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GENEVA UNCALVINIZING ITSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830
GENEVA UNCALVINIZING ITSELF. The Ami de la Religion of March 27th, states, that in the city of Geneva, a zealous and edifying- Catholic population of about 5000, availed themselves of the benefit of the Jubilee granted in 1826. The same increasing population exhibited great zeal in availing themselves of the benefit of the Jubilee granted this year by his H dinesa, Pope Pius VIII. which commenced in Geneva on the 24th of January last. Philippon, Fcrrand and Witz, members of the Society of Jesus, instructed, exhorted, and preached thrice each day during the holy exercises, to an immense concourse of people. Seven other priests were occupied in hearing the con'essions of the faithful, who thronged round the sacred tribunals. It could be easily perceived that the word of God fell not on a barren soil. The exercises and instructions relative to the Jubilee, and the Sacraments of Penance and the Holy Eucharist, accompanied with such citations from the Holy Scriptures and the ancient Fath...
STATE OF THE FOPE'S HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830
STATE OF THE FOPE'S HEALTH. Rome, April 11. The physicians to the Apostolic palace of the Vatican have announced to his Holiness the necessity of anticipating, by at least two months the usual period for quitting the winter palace, in consequence of the sudden change in the sanitary condition of the country, and the atmospheric revolution by which it has been produced. Yielding to this advice the Pontiffleft the Vatican on the Bth of April to occupy the summer palace of Monte Cavallo on the Quirinal hill. His Holiness was followed on the same day, by the whole of the pontifical court and the third of the Easter festivals has been celebrated in the papa! chapel of the Quirinal. Last year his Holiness did not leave the Vatican till the Bth of June after the great fete of St. Peter. At the solemnity of Easter, it was remarked, that the Pope was unable to perform the part assigned him in the ceremony of benediction, without the assistance of a prelate, by whom the arm of the Pontiff was...
Intellectual Training of Protestant Bible and Tract Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830
Intellectual Training of Protestant Bible and Tract Societies. March of Mind. The “ rote system,” in which charity children arc educated, is admirably adapted for lads of obtuse intellect, as we will prove by an anecdote which occurred at a certain evangelical school. They are examined and questioned in a particular order, and always standing in this same rank, have always the same reply, whatever may be the question. Three of these brilliants, whom we will call No. I, No. 2, No. 3, were accustomed to reply to the question, ‘ln whom do von believe?’ Thus. No. 1, ‘ln God the Father.’ No. 2. ‘ln God the Son,’ and No. 3. ‘ In God the Holy Ghost.’ It so chanced, that by some accident, No. 2. placed himself after No. 3. The question I was asked, ‘ In whom do you believe?’ No. j 1 - ‘ In God the Father.’ 'No. 3. ‘ln God the Holy Ghost ’ ‘ What,’ said the examiner, ‘ you should say, In God the Son.’ |‘No, Sir,’ retorted the’ matter-of-fact No. 3, I believes in God the Holy Ghost, that ere ...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830
NOTICE. In jnstice to ourselves and our Subscribers we have to ! state that “ The Jesuit” is regularly transmitted by the industrious individual whose special business it is to attend to that department. We have frequently received letters from Post-masters in which they mention that “ this paper is not called for.” We would, the efore, respectfully suggest that such of our Subscribers as are on the eve of changing their residence from tovvn to country, or vice versa, shoo d apprize us of such intention by letter post paid. Ibis will not only remove their cause of co • plaint but prevent us from breaking up our regular series of copies and Nos. We shall henceforwa d pub ish the nan es of our Subscribers whose “ papers remain dead” in the different Post-mtices throughout the Lnioi, to p ove to them, wherever located, . s well as to others, that, if our Paper do not reach them the lanlt lies not in us.
