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THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER IX. OF THE SACRAMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 27 February 1830

THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER IX. OF THE SACRAMENTS. [continued from no. 25 — page 204.] Objections Answered. 7. The Hussites, as we have shewn in our last Number bring forward the following objection to communion under one species. Except you eat the Flesh of the Son of Man, and drink his Blood you shall not have life in you. We answer, That these words contain indeed the precept of receiving the Eucharist; but not under both species. For there is no mention made of the species of bread and M ine, but of Flesh and Blood. But the Flesh and Blood of Christ can be taken under one species— The Lutherans bring the following as an objection —Do this for a commemoration of me. We reply, that this was said after the receiving of the Bread, but not after the Chalice. Therefore no precept can be inferred from that text, to prove the propriety of taking the Chalice. The Calvinists adduce these M’ords as an objection —Drink ye all of it. — We answer, that this was said to the Apostles alone, who Me...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829)
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PROSPECTUS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 27 February 1830

PROSPECTUS. EXPOSTULATOR, OR YOUNG CATHOLIC’S GUIDE, A Roman Catholic Newspaper, with this Title, will make its appearance in the City of Boston in the course of the ensuing March. Its object will be to explain the Principles of the Roman Catholic Religion in a plain and easy style, adapted to the comprehension of the youth of the rising generation. They will be thereby enabled to account for their Faith, and be ready to satisfy every one that asketh them a reason of the hope, which is in them, and thus verify the words of the Royal Prophet—“ Out of the mouth of infants and of sucklings thou has perfected praise, because of thy enemies, that thou mayest destroy the enemy and the avenger.” It will guard the Catholic youth against the misrepresentations of “ the Wicked One,” and his Co-operators, who, “ teaching the doctrines of men,” “ have an evil heart of unbelief to depart from the living God” and the Church which he sanctified unto himself in the confirmed power of the Holy Ghost...

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List of Agents for the JESUIT, OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 27 February 1830

List of Agents for the JESUIT, OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. ! Hugh INlaguire Quebec. Maurice Moriarty Montreal. j -Rev. J. Mahony - Salem. Patrick Powers Lowell. I Patrick Mooney - Boston. Rev. R. D. Woodley Providence. , \N illiam McKlroy Charlestown. j J°hn McGuigan Philadelphia. Fielding Lucas Baltimore. John 1). Murphy Washington, L). C. m. S. Blain Charleston, S. C.

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Page 212 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 27 February 1830

FOR SALE) AT P. MOONEY’S CATHOLIC BOOK-STORE, Federal Street, Boston. A W INTER EVENING DIALOGUE, between John Hardman and John Cardwell, or Thoughts on the Rule of Faith, in a series of Letters, addressed to the Authors of “ Letters to the Clergy of the Catholic Church, and more especially to the Rev. Thomas Sherburn of Kirkham, in Lancashire.” By John HahdMAN. It forms an 18mo. volume of 130 pages, half bound —price 25 cents, or $2 per dozen, wholesale. This little book which has lately appeared in the columns of The Jesuit, contains a fund of valuable information 'I he arguments are irresistible, and are presented hi so striking a light, that a Candid Reader has only to peruse and reflect upon the various points at issue, in order to be converted to the Holy Catholic Religion. We strongly recommend the book to all well disposed persons, who are desirous to seek, find and embrace the Truth of the “ one fold” and the “ one Pastor.”

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Ei o ©so; tiers? fjfi/fiv, rig xaA' fauv ; —si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos ?—if god be for us, who is against us I —rom. viii. xxxi VOL. I. BOSTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1830. NO. XXVII. The JESUIT; Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday,) by SJVEITH &. DAVIS) for the Proprietors, at $3 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. 75, Kilby Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON) MARCH 6, 1830.

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WORSHIP IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

WORSHIP IN GENERAL. [continued from no. 26 —page 207.] We have endeavoured in our First Proposition to establish the propriety and necessity of internally worshipping the Great Creator, by arguments drawn from Reason; we shall now examine whether, according to the Second Proposition, we owe external and public worship to the Deity. We are convinced that the substance of every lawful worship exists in the homage of the heart and mind, that external pomp, the most brilliant fetes, the most magnificent apparatus of public worship are a mere shadow without correct sentiments and pure intentions which constitute its essence and merit. The Divinity especially wishes to reign in the human heart, and whatever is not calculated to establish his empire therein, must be illusive. The sages of Paganism were impressed with the truth of this assertion. Zaleucus in the celebrated preface of his Laws remarked that man ought to present to the Deity a soul exempt from stains, and that he should be pe...

