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f IllI'QuN A II~mlv'~ I I 'a~a-- Ill"--4~" ! II~ ,~eans to us that nolhln~" is | i ] ~eer desirable than that CathoUc i ~ a Catholic Paper is . ] i s and Catholic llterature ] ~ Perpetual Mission.--- ] ,u,~. have a large circulation, ms -~ read~VerYrene, may. have. every I Pope Leo Xlll. i admg ".~hleh mstruc~ i t , " warns, and strengthens and araOtes the Christian virtues, i g .... .e Guardian in ev~*F ; ! home"---Our Motto. I -~-NEDICTUS pp. XV. [ '* i ] The Official Organ of the Diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas XVII. LITTLE ROCK, ARK., DECEMBER 17, 1927 14 "~ ~'--" - ......................................................... i~ OF VENGEANCE STARTED BY CALLES AGAINST CATHOLICS (13y N ------- MeXico" C. W. C. News Service) City, Dec. 9.--President havitag quelled political oppo- ition for the time being with drum- Court martial and firing squad, resuming with a vengeance his Persectrtion of Catholics, as it he would do in recent C. W. C. News Service dispatches. A virtual campaign of extermina- has been decreed in the States Jalisco, Aguascalientes and Zaca- Where Catholics have evaded anti-religious laws. Concentra- camps, to which non-combatants to go, abandoning their have been decreed, and the device of burning whole again to be resorted to. least four regiments of Mexico troops have been dispatched to Iree States to reinforce already troop contingents there, and is now being waged like War. General Escobar, per~ Calles, most trusted military has been put in charge, xaStructions not to relent until has been exterminated. of War has announced Preliminary victories. HIS MUHDELEiN DEDICATES ICARDINAL 0'CONNELL HEW , HOT SPRIHGS NA'IPARK, IQUESTIONS SILENCE . BY B UILDIHG Foe OF' U. S. ON MEXICO Prelates, Priests and People Representing South and Middle west Answer Invitation of Bishop and Mercy Sisters, who Are Responsible for Its Erection and Future Management--Five Hundred at Banquet Tendered to His Eminence by the Chamber of Commerce---Cardinal Pays Splendid Tribute to Bishop Morris. (Special to The Guardian) Cardinal Dedicates New St. Joseph's Rev. Monsignor W. J. Carroll, Pastor der command of Sergeant Fleming. Tuesday, December 6th, will be Lf. St. Mary's Church and the Hen. P. McLaughlin, the reception corn- national resort has ever had the good fortune to behold. For the State and for the country at large it-will re- GIRL KONNERSREUTH ! . DRAWS CURIOUSI ]Ely Roy. Dr. Wil-~--helm Baron (C010gn~ .Yon Capitaine ~0rrespondent, N. C. W. C. ~. News Service) ~e, Dec/ 5.-~Catholics, who ,Ylng the wishes of their Bish- t abstaining from conclusions Ie sufferings of Therese Neu- ~L~e stigmatized girl of Ken- ", are highly indignant be- ltthe scandalous abtitude and of O~ers in connection with aal happenings. a day passes that articles 'ith Therese Neumann's suf- not appear in all kinds of are made in towns and pamphlets are issued, sold. Cardinal Faul- at Munich, declar- )no non-Catholic publisher marks from the publi- One article. showed that the religion i~ not involved in ~nd that the existence of Church and the truth of are not staked upon euth, be the case natural or ishop of Regensbourg direct- ~tor and the Neumann tam- ,Use admittance to visitors. ~ele..,s, daily there are thou- cUrxous people of all nation- ao Seek admittance and be- ;d quarrel in the streets e the houses of Therese family and the pastor. misconduct everywhere. ~ers lurk near the pastor's ChUrch, seeking to photo- girl on her way to church. of letters arrive daily. Pastors and physicians the girl when she is in occulists insist upon ,ir thedry of the case. One Reismann, spoke in Co- elsewhere. a wax figure of Therese made its appearance in a cabinet. Berlin theaters a new play, "The Miracle and one changed ~ing Therese and PaPers have called it all aud laave made imputgtions the girl. Authorities of the specially draped cars and were driv- en to the Arlington Hotel where the entire party were the guests of the answered these state- them untrue. All Whether or not Therese's Then the seminarists of St. John's Seminary Little Rock followed by the clergy