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December 17, 1927     Arkansas Catholic
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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 17, 1927 e ......... ' ..... ' _ '.. [p ~ ~ |watching over me and is blessing my|Even here, there are families who do I J~ II ! I poor labors. I not have the necessaries of life and i I J ~ | | I i||I [ "Please relate yourself to our be-lwho pass entire days without eating• , !![ , I[ ,' I ...... '.ill .I loved Bishop all that I have told you.[ "It is to this. pove,~y and misery " ~ I am sure that it will give him pleas-Ithat is due the fact that whenever C - Iure to hear of it." | recruits for the Army are sought, °mmunlcations Received hy N. C. W. C. New* Service Throw Light[ Bishop Says Mass Secretly[more men than are needed apply, be- on Prevailing Conditions Under Called Persecution--Priests Do [ The fourth letter is from a pious| cause in the Army they will have ~s-- Their Duty Despite Tyranny and People Cling to the Faith. [ Catholic lady to a woman friend. It ] food. ~]~ ~reflects the great love of the Mex~-[ "Everyone who can, is preparing ."lilly .. | can laityfor their Bishops and|to leave for the United States, and '~:~i-- ters was written in! ran'cat d ~'th t peop e "v'ng on[ " • e "y • . I _~~___ t0 ~'~t°, and the writers range fromlthe ranches, asking them to observe[ "At this Mass, no one unknown to[ ! = :_ --~ -_-_1.] 'Itta .... • ymen who are [ P" Y ". P Y .'P "| ' Y - [] l~- :~=- - _ -" [ Th , Ihave been observed, ex- ed by the secretary, was ordered to [ e Morn,, r expectations. Through- leave this town ~nd its vincinity im-| [11] -.. • ,r airy ~he Rosary has been mediately. They took him to courtl~ ~__~ I great fervor and fre- at the square and mistreated him,[~ /1-~ ~I~LUI-Y ~ ll~F~,l ~uhlie, nne ~,,~,n, ~,t not allowing anyone to enter the t~l[ ~ beeom~ the'~:d' c;n: square, after which they set him at][[ (UNDER DIRECTION OF LITTLE ROCK COLLEGE) eh we live. liberty, shouting LONG LIVE CAL-]~ • of setting aside a week LES!' and 'DEATH TO THE FA- i~ i has been well received NATICS AND OLD WOMEN?, |I [~[ during the week many "Pray for us, dear Father, th*~at Our]~t pilgrimages and fast- .Lord will pardon us and protect us children fasted or ate against our enemies. God alone COURSES. It salt, and the peo- knows how many sacrifices we have l~Posed upon them- of privations. great was the devotion the Feast of Christ the said ~hat at Gaudalupe, Visited the Church showing how untruth-: had to make and how many tears we have shed." Letter of Fugitive Priest The third letter is from a fugitive Mexican priest, written for transmit- tal to his exiled Bishop. It relates indefatigable labors on the part of Classical, Scientific, Commercial EXCELLENT STAFF OF TRAINED TEACHERS Boarding and Day School Terms reasonable of the Minister the dis~guised clergy, and remarkable IOn.when he says tha?cl evidences of faith in a city of fewer reh~ion in our country than 15,000 inhabitants. It follows: "I am sure you will pardon my de-] Districts and lay in answering your letters. It hasI and assaults con- .been due entirely to the great For Further Informatlma Apply to the Roldstrar. that the soldiers of amount of work which I have had to have no oth rod " do during these days. ay than that of ,,_ . [ ...... happy ~eo,,leThe,, Ever since the 24th of Sep~em-I a~,e -~[ ~'..~" - ¢ her, the Feast of Our Lady of Mercy,} T. OR anRn s ~ ......... I nave naa no~ a momen~ oz lelsure. ! - _ res' ~urnea s~a~ues m On that .... day, ~ u~stributed Holy Com- ~ :~ueeNsor to to the sound of t~ munion to a~roximately 400 persons[ H~IkLEY 8¢ HOI~N|IIROOK " " VENTILATING AND°e h • ' Of i~nu:V:r:b~:~n:he" ~dal~cda~h:n~O:x ::s::~gth:oB~thl J ;:aht!e concentration da- and of seelp= it visit:~ by a-- ALL KINDS OF ROOFING ~rave sought to de- " " r ~, ~ s of eve ........ proximately a thousand persons. On - - _ . Sister S:, :~i~oPr~Shot the F~ of the Archangel Saint Mi-, ,,,, ~ee ..... p_ or a chael, we had a similar celebration. I [[JJ .... wnlctl I ~eem most [ )t '~ tf to b-_.t and the Sisters on the Feast of Christ the King, I~ II[J MAIN AT SECOND FOREIGN Di[PARTMKNT b~ .t~ e the prey of the sol- spent the vigil with 500 men in ador-I 're"laY' ~ad- ation before the Blessed Sacrament![f~" .~{ aad ter Pretex¢.of the dis- "Does not all this appear surpris- r I I I • ..... ,, _~ o, 0~.°rnble attack against ing to you, in view of the trying l| qP,|i~_ ~1' " ~l~,0 ~'~S I . , . ' .... r J 1~ TEST OF TOMORROW ~.e ~t~ CRth.