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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 December 1871

S" ý MorningStar and Catholl MeMsl gorningStagand Catholio e genger " rumsULUnD wLamT at Tun MoNp STrAn hua been st Swith the approval 91 the coleelaa rkiite'res. rOoss aolfe ro e authority of the Dioceae, to aul jo. 12i4 Caeedtd setress. br t P ud adlitpted want in New Orlcan, ad Lfayov am.' mainly devoted to the intersta-o th SCatholio 6hehb. To prevent all falure, a4d to atSeA Thes Director of tahoCommalpyne the permanency of the uadertklinm Moat Rev. Archbishop N. J. p based on a Joint stok company, the tal of which is eme hundrgd thousmd dollars, in flveithoua* lah *Ifr Bev. J. Moramx. " dollars eah. lEv. JOH pFLArouAGAI*. . Mr. Joan T. Granos. .A f t Ns . An,i ,r. JoHN McCAFnT, ' We approve of the aforesad lr • • takring, anadoommend it to the ,t· ;Mr. Joi HInsO*. of our Diooesee t J. M. Aaaauaor owrnw Oaaum ,l commaunimtionsue d o beaddrSd to the. Pe5bg- t@ , 1e1. S -n S -o. EAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THE THAT BRG GD GS OF GOOD THIGS _-V,T, V.-- N :W ORLEANS, SUNDAY MO...

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. — 3 December 1871

nSwmg Star and Catholuc Messenger. OWW Os,LA . sVJDAT DZCEMUss 3 iart. d r she xmirtag star sadCaihels .ae.useor. ] " TIOU KNOWEST."* A ~hptwlag.d batteady did pIs away Wem arawee of joy. and revelry. and liht. MLs ee.e where once her lel..aieT s held away. sUd peaJlonu Into the tearful lght. ALM mNetMeed now the beauteous face sad form, W tse faultlee.ase to omen the po did yield, ".td o pelct her i Itr~ detrancb barm ar telbue me ie abL e bher like a shield. ' the heewet" ye, the.s mighty words have power 'he tomaltu of eartha demon sea t to quell; em nav·y and base calumny do cower ies that holy, mauedefytag epei. ha noet " yea eot with the gdmeat weak f me-vals a -does Theo Jedge and condemn ; lrestree' felity deth fer them 'peak. and Tho. aThy great atresgtb, fergiveet them. Meinme the eeebkd path ; Thee knewrat bow worn "'e mear. etreggng feet that wander there: M eaeae " wedding geanmbn " eated mad tons far kaeweet bhw thck the briery maso. were. Wa emthe fteqeeat fller....

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. — 3 December 1871

Merdng Star and' Catholic Messengera sw ... A.. S. a-.lt.T. DCS 3 S S, an Mrs. John H. Drury, of Chicago, a sister tic of the late Rev. J. B. Donelan, who;n no pastor of St. Matthew's Churoh, Washing- al ton City, has donated $12,000 to, eorge- of town College. n Father MoNeirny, Secretfry of Arch- an bishop MeCloskey, ba. en chosen to fill wi the new See lately erected in the State of ho New York. The three names of nominees in sent to Rome for this bishopric were re- .8e "jeoted. th° The Christian Brothers' Schools have been established in St. Paul, Minn., on a be firm basis. th On Monday the 13th of November, t. tar Rev. Bishop Lamy, after having made a be successful visit to the States for the press- p ing wants of his diocese, left St.b uia, g Mo., for Sante Fe. He was accompanild at by three sisters of Loretto, Ky., two of at whom are destined for his own diocese, hi andone for Denver, Colorado, in the vicari- l, ate of the Rt. Rev. L. Machbeuf. A small o' band of the sisters...

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. — 3 December 1871

j RTD zvu SUwDAT Voua. lows,[yw N f sasnl . .................. 0 s. Ha., .;.5Ssb .... ............... iso ... ......... .......... -..... :.. a-i or mDenrYtoi On T'wo Tit Six One ..t-. ... th M a te Year. S.................. , I s rI o le.i 'S6L 130::. 15 57 35 Se m .......... i.... . r. m 115 T5 we0 ............... 75 100 1 0 r.... ........r 70 130 .. 300 I Secon . .--et , U G1ton I., ~his ~ra parteoa t l t allowed on the above i ol Iteasos Ao hris emas J is rt o . o e the m above ralhmrtb o tflhe temonat. 1kal o et ol eperi iof Ad ieretoeort, oUotito p re ke sahpseaacrtirn. ea... Dea3-S- . ranes Xavier, Cofeoor. iloa ...hDe. 4-t. Pbqat mC ryoloas abep andoe ..ee. S-St. sbbe.  hbo. d. 7-St. hibrerec eand Ceoha e a Deeo. I- t uoiaeulate CLty on s o fB. V - .oeat. to -St. Lnmeadla. Vir and Maryr. Agente !o the Star. F. J. MOGOYRns, 20 Dauphine street, Mobile. J.. D. aerwla, corner Market and Tweonty Second streets, Galveston. J. Z. LATrLNDncKR , Laredo. We regret exceedingly th...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 December 1871

