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THE PRINCIPLES OF PROTESTANTISM, THE SOURCE OF SOCINIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 9 December 1831

THE PRINCIPLES OF PROTESTANTISM, THE SOURCE OF SOCINIANISM. The Catholics had always foretold, that the principles of the Reformation would soon, and infallibly, conduct to Socinianism. “And,” as Gibbon remarks, “ their predictions are accomplished ; and the pillars of revelation are shaken by men, who preserve the name,without the substance,of religion.” i Speaking, in like manner, of the adoption of the leading maxim of the Reformation, and of the projgress of Socinianism, the French Encyclopedists make the same kind of observations : “ The rule of Protestantism,” they say, “ once adopted, it is impossible to know, where the mind will stop.” “ II est certain,” they add, “ que les plus sages, les plus savans, et les plus eclaires d'entre les Protestans se I sont depuis quelque terns considcrablement rapproches des dogmes des Antitrinitaires. Ajoutez a cela lie tolerantisme.. . et vous aurez la vraie cause des I progrfs rapides que le Socinianisme a fait, de nos j jours ; des racine...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
Source: Boston College
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 9 December 1831

Foreign Missions.— The Missionaries mentioned last | week as having assembled at New-Bcdford, preparatory to j sailing for the Sandwich Islands, sailed in the Ship Averick, | on Saturday last, The expense of transporting these nineteen j persons, is about $7OOO. — Boston Courier. May wfe be allowed, in the name of common honesty, to ask the patrons of this expensive farce, and the pious exacters of this outrageous tax upon the j people of Massachusetts, what equivalent has been, I or can be given for this round sum of seven thousand dollars ? Would it not be more in character with the .spirit of Christianity, with that “ vital religion,” about which these sectarian ministers talk so much, but which, as their conduct evidently shews, they so badly understand, to expend that large sum in clothing the naked, and buying fuel and bread for the children of poverty in Boston, at this season of the year ? What a melancholy proof of practical infidelity is this! How strongly are we here remi...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
Source: Boston College
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MORE MISSIONARY MATTER! “LETTER FROM MALTA.” [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 9 December 1831

MORE MISSIONARY MATTER! “LETTER FROM MALTA.” It is customary for the American Foreign Missionary Society to employ their labourers for three years on distant stations, independently of some mercantile speculations, for which, of course, those spiritual men receive no percentage. The Society, as we, in another part of this day’s Paper, have stated, allow' them, their wives and children, a very handsome salary. It is well known, in Malta, that these men dejvote only eight months in the three years, to what they call the labors of the Mission ! They enjoy a long vacation ; undoubtedly they require it after their j great exertions in the cause of the Lord ! There is ‘excellent wine, and, it is even said, prime whiskey in the Island, which is the general rendezvous for the exhausted Missionaries. They live there like j fighting-cocks ; among them there is a Daniel Tem- \ pie, licensed Missionary of the American Board.— What service he renders to the cause of Calvinism in I Malta, and he ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 9 December 1831

I Foreign Missions.— The Missionaries mentioned last week as having assembled at New-Bedford, preparatory to sailing for the Sandwich Islands, sailed in the Ship Averick, on Saturday last. The expense of transporting these nineteen persons, is about £7,000. —Boston Courier. May we be allowed, in the name of common honesty, to ask the patrons of this expensive farce, and the pious exacters of this outrageous tax upon the people of Massachusetts, what equivalent has been, or can be given for this round sum of seven thoui sand dollars ? Would it not be more in character with the spirit of Christianity, with that “vital religion,” about which, these sectarian ministers talk so much, but which, as their conduct evidently shews, they so badly understand, to expend that large sum in clothing the naked, and buying fuel and bread for the children of poverty in Boston, at this season of the year ? What a melancholy proof of^tracticalin- ! fidelity is this ! How strongly are we here reminded o...

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[From the Boston Courier.] [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 9 December 1831

[From the Boston Courier.] GREAT BRlTAlN.—Parliament was prorogued on 20th October, till the the 22d November, with the usual ceremonies. The King was present in person, and read from the throne a speech, in which he stated that he had confirmed bills for the amendment of the game laws, and for the reduction oftax•es which pressed heavily on his people—acknowledged the receipt of gratifying proofs of the friendly disposition of foreign powers—announced the completion of an arrangement between Holland and Belgium—and thanked the Lords and Commons, for the provisions made for the future dignity and comfort of his royal consort, in case she should survive him. Respecting the reform in Parliament, his majesty said— My Lords and Gentlemen, in the interval of repose which may now be afforded to you, I am sure it is unnecessary for me to recommend to you the most careful attention to the preservation of tranquillity in _your respective counties. The anxiety which has been so generally mani...

