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Saintly Indian Maiden Vl Ol i ;O t I [ 2 lira II II i I/A 11) l - Days of Week l I --- 1~ ~ 1 1.~ ~t~h. = " "I I tare is tricky business. 1. = Dec. 14---St. Nmasms was - ~ -=-- ~- Bishop of Rheims. With his sis-' ,know you have a well.dD~'' ~--~--~ , = ~ o ~,/piece when mere is a p k = - tar, St. Eutrop'a; St. F1 rantus, d ~ID J l "i ~ ~'~'~ I A "~"~ '~TT ~ ~ his deacon; St. Jucundus, hisl [balance .between curv~] ~ $50,0( J'~t" 41"11 qlh ~ I~11 IH ] ~ ~ ~ - lector; and others of the clergyl Istralgnl: aries. Axso cne l E II III1~ ]l| ]~ ~ I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ II ~ ~ ~ II ~ k "1 ~ and faithfu% he was put to death] [me Iorm, nne, corer, a~, ~ :ii~t = -- ~F.i. ~Jl ~ Jk ~m q~.~r ~ JLJL m~ st ~&,~ =---- for the faith by barbarians who[ ]tare oi me pmee eompJ ~ F---- ==l invaded= Gaul about 407 A.D.[ lone anomer ~ i |e~rlted witk permi$$1on fro.m KATER! 0F, THE ~ When the enemy was at the[ [ b ~: MOHAWKS by Marie Cecifia Buenrle, $3.00, pumisnea ~ " " " ~- by The Bruce Publishing Company Books also by Miss ~ gates, St. Nicholas exhorted hls~ [Rum PumpkHl Pie (6 ~;e~ l) . = ~11 IIIIIIII I IIIIIIIlUlIIIItlIIIIHIIIIIIII ~~u~u~u~u~uu~u~~~ went from door to door encour-J [sugar 1 . teaspoons ,~ ~ ~i~[~ aging all to constancy, pump~cm pie spree or ~ :~ '~ ~.;:~ SYNOPSIS that the Blackrobe permitted BruyasandPmrronhadeometo / /spoon each ~,in er and I[~ Tekakwitha had for a time them to continue singing them the Mohawks in 1667 in fulfill-I .ec ~renaeus ~21 /mon; V, teaspoon each ~' ~ ~ A,~,r~ oftomnt~ ,f h~r rel [until Easter lment of peace conditions with[companions were a group of z~/ / . ~w~ -'[ - aria mace; r4 cups pump, :.o~ ~,~ ~ .~.~:~-Z;~ to on^ I Darkness fell early on that l the French after de Tracy's cam-lmartyrs who were put to death[ ]o.~, ~ ~ [ , auves ~o marry net u~ ~ el " ~for the faith about 258 AD in~ ~,~,~ ~,~- ~,~ 7z ~e ~ ill tmristmas tray o~ tit#z, aria me palgn, xae natt rememDerea antt ] ~ -- of the braves of the v age.] ~the Valerian "-ersecution In ~ I cup cream, 4 tablespoo b ~'~lt r d there rotter COla penetrarett me ume respectea mxs ~lacKroDe ever e "I ' " ~,~.~fJ Though born and rea e '[ i were~since the latter's short sta" in/cluded in the numbers were Sts / [mama rum. [~ ,m,~, she found herself disgusted andlDar~ ~cnape~ :~ne ,+gnus i~, ~[Gandawa~,ue on his way to'thelAnthony, Theodore, Saturnius,[ [ Bake the pie crust for I [ .4cross repelled by ~ne coarse pagan ~:- ,:-:-s ; -'~ ~" Y' ~" y,: .7. "rate and Victor / lutes at 400 degrees F C it ---.--,--- customs of the Mohawks wlsp OI incense hung polseu, g~tlJ~tiit ~t~ .txu~uu~u~tav ,x - . ~ . . . " In tha meantime Father Bon-[then disappeared. The singing[fully Kryn followed his host into[ Dec. 16--St;Eusebms wasthe[ [remmn[ng lngred:ents:o~ ~ Comph " ~ ~-,+ ~+o ~-~ '; -~.-~.~'the bark cabin warmed himselfiSClOn or a noble iamliy oi ~ar-/ /~umgra. nux~me ,urn g,~ [ a:ece' l I ~reia:nlda;h~edh:~ ~ag:l~Y~S mHet~ra: :~ke:ht waRs me] Ib~ke~e~frues:' l?Wenrd ~:~e ! f da~ ple of G g ' " bearskin on the mat made read" dained He served the Church or until silver knife in~ " " 1 70 es looKea a~ me ~loor antt saw me ~ " akwltha lived, and m 6 - - J+-^~ ;,-~ ;- '--} "^ -"~^s+ smiled into[at Vercelh and was the chomel [comes out clean. ~ tablish~d a miss!on there. In[~ron~i,n ~ee,~, T~h~e~e~ane~* waYsl~ark~nesms a~ ~h'e'~humor of thelof clergy and laity when the~ [ * * * t i Canaaas mtmence was -[ ris~| " Itics, who fiad