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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 March 1871

i Morning.5li aslJ th lr A xnw oLAN . ms ; g tZreApoo0 I b o. U rAM. olRD or OMM B but I Princes. Clotilde"s iving n retrement m at Geneva. dead e Zmpress Eugenie hs 'given S£BS-t Dal sasbol fund at a iselhurst. JTJebraon Smith la sald to haye.nothing his salary o50,0 a year to live upon. na he Washington Typograpial Union lsE has admitted a colored member. The first .wol Hartford employs, two of ias policemen to see that idle children in that city are o sent to school. e - The Massahusetts House has paed a bill preventing the hunting of deer by . hounds or dogs. The .Mrs. Tupper Wilkes, the olergywoman of the i Minnesota, has a ualary of $200 a year, d is to get more. ..at. "!1e new streets in Cal e, the capital mie o Bavsial, iare all namedl after tbhe German va ze etoes in France. Th The New Zealanders are turning their JTh9o a to ailk eulture. Where laSydney York amth's sarcasm nowt abom l Queen Victoria has contributed $1000 beý wards the fund for the sufferers by the in- Aar...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 March 1871

a ettlement e o not a es.. oo yeamt $ resalt ofoarde r maes ; wild. Thed a e trajan atk %e L· m- hunte re m, uasmsy ridno t ea ealable TOM li_ to the foiilin-sec Ssettemen co pe troyd. Our Western oty ttamey t dore sat n e of yearu till ey - pr7 uposan b nyrashopsers, cut nworms, Muds, ý.WMi laruog every gren thing, and Io jest reasult of our de arnabti 1ro ea o tie H or child r b en traineden to feed d hunters al harmless, birdseful Ure/, such is~e rtlion s would pot nd The usefulness WI many kinds of suell be a bNemrom so obwiouos that grave city oupply of slma aed bipropriations of city Spe. to import sparrows ftom Europe to re .sapray upon Wcllaree and other insedits isagre able n appearance aworms touch, end t t to feed nd caress all harmless birds a rep ts, setuch importations would pot now be necessary; for we lisould have and' fiull supplj of acclimated birds and domesticated iuards and toadof. Tobhe dtrd tive anturked dis agreeable bu grhe h and worms that prey upon our ~e...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 March 1871

wr. AWi W. i .oWhat is totha r es o that If V i lea e. it A groat fsaneal reformer s ce devoted. to mes that when he has nothing else to do Ms ase .up! ees.* . To Lad Raiay Travelers-.-Pr Ise, j forematlons "reesly aae last train apply to it the loading drssers An old easrdplayliag diWUP bnkOe a for her waste of time, # s tr, there is a deal oftime Iot' in u$lfiin. the w cards." II A man who st614another man'shat, eves 5a when his name was written on it, was let t ofan othe ground that he was collecting ; autographs. et It was a wiieisg in speaking of the hap inea of' eopl1 maid, t~ "Dat.ar jow de 'joy . deyevei 'd 4 tots in pi hy The of tobe w A nsatem  g thwaotho 'eir t hads o that, di hici; * Yis,*~ a hean and diieken ow, :there pabbe 'mo amorein spa iptiateplace fe: h air C -ago. .is Vi yep dakse aumdbinxr maid a Ger man teetotaler to .Med, while atanding m near atavern. "Idon4a eare if Io," was the reply. "Yell, den, let us dakea valk." "Now, then, Ahoyi 'rdthmetio, how a ma...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 March 1871

-er " o ime r ty weUe not thie o e tte athrough fseal., the yath , ed too l 1t t ' a' e the a oen , e . . s e t eohoan yoo o Ihot s m ther donsei l.e ar 8 so ISOb n ano ans are free, ds ye0 voces andd rotest ·agalseton wlnost newIs not this treat ing them a iwthough te were poltroons, Ia 4beughb when st eins they had, through fear, a ooured the faith I  r th rest, dear Mr. Lumber, youin H ar ived too late e nd Aspok i they hae sphokn the wole world at ba and they have all prdnulgabed the Edsp s dogma in their diooeew, 4It-b sene to weto ; ndl il ls'1ai the here.. Aeogst all te 1sto a ofdNorth ioand  thAsrivtion all those of mPandr Seotlaad; fir nad Sio Ss  will not w noy dwjo have not thb n w oeiatio constitution. In -he Cath urea e redued to fu, din (leeit;iar a till smaller number, in Bungs. r. LoAhe, ve e m round tor s pp dra the th~ thers y.ht yeir ou noth e to theand A d oi refe thar that fwholur world mridst mosl ual peri; fiat gies privationso and ti gs, and who-rtau ly...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 March 1871