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[From the British Catholic Magazine.] PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 9 December 1831

[From the British Catholic Magazine.] PARIS. A lengthy correspondence has taken place between | the Archbishop of Paris, and M. Baradere, relative’ 1 to the conduct of the constitutional Bishop, Gregoire, j during his last illness, and whose death we noticed in a preceding number. The communications of the Archbishop, which bespeak all the affection and solicitude of a spiritual parent, were designed to shew j Monsieur Gregoire the grounds of his insisting upon certain conditions, before he could admit him to the | fold, and spiritual advantages of the Church. The ! replies of Monsieur Baradere, who is canon of Tarbes, defend the obstinacy of Gregoire, in not com- ! plying with the proposed conditions of the Arch- | bishop, or rather of the Church, and thus affording | her that satisfaction, which religion absolutely requires. The consequence wag, M. Henri Gregoire, constitutional bishop of Loir-et-Cher, and not of Blois, (the Church never gave him that title,) died out of the fold ...

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DEATH OF THE PROTESTANT ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 9 December 1831

DEATH OF THE PROTESTANT ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN. TWO BISHOPS. —We copy the following from the able and excellent Freeman’s Journal. Doctor Magee was sixty-seven years of age at the time of his dissolution. For many months he had been in a very bad state of mind and body. His intellect and understanding were so entirely gone, that last spring his family had to resort to manoeuvre, in order to prevent him from entering into a matrimoal alliance, with the bar-maid of an inn, in some part of Wales ! He was then brought back to Ireland ; and after lingering in a pitiable state, lie gave up the ghost and the mitre together, at Redesdale House, Stillorgan, August 18. Never did a prelate descend to the tomb more abhorred and contemned, by an entire people, than Dr. Magee. In the university, he was originally very humble, but he worked his way to Fellowship, and was considered an able, though a petulant, and haughty examiner. During the early part of his career, he was a thorough-going liberal....

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DEATH OF THE RIGHT REV. DR. COPPINGER. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 9 December 1831

DEATH OF THE RIGHT REV. DR. COPPINGER. Died, on Wednesday, the 10th of August, at his house, near Cove, in the seventy-eighth year of his age, the Right Reverend Doctor William Copy!nger, Catholic Bishop of Cloyne and Ross. In recording the lamented decease of this venerable and illustrious Patriarch of the Irish Church, we feel we have to announce an event, which will be long, and deeply deplored by every friend of Ireland, of religion, and of civil and religious liberty ; for never did any individual grace the mitre, of whom it can more truly be said, than of Doctor Coppinger, that he possessed in the most eminent degree, every virtue that can adorn the Prelate, or exalt the man. As an ecclesiastic, his learning was extensive, varied and profound ; his eloquence in the pulpit, at once persuasive and commanding ; his piety meek and sincere ; winning and reclaiming the sinner not less by example than by precept; his charity, which was limited only by his means, knew no distinction o...

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INCREASE OF CATHOLICITY IN OLD ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 9 December 1831

INCREASE OF CATHOLICITY IN OLD ENGLAND. The following observations relative to the progress S of religion, in this country, caught our eye on looking over the French papers. We extract them more as a curiosity, and as indicative of the interest which the French journalist manifests in our regard, than as a piece of intelligence. “ For some years,” observes the editor of this periodical, “ have the English Catholics been evincing their laudable effortsin erect- | ing Chapels for the practising of their religion. The i old Chapels have been enlarged, new ones have been built and others are in contemplation. We notice in the Laity’s directory, that in every direction are [they engaged in providing Chapels for those towns, ! that do not as yet possess them, or which have not j Chapels sufficiently large to contain the increasing ( Catholic population. Last year two new Chapels were opened, one at Tamworth, in the Midland district ; another at Southampton, in the London district. The for...

