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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 11 February 1872

-orning Star andCathollf Messenger " '=orn°ng tar and atholi Thet. O r:!-ne Ca'),r Putli ation Com p any, at T E - . _ t r e !y ' , T - '" _ý]-'-'"  ý ' il Ii ' _- i ý _Mwith the spprovl of t,. et o., '.,  ibt e n P dr a d-a u th o r ity o f th e D ioc ese , to, s The D:recmtoreof theCompany are: admi tted want in New Ori.e a n i Most Rev. Archbishop N. J. PEr.c E, r-. - : - , m aly dh oted to the itre Very Rev. G. R,c'oN,, Presilent. -. To prevent all tiurch ý.e*-. J. -t[i-'ýý+' _ a- .... -` ... -the p ermanency of the 'tterta t Rev. T. J. M H. - . dllar, in fithousandare Mr. J3o T. GO ro.'s. J toare each.. Mfr. JoIen McCa:-:r.ý:v, _ Mr. JoHN HFESDF.i.S(JN. _pporal t fkr . `ý ý-e approvet of the e .restl A:1 commnutcationsare .to be adiressed to te, t approve of the aforesa KdaterSofThCe orni'gStarandatlcieoenqer. ~ - of our Diocese. < o r r d hta ig, coand in It to the Caho ic - f J. bf. AtcHlctanop o NIW O Publication Oee-No. 124 arondelet street. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE...

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. — 11 February 1872

Morning Star and Catholic Melanger. nVw OerwLAS. SmNDAr, rsRUArT Ii. i-l. Rse the Morning Star and Cathoxe Meimager. MATIN HOUR. dueet moinag breass blowi the anlight peoua A wealth of radiance through the windows wide. Asmatia at the altar rail ador.s------- Beinerete image of God cruelted. The smay shower that about her plays .aesob's ladder seems-upoa the rays er puasee, I wes, m.ight dat, es pure. Mthoeal are a msaiden's theoghkts. Sat I T iat uger at the petl. vataly ty m My waudering thoughts to gather and aense heesmet. g fancy, to res my my ind ream the created to the Maker of no all, tad hepe that heavenly light o aill mankind K. saving grace abundantly may fall, :VESPER TIME. - leautooe and many tlated slant the beams Of snaeet I lstand Within the church door, airy dream., Kalsilcoctplc as the light that streams In raldaow glril c grand. Flent through the windows of my soul, and lead Mesa to holy thonght. The resary of the years gene by I read, tectoning each act of good ...

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. — 11 February 1872

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. SEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY Ii. ItC LETTER FROM MOBILE. Monu.a, February 3, 1872. To the Editor of omtIng Stars I know you. will be glad to bear from your occasional correspondent, particularly as he now sends you an account of the grand affair of the times. 'r4o followlng account appears in the Reglsteerof to-day: TIE GOLDEN WEDDING. It is indeed a rareloccurreace that a oonple, after half a century of unclouded wedded biss, gather around them their children and chil. dren's children, and celebrate their Golden Wedding. Such a pleasurable event, we may say blessing, took place yesterday in our city, the happy and venerable pair being Mr. and Mrs. Charles LeBaron, Of Mr. LeBaron it is hardly necessary for us to speak, le being one of our oldest and most respected citizens, a gentleman of the old school, polite, genial and affable-a man who in all the walks of life has acted well his part The remarkable occasion drew front Pensacola, New Orleans...

