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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 21 April 1872

EorningStarandCatholic Messenger - ?UUS//HZD WRiLK~ 5?r - reasusez orwte. .: TT --.- _-r, / gning Stara Cathol fhele, Orkee.,eCatholic ublieesean Cemeay,.t s' No. 124 OCae deZet street, between Poydrw aend ,,. bs t y - with the approval of the eees TheDirectorsof theCompanyare: authority of the Diose, to Most Rev. Arohbishop N. J. Pav ta malnly te Idte e Very Rev. G. Arcirso-n, .Pra Catholoc Church. Vice President. To prevent all thin a tou t Very Rev. J. MoTNIHAx. - _ ery. T. J. KPnt ] the ermanency of te ld x e s based on a Joint stock oomaay, Rev. T. J. sirrs. tal of whlh is one hund't s s Mr. Jom T. Granoxs,. p dollars, in hveah. sadme Mr. JoHN McCA-']Y. Mr. Josx Haxozmso. f i--v Aol eaeumuicationsare tobeaddressed to the We approv e the ntersofetrJortngaterandOQatolpseenger. t adng, and oommend it to the , of our Diocese., t J.M, A-ouuxso owNaw OM.u Publieien eler ieo. 194 Caroadelet street. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THA i . FEET OF THEM THAT BRINGGLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI -- ...

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. — 21 April 1872

Mernin S1tar and Catholic Messenger. 111W ORLEANS, SUNDAY., APBIL St. 1872. PIC 'URES IN THE FIRE. As Ieit in the flrelhb musing, Strange hpes 01 the glowing grate, And in wierd, lpanoramic beauy All yield to one oiery fate. Thete are castlee of anoient splendor, And cliles of poe t renown. And moncarch that swayed a nation, Dyeing with blood the crown. There's the fae of f din martyr, And a halo onelrcierosi head, While acre.. my waking viaona Flilt the face of the f o o dead; And memory bide me listen To the vers of bygone years, Till my heart Is swelling withb adno, • And my eyes are dewy with tears. Voices, whose owners with sandaled feet Now tread eternity'e shore . Whose songa have long slncteningled With Heaven's archangel choir. Then the pictrere pses rom me, And. gasiog long. I see An old and quainot cathebdral. A priest and his rosary. And ore by one he conteth As the olgan ite tveper swells, Ill.. i.ly bead ast midnight. While the Pope hic penance tells; And the "Ave Mar...

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. — 21 April 1872

I)rning Star and Catholic Messenger. asw oarLAns. UNrDAY. AParL 51. 1, r. DOMR O OATEOLIC NTZLGrIaOg. Dedication of the ow Bedejaptorist Ctur of St. A phonaes.--The magnifcent churob, sometime since deseribed in these columns, which the Redemptoriat Fathers have erect ed at an immense outlay of money, zeal and energy, in South Fifth Avenue, iear Canal street, was dedicated on Sunday, the 7th inst., under the invocation of St. Al -honsus. His Grace, the Most Rev. Arch bishop, odticated in the solemn ceremony, of dedication, assisted by the Very Rev. Wm. Starry V. -., the Rev. Fathers of the church, anda large assemblage of the Rev. I clergy. The body and galleries of the spa cionus edifice were filled with the people of the neighborhood and an imposing array of civic and military societies, who had come l to the church in procession. An English sermon was preached by Rev. Joseph Hen ning, C. 88. R., of St. Louis, and a German one by Rev. Wm. Loewekamp, C. SS. R., of Philadelphia....

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. — 21 April 1872

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. PVOIBUSBD UVEaY SURDAY MOsNI O. Rzv. A. J. RYAN - - - EDIToan-I-CItr. SEw of.EANe SUNrDAY. APRIL I, Mn. 0U1 CLUE RATES EOR PAPEZKIS ST BY MAIL TO ONX ADDRLSS. One Copy (one year) ................" S$3 Five Copies ' . ...............12 Ten Copies " .................- 50 Twenty Copies " .................. 40 00 No orders will receive attention unless so companied by the cash. Agents for the Star. LOUIlIANA. S. LANAUX, Franklln. T"M. DUGGAN, Baton Bouge. J. D. SAWYER, corner Market and Twenty Second streets, Galveston. J. Z. LAYrauzcER, Ihredo. CALrEDAR Or THE WEE Suday..A.. pr. S-Patreas of St. CoJsepo. •Moday..... Apr. Sd.- So.er and einu, Popes and Tuesday ....Apr. 93-SMe .GeQorL Martyr. Wesesday..Apr. 94--St. lsids of Bismsrlnp, Martyr. hurday ......Apr. 5-Sb. letua and ar.au.., Popes ad Martyra Saturday- ...6 9e-St. Anslm.Biabop, Confessor and Saturay.. Apw. Doctor of the Church. Very Rev. John Flannagan. The lose which our community has su...