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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 9 December 1831

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. ! I * John Tardi, Quebec. \ \ Maurice Moriasty, —— Montreal. Rev. C. D. French, Portland, Maine. jjßev. J. O’Callaghan, Burlington, Vt. i James M’Nally, Swanton, Vt. I Patrick Mooney, Boston. Patrick Denvir, $ Charleston-n and \ Leehmere Point. John Green, Milton. Rev. J. Mahony, ( Lowell. Patrick Powers,— ( “ S Capt. Newport, Salem. D. O’Callahan, Watertown, Mass. i Rev. I’. Connolly, —Sandwich, Mass. Rev. Mr. Ryan, Whitefield, Maine. ; Rev. John Corry, Taunton and Pros. Michael Kearney,— A'ew York. Patrick John M’Namara, Rochester, A'. Y. Rev. F. O’Donohue, Salina, A'. Y. Thomas Mooney, Brookhjn, A'. Y. j John Manning, Albany, AT. Y. Edward M‘Coughin, \ Ticondaroga, Essex \ County, A . Y. Rev. P. Rafferty, Pittsburgh, Pa. John Spalding, $ Pleasant Hill, Chat. I Co. Aid. John D. Murphy, Washington, I). C. j Rev. Mr. Van Lommel, Georgetown, D. C. Robert Camm, A'orfolk, Va. 1 Joseph Haseltine, Bardstown, K...

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Page 88 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 9 December 1831

DANIEL lIEHSEY, ATTCTIOETEEP, MAS taken a Counting Room, No. 10, Exchange Street, and will in future devote his whole attention to out door sales, such as Real Estate—Vessels—Household Furniture—Grocery Stocks and Merchandize of every description in any part of the city. Grateful for the past, he hopes by his assiduity and attention to the interest of his employers, to receive ashare of the public pasronage. Orders left at his Counting Room will meet with prompt attention. N. B. The Weekly Sale of Horses, Carriages, Harnesses, &c. at the Horse Market, Merrimack Street, takes place every Saturday at 12 o’clock, A. M. Oct. 1.

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Page 88 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 9 December 1831

P. Denvir has removed his Catholic Bookstore to Austin Street, near the Catholic Church, Charlestown. DR. S. H. SMIT H, his services in the various branches of his pro--4k fession, to the inhabitants of Boston and vicinity.—Dr. Smith may he Consulted at his house, No. 11, Atkinson Street. . tl ct - E ORRIS T, CHAPIN, TAILOR. XNFORMS his friends and the public, that he makes all kinds of Gentlemen’s Apparel, in the first rate style, and which, he warrants, will afford satisfaction ; he will furnsh all garments as cheap as can be obtained elsewhere in the city, lie receives regularly the London and New fork fashions. His Store is on the Second Story, No. 46 Washington Street. E TAILOIU.V G. 'nS'vANIEL M’GOWAN respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he has opened a Store at p9 Congress Street, where, by his unremitting attention to business in the TAILORING LINE, and the satisfactory references he can give, to gentlemen in this city, for punctuality and competenicy, he ex...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 16 December 1831

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. El C ©£o£ i*ig fyiWV, Tl'g xod’ VJfAUV ; SI DEUS pro nobis, quis contra nos ? IF god be for us, who is against US 1 ROM. VIII. XXXI. YOL. 111. BOSTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1831. NO. XII. ■UNITED STATES PUBLISHED BY HENRY L. DETEREUX, FOR THE PROPRIETORS. Terms—3 dollars per auuiim in advance. All communications must be post paid, and addressed to the Editors. Office 32 Congress Street. THE INTEEEIGENCER. BOSTON, DECEMBER 16, 1831. =

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 16 December 1831

On the Marks of the true church of Christ. — Unity and Universality are essential properties and characteristic marks of the true church of Christ, the guardian of the truths and institutions of Christianity. — Two or more religious societies which have not the same faith or the same communion, or which are not under the same ecclesiastical authority, cannot he both nor all of them the church of Christ. — Unity in faith, communion and ecclesiastical government, were universally introduced by the -Apostles and apostolic men, in the establishment and propagation of Christianity in all countries. Unity and universality are the characteristics of truth. Unity in faith, in communion, and in spiritual government, belongs to the very nature and essence of the true church as instituted by Christ. The church is the fold of Christ: the individuals composing his whole church are his lambs and his sheep. This is the figure, under which Christ himself described them, shewing with what tender car...

