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ARCHDIOCESE OF ST. PAUL Church of St. Louis: The Most Reverend Archbishop will administer Itm Sacrament of Confirmation in the Church of St. Louis, St. Paul, next Sunday, May 2. Brother Baldwin'* Visit: Brother Baldwin, P. S. C., former Director of Novices fit the Motherhouse of the ^Christian Rrothers, Glencoe, Mo., is in St. Paul for the purpose of seeking recruits for the Institute. He is stay ing with the Brothers at Cretin High School where he may be interviewed by boys and young men who desire to join the Christian Brothers. Before ..leaving he will visit a number of par ishes in the Diocese of St. Paul for the purpose of arousing interest in the work of the Christian Brothers and securing subjects for the novitiate. College of St. Thomas: The annual banquet of the alumni of the Depart ment of Commerce will be held at the West Hotel, Minneapolis, on the even ing of June 9. The bi-monthly examinations in the different departments were held on the 2€, 27 And 2S. Durittj the past week Dr. Walsh of New York was a guest at the College. .. Jie delivered a lecture on "The Med ical Aspect of the War," a theme -which he treated with much freshness and interest. College of St. Catherine: The ex aminations in the art classes were conducted last Monday afternoon, April 26, by Mr. Pousette Dart of the Art Institute, St. Paul. An exhibit of work done by the students during the semester will be placed on the walls of the studio. The third in the series of health talks given at. the College this semes ter was delivered by Dr. 11. J. O'Brieh on Wednesday evening, April 28. On Thursday evening, April 29, the Rev. J. M. Reardon gave a talk to the stu dents on "Some Wonders of An Un seen World." Tabernacle 8oci6ty: The Right Reverend Bishop Lawler will acmress the members of the Tabernacle So ciety at their meeting in the Arcanum Halis, St. Paul, on Friday afternoon, April 30. This will be the last meet ing of the Society for the year. The Work of next year will be resumed in September. Guild of Catholic Women: Mrs. M. J. McFadden was re-elected Chairman of the Juvenile Court Department of the Guild at the annual meeting held on Friday, April 2.'!. The report made t-,*m that occasion showed that more ijlfr0" $900 had been expended by this department during the year. The Other officers elected were, Miss Monica Keating, vice chairman Mrs. E. C. Ives, secretary, and Mrs. E. H. Boftland, treasurer. The members of the Guild will be entertained at tea on Friday after noon, April 30, at the home of Mrs. E. C. Ives, 783 Carroll Street. A vocal *nd instrumental program will be ren dered on that occasion. A meeting of the Executive Board will be'held next Saturday at 10 A. M., in the Wilder Building, and Monday afternoon at. half past two o'clock the officers for the coming year will be installed. An address will be deliv ered by Father Donalioe after which refreshments will be served and a social hour enjoyed. 8t. Agatha's Conservatory: Miss Annie B. Neely, with Frederick Becker at. the piano, gave a charming song recital on Saturday afternoon. Miss Neely's artistic and thoroughly musical rendering of her songs, her rich and sympathetic voice and her very clear enunciation won much sincere ap plause from her interested listeners Frederick Becker, a favorite with St Agatha audiences, played with his usual good style. Knights of Columbus State Conven tlon: The State Convention of the Knights of Columbus, which meets this year at St. Peter, Minn., will be held on Tuesday, May 11. It will be attended by the State Officers and two delegates from the fifty Councils •within its jurisdiction. At present the Order has a membership of 10,000 in the State. Church of St. Matthew: A cast of eleven young women, members of the Young Ladies' Society of St. Matthew's Church, St. Paul, presented a play "Julia," depicting the struggles be tween the early Christians and the heathen, in the parochial school hall on the evening of April 25. The pro ceeds are for the work of the Society National Congress of Mothers: The National Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Associations, for the purpose of promoting child welfare in the homej school, church and state •will hold its National Congress in St Paul on May 3 and 4. The