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   Western World, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1921, Des Moines, Iowa                                Vol XVI riLE WESTERN WORLD THURSDAY JAXUAliY 20 15121 A CATHOLIC SCHOOL BOARD Right Rev Bishop Drumm In stitutes New Method in the Catholic Schools of Des Ytoines CONGRESSMEN FROM MICHIGAN Both Are ts est Member In House Of Representatives The Board to Pass on All Measures Pertaining to Educational Institu tions of the City By Right Rev T W Drumm D D They that instruct many to jus tice shall shine as stars for all eter nity Daniel 12 3 My dear Brethren This is the re ward promised by tho Holy Snirit tu teachers they Khali slilnc as stars In erftll may be added that Is about tUe only reward ot their work earthly wages is fit compensation Juire Registrar Ifon Wm P Itiley Counsel This Council will meet this week to ouHint plans for the work to lie accomplished durmg this yen p While en this topic permit me to upon you n few things gen tor tho character of the work they do They teach unto Justiceother of course they do tiot deserve Hie name of leachera It is a self sacrificing an ungrateful work the value of which Uifjr pupils do not appreciate until they have grown past the time of appreciation Tf this a true of al teachers how much more so of our unpaid tc who consecrate their whole Lives to hn little ones of the Church for noth but he pijtlmt God will Rive hem in the life Of fours thiu Is pay beyond price Mean time we must cooperate with tbcn1 to obtain the bout resttHs of thefr oir voted laliurs They avts workingfoi us fur our children for the Church or country and fur the glory of God iwawlfested lit future Christum eiti ell known The Church1 I nusslon Is lo teach the Lord sei His Auostles to teach all nations ihe Brai word in answer to the oue Ion is the catechism Why Ry N C W C News Service Wasliinstcm D 0 fan 17 Clar ence J MuLcoil the youngest member or the present House of Representa tives and OTIC of the most youthful who has ever sal in Congress is io be the Ruest of the Baltimore Dis irici of the Knights nf Co lumbus on January 20 Mr McUHiil is a Catholic Ho became 25 vears old on July 3 nnil wns there fore just lour month fi beyond t minimum constitutional ape lin when elected Many Knjgtits of Columbus Washington and the neighboring ties o Maryland will attend the ba rjuet and Fiilertainiaeal with it is intended to honor Hepresenl ttvc McLeoil A special tar will la1 a party from Washington to Bal more Mr McLeort was elected to tl House of Representatives last veniber Irom the Thirteenth illstrlcst which embraces tlte we side at Ilia city of Detroit Hfs eh tlfin was fill the unexplred tei the late Charles A Nichols He resent a tivu Hrennan who WHS elect tor the reKtilar term beginning Man 4 next nlso Is a Catholic McIcod is a mei her of Holy ItoaaTj parish Octroi He attended the parochial school Detroit Detroit University tho Ustitution and the Detroit Co Christ fuund the Church is f the rest we are noi unncorned here Her history In the held of education and her complete educational system today show earnest she It in carrying out that miswion The right lo suy how their children Bioll he educated belongs absolutely tohe parents who bore them ami upon whom rest the duty oducat Intr them and who will huve to an swer for that responsibility No g ernment can ever tnhe that right away ihnngh It may insist on having them tiiliicttied for and to the client only of its own pri For that purpose system lias hnen set ur by tne f the State and s maintai In Ies Molnes there has noglcict of Ihir co ojieralioa on our part We Eiavu liinU a few schools equipped thoni turned a lot of rhil drcn over to the goofl to ttacii ami irain them according o the besl of Jic inilividiiiil tifntliors or of tin Orders have splondiil