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Page 272 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 May 1832

Edward M’Mahon, of Strainrigh, Parish of Clones, County of Fermanagh, Ireland, arrived in Nevv-York in 1818. Any information respecting him will be gratefully received by his Nephew, James M’Guire, or by Michael Flinn. Plattsburg, N. Y. May 18. |CJ° Information Wanted of James Grady, a laborer, a native of Tullowilly, Parish Killscrea, County Tyrone Ireland. He came to America about eleven years ago, and lived until within the lastthree years in Roxbury, in this State. He visited Baltimore in July, 1829. Any information concerning him will be thankfully received by his Mother, and Brothers living in Roxbury, Mass. EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY. BY Bishop Poynter, of London. The Editors of the United States Catholic Intelligencer have put the above valuable work to press, and will shortly republish it, on I 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, f...

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Page 272 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 May 1832

CATHOLIC BOOKS, k, Sale by P. Mooney, corner of Franklin and Federal Streets. Quarto and Octavo Douay Bibles. Douay Testaments. Butler’s Lives of the Saints. Milner’s End of Controversy. iGahan’s Christian Church. IChalloner’s Meditations, 2 vols. Fletcher’s Controversial Sermons. “ Comparative Views. Lenten Monitor. Mrs. Herbert and Villagers. Holy Week. iCochin on the Sacrifice of the Mass. Catholic Christian Instructed. Ward’s Cantos. J Answer to Faber’s Difficulty of Romanism. Galitzin’s Defence. Amicable Discussion, by the Right Rev. J. F. M. Trevern, Bishop of Strasbourg, late Bishop of Aire. Reeve’s History of the Bible. Baxter’s Meditation. Meditations of St. Augustine. Papist Represented and Misrepresented. Duke of Brunswick’s Filly Reasons. ' Ward’s Errata. Real Principles of Catholics. Catholic Manual. Catholic Psalms and Hymns. Poor Man’s Manual. Garden of the Soul. Spiritual Combat. Fleury’s Historical Catechism. Hay’s Abridgment of the Christian Doctrine. Cobbet’s Lett...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. Ei 6 osog xirtcg rig xaJ' fifxuv ; —si deus pro nobis, qiiis contra nos ? — if god be for us, who is against us ? — iiom.viii.xxxi. VOL. 111. BOSTON, FRIDAY, HAY 25, 1832. XO. XXXV. UNITED STATES PUBLISHED BY HENRY L. DEVEREUX, FOR THE PROPRIETORS. Terms—3 dollars per annum in advance. Al! communications must be post paid, and addressed to the Editors. O.fice 32 Congress Street. THE INTELLIGENCER. BOSTON, MAY 25, 1832.

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III. On Communion with the Saints in Heaven. On imploring their Intercession, particularly that of the Blessed Virgin Mary, also on Supplications for the Repose of the Souls of the Faithful departed. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

III. On Communion with the Saints in Heaven. On imploring their Intercession, particularly that of the Blessed Virgin Mary, also on Supplications for the Repose of the Souls of the Faithful departed. Mr. Doane and other sectarian ministers may not unprofitably read the following article. From the Liturgy of St. James. Renaudot, tom. ii. Deacon. The Memorial of Saints. “ Again and again we commemorate the truly happy, and praised by all the generations of the earth, the holy, blessed, ever irgin Mary, the Mother ot God: and at the same time we celebrate the memory of the Prophets, Apostles, Evangelists, Preachers. Martyrs and Confessors ; and of blessed John Baptist, the Precursor; of the glorious St Stephen, the first Martyr and first Deacon, and commemorating each one of them, we pray to the Lord.” The Priest homing do'.vn, says, k ‘ 0 Lord, who hast power of life and death, and art the God of mercies and of love to men. do thou vouchsafe to make us worthy to celebrate the memory o...

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The Sign of the Cross used in Acts of Religious Worship. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

The Sign of the Cross used in Acts of Religious Worship. The rubrics of the Liturgies, cited in Note D, often prescribe the making of the sign of the cross, in the course of the holy sacrifice. See pages i 125, 128, 1.80, 133, 134. St. Chrysostom attests that the sign of the cross was anciently used hy the Greek church, in the administration of the sacraments and the perform ance of different acts of religion. Jn his homily on “ the adoration of the precious cross,” which : v. as delivered about the year 386, tom. vi, ed. I'aris 1624, he says, “The cross appears in the performance of all the sacred rites of religion, if baptism is administered, the cross is there. If the mystical food is to be received ; if the minister of Christ is to be ordained ; if any other sacred (unction is to be performed, the cross of Christ is there. Wherefore let us diligently impress it on our houses, on our walls, on our windows, on our foreheads, and on our minds and hearts. The! cross is shewn as ofte...