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. — 11 February 1872

tFeIln eStan and Catholic Messeager. PEW ORLEDx8. sxDAT. avxETR oaxlxo. R ad I. 0 sue t e nn Sa Tar a MaOl ··t. e " . ... ... ............... .. Threc ve e Galveso n. o J. e oe Tws, trie.IScIx .r SD.ath E 'ntsa, . 'othsUt C us Yre Tsn, ta ntO dYr Pe-............. Is - sole a e -M Tohl s . s as B as jN ie en... .... . 40 73 100 180 YO T...............3 10 ls o 0e 4 Tr at... ver.AmNtS, - s per square as I atve per cet dsost allowed ome the l bute lawtd st-above rateus. with. ::3sa,'t. Death ad arrage Ntless. 61a ses Mnrtron. Wants asd Pessnal I ats rtt . eos er eigs aeh tassertlen. S.W . KhL.i . sUDAY. FEBRUe AR II. 11 CALENDAR 07 TEU WERE Pitha y... Feb. oI-Qsinq8a lma Sundeayb. e nd r. D eb.Ia, S- alRcmol lofenna ori, Con Tesday ....Feb. 13-St. Catbarlue of Ricei. Wedtnsiny.eb. 14-4sh Weeneday. Begtnnisg Tnursd...Web. 15-5l. e auetiaus and J6ilta, M'ty Stride ...Jbb. 36-Mast Soly Passion of OurLord. 8aturdaT.. .F·b7-St. Theodolur, MIrtyr. Ad t tr for the star. Wt-jstAKA. S. LANr....

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. — 11 February 1872

MUrning Star and Catholic Messenger, srEW ORLEABS, SURDAT. FEBRUARY 11. 18... CITY IUTZILIGCEOE. CUrRCH ITEMS. Isterestisg Cernesfe is Algiel.--It having been announced in the BrSa last Snuday, that the Rev. Father Selle, the young Msrist priest who was ordained last month by His Grace the Archbishop, would celebrate his first mass in the Algiers Catholic ohurchtthat morning at 9 o'clock the greater portion of the Catholic popu lace of the parish and many visitors from the city thronged the church at an early hour to witness the very interesting ceremonies. A procession having been formed, the Rev. clergy present proceeded from the pres bytery round to the front door of the chapel, thence to the altar, where a solemn High Mass was "ang by the young Father: Father Ronsd.l, of the Cathedral, acting as Deacon, and Father Gautherin, S. M., Sub deacon. After the first gospel, an eloquent sermon was delivered by the Rev. Father O'Reilly, of St. Louis, whose touching words upon the pries...

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. — 11 February 1872

ernini- Star and Catholic Messenger. nEw ORWIAT&, S'DAY. EBRBUARY 11. ies-. ITtZ FROx ST. LOUIS. ..--- --...- ST. Locis, February 3, 1872. Eitor Mornine Star It may seem a little presumptrýu5 on the part of a St. Lonisan to invade th 'paee of your ever welcome weekly with i. <.ns con earning the "Mound City," for it has ever been one of the ideas, associated with the people of the Western States, that they are yet as green as their verdure-clad plains, to the present day untouched b7 the pol isbed plowshare; but the motive which prompts these lines will no doubt excuse my bold presumption, and Southern civili zation will lend a gracious ear to what we, if not as leaders of civilization, at least as Catholics, have to say. We are proud of ourselves, and who would notbe in view of the bright pros pects which ie extended before us; pros pects fit to tantalize the slothful devotee of indolence, and stir him up to manly action in the couse of progresst But I seem to hear the inq...

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. — 11 February 1872

Merning Star and Catholic Messenger. saw o sruuX5 ev axT. 1s3aV431 ii, mu. w' LID wDOMRO. To mend bad sherry-Have a sherry cobbler. A man should never go to eburch with a cough and disturb the rest of the congre gation. An exchange asks, "Where Is Smith ?" We think the right answer is, "Every where." Happiness is a perfume that one cannot shed over another without a few drops fall ing on one's self. Bloggs Lad his nose palled and was asked by a friend to resent it. He said he would next tweak. Advice which, like snow, softly falls, dwells the longer upon, and sinks the deeper into the mind. A brieSess lawyer ought never to be blamed, for it is decidedig wrong to abuse a man without a cause. A man in Boston is said to be so short that when he is ill bedoesn't know whether b lao bas headache or corns. Talk to thyself and Insist on a reply, yet not before the world, let it think that no- i1 body else will talk to thee. h An opponent of the school boards insists e that if you teach a bo...

