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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 September 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 Qs6 g iniq fyiuj', jig yuff r^u&v; —si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos ?—if god be for us, who is against us ?—rom. viii. xxxi. VOL. V. ROSTOV, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER C, 1831. XO. XXXVI The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday) by HENRY L. DEVEREUX, for. the Proprietors, at per annum, in advance. All Communications must be post paid , and directed to the Editors of the “ Jesuit,” Boston, Mass. The object is to explain, diffuse and defend the Principles of the Oxe, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office 11 Devonshire Street. TIIE JESUIT. BOSTON, SEPTE3IBER G, 1831.

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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QUERIES: Or an Appeal to Common Sense, in order to estimate the proceedings of those who separated from the Church of Rome. From an authentic MS. of the Rev. J. Goter. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 September 1834

QUERIES: Or an Appeal to Common Sense, in order to estimate the proceedings of those who separated from the Church of Rome. From an authentic MS. of the Rev. J. Goter. CONTINUED. 24. Whether the practices of the Catholic and reformed party being looked into with an unprejudiced eye, any one can in justice condemn, detest and abhor the communion of the Papists for being a cruel, bloody, treacherous people, making no conscience of massacring the subjects, of rebelling against, deposing and murdering their princes ; and join to the Reformers as to a meek generation, guilty of no such exorbitances, and much to be preferred before the others for peace and quietness, free from all designs against their sovereigns, and the professors of all gentleness imaginable ? 25. Whether the bloody and rebellious practices of both parties being put into a balance, our own records and Protestant historians do not sufficiently decide, the controversy, and declare to the world, whether side is more weigh...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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TRANSUBSTANTIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 September 1834

TRANSUBSTANTIATION. It would perhaps be well here to explain briefj ly for those who are not fully acquainted with it, [! our doctrine regarding the Eucharistic sacrifice, 11 otherwise it will be impossible for them to form a | correct notion of tffe ceremonial itself. One of I our chief misfortunes in this and similar cases, is ( that the great body of our separated brethren | ( form very strange ideas of our belief: they in [I most cases attribute to us what we either condemn j as untrue, or reject as absurd. It is indeed difli- ; cult for many of them to procure accurate infor!mation; and it has been frequently found that || they who were most in error, were those who [j imagined themselves best acquainted with our ji tenets. In the doctrinal explanations scattered jj through this little compilation, there is neither opportunity nor room for spreading out the evi[j dence by which they are sustained. The reader must not therefore imagine them to be vindicaj| tious, for they scarce...

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NYACK COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 September 1834

NYACK COLLEGE. Feeling somewhat indisposed, and wishing to find some relief in short relaxation from our clerical and editorial duties, we paid a hasty visit to Nyack. We had heard much of this enchanting spot. All that we had anticipated was fully realized. A few moments after our arrival at the mansion-house, which is a short distance from the river, we proceeded to the college, the ascent to which is easy, and only a few yards from the dwelling: we mounted the high and massive walls, the third story of which is slowly advancing. The view from this position was truly grand, and we called to mind the words of the poet; “ He looks abroad into the varied field of nature; Nature, and though poor, perhaps, compared With those whose mansions glitter in his sight, Calls the delightful scenery all his own. His are the mountains, and the valleys his, And the resplendent rivers. His to enjoy „ With a propriety that none can feel : But who, with filial confidence inspired, Can lift to Heaven...

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[From Andrews’ Orthodox Journal.] BEAUTIES OF PROTESTANTISM.—No. 1. “By their fruits ye shall know them.” [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 September 1834

[From Andrews’ Orthodox Journal.] BEAUTIES OF PROTESTANTISM.—No. 1. “ By their fruits ye shall know them.” That it may not be said that the Orthodox Journal makes charges against the Reformation | without foundation, and that those who, in simplicity of heart, listen to the false encomiums of j interested sectarian preachers and writers, on 1 what they call “ preaching the gospel ,” may not he led to believe that the exchange of the ancient j faith for new-fangled doctrines, was any change j for the better, I transcribe some of the testimo- ; nies of Protestants, who lived in the times of which they write, and who were, most certainly, not interested in abusing their own new religion. I The following piteous description of the imraoj rality, which succeeded the removal of the re- [ straints that God provided for the corrupt inclinations of man, when he instituted the Catholic I church, is from the pen of Beacon , one of Cranmer’s Chaplains, after Protestancy was fully introduced int...

