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[From the Catholic Herald.] LUTHER’S CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 December 1834

[From the Catholic Herald.] LUTHER’S CATECHISM. Q. Which is the fourth part of the Christian j Catechism ? A. The holy Sacraments. Q. How many Sacraments are there ? A. Seven. Q. How are they called? A. “The first, Baptism ; the second, Confir- “ mation ; the third, the Eucharist, or Sacrament “of the Altar; the fourth, Penance ; the fifth, “ Extreme Unction; the sixth, Priesthood, or I “ Priestly Consecration ; the seventh, Matrimo- “ ny.” Martin Luther in the 7th part of the Latin Wittemburg edition, 321 st page, in Resolu- ■ iionihus. on the sacrament of holy baptism. Q. What is Baptism ? A. “ Baptism is not mere common water, but “ water with the word and commandment of “God, thereby sanctified.” Luther in the 6th part. 83d page, in the large Catechism. Q. What is the word of God ? A. “ What our Lord Jesus Christ spoke in “the end of Matthew.” “Go into the whole “ world, teach all nations, and baptize them in | “ the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of “ the holy Ghost.” ...

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[From the Catholic Telegraph.] DEDICATION OF THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. LOUIS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 December 1834

[From the Catholic Telegraph.] DEDICATION OF THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. LOUIS. ~ * “ The stream of the river maketh the City of ( God joyful; the Most High hath sanctified his [ own Tabernacle.” Psai. xv. 5. Subdued by the consciousness that my powers of description are altogether inadequate to |do justice to so noble a theme, I cannot, however suppress the hasty sketch 1 have taken of] the “opening” of the splendid Cathedral of St. Louis, referring your readers for more extend- j ed, if not more accurate information on the sub- 1 ject, to the “Shepherd of the Valley.” The Cathedral is 134 feet long by 84 wide.; There are 8 rows of pews, 25 in each row, calculated to contain at least 800 persons. There are two magnificent colonnades at opposite j sides in the body of the church, consisting of ! five massive pillars each; the pillars are of brick, elegantly marbled, and are each four feet in diameter. At each side of the sanctuary, over the altar, | are two small galleries, or tribunes ; o...

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[From the Catholic Telegraph.] SISTERS OF CHARITY,—Nazareth, Kr. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 December 1834

[From the Catholic Telegraph.] SISTERS OF CHARITY,— Nazareth, Kr. None more than ourselves can rejoice in the growing prosperity of our native land. We love to see cabins and hamlets and towns spring up amid the western forests —trees levelled by the hands of the husbandman—green fields teeming with the fruits of honest industry, and our streams bearing the rich produce of a cultivated soil. In this smiling aspect of nature, j we find indications of prosperity which gladden the heart, and our first impulse is to bless that God, who watches with so singular a providence over our country, and dispenses so largely, his bounties to our people. There is, however, a prosperity which we more deeply prize and cherish ; because it not only sustains, but enhances, in an eminent degree, the temporal blessings we enjoy. We mean the prosperity which flows from the cultivation of the mind. Its fruits are imperishable; its influence is exercised over the lives of individuals and the destinies of n...

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[From the Courier and Enquirer.] BIGOTRY AND INTOLERANCE—THE PROTESTANT VINDICATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 December 1834

[From the Courier and Enquirer.] BIGOTRY AND INTOLERANCE—THE PROTESTANT VINDICATOR. We have heard intelligent Europeans say that there was more genuine bigotry and intolerance in this country, than in Rome itself; and it must be confessed, that from time to time, appearances ; would seem to sanction the assertion. It has also been frequently observed, that the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States was particularly distinguished for its freedom from these antiquated faults of an ignorant and barbarous awe. But we have now before us the thirteenth number of a weekly paper called the Protestant Vindicator, which, if conducted in the spirit therein displayed, will we fear, ere long, rob that church of this honourable distinction. We do not meddle in the contests of ambitious and aspiring sects, nor with their theological warfare ; but we hold it to be the duty of every conductor of a public press to do all in his power to check and discourage that spirit of persecution and in...

