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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 December 1871

Morning tar anid Catolk miessenger. -- - ,- -rt -------c- Csaw SamI.SA, r _D,,,BL 17. UL. We most earney ad respeotfully request the-Reverend Clergy to end us information concesuing any interesting ceremonies they may intend to hive at their ohurobes. cmanonr rses. Bt. Jea'es kaed-The new St. John the Baptist's Chureb, Dryades treet, has been as rapidly pushed forward under- the splria tendesnce of Mr. Thomas Iolliga, 'tat, by special permission of His Grace, the iuset Rev. Archbishop Perobe, the nt Mass will be eoe. bratedln it at Christmas, and tbht at midught. The greatest merit is du-to the- oorngpaego ofLBt. John's for their selflSaerlolag devoton in the erection of a temple, o spaestieally grand, to the servies of Almighty eod, and Father Moynha is determined, as far as in him lies, to render itt1P e 4 mo0r attract ive, so far asi aeo amd singing areconcerned, at lusi one of the most attractivorin the city. On th7ith- f rtanaW neaxt 187-, -thi new chauib wil besolealy dedicla...

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. — 17 December 1871

Meriuat Star and Catholic Messfnge. bk - . -*n5asUsim. mDcb . W Im ler5 rshMinss wrsWumi ar ths More than a thousand years ago a lonel priest in the west of England meditattir In his cloister on the spiritust, misery mna -.=-s,__,e .4g.-k . the lmthen in the midst Esrope, found no rest day or night until be had formed the resolution, nd earried -th weilttion" into- effeft, of leaving his bome, his brethren. and the charilties of life, to go over to Friesland, and to preseh the Gospel to thole that were in the bonds of sin and death. He went forth and faild, and returned again. But the fire of seal was in him and could not be extinguished. A second time-he went forth Into the same lad, and into Thuringia and Bavaria. Theb beras of the heathen opened to his voice, and Winefrid, or Boniface the Englishman, became the apostle and martyr of Ger many. From that day to thier,-mea of our blood and speech, into the habit of St. Fran do, St. Dominic and St. Iguatlns, and more recently 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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 December 1871

mxlay Star and Catholic Messenger. S bra Am WIZuo. Cash- advances - Attentions to-a rich w-do~w. The "bump of destructivenees"-A rail way collision. Fanny, that "square" dances are coming round again. -Wlie is a penny like a hermit? When it's a loan (alone). The man who was injured by aburst of applause is recovering. It is all very well to say "take things as they come," but suppose they. don't comet Which is the betteroff tea or-coffee? Coffee; It settles right off, bat tea has td draw. In a-well-regulated house all the good taste of the mistress is not-lavished upon the parlors. - What is the diferenee between a hungry man and .alatton tOne longs to eat, and the other eats too long. - - When we ae along.a b have our thoughts to watch; in the fta y, our tempers; in company, our toagnes. SIf-your mother's mother was my mother's aunt, what relation would your _reat grand'ather's nephew be to my elder bro her's son-in-law. "Tell the mistress that I've torn the cuar tain, said a gentl...

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. — 17 December 1871

S-----£ND- -n The inibme tax expired by limitation on the - The small-pox deaths-la-Phnladelphis for tqweek mae 19x. Weknty-five livs were lost in Nova Scotia by last 'asek's gales. The Moi MeRgter was fiftyeaer old on the 10th of Deceisber. It is estimate ,that $4,000,000 worth of p pertyis frose in ithe Erie canal. The ebarts of Senator Wilson to effect a reconeiliation between 'Grant and Sumner have failed. Twenty-eight ladies pave been matriculated in the University of Edinburgh' daring the present term. A Yankee who sought to introduce the !ift" enterprise" busi.ess ItGermany, had to leive the country post baste. Everyeat in Paris is to be taxed three fames Syear. --rom which .it may be surmised that there will be fewer cats in the hoses and more rabbits in the restaurants. The following notice is stuck up en abridge at Denver, in Colorado: "No vehicle drawn by more than one animal is allowed to cross this bridge in opposlte dlretions at the same time." Moneeigneur Gaibert, Arc...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 December 1871