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[From the New York Transcript] AN ATTENTIVE PRIEST. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 September 1834

[From the New York Transcript] AN ATTENTIVE PRIEST. We have more than once had occasion to notice the indefatigable attention of the Roman Catholic clergy to the duties of their charge. They are altogether unequalled, as far as we have seen, by those of any other denomination—especially in times of sickness and danger. Whilst others content themselves with making flaming discourses from the pulpit, and pay little attention to their flocks at their houses, the Romish Priest is every where among them, attending to their wants, not only spiritual, but sometimes temporal—correcting, guiding, soothing and consoling—preparj ing for life or for death. While others fly from i disease and danger, he remains firm at his post. Witness the example of the Catholic priests in Montreal, in 1832 Day and night they were employed in visiting the sick—in giving medicine —when the physicians and the nurses were worn | out —or in giving consolation, when all earthly .hopes' and medicine failed. A like a...

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HOUSE OF LORDS—July 17. THE MINISTRY IRISH DISTURBANCES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 September 1834

HOUSE OF LORDS— July 17. THE MINISTRY IRISH DISTURBANCES BILL. Viscount Melbourne said that it was the in- : j tention of a Nohle Friend of his, to move in the | other House of Parliament, another bill, from j which the three first clauses of the original bill | j| would be omitted. The Earl of Wicklow j I never heard any announcement from any Min-| ister of the Crown with greater astonishment j !] (hear, hear.) Such inconsistency, such contraj diction, such tergiversation had never before j Hbeen witnessed in either House of Parliament. | He must say, what was now done, was an in- 1 I I stance of baseness and desertion of duty, such {; as he had never witnessed since the revolution. | SI The Government resolved to abandon a mea-j sure, which, a few days ago, they had declared j to he necessary for the peace and prosperity of; {lreland! Lord Wharncliffe,: Ministers! { were bound to explain to the house the reasons | I on which they proceeded. If the Bill were Ij brought up without t...

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[From the Daily Advertiser and Patriot] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 September 1834

[From the Daily Advertiser and Patriot] Worcester, Aug. 26th, 1834. Samuel K. 'Williams , Esq., Boston. Dear Sir—As there is at this time much excitement existing in this vicinity, on the subject of the destruction of the late buildings and pro- ! perty of the Ursuline Convent at Charlestown —and as you have been kind enough to com- ■ municate to the public certain facts regarding | the character of that institution, I take leave, through the same medium as you were pleased } to make known those facts, to ask the follow- [ ing questions, viz.:—What has become of the woman whose absence was the reputed cause jof the first excitement 1 Has it been customary to require an oath of secrecy from all children proposed to said institution, previous to their being received as inmates? Your answers to these questions will much oblige the friends of Truth. [From the same.] Many honest citizens who have heard and read of the burning of the buildings of the Ursuline Community in Charlestown), an...

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[From Chamber’s Edinburgh Journal.] CELEBRATED LIBRARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 September 1834

[From Chamber’s Edinburgh Journal.] CELEBRATED LIBRARIES. BODLEIAN LIBRARY. Before the beginning of the fourteenth century, the Oxford University Library consisted of a few tracts kept in the choir of St. Mary’s I church, and afterwards in the Old Convocation j House, adjoining to the east end of that church. The first collection of books in Oxford, wor- ! thy to be called a library, was left to Durham 1 College, on the site of which Trinity College now stands, by Richard Augerville, Bishop of Durham, tutor to Edward the Third, and afterwards Treasurer and Chancellor of England. These books he had collected in his embassy to j France, and they are supposed to have formed the largest collection at that time in England. The divinity school and the room above it, were built by Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester. This room he furnished with books, to which [ those in the Old Convocation House were added. The Commissioners of reformation, under Edward the Sixth, plundered this Library so compl...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 September 1834

POETRY. [Selected for the Jesuit.] THE EXILE S TEAR. The bell had tolled the parting hour 1 He looked I—it was his last Upon his little smiling cot, That vanished. As he passed A cry of loud and sorrowing woe Fell deep upon his ear. His aged mother wept. Could he Refuse a parting tear! He knelt beside a lonely grave— No marble glittered there— He raised on high a pitying look— He breath’d a simple prayer For all he loved in friendship’s hour. Tho’ cold—to him more dear ! He rose—but could not leave that spot— Nor give a parting tear! They drove him from his smiling home— From all he loved too well— To wander in a distant clime, Where ev’ry billow’s swell Recalls to mind the little stream, That ran so bright and clear Beside his cot—his happy cot; — He thought—and dropt a tear ! !