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. — 11 February 1872

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger s3W ýiRLs.aI. I;UNIIAY. ':tac:IUAyt l, 1t47 (For the Mot4ln1 nstar auIl4 1 atholic MessenegCer A l1)1N1". ".Toyl' c reol:rtlcn I nc :u, ,i tý44'. -. B .'at eu tsuw r nctumoly ,ý ra":ituw w tiil."--l:lrt"<z.. Ar rac2 werit thr:on;i: ltir , if\ aw -ays. Ant  ftei hiut thI ,.r:r.r- (il. .' t 44o4t' i e4t44.o4gO1 . *f...' 4ul d4,,ý ALd s4.ttc wthllt culte. For 4..erit was t1:eJtL pt}i;:4 t.4,4' 2 Arwl ihe funcral ihor. . it.aI wt., a:' that brole the tt:i n w-* then'. Sa, u" ::.. 'ry, "" l "riugo ut tf 3,ur dead ' i 4' w f- itto the o :u : :t or,. U 'l.4ru .L 4i , wit. 1 Itnutl' . t¶r.et4. it l:t: or;u ht ne l.li t at,,! , lhtiý.-to hear i"*...: .ct ,(.* - ale d .ov-. ,'.ad t¢iestd.hip lir i ... ) 44hroud4 th)em tir., ..:1 . .1 t.,l 1"I:cu: tht4.i e i.4 4 ,.i .1 tl@* l,.p t. '! ."." .re : . d;..ear,4. w4'. "1u1": t ) ta - No ` :tt:icP. th t i ot ol ..,\." !'s:: tI.,-t, de.;t :u"t this:,e ::c\vrcm'or o 4.41,|. uI.ll ) 4 4 ll). 111 isl' 1l...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 18 February 1872

J!ý1 z kt _ýý"` ý 1{,·~·!; Ilkk !!`+ L: x i" ~- %.~..: ,:.-. - , J I J - . ----- --- - -u~*·r`Sm~P-'.~u ·` ~ ~ ' · M· C - 1 0- P'1 -- - - -- - - -- - - - - -·ITI~i~~ Fri Prc 18 i.l 4i A sk ` Yr thi. oab mert ' writes s f-- n .... - -' nent 9 oW1 Theworld a .so t ,prelategive a adds many valuabf'e `w entoler intoc agat headed and ..... tholica 'which b !t! graced thin e ferxlng to thila ,ljqS0e libery free to: epI wrcolonites ~ Wbrother he w d ot irumph the world a trfI entery, anto u bonded tbo histo New the infa t be free t as dictates hold hI religions' b:m colon pries we brother Revolutifona gloom and'-, early Protesti glorious t read- everyý contry, and I you on tho historo page ·f ievenmortal bonr on ncestry-that Lo tiolic coloniats o to annonncea tion.'the greatan man's faith or c to his holding at' civil privilege 'innirg in the inquire who* t¶" gloom and hearts quail w ho e-w. succor ands gotten, that death etru - odds against erously to out her fleets a eral aid I oven bl...

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. — 18 February 1872

i ftgig b'* angd Gathollc Messenger ---------,~~- - c~------ giwasran.3nx. sINDAY, yIMUART as, 1s (Wh the 5Mermaiitir and Catwoile Msm1sefeaS. ..9LLEN. FITZGERALD. (A nWovr.) LT. WZ h'l·I1 A 5, the lr i M aiI ans 7t 'iru - A Zras a.lew It Wras ea. wb-q iteqg duowt - t lie tste ;t.he twih and, ar are "* Aou ne n dr l a toe city a thuet own doss. that l"bi sIet be ieletl~lll nI~ ha ~rer sta e dlarl aoo hen edto' ta tM.Shaks N Ia r. e. t.tiQI' ind od to youll SMiss l fse ,tm a I was m tb; ·ert mf e . a a leta r.n kin . i o wtldesrma mt. ot ll bat imWhtodoredgt to y. NOV y niea ispisle Mlhen, b he added. pshiner baslitbe hair tesm his fine foreheSd,1fa usitnawe msI led grown stupid during the lest bar." His deep olewk ,biwli an hi ejo toilled dm aS supe grolepe a . n e ddnt he was gone. S eothiealg with hear e t .fthat lar time itrot. o-bo e permit _ lis 1 .reo d o her pg oowAh . "iWer WSy*!m Lee eo moon am Sthat, tohe at morning, pesented himsel to s r. : todieal document odOf...

