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From the Bardstown Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 3 July 1830
From the Bardstown Herald. A meeting of the subscribers to the Chalice, to be presented to the Rt. Rev. Bishop Kenrick, was held at Mr. Jas. Green’s Columbian Inn, in Bardstown, on Friday, the 4th inst. The meeting was called to order by appointing Jas. M’Gill Chairman, and Edwd. B. Hogan Secretary. It was— Resolved, on motion of Mr. Moore, seconded by Mr. M'Manus, that an address be presented to Rt. Rev. Bishop Kenrick, expressive of the high sense we entertain of his distinguished talents, piety and zeal, and our heartfelt sorrow for his departure from amongst us. A committee having been appointed, and having retired, after a short absence, submitted the following Address, which, on motion of Mr. Haydon, seconded by Mr. Green, was unanimously adopted. Rt. Rev. and Respected Sir: We cannot permit a connexion which has so long and so happily subsisted between us, to be severed, without expressing to you the deep sorrow and affliction which pervade our congregation, as the time appro...
Even the Orange Brunswickers are opposed to the manifest imposture of the Bible and Tractmongering scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 3 July 1830
Even the Orange Brunswickers are opposed to the manifest imposture of the Bible and Tractmongering scheme. From the New Montreal Gazette. Assault on the Bible Society. —A very curirious case is now about being tried, at Cavan Assizes, Ireland. The parties at issue are Mr. Verner Moore, barrister, and a number of men named Irish teachers, in the employ of the Bible Society. The business of those men is to assist in converting the Irish, by forwarding the circulation of the Scriptures in the Irish language!!! The Counsellor, though a Brunswicker, did not approve of the method; he said the books, instead of being placed in the hands of the peasantry, were crammed in ditches and gripes in the fields, and that in such situations in his own grounds, he lately found enough of them wherewith to build a wing to his house!! Still the teachers labored in their vocation, and appeared to care as little about the Counsellor’s sarcasms as he cared about their preaching. On a certain occasion a num...
The Pseudo-Reformation Essentially Iniquitous. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 3 July 1830
The Pseudo-Reformation Essentially Iniquitous. From the United States Catholic Miscellany. IRELAND. —County of Longford—William Goulsbury, a Catholic, baptized a Catholic, sometimes attended worship in the established church, in condescension to his father, without renouncing the said Catholic doctrine, but never received confirmation, or communion in the established church Some time ago he married a Catholic, and the marriage was solemnized by a Catholic Priest. A few days afterwards, Coulsbury and wife were summoned to a petit Sessions at Killashee, and thence transmitted to Longford gaol, because they refused to give testimony against the Priest that married them, knowing that their testimony was required, for the purpose of instituting a prosecution. The following is a copy of the committal:— County of Longford ) Sir—Receive into to wit. $ your custody the bodies of William M’Creevy, alias Gouldsbury and Catharine Parrel, respectively, a protestant and a papist, for having inter...
ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 3 July 1830
ROME. April 3— Last night died Cardinal Giulio Maria della Somaglia, Dean of the sacred College, Prime Bishop of Villetri and Oslia? Vice Chancelor and Librarian, High Priest of the Lateran, Secretary of the supreme college of the Holy office, Prefect of the Holy congregation del Ritie ceremoni, Knight of the order of St. Annunziatia, &amp;c. He was born at Piacenza the 29th July, 1742, and was descended from one of the most distinguished families in the country. Pius VI. raised him to the dignity of Cardinal, June 1, 1795. He was afterwards one of the party that formed an opposition to the administration of Cardinal Gonsalvi, and became Secretary of State under Leo XIL; notwithstanding his advanced age he executed with the greatest activity the duties of that high office, and was in all respects a man distinguished by multifarious knowledge, and who was generally esteemed. Lie is said to have left a fortune of 600,000 scudi, which he has be queathed to the Propaganda. The P...
