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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 19 September 1829

THE JESUIT CATHOLIC OR SENTINEL. a =S4S^jfe±!!! < l!|±ir?.iy CT rR ° N °“' 5 ’ «' S «« F COD DE FOR 'V„Q ~ AOAIX-T ' VOL. I. SEPTEMBER 19, 1829. jvo. in. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every { Sa'uday,) by S. CONDON & P. B. EATON, for the Proprietors, at 83 per annum, in advance.—All Communications must be post paid , and directed to the Editors of the “ Jesuit,” Boston, Mass. The object is to explain, diffuse and defend the Principles of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. *** Office No. ,4, State-Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTO2T, SEPTEMBER 19, 1823.

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ON TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 19 September 1829

ON TRUTH. V* CONTINUED FROM NO 2—PAGE 3. * # * hat a range of analysis is presented to ns from the elementary notions to the most intricate problems of algebra; from the selfevident propositions I exist, I feci, I think, to the most sublime speculations of the human intellect ? How numerous are the intermediate propositions and arguments ! The entire may be compared to an unknown road, | which a man must travel by night; but if from the moment of his departure, he meets with lighted torches at certain intervals, so that the first would help him on to the second and this to the third, and thus progressively, he would eventually arrive at his destination. J?o it is in relation to well connected arguments. Each proposition impresses its character of light on the mind which follows without interruption the line that the interior impulse of truth suggests, and which finally conducts it to the truth in question. As to the senses, >ve allow that the eye and ear may be the causes...

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EMISSIONS OF PARAGUAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 19 September 1829

EMISSIONS OF PARAGUAY. [gd-CONTIIfCED FROM NO. 2. —PAGE 3.=£s Christian Republic—Happiness of the Indians. The first Savages who complied with the exhortations of the Jesuits were the Guarinis, a tribe scattered along the rivers Paranapane, Pirape, and Uruguay. They formed a large village under the direction of I* athers Maceta and Cataldino, whose names it is but just to preserve among those of the benefactors of mankind. This village was called Loretto, and in the sequel, as other Indian churches were successively established, they were all comprehended under the general name of Reductions. In a few years their number amounted to thirty, and they collectively composed that celebrated Christian commonwealth, which seemed to be a relic of antiquity discovered in the New World. '1 hey confirmed before our eyes, that great truth known to Greece and Rome, that with religion and not with the abstract principles of philosophy, men are to be civilized and empires founded. Each village was...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 19 September 1829

Having completed in this day’s Number , what we had to say, in the course we proposed to ourselves, on the subject of the Holy Scripture it will not be unacceptable to our readers to peruse the sentiments of the great, the immortal Fenelon, Archbishop of Cambray, on the same subject which we have commenced in this Number. Ibis truly eminent and pious man, one ot the greatest Bishops that France ever had, and so deservedly esteemed by Protestants themselves, who with the most perfect zeal and piety, blended equal wisdom and learning, fully ex- plains, in a letter to the Bishop of Arras, the Principles of the Catholic Church, on the reading of the Holy Scriptures in the Vulgar tongue.—He represents it as a dangerous prejudice, and too much approximating to those of Protestants, to believe that Christians cannot be solidly instructed in all the truths of Religion, without reading the Holy Scriptures. There were even of the Faithful, in the time of the Apostles, amidst barbarians, innum...

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FENELON’S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 19 September 1829

FENELON’S LETTER. A Letter of the celebrated Fenelon, the venerable Archbishop of Cambray, On the Reading of the Holy Scriptures ; addressed to the Bishop of Arras. My Lord—Since it is your wish to have my opinion as to the propriety of the Laity reading the Scriptures, I shall give it with that veneration and respect which are due to you. I consider it to be altogether a useless and unnecessary task, to undertake to prove in our days, a fact already acknowledged, viz : that the Laity were in the habit of reading the Scriptures in the first ages of the Church; to be assured of this, we have only to refer to the writings of St. Chrysostom ; he expresses (in his Preface on St. Paul’s Epis. to the Romans) his deep regret that the Faithful understood not St. Paul as they should; and that some of them were so ignorant as not to know even the number of his Epistles; this deficiency, he says, arose from the neglect of applying themselves assiduously to the study of them ; he adds that, the...

