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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 24 August 1833

Jksiirt; OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL,. El 6 9e6g iniQ Tls xaff ; —SI DEUS PRO nobis, quis CONTRA nos ?—IF god be for us, who is AGAINST US? ROM. VIII. XXXI VOL. IV. BOSTON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1833. NO. XXXIY. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday) by HENRY U. DEVEREUX, for the Proprietors, at $2 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 11 Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, AUGUST 24, 1833.

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[Translated for the Jesuit.] CHAPTER XII. ON MYSTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 24 August 1833

[Translated for the Jesuit.] CHAPTER XII. ON MYSTERIES. I. Let us inquire what is a mystery. It is a positive eternal truth surpassing the sphere of human intelligence, which we can believe, but cannot understand. J*mch the Godhead, the trinity of person in the unity of substance. Such is in Jesus Christ the hypostolical union of the divine and human nature. 11. Are there mysteries? Yes there are mysteries, and they are a fundamental portion of our holy religion. Nothing but pride and stupidity can deny their existence. There are mysteries in the order of nature : mysteries in the order of reason : mysteries in the order of faith : mysteries in all things. The most exalted, the most refined, the most transcendant knowledge of any individual on earth, is no more than an atom in the immensity of knowledge of which he is bereft. 111. Of mysteries in the order of nature. Every thing coming from the hands of the Almighty, is marked with the stamp of incomprehensibility. “ And I understoo...

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[From Dallas’ “Conspiracy Detected and Exposed.”- Lon. 1815.] THE ORDER OF THE JESUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 24 August 1833

[From Dallas’ “Conspiracy Detected and Exposed.”Lon. 1815.] THE ORDER OF THE JESUITS. As St. Ignatius, in his pursuit of absolute perfection, thought no virtue foreign to his institute, so he judged no service, which churchmen could, yield to the public, foreign to his society. Without pretending to enumerate the various duties and occupations, which he recommends to its members, I select only a few, upon which he enters into more detailed instructions, and to which he specially calls the attention of all superiors, the zeal of all their subjects. They are, good example; prayer ; works of charity to the poor, the imprisoned, the diseased ; the writing of books of piety and religious instruction ; the use of the sacrament of penance ; preaching ; pious congregations; spiritual retreats ; national and foreign missions ; and education of youth in public and gratuitous schools. In the Catholic scheme of religion. eunh nf 1 thimrs ig dot .ned important ; and the united voice of all, who ...

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THE PASSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 24 August 1833

THE PASSIONS. The first sentiment that every truly converted sinner experiences with regard to himself, is a hatred of himself. This hatred principally arises from his love for God. He considers himself as having been God’s enemy : under this aspect he cannot but hate himself, because he loves God: and he hates himself so much the more, as he loves God the more. From hence follow the motions of a holy indignation against himself. What does he not reproach himself with ? His audaciousness, his rebellion, his ingratitude, his insensibility. What, to have offended so great a God ! to have rebelled against so good a Father ! to have abused the natural gifts, and the graces of so generous a benefactor ! to have sullied with his thoughts, with his desires, with his actions, the looks of so pure and so holy a Being! to have despised the threatenings of his justice, and the promises of his mercy ! He does not stop at reproaches: he enters into the interests of God against himself, he reveng...

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[From the Edinburgh Catholic Magazine.] CHOLERA AND THE CLERGY. Infirmus eram et visitasti me. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 24 August 1833

[From the Edinburgh Catholic Magazine.] CHOLERA AND THE CLERGY. Infirmus eram et visitasti me. (Concluded.) At thq close of the fishing Season, Mr. Lovi proposed to return to his congregation at Heith; but the inhabitants rose en masse to prevent him, and the Board of Health petitioned. Bishop Ilayle to allow him to remain for some time longer. The worthy Bishop gave his consent. Such was the enthusiasm of the people, that many of-them fervently prayed that if they were to be seized with the cholera, they might take it before Mr. Love's departure, so that they might have the benefit of his attendance, so great was their confidence in his skill and successful mode of treatment. On returning to his lodgings, Mr. Lovi would often find a number of persons waiting for him‘to conduct him to the sick, and so eager were they to carry him to their respective friends, that it was no uncommon sight to see two or three persons laying hold of him at once, each contending for a prior claim upon h...