principal meeting will take place at the Central High School on the evening of May Addresses will be delivered by Gov ernor Hammond and Mrs. Frederick K. Schoff, Philadelphia, National Pres ident. Mrs. W. J. Logue of St Paul is President of the local Mothers Council and chairman of the commit tee on arrangements. A state branch of the organization will soon be formed /and all who are interested in the work of the Association should attend the meetings. SPECIAL s Pro-Cathedral of St. Mary: A May procession bv the children of the Pro Cathedral School of St. Mary, Minne apolis, will Take place Sunday after ^noon. May 2, at half past three. The children will march from the school to he Pro-Cathedral, where hymns in honor of the Mother of God will be sung by them and her statue in the sanctuary will be crowned as Queen of the May. On Tuesday evening the Rev. T. E. Cullen, pastor of the Pro-Cathedral, was presented with a check for $1,842.25, the proceeds of a play staged on March 17 by the Amphion Club, composed of the young people of the parish. The fund will be used for the beautification of the Pro-Cathedral grounds. The presentation was made by Rev. F. T. J. Burns, director of the club, at a complimentary dinner given by Father Cullen to the members as- a mark of appreciation for the work done during the year. Church of the Holy Rosary: The choir of the Holy Rosary Church, Minneapolis, composed of fifty trained voices, presented the operetta, "A Nautical Knot" in the parish hall on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, April 27 afid 28. The members of Division No. fi, A. O. H., received Holy Communion in a body on Sunday* April 25, at the half past seven o'clock Mass. On May 5, they will entertain the members of the Ladies' Auxiliary. The Very Rev. J. A. Sheil,*' O. P., pastor of the parish, will deliver an address. The Rev. C. M. Thuente, O. P., and Rev. S. R. Brockbank, O. P., closed a two-weeks' mission in the Church of St. Joseph, Hancock, Mich., on Sun day, April 25. Church of St. Elizabeth: Right Rev erend Bishop Lawler will administer Confirmation in the Church of St. Elizabeth, Minneapolis, on Sunday, May 2. About one hundred children are preparing to be confirmed. "Pierre of the Plains," the drama given last week in St. Elizabeth's Hall, brought nearly every one, young and old, to this production of the parish dramatic club. It was particularly gratifying to the pastor, Reverend Henry Scherer, to note the large num ber of priests who were present both nights. About twenty of them attend ed. Visiting Sisters of St. Dominic: Mother Mary Samuel, Mother General of the Sisters of the Third Order of St. Dominic, whose Motherhouse is at Sinsinawa, Wisconsin, has been visit ing in the Twin Cities during the week. She is accompanied by the Visitor of the Order, Sister M. Cath erine De Ricci. The Mother General and Sister De Ricci inspected the Holy Rosary School and the Incarnation School of Minneapolis, both of which are in charge of the Dominican Sis ters. League .of Catholic Women: The neighborhood house in Northeast Minneapolis, which the League has been planning for two years, is at last, under way. The plans are completed for a $6,000 building at the corner of Pierce Street and Broadway. The architect is C. Le Roy Kinport of Min neapolis. Mr. Kinport, though a non Catholic, admires the work being done in Northeast Minneapolis under the direction of Mrs. Barry, and donated the plans. The excavation for the foundation was begun last week. There will be a full basement 36 feet wide and 72 feet long constructed of cement It will contain separate club rooms for boys and girls, shower rooms, a sewing room and a large domestic science room. The one floor above the basement will be a large hall with a stage at one end. Near the entrance there is an office and a reception room The ceiling is high enough to admit of gymnastic equipment. It is planned to have the building completed by September. Church of the Incarnation: The pupils of the Incarnation School of Minneapolis recently purchased a Vic trola which is being used in the mili tary drill of the boys and in the gym nasium classes of the girls. When the pupils learned that the music of the best Victrolas might aid them in these classes they at once set to work in various ways