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LEARNED SOCIETIES. To the Editor of the U. S. Catholic Miscellany. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 November 1834

LEARNED SOCIETIES. To the Editor of the U. S. Catholic Miscellany. Rome, July 26. The charge of monkish ignorance, with all its unmeaning concomitants, comes against this city with a very bad grace from places, where, as yet, comparatively little has been done to promote or to sustain a literary spirit. It is true, Rome had her days of light flimsy gossamer-like semblance of science; she had also her day of melancholy oppression. She has had the peace of her children destroyed by the turmoil of faction ; she has had to weep over the fury of her sons, and to mingle her tears with the torrents of their blood, not shed in the defence of public rights, but for the purposes of ambition. Religion often restrained and soothed the desparado ; but religion j herself was sometimes trodden down and bruised, | and wounded in the unholy affrays produced by ! the lust of power. In those days, the din of contusion distracted even the monk in his cloister ; | and closing the page or rolling up the ...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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THE CATHOLICS OF CEYLON. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 November 1834

THE CATHOLICS OF CEYLON. We gave in a late number an interesting account on the Catholics of Ceylon. We now copy from the Dublin Register other and not less edifying particulars on the same subject.— Catholic Herald. “ We mentioned a few days ago, with admi- ration and gratitude, and that high praise which the measure deserves, the enlightened, the liberal, and statesmanlike conduct evinced by the Right Honourable Sir Alexander Johnston towards the Roman Catholics of Ceylon. We shall now', after making a few observations on the Catholic ecclesiastical state of Ceylon, proceed to give our readers two or three letters which amply illustrate the feelings of the Roman Catholics of that Island towards their friend and warm advocate, and the reciprocal ! feelings of benevolence and highmindedness j _ C 1 # o | displayed by that right honorable gentleman in : his policy when in pow r er towards those for whom his exertions were effectually made. The island of Ceylon contains, according to ...

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A CHRISTIAN CATECHISM Of Dr. Martin Luther. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 November 1834

A CHRISTIAN CATECHISM Of Dr. Martin Luther. Collected from his woiks by Lewis Ussleber, translated from the original German, for the Catholic Herald. Q. Which is the first part of the Christian Catchism 1 A. The ten Commandments of God. Q,. Which is the first Commandment ? A. Thou shall not have strange Gods before me. Q. Can and shall we honor and invoke the Saints also ? A. Yes. Q. Who says so 1 A. Martin Luther in the 7th part of his writings, on the 7th page, in the explanation of an article, says as follows, word for word. “ I say and firmly hold with all Christendom, that we should honor and invoke the beloved Saints; for who can question this, since even to this day God visibly works wonders through the names of his Saints with their holy bodies, and at their tombs.” Q. But some say, that we should invoke God alone ? A. “ The unfortunate heretics of Picardy accuse us Germans of giving divine honor to the saints of God, and of making them idols ; wherefore they heap together a...

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[From the Christian Physiologist.] THE INTELLECT. CONTINUED FROM JESUIT NO. 40, p. 319. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 November 1834

[From the Christian Physiologist.] THE INTELLECT. CONTINUED FROM JESUIT NO. 40, p. 319. Such is, briefly sketched, the character of the true Christian—that character which is capable of being perfected in any station of life, provided that station be chosen by him with a reference to the will of Providence, and not by passion or ambition—for in the latter case, the difficulty indeed becomes prodigious. On the throne, in the legislature, in the court, in the camp, in the walks of' commerce, or in the shades oflearned retirement, in the houses of the nobly born, or in the cottages of the poor, experience has taught men that the ■ Christian character may be formed and preserved, that power may be wielded without pride or injustice, that wealth may be used without the love of wealth, that his silent austerities, secret sacrifices for others, and secret self-denials known only to Heaven and himself, may make the man of rank a truer Christian sufferer than the murmuring child of poverty ;...