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THE TRUE CHURCH, OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 19 September 1829

THE TRUE CHURCH, OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURE. Jtj-CONTINUED FROM NO. 2.—PAGE 7.-£$ Gth Question —Why has God wished the Scripture to be obscure 1 1. Various reasons may be assigned ; the three following are the principal; — First, that due order may be observed between the Masters and their Disciples, and between the Shepherd and their Sheep : which could not be observed, if the Scripture were so clear that all might equally understand it. (Eph, 4. 11. and 1. Corinth. 12 29.) Second, that the Authority and Majesty of the Scripture may be greater, which would not be so held in such high esteem, if it were clear and obvious to all, even to Infidels. (Math. 7. 6.) Give not that which is Holy to Dogs; neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest perhaps they trample them under their fed. — Third reason, that there may be no occason of pride afforded us, which would certainly be the case, if we should think that the most profound Mysteries of Faith could be easily understood by us. This occa...

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CONVERSION OF A FRENCH INFIDEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 19 September 1829

CONVERSION OF A FRENCH INFIDEL. Edifying Death and remarkable discourse of an Infidel Philosopher of the last Century—serving as a Counterpart to the dying scene of the impious and truly wretched Voltaire. We find in a New Work called : “ Mj recollections daring twenty years residence at Berlin, or, Frederick the Great," written bv M. Thibault, the brief account of the Death of Toussaint, a Philosopher but too well known by the pernicious doctrine which appears in bis waitings, particularly in his Book of Manners. His death would be still more astonishing, bad w'e not already read of many of the like, even among the courtiers of Frederick, and especially that of the Marquis of Argons. But this bears so striking a degree of authenticity, that from the character and tone of the Work, the author is free from the imputation of falsehood, for he speaks to us as a witness, and calling himself an enemy of every party, he declares, that he could not observe too much simplicity in his narrat...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 19 September 1829

POETRY. From the Six First Verses of the ]37 th Psalm. On the rivers of Babel we sat in our woe. And all mournful we wept o’er the infidel u „ve- \\ e co-mingled our tears with the waters, below, So far from the country which Jordan doth lave. They were tears of rememb’rance, for Sion our home Rush'd sweet on our souls, and forbade their repose;’ It awaken’d a sigh that our countrymen’s tomb. Thus unhallow’d should rise in the land of the foes Our harps in deep silence were carelessly hung On the willows which shaded the dark rolling tide; The high strains of joy long had slept on our tongue. Since the day when we left the fair land of our pride. But the spoilers of Salem, who tore us away From the sweets and the joys of our own "native land. Oft demanded the high-sounding notes of our lay. While around us assembled, their infidel band. “Haste, haste, the bright harps of your melody string, Raise tbo song which in Sion was wont to resound; The smooth-flowing numbers of minttrelsy si...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 19 September 1829

MARRIAGES. Married on the 13th inst. in the Church or the Holy Cross, in this city, Mr. Muhtadgh Me Carty to iviiss Elizabeth Farr el. On the 1 5th mst. Mr. Daniel Leary to Miss Mary Nines.

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 19 September 1829

OBITUARY. Died ia this city, on the 13th in.t. Mrs. Sarah Cosgrove, aged 34 years. On the 13th instant, Mr. Barnabas Donolen, aged 22 years. On the 15th inst. at Canton, Mass. Mr. James Gafney, aged 43 years. J ’ inst - at £ owell . Mass. Mrs. Ann Campbell, aged 23 years. May they Rest in Peace —Amen.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 26 September 1829

THE JESUIT CATHOLIC SENTINEL. E.’ i 08Og ygv. Tis xa6' yav SI DEUS PRO NOBIS, ftBIS CONTRA NOS ?—IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US 1 KOM. v,II. XXXI. VOL. I. BOSTOJN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1820. ISO. IV, The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday ,) by S. CONDON &F. B. EATON, for the Proprietors, at S3 per annum, in advance.—All Communications must be post paid, and directed to the Editors of the “Jesuit,” Boston, Mass. The object is to explain, diffuse and defend the Principles of the Oke, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. *** Office No. 14, State-Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, SEPTEMBER 26, 1829.

