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Proofs of the truth of the Gospel, drawn from the personal character of the Evangelists. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 29 May 1830

Proofs of the truth of the Gospel, drawn from the personal character of the Evangelists. When a history that contains great and interesting events has been written and published by a contemporary author, who writes what he was witness to, or what was recent and publicly known at the time, and not contradicted by any person either of the people amongst whom he lived, or of the neighbouring people, such history is universally considered as true, and worthy of belief, whosoever may be the author; for, in such a case, the history is furnished with the seal of the approbation of the age in which it was published; it must be considered as a judicial information of the events which it contains, with the signature of all its contemporaries. —A history with these characters is not so much the work of him who composed it, as of the people who solemnly avowed it, and [ who by such avowal, the same as say to all j succeeding generations, and to all other j people—To ye, O posterity, who shall s...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829)
Source: Boston College
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Proofs of the authenticity, of the Truth, and of the divinity of the books of the gospel, dream from the character of the writings of the Evangelists. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 29 May 1830

Proofs of the authenticity, of the Truth, and of the divinity of the books of the gospel, dream from the character of the writings of the Evangelists . If the books of the gospel be examined according to the rules of a wise and exact criticism, it will be found that no history can be more true than that which they contain; if they be judged by the personal character of those that wrote them, the same conclusion must necessarily follow. Thus far, we trust, our reasonings have been satisfactory, and that our readers are convinced; but these important objects must yet be followed up. Every man who will attentively read the books of the gospels, and who is endowed with sufficient penetration and depth of mind to comprehend the peculiar character of those admirable writings, to compare them with all the books that human genius has given birth to, and perceive the vast difference between one and the other, must pronounce without hesitation, not only that the books of the gospel are true, ...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829)
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INQUISITION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 29 May 1830

INQUISITION. [continued from page 304 —n0. 38.] In answer to the remark, that the convulsions of England are at an end, and although her present state cost her torrents of blood, yet she is now on such an elevation as to excite the envy of all the nations of the earth , I shall say that no one is obliged to purchase a future and uncertain benefit by great and positive misfortunes. The Sovereign who would calculate thus, is far from being acquainted with wisdom, or virtue. Consequently, the Kings of Spain,who, by shedding a comparatively insignificant portion of blood at once rebellious and impure , saved an ocean of the pure, patriotic and Christian blood of the land, had formed a much better estimate, and are relatively innocent. Besides, it has not only cost England torrents of blood to attain this truly unenviable elevation, but even her very Faith, her very all, as without it, it is impossible to please God. Her persecution apparently ceased with her established faith; no wonder...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 29 May 1830

Under the head Popery in Hungary, a slanderous article has been introduced into the columns of the Boston Recorder of the 19th Inst; said to be u confessions, as drawn up by Jesuits and forced upon converts to Popery in Hungary at the time of their public renunciation of the Protestant faith.” This Piece, like many others solely of protestant origin, appears to be now going the usual rounds. It was first seen in the Connecticut Observer printed at Hartford, a kindred Paper, and was there taken up and disposed of, a week or two ago, by the Catholic Press. As the Recorder Editors not being much in the habit of reading Catholic News-Papers published out of Boston, may not have seen the answer in that spirited and well conducted little Paper, we shall for their benefit and that of their readers generally, insert the whole article as it appeared in the Catholic Press. “POPERY IN HUNGARY.” The Editor of the Connecticut Observer in his zeal to prevent the growth of Popery j in this country...

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Order of the Jesuits, with the prominent features of the Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 29 May 1830

Order of the Jesuits, with the prominent features of the Institute. [continued from no. 37 —pace 298.] “It would be an extravagant exaggeration to assert, that all the followers of Ignatius emulated such high gifts: but it has been allowed, in general, by the best judges in the Catholic Church, and, in great measure, by persons of other communions, that a large portion of the founder’s original spirit was infused into the society, which he formed; and that Jesuits, cultivated by the mode of gov- | ernment and rules of life which he established, achieved feats in every country, which ■ religion must revere, and sound policy com- • mend. Their institute does not stop short of any perfection, which the author of it thought attainable by human weakness. He prescribes in it a variety of means, which his followers must employ, to yield service to all who surround them; and, though all could not be performed by each, he strongly confided, that his order would never be destitute ot men qual...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829)
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THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER XXI. OF JUSTIFYING FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 29 May 1830

THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER XXI. OF JUSTIFYING FAITH. [concluded from no. 38— page 308.] Third Question. 8. Does justifying faith differ from historical faith and the belief of miracles? Our Adversaries say that there are three kinds of faith. Ist. Historical, whereby we believe that whatever is contained in the Scripture is true. The second, that of miracles, whereby we believe, that God is able to do every thing. The third, is, that of promise, whereby we believe, that the promises of God are true, concerning the gratuitous remission of sins through the merits of Christ: To this they subjoin, that we are justified by the last alone which, they assert, is twofold; one general, whereby we believe, in a general manner that there is a promise of the remission of sins to all those, who believe in Christ. The other is special, whereby each one, in particular, applies that promise to himself, by believing that all his sins are remitted him; and that this special justice is, properly speakin...

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THE SCHEMES OF THE WICKED WILL BE REVEALED. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 29 May 1830

THE SCHEMES OF THE WICKED WILL BE REVEALED. The following Extract must be read with virtuous indignation, by every American Patriot and True Believer in the Gospel of Christ. The Missionary system, with its various ramifications, its impoverishing and desolating objects, will, unless speedily put down by the wisdom, integrity and respectability of our Country, destroy the freedom of the Union, and the religion of Heaven. [From the J\ r ew-England Galaxy .] Woahoo, Sandwich Islands, June 4, 1829. Sir, —In the Boston Recorder, of August the 29th, 1828, there is a statement highly injurious to the characters of the Foreign residents at these Islands; the writer of which insinuates that he had his information from the printer of a paper in the United States, which printer is well known here as not being a strict regarder of truth, as he has been guilty of prevarication in more than one instance; particularly when questioned upon a certain subject in the presence of several of the reside...

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HONOR ABLE CONVERSION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 29 May 1830

HONOR ABLE CONVERSION. The lion, and Rev. G. Spencer, who renounced Protestantism at Leicester, a short time since, has left this country for the continent, on his way to Rome. He will there join the English College, where he will remain three years, to qualify himself for the Roman Catholic Priesthood. [ Worcester Journal .]

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829)
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 29 May 1830

OBITUARY. Died in the College of St. Joseph, Bardstown, on Monday the 3rd May, at the age of 22, Mr. Bernard Cecil, a native of Kentucky. He had entered th« Seminary several years before, as a candidate for tho I riesthood, and had received Tonsure and Minor ders . His piety and talents gained for him universal respect, and ottered strong grounds for anticipating great services to be rendered by him to religion, when raised to the sacerdotal dignity. But a severe cold brought om. a consumption, which finally terminated in his death.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 5 June 1830

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Ei o Osij i>i rif rj-xuv, rig xad' f/tMjv ; —si decs pro nobis, quis contra nos ? — if god be for us, who is against us ? — rom. viii. xxxi. VOL. I. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1830. NO. XL. The JESUIT; Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday,) by "W" XL Li I.A. 3Yt S3VEITH; for the Proprietors, at s'3 per annum, in advance. AH Communications must be post paid, and directed to the Editors of the “ Jesuit,” Boston, Mass. The object is to explain, diffuse and defend the Prin«iples of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office ...No. 75, Kilby Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTOSI, JUWE 5, 1830.

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Proofs of the Authenticity, Truth, and Divinity of the Books of the Gospel, drawn from the character of the writings of the Evangelists. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 5 June 1830

Proofs of the Authenticity , Truth, and Divinity of the Books of the Gospel , drawn from the character of the writings of the Evangelists. There are in the life of Jesus Christ, certain traits which, were we to judge according to the ideas of human nature, that is, of wretched pride, seem little worthy of the majesty of the Son of God; for instance, the flight into Egypt, his combats with the tempter, his depression in the garden of Olives. These the Evangelists recount in the same manner as the rest, simply, unadornedly, and without using the smallest precaution against the disadvantageous impressions they may make on their readers. It may be said that these men, in the events of the life of Jesus Christ, saw nothing but the bare events; that they never attempted to appreciate their principles, nor foresee their consequences—in a word, that their other faculties were absorbed in their eyes and ears. Some caviller may object, that it was perfectly proper to write the history of Jesu...