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. — 18 February 1872

Ilrning Star and Catholic Messenger. iarw s. WasvAUAr le, tess. THE BURIAL. OMOSE,. 'A'Ihe baries hla ins b alleyin the land of Moib. ew. augano t mhoPr. not no m kowesttot hisl pulro Untothisdlay D"--b .piv.. . a>ehe's lowply ouooaln, 0a thin aide Jerdaa's wave, In a vale n the land of Moab, There lise a loeely grave ; And so man dug the sepulchre, And no mun eaw Its eerl For tfe aneaol G od nupturned the sod, Ad laldtlm ded nun there. That was the grandest faneral Tbt.over pse.5d ca earth, hat Gsbd t t *m .* Or saw tho train go fbrth. Noiselessly as the dpi Comes when she night is done. And-he oetmsoh sdask on theo an's cheek Grows into the et sn. or eroSIwn ofrdrsweavs. And the tma in All tha ehill 't {their thesbnd leavesi so with nh sonSd ot muse, ts voete oa them thse wept. lsatiy down from the mounntin's oown The greae prooion swept. PaaS thSb lold oIusl. ' O o eawo Beh.pees · i nhtn , Leaon the wodrone right. Perhaps et lion tklein. Ghne sphe hallowed-spot; oro be...

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. — 18 February 1872

imrning 5tar and Catho .aMessenger U3LnLtyu EvERY SuNDAY MOny2NO. . Artsed by Oera.cr. - e r n dva ce) ......................... 00 aem ]ths Adve e ....... .......... .. 00 eat o lwe T I o eove weer 8yentau )rs.............25 ... 30 li v e . s.. ss f sso 110 ........g.. ........5 .... Sj .a'nt, f - M'or te tar e1.. Pou O ....... E to -n......... h130 1 3 .....n . .......... . 0 m 5 perlao r l O I.4 uTweatye per cent diceunt allowed en the above ata masted .tabete rate . withr q:34leout. s.t Jad Marriage roticee. I ea e iaertes. meetu e person al i trn Jor Advertisemnt, T e9ts c Iram eeh neertlem. Pmalter Ryetas,. s10 coat a Its*. N3W OZ.nA3ro. SUNDAY. EBE timeY Is. 1cer. 1W 6 -1- -- i0 y ...... as-ifYmt Snday ina Leot Mmiqs.... . IS-US. DChtaa. oop. aeay .... Feb. 0-St. hertsi Blshp and Con o. b. 9-Chair  e f s-t sTear at AxUaook b b. o eab-els Crn of Thenre. .ipreean Da Larenno es.be nfh r d y eitor of the Chure. Agts for t hea star. S. LANAv i; Franklin. derti themedat teyn e ...

