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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 27, 1930 PAGEFIVE Wuennenberg explained the types of insurance certifi- now being offered by the C. K. KORDSMEIER ment of St. Ignatius' College here. HEADS C. K. OF A. AT This island is ~ituated 75 miles ATKINS CONVENTION west of Unlalaska, and crowned by (Continued from page 1.) mists formed wheR its hot volcanic rocks come into contact with the cold the morning session, Field lapping waves. The scientist de- scribes it as "creation in action." Professor Haley, who makes an an- nual trip north for the study of Arc- tic and sub-Arctic fauna, was invited and especially the Juvenile de- which has shown splendid Bede and Feldkamp ging and inspiring ad- to the delegates- were adopted thanking contributed toward mak- convention a success. election of officers resulted Representatives--S. J. ) Branch No. 993, Morrilton; G. Branch No. 995, Paris. -- G. P. Kordsmeier, No. 79, Little Rock. Vice President--George H. Branch No- 1107, Engelberg. President---John Ehe- after the fur-bearing seals. They kill- ed 45,000 of them, yielding $2,000,- 000 worth of fur. In the meantime Professor Haley offers, super in,endear of Pribilof Islands, who offered to take the na- turalist out to the mysterious island which he himself was visiting for the first time. On the island Professor Haley found a hot-water lagoon, a still places in the sanctuary, each attend- ed by two priests of this ar~h~tioceso in the capacity of chaplains. More than a score of Monsignori assisted at the services, being seated to the rear of the Bishops in the sanctuary. Heads of religious Orders, presidents of universities and seminaries and many other dignitaries were present. Among the prelates in attendance of Marquette; the Rt. Rev. Augustus John Schwertner, Bishop of Wichita; the Rt. Rev. John A- Floersh, Bishop of Louisville; the Rt. Rev. Andrew James Brennan, Bishop of Richmond, Vs.; the Rt. Ray. Francis W. How- ard, Bishop of Covington, Ky.; the Rt. Rev. Francis M. Kelly, Bishop of Winona; the Rt. Rev. Joseph H. Schlarman, Bishop of Peoria, and the Rt. Rev. Joseph H. Albers, Auxiliary square. At the Consecration, from the cathedral tower came the strains of Adore Te played on the carillon. Burgomaster Reads Prayer. The Mass ended, the cortege of prelates returned to the little garden that borders the central portion of the cathedral. Cardinal Van Roey there blessed a statue of Christ the King. Cavalier Dessaint, Burgomas- ter of Malines, then read the Act of Consecration of the City of Malines to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. "Sacred Heart of Jesus," he read, "the Christian people of this city bow before Thy Infinite Majestya before Thy Divinity, to implore Thy bene- tiction on the grandiose manifesta- tion of this day and to proclaim the fervent desires of this city which places itself under Thy protection by this act of solemn consecration. "In union with the Christian popu- lation of all Belgium, we humbl~ ask for our dear country the ,ontinu- ance of the protection which Thou has surrounded us in the course of 1030, Atkins. smoking cone, hot rocks of lava, Se- Bishop of Cincinnati. the century just passed. Bless ourI Vice President--John Vors- nice, the Arctic sunflower, and a The Very Rev. Msgr. Frank A. king and royal family. Bless ourI mh No. 995, Paris. ra h variety of northern birds, such as Thill, Archdiocesan Director of Char- people. Keep them strong in their try---Clem Wald, B nc Mure, sea-parrot, sea,quail, asks, and ities, preached the sermon, .paying faith, in their devotion to Thy Di-I anklets, tribute to Bishop Espelage and the vine Heart." - Pari.