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PROPHECIES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

PROPHECIES. i Twelve Lectures on the Subject of the Prophecies relating to the Christian Church; being a Portion of the Lectures founded at Lincoln's Inn Chapel, of the late Bishop Warburton, by Edward Pearson, D. D. Master of Sidney College, Cambridge, and Christian <Rdvocate to that University. 1811.—Continued from Number 26, page 207. This cant, which though we state, we cannot approve of it, was not limited to the in- { significance of expression; but burst forth, with tremendous violence, into action. Archbishop Laud, the primate of all England, lost his head: the other bishops lost, most of them their liberty, but all of them their sees, their honours, and their revenues; all the other dignities of the church were sequestered, the order suppressed; and this whole Antichristian Babylonish hierarchy of Protestants was treated, in its turn, with the same scorn and contumely, with the same cruelty and injustice, with which it had, in the preceding century, treated the A...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

The Bishop and Roman Catholic Clergy of Boston return their sincere thanks to the Ladies and Gentlemen of this City for their seasonable and generous contributions towards the funds of the Roman Catholic Ladies' Clothing Society, and feel deeply indebted to the Ladies and Gentlemen of the Handel and Haydn Society, who so kindly and creditably exerted themselves in the cause of Charity in the Church of the Holy Cross on Sunday evening last. It may be gratifying to all, as it certainly is to the Bishop and his Clergy, to be informed, that the collections taken up, after the Charity Sermon, amounted to One Hundred and Eighty-Seven Dollars, which with an additional sum of Fifteen Dollars, liberally presented through Mrs. Chennelette ol Atkinson street, made up the sum of Two Hundred and Two Dollars.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

“A hideous figure of their foes they draw: Nor lines, nor looks, nor shades, nor colors true, And this grotesque design expose to public view, And yet the daubing pleases!” Duydejt. I We have often had reason to complain of the misrepresentation of the fanatical writers and Preachers of the day in relation to the j doctrines of our Church, and of their insipid declamations against errors that exist no where but in the delirium of their own imaginations. Our remonstrances against this species of injustice have hitherto, in certain quarters, proved ineffectual. In vain do we call out that these imputations are false: that these doctrines are not ours. These bold assertors, true to the principle laid down by their pious progenitors, viz. calumniare audacter, semper aliquid adhaerebit ; —that is, calumniate boldly: something is sure to stick, knowing too well the importance of adhering to this principle in a bad cause, never fail to call out louder than we do. They have indeed this adva...

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THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER X. OF THE SACRIFICE OF THE MASS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER X. OF THE SACRIFICE OF THE MASS. [continued from no. 212.] 1. Sacrifice is an external worship which is exhibited from an internal affection to God alone. For this there are five requisites. 1. A Minister to offer the sacrifice. 2. Matter. 3. Form. 4. Place. 5. An object. The Minister is the Priest. The Matter is a sensible thing, which is offered to God. The Form is the consumption, or change of the substance offered. The Place in which the Sacrifice is made, is the Altar. The end can be four fold. 1. An Acknowledgment of the Supreme Dominion, which God has over us. 2. A Thanksgiving for benefits received from Him. 3. A Petition for new benefits. 4. An Expiation of Sin. Hence Sacrifice is usually distinguished into four kinds. 1. That of Supreme Acknowledgment, by which we testify that we are the servants of God, to whom we owe all things. 2. That of Thanksgiving, by which we testify our gratitude for favors received. 3. That of Impetration, by which we ask...

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FROM THE U. STATES CATHOLIC MISCELLANY. REPUBLICANS BEWARE! [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

FROM THE U. STATES CATHOLIC MISCELLANY. REPUBLICANS BEWARE! Loving our excellent republican form of government, we feel it would be on our part criminal, to delay a moment, exhibiting to our readers the dreadful source of danger.—We copy the article from the “ Hartford Episcopal Watchman,” he copies from the “ Christian Watchman” and he appears to have caught the fire from Doctor Beecher— u Who is Doctor Beecher?” The date of the Hartford paper is January 23rd. “ THE DANGERS OF OUR COUNTRY.” On Thanksgiving evening, Dr. Beecher preached on this subject, in Park Street Meeting House, Boston. In naming some of the dangers to which the preacher alluded, we notice, — ££ OUR DANGERS ARISING FROM INFIDELITY.” “ Efforts are now making to spread amongst us the odious doctrines of atheism; and these attempts which are making with a system and zeal worthy of a better cause, are not to be lightly regarded by the religious community. It the theories of our modern free thinkers should pervade th...

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NEW ORLEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

NEW ORLEANS. | We are happy to find this important See . so respectably and efficiently filled, as it is by the appointment of the Right Reverend Doctor Leo De Nekere to its care. This respectable prelate is as yet in the prime of life; little more than the canonical age; but he is experienced in science, in virtue and in the labour of our missions to which he has been devoted since his eighteenth year. He is a Fleming by birth, but an American in educai tion, in feelings, and in habits. He will be consecrated in New-Orleans. we believe, on the fifth Sunday after Easter by the respectable and talented Bishop of St. Louis, who during some time has had the administration of New-Orleans. The Bishops ; of Mobile and of Charleston are expected i to assist. ! We give a copy of the circular letter of I Doctor Rosati to the clergy of New-Orleans. Rev. Sir, — The church of New-Orleans ' has at length received a Bishop from the hands ot the Sovereign Pontiff who has been pleased . to appoint ...