· -4WD usee ey a .te; df 'w ie assemblywhere e wr .tried those Sdrse oessful . into pensions it it:evr attempted to t e clamor or by iy cosietri their conduct has-proved that eo other body is mrejust= ly entitled to   ad~to admiration." lach was the abam opinion entertain edd o thAq  tolico tt of England by William un p=ia Is ixtieth .year. Be hJad .i."i erieid i hrke and the col lesgd'of Pitt, 'taid be belonged to the mall umberof politieians who advocated the emancipation of Catholie while they resisted parliamentary ferm. , The peti"to n the House of Lords was ypEarl Grey,,and it was evident nthahe ryegarded the fact of the Fifth tuon being embodied in it very diifreny from those lax Catholics who afterwards pretended that they had, p ant 1othing in igning it beyond "a eeen expression tgeed -humtor." Sas, eveda"al sesul. persoes tpst S"have lieved, then,, a -they believe o-wr, btC~ d li '·ls. at saedgeds the es to submit with gratitude to the hu  o the veto. 1 ý thebi l ad it...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 March 1871

. Munts sae`' e. 4 W , Mi ro,7. .... ,.ss-m.a,,s o . re WE vE. Baowns Dvorrox ,, 82. P,,. 4ilailaW a mnorning l i th. Retus Devotions beqga eatt.. Pat -0 ansea Use, 8 A. .a Benediction of the B edim Se---mnmt at 7 o'lock in the evening. W e attealle ilgh Mea on Thereday morainE: as- 1asderng the extCemel o inclement ther, the attendae wias very ood. ---e e. pastor, FntheY lang"an, tho1a6 H-d a msmeD by the bev. Fathers HPea a-nd Ai, sad F~ather Jeremiah Moynihan m j of ceremonie. Mass was read t' of " the Blesed Virgha, the a3in B n whAoh the most Bofnted Baers :-_twas exposed, belng most elegantly r.l ornamented. At 7 o'6ok in the s~al-Oe$ih W4Ma n Tusda~y morning ls,th wening, Father Healin preached to g very large congregtion. . The ceremonies closed aith Beneda ictiona t d, a sermon delivered by the Rev. Father aihs of remonith sol. High was, rat 8ater 8. ., of the Church of the lemms ~te Conception, on Friday t evening. The carmones throughout were very well am eaded, the nu...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 March 1871

orni tar .. rhe ornveit 8s o.. aso in attendanoe, as wheei,* Dr. E. Dmpeagain d a Lt etr, k 4w I a par.oposed ws of y we celebrate, ° o s' º the Asasooation. Wo S"Our Invited G n, wsemilbd '' f lb.. 6, HIt did inr pr- d o , -si..,W ar- arn, P to tbe to A ad toby r.j~i~jo , ·e, P- n - o. e match n,.sa cbs town luseo tte re i street, es': palih bation was -sa a rad, ' tem diafter the.ir - pr t at Smarch." n the memears r e- dIsI to ter he ad.4uei oe St St., Peter's , to atten il Etos mI Here it whas o "that as wea.i Irese9 and, after a few prelimsneaear simeq members, with re n ieited guests, yi t to tisrmsaat r in amanner thesu ad Bev. Fathers Jeremllah and Cornelin us w oyntth anad Tooeiyt'hea.Markey, cEq., fm tes bn by theh Staties, Capt. Hunter. Ah. The Cr d Peter .riey, Seq. The greatest ran Fedit is due to the accomplished restoera- ,era re tour who paepared the dinner, for the per- one yr feet success which he achieved. Waio 00 After the intiodaution of several huge no T o...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 March 1871

