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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 16 August 1868

illegal. The Treasurer's reporti showed a aIlance on handi~ ,f 8345,196 54. A reso lution was adopted, inviting the Board of Aldermen to a Joint seqion, at the next meeting, for -the purpose of electing cbbm miissioners for the House of Refuge and a director for the Opelousas railroad. The ordinance allowing music in coffee-houses was repealed. Tna CITY.--The health of the city is satisfactory. Business, as usual, at this season of the year, is dull; but politics abd politicians, with their discussions, pro cessions, and presentations of banners, keep the mind active and the blood from stag nation by inanition. True, we occasionally hear of caseq of extreme destitution; but the active benevolence for which our citi zens are proverbial promptly applies the proper remedy. The weather, since the showers have ceased, has become somewhat oppressive; though, as compared with re ports from the Nortbr we are enjoying a temperature to be envied. The only draw back to this comfortable state 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. — 16 August 1868

-OZ o ING TAB AND aTHOAI, K ESENGEOR. NEW ORLEANS. 5UNDA',. AUGUST 16, 1868. wrE AND WISD1 M. - Dress Material for the Sea-Sltorec-Serge. A Suit that IRarely Fits Well-A law suit. What is the worst seat to hold one-up i Conceit. Pin-Money-What is expended in bowl ing-alleys. Whatever else you may choose to sip, let alone gossip. A grocer is like a highwayman when he lies in weight. Avoid extremes; neither get your -feet nor your head tight. Is the "coming woman" any relation to the passing bell(e) Holw To Cure a "Girl of thie Period" Put a full stop to her. The camel wanted to have horns, andl they took away his cars. It is much easier to get over the rent of a garment than of a dwelling. Favorits Airs of Mammias with Marriage able l)aughtclrs-Millionaires. Counterfeit virtues are often a more pop ular currency than the genuine. Tile ants in not a few houses in the city, just now, tr "xeceed the uncles. Friends are most often like the negro's moon--" Xebbor shine dark nights." WVhy ...

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. — 16 August 1868

344O=lIO STARL AND CATOLIC M aWM. NEW OLEANS SUNDAY.. A. ST 8'r 18. I. AwrTan.-On the night of the 15th alt. a most- melancholy acc ant fhok place in -Beltast Lough, resulting in the death of three men, and in eonsequences of -a'dan gerons character to two others. About half past-nine an open boat, in which were six persons, capsized bythe schooner Harmony, Belfast, across whose bows she ran, and the occupants were thrown into the water. The three men who were drowned were Mr. John A. Wilson, baker, aged forty years, corner May and Cronnac streets, Belfast; Mr. W. Grant, baker. 221 York street, Bel fast, aged about thirty-five years and Mr. Chishohu, the son of a respectable farmer residing in the neighborhood of Whi'teabbey or Carmoney.; The other occupants of the boat were Mr. Murty, manager in Birk myro.'s bakery, Ann street; Mr. Caithness, land steward at Abbeylands, and an old man who was steering. Mr. Marty being a good swimmer succeeded in saving himself. AnRanAG.-Tliere wa...

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. — 16 August 1868

MORNINO STAR AND CATHOLIC wsgoB. NESW OLEANS. SUNDAY, AUGUST 16, isi8. PEROWER 0 RITUAdiM. Although there is something fantastical in this affair of Ritualism, it is undoubt edly creating considerable commotion both in our own country and in England. Its opponents in the Episcopal Church affect to despise and contemn it; but the space whiclhit occupies in their journals, and the effdrts made by the Privy Council and -Parliament of England, show the fears that underlie this apparent external indifference. We give, below, a few extracts in elucida tion. The Wleekly Review, anti-Ritualistic, speaking of the Church in Scotland, says: Bishop Forbes is in trouble concerning some Ritualistic practices that have been introduced into one of the Episcopalian Churches- in Dundee. His authority war invoked in the matrer. The decision hI has given has pleased neither side. Tihe Low Churchmen have held a meeting, tc authorize steps for procuring a seplaratr place of worship. At this assembly, on...

