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ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. The Feast of Pentecost. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. a. The Feast of Pentecost. Pontifical High Mass was celebrated at 11 a.m. The Right Rev. Dr. Higgins, Bishop Auxiliary, who acted as celebrant, with the priest assistant (Rev. Father Robinson), the deacon (Rev. Father Walsh), and the sub-deacon (Rev. Father Hayden), entered the sanctuary by the door fronting the arch of the vestry. His Eminence the Cardinal-Archbishop entered the church in procession by the middle door ot the eastern transept. Mr. T. M. Slattery and Mr. J. Hughes, Knights of St. Gregory, walked first ; then cross-bearer and acolytes with lighted tapers ; the Cardinal, attended by the Very Rev. Dr. O'Haran, and followed by train bearers ; the Very Rev. Dr. Murphy and the Rev. Father Walsh, of Melbourne (priests assistant at the throne) ; the Diocesan Consultors (Very Rev. Deans Slattery and Healy, Very Rev. Arch-priest Sheehy, Very Rev. Dr. Carroll, V.G., the Very Rev. Father Le Rennetel, S.M.); the Right Rev. Monsignor O'Brien; the students of ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. Wo arc not responsible for tho opinions expressed by oiu correspondents.]

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GAELIC PASTIMES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

GAELIC PASTIMES. (TO THE ED1T0U OF TITK CATHOLIC PRESS.) Sir, — 111 one of the Sydney papers of this week there'has been a discussion on the merits of football playing. Some of the Avriters went so far as to say tho Rugby system Avas brutalising. It has often occurred to me Avhy tho gamo is not played here according to tho Gaelic rules by some teams at least. These rules are so modified that there can be no roughness about the game ; the players are not allowed to catch each other. It is a more scientific and interesting game than tho Rugby one. Tho folloAving extract from the Dublin Freeman's i Journal of April -I- will give somo idea of I the Avorking of the Gaelic Athletic Association: — I ' The invasion of London on Easter Monday Avill do I an immensity of good in consolidating tho scattered | forces of the Gael in the land of the Saxon. Already I very flourishing clubs exist in London, and it is to bo M expected that the number Avill be materially aug- I men ted from tho impotu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

MELBOURNE. (F.ROM A CORIII'JSPON.DUNT.) In tlio niiclst of his niiuiil'old duties tho Archbishop o.l; Melbourne has found time to reply to the gratuitous, not to uso a stronger, but tnior, word, intrusion of the Presbyterian champion.., Dr. Rontoul, into the controversy Avi.tli the Anglican party. Nor did lie forget to remind his Church of England opponents of the danger ' of relying on soldiers of fortuno, who dearly love the din. and sinokoof battle, but who too often, in the end, turn their swords against those who liavo enlisted their services.'' With, this delightfully delicate allusion to the past career of Dr. Rentoul in the paths of controversial .iiuoramiro, the ArciiDisiiop goes si/raigni; to the point when he maintains that there was nob one real diJIi culty in. the Professor's lectures that was not fully answered by him in his lectures on the Roman Primacy. With regard to special phases of the difli.cu.lt.ios suggested by Dr. Eeiitoul,the Archbishop says: ' A s, however,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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OUR CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS. No. XII. HOME FOR THE AGED POOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

OUR CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS. No. XII. HOME FOR THE AGED POOH. On a rising ground at Randwick, overlooking the Centennial Park, on a cheerful and healthy site, stand the temporary buildings of the Little Sisters of the Poor — an order than which none in the Church is more deserving of sympathy or undertakes a more touching and beautiful work — that of gathering togother the aged poor, and by their own hard labour and the devoted and trying task of personally begging for them, giving them a home. The buildings, as thoy now exist, are long and low, a one-storied weather-board houso, roored with corrugated iron, and consisting of three wings, that in the contro running east and west, those at the ends north and south. There is also a long-dotaohed building of a similar kind appropriated as a dormitory for old women. In the central portion of the building is a dormitory for old men, containing 20 bods. The Sisters, how over, oxplain that this does not nearly suffice for their needs. They a...

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APPEAL BY ENGLISH, IRISH, AND AMERICAN CARDINALS. A Tribunal of International Arbitration. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

APPEAL BY ENGLISH, IRISH, AND AMERICAN CARDINALS. ? + ? A Tribunal of International Arbitration. The following appeal by tho American, Irish, and English Cardinals, in behalf of a permanent tribunal of arbitration, has been issued : — ' We, the undersigned Cardinals, representatives of the Prince of Peace, and of the Catholic Church in our respective countries, invite all who hear our voice to co-operate in the formation of a public opinion, which shall demaud the establishment of a permanent tribunal of arbitration, as a rational substitute among tho English-speaking races for a resort to the bloody arbitrament of war. 'Wo are well ;lw;i,i'g that such, a liroieot is bescb Avith practical difficulties. We bolicvo that they will not prove to bo insuperable if the desire to overcome them be genuine and general. Such a Court existed for centuries, when the nations of Christendom were united in one faith. And have avo not seen nations appeal to that same Court for its judgmonfc in our o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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AN EXPLANATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

AN EXPLANATION. (TO MM I 10 NIHTOK, Oil1 Till'! CATIIOMO l'llKSK.) Sir, — Mr. ilo^'an has only shown by his letters that lie is in perfect harmony with tho views of 'Catholic' and. myself. We never advocated si ' Catholic politi cal association,' and his attempts to warn us oil' from such a precipice arc more creditable to hi,s zeal and charity than to his penetration and. judgment. I sun pleased that in your 'Notes and Comments ' lust week you havo clearly defined, your policy in this respect, and that you have made it patent that your paper is not to descend to mere party politics, nor is its scope the advancement of politicians, Catholic or otherwise. IVI'r. ll.ogan. Avould think mo moro courageous had I written over my real name. 1 am one of those old fashioned people that boliovo that opinions and principles, not persons, are to be considered, and honco I did not, like him, strive to recommend my argu ments by forcing them on your readers wrapped in. the cloak of my (f long and...

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WHO IS MY NEIGHBOUR? (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

WHO IS MY NEIGHBOUR? (TO Til. IS MD I TO 1.4 OK THIS CATHOLIC I'IMOSS.) Sir, — Permit mo to direct tho attention of the readers of your instructive paper to tho anti Christian advice tendered by Sir Joseph Abbott to the Masonic brotherhood, at tho annual meeting of tho Masonic Benevolent Institution on tholSth inst., the effect of which, if followed, would steel the hearts and close up tho bowels of compassion of tho members of tho Masonic body to hunger's piteous pleadings of all suffering humanity outside the magic circle of the Masonic craft, 'M.W. Urothor Sir Joseph Abbott, in responding, stated that, although tho balance-sheet was a very satisfactory one, it was not as satisfactory as it might be, lie asked that the lodges throughout tho country should subscri bo moro liberally to the institution. Ho pointed out that there were many distressed Masons in tho colony, and it was tho duty of tho brethren, whun dispensing charity, to see that that charity was dispensed among themsel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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