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. — 18 February 1872

'orning ftar and Cathoic Messenger gives at oZW _ l_ . SUNDAY. FEBRUARY Yl. IT cousequ a= INTT L UZSCL date, aes LITuxEN EXERCISES. raising, st., Mary's (Archbishop's) Church. - Father Amonge Bourgeois will preach at this church every need be SSunday, Tuesday andThursdsy evening during to meet Lent, at 6 o'clock. until th Cafedral.--Father Milun will preach at this assem church every Sunday at High Mass tnd every atted Wednesday aid Friday evening at 61 o'clock. on Son, Evry Monday evening, at. the me hour, meet o there wil be -the Wy of the Cross. Theex- o'clock ereise on ach of these evening will be fol- th ohi lowed by the Benedictie of the Blessed Sacra- men: Sta. A ds.S eoero n every Sunday at re.ty High Mass, and every Tesday, and Thursday, at 6 o'clock P. ao., by the-r v-FMthr Leneuf. Profe Way of the Crss every Sunday eve ning, a t day, F o'clock. the Sie St. ae s.ermon every Sunda, at High Rev. A Mass, and Wedneday and Friday evenings at of Md hal-past 5 o'lock, by Fath...

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. — 18 February 1872

:KStar and Catkolc Iissenger. 4tUIIAC a sRIIa. T, FHRIar is. Iset - " GILBlIT ORIVFe. 'thwe s shs s " are an tears awept., Shes a ats qase , drem a srps umnet., arIed as that 3ewar u fly aw but 21uo am Uen unlelsu whoa mthey i -usm se dead, ahmes d tei shat havy ofAte bled, 3 .sheyl toes meet when in eflea.e dhee lhare l.erew dark thate So'teouder way, S that shede a he o ar in ones lse Sag day. ' ohmesre a Us etrL, tere ar hopes ufted. iiego o a bJe: U ha, she ovows analid, 'ihs ee wBera oge bet cgt.e gollo eiavee t Thaese seCsolomal,. we rive thea weU, st the eye daw dint a c curr enralts wl S Them are thee selpe o. lkte de Jow hieef morn,, Ue are s nd new turnedi to SLe ooldest ern Then as dreeme we love in the d orh acn by, thom te . se wm nd sobabs our sky, Th he pesto ieo sa in he ouIne o'n hses When the storm hae ceased andd rne waters ret, ead the heart grows sad that it love have fld, - i hat lmt bpe are gone and It garlands deaed. There ame gathered wreathe and a shad...

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. — 18 February 1872

Morning Star ang Catholic Messengers SW 0Bw oL5A. ISUNDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1ft. WIT LID WIJXoE. Some men,'like plcturgs, are fitter for a corner than a full light-Seneca. What is the difference between the earth and the sea One is dirty and the other is tidy. An exchange wants to know if the bro therhood o( engineers is held together by railroad ties. Flattery is like the usurer, who makes small loans on short time, and demands exorbitant interest. Shakespeare would never have- said, "What's in an aim t" If he had been hit on the head with a brick. Snmrtyoungschoolma'ams, entirely with out the aid of a sewing-msaohinb frequently collar and euff small boys in less than thirty seconds. " May it ple your honor," exclaimed a juryMan, "Is a-deaf in one ear." "Then you may be execzs as it is necessary for Sjaor to  ear boet ," sald the Judge. A lady boarding-hou keeper, who was affllicted with boarders with ery extensive appetites, seasMoned their has with sunff, because shelbeard the artic...

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. — 18 February 1872

ng Star an athoic agasbngsr. BMW Pa ArT asBUARn 1s. ta5s I s T ! osais. asa o 5. " tter late than never..U We have e vted (more or less culpably) for some past, to record events of Catholic in terest transpiring in our parih. This neg Ugeep (apparent) has resulted from a va riety of circumstances, and from a diversi ty of aocupations-the consequence of the "jJack-f-Sl--.tades" charecter of your cor sepndent. he past is irrevocable. Let us then, in be hope of a plenary absolution, resume our correspondence. To p'unge at once in medias rea, our vent erable and venerated Archbishop is here in our midst; two of the celebrated Domini can Pbeachers are here; and the devoted, laboring, Marist Community (as has been said of the Poor) "are always with us" all combining; concuring, conducing, to impart to St. James, a sanctifying influence more easily conceived than expressed. The ecclesiastical parish of St. James, has been the sene of the Rev. Dominicans' labors -during the last week or two...

