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That Jesus Christ is the God-man. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 17 July 1830

That Jesus Christ is the God-man. We are now to prove that Jesus Christ is the God-Man, and that the Christians, in adoring him as such, only render him the worship which is his ligitimate right. The first lines of this demonstration we have already drawn in proving, in the first place, that Jesus Christ has had all the wisdom and sanctity which could correspond with the God-Man; and in the second, that the law which he has given to mankind is worthy of the God-man. If it be true that there is a God-Man, Jesus Christ must be he; if God, become man, were to give a law to the world, it is evident that he would have given such a law as Jesus Christ has given. Such are the consequences which evidently result from what we have hitherto advanced. Altho’ we do not assert that we have as yet proved that Jesus Christ is God, yet we think it is evident to common sense, that the law he has given was divine, and dictated by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit; for a law sufficiently perfect to b...

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Proofs that the miracles of Jesus Chrst could have been perfomed by no other power than that of God. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 17 July 1830

Proofs that the miracles of Jesus Chrst could have been perfomed by no other power than that of God. If we open the books of the gospel, we shall there see that Jesus Christ had, without bavins recourse to the assistance of art, and by his so\e fiat (the effect of which was as complete as sudden,) cured the most inveterate and obstinate diseases, such as the palsy, dropsy, leprosy, Stc. that he has restored to hearing and speech, persons who had been deaf and dumb from their birth, given sight to many, of whom several were born blind; that he authoritatively expelled the evil spirit out ofthe bodies of persons possessed; that he has been seen walkina on the surface of the wa- ters, appeasing the storm, and with the voice of command ordering the billows to be at rest, and the impetuous winds to cease to blow; that he has changed water into wine; that upon a certain occasion, with five loaves and two fishes, he satisfied the hunger of five thousand persons; and upon another, fed four ...

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To the Rt. Hon. Lord Tenterden, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King’s Bench. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 17 July 1830

To the Rt. Hon. Lord Tenterden, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King’s Bench. Barn-Elm Farm. Mv I iORD: —I have read the report of your Lordship’s speech. The passage to which I allude, relates to the character of the Law-established Church. Now, with very sincere respect for your Lordship, I do think it my duty to the people of this country, to show that the character which you have given to the Church of England, as by law established, is not correct; to show that she is not, and never has been tolerant in matters of religion; and is not, and never has been, favorable to civil liberty. In short, with more sincere respect for you than I have ever had for any other public functionary in England, and with the greatest admiration of your conduct in your hi<rh and important office; with all these, I think it my duty flatly to contradict your Lordship with regard to the character of this Church, and ©specially in the two particulars mentioned by you. Ido not charge you wit...

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INQUISITION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 17 July 1830

INQUISITION. [continued from no. 45. —page 361.] Methodism, or the sect best known in genteel society in Great Britain and Ireland by the name of Swaddling, invades every state and condition, and now openly menaces to deluge the national religion of England. An English writer proposes a singular plan to oppose the torrent of this heretical innovation. “If evil,” says he, “ makes additional progress, the English Church may (ind it necessary to use some degree of indulgence in relation to her Articles of Faith, and receive within her pale a larger number of Christians!” Such an expedient is laughable in the extreme. It is just as if this sapient writer, in order to exterminate swaddling, or Methodism, would have the Church of England, which is founded upon Acts of Parliament, to remit the merit of good works to the Puritan offspring of Calvin, the Sacraments to the Quakers, the Trinity to the Arians, &c. &.c.!! Then, forsooth, the Protestant Church of the “ tho...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 17 July 1830

“All that this people speaketh is a conspiracy: neither fear ye their fear, nor be afraid.”—lsaiah, viii. c. 12. v. How strictly appropriate are these words of the Great Prophet to the Calvinistic and other jarring Bible and Tract rdigionites of the present day! Men, who from an inveterate habit of sinning against conscience sacrifice their immortal interests at the shrine of Mammon, and who, like their Progenitors Luther and Calvin, vituperate the spotless spouse of Chiist, disseminate wicked lies throughout the land, and inculcate anti-social doctrines upon credulity and ignorance, rather than imitate the Divine Redeemer, and practically fulfil the commands of Heaven! What will it profit such beings even were they to revolutionize our happy country, annihilate our free institutions, and not only riot upon the ruins of republican America but even enthrone themselves upon the accumulated fragments of a disruptured world? Will this compensate for the “ loss of their immortal souls”? ...

