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Whether the Discipline of the Church, like her Doctrine, be unchangeable. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

Whether the Discipline of the Church, like her Doctrine, be unchangeable. We have been reproached with having changed •the ancient discipline of the church, by abolishing the ancient customs and introducing new. This is an accusation that must not be passed over in silence. We make a distinction between the Doctrine and the Discipline of the church. Truth being immutable, its doctrine can never change \ it always has been unvaried, because the Catholic church, its de- | pository, has, according to the promise of Jesus Christ 1 1 been always assisted by the Holy Ghost. We have I shown that the reformers, on the contrary, made innovations in doctrine. We have shown that they j were in union neither amongst themselves, nor with us; and that these variations grow out of the very principle upon which the reformers pretended to justify their revolt from the Catholic church, j - Herdoctrinecannever vary; but this is not the case j with her discipline. Law's that were the most wise at their...

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The Seasons of the principal changes that have taken place in the Discipline of the Church. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

The Seasons of the principal changes that have taken place in the Discipline of the Church. In the time of the Apostles some Jewish converts pretended that the faithful were obliged to observe | the ceremonie's of the old law, and accused St. Paul of condemning them. To prevent the trouble which ! began to arise in the church on this subject, the Apostles assembled for deliberation, and after a carc--1 ful examination they decided that Jesus Christ had ; exempted us from the ceremonial practices of the Mosaic Law; but still, not to shock the Jewish con--1 verts, they did not wholly forbid the practice of them ; they even enjoined abstinence from the blood of anii mals,’ in conformity to the prohibition which God i made to Noah. For the same wise reasons, St. Paul accomplished in the temple the vow of the Nazarene’s and caused Timothy to be circumcised. But when the circumstances were changed, the use of blood was no longer forbidden and the Jewish ceremonies were entirely abolished....

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[From the Kingston Patriot.] [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

[From the Kingston Patriot.] At a public meeting lately held in Kingston, U. Canada, j upon the propriety of petitioning his Excellency for the establishment of stated Fairs, as substitutes for the moral nuisances known by the name of Camp Meetings and revival parties ) Mr. Dawe On seconding the first resolution, addressed the Chairman and observed, —that the • humble situation in which he was placed in the community, would have effectually deterred him from obtruding I himself thus publicly upon the notice of his fellow I townsmen, had he not been requested by several | highly respectable individuals to address the meeting; and, however flattered he might feel by the j compliment they had paid him, he could not but reIgret, that they had not selected some gentleman, whose influence, local knowledge, and talents, would have better qualified him to do justice to the important occasion on which they were assembled. The establishment of Fairs, he was informed, had 1 loner been consider...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

The following items of one /. Scuddgr , an itinerant Gospeller, and the accompanying remarks made by a Protestant, may not be uninteresting to unbigotted Protestants, as well as to Catholics.

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MISSIONARY SCHEMES. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

MISSIONARY SCHEMES. If the world is to be converted through the instrumentality of such means as are now in operation, it is to be feared, that unless very different plans for collecting funds be adopted, the time of its conversion isTar distant. Permit me to repeat what I said in reference to one of these plans in a former letter. “ I fear that unless the custom of leaving legacies to the church obtains, the work of evangelizing the world will go on very slowly, and thousands of millions be lost for ever before the gospel shines upon the benighted lands.” I formerly made a calculation respecting the probable result, if this custom should ' prevail. With some additions allow me to mention it here. I suppose that among the contributors to Missionary, Bible and Tract Societies in the United States, there may be 500 persons worth 8100,000 — 2000 worth 60,000—4000 worth 25,000—10,000 10,000 —and 20,000 worth $5OOO. If these were to Joequeath a tenth part to the church, the sum would amo...

