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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 15 September 1872

Ing Star and Catholic M" hen r. hove neavu o-BLUANs tr AT. girPTB sZRa 1. 5. tbanally aM 01P IRn .tions Of li - viduale as BY PARABOLA. sir to 04 r eiee-Pio dcuta en Lierty.j to in . 24cele-Pwb E~dasI~on l an Ibery. ~pleasure a the Laws of thls 8tate on Public Educa- e al t!i there is (1) a Superintendent, elected by aae of ty of the People, and a Board of Edo- shookng n, for the whole State, appointed by the tions or ri or ; (2) the State is divided into six ty and bh for School purposes, and each division is laim, the direction of one of the Board; (3) Roland: h parish there is a Board of Sohool D. mitted in appointed by the State Board; (4) the Hence, t powers are granted, first, supremely ness of e State Board, and then aubsidiarily to sing ques vision Superintendents and Parochial lation to ors; (5) in their relative order they phras E mend, adopt and prescribe a uniform This won of 21xt Books, which are to be used in idea of hools for teaching Geography, History, fere our at...

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. — 15 September 1872

nrniln Star and Cathoi, s Ma sss*as. M1a E3aD T YT SUXDAT NOSN*NS. REV. A. J. RYAN, EDiTOR-I]-CO3I r.* sorro n-rM.cr.J I IB Om O OWNrrU · s lS, n. WE -- 3A --35 n lArEO 5n1Tr BY MAIL TO 013 ADD .a e zrCop (one rr a ................. o vI(e ************ - SCoes ..........--.--. 12 Twenty Copies " ............... .40 00 No orders will receive attention unless ac eempanied by the cash. Agents fr the Star. LON'IA-A. ;: LA.'vix, Franklin. Ts. DYrooGA, Baton Rouge. '-L J. D. SAwTan, corner Market and Twenty Second streets, Galveston. J. Z. LarxnDtEEaN, Laredo. Osom1A. J. J. O'CoN~suLL, Savannah. soUra caoLtonA. BTEraxn' MOLONY, Charleston. EMxza DATs.-Wednaeday, Friday and Saturday nest, being the Autumnal Ember Days, the faithful are strictly bound, save where dispensed, to observe faat and ab stinence. "ITEMS or TaHOVuT," by Parabola, will be found on page 8 of 'to-day's paper. His Grace, Archbishop Perche, is ex gcted in the city about the 20th inst. TuE PRESBYTERIAN AND INFALLIBIL...

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. — 15 September 1872

Morning Star Aid tlholk--Meusenger. rW eLEAMSe, U 3 r, EArPE ERa 1s. 1sn. RnLIGItoU R EPTIrzox AT TEE ACADEMY OF T. JoexrH-Corner 8. P5Itp sand Gaires Bts. ast Sunday, at 4 o'elook P. a. the neat chapel f the above named institution was densely rowded with the friends and relatives of five oung ladies who were about to become Sisaters the Order of St. Joseph. His Grace, the hbishop, being absent from the city, Fath Berobem, C.S.LR., officiated. The eeremony, hioh is always of a beautiful and edifying stare, was on this occasion made more effeo lre by the unusual concourse of clergymen, ong whom we noticed Fathers Pompallier Gautherin, of the Society of Mary, Faivre, R., and Hoste, chaplain of the convent. very able disoourialw-tench was delivered Father Berchem, C.SS.R., followed by one English, from Father Fatvre, C.88.R. The mes of the young ladies who were received e Misses Mary Cooney, Emelia Smith, Louise artin, Laure Thlbedeanu and Rosario Lass he respectively took the names i...

