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PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN, SATUR1)AY, OCTOBER 30, 19o0. OF CORK DEATH I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL " '11 ,'VEX T WEEK. MORRIIII'ON. Sunday, October 31 .............................. XXIII after Pentecost/ Day" ill tile Church oT the Tuesday, November 2 .................... ALL SOULS--Day of Devotion /I Sacred Heart. Wednesday, November 3 ................... St. Hubert, Bishop Confessor Thursday, November 4 ............... St. Charles Borromeo, B. Confessor I Friday, November 5 .................................... The Holy Relics 1 Saturday, November 6 ........................... St. Leonard, Confessor Mrs. John M. G}acie is spending a few days at Pilot Point, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Leas have returned from their wedding trip and are at home at 410 Cross street. Mrs. A. A. Deguire has returned from Lincoln, Ill., where she was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. H. Butler. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Glen L. Bartch, of Davenport, Iowa, received cards this week announcing the birth of Glen, Jr., on SatUrday, October 16. Mrs. Bartch was formerly Miss Mil- dred Adair, of Little Rock. BAZAAR DATES EXTENDED Owing to the inclemency of the .early week weather, the Grand Bazaar ,of the Good Counsel Parish being held .in Parish Hall, West Ninth and Bish- op streets, will continue the entertain- ments to Friday and Saturday. FOOD SALE ANNOUNCED The ladies of the Cathedral Aid will hold a Food Sale at Lonergan's Furniture Store on Saturday, Novem- ber 6. This will give an opportunity to furnish the home larders for winter consummation of low priced food com- modities. OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL CHURCH On Sunday evening, October 31, there will be a solenm closing of the month of the Holy Rosary at 7:30 with Benediction of the Blessed Sac- rament. Confessions will be heard after devotions All Saints DayA Holy Day of Obligation. Masses: 6:30 and 8:30. Devotions: 7:30 p. m., with Bene- dictions. Confessions after devotions. All Souls Day. Masses: 6:30, 7 and 7:30. The evening devotions during the first week in November will be for the Faithful Departed at 7:30 and will consist in the Way of the Cross followed by Benediction. ALL SOULS DAY AT CALVARY CEMETERY On Tuesday, November 2, All Souls Day, a public open air Mass will be celebrated at Calvary Cemetery at 9:30 a. m. by Rcv. Maurus Rohner, O. S. B. The Right Rev. Bishop will recite the Rosary during Mass as has been his custom for several years. Following the celebration of the Mass, the Bishop will give the Solemn Ab- solution of the dead and bless the DIOCESAN NOTES "Guardian Last Sunday at both Masses, Rev. Father McDermott of The Guardian made an appeal for the promotion of Catholic literature among the people and especially the weekly visitation m every home of The Guardian, the diocesan paper. If the subscription list depends upon the pastor's efforts and the strong practical faith of a parish, then at Morrilton The Guardian is assured of I its proper place in every Catholic] home in the parish, which means Con- I way county. [ Morrilton on the Map. "l Going west from Little Rock on the] Ft. Smith division of the Mo. Pacffic, ] one of the principal stations is that of Morrilton, Conway county. Tim visitor has but to stand at the station, which by the way is a well built and ornamental Structure, glance about and observe the blocks of mer- cantile and industrial buildings, the banks and public centers, to know that here is a community activity war- ranting, its name of city. Morrilton is a center, the political seat of the county, and the civic cen- ter of an increasing population. Land values and the thrifty enterprise of its people place this city in the fore- rank of our Arkansas nmnicipalities as a place for the successful issues of home and work-a-day life of about 6,C00 people. Catholic Activity, Ever since the railroad first sought its terminals at Little Rock and Fort Smith, of the ninny stations it ]inked together along the valley of the Ark- ansas river, none has been nore nlark- edly Catholic than that at Morrilton. With the building of the road came the pioneer church workers, yea the church founders, here, as theft kind are found in most of our American )ioneer Catholic parishes. The old-time railroad "magnates," the promoters and builders of our railroads were of q[tick and broad vision; they could size up, as we say now, men and futures and placed their money and confidence with an assur- ance of valuable returns. They were not misled in their policies when it was a question of developing a sec- tion such as Conway county. They fostered a Catholic parish at Morrilon, provided a site for a :church and helped tinancially the first resident priests who were assigned to care for the spiritual welfare of the mnall Catholic congregation. They sought and obtained the co-operation graves. ',of thee prie'ats in the work of colo- Every Catholic of Little Rock and nization, and the result, after two North Little Rock should be present, generations