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CHARITY SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 November 1834

CHARITY SERMON. Next Sunday (the 16th inst.) a Charity Sermon will be delivered and a collection taken up in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, in aid of the School under the direction of the Sisters of Charity—at 10 oclock, A. M. Donation from Sarah Davelin of $5, towards the new Church. Those who stand indebted for this paper, are again requested to pay up their arrears without further delay. We copy this week into our columns a portion of the catechism of Martin Luther, the great Father of the Reformation, so called. It will be read doubtless with much surprise by those who still honour his memory, and call themselves his children. How' different is their belief from bis, at the present day ! We have inserted, likewise, a reply from the Lady Superior of the Ursuline Convent, to the piece published a few days before in the Bunker Hill Aurora, by John Runey, one of the Selectmen of Charlestown, in vindication of the course pursued by him the night of the fire of the Convent. This ans...

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[From the Bunker Hill Aurora.] URSULINE COMMUNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 November 1834

[From the Bunker Hill Aurora.] URSULINE COMMUNITY. Mr. Editor ;—I have seen a piece in your paper, written by Mr. Runey, and as there are some inaccuracies in his statement, I deem it necessary to contradict them. I am surprised that this statement was not produced at an earlier date, as it would have been more creditable to himself, and more satisfactory to the public. With regard to the conversation which he mentions, as having taken place between himself and Miss Harrison, at Mr. Cutter’s house, and on their way to West Cambridge, she told him, on the 11th of August, in presence of the other Se- ] lectmen of Charlestown, that she was unconscious ! of every thing, and that she therefore requested him not to recall the circumstances; that she could not be responsible for what she then said or did, &c. The same she has stated to hundreds of individuals, since the destruction of the Convent ; and she has, particularly, contradicted, both to himself and to others, the asse...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 November 1834

POETRY. [From the Baltimore Chronicle.] LINES On the death of Archbishop Whitfield. Where yonder taper’s lonely glare Lights up the cheerless midnight air, ’T would seem that all were blithe and gay. And joyful as the taper’s ray. But no—within yon chamber’s walls, Disease’s voice for solace calls And human anguish rolls in vain, Upon the couch of dying pain. Now mournful anthems slowly rise. And wildly ring the mourner’s cries. And sadly peals the fun’ral toll, A requiem for the passing soul. And now, within the chancel’s breast. The good mari’s sainted relics rest: And freely drops the orphan’s tear, Around his friend and father’s bier. The crosier lies by that, cold hand, In whose firm grasp ’twas wont to stand And see upon the soulless breast The cross of love ari(J duty rest. The thin grey locks of life’s last day, Beneath the gorgeous mitre stray— And hope’s last look is smiling now, Around the pale but placid brow. How sweet is virtue’s living scene, So still, and humble, and...

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Page 368 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 November 1834

BOARDING HOUSE. The Subscriber begs leave most respectfully to inform his friends and the public, that he still continues at his Old Stand, No. 23 Federal Street, corner of Franklin Street, and feels happy to state that he devotes his time exclusively to the accommodation of all those who may honour him with their patronage. The central situation of his house renders it a desirable mansion for all those who may have occasion to visit this city. Nov. 1. THOMAS MURPHY.

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Page 368 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 November 1834

MARRIAGES. Patrick Galvin and Mary Connors ; Patrick Hersey and Anne Smyth. 0 @ DEATHS. William Foy, 3 weeks; Martin Boyle, 30 years ; Margaret Byrne, 38 years; Margaret O’Connor, 22 years ; Mary Hays, 35 years ; Brian Daley, 6 months ; Neil Kenney, 10 months. OUSE FOR SALE. For sale, a small convenient Brick House, situated opposite the Catholic Church now building on Pond street, and numbered 73; said House has a kitchen, parlour, and five chambers, convenient yard and good water, price $2,200. Apply to ADIN HALL, No. 10, Exchange Street. Nov. 15. NOTICE. P. DENyiR respectfully informs the Catholics of Boston and vicinity, that he is duly appointed Superintendent of the Burying Ground in Charlestown. Persons wishing to employ him, will leave their directions at P. Mooney’s Bookstore, s or at his dwelling, No. 29 Austin Street, near the Catholic Church, Charlestown. Nov. 15. John Byrne respectfully informs his 1a friends and the public, that he continues the Stone Cutting business,...