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. — 15 September 1872

Mernint Star and Catholk Messenger. lases IWT.ZA as. s "- 16' l ýf It is xBE sUPPRESSION O TH2 EZLIGIOUS eighty on0a3s. course Roxs, Au t 17.--T ntee am prolong beginning tote vn' aw" w ; L idiffeilties tis bat for the Italian Govers nd as the friends time has now come to do away with the these c exceptional poetion of the Pope and the terest Catholic Church in Italy, some plan 'must Though be devised for keeping up a semblance of falible, right and justie. It is true that the law predece ofthe Guarantees, as everything else done and, ab by the Government, has been made to de- it is the ceive the world at large and consequently individi a good deal of tact most be used in inter- materia pretinE the existing laws in favor of the eats bol Church as meaning the opposite of what general the public understand by them- The sup- sppearl pression of the Religious Orders is a ques- ciroom tion that toucohes the independence of the what t Pope, and-man think that it they are pat conditi an ...

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. — 15 September 1872

Morning Star and Cathlie ger. 13W O3LUANU6 s5UNDAT.:._~2E i. 151. JUVENILQ-OLUMN. Carrie satoi the doorstep with her white 'kitten iunoer arms. The kitten's name uas Ba, and she wore a broad blue rib n-around her neck. Carrie was getting Bus to sleep. So she ed herself back and forth, singing, in er shrill little voice, ". kind to by ther. for now e old, His locks all entangled wlthpay." Carrie never could remember the word intermingled," so she always used entan led instead, and she thought it sounded little better than the right word, if any ug. Besides, she didn't know. what ther word meant. Kitty lay very con tedly in her ares, purring loudly. Car elled it singing. loved Bus very much, and the too let her little mistress do just about she pleased with her She was put to *,taken out to ride, was brushed, and mbe, and curled, and wore bows on her aso, and sometimes on the end of hertael. he wore faney caps, made of old atooking eels, trimmed up, and often. drank her silk with a...

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. — 15 September 1872

Uerning Star and Catholic Messenger. =Js OLIEAIS. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 15 lt. saw or,~ss·. Y, ., Dr. The "' Ksthen in Defence. The F Dr. Tait, the Protestant Archbishop of Cepwet Canterbury, having lately, at a public n eetirburng, expressedi fears of what might H sg be the result of so many- civilized and dice. highly cultured heathens, law-student of Lii and others, living in London, and of the nobod danger involved to Christianity thereby; every some letters have appeared in the London body, Tintes in reply to his Graeu's statements self, and fears. Aidesheer II. Kalpadia writes: doctri S"In these days of insincerity and He as Lypocrisy, when people are paid for do- Catbc miaring opinions and propagating beliefs little they t hemselves do not believe in, it is not but a novel thing to see the high priest of the down Established Church sending forth from a fact public platform at Carlisle his opiniona re ation garding the evil conseqtences attendant the A on the stay of T'e ' heathen...

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. — 15 September 1872

Ina Star and Catholic Messenger rningStar and Cathol PLB.LIBE1D WEELT T / er Oreanls lathofe Publication Oompany, at. -- ONNA" . 124 Carondelet rtet, between Poydrasand with the approval of t a ayetrte streets. authority of the Diocese, to supply a 1 ? admitted want in New Orieaas, and Is The Directors of the Company are: mainly devoted to he nteret of Catholic Church. It willnot intrfere i Rev. Archbishop N. J. PE RCE, Prev. Archbishop N. J. P ent. politics except wherein they tterfele SHoDZRO. with Catholic righs but will SRev. G. RAL~-oOD, inilquty in high places, without egard te Spersons or p es.. Next to the spt Rev. J. MorYxIHAx. rights of all men, it will espeially cham. . T. J. )};MIYf pion the temporal rights of the poor. ST. J. SMrnl, C. -' . SH. GxZBUN, C. SS. R. AppresIa of I. ee k. Anl T. G O, We approve of the aores unde. MCCTYc. rn . taking, and commend it to the Catholle oommunicationsar to be addressed to the of J DS II t J. . A~o~nlsfloe o·#wOt" u N. -offlerornin...

