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THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER III. OF THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 October 1829
THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER III. OF THE CHURCH. S3“CONTINUED FROM NO. 7.— PAGE 55..£$ THIRD CONCLUSION. Out of the pale of the Visible Church no one can be saved. 18. This the Holy Fathers in many parts of their writings affirm. St. Aug. in lib. de Unitate Ecclesiae, cap. 19. says: No man can obtain salvation and eternal life, unless he has Christ as his Head. No man can have Christ as his Head, who is not in the Body of Christ, which is the Church. And in Epist. to Count Boniface, he writes : The Catholic Church alone is the Body of Christ, of which he is the Head, the Saviour of his Body ; out of this Body the Holy Ghost vivifes no one. In Epist. 152, to the Donatists ; Whoever, therefore, is separated from the Catholic Church, however commendably he may think himself to live, yet for this crime alone, of his living separated from the Unity of Christ, he shall not possess life, but the ivrath of God resteth upon him. St. Greg, in his 14th Book of Morality, cap. 2. says : The Holy Uni...
PROVINCIAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 October 1829
PROVINCIAL COUNCIL. The Editor pro tem of the valuable Paper, the U. States Catholic Miscellany, will, it is hoped, pardon the few corrections which we take the liberty of making ia the following interesting extract. Baltimore, September 30. — 1 believe you may consider it time to have some notice of this important Assembly. We look upon it as important, not because of our expecting that much business will be immediately done, but because of the subsequent results, which we anticipate ; for we consider this as one of the most efficient attempts to form our Church into some organized existence ; hitherto the disjointed materials lay scattered through the land; but Archbishop Whitfield has brought them together, and they are about to be knit into one. Archbishop Carroll made a similar attempt, but not under such favourable auspices. Your own Bishop was the first who arrived here, he preached for us on Sunday the 20th in the Cathedral; you know him too well for me to inform you of what...
INTERESTING ANECDOTE, OF A FEMALE CONVERT. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 October 1829
INTERESTING ANECDOTE, OF A FEMALE CONVERT. If any one thing can have a tendency more than another to fortify the mind of young persons against the dangers of the world, it must be the example of one of its victims happily snatched from its chains, and undeceived by a timely and merciful interference of divine Providence. The following is an interesting recital given by a young Lady of her own past errors, and her sincere repentance. “ You request,” says she, writing to her friend, “ that I would favour you with a short account of my conversion, or rather, of the mercies of God towards me. I comply with your request; and you are at liberty to shew to others the history, which I now send you. Alas! how unfortunately did I begin my career ! My mother loved me tenderly ; but, not being satisfied with my conduct at home, she placed me, at the age of ten years, as a pensioner in a convent of religious ladies, distinguished for their happy method of educating youth in the path of perfectio...
OF TRUE DEVOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 October 1829
OF TRUE DEVOTION. How frequently do men deceive themselves by that vain religion, against which St.James warns us, chap. 1,26. Some think it consists in reciting many prayers ; others in doing many outward works to the glory of God and service of our neighbour. Some place it in a continual desire of salvation, and others in great mortification. Although these things are all good, and even necessary to a certain degree, yet in none of them does the essence of true piety consist. That piety by which we are sanctified, and entirely devoted to God, consists in doing his will precisely in every circumstance of life. Take what steps you please, do what good works you will, yet you shall not be rewarded, but for having done the will of the Sovereign Master. AU though your servant should do wonders, yet if he did not that very business which you wished him to do, you would not value his performance, and might justly complain of him as a bad servant. 2. A perfect devotion of ourselves to God...
POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 October 1829
POETRY. ON FAITH. O Faith! Thou first of gifts divine ! With all thy twilight radiance shine Upon my soul; illume my mind, Though still my Understanding’s blind. Let me through Reason’s mist, descry The fairy Hall of Mystery, Who, on a throne majestic sits. Beset with hieroglyphic writs. With various enigmatic signs, Traced, as it were, in magic lines. Though all around her shines the light With splendour almost dazzling bright— Her face to mortals ne’er appears. For over it a veil she wears. Still, something tells us she is fair. That nothing bad is hidden there ; And that her charms she’ll only hide. Till death has drawn her veil aside ; And that she'll burst with splendour bright. Upon our then unclouded sight. ON HOPE. O Hope! Thou soother of the breast! Who lull’st the tortur’d mind to rest, Whene’er that ghastly fiend Despair Bursts on the sight with horrid stare. Or loudly sounds his dismal yell— The most discordant note of hell. Thou’rt not that spurious spawn of earth Which...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 October 1829
NOTICE. Persons residing at a distance, and desirous of obtain, ing “ The Jesuit, or Catholic Sentinel, will please to Address a letter to The Editors of the Jesuit, Boston, Mass, agreeably to the following form, which, if attended to in all its points, will be promptly noticed. Gentlemen, — I herewith enclose to you Three Dollars, the amount of my Subscription for the whole year, according to your Prospectus. I have also paid the Postage of this Letter. I shall therefore expect that my Papers will be regularly forwarded to my address. ( Qtj- Here please to insert your name in very legible characters with the name of the Place and the State in tohich you reside ,) including all the previous Numbers, from No. 1, and you will greatly oblige Your Ob’t. Serv’t. N. N.