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CERTAINTY AND AUTHORITY OF THE TEACHING OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 24 August 1833

CERTAINTY AND AUTHORITY OF THE TEACHING OF CHRIST. It will not be deemed a rash or gratuitous assumption to affirm that Christ, who came to establish the empire of .truth over, the ruins of error and philosophy, would not have instituted a system necessarily productive of the consequences, which we have briefly detailed. It was one of the principal defects in the ancient philosophy, that even though its votaries were to arrive at truth, yet they wanted authority to enforce it. A Socrates or a Plato might have explored with patience the monuments of wisdom and learning, and extracted, with much ingenuity, the particles of truth from the mass of error, with which they were combined. Yet, those who were not blessed with similar leisure, or industry, or talent, could not follow him through the tedious process, nor appreciate the value of his discoveries. They could not, therefore, trust him except on the faith of his own professions, and the general opinion of his talents. But since oth...

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DEDICATION OF PORTLAND CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 24 August 1833

DEDICATION OF PORTLAND CATHOLIC CHURCH. On Sunday, the 11th inst., the Right Rev. Dr. Fenwick, attended by the Rev. Messrs. Ffrench, 1 Wiley and M’Namee proceeded to dedicate the new church in Portland. With the exception of the Cathedral in Boston, there is not so grand or a more architectural Catholic temple in the diocese of New England. One of the great and awful ceremonies of the Catholic religion is the dedication of a new church. The-solemn and majestic appearance of Dr. Fenwick, dressed in Pontificalibus, was peculiarly striking. The ceremonies elicited the admiration of the immense congregation, which consisted of people of different sects. After the solemn service, the Bishop preached, taking his text from the 3d book of Kings, 9th chap. “ And it came to pass when Soloman had finished the building of the house of the Lord, the Lord appeared to him, and said to him : I have chosen this place to myself as a house of Sacrifice, and my eyes shall be opened, and my ears shall b...

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[From the Truth Teller.] the BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 24 August 1833

[From the Truth Teller.] the BIBLE SOCIETY. Mr. Editor,— The Bible Society pubished a complete Catholic Spanish Bible, with all the books called by Protestants Apocrypha. When they had sold (as I am informed) about four thousand copies, it happened that I published my pamphlet of the three bibles, where this fact is proved, and whether for this reason or for any other . . . they published another edition without those books, confessing by this very fact their first crime accordingto Protestant principles, which they committed, as one of their defenders said, only through compliment to the Spaniads ! But now their second Spanish edition is exactly as the Doway Bible and Rheim’s Testament, which, to make use of the words of the Editor of the Reformation Advocate, contain the heresies which those base corrupters of the Bible, the Jesuits propagated. What will the Bible Society answer to this 1 The second crime with premeditation after a warn has been given to them, is still greater tha...

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POET6IY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 24 August 1833

POET6IY. [Selected for the Jesuit.] the martyr of scio. BT MRS. SIGOURNEY. Bright summer breath’d in Scio. Gay she hung', Her coronal upon the olive boughs, Flush’d the sweet clusters on the ripening vines, And shook fresh fragrance from the citron-groves, Till every breeze was satiate. But the sons Of that fair isle bore winter in their soul; For, ’mid the temples of their ancestors, And through the weeping mastic-bowers their step Was like the man who hears the oppressor’s voice, In nature’s softest echo ; an d the Turk, In solemn domination, mark’d the smoke Curl from his pipe around that ruin’d dome, Whence mighty Homer awed the listening world. Once, to the proud divan, with stately step, A youth drew near. Surpassing beauty sat Upon his princely brow, an d from his eye, A glance like lightning parted as he spoke : “ I had a jewel. p r oru my sires it came, In long transmission, and upon my soul There was a bond to ken? ft f° r my sons. ’Tis gone, and in its stead a false one s...