Mrning Star t nd Catholic Messenger. 22W OLUrA&n ". 5U AT. DUIMbUR 3. 1571. Ti - iTY- IITzLLIOUECN. co .he Fair at Odd Fellows' HatlL-This Fair has re been pretty well Uattended during the past th week, Sunday and Friday nights the number ac of visitors being almost as great as could be w desired. Money, however, did not seem to eir culate as freely as at most of the fairs which to we have attended in past years, owling proba- s bly, to the great stringency of the money market. Most of the investmentsesem to be tb made at the punch tables, the voting not yet ea havln.g commenced in earnest ianTotteries . being evidently at a heavy discount. oc Tans cuAr , . li which is to be' presented to the- priest receiv- ., ing the largest number of votes, has been on eohibition at the Council table and- exeites t general admiratio- It is really'a splendid p piece of workmanship and worthy of the ef- c forts of the friend` of the Rev. gentlemen who have kindly consented to allow their names...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 December 1871

Umnir g star and Catholic Me l - -- rw OLANS, IUIDAY, D ECEM R 3. 181 Meorning stara nd CathollU Mesenger.] ITE AD JOSEPH. ,sSd ehildren, goe Joe-b.h. snd be will Interced s " ul oar dletJ rn'a1I·Ia , P. 1'. - ."eto Joseph" es, our father, We to him will seemsleme pray, When the smiting lips of morning Kiss night's sullen gloom away ; Still we to him will have recourse At the moontide of the day. And when eventang with her planet Oilds the twilight's mantle gray. For theChurch let all the faithful All the faithful, fervent plead ; Gathering clouds hang darkly o'er her, 'Ti. her grieoue honeu of need; $ lem possessions wrested from her. Solsed to glut the spoilers greed; While the so-called Christian nations Oase upon the Latard deed. lo! the bold Sardlnlan robber. Vaunting with his hireling bands, Desecrates the Holy City With hie sacrolegious hands: Yet still unmoved as leter's Rock, Inspired by God's commands, Is his own iome;-unterrided, Our captive Pontiff stands. Thence, with h...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 December 1871

irmning Star and Catholic Messenger. SaswolzA.aw ms.l t a. atei. WR LAD WIDDON. Ground rents-The effect of an earth quake. How "to .turn people's heads"-Go late to church. h Whihob is the largest room in the world t The room for improvement. When a lady faints what figure does she need t You must bring her 2. Who killed the most poultry 9 Hamlet's uncle, for he did "murder most foul. The young ladies whose feelings were "all worked up" ordered a fresh supply. A newspaper is the literature of the mil lion. One man in a hundred reads a book. A bad marriage is like an electric ma shine-makes you dance, but you Oan't let .go. " What a little childt" said a friend. "Ah," said Hood, "his parents never made much of him." " His pill-g.!mage is.over," as the drug gist's widow said when she ordered an epi taph for his tombstone. An Iowa woman put starch in her hus band's beer, thinking it was arsenic, and was surprised because it didn't stiffen him. Fasting promotes piety clearness of thought...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 December 1871

Morning 8tar and CathoUc Messenger. BMW OILUALna. =SU2ATY. DICstMstls-3, 1611. LErTPB PROx pWECAN. Naiw lamna. November 2, 187i1. To the Editor of Mornlng Star . Over three months ago I wrote you from this place, believing in a few weeks I would write again, as I had promised, but sickness laid claim to amy poor body, and although a little bettor I cannot yet say, "Richard's hbn self again." .Have you pleasant times in your great city, or does every one frighten his neighbor with thedoleful cry of "Hard times t" With us, poor devils of the country, the times are ugly, and we feel a little inclined to thank some of the people of your great metropolis for a boun tiful contribution to thoese same ugly times ; though, after all, we should not, for our people can live without New Orleans, and the sooner they learn the fact the better for them. The "sabut downt on the planting Interest of our country by the Lunsiness men of your city those who realized its greatest profits-this last yea...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 December 1871

