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gi!:.! :i i,  &apos; : :: .....  ; .... [ s 4 ' ....... " ' ][ - "-'" ................. " - U ! a00t, I .and : i ,- . . ,. .,. . . ,- ksSho___200 Cla, home. , Catholic men and women-The recep- he fled rather than accept the dignity, t He died in 1470 at the age of The checking aeenunt of small businesses  e preceding tion of Holy Communion by over 800 ninety/,aftcr seventy years in the Franciscan Order. , each departm, The ladies of Our Lady of Good i people on Sunday was a most edifying" Monday, November 29.--S1. Salurninus, who was sent by Pope Fabian to wefect of stl Counsel entertained at cards at the,and sgtisfying scene, and of itsel preach the faith in Gaul in 245. He became the first Christian bishop ol"n'on an"o lVl tl00--ercan-'" .eo00 prevail, streets, lproved the success of the mission, o; Toulouse and converted many heathens. Refusing to sacrifice to parish hall, Ninth' and Bishop { sd to his joy Thanksgiving evening at 8:30 o'clock. So!emn Closing Sunday Evening. idols, he wa' fastene(l to v bu/1 which dragged him to his death, is standing. No' one of the 1,000 people and over Tuesday, November 30.SI. Andrew the Apostle, a brother of St. Peter, who I [ by the Dea Miss Rose Laffert'- has returned /I Wh were present in St -Edward s was called.by Cluist while lishing on the':sc ........, of Galilee He  ts elucified  --  ........ ...... Y " ) . ' " " "  " [, wnlle oII16r aider a VlSIL wln I1ISS alargare,, . g .... lrust 00,omDanv y'eac th .............. i church on last Sunday evenin w,il. at i atrae in Achaia, hanging alive on this cross for two days an4 preach- I hed e Murnhv in .t Loui aa w-s .... m lever Iorget the thrilling sights and mg to ue peopm, a .I ^ a ^ _4.. _:^a 1- ..... _  .__. ,_. _ I volees presented m the devotmnal ex- Wedaesday, l)ecember 1.--St Ihgms, a layman and goldsnaith, whose strik- .,,L. ' "1[ t,i palilvti ztome Dy ltlls vltEl)n.y tel lz] . ' , " " . , , . , ic <. 2e:-7:., ] .... z.-g to no _ :_:, erclses concluding the Franciscan Mis- mg wrue causeu nnn to ue elected Bishop of Noyon. He nossessed tim Ai:k:.  ........ , , 7 ._ . " sion of 1920. It was indeed a climax gift of miracles and prophecy. He died in 66o. .  l,{heir classes -- " I m  m mese aretnl Born to Mr a-d Mrs Joe Whalen I most titling to the" enthused hearts or" Thursday, l)ecember 2.--St. Biband, virgin and nrtrtyr, both of whose parents m ',_ ' '' ..... ; ....... " ',,_ . '" -. _. ]the vast congregation Enthu.4iasm be- were executed and who saw her sister Demetria expi,e before a tribunal  ." e - oi ,'onuac, ,n., a (laugnter, tnna v lor- . - . " ' ! .......... .  . - . ,  :h r, Loda and ............. t gan when ,,uther Honoratus began tel o ne ,oman uovcrnor, nlmana resisted many te nptations to give up D i5 ,.. ence wrs. wnaien was vnss maoet[ . " . I ............. . ,, " .  ,mng ns eom ,,__,,_.,. _, ._.,. ....... , !preach an inspiring sermon on the J um aml and was nnany ned o a pinar and whippe(l with scourges till I / aruec, uaugneg" oI surs. en w. | ....... ". . ..... I ....  . -- - - -- - - ined the exc, t n. _,,a.* _ ,-:_ _.',_ I ual;nOlle unurcn, as Llle lle, HOlV nnd | she ulea. | ..... .'' 7 aflCb, oI Llllb CIby.  " , . / -- " " Apostolic Ite stressed the duty of l, rlday, December 3. St. Francis Xavier, who was induced to a religious life [ - _! in each of t ..... . ."f--. ..... I Catholic men and women to know well through the influence of St. Ignatius Loyola tie bore the gospel to [, . ' . MISS margaret LvIurpD_v O1 V IaOUlS . ......... =. " _ . [their religion, and with its knowledge l Hindustan, Malacca and Japan St Francis Xavier was the ,reatcst mis ![ 1F" ' K. I'M" ]  ilosony, dos. aller eneraimn, l11ss lose ualrery, '" .  , " ; " *   .... "( ...... .g ...... /to love it as it/is worthy of being] stonary of modern times Fhe descendants of many Ja,mnese converted[ Halev llornlDroo00. =o*,, a will" be the --guest at the Lafferty home loved and practice its. commandments, hy St. Francis in the .sixteenth. centur b still retained thei f't'. lth when . "   /'* .' Jumuncl. 1 ' , ...... /so tim they may manifest the falthf Amm%ans entered 00bat count,,, ' Veni'flatlnd and ;00ors; Latin, t on lroauway ior a snorl; VlSIL. . . " ' "  . . ]that Is ,n them. lie exhorted them to/Saturday, December 4.--St. Barbara, whose father, Dioscorus, was so enraged I  ,eph G:lhgh .'_ .. [st'and by their Church in all its eom-] at her conversion that he caused her to be terribly tortured and later 111 11[1 | A1,/%ll lllnos .el Rootlng00 .! geb a, ao: t;oIIee oclal. " " " to  | 11171" '. lln " " , {mands and dcmands, to ive their very[ beheaded her witlt/bis own hand While her soul was bino' h,, I Phone Mum ,yl as Lllhs; H The ladies of St Edwards' Parish . ,  . -. ' . , . . . . .... ne | ' 'Christian Do will entertain with a coffee social on,christ th One True Church ma -'/ , I " i.'. Fahy., \\; [ever b .lefen . /THE CLAIMS OF THE C U CH f  ...........  ep. -- , theifternoon of November 30 at St. e , ded " H R ---- " ......... D t - Edwa!ds ' Hall. The following ladies I Men, women and children in unison,] PROVED BY HERADVERSARIES][ /r,T ....... |]'' Lillis; Shor are m charge Mesdames Herman / (.JIIU.I. , -. : ' .in clear, loud voices recited the Act/ , ,] |]i , [pewriting, q Korte, Joe Wirges, Will Bergman,   ,, ! ' in ill ]ofFathanc. vowedagamtherbao-[Theoth.;eu,.ow....w-,. ..... I }t fXl-0000N,1TD Al D /i "ig, W a Leon Majers and RoyBaer. tismal-r0mises t renounce forever / ............... .............. IiEVEREND MOTHER M. ALOY- | 'I[ /, [[-I,[ &] |  /_ |  [  . " , \\; I P " " | By Rev. Jas. A. Carey, Maine ] ,Ue x,, ,v,v [ | I,_!Mlld.L m llk.l... .K.L- l..k, . . . ,. I the world, the flesh and the devil J{e-[ Cath }list oc" * [ / , I , ID  . . Thlmksgiving Tl. I sonant were the answers of the mul-I " "m ,ely. . I [ ! ol 'lr i 1 .t ..' S Kirby, F ' The Widows' B. a T. Asso%!ation/titude, when Father Honoratus calle,ll " [Superioress of hit. St. Josel,h's Ursu- |  ...... '*'= ), McGuire, G. ' entertained at an informal tea Wed-[fo the rsponses, "I" do believe" mdl THE CHURCH "AND THE { line Mothcr-lIouse, Davicss !| i ..... IU i d M. Ford; nesday tfternoon from 3 until 51,,i do renounce" I REFORMATION. [ County, Kentucky.'  ll/}lddir m umt Ih, Powers. - : . ' 0 e of the most illustrious women . h School D oclock, at the home of Mrs. E V.I Papal Blessing and Sol.Benedlchon. J [ _ {j ,,"''1 -. Chestnut, 501 East Sixth street. Mrsl The devotions concluded with the] The Reformers in England [of the South*and one of the most ablel  * y s_m'_-_,l,., L. Fortum Frank Tillar ancMrs. Abner McGe-I granting of the Papal Blessing k'ith[ " . [religious educators of the Catholicli OU WlSB,Gartska, L. ] schools of Ame, lca, the Reveiend 18 our inflexible rule not to lm art inferred Walsh and-l " hee, St[, served and the charter mem-[a plenary indulglence to all whet CHAPTER X, n ' .'" . " I [ is our "nflot to impart informatl/ MotheI M Aloyslus Wlllett, Superior bers received the guests l worthily