tearliers who have obtained woudnrfiil results inn tliero has he lift altnmpls at unilhalian That tnual try lo rumudy now Ior this purpose nrincliiallyI call ed a meeting of all the of the Ifty at ihe on Junuary IIIu After dlsicnssiiHT every of the QiKistion it was unani innusly lo eslablirih a city Catholic Httionl liostii whicli hy ilits addltfon tit a tew ian be made inlo n school at any thin The iiurnosc of tlie llixml to restitute witli atithoritj all matters piirtnltiliifj to our Mihnols to coordi nate atj juto one untiled system to bring about uniformity of methods i examine adopt ami in 011 tattchlsin to appoin ho will vU1t anil port lo pash i hifi up coneornhiR iliCHP schijols snch for insitunceiM Hie locution constrnu nnd on cxlatlng school imr iitTi and the like cil intervals make il rojccl rccommendLLti to bo a clcurlrLR hoii school querul lsltlnff meet at ftut or s in n word ior ill Oalho to print a dululleil report of ill Kubnolt Hit jurisdiction at tht end ot BiMiolisitc year j The itoiird will conalnt or lie ISIfjbDji ihe prlnripnlft ot Catholic high AClnjols Ihu of parishes with tchoolrt attached ivlio irc by thnLfact atfon publli school ill lorn by iho very Construction anil rnntUMuiift of our Country the teach ing of religion is cxdmlcd The Church witli hcr knowledse of hunian HBMire at the very outset saw thai that would never lo and proceeded iiiiincihatcly lo with normoiii tost and sacrifice Its own educational rctiRion are woven into t oujIit tt without awahenliiR ihe iln divine rcsponsibill an CAsenthil iart of man iculLivated At flrsi it was no Pasy lilsh Q ir Dooplc see ihn necessity of such system or pnrfiuado them in ihrir pnverty to build and malntiin U wlilln ere anil a re con tri 11111 i ng to lie Jicliool system lint iiiey ime to realise ulmost unani the wJKilom of thn Cluirch ana others too heginnliij to he Catholic Hmrdi was ami is ripht now in foaterJiiR re JS fushnnls Niw the difficulty Co Rnt Catbolfcii io build and 3rt schools but to finid in heir eal In dohiK so and achnnli oml toichors rt fnr tho evr num IICT nf rhilrlren on ils of their m 1 nni being cnnstaiuly ask ivlcn ivHl we have a scfmril M lliat J1irisfl And Cathollrs l tuirlslKiis where they ofVfel nt a Cudinlh school K OF c MEETING Annual International Convention Se Held In San Francisco Du Ing August The fhirtrniirtlt nual international convention ot th Knights of Columbus will be held I San Francisco the first week in Ai Kiist This derision hns been by the SUN ach it board of directors POPE DENOUNCES STYLES Members Of oman Arlstt Crusatie Against Evil of Modern Fashion HomeIn receiving members o the Hainan nrislourauy fur tinn of their goori wishes on Kniphan wve Papo flcilvercrt in reminding them of the nccessliy o opDosinE indecent fashions and d es of pnbHc antl prii charily nnd of co ueritins with thnlfc enterprises in which the nc ily js called upon to work coun d direction His UuliiKss baiti them remember that nahle hirtli alom Is HDL sufficirnt preiKiraUoii for so ini jrtwut a task The Holy Father praised the wn ens activities now ilevelopjjjp fi linn of nobh jsillciJ the fx wlu was llu onian ladies llu n pic of St Jeroir lor 1 rnnw enJahlhh throe more srlionls In Ihe city now and several in other parts if il Iincesp lllt an nnt slffprst fo eomlncl them There IH the only illfflciilty necil many uore vocationa to the teaching ordert We nocd youiiR gfrla to consccraki hrlr Jhes In tiu toncFitng slsler wnilH will you funifsh Ihem rnv you mnv Io jo mcn oorn iitiited by lie Fluaid an5 ajijioinloil hv llic ItUhop Tlierc aro in tha y virtue of lighting Mhooln nine mem f thfilionrd whlflj wllli Jiy iinpnlntifis uiaVc eleven memliCri An i xocutlve of ihn Hoanl was firmed fmthe year 1021 willi on Mnrity over all matlorw wtaUi jiliove rnnitcll coiisihth of IU ttev T W Dnimm Ertstdnit F rfinlriiuin