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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 23 February 1868

detect that error-a little foes lght nut re cognise the final riesuilt. - - Protestantism rqjectse portdr of Iteve Slation. That i iits)rror;-. Its rejection of part will logically result in the rejection of the whole. That wail be its destruction. When Protestantism arose, nearly. the whole of civilized Europe ras Catholic. The Church had finally triumphed over Pa ganism,- and-expelled--Malommedanism. The nations were-Chistian 7 ýeeP-ofpe was respected as the Father of-all the faith fal. The arts and sciences flouidihed;'1i. ' (e ag bad revived; slavery had almost disap peared; royal power had been greatly cir cumacribedl, and popular liberity enlarged. An era of general peace and prosperity appeared to have dawned. But there is always a latent discontent in t the human heart, and prosperity generally c kes it more exacting, Monarchs were imp ient -of-the restraint exercised over .tithemif the benefit of the people. Philos- 1 _ ophera.w impatient.of-the control whie Faith_exertx ve...

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. — 23 February 1868

02Um9 0 WAX AWD' CTEDIJC S riW ORI.,A3s, SUmDA - i, B f 1s;.eea cATNUO .vmca*Ow e.0 Not long since our a tion was called to an awticle in aM odist paper iz ihis 4 city, bitterly eo aiing-of the preference shown by Pro stant parents and guardians Sto Cathol ducational establishments. If we re ect arightthe complainant resided at asfeld, Iouisiana, and was the prn i ofca school there-whiclb although he -enjoyed the ofliuiil indorsement of the de nomination-to-whiict-ho--blongedrand-had a 15. D. appended to his name, still Meth odists were found who had the bad taste and ill-judgment to send their children 'and wards to -~atlholic schools and -cotnvents. The- Th editor of the paper alluded to, in refer ring o his correspondent's statement, used the sti'outgnt.-.biguge-ideprecating what he cialled the perverse course of his co-peli gionists,_in- yatronizing l'opish schools, while suiih establishments as his correspond ent's wetri accessible, that Protestants , bored under an illusion ...

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. — 23 February 1868

The number of CGthollo journals nub lisheidInItiy . si38: dsly, ~ w , There are in .L.ve ool s.useighteen sevst).-queprfest. . The Pehat s year dent to the Queen of 9 a loa the golden rose, blessed TheIn koa. a4*'C-lmd w weeney , re evehty-_two eatelo rh od _hpel as 4eed aone h unrea t hre Day The. renh ofvrthmeneteor th h the ..t.rvin .. _. ,r  r, . .il r e t lfeý ..ia4 of the ie herrsde Moray i e.,mved th seve aly-two C Pthtilio.arcne and chap, asre bon en she was lh aed, agnd ad. The tietan of.ea Te" othc t-t h e- mepe-s Pet nenr's- --+To y s nephew andheir, the Duke d Che-li The .Arehblsho of Algeria eayh-aa 100,000 people have died of starvation in trtenc Gortnitn t or the reiefar of the - athe Canohenio se Asw- lioe and teadne1 MIarZa, a most holy-snd zealous d ( fu evriae, hapoivejustbeen co.s nd ede yeartis i the gal eysmr a~ gaprea -cfed against the 1'testantpropiganda- arletta. Ten othertholics, laymeno f ye been~hi sant fricet to the same pnoiapnoent.or having.n tuh...

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. — 23 February 1868

NWRINO STS AA LW XamUZ u. NNW ORIL Al- YNA pEBRUARY f. 1864. TO TS MED3M OF A Lamented friend, departed shade, May angearguard thy place of ree May choicest flowers e lightly laid,. -- To weep'the inoense o'er thy To mourn the hand, now still and cold, That foetered them with tender c.a That loved to watch their buds unfold, And shed sweet fragrance on thD~Aa, Ahb ! bghted flower, pure, generous heart, Ssad to see thee fadeX -153 U To see tlyweary soul depart ' From Itebroken vase, itshouse of clay. aut a happlerýlime in realms of light, Where blooming lwers that never die, Will greet thy spirit it/tight, . And strew thy path bey d sky; Thou art gone, and yet I gam afar, As if to see thy form again ; I seek thy spirit in eaoe star, - .- _ant-aeekmy ithul friend In viae. Thou art gope st rev s the cold, cold grave Is closed o'er the friend I loved so well; Gone forever to .imn who gave Thee, and ba taken thee, Farewell! Airr . The Lor ieutenant has ap pointed Sir oey and Walter...