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. — 21 April 1872

Warning Star and Catholic Messenger. ysw ZPaLANe, BUND . A, APRIL st. 1tes. CITY IPTZLLIORNCN-. St. Joseph's Fkir.-This Fair, which is being held in the Hall, eorner of Derbigny and Com mon streets, neat to the beautiful new church, has been well attended during the past week. Saturday and Sunday evenings, particularly, visitors from all parts of the city seemed to have made it a central voint where all should concentrate in a spirit of conviviality and mirth. Evidently none were disappointed, for votes without number were cast, tickets in numerable taken, and corks of champagne bottles popped with such frequency as to give one a good idea of a frat-elass skirmish. We need hardly remark that the kind ladies who have undertaken the task of attending to the tables, were overjoyed, and when the small hours of the morning were announced by some over-curious body, few could be convinced that it was later than eleven o'clock. Every visitor seemed to be an old friend to every other visit o...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 21 April 1872

iMening Star and CathoUc Mossenger. U OrrI[.lANSSlD. S &AAPRIL I2. IM2. tiemetiag Praetiol on t. Patrlick' Day. Our table has been flooded with comma u mieations about the celebration of St. Patrick's Day In every part of the country. We can not for obvious reasons publish all of them. We have decided, therefore, in order to do the only equal Justice in our power to all, and to give no cause of of fence to any, to publish none. In all places that we have heard from these demonstra tions have been highly creditable to the faith of the Irish race. In the place of these numerous and interesting notices of this year's celebration, we present to our readers a practical reflection upon it. This reflection has been suggested by the de monstration in the most populous and most Catholic city in the country. cion on the 18th March was the largest and most imposing ever seen in New York City in honor of St. Patrick's Day. It would be safe to. assert that not ten per sons, excepting the sal...

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. — 21 April 1872

Mersing Star and Catholic Messenger. 12W ORLNA35, SIDAT,. APRIL st, 16;5 WIT AhD WISDOM. A bad sign-To sign another man's name to a note. The conjunctive mood - Thoughts on matrimony. Some men are worth nothing; and other are worth-less. "Excuse baste and a bad pen," as the pig said when he broke out. The bachelor has to look out for number one, the married man for number two. When is a candle like a tomb-stone t When it is put up for a late husband. A paper says, " Truth is in type, but is crowded out by more important matter." A Queer Man-The baker who kneads much, and sells everything he kneads him self. Mrs. Partlngton says that for a "nice little cold collection," she prefers "' veal culverts." Speculators see acqueducts in bubbling springs, buildings in stones, and cash in everything." There is a boy down East so bright that his mother has to look at him through a piece of smoked glass. What is the best time to read the book of na'nre t When spring opens the leaves and autumn ...

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. — 21 April 1872

IMinlng Star and Catholic Messenger. wM enRELASa. SUaDAY, APRIL It. 18ts. RDrrOBIAL AND OrEE3 ITIS. A Connecticut siga reads, " Cake and Bore for sale here, and Barber Shop including." $175,000 bave been collected in New York towards paying off the French indemnity. The Council of Revision have annulled the sentence pronounced against Blanqui, and granted him a new trial. The Apachees attacked the stage near Pres cott, Arizona, on the 8th inst. The passengers killed one Indian and escaped. A. T. Stewart had his entire establisbment, onsisting of eight hundred persons, vacoin ated by the Health Department Inspectors re cently. Castelar, the great Spanish orator, in a speech at Seville, said that his party aspired to the formation of the United States of Europe, and the foundation of a universal republic. While daily papers are thrown away each day, weekly papers are kept the whole week, and are often passed around from one family to another. _ Advertisers sh9uld make a note of this. ...

