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December 22, 1923

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i . Page Twenty-four THE GUARDIAN CA00THOLIC ORLD NATIONAL CATHOLIC WELFARE COUNCIL NEWS SERVICE AMERICAN CONVENTS TO TRAIN NUNS FOR CHALDEA.--There are no sisterhoods in the Chaldean Church--the most ancient of the churches--ad American convents have offered to train forty Chaldean women who will afterwards go back and undertake teaching and social service work. The first batch, shom above, will arrive next month. The Chaldean Church suffered badly at the hands of the Turks. (Photo: Chaldean Rescue.) "TOMORROW WILL BE FRIDAY."A photographic version of a famous picture shows the tlne monks of Buckfast Abbey, England, down at a stream on their picturesque estate in Devonshire one of them has a rod and they all look contented, it is to be presumed that they are not relyinp the catch for the morrow's meal--unless the fishing is particularly good in Devonshire. (Wide [ TRIBUTE TO PEACE BY CHRISTIAN ARBITRATION 1 PRESIDENT OF CHARITIES,-- The Right Rev. Thomas J, Shahm D. D, Rector of Catholic University, was re-elected President of Nations/ Conference of Catholic Charities at meeting in Philadelphia. (Pictorial Press.) ARGENTINA AND CHILE were several times on the verge of war over the question of boundaries when, meeting on the common ground el: Cluristianity, they settled their differences and commemorated the peace by erect- ing a huge statue of Christ. Known as "The Christ of the Andes," it .stands on a mountain top between the two countries, 14,000 above the sea. It was made of old bronze cannon left by the Spaniards, and represents Christ blessing, the woi'l J'- (Keystone View Co.) KNIGHTS GIVE $7.5,000 TO STRICKEN JAPAN.--Supreme if.night James A. Flaherty (left) handing a check or $7.S0000 to Judge John Barton Payne. chairman of the American Red Cross. On the sht is D. J. Callahan, Supreme Treasurer of the Kntffhtu of Columbus. (Jndorwood and Underwood.). ARCHBISHOP ARRESTED BY POLES.--Msgr. Archbishop of Lemburg of the Ruthenian rite, recent [ca. was arrested by the Polish government on his return Europe. Early in the world war the Archbishop and his persecuted by the Russians for being Rutbenians, and been persecuted by the Poles for being Easterns. The arrest is surprising, as he was traveling on a Vatican port. (Keystone View Co.) [ AM_ERICANS FOR FOREIGN MORE AMERICAN MISSIONARIES have left homes behind to carry on the Church's mission abroad. brother and seen nuns, trained at Maryknoll, left Sal for the Far East. Above are (left to right): Brother (Philadelphia); Father T. A. O'Mella (Philadelphia); Fletcher (Fall River, Mass.); Father Patrick Cleary "rle last-named goes to Korea, and the others to China. Ferolgn Mission Society.) AUSTRIAN STATESMAN SAYS MASS.An unusual picture of Msgr. Selpel, the Austrian Chancellor. He is seen at Mass in 'the former royal palace of the Hapsburgs in Vienna. Msgr. Se[pei went to his country's aid in the hour of her greatest need, and it is generally admitted that he saved Austria from complete ruin. (Keystone View Co.) CHURCH BUILT A. D. 10S0 NEEDS ROOF.--The old church at Dittisham, England, built by Catholics and filched from them at the lLeformstion, has been closed because it needs a new roo. Photo shows tim Nm.mtm font--nearly nine hundred yoar old--and the door leed in8 tO tko "priest's hall, as it Is still called. Protastaltt sees, Jam wm Jtldd in the ehureh till reently. It is illumhmtod by oil lamps. (Photo- NEPHEW OF STATEsMAN.- Msgr. Ernest Windhorst, who died st Cincinnati, was nephew of Dr. Ludwig Wlndthont, founder of Cantor Party in Germany. SCORES RADIO SERMONS,-- Cardinal Duboh, of Paris, object, to broadeuting of mrmoas. He say! a sermon loses iuflnan whom spoken over rmdio. (Intm*L) SiX MARYKNOI of tha mission 'add right)t 8r. M. Dominie who hqve 8one to fae ,EaSt. They urn--bit! L. L), row: St.