Monks as they were and Priests as they are—Contrasted with the Reformation-clergy. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 3 July 1830
Monks as they were and Priests as they are—Contrasted with the Reformation-clergy. Talk of drones indeed! Talk of monkish drones! They were drones, were they, for whose sake the people reared all these magnificent colleges, and churches, and cathedrals; those were drones, who kept the poor, and repaired the churches out of the tithes; who visited the sick; who visited the prisoners; who harbored the harborless, sustained the weak, and comforted the broken in spirit? And those are not drones, I suppose, who waddle about in watering places and in London; who live on turtle and on wine; who feast to suffocating while the people are starving; and who throw the maintenance of the poor; and the repairing of the churches, from their own shoulders, to the shoulders of those who pay the tithes.— Cohhct. iCF’We understand that on the 27th ult. the Holy Order of Priesthood was conferred by the Most Rev. Archbishop Whitfield upon the Rev. Alexander Hitselberger, late a student in Mount St. Mary...
List of Agents for the JESUIT, OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 3 July 1830
List of Agents for the JESUIT, OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Hugh Maguire Quebec. Maurice Mori arty. . ..Montreal. D. O’Callahan Watertown , Mass. Rev. J. Mahony Salem. Patrick Powers Lowell. William McElroy Charlestown. Patrick Mooney Boston. Rev. R. D. Woodley.. Providence. Rev. C. J. Connolly..JVeio York. Rev. C. D. French Portland , Maine. John McGuigan Philadelphia . Fielding Lucas Baltimore. John D. Murphy Washington, D. C. Wm. S. Blain Charleston, S. C. Wm. Higgins St. Louis , Missouri. Fred. C. Hase Perryville, Missouri. Rev. R. P. Miles Zanesville, Ohio, Rev. Ph. Borgna JYew Orleans.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 10 July 1830
THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Ei o ©sof v*s£ rig xa£' fauM ; —si deus pro nobis, qdis contra nos ?—if god be for us, who is against us ?—rom. vtit yyy VOL. I. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1830. NO. XLV. The JESUIT) Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday,) by WILLIAM SMITH, for the Proprietors, at 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 No. 75, Kilby Street. THEJESITIT. BOSTON, JULY 10; 1830.
Precepts of Jesus Christ on Sensuality. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 10 July 1830
Precepts of Jesus Christ on Sensuality. The second passion which it was necessa- ! ry to repress in man, is sensuality, or that na- ! tural propensity which leads all men to the pursuit of the pleasures of the senses, and to concentrate all their happiness in their gratification—a propensity to which the first sight of the object excites with irresistible emotion, becomes more violent by reflection, and is revived by the slightest recollection: which, perverting reason, becomes a kind of frenzy almost irresistible, when man once abandons himself to its seductions. In order to induce us to resist this passion, Jesus Christ declares: (St. Matthew, chap. 11, v. 12.) “That the kingdom of Heaven suffereth violence, and the violent” that is, those who courageously resist the propensities of nature “ bear it away.” He exhorts us, (St Matthew, chap. 7, v. 13) “ Enter ye in at the narrow gate: for, wide is the gate and broad is the way that leadeth to destruction: and many there are who ente...
Precepts of Jesus Christ on Cupidity. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 10 July 1830
Precepts of Jesus Christ on Cupidity. With respect to cupidity, the third passion which it is necessary to restrain, we refer to what has been already mentioned when treating of the characters of the love of God: to which may be added those dreadful words of Jesus Christ —“ Wo unto the rich, who have placed their consolation in the things of this life.” And those others, “ It is more easy for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven,” Which, according to the interpretation of Jesus Christ, is to be understood of those who place their confidence in their riches. And again those other words—“ Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” (St. Matthew, chap. 6.) With respect to Anger, we have nothing to add to what has been already said when treat- ; incr of the characters of the love of our | neighbor. i Such are the precepts given by Jesus Christ, for the purpose of repressing in man the four principal pas...