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. — 1 March 1868

-. .-. '-w- -- - h . .~ It·~ i 1OLT .Qj. ¶ff .. rh. ___~f -, ' j 7' , .. . iii r..", i:.ý ý ýf- .ý * . ... ý ~j ' --------------~--- - ~I- K' Y.ý. , ".f' r . -. -. - 11SOF4600D THINO6SI 1zVOLmJ ME 'OLRIkNS PUIAT MO'; 1 N DE *wm:*Ae ?u, j1. n I _____ . I -- I .-- 3 wiLtAhqir spelseaahshe SheIs 6en-tsdar dahaesi Raianms g*t es sstdy, ia s. v.Iglt a ... SWeb .Dtest fa"e to sta .. .st U et. tq . ·-.y ah.  ent.e s ~alsy .. asadtis to .se tbaahs whis, Winsnia Igre em aln aroud her h. o·(h.r m .ll . iag, swest Aaale, bethy Mashes, cased b.faing pul eand high i Thea ababwstJijey of girlhood ] S lagsMr gLaw as yeas pass by! I -trhy heertalsllly'y Just as sp shiwhitwIs, and fairI -sadi-g up its Incease da-. Then dPy lib hall wat a frgranc Liks therowes, f*and wide, . Tin thyselmbali lom, sweet Annie. - la the oourtl wem eangels bide! I ds.mmr Gmoie rl, ,ass,, rlr. (Written far the-Mnmlag8tar.) `ELLEN FITZGERALD. BY MRS. S. B. .LDEn. S *C everezntly dediatetd sthe Mary of Dr. 3.D. W. C T...

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. — 1 March 1868

> nO e WEAN AIM CATs t e wss Col For many months past we have hesti aflans sant the cur-a pat young lady,.a novice in the eat of the Sacred Heart, Grand Cotau, Pe hav now been favore,Cb-i p i-etco, the taining all the dra*n by iRev. ma F. Benausse, S. J. with the I approbation of the t Rev. Archbishop. Thiasniiesct,_Miss Miay Wilson, a postui in the Convent of the Ladies of the Sfl r Heart, was bor of -Protestant -pa iis, rng brought up a Presbyterian, an e a the Catholic at the age of ighee - let The accuracy and saru oup care with tie which matters ofJhi ijd are investigated up by,,the Chureh is . known. In this in- bei ame the r op authorised the closest i scrihtiny, t bf depositions, etc., and ho thltresult is the pamphlet- "-Ao-~in"-be- the fore-ii. No person can rls from the perusal mi of this brehure without being convinced ter that the inquiry was conducted with we the strictest regard tot-he rles of evidence, candor, and the application of those tfests which scientifi...

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. — 1 March 1868

' Io. -the e.ca u]rnno im d b"o :l:ui4Mf ~ ,-::, ha -_r_,- _i. 'l w-s, eraek the wuomn, o n b ad man li-Mbi emoT 1ii Gf e fe . "Wes--I as hasked, o 1b hOe r the -mss t th"I o , i at.FheGor nd SuidhIa orw wa o atisei biat tori l "T esstn sGod rIeveled 1A baef r " Yce---I Iee houri-ah waiset te twl oW ta lidert woar n " ' Te a o m you ,i_'d mierna . o o' _i.t' oui t s th rersol,. ,o o m ·dis, asuted, SQiI d. t4 sme .dogf, which wyas imma;terdi-wntied t : osem omabate doso we a.hIft Gowaeav aine "Bhise gid, hof.-ods toerw emd 4ath ato man. "Ias noaaimanae the t het a I h shulthr e eThemedmye Hsuos band-he is dying."' p,dI wars eatir to see-hims-lI . ram thep' "p tae " shrieked the wo as if the ee dO stood rgvealed beforer. "Yea-I am priest, come all the way froa -Toronto to see him; as hO wished me. to do, " was the - ietrjointder. sThen you may go asyo came- for no pre iest will cro this ho ii  n kelp it, no matter whotwnts weas him;" and saying-this, the mistress f the hous...

