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December 24, 1927     Arkansas Catholic
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December 24, 1927

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|iteratmre circulation. m~y have which virttsel. PP., XV. I A Cath]ic PaP~' lie a : Perpetual Miss~lk-" | Pope Leo Xlil. t ! "The Guardian in e~ff t I hme"--Our Mtte" ! The Official Organ of the Diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas ' I LITTLE ROCK, ARK., DECEMBER, 24, 1927 15 $100,O00,[LAYING OF CORNER AID TO FLOOD STONE OF CORPUS DISTRIBUTED W. C. News Service) Dec. 12.--Distribution gift of Pope Plus XI the Mississippi an, it ~s announced by A. Walsh, S. J. the Catholic Near East The first checks he said, have in the five states region. This is the first funds given by His general welfare of the $100,000 [or Offered by Pope Plus lean Hierarchy will sufferers be%vc,~n , at the most crib.i- tribulations, when lack of crops wi!l raost cruel hardships. to have the $100,- ttis Holiness come as gift ~to those beginning to feel the deprivation caused by Prof, Walsh ex- the money to the committee accepted the gift C RISTI COLLEGE An occasion of more than passing ~nterest was the laying of the corner stone, of the new Corpus Christi Col- lege, Corpus Christi, Texas, on Sun- day, December 11th, the construction of which building has been in prog- ress for some time as already report-- ed in these pages. The solemnities of the day began with a Pontifical High Mass at 10 o'clock in St. Patrick's Cathedral!. The Rt. Rev. Edward Burger~, 0. S. B., Ph.D., Abbot of New Subiaco Ab- bey, Subiaco, Ark., was the officiat- in~r prelate. A masterly sermon was delivered by the Rt. Rev. E. B. Led- vina, D. D., Bishop of Corpus Christi, in which His Lordship eloquently stressed the need of a solid Christian education. The officers of the Mass were: Rev. Paul M. Nahlen, 0. S. B., president of Corpus Christi College, Archpriest; Rev. C. Alvarez, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Corpus Christi, Texas; and Rev. G. Mauskens, chaplain of Spohn Sanitarium. Cor- pus Christi, Deacons of Honor; Rev. H. J. Schmidtner, and Rev. Joseph E. Sullivan of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Deacon and Subdeacon of the Mass; Rev. William H. Oberste, Acting Chancellor, Master of Ceremonies. In the afternoon at 3 o'clock with a flood states. The great number in attendance from committee are the Corpus Christi and neighboring cities, lg. Shaw, Archbishop the Rt. Rev. Abbot Edward Burgert, m; the Rt, Rev. John O. S B., Ph.D., blessed the corner of Little Rock, :ev. Cornelius Van de a, La.; the Jeanmard, Btshop the Rt. Rev, Bishop of Natchez, OF DIPLOMACY Press Gives Us a Deluge of "Bunk" and Propaganda. CK F. SCANLAN, in the Brooklyn (N. Y.) Tablet. have just dis- At last we are get- there. Who sup- Will Rogers plutocrat anxious the property and buffoon out to get anything off and And what news Dr. Morrow has Calles; Rogers is Words in Spanish a taste for tortil- Rogers and slaps a great s~ccess. Calles were not Were rolling in sallies. Here is so friends "kidding" Well fed soldiers OWes his skin. ul a humorous Rogers, or at sunrise." "Not Professional, "I SUnrise.,, of the serious trend er this. One of the to Calles: "What oUble about the "There is no replied the affable with the Mex- Church put religion here them out of the is to it!" in the papers of the Calles took Oae million dollar administration nonsense. of a building or going on in Mex- is practical- s are at every door. *rrow the great ir- water power Pal~ers added "they .ex- tend over nearly 600 acres." Imag- ine irrigation works of 600 acres, ahout the size of the little lake in Prospect Park. Could anything be more nauseat- ing than to read columns of such gush and slus about these medi- cine showmen, while red murder stalks behind the scenes? Read those eight letters starting on page one, read the other articles telling of moral and financial bankruptcy, to find out what is going on in Mexieo~ The U. S. Representatives are cover- ing" up the vilest of deeds with ham and eggs and cheap jokes. '