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Page 220 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 March 1830

FOR SALE; AT P. MOONEY’S CATHOLIC BOOK-STORE, Federal Street, Boston. A WINTER 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 Hardman. 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 The arguments are irresistible, and are presented in 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 dispc**ed persons, who are desirous to seek, find and embrace the Truth of the “ one fold” and the “ one Pastor.”

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829)
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 13 March 1830

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Ei 6 05OJ U7r;p jjp.sv, rig xai)’ rjfx-uv ; —si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos ?—if god be for us, who is against us ? rom. viii. xxxi. VOL. I. BOSTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1830. XO. XXVIII. The JESUIT; Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday ,) by WILUIAIVT SMITH, for the at s'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 13, 1830.

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WORSHIP IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 13 March 1830

WORSHIP IN GENERAL. [concluded from no. 27 —page 214.] To limit Divine worship to interior homage shews an ignorance of human nature. Such a restriction is at variance with the feeling and instinct which are invariably repugnant to sophistry, and which influence the universal family of man. Who is the man that does not perceive an intimate connection between the affections of the soul and their manifestation, and that it is impossible for him to be deeply penetrated with a feeling without exhibiting it? Where is the man of feeling who does not give proofs of sympathy for another’s wo? Who is the respectful and tender hearted child, that by his conduct does not demonstrate his filial piety and love? What people has ever honoured its superior magistrates without evincing a visible testimony of consideration and respect? Yet inconsistent infidels would have the religious feelings of the human heart to be sincere without any sensible demonstration of their effects! This is contrary to n...

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INQUISITION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 13 March 1830

INQUISITION. Amidst the numerous, assassin attempts which heresy, Herod-like, has made to ex- [ terminate the Holy One and His august religion, from the face of the earth, The Inquisition of Spain has long been considered by her as a favorite topic, whereby she deemed it politic to work upon the minds of the ignoj rant and the profane, as well as upon the ; moral and the virtuous. She invariably, [ from her natural disposition, perverts truth, ' and from the lamentable period of a nicknam{ed Reformation, which was engendered in crime and baptized in blood, to the present stage of its inveterate and revolutionary developement, she mocks authentic history, closes her eyes against the True light, and with her unhallowed trident of infidelity, anarchy and falsehood, violently agitates the calm, and tranquil ocean of social confidence, harmony and love. The truth, as it is in Jesus and his Apostolic Church, is as abhorrent to I her fury-heart, as was the mirror of Perseus to the Gorgon M...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 13 March 1830

The Public are respectfully informed that owing to the encouraging and extensive circulation of the “ Jesuit, or Catholic Sentinel,” only Fifteen Numbers of the last half year remain on hand. Gentlemen, therefore, who are anxious to have the regular series of this Work from the beginning, ought to make early application. A writer in the Christian Watchman of the 26th ult. with the signature G. whom indeed we have noticed a great deal too much this some time past, for his own good, if it has been a cause of temptation to him on the score of vanity, or has led him to claim any consequence to himself from it; and certainly a great deal more than any of the articles with their respective signatures deserved, and which, we can assure him, would have been left free to immortalize their elegant author by their own intrinsic merit, but for a few of the topics which happened to be introduced into them, and which seemed to us to require some explanation in a country where so much prejudice ex...

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THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER X. OF THE SACRIFICE OF THE MASS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 13 March 1830

THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER X. OF THE SACRIFICE OF THE MASS. [continued from no. 27 —page 217.] Objections of our Adversaries, refuted. 9. First Objection. Sacrifice should be offered to God, and not eaten by men; but the Eucharist is eaten by men: Therefore, it is not a sacrifice. We answer. That the latter part of the Major is false; for the Paschal Lamb was a true sacrifice and was eaten by the Hebrews. In like manner, the PeaceOfferings were sacrifices, and yet a part of them was reserved for the use of the Priests and the Offerers. 10. Second Objection. What is a sacrament cannot be at the same time a sacrifice; but the Eucharist is a Sacrament; Therefore, ! it cannot be at the same time a sacrifice. They thus attempt to prove the Major,— Sacrament and Sacrifice are opposed to each other; for, in a Sacrament, we receive something from God: in a Sacrifice, we give something to God. But what is received, and what is given, cannot be identified. We reply: That the Major is false, fro...