~gon, they are again times through which we are passing? ~ j~ area • am sure ~nat Sure~y, this tuna wnere ~ am is aiI • r~er"$~JU~tly rrested are ~to be sac- land e~eciallv~. . privileged by the ' . . d~e)'}ve tt , because I am unable ........... n -':h~ :- *u^ ~ ........ [[ Whether you are a fool or a wise person can be tested very simply. ~,o~f!:|i ,t, t an, ~ .......... The acid tost m tomorrow. That means: Is tomorrow m our = ~/~L~ ~,as. T~-_-=.~none nas had and the Queen of thin city. Here, m [ thought, dominating all you do today? Be a tomorrow man. Y~he ~. ever ~o . ' no informa- other times when things were differ- j| money you put in your Savings Account is Tomorrow s Money. ~"* [,~%.,, -~ ~o who were the ent, she was crowned and honored as ! d~LW~J~f~F ~ & ~ W~ &~Y~r "L [Queen and Lady of this city, and itll ~ 1 ]~ [~A~l~i-- ][~A~&~l~ a~man ]is to this fact that I attribute the | ,,r- .... .. . ,, r is from a mus ~ I ,~o,.e Gruw W,th a Growing Bank " P" grace which God has given us to do ,I '~sh priest, who is I all these things which I have related. 1| CAPITAL, $200,000.00 SURPLUS, $40,000.00 ~g/how he has car-] "I can see clearly that Our Lady is[| ...... PAGE FIVE SECURING FOR THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR THE ARKANSAS PRIESTHOOD Any Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse May Be Do- nated. An Incomplete Burse WillBe Gratefully Received and Recorded. A Burse ls a Sum of Money Invested and Dr'awing Enough Interest Always to Provide Board, Lodging and Training for One Seminarian. ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES. COMPLETE ST. MARY'S BURSE, Hot Springs .............................................. $5,000.0{I MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock .............................. 5,000.0~ ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff ............................................ 5,000.00 MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE, Pine Bluff ...................... 5,000.00 INCOMPLETE BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ................................................................ $4,548.47 ST. JOHN~"S ALUMNI BURSE ................................................ 5,051.50 SACRED HEART BURSE .............................................................. 330.00 BISHOP FITZGERALD BURSE ...................................... 100.00 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, ARKANSAS ......................................... 7]8.80 INCOMPLETE BURSES BISHOP BYRNE BURSE The Burse to be known as the Bishop Byrne, a memorial honor to the first Bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock, already has a credit deposit of $4,447.47. This Burse calls for no stated amount of donation, and its present sum total is the result of large and small donations by those interested in perpetuating the name of Bishop Byrne in connection with the priesthood of the diocese which he organized and unto which he gave of his prayers, of.his work, and of his life. The Bishop Byrne Burse is a popular one, toward which even donations one dime or more will be acceptable and re- ceive due credit on the Seminary records. Previously acknowledged .............................................................. $3,528.47 Pupils of Sacred Heart Academy, Helena, Ark .......................... 10.00 • * h Catholic Daughters of Amemea, Fort Smzt , Ark ........................ 100.00 Thanksgiving' Anonymous, ttot Springs, Ark ............................... 50.00 Ignatian Knights, S. H. Academy, Helena, Ark ........................... 25.00 "Kindly" ................................................. 3.00 Donation from Levy .................................... : .............. I=.0^0 Ohildren of Sacred Heart Academy, Helena, Ar~ .................... oo.,u Pupils of St. Anne's Academy, Fort Smith, Ark ................................. 100.00 Bequest of Mrs. Bridget Sinnott, Little Rock, Ark ........ 50000 Anonymous, Hot Springs, Ark. ............................ 50.00 Ignatian Knights, Helena, Ark .............................. : .......... 10.00 St. Andrew's Cathedral School Children ......................................... 100,00 Tha~a~ving ................................................ 10.0~ Our Lady of the Holy Souls Pupils .......................... 5.00 Morrilton, Ark ......... mith .................................................. 