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The Church of the Fifth Century: from the year of Christ 400, to the year of Christ, 500. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

The Church of the Fifth Century: from the year of Christ 400, to the year of Christ, 500. During the fifth century, the succession of bishops from the apostles, was kept up in the chair of Peter, by Innocentius, Zosimus, Bonifacious, Celestinus, Sixtus 111., Leo the Great, Hilaries, Simplicius,j Felix lIP, Gelasius, Anastasius 11, and Symmachus During this century, the gates of hell made divers assaults upon the city of God, but were not able to i prevail against this building, founded upon the strongest of all rocks. The Donatists had for more than a hundred years made great tumults in the six Roman provinces of Africa; where they counted above four hundred! (bishops of their sect; till in the year 411, being! worsted by St. Austin and the Catholic prelates, in the famous conference of Carthage, the greatest part iof them yielded themselves up to the church. Pelagius a Briton, and Celestiusa Scot, broached | a proud heresy denying the corruption of man by sin, and the necessity of ...

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The Church of the Sixth Century : from the year of Christ 500, to the year 600. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

The Church of the Sixth Century : from the year of Christ 500, to the year 600. The succession of bishops in the see of Peter, was kept up during the sixth century, by Hormisdas, ; John, Felix IV., Boniface 11., John 11., Auapetus, I Silverius, Vigilius, Pelagius, John 111., Benedict, ! Pelagius 11., and St. Gregory the Great. During this century the city of God gained ground considerably, after the trag cal end of Anastasius the | heretical emperor, burnt by lightning ; and the accession of Justin a good Catholic to the empire. For now the Entychians were cast out of the sees, into which they had intruded themselves; and the whole | eastern empire was restored to the communion of the apostolic see. The Lazians also, a people dwelling | on the east of the Euxine Sea, in the country now I called Mingfelia, where at this lime received into the church by baptism : and in Arabia Felix, the ! peace of the flourishing church of the Homerites, which had been taken away by the persecution o...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

IRELAND. ET. REV. DR. DOYLE’S EVIDENCE. Right lion. E. G. S. Stanley in the Chair. The Right Rev. Dr. Doyle, Catholic Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin, called in and examined. [continued from Page 260, No. 00.] Nothing else upon the nature of tithe in Ireland occurs to me, unless 1 would be permitted to state to the Committee the cause or the immediate occasion of the opposition which is now made to the collection of it. I have mentioned before that the nature of the church property, including tithes, is a trust which was vested in the Cathohc clergy for specific purposes. They were ousted from the management of this trust, without, I believe, any just cause. However, that is little to the purpose. Other trustees were selected in their room, and tiie clergy of the Established church in Ireland have had the management of that tund in their hands, or of so much of it as they couid obtain, for upwards of 300 years. They have not fulfilled that trust. They have appropriated the entire fun...

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LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. The ship Thomas Dickinson, Capt. Anthony, has arrived at New York from Liverpool, bringing Liverpool intelligence to the 12th, and London to the 11th ultimo inclusive. The Cholera is making frightful ravages in Paris, the number of new cases amounting to 700 or 800 a day. Among other persons attacked are M. Casimir Perier, Prime Minister, and tlie Minister of the Interior. In London, the disease was rather abating. Number of new cases on the oth, 39, deaths 19. On the 7th, new cases 23, deaths 10; on the 9th, new cases 39, deaths 28. Remaining 142. Total cases | 2284; deaths 1213. —In other parts of the country I total cases 7635, deaths 2575. Number ol new Jcases in Edinburgh on the 7th, 4; deaths 2; remaining S. In Glasgow, same date new cases 11, deaths 9; remaining 38. Greenock, new cases 2, 1 death, remaining 11. There had been no new jCases in Belfast ; and in Dublin it is doubtful if the [disease ever existed. The house of Sillem & Co....