Counsels of Jesus Christ. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 10 July 1830
Counsels of Jesus Christ. Against Pride —A counsel to renounce the honors and grandeur of the world, in order to embrace obscurity, humiliation, and abjection, is clearly pointed out in those words of our Saviour, St. Luke, chap. 14, v. 8. “ When thou art invited to a wedding, sit not down in the highest place, lest perhaps one more honorable than thou be invited by him. But when thou art invited, go, sit down in the lowest place. Learn of me who am meek and humble of heart, and you shall find rest for your souls.” St. John, chap. 13, v. 12—“ Know you what I have done to you? You call me master and Lord; and you say well, for so I am. And if then I being Lord and master, have washed your feet: you also ought to wash one another’s feet.” Against Sensuality —A counsel to renounce marriage, in order to devote ourselves to an absolute and perpetual chastity. In the gospel of St. Matthew, we find this counsel proposed in figurative and enigmatical but yet very intelligible terms St. Paul...
Wisdom of the Counsels of Jesus Christ. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 10 July 1830
Wisdom of the Counsels of Jesus Christ. We must confess, that on the first view,those counsels of Jesus Christ appear very severe, and of a harshness almost beyond the power ot man to comply with. What! in order to be a Christian must we renounce all joy, all pleasure, all satisfaction; must we abandon those sentiments that are most congenial and grateful to our nature; must we cease to be men, and die as it were before the hour of death ? But when, after having silenced the murmurs of pride, and the voice of the passions, we examine those counsels with coolness and impartiality, we shall discover in them the most profound wisdom, and be obliged o acknowledge them as the master-piece of the moral of Jesus Christ. When we observe, that he who said to his disciples—“ Take the last place,” has himself established in his church pastors and superiors, to command the faithful, and govern in the spiritual order: that he who said—“ There are eunuchs,” who have made themselves so, on account...
Reflections on the legislation, or moral of Jesus Christ. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 10 July 1830
Reflections on the legislation, or moral of Jesus Christ. Let us represent to ourselves a people composed of men who love God as their Father, who love each other as brethren, who have but one heart and one soul, and one common interest tending to the same end, which is salvation, all moving towards the same term which is heaven: amongst such a people the law is never made to yield to passion, private interest to that of the community, nor the interest of eternity to that of time—such would be true Christians. What a venerable, what a delightful spectacle! a spectacle capable of attracting the admiration of men and angels! Amongst such, the happiest of their kind, peace, the amiable offspring of charity, would fix her abode; amongst such a people, so favored of heaven, the hideous yell of discord could never be heard, as amongst them could be found neither injustice, violence, jealousy, nor rivalship. There could be found none truly unhappy, because none would be vicious, nor wicked...
ON THE TOLERATION OF THE REFORMERS; [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 10 July 1830
ON THE TOLERATION OF THE REFORMERS; specimen of Calvinism — Continued. Being an Extract from the Critique of the Edinburgh Review for September, 1816, on Dr. Cook’s History of the Church of Scotland. Dr. M’Crie, in his excellent Life of Knox, p. 299, has said, in reference to this discussion between Knox and Lethington, that “ both parties held that idolatry might justly he punished with death.” But this is not to do justice to this hero. We have seen that our root-and-branch reformer went a great deal farther. In fact, it was not possible for the most bigoted Catholic to inculcate more distinctly the complete extirpation of the opinions and worship of the Protestants, than John Knox inculcated as a most sacred duty, incumbent on the civil government in the first instance, and, if the civil government is remiss, incumbent on the people, to extirpate completely the opinions and worship of the Catholics, and even to massacre the Catholics, man, woman, and child. At present, every sect...
INQUISITION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 10 July 1830
INQUISITION. [continued from no. 44. —page 353.] Theory and experience satisfactorily prove that there is not, that there cannot he a steady I faith, or positive religion, properly so called, in a nation whose envoys take so much pains to abolish what they and others through malice I call the Detestable Inquisition. Christianity is so far effaced in England that some short time ago, certain individuals, j when a cobweb thread secured them to the ancient faith, had reason to fear that Indifference under the deceptive mask of Toleration would eventually give rise in Britain to legislators, who might be totally estranged from Christianity. When they saw the j Christian tenets rapidly disappearing, they ; wished at least to make sure of the capital Dogma of the Trinity, without which, Christianity does not, cannot exist, and they ac- ; cordingly brought forward the Trinity-Doc-trine-Bill, by virtue whereof every English subject who would refuse to swear to this fundamental Article of th...