Page 64 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 October 1829
zrBL&amp; CATHOLIC BOOKSTORE, DISTRIBUTING OFFICE OF THE JESUIT, or CATHOLIC SENTINEL, AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. OCf-Corner of Franklin and Federal-streets. P. MOONEY, respectfully informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of this City and its vicinity, that they can he supplied with Good SERVANTS, by applying at his Office. Every individual, who solicits a situation, must previously exhibit a Testimonial of moral conduct, from the family with whom the Individual has lived ; and moreover be recommended by one of the R. C. Clergymen, for honesty, sobriety, and the practical observance of the Duties which the Holy, Catholic Religion enjoins ant 1‘nfnn'pe ° J P- M. Would also give notice to his friends and the public at large, that he keeps constantly on h D a “ d r ™ iet y of CATHOLIC BOOKS, and RELIGIOhS PICTURES, Plain and Coloured. Orders from any part of the Union will be promptly attended to.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 October 1829
THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. E( 0 o£o£ lit VJIXUV, Tig X«(3’ TJILOJV ; SI DEUS pro nobis, quis contra nos ] IF god be for us, who is against US ? ROM. VIII. XXXI. VOL. I. BOSTOJV, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1829. XO. IX. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every j Sa'urday,) by S. CONDON &amp; F. B. EATON, for : the Proprietors, at S3 per annum, in advance. —All Communications must be post paid , and directed to the Editors of the “ Jesuit,” Boston, Mass. a The object is to explain, diffuse and defend the Principles of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. *** Office No. 11, State-Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, OCTOBEH 31, 1829.
THE CAUSES OF OUR ERRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 October 1829
THE CAUSES OF OUR ERRORS. *,* CONTINUED FROM NO B—PAGE 53. •„* The suppression of Voluptuousness is one of the just, loud cries of the Christian Ministry. Youth will not understand it. Any attempt to put it down is considered by licentiousness, as an unjustifiable barbarity. Must the Christian Ministry, therefore, cease to act 1 Must they not incessantly attack it ? Expose its ruinous effects, and hold it up as a baneful hydr'a ? The very Pagans lamented the evils it entailed on society. Cicero, anticipating the reproaches which might be made to old age, as being incapable of pleasure, exclaims : “ Happy privilege of our age, which emancipates us from the servile vice of youth ! Listen, my good young friends,” continues he, “ to the advice of Archytas of Tarentum, one of the first and greatest men of the age in which he lived. ‘ln all nature,’ says he,’ ‘there is nothing more destructive to mankind, than voluptuousness. There is no pleasure which manifests such symptoms of violence ...
FENELON’S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 October 1829
FENELON’S LETTER. 3c?* CONTINUED FROM NO. B— PAGE 58. •£$ St. Augustine, speaking of the obscure passages in the Bible, says, that nothing more evidently represents the death of the soul, than a servile attachment to the mere letter of the text.* 1 He adds, if certain actions be extolled in the sacred writings, and are contrary to the customs, which have been observed by all the virtuous and pious, since Christ’s appearance in the world, that thej should be understood in a figurative sense and inapplicable to the present state of morals ; tor in those times many actions were performed through Courtesy which now would be looked upon as the effect of Criminal passion. t This Father however informs us, that the Frophet in his narrative of things past intended to represent the time to come, in a figurative sense, and as such ought not to be submitted to the perusal of perverse and incredulous men, lest from their usually superficial manner of viewing things, they might take them in a li...
I Fratelli Della Misericordia.— The Brotherhood of Mercy. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 October 1829
I Fratelli Della Misericordia. — The Brotherhood of Mercy. In the following we present to our readers a sketch of a Catholic Charitable Institution, a parallel to which the annals of Heresy cannot furnish.—This is another of the millions of proofs of the superior institutions of that C hurch, who is, like her Glorious Bridegroom, Charity personified, whose faith productive of such good and heavenly works is as immutable as the eternal hills. Two or three days after my arrival in Pisa I was talking in the street with an Italian gentleman, when about thirty fellows came round the corner walking two and two, not soberly as pious folks move in procession, but with stout manly strides, and wearing a disguise of so uncouth a fashion, that the moment they caught my eye I muttered a “God bless me!” and asked who they were.— I hey were clothed in black sackcloth from top to toe, girded round the waist; and the hood not only came over the head, but fell before the face down to the breast, wit...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 October 1829
The last account from our Right Rev. and justly respected Bishop, left him in good health. We are delighted to find that he was elected PROMOTER.—His solid, practical sense and extensive acquirements well qualified him for such an Office. The Provincial Council rose on Sunday last—The Members soon after visited the seat of the Venerable Charles Carroll of Carrolton, after which our worthy Prelate proceeded to Georgetown to confer Minor Orders, and the plenitude of the Priesthood on the several Candidates. We shall have the satisfaction of seeing him in Boston in the course of the following week.—He will he accompanied by “ the pious, learned and Venerable Bishop Rosati,” and two attendant Clergymen. We are glad to be informed that these Gentlemen will spend a few days among us. Newspapers from various parts of the country are pouring in upon us, and request “an exchange.” We are sorry to state to the Gentlemen Editors and Proprietors, that owing to the plan on which we commenced, we...
THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER III. OF THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 October 1829
THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER III. OF THE CHURCH. CONTINUED FROM NO. B.— PAGE 61..£$ 31. Secondly, from the words of Christ, (which perfectly coincide with those of Isaiah already cited,) Matth. 16. 18. The gates of Hell shall not prevail against it. On which passage, St. Augustine in his Book to the Catachumens, on the Creed, thus writes: The Church herself is Holy, She is One, She is True, She is Catholic; She fights against all Heresies. She can conquer, but cannot he conquered. All Heresies went out of her, and were lopped off from the vine, as useless branches. But she remains in her root, in her vine, and in her charity ; Against her the gates of Hell shall never prevail. Whereby he evidently speaks of the visible Church, out of which all Heretics went; for they could not go out of the invisible Church, in which they had never been, since in this are the predestined alone. Therefore, according to St. Augustine, the visible Church is the One, True, Holy, and CATHOLicChurch, against ...
[From the U. States Catholic Miscellany.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 October 1829
[From the U. States Catholic Miscellany.] The Northern mails due on Thursday and yesterday have not been received, consequently we have not had it in our power to give so full a report of the proceedings of the • Provincial Synod, as we anticipated. We feel grateful to our attentive Correspondent for the communications with which he has favoured us, and trust, we shall be able in the next number of the Miscellany to furnish a perfect and conclusive account of that August and Venerable Assembly, which is, but the commencement in this country of a series of Councils, which in every age of the Christian .Era, when heresy and schism were spread wide abroad, restored peace and confidence to the faithful, pointed to them the rock to which they should cling ; and by wise councils and monitions, warned them of the danger of error in morality, as of apostacy from the faith. The Rev. Mr. Bourdet, Vicar-General of the Floridas, arrived here from New-Yorfc, on the 7th inst. The very Rev. Gentle...
ORDINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 October 1829
ORDINATIONS. Baltimore.— ln the Metropolitan Church, on Sunday, the 6th ult. the Holy Order of Priesthood was conferred on the Rev. Francis B. Jamison, a native of Fredericktown, Maryland, by the Most Rev. Dr. James Whitfield. The Right Rev. Joseph Rosati, Bishop of St. Louis and Administrator of NewOrleans, at the request of the Most Rev. Archbishop of Baltimore, conferred the Tonsure and Minor Orders on Joseph Maria Gonzales, and Joseph Maximian Brito, both of the Diocess of Jucata, in Mexico, on Sunday, the 4th October, in the Church of St. Mary’s, attached to the Seminary, Baltimore. The above Gentlemen received Subdeaconship from the same Prelate, on Tuesday, the 6th, in St. Mary’s. They were to receive Deaconship and Priesthood in the course of the same week. New-York. — On Saturday, the 19th ult., in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Right Rev. Dr. Dubois conferred the Holy Order of Priesthood on the Rev. William Quarter, lately a Student in Divinity in Mount St. Mary’s College, E...
HIGH MASS ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 October 1829
HIGH MASS ON SUNDAY. Celebrant—the Most Rev. Archbishop. Assisting Priest, The Very Rev. Vicar General. Deacon, The Rev. Roger Smith, Rector of the Cathedral. Subdeacon, Rev. Constantine Pise, Vicar of the Cathedral. Assisting Deacons, The Very Rev. Superior of the Jesuits in America; The Rev. Superior of the Seminary. The Bishops assisted with Cope and Mitre. The Administrator with Cope, but without Mitre. The Theologians and other Priests were dressed in Sacerdotal Vesture. The other Priests were The Rev. James H. Jubert and Rev. Alexius Elder, of St. Mary’s Seminary, Rev. James Million, of the Diocess of Cincinnati, Rev. F. McKoskers of the Diocess of Philadelphia, Rev. Mr. Pardow, of the Diocess of NewYork. After Mass, the Right Rev. Bishop of Charleston, kept the congregated thousands entranced tor two hours, whilst he explained the nature of the Pallium which was to be given to the Archbishop, and its reference to the Unity, Apostolicity, and Catholicity of the Church. He adve...