*WoralStraSdCattI l • r,. * .a.t1,,, . o th, . ,,, , . - - --th r i ., a Ie m l t thtadmimsd waut I New *a i b , Rev ,T. hO U' s . s .~.:. - -.. Most Rev. Mo i -p , . J. PI ' peo ven ax nld a Very Rev. G. -RAY oee wehleh bead huabe th sonJ -- . .." . I , to 4 I . Mr. o. I -am ur. I I I JD9IssV +USM I se. T. . a. Jrra. jone "ch. -Ly. Ja • TN W _ -Ds._ss OI , 'G DB.7I,7 Vo IUe IVY. NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY MORING. DECEMBER 24, 1871. N1 s jst wrereip PLrJ Wratng Star and Catholic Messenger. 'IlW OazL1M IIDAT, DCONMX~ ., 9I, IL. A CHIISTMAS CAROL. BY FATEZI RU"TA.,o Bow knew I that t igte tho warmg llth earn. fo the wns I ellag ButI-I lnd my locks ate gray. And they tetiliame my weiss is -'td Bath ea. Ahns the oaw I dag1. Ihbay lost the ellt my versa could weave O'De the loui of the old sad ·ounr ; - And never agan-bow it makes me ieve Shall In asg sene I sang. Wb. ask a ong I peruhanoe yeo believe. Aneo my e dp ae so nearly pir, That the so, you'll beathie Critmas re, Is the od au'a beera...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 December 1871

aIM pg-Sir and c·hU.-1M' OW' 4f isee. SUraASY. DBma aMm 5&. 155. ELLEN FITZGERALD; (A jrovz.) .. - avDedistst Os ie Tusefjjn 3101A c- asesdt) Do you know," he asked, as they walked StosL tbe ars together, "that my life has -w~y been a sad anduhearless ones Bae made It dark, even in the day of childhood. I went to sea when I was only fourteen years of age, and ever sinee, I have been a wandering, homeless man." "What do you think of doing now t" "What is there left for me todo!" Ilis tone was fell of pain and bitterness but coptroll tog himbelf, he added quickly : " I shall go to Br1pzl nes week as super cargo, for I eed ret fora while; then I shall reeum my-place upon the deck." . he remembered he had told her once, that if abe asked him not to go so ar away, he might be Induced to linger; bnt she. conld not referto this reoollection now. " I have always loved the sea," he continued, "but when I look forward to a life upon it now, it saddens me, for its waves are as wild and de...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 December 1871

Morning Stau and .CatbI-IMon enger rs"w earar'X. 6D&T, D6U33i 5.s. 1st1. ;-- . -------- A·~~ om!r' a'aiour1 m w.t.,rn, * Illess of oI. Re. Bshiop afoG.--It is with deep sorrow that we announce to oar readers the aerious illness of the venerable Bishop of Richmond. Prayers in -'bhis be half were requested on Sunday, at the Ca thedral and all other churches of the eity.' The following extract from the Richmond Dispatch gives some hopeeQf the recovery of the much beloved-Prelate : "The Cath- I lic portion of the community.. was much' grieved and algrmed on Friday morning whewrthe congregation of St. Peter's Cathe dral were requested to offer their prayers for the -recovery--of-their muchabeloved Bishop who was then lying dangerolnly ill. Drs. Houston, Maguire and Beale, his attending physicians, were, with, him dar ing a greater part of'Friday, and though his condition was such as to give good cause for anxiety, the rumors of his beidg in a dying condition were premature and wit...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 December 1871

- l vL-mns·. S se-·re:::-:::::, - str.9iieg and Cathollic Mess ger*. .s no t 44 is M .as i 7 Is M .............:.. Is 7R M T*D.-SaiwvsEssa, Srr neuarse saTes I .ese ;w ....s.t Tsestr seewe l ta a b me cInbof tae v s ate soes.wh o 14heChpt.  m.=m.-- . @1= vm.,. 1 - "m.... o sa i w epa I.ss t .Asa.....heie7r th  en. oay o[ det. 7G ....s D.... el"ý L' e[ Oar L - d. F. 7.hMb xapo ate Dauphine street, Mobile . J. .. -Swr, ownerU Mmarket and Twe.ty Second stresti, Galveston. J. Z. -LaTrmmu ua, Laredo. Last Tuesday evening the annual meet lng of the stockholders of the Catheolic Pablication Company was held at, this Hffice. The vary Revy. G. Raymond, V. G announced that His Grace, Most Raev.-N. . Perch., had appointed the Rev. Fathers T. J. Smith, Jeremiah Moynibhan, and T. J. Kenny, ecclesiastical diretors for the on suing year. The stockhoClders thoen elected !Meast. John McCafrcy, John T. Gibbons and John Henderson, (the old board), as Ajey directoors. J1 letter has been received f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 December 1871