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. — 23 August 1868

ublaatton Omoe-No. 140 Poydra street. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" T.ram- ureDonarl PeraAn ,Isau me. VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1868. _ NUMBER, . UO IWO STAR AND C ATOLIC ntESSENGER. NW-- W ORLEANS SUNDAY, AUGUST 23, 1868. E • IMi ANG. BYr 1oA I.as. Helinpag! Oh, blessed words, They thrill my inmost heart They waft me back to childhood days, As on the deep we start ! Hezmgang! Oh, noble bark, Speed swiftlyjbn thy way, And bear me to my own dear land, From which I cannot stray! Heimgang! Long, weary months Have passed since my exile; And I have sternly bowed to fate, But now weep like a child. Helmgang! In memn ry's eye I view a cottage fair; With wife and children gathered round, To join in evening prayer. Heimgang! Speed on, brave bark! And I will kneel and ask Of God to bear me swiftly home, In sunshine e'er to bask ! Nw 4ieans, Aug. 15, 1808. IFrom the Ca orld. NELLIE N RVILLE; A ONE OF TIlE TRANSPLANTED. CHI...

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. — 23 August 1868

ORaOiNO STAR AND CATHOLIC MESSENGER. NnEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY. AUGUST 3, 1568. A RECENT VISIT TO ST. Dlra.WAD. After one has returned from foreign travel, there are some scenes -which seem to stand out with special vividness before, the mind's eye. Buch a one is my recollec tion of the evening of our arrival at the Convent of St. Bernard. It was very hot in the morning when we left Martigny, and all through the day, as we mounted through the interminable val loys which lead to the famous mountain ..pass, it had been growing hotter, dustier, nd-tithe landscape drearier. At last, as we left the gloomy little village of St. Pierre, the heat of the sun baking down on our iMeadsberaie almost unbearable, and I asked our guide in despair: "W When vould it be cooler? I thought it was to be cool on St. Bernard." '"In half an hour, when we begin to mount the real pass, Madame will feel the wind cool enough," he replied. And he was right. Hardly had we left l'isie solitary little canteen behind, ...

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. — 23 August 1868

"MORNING STAR AN CATBOLIC 0MBENGERa. NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY. AUGUST 23, 1808. MSCL U - NIBIH NEWS. ATnTlat.-On the 21st ult., the thermom eter showed eighty degrees and five minutes in the shade, and one hundred and three in the sun, in Belfast. The heat in the shade is the greatest that has been experienced in Belfast for the last ten years. The oldest inhabitant - of the Belfast workhouse (Thomas Entwistle) died on the morning of the 19th. ult., at the advanced age of ninety-six years. On the 18th ult., the Belfast Harbor Commissioners held the annual inspection of the harbor. ARMAGH.-At Camlough fair, on the 20th nit., there were not over a dozen of good beasts shown, which .sold at the rate of from 5.5s. to 60s. per cwt. Milch cows were rather lower in price, good animals being obtained at £13 each.- CARLow.-The Post of the 18th ult. says: Mr. Foley, of Graigue, sent to our office, on Friday, a potato of the flounder species, grown on hislands atSleaty, weighing two and one-half pou...

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. — 23 August 1868

XORIINO aA xo rA CMOLC MfENGEE rus.in WE Ulr Br IeNWm Oriewu ktated(e A O ,psnau, a No. 140 Potdra strut, bdhuam Oanp end Bi. OAar* traic. Sr ectors the Company re President Very ev. 1 P. Pa-w n e y. ice President. iev. T. J. Str, C. t., M ev. J. B DuVr., C. "S Rev. J. Pt OANAG . Mr. UllNle MCCLONLNY ; lir. 1, -cA vArn . Treasurer; Mr. T. FrnWUA, S , . All co aienatioua are to e to be chssd the tornof 7 sing Mar and n etoei r. Single copies Ten Dap n Advertiseoents inortedat istera lf So per lsquare, ht lines, solid Nonpareil, no lg a uaro~e. Trlent advertsisemwnts, the rl of the paper. Ant insertion, $1 50 pe q ; each suinoluont Inser tion 7 A c ents per square. . Avlortiemnenta inser at Intervals, to be charged an nrw each insertion. egular e who advertise largely. ahall be 9 opan et per line  .neh Insertion. Al d e.rtrenta Jnot marked any, spaciie number rttio0 util fae pubfinhed si times and charged ugly . CAEIIDAR OP THE WEK. Sundayt......A 2-St. rPhilip Denal, Rligorna...