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Page 136 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 24 August 1833

Interments in the Catholic burying-ground since the publication of the last “ Jesuit.” Mary M’Coy, 11 months ; John Collins, 3months ; Mary Dowling, 37 years ; Johannah Malony, 10 months; Mary Donavan, 10 months. HOUSE FOR SALE. SALE—a 2 story wooden house, (nearly new) plea■J_M santly situated on Fourth Street, South Boston ; containing kitchen, parlor and five chambers; and a shop in. front. Good water and the necessary out buildings complete —said estate being owned by a person about leaving the city, will be sold low if immediate application is made to Aug. 17. ADIN HALL, No. 10 Exchange Street. FOR BOSTON. TO sail on the 10th of March next, from Dublin to Boston, the fast sailing brig Sisters, Captain Pitt ; to persons in Boston and vicinity, desirous of sending for their friends and securing their passage here, the present opportunity presents every facility in attaining that object. Terms made known by applying to D. Timoney, 15 Water Street. Reference to the Rt, Rev. Bishop ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 31 August 1833

The Jesuit; OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 Qe6s iniq -fifiibv , zlg xaff rifjubv ; —si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos?—if god be for us, who is against us?—rom. vhi. xxxi VOL. IV. BOSTON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1833. NO. XXXV. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear Saturday) by HENRY E. DEVEREUX, for the prietors, at $2 per annum, in advance. All Comrm tions must be post paid , and directed to the Editors c “ Jesuit,” Boston, Mass. The object is to explain, diffuse and defend the Prin of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office 11 Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, AUGUST 31, 1833.

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[Translated for the Jesuit.] CHAPTER .XII. ON MYSTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 31 August 1833

[Translated for the Jesuit.] CHAPTER .XII. ON MYSTERIES. X. . If I carry my thoughts beyond the consideration of my own mysterious self, the revolution of sea- 1 sons ; the vegetation of plants ; the fecundity of animals present so many new mysteries. How can a grain of seed cast into the earth produce successively a plant, a flower, a fruit? Whence comes the almost infinite multitude of animals, so prodigiously diverse, and yet so constantly uniform ? What is this vital principle which animates them, this instinct hy which they are conducted ? Nature holds out to me nothing but fathomless abysses. XI. Let me walk on the sea shore, I behold its waves increasing and diminishing twice ev’ery day ; I see it sometimes so furious, that its billows are like to swallow up the earth ; hut I observe that the violence of its surges exhausts itself on the beach. 1 am in admiration with jthe royal Prophet at thi? increasing of this element,* I seek for the cause in the | books of philosophers ;...

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BAD COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 31 August 1833

BAD COMPANY. O too pernicious friendship ! O seduction of the mind, when we say the one to the other, let us go, let us do ; and when we blush at not being impudent. Thus does St. Augustine express himself, on account of a theft which he committed with his companions at the age of sixteen. This theft had nothing in it that was attracting ; it was of a fruit that was unfit for eating, and his own garden furnished him with better. He owns that, had he been alone, he would not have thieved: and he ascribes this larceny to the seduction by which young people mutually encourage each other in evil doings. What happened to that great saint, still happens daily. Men corrupt, seduce, and.pervert each other : every thing concurs towards it ; example, persuasion and timidity ; the boldness and instigation of some, and the weakness and compliance of others. The contagion catches and spreads itself like fire. We all carry within us a certain fund of malice, which is not equal in every one, but m...

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THE CHRISTIAN NAME. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 31 August 1833

THE CHRISTIAN NAME. The blind hatred 0 f Christianity which the Pagans entertained, was such, that the mere name of Christian, in the absence °f all crime, sufficed for the infliction of every torture, as the illustrious Tertullian demonstrates. “ Since, then, says h e ’ 7 ou treat us in all respects differently from other culprits, and direct all your efforts to deprive us of our nar »e, (which we should forfeit were we to do things which Christians do not) you may perceiv®) that there is no crime in question, but a mere name., which certain considerations of jealousy render the object of persecution. The minds of men are so biassed thereby, that they are indisposed to attain to the certain knowledge of our religion, though they are well aware that they are unacquainted with it. They consequently believe without proof charges made against us; and they shrink from their investigation, lest those things which they wish to be regarded as facts, should be disproved : their object being...