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

It will be recollected, that last Sunday, the Collectors of the several Wards in this city, for the new Catholic Church, were requested to give in their returns. In consequence of a funeral, which many of them were obliged to attend, but few of them assembled, agreeably to the notice given. Therefore, it becomes necessary to call a new meeting. Accordingly, the Collectors for the new Church, are requested again to meet, next Sunday, in the SchoolRoom, immediately after Vespers, for the purpose of giving in their returns. It is hoped none of them will be absent this time. On last Sunday, $l5 were received from Ward 10, through Patrick M’Cafferty. It will be impossible, we understand, for the new Church in Pond Street, to be completed this season. Therefore, it has been determined to finish, at least, as far as it may be practicable, the Basement story of it. The children of the congregation will thereby be enabled |to assemble in that place, and to receive instruction. | Even Divine ...

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[From the Catholic Telegraph.] ST. LOUIS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 December 1834

[From the Catholic Telegraph.] ST. LOUIS. The learned and pious Bishop of Vincennes jj was consecrated by the venerable Bishop of) Bardstoun, assisted by the Bishops of St. Louis 11 and Cincinnati, on Tuesday, 29th of October, -: Feast of St. Simon and Jude. Nearly all the ; clergy that had assisted at the dedication of the j Cathedral, staid to witness this interesting rite, . by which a now successor was given to the Apostles, a Bishop placed to rule a large portion of the Church of God, and a most valuable addition made to tlie Prelacy in the United States. The: sermon was preached by the Bishop of Cincinna-n ti, from-the text, St. John xxi, 12, “ Simon. I Invest thou me more than these ?” In the course ; of his remarks, the Bishop established by several brief but peremptory arguments from Scripture I and tradition, the divine institution of Episcopacy ; expatiated on the services rendered by the first order of the Christian Hierarchy to religion, by the vigilance with which, whe...

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MR. COBBETT'S ARRIVAL IN CORK. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 December 1834

MR. COBBETT'S ARRIVAL IN CORK. Yesterday morning, from an early hour, the Lower Glanmire road was thronged with persons { wlk) were anxious to catch a first glimpse of Mr. 1 Cobbelt, whose arrival was fixed for two o’clock, and therefore endeavoured to pre-occupy every eminence from which he could best be seen. The day was remarkably fine, and continued so throughout the entireday. At one o’clock the procession formed in Patrick street, and in half an hour they were in motion. The carriage of Dr. Baldwin, M. P. led i the way. He was accompanied by his son Master Herbert Baldwin, Messrs. Creedon, and O’Donovan, Secretaries of the Cork Trades’ Asso- | ciation (who together with the hon. member, i were to present the citizens address to Mr. Cobbett,) and Mr. Rouiere Pearce. Mr. Ronayne’s j carriage followed, and with him were Messrs. ; Sheahan, M’Eligott, James Hayes, and Hennesj sy. The Messrs O’Keeffe followed, and were | succeeded by numerous vehicles and troops of ; equestrians. Mr...

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Page 392 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 December 1834

@@ DEATHS. Hannah Moakler, 42 years; Eliza M Devitt, 28 years; John Killcline, 8 days; Margaret Sullivan, 5 months; Margaret Dee, 8 years; Hugh M Kenna, 74 years ; John Flynn, 27 years. A NEW ASSORTMENT OF IiROADCLOTHS AND CASSIMERES, AT VERY REDUCED PRICES. ELIAB STONE BREWER, No. 414 Washington street, has received a large assortment of Superfine, Fine and Common Broadcloths. purchased at the Auctions in New York anc Boston, which he will sell by the piece or yard at prices as low as they can be purchased of the importer or manufacturer by the bale. Among them are the following desirable shades of colours, viz : Superfine, Fine and Common Black Broadcloths. Also—Ladies’ Cloths, for Habits, Cloaks, &,c. Also—4o pieces Cassimeres, of colours and qualities suitable for children’s wear. 25 pieces Striped, Blue, Mixt, &c. Satinets. E. S. B. would take this opportunity to inform his customers that it is his intention to deal largely in the Cloth business, and tha...