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

xORWIN S STAR AND CATHOLUO OSrEoR. NEW ORLEANS,-SUNDAY. AUGUST 23, 1908. REyIEW or Ta WEER. - INSTRUCTrONS OF THE COMMANDING GEN ERAL.-Gen. Buchanan has issued instruc tions to the commanders of districts, detach ments and posts, relative to the assistance to be given by them to the civil authorities in ease of domestic disturbances in this de partment. The duty of these officers is lim ited to informing themsetves of the State of affairs in their neighborhood, and transmit ting the same by telegraph to Department headquarters. Under no circumstances are they to interfere with tthe civil authorities, except by direct instructions of the Com manding General. CITy CouNCIL.-Board of Aldermaen. Mr. Kaiser offered a resolution, which was passed, providing for the appointment of a joint committee of both boards to wait on the Governor, with a protest against the Metropolitan Police bill. Mr. O'Brien of fered a resolution, which was adopted, an nulling all contracts entered into previous t...

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 August 1868

MORNING STAR AND CATRELIO MESSENGER. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY, AUGUST ,3. 1i88. WIT AND WISDOM. "A FRIEND IN yNiEDi." The baker and his customer A kindred nature show " The latter needs tile "staff of life," The former kneads the dough! A Dangerous Chasm-Sar-casm. A Make-Shift-A sewing machine. The best aid in hot weather is lemonade. The Popular Form Just Now-Platform. The )Dancing Master's Paradise-A hop garden. How to Please a Lady-Let her do as she pleases. A Tune that Every One is Seeking Fortune. Sliight of IHand--Refusing an offer of marriage. The Best Exercise of Memory-Remem ber the poor. Beer fills many a bottle, and the bottle many a bier. The Question of the Hour - " What o'clock is it t" The Man Who Waxes Strong Every Day-The shoemaker. Why are good husbands like dough Because women need them. The principal difference between a luxury and a necessary is the price. Pay for your pantaloons; don't be charged for breeches of trust. SA Ship Most Any One Would Like to Sail On-A l...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 23 August 1868

ER1UING STAR AND CATHOLIC ES ENGER. NEW ORLEANS,. SUNDAY, AUGUST 3; 1868. ICommunicated.1 EAST O THE ASSUMPTION AT rAY ST. LoeIS. Editor Morning Star and Catholic Measenger: DEAR SIR-Anything relating to the sub lime faith of our Holy Church, I know, must be acceptable to yourself, individually, as well as to your nuanarous readers. Here, in this beautiful 'wa1gring place, so rich in natural scenery, we had, yesterday and to . the sublime ceremor ies of religion, to a halo of grandeur over all, as the eye oriaith ascended from the beauties of na ture to nature's God. The eve of the Assumption was ushered, in by the introduction into the Church of children born out of the -fold--one young lady, Miss Helen Hurlbut, from Handsboro', and two brothers, the one aged ten, but with the intellect of fifteen, and the other a fine young man about sixteen, the sons of Capt. Taylor, of Mobile, who himself, if not already baptized and now a Catholic, is un der instructions. The ceremony of baptis...

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 August 1868

YORNING STAR AND CATHOLIC NESENGEn. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 23. 18s8. FOREIGN CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCE. NEWS FtROs- RonME.-We copy the follow ing items from the WVestminster Gazette: Commendatore Visconti, who has lately received from th6 Pope the title of -baron in token of his appreciation of Jis great success in the cause of archalology, has just added another to his many successful exca vations,--having laid bare an altar of Her cules in the Via de' Pettinari. While on the subject of the Pope's patronage of art, I may mention a visit lie paid to the studio of I1. Ewell L:ifoit, a French artist, who is at work on a large pictuire o-dt1ih bittl of Montana. lie was much interested in the composition, and spent a considerable time making out likenesses and points of interest. Observing Soracte in the far dis tance, he began reciting the lines from Horace, " Caudidum Soracte," etc. Ul re cognized Generals Kauzler and U@hes at once, and did not forgt to Wake sure that the young Duke ...

