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............ ',vt. ; TO ON BOARD THE .... l- Year the great iinm':' of been equipped with md all conveniences for the Holy Ma,,;s, tlle a(ivan- are obvious o all and, Catholics. a 'qignificant sin of the conlp:ufie that bear such testimony of Catimlic cere- they are seen to p]'ce their ship% so that may offer up the on board. steps in this mau:er were of Catholic socie- Mass., in 1913. One of the matter of chap- up before the a Committee was ap- the head of the Steam- Mr. Thompson. h eemed startled by the Ut after considering the said ff there w:s anYwgo:ld it the eo00pon,o at: :e'sider it. q-ihis :  . was the attention of Cardinal THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 20, 1, 23. ! out the expense-of sal'n'y,-for ucl{ .............................................. 1V -'iir (b .e x ,0pv chaplains can be appoint:d on ?oth NLL00AND DENOUI00CI00S C:,','t,Ol.,,: [sides of the il'tntic., and ith th un-I ".I1 v , -,,.,,:,,, derstandng tlmt the position lasts I [ ]| T'V [only across and return, thus obviating I ] .(]]y :N. C. W. C,. New:; Servi;:e) ]the necessity of salary.  ': - ' ' ' / Paris, Oct. 6.---A':: h:l.,fr;l.':timl';I ro- t On tlm maiden round trip voyage of .. " C. . C. ,petrol Oahle) i nvmce of iwea'ct i C'ttho ic c;r(ics 'th  r . ,, . ,, ,. Ja:,,, Oct ]). ]: m ,:dthess ,t e Cu :,t d hne], I :anconhl,, ]Iaos " \\; ...... e '  w. m ee ,, . .... ts ]e\\;c,tlud hal.. \\;,,q .._ ........ o._n_..- ..... r , " , , .  , Lvereux, 1 rest(lent lhllerand, after was e,td txentd-txo tmw,, a ec(](t lment of lhe ena',',t,'umo,,,:; ,f ?Ib.,:; ]!el- for Catholi services on a passenger emplmsizing the neee:sity for diplo- en Gould, the daughter of Fra-.k J. ship at sea. matte rellre,entation for France at the Co:0d, formerly of New York, :(l Before the steamer .;afled from I,iv- Vatican, declared that the Republic Baron Jean l)anielle de Montenaci of crpool to Cobh (Queenstown) on her mus observe an attitude of neutrali@lFribourg" way to New York a :fully equipped ,)ward religion. He voiced an era- Madame la Baronne (le Moncnach, altar, together with four nets of vest- pmtic denunciation of anti-religious the mother of Ms Gou,d s Jmncee,  ments were t)laced on board to be at Ibigetry" internatimml president of the Catholic the disposal of any Catholic priests who happened to be raveling on the ship. At Queenstown two priests, Father McCarthy, of Bangor, Me., and Father Mulvihill, of Limerick, embarked and were delighted when informed of the facilities provided for the celebration of Holy Mass. It was decided that the first public Mass on hoard would be said on the feast of Saints Peter and Paul, and on i that (lay Father McCarthy celebrated Mass in the lounge in the presence of a large number of people. On Sunday, with the sunshine streaming in, Mass was said on the spacmus veranda, aft, Father Mulvi- at once saw the value He told the com- on him, he wouki and wished enterprise and orkig it out. then took at their convention resolutions in favor .liars on all liners, and Pacific. Thus World-wide allen- Was that in the One of the companies, to the chaplain in Boston, inquir- er erecting ship. Company were altars when the out, and the matter abeyance till about fact, yet the net considerable op- quarters, they believed the and good. be accomplish- ficially-appointed can be done with- '.Phe President's address for the 1)IOS; 11111'1, x, vas concerned with issues that are to play an important l)tr it: the genera elections in May, 1924. MARSEILI,ES " CLERGY ESTABIASH SYNDICATE (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Paris, Oc.t., 5.--Msgr. Champavier, Bishop of Marseilles lms formed in hi, diocese a syndicate for ecclesiastics on the order of those founded in wrious[ other dioceses, notably in that of] Lyons. ] Msgr. Champavier has declared that t if the Pope approves the formation of diocesan associations, clergy and faithful will hasten to obey with filial submission. FATIIER FINN G1VEN $5,000 CIIECK AND PRAISED BY MAYOR Cincinnati, Oct., 13.