gtu dCatthollo er SM orningStar andCatbolio rPom1an W1 sir ias 4w orksee osau tl sse sslesle omapan, el a. o O as Cesae. P s N.a, > o tesp. 5a Tux Mo mi o Sf n has be xh 5 esdltav ~we tds a with the approvlo h eceiss L4aese~ tren. •authority of-the Diocese, to - I admitted want i New Orle -0DlreotooftheCompany are. mainly devoted to the intere t recrs of the Company rs Catholic Churh. ot Rey. Ar.bbiahop 1. J. P . To prevent all tilu ad a Rev. G. RArTMoxD,. Pn - the permanemoy of the undrtk vy. J. Moxxanex. - based on "j ev tal of which Is hudred [v. T. JoT. E oxI. .# dollars, in vethsandshae #ev. Joun FIR.AAoN -AA 4 dollars sash. jMr. Joule MoCrm , We approve aofthe d - Mr. Jome Hzm.mas"ex. - " taking, and commend it to tfaeMo A eommulnieetnonsnm to be asdresses to the of our u ands. ditorsof2T4sorame.vradOthsMssep. . oJ. o Nm rablestis oes-io. ist Osaslet sheet. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" - - --- __ ''ss VOLUME IV. NEW ORLE...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 December 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. NZW O itne, hUDAY. DECyE 10 181. " THE LEGEND BEAUTIFUL." Longfello.w has contributed to the current number of the alantlic the following poem, founded on a pIcashin'g and instruotive legend of the Convent: ., -tadZ tthoun. ett el. I must have fled !" That is vLhpt ithe Viduu said. I n his reihmtt'r, n,1 alone, Jurleliug ,u th. e liaor tof tone. prayed the Monk. in deep ertrtion Pryed for greater eolf ldenlial ITu nrmltaion and in tilal It Was ntonday by the dial. .Ad the Mounk was all alone. Seddenly, as If it l5lttened, An unwontod aplendor brtghtened SAllrwithin hti. ansd ithout him, Io that narrow cell ot stone; And be saw the Blme d islion Soitr aLord, with liLt llysian Llte aetrte wt apped anot him,. Like a garment round him thrown. Not ma eruted aid tslan, . . Not in agonies of pain. opa with bleeding hand and feel" lDid thte Monk his Master Ie; at ns in the village street, Ia the bourne o" havst.tiod nalt and lame and bld nb heated  hen ...

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. — 10 December 1871

M ing Star a Cathdol Messenger. OsLZA.~ r Ar, -PaBhaID 10. - t. TaHE trNHaCaNOADLE s n r The edl st la. wn "tier r y thross m . -ilan moa tols p Isd t s tidee. r nnfthon ma hete 2 ,e i , ali b45 ia the sk sulsse sprang. e * m a a  sail. e .ha g e o their tsteer ps throtu tM eeleant land.. om tendmaolae oeartei w. enlth vins o fi , iaroot hl, win s tide ot Thou an there ondb~ nhgeee s qve d. Ay. Thou art there-the Roth within whose nhiie weary wMederer's feet in peoMee areusyored. Unto man's resteth.. berni What isd rasnae dt dot the trtm .imp t That h, upid omselfos brange t h ehangirnestie, Guiding, ontr foling ruli er goos F ill. And drstwing him bwork whih a tito he o o With Thoe each e 5Ithae thoughe that grieve. I iAad nrsoa wieith , tpeoo Thrs w Ii gh When temaofest~o. d ed or tempted sore jWe ine lfo the eprslet an ev exper waits the of thea oly Cr sei he ane Downaro through the saMwslare qoiep ear way fComualoated.l Orphans of . .T Tird lsilst. Some time sines oar altti...

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. — 10 December 1871

RAIagas 1p iEfl ,. N--. -  - he Y ....... ..e ai s 0nd Also . m I. " o.. .......:. T s us .... -..:.:..... ,l, ta ,:. .......".. . I-t ! is sl- 0 .. .0 1r0 I e 4T ',t~.."............. .70 17" 11s0 .aee lO S AehioAdV ss 0ee50 tper sqsre oaot _ larepesesadlseat saed em e asoe yMo ITms O rrses1a Adrtiso.sel t., NewRnw Orlesa, 5 lDecmbe 10, 171. a accordan. wi Mshel. hiPope Sea Nartgler Dw. 1-. Pmen oxC ep. ts ah CAuas.. 3-4 E...... -ir.h.-.ee Dir ---ors o~i. er e.... DS . ZTusb .ssxhop, sad martyr g .-ao'lr the Star. - . J. Moova)ux, 90 Dauphine street, Mobile. i. D. cbwer, eer I Mn aket and Twenty In aceordanoce with the thirteenth erticle of the Charter-of the Maw ORLEANS CATO eO PusouaAioC o- CoMAXrY, othe Annual Eleetion for three Lay Directors, to serve daring the.ens ear, will e held at this oice, oun J-t7ad T Eovut- o, December 19, at 6 o'clock. Every Stockholder is request ed to be present. Tios. G. UApsEa, Manager. To Oa Suasrs nas. - Those of our wsubcribers, either in th...