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Page 392 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 6 December 1834

SILVER Spoons, manufactured and warranted, at A. CUTLER'S, No. 217 Washington Street, opposite Franklin Street. Also has on hand a prime assortment of silver and steel Spectacles, Watches, Jewelry, Brittannia Ware, plated Tea and Table Spoons, brass Timepieces and a great variety of Fancy Goods, of the best quality, and at low prices. Watches, Jewelry and Spectacles repaired. Nov. 22. 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 ot his house renders it a desirable mansion lor all" those who may have occasion to visit this city. Nov. 1. THOMAS MURPHY. Wyß/MLLIAM DAILY, No. 18 School Street, Bos- ¥ W ton, would respectfully inform his friends and the public, that he, in connexion with h...

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

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El u Osdg V7li() ipiidv, ng xuff ; —SI DEUS PRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS ? IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US 1 ROM. VIII. XXXI. VOL. Y. BOSTON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1831. NO. L.. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday) by HENRY L. DEVEREUX, for the Proprietors, at js3 per annilm, 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, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office 11 Devonshire Street. T If E JESUI T. BOSTON, DECEMBER 13, 1831

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Ireland. LETTER II. TITHES! TITHES! TITHES! TO WILLIAM SHERMAN CRAWFORD, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 December 1834

Ireland. LETTER II. TITHES! TITHES! TITHES! TO WILLIAM SHERMAN CRAWFORD, ESQ. Darrynanc Abbey, Ist October, 1834. My Dear Bir —The subject of my first letter to you is of sufficient interest to justify the length of that letter. This shall be more brief, and will include all I need for the present say on that subject. I have fully developed my plan. It consists ; First —.Of the total abolition of tithes in name and nature, so that the thing itself should never exist in any shape or form, and that its very name should merely denote an oppression which had ceased to exist. Secondly —Of making compensation to the lay impropriators to the full extent of the ordinary market price of their property in tithes. Thirdly' —Of making compensation to all such Protestant incumbents as have parochial duties to perform to a Protestant congregation and have hitherto performed such duty. Fourthly —Of making compensation also to all other incumbents as have at present onetenth of their parishioners P...

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[From the Boston Daily Atlas.] TRIAL OF THE CONVENT RIOTERS. Supreme Judicial Court. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 December 1834

[From the Boston Daily Atlas.] TRIAL OF THE CONVENT RIOTERS. Supreme Judicial Court. Cambridge, Dec. 2, 1t;34. CASE OF BUZZELL, Brickmaker, Charlestown. The above trial commenced this morning.— Forty jurors answered to their names. Many of those afterwards called were challenged by the prisoners, but the following individuals were eventually impannelled and sworn—Abner Albee, Hopkinton ; Nathan Brooks, Acton ; Joseph Bigelow, Natick; Artemas Cutler, Malden; John dotting, Weston ; Perry Daniels, Hopkinton ; Osgood Dane, Lowell; Thomas J. Elliott, Charlestown ; Wm. Ferris, Natick; Reuben Haynes, Sudbury; John Jones, Weston ; Wm. Rice, Sudbury. Each of the above were then sworn and declared that they had not formed an opinion either as to the guilt or innocence of the prisoners or of any of the individuals who committed the outrage at Charlestown ; that they (the jurors) were without any particular interest or prejudice in relation to this trial, and that they had no conscientious scru...

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[From the New York Catholic Diary.] THE "COURIER AND ENQUIRER." Is the Catholic Religion hostile to Liberty ? [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 December 1834

[From the New York Catholic Diary.] THE "COURIER AND ENQUIRER." Is the Catholic Religion hostile to Liberty ? In the Courier and Enquirer of Nov. 29th, the ji leading editorial article was headed *' South America." Alluding to the political condition of j that country, it attributes its present turbulent and distracted state to the influence of the Catholic Priesthood. The special drift of the editoI rial writer is, obviously, censure of the Catholic Religion—his leading accusation, that it is unfavourable to liberty and the enlightenment of the human mind ! Charges of this kind, it is well i known, have been, and are, a favourite theme with Protestants ; —discussed, too frequently, ; under prepossession of mind, under the influences of hatred or prejudice—seldom honestly and disj passionately. The remarks in the Courier are not in the wonted lone generally apparent in that i journal when matters bearing on religion are discussed. In the present instance, we think there may be trace...