Hev J T nesH Seerelary Krv KJstir Ia Treaaiircr Mlaa Kutltorinc Mcl Htirdln MM olhc lay rcfommetiftcil Paiii for twiv innnlhrt iu the year Our tisiflnrs work twelve In he yoar leach Hip and aUendiiix MI miner sdinols with unfold luhnr nnd sucrffrcn nnd an crrirhnry seco woll rollKinus snnd all far ioI VVnJ lo the he mviT Kl It nftiTWiinls Ho will rromo tmi MR or ix busy and o llirouKh life religiously lopsided Pirltiitilly piraljaed am In sci br oiisi of his aiijj The Prince Colontia Ahsi tiftfal Thronu who dress of u rioting RECEIVES NEW TITLE Bishop Cinevln Appointed TitL Archbishop of Peluslum By Pope Benedict By N C w C Nows Service HonicMnnsignor j r HflRls Crne vlii whowrs us irifshop of 1itishiirfih ivas announriHl in ihe lirst of Dicenihpr has be en by Pope Urnedirt Til ular AnliliMiap of IohiHiuni Bishop anevins rotironirnl from his episcopal otYine MLS irciiupted ly 111 health vvhkli niinio It Impossible tnr him the affairs of the dlncoso The wia tendered last sprlnj but was nccieiit eil only after nlVortJi 10 induce iiiftvin o recfnwlifer Ms idtLiilron hadfailed WORKMENS HOUSES BLESSED tlty X C W C NtjKs Service boiiKCssi erenttiil by the Velffire Ihe so iiip ami simihiry homes at dis al of litworking people have Jut opiiieil Thu iMshop if Madrid ssnil new houses of tlie llciilory eeniinimlfiq wlilrh were DOY SCOUTS OF DENMARK X W r Xwt Sisrvicel Uny Hiou have Clitnislfil heir own roijiiisl svlth ihn rire III KHivcn nt lViiuh suhliers w 1hIr MOVIES REFORM ISJEMANDE Better Pictures League Talc Defimte Action for Reviewing and Infor CBy N C News Service New York Jan Practical aUp for the elevation of the moral to motion pictures were taken at th meeting of the Motion Picture Leiigi for lietter rictures held here fit lloti Plaza nnrl presided over by ChnrU A MeMahon head at tho moUonni tnre bureau of the National Jatholi Welfare Council A countrywide campaign for th elimination of the crime school th grossly suggestive and the ultramoi bid type of pictures was mapped oir This campaign will be conducted ui ilor the auspices of the Motion Pit ture Thfiatrlcal Association which wil endeavor io enlist the aid oE publi opinion in ils work aim the stop will tic the development m M P T Merit Seal which wil indicate a wholesome picture fo family attendance and on which th ob jec lion a bio entertainment tin dilution of prices admission so a to permit in ore frequent attendants entire families oni3 the opening to the public of on avenue of rank anil luinust publicity regarding con litinns within tUo industry Provisions For Censorship A resolution that a committee o1 Lve persons including one niemLxji jf tho M P T Association one the itrlcal representative and HT of Catholic Protestant ami Jew sh denominations bo natned to out ine pious Tor Ihe operation and information commission fhicb will view all current motioi dcture productions and disseminate nforrnallon relative thereto for thn Kuidance anI protection of the pub was passed This commission vilh work under the supervision ol he Motion Picture Theatrical Assoti ition and its representatives accord to the resolution would be ap pointed and paid by nationally rec religious civic welfare or ithical organizations The committee appointed includes nhn A Qulnn president of the M T A iprank Bacon reprcsejiiiujj he theatrical profession Mrs Sid Horg of the Federated Jewish Voimii Dr Robert Wutsim of tho National Federation of International nn lUiremi urting for the Proles inl church and Charles A llcMahnn f the Nallomil Catholic Welfare nnncll Iracthatly al he npeakeri eon einncil a majority of the motion dc ire plays now LiDiiiff offered Hie puh c as vicious inartistic and in inimy iises stupidly uiiIiiiDnjfiUiiK Ste hen IliiFb nioliimpictnrc editor of le Hillbnaril diehinul that the highly pinraLfecil uioLliuri of film proiliictfuii forced