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. — 10 December 1871

ails C lr.m m mar othe "-evn s .oom po." inti ar : rao. hay eh Aa gset M5eag.% 3eisd a. thai whiepass a Worsd t w asolit r: t NTUa it aenca salalUsm demoat That bhoanes-. wotb is.m a's si lyI ,M Thells sat ed ste appears to oL . .e L m t, a1mt .sse o s as thea satsia t., The tsr oef a eswatse serlee ya rw, T Is the beet of all treastmmsrsr hesebelw- h Sep meast assay to esswe r1 I 1 SSeat byabrother, t. Vimsat do Pai. I yendeodi lair ea Od1oliow a 90io And, bleasin the by, I ea the ewa S -Of sash ige~ay head faseizeiiasas the Lrt! 8 T- h ran Is hedwbmahertb i n m l. mhat, Plaed in oarteaisby the wlathe in l Otr with yes tl s a,, as .o eosbigh bS e-r yaseverwUttenseo eltes Tho olet m.e h e s Uek the htseo eI l d thelet ur~oio af e heyo remnin iTat se e w lsa e semals~i sy r C the taPele, 1rme h4, tas so ar sea. t e Walk ta a sh sugee d o l . VM dde r e o e rom one ieeito. anoher. m a The ret ear tAir oidtheseant ,1 o p f.' rsues thh e pear n bo r hwd eas tmndr 'Tie tnue w illIt ou'...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 December 1871

Merwinyt Star and Catholic Messenger. e-sW- s~ZnZsX. s ATr , , rC1f 10.I 1871. a-- - Thaoeotleetion fr thbe PropIhetal Seml a f Newe m d to 386,249 W. It is t at Ptber DBeoli tof Fut Way m, be .4b ' tW iestr aidhp of that plae. On tbheld'lt. tItriele died at the Academy of i. stame, Philadel phia, in the twety tb`tear of her age, and teati~.lf l t . On the lad =1p3J . ter M. Ca tharie De li .l. Tierney) of t Mercy, died in Pittaburg, Pa., Qemaauilon. ) dM a ssr iq )l a reSia De Sales) and ]Liss E ti (Bitter Gertrude), ,tsaji) vaf ribon in the VIsl atnas es 4en t'a vabint, Vs., recently. Blbabtirb, a ailY hif rows. St. *MaKerv' .t6 e urch at Ports eaouthir was totally de p b..d- .-ay ,eaight,. Novem ber b;sidenee of tbepriest wasu aIam s ewl Qed. Leos about $20,000. It was insured. - - . Ti Saitheat.of Confirmation was ad. minlistred by th. Most Bev. Archbishop McCloseakey n Satuiday, 2th aIt.;' in the Intitution under the charge of the Com. uissioners of Charities and Corr...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 December 1871

)yntn Star When should HI el At dot-a. . there be any color for ng i roses" Why is a olo se - ee l. . t whipping her by e i Se nt ga of the asop. ,, B" - As the pearl r ipn trb ipeti of is trulypr 'eo '.^. " . . . . 4 " ats the schoeasi fleet of ron-d found tiher; r " ,'is the  )p . - * on eod pl ' pends on a tooo. f -' '. o . . duced to speaking the :tret always, doing good to others. -' An hour's industry iwf"da0 ' cheerfulness, o )suppress ps 4 rp&1 trieve your inir s il The nerve wihd ye which never bl  t w never waude th victory. . - w A Ereach wit saidtef a'ans wWd wasex ceedingly fat,"that asteroilsrmada hiei to show bow the husafi *ltwould'stsetek withodt breaking. i time yon repaid me tn! 'A guatus, my boy, it iss t8questiowrefl a but a question of asaey." - An old Indian whohad witaessed the of feet of whiskey for many years, said a bar rel labelled -'whiskey" contalasi a thous= and songs sad fifty fights. The ancient kings of England used to keep miatrelts; t...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 December 1871

