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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 30, 1938 PAGE SEVEN Accommodations ilabh for Congress Urges that Reservations as Soon as Possible By Planning to Attend Congress cement was Committee of Eucharistic t there are still ample in private homes These rooms inspected by and will prove sat- the pilgrims. Those will be given ac- in homes which are where the rune- will be held. will be able to prompt service in securing accommo- apl; blank in each issue should be used. If by train note the YOU wish to travel, !Check or money order The prices of etc., are found on be obtained' ranging $1.25 to $2.50. Note you desire. It whether a sin- room is desired. It understood that are per per- This payable in made up of Ar- will leave Little October 16 at 5 p. Will have the latest day coaches with which will en- to travel in corn- cost. The train with dining serv- on receiving the Guardian will ob- ticket, Pullman if de- for housing at once to the ap- for Pilgrims from lodging and other arranged. Who cannot travel by Plan to go to New automobile, reserva- can be arrang- Diocesan Commit- 0f The Guardian of- blank should purpose. All corn- the forth- should be ad- Eucharistic Corn- Guardian, 309 Street, Little Rock, I be filled with thanks- graces given us, and Monstrance For New Orleans to Be Put on Display New Orleans. 00.--The mon- strance that was made for the Eighth National Eucharistic Con- gress, to be held here October 16- 20 will soon go on display under armed guards for three weeks. For one week it will be in the store of the manufacturing jewel- ers and one week each in two of the largest department stores. After the Congress, October 17 to 20, it will become the property of St. Louis Cathedral. Worth $35,000, it is one of the most valuable church vessels ever made in the United States. Three and a half feet high and weighing 24 pounds, it is of solid' gold save for the two angels that hold the luna; the statues of the In- fant and Our Lady of Prompt Succor, patroness of New Orleans and Louisiana, holding on the shaft, and five additional statues. These are St. Louis IX, King of France and patron of the Arch- diocese of New Orleans, St. Fran- cis de Sales, representing the dio- cesan clergy who have served in Louisiana, and the founders of the three Orders that sent pioneer missionaries here--St. Francis of Assisi, St. Ignatius Loyola and St. Vincent de Paul. For the collection undertaken last winter by the Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women came baby pins and rings, medals won by school girls and boys, spect- acle frames, valuable heirlooms, a Bishop's ring. Additional stones and additional platinum for set- ting them, and intricate workman- ship added greatly to the value. Chicago's Pilgrimage To Congress Arranged Chicago. 0D.mPlans have. been announced this week for the Chi- cago pilgrimage to the National Eucharistic Congress at New Or- leans, to be held October 17-20, by the Rev. T. F. Eriel, pastor of St. Bride's church and diocesan director of the pilgrimage. His Eminence George Cardinal Mundelein, Archbishop of Chicago, and his official party with a large delegation of the Chicago clergy ,will leave for New Orleans on r the gift of the Holy Sunday, October 16, in a special is not so much the train. A second section of the the Redemption, as special will provide accommoda- of it. tions for members of the laity. HEAR MASS at S "and 10 0T ., on on 1st, 2nd and 7:80 and 9. a. m.: on 8rd and 5th HOLY SOULS CHAPEL.bMass on a.m.; on Hotydays f Sunday et 8; on Holy Days at 7:80. ST. EDWARD'S.--Mass on Sunday and 8:30 a. m. 1st Sunday at 10:80. on Sunday at on 1st, 8rd and O 2ntiS. and 4th on Sunday at 8 and at 8; on Holy Days of and 9. Sunday at 9:30. on Sunday at weekdays at 7:30. 