~ Lrer-~Leo Hammer, Branch Professor Haley disproves the re- Franciscan Order. A triumphal procession passed Fort Smith. were port current among sailors tha~ Be- At a dinner following the care- through all the principal streets of newly elected officers m guslav Island had a way of disappear many, Archbishop McNicholas laud- Malines that afternoon, terminating ttely installed by Supre e ing. He thinks that the island often ed the Franciscan Order for its work at the Place Wilson where a colossal , E. H. Krebs. cannot be found due to, the fact that in China. repository had been placed. Societies OUncil then adjourned to meet it is surrounded by banks of heavy from every section of the country ,19 3 in Altus. mist. Catholics Gather passed under a chato~ant forest of ' Benediction in the Church --- at Fete to Mark 2,o00 splendidly historical silken ban- hers. There were toga-clad profes- Assumption, the members and Bishop Espelage Belgian Centenary sore, peasants, religious, soldiers--all were taken on a sight-see- Consecrated for in their respectively picturesque cos- over thd mountain. Feldkamp Nominated State China Vicariate Euch'aristic Congress, Held in Mal- tumes--and a group of miners in Chaplain. - - ines, Attended by Thouaands~ working garb who presented to the council voted to instruct the Mission Flavor Lent Ceremony At Primate Preaches - Premier Cardinal, in memory of the day, a to ask the Bishop to appoint Cinclnnati--Franciscan Prelates Present. colher's lamp. (2. Feldkamp Spiritual Direc- Officiate---Order Praised--- For this procesdion there had been Many Members of Hiero By M. Massiani, brought the most precious reli~s of archy Present. (Paris Correspondent, N. C. W. C all Belgmm escorted by bourgeoisie DELEGATE READS -- News Service ) " wearing the arcnaic costume of their ". . Confraternity of the Holy Blood of 'E PLUS' BLESSING AS (By Special Telegraph to N. C. W.C. Paris, Sept. 8.---Cathohc Belgmm ......... RISTIC CONGRESS OPENS News Service.) celebrating with splendor this year ~ruges~ ~ne *enquary was ~rougn~ ',ontinued from page 1.) Cincinnati, 0., Se~)t. 20.---A new the centenary of her independence, to Mann?son a specm[ tram m a car , thatnan oeen ~ransIolmea ,nto a distinction came to the Catholic wished that the most beautiful of I .' _ , " .... ould be demons r i chapel. Every honor was accorded this in view, it has been Church m Cmcm:~aU Wednesday these fetes w t at onst ...... . .... the relm lne ~ulgomas~er oI lvia rranged to emphasize, through when, for the first ~ime in its his- of Christian faith. The Eucharistic " . .. : .. , " and discussions, the doctrine tory of more than 100 years, St. Congress held in her religious me-l!rues was at tne sm~mn ~o receive ' r el M h a it and was thele for its depalture lg to which the Eucharist was Peter s Cathedral here was the scene t op is, a "nee, w s the most ef- t _ ...... " ~1 by Jesus Christ to be the of the consecration of a Bishop for fective, the grandest and the most .... Aruuery .~alvos. , ~. when me processmn reacnea riace and center of Christian li~e. a foreign ,,ost-~the Rt Roy Svlvester triumphant of all her national mani- . , .... ~, , ~ ~ ~, ~ : " " . . I fes~atio_s Wilson oens were ringing an~ artfl- he faithful draw from this ~spemge, u. ~. lw., wno was crea~enI ~ n. Angels the life of the spirit, Titular Bishop of area and Vicar The spectacle of the High MassI ~ ........................... meet that they partake of it Apostolic of Wuchang. Icelebrated on Sunday defies descrip- I " "; ....................... , loving fervor and so, even This honor and distinction is shar- I tion. All the bells of Belgium invit- I r daily cares and concerns, ed by the Franciscan Province of led the faithful everywhere to unite1 r minds and hearts fixed St. John the Baptist, which has had i in the prayers of the congressists. I u~on the longed-for goal of its mother institutions and headquar-iThe Grand Place was filled with anI pilgrimage? tars in Cincinnati for neary 90 years. ! immense crowd hours before the serv- then, Venerable Brother, as Bishop Espelage is a member of the ice. At least 150,000 pilgrims came aware, you, in virtue of your Franciscan Order and a pioneer of on 89 special trains, 43 regular are ~o favor with your the Province's missionary activity in'trains, by bus and ,by private autos ~.FotJa~ ttnJ MAIN STs, and inspire the Congress, it China. to Malines, the population of which YOU tO bring out fully and Mission Color to Ceremonies. is not more than 70,000 people. Serving the Public for meaning of the points These features of the consecration All the homes were decorated with 25 Years We have but briefly touched on .gave it a d:stinctly mission color, flowers and banners. In almost all letter. In consequence, those which was emphasized by the-presence ' the shop windows were statues of ~-~-." :: -'-.