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EXISTENCE OF GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 November 1829

EXISTENCE OF GOD. PROVED BY THE FAITH OF MANKIND. *** CONTINUED FROM NO 10 —PAGE 74. *,* We must again remark that the most illustrious Philosophers of Antiquity believed in n Supreme God, and that even when through fear, or policy, they revered the God of a People, or Nation, they acknowledged the Sovereign Power of Him, who called the Universe into existence. If a Democritus, or an Epicurus vainly endeavoured to explain this mighty phenomenon by a fortuitous and mechanical jumbling of Atoms, in order to do away the necessity of an Intelligent Creative Cause; a Plato and a Cicero felt and proved tiie indispensable necessity of acknowledging the existence of that Cause; and the very nature of their quarrel shews how universal was the diffusion of the belief in an Intelligent Being, a Wise and Eternal Ruler of Creation. Lactantius, who was I well versed in these matters, did not hesitate to declare, that such a doctrine had been taught for Fourteen Centuries, in all the Schools of th...

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A LETTER OF THE CELEBRATED CHARLES LEWIS DE HALLER, Member of the Sovereign Council of Berne, TO HIS FAMILY, Informing them of his Conversion to the Catholic, Apostolic, and Roman Church. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 November 1829

A LETTER OF THE CELEBRATED CHARLES LEWIS DE HALLER, Member of the Sovereign Council of Berne, TO HIS FAMILY, Informing them of his Conversion to the Catholic, Apostolic, and Roman Church. In the autumn of 1818, business of a particular kind called me to Naples. In travelling from Reggio to Rome with an English family and a French Clergyman, the Abbe paid a compliment to the unprejudiced sentiments of this family towards the Catholic religion, and on my remarking that it did not surprise me, that the revolution had opened the eyes of a multitude of persons, and that I was myself a Protestant, he was unwilling to believe me. He even applied to me those words of our Saviour spoken to the Centurion of Caphernaum, “ Such faith I have not found among our owm .” Seeing my dispositions, he pressed me strongly, in order to engage me to return to the bosom of the Church which I recognised as true and genuine. I had still a reluctance through motives of human respect, or for fear of causing my...

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[From the U. States Catholic Miscellany.] DISPUTE IN FRANCE ON THE LAWFULNESS OF STAGE ENTERTAINMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 November 1829

[From the U. States Catholic Miscellany.] DISPUTE IN FRANCE ON THE LAWFULNESS OF STAGE ENTERTAINMENTS. It will be readily conceived, that the Church of France was more severe on scenic exhibitions than the State. A multitude of French Provincial Councils are mentioned by French writers on this subject, which speak harshly of them : their censures of Ecclesiastics, who frequent the Theatre, are pointedly severe. The passages against the Stage, which are cited from the Rituals of particular Churches of France, are numerous. Among the writers against the Stage, its adversaries are proud to mention one of the Royal-blood of France, Francis Louis, Prince of Conti. The uniform practice of the Curates of the Gallican Church, was, to refuse the Sacraments to the Theatrical performers, even in their last moments, unless they make a public promise that they would not appear again on the Stage; and, if they did not make this public declaration, Christian burial was denied to their remains. Sti...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 November 1829

In our columns of this day we present a Translation of the Encyclical, or Grand Circular Letter of His Holiness Pope Pius VIII. How satisfactory to our readers must it be to see the Paternal, Pastoral solicitude which he feels for the safety of his Children and Flock ! How correct , how unerring are the sources of his information! How pathetically, how beautifully docs he express his sorrows ! How faithfully does he delineate the machinations, and movements of the transformed Angel of Light in every part of the Catholic world ! Yes, the legitimate, lineal, spiritual descendant of St. Peter, Prince of the Apostles, and First Pontiff of Rome, sheds tears of compassion over the seduction, depravity and spiritual death, which the Arch-fiend of Heresy has caused the Christian Community. Verily is the “ roaring Lion,” according to the mysterious permission of Heaven, let loose upon the earth, and the Heretical wolfdogs are keen for the chase of Chastity, Charity, Christianity and Catholic...

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THE POPE’S ENCYCLICAL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 November 1829

THE POPE’S ENCYCLICAL LETTER. To our Brothers , the Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops, and Bishops : Pius VIII, Pope—Venerable brothers, salutation and benediciion. Ready to take possession in the church of the Lateran, according to the usage of our predecessors of the Pontificate, which has been confided to us, notwithstanding our imperfections, we open our heart to you, venerable brothers, who have been given to assist us' in the discharge of such an important office. However, notwithstanding the consolation which your courage, venerable brothers, imparts to us, we cannot help experiencing an acute feeling of sorrow, on seeing in the midst of peace, the children of the world causing in us the deepest affliction. A\ e are speaking to you of evils which are known to you, which are committed before the eyes of every one —which cause our common tears to fall, and which consequently demand our common efforts to correct, to oppose, and to extirpate. We speak to you of those innumerable ...