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. — 28 April 1872

S i Morning Stairand Catholio Messenger PU.LED LY B MOrningStar and Caholic rea rMeNew Orlrean Ocathou Publioaon compOW,. 68 No. 124 COrondelet street, btemns Poydrs eamd wefayette streeta. appse with the approval of the eoekleae authority of the Dioese, to glum TheDireatorso thecompearaare admitted want in New Orienms, Theirstoi ofvte the Coman areari~ Most Rev. Arhobbishaop N. J. PMC,C mail devotedto t s Preailent. Cathoic Churh. Very Rev. G. RAYMoND, Vice President. To prVent all alreand tog Very Rev. J. MoYNruMAx. the permanney of the ud per T.J. axx. ased on rjohlat ook eeanpuyt gev. T. J. zxsv. tal of which ih on. hnnred tb Rev. T. J. SBurr. dollar, in vathousa1 d r se f Mr. John T. OIoxe. dolrs ea.. Mr. JoHN MCCCAmxY. Mr. Jout Hlwnerox. A,,rns.SV tAS Mu! ESrdw We· approv, of the adxsssY -. An communicationmr to be addressed to the tain, a pprove of l a uit orseotl.r u~ sun tsrr ssdgae trhefnd o u m er. of o rD mtlo ss . ofao ooN iotioaf Ofos-No. a Codelet street. HOW BEAUTIFU...

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. — 28 April 1872

arning Star and Catholic Messengesr. wv oeRLEANS. SUNDAY. APRIL 48. 1871. Pea the Morning Star and Catholic Messenger rasms SUGOESTUD lt THE FtTNERAL OF THE VERY RBV. FATHER FLANNAGAN. List to that bell, 'ti a funeral knell, So solemn, so sadly grand, For him who from our midst has gone To his home tl a better land. Bear how itiloats on the breeze This sonny April morn, And the people's iegust for their spirit chief With its mystical notes is borne. Well, he is gone, and we mourn for his loss, But his la a well-earned rest From this sorrowing world of sin and dole He lives today with the blests And from those realms of life and love He bids us not to weep, While o'er his bier, with many a tear. Our vigil we lovingly keep. In sooth be was an Irish priest From Erin's sea-girt sho'e= In boyhood's days he loved her streams, Green hills and mountains boar. But they bade him sail to a diastant elime, To spread his Master's word, So he bid farewell to his own old land, The land of song and...

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. — 28 April 1872

Mrning Star and Catholic Messenger. *t saw ORLsAs, BSUNDAY. APRIL U, .tea gv of DOEnIO CATnOLI INmTELueOzo . t. a-l Hoe the Catholic Total Abstinence Union c is Working.-The Union, although founded , less than two months since, is already hi working wonders in every section of the ci country. The time of the IntelligentCor- o0 responding Secretary, Maj.B. J. O'Driscollt , Washington, is almodt incessantly occupied u in enaswering letters of inquiry from all p points, both far and near, in reference to the manner of forming new Societies- and is reviving old organizations in barmany with If the Union. Vigorous associations are n springing np everywhere, and State Unions is are in process of formation all over ithe land. This week a neat pamphlet edition of h the proceedings of the Baltimore Conven- t tion, with concise Instructions as to the nI proper mode of forming local Societies and w State Unions, will besirculated from Head- d quarters here. This will give additional Ie impetus...

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. — 28 April 1872

aerg Star and CathoaUc Meusengs wesaain avzrT SUNDAY MoaxxING. M. . A. J. EYAN -- - EDTon-xN-CmINr. NNW ORL ANS. SUNDAY. APRIL 18. 1871. OPS eWm SA&S= .WAIVElRS ENT rY HAIL To o0E ADDRESS. <IVas op(one year) ........ ......8 3 00 gg,,,,. 12 50 ',opis " .................. 22 50 "r sty Copies " .' ....... 40 00 J5 orders will receive attention unless ac 4mmeraied by the cash. agesmt for the star. LOL"SIANA. wrasun. S.$ ELaAU1, Franklin. -hI.aulGoaR, Baton Rouge. WZAL . D. SAWYERI, corner Market and Twenty -Weond streets, Galveston. .e. . LAYucDECEER, Laredo. CALEbDAR OF THE WEEK J c-.. Apr. e5-St. Paul d the Cress. Confessor. .........Apr. 2St Pehr..Martit. tiasir ....Apr. 30--St. etherseof Sienna, Virb n. 5aaeisy.tiy i-.APltp. andst Jnc ames e es. 7 MyS-S... t. Athseasius Bi·b shop'f.essor Sad ])rlor of theChrch ' ;ri.,May 32-ldla 1 o82t. , Cm.. C. 'D~.. Eroan, C soz BO. MoniLaR w. (Ot~ota ) P105313 W' NA!CURZ. Me collect ad roopellandor tempestele is order. -.-rsited l atoMas...