of strenuous elrort on the The pastors are urged to say their lpar t of priests and people, gives to Masses at a convenient hour to enable the diocese now, one of its best parish their parishioners to attend the pub- lic celebration. Those who wih to decorate the graves shoull do so before the cele- bration of Mass and after, and not during the Mass. Take South Highland car, which goes direct to the cemetery. t PASSPORTS OBTAINIgD. Passports from the British Govern- ment have arrived enabling five Jesuit Fathers of the Missouri Prov- ince to make good their desire to labor for souls in far-off India. As soon as passage can be arranged, Fathers An- derson and Milet of the St. Louis University staff, with Fathers Tbomas Kelly and Troy of St. Mary's College, Kansas, and Father Eline of Kansas City will leave the United States for their new field of ork. They will be the worthy successors of other Jesuits of their province, who, following tlm lead of Father Maurice Sullivan, S. J., probably the first American Jesuit to give his life for the conversion of India, are now laboring in that vast country. RETREAT FOR FARMERS. organizations. Sacred Heart Parish The pioneer work of the parochial i foun(lation and its colonial increase must be accredited to the zeal and the labors of the priests of the con- gregation of the Itoly Ghost, that Re- ligious Order which was so alert to the early call of the Arkansas bishops for missionary helpers. They came and with them began the influx of the hard-toiling and thrifty Gernmn Catholic fmnilies, who now have their i strong impress upon the religious and civic life of Morrilton. Anyone trav- eling" through this section seeking in- I formation and duly oba;ervant, will soon be told and discover of himself that the German residents and their American-born Sons and daughters, in a word, the Catholics of Morrilton, are verily of the bone and sinew of Mor- rilton's growth and prosperity. They are, as far as census numbers are con- cerned, a minority, but by no means a small one, while as a religious body of the community they hold no infe- rior position when church member- ship and church equipment are in question. The Sacred Heart Church and school are among Morriltml's most valuable assets; a large sol'cage THE CLAIMS OF THE CHURCH PROVED BY HER ADVERSARIES "The Catholic Church From Without," By Rev. Jas. A. Carey, Maine Cath. Hist. Society. THE CHURCH Sonrces of Error Concerning the Middle Ages. CHAPTER IX. Sir Francis Palgrave shows us whence come the erroneous ideas con- cerning the Church and her work dur- ing the Middle Ages, namely, from lying Church (Protestant) historians --and atheists. One of the great proofs of the truth of the Church is the fact that her enemies are forced to lie about her It shows their weak- ncss and her strength. Their attacks are a tribute to her She is honored hy their enmity. Palgrave says: "Abstractedly from all the influ- ences which we have sustained in common with the rest of the civilized commonwealth, our British disparage- ment of the Middle Ages has been ex- ceedingly enhanced by our grizzled ecclesiastical or church historians of the sixteenth and seventeenth centu- ries, men who, instead of vindicating tho Refornmtion by the aklvocacy of reverence for holy things, obedience, love, charity, sought to establish righteousness through vengeance, and in all ways rendering evil for evil. 'Hate your enemies' is with them the Law and the Prophets. These 'stand- ard works' accepted and received as Canonical Books have tainted the no- bility ef our n-ttional mind. An ade- quate parallel to their bitterness their shabbiness, their shirking, their habitual disregard of honor and verac- tions in procuring the concession oJ Magna Charta; and Henry narrating the communications passed between Gregory the Great and St. Augus- tine.'--History of Normandy and England, Vol. 1, p. XLVII, We may learn fiom the foregoing passages how the work of the Church in the Middle Ages has been malign- ed. No one who knows anything of the history of those times wonders that there were abuses; the wonder is that the Church was not entirely an- nihilated, as she certainly would have been were she not more than human. In the reign of anarchy, desolation and death which the barbarians brought in upon Europe, the Chm% humanly speaking, the weakest of ex- isting institutions, was the only one that survived; not only survived, but I conquered and civilized those millions who came thundering from the East, possessed by an elemental fury, a fateful hostility to all order, and a blind, wild instinct of destruction. This was the nmterial with which she had to work; these the beings she transformed into the civilized nations of the western world, with law and learning, arts and sciences, noble man- ners and lofty sentiments and all the highest aspirations with which hu- manity is now endowed. PATRONIZE OUR AI)VERTISERS. I. AN ENDORSEMENT THAT COUNTS. Bond's Pharmacy Co., Little Rock, Ark. Gentlemen: We sincerely thank you for the complimentary bottles of BOND'S LIVER PILLS which you so kindly I sent us and we number you among i ity, is hardly afforded even by the so- l called 