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To the “Subscriber” of the Baltimore Gazette, the Boston Recorder, & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 17 July 1830

To the “Subscriber” of the Baltimore Gazette, the Boston Recorder, & Co. [Communicated.] Sir, —After a great deal of abusive language of the 15th inst., you speak again and again, about the burning of a Bible. If 1 were to ask you to prove the fact, you would lack the truth, as you did in your positive assertion against the conversion of the and Rev. George Spencer, to the Catholic Church. At one time you say, that the immolation of the Bible took place not fifty miles from Baltimore, and at another time, you say, that it really happened in this city! How ere we to depend on you, Mr. Subscriber, in all your vague assertions? But as you have committed yourself most egregiously; so, like a drowning man, you catch at a straw. However, I am glad to find, that from timidity, you have arisen to courage; and have brought the fact home to our own city. Yet, you, poor man, know very little about the fact, or about the Bible itself, no farther than Catholics and their ministers ha...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 17 July 1830

NOTICE. In justice to ourselves and onr Subscriber we have to | state that “ The Jesuit” is regularly transmitted by the industrious individual whose special business it is toI attend to that department. We have frequently received ! letters fom Post-masters in which they mention that j “ this paper is not called for.” We would, therefore, respectfully sutrgest that such of onr Subscribers as are on the eve of changing their resi- [ dence from town to country, or vice versa, shoo'd apprize us of such intention by letter post paid. This will not only remove their cause of complaint, but prevent us from breaking up our regular series of copies and Nos. We shall henceforward pub ish the names of our Subscribers whose “ papers remain dead” in the different Post-offices throughout the Union, to prove to them, wherever located, as well as to others, that, if our Paper do not reach them the fault lies not in us. IdpThe Communication from “A Lover of Truth ” has come too late for insertion ...

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PROSPECTUS [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 17 July 1830

PROSPECTUS For the second volume of THE IRISHMAN, AND SOUTHERN DEMOCRAT, a weekly political, literary, and commercial Journal; published every Saturday, by William S. Blain. Oliice No. 26 State Street. The Irishman, has completed its first volume, and having, even to its former limited shape, received considerable encouragement, the Editor is induced to enlarge its size and devote a portion of it it to the insertion of a correct weekly Prices Current, Advertisements, and other matters of Commercial and Agricultural interest, in order thereby to make it more generally acceptable to his f lends, extend the sphere of its usefulness, and increase its circulation. It is scarcely necessary for him to repeat, that his paper will be still devoted to the maintenance of those great principles of Liberty—Religious and Civil—by the establishment of which, in these United States, our glorious Constitution stands pre eminent, and has won the admiration of the world. To defend then, that Constitut...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. E< i osk ut;p Vj,£sv, tic xai' -/liuiv ;—si nf,tis pro nobis, quis contra nos T — if god be for us, who is against us ? — rom. viii. xxx VOL. I. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1830. JVC. XI.VII. The JS Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday,) by WILLIAM SIViITH, for the Proprietors, at $3 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 Prin«ip!es of the One, Holy, Cathodic and Apostolic Church. Office Xo. 75, Kilby Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTOU, JULY 24, 1830.

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Jesus Christ performed his miracles in the capacity of the God-head. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830

Jesus Christ performed his miracles in the capacity of the God-head. To cure, by a single word, in a single instant, and in the most effectual manner, diseases the most inveterate and deep-rooted; to cause the deaf to hear, the dumb to speak, and the blind to see, though dumb, d<‘a , and blind from their hi th,and always with the same facility, promptitude, and success; to expel the evil spirit from the bodies of persons possessed; to change the nature of the elements; to raise the dead, and even those who had been for several days buried, and had already undergone the sorrowful, humiliating corrupti m that human nature is heir to, are prodigies that could n >t be effected by any othermeans than the hand of the Almighty. He that could have performed those prodigies by his own peculiar will, must have d me it by the power of the divinity, or must of course have been God himself. From the same authority, we shall see that Jesus Christ had performed the greatest m...