1st and 8rd Fri- at 8. m Mass on 2nd on 1st Sunday on 1st. 8rd and 10; on 2nd and 4t IILUFF.Mass on 1st at 1O. Sunday at 9. on 1st and ; on 8rd and 4th Sum- on Sunday at lass tu let, 8rd and on 2nd and 4th Sun- in 1st, 8rd and IO 2nd and 4th at 7. CONCEPTION. m at 6, 7:80, 9 and ays at 7 and 3. CHURCH.--Mass on , 7:45, 9:80 and 11; on 6 and 8. ss on 2rid and 5th Sun- on 2nd and 4th as 2nd Sunday at at 11 on 1st and ms on Sunday at 7:80 Days of Obligation a 1st and 4th Sun- 8rd and 5th Sundays CHURCH.--Mass on and 10:50 on Holy at 7:80 and 9; at 7:30. CHURCH.Mass on and 10:80. on 1st Sunday at on Sunday at 8 on Sunday on Sunday at on weekdays at on Sunday 10:80; on weekdays at 5:80, 7, 8:80 and 10:80; on week- days at 6:80 and 8. McGEHEE,Mass on let and 8rd Sunday at 8; on 2rid. 4th and 5th Sun- day at 1O on wkdays at 8. MARIANNA.Mass on 1st, 8rd and 5th Sunday at 8; on 2nd and 4th Sun- day at 10:80. On Holydays at 9. MAGNOLIA.--Mass at 589 W. Jeffer- Street on 2nd Sunday a 8:80; on 4t} Sunday at 19:45. MARCHE.Mas on Sunday at 9:80, MENA.--Mass on Ist and 8rd Sunday at 7:30 and 8:45; on 2nd, 4t and 5tk Sunday at 8:45. MORRILTON.Mass on Sunday "at 7:80 and I0 on weekdays at 7:50. MORRISON BLUFF.Mass on Sunday at 7:80 and 9:80. NEWPORT.Mass on 1st Sunday at 10:80; on other Sundays at 8. NORTH LITTLE ROCK ST. ANNE'S SHRINE.  Mass on Sunday and Holy Days of Obllffa- tlon at 8:60: on First Fridays at 7. ST. MARY'S CHURCH.Mass on Sundays at 8 and 10. ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH.  Mass on Sundays at 8 and 1O; on week- days at 7 and 8 on Holy Days of Obligation at 6 and 8. OSCEOLA,Mass on Ist, 2nd, 8rd and 4th Sunday at 8. PARAGOULD.--Mass on Ist, 8rd and 5th Sunday at 7:80 and 10 ;on 2nd Sun- day at 10 on 4th Sunday at.7:SO. PARIS.--Mass on Sunday at 8 and 1O, PIGGOTT.Mass on 2nd Tuesday at 8. PINE BLUFF.Maas on Sundays at: 7:50 and 10:50. POCAHONTAS.Mass on Sundays at 8; on Holy Days of Obligation t 5:45 and 9, PRAIRIE VIEW.--Sundays at 7:80 or 10: Men., Tues., and Wed., at 6. RECTOR.--Mass on 2nd Sunday at 7:30 on 4th Sunday at 10. ROGERS.Mass on Ist Sunday at 8:80: on 8rd Sunday at 11 om end and 4th Saturday at 8:80. RUSSELLVILLE.Mass on 2nd lind 4th Sunday at I0. SCRANTON.Mass on Sundays at 7:80 or I0; Thurs., Fri., and Sat., at 6. ST. VlNCENT.Mass on Sunday at 7 or 9:30. SLOVACTOWN,Maas on Sunday at 8 and 10. STAMPS.Mus on 1st Sunday at 10:45 on 8rd Sunday at 8:30. STUTTGART.Mass on 1st, 8rd and 4th Sunday at 8 and 10" on 2nd and 5tb Sunday at 8; on Holy Days of Obli- gation at 7 and 9. SUBIACO.Mass on Sunday at 5:80, 6:80. 8. and 1O. TEXARKANA.Mass on Sunday at 8 and 1O. TONTITOWN.Mass on Sunday at 8 and 10. VAN BUREN.Mass on Sunday at 8. WARREN.--Mass on 1st and 8rd Sun- day at 10:80. WEST MEMPHIS.Mass on 1st, 8rd, 4th and 5th Sunday at 7:80 and 9, Application Blank Diocesan Eucharistic Congress "Special" to New Orleans NAME ADDRESS CITY. NAME I ADDRESS CITY Enclosed find railroad round trip fare (Indicate Which) : Full fare (Coach) ............ $13.45 I- Pullman and Berth ............ $27.70 Half Fare for Children Under 12 (Coach) ............ $6.78 l- Half Fare for Children Under 12 (Pullman & Berth) $17 Indicate accommodations desired by applicants: One single room T Two single rooms I' One double room Indicate approximate housing rate desired: $1.25 ._ $2.00 .. $2.50 ]--[ (Amounts quoted are per person per day payable in New Orleans). 30 Bands Will I(zech Catholics Ask Play at Closlng I ni . t t. t n Of Congress ] l00lessecl ylrgln00lor reace I Thousands Flock To Prague New Orleans 00--All types of .... : . Church to Pray Before Ima e nmrgmal mumc are being re- g hearsed for the general services I of the Eighth National Eucharistic I Prague. 00.As the people of Stara Boleslav to the Marian Congress, to be held here October 17 to 19. The greater par t of the 35,000 books of hymns for the Congress fare in the hands of the people, the Rt. Rev. Columban Thuis, O. S. B., Abbot of St. Joseph's Ab- bey, St. Benedict, La., and Chair- man of Vocal Music for the Con- gress, announced. 'The Rev. Jo- seph J. Boudreaux, PastOr of St. Joseph's Church, Gretna, La., is Vice-Chairman. The Rev. Frederick W. Boch, Pastor of St. Francis Assisi church,is in charge Of arrange- ments for the massed playing by more than 30 grammar, high schools, college and university bands at the Benediction which will be the closing ceremony of the Congress. The bands will be interspersed among the various units that will take part in the Eucharistic pr0cession that will precede BenedictiOn and will play accompaniments for hymns sung by the marchers, directed from a central station. A new type pipe organ, design- ed especially for outdoor use, will be used in the "Open-air Cathe- dral," as the City Park stadium will be known in connection with the Congress. One vocal unit will consist of all the men, women and children who will Sing hymns in the pro- cession and, with all the other units, will sing the "O Salutarts," "Tantum Ergo," the special Con- gress hymn and "Holy God" at the closing Benediction. The choir composed of approxi- mately 150 seminarians, Brothers and priests will sing the proper of the Mass on Tuesday, October 10, the official opening of the Congress. A chorus of 300 men will sing the ordinary. For Wednesday, Youth Day, this region have done through the ages in time of calamity, thousands of Catholics of Czechoslovakia vis- ited Prague .during the last week to seek the intercession of the Blessed Virgin, .praying before her miraculous image, the famed "Pal- ladium of Bohemia." The Palladium is a gold relief picture of the Blessed Virgin with the Divine Child, dates from 1400 and has witnessed' many great wars that were waged on Bo- hemia's territory. The Madonna's image has been the object of rev- erence on the part of Czechs, Slo- yak, Polish and other Slavic Cath- olics for many centuries. The fact that practically the whole Christian world has paid! respect to the famed religious treasure of Bohemia is demon- strated by entries in the memorial books kept by the Redemptorist Fathers at Stara Boleslav. These books contain signatures of Amer- :lean citizens, British subjects i Swedes, Norwegians, Frenchmen Hungarians, Italians, etc. Last week Prague celebrated the three hundredth anniversary of the return of Bohemia's Palla- dium. In the churches, press and radio Catholics were urged to seek Our Lady's intercession for a hap- py future of the country. His Eminence Karel Cardinal Kaspar, Archbishop of Prague is the sponsor of the national Marian observances. A train of automobiles with representatives of the Town Coun- cil of Prague and clergy conveyed the Palladium from the shrine at 15,000 school children are rehears- ing a Gregorian Mass, of which the proper will be sung by the liturgical choir. Thursday, Wo- men's Day, 1,000 lay'women and 800 nuns will sing. church in the Tyn in Prague. Thousands of Catholics lined both sides of the road along which the famed relic was transported. A touching scene happened in Prague on the square facing the Tyn Church.: On the selfsame spot where in the 30 Years' War foreign mercenaries hung up the Ma- donna's image, which was stolen and) desecrated, and where, in 1918, shortly after the formation of the Republic, an atheist mob pulled down a high stone column which supported the state of the Virgin; in 1938, thousands of Cath- olics knelt as Chancellor Antonin Borek-Dohalsky, Canon of the Prague Cathedral, raised the gold image so that the throng could see it. It was an imposing service of atonement for the two sacri- legious acts. Viscount Visits Church Viscount W.alter Runciman, staying here as Britain's mediator in the Sudeten difficulties, and .Lady Hilda Runciman, were other distinguished foreigners w h b showed their respect for Our Lady on the occasion. Lord and Lady Runciman were likewise deeply impressed by the scenes they saw in the Tyn Church. .The parish priest of Tyn told them the inter- esting history of the Palladium. HIMSTEDT PLUMBING & HEATmO COMPANY Serving Little Reek For More Th&n 20 YEARS AIR CONDITIONING Installation and Repairs HEATING Reliable Satisfactory 401 W. Capitol Ph. 6153 Cathedral Being Decorated For Congress New Orleans. ().