of the Diocese in number of about forty. The visiting clergy from Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Louis followed. The Monsignori in their colorful costumes of the Papal court, the Rt. Rev. A*bbot Edward Bourgert, 0. S. B., of Subiaco Abbey with his chaplains, Very Rev. J. M. Mogan, Vicar General, representing Coy of Pine Bluff, Ark., and the Rev. Bedo Mitchell, O. S. B., of St. Ed- ward's Church, Little Rock; Bishop Morris, accompanied by Father Hertel of Marche, and Very Rev. Jos. Pob- bleschek, C. S. Sp., of Conway, Ark. Archbishop Shaw with his chap- lains, the Rev. G. H. Keller, S. T. D., of E1 Dorado, Ark., and the Rev. Th0s. F. Walshe of the Cathedral. Preceded by the assistants at the throne, the Roy. O. B. Clarendon, rairacle, she is a good and girl. % GEORGE CARDINAL MUNDELEIN call the solemn dedication to the Manager, Mr. Chester during the day. Bishop Smith of Nashville, Tenn., Ph.D., of Texarkana, Ark.,qland the glory of God and the salvation of At twelve thirty ]uncheon was served wended their way down Cedar Ter- Rev. Aemilian Schmitt, O. S. B., of men of what is probably the most privatelyfor the Bishops and the race. Clarksville, Ark., came His Eminence Cardinal. Colorful Procession of the Hierarchy. Cardinal Mundelein, D.D. There tel- complete institution of its kind in The Dedication Following the clergy and monsignori [lowed the mitre and crozier bearers the entire country. "'p " the great ever~~ .... P ." " and the trainbearers for His Emi- In antm~ at]on of came the vmxtmg B~sho s, e~ght m e ma estm numbe~, accompamed by their chap nence. His Eminence Cardinal Mundelein th j " terraces of New St. : " " ' ose h's wer lares They were the Rt Rev Ru arrived in Little Rock on Tuesday J p e turned intoa sanctu- " . - As the procession ascended the ar A throne was e~ he dolph Gerken, D D, Bishop of Ama- sweeping terraces of the new hospi- morning at 10 a. m. on a special train Y. 'ected for t " " rfllo, Tex, accompamed by the Rev Cardinal draped in red and having " " " " tal lawn, the choir intoned the over the Chicago and Alton and Mis- his Coat of Arms hun-- above the J" Doljer of Amarillo, Tex., and Rev. Church's hymn of greeting to her souri Pacific Railroad in charge of cha~. A t~bune was prepared w~th T H Lflhs of McGehee, Ark the Bishops, "Ecce Sacerdos Magnus". Mr. C. K. Bothwell, G. P. A.~of the Missouri Pacific and Mr. W. H. Abell, G. P. A. of Chicago & Alton Railroad. His Eminence was met at the private car by Bishop Morris and the visiting Bishops from the entire Province of New Orleans as well as several Bishops from Texas and others. The clergy and many members of the laity boarded the train which was in charge of a special crew under the direction of Conductor Mark Yocum of Little Rock and Engineer Ben Kel- logg. The crew was composed of trainman Peter Richie and fireman M. Lorenz. The special arrived at Hot Springs at 11:45 a. m. where it was met by Mr. Neumanville who conducted Very draperies and rugs for the Arch- bishop and visiting Bishops, and fac- ing it another was arranged for the guests of honor. The choir of St. John's Seminary was placed imme- diately in the rear of the Cardinal's throne. The whole front of the great hospital was draped in American and papal colors, the newly arrangzd green lawn setting off the whole like a vast velvet carpet of green and lending splendor an:d richnes~ to the view. Promptly at three thirty the pro- cessional cross came out of the .main entrance of old St. Joseph's, follow- ing it the American Flag with a Guard of honor from the United States Hospital at Hot,Springs un- Rt. Rev. R. O. Gerow, D. D., Bishop of Natchez. Miss., accompanied by Father McBarron of Fayetteville, Ark., and the Roy. H. J. Patzelt, S. V. D., of Little Rock; the Rt. Rev. 5. A. Floersh, D. D., Bishop of Louis- Vil]e, Ky., accompanied by Fathers Burns, Little Rock, and Evans. Hot Springs; the Right Rev. Francis C. Kelley, D. D.. Bishop of Oklahoma, with Rev. J. C. Feldkamp of Atkins, Ark., and Roy. J. A. Gallagher, of St. John's Semi~aary, Little ,Rock; the Rt. Roy. Jules B. Jeanmard, D. D., Bishop of Lafayette. La., with Father J, M. Hofflinger of Paragbuld, and the Rev. E. P. Garrity of St. John's Seminary, Little Rock: the Rt. Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, D. D. Bishop of Dallas, Tex.. with the Rev. C. B. Mc- As the procession entered the grounds the guests of honor, including Gov. Martineau, Mr~ B. E. Sunny and family and members of his party, Mr. Justin Matthews and others were seated by attending ushers in the tribune prepared for them fac- ing the Cardinal and the Bishops. Under the direction of Monsignor Aretz. Vicar General of the Diocese and Rector of St. John's Seminary the procession wended its way to the altar where the Bishops and Cardinal were seated in their places. Imme- diately His Eminence donned the vestments, cope and mitre and ac- companied by the deacons assisting proceeded to the foot of the altar (Continued on Page 4) (By N.C.W.C. News Service) Boston, Dec. 8. Conditions in Mexico today amount to "riotous, blasphemous communism," William Cardinal O'Connell, Archbishop of Boston, declared today in an inter- view on the occasion of his 68th birthday. "How cam any American be com- posed in the greatest happiness, wet- fare and fo~tupe of his o-~'n conntry ---which we have, of course, in all abundance---while at our doors is a condition of things wl~ich reminds one of the most barbarous times in history?" His Eminence asked. "We read with horror of the atro- cities that the pagan emperors in- flicted on the early Christians, and we seem to be umnoved in reading of the horrors which are being per- petrated by an unspeakz~ble dema- gogue who seems, whether it be true or not, to vaunt himself of the friendship of this country and sup- port of its Government. "I am not a politician. I am nox interfering in that respect. I am now speaking as an American citi- zen, proud of his own country and who must deplore this riotous, blas- phemous communism at the very doors of our country without, it would seem, a single pro~est~from anyone in high position whose voice would carry across the Rio Grande and influence someone to cease this wolfish hunting down of perfectly in- nocent Mexicans whose only c'rime i.~ their determination to serve God. "What is the real reason of all this silence? Of course, we have our rea- sons.for thinking there a~e influences not entirely imbued w':th the highest motives." * CHuR IANS ANNOUNCE ANNUAL HEETING PROGRAM (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Washington, Dec. 9.---The com- pleted program of the eighth annual meeting of the American Catholic Historical Association to be held ac the Willard Hotel of this city, Decem- ber 28-30, has just been announced by the Rev. Dr. Peter Guilday of the Catholic University of America, sec- retary. Sixteen associations devoted zo economics, history and political and social science will be meeting in the Capital at the same time. The meet- ing of the Cath61ic Historical Associa- tion will be held conjointly with the sessions of the American Historical Association, the Mississippi Valley Historical Association, the Agricul- tural Society, the Bibliographical So- ci&y of America, and the American Poliecical Science Association, all of which will meet in the Willard I-r, otel. CATHOLIC CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS BEST VENTILATED, CLAIM (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Toledo, O., Dec. 2.---The Catholic Church is an outstanding leader in the movement for improved air con- ditions in church buildings and is ag- gressively extending the uses of me- chanical ventilation in its parochial schools, according to a survey, the results of which have just been an- nounced by The Modern Science In- stitute, Inc., here. The leadership of the Catholic Church in this respect, the report says, is established by figures com- piled by ventilating engineers. The report points to the fact that 173 or- ders for ventilation installations re- cently received by a group of engi- neers were divided as to denomina- tions as follows: Catholic 29, Pres- byterian 24, Episcopal 23, Christian Science 22, Congregational 16, Meth- . odist 15, Baptist, Unitarian 2, and all other Protestant denominatfons 27. I