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[From the London Truth Teller, of 2d October, 1824.] CHARACTER OF THE IRISH. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

[From the London Truth Teller, of 2d October, 1824.] CHARACTER OF THE IRISH. Since we wrote “ the Spirit of the English Press,” we have read Mr. Cobbett’s Letter to the King, published in his Register of to-day. “On the means ofj giving Peace and Content to Ireland, and of making! that country a source of strength instead of weakness, in case of War.” In that letter Mr. Cobbett gives a character of the Irish people far different from that we have noticed in the Macclesfield Courier, &c. We are happy to avail ourself of the powerful pen of the most able writer in vindication of the character of this most abused and calumniated people in the world, and we take this opportunity to thank Mr. Cobbett for the services he has rendered in eliciting the Truth and exposing the hypocrisy of a base and venal press. 1 “ As to the character of the Irish,” writes Mr. Cobbett, “your Majesty yourself has witnessed their ardour and their gratitude. Their quickness of con- ception certainl...

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The King's Reply to the Address of the Corporation of Dublin. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

The King's Reply to the Address of the Corporation of Dublin. We copy from the London T Hues and Sun, the followin'/ remarks on the liberal tone and laudable spirit that breathes through the King’s answer to the Dublin Corporation. We take for granted that the exclusively loyal and conservative corporation of the city of Dublin have by this time got quite enough of libelling their Sovereign to his face, and the House of Commons in his presence. No rebuke so severe, because none so cool and so. contemptuous, was ever within memory administered by wisdom, power, and public virtue, to a gang of busy and malicious blockheads. Perhaps the sentence of his Majesty’s answer, for which these great personages were least prepared, was that wherein the Sovereign was pleased to express such unbounded confidence in ‘his constitutional advisers.’ It seems to have been a pill not more easily digestible by those who remained behind the curtain, than by the puppets who came forth in scarlet gowns to ...

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[From Jamaica papers to the 2d March, inclusive.] SECTARIAN PREACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

[From Jamaica papers to the 2d March, inclusive.] SECTARIAN PREACHERS. Yesterday, a party consisting of ten privates, under the command of Serjeant Popkin, marched for Roehampton Estate, to assist in the execution of the rebel (Japt. Doman, belonging to that property. The party j arrived about noon, when the preparations for his execution commenced, and the negroes being employed mostly about the works, were called oft’to witness the solemn spectacle. The culprit expressed a wish to see his wife and children three or four in number, which was readily complied with. He seemed to j j have self-possession, and addressed the surrounding multitude in a last farewell. His wife said, “ after you are dead—we will hear from you.” Doman nodded assent. There was not a single whisper escaped the lips of the spectators. They behaved with great decorum. His head was afterwards severed from his body and placed on the lightning rod, over the boiling house. The negroes then dispersed to their severa...

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[From the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

[From the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] The following article is taken from the Albany Telegraph: in it the writer draws a comparison between the Greek schismatic church and the church of Rome ; and in the wisdom of the fathers of the reformation would condemn both to be idolatrous. — Now the question arises—were Photius and his followers, who lived in the 9th century, or the reformers of the 16th, more capable of knowing what the Telegraph is in the habit of calling Romish errors? We thank the editor for the selection, as it tends more to ratify the truth of Catholicity, than he is able to refute—to the contemplation of it we invite him ; it is at his own choice to review it.

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GREEK AND ROMAN CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

GREEK AND ROMAN CHURCHES. There was an appearance of friendship, kept up between the church of Rome and that of Constantinople, for seven centuries from the time of the spread of Christianity. The apostolic church was founded in Greece before that of Rome; but the Romish prelates assumed the right of being considered the great head of the Christian church, which the bishops of Constantinople hasconstantiy denied ithem. Disputes had long existed on various subjects, particularly on the use of images, which the Greek patriarchs condemned as idolatrous. These disputes proceeded to such a length, that in the year 858, pope Nicholas 1. condemned the election which had been made by the emperor Michael, of Photius, to the post of Grand patriarch ibf Constantinople ; and excommunicated Photius. But Photius so far from conceding to Nicholas the right of superiority, assembled a council of divines at Constantinople, and answered the Romish bull by another, in which he excommunicated the Pope ...