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THE CAUSES OF OUR ERRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 26 September 1829

THE CAUSES OF OUR ERRORS. Truth is the primary want, as it is the pri- I mary desire of man What can equal truth | in Religion, which in communicating to us, j sublime ideas and noble conceptions of the | Hi vinity, teaches us to offer up a suitable tribute | of homage to Him 1 How interesting is truth j in Morals, which traces out the line of duty for every condition in life, without rigour or I human respect ! How important is truth in Politics, which by inspiring the Ruler with i justice, and the subject with due submission, rescues Government from the licentious passions of the multitude, and the multitude from the tyranny of Government ! How salutary is truth on the Judgment-seat, which withers guilt, reanimates innocence, and causes Jus-! tice to triumph ! How necessary is truth in Education, which establishes a happy concord between precept and practice, and impresses 1 on the mind that the Professor is equally the ! model and master of infancy and youth ! How j desirable is ...

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THE MISSIONS OF CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 26 September 1829

THE MISSIONS OF CHINA. Two Monks of the order of St. Francis, the one a Pole, the other a Frenchman by birth, were the first Europeans who penetrated into China, about the middle of the twelfth century. It was afterwards visited at two different times by Marco Paolo, a Venetian, and his kinsmen Nicholas and Matthew Paolo. The Portuguese having discovered the passage by sea to India, formed a settlement at Macao ; and Father Ricci, a Jesuit, resolved to penetrate into the vast empire of Cathay, concerning which so many extraordinary things were related. He first applied himself to the study of the Chinese language, one of the most difficult in the world. His ardour vanquished every obstacle, and after many dangers and repeated refusals, he, in IGB2, obtained permission of the Chinese magistrate to reside at Chouachen. Ricci, who was a pupil of Cluvius, and was himself well versed in the mathematics, by means of this science gained patrons among the Mandarins, He relinquished the dres...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 26 September 1829

The Right Rev. Dr. Fenwick left Boston on Tuesday morning last, on his way to Baltimore, where all the Roman Catholic Bishops of the United States are to convene on the Ist of October in a full, Provincial Synod. The Archiepiscopal City will then see within her precincts, the representative as well as real and concentrated light, talent, zeal, worth and piety of the immense Catholic family, spread throughout the Union. This Venerable and Illustrious Hierarchy of the Apostolic Church in Republican America, will occupy their respective Seats in full Pontifical Costume, and open their important Session in strict conformity with the usages of the Roman Catholic Church, time immemorial, by the Invocation of the Holy Ghost, the Father of Light; supplicating Him, the Author of every good and perfect gift, that he would shower down his Heavenly Grace, his manifold Spirit upon them, and conduct them into all truth in their deliberations about the prosperity and diffusion of that Church, whic...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC ACADEMY [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 26 September 1829

ROMAN CATHOLIC ACADEMY {Underneath the Roman Catholic Church,) FRANKLIN STREET, BOSTON. This Institution, which consists of Two Departments, is subject to the government of the Right Rev. Bishop Fenwick and his Clergy. An Examination took place in each of the Departments, on the loth of this month, and afforded much satisfaction. The manner in which the various Classes acquitted themselves, evidently showed the competency of the Teachers, and the progress which the Pupils have made. The Order and Discipline of this Establishment are truly salutary. The disposition of eacli Pupil is studied as far as practicable, and when mild means prove abortive, recourse is then had to coercion. The destructive notions of illregulated liberty, with which imprudent parents, in their overweening affection, fill the minds of their children, are here suppressed, j In this Academy, Liberty signifies a conscientious submission of the scholar to the Laws, a most respectful deference to the constituted Au...