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Page 288 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 September 1834

©® ® MARRIAGES. Patrick Flannagan and Mary Donahoe; Barnard Gillooley and Abigail Lovering; Thomas Courtney and Eliza Fitzgerald; James M’Wade and Sarah M’Gorack; Peter M’Donald and Ann Cecilia Atwood. 99 DEATHS. Daniel Brannan, 28 years ; Elizabeth Ellen Fogarty, 6 weeks; Jane O’Mara, 18 months; Daniel Durand, Sjdays ; Patrick Conway, 30 years ; James O’Brien, 57 years ; Mary Ann Cleary, 3 months ; William Drainan, 4 months; Mary Duffy, 10 months; John M'Donough, 30 years; Hosannah Kernen, 18 months. GOLD AJVD SILVER CROSSES. A GOOD Assortment may be found at A. Cutler’s, No. 217 Washington Street, opposite Franklin St.’ Boston. Also, heavy cased Watches, Silver and Plated Spoons Spectacles, Ear Rings, Finger Rings, Jet and Gilt Buckles, Neck Chains, Seals and Keys, Thimbles, Penknives, Pencil Cases, Raisors, Scissors, Tea-Pots, Castors and a variety of other articles of the best quality and at low prices. J Watches, Jewelry and Spectacles repaired. Feb. 8. ROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERES A...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 September 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 Qe6i into uu&v, t I; xaff r,u(bv • —si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos I —if god be for us, who is’ against us ? — rom. viii. xxxi vol. v. BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1834. XO. XXXVII. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday) by HENRY L. DEVEREUX, lor the Proprietors, at 33 per annum, in advance. All Communications must be post paid , and directed to the Editors of the “ Jesuit,” Boston, Mass. The object is to explain, diffuse and defend the Principles of the One, Holv, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office II Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, SEPTE3IBER 13, 1834.

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QUERIES: Or an Appeal to Common Sense, in order to estimate the proceedings of those who separated from the Church of Rome. From an authentic MS. of the Rev. J. Goter. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 September 1834

QUERIES: Or an Appeal to Common Sense, in order to estimate the proceedings of those who separated from the Church of Rome. From an authentic MS. of the Rev. J. Goter. CONTINUED. 37. Whether the Papists have not sufficiently shown their loyally and obedience to their prince, when, in the time of King Henry 8, professing a religion established by the laws of the land, and which had been publicly exercised above a thousand years both by king and people, and then seeing all things brought to confusion, new tenets devised, religious houses plundered and razed to the ground, churches j profaned, hospitals demolished, their pastors ( and prelates either banished or put to death, I and a thousand other sacrilegious extravagances ; yet bore all things with such patience and submission to God and their prince, that I in the whole kingdom there was not any rebellious opposition made against the king, or insurrection by men of any quality ; only a rout of peasants got together, who never yet s...

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PRAYING TO SAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 September 1834

PRAYING TO SAINTS. Perhaps it will not be considered here amiss, to explain very briefly the doctrine of the church respecting the extensive knowledge, the intercession and the merits of the saints ; as it is more than probable that several who may read this little compilation, have exceedingly inaccurate notions upon the subject; and although they may not be induced to change their opinions respecting the correctness of our belief and practice, still it is desirable that they should distinctly know what they too often censure withoht examination. The doctrine is expressed in this simple phraseology, “ I believe that the saints, reigning together with Christ, may be honoured and invoked, and that they offer prayers to, God for us; and that their relics are to be respected.” As the church does not announce to us any distinct proposition expressing the manner in which these disembodied spirits become acquainted with the wants or wishes of their fellow worshippers on earth, we may form...