Mering SWar "od Cathoti. Mpsuengu - g royr Ua*a, scanT, DUOnMUE R 54. 151 cmassmtas ac Tas cataozs. Cathed~s. -On account of the confession which will be heard this evening, the last ser monof thaNovena for Christmas will bedo liveraedat High Mam, instead of in the even ing, as heretofore. There will be a High am_ at midnight. At the Solemn High Mass, at 1 o'clock, the Most Rev. Archbishop will calael pontfisly, and the sermon will be preached by Father Milo. His Grace will give the Papal Benedcltion, to which is -ittabe a - plenary indulgence. - ArdtWshop's Charah-To-day, at High Mass Bev. Father Bourgeois will preach. 'There will be a High Mass at midnight, and also at 10 o'clook, A. x., on Christmas. Vespers will be atW o'clock in the evening, Immediately afte which there willbe a sermon by Father Boar - a i. Peatoi Caron.--Grand H ti lrs :t 19 o'clock, followed by two Low Manse. The other masses will be at 6, 7, 7, 8, 8, anad High Mass at 10 o'clook. At the Midnight Mass, St Ma...

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. — 24 December 1871

Maw satias,. uUnATs. sc ,_. aa Appeal tis bo Caoles sI Ameds. aj. 0osarna's ORasIeN xissONARTr 04T1 or Tit 'uACseD HEJAT. With your kind iermiUion. I will make ase of the columns of your ezcelIent jor. sal to lay before your.numeroas reader the ..object, of Catholic interest which has brought me to your country. The story is briefly toold and I shall bed mistaken if it dese not commend itself, as soon ua known, to tbb great heart of this- large-minded A-terican people. These are two considerations to be borne in mind; the one general, the other par ticular. With regard to the first, itmay be sunicent to May that, according to statis ticians, three out of every four inhabitants of this gldbe of ourm are still in utter ig oranme.of the Divine claims. and even of the name of our Blessd Redeemer. This reflection, toastanIly in one's mind; that hundreds of millions of our fellow-creatures have no other preparation for judgment and eternity than a miserable life spent in darkness and the...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 December 1871

g -r ar' £---_- wa'so. --" A cause of dyspeps Digesting a re port. S ow to destny. One of th days he may be polite and return your-ow. Idleness and fashionable clothes destr more young men thah any other-cause. Why is pedestrianism like new milk? Because it strengthens the calves.-Judy. Why is a Teefsteak like a locomotive t It is not of mdeh account without its ten der. After praying to God not to lead you into temptation, do not throw yourself into it. One of Nilsaon's most admired notes The thousand dollar one she sent to Chi cago.-New Fork Leader. What would a pig do who wished to build himself an habitation t Tie a knot in hir tail, and call it a pig's tie. Although one swallow will not make a summer, still a pin maleliously inserted in a chair will make one spring. He that blows the. coals in quarrels he has nothiig to do with, as nothing to com --pain of-if a spark fies in his face. Avarice is the canker worm of the sol,. which spriags up,_overruns and destroys all the eleesi...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 December 1871

mmums, as as. ..... gaat la ts- >***, lan wf5 J f r5 awSo ipsp. med AlaeM ba bem, t Cimeed, ad t,e, Nhas beas e . ame Ith te- ba, des. -" ,eJesse r Semi. By byo tle Utaid sein -es e hir e, e sdiein lag hias been haled dnsk. ben eemmsteb t the p.m. b he l, r Thfe itlr sr s-p as to WaLstht r sat t)rj ss wes am . e Jout.sify Swas bet aimme- la wrt. The Mlmi eddi (ad") 2~as was Cua at saeofsm Bately f yr the Vaeuly "m et 5L. rSomWysd efdmbsp. Hon. Mactir ?i4woh, . Badifeemer Park, died Is DeWu rntherh ult., ia the SAaes belmest, ia e - ard, de-ssmesa has meusmhha ah Umlainde sA tidgeaselMuaMm with armpsmeb; A ioetsart tolhgham pem Ibaly depeta Dr. Ofl wB e a Wtem dat dDr. was me emto ass U esa a re anteW hetesa .ealems. Theh s at s harry p as t my are mfotd iemlly pe G eu. The Selime Ports sa d Eogypt ave seLes te prerais w es. a e, -d Ke. IAmds a5 r ,3 ys tea ether Ak darly e ail h s/been ordea en the aasm .- hetoee m w Orssf md Debiad aeville, sad .erl Johashe has bee. Ap l...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 December 1871