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EXAMINATION OF THE CATHOLIC SUNDAY SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 26 September 1829

EXAMINATION OF THE CATHOLIC SUNDAY SCHOOLS. LOCATED UNDER THE CHURCH OF HOLY CROSS, Franklin Street, Boston. On Sunday last, an Examination of the abovementioned Schools took place before the Right Rev. Dr. Fenwick and several of his clergy. The average number of the Pupils may be fairly estimated to be about FIVE HUNDRED. The decent appearance, respectful conduct, and icady answers of the Children afforded unqualified pleasure. Too much credit cannot be given to the Teachers of these important Nurseries of morality, piety and catholic orthodoxy, for their laudable, their Christian efforts in imparting the solid blessings of a Religious Education to such “ little children.” Several badges of distinction were distributed among the most meritorious. In Charlestown there are two catholic day schools, which count a little upwards ol | seventy pupils. In East Cambridge also there is a catholic school, which numbers fifty scholars Great attention is paid to Religious Instmcr tion. The Pup...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 26 September 1829

The following letter will be found highly interesting. We request that the reader will carefully study so masterly a production. It conies from a Protestant Clergyman, named Laval, Former Minister of Conde-Sur-Noireau, in France. He had been or several years employed in teaching the Doctrine of the Reformation; hut, as he himself confesses, he vainly sought in it, that repose of conscience, which cannot be found out of the way of Salvation. Racked by feelings of the most poignant nature; seeing the palpable c ontradictions, absurdities and impiety, to which such a Doctrine led; disgusted with the nonsensical and disorganizing tendency of the Private Interpretation of the Bible; lamenting the sad and desolating effects, which that Principle had already produced in Lngland, Switzerland and Germany, he had recourse to his Saviour God by humble prayer.—He saw that the Roman Catholic C hurch alone was blessed with consistency; that she alone came under the characteristic definition of th...

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LETTER OP MR. LAVAL, FORMER PASTOR OF CONDE-SUR-NOIREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 26 September 1829

LETTER OP MR. LAVAL, FORMER PASTOR OF CONDE-SUR-NOIREAU. He who addresses you, my Brethren, was brought up as you have been, in the bosom of Protestantism, and commissioned for many years to instruct you, lias sought in vain for that repose of conscience which cannot be found out of the way of Salvation. Convinced, that an indifference for the true faith is, in reality, but a contempt for God himself, he could never find peace so long as he was uncertain of possessing that faith; but the more sensibly he felt the want of knowing it, the more disconsolate he was to find in Protestantism, an uncertainty without end. He applied to reason, but reason, left to itself, wandered from doubt to doubt: he had recourse to the Bible, but this divine book could no longer anchor his faith, because reason, weak and wavering in itself, was his only interpreter. He, unhappy not to find in his own judgment a certain rule of faith, sought it elsewhere ; Protestantism presented on every side but a frig...

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FENELOU’S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 26 September 1829

FENELOU’S LETTER. *** CONTINUED FROM NO 3 PAGE 20. This would be a dangerous prejudice and bordering too much on that of Protestants, who imagine, that Christians cannot he solidly instructed in all the Truths of Religion, unless they read the Holy Scriptures. St. Iremeus held a very different opinion from this, when he said, what then! if the Apostles had not left us the Scriptures, in such case, would it not be necessary to follow the order of Tradition deposited in the hands of those, to whom they committed the Care of the Church ? Many Barbarous Nations, who embraced the faith in Jesus Christ, followed that order, preserving without the aid of the Scriptures the Divine Truths which were written in their hearts by the Holy Ghost, and they believed by the means of ancient Tradition, Jesus Christ the Son of God, was God himself, the Creator of Heaven and Earth, and of all things therein contained. These men, who embraced without the help of Scripture, that faith, although they were...

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THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAP. II. OF TRADITION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 26 September 1829

THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAP. II. OF TRADITION. §C|“CONTINOED FROM NO. 3.—PAGE 24.-g$ 1. An important question, whether, besides the Scripture, there should be any Tradition admitted, possessing equal authority with that of the Scripture. Or, as some propose the question : whether, besides the written word of God, there is any word of God, not written, but delivered. We shall state, First, What are the sentiments of Catholics. Second, What are those of their adversaries. Accordingly, the Traditions which the Catholics admit, are principally tw r o-fold: those of the Old, and those of the New-Testament. Concerning both of which we shall now treat. 2. The Traditions of the Old Testament were either Pharisaical, which Christ in the Gospel reprehends: Or, Mosaical, which were commendable and necessary to salvation. Of the former kind were these, First, That of the Washing of Hands before eating. Matth. 15, 1. Second, The frequent repetition of this Washing while eating, Mark. 7. 3. Third, Not ...

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