simm a aend Catholic Messenger. 1IW 0Z3&II5. SUDAY. MARCI i19, I. O. the 4th March, the Most Rev. Arch bisheb. f Cincinnati conferred Tonsure and tfour Minor Orders, at St. Mary's Sealniary, Cldveland, on - Messrs. James Heidenrer, and Thomas Smylb, and the Order of Priesthood on 8h8. '1 beodore Lit tesUt. On Sunday, the two Minored re eeived Sub-deaconabip, and on Monday, 6th inst., Rev. Thomas Smyth was ordained Deacon. A LargeFPrchase.-The Bt. Rev. John J. Williams, Bishop of Boston, has purchased one of the fnestesites for.a chutoproperty in the city-a lot of land on the corner of Chester Park and Huntington Avenue, -ontaning 0,750 sq*are feet, for the sum of 8,l ', -frin Nathan Matthews. The lot bes h front of 205 feet on Chester Park and of 150 feet on Huntingdon avenue. Dioaces of Nort, Carolina.-Oofirmaation B&rices.--The services -beld at different hours at St. Thomas, (Rotnan Catholic) Chuaireb, in this city, on, Sunday last, were peculiarly interesting. At 7 o'...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 March 1871

Star and Catolic WiT ID.W : ` ell-known bank ' 1Cl , turned from Europe. ie thought of Pomp I elegant glace, tir." - said that the w because be hecan *a machine with w ner by the staokp rtain ilergymani, coat and an unm 1, thinks tbat, the p in a world wher . ibrella will be r. lady entering theb bite House, a geMo He was told it was a ich he said he had iftn n's choice, but had never seep , being awakened by. the captain nger steamer with me annoupee at he must not esea py hbisberti boots on, considerately. r won't 'hurt 'Iem they'ean oa Jade," said iin ~ it was a custom bands as it ktfet " Why, myg e "ý 9 cheat some'- ma an 'bei ! , emaciated ,ris , in his lasSd pnugs mus k me tle mate. lons fop, who had "oyed his remarks his partite the ong bther empty; "Ahe had ev " No," Was the .", them bored." who had forgetfnliK n the piano last m " ave any thing,A i ul- Ael yes, dear! TbiakSt I.have or ow piano stool, somele eurtaius, love of a bonneit." - boy who had imbibed more Ameri...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 March 1871

7 U tab do acyr0660ý c redit I .r . .,nds. Not a h e Jo ~The the mel O&#*W!SI~fr~:tg~tand distri. etd Oi w le"n tse h. an- of e h iner wa. oof o nher .' a itO f tbe theire tb. Va d POt i r batw ar tere y UR $, `,Tdh e s thbeir o In.ordeor i·.iiadepo to the rao8e - 'U wa'UaU6 Ia . na . A tb 8 ee 4bý "cent -dy4II ý, 1 oU. lt I 1' intervefl f erh of ".. a t h $ u o ite "fiutele * hei>bei te . '·R j Tie no $tbbe e b Matdib j ; ils Y "r .'·i ·~~ ~ uirth. qIIi~~k &a us ThI~1c mu. bg e~·P~.m' l~i~ Tb. :. 0 dt· ~iP~OZ· -:F-~*~ ·.· ~~ Q~h'N 4.d4jt a~b it i !hos;ye !!'" 1bii~eoo ve tii co occn a re oos e.aceirun pt` ''a old be- *u nt ~ i s1 t,.it is the t y' o t: "fe faOnce 94 ;e p n it _ have ml t g* thebj afAet . t f he*8o tae t e hind coTd b *e l a~~i~~tbetak·f aoa5 warrap~e~i tiUJ~j ~ thsrrmove at If tlitipOC'~bSn~datod that ja bthe~ir oo tir£unaS is ness~ity , asuredly p. the d eypeflle ouiht til on the ar te are tha will be bnetted by ther pres- n ,aor ei sad abqve a.l Pha ot...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 March 1871

Mornlng Star and Catholic Messenger MorningStarandCatholic PUuLISHIZD WEEKTLY BT rhA Nesw Orleans Cetholi Publisaeton Company, at TAE MORNIN STAR ha b No. 124 Carondelet street. between Poydram and wiauthority of the Diocese, a Lafayette streets. -, anthority ofthDicsosplya -_ I admitted want in New Or mainly devoted to the inter The Directors of the Company are: .Cathol o Churh -- ev. Archbishop N. J. PEnE, To prevent/r Prero an n t. the permanency of the unde Rev. G. RAYMOND, ebased on a joint stock compan Vice President. tal of which is one hundr J. MovYNIANs, i dollars, in five thousand shares, " T. J. KENNY, - :dollars each. JoaHN FLANtI-AGAN. / JoiMc T. GIBRON, -a M ýfl .omncain are adresail Jo. MCFI Treasurer • We approve of the afore AOI(' C" RAPIER, We tay....  TOS. G.A , Secretry. taking, and commend it to t tbe tof our Diocese. communications are to be addres to the our t J. M. ARCBIR.OP OF N.T sofflhe~orning~tar and Get $ J. M.er Asncwnswo o12,w191zws lieation oe,,s-...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 March 1871