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. — 30 August 1868

SOatIolif 1 ess eger.- __ Pubioation Omoe-No. 140 Poydra street.; "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" Terms-FourDolsarAPuannum, inamasee. VOLUME I. . NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1868. NUMBER 30. XO0NINOU TAR ANmD CATeHOTC Emas aNU. NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 1868. S THE CHRISTIAW'B DEATH. Hush! 'tisa a holy place, The spitit'aslassing hour: A mortal one anth run his race,. A Christian claims hlas dower. le atill, our let an earthly thollught hMar tile de'p calmness of his lot. lastl lie not done with earth, Its } "y and its pride I Its Biitsra of woe and mirth. Its pdlenu  eorn'd, tlhough tried f Ilith hI. not co uered death and sin. nd o j d etternl j to swin? And toil nnd strife arce o Au ean rtlhly carsare Inn Anl In halt aiusIn4 Non ijst htir. Iathll t 411 it lpainu t lst. Oh, who woullillng to mortal woe, When Iheaven such glory can bestow ,, In on bright and above, - flow rich the deei, repose! No cloud. y blasting ...

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. — 30 August 1868

rOINIg UTA AND CATHOLIC MESSeiNO. NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY. AUGUST a, 18 A WORT 01r l hX DEVOTION. I have no doubt that to some of my read ers the chief facts of this story will be known, as, like -me, they may have read it in llouilly's Cocstce PeopUs ires; but to all, I feel sure, it will be interesting. Genevieve Asselin and her twin-brother Maurice were born in the village of Arte nay, about fifteen miles from Orleans, and from their birth displayed extraordinary love for atch other, whichl love their good parents cultivated. For twelve years all. wvent on happily in their well-conduoted hIousehold, when their father, a journeyman Swheelwright, met with an accidenti whichll ended in his death. his wife quickly fol lowed him to the grave, and the twins were Staken by their ]atih ft'her's master, and treated as his own children; it being consi dered proper, in tlhe villages of France, that -childre4l left orphans should be taken care o" It. thOir in'lt patren.tt ' employers. live ye...

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. — 30 August 1868

MORNING STAB AND CAATROLIC ka ra3. ----;OI·--- ----t kl C&--.IXO I ll -. NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 1868. SCAPE oF ARcROIALD NAMIrnTO ROWAN. On the 7th of December, 1792, the gov ernment issued a proclaimation prohibiting the assembling of the volunteers, who hall been sumumoued to assemble for parade, at tired in the unifoii of the French National Guards. The parade did not take place in consequenco of the proclamation. On the 16th of the samIe month the society of the United Irishmen issued an address to the volunteers, written by Dr. Drennan, and signed by him as chairman of the meeting, and by Archibald Hamilton Rowan as see. retary. ..For the publication of this address both of the above named gentlemen were prosecuted by the government on a charge of libel. Curran defended the .traversers. Drennan was acquitted on a point of form, but, thanks to a judiciously packed jury (two of whom had been heard to declare. that, "Ireland would sever be quiet until Hamilton Bowana a...

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. — 30 August 1868

ORmOG UTA AID CATHOLIC MEgNO R " eugS- *D W55LT Sr Fe yew Orieanr ola e liUS ualsOoesswse al No. 140 - Podrs dsre . boo,,u on re,,, and f s .treeto. The Director of tb' Company are: The Noht Bev. Archbahop J. M1. Outs, President. Very ier, N. J. P enCIS. O. Vice Presi ent. Nev. T.J. Sitbu, C.M. -Rev. J. Si DUFFr, C. 15.1; Rev. J. FLAwAoA ; IMr. Hum C LoesrT; Mr. Jotmi lHo'amsrP . Treasurer; Mr. T. FInSWU.it, Secrotory. All eommunications are to be adressd to the Ed lore of The Hoinsg Bisrend 0O.thi M esreii0. Terms of sbecription Four Dollars per annum. Single copies Ten Cantls. drertiem ct in-Sertse t,, einht lines, solid Neeparell, constituting a square. Transient advertisements, having the run of the pper, first insertion. $1 50 per square ; each subsequent iser ton. 73 cents per square. Advertlements Inserte at Intervals, to be charged as sew each insertion. Rlegtar advertisers, who advertise largely, shall.be allowed ith discount from above named tratlllielt rates as may ...