--'--~:~::$-~-'-~::-':~ -'@~e*~.l~e$@~t 'nd the Congress wil, ardent" of prelates and representatives of Christ, the K'h,g, surrounded withS:CHA R O--N--VLE-L e ~o make daily progress dur- religious Orders that are engaged in flowers and candles. The city had E R Dresent life in returning love spreading the Gospel in foreign become an immense sanctuary. r" " to the Divine Lover of souls count ~es or m the sparsely-settled Carilloneur Pi . hymns. TIRE CO. Under the Eucharistic veils, dioceses of this country. I On the colossal tower of the Ca- ald Him face to face in eter- The new Bishop's invalid mother thedral of St. Rombaut, casting its 24-Hour Service witnessed the consecration from a shadow across the Place, the bass BROADWAY AT FOURTH STREE1 :itat~on of Organizers wheel chair, i bell swang joyously. On the superior Phone 8118 Little Rock, Ark, is nothing to add save that, The Most Ray. Albert A. Daeger, stage, the master carilloneur, Jef ~estly ~mploring for you the O. F. M., Archbishop of Santa Fe Deneyn, with 44 chimes at the cam-- - - - stanc., we heartily congrat- and the bead of a vast mission area mand of his keyboard, played hymnsD.J. Bubtsson. Pres. Phones. Office, 4-~4~ and all ~hose who in any in the Southwest, presided at theto the Blessed Sacrament. ~s. 4-~sD done or shall do their part, services as consecrating prelate. I Against the facade of the city hall AMBULANCE SERVICE of the Congress. 'Archbishop Daeger is the only Fran- an immense platform had been erect- these we are pleased to men- son, George Cardinal Archbishop of Chicago, will enhance the ~f this occasion with the ciscan prelate of the American Hier- ed. decorated w:th luxurious tapes- archy, and a product of Cincinnati tries and surmounted with an elab- institutions. His Grace was reared orate altar, near which a throne and in St. George's Parish here, where baldaquin of red velvet had been he lived with the priests while receiv- erected for the Cardinal Van R0ey, the Roman purple. Like-ling his early education. , ~Archbishop of Malines, Primate of venerable brother, Josephi The Rt. Rev. Noel Gubbels, O. F. Belgium. Bishop of Cleveland, whelM., Vicar Apostolic of Ichang, China, i Before this altar on the wide as- )f the League in #she Unitedi and the Rt. Rev- Giovanni Mondaini, planade the crowd was amassed, re- America has had so large a~O. F. M., Vicar Apostolic of Chang- collected but so numerous that fre- the Congress and isha, China, were co-consecrators, quently nurses had to give first aid a success. Nor can we passl Both of these Franciscan prelates'to people who had been overcome. Silence the energetic Bishop lhave seen long service in the mis-i In the first ranks, in a reserved who, with his clergy and tsions of the Orient, and Mons:gnor spot, Prime Minister Jaspar was sur- select group of advisers, Mondaini has spent 40 years in build- rounded by four members of the wholeheartedly to the ing up congregations and institutions government, five ministers of state, in every detail of the ar- in his jurisdiction, only to see many Baron Tibbaut, who is president of which insure for the Con- I of them dispersed and destroyed dur, the Chamber, two vice pYesidents of desired result, ~ing the last two years, the Senate, a hundred senators and Al~stolic Blessing I Two Franciscan Fathers of the lo- deputies, and 200 journalists from Venerable Brother, as cal Province acted as Deacons of various countries, including Mr. Jus- of heavenly favors and a~ Honor or chaplains to the officiating tin McGrath, director of the N. C. Our paternal good will, we lprelates, being selected because they W. C. News Se*Tice. The latter had in the Lord bestow upon were classmates of Archbishop Daeg- come from Brussels where they were all who shall attend the er or Bishop Espelage. The Ray. in attendance at the Catholic Press Congress our Apostolic Bernard Espelage, O. F. M., Secre- Congress. taYy to Archbishop Daeger and Chart-! Theban trumpets from behind the cellar of the Archdiocese of Santa gables of the ancient Cloth Hall sa- Fe, was assistant priest at the Mass nounced the arrival of the cortege. which was celebrated jo:ntly by iHundreds and hundreds of priests Archbishop Daeger and Monsignor and seminarians preceded 30 bishops Espelage. and mitred abbots; the Father Gen- The Ray. Claude Mindorff, O. F. eral o fthe Trappisst; the Abbot Gen- ISLAND M., secretary to the Very Rev. Urban eral of the Trappists; the Abbot Gen- BY PROFESSOR Freund, O. F. C., Provincial, read Micara, Papal Nuncio zo Belgium, the Papal Bulls authorizing the elc- Monsignor Van Hoeck, Bishop of onsl nor Es ela e to the ~ Calcutta, Indm, but a native of Bel C. W. C. News Service) vation of M "g .P g " " - ~c: ~co, Sept. 19.