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Protestant Items!! [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

Protestant Items!! A Remnant of the Penal Code. — A Bill has been printed, repealing so much of the 12th Geo. I and 2-ld Geo. 11., as, in addition to the penalty of i£soo on a Roman Catholic priest’s marrying Protestants and Catholics, unless previously married by a Protestant clergyman, renders it a capital felony : the only part retained is, the power of recovering, &c , the pecuniary penalty. The zeal of the church of England clergy for the whole Bible is not a little suspicious, when it is recollected that a few years ago four-fifths of them held it worse than infidelity to place the Bible, without note or comment, in the hands of children. 1 Dr. Marsh, the present bishop of Peterborough, published sermon after sermon, and tract after tract, against the Bible societies, and he had a great majority of the clergy on his side. “ Though,” said he, in his sermon preached at St. Paul’s, “ without the Bible Liturgy lias no support, yet, without the | Liturgy men left in dou...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

There is a paper, nicknamed the Christian Soldier, which is printed in this city, and that evidently shews the anti-Catholic, dark and deadly virus of Calvinism. We should like to know whether the editorial legion that conduct it, are, in reality, members of what patriotic and moral men would call a Temperance society? They seem determined to direct the human mind, as far as they can, according to the modern principles of the march of intellect, in other words their object seems to be, to keep the good people in the dark. How can we possibly account for their insertion of the silly assertions of brother Malcolm in one of their late Numbers ? Must they not have read or heard of the regular racking to which the tale of the tourist had been subjected, and which it had long and most feelingly received ? Why, if the legion had the diffusion of correct knowledge and of the truth as it is in the Saviour, at heart, would they not have given our answers to the several queries which the Bapti...

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Mr. Doaue and his “ PRICE” Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

Mr. Doaue and his “ PRICE” Lecture. We have selected for the information of Mr. Doane, and his Pricc-ieclme favourites, a few from the nu-j merous Protestant authorities vve could quote in fa- j vour of “ the invocation of saints”—an article of the i . ! Christian religion which he had the temerity to attack. Indeed the following proofs independently j I of those mentioned in our last number, will evident-! ly shew, that he manifests a most unpardonable ignorance of what he undertakes to teach.—But if the . blind lead the blind, will not both fall into the ditch 1 \ Is it not deplorable that there are persons to be found who will never learn the important lesson of working out their salvation in the way which the) Redeemer pointed out 1 Luther, in his sermon on the feast of St. John the Baptist, says : —“ Some one might ask here, of what use the saints will be to us ? Make the same use of them that you do of your neighbour. You say to him ; pray to God for me : say to them ; St. Pet...

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THE GREAT O’LEARY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

THE GREAT O’LEARY. To the intense brilliancy and overwhelming cogency of the Rev. Arthur O’Leary’s pulpit oratory, the city of London and the Church of God are, through the grace of Christ, indebted for the conversion of the present Right Rev. Bishop Bramston from the “ established” errors and fatal delusions of Protestant Episcopalianism. Bishop Bramston had been a regularly bred barrister at law. Professional duty once induced him to visit even on a Sunday, a client, who lived in a certain part of the vast metropolis of England. On his way he chanced to meet with an immense concourse of people, who blockaded up a i part of the street through which he intended to pass, j He reined up his horse and inquired the cause of the [large but peaceable meeting. He was informed that [it was impossible ior them to get admittance into [yonder chapel, where the Rev. Father O’Leary, the terror of Methodism, and the scourge of the Church-iand-State system of Britain, was then vindicating his [hol...

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LOWELL. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

LOWELL. We are glad to be informed that through the exertions of the Rev J Makony , the worthy pastor of the Catholic Church at Lowell, and the spirited and successful efforts of his congregation, a lot of land has been purchased for the erection of a parochial house, thirty feet front, averaged by fifty-three feet deep ; and that they have bought an additional piece of ground, 33 by 84 feet, for a school-house, in front of their beautiful little church, which is an ornament to what may be called the Manchester of New England. Perhaps in no other part of the Union does the manufacturing spirit appear so full of life and bustle. By it every class in that prosperous town which contains over 8000 souls, would seem to be put in motion. Industry and enterprize are there on tiptoe. There are eight houses of public worship in Lowell; this being the case, it must have been, as it really was, a most gratifying sight to the Catholic Clergyman who officiated on the 20th inst. in the Rev. Mr. M...

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[For the Catholic Intelligencer.] Philadelphia, May 15, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

[For the Catholic Intelligencer.] Philadelphia, May 15, 1832. Blsssrs. Editors ; Our Synod has just terminated, and I feel a pleasure in relating, that more imposing solemnities were never witnessed in this part ot the western hemisphere since the foundation ot Christianity. Solemn High Mass was sung, on Sunday, by the Right Rev. Dr. Kenrick, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Lakew as archdeacon ; Rev. Mr. M Carthy, deacon, and Rev. Mr. Carrol, subdeacon. An eloquent discourse was preached by the Rev. T. Hughes explanatory of the objects for which they were assembled. He dwelt forcibly on the necessity of order in the church, and pointed out in bold and figurative language, the presumption of a set of laymen who usurp to themselves j an authority not given them by God—who preach without being sent, and require the submission ot their blind and misled followers, with as much assurance, as if their mission was from heaven, or their doctrine from the spirit of truth. He alluded to their assembl...

