeting opened His Grace]general meeting of the Bishops this $ awa]~ each year for p u l~S Ior ~ne pur- . pose of ~romotin- intelest in an" fo I Archbishop Francesco Marchettl-[week. , aidin the Ho~e Mmsmn's :1 r]selvaggiani President of the Inter-I The 1926 issue of the i'Directory of "~ The best poem of the year g " , p ans " . ,, ,~, ......... [national Supreme Council of the!Cathohe Colleges and Schools, eom- The be-t ,-,- ~-~-, WhiCh nave nan ~ne unammous sun-I ~ , .. ~ ........ , ~. . " .~ -,,. ~ .-~.~ v,, -~,-,-,~v ....... ".lPontificial Society Ior the~ropaga-Ipneu ana ~ssuea Dy ~ne~epartment ~ .'r.t ~ . t . . " por~ o~ ~nree separate meeungs oI 4" .......... ' . I tion of the Faith, in an address be- fm much enlarged form, won very fa- "~ lne ~est snort story ~ne ~tmer]can ~plscopa~e, iOilOWe(1I , ~ . fore the Hierarchy brought a special/vorable comment from both secular ~ The best novel by the up!minting of a Board to car-lmessage of gratitude from Pope i and Catholic educators; a survey of ~ The b~* : ....... :~ ~'~ ry sucn p~ans into action throughoutl... " .': ........... ',~ ~ ....~ ~ r~ .... ... ," , .~ ~ juv~=auat: uuum,., ~t~. e en~lle coun~iy, , a slons was m d , mvolwng the floahng of ..... : .... Ihas displayed in Catholic mis~' ,. ! a . " ' " ~ ..... u o lna~e ciea~ ~ne nnport of these 1 000 ~ ~ t J 'l']~]O ur The Society for the Pronag'ation of' 0, que,tiommire~ s udies of for- ~ ,~ p pose oemg to encourage act ons, both on the pair of the Holy, the Faith was highly commended in '~ elgn school systems to determine the .I. See and of the American Episcopate, I~ha remarks made on behalf of the exac~ legal status of Catholic schools ~ Y"A'T"~-.Tt"~TTd"" '~]~FDT"ii"I~'I~- as well as to support stillmore ,~'~ were made in six countries- and - ~--r~a~zxjL~., vv ~.~ ' I Fope. , ~ ~ , a ,~, ,,~ strongly thin much-needed move-I It;~' Enfinence Cardin-10'Connell, nation-wide survey of health condi- ~. ..................... ment in favor of our Home Missions ",. ~ . ,." ,. ~ ~- - t%ns in Catholic schools was conduct 4p noulu you aes]re ~o oecome a l~lIe memoer oi tne uatnouc vress ~sso- ..~ ~ , ..... '. ~preslfllUg a~ ~ne nleeung, reque::~ea : " - .~. , . . ._ " l~.esotvefI. ~na~ eacn ~isho- should'. ............. ed -'- ciadon ana mare 3OSSlOle--" .......... n P I~:~ v;-eeHoncv ~ne ~rcnmsno~ to 1 t e es aollsnment and maintenance of this Ty;dia ly proceed to organize m , el ver 'the-first address. The me>l. Opposition to Iegislation that would _$ permanent and perpetual FUND, just fill out and return the attached . m eae a society for the Home sage was most cordially received. It eder@zo er! catlon was eontlnu.ed; i blank to THE GUARDIAN, 3071/2 West Second St., Little Rock, Ark. ann ~oreigon viissions, with a mini- . ..... . . more ~nan to,uou pampme~s oein~ .. - __._= ......... t was a ,eau~]IUl expresmon ox genuine ~ ........ ,e mum mon~my oi.rering oi ~en cen~sl. , .. ....... . ~ sen~ to pumie nig~ scl~ools in 10 q. P~r~;:thn~:::~ d:l~iP:rcY~: ::: ieavg~'!id:ili i}hfi:~s!d?:e~Y ~(ci ~ eNr:dly ~:u~ :nth::peP:'~(, , w r " APPLICATION BLANK month or rift- cents ,)er ,,ear f'-rI " ,, lively interest in these publications by ~ ~ z u speech of Archbishop Marchetti wiu " ~ " ~unior members besides takin"~ u-- ~ ! non-Catholic and pubhc school off'- "r ~..._..t._. o'-" ........ "1- .................. ; o ~, ~ v "~ibe incorporated in the formal report ........ ~_ .. x uereDy ~,lve you ~zle pracucal prooi oi my gooo Wlll ann ln[eres~ Dy collection on Missiori Sunda , ~ ctms oemg no~eu, l~arncular~y, ~ne ~ . . ,, " _ Y" '. I of the Bishops meeting book "Private Schoolsand Stat~ . asking 5 ou to enroll -my name as a Life member of the Cathohc Press 2 Wherever a MissiOn Society al ...... "" rchetti will be en t,4, -- .......... ' ' t Arcnmsnop ma " Laws" '~roved ,,o~ular ,~, ~ssocla~lon oI 1;he u b and Canada ready exists in a diocese, that itS l..a~ed in the next few weeks with v v v ;_ = monthl dues be r ' ^ ~- ..... i~ ~ " New school legislation was studied ~ ~. , . ' .. . y " ameu ............I mission affairs, visiting offices of the thorou~hb~ ester;ally regulations 4, ~lgne(1. rmn~3mTiat Mission Sunda- be anISciety for the Propagation o the deal;ng~dir'ectly or indirectly with d.s. , Street Address : " ~ Faith en route to Chicago for the criminat~ ..... inst Catholic teaC'~- ~ " --------- opportumty lven to those who have t 1 Peters , conference of 82 Diocesan D'r in the ~..~v~ ~choofs The Health ~ ~* .... failed to make their full contribution ~ of the Societ ^ctober 11 12 and ' l, ......' - f- "h ...... y. u , , ucation section provided, for c!rmfla- ~ or ~ e year, ~o make up Ior 1~ a~ one 13 " -" ........ " ~- .... , , , raon }n ~ne ua~nonc papers mrougn? o ~lme, or for ~nose WhO nave given the N C .... News Service a ~" ' ~ I . , VV. Li. ~ s"- nothing, to pay up thmr membershipCARD. SBARRETTI'S r:es of 25 articles on child health and ~ ?ups m one o~Iermg, at-the rate of] PRAISE FOR N: C. W.C. I supplied lectures for several gather- .~ ~en, cents a mon~n. ~ READ TO BISHOPS ings of Catholic teachers. :~ 4. 3:he Diocesan Director of So-[ ~ ..... cieties thus organized or rearganize~d --------" " ~--- MaKe check or money order payable to the Catholic Press Associatior (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) N. C W C. DE ARTMENT and sen" " THE ...... ;--1/~ --- ' ...... be instructed to send 60 per cen~ of [ Washington, Sept 15 --The Most " OF SOCIAL ACTION 4. ~ ~o UAX IAIN, SO'/ /2 Wes~ Second St., Litle Rock, Ark. the total membership receipts to'the Rev. Edward & IIan-~" Archbishon A~r~ 11k~/~lhl~.11~Al~a ~-" ..-.. ~_ I National. Director' of the Society of of San"~ Fxanciscor and ..... chairman 6f' ...................... __ ,~? (Ihe payment may be made in one payment of $100, or 10 payments of the Propagation of theFaith, and 40 the Administrative ~ommittee of fie (By N C W C N~ws S*rvice ) ~ $10 each or may be paid in 2 or more installments.) per cent to the Treasurer of the National Catholic Welfare Confer- Washington, Sept. 15. There were :~ American Episcopateof Catholic ence, began his report to the general throe major parts to the report suh- ,~'- Missions. meeting of Bishops here with a letter m;t.~ed l?y the Rt, Rev. Thomas F. ': '\ ( "5. That the Bishops further di- from CardinM Sbarretti, Prefect of Lill;s, Bishop of Kansas City and ,~. l~ect the Diocesan Directors to so ar- the Sacred Congregation of the Court- Episcopal Chairman of the Depart-