M ming Star and Catholic Messenger. t -- -OT.AZm. smear. MANOR M. uan. pi - h, anhp hb ass £p ssl to the Holy e. The defeat of the Relief bill of 1813, Q through the instrumentality of Dr. Milner to did not by any means deter the unsound members of the Catholle Board from p eating their customr intrigues. In Feb had been ýw o Atrose 88 all d upon his dimembered army, a his ruin was near at hand, Pope PIusa VI an w a ellt ateaptive, and the Cardb*ml were po uel~risops or in exile-., -Onajn ti0 Rd1u5asaic dignitarwulf at e me wa m one, as "7onaslnor, sfterwards ca CN Qt rast t. e as the seers- le 'anid -eb-tlket of the Propsganda; ile an the Cathoic Board, as it was called; to dret qs 1t;0 hinm, wIll kvery inac ve d·ab o yratkdalent account of the re- ab ;on ofthe Blief bill of 1813, and of the tri u6 t of Dir. Milner' 6n the' occasion. As va i Qnaraattlt occupied an official posi- ad t e me oet, a high, charaoter, and in a In manner represented the Holy Father him- co self in that ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 March 1871

.in ;Sbiii gi gs . of . neme t t Cblineeu de - Old) the he omeas of e was edos itnoly io spirit, wi beeat test maiesh i tOº s # 'heart. I Rbnndt -sp11a11 u fa q old p aote of inileass an benevolonos towards m the lring, 'a'wellt as i"a elf-de.ala, n44 i a - erenee:of herverys+fibuathe great a e onor' sad 51(7 of God.' WoWi a but a nteek years' o sg whe, aed et no J shadow bad obseefdthe biigbteess'of her: life wheno the adsantag~bl sad eemforts , which she tt e esme st al. i e a b teir . i:o p smIqulee , II luring, W ell eý abeeatdt~ · a After ye" seaw he sttoeal Syherishea, ly parememberesd tl of ur.seth apes who a e as lated with her at Detheacr e. h to the Mother HoIste os n eraledand a there was consumdated the. hell trPimd - age which hab ý ite first beginngleleven At years.pre vluslaw e tlaele, Ill. Its oen . .lo, asweetly, n d4 , was matked by- . ~ ' lybrea frtthn fih o er s rt intothe hands "of isthit Miom that isbrim e habid eena prforinted. Amsong h b coe't  veu...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 March 1871

* D a9s ' xui > 4 w. p at . ........... ... ...4 l............. . It M .:............. 1ý.s .1 ýý .. Adverti sementsi eh i a napws, est Mbo o n answ on. athe 3sd 91at aksNat adr stlanast o gsgifaeseimm te o .ota s FusI .iiSom e W O AS. I DA:. n Cou m U 87 io ,. SUg e de in al d for so lube an D aa ..et..tar sou- a sou m- ear On o.....o, ]ato Air oeud the oA - .· I fwds et iyanot eatYo ste Chmiaoer. Te Measl- im.. personaly Joh tLhe anna Abb ot slaon.s. s. -.n eion ra ted to B. V. ayulio Coarmah. oar TO Pii vrll-te Emm 1t e ca d (thoguh PRne Fater aHbert) SO S. Te sabepUon Alt bha ordered than al annul e ,o -7.- n. ater cofentsgd: he art pro, priedshtsg T noewser ae pvrbo were tlrsIed it di froluletan e Ulmkegiour ibe y otheibne leor thet rsiden sqjece hat Sounder, hasoe frwarded to Flameor sal Ml ptehe eTA thelction of Viter ETmnmano te Aoto. opV per is ouc hin e ioothe pnmotd, soi t re ilz~nJ'ary laos PeNn i n Peruh or an. oredin himoe per i n lly theSth A~emeran neoplo, Indr ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 March 1871