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. — 22 September 1872

. J1,A a > Q ? .rkr ig 4, , t *'. " . a " : . , . r ` º4 I a. - 1 t e rc -u ' .a n *yr .9'g'et+`Jtjflwi a rp w -l as ".idaw4 r . .L frrR et f.el t : r Ir .4el ,/ ` "' . - n t ik Leant. Oohkuie Py~ dea C~eur ~qK. dLJ t. afeat' fect.. a ý . r3h Drcra o tbsei CoPP i 1* K " 1r:r . * a t C aAx cb i ih 1 . J1 c r o , O '. dv .r... 0 RAr MO"". - r "pt 141 ArchbSishop N~. J~. ý w a ~ A . oila, G. R MOD',t-1+ * G,3UOCULS. '.r:· * StioCie'h adrYU'4o the tte 'ha ( 4J it .. ,; f r "r t-+^r+ irý '` ý ý . . + " -r, tý r .., ,»ºr ' if Itib~yts AcE...B A*th~ 1hdo T .M**t 9a . a r .Ttk·L~· C~IO FMw m .imb ..eet . 1nW ORS't', .I)A MRN. 22, lý1ý, rl7t0b. till'Atlonesr~ i ~e foeearPS: . t"A r x". ,t 've ", ,r, e.r i.xy e r .. 0091t 229 070 Vol y~C ;· tT - A''·,~ " '" ý V RLAN, UMAYMON ' ^ý - - ----. =: :- r = -. --".--- f w the thb~ow e}S- Alino in the 4w~~ Ah.QabhI.V 'L--_UILEt_1ý..::wra ... e I Na.. -hia~ a ada.Aslibl.; or to heUel oee tnd m1eý i& Ing Star and c Messe.gter. Hops OELUAN, SUNDAY...

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. — 22 September 1872

md 'm Caasthk * - -* FLORINE, momes . Or aUROUNDYov . Sma.s or 22 rmMa onSADNIs., an w"L.MU mPURAD MAC ABC . IO sasai.j caam. TL-Tie Rened. . aia mthew }eda ap in down the apart e4ws tS hie ** stY :I waheset l 11 Me+ OfT whet- em - a aI 1, ts the.les of my immortal , whe as it shel lo bul k a~epr eonl Jiege a[ d iS I.ratho this " f span of te- m.e tler, and tims taoad - lsh. J.-- a ber, t mam-al t.o at e ot--rar tstl "ladf t6a. I gnedt Lt-mee oma) eem ~a I eam w a ser lao elese " _ %ýtwwThyir . .Ti ywas mrt gaei t what that f wit Mee dlist thka.waF thy s ,oal hom 1 ! I Thbe didr wlva ýeIb *Me to hel h than thru t in horl *Thee wdti the oes weae th wife tr'e hI smel t winLe ,and she with th-4tb sei · Mthleiart theot hlt Teilto A so sometlng a se rali t l y per "Thou -bet btd b~it--Sat Is. ekou asnhb he tt mesem s to hielent t oo tr, wi esw·w fo.r th e :Ia · ath s ae . watsta er- ad she a wth " to tto esp the m- rderer i tk de l most be thi ae hen 'Ge s To l toi e rthe eiso...

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. — 22 September 1872

-e,>, r .-. .. ii .. S-t . . . to erstii oee _ e dt .e s 6 s-he INS Sbthe which ony neto no hbowo * ab thehyre , ilbre re ta2e1 e"ne e ""e *idety- '"7 lasa hi criticism tCi wblow esini _doeys an we foi lot that Joe s lwo .., be swit' ern Mfor aonym baseqtitsnr sae. i i er ae aetee: o ; ;ss e..o -o oulr yoea pleoald y es, uises .rie stis dawn .a to am - .s lnre-ekeer - as,o r u aininead , ,-ihnI as .tor b- ntrm f e SAnP"er tnetae m we sn tAsNtheubs eles usul- to. 6tookaa t atkYL-Gn a, at es Sto r isptaabre et w as depriY " e h of ther f ý owi , wCath euo - rstd. 0e sda h e la4 e Ien " We i , t s otk adth e vinsee dm t'e. wi whebelst st of teDstrb *As Toub rtt ou mli RA whm sass ea dra eft sad smpalee son b giss ta Stor a st I". . as ab teidskea o toh tmL diprtes Iur orf es In y a,, u4 of .to m4le pewowtou-In cataerne eeKil be* t a lsmree he. eo to hl yl d- b west ". te ea  f -ames sboev tid an eb u o tlfe r wiher. heasist in Cshel blion m -loe eah a et bersad at I M...