Id 5. e The low Ifelowe #.We' .poem ew w I th Docem bs 'Th titletjh eat." . t. Louis, re 6 id t w e iif tbbot. lelgh, sand,t the ia*o4w of tha"tight Rev: Dr. h l, e etpof lymouth, on uanday, servatgase -bee hau! .oeree. They consist of ei bhuna*ed~ Ist . or  5,00 persons. Their removeA ' atble, s ea ot4he ,ear will .o.. much sua.ferflug. The very Rev. ban, D. D., and fear priete, tm J. Gore, J. Noon, and C. ampton on the 18th ul negroes of the United ^ ThSe BesM Mr. George Erie Mackay, so oni ts eyoetabe Ant news - ieS1IetRatik that bassesa stallion GelMast dled on the d a i of ths most famous horses I , sa the sirs of many " "few daep ago his owner wee him. The ieh report shbws two huadrme detths from small pot or aerea of eighty over last week. of'aow eases is three The was seqauitted of the mae Talbot, bs stilly awat tý i agintends to pm moeaslelaDetal eN ipeWagSaiPstZ aLondon journals for the pabeleasa of tibeless artieles against his o t., , " It 4 wanaeseed Mthat "tes"Ber...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 December 1871

orning Sltar andatholl Messenger MorningSar Catholic Messenge - L 6iED WEEL rT I - -t 11e New Oeteant Catholic Publication Compny, . - ith the approval of the eccle'sstlea 10. 124 Caeende~et street, between Poydrae and _ , pýI- - - Le. 'J -re. -:: "  :__ - ": -.;-_ ,authority of the Diocese, g o supisly an Leof ce j treetsý1 admitted want- in NwOren.adi -- mainly devoted to the interests of the The Directors of tae Company are: Catholic failure, and to garreb Most Rev. Archbishop NTo prevent all fa-lu Most Rev. Archishop N. J. PERCe t. . the permanency of the undertaking, i is Very Rev. G. RAYrMOND,Vice Presdent. based on a joint stock company, the lsp! riey. J. MoYnNt.-. -.tal of which is one hundred thousand Rev. J. MiOYxNIA, , -.._ - -dollars, in five thousand shares, ctwenty Rev. T. J. KEnY. 'dollars each. - Rev. JoJ FLANGNAGAN. ; :--4V "--- MIr. Jonx T. HENDo-Ns.o Mr. JOHN 1T.GiD We approes oof te. A d r ,MIr. Jon" HENDERso-. "__ -. a ~taking, and commend it to the Cat...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 December 1871

Uermg par ad Cathofi WM***SIPf MY irAIS SOU~l --U e asuy ewwadi t eo swr, staSh ml to, es* arsbease, bleed d by utwe 's trs whese .snb.ba mesetW5*lt a1sh is. Let mss yer hers*a teale is l atht bee Res eweetl mr h hast wbbo$b e sa hew ma tusbt id bteo w rLbemd s" +t . Wh  m wiligastr msbMaes is tm. " le5teUt serishrtbe wea bidi, I. wie taite staek eae shall dad s beswligealm Ia Itt hee hoe oeastes estweds in this; antdenm4nt ssuls seJae is a ea berit elm. Let ast yeay heatstb trebled Ged Ilove. Aatt bieth earth's asorroewlag sad wee, Eb-elgaeth* er thes glerius oes above, Teteath sa.t*e aedrag was below. .N sea year bertbs tienblseasdy ovar Smesan dark emb smas eslems Ue a fe, Aatp ay es, a clear mad smakllag rive Thews ee beits atese sity oear eGod. Ours. Wr the Mraiag Star and Cathelie Masenger. ELLEN FITZGERALD; sr L . ovLDEL.) - `ýoiolres l" Me. Brown's boarder a most delightl 1 setiqla to her li family for it was no less apeesassa than. gener ieasted O'Neil, ho eead bhouse ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 December 1871

Ona tdy l'Ohm pto. York r.eDr.s bf vo. to 1 ek Earo forlf Tib 'evote ,themselves entirelyto mmt raeofS.OW h'ah4 es~" aroe a ao l ote thea College at ull s He Oidnriv int this eity, by the Berlibn, a. Tuesd ySsfter along ana. jý Pao- Cbur e from Southmpto_. It a -o that order are the active Miastoners o Nsioee the a ued of clergy and lity,, which as rope, sived a Mission, with a spectalblesig fete the oly Se, to egin it labors hers, o our colored people. They bind rolls 1,neelves by vow to leave Europe for life Ti d devote themselves entirely to the eel- the d_ races. While they are nited as- a leai egregation, they are In the fall sense of of t word iesular priests, working under yet i Ordinaries into whose dioceas they labo y be received.-BiZfhaboe Jlrro. quat On the mqrniog of the 28th of November TI shop Laughlin. conferred the holy erder shoe prietbood on Miholael Kircher, C. ., in _lnu eh crhr attacbed to the College of St. "in bn the Baptist, Brooljyn. w- " T~e Rev.'Father...

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. — 17 December 1871

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Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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