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THE TRUE CHURCH. OF THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 November 1829

THE TRUE CHURCH. OF THE CHURCH. Cfj-CONTINTJED FROM NO. 10.—PAGE 78—£$ FIFTH CONCLUSION. The visible Church of Christ, of which we have hitherto treated, is no other than the Roman or Rontifical Church, spread over the whole world. 58. Here it must be observed, that the Roman Church can be taken in a two-fold sense. Ist, For that particular Church alone, which formerly was, and now is, in the City of Rome. 2d, For the collection ot all the Faithful, dispersed throughout the world, who did, and ever will, adhere to the Roman Pontiff. In the latter sense, it has various names. Ist, It is called Catholic or Universal, because it is spread over the whole world. 2d, Pontifical or Papal, because subject to the Pope. 3d, Roman, from its more noble part. 59. We accordingly, in this conclusion, speak of the Roman Church taken only in the latter sense, and assert that to be the True Church, whose properties, we have hitherto explained ; as we shall now shew. The visible Church of Christ canno...

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[From the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] THE PROVINCIAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 November 1829

[From the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] THE PROVINCIAL COUNCIL. October 20th.—The Council sat on Friday and Saturday evenings, and on Sunday the solemn High Mass of the Trinity was celebrated by the Archbishop with similar attendance and ceremony as the Mass of the Holy Ghost was on the day of opening the Council. After the Gospel, the Bishop of Charleston preached a charity sermon. After Mass, the Bishop was seated at the altar, and after the usual psalm and prayers had been sung, the Bishop of Boston as Promoter, requested he would close the council, upon which the Archbishop put the question to the other prelates, who having voted in the affirmative by their Placet, he desired the Archdeacon to ask whether they would assent to the decrees which had been read at the session of the previous evening, which being assented to, the same dignitary summoned the prelates to advance and subscribe them. The Archbishop went first to the table which was in the sanctuary in front of the altar an...

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AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 November 1829

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. To ascertain whether the agents of the American Bible Society really wish to distribute the Scriptures, or whether under the plea of doing this, their principal object is to get money, it seems that some persons in New-Hampshire and Massachusetts, when called upon by the agents, have offered contributions in Bibles already manufactured presuming if the Society wish for money to enable it to make Bibles, its managers would, be more pleased to receive Bibles already made; as these would save the labour of manufacturing them and would enable them to make a more speedy distribution of the scriptures. But strange to tell, in every instance wherein Bibles have been offered, the agents have refused to accept them —demanding the cash, the w hole cash, and nothing but the cash. When Dr. Proudfit was in Portsmouth lately (as we learn from an article in the N. H. Observer) some persons, if not a number, offered to give the Dr. for the use of the Society, a lot of well m...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 November 1829

We feel much pleasure in announcing to our Friends and the Catholics of the Eastern States in general, the return of the Right Rev. Dr. Fenwick, on the 1 1th inst.—He w as accompanied by the Right Rev. Dr. Rosati, the Bishop of St. Louis, Missouri, and the Rev. M essrs. Blanc and Jean Jean. They have all arrived in excellent health and spirits. The pious and venerable Bishop of St. Louis will celebrate High Mass to-morrow in the Church of the Holy Cross, at 10 o’clock—on which occasion the Pastoral Letter of the Arch-Bishop and Bishops to the Roman Catholics of the United States, will be read.

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POETRY [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 November 1829

POETRY THE CONVERT TO THE CATHOLIC FAITH. “ How vast is the mercy of the Lord !” Ecc. svii. 23. From darksome haunts devoid of ev’ry ray, That swells in glory on the rising day. Led by the hand of Sion’s bounteous king To realms of light, these grateful lays I sing. Where dead to every sense of true content Icny’d ray passions and pursued their bent. And deaf to all religion’s sacred ways, Pursued a course of dire abandon’d days. But now, Dear God ! how chang’d from that sad hour When Hell’s wide jaws had sought rae to devour. Then oh! when rushing to Destruction’s steep A voice sweet-sounding bade me “ pray and weep ;*• Thanks ! to that eternal power divine Which rais’d me prostrate from the fatal shrine; All thanks to Him, the Ruler of the skies, Who ne’er disdains the contrite suppliant’s sighs; Who makes me now one of that Papal School Where Christ the master gives the sacred rule; W here martyrs, virgins and apostles learn’d To loathe the pomps of this deluded world. Ves, when ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 November 1829

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Ei 6 &sog uirsp wv, rig xa,d' rj,u .wv ; —si decs pro nobis, quis contra nos ?—if god be for us, who is against us ?—rdm. viii. xxxi. VOL. I. BOSTON, SATURDAY, IVOVEMBEK 21, 1829. ISO XII. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Sa'tirday,) by S. CONDON & F. 11. EATON, for the Proprietors, at S3 per annum, in advance. — All Communications must be post paid, and directed to the Editors of the “Jesuit,” Poston, Mass. The object is to explain, diffuse and defend the Principles of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. *** Office No. 14, State-Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, NOVEMBER 21, 1829.