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OHIO. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 13 March 1830

OHIO. We feel much gratified at the communication received from our correspondent in this State, and trust that the respectable inhabitants of the town of Hamilton will have am- | pie reason to bless that God who mercifullyconducted them to the prosecution of their pious enterprise. Ohio will soon experience the advantages of which Kentucky has been for some time partaking by reason of the Tabors of the nuns of St. Dominick and of the Sisters of Charity. —May God bless their work. To the Editors of the U. S. Catholic Miscellany, Charleston , (>S. C.) Gentlemen; The following document, recently presented to the Right Rev. Bishop Fenwick, of Cincinnati, is not only an instance of libera- lity, bat an honorable testimony in favor of the good old order of things , when the Christian world reposed in peace, within the sa- 1 cred enclosure of the one fold , and obeyed the voice of the one shepherd, deputed by! Christ to prevent the lambs and the sheep from wandering into noxiou...

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FROM THE U. STATES CATHOLIC MISCELLANY. EAST INDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 13 March 1830

FROM THE U. STATES CATHOLIC MISCELLANY. EAST INDIES. We learn by accounts from Europe, that the Jesuits are about to renew their useful and energetic efforts for reclaiming to the knowledge of truth and the practice of virtue, the children of the East. How many of the venerable fathers of this society have braved the greatest perils, and undergone the greatest labours, have lived a tedious and protracted martyrdom in pestilential climes, under the burning sun, or in the midst of perpetual snow, associated with the rude savage, and cut off from every consolation—save the intercourse with heaven, in order to promote the glory oi God and the salvation of souls! About this time we believe that twenty-four members of the Society of Jesus are upon the point of leaving the eternal city of Rome for Sumatra , to preach the gospel; and twentyfour others are, we understand, destined to proceed to the factories in the Island of Borneo. May God fill them with his spirit, and bless their labours....

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YOUNG CATHOLIC’S GUIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 13 March 1830

YOUNG CATHOLIC’S GUIDE. A Roman Catholic Newspaper, with this Title, will make its appearance under the auspices of “ the Jesuit,” in the City of Boston in the course of this month. 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. , O D 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, u-hic/i 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 H...

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Page 228 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 13 March 1830

FOR SALE, AT P. MOONEY’S CATHOLIC BOOK-STORE, Federal Street, Boston. A WINTER EVENING DIALOGUE, between Jolm Hardman and John Cardwell, or Thoughts on thk Rule of Faith, in a series of Letters, addressed to the Authors of “ Letters to the Clergy of the Catholie Church, and more especially to the Rev. Thomas Sherburn of Kirkham, in Lancashire.” By John Hardman. 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 The arguments are irresistible, and are presented in 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) — 20 March 1830

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Ei’ o osog virsp rjfxuv, rig xod’ ijp-wv ;—si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos I —ip god be for us, xvho is against us ?—rom. viii. xxxi. VOL,. I. BOSTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1830. NO. XXIX. The JESUIT? Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday,) by ~W IXjXiI A.IVE SMITH; 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 20, 1830.

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OF THE RELIGION WHICH GOD GAVE THE FIRST MAN AND HIS DESCENDANTS, DOWN TO JESUS CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 20 March 1830

OF THE RELIGION WHICH GOD GAVE THE FIRST MAN AND HIS DESCENDANTS, DOWN TO JESUS CHRIST. At the moment that God created the first man, he manifested himself to him, and made him distinctly comprehend all the relations in which he stood bound to himself: at this moment man was acquainted with all his duties to God, as the Supreme Being, as his Creator, as his absolute master, as his last end, and from whom alone he could hope for his ultimate happiness. God imprinted on his heart the idea of order, and in this idea, shewed him all his duties; this is not only proved by his own words, but it also is manifest to reason that God, being infinitely wise and just, found it expedient to grant unto man that portion of knowledge, which was indispensable for the discharge of those duties which were laid upon him, and were inseparable from his nature; man being at all times, and in all circumstances, bound to those duties, it is certain that he must have had sufficient light given him to discove...

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INQUISITION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 20 March 1830

INQUISITION. Who does not know that, in countries where perfect obedience is practised, the Priest is dispensed from deposing as a witness in all capital proceedings, and that in States where this privilege has not been allowed him, he enjoys at least the benefit of the Protestant Act, whereby he testifies in pure obedience to justice, and sues only for mercy ? Never did a Priest, as a functionary of the Law, ascend the scaffold. Whenever he appeared on such a tragic stage, his part was to act the Martyr for the cause of Truth, or, as the happy Consoler of condemned humanity. He preaches mercy and clemency, and in no part of the globe did he ever shed any blood but his own. The Church, the chaste spouse of the Son of God, who, in imitation of her glorious Bridegroom, well knows how to pour out her blood/or others, but not to draw that of others, entertains with regard to murder, a peculiar horror, and in a manner fully proportionate to the special light, which her God has given her....

