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CHRISTMAS AT ROCKDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

CHRISTMAS AT ROCKDALE. ? T ? Off Christmas Day the little church at Eock dale presented a most attractive appearance. Willing, eager hands had been busily engaged for the few days previous in sotting things in order, and the result was a charming display of most artistically arranged .flowers and ferns in every available spot where they might appear to most advantage. The altars were very elaborately decorated, the draping and general ornamentations presenting a most beautifully harmonised scene. At the door the 'Crib' was conspicuous with its thatched roof, its pretty erroun of fiffureB around the new-born Child, and its many coloured fairy lamps. Miss J. Walz and Miss E. Burns deserve great praise for their untiring and mosl; successful efforts in rendering the interior of the church in such fitting harmony with the great Christmas feast. Afc the ' Missa Cantata' a very beautiful mass by Battman was rendered by a largely aug mented choir under the direction of Mr. (St. Julian, the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

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BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. CHAPTER IV.—Continued. THE RESCUE AND RECAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

BERTHA] OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER IV.— Continued. THE RESCUE AND HE CAPTURE. The unwonted silence of the hamlet evidently appalled the horsemen. Their loud talk, which was heard as they passed the first houses, became, as if by general consent, completely hushed, so that, by the time they had drawn near to where the pilgrim stood, not a sound was to be heard but the regular tramp of the horses' feet in the centre of the road. The horsemen looked at the pilgrim, but did not deem it necessary to bestow even a passing VVU1U. UJJUJU 1J.1JLU. JL1J.O piJ.gJLJ.UJ. WiUKDU. U.U.U11 U11O central group was on the point of passing him, and then there was heard a word, pronounced in a yoice so distinct and clear that the hamlet rung again with the sound. It was the simple word—' halt:1 The word, as pronounced by the lips of the pilgrim, was, involuntary, almost unconsciously obeyed by the horsemen ; for, soldiers as they were, they could...

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CATHOLIC COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. St. Bridget's School. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

CATHOLIC COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. ? ♦ ? St. Bridget's School. A vert successful concert was given by the pupils attending St. Bridget's School in St. Bridget's Hall, Kent-street North, before a crowded audience, on Thursday evening, December 19. Sister Berchmans, the Sister in charge, spared no labour in having the hall beautifully decorated, the stage being par ticularly handsome. The Very Eev. Father Aubrey, S.M., Superior of the Marist Fathers, the Kev. Fathers Lellennetel, G-inisty, Piquet, G-ullimin, and Knault (S.M.'s) were present. The programme, of music, etc., was very creditably pone through, and met with the audience's warmest approval. After the con cert the Yery Eev. Father Aubrey, S.M., presented the children with the prizes. Before , doing so he stated that it gave him and his confreres the greatest pleasure to bo there, and he thought the parishioners had every reason to be congratulated on their good fortune in having their children under the care of the good Sisters o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

A. J. COWLEY, UMBRELLA MAKER, (Ml GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, Recovers and Eej)airs, » - - Charges ftjoclonvto, Letters punctually attended to,

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Convent of the Good Samaritan, Windsor. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

Convent of the Good Samaritan, Windsor. A capital entertainment took place at this school on the occasion of the breaking-up for the Christmas holidays. The first part of the programme consisted in some musical items and recitations by the pupils, including the Misses Liddy, Hull, McDonnell, Egerton (2), Bunciman, Lawson, Berckelman, Plummer, Edwards, Guest, Butter, Keating, James, AVoolfe, Brown, De Groen, Norris, Quinn, Carroll, and Allerton. This was followed by an original Japanese scene bv eighteen little children, in costume, arranged by the Sisters, which caused great amusement. The perform ance of a drama, entitled ' Jeanne d' Arc ' came next, in which the chief parts were filled by the Misses Woolfe, De Groen, Norris, Hull, Liddy, Cheeseman, Pitt, Runciman, Barnett, James, Holland, liadfield, Browne, Lawson, Quinn, and Keating. The piece was played with much spirit, tempered by modest decorum, and showed not only proficiency on the part of the pupils, but careful training b...

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THE PAGAN PHILOSOPHERS' IDEA OF MAN'S ORIGIN AND LESTINY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

THE PAGAN PHILOSOPHERS' IDEA OF MAN'S ORIGIN AND LESTINY. ? ++ ? To the student of history it is palpable that the idea of man's origin and noble destiny con ceived among pagan philosophers was far from being exalted, The precept of the great pagan philosopher, ' Man know thyself,' was easily given, but its execution was not so easily carried out. As far as man was concerned, he was ignorant of his origin and destiny, myster ies which baffled human philosophy both to fathom and solve. The little bird that sud denly wings its course through the opened winds of a room is visible during its momentary rmHHn.ao : its ni'flvirms. wliAvwn.hrviTtai nv if.s hiiIiho. quent flight are quite unknown. During life man was cognisant of the fact that his state was transitory, but the things that preceded his birth, or were to follow his demise, were to him directed by his philosophy mysteries that surpassed his comprehension. To the pagan, therefore, man's life was gloomy, since ? ho walked this ea...

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Good Samaritan Convent, Pitt Street. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

Good Samaritan Convent, Pitt Street. A pupil of this Convent High School, Miss Pearlie Walsh, at the London Intermediate University Examination recently, scored the highest possible number of marks in the theory of music. She carried away the University medal from all competitors. It is the first time that a pupil of our schools has succeeded in achieving so singular a distinction. Her teachers are to be congratulated on her marked success.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

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CATHOLIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

CATHOLIC NEWS. ? ▲ ? ^ — (From Contemporaries.) Some of: the anti-Catholic papers in Italy have lately been urging the Government to com mence a fresh persecution of the Church. The generosity of the late Mr. Bernard Hall, of Liverpool, towards Catholics should not be left unrecorded. Though a Protestant, he left to the Catholic Bishop of Liverpool, for Catholic charities for relief: of the poor, £1,000, and to the Little Sisters of the Poor (Home for the Aged) £500. A good story is told of one of the Fathers of the Order of St. John of God, who was once passing through the streets of a town when a rough crowd surrounded and followed him shouting, 'Down with the Jesuit!' After taking no notice of the rabble for some time, the father finally turned on his tormentors and remarked quietly, 'You are quite mistaken j I am a father of St. John of God, and not a Jesuit, and my vocation is taking care of madmen. Can I be of any service to you ?' Certain Italianissimi have had the bad taste ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

NOTES AND COMMENTS. ? -v ? The age of chivalry, beyond all question, is a thing of the dead and buried past. Whatever influences or brutal forces may have tended to bring it about, there is a kind of vague opinion taking hold of men that a few medals and ribbons on the breasts of a few bronze-faced, lantern-jawed generals are too dearly purchased by the periodical des truction, in glorious war, of some millions of peasants guilty of no crime. The lifedes troying machines, whether made of steel or iron, or moving about in human shape with swords cimKing at tneir neeis ana caucus defiance flashing from their highly- polished, spurred shoes, are beginning to be recognised as the most flourishing institution of barbarism that an overweening respect for the past has induced a reading age to tolerate,' as the strongest link that binds us to the times when people ran wild and naked in woods, and when one's success and useful ness in life was measured by the number of human skulls to which ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

IRELAND. ? a, ? (From Contemporaries.) In Kerry at present there are a number of marble quarries which, in combination and the quality of the stone, cannot be excelled in any part of the world within the same area. They are practically lying useless, no one having the energy to work them ; and marbles of inferior qualities are coming into the country every day from foreign countries, to be used in our churches and public buildings, which could easily be had at home of far better quality. Our attention is called to the Irish lace worked at the Convent of St. Joseph in Kinsale. The Sisters belong to the Order of Mercy, and the school under their charge has been the means of saving hundreds of young girls from starvation. Sometimes they give orders which are not immediately required that idle hands may have employment in slack months. For instance, a piece of crotchet lace which occupied three months to execute was undertaken last winter. These costly and striking materials are perfect...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

OBITUARY. ▼ ? It is our painful duty to announce the death of Mrs. Arthur Storrier, late of Crookwell. The sad event took place at Goulburn, where she recently underwent a critical operation. For a time she seemed to progress favourably, and it was anticipated that she would be restored to her usual health ; but a new disease soon appeared, which was too much for the prostrate sufferer, and she quietly passed away, at the early age of thirty-five, on 20th inst. During her trying illness, which was borne with Christian patience and resig nation, Mrs. Storrier was frequently visited by the G-oulburn priests, from whose hands she received the last rites of Holy Church, of which she was a devoted member. The remains were interred on Saturday, December 21, at the Catholic Cemetery, Crookwell. Rev. P. F. O'Shea officiated at the grave. Deceased was a daughter of John Broderick, Esq., J.P., Loughrea, Crookwell. She leaves behind a husband and three young children to mourn her loss. Deep sy...

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CORRESPONDENCE. REUNION OF THE CHURCHES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THIS CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. ? +. ? REUNION OF THE CHTJBCHES. (TO THW EDITOR OP THE 0AT.irO.TiT0 PRESS.) Sm, — In your issue o:t December 21 there appeared an article on the ' .Reunion of the Churches,' by ' S. P.X.,'in which this now familiar question was discussed with a precision, an accuracy, and comprehensiveness that induce us to conclude that the writer is one of those old-fashioned style of people that thinks it necessary to understand and thoroughly grasp his subject before writing on it. Tho writer of the ordinary newspaper article ie too clevor to nllow himself to bo handicapped with the Uluiiuruuo uu.iu.uu ujl ivnunjuu^u, uj. uu uo . pinioned by the tyranny of fact. A bold imagination and an unparalleled impudence are the weapons with which ho generally goes forth to enlighten and conquer the world ; and, though he does neither the one nor the other, jet he earns, without too much exertion, i\ few shillings, which is the next best thing. This is a digression, To return to the ' iieun...

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St. Benedict's Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

St. Benedict's Church. The celebrant at 11 a.m. was the Eev. Father King. Selections from Mercadante's Mass and Haydn's Imperial (No 3) were performed by the choir. Herr Alp en presided at the organ. The soloists were Miss Milly Wynn, Mrs. Furlong, Messrs. Furlong, McDougall, and Boyle. The Right llev. Dr. Higgins preached an impressive sermon on the feast of the day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

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St. Peter's Church, Surry Hills. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896

St. Peter's Church, Surry Hills. Mass was celebrated at 6 and 7 a.m. by the Very Eev. Father Nulfcy, S.J. At 8.30, 9.45 and 11 the celebrant was the Eev. Father Fur long. The music of the u Missa Cantata,' with which the ceremonies of the morning con cluded, was admirably sung by the choir, Miss Nolan presiding at the organ.

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