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4 #./* -.V ARCHDIOCESE OF ST. PAUL. Bishop Lawler'a Itinerary: During the week the Right Reverend Bishop Xiawler conferred the Sacrament of Confirmation at the following places: Willmar, Sunday, October 22 Kandi yohi, Monday, October 23 Clontarf, Tuesday, October 24 Clara City, Wed nesday, October 25 Madison, Friday, October 27. During the coming week he will Visit Bird Island on Sunday, October 29 Eden Valley, Friday, November 3 Manannah, Saturday, November 4 "Litchfield, Sunday, November 5. Guild of Catholic Women: The members of the Guild have organized a parliamentary. law class which met at the home of Mrs. H. T. Quinlan, 542 Ashland Avenue, last Tuesday morn ing. The class is in charge of Mrs. W. B. Lewis, of Minneapolis, who re cently lectured before the Guild on the value of such a course as a prepara tion for the proper conduct of the meetings of the society. The Guild has planned to make its •organization a departmental club this season. Owing to the great growth in membership and the present needs of the city it has proposed to broaden the scope of the work by dividing it Into sections so that each member may -engage in whatever makes the greatest appeal to her. a Frontenac: On October 21, three of the members of the Ursuline Commun ity at Villa Maria attained the silver jubilee of their religious profession— Mothers M. Agnes, Bernard and Jo seph. Owing to the recent death oif Mother Ursula no impressive cere monies marked the celebration of this event but in the chapel of the Villa they renewed the religious vows made a quarter of a century ago. The chapel was beautifully decorated for the oeca sion .and the choir rendered Rosewig's Mass. The celebrant was Rev. J. Burst, Chaplain of the institution, who In his sermon paid a tribute to the fidelity and beneficent activity of the jubilarians during the twenty-five years of their service in t&e, vineyard of the Master. Church of St. John: A two weeks' mission to be conducted by the Dom inican Fathers of Minneapolis, under the leadership of Rev. J. P. Moran, O. P., will begin at the Church of St. John, of which Rev. T. F. Gleason is pastor, on next Sunday, October 29. The first week will be for the women and the second week for the men. St. Joseph's Academy: The Rev. T. P. Gibbons, assistant pastor of the Church of St. Mary, delivered a lec ture to the pupils of the Academy last Tuesday. His subject was "Personal Impressions of Egypt," with the re ligious history and present condition of which he is quite familiar as a re sult of five years' residence in that country as Chaplain to the English forces stationed there. The Tabernacle Society: As a prep aration for the winter's work the members of the Tabernacle Society at tended Mass in the Cathedral at nine o'clock on October 20, during which the Blessed Sacrament was exposed for -the adoration of the faithful. The ex position continued during the day and was brought to aldose with a sermon and Solemn Benediction at four O'clock. The regular monthly meeting of the "Tabernacle Society will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 409 Cedar Street, on Friday, October 27, "from ten a. m. to four p. m., for* the transaction of whatever business may "be brought before its members. On Friday, November 10, the annual Mass of Requiem for the deceased members of the society will be cele brated at the Cathedral at half past nine o'clock. Church of St. Ambrose: The con cert which was to be given next Sunday evening in the Knights of Columbus Hall for the benefit of the new Italian Church of St. Ambrose on Bradley Street has been postponed until Wednesday evening, November 15. St. Mary's Hospital: The annual retreat for the nurses of St. Mary's Hospital, Minneapolis, was held dur ing the week. It opened on Monday •evening and closed on Friday morn ing and was conducted by the Rev. S. R. Brockbank, O. P., of the Holy Eosary Convent. The forty-five nurses "Who followed the exercises of the re treat listened to four lectures a day in addition to performing their ordi :liary duties in attending to the needs 4f their patients. DIOCESE OF CROOKSTON. Parish Improvements: St. Joseph's ^parish of Red Lake Falls is making ex Afensive interior improvements in both church and residence. The parish of Our Lady of Perpetual -Help of Gentilly is making prepara tions for the erection of a handsome church in the spring. Generous sub vacriptions are being received, Rev. E -Theillon, the pastor, leading with the £um of $5,000.00. FatherBoasna ofTarrebonne is dec- mmm HWIH \FROM OUR i\i't He will commence presbytery In the orating his church. the erection of a spring. The residence of Father Bouchard of Stephen is nearing completion. The mission of Euclid will, hence forth, be attended from St. Ann's par ish of Crookston. East Grand Forks: A grand bazaar is in progress, during this week, at East Grand Forks, the proceeds of which will be expended in the erection of a parochial school. The foundation is now completed and the school will be ready for occupaacy next Septem ber. Clerical Changes: The Reverend Stanislaus Beaulieu has been given charge of the parish of St. Ann of Blackduck, the mission of Tenstrike and the station of Farrely. The Reverend P. Hugo Tell, O. S. B.," was appointed to the pastorate of Cal laway and the mission of Ogema. These places were formerly attended by Reverend P. Magnus, O. S. B., of Mahnomen. Personal: Reverends J. A. Limmer and E. Lemire of Cloquet, formerly of the Cathedral of Duluth, were recent visitors at the Bishop's residence. The Very Reverend Aloysius Her manutz, O. S. B., V. G., Reverends W. Klinkhammer, Hugo Tell, O. S. B., Adolph Dingmann, O. S. B., and Paul Lefloch were callers at the Bishop's residence last week. The official visitors of the Sisters of St. Joseph are at present in Crookston, having arrived from France last Fri day. Reverend Albert Neganquet, former ly the Indian priest of White Earth, has returned to his Diocese in Okla homa. The Reverend Mother Alexia of the Order of St. Benedict of Duluth is vis iting her houses in the Diocese this week. The Knights of Columbus celebrated Columbus day most fittingly in tie Cathedral hall.- DOICESE OF DULUTH Grand Rapids: Mass was celebrated in St. Joseph's Church for the first time last Sunday. The church was built at a cost of $20,000 to replace the structure destroyed by fire some months ago. Father Buechler had a class of forty-eight children for First Communion on the opening day. Indoor Baseball League: The Cath olic Athletic Club entered the Indoor Baseball League last week. The other teams composing the league are the Y. M. C. A., the Young Men's Sodality of St. Clements, Kenney and Anker and the Catholic Club of Superior. Brother Justus was chosen secretary of the organization. St. Clement's' Church: The mem bers of St. Clement's parish have work ed loyally for some months preparing for the recent bazaar. The affair was well conducted and the results were entirely satisfactory. Father Augus tine and his assistant, Father Ray mond, passed a strenuous week. Personal: Rev. Joseph Larrigan, Rev. P. J. Ryan and Rev. John Crean, ordained last June at All Hallows, Dublin, are at the Cathedral. They have not yet been assigned. Father Killeen returned lately to his parish in International Falls after a sojourn of several months in Ireland. DIOCESE OF FARGO. Bishop's Appointments: Sunday, October 29, Confirmation at Larimore Sunday, November 5, Confirmation at Grafton and Crystal Sunday, Novem ber 12, dedication of St. Thomas Church,. Grandin November 30, In vestiture of Rt. Rev. Monsignor Lemieux with the purple robes of a Domestic Prelate at Grand Forks. Devils Lake: The Bishop will give Confirmation in St. Joseph's Church, Devils Lake, on the second Sunday in December. Hansboro: Father Edward Lee of Starkweather who founded and or ganized the new mission of Hansboro is making arrangements to build a five or six thousand dollar church there as sOon as weather conditions permit. Fingai: The old church at Fingal has been closed and services are held in the new school pending xne erec tion of a large brick structure to cost about forty, thousand dollars qeott spring. Oriska: Rev. T. L. Rabsteinek ar rived in Oriska on Thursday, Octo ber 19th. and held services there last Sunday. Next Sunday he will be in Buffalo. Fairmount: Father Bonaventure, O. S. B., of Richardton, N. D., preached the sermon during the Forty Hours Devotion held in St. Anthony's Church during the past week. Solemn High Mass was sung by Father Haupt of Coilia, Rather Duerr -at Lidger- exclusively to non-Cat holloa. wood, Deacon Father Gaydusek of Lidgerwood, Subdeacon, and Father McArdle of Cogswell, Master of Cere monies. In the sanctuary were Father Hepperele of Big Stone, Father Wilkes of Fingal, Father Schutz of Dumont, Father Ridder of Wahpeton and Father Meyer of Fairmount, pas tor of the parish. Fried: Rev. Francis Olszewski, the new pastor of Fried, arrived about a week ago and held services for the first time last Sunday. He is con templating th« erection of a parochial school. Wahpeton: Forty Hours' Devotion was conducted in St. John's Church the past week by Rev. Father Bona venture, O. S. B., of Richardton. His sermons were highly appreciated by all. All the services were well at