to raise the money and with but little direction from the Sisters they soon succeeded in the en terprise. The military drill was be gun among the members of the boys sodality last October. The work was organized and conducted by Stanley Donahue, a cadet sergeant of St Thomas College, St. Paul, until the school officers themselves became familiar enough with the drill to take charge. The gymnastic work of the girls consists of calisthenics and folk dancing. The instruction is given each week by Miss Vibrance and Miss Burns, who find the new Victrola great aid in the rhythmic exercises they teach. The boys, too, take much delight in marching to the military music of the Victrola. De La Salle Institute: Last week the reports for the third quarter of the session were read to the assem bled school. Before hearing their per centages in their studies the students were instructed and entertained by an address from the director. An ardent solicitude for the future welfare of the young gentlemen characterized the words of the speaker who was listened to with close and eager attention. St. Louis Park: The Catholic women of St. Louis Park have organ ized a Willing Workers society and hope to accomplish much for the cause of religion by organized effort and mutual encouragement. At the meet ing held on Thursday, April 22, Rev. F. Audus, pastor of St. Mary's Church, Hopkins, gave an address in which he pointed out the means by which they could accomplish this object. Stillwater: The Right Reverend Bishop Lawler administered the Sacra ment of Confirmation in* the Church of St. Mary, of which Rev. Conrad Glatz maier, O. S. B., is pastor, after the late Mass last Sunday. There were about eighty confirmed and on behalf of the class a check for $50.00 was contributed to the new Cathedral Building Fund, in the afternoon the Bishop gave Confirmation in the Church of St. Michael to a class of 220 children from St. Michael's parish and from the parish of St. Joseph (French). The children of St. Michael's presented him with a check for $90.00, and those of St. Joseph's with a check for $2.r.00, to be added to the new Cathedral Building Fund. Red Wing: The Dramatic Club of the Church of St. Stephen, Minne apolis, staged the comedy-drama en titled, "Niobe, All Smiles," under the auspices of St.. Joseph's Church on Friday evening, April 23. The play was successfully produced on several occasions in Minneapolis for the benefit of St. Stephen's parochial school fund under the direction of George Pauly, and the members of the cast received generous support when they appeared in Red Wing where their pastor, Father Gaughan, labored for many years. Marshall: The work of excavating for the foundation of the new Church of the Holy Redeemer is completed and the construction will now be car ried on as rapidly as possible in order that the church may be ready for occupancy at New Year's. Shakopee: A large class of candi dates received the honors of Knight hood under the auspices of the local Council on Sunday afternoon, April 25. The degree work was exemplified by team from St. Paul under the direc tion of Past District Deputy Martin J. Ryan. In the evening a banquet was served in the Opera House by the So ciety of Christian Mothers and St. Rose Society of St. Mark's Church. Several hundred people, including the members of the Council and their wives and the visiting Knights from the Twin Cities and neighboring towns, partook of the banquet. At its conclusion a program of addresses, interspersed with vocal and instru mental selections, was carried out un der the direction of the toastmaster, Mr. Duffy. In the morning the mem bers of the Council, the candidates and visitors attended the late Mass in body at the Church of St. Mark of which the Right Reverend Mgr. Plut is pastor. Northfield: Professor Lehnerts of the University of Minnesota, delivered his lecture on "Minnesota, the Heart of Our Continent," at the Auditorium on Wednesday evening, April 21, un der the auspices of the local Council of the Knights of Columbus. It was attended by about four hundred. He also spoke to the students at Carleton College in the forenoon and at the High School in the afternoon. On Friday evening, April 29, Mr. Peter W. Collins of Chelsea, Mass., delivered his lecture on "The Menace of Socialism" before