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Page 368 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 November 1834

WTILLIAM DAILY, No. 18 School Street, Boston, would respectfully inform his friends and the public, that he, in connexion with his former business, of Fruit and Flowers, has, at the solicitation of his friends, opened an Intelligence Office, for the accommodation of those who may be disposed to favour him with any thing in that line. The Irish people generally are requested to apply as above. ' Oct. 25. GOLD AND 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. Watches, Jewelry and Spectacles repaired. Feb. 8. • CASH STORE. ELIA 15 STONE BREWER, No. 414 Washington Street, (South-End) Boston, has received an , extensive assortment of w...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 November 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Eld Qe6; -UTtiQ fi/ICjV, Tl; Xliff rjtlibv ; —SI DEUS PRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS? IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US? ROM. VIII. XXXI. yol. y. BOSTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1831. AO. XUII. The J ESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday) by HENRY L. DEVEREUX, I'or the Proprietors, at $3 per annum, in advance. All Communications must be post paid, and directed to the Editors of the “ Jesuit,” Boston, Moss. The object is to explain, diffuse and defend the Principles of the O.ve, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. « Office 11 Devonshire Street. T H E JE SUIT. 22, 1834.

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Ireland. TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 November 1834

Ireland. TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND. Darrynane Abbey, Sept. 20, 1834. Hereditary bondsmen, know you not, Who would be free, themselves must strike the blow? Fellow-Countrymen—l have avowed myself a ministerialist! I have since read Lord Brougham’s speech at Inverness. It is a hard thing to swallow—a desperate gulp it is there 1 have swallowed it—and 1 am, 1 believe, a ministerialist still. But how ? Aye, that is the question. In what way, and how far am I a ministerialist? Why, just so far as may be useful to Ireland, and not one inch beyond. I do not belong in any respect to the do little administration, which, according to JiOrd Brougham, was Lord Grey’s administration of last session ; neither tvill I have any connexion with the do less ministry, which, it seems, is to be Lord Brougham’s ministry of the next session. Why, then, do I avow myself a ministerialist ? For two reasons— The first is, that I pay very little attention to anything Lord Brougham says. He makes a greater numbe...

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EARE GREY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 November 1834

EARE GREY. There is much truth, and a great deal of humor m the subjoined extract from a late number of Blackwood's Magazine. The retirement of the late English Premier is attributed to its real causes—the opposition of O’Connell and the manoeuvre of his colleagues.— Catholic Herald. How Allsop and Buckram decoyed Grey out of the House, and slapped the door in his face. — Grey swore he would sooner give up the books at once than keep them, as Allsop seemed willing to do, at Dan’s will and pleasure. Nothing had enraged Dan so much as tlje rap over the knuckles which he got when Grey sent the policemen round by the pond, and dispersed the riot which he and Tipperary had kicked up. Grey, as I told you, had stationed a watchman j on the premises ever since, along with the house-dog, Dragon, and had given him strict orders that if he found two fellows together in the street after dark, he should lay hold of them at once, and send them to the round house; and the watchman did his duty so ...

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[From the Detroit Courier.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 November 1834

[From the Detroit Courier.] The subjoined communication is from a highly respectable source, and we take pleasure in inserting it, for we aim only at truth. We cannot find, however, that there was an error in our statements respecting the late riot at Baltimore. They were based on the accounts of some of our j first journals, and were by no means intended as a justification of the Charlestown outrage. As matters of fact, we had no reason to doubt their truth, when concurred in by several authorities of so high standing. In relation to the disgraceful scene at Charlestown, we were unwilling to withhold a candid . . expression of our feelings : and if the article to which our correspondent refers, contains any remark or assertion not founded in truth, we shall not hesitate to make due acknowledgment, O 1 | when satisfied that such is the fact. The affair of the Ursuline Convent, associated as it is with a religious character, was calculated to arouse the feelings of every one that lov...