tended, and several hundred received the Sacraments. DIOCESE OF LEAD. Plays at the Cathedral Institute: Believing that the theatre properly conducted is an uplifting influence as well as a legitimate form of needed recreation, it is thought to be within the scope of the Cathedral Institute to secure from time to time such plays as can be absolutely endorsed and recommended. The first attempt of this nature is to be made on the 27th of this month when the "Servant in the House" will be presented by the company playing in Deadwood on the previous evening. The Cathedral In stitute considers itself fortunate in securing so meritorious and so appro priate a play for its initial engage ment, and no doubt the opportunity will be appreciated by the discrimi nating people of Lead, who find it in convenient to visit the Deadwood theatre. If the supposition proves correct similar opportunities will be offered in the future as' often as at tractions of equal merit can be secured. .. Bishop's Itinerary: The^Right Rev. Bishop Busch will administer the Sac rament of Confirmation during the month of November in the following places: at Fairfax on the 15th inst at Bonesteel on the 16th at Burke on the 17th at Carlock on the 18th and at Gregory on Sunday the 19th thence the Bishop will go to Tripp County and Confirm at Colome on the 20th at Winner on the 21st and 22nd. The people at these different places will have an opportunity to meet the Right Rev. Bishop and listen to his words of advice and encouragement. Personal: The Right Rev. Bishop Busch was one of the Lead committee whp met President Taft on his recent visit to the Black Hills, accompany^ ing the presidential party as far as. Rapid City. There the Bishop opened a week's mission at the Immaculate Conception Church on Sunday, the 22nd inst and was assisted during the week by the Rev. Wm. Colbert, pastor of the Cathedral. Among the callers at the Bishop's residence during the "week were Fathers Noesen of Deadwood Colum ban of Sturgis Dube of Spearfish, and McCarthy of Hot Springs. The entertainment given by the young ladies' sodality in the Cathedral Institute, Wednesday evening, the 18th inst., was weH attended consid ering the inclemency of-the weather and the short notice given their friends. Rev. Edmond Dacier has been ap pointed by the Right Rev. Bishop as chaplain of Our Lady of Lourdes Hos pital, Hot Springs, to succeed the Rev. T. J. McCarthy lately transferred to the Mission House at Washington, D. C. Isabel: A new organ, the gift of Mrs. Kipp, has been placed in St. Mary's church and High Mass was sung for the first time Sunday the 8th of October. The congregation at this point is -very thriving and a goodly number of farmers are making it their future home. Hot Springs: The Rev. T. J. Mc Carthy, for the past nine months chaplain to Our Lady of Lourdes Hos pital, left Saturday the 21st, for the Mission House at Washington, D. C., where he will take up the course in lecturing and preaching for the next yeaj. His place at the Springs has been taken by the Rev. Edmond Dacier, lately of Beulah, Wyo. DIOCESE OF SIOUX FALLS. Madison: The Right Rev. Bishop administered the Sacrament of Con firmation in St. Thomas' Church lately and was assisted by Mgr. Flynn, V. G. Dean Collins Qf Ramona and Fathers Martyn, Bonneterre and Caine. The Bishop, after complimenting the people on their new church, urged the neces sity of building a school. Bishop O'Gor man also administered Confirmation at Ramona and Howard. At the latter place he was assisted by Rev. Thos. Stecher. Colman: The Rt Rev. Bishop has been pleased to appoint Rev. J. Caine pastor at this place with St. Michaels, Moody County, as a mission. A beauti ful new residence for the pastor has just been erected at Colman. De Smet: The Sioux Falls Diocesan band of missionaries. Fathers Mon aghan and Brady, opened a two weeks' mission on Sunday last in St. Thomas' Church. Next week will be devoted THE CATHOLIC BULLETIN, OCTOBER 28,1911. Sioux Falls: The Sacrament of Con firmation was administered by our Right Rev. Bishop to a large class of boys and girls at St. Michael's Pro Cathedral on Sunday last. He was as sisted by the Very Rev. Wm. Nolan, pastor, and the Rev. B. 3. Birkle. Letcher: At their annual supper held here on Saturday night the Cath olic ladies realized $105.00. A large crowd attended. The congregation is composed of twenty-five families. Estelline: The good people of St. Francis of Sales parish held a gala day celebration yesterday and a large crowd attended. The proceeds were applied towards the purchase of elec tric lights for the church. Britton: The Very Rev. Dean Der mody of the Sacred Heart