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On the personal greatness, or the perfections of Jesus Christ. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 5 June 1830

On the personal greatness, or the perfections of Jesus Christ. Although we had not been accustomed | from early infancy to consider Jesus Christ as our Saviour, and our God; though we owed nothing to, nor expected any thing from him, though we had no concern with him, nor he with us; though he had never 1 performed a miracle, he could not be less j the object of our admiration, and most profound respect: so much so, that it would be difficult to stop short of adoration. He shews his superiority over human nature, as much by his wisdom and his virtues, as the great miracles he performs. It is not enough to say that Jesus Christ has been the greatest of the human race, he was infinitely above any idea that the human mind, of itself, is capable of forming of human greatness. It must be asserted of him, that if the eminence of his character, considered j in itself, or as unconnected with the demon-' stration of his supernatural mission, does not shew absolutely and invinc'bly that he wa...

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Wisdom of Jesus Christ. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 5 June 1830

Wisdom of Jesus Christ. The wisdom of Jesus Christ manifests itself with the greatest lustre in his doctrine —a master-piece of equity of reason, and of sanctity: What truth, what precision, and what clearness in the precepts of this great legislator! we feel it to be the character which the divinity, concealed in a human form, should assume in speaking to mankind. This divine character is perceptible in the maxims and sentences which came from the ■ lips of Jesus Christ. The mind is captivated with the facility with which those beautiful maxims can be adapted to common sense; soon as pronounced, they command the immediate assent of the hearers, and they are yet so new, that on the first hearing they excite surprise; their character is so clear that it is impossible not to comprehend; so true, that it is impossible not to believe; so simple and so natural, that they are within the reach of the most common understanding; and at the same time so grand and sublime, that they are the ad...

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INQUISITION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 5 June 1830

INQUISITION. [continued from page 315 — n0. 39.] We find in the letters of Madame Du Deffant a profession of the faith of her illustrious friend. I bditvi, says he to this arrogant In- fidel, in a future life, God is so fond of deal- j ing in the beautiful and the good, that we should j confide in him for the remainder. We should \ ml purposely offend him:* virtue must be pleasing to him and we ought, therefore, to be virtuous, | but our nat ure does not admit of perfection. God, therefore, does not require a perfection which is not natural. Such is my creed: it is very plain and j exceedingly brief f I have no fears because He \ whom I serve, is not a tyrant .J Every sensible Englishman of the Protestant faith after a rigid selt-examinati m must acknowledge that his own creed is similar to that of the Earl of Orford.^ Another proof of the indifference about religion in England is drawn from the apathy of the Judiciary concerning crimes which are committed against the presumed faith...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 5 June 1830

On Sunday last, the Apostolic Church of Christ commemorated throughout the world, the glorious descent of the Holy Ghost upon the favorite and chosen Disciples of the Great, Eternal, yet Incarnate Word. This was the Confirmation- seal affixed to the Religion of Christ, and a visible sanctification as well as revival of that power, which He imparted to his Apostles, when he said, “all power is given to me in heaven and on earth, as the Father sent me I send you. Whatsoever sins you hind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and whatsoever sins you loose upon earth, shall be also loosed in heaven.” What a privilege granted to poor, imperfect man! The judiciary sentence which an humble Apostle pronounces upon a penitent sinner to be ratified in the Supreme Court of God? Unparalleled goodness of our Saviour, in leaving with the duly ordained priests of the New Law, in the Hierarchy of the Holy Catholic Church, such a prerogative, so well calculated to console the sinner, and inspire the sp...