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ON THE TOLERATION OF THE REFORMERS; Being an Extract from the Critique of the Edinburgh Review for September, 1816, on Dr. Cook’s History of the Church of Scotland. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830

ON THE TOLERATION OF THE REFORMERS; Being an Extract from the Critique of the Edinburgh Review for September, 1816, on Dr. Cook’s History of the Church of Scotland. specimen - of Calvinism — Continued. For our own part, we are tempted to ascribe this confession to that excessive tenderness of conscience with which some men are apt to be distressed, in those very cases, where all the world conceived them to have excelled the most: for it is not easy to discover that at any period he had not done every thing in his power for the suppression of the Catholics; insomuch that if he had attempted more, he must have been infatuated with a degree ol impudence which might well be called imanity, a feature which, nothwithstanding all his vehemence, never appears to have belonged to his character. We presume not, however, to assert, in opposition to his own confession, and at this distance of time, that he never was betrayed into an inconsistency between his principles and practice. But we thin...

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INQUISITION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830

INQUISITION. [continued from no. 46. — page 368.] LETTER VI. Sir, Who has not heard of David Hume, cui non nolus Hijlasl Taking every thing into consideration, I do believe that the eighteenth century, so remarkably productive of Infidelity, never gave birth to so heartless and inveterate an enemy to the Church of Christ. The cold but corrosive poison of that Atheist was much more dangerous than the effervescing venom of Voltaire, who was occasionally known to express some sort of respect for fundamental truths, and to allow that Si Dieu n’ existait pas, il faudrait Vinr,enter We should invent a God, if one did not exist! Even the wretched Voltaire was less crimi inal than the wicked Hume. The present I occasion, however, will not permit me to assign my reasons; but the palpable contradictions which strike the conscience of the rea- | der render Voltaire much less dangerous j than the Scotch Infidel, who endeavored to sap the foundation of Truth with all the coldblooded wickedness o...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830

ERRATUM. — In our last Number, under the Editorial head, page 370, centre column, and about halfway from the top—read sunk instead of sung. About 150 copies had been struck off before this error was noticed. The passage will therefore read—" The Catholic Periodicals of the day buried the miserable production ” (Blanco White) “ and its motley adherents in infamy; but it remained for the Pharisaical “ Pascal ” to dig it out of the loathesorae obscurity into which it had been indignantly sunk ”

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830

There is nothing worthy of notice in the Boston RECORDER of the 14th inst. except one lie. This, as usual, whenever Catholic Institutions, or Catholic Tenets are introdnc- Ed into that Calvinistic vehicle, may, of course, be expected— The lie consists on the part of “ Pascal ,’ who asserts (when he knows it to be otherwise) that the present flourishing “ Convent on Mount St. Benedict, near Charlestown, was erected by the Rt. Rev. Dr. Cheverus.” This worthy Prelate, left Boston for France, in Sept. 2Cth, 1823—and has since continued in his Archi-episcopal See of Bordeaux. The present Bishop of Boston, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Fenwick, built the Convent in 1827. — “ Recorder,” —Why not observe the truth in all things?”

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A GOOD RESOLUTION, IF KEPT. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830

A GOOD RESOLUTION , IF KEPT. From the New-England Herald of last Wednesday, we extract the following good resolution ;— “Popery.” “ As the Jesuit, the Roman Catholic paper, complains ” with sufficient reason, “ that Protestants misrepresent their belief and doctrine, we shall for the future, occasionally quote from their own writings, as we can find in abundance, sentiments so directly opposite to the plain declaration of Scripture, as to astonish Protestants who have not examined their systems of belief and practice. —B.” As the worthy Editors of the Herald promise here, for themselves, at least, to act fairly towards us in future, we shall merely suggest to them the propriety of naming always the book from which they quote, whenever they pretend to quote, as well as the chapter and page. If they do this, we venture to predict, that they will not hold on long in the course they are about to pursue. From the same paper, and the number of the very same day, strange as it may appear, ...