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. — 22 September 1872

No ,bg Starnd Catholic Messenger. " .IQj Mat SMohl' i'-ad.e , 1 ta".. i-" " sleas, , a  , h~,.. . ... - b a n d pRar .B(an, ye8ar) --- -. s --. A-l .... 0e , a . Jaerlssof o 2950 his the > o ldemrtion of the toun p"i" A.D l .no - recre O t. Ptric church t Januar where Mr. M.J. Karagha, Presidet of theG •-rner of Commop and Derbigy streets. It woTs of great, importance requiring immdi-r, Sart: wro Mr. W. ni rand m 4as meeting last pseira antlis elty, a.d we b.ieve that,- wi te elry lat 6 oexerti o i ebach member can s ehi sIed is briiag eTRs; C ae recruit with him. art Halh on1e atbde t street. Alie members a c -e requ.sted to be puottal in atnd whee te like tteq. oe of rtaime dirill beof thi -pet, thas e considefrtionm Ro. tea. b . D:0 of this s1itya letter a0l at; ohester N. Y., on 're 1ith inet., and from' which we of and Per t mie to makes few notes: Father.DaltF, Salreadyll u k and grea fl beloved, notue en y by his . wn parts oners of ort. Ais the Cath, but by all-the Ca...

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. — 22 September 1872

- " . --- -" -- I -lug OWB, 1814 -wl beaillU. IUl Ioeks Church. Immelastely after the MaseL, t To DempvaP1U be, eqa I p4ering for t many bleesings accorded to the parlahon- t by Almighty God. The work of plainting , - beholding the at . - ather Allen has now- t"ta to t th $ ae provemeat;s fer&iWa t9 I anod the eeriee Mil is id to be selebtoa aabast _l am*t * The three r T Ia It I o fr, - peS i dt .• tae iah utu anyla te the dsWo I t b -sese OeOt ethe -. _ e, thoib' hI.. SMlbt 'w ao i t ae  in isJar nuitut, lecture to be delaeered about the ee a by that mel tlenItesn aoFart Tthe.Te and its Chambi. i Wefrom aJdll wo tnt i 1 Caral iagtnisaea go JaurflCduuuiun. e WOW plee anti 1>ýaTnigbt,84b;. will be a eeaeert. dite·Ieib- L*, newald and Mr. G. Colligf t, ' well bnow hi. musiucal talent. and ae orgkhnth at the eult's Church. We promiee all who attend a muelcal ttqat. .ST. MA=T a1 Ta A Sat y Svenipg at ? o'elook there is Denedletion the Most Blessed Sarameont at the above cac...

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. — 22 September 1872

ISwaim. i,tur a m el -.mass SoYSs WPM hw a ý "o . jna. tnh t .,, . o ,f « hav ý ' . tot-,.. t tirr St. s u o w eto leswr hatt-Mem- t b" fume.Them tdetlt a Sparty of Ache. who are clamorin m wa~y: easese than ovr for the total sapresiea r Te Jet m. ity ofi the eitleti etin E t h a p eew aveed to le aveor oblf the t ohal f the inform h ation re m Irthem The resengt bm r isedaig whloh thee who serlwos to be put dwn a one ated the thonseeiaef of the aever. Two bands ih tle provaed St. one soe b terba,. snd the atthoereti enm wdessinalot i them. Not only the th bt likewise in the orth of Italy t a week vpars nwithout some acou- o sia o similr nthre.of the Yesteay the H olsU Fothers, wil be * g. aa. "t awey The eat majorityo of the elections in te r. Ap v re have my offeringavor of the et a o#lt o to r 8tinfor praston re as betdes `lr ue On f lets +ea eleýth ofthem their Enarength SRbIAn iSAGE. - S lndeg ddwhich used, iwayl wto be put dew , as one of the onsequences of the Papal G...

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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