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. — 28 April 1872

Srning Star and Catholic Messenger. 31w ORaL3as1 $B DAT. APRIL !, isis. CMT IENrM.IeEO. Ctose of 8&. Jospp's Feir.-This Fair, which was opened Saturday night, April 6th, elosed last Tuesday night. We are pleased to state that daring the eighteen nights of its contina ance, it was well patronized, and all concur In the opinion that it has proved nearly, if not folly, as great a nsuccess as was that held last year, which netted .014,396 95. In the contest for the horse and buggy the vote stood as fol lows: Captain G. Crosby, 2I60 votes.......$1130 Coroner Creigh, 2046 votes..-.....----. 1023 $9153 We congratulate the gallant Captain upon the acquisition of so handsome a prize, the value of whihob is enhanced so greatly by the fact that its possession saeaks eloquently the esteem and respect In which he is held by his many rends. At St. Joseph's Table, No. 1, the handsome umbrells was awarded to Father Bescber, he having received over 1000 votes, the gold bracelets to Miss Sarah Qu...

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. — 28 April 1872

Morning Stir and Catholic Messenger. 11W caIZAHB. sVUDA?. APRIL 28. 073. The Importsance of Vigorous Catholic Newspapers. Every one who is at all familiar with modern litersture knows that it is thor oughly anti-Catholic. It is so in every de partment-blistory, philosophy, essays. cri ticism, poetry, novels. Whese they have not this character obviously, they are not less hostile in fact; for their spirit and life, their fundamental ideas and leading thoughts, and general tendency, are all op posed to the Clihurch and the truths it be lieves and teaches. This is especially the case with the news paper press. And it is even than the less ephemeral forms of literature just mentioned, in creating and malitain ig p dices, widespread and obstinate, st Catholics and their faith-preju ee the more obstinate and difocult to re move, because they are not grounded on distinct and definite ideas, bus are the re sult of impressions made gradually and imperceptibly, and therefore incapable of anal...

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. — 28 April 1872

erning Star arid Catholic Messenger, aw oELtAtr SUNDAY.r APmseIS, 1671. WiT AM3 WISDOM. ners of wdod-house painters. lways "bard pressed"-Bricks. safe robbery is often dangerous. seizin' ticket-A warrant for arrest. ong of the Oyster-Keep me in my little raggists are said to be the great pillers society. he mother's HIeart gives 4th joy at the y slet 2th. fany plain young ladies live to become tty-old ones. he crow is a brave bird-he never shows white feather. If you want to see yourself as others see in, ran for office. Good potatoes and corn have their eyes Id ears about them. " The good die young," especially during e season of green fruit. Electric cuarrents are preserved like other rents. They are laid In jars. If you have a loitering servant, send him an errand just before his dinner. &tkWhy are harbor does like cartes ds ite ? Becanse they are port-rates. Why is the figaure nine like a peacock t icause it's nothing without its tail. A Paradox.-Do you wish to get up with e...

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. — 28 April 1872

Mtrinl Stard anl atholi M en 33W eOgLANS. uURDAY, APRIL se. 1BM 7505 persons were baptized In the Philadel phis Catholic churches last year. a It is computed by an English journal that b London will contain 6,000,000 of inhabitants in 1900. F Burglars are so frequent in Dixon, Ill., that b the Telegrapph classes them among the "local r indnstries." d The papers announce the death of M. Jadques a Felix, father of the celebrated Rachel, aged C eighty-six years. h The French radicals are rejoicing over the F evidence cf the growth of Republican ideas in C the departments. The Empress Augusta will leave Berlin on a the 29th for England, to visit Queen Victoria, 4 and be absent ten days. A rinet among the Chinese laborers in the tin a mines at Tacoot in Northern China resulted in e the les of many lives. b Army worms have appeared in immense c numbers in Tennessee and are doing great p damage to the fruit trees. An exchange prints a chapter of the Bible e without credit. How on earth are...