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. — 25 February 1872

V if j Iorning Star andCatlkotixessenger Pmte~n, WcAtR atr II M· r lOrnlng Star and Catholfo Wea4 mp 5.Wee essar at~o~s ~ah.U.. Ckswes, St 7N. 124 Orsalddt dist, temass. Poydres and I Tna Mosxwxe Srsn hasem with the approval of the **ehiie authority of the Doese, to sap a The Dirhe orf the (0mp5Zy ret admitted Want In New Oremsiatt -w loet Rev. Arodbishop N. J. Pe mainly devoted to the tere Cathollo Churcb. Very Rev. 0. RAYMOND,ce t d to one vry B3av I. io araan . the peraao on tTe pd rev. T. .!. KSMxx. X based on ajoint stock company, Rev. T. J. 8r. dols, In fie tound s o CMr. Jax T. IBBONaS. o «. dollars each. Mr.3 Jff0 ICCaxvasv.cf· Yr. Jonw HEmDuneox. An et amntialo.is e to beaeidrssed tao the We * pprove of the aaoee I .. a lit .OKrs er or em s amgronexessenger, a D ti tTon a n n All eomnnicatonsa'e ~ lb.of our Doee uaitawsefi'helfmiaeBarqnd~staolicMereayer. i and~b 1I187 tJ. M. Anunaaorvor lNw Oarx tabnetlen Omo o. 1st Cuarndet street. Dwcd Hp ***maas se. SOfice-No. 124 Car~de...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 25 February 1872

mntlnr tMar and catholic Messengf8 35W thokuAIS, MUUNDAY. FEILRUARY 15. lts' S2TO5U WHO DHY'ST TIE MOURNER'S TEAR iensal5b the broken heart ant btfdleth up thair wounnas. -I'a'ae a'zjia. 3. 4), Thee 'wh ,lr.'et the mourner's tear, How dark Ibls werld'wculd be. E( wh deceivred and wounded here. We could not ey to Thee I ' he ds sdwho ln our sutehinelive. Whea winter rome., are tdown; And be who baa but teas toiive, Mst weep thoa tears alone. Set Then wilt heal that broken heart. Web like l plante that throw tHeir fragrance from the wounded part. Breathes sweLsaa oat of wee. "Whe Joy so loner soothee or cheers, - And even the hoe that threw A msem5.ai sparkl o'er our tears le dtui'd and 'anish'd too, Swho wold hear life stormy doom. Did e4.T .win ` of love' eae, A J Lb og' tbroagh the gloom Oar Peso. branch from hbovel Thea seerrow, touch'd by Thee, grows bright Wish toer than repture's rey; A. darsa.m shown us worlds of light We ever saw by day ! fe 4" Morning Star and Catholic Messe...

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. — 25 February 1872

niui Star and Cathoic'Messenger. LW OXL aES 8NDA, 183RUAEY 25. 1872. THE Rýf(BOW OF THE HEART. Whim the doud. ome sweeping onwead, Afd with darkness sbroud the sky T~;:mthe ob~dnbol ~ofuJ rrnllht 7erm s Nombow bright, on high. So whom norrow athes o'er as. Lan itele biD dejoy depart, amm e tot ý htd'a meattc * Terag' therainbow of tlhearrt"us Whethat oloud is death's prim shadow. lbiYeg om the heart and home, F whatgsoure shal onolaeiono. the wounded spirit conic? New . heaveu's open poral See ybet `ens of brigbtae start Sste hnings through the tear drope. 1'Es "'the rainbow of the heart.' Fee evry gref, sod pain, end tsar, Some snalight has heen given. And, though we a.. it not today. lIvil be known in heaene. It sabh life muas bars its rain-drops. Seeof light each has ita pant. had we, too, wlln meet and mingle In "the rainbow of the heart.' AIONRUSBO? SPALDI1N SXETCH O0 HIS LIFE, LABORS AND DEATU. Martin John Spalding, the seventh Arch bishop of Baltimote, war Ipern near Le banon...

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. — 25 February 1872

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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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