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March of Improvement! Henry the 8th outdone! [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

March of Improvement! Henry the 8th outdone! Uxorious Exchange.—A most flagrant and deliberate violation of the sacred ties of matrimony: | look place in this neighborhood a few days ago. ( : ! A mutual transfer of wives was made by an in-i, strument of writing, signed, sealed and delivered, which constituted what the parties might call a! fair swap. This heathenish outrage on the rights! of women deserves the punishment of the pillory' I or bastinado, administered with plentiful liberality. There is, however, some slight mitigation of the,; • offence, in the voluntary and cheerful performance 1 of the contract which took place on the part of the ladies Certainly there was, in this, 100 much flexibility.—Potisville Journal. ' We sincerely sympathize with the lady and children of the late Col. Thomas of New Orleans, not only for their bereavement, but for the horrid indignity offered to his last remains. To them it may not be uninteresting to know that before this number of our paper...

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Beware of Imposture ! [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

Beware of Imposture ! There are two fellows (calling themselves Portuguese) who arc prowling about the streets of Boston and its vicinity, and whose object is to enlist, the sympathies and wheedle money out of the purses of the credulous and the charitably disposed. These two fellows, and for what we know there may be a gang of them, have lately called upon us. They showed us a printed document in which was set forth the imaginary wretchedness to which they had been reduced by Dan Miguel, the monkish yoke , and all such fudge. The character of the document and the incoherency of their tale, even in their outlandish language, induced us to suspect them, and to put several i questions to one of them in particular. He who had first called upon us, was immediately after the perusal of his document and a few answers we obtained from him, speedily dismissed with a caution lest he should be taken up as a vagrant and impostor. The second fellow showed us a list of names of some of the most ...

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Baptist Missionaries ! [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

Baptist Missionaries ! Our last accounts direct from the islands, inform us that Church Colonial are forming throughout the island, the objects of which may he gathered from two or three of the resolutions entered into by the people. The follow ing took place at Vere, at a large meeting of the inhabitants on the 20th of March.— N. s’. Albion. “ Resolved, —That we consider the cause of the recent Rebellion, and the preceding agitated state of the negro mind, to be occasioned first by the unconstitutional interference of the Government of the Parent State with our internal policy. “ Resolved, 2dly,— Every man, however tolerant however skeptical, must be convinced, that the Sectarians have been the tools in the hands of our enemies, to excite our peasantry to deeds of atrocity j hitherto unparalleled. The dying declaration of numbers of their deluded victims—leave no doubt I of their guilt. “ Resolved. 3dly,—That under the present appearances of the country, it behoves every individual...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

POETRY. [Selected for the Catholic Intelligencer.] WATCH AND PRAY. Life is a sea,—how fair its face, How smooth its dimpling waters pace, Its canopy how pure! But rocks belbw, and tempests sleep, In idious o’er the glassy deep, Nor leave an hour secure. Life is a wilderness, —beset With tangling thorns, and treach’rous net, And prowl’d by beasts of prey. One path alone conducts aright. One narrow path, with little light, A thousand lead astray. Life is a warfare, —and alike Prepared to parley, or to strike, The practis’d foe draws nigh. Oh, hold no truce! less dangerous far To stand, and all his phalanx dare, Than trust his specious lie. Whate’er its form, whate’er its flow, While life is lent to man below, One duty stands confest, — To watch incessant, firm of mind, And watch where’er the post’s assign’d, And leave Jo God the rest. ’Twas while they watch’d, the shepherd swains Heard angels strike to angel-strains The song of heavenly love: Blest harmony! that far excels All music e...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 May 1832

The following new publications we earnestly recommend to all who are serious inquirers after truth, as well as to those who wish to attain a correct knowledge of the great truths of the Catholic religion. They are works, small in size, but replete with highly instructive and interesting matter, and which can easily be perused by those who have not much time to devote to reading : 1. Letters on the Spanish Inquisition. —A rare work, and the best which has ever appeared on the subject: by M. Le Comte Joseph Le JVlaistre;—translated from the French, with additional notes and illustrations : by T. J. O' Flaherty, S. E. C. —12 mo. Per doz. $6, retail, 62 1-2 cents. 2. Proofs of the True Church, in two parts: —by Clement TVincesfaus, Archbishop and Elector of Treves, and Bishop of Augsburg; translated from the French. — 24 mo. Per doz. $3, retail, 31 cents. 3. The Youth’s Director ; or Familiar Instructions for Young People; which may be found useful also, to persons of every sex, age and...

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