Church, Aberdeen, visited Rev. E. M. Loftus at Britton lately. He accompanied the latter by auto to one of his most dis (tant missions, where special services were held. Brookings: The Rev. William Shean was visited last week by Dean Carlin of Tracy, Minn., on his return from Huron,.where he also was the guest of Dean Desmond of St. Martin's Church. Personal: Rev. Father Loftus is at present absent on vacation. He Wilt be gone three weeks. DIOCESE OF ST. CLOUD. Cathedral: Rt. Rev. Abbot Innocent Wolf, O. S. B., of Atchison, Kans., ac companied by Abbot Peter Engel, O. S. B., of St. John's Abbey, were welcome visitors at the Bishop's residence last week. The enrollment at the Cathedral high school is now sixty-five pupils. The assembly room is overcrowded and with the number of pupils in the grades increasing from year to year, clearly indicates the necessity of other arrangements for the accommodation of the pupils of our Catholic schools in St. Cloud. St. Nicholas: Beautiful art stained glass windows have been installed in the Church of St. Nicholas. The Men's Society has erected a fitting monument in the Catholic cemetery in memory of the late Father Thomas Fassbind. Confirmation was administered here last Tuesday to a large class by the Rt. Rev. Bishop. St. Raphael's Hospital: Father Shoeder, O- P., of Holy Rosary Church, Minneapolis, is conducting a retreat for the nurses of the hospital this week. The exercises come to a close on next Sunday. Father Shoeder will also preach the sermon at the late Mass in the Cathedral next Sunday. Personal: Father Van Dinter of Ottamla, Minn., is confined to his room in St. Raphael's Hospital, St. Cloud, where he is taking treatment. He hopes soon again to be restored to complete health and to be able to at tend to his missions. Tintah: On Monday the 16th inst., the Patron Feast of St. Gall's Church was duly celebrated. At ten o'clock Solemn High Mass was sung by Rev. Father Gumper of Breckenridge, as sisted by Rev. Father Ridder of Wah peton as Deacon, and Father Hoff mann, the pastor, as Sub-deacon. Fa ther Ridder delivered a beautiful ser mon on the meaning of our Churches, choosing as his text, Gen. 27,17: "How terrible is this place, this is no other but the house of God, and the gate of Heaven." DIOCESE OF WINONA. Winona: At the meeting of the City Council last Monday a compro mise was adopted in regard to the petition for the closing of Wabasha Street between Cummings and Vila Streets, for th§ benefit of the Winona Seminary. The center of the street will remain open* for public travel with the exception of heavy teaming, and in view of the contemplated erec tion of a new building, the seminary is given the use of the rest of the street for park purposes. The semi nary will be allowed to erect arches over that part of the street reserved for travel, the design to be first ap proved by the council. Whenever there' are special functions at the seminary this block will be closed to public traffic. Winona Ladies' Seminary: The first sod for the new building which the Seminary will add to its equip ment was turned on October 24, by the Rev. F. T. English, who repre sented the Right Reverend Bishop Heffron who, owing to illness, was unable to attend. Father "T w y D. JQJI.y H. .DOJJOHTTE. ,Tr. English gave a brief history of the Seminary and its prospects, and Rev. T. F. O'Connor, chaplain of the institution, delivered a brief address. Albert Lea: A new council of the Knights of Columbus will be organized at Albert Lea, on Sunday, October 29. The required membership has already been secured and there is prospect of a large attendance of Knights from the neighboring councils in Minnesota and northern. Iowa. The candidates and visiting Knights will attend High Mass at St. Theodore's Church, and the flegree work will be exemplified in the afternoon under the direction of District Deputy F. M. Caliinan, of Austin, the evening there will be a banquet after which a number of ad dresses will be delivered. V OPPORTUNITIES THAT WAIT. C. Rugg, President Wij'y did not Napoleon have an automobile Plato a telephone Alexander a phonograph or Cleopatra a steam yacht? Hot water has always made steam. If men had known enough to apply the principles these conveniences would have been possible in their day. The field of manufacture, commerce, etc, is awaiting the master-hand to utilize forces now well known. Why not grasp the opportunity now presented? The next step will open the door. You cannot afford to wait. This school will open golden chances for you. By starting this month you will save time and money, and be in the lead. 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