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[From the Detroit Free Press.] ST. CLARE’S SEMINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 November 1834

[From the Detroit Free Press.] ST. CLARE’S SEMINARY. The cholera has disappeared from amongst us, the warm weather changed into pleasant, and business-men are seen again in the streets of Detroit, and the city begins to live anew. St. Clare’s Seminary announces therefore to the citizens of Detroit and its vicinity, that arrangements are made for their school to commence its course again on the Bth of this month. All acquainted with the governments of that school know that nothing has been omitted last year to advance the scholars, though many unpleasant difficulties seemed to be at first against the institution. More, if possible, will be done for tbe ensuing year. Besides the teachers who will be competent and zealous, others are expected, who will be a great acquisition to the institution. Our citizens are too w'ell acquainted with the important advantages arising from an institution of this kind to need discussion—a good education is the source of social and individual happiness....

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LUTHER’S CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 November 1834

LUTHER’S CATECHISM. Collected from his works by Lewis Ussleber, translated from the original German, for the Catholic Herald. Q. What is the second part of the Christian Catechism ? A. Christian faith. Q,. What are the articles of Christian faith ? A, The following. I believe in God the Father, &c. Q. Can the Christian church err, or teach falsehood ? A. “ The. church must not and cannot lie, or teach error, not even in a single article. Were she to teach a single lie, the whole would be false, as Christ says, Luke xi, chap. ‘ Take heed, therefore, that the light, which is in thee, he not darkness. If then thy whole body be lightsome, having no part of darkness ; the whole shall be lightsome,’ that is, all must there be light, and no darkness; the church must teach the pure word of God, or truth, and no error nor lie. And how could it be otherwise ? For the mouth of the church is the mouth of God. And again : God cannot lie ; therefore neither can the church.” So far Mar...

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[From the Catholic Herald.] THE CONVERT. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 November 1834

[From the Catholic Herald.] THE CONVERT. All acknowledge that the Church, which is now called the Roman Catholic Church, is the same church of which St. Peter was the head ; but Sectarians assert, that she has long since fallen into errors and damnable doctrines, and therefore she cannot now be the true church of God. Where, then, is it 1 I am in search of the truth, and I cannot give up the inquiry without making a fair and candid examination. It is admitted by all dissenters from the Catholic church, that the said church was the true church of God in the days of the Apostles, but that at present, she can have no claim to truth. 1 have asked them to inform me where the truth may he found. I have not received a satisfactory answer. Some say it exists somewhere in the Christian church—others give it to the Episcopalians—at one time tjie Presbyterians claim it ; at another, the Methodists, Baptist, and so of the rest. Among all these contradictions —amidst all this confusion and clack...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 November 1834

Donation towards the New Church of $5, by ■ Patrick M’Carthy ; $2, by David Ryan ; $2, by James Rose ; $2, by James Ryan, Dedham, j The collection in the Cathedral, on last Sun- i day, in aid of the School under the direction of j the Sisters of Charity, amounted to $232,80.

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CARD. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 November 1834

CARD. The Superior of the Ursuline Community I expresses her unwillingness to enter into any ; controversy with Mr. Edward Cutter in relation to the events of the Convent—and her intention to offer no reply to the multiplied exaggerations : and palpable mistatements, not to speak of contradictions, which he has thought proper to in-j troduce into his late piece published in the Bunker-Hill Aurora. She feels satisfied such mistatements carry with them their own refu- j tation. She has no desire, therefore, to have! any further communication with either Mr. Runey or Mr. Cutter on this unpleasant subject I —and shall not in future notice any thing which they may either indite themselves, or which they may hire others to do for them, in vindication of their extraordinary conduct on the j late occasion. We have often heard it deplored, notwit!)- | standing the great beauty of the site on which j the late Convent was erected in Charlestown, j that that spot had ever been selected for such...

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