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EXISTENCE OF GOD. PROVED BY THE FAITH OF MANKIND. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 November 1829

EXISTENCE OF GOD. PROVED BY THE FAITH OF MANKIND. JjCJ-CONTINUED FROM NO. 11. —PAGE 82._£$ We are aware that travellers! in their Neomania, from their great desire to be quoted as Authors, and to deal in the Marvellous, as well as in Novelty, inconsiderately pass sentence upon what they had neither the time nor the means to ascertain, and had flung the uncharitable and dark suspicion of Atheism upon the inhabitants of the Antilles, upon the Brazilians, Canadians, Hurons, Iri<juois, and Hottentots. Sceptics and other beings stupefied into Atheism, rejoiced in this imaginary triumph. Of this class were Bayle and Helvetius. This triumph terminated in their disgrace, for, the narratives upon which they based their arguments, had been proved to be lies by subsequent, faithful and circumstantial accounts. If those nations formed gross conceptions of the Deity—if they exhibited a caricature of Religion, the point is at once established. One of the numerous instances which might ...

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A LETTER OF THE CELEBRATED CHARLES LEWIS DE HALLER, Member of the Sovereign Council of Berne, TO HIS FAMILY, [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 November 1829

A LETTER OF THE CELEBRATED CHARLES LEWIS DE HALLER, Member of the Sovereign Council of Berne , TO HIS FAMILY, Informing them of his Conversion to the Catholic, Apostolic, and Roman Church. %* CONTINUED FROM NO. 11—PAGE 83. My journey to Paris had no relation to this object. My design was purely personal and literary, as I subsequently wrote from this place to ray elder brother; but scarcely had I spent eight days in the capital, where I expected to enjoy at least some moments of satisfaction, when, behold—news is brought me from Switzerland, that two journalists, friends neither to the Catholic nor Protestant Religion, and in other respects sworn enemies to my country and person, making no account of the tranquility of a family, and the happiness of an individual, publicly announce my conversion ; and that one of these journals, without mentioning my name, indicates the place and period with sufficient correctness. Language, my dear Brothers and Sisters, cannot describe the agony in...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 November 1829

The Catholic Church of the Holy Cross in this city, crowded as it always is on the Lord’s Day, was, on Sunday last, filled unto overflow ing. The Right Rev. Bishop Rosati officiated at the solemn Pontifical Mass ; the Rev. Mr. Ffrench, acted as Assistant Priest, the Rev. Mr. Blanc as Deacon, the Rev. Mr. Wiley, as Sub-deacon, and the Rev. Mr. Jean Jean, as Master of Ceremonies. The Right Rev. Bishop of Boston, sal opposite to the Right Rev. Dr. Rosati, who occupied at certain stages of the adorable sacrifice of the Mass, a splendid Pontifical Throne. Immediately after the Gospel, the Rev. Mr. O’Flaherty, having received the Benediction of the Right Rev. Celebrant, ascended the Pulpit, and before he commenced to read the Pastoral Letter of the Arch-Bishop and other Prelates of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States, to the Congregation, expressed the satisfaction, which the present occasion afforded him of acting as a representative of the Catholics of Boston, and of the New-...

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THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAP. IV. OF THE HEAD OF THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 November 1829

THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAP. IV. OF THE HEAD OF THE CHURCH. The word Head is two-fold. First, it is taken properly, for the natural Head of the Human Body, the office of which is to direct and govern the members of the Body. Secondly, it is taken Metaphorically , for the Moral Head or Chief of the Community, whose office it is to direct and govern the Subjects, who are members of the Community. 1. In this latter sense we here speak of the Head of the Church. Now the question is,—Who is the Head, or Prince, Ruler and Governor of the Church? We make three assertions: First, that Christ, during his mortal life, was, and is still, its Primary Head. Secondly, that Peter, after the Ascension of Christ, into Heaven, was the Secondary Head ; or, what is the same, was the Vicar of Christ, in governing the Church. Thirdly, that the Roman Pontiff, who, after St. Peter’s death, succeeded him, did, and does govern the Church with equal power. 2. Accordingly, we assert that the Head of the Church is tw...