5 Total .................................................................. $4,548,47 . ' BISHOP FITZGERALD BURSE " Very Rev. Monsignor A. P~ Gallagher, Mena, Ark ............ $100.00 ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY ALOMN| i ijR e This Burse is a foundat/on by the pr/ests who have been ordained from the Seminary and is open to the clergy and the people in general as a recognition of the present-day success of the faculty and the students of this important diocesan insti. tution. Previously acknowledged .................................................... $2,081.50 Bequest of Late Mrs. Bridffet Sinnott..._._~ ......................... 500.00 Alumnus 1923 ........................................................... 500.00 Alumnus 1916 ............................................................... 800.00 Miss Bridget Boyle, North Little Rock, Ark .......................... 1,000.00 Alumnus 1926 .......................................................................... 100.00 Alumnus 1917 ....................................................................... 100.00 Alumnus 1917 ........................................................... 100.00 The Catholic Daughters of America, Fort Smith, Ark ......... I00.00 Friends, Slovactown, Ark .............................................. 10.00 Thanksgiving, Hot Springs, Ark ................................................ 50.0~ Mr, W. B. Healey I00 O~ Alumnus 1922 .............................................................. ___._ 20:00 Ak~mnus 1925 .......................................................... $0.00 Alumnus 1926 ..................................................... $0.00 Alumnus 1916 ................................................. $0,00 Alavanus 1919 ......................................................... 20,00 Alumnus 1926 ...................................................... ~0.00 Alumnus 1922 .................. : ................................................. 50,00 Alumnus 1920 ................................................................. - ........... 40.00 . Total ....................................................................................... ~_$5,051.50 • SACRED HEART BURSE Gra*~eful Recipient of Favor~ ........................................................ $ I00.0~ Morrilton Friend ............................................... 8.0~ Grateful Recipient of Favors ........................................... 50.0~ Anonymous "Donation .................................................... 8.00 "Kindly" ........................... ~ ................................... 10.00 Recipient of Many Favors, cRae, Ark ................................ 10.00 Grateful Recipient of Favors, Memphis, Tenn ............................. 5.00 A Brockton Friend .............................................................. 100 Thanksgiving, Anonymous, Little Rock, Ark .......................... 25.00 Thanksgiving for Favors Received ......................................... 5.00 ,, " " • arish Kindly, Cathedral P ................................................. 5.00 A. J. P., Morrilton, Ark ...................................................... 8 00 Friend from Paris, Ark .............................................. -- ........ 4'00 Anonymous .................................................................. i~:~:::- 10:0; Thanksgiving for Favors Received ........................... $0 00 Thanksgiving, Anonymous, Pocahontas, Ark ............ ::::-:l.~'----.---~_ 2:00 Thanksgiving for Favors Received, Little Rock ...................... ~. 25.0¢ Thanksgiving for Favors Received, anonymous, Little Rock ......... 9-8.00 Mrs. Chas. Coleman, Little Rock ................................. 10 0~ Thanksgiving, Little Rock ............................................ _~_~ ...... 10"00 Total ................................................................................................. $3~0.00 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BURSE Arkansas K. of C. Councils, 1926 .............................. $ 392.00 ~rkansas K. of C. Councils, 1927 ............................. i.~-f.~i?:??f?~.-.~ff:~?~ 326,80 Total ............................ INFOR ................................................................. $ 718.80 MAT1ON AND DONATIONS Request for further information regarding ~ny or all ~ ~- ing to tho foundatioa of Burae~ and the benefit~ ~h~tred by eoatrlbuto~$ likewise all donations should be seat to the Rector, Rt. Rev. Mo~Mg~aor W. H. Aretz, St. John's Seminary.