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ORDINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830

ORDINATION. In the Cathedral Church of the Holy Cross in this City, on Sunday last, the Holy Order of Fr esthood was conferred on the | Rev. Michael Healy , by the Rt. Rev. Dr. | Fenwick, Bishop of Boston.

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Communicated. To the Editors of the Jesuit. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830

Communicated. To the Editors of the Jesuit. Gentlemen:— On Sunday, July the 4th, I attended the Catholic Service in Waltham, with which I was much gratified, particularly, in having many false impressions which I entertained of the Catholic Religion, removed in so eloquent a manner. 1 left the meeting with quite a favorable opinion of your Religion, and the more so, on finding it so congenial to our principles of civil and religious liberty. But in the afternoon, I attended the Baptist Meeting to which I belong; the Discourse I there heard, almost eradkat- 1 ed my favorable impressions. I ideed the | whole Congregation appeared horror-struck i with the picture the Preacher drew of Catho- { licity, or, as he termed it, Papistry: he stat- ! ed, that 900,000 Christians were put to death by Papists: amongst these he counted a sect called Waldenses, with which I am unacquainted. He said that Henry the VIII. was the first to put a stop to these cruelties. Now, I always considered him a mo...

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Communicated. To the Editors of the Jesuit. “THE PROTESTANT.” [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830

Communicated. To the Editors of the Jesuit. “THE PROTESTANT.” Sir, —As most of my worthy Protestant friends and neighbors are neither hungry nor thirsty for political cant, religious slander, and pious abuse against their quiet and respectable Catholic neighbors, our Post-office has consequently become rather overloaded with scraps of the above title “ The Protestant,” alias the Religious Blister-Plaster. I have therefore obtained an ample batch of them for occasional amusement, and if any Catholic who knows his Creed, can read them without a smile he must possess a dry face. —The Editor and his props seem determined, if possible, to eclipse Blanco White, the supposed Spanish Convert, the Master key to Popery, and henceforth stand recorded as No. 1. on the religious slander docket. Notwithstanding the fact, which they well know, that they, or any of their readers may go to any Catholic Church, and there hear the Priest give out and preach upon a text of; Scripture the same as their ...

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From the Lansingburgh Gazette. VANDALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830

From the Lansingburgh Gazette. VANDALISM. About the 25th of June, some rascally villain, or villains entered the Catholic burying ground, south of this village, and wantonly and maliciously mutilated a monument recently placed over the grave of one of the most respectable citizens. The object seemed to be to destroy the cross erected in Catholic style on the top of the monument. Let the I motive that led to the commission of this act be what it may,—either the gratification of I vindictive feelings towards the friends of the deceased, or a blow aimed at a particular emblem, and thereby at a particular religion, the act was in itself base, dastardly and impious. The dormitory of the dead has ever j been esteemed by civilized and christianized | nations, as sacredly inviolable—as the last ' place to be selected for the perpetration of a deed that outrages common decency—that sacrilegiously annihilates the mementos of sacred friendship, and shamefully tram des upon the charities that s...

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From the Cork Chronicle. NEW REFORMATION AMONG THE MODERN ATHENIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830

From the Cork Chronicle. NEW REFORMATION AMONG THE MODERN ATHENIANS. Extract of a letter from Edinburgh. The. redoubted Captain Gordon made his appearance here last week, and succeeded in forming an Auxiliary society, to the parent humbug in London, for the purpose of perverting the Catholics of this city, from the Anc;ent Faith. The committee, which includes the leading Established and Dissentiu:. ministers of the city, besides some gen- . th;nea of respectability and influence, gave notice by advertisements, in the newspapers, | and by means of large posting bills, that a meeting would be held on the evening of; Thursday, the 22d April, in St. George’s Church, in which the celebrated Dr. Thomson preaches, to compare the doctrines of the Church of Rome with Scripture, and a challenge to discuss was given, to Catholic Cler- j gymen and laymen of respectability, who, it 1 ■was stated, would be heard with candor and attention. The gauntlet was taken up by Mr. James Smith, a solicitor,...

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