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CONVERSION OF A GERMAN PRINCE, FROM LUTHERANISM TO THE CATHOLIC FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 November 1829

CONVERSION OF A GERMAN PRINCE, FROM LUTHERANISM TO THE CATHOLIC FAITH. Prince Adolphus Frederick, youngest son of the grand duke of Mecklenburg Schwerin, was born and educated a protestant. In his earliest youth doubts arose in his mind of the truth of his religion, which doubts his august parents remarked; to strengthen the young prince in his belief, they placed him in a Lutheran college at Brunswick, and gave him a preceptor, to accompany him to this house, to instruct him particularly on this subject. Although in this latter particular, he rigorously conformed to the injunctions he had received, he could not obtain the desired result. His pupil maintained these doubts, and secretly procured catechisms and other catholic books. His studies being completed, the prince set out on his travel; he arrived at Rome in 1817, where the cardinals received him in a manner conformably to his high birth. He had the honour to be presented to the holv father, who received him with paternal boun...

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INCONSISTENCY OF HERESY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 November 1829

INCONSISTENCY OF HERESY. Mr. Editor, —There cannot exist a more decided demonstration, that the reformed Church of England is the product of human agents, than the inconsistent foundation, on which it is built, and the discordant principles by which it is governed. The works of the Divinity are simple and uniform; they are not weakened or annihilated by the feeble exertion of human agency, but like the cause of their existence are steady and unchangeable. Centuries of devastation and revolution may roll by, but the works of God stand unmoved, amidst the wreck of ages, and bid defiance to the wasting influence of time. Quod non imber edax, non Aquilo impofens Possit diruere, aut innumerabilis Annorum series, et fuga temporum. In the works of Providence there exists no discordancy of principles, which militate against each other, or tend to each other’s destruction. A general subordination of action is discernible, and each part tends to the support of the whole.—Such is not the chara...

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DREADFUL EFFECT OF REFORMATION—MORALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 November 1829

DREADFUL EFFECT OF REFORMATION—MORALITY. The following statement should be read with attention, by those prejudiced individuals, unfortunately too numerous, who seek to excite private and public dissension, by the perversion of Christian truths, and by their lying Tracts, and Missionary Imposture to make the Word of God subsidiary to the gratification of the most diabolical passions. In the year 1815, in the Parish of Aghadown, County of Cork, Ireland, a bigoted fanatic, a Protestant, shot his Sou for no other crime than his intending to marry a Catholic ! Perceiving that the Son was not dead, the murderous and unnatural monster completed the deed with the hut-end of the musket, by battering in the skull of his unfortunate child. The offender, on being arrested, gloried in having rescued his “ beloved child from the contagion of Catholicity .”—Our Blessed Saviour, in speaking of “False Teachers,” and foreseeing the monstrous effects of “ the Doctrine of Men,” had, long ago, remarked...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 November 1829

POETRY. It is good for us to be here : If thou will, Id us make here three tabernacles one for thee, and one for Moses, and one for Elias —Matt. xvii. 4. O yes : it is good to be here : If thou wilt, let us build—but for whom 1 Nor Elias uor Moses appear, But the shadows of eye, that encompass with gloom. The abode of the dead, and the place of the tomb. Shall we build to ambition 1 oh, no ! Affrighted he shrinketh away; For see ! they would pin him below, In a small narrow cave, and begirt with cold clay; To the the meanest of reptiles a peer and a prey! To Beauty 1 ah, no ! she forgets The charms which she boasted before : Nor knows the foul worm, that he frets The skin, which but yesterday fools could adore. For the smoothness it held and the tint which it wore. Shall we build to the purple of Pride— The trappings which dizen the proud I Alas ! they are all laid aside— And here’s neither dress nor adornment allow’d, But the long winding sheet, and the fringe of the shroud. To Ric...

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THE METROPOLITAN ; OR, CATHOLIC MONTHLY MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 November 1829

THE METROPOLITAN ; OR, CATHOLIC MONTHLY MAGAZINE. A Monthly Magazine, dedicated to Religion and Literature, is about to be issued from this Metropolis. The circumstances under which it takes its origin, are of a nature, at once, to promise it success, and secure its continuance. Approved by the Most Reverend Archbishop—depending on the exertions, science and talents of the Clergy of Maryland, and of the Union, it cannot fail to be conducted in an able and interesting manner Differing in its character from lho<e religious papers which have already been established, it will neither interfere with their design, nor tend, in any way, to impede their circulation. Its object is, indeed, the same : the diffusion of truth ; the dissemination of knowledge ; and the vindication of those doctrines and usages of the Church, which have been, and are still, | not unfrequently, misrepresented. In pursuing this object, it will be necessary to have recourse to arguments and facts : which,...

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