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 20 March 1830

“Tros Tyriusve mihi nullo discrimine agetur.” — VIR. Trojans, or Tyrians are alike to ns, only so far as they deviate from, or adhere to, what we esteem, the TRUTH. Under the head Catholicism and Freemasonry, we find a long article in the Boston Masonic Mirror of the 6th instant, in which the writer gives himself much trouble to prove, what, we believe, has never been questioned by any, viz. that Catholics , collec- * The question then is not concerning a pure, or mere heretic, but an heretical apostate, that is, a Spanish subject convicted of having apostatized, and given external proofs of it— otherwise no suit would have been instituted. t The declaration is levelled against the relapser. The culprit who acknowledges his crime and says; I have finned, and am truly sorry for it, is invariably pardonsd (such mercy is unparallelled in the records of any jther Bench in the universe) —If, notwithstanding, he •eturns, like the dog to its vomit, to the same errors, af;er having received...

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THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER XI. OF PURGATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 20 March 1830

THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER XI. OF PURGATORY. [continued from no. 28 —page 227.] 1. The point now in question is, whether there be any place, after death, in which the souls of the just, who depart this life without having fully satisfied the justice of God for former transgression, are purified, before they are admitted into celestial glory.—The Luj therans, Calvinists, and all Protestants an- swer in the negative. The Catholics maintain in the affirmative, and prove their position, principally by four arguments —The first is taken from the suffrages made by the living for the dead. The second is from the circumstance, that when the guilt of mortal sin is remitted, the whole punishment due to it, is not always remitted. The third, that the just sometimes die in the state of venial sins. The fourth is drawn from the Scriptures and Fathers. Each of these arguments, we shall illustrate, and then refute the Objections of our Adversaries. 2. Accordingly, the first argument is to this effec...

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Objections Refuted. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 20 March 1830

Objections Refuted. 6. The first objection is; that the Scripture declares that there are only two places for departed souls after this life; one of happiness in heaven, the other of the torments in hell, Matt. 25. 46. These shall go into i eternal punishment; hut the just into life everlasting;— We ansiver: That after the day of judgment, there will be only two places for adults, as is evident from the text already I quoted. But now , as was the case in the Old Law, there are more: For if there were only two, let our Adversaries tell us, in what place were the souls of those, who after death were raised to life again ? In what manner was the Son of the widow of Sarepta resuscitated by Elias: the Son of the Sunamite woman by Elisseus—the son of the widow in Naim, the daughter of Jairus, the Ruler of the Synagogue, and Lazarus in Bethania all of whom were resuscitated by Christ: Tabitha by the Apostle Peter: Eutychus by St. Paul: Where we ask, were their souls before they were recall...

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EFFECTS OF PRIVATE JUDGMENT IN THE INTERPRETATION OF THE HOLY BIBLE!!! [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 20 March 1830

EFFECTS OF PRIVATE JUDGMENT IN THE INTERPRETATION OF THE HOLY BIBLE!!! Among serious Christians, who profess to make the discovery and practice of Religion their first and earnest care, three different Methods, or Rules have been adopted for this purpose. The first consists in a supposed ! Private Inspiration , or an immediate light and motion of God’s spirit, communicated to the individual. This was the Rule of Faith and conduct formerly professed by the Montanists, j the Anabaptists, the Family of Love, and is now professed by the Quakers, the Moravians, and different classes of the Methodists, The second of these Rules, is the Written Word of God, or THE BIBLE, according as jit is understood by each particular reader, or hearer of it. This is the professed rule of the more regular sects of Protestants, such as the Lutherans, the Calvinists, the Socinians, the Church-of-England-men. The third Rule is THE WORD OF GOD, at large, whether written in the Bible, or handed down from the ...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 20 March 1830

NOTICE. We were much pleased on beholding a luminous refutation of the lying scurrilities, palpable blunders, and malicious machinations of an infamous, New York Weekly Paper, nick-named “ The Protestant,” and recommended by a locust-legion of heretical pseudo-clergymen. A friend had been kind enough to forward us the first three Numbers of that Billingsgate production. We looked upon it as immeasurably beneath our notice, and determined not to lose time, or waste paper in dissecting it. We have treated it with all the dignified chastisement of silence, for we were, as we are, convinced that the intelligence, morality and piety of the decided majority of our American citizens have already darted the withering frown of contempt upon it. We should not have alluded to that uniform texture of malicious falsehood, even now, had we not been kindly presented with a very instructive and well written Pamphlet, called The Protestant’s Abridger and Annotator, by the Rev. Felix Varela, No. I. N...

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