a large audience under the auspices of the Knights. Northfield Council will add ten can didates to the class which will be in itiated in Faribault on Sunday after noon, May 2. M0CESE OF D0L0TH. Duluth: Last week a series of mis sion sermons was given in the Church of St. Peter for the Italians of Duluth, by Rev. E. J. Mullaly, C. S. P., of Chi cago. The previous week a mission in Italian was preached by the Rev. Ercole Dominicis, pastor of the Italian Church of the Immaculate Conception, Hibbing. During the week Father Mullaly also delivered a series of noon day lectures at the Lyceum Theatre on the doctrines of the Catholic Church. These lectures were open to the general public. Chisholm: The week's mission in the Church of St. Joseph, which closed on Sunday, April 25, was preached by the Rev. R. F. Larpenteur, O. P., and the Rev. Francis O'Neill, O. P., of the Holy Rosary Convent, Minneapolis This week, Father Cazimir, O. F. M., of New York City, is conducting a mis sion for the Slovenians of the parish, which will close next Sunday, May 2. Brainerd: The members of Division No. 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibern ians, received Holy Communion in a body at the eight o'clock Mass in the Church of St. Francis o£ Assisi on Sun day, April 25. International Falls: On April 14 Professor Lehnerts of the University of Minnesota, delivered his lecture on the "Making of Minnesota" under the auspices of the local Council of the Knights of Columbus. It was largely attended and much appreciated by all present. On Sunday afternoon, April 25, class of fifty candidates was initiated into the International Falls Council of the Knights of Columbus. DIOCESE OF FABGO, DtoceMii Cormpoideati Rev. V. J. Ryan. (08 Broadway, Fargo, N. D. Bishop's Appointments: Sunday, May 2, Confirmation at St. Catherine's Church, Valley City Sunday, May Confirmation at Sacred Heart Church Carrington Thursday, May 13, Con firmation at St. Aloysius' Church, Lis bon Sunday, May 16, dedication of the new St. Mary's Church at Park River Sunday, May 23, Confirmation at St. Mary's Cathedral, Fargo Sunday, May 30, Confirmation at Kensal and dedication of new church Thursday, June 3, Confirmation at Lankin and Bechyne and blessing of Church at Lankin Thursday, June 10, Confirma tion at St. Boniface's of Trier. Grand Forks: Rev. C. M. Thuente, O. P., and Rev. Francis 0*XeIH, O. P., of Holy Rosary Church, Minneapolis, will open a week's mission at St. Michael's Pro-Cathedral on Sunday, May 16. The plans for the new St. Mary's Church have been completed and the THE CATHOLIC BULLETIN, MXY 1. 191». cChn BLESSED VIRGIN NUMBER. ©i S. v Ciir annunciation Thorne: Rev. Jii H. Pepin-Lachance has been assigned to St. Michael's Church of Thorne in the absence of the pastor, Rev. J,..F. Trepanier. BI0CESE OF SIOUX FALLS Woonsocket: The cornerstone of the new church, under the patronage of the Holy Heart of Mary, was laid on Wednesday, April 28, by the Right Reverend Bishop O'Gorman, of Sioux Falls. The new edifice will cost about $60,000. A class of eighty children re ceived the Sacrament of Confirmation on that occasion. The parish is in charge of the Eudist Fathers. Mitchell: Maher Council of the Knights of Columbus added a class of sixty to its membership as a result of the initiation held on Sunday after noon, April 2 "), under the direction of State Deputy E. G. Dunn, and a team from Mason City, la. In the forenoon the members of the Council, the can didates and visiting Knights from the surrounding towns, were present in a body at the Solemn High Mass cele brated in the Church of the Holy Fam ily, of which the Rev. C. E. O'Flaherty is pastor. In the evening a banquet was served in the City Hall by the women of the parish. State Deputy J. R. Dalton of Woonsocket presided and addresses were delivered by Father Breen, President of Columbus College, Chamberlain Father Monalian of Parker, and the Hon. E. G. Dunn of Iowa. A musical program was also rendered. The intermediate and elementary classes in piano at the Notre Dame Academy gave a recital on Friday aft ernoon, April 23, in the study hall un der the direction of Miss Bern ice Frost. Chamberlain: Class organizations have become very popular at Colum bus College. The first and second year English classes organized recent