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THE ORACLE OF DELPHOS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 December 1834

THE ORACLE OF DELPHOS. It was customary among the ancient philosophers, when in pursuit of any important information to consult the Oracles through which Satan often made very significant answers. - It is related of that wishing to pass a virtuous life, he went to consult the oracle of Delphos, in order, that he might learn the step necessary to j be taken ; the answer he received, was, consult the dead! Solemn reflection ! and truly important for j those who would either bid adieu to a sinful course, or pursue a life of virtue ; for let us consult the demise of our ancestors, or our parents, or our friends; those whom we have attended in the last moments of dissolution, or those whom we have followed to the grave, whither we must soon descend ; what is the language they severally hold ? If you would live virtuously and die happily, profit by the lesson of our death I The more salutary as are the thoughts of death for the wise regulation of our daily actions, the more do men become ...

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

The following sums were received from the Colj lectors on last Sunday, towards the new church, viz.: Pr. Hugh Cumisky, William’s Island, $lOO 00 “ Daniel M'Gowen, Ward No. 9, 17 00 “ John Ryan, “ “ 10 00 “ Mr. Butler, Ward No. 8, 8 75 “ Robert Watts. Ward No. 5, 5 50 8141 25 Donation from Rev. Mr. Tyler, 40 00 “ from Rev. Mr. Curtin, 10 00 “ from Samuel Sandford, 20 00 “ from John Sheehy, 1 00 Total ' $212 95 The Basement story of the new Catholic church in Pond Street will bo ready for divine service on Christmas day. The trial of Buzzell one of the rioters, still conj tinues. We have just time to insert a cursory view | of the Attorney General’s speech on the occasion, I taken from the Daily Advertiser. The Attorney General addressed the Jury. I Tiie result of the trial, be said, was important; important to the prisoner; important to the country: but most of all was it important to | those who were to decide it. He would not I entertain a doubt that the jury would decide | it just...

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

POETRY. [From the Casket.] ■ THE MONARCH’S WISH. Psalm 54, v. 7. The wearied monarch sat apart, A moment from his troubles free ; Saddened in soul, and sick at heart, With earthly pomp and vanity : And while with burdening cares he strove, And griefs were gathering in his breast, He sighed for pinions like a dove, To flee away and be at rest. He languished for a calm retreat. Some far away and peaceful shore; Untrodden, but by sinless feet, Where earth shouid vex his soul no more; Hate had usurped the bower of love, And wild the phrenzy of his breast; And oh ! for pinions like a dove, To flee away, and be at rest! ’Tis thus with life : its best estate, Is but a feeble ray of joy; An hour of golden hopes elate, Which often clouds and storms destroy ; And while the heart reluctant clings, And sorrows, whelm the labouring breast, Oh ! for the Turtle’s gentle wings, To flee away, and be at rest! And though the joys of earth invite To sip their flattering streams of pain,— Who, that has ...

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Page 400 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 December 1834

FOR SALK AT F. MOONEY’S BOOKSTORE, a View of the. Ruins of the Ursuline Convent; also a View of the Interior of the Cathedral of Boston, by J. H. Bufford. Dec. 13.

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Page 400 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 December 1834

DEATHS. Bridget Daley, 55 years ; Mary Connolly, 33 years; James Smith, 1 day ; Patrick Holt, 21 months; Daniel Sullivan, 2 days ; Henry Daley, 10 weeks. CHARITABLE IRISH SOCIETY.—NOTICE. The regular quarterly meeting of the Charitable Irish Society, will he held at Mr. Thomas Murphy’s, Federal street, on MONDAY Evening next, the 15th inst. at 7 o'clock, P. M. Punctual attendance is requested. Dec. 13. JOHN MACKEY. Sec’y. 4 FRESH supply of Oatmeal of superior quality, received and for Sale by JAMES KING, corner of Devonshire and Water Streets, by Wholesale and Retail. Dec. 13. LADIES LONDON MADE CLOTH CLOAKSL 11 E Subscriber has opened 250 London made iL Cloth Cloaks, an excellent article for young ladies to wear to School, or for evening-parties, and will be sold for less than cost of importation, at E. S. BREWER’S, No. 414 Washington Street. Sept. 20. IT MBRELLAS, Parasols, Musical-Instruments and J Canes, may be had on good terms, at CHARLES H. KEITH’S Manufactory, on the corner ...

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