him banished to| lwomen make ~s ~ettmg [ ~way the ~vmmer o~ me tm a tng closer. On the south bank/ [ [Syria, where he underwent| Iselves be hurt over an p nce a new vxI unil(1 comlor~ her Ll.e Knell ~noprer io n' Of the St. Lawre "'~ " I ~manv hardships He returned to| [again by the same perso i ~ " ians had again. In silence ne wouifl pray - . lage of Chr,stxan Ind ] ] Quietly and unconcerned, Tek-[Vercelli under the reign of/ ]same way. [ sprung up in 1667, drawn by|W.un her. bne mus~ oe le~rn un-lakwitha sat by the fire in her[Julian and died in 370 A.D. He] A woman married to ! [ Father Raffeix, who had built a/mstur~e(t a ~ew moments. 1o ge "/ appointed led e seatg . Her uncle'Jls revered as a martyr becauo~,oo/ By JIM mDLE~ I A prejumce, against me. super'lsuauty ~requenuy Dana mens/,m, ;~, flm~,fo, tht F ~. chapel there. News of the Pray-[ She was one of his most fer-I tugged at his Pipe, . his eyes fixed[ ~af fht~ hn~-d~hin ~ h. ~.f or.~ [ At certain times, some non- [ natural will make a ratmnahst ] minds to the hght, of truth. [ ~;~ ~" ;n ,~'" ~.h' ~+ ,~ ~.~ ~.;.~ ~ ~' k'lloIle ing Castle on the St Lawrence vent converts and had Pertly upon the bearskin curtain. Her Dec. 17--St. Lazarus, w=~ #h.] Catholic friends have asked me'. [today. admit as. a fact a well-au-I St. Paul says'. The natural/ ge~s- * an annlversary" or -" ~ W " ' or and its model community spread declared herself a Christian, de- aunts bustled about restlesslYldisci.1e and friend of Christ/"If tho claims of the Catholic[theftlcated m~racle at r,ourdes,[man, does .not grasp the ec etSlbrinz her a zift on days sla t ' ~* .st throughout the country. /spite the fact that most of her/with an air of suspense, turning[ and was raised from the dead[ Church are as strong as you be-/bur wm mal~e nim ascrloe reel of me ~plrlr of uoo, ~or mey/ siders im,ortant I'll--- And under Father Boniface's|associations were pagan, andltheir heads from time to time,/by Our Lord It is believed that[lieve they are, then why do so[miracle to some unxnown xaw[are folly to him; andhe is un-[ ~ ~]~ ~-~o ho~s~[~ direction, the Christian Indians[ her husband Kryn, the con-[Karitha to look appraisingly at| with his sisters Mary and Mar~[ many intelligent non-Catholics[or nature, lame ~o comprenena mem, De-t ~:';~ ":~'%" ~':" .%~ f IIF'~1-11 of Gandawague in the Mohawkk[ queror of the Mohicans, stood[[ [her unsuspecting niece. Arosen tha, he ]ourneyed" ' rote" " Gaul- and~ remain, unconvinced, that, the[ A Protestant. who has been lcause . they. have, to be judged[aria aamitDetha~ar nappler ~onn "ust~sn~is~ ~' Valley were learning to praylhlgh m the councds of the vll-[was apparently alert for the firstlwas the first Apostle of South'[Churchs claims are true? ]taught from childhood that the[Of sp~mtually (I .~or. ]1, 14,[,~;,~,+o~ ,~,o,3 [ ~" and to sing lage. They had one child, "anIsign of the awaited guests. They[ ern France becomin~ Bisho,~ of[ The reason for m a n y non-ICatholic Church is unreason-I~pencer tran.siauon). / ~e~. . ," n u h r" as the letters of ' ~' ~" " " " i r 1 A wife whose mother l~" ------ |o ly da g te ~must be people of unusual eon-|Marseilles He is the patronlCatholics remaining uncon-[able, unscientific, unscr ptu a ,[ Many find it difficult to ac-[ " ~ ~'~'~'~ For a time a Pentecostal wind the Jesuits relate, "whose brightI sequence. The thought flitted|.~zint of that eitv [ vinced, of course, is that they/superstitious, intolerant, and a lcept the Church's claims be-/jealous o~ her wm oe nut 1~ ~v