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. — 1 March 1868

X91e. aew rekMe Tdselta. itg 1r.. Tllir esote o n t es -emm Veay Rev. N. ae ta G.a e-nr y 1eeded a - - .T. T. Uion, O.-AM, evY J.M3AR rC. Us E. Sata , ;]fu..a r. Z: Lacy,. - All omn Parieat are- hal te. rtilte to! Ihacle alndt oo td hJ of1 P-rra .r s mor , tl apet, il, uien Afir en an d t hle ·ca onlybe oas f---ne- eih aIpl -sha o h e Tow ae , dn. hiabove nake l thelbetret /All usine s arhres of dvertissments to se oluhlde "- s t et pemal linoe, uach lsbertlase / All trassient adresrtlments e p id r infor I ad A advertlobeat net matrked ay pecied atha batnlt wrill be par bho d 'ix timee and otarged NEW ORLEANSBr, SNDA, MARCH 1, liert I e m Dr O sa ubsof r Snaly ......r Mach -Fet Sa fit L ouLedt. Monday. ....March 5-kSt. Si nU- e t ate tle a 4-& h ei o, seadt o oet shMarch -41.ism eeht.oPevet Fidhat e a....rct m e r ý Sper and TSaturdy ....Marh 7-5 PkaaA Drr. odeeables Ca theast.l se thfe sdar m onse at tof heePhea n edhayelo conadyence to o not Sunday - of e t, ai tae te ...

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. — 1 March 1868

Oneoaf arta onem of do meet . 4` stobý_ _ INS, . ,, tb pri naiplly wrhbt., a ed.n ea pseo pit tions. Trawvlers tell q51 n-in tcounties of Fte t o te _a, ther- inadeted Mtle littleinegro a.ie b.ut , . saoearace of ' t ! S The tid" eiostlof owever, that hat been-gorpidginto Te since the war is the most conclusive, that our latitude is not repellant tot'he white .ace, ai that whitq "i.ai eS pn.e among us undertper~iAb ee. Itistruetbat beore the war ft was repelled by the presence of larery, and' tlast iow politiead olics -tions still rIgten it away, n at Upon the disappearanee of that obstacle, we may reasonably expect to seeour countryit with a in te steadily iew dpls ats", jne duction, and prosperijy. Wst - tes et do re"" r t ih t hav e-s i the n sp4 tatuissdtdký tae. . I mated and Wmunge "ng t , t Om iyk iot -semid lpartirlly r1esete$ 'fb reo .i sobering itsoe t m reule. ne -e i'a in. I other city, of the Unitgd States doe i custom prevail to paintl4RgUk.te -q, t it known here....

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. — 1 March 1868

vs C PQ -sA~t rtt e meetr S of e ph liih emy, Dr. FPrser otes on porielin of. seals & in . durines r en- t turY. Theie seals on them cse th S haadteysof he time- oaauu o th lived nine centuries B O.; d 3t 'was )iei4 'by dome that theysd n intro dued by Phoenician merchants. raser w did not agree In this view. He bel ed tai those found in Ireland were not an earlier date than the iiurteentheientury Mr. Clibborn stated that a lady visited ,is t academ some time ago, and on seeing e some of these sial in the muaeun, he- a ressed surprise that Chinese seem should Ir eexhibited here. She produced twelve of them and said her ancestors, who were b Chiliee traders here, were in the habit of making presents of the eeals to their eus tbmers in Ireland at Cbristmas. They were Y used as wafer seals. After a brief discus- 4 sien the paper was referred to the council h A Swwr An Sows Arrru.--Capt. a*n jamin Allen, of Greene, Me.. raisesin his orchard a variety of ale wch a great omoi l C i ...