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PROVINCIAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 31 August 1833

PROVINCIAL COUNCIL The proximate assemblage of our Prelates in Council which was announced in our last number, is an event at which we in common with the friends of religion and of order rejoice. That favourable results attended the last council, we think manifest, from the peace that has generally prevailed throughout the various portions of our church since that period, and which is owing, in a great measure at least, to its enactments. From the next we anticipate still happier results, as the attention ot the venerable Prelates will necessarily be directed to objects of still greater importance than those which on the former occasion occupied them. A systematic and uniform mode of government, and a regular and judicious plan of procedure in the nomination ol Bishops, are of vital consecpionce for the advancement of the interests of religion. The Holy Council of Trent, conscious of the necessity of proceeding with order in the choice of subjects for the Episcopacy, ordained that a...

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A CARD. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 31 August 1833

A CARD. Dr. Smith begs leave to inform his friends and the public, that his health is now sufficiently re-estab-lished to enable him to attend to his professional avocations. 11 Atkinson St. Aug. 31.

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WHO SHOULD INTERPRET THE WORD OF GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 31 August 1833

WHO SHOULD INTERPRET THE WORD OF GOD. If it appeared that Christ had delegated to others the supreme right, which he could surely have exercised, of interpreting his word, they too would be entitled to Hie same acquiescence in their decisions. He that delegates his authority, expects that it will be respected in the individual, on whom it is transferred. That Christ could have transferred a portion of his own power on the Apostles and their successors, will not be controverted. The more ample the prerogatives, the easier it is to associate others to their participation. Though the fullness of the attributes of the Divinity is incommunicable, yet his omnipotence can invest his creatures with the most extraordinary privileges and graces. That Christ, then, while on earth, was the supreme guardian and expounder of his own word, whose interpretation no Christian could presume to canvass, is a truth that cannot be denied : that he could have communicated to his Apostles and their success...

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PHILADELPHIA CONTROVERSY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 31 August 1833

PHILADELPHIA CONTROVERSY. ' Princeton , N. J., 26 th July, 1833. Rev. John Breckinridge, liev. Sir —Allow me in tins way to remind you that the period for which the controversy was to continue has now just elapsed. The letter now in press ends the six months, beyond which, according to mutual agreement, the correspondence was not to go. If, however, it should be deemed proper by the disputants to prosecute the discussion still further in the columns of the Presbyterian, it will be necessary that there should be previously a personal arrangement and definite limitation of time, between youri self and Mr Hughes. A reply, addressed to tlie care of the publishers, will be esteemed by me as a favor. An exact duplicate of this letter is carried by the same mail to the Rev. Mr. Hughes, in pursuance of that impartiality which it has been my endeavor to maintain. Respectfully yours, James W. Alexander, Ed. of the Presbyterian. To the Rev. John Hughes, Sir —On my return from Baltimore this mo...

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SEARCH THE SCRIPTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 31 August 1833

SEARCH THE SCRIPTURES. “ Search the Scriptures ; for you think in them to have life everlasting: and the same are they that give, testimony of me •” “ -And you will not corns to me, that you may have life." John vi, 39. “ The common and trite exposition of this text affirms, that the Pharisees were excited by the Sa- viour by a kind of command, to investigate the Scriptures, that they might thence gather testimonies concerning Christ. But since he added : and you will not come to me : and subjoined the reason of the investigation : for you think in them to have life everlasting : this speech can by no means be uttered by way of command, but as a judgment. For if it is read as a command, since the whole discourse on account of the connexion must be similarly uttered, he would have said : Search and come to me. But he does not say so : but says, “ you ivill not come to me.” The sense then is : since he saw that they gathered many testimonies against him from the books of Moses, dilige...

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