ly and gave a very pleasing program consisting of oratorical, instrumental and vocal selections and three dra matic playlets of one act each. The names of the playlets were: "Poor Jim," "The Haunted House," and "The Sign of the Rose." The entertainment was under the direction of Mr. C. J. Schilling, the English professor of the classes. The program rendered "was a great success in every way and it is hoped that class organizations of this kind will flourish in the future. The officers are: R. J. Frick, presi dent M. E. Griffin, vice president M. A. Mernaugh, secretary and treasurer. The Rivard Dramatic Society gave its second annual banquet on Thurs day, April 22. The college faculty, several guests of honor and the forty two members of the society were al1 present, making in all about sixty peo ple. The house pttysician. Dr. Treon and Hon. E. R, Slifer, both of Cham mM air, 4. z $ •m t# MAY COVER OF EXTENSION MAGAZINE work of excavating for the new build ing will commence in a few days/ i In addition to the splendid and beautifully illustrated special features pertaining to the Blessed Virgin, the May Number of Extension Magazine contains short stories and a serial story special articles on subjects in which you are interested also Missionary articles the Quesion Box Household Departments—Pattern, Embroidery, Cooking Children's page, etc. EXTENSION MAGAZINE Fargo: The Cathedral Club gave a very fine presentation of the. drama, "Three Hats," on Wednesday evening, April 21, at the club rooms on Sixth Avenue North. A good sized crowd at tended and a neat sum was realized to apply on the debt. Has nearly A MILLION READERS ARE.YOU ONE OF THEM? THE JUNE NUMBER STi 5A™V™™ek»-.' berlain, were among the guests of honor. An interesting program of vocal and musical numbers was pre sented under the direction of the toast master, C. J. Schilling. The Eivard Society has come to stay and we trust that its banquets will also be per manent features of the school year. DIOCESE OF WINONA Wabasha: The Rev. J. J. Glendon has been appointed chaplain of St. Joseph's Orphanage in succession to the Rev. W. B. Bender, who has gone to Seattle, Wash. Plainvieyv: The work of fitting up the basement of the St. Joachim's Church is progressing rapidly. The walls are being plastered, cement floors are being put in and the front part will be partitioned off into a large entertainment room ,in the rear of which will be a dining room and kitch en and a meeting room for parochial societies anu organizations. Fairmont: The Knights of Colum bus of Fairmont Council have made arrangements to station one of their number in the vestibule of St. Paul's Church each Sunday, where he will have charge of the distribution of Catholic pamphlets, papers, etc., which will be given to the members of the congregation. Elnrlhnf looks Brief Reviews and Notices The New Laity and the Old Standards: By H. J. Desmond. Published by John Joseph McVey, Philadelphia. Price, r0 cents. The sub-title—Hints and Sugges tions for Those Who Would Be Doers of the Word—indicates the purpose the author had in mind in his work, namely, to suggest ways and means of stimulating and cultivating the growth of an efficient, loyal, and intelligent Catholic laity -who will make the influ ence of Catholic ideals and standards of life and conduct felt in this age of democracy. The points which he em phasizes need to be insisted upon more and more, not because they are unfamiliar to the intelligent Catholic, but because they are so elementary that they are likely to be overlooked or, at least, passed over without suffi cient advertence to their value as fac tors in making the Church better known and her children more highly esteemed. It is a book that stimulates thought and can be read with pleasure and profit by Catholics in every walk of life. The Ragged Messenger: By W. B. Maxwell. Published by Bobbs-Mer rill Company, New York. Price, $1.35 net. Th3 story is an attempt to depict the contrast between wealth and pov erty under the conditions of civiliza tion that obtain today. John Morton, *he central figure, cherishes the de usion that he is another Messiah—the *mad Messiah" the mob calls him— through whom another marvellous V/ ',*/' 'V j-V, THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LOVE rCLi IN THE WORLD