participated in the exerdises I We might expect as much from the[ ," " . " -I [ts of others, ]:gers and Be, ,, ,, ,, ess ol; the Ulsuhnes at Mt St Jo tb -- Iof the mission, and then the Solemnlcharacter 'of the refot'mers. An , " ' "1 1 .... _ -tallgamet Annual Chant Ball seph s Mothe house, Davless County,  ' " Y [ ] Benediction'of the Blessed Sacrament,] evil tree cannot bring forth  good] " " " I v. that played There are twenty-two fatherless'withl the Te Deum voiced by over 1,000[ fruit."] Of the reformers in England'Kentucky'l passed to ber eternal re- I.[ )  . '.Unior DayE and motherless little ones in the 'Or- joyful souls. Macaulay says: }- ward on the First Friday. of October, [  s. Both of They ere, a king whose character " " .. __. s a th phans Home at Tenth and McGowan ' Memorial Re-uiem ' 1920, at Los Angeles, Cahforma val ll , " Wdely knon as an exemplary Re en le streets, who will benefit by thel On Monda., mornn- a" Requiem[miY best be described by saying that[ ' ' " "{l[ r][| ]['[171['111[]1 i|][1 |'[['d]||'  " ab to .   . ligious and as a woman of unusual m- : Whanksgiwng Ball under the auspices[ Mass was apnended to'. the mission]he was despotism tself persomfied;I .... , []]'- , || | || |  || | KI er years .... " " .... tellecual power and ability, Mother 're " of the charitably mchned people of} ro,ram, offered un for the renose of l unprme/pled mmzsters; a rapacious J " ]J ,,, J , .. ,in t,, t, . d m all fo - ,, ,- r 1 si : Little Rock Where it is a question of the souls of all the deceased riests aristocracy,; a servile parliament. A oy us was respected, reverenced quently suc: such practical results, our good peopleland members of St. Eitward,s congre_l Such were the instruments by whmh]  |iiM ?/IUiill:lUy../Ill tliqJl,g:t_ lng up tha" , P ' and loved by hundreds who had come / ' h within the scope of her gentle mflu ' ut to cheer , ,,* are good givers. The 160 I/ttle tots atl.,ation I England was de "vered from the yokel " "1 I1 INow at ]13 West econd t. u \\; , '  "  ence and strong personality Having I :M " St. Joseph s Orphanage have cause tel 1400 ('-mm-i--t I of Rome. The work which had been I. , . | [ =  "!: I uch inter ........... m early grlhood vowed herself to the I appreciate this too, as the recipientsl Acc r'in " ct .....  begun by Henry, the murderer of his , t [ /'1 ,ADle A ,T-::Coaches, fez o u g o a ual coun vy mr. nstruc" " of Littl Rock's charity on their an-[ .... o ..... ................ Iwives, was continued bv Somerset, the l I - lion of youth m the great i I qJ%l lDlal"lkllJ:thletes that s nualtpicnic day.  B, dose to 1400 eo ' le eeeived Hol" murderer of his brother, and c0m- tea  Order of St. Ursula, Mother l,ittle Roek ] P P " Y] .. ; ............ _lAloysius faithfully and efficiently dis-] ' " - ' [ ' nd;., I Communion drain  the eek i pletea y Enzaoem, me murderer Ol , - I1 . ; ........ , " s ,, , cnarged the duties of her high call- a z H fl IAIR ALUMNAE FARE WELL. I The unusual -ener6it,, o  he ,eo lher guest. --Macaulay Essays: Hal-I , . /1 A'IPA | __-! IDD| |1 /llrlbr n', o I " " "   "  v "l, ,  .... . .. ....   ,  ling at Mt St. Josephs Convent andl'll! Ht, K 1112-,- tllU O%./t,I t./ 9 ogvth, e Letzi- .... , J ple allowed Father Mar/cus to present[,mm s unsumuonm nscory, vo,. ,[academj, where she spent her entire [lllt " :7", , Academy Girls of Mt St Mary sl p 199   and Potl . , ' ,the Franclsclin Fathers wth a most] " " ' \\; [reli-iouslife ........... I .. -- _ .:/cl . " . ,  -- t g unu :nere, zor more nan Charge Heavily Upon Generosity, [satisfactor. donation fr their art in ] Such were tne ortgmators ol fro-| ...........  letics. . : v / . .  mn'cy-mgn years, she .served as ' ' ' . of Many Friends. +he s,iri+ual rnovati-- -f +- ,ari= testantmm m England. Do they bear[ ..... , I ng the ] .. v ,  ,.  ., v o... .,_ . . . .. ,  . ieacner in me class room, as Mistress l.,<a ..... n tne cnaracterlsues ot heaven-sere re-, , 2 .ueleaea  ,. of Novices, aMd as Superioress of her , : " r We must leave it to the Alumnae[ . .. l fornlers? Does it never occur to those[ .... [J r:ats at F ' e n . ENGLISH PROTEST.'r  . . . ommumy. in each of these separate U of Mt. St. Mary s Acad my o Pulaski I .......... ' ...... [ who have received their Protestantmn I ...... I [ UU r,| [-l[i UV[I |IU [i|LL|U[I U !Yed wJl and " h ,nr ulx f ' . OlnCes her gentle, persuasive innuence / it Heights to draw the crowds and vat -} HIMSELF WITH POPE I roht England (and most AmencanS]dr w all so,as to love her while her]J  ' OVemezt on ' draw the pocket money from their ] " have) that a religion of such an evil[ "X . - , '- , - I I We make a snecialtv of investin same Veral weeks .... magnannnous character DOlleci nem - . -/--o "  '8 ever wflhng frmnds.  omgm cannot be the work of God? 11 Position s h., a;a o,i  .,.Ao, ,;,,, [ (By'N. C. W. C. News Service.) .. [onward and upward in the pursuit of][ flrst mortgage loans--and therefore s P: ..... ., .,  ,oo#-,-..v "" .... ,  " , " "4- p0SSlDIe $( ,, - n 2 1 an an , hohness and m the pathway of perfec ustomers and estates  e re resent wlh t, ,Under title of their Amual Bazaar I  Lo don, Nov. 1 .--The Ang ic d CATHEDRAL NOTES. | -I  c P - : The eve they :carried ;bn 'an' evening program [tastern Churches Association held a ]  iton. , : . ., . ],[ vestments--We act as tdmini#rators and el],,ing of L . of pleasure and "profit,, out-doing allre]igius re-union a few days ago in I Mass it 7, 9 and 11 a. m. Evening] nun,.reds o young grm wno are!| . under Will of many estates in Pulaski, ane and the with ell now rmgnmg as exempi rs o rue ,, such affairs of the past. Hundre4s Lendn, ' a r "gious service atlDevotions 7:45.. I ....... ? ..... [4 oaun|#. in hi. .tte---We will be nleased l[backfield r " , , ,  , tnrl }dan monernooa in banolle,  ................. a- the church of St Mmyle Bow In , of thmr friends were there" m a!!swer[, - , [ St. An, drew s Day, Nov. 30, the pa[ ........ j .... ::t for %'h, .... to the very sohmtous " invitations sent / CheapsMe, London. This s the church ] tzon" feast day of the Cathedral.. will'[ nomes,, or wno like. . to thmr . gentle I |. $u. \\; i']l .,.,,,lbwa^ o,* wth t famou B 1 v r grade, are following closely m tle out and once there,-'genero'hsly, co-[ " "e s ow bel s, and e e Y lbe celebrated with the usual solemn-[ | rltr:,. #'trl| 11 9  & ll/'|lTf  { 11 : ," onerated,_ with the Alumnae to attain[ one, born. within the sound of these, iv_ on Tuesday_ _m0rnin_ at 9"30. . Pen- cesststepSand haf themess. Master,re. hfe" oWeto thelrthd earlSUC" | l-lk.flr'l=lP.o 3 #KVllq.lO__ DD:'7 1L,- _ "the object of the call, which was just[ bells s 9 true Cockney. The Associa-!tifical High Mass will be celebrated t... P-P ...... ".,.YI| , 'Little Rock, Arkanfias =i[:, .nd; We 1 is e a  ralnlng recelve a Idle nan(Is oI 1211S ftln and money. The friends had the ]t'6n " tn th n ture of a side show I by the Bishop; wlo will: be assisted .......  ::.! left guar(] " :fun, and the Alumnae now hold their[ in the Anglican Church: and its object bythe local clergy. . [noDe. ursu/ne. .. .... " -=-{tight guir I t  lviomer Aloysms was vircuany ne , money, something over $1,000 The |s 'o promote a kincl of" re-union with The first course in Christian Dec- _ lmm,er foundress and builder of Mt St Jo Faculty and the officers and members[the, Eastern Churches, and its most[trine which has lasted almost three[ ,  ....  - .... " :ack; B C ' si al success ha ee r sephs Academy, which from humble " .. of the Alumnae wsh. to thank all wo gn . s n to secu e the years was completed last Sunday, wth [. . . . . . . [ ' . .  ..rilZh+o  hw.... neglnmng Jess than half a century sq heartily cooperated in attaining,blessing of a cm;ain Serbian Bishop lthe , exception of the question on[ ........ " []' 00  Wl" h ' !'ii" 9 . ,, ago, now lanKs among me nrs oI me sdch a great success. " I f the Serbian Schismatic Church. Hell, which was reserved for the[ " [ ' 1- ......... .------ shl left Cathohc Academms in the South, and , J The ervice of re-union was not at last Sunday after Pentecost, but which[ . " " " [  "  _ _kl. ' W.  ,, , I which no controls more than forty ' ' S. EDWARD S MISSION PROVED]all remarkable, but what was striking, owing to the close of thCmission at[ " I  qPDITT r; ,Thor w s the me , , branch schools m Kentucky and m the / : . GRAND SUCCESS. ] a ser n of the Protestant Bish- St, ldards has been postponed un-[ " " ]| I, Ul111Ll%00l/tl00 1 lllUO 1 00ght d ' lop of Willesden, who amnaed in thelltil the evenmr of the first Sunday of[ West" , " __.,. mo .... aler, c Zealous Francisean'FatJers Bring Re.[course of his tterance to insert him- Advent. , ' [ Truly thls humble follower of the [ ;" Gay, ' humble St Angela Menm, has mer [ suits 'After a Week of Untiring[self into some very highly placed There have always been men in the I " " ". ]   TR  T )." / ,, ,, | , lted the praise of God and man, m 0 ' Labors ]company. I claim, said the Angli-,or|d to whose supersensitive nerves[" ]' " ' " [ - . OWIIS wer-  , ' ,, return for the great extent of good  . , |can Bishop, to be as much a member [the notio 0 of eernal punishment i  [[ Fourth andMain :i/'rd o- : The Franciscan Fathers, Honoratus[of' the great Catholi Church of Jesus i cstasteful, but, owing to certain [she accomplished for .immortal souls. ]8  / / _ f Lite'r';r way me genera splrll; el vlomer " , and Marcus, the priests and people of|Christ as the Pope of Rome or the claims put forward by moddrn science, | [ If lill earn 4 Y eveni-' , ' ,, t Aloysus enoy an eternity of bliss m .... ................. : /Patriarch ^f Constantino-le . that class has become more numerou | ..... . Was . l/awaras,pansn cnaneu a gmr,-I V v , .-- " ........ .... ............... ca. t ' ',us Te Deum when the week.of mis-[ But more %xtraordinary still, was than ever, and hence it is more impor-]H:aW:;je:: esses oI me acrel [_. :. -elllbers of sion was Concludec] on last Sunday[the d/scovery by the Bishop of some tant thamevei" that Catholics /hould " -- ' :(.fteresti,.- night. It was the chant  of fervent |new church whose existence, up to th be able to stale'in plum terms the [ , - ! "thanksgiving for all the Lord had present, has been wrapped in prd- teaching of the Church on the IATHER McGOWAN ATTENDS .I , " i :'ta neakm-' worked for them during the week of[found mystery. Thi hurch is none subject On Sunday night two thingsl CO-OPERATIVE MEET}NG i]t sub'e t [ " ] .... , ;, " J c devotion, other 6hun a mythical British church, will be aimed at: to give a common " i!t. ")Patrl_.'eit ' The first part of the week fotmd]o f which nobody has heard before. "In sense view of the question of "Hell" Cincinnati, Nov. 19.7-_The Rev. Ray-   - \\; [,e for mc large' congregations at every serw'ce, spite of the. great dvlsmns which and to meet these ,three popular, ob- mend, A.. icGowan,, of the Department.  _ _ _ i,Olml. .... ,h,. Confessions Were added, beginning on [ have convulsed the Church," tle Bish-  jctions: tf Scm?Actln f the Natmnal Cath" : While i . . | u . . i . i " "  -aL Ikl" ', -', Wednesday, and each .succeeding day pp went on we are yet onc m the 1st. That a Hell 'of everlasting tot'- ohc Welfare Counc 1 was among the '.'[ltef stay , beg/n/to show the pious resultant, " /great Brat 4"sh Church" wth the Roman' ments cabinet' be 'reconciled lth, the I delegates., who attended the cofei  '- -' i,} the',n oi- ,- . C0necration to Our Lady. . CaJhohc. " and ethel" bod,es' ." '[he" ' B.lh' -1 dea" oY a Merciful. God. ' / t,l[ence called, here last. week by Dr. $. P.  fl$ " F , ..,.a"- - - Friday night brought with ira mot op claims to support this extraordi -I 2d. Tltat it is unjust to inflict afiWarba.;se, president of the Co-Oper- "/[efore, ! ' : rominnt feature of the exercises, navy statement on the recent Encyc-'eternal punishment on a sin which it[alive League of America for the pur-  -' ' ).','oth fr--- .,,'' 'hen all the men, women and c]il-lical Letter of the Anglican FathOms'took but a moment to commit, and [pose of strengthening and extending  t atlr ' !:dren wre consecrated to the devoutlon the Re-union of Christendom. B,ut 3r. That revenge is out of hat-lice-operative'associations ,on the Roch- T"=[. []!:tildienee love of' their- heavenly ',lVIdther, the l as Cardinal Bouine, speaking for the n0ny with the spir of true religion. Idele plan throughout America. NO- to a lect ',Bless0d Virgin Mary. Four little chn-' Roman Cathohcs,. dechned umty at t \\; . . ltable among those h addressed the 'lfte, mai, f wlll ,wuAuu  .e Dc*t;b U- uu u--, t ' , i i dren acted as sponsors for a]ll and in t-fie' price asked by the Anglican ,s'and AMERICAN METHODISTS ')  ceting Was W. F, McCaleb, an of i: '(tlits, ," " their name, oalled upon the Blessed the non-epi.sc0pal Churches made a ,  ACTIVE IN BALKANS leer of tle co-operative bank oi.i/lnzed UC,i[ees, we Mother to receive them as; her  chin statement that; amounted to much the / -- by he Brotherhood of Locomotive En-"  are': eeak  " dren, and in return they consecrated same thing, this so-called British t (By N. C. W. C: News Service) gineers who described the credit un- q' Well ! ' . themselves tie lives of filial devotion Chirch is a figment, of the episeopall Washington, D. C., Nov, 15.--Amer-, ions which have been organized, trader N Arite fat e . = ' as Children of 'Mary. . magmatm, The only people who t man Methodlsts are planmng to estab-iCathohc auspmes m Canada and rec- -- --.-. .. ...... .. _ . % , onfessions were heard all day and have responded to the An gllcan ,itlv/- lish either at Durazzo or Tirana (A]- ommended the establishment of sire-   [J   A [  e _.] night of'Saturday, taton are certain heretical pt'elat;es'oflbania) a college tllat will rival Rob- ilar banks, in this cohntry. F)at.her xv..t..J.l "! .L.a.J.. .m.i.   Solemn High Mass at Cl'ose. scandinavia, who ar, by no 'means erts College, the Presbyterian instituo I McGowan,is a member of the National 419-414 West Markham St LITTI " " Sunday morning at 8 0'cIock there qritish. ' '  'tion at Constantinople, [Co-operltive League of America. t #