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. — 30 August 1868

to which the patient's system- had been brought, no inflammation ensued upon the operation. Seven or eight days have already elapsed, and the danger from that source may be considered as past. This reprieve is of the utmost value, not only for its im -mediate results of comfort and safety, but Srt'y which it affords the skillful practitioner of attacking the disease at his leisure. In this instance, Dr. Stone is not without hopes of effecting a cure, or at least a palliation of the distressing malady. We mention this case in so detailed a man ner in-the supposition that there may be per sons similarly affected, either arrived at the same desperate stage of the disease, or tend ing thereto, and who may be glad to-know that there is 'itill a hope -vlhere, generally, hope is abandoned. Besides, owing, pro bribly, to the aversion of the profession to news'paper notoriety, these facts, which have come accidentally to our knowledge, have not, so far as we have seen, been recorded or allud...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 August 1868

OrHlIo SlAR AND CaTHOLI BSra ENZoB. fre *.. ------"' VO NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY, AUGUST ':I,. I' sal MlCELI.ANHUS ImS-NEWS- m. or AShT·n .-Mr. John Uttle, J. P,:. hIa de clit.ned being a'c ndidatte fit' t'he I'larlitianient a'ry represent t"'-lclfaitst in the 'Tory ia interest. I C tLOw.-=The Right Rev. Dr. Waldshe, Lord Bishop of 10KihltrcV and Leig~lin, has 1 sauctioned t he candidature of Captain at Fagan tor Carlo:v, and oilers himlt his ,Iup- wl port. ne Ci ..\t:. -- testimouial is about being bb rt.sentred to Mr. Wainright ('rowe, J. P., l C'ahllrcllh. Ennis, Lord l.etrclield's agent, th. for his exertions on behal f of the people of of Ennis in procuring fin themit a large and comltodious fair grre' itn Ennis. is l)uring the iuntutI otf July the town of ed Kilkee has been c'rowded by visistoraf'ron Nt all parts of the island, who deem it one of wi the most fashlioinable watering places now At in vogle. At (',ntK.--The' Cork Examianer says: On Sunday, thet 26th ult., during the ...

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. — 30 August 1868

MORWING STAR AD U OATHOLIR C Ns EWGER NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY. AUGUST 30, 1868. WIT AND WISDOM. Rhine-Get astride a pork barrel. Open-Air Services-Police duties. Fresh Pears-Newly married couples. - 'Good Places to Board--Lumber yards. The i" Jaws " of beath-Dying speeches. Personal-" General Debility" is in the city. Urnegotiable Bills-Drafts on the ima gination. Do our domestic poultry enjoy foul weather T Ices in Vogue Among Poor People Sacrif-ices. Is a safe safe when it is liqble to be blown open Never confide secrets to your relatives; will tell. There is a firm in Syracuse by the name Settle & Burst. Why Women Are Sinners-Because they sew so many tares. The wickeil-cst man in New York must be a tallow chandler. The Fastest Thing Out-A conductor's baton; it beats time. People who are generous to a fault are apt to be stingy to a virtue. A Texas print wishes Greeley an addi tional ism-the rheumat-ism. A Long Pull-When you get hold of a nose that measures four inches. SWVhf is 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. — 30 August 1868

oionD e sTAI AnD CATHOUZO X 1Os. NEW ORLEANS. SUJDAY. 4UGUST 3o, 181. THE CHURCH IN 0OWTAR1TINOPLB. From the Messengr q/f the Sacred -Iecart for September we take the following par ticulars respecting the Church in the capi tal ofeTurkoy. " Though the prophecies of IM. de Maistre," says the Messenger, " about the end of this century, are not yet fully verified,-though mass is not yet cele brated in St. Sophia,-still the Catholic re ligion has her temples in the capital of the Crescent, and enjoys there a liberty but too often denied her in Christian countries." . ]in Constantinople there are six. churches of the Latin rite, of which four are pare chial. The Church of St. Peter at Galata, is attended to by Dominican Fathers, and the Catholics of I'era are divided between the Churches of St. Mary and St. Anthony, belonging to Franciscans of two different reforms. Secular priests, have charge of the Church of the Holy Ghost, and there re mauin lth the UhurZh of the Vicariate, that of S...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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