'Anti-Jacobin' press during the iur greatest benefactors, because of Revolutionary and hnperial wars. The yur generosity to our sisters and our school. From experience, it history of Napoleon, his Generals, and the French nation, collected from !gives. us much pleasure to add our these exaggerations of selfish loyalty, [endorsement to the genuine merit of rabid aversion, and panic terror, IBOND'S PILLS. We have found would be the match of our popular I them to be wonderful relief agents in and prevailing ideas concerning Hilde- I the treatment of Headaches, Billious- I hrand or Ansehn, or Becket, or Inno- cent III, or mediaeval Catholicity in general, grounded upon our ancesto- rial traditionary 'standard ecclesiasti- cal authorities' such as Burton's Ref- ormation, or Foxe's Book of Martyrs. They are wrong when on the right side, false when true The judge drunken with party fury, pronouncing the deserved sentence upon the guilty culprit, is equally a murderer with the criminal whom he condemns; cruelty may be reprobated so as to generate merciless nmlignity; idolatry rebuked in a spirit of blasphemy, su- perstition so derided as to blot out belief in Omnipotencer-never was any literature more calculated to derogate against the glory of God and destroy good will towards nmn. But, the most wide, pervading and influential im- pulse to these sentiments emanated from philosophical France. The wit, the knowledge, all the acquired talents and mental gifts bestewed upon her men of letters during the era of the Encyclopedia were devoted to their sincere vocatien, their avowed object, their pride, the subversion of Chris- tianity. Every branch of instruction, themes and subjects in themselves the most innocent, the most agreeable, the most beneficial, were thus consistently and unceasingly employed, and none more successfully than mediaeval his- tory." "The scheme and intent of mediae 1 val Catholicity was to render Faith the all-actuating and all-controlling vitality. This high aspiration failed, such a state of society being abso- lutely incompatible with the kingdoms .ness, Dizziness or any Malarial trouble. Signed Donfinican Sisters, S. Paul School, Odell, Ill. I We will cheerfully send supplies of] our popular Liver Pills complimentary to any school or charitable institutions i upon request. t PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Florence M. Morris 308 Boyle Building Phone Main 826 Stenographic Services in and out of office. Multigraph Work of all Kinds. Satisfaction guaranteed. CAPITAL -- $30000000.00 SURPLUS-- $60,000.00 We have increased our Capital Stock from $200,000 to $300,000 and by selling the new issue of stock at 30 per cent above our par, our surplus i has been increased from $40,000 to $60,000. This enables us to take still better care of our present depositors as well as the new ones. 76 e EnglaM Nalionai Ihllk {!llflllllifllHIIIllllllllililllllllllllllllllll Salely C0llVtllit lift, Profit In Depositing Your Savings With th. SOUTHERN TRUSI COMPANY Paris, Oct. 14--The Bishop of Blots, whose diocese contains a very large farming population, recently held a retreat intended especially for the wives and daughters of farmers. The devotions met with such signal suc- cess and the attendance was so large chat it has been decided to repeat the ;practice every year. -- 1 Not long ago the discovery was mtals could be sawed I *ade that easier and quicker with-rapidly re-[ I volving smooth, discs of steel than with toothed circular saws. It was found that the cutting was done by the heat generated by the friction of the edge of the disc against the metal. Judge a man in his every-day work, a of grounds, centrally located, with a brick church and rectory and a con- vent and school of brick, the whole plant occupying a commanding posi- tion, a Catholic land-mark, conspicu- ous to rail or road wayfarers. Father Goebel, C.S. Sp., Pastor. of the world. Nevertheless, so far as the system extended, it had the effect of connecting every social element l with Christianity. And Christianity being thus wrought up into the me- diaeval system, every mediaeval in- stitution, character or mode of Succeeding a long series of pastors, thought afforded the means or vehicle all Fathers of the Holy Ghost, the for the vilification of Christianity. present encumbent, Rev Henry J. t Never do these writers or their school Goebel, C. S. Sp., is the acme ofl whether in France or in Great Britain, priestly zeal and endeavor in the lVoltaire , or Mably, Hume, Robertson. present splendid development of this' or Henry, treat the clergy o the parish. Talented of mind, a ready lin-, Church with fairness, not even with guist, with an experience of teaching'common honesty. If-historical not" and administrating in an Eastern uni- riety enforces the allowance of any versity (Duquesne, Pittsburg, Pa.),[merit to a priest, the effect of this and ministering in populous Eastern t extorted acknowledgment is destroyed p/rishes, the Sacred Heart parish has by a happy turn, a clever insinuatfon, in him a most fitting executor and di- or a coarse inuendo. Consult for ex- rector. 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