Name jjlreet Address Do You Know Mint it is You will find it, beautifully illustrated, in the May number which is a special "Blessed Virgin Number", of Extension Magazine the Catholic National Monthly* The price of a single copy of Extension Magazine is 20 cents, but because we are anxious that all Catholic men and women, not now acquainted with our publication, may become familiar with it, we have decided 'to offer the readers of THE CATHOLIC BULLETIN an opportunity to secure this splendid special number "for only 5 cents on condition however that they use the cou pon below. Adress EXTENSION MAGAZINE (Dept. C) DRAWER S., Dept. Date EXTENSION MAGAZINE Drawer S., Chicago, 111. Round About Home: Irish Scenes and Memories. By Rev. P. J. Carroll, C. S. C. Published by the Ave Maria Press, Notre Dame, Ind. Price, $1.00. These reminiscences of boyhood in Ireland are redolent of the spirit and customs of the people in the rural dis tricts whose every-day life they' por tray. Even those who have never set foot on the green sward of the old land will read with pleasure and profit these pages depicting, as they do, the times of our forefathers with a sym pathetic interest and fidelity to life which show how thoroughly the author understands Irish character. He shows us the Irish peasant as he is—unas suming, kind, big-hearted, spiritual, devoted to home and country and loyal to friends—a type worthy of imita tion. The Secret of Pocomoke: By Mary T. W'aggamann. Published by the Ave Maria Press, Notre Dame, Ind. Price, 75 cents. The is a companion volume to "Billy Boy" and, like it, a story that appeals to adults as well as to youth ful readers. The fascinating heroine, familiarly known as "Pat," has a charming personality and a vivacity which makes her a friend of all with whom *she comes in contact. Her fidelity to the Catholic faith in the midst of trials is admirably portrayed. It is a wholesome, uplifting story, espe cially for young people. The Negro Year Book: Edited by M. N. Work. Published by the Tuske gee Institute, Ala. Price, 25 cents. This compilation of statistics and other matter relative to the status of the Negro in the United States sets forth the achievement of the colored people along various lines of endeavor and tells what is being done to ad vance their interests. Only three pages are devoted to what is being done by the Catholic Church for her colored children. In this the compila tion is lamentably incomplete. The next issue should remedy this defect. SAINT CLARA COLLEGE. Recitals were given during the past week at S£T Clara College, Sinsinawa, Wisconsin, by Miss Marie Wendland, Miss Agnes Ruelle and Miss Gene vieve Maddigan, of the Department of Dramatic Art, and by Miss Helen Reilly and Miss Marie Kuchenberg of tfce Department of Music. Y CHICAGO, ILL. Gentlemen:—I am enclosing with this coupon 5 cents. (Send coin or stamps.) Please send me "The Blessed Virgin Number", containing "The Most Beautiful Love Poem in the World". (WRITE PLAINLY) City. State.. message, or rather a re-statem,ent of that promulgated by the Saviour Him self, is again given to the world. He preaches self-sacrifice and practices it to the heroic extent of giving away an inherited fortune to erect a magnifi cent social center where the outcast women of the street are given a home and reformed by his teaching. While doing all this, he forgets the legitimate needs of his wife and by his rigid in sistence on the ideals he cherishes crushes her spirit so completely that she returns to the underworld from which she had been rescued. John Morton is a fanatic, a deluded enthu siast whose "religion" has little of the spirit of Him Who would not bruise the broken reed. The manner of the "mad Messiah's" death shows that it has none of the sustaining power so necessary in adversity. "XM*,,XH*^nt, HX,liM^ »AP I 4 Sin seen for the first time Is a hateful monster, but seen too often it becomes familiar. We begin by pitying it, then enduring, and un fortunately too often the end is em bracing It Keep it *t a safe dis tance. s FOR YOU The Catholic Bulletin desires to communicate with a lady or gentle man in every community who may be interested in securing subscriptions for the favorite Catholic newspaper of the Northwest. 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