PROSPECTUS [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 24 July 1830
PROSPECTUS For the second volume of THE IRISHMAN, AND SOUTHERN UEVIOU'RAT, a wee’ ly po i.icai, literary, and commercial ..ournal; published eve y :-a urday, jby William S. Plain. Uihce o. 26 State t eet. The 1 USHMAN, lias completed its tiist volume, and having, even to its former United shape, received consi- ! demble encouragement, the Editor is i dneed o enlarge | its size and devote a portion of it it o the h se.tioa of a .correct weekly Prices Current, Advertise- | men us, and other matters of Connie cial and .'t®ricultural interest, in order thereby to ma e it mo e gene ally acceptab.e to his f lends, extend the sphere of its usefulness, and increase its ci.cu ation. It is scarcely necessary for him to repeat, that his paper will be still devoted to the n ai.ite a .ce of those great principles of Liberty—Religious and civil -by the establishment of which, in these United State-, our g onous Constitution stands pre eminent, a; d lias won the admiration of the world. To defend ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 July 1830
THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. E&lt; 0 OtOJT v-TTSg j)f*£sv, rig xad ’ YjIXUV ; SI DEUS pro nobis, quis contra nos ? IF god be for us, who is against US ? ROM. VIII. XXXI. VOL. I. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JURY 31, IS3O. NO. XL.VIII. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday,) by WILIiIASH SIVEITH, 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 Principles of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office No. 75, Kilby Street. THE .JESUIT. BOSTON, JULY 31, 1830.
Jesus Christ performed his miracles in. order to attest that he was God. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 July 1830
Jesus Christ performed his miracles in. order to attest that he was God. This proposition can be proved by a series of assertions, which, by their connexion and united force, we apprehend will produce so strong a conviction, that it will be impossible for any person capable of sound reasoning to refuse his assent to them. These assertions shall, in proportion as we advance them, be supported by texts of the gospel. First assertion—Jesus Christ performed miracles which could be operated only by the power of God: whilst he performed them, he j administered laws to man, with all the au- ; thority of the God-head. Of this we have a I multitude of proofs in the gospel, (St. Matthew, chap. 5. v. 21.) “You have heard that it was said to them of old: Thou shalt not kill. But I say to you, that whosoever is angry with his brother, shall be guilty of the judgment.” In the same chapter, we I find the same form of precept repeated six | times. Here Jesus Christ gives laws, the object of which i...
SPECIMEN OF CALVINISM—continued. ON THE TOLERATION OF THE REFORMERS [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 July 1830
SPECIMEN OF CALVINISM—continued. 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. The Queen’s arrival produced a material change; that is to say, it mitigated the intolerance of the Protestant nobility; though it was far from producing the same effect on the clergy. The Protestants were at this time in complete possession of the government; the Catholics having neither power, nor vote in the council, (p. 285;) but then we must not forget, that the Government was possessed, ■not by the Protestant clergy, but by the Protestant nobility; and in reasoning from the contrast so often stated between the conduct of the Protestant and Catholic Churches, it is of the utmost importance that we should keep in view the great difference in the situation of their respective hierarchies. The dignitaries of the Catholic Church, during its legal establishment, were wealthy and powerful l...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 July 1830
On Friday, 30th Inst, in the CATHEDRAL CHURCH of the Holy Cross in this City, Minor Orders were conferred by the Rt. Rev. Dr. Fenwick, on Messrs. Peter Connoly, and John Corky. At the memorable and melancholy period of the misnamed Reformation , every expedient that human ingenuity could devise, or depravity invent, was brought into formidable action against the Institutions of Society and the religion of heaven. Rebellion struck at, and endeavored to annihilate whatever the wisdom of Time had protected, Morality cherished, Patriotism and Virtue held dear. A blasphemous effort had been made to blow up “ the rock” upon which Jesus Christ had built his Holy Church. Innovation, the daring offspring of selfishness and pride, flung a worse than Gothic gloom over an immense portion of the European mind, and co-operating with the Prince of Darkness cruelly sought to establish the empire of libertinism by emancipating the tyrannic passions of the human heart, from the mild and light yoke of...
THEODORE BEZA. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 July 1830
THEODORE BEZA. Let us now pass on to Calvin’s celebrated I biographer. The Lutherans shall teach us j in what esteem and value we are to hold him: u Who will not be astonished (says Heshusius) at the incredible impudence of this monster, whose filthy and scandalous life is known throughout France, by his more than cynical epigrams. And yet you would say, to hear him speak, that he is some holy personage, another Job, or an anchoret of the desert, nay, greater than St. Paul, or St. John; so much does he every where proclaim his exile, his labors, his purily, and the admirable sanctity of his life.” (a) I If we wish to refer the matter to one hold- ing an elevated place among the Lutherans; “ Beza (says he to us) draws to the life, in his writings, the image of those ignorant and gross persons, who for want of reason and argument have recourse to abuse, or of those heretics, whose last resource is insult and abuse and thus, like an incarnate demon, this obscene wretch, this perfect co...