--A check for $5,000 was presented to Father Fran- cis J. Finn, S. R., at a public mass meeting on October 4th, to commem- orate his 25th anniversary in St. Xavier parish, which is in charge of the Jesuits. A reception in which rep- resentative men and women of the city took part, preceded the presenta- tion of the check. Among the callers was Mayor George Carrel of Cincinnati who said he voiced the sentiment of the entire city when he said that the community had no more admirable citizen than Father Finn. POLISH SISTERS BUY g SITE FOR CIIO()L IN CLEVELAND OUTSKIRTS hill officating. The scene was inspir- ing, impressive. In addition to the first and second class passengers nu- merous young Catholic men and )vom- ed 26 acres in the extreme south- en from the third class 'attended, fill-  western section of Cleveland. , It iS ing the entire space on the aft deck. I announced, that a building to cos The passenger list on the return l$250,000 will be built on the site to voyage included Archbishop Curley of iI be used for a grammar and high Baltimore, Monsignor Strickland and Ischool grades and eventually college several other priests. The gentlemen courses. The Sisters also contem- on their arrival aboard the ship were plate using the new location as the immediately made acquainted by the headquarters of their community in ship's officers with the provision the middle-west and eastern sections made for Catholic services, and were of the United States. There are 164 informed tbat any public room on of these sisters now engaged in teach- board, whether first, second or third ing in Cleveland diocesan parochial class, would be entirely at their dis- schools. posal. Mass was celebrated on Sunday at 6:30, 7:00 and 8:00 a. m., and was well To gain even an approximately ad- attended on each occasion. On each aquate idea of the original, it is neces- succeeding day Mass was said from sary to have a number of illostra- 6:30 and 7:00 a.m. Approaching tions.--Introduction to Lady Lovat's Queenstown the following Sunday Life of St. Teresa. four Masses were said from 6:30 to 8:00 a.m. His Grace, Archbishop Curley, celebrating the last Mass. Hours 9-12-2-5 It was interesting to note that dur- Phones Others by Appointment ing the round trip voyage Mass was Offce9890 celebrated on the "Franconia" twenty- Res. 4.2681 two times. (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Cleveland, Oct., 13.--Polish sisters of St. Joseph, whose motherhouse is in Stevens Point, Wis., have purchas- ULSTER HIERARCHY AT PXIlA. MEETING SCORES BELFAST BIGOTRY W, C. News Service) Oct. 13.An address] :' Cardinal Dougher- exercises by Italian ' raising at St. Ed- the Knights ell 00:12: l ainal Dougherty Edmond' Home ] Work of the Sis- in devoting their and weffare of in that institu- Societies and 1800 Parochial schools Parade through the endifig at the Co- The parade was [Oore, the Italian as it passed Was raised at the togeth- steel flag- by the Knit'his appeals merely to can be no more antiquarian socie- of a Converu (N. C. W. C. Special Cable) Dublin, Oct. 15.--The Catholic hier- archy of Ulster, under the leadership of Cardinal Logue, has made an em- phatic public joint protest against the attitude of the Belfast Government taward the Catholic minority in the Northeast Territory. In the six coun- ties, ruled by the Northern Govern- ment, the protest of the hierarchy says, the Catholic citizens have been deprived of parliamentary and local representation. Catholic training for Catholic school teachers has been pro- hibited, .and a threaening attitude has been adopted toward the Catholic counties of Tyrone and Fermanagh, which have voted in favor of entering the Free State. The hierarchy's protests concluded as follows: "This ever-advanicng aggression against Catholics is a grave menace to the peace of the whole community; and, after waiting long in the hope of some approach to equal dealing, we consider the time has come for our people to organize openly on constitu- tional lines and resolve to lie down no longer under this degrading thral- dom." An appearance of carelessness is vital in true eaution.--An Average Man. ANNIE M. 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