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to that nothing is than tha t Catholic and Catholic literature a large circulation, as reading which instructs one may have every and strengthens and the Christian virtues. e--BENEDICTUS, PP. XV. TI.IIE OFFlClAL ORGAN OF THE DIOCIE.91E OF LITTLE ROCK LITTLE ROCK, ARK., SEPTEMBER 27, 1930 No. 52 Cites Press' Value In Churchless Area (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) London, Sept 15.---Tribute to the value of the Catholic Press in church- less districts is paid by Father Syd- Catholics in St. Louis Form Theater Guild (By N. C. W. C. News Service) St. Louis, Me., Sept. 19.--Catho- lics of this city have inaugurated a RADIO BRINGS PRIEST TO DYING SAII,OR'S SHIP dramatic organization of the lit.le hey James Toman, wh~ has just been Holy Father Expresses Confidence of Success of" theater variety for the purpose of transferred from Wick. Caithness, FIRST PORT CHAPLAIN .ev. Fr. Stegman, Morrilton, ration, here, who died on Thursday [and sexual psychical diseases. The FOR CATHOLIC SEAMEN An impressive and inspir- at the age of 82, was buried today in II .~ CATHfllIe I AlWnm unp T ITP ifinal result of the deliberations was AT LONDON APPOINTED a Was preached by aFther thesisterCOnventHildaCemeterY.had been a member cf v. ~s v~-aaav~atIj I aut~llJlbJl|It$1 tJlJilJ[ ~lllsummed up in a communique issued to the Order for 52 ve~trs. She was a PAPERS AT GREAT t WARHLY GREETED BY!the public, in which the congress re. London, Sept. 15.--His Eminence ,ass, the officers and dele- native of Washington. _ calls the fact that the moral exigen- Francis Cardinal Bourne, Archbishop ~bled in the hall" and the ~ cies of the Catholic Church art at of Westminster, appointed the Rev, the same time the exigencies of med- Frederick Bentley to be the first chap, cle.aS openedThe welcomeWith prayeraddressbY SEVEN NUNS NATURALIZED PRESS EXHIBIT]0N SANDUSKY CATHOLICS hygiene. There is then an ear-lain to the CaLholic seamen of the by Father Feldkamp, and -- I I nest warning, port of London. Before his ordination~ to by G. M. Elsken, State (By N. C. W. C. News Service) By Rev. J. Van der Heyden I (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) I The result of the conferences was Father Bentley served in the Royal Sandusk O ex A message extending fra- San Francisco, Sept. 15.---Seven (Louvain Correspondent N. C. W. C. I " y, ., Sept. 19. An ira- pressed in these words: :lags and good wishes for]Ca~hat4c Nuns today are full-fledged News Service) i S::::lthj'ong greeted the Most Rev. I+ Every man is entitled to bread. Navy. ! ~s and fruitful session was citizens, among the 238 persons who ~russem, .................. ~epz. lm--xne xirs~ into,- _ .._ , A. Stritch, newly-appointed t't health, to culture and ---with" the Up to now no priest had been de tailect to minister to the spiritual am Supreme President, have just been naturalized by Federal I e, rcnbisnop of Milwaukee, when he f~llowing restrictions---to propagation national exhibition of the Catholic arrived " - New Orleans, Louisiana. Judge Harold Louderback. Press opened in Brussels concurrem- Mar's " I ~ needs of the many thousands of sea. , here Sunday to consecrate St of his race and hkewise he is entitled men of all nationalities who pass ne President was repre- From a San Jose convent came four 1 ........... I Y Church. For a distance of to hurrah happiness Ignorance, mis- y w~m the ~n~erna~ionm tress uon- about t ~ " through London's docks eve~cy year, Field Manager Harry J. sisters, Margaret Power, Nora Teresa . I we miles, both sides 0f the,cry, alcohol, xmmorality and infection gress has drawn much attentmn I tre St. Louis, Missouri. Murray, Mary McNiff and Maud Law .... s eta were hned w~th people as the i may destroy not only hopes, but man though laymen, members of the Apes- Call the committee on ere ]ler, all of Ireland, to claim citizen- Forty countries are represented and ~ Archbisho ..... - ......... tleship of the Sea, and the St. Vi p, accompamed ~y a long nlmseli, 121S associates arm aescen ncent ts appointed" and reported[- ship. Johanna. Henderson, also a for- more than five hundred journals have procession roc eded fro .... :dan*- ,~ .............. ",de Paul Society, have for ears been all the Bra he mer British subpect, is a teacher in nc s repre- , cations, dia~ams charLs -n~ -ic'ures ~raa ,station to the rectory of St. on the other hand, are unpretentious- jmreezmg ann encouraging tJamolic ISt Joseph s parochml school in this sent exhibits; samples of their publi-~ - - . ' p e m the rau-~ ~s.~ne ~nsmans oz sexuaa n~e,i ...... Y .... ~" ' ~ ~P ~ ar " " " ..... M y s. ~ess, sense of duty, ~,~l~-ai~pHne, o [ seamen to go to their rehgmus duties )rein ...... l,city. Johanna Meuer and Magda. :o~peea:~rs vie wlth bound volumes ofi Along the line of march the Arch-clean life and fidelity to the familyl Fa~her Bentley is taking up resi- COn=a ~e::dS~n.Zp:'?:'r-~" ] ena Eberl, membersof the Dominican I bishop recognized salutes with smiles as exacted by the Church.Idenee in the riverside parish of "St. le R Y' " de- lOrder at Mission San Jose, were like. De Maasbode, foremost Catholic I and blessings indicated by a slight i What we Catholic physicians [Patrick at Wapping, the district which ,Ceed:n~sS:;th~ed:erP:= ]wise invested with civil r~ghts,daily of Holland, shows a richly bound ]movement of the right hand. As hetherefore require of society is that it I Prvided the scene of the famous st