MorningStarandCatbhoo lessenger " ornig Star and Catho llmge -"Trns MorninGSNwa a s Ta ee sr N*,. In cOms. shat,tEea us   iath'io the Dioeae v top of Iyeae etr.d. admitted ra*t In New Oriea I mainly devoted uto the teet at he -DlrstOOf thCap. are Catholm Carewoh. Moat Rev. &ArbbishOp N. J. Panc . the Ppeaa syTof the Ustal M & Very .Rev. G. ..Rox'R, Vice Predoa- ajtoi al Rev. J. MorxIa. of w t v. To, J. sxxT.. •dollars e as.  Re. T.T J aSu s. *E Mr. JoHN McCTan05. " w' Mr. Jons EHzznsox. tahlag, and emuead It o the ~nle asitarsertMternataerentae 'se ; - e1to. S.OL -.-No. in , arlt set. - "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THER THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" " l s--J sa., 1 VOLUME iV. NEW ORLEANS; SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 31, 1871. NUMBý R. 48. Imrning Star and Catholic Messenger. not R3 oCU 01l0< OoIgaIOUaDB T. f Eor odaxDOx, Dec. 6. 1871. tor To the Editor of Morning Star ton All England, that is the upper ten thou- ma sand, has been in a state of Intense...

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. — 31 December 1871

olrnai Saut and Ca tholic MeoenW -w OMLAl1. sUN DAT. Dio . eIM PWtIer ·eralntier sa4OstaU5M if . ELLEN FITZGERALD, (A xovsL.) eeared to resound upon her ear. AbeJrbad in thýlct, ad trmbdl IAg with le. IeLD. t heheda e rd banda nc blnehiag hoen longater W fel r step ena otrne to raesound upon e on r e .a Absrbed in thoutria and tlrembl wt esqulfto .apture, it seemd a h thou Ishe heart wd hit tht im ad wered gone ol of peacet Xyank djo I1. Thead no mot bepanthl. c-sdolao of no presonce until shbe 0t a so tr as ld upln lin your dark eating, where tlwhiter by coty sast. ThNo: Ied wish you td keep hem as a ouvenr yolfAd t o irands blassifs, and ys Lonorm d ar tohe wa altoe, she bolad thClare on e, e t Ida z a eal, a d bd a falon , and atam e tha sheeal no longer faon the tonor as- beae ival. The white blossoms were a symbol of peso "How an them In your Latrober, and leave a ll look still whitr by oeven be led me "No: I lish you t keep tem as boar suvenir of thi eehng som o for tbeauty...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 December 1871

Mm l"i Star and Cathtlic Mesengr. w'h t W O3KsIAN5 SvfiDAX. D30163U3 al. IVI. :011 "1s minidght's holy hoer, ad dsme now and .ye I eo ths wials feel ueept s memaean. O ra u soul or the desparipr. t0 Lalfso I swei on a e sse wood, co mWith Uan 1ga,. the mosha.me ret owl Ae$N ao laodly t heae Ioung Spring, bright ummer, Autumn' solemn inmourful eadenost. that come a broad Like the fr wid.hap's wild, ad touching wall dA melancholy dirge or the dead year Ione from the earth forever. S'Tisa time For memory and teat. Within the deep, Whose tone are like the wissrd voies of lJnme, Hord from the tomb of t " paoints its c And left no shadow of their lovelinesae On the troad waste of life. That spectre lits SLThe ornolld of esope.ala Joy, d Love. , Aubedng tmornfuly ove the poleme io sweat forms that bsluor th, matters de flow. O'er what oan piseti at thineoa.To yr-- u His gone and with it m anyati orto0 s throng Of hippy dreams. But mark i d on each brow, a ite y o oire o'er hm ihi hervad...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 December 1871

Usmrulu ntr adacMemr a s* * ie s Ii c ws... ....... .......... "" ' ".... i eram6 . Y, • [ tnTmW. ............... .. t ................ N !s T IN lee * 7018 1.10 jON 8 W Aooo s U .. o /ee sar ea o.. IxaF n li-en ~J. ..SA.A.........e r esane ewety. &! aV.vs pielst dlsoeat a em e aov eossd sat ales rates ,w t st. i. s.imass. asink a useo. saw.....Dse l- . yIt r,' I a marty n.i ...am... -aonawld of L stord. Wemissi sr.... e- ih f r. e .ba. th etay ...aa. -Osplae fI he be Iorent. r nt reat the Star. 8. Lanxa , Franklin. J. D. t rew sR, cnesr Mrket and Twenty rrseond strees GalvesCton. J. Z. I.T3rUaomm i LeOedo. ew oYears. 72 dawns upon a world of sullen strife. Sour ewn sectiona of it oe have strife.o We muosta straggle with advwerslity. Onur poelltisi maainoery Is in very bad order, ear Peipl are governed, not in their own ntrest bo their own representatives, but by rapsdoms merlcnaries of a bayonet ad instration, bent on their own aggrandize ent and our rain. For much les cause t...