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ILLUSTRATION OF THE PRIVATE JUDGMENT PRINCIPLE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

ILLUSTRATION OF THE PRIVATE JUDGMENT PRINCIPLE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. At an annual meeting of this Society held in London, Lord Bexley in the chair, the report of the committee was read by the secretary, from which it Appeared that the total number of copies of the Scrip*lures circulated the last year was 343,849, being an increase of 35,600 on the number circulated io the preceding year —making the total number of copies circulated since the commencement of the Society, 7,424,727. The amount of the funds received last year was T9.5,42 4 2s. 3d. being an increase of $lO,441 above those of the preceding year. The expenditure of the last year was $83,209, being a total expenditure since the commencement of the Society of T1,779,972 2s. 3d. In the last year, 164 new Societies were formed, being 36 more than had been formed in the previous year. The report then went on to advert to the union which, previous to the present year, had existed in the Society, and to the necessi...

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MISREPRESENTATION DETECTED. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

MISREPRESENTATION DETECTED. The following letter of the Right Rev. Doctor Kinsella shows how the Catholic clergy are belied and misrepresented by Orange Journals through Ire- ;i land. Th & Moderator may betaken as a sample, 1 ! how other papers, that advocate the same cause, are!; to be adhered to for truth. To the Editor of the Dublin Evening Post. Kii.KEjrjrv, Jan. 7, 1832. Sir :—The Editor of the Kilkenny Moderator having this day published some remarks on an article which appeared in The. Dublin Evening Post, relative to a transaction in which I am concerned, i deem it necessary to state, in a few words, th e facts of the case. The Moderator had stated that a priest in this Ij country had, on the altar, designated the king’s soldiers as “murderers.” On seeing this charge, I wrote to the editor, requesting of him to inform me of the priest’s name, as 1 wished to inqure into the matter, and warning him that his refusal to name the priest would be taken as a proof thqt ...

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The late Orange Meeting in Fermanagh. To the Editor of the Dublin Register. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

The late Orange Meeting in Fermanagh. To the Editor of the Dublin Register. Enniskillen, Jan. 26, 1832. • Sir: —l beg you will let the friends of reform and i peace know through your respectable paper, that the fOrange anti-reform meeting of* Fermanagh, held I here on yesterday, was a complete failure. I am told such were the exertions of the corruptionists, ( that Lordlings have been known to get as drunk as a ' Lord, in cabins in this country, during the last month, making Orangemen preparatory to the meeting,— i[ The rabble of the town commenced the night before || with yells of “ No Popery,” and the tunes religions- ’ j ly dedidcated to that article of their faith. Ail this was carried on without interruption from the magisi Urates or police, who, though they lately received j orders from government to perambulate the town {at night, would not interrupt their brethren in insultling the Catholics or government itself. The day before the meeting, the Marquis of Ely, a privy counci...

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things as they ought to be. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

things as they ought to be. 1 ithes.—The Dean ofLrighlin, in a letter to the Bishop ot London, says ;—“ The objection now raised in Dublin against tithes, is not so much directed to remove any excess of charge which has been made, as against the payment of any income whatever to the clergy. Newfoundland. — We are rejoiced to find that the exertions of i\lr. P. Morris have, proved successful, and that Government are about to authorize a Local Legislature” in that important Colony. Our able and patriotic countryman, Mr. Patrick" Morris, ot Waterford, has for many years urged upon the British Government the justice and expediency of such a step. His efforts and the wish of the people have been attended to—in this, Government have acted wisely. —Dublin Alorning Dost.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

We abstain from commenting upon the outrageous assertions and calumnies of our friend Mr. Duane, against the venerable church of Christ, in compliment to this day, on which we solemnize the tragic end of the Messiah, who was wounded for our iniquities and bruised for our sins. Llappy would it have been for all Sectarians, if instead of attempting to divide and tear up the seamless garment of Christ they returned to their much insulted mother, confessed and did penance for their sins, and by a public declaration conjured the congregations they have been hitherto leading astray, to retrace their steps,, abandon the broken cisterns of corrupt doctrine, and be converted to the living water of Catholic Truth. Before we furnish our readers with a few gleanings relative to “ Holy Week,” we feel bound to state, that in the hurry of the moment, when commenting upon Mr. Doane’s extracts in the last Number, and when speaking of the promises which the Saviour made to St. Peter, the expression, ...

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POETRY. [Selected for the Catholic Intelligencer.] BIRTH SONG. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

POETRY. [Selected for the Catholic Intelligencer.] BIRTH SONG. Angel of Welcome. Hail, new-waked atom of the Eternal whole, Young voyager upon Time's rapid river ! Hail to thee Human Soul, Hail, and for ever ! Chorus of Cherubim. A life has just begun ! A life has just begun ! Another soul has won The glorious spark of being ! Pilgrim of life, all hail ! He who at first called forth, From nothingness the earth ! Who piled the mighty hills, and dug the sea, Who gave the stars to gem Night like a diadem. Thou little child, made thee ! Young creature of the earth. Fair as its flowers, though brought in sorrow forth, Hail, all hail ! Angel of Welcome. •The Heavens themselves shall vanish as a scroll ; The solid Earth dissolve : The Sun grow pale : But thou, oh Human Soul, Shall be immortal. Hail 1 Chorus of Cherubim. A life has just begun 1 A life has just begun ! Another soul has won ' The glorious spark of being ! Oh young immortal, hail 1 He before whom are dim Seraph and cherubim ; ...

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DIRGE OF DEATH. Angel of Departure. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

DIRGE OF DEATH. Angel of Departure. Shrink not, oh Human Spirit, The Everlasting Arm is strong to save ! Look up—look up, frail nature, put thv trust In Him who went down mourning to the dust, And overcame the grave ! Chorus of Ministering Spirits. ’Tis nearly done. Life’s work is nearly done, Watching and weariness and strife I One little struggle more, One pang and it is o’er, Then farewell life ! Farewell, farewell, farewell, Kind friends, ’tis nearly past. Come, come and look your last ! Sweet'children, gather near. And that last blessing hear, — See how he loved you, who departeth now ! And, with thy trembling step and pallid brow. Oh most beloved one Whose breast he leant upon, Come, faithful unto death, And take his latest breath ! Farewell—farewell—farewell ! Angel of Departure. Hail, disinthralled spirit ! Thou that the wine-press of the field hast trod ! On, blest Immortal, on, through boundless space. And stand with thy Redeemer face to face. And bow before thy God ! ' Ch...

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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER iJohn Tardi, Quelec. h Maurice Mori arty, Montreal. |jßev. C. D. French, Portland, Maine. jj Rev. J. O Callaghan, Burlington, Vt. I: James M’iXally, Swanton, Vt. | Patrick Mooney, Boston. Patrick Denvir, \ Charlestown and ( Lechmere Point. Joiln Green,' Milton. , Rev. J. Mahony, - £ Lowell. Patrick Powers, “ jCapt. Newport,-j Salem. D. O Callahan, Watertown, .Mass. Rev. P. Connolly, Sandwich, Mass. Rev. Mr. Ryan, Jf hitefield , Maine. Rev. John Corry, Taunton and Prov. Michael Kearney,—. JVew Vork. Patrick John M’Namara, Rochester, JV. V. , Rev. F. O'Donohce, Salina, JV. F. Thomas Mooney, Brooklyn, JV. V. John Manning,- —Albany, JV. V. Edward M'Coughin, 5 Ticondaroga, Essex * \ County, JV. J. Rev. P. Rafferty, Pittsburgh, Pa. John Spalding, ( Pleasant Hill, Chau \ Co. Md. John D. Murphy, Washington, T>. C. Rev, Mr. Van Lommel, —- Georgetown , E. C. Robert Camm, J\'orfolk, Va. Joseph Haseltine, :...

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Page 240 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY. BY Bishop Poynter, of London. The Editors of the United States Catholic <lntelligencer have put the above valuable work to press, and will shortly republish it, on good paper, in a large 18mo. form ; at the very low price of fifty cents per copy. Our Agents and the Clergy of the South and West will please to transmit their orders, post paid, for this work, to the Editors of the Catholic Intelligencer. Feb. 10. TAILOIiI N G. DANIEL M’GOWAN respectfully informs hi? friends and the public, that he has opened a Store at 59 Congress Street, where, by his unremitting attention to business in the TAILORING LINE, and the satisfactory references he can give, to gentlemen in this city, for punctuality and competency, he expects to receive a portion of that patronage which a discriminating public are ever known to bestow. Oct. 1. UR. 3. H. SESITSJ. No. 11, Aiki uson Street. P. Denvir has removed his Catholic Bookstore to Austin Street, near the Catholic Ch...

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