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. — 1 March 1868

Divipe Providence ia . 4hat promised nothing iUt disaster a nd a motlier'a, lov+e me is remiaded of St, +-A It we-a, in the" -a aalP o Viean en an era gn-)Ibveabr, ly z I 4ýY r dt of}n ý  % e ther e a i face'' 4 oa i e was n attntlng iho eined lace vehibaa , us bed o rante golden ar dPa{ blsk drea coveret. t~er , uit ldyi thre ; oert psa d there wa e anh reh. ,sof y chat notes frtla iano w receive a co fees by--Hummnel with a Won Irousi er. Thw e lare audience did not iathel embarrass mim but ono hae on. __KF, w The ontrary ite ap - sman teady and tthe skl oi herAl hia ih stm .liner Wa n, then, o e w r t rere a coeto B ooder fair.lady tremble and breathe so yth She-heard the applause the boy ree ljoswhen he sat down again by his father's sieh for ashort restl i wiThe pretty little lad athe w-hite satin dr and terosean her hai whewas now e a fe trem.lo, did not receive a isin gleancefrom th ose i large eyes with the -ddr e-laiwrs they were all the time with the alouto tic moal...

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. — 1 March 1868

m SPU uIWA PAuOUCs Sunama s .T alonnEOD. fa - a ,- 3? GURAID O.IISl3· |Jo a:fjrrb e seho s iba4s ndLr twevr my bo so"m wt, rear I p diet Spr the foo{l ofAe at ,i athrn flke apon me, . sudde opn ay That ee in the Nbar whoen sjoynnt u keenme, _:. lyhsp shold s~andg moo, I Athe onie ren mo t oh ee the e oe t bad eoano, ya tJL owT y O _OUO _ other, B iart dlrp ,er te marlvue·ran er he sir blooed Iut sh to ta tmoment whebe o'er hm srigh, ] ,-. a wed a i ts b tero g the li s$ht o J t hy -o And ywhon ara o o ewith apsweet }o - For to ed l the footfall ot at a Wuth Iths hlin a eo we. ollpode di Hie looked - se ./-. "et f m ti If t And thouoboold'ot Ire an to rononbormylove Cone aet the tatb whoa the atuftlica upon me Lis down 'That a.. s po~ae awpin, ie And igh, ar apsnt da-Waklng ,fa - By the amiss ye hove loyhd- by the -worldye hove td tAstes'on. own udoe-that hbqdl asoth all: tl By tha. helm ye have poured en oa pirt h broken, _ And oh by the pain yo gae sweeter thn a, t) Doat ...

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. — 8 March 1868

- ý'ýýýr ..ýºý- ýýý ý ý. rýýý ýý , ,. ýi rýil:-Jki- ý ý --. - - 41, - ·fb :fr.' ý," _- _ Cat - -s.-. :...ý 'F. f .,- ' F "r J \ _ ...., 1 ?uUsm `4ru1i7"OW.BEAIJTJOL AR" THE W OF THEE TELT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS I" Tarma-roar Doiar. in~a £#MS5.- VOLUM Jý X1I 0 EN~S, ,S WY XORN I;,ARCHJ 8, 18681 - -.- NUMBER 5, xaourie 4s3rAla oATmo 3 e t OBLEA.N6 SUNDAY, MAucw a, iq& rtxnsaY_L . B. ELDER. itverently detlicated tohMem of Dr. N. D. W. CHAPTER IV-CONT IhTED. S Oh, h'ow the words struck cold and terri fying upon ier heart! -Aeeepting the doc tor's proffered arm, she leaned her slight foirm upon it. wil e ha t bld they clasped themselves together in an i agony of fear and apprehension. She saw the captain and Mr. Davie tanding at. the I stern conversing earnestly together, point ing at the qame; time to the small boat which had been hastily lowered, and which was now about a mile from "the ship. She I knew that help had gone to the unfortunate i man, and yet it seemed hard...