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Order of the Jesuits, with the prominent features of the Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 5 June 1830

Order of the Jesuits, with the prominent features of the Institute. [continued from no. 39 —page Sls.] The education of youth in schools, is one of the prominent features of the Jesuits’ institute. Their founder saw, that the disorders of the world, which he wished to correct, spring chiefly from the neglect of education. He perceived, that the fruits of the other spiritual functions of his society would be only temporary, unless he could perpetuate them through every rising generation, as it came forward in succession. Every professed Jesuit was bound by a special vow, to attend to the instruction of youth; and this duty was the peculiar function, the first important mission, of the younger members, who were preparing themselves for profession. Even the two years of noviciate mainly contributed to the same purpose. They were not lost to the sciences, since novices were carefully taught the science upon which they all depend. The religious exercises of that first period tended to gi...

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THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER XXII. ON THE OBSERVANCE OF THE LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 5 June 1830

THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER XXII. ON THE OBSERVANCE OF THE LAW. [concluded from no. 39— page 316.] The question now is, whether the just in this life can, not by their own strength, but by the assistance of Divine grace, observe the law of the Decalogue? We say that they can, our Adversaries maintain a contrary belief; because say they, neither the precept Thou shall not covet, nor, Thou shall love the Lord (hij God with thy whole heart, nor any other commandment can be observed. Hence they infer, that the just are not obliged to observe the law, both because they cannot observe it, and because Christ has freed them from its observance.—according to that of 1. Tim. I. 9. The law is not made for the just man, and Galat 3. 13. Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law. First Conclusion. 2. The precept; Thou shall not covet: can be observed by the just man, in this life, with the assistance of Divine grace—The reason is. because the indeliberate emotion of desire, or that which pr...

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FROM THE U. STATES CATHOLIC MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 5 June 1830

FROM THE U. STATES CATHOLIC MISCELLANY. Mobile, April 25, 1830. Gentlemen :— The arrival of Bishop Portier has been reechoed throughout the union; sweet to us was the moment. He landed on our shore, accompanied by two priests, four subdeacons, and two clerics. Long had the hearts of the Catholics of Mobile wished for his coming. A pastor, a successor of the Apostles had been given them, they could not forbear to anticipate the happy changes which now take place. The idea filled them with joy; his presence diffuses bliss on them; his amiable disposition enlivened by his piety has linked him close to their hearts; his young clergy unite in his efforts, and seem to promise a long continuance of days devoted to the purest worship. On Easter-Sunday, the good Bishop officiated, and preached in English to a crowded congregation, which, for more than an hour, hung on his moving eloquence—the solemn singing, the majestic ceremonies, the piety of the faithful all struck with awe, and bespoke ...

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Extract of a letter dated, New-Orleans, May 2nd 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 5 June 1830

Extract of a letter dated, New-Orleans, May 2nd 1830. tl On yesterday evening I visited the Cathedral iu this city, and beheld one of the most imposing ceremonies that could be witnessed —One hundred and fifty children who had been at their first communion in the morning had returned there to receive instruction, and to renew their baptismal vow. The instructions were given in the French lan- ; guage, The males were very neatly dressed, I and the females were covered with white veils. On the whole it was a spectacle that the friends of religion could not look upon nor contemplate without pleasure. Great praise is due to the clergymen for their laudable exertions, through which a great change has been affected in this city during the last ten, or twelve years. From what I can learn, the number of the community has increased one hundred fold during that time. The firmness of the clergymen, and of the congregation of St. Mary’s as well as the good understanding of the public, have fina...

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IGNORANCE, LAZINESS, AND SELFISHNESS OF MONKS !!! [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 5 June 1830

IGNORANCE, LAZINESS, AND SELFISHNESS OF MONKS !!! Horrible effects of Popery ! ! ! Last year, the Monastic Order of the Freres de la Charite in Austria, afforded medical assistance gratis to 18,542 patients, of whom 1694 were Protestants, and 125 Jews. Out of this great number not more than 1639 died, the majority of whom were incurable when they entered the monastery. Religious Orders. We have understood that Dr. Forster is collecting materials for a little work on the Society of Jesus , in order to show 1 st, That the rule of St. Ignatius was the most perfect model for the imitation of Christ; 2d, That it is the perfection of the other rules without their defects: and 3d, That it affords great proof of the truths of the gospel in general, by exhibiting an example of the success of practical Christianity in forming men both for this life and the next. Some notice is to be taken of the other Orders, and of their respective utility in society. To this history is to be added (from the...

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