Triumph of the Catholic Religion EXECUTION of MR. COMYN, IN ENNIS, FOR FORGERY [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 July 1830
Triumph of the Catholic Religion EXECUTION of MR. COMYN, IN ENNIS, FOR FORGERY On Wednesday, the 28th April, this wretched man expiated on the gallows the offence of which he had been guilty against the laws of his country. From the moment that he became aware that there was no hope to be entertained from the Government, he devoted himself to religion, and continued unceasingly to exercise himself in its duties. At half past two o’clock the wretched man, attended by six Catholic clergymen, was brought into the press-room. He was dressed in a suit of black and had a silk handkerchief loosely tied round his neck. After praying for about half an hour he rose, and beckoned the executioner to his duty. While his arms were binding, and the other preparations were making necessary for his execution, he seemed either regardless, or unconscious of what was doing—his eyes remained fixed in one position, while his lips were moving as if in prayer. When he was told that all was ready, he kissed...
Catholic Mission of L'Arbre-Croche, Michigan Territory. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 July 1830
Catholic Mission of L'Arbre-Croche, Michigan Territory. Detroit, (M. T.) June 24tb, 1830. The Ottawa Indians living at L’Arbre | j Croche, on the banks of Lake Michigan, ! built last year, under the auspices of the Rev. Mr. Dejean, Catholic Missionary, a handsome church, 54 feet by 30, and a school- } house 60 by 20. The school was attended j last winter by 63 young Indians, many of I whom exhibited great intelligence and apti- | tude for every branch of literature and im- : provement. Ninety-nine Indians were baptized in 1829. The visit paid those children of the forest, by the venerable and pious Bishop of Cincinnati last year, has been produc- | tive of incalculable benefit. Idleness and j drunkenness have almost totally disappeared among those who have become members of the Catholic Church, now in number about j Jive hundred , within the space of the last , seven, or eight years. They build very comfortable houses, rear cattle, and live on the produce of their gardens; their pri...
AMSTERDAM. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 July 1830
AMSTERDAM. The last census of Amsterdam gives 200, 781 inhabitants. 100,899 Calvinists; 43,213 Catholics; 22,263 Lutheran Evangelists ; 9845 Lutherans Reformed; 777 Remonstants; 1945 Anabaptists; 237 Jansenists. Thus great has been the increase of the Catholics, 1 formerly so fiercely persecuted in this city. The Jews, that is, German, are 2,520 are Portuguese. There are 107 other different smaller sects. ICP’Lovely variety! Numerous and almost nameless offspring of the Reformation- mother, so opposed to the “ One Faith, One Lord, One Baptism.”
PROSPECTUS [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 July 1830
PROSPECTUS For the second volume of THE IRISHMAN, AND SOUTHERN DEMOCRAT, a weekly political, literary, and commercial published every Saturday, by William S. Blain. Office 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 friends, extend the sphere of its useftil- | ness, 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 ol Liberty—Religious and Civil—by the establishment of which, in these United States, our glo- , rious Constitution stands pre-eminent, and has won the admiration of the world. To defend then, that Consti-...
List of Agents for the JESUIT, OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 31 July 1830
List of Agents for the JESUIT, OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. H ugh Maguire Quebec. Maurice Mori arty.... Montreal. Rev. C. P). French Portland , Maine. 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.. New York. John MeGuigan 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 New Orleans
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 7 August 1830
THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Ei o iirif JjfLwv, rig xad’ ; —si deus pro nobis, qihs contra nos ?—if god he for us, who is aoainst is ? rom. viii. xxxi. VOL. I. BOSTON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1830. NO. XI.IX. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday,) by WILLIAIVE SIVCITH, 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 Principles of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office No. 75, Kilby Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTOW, AUGUST 7, 1830
Proofs of the Divinity of Jesus Christ from his miraculous resurrection. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 7 August 1830
Proofs of the Divinity of Jesus Christ from his miraculous resurrection. From the miracles performed by Jesus Christ, during his sojourn on earth, we have already proved that he is God; but we have atill a more convincing, