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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 20, 1942 PAGE FIVE il I CWC Reports Reveal Accelerated Patriotic Endeavor Of Catholics dge Future Effort Country's Cause t hington (E)--Gatheed here ][eir first Annual General ' ][lng since this country entered srrent W:hldpWa;, te lrhd last week viewed eleven I]hs of accelerated patriotic en- ,@ and prepared themselves 1,|. a future which seems certain take even greater demands .tne Church and her institu- ,, . ing as , istrative  Cat the ey, . i"have as Chairman of the Board of the Na- Catholic Welfare Confer- the Most Rev. Edward Archbishop of Detroit, members of the Hierarchy months since Pearl Har- brought us a further ation of the extent and gray- our national crisis." ey have given us clear evi- l' Archbishop Mooney de- "that the Church and her tl ions of education and soc- ,elfare will be called upon .raore insistently to meet new ttons arising from a war Y. The record of achieve- tla the past year indicates :ell we have fulfilled our c duty to our Country. We [e greater sacrifices of the With the same resolute de- IfiCation to do everything pos-  lprotect and to promote our I Jl.Ys cause." ! |zgram's Effort on Church '!lbishop Mooney said every ra and policy of Government :{[ these fateful months has ::Lecl in some degree the re- and social mission of the :h,', He added that "some [ras have been proposed by ible Government officials tTftvery definitely threatened ]ficiency of religious institu- tes Archbishop said ' the var- aew tax proposals of the Ury Department were of such Cer, and that these ten- es of the Treasury Depart- ', especially in the last three have me'rited our concern." kid.have protested all such ten- les at this time especially," he ared, "when the full resources ..%l.r institutions (both in per- _el and in service) are at the l,Sl of the Government to help lLe war." :hbishop Mooney also report- ,.at "many administrative poli- ',,have been set by emergency raraental bureaus which af- 11 our institutions;" that the tion of the Selei:e S%rH:: has present d y. . lg to do largely with dwimy s under the specific names ' aor seminaries, institutes, aSticates and the like, and Serious problems will con- to present themselves, espec- our institutions in the now pro- posed "manpower" policy. Un- less our institutions are given roper recognition as 'essential or contributing essentially to .the war effort,' it will be very difficult if not impossible to retain necessary workers to staff them. This ques- tion affects our cemeteries, semi- naries and a wide variety of other institutions, not even excluding hospitals and schools. The 'war manpower' policy is demanding our careful attention." Stating that the employment of mothers in war industries has been a source of concern. Archbishop Mooney added that "an even more grave situation faces our Chris- tian family from the constantly growing groups which promulgate immoral theories regarding the family." He cited the activities of several groups, calling the Planned Parenthood Federation of America one of the most aggresive and possessed of a huge budget. The Archbishop cited the work of the Family Life Bureau, N.C.W.C., to counteract the well-organized, well-financed propaganda of these groups. Inter-American Seminar Cited Archbishop Mooney said of the Inter-American Seminar on Soc- ial Studies, sponsored by the Na- tional Catholic Welfare Confer- ence, that it "made a notable con- tribution, not only to a better un- derstanding among nationals of many American Republics, but especially to a strengthening of Catholic ties in the crisis which faces the Church throughout the world."  i Archbishop Mooney reported oc- cupancy of the new headquarters building since the last General Meeting, and expressed the thanks of the Archbishops and Bishops to the Most Rev. John F. Nell, Bish- op of Fort Wayne, and to the con- :ributors to the fund for the Monument of Christ the Light of the World, whose generous dona- tion made the new building pos- sible. The Archbishop thanked the N.C.W.C. headquarters staff for "a fond sense of loyalty" in the face of "increasingly difficult work." Christian-Mothers Of St. Joseph's, Paris, Meet Sunday Paris.--Mrs. Theodore Bartsch and Mrs. Ben Benz will serve as chairmen in charge of the recrea- tional committee for the meeting of the Christian Mothers society of St. Joseph's Church here, when the meeting is held in the school Hall on Sunday, November 15, at 2 p.m. The chairmen have planned an e,-,Vith the draft age lowered. Jl. ne have endeavored," Arch- enjoyable program, so all mem- N Mooney stud, "to Protect bers are urged to be present. ! I I 1 1 F.H. KUIPER, Jeweler 01) 6 West Capitol Phone 2-4724 Little Rock, Ark. | IAMONDS, JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, POTTERY i NOVELTIES AND GIFTWARE i We repair all kinds of plain and complicated watches, !1 clocks, and Jewelry. Mall orders solicited. AH work l guaranteed. Prices moderate. For ]l00ar Damage Insurance II call or see .... ! I/: BERNARD T. 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God also the green herbs, and such as my seed, and morning One day. said: Let the waters that are under the the fruit tree yielding fruit after it kinds, POPE (Continued from page 1) enos, We impart from Our heart to you, beloved sons and vener- able brethren, and to the clergy and faithful intrusted to your lov- ing care, Our special Apostolic Benediction. Also read at the Annual Meet- .rag was a letter from Cardinal Maglione telling of the satisfaction and joy experienced by the Holy Father on receiving a message of felicitation from theBishops,clergy and faithful of the United States on the occasion of the golden jubi- lee of his Episcopal Consecration. "The devoted sentiments of af- fectionate and filial homage and the encouraging assurance of pray- erful collaboration, so beautifully expressed in your esteemed letter, have proven an inestimable font of satisfaction and joy to the paternal heart of the Holy Father," Cardi- nal Maglione wrote. "His Holi- ness, in directing me to acknowl- edge receipt of your communica- tion, sent to him in the name of