---The rays- order of Apostolic succession. They glum, and finally Cardinal Van Racy. iss )pear:ng" island of Be- were dated at the Vatican on JuneI Alternating with the choir of St. Rombaut's ran ~ieh was spawned up from 30, 1930. , g ped on the steps, the 35 yeas go, and is n~w Nine Dioceses Represented I crowd sang the~ Missa de Angelis, ac- hy huge sea lions, was vie- A South American d~ocese and ~companicd by the great organ of the SUmmer by Prof. George eight dioceses of this country were cathedral the strains of which came of the medical depart- i~epresented by the Bishops who had through amplifiers placed about the at St. Peter's, Rome, this ~tas~ of July, in the year Thirty, the ninth care. "PIUS XI. 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His words were met with acclaim. Most of the pilgrims did not leave Malines that evening without enter- ing the cathedral to pray at the tomb of Cardinal Mercier. On the Thursday and Friday pre- ceding, 50,000 children and 40,000 women had assembled on the Grand Place for religious manifestations. CATHOLICS OF ENGLAND THRONG AT RALLY FOR $15,000,000 CATHEDRAL (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) gathering which was probably the greatest assembly of Catholics ever seen inthis country. The Emancipa- tion celebrations at the same place last year were stated at the time to have drawn 400,000 people. But the cathedral rally is believed to have overshadowed this despite the more conservative estimate of the attend- ance. Hymns were sung by the great crowd, which afterwards recited the Rosary in unison. A maroon was fired toward-,the end of the ceremony as a signal that Ben- ediction was about to be given. It produced an immediate hush. His Grace declared that the site already secured for the cathedral at Brownlowhill, Liverpool, was prob- ably unrivalled throughout the world. To the people who stood aghast at the scheme to build a $15,000,000 cathedral which would be second in London, Sept. 15.---A quarter of a size only to St. Peter's, Rome, he million Catholics of the North of pointed out that a single bridge across England assembled before a huge Sydney Harbor would cost twice as altar built at Thingwall Park, out- much and that a battleship would side Liverpool, and pledged them- cost $40,000,000 and would-soon be selves,,~ to get behind Archbishop lost of date. Downey in his ambition to erect theI The Archbishop said the cathedral projected $15,000,000.00 cathedral, t fund collections had never fallen be- They also thanked God for the ac-/low $5,000 a month, even before the quisition of a suitable site. site was bought. "Let us rise up and build," was A telegram was sent to the Pope "" Archbmhop Downey s watchword seeking his Apostolic blessing for all when he addressed the vast throng, cathedral co-operators Three hundred p~'iests from 150 parishes were ranged around the altar, and 150 tall candles stood be- "" ...... All Nature speaks the voice of d~s fore the sanctuary to represent the " "' "- parishes solution. The highway of history and Tw ....... ~-- of life is strewn with the wrecks that o nun~reu coffee,ors wen~ among ..... ' .... ....... Time ~he grea~er aespouer nas mace. me crown, mrgely composeo o~ poor '~,~]~ ~,~ ~,~ ,~, ,h~,,+ ~.~ ~na We listen sorrowfully to the autumn "--~'~'s .....: ................ winds as they mgh through disman Bes'de this exeryone present had " " - bought an admission ticl~et, tled forests, but we know their breath E~ h rc , will be soft and vernal m the spring "g t A hb'shops and bishops of " " * ~ " the North were present and took part And if a man die, shall he, too, not in a colorful procession to the altar, live again? Is earth the end of all, Archbishop Downey had an amazing and death an eternal Sleep? Not so, ovation as he came among the crowd, but beyond the grave in the distant Sir Edwin Lutyens, architect of Alden, hope provides an endless the new cathedral, was present at the splendor. ST. VINCENT'S INFIRMARY .Little Rock, Ark. 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