--Portraits of the nine Archbishops of New Or- leans and their coat-of-arms have been added to the decorations of historic St. Louis Cathedral here m preparation for the Eighth Na- tional Eucharistic Congress, Oc- tober 17-20. A bronze tabernacle, replica of the one used in the International Eucharistic Congress at Manila, has been installed. Behind the main altar and rising to a mag- nificent gold crown is a drapery of red and white as a background for the Eucharistic Congress osten- sorium. Other additions include a Mexican mahogany communion rail. Among the paintings that for years have been part of the Ca- thedral is a huge one over the main altar under which are the words "S. Louis, Roi de France, Announce la 7 me Croisade." Clerics and members of the King Louis IX's family are on his right, warriors on his left. The nine Archbishops are: An- toine Blanc, Jean Marie Odin, C. M., Napoleon Joseph Perche, Francis Xavier Seray, Francis Janssens, Placid'e Louis Chapelle, James Hubert Blenk, S. M., John William Shaw, and the present Ordinary, Joseph Francis Rummel. The present cathedral was erect- ed at the time of the Spanish domi- nation, as a gift from Don A1- monastery Roxas, and was dedi- cated in 1794, but since the city was founded in 1713 the site had been used for divine services. The facade was altered in 1814, a tower was added and changes were made in 1824 and remodel- ing along the present lines was undertaken in 1849. In the Cathedral are buried six of the Archbishops---Archbishops Odin and Leray were buried in France--and Bishops de Neckere and John M. Laval. A MEDAL STORY (Continued from Page 6) How pretty the table was with lights and flowers and silver and :glass. The little girls wanted to clap their hands but they did not think that it was polite. "How pretty!" "I'm glad you like it." The servants pulled out the chairs for the little girls to sit down. Violette and Marie and Anne sat down, but Apolline watched the door. "Who is that little girl?" she asked. She walked over to the door. There had been a little girl in the doorway, but now she had run away. Dickens' Relative, Catholic, Makes Movie Debut Los Angeles. .A lineal des- cendent of Charles Dickens, and member of that branch of his fam- ily which has become Catholic, is making her debut in Hollywood this season. She is Miss Jennifer Downing, aged 0, who will ap- pear shortly in "The Young of Heart," in which Janet Gaynor and other stars are to be featured by the Selznick studios. Miss Downing, who appeared in English stage preductions and. in radio programs before coming here this year, is the daughter of Ter- ence and Arleen Downing, both English stage artists, now resident in Santa Monies. Descent comes from the Dickens family through her mother, the former Aileen Hawksley, whose grandmother, Marie Roche, a Catholic, was mar- ried to Sir Henry Fleldlngs Dick- ens, English magistrate and son of the great novelist. Miss Jennifer, the great-great grand daughter of the novelist was baptized at the Brompton Oratory and attended the school conduct- ed by the Madames of the Sacred Heart in Ear1's Court, London. Consider the Facts that there's N O S U C H THING as a Bargain in price UNLESS you receive a Bardn in quality! See us for Quality Linens Quality underwear and hosiery by Van- ity Fair. 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