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MISSIONS OF GUIANA. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

MISSIONS OF GUIANA. If these missions astonish by their grandeur, there are others, which though less known, are not less worthy of admiration. It is often in the obscure cottage, and on the grave of the indigent, that the King of kings loves to display the riches of his grace and of his miracles. In proceeding northward of Paraguay to the extremity of Canada, you formerly met with a great number of small missions, where the convert had not become civilized that he might attach himself to the apostle; but where the apostle had turned savage that he might accompany the convert. The French religious were at the head of these wandering churches, whose perils and perpetual change of place seemed exactly calculated for their courage and genius. Father Cruelli, a Jesuit, founded the mis- | sions of Cayenne. What he did for the comfort of the negroes and savages seems to sur- | pass the powers of human nature. Lombard and Ramette treading in the steps of this holy man, penetrated into the ...

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New Orleans, Jan. 22, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

New Orleans, Jan. 22, 1830. For several Sundays past, I have attended the Catholic Chapel in Ursuline street, and been highly gratified with the discourses which are there delivered in my own language —a circumstance, I believe, quite rare in the the Catholic Churches of this city, and not generally known. So edifying have I found those discourses that I cannot resist the opportunity of thus noticing them, and recom- | mending them to the attention of those who j are desirous of maintaining the divine truths of the Gospel, and of adapting their lives according thereto. On the several occasions to which I refer, I could not but be forcibly struck with the very pertinent and impressive manner in which the preacher from the j pulpit, declaimed against vice, recalled the | wanderer from grace, and fixed his hopes on Immortality. I have seldom dwelt with so j much satisfaction on the discourses of any one, ■ as on those of the preacher at this Chapel, who, to fervent zeal and theological...

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A CARD. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

A CARD. The undersigned, pupils of the school attached to the Catholic Church in this city, I most respectfully ask leave in behalf of the j poor children of said Church, to express their i warmest gratitude to those kind Ladies and Gentlemen who so beneficently contributed to their relief on Sunday evening last, the liberal sum of One Hundred and Ninety-Se-ven Dollars. No charity was ever more opportunely bestowed. We cannot compel the pen to speak the feelings of our hearts. Permit us then, in our humble capacity, to say to the kind individuals who have thus extended their bounteous hands, that it shall be our constant prayer that no child of theirs may ever feel the bitter pangs of hunger and of cold, which too many of our little brethren have experienced, but which are now greatly alleviated. To the ladies and gentlemen who so kindly volunteered their efficient aid in the feast of sweet sounds on the occasion, we say, we sincerely regret that we are not competent to make known i...

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ANECDOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

ANECDOTES. “ His spirit will breathe, and the waters shall flow.” — Ps. cxlvii. It is grateful to witness the union of piety, in its native simplicity, with exalted talents: to see, as it were, Eagles of genius, when on the point of soaring aloft, or declining in the ebbing energy of their flight, fix a supplicating eye on the source of light, health and vigour, again to be renewed by its reanimating ray.—Such are the Men, who, conscious of the vastness of their own powers, yet still more conscious of their frailty, incessantly pay the tribute of dependence, in humbly soliciting the continuance of their faculties of | body and mind, and the grace to employ them to the glory of the Omnipotent Giver. “ Haydn, when in composition he felt the ardour of his imagination to decline, or was stopt by some difficulty that seemed insurmountable, rose from his piano-forte, and ran to the Rosary. This resource in his difficulties, he used to say, never failed. 4 When I was employed upon the Crea...

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MARRIED [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

MARRIED On the 21st ult. in the Church of the Holy Cross in this City, Mr. James Horriqan, to Miss Hannah Sheehan. Mr. Joseph Stansbury, to Miss Elizabeth Rhino. Mr. Richard Dowlkn, to Mrs. Nancy Simmons. Mr. Philip Pendergast, to Miss Ann Farley. On the 22d ult. Mr. Campbell, to Miss Mary Hughes. Mr. Francis Conner, to Miss Margaret Ha. vis.

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PROSPECTUS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

PROSPECTUS. EXPOS TUX. A TOR f OR YOUNG CATHOLIC’S GUIDE, A Roman Catholic Newspaper, with this Title, will make its appearance in the City of Boston in the course of the ensuing March. Its object will be to explain the Principles of the Roman Catholic Religion in a plain and easy style, adapted to the comprehension of the youth of the rising generation. They will be thereby enabled to account for their Faith, and be ready to satisfy every one that asketh them a reason of the hope, which is in them, and thus verify the words of the Royal Prophet—“ Out of the mouth of infants and of sucklings thou has perfected praise, because of thy enemies, that thou mayest destroy the enemy and the avenger.” It will guard the Catholic youth against the misrepresentations of “ the Wicked One,” and his Co-operators, who, “ teaching the doctrines of men,” (i have an evil heart of unbelief to depart from the living God” and the Church which he sanctified unto himself in the confirmed power of the Holy...

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List of Agents for the JESUIT, OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

List of Agents for the JESUIT, OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Hugh Maguire Quebec. Maurice Moriarty Montreal. Rev. J. Mahony Salem. Patrick Powers Lowell. Patrick Mooney Boston. Rev. R. D. Woodley Providence. W illiam McElroy Charlestown. John McGuigan Philadelphia. Fielding Lucas Baltimore. John D. Murphy Washington, D. C. Mm. S. Ruin Charleston, S. C.

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