DIOCESS OF BOSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 10 July 1830
DIOCESS OF BOSTON. It appears by the Official returns of the Rev. Mr. French of Portland, that out of the number of the Roman Catholics in his District, upwards of a hundred have availed themselves of the benefit of the late Jubilee. We are informed by the Rev Mr. Woodley of Rhode Island, that about One Hundred and Seventy have been admitted to the Holy Communion during the Jubilee. We learn from the statement of the Rev. Mr Ryan of Whitefield, Maine, that on the same occasion between Three Hundred and Fifty and Four Hundred partook of the “ Bread of Life.”
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 10 July 1830
The Roman Catholics of Sandwich in this State have very generously, promptly and most efficiently exerted themselves in purchasing a lot of ground, for the erection of a Catholic Church, which is already in a state of forwardness, in that thriving and industrious town. There is every reason to believe that it will be ready for the celebration of Divine Service in the course of the Summer. Petitions have been received from other parts of the Diocess for the erection of Churches. —We feel grateful to God for such striking manifestations of his goodness, in behalf of the Church which he built upon the “ Rock,” and which no human, or inhuman power can destroy—
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 10 July 1830
Be ore tuo te judico, serve nequam. Out of thy own mouth I judge thee, thou wicked servant — St. Luke, 19. c. 22. v. Tell it not in Gath that the name of Pascal has disappeared from the calumnious columns of the aged and infirm Recorder! Such, however, is the fact; &amp; proved by the Number of that sickening publication, dated, “ Wednesday, June 30, 1830!” We should not, however, be surprised if thro’ malice, or for shame sake, the name of Pascal were revived, and another Editor of the Calvinistic mark were hired with the view of raising the fallen Recorder. In looking into that Number we find, as usual, the scurrilous expression “Romanism in the United States, marked No. VIII.; to serve, we suppose, as an attractive pass-port and voucher for the flimsy observations, which the erudite and polite Administrators and Asj signees of the Boston Recorder have been poi litical enough to make concerning upwards I of half a million of Roman Catholics in these j good United States. A...
THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 10 July 1830
THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER XX. [continued from page 354 —n0. 44.] OF THE CONTROVERSIES AGITATED AMONG THE CALVINISTS. OF THE DIVINE ATTRIBUTES. Third Conclusion. 8. In God there are no truly accidental properties really distinct from the divine substance. The reason is, because what is in itself infinitely perfect, is not susceptible of any increase of perfection: But the Divine Substance is in itself infinitely perfect, as we have shewn in our last number. Therefore it is unsusceptible of an increase of perfection. Now this would not be the case were it susceptible of any really accidental properties; The major proportion is clear, because what is in itself infinitely perfect, contains either formally, or virtually all possible perfections: Therefore, it cannot become more perfect. Moreover, the Divine substance excludes every defect and imperfection; and consequently all passive, or receptive power, since such power supposes a defect: therefore, it is not susceptible of any further ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 17 July 1830
THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. E: 5 Ask Vv3v, Tig x«cT ; —si deus pro nob.s, quis contra nos 1-if god be for us, who .s aga.nst us ?-rom. v.n. xxx. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1830. VOL. I. NO. XI.YI The JESUIT) Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday ,) by "'WT'JXiXiI A3VE for the Proprietors, at $3 per annum, in advance. AH Communications must be post paid, and directed to the Editors of the “ Jesuit,” Poston, Mass. The object is to explain, diffuse and defend the Principles of the One, Holv, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office No. 75, Kilby Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON - 7 JULY 17, 1830.