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. — 5 May 1872

`d ,/* ornlng StarandCatholl messen Srr rIte VwO~freae Oiadb{ Prdikaa emp~a.qu, se-at /ýGiýrnn~aa SNo. IN4 Caredeuret newt , betwees hptwras and La f e ts strteetr. f. + THS Mo Tah been MOtItQd Tb~rdtl~bh;sa-" - - with~f~~S ~ fjr ' rt the spprovýlteecliut~ The Ditreatr o@th. Ompany are:o the Do_" -a h Meat Re. Abrcbihop N. J. PERCHE, - admitted eto In I p V ery R ev G. R ar xox o, -Pre - -n t. Cthol__Ch _____ nice President. _ Catholc Chureh. R ev. T . J . E PNry. the Per lD eano y of th e uad rta jn , it i . Rev. T. J. SMIT. " "- ,_ based on ajoint stook company, the oap!. Rev T. J. K6in Y ofer ech ~-~----te l of which Ia can huidre thopusad Mr. 5omx T. Gxano\S. Y . a"s t a Mr. JoaN McCAF-n'Y. dollarn ah ad shas ofwt Mr. Jont HXnznaso. ' All eommuaieationaeare tobe tddreeVd 3: P `(" " 2Nto rsea serlfY tatIp Partaosdostal a re84 ee , ,. We aplete_ of th. .oreeaj ap s taking, aad comend it to the Cathollc _sofooar oioarae, Pablication Offie-o. 13& mdelet street. - - - ýi----`----...

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. — 5 May 1872

irailng Star and Catholic Messenger, i IIw etnaLANs. sNDAT, MAT 5. 1157. AT ARLINGTON. it JalEN a. 5ANDALL.t Tthis poem, which bas few equals in beoauty c end point in the whole wide field of Southern a sing was founded on the. following extra- t wedinary incident: Immediately after Grant's . .amugoration there was a grand decoration of ee Federal graves at Arlington, the old. home 1 of Gen. Lee, near WVashington, now a Federal t cemetery. Trusting to "Let us have peace," ame -Southern sympathizers at the Federal a aspital, ladies principally, thought there would 1 iae no objection to placing flowers upon the I yes of thirty unknown Confederates who a t amid the Federal host. In this they were c doomed to disappointment. A file bf marines, with fixed bayonets, repelled every effort of 1 dhe ladies, and trampled upon their floral offer- t uage. That night a hurricane, or whirlwind, I swept over Arlington ; and, on the following mm5n the Confederate graves were covered t with the garl...

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. — 5 May 1872

Warning Star and-Catholic Messenger, sew OdLA . SUNDAY. xAY._. 15a. uIONrui OaTaOUO INLr OrNr. C. Rt. Bev. James Gibbons in Biemosmed, Va.-On 8aunday evening last the Roman Catholio Cathedral on Grace street illed-gallerles and aisles-with a con3 - ptlon assembled to hear a lecture on ahM ity by Bishop Gibbons, of the dioeee of NortCarolina, and adminisatrator of' the diocese of Virgins, since Bishop MicQill's death-the proceeds of the lecture to be placed in the hands of the society of St. Vincent de Paul, for distribution among the poor and needy, without distinction of re ligionus denomination. BIshep Gibbonas is probably the youngest Roman Catholic Bishop in the United States, not being more, wu thnn, dgiog from his looks, than 35 or 36 years of age. His is of rather slender mould and has a biilliant eye. The expresasion of his face is highly intelldctual. His manner of atterance is perfect. He speaks slowly, articulating so distinctly every word as to be perfectly understood by...

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. — 5 May 1872

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. PVBL:3ED EVERY sU8 DAY MOI TxGO. Ray. A. J. RYAN - - - EIltro-IN-Caimr. aEW Ot)LEANS. 6UMDAT. MAY 5 1674. CALENdAR 01 TUE WEEm .... ay 5-St. Pins v. Po sa CoConnr esor.. resas....May t El-St. John bfor the Latin Gate. edachto..wny o -Vigila of trohou the South TbnU·-ls ~ ~ and Martyr.~or Thursday .. .May 4"-A5oen iOS of oar Lord. Priday.......May 0-St. A&ntosnia3labop and Lonfoe. Saturday.p. ".May t 1-Sm. 0 55 i3n01 aCon aoefand llh.ofethe Cson To Priests In the Country. Our Rev. Clergymen in the counntry have it in their power to aid us in greatly in creasing the circulation of the STAR. In eahot town or village throughout the South, a few wortid from thle resident or visiting priest would secure the accession to oar list of from ten to fifty subscribers. In pushing this work, besides the atrong rea sons which have actuated His Holiness, Pope Pins, and all the Bishops o1 our Holy Mother the Church. to advise the general circulation of Cathol...

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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