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. — 8 March 1868

MOSNW 3*l MND CATHOLIC a .r a g- e AUT0TAW LAM . M OL imNa. B4DA, 8 1 We sat beneath the maple tree. My youthful nlese and I, While o'er us foil the golden glow t SFrom.n out th wetera sky. , She still was in the more of life, Though she had known fe'ees care; . a Its spring-time glowed within her heart. Its bloom lay on h h air, While I was peat the boon of yeas. Deep shadows ln my eye- Still longing for the better time - That in the future llee. We watched the fall of yellow leaves That fluttered down like birds. And as they clustered round our feet We told our thoughts in weeds. "-So fall the sonuls of men," she said, " Into the darksome place And every hour of night and day Rush thousands in themace i" s8-win the souls et siatll"J aidd * To reel.. of terighteday; - They shine upon us abr awh. -Then gemly ass away!t" " hese are like men's sins," she said, "So scattere, far and wide, Filling the w ld with wretchednse The hearts ofell with pride!" Mae. like these holy~.des." I sai...

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. — 8 March 1868

tW. O3LUA 5s SUNDAT. M#K .aim, T 14 - W w a 1nt T l A r-ot -· The following artile G'i rom a Catholic quarterly, .pblihed in y.1 The author is eonasidered iSe o 'eeclesi astical historian in that c and ooca pigs the poogtlon of Professor in the lie of-p T .-mmae- a'U`a 'ri r --. The oulminating period of - t ing in Italy begins with Leo d Vin, who, like Misael -lwas painter, sculptor, and ueelteet, engineer, and. also musician im to,-one of the most and cultivated men of his time. He -born in the year 1452, in he castle of ci near Florence; #ras ed ucated at e o o e An erocchi, p t many years of his life Milan,; and there, between the ages f and orty .printea h A refe-tory.. of the s of Maria delle Grazia, that most celebrated of all his works, the " Last.Supper." As the Book of the Imi tation"of Christ infinitely surpasses all the othr writingsof theholy Thomas aKempi,. sodoes the " Last Supper"eurea all other _works of Leonardo da Vinmaci. Even his Sceebirat d il~spiiure of -'rat...

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. — 8 March 1868

MORHIN g S1A AJD CATNOLlO magorn rLMLSHiED WaKELY BY n.o New Cries,. O,15. aw~.emspanh, at Xe. 140 roe raas J . bAtowen Cr.t pe d. CCLaacar oed". The Directors of the Company are: The Most Rer. Archbishop J. 11. OnD. President. Very Ilev. N. J. ucs.-, V. G., Vice President. tev. T. J. SmTn, C. M:. Rev. Jr. 1. DVFt,P C. S8. W; Rev. J. FLANAGAW; Mr. Iivon MCCLOtJcT; Mr Jollq MCCAi ,sa1r. Treasurer; Mr. T. Mh. foL~nt , Secretary. NZICBS IoR LINT. at the snt, holr; On Fridays--The Way of the Cross. t.likaeph.--The Lenten ser-ices lit St.Joneph's Church will take ;t t' on Sutndays, Tuesnays, Tlsarudays. and " ridavi. at 'l,. hck, P. t. The erxrcises wo illconsit: Moat 1ie61se1 Sac t; on TinElayda sail Tb ais of eItltation of the RMsaa , with sermon and beneaoo}n, nnd on Fridays. of the t ef the Cross. The services will be acedeted by ie dr of the chunm. - - at1. Joseph, hreta.--n ula c 3 P. o -Staton of the Cross; on To ulats,.I t atiCt in English, by ROe. W tiOer Ceupgol arntoW...