Uic exhibitors LO take the Irtnres offered tiy the producers was irsely tesinmfHjk for this romliiton fid urged that Hie be fnro u to intn lln open markets with fllm and ilanilinyant ad crlhhij of phl adlreriSld Hie hy tte tlir STATUE IS UNINJURED Statue of Blessed Virgin Stands In tact Amid Fiuins of Durned House ny X C W C News Service as France during the ins1iinces have been escape of rellgk properly has been wholly destroyed In Klllaloe County Clare the house of Q Mr MtrKali was burned Jjy Crown fortes Only ihe four walls left A statue of the Hlessed Virgin stand is inlatt The mortar un derneath and on each side of the sta tue was blown away ar remarkiibli recorded ot the emblems where CASTLE NOW ABBEY able iim1ecnth c ntrainst ill and he hitter part of the nineteenth century was essent iilly a iirngglo hctiveen the great re surrectioij of Catholicisinpippciiillv in the old tradition fi tlie eightcTnth century that Cutholj risni was dying and could he neglect ed Franco was the arena or that struj and the a to thf present day And what is true of France is alo largely true of Italy There is nnlhini more absurd than tn regard the fate of the Church as being in tlie hands of those who do many in desire to leave It undisturbed and are indiffer ent to its vitality or of those REVIVAL OF RELIGIOUS ART New Reiigmus Art in Louvre Exhibition Public Artists Present Group hy M M Mnsslnni CCorrespoudfHcu N C TV C Xews Service ParlF Jan STVhen in the spring of 192f ihe cor respond out of the X C c News Service described the achieved in the Salon lies Buaux Arts by tlie Section of Reli ATI stress was also laid on the would as co some in parts of He German fact hllt woul Empire nnil in Jfollantlare content be a cvery year Tl to accent t position of interioritv anJ public fflvor which maikeil th tutelar The future of tho Church first certalaly plea Benedictine Nuns Acquire The Foi mer Home Of Duke Of By X C C Jsews Service Castle Count nara one of the most beautiful res lences in Ireland occupied until y by the Duke of Manchester has IH come he Abbey of Kylemorc Th iistlo toRether with surrounding e ate of 10000 acres has become fit property of tho Irish Benedictine Nuns As far back as lie yoar lCfi lie Irish nonedictlnes flourished a Ipres in Flanders Summoned bici i Dublin at the end of Ihe 17th cen ury they wore endowed with all tin mvilegey of a royal abbey but soor iiditig themselves under tlie dcspo re regime of William of Orange thej I e filled lo nUiirn to their Fleimsl lome In the recent war the abhpy at Tpros wis Levelled to the ground Thf omuiuiitly fomifi n temporary home t Macmine Castle County Wexfnrii sow they liavo secured In Kyle more le an abbey which for acconim ins and splendor is notsurpass i Hi country cHisllswas hnilt bait a centu go hy the late Colonel KingHarma ixpenss was spared in its decor n fad tlie outlay way SQ great hat it reduced the owner almost tn gary The ensile was subset tie nt icimred Iy the Duke of Manchcs whose wife a daughter nf late lingerie Zimmerman of fin all UTURE OF CHURCH IN EUROPE reat Revival of Its Power in Nineteenth Most Vivid Amongst InsK and Poles with thoie countries where Cath olics rnamtain he fight attack their enemies and increase their strength upon the mini of society as a whole The Coeus ot that struggle is upon HVench soil and if France IKU beon defeated it would hev been a mortal wound to that out of which tion prows which iviliz i and Poles Catholic Hope ins his dictum to ils logical it would seem according that the fntunof the tn lies very much among the nnd the Poles Among both TWENTVSIX COUNTRIES Have Government Fteprcsenta es At of Twelve j Since Beginning of Wnr now represented diplomaicallr at tlie Holy Sec This is n of twelve countries since 1311 as shown by of ficial communications of the Vatican GOVERNMENT HONORS NUNS War