A m Sa "4 these is not h tasseasM . ,lathat'. lmonus trap, sold his patent for .11,000, sad qultprsarehlag. Spiebh e f lsn co in in their pauee but this is aib tode np a dauaee of brass in the cosnatweeoaee. A manufacturer of rat polesd ia Patl committd suicide on account of theh iai biltion of Lis trade. Sarah Wilson, aged seventy-three, hang ,h- erelsf in Boston last week. Sarah was old enough to know better. Maine .aers to every able-bodied male Swede a farm of 100 acres, and exemption ftrm tasation until 1876. A man has been placeden trial in Phila delphia for nicking the tail of his horse, that being construed into cruelty to ani mals. * Out of forty practisaing lawyers in an Antonio, Tesap, eight only get beastly drunk. The latter have got a bad "prac ties." The managing editors of the leading New York daily papers reelive $100 per week. Some of the writers receive $10 per week. Dr. Ayer, of pili fame, has given his same to Groton Junction, Mass. Of course: the town isnow mo...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 March 1871

e is a Cathole instituton. A inevnented it.'Cdh s books bot In EsttiISPWIa thelies printed the ia paper. A Ca tholc  ity was thbi thpaee of the art. o Tbi Catbhlic oh*'e enemies of i infacy ey P!pec lCbola' l tgmadlee . ~3is5 is s the l st pub lse a are ofte tod m .1" teen years before Lutot's rebelioPv ats. l00 cities it Utibp bo, % iwsI -g Pmsses eaitlbl At the Cquncl of LstM ,'# +L S an t declared e nveisdg lo0  O ofdgeo g 4'epropsgatni0 "or0 "*f'gl01 thej oithb or the tadvnoemeo, ofC thhw s r o te the enehmies oif ataeli. ity. hMe seizedAtht ab.oo t ivr p .p all n- iliea g tainted LnBed l CatblO prejudioe. l'Ph is so ms ie! haalsehos are often told un iutentioall . Hiilat'Y, poetry, fiction and eel even cbhool. boki'k:r 'to Itiajre -'the days Church. Scareely a` iodbicor paper is printed " i without some jettolah ie u1ae , th rThgAa. Tbdeseaaq.r edrehttrth boutt out Slslion. PpteatantPned tachisng doge sao little injury to the Church. The s r e-s afe our d geroa ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 March 1871

IIW ON 3W67.I~iflk55~t Fortune is just like -a mirror, it don't alter tea,'it only shows thesm iest e they re. The gufeM s' are usually without 'suspi elon, b.ithbe disho ecla alwayý W , pests ote,sp. t - arpwns of inds is frequent'tj tl1 cause'f 66l iay; we "db not easily be lieve beyond what see - " Ddn't open ydr mOuth so wide," said the 4datist, "I can drawyqgar tooth with out ettig in it," ' "What is the plural of penny I" inquired a schoolma ter. "A'Tppenl!" shboated the sharpest in.the.class.. Why. do sohood bops having their ears boxed resemble eaptaed home-breakers a Beeause 1 tSare haicuffh . The principal ocupation of the "girl of the period" is to sit ast the window and watch forthe "eeming man." On a child betag told that he must be broken of a bea bbit he honestly asked, "Pa, hadn't I better, be amended t" "You cruel man," excla~imed Mrs. Jones. "My teats have nio 'effect on you at all." " Well, drop them, my dear,* said Jones. A veters shbopkeeper says that lthou...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 March 1871

law an35asn, 1s34x. auk5. 2un5. O uior.Tasuaig sauln ausw. t A numearouly attndlmeetlagf the i. Home Government. Assoiation was held' eo Tuesday evenlang.. Theb chair w as - , espled by Mr. Iae But, Q. C. After a severalt gentlemen bad bee admitted s o, members, and some abarne of a routine L character had been trsnsaqted, the - v. Thaddeus O'Malsey rose . propne a reseo I ltion to the t that'ete 1d" 4teo - ra tablishing Home Rule in isreand 'aoppd' by the .Assoc ato, is the one * tl seelp U 0M ted to obviate the jealousies -ao dis.trat which distract and divide us, and is atsd the one which holds out the surest promise of moulding, at no distant period, the va- ti rious onictlng classes of our countrymen q, into one contented, homogeneous people. N The Rev. gentleman, in movingthisresoit. a ti., took occasion to deliver as able, as it calm as argumentative, and as persuasive e an adress as any we have ever read. He y classified the several distrants whiob th tS Asseciation bad to e...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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