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ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC,—NO. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 September 1834

ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC,—NO. 2. On religious Intolerance and Persecution. “ Father of all! in every age, “ In every clime ador’d, “ By saint, by savage, and by sage, “ Jehovah, Jove, or Lord. “ Let not this weak, unknowing hand, “ Presume thy bolts to throw, “And deal damnation round the land, “On EACH I JUDGE THY FOE.” “ MEN OF GLASS, THROW NO STONES.” That Roman Catholics are “ foes of God and man,” is the sentence pronounced on millions of his fellow beings by the Rev. Dr. Miller, a poor fallible mortal, who impiously and presumptuously “ deals damnation round the land," on a body of citizens who are as exemplary in all the social relations, and as good citizens, as he and the best of the denomination to which he belongs and this pernicious course he pursues, while he professes to follow a Master who preached “ peace and good will on earth,” and held out a promise of high reward to “peace-makers,” whom he styled “ the children of God.” But regardless of the doctrine and strong inju...

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THE URSULINE CONVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 September 1834

THE URSULINE CONVENT. Who has not heard of the outrage perpetrated at Charlestown ? A community of helpless women attacked, and, with a large number of female pupils, compelled to flee in the darkness of night from their abode, escaping at the peril of their lives, from the rage of lawless men, who were demolishing the pleasant dwelling, with its furniture and dear mementos, and who did not feel their fury satiated till the buildings were sacked and burned, the beautiful and cultivated grounds ravaged and trodden down, and even the tomb, the sanctuary of the dead, violated ! Such was the first awful act of the drama ; the conclusion must, inevitably, carry shame, sorrow and suffering to many a heart, and into families, who little dreamed that their sons would, within sight of Bunker Hill, bring dishonour upon the American name, by the commission of a crime which has no parallel in the history of civilized nations. Some may think that the various journals have sufficiently discussed ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 September 1834

The Bishop left Boston for Baltimore on the 10th inst, to assist at the consecration of the Right Rev. Dr. Eccleston, as Co-adjutor to the Archbishop of Baltimoie, which is to take place on the 14th. At a general meeting of the Catholics, as far as the rain would permit, in the Chapel of St. Aloysius on the 7th inst., at which the Bishop presided, a report was read by William Dyer, Chairman of the Building* | Committee on the new church, in which the sums as expended on said building, were detailed ; and a state--1 ment was at the same time presented, showing the balance in hand. After a few observations from the Bishop, expressive of his ardent desire to see this church completed with the least delay possible, the Rev. Mr. Curtin moved that all who were present should subscribe anew, byway of donation, in addition to their other subscriptions, towards the accomplishment of the above object, when the motion, after a few pithy remarks from the mover, was seconded with loud acclamatio...

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THE RIGHT REV. DR. BRUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 September 1834

THE RIGHT REV. DR. BRUTE. The consecration of the bishop elect of Vincennes will take place on Sunday, the sth of October, at Bardstown Cathedral, Ky. We heard from a source entitled to our confidence, that he intends to give his splendid library—consisting of many rare and very valuable volumes—to the College of Mount St! Mary, Emmetsburg, where he has so long and so effectually laboured for the interests of Religion.— Few will be able to appreciate the value of this sacrifice, by which a gentleman of habits enthusiastically literary, parts with the accumulated treasures of years. We congratulate Mount St. Mary’s Seminary on this vast accession to its Library, and express our best wishes that its alumni may long continue to profit by the great ' literary t stores placed within their reach, and to impart from their fullness toothers less highly favoured.— Herald. ' ■ We find the following rapid sketch of Mr. ‘ ( Brute’s life, in a late number of our respectable contemporary, the Cat...

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[From the London True Sun.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 September 1834

[From the London True Sun.] Spain.— Don Carlos, having travelled incognito through part of France, crossed the Spanish frontier on the 9th instant, and proceeded at once towards the head-quarters of his adherents, with whom it was expected he would be on the 11th. We understand that he was everywhere received with much enthusiasm ; and it is said that a strong disposition was manifested by many of the Queen’s troops, especially those under the command of General Quesada, to join his cause. Should this be the case, the road to Madrid is open to Don Carlos. General Rodil is very dilatory in his movements, and it is generally supposed that he is excessively | dispirited at the prospects before him. Spain is at present in an unenviable state. Besides the misery of the civil war, dreadful storms are devastating the north, and cholera is raging unchecked in the south. The queen has rendered herself unpopular; by her precipitate flight from Madrid, and the diminution of the garrison there ...

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