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GEORGETOWN COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 16 December 1831

GEORGETOWN COLLEGE. The word “ Jesuit,” by virtue of association, carries with it joy to the Christian, confidence to the patriot, and terror to the enemies of Truth. Heresy, like Satan, who, to effect his infernal purpose, will j at times metamorphose himself into an Angel of j Light, has ever been known to imitate the wise, solid and truly useful institutions of Catholic Orthodoxy : [ yet ever garbling as much Catholic Morality and ; Faith, as will not alienate the affections of the world with which it is inseparably united : and ever adding whatever will please the vanity or pander to the pas- j ■ sions of the human heart. So it works along. The Sectarian Prints had long doled out their Jeremiades I to the good people of the land, and deplored the idea i that “ the Romans would come and take the country I from them !” Such pitiful nonsense and anti-chris-! | tian malice were treated with contempt, as the event has proved, by the enlightened and respectable portion of the American...

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PROTESTANT EPISCOPACY BACKING OUT. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 16 December 1831

PROTESTANT EPISCOPACY BACKING OUT. The indignation of the people of London, and indeed of the people throughout Great Britain and Ireland, at the infamous shuffling and wicked policy of the Prelatical blood-seekers, of the Church of England, relative to the Reform Bill, has been unequivocally manifested in public and in private. An additional creation of Peers, will cause those inveterate enemies to national prosperity, freedom and religion, to “ kick the beam,” and will expose them to the withering contempt of the honest yeomen, and patriots of the three kingdoms. The people in reality have been long tired of the law-established-church. They have had every reason to be so. That church-and-state system is rapidly sinking below the horizon : and few, there are, save those who wish to fatten upon the industry of a magnanimous, but im--1 poverished people, that would sigh for the return of its malignant ascendancy. The following remarks from the London Observer, may shew what effect th...

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COLD BATH IN WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 16 December 1831

COLD BATH IN WINTER. A curious scene was presented to the good people of Lowell, in this State, on Sunday, the oth inst. A Calvinistic Baptist Minister happened to hit upon a rare expedient, whereby he communicated the raging fire of religion to the souls and bodies of three boys, the eldest of whom was not more than ten years of age; there was something so contagious in the fire that it seized upon a round dozen of girls also. The minister now sallied forth, although mercilessly pelted by a furious snow storm. Having arrived at the place where there had been “ much water,” he and his pious coadjutors went lustily to work with hammers, axes, or such like instruments, dealing destruction to the thick ice for having presumed to congeal the liquid element. After much labor on the Sabbath day, he succeeded in getting a peep at the water below ; when taking the fervent aspirants, he soused them into it, and we are glad to be informed, that none of them who thus sought the remission of si...

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ORDINATION. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 16 December 1831

ORDINATION. On the 17th of July the Right Rev. Doctor Rosati, bishop of St. Louis held an ordination at his I Seminary, at the Barrens, on which occasion he was I assisted by the very Rev. J. B. Tornatori, V. G. and superior of the Seminary, the Rev. Messrs. Condamino, J. Bonnoit and others ; he tonsured Mr. Patrick Rattigan a native of Ireland, Mr. Joseph Robira a j native of Spain, Mr. Peter Lefevre and Mr. Vitalis | Van Clostere natives of Flanders, in all four now j affiliated for the diocess of St. Louis. Minor orders I were then conferred on Mr. Louis Tucker a native I of Perry Co. Missouri, Mr. John Herlihy a native of Ireland, and Messrs, Lefevre and Van Clostere, in all four. He then conferred the holy order ofDeaconship on the Rev. Annemundam Dupuy a native of Savons in France, and the Rev. John M'Mahon a native of Ireland, in all two. Making a total of eight candidates, all for the Diocess of St. Lonis : one American, one Spaniard, one a native ofFrance, two Flemings, and...

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ANOTHER PROTESTANT ENGLISH NOBLEMAN CONVERTED TO CATHOLICITY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 16 December 1831

ANOTHER PROTESTANT ENGLISH NOBLEMAN CONVERTED TO CATHOLICITY. While Calvinism is dwindling away into false prophecy and fanatical impiety, in Scotland and England, Catholicity, like old gold, is beautifully emerging from the fiery ordeal, to which Calvinistic and Protestant Episcopal persecution had so long and unsparingly subjected it. The Roman Catholic Religion has only to be carefully studied in genuine Catholic works, or to be learnt from the lips of Ca'holic priests, to leave a conviction of its heavenly descent, and unclouded purity on the mind of the honest inquirer after Truth. To the Editor of the “ Freeman's Journal," a Dublin Paper. Sir —Though not having the honor of being personally acquainted with you, I trust I know you sufficiently as a public journalist, to calculate on an immediate insertion of the following interesting fact, in your liberal and widely circulating paper ; Lord Stuart, son to Earl Gastlestuart accompanied by the Rev. Mr. White, Protestant curate of...

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