Department Decorates Nuns Fo Services Daring Spanish Amcrfcan War lance This no rash forecast After the lapse of only a few months a new ejhibiiion ot Modern Christian Art has been inaugurated iu the Palais Ju Louvre ivtiieti is i government building The Director General Fine Arts represented the govern ment at the inaugural ceremony and presided Tho ivnlfoJtJoit was ar ranged hy the St John Society a Catholic organization established for restoration and the spreading of religious art in all its various forms On the day before its formal opening Cardinal Ihibois the new Archbishop of Paris visited the exhibition All Varieties at Religious Art Since the Salon of hist siirlnj the St John tCLoty has been successful in assembling more than 500 new irorks proifiitcd tiy somo 200 differ ent artists most of them Parisians ilioiiBh there can be found In the number also an Englishman a T3el ytan a Spaniard and Fjveral Swiss All the different varieties of religi ous art arr ropresnntcil In tin exhibi tion There are paintings whose sub jects nnd Inspirations are altogether rtllgtniis such as Sacred Hearts VIr Sins Celestial Visions and also large mural decorations intended to cover ihe pmirr wnlls of a chapel The I sreat irtist Georges Desvallieres ex j hiblts a similar composition called Redemption and Albert Hesnard director of the French School ot Rnino sent a large picture of Pope the war One Kcce Homo an Helie m nf their services during the SjianiwIiAinerirtu j in Ihe Divert jmd 1 Prophet Five other Sixers wlui Htrvcii Neat hy tho slatuary f Paul var and whn have since diud who made thr prealnst hit In the Kraves In Slninit StI lout Salon He Is a former sliepherfl specially Barked wlio obmine ihe medal fit Knvisiiinipiit TWO of the eightthis years Salon anil is nccountcil Mnry noIlahl j by all a seulplor of sieat gen Kane who entered ihe ontr in ius and Kistcr Berninlino Stone1 Sonin orcliifeotural ivorhs led their Nul ut the siir ins declared nlin Quinn Ihe Motion Ikmre Theatrical J elation rlhil the lustjinco esporimeiitat pliiiioplay written by imkniHirn uitlnnand with own autors in cast nnri nr in wHSitmt Ihu verifying U TiiK all prevln ukuiLo reoortLs he ileclwred A wnrnlHH iiKalnsl reforms Ihat busnd 111 a liicfe nf irHcHifieiieo d Information was siouuded bv tin lr 1iivy Silver f Ieatfu lit hpiscnpal Church of iho Incarn Jmmediate Action Promised The committee of five Mr Me Ma m suited ImmodiiUely will sLLulmut rntnlullns a rleflnite pliin of servko iJ iiifarmiUioi fur the further ron lornllon nt nntitm pittine nnd tlh riral nnynclaliinjs in order that n ineuiinj nuiy I nut inlo nrlU POPE DISTRIBUTES PRIZES ars Debates of Seminarians Watches And Money To Best Scholars On Kpiivtuuiy MollnoKs i1i piils Umiicw Scrntiiavv Ht loJms 11 nd m able Uio win nlnn ncit s im lie luis IliitTgcd l book and his iiiiny public lectiu Hie lopii of Huronc nnd llu Revival of Catholic Spirit Hnriiif thu tlKhliLiilh cintn Mr JHIm said rlie Ciu Chnrrh was in a MiKu at iltullno wluiti it wsis niiit iMimfunlly sunnuui hud lost in ujie impo IORFPR Kiiliiwt 01 ih eilucAiod classes fiiemhH and exioisd cli UevnlniJOTi upon tlio as thnuRh lluCiih ili in Kiiroiu was drstincd to A whole Mluxd f hiMory i of Dhlloinphy ImlmiK tt ly in Hi mm the dyinn a ily to be limmiiKULil to nnil Igion TVHospital or in u FRENCH CATHOLIC POET eceives Appointment As Amba tfor To Japan One of Most lin portant Diplomatic Posts Ty X f IV ninl if Pi Th chapels Diirii ings for r eh furniture richly als sold ntul silver are nts iit by iiiPdifval nit i Llhires altar dnths and tapesiTies 1 ComposUlons by Groups Uesirtes the se iva ri 1 e pieces or llinse f fin psifleil by series ot kind thl Tfy X f Xews Service thlr nr lls 1rt ensembles Paul Chuidtl one nf tlit 1limlKised by uf artists whn   

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