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. — 31 December 1871

uriming Starit sm arhdt e. . ,rw .aAr mu. f ps n. LtlL canow z amus. Christmas in all ear aurhes was solemnly observed. The holy gladme time of Christ mas was shered in by midnight masses in the various churches. Bt. John's Church was for the frst time blessed by the real and visible Presence, the Midnight Mass being oelebrated by the Rev. Pastor, Father Jeremiah Moyni han Thousands attended this new church, and there was scarcely standing room. St. Vincent do Paul's Church was noticeable for its desorations, sand the. Midnight. Mass thre was also well attended. St. Joseph's Churhb, on Common street, ras beautifully decorated. The stable, was in the form of a cone, with the Child Jesus, Ioly Mary asd- St. Joseph grouped, receiving the Wise Men of the East. The Church of the Immaculate Conception was resplendent with lights. The singing of the Christmas hymn was fine. St. Theresa's Church, Rev. Father Kenny, Parish Priest, was appropriately decorated. The orib was arranged in front o...

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. — 31 December 1871

M 1mainse Star and Catholic IMetr* lg N-W eKAAM, s=A, pr D I53` 31-, 9n1 DOMI 0 CaTKOUCO Iun1WLLGm  ather ]Preston's Advent lectures on the Papacy are attracting crowds of the most iatelligent Catholics in the city, and, we may suppose, many who arenot Catholics. They are delivered on the Sunda eve-ings, after latevespers. On last Sunday evening the subject was the Temporal Power of the -ope. w-ass,4nal spect one of the grandest and most complete expositions of that little-understood, and mQn misrepre sented fact in the world's history that we have ever beard. Marked by that calm, deep, earnest tone which Is one of Father Preston's admirable characteristices colored and enlivened by the glowing enthusiasm of a truly Catholic heart, the discourse was fully equal to the great, vast theme. The peroration was a glorious profession of Ca tbollo faith, in the never-dying never-fail ing Church, and her ultimate triumph, with a dignified and earnest' advice to the American people not to.en...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 December 1871

xrning Star and Catholld Mesenger - mowam" 5 A-- tw w .T- a .sn A fiery steed-Hoemo rndiab. Tough venisou-A saw-buck. A slave of ld oesan-The sart _ Singllar-To see a garden walk. Fagitive clothing-The land's cape. -A volume that will bring tears to yo'uI eyes. A volume of smoke. Wahy is the son like a good loanf Be esus it's light when it rises. In Colorado a bald person finds blhmel alluded to as " a man with his head above timber-line." Why is innocence like an umbrella Be esuse, when we have lost is we may never * hope to see it back. An old ladyhesag of the pedestri an' greatfeat, wondered why they didn't intesr ere with is* twmalking. - . Do net hbe t beauseon bhave not great virtaob ad mad a 'million spears of grass whbte made one tree. Sense abinel with a double lustre wben it is met in humility. An able and yet hum ble man is a jewel vorth a kingdom. A traveling piano player undertook to whip an jllnois editor, and when he got through bad only one ear for music. A young man...

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. — 31 December 1871

Merlng Star and Catholic Mmiissen. mw Oar.nUma. IwMDAr. oNaUs a. an. Sm. wMATIr, X. r. oX rTn CATHOL' UVXI vasr4*. Warrespodt, 2d Boveember, 1871. My Deer Dean O'Loughlie-I nelse 1 as my ely centribution to the funds of the ri.Cathollo University. I view with ad sinrstion and delight the'efforts and ascri lees of the Irish Catholic people-so poor in worldly goods, so rich in religious faith and patriotic spirit-to maintain for Catho lic youth a University in which the teaec ang shall not be under control of the ene iees of their faith and country. Year af ter year, my Catholic fellow-eountr men, with steady perseverance, repeat their vol tarmy offerings for this noble tgect. They, the poorest portion of the Irish pop ulatlon, have no share of the public proper ty for support of higher andl intermediate education for their youth. Bat out of their own private means they are resolved to do the work whieh the richer portion of the Irish population have done for them at the e-pense...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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