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. — 8 March 1868

NEW ORLEANS, 5UNDA.. M4lºUa ,SU. ---·- - ._A_-.-- '...-- ' -Patrops of tbie g Outside of New rpeans, the parish of Iberville is entitled,. tJas har, beyond any other locality to the expiession of our tha;l ks for "aid and countenance." ' iot wily hm it favored us with a eonrespoandenee, whieh will bhi found elsewhere in this issue, but --the numberof name hihjtapi our 'subscription lit is greater than that from any other simir source. Apart from the Catholic spirit of tl;he we nmust recognize in this result tIe zealous ageney of our firm friend, the-Rev. Charles d'HemedouA tasor o- sn arp . We'hope, in time, to be able to chronicle similar results in other quarters. We count entirely upon the cooperation-of the Rev. S Clergy throughout the .archdiocese for the extension of our circulation, and hope that [ they will consider the-occasion-aufficiently laudable to call for-the exertion of some fluence on-their part. Before dropping the subject, we must e- - press the hope, in ref...

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. — 8 March 1868

a n = - AND ,la U ins uaCully as a ma-nas ALD EI-AC that - otbhe When a man is amiddle-aged man-what It in thee days is called. -"quit a young ache man,~ a modern phrase, wihi our lore- thew fthers rendered by saying that a man was ache .grwig old,'--- e is in the helght ofohis phi ache sdeal strenwth, while his mental vigor is still who .- trengthening and increasing as he draws den4 onward to his grand cllmatei.c-a vigor, in ae in many instances,, susceptible- of being outý strengthened and increased to the very last, not the -al f •hi s me powers, with added resources o eve and aquiredskill and mastery over them. The sickness and langor of earl years are left behind, and not much thouht i given sio. to the physical ills that may be screened put .by tie curtain of the fatare. Men rarely pause to consider a won prolong we exemtion from the oen ofat suffering. Dr. Xrnold sluf '- po spit yeebad saufered Iso little pain irhmslifeti even the anginal agony released him from be so abn...

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. — 8 March 1868

1mW ODLIIAZU l5rAlXKAWo _ll .. UOUA*. -W W HEAl IMI Few, vey few, indeed, -i awge of the present state atrdtglsinGtremyormore properly speakdng'/3t degrad eod rtion of jProtes tej , as Judged by bsocial status of its ministeri.- ltnasy be said that -rra-logical "ai. ction between truths-and thosewhoadvocate , lnciples, not persons or par eons, shoud erna in estimating the value of things. tt~ be philosophical, but the masses will and re is pretty high by _its aits. If the self-appln erpor .ents of religion be held in conte the system, which inlspires such sen)Jntor perhaps we should say, fails to Incu~ates sounder, better views, yut -be at fault. Lord Macaulay tells-us in his history that after the '1eformation in Engluad-about the time of the- Charleses, we belive Protestant ministiaere sunk so low in the social scale that they were only con= sidered At p frtia fa ladies' siaida-..on venrent in Keeping do'sgers' scores at the gaming table, or serving as a butt-for his patrone, ...

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. — 8 March 1868

NEW OULEANS, sui7iaY XAH s, s8s. Ch the wmwzLL >iiý5 U3n hsw . tot ern ---- Deala.-Th l ssk-ls. gays: We un- 7 derstand that the Treasuryhas consented Fr to grant the sum of £100,000 for the punr- the chase of the Exhibition Palace as the seat ha of the Ro$a Irish Institute.. There is rean -- son to hope that the. sum will be paid in advance .t parliamentary ,action on the and responsibility.of ministers, as was the ease tan in the purchase of the Blacas collection. at We are also informed that the Treasury has ta consented to-allocate in advance £100,000 ee for the improvenient oe-Cork harbor, and bil £100 000 for work intended to be executed t in Belfast Louh. b A corre dt writing from Swords, of e storm of Saturday, as some cWrtsladen with rs straw were being conveyed to market by " the Ballymop road, one of the horses was it thrown violently down by the upsetting of te the -cart to whi" it was yoked, and was tO killed. On the 3d of February, a general court martial assembled...

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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