the Bishops, clergy and faithful of the United States, would' have me assure Your Eminence of his paternal appreciation of this thoughtful and gracious expres- sion of the constant and prayer- ful attachment of his beloved children throughout the United States. Comfort and Consolation "In view of the spiritual char- acter which the SOvereign Pontiff has given to the observance of his Episcopal Jubilee, it is particular- ly pleasing to him to receive word of the wholehearted participation of the Church in the United States in that spiritual commemoration. His prayers on that joyus day will be raised to Heaven with ever full benefits of our free institu- greater fervor and confidence be- heaven, be gathered together int place: and let the dry land appear. it was so done. And God called the dry land, Earth; and the gathering together of the waters, He called Seas, And God saw that it was good. And he said: Let the earth bring forth Donations To Cathedral Fund Set Record For Year London. (E)-- Although building work on the Liverpool site of the great new Cathedral of Christ the King has practically ceased, ow- ing to the demands of war indus- tries for manpower, donations to the building fund' were greater in the financial year now ended than they were during the previous year. The year's total was about $91,000, which was $20,000 above the 1941 figure The Archbishop of Liverpool, the Most Rev. Richard Downey, said that now was the time to get ready for the building offensive which would take place after the war. Work would begin, he said, on the Blessed Sacrament chapel and the Lady Chapel. The Archbishop announced that a pivic program for replanning post-war Liverpool would en- hance the appearance of the new cathedral, giving open spaces from which the building may be viewed "from every angle as it towers rise in isolated splendor." Most of the building work so far finished on the site of what will be the world's largest cathechal is underground, and part of it is in use. The original estimate of the total cost was $15,000,000. Cairo Mohammedan University Marks Millenlal of Founding Jerusalem. (IC)  The millenia] mile-stone has been reached by the Mohammedan A1-Ashar University of Cairo, Egypt, which has just celebrated the event with appro- priate ceremonies. one which may have seed In Itself upon the And earth. And it was so done. And the earth brought forth the green herb, and such as yieldeth seed accordingto its kind, and the tree that beareth fruit, hav- ing seed each one according to its kind. And God saw that it was good. 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General Pebble demanded entertainments for the troops must be wholesome. He went on to say that the only real cure for the ter- rible social evils that arises from warfare is a change in men's hearts. "This war has a spiritual impli- cation," he said. "We often pat ourselves on the back and say we are fighting for righteousness. Al- though the cause is righteous it does not follow that we are." General Sir William Dobbie is a member of the Church of England. Holy Father Discontinues His Morning Walks London. (E)Now that the sum- mer recess is over the Holy Fath- er has given up his morning walk in the Vatican Gardens of an hour or an hour and a half--the only concession he allowed himself and PEACE (C ' ed from page 1) enduring peace through the vic- tory of our armed forces," the Bishops add that "we are con- fident that they will perform their wartime duties gladly because they know that our country has been the defender, not the destroy- er, of liberties and has in the past always reestablished th full meas- ure of peace-time freedom, on the conclusion of hostilities." Reiterating their wholehearted cooperation with the Government in the prosecution of the war, the Bishops assert that "when mothers are engaged in industry a serious child-care problem necessarily arises," and that "every effort must be made to limit, as far as necessity permits, the employment of mothers in industry, partic- ularly young mothers" They urge, too, "that there be a whole- some moral atmosphere wherever women are employed." Expressing the concern of moth- ers and their own concern "about the youths of 18 years of age who are now to be called to the armed forces," the Bishops hope "that special moral safeguards will shield them, so that they may serve their country without moral blemish." The Bishops condemned the "murderous assault on Poland, utterly devoid of every semblance of humanity," and the "pre- mediated and systematic extermi- nation of the people of this na- tion." They express " a deep sense of revulsion against the cruel in- dignities heaped upon the Jews in conquered countries and upon defenseless people not of our faith." They declare that "the salacious entertainments for the troops were flayed by Lieut. Gen. Sir William S. Pebble, until re- cently Governor of Malta, in a speech here. Commenting on "the sort of amusements and entertainments which some misguided persons think are appropriate for the Denounces PRAYER (Continued from page 1) Salacious A Sub-Committee on Seminaries Entertainment was set up to function in connec- tion with the N.C.W.C. Depart- London. (g)  Organizers of ment of Education. It is com- posed of Archbishop. McNichols, the Most Rev. John B. Peterson, Bishop of Manchester, and Bishop Dully. ]he Catholic Home Should be prepared at all time to extend a fitting reception to the priest when he calls to ad- minister the Sacraments, whe- ther it be a sudden summons or ust the occasion of a regular isit during a Drotracted illness. No. 267--Sick Call set, all metal articles including crucifix, are made of solid brass, in a polished lacquered finish that will not tarnish, with an at- tractive gift card at ...... $7.50 No. 285--Sick Call set, all metal articles finished in durable silver plate. All articles fit campactly in quartered oak case, size 13 x 7 x 3 inches. Candles, linens, holy water bottle, instruc- tions on how to pre- pare for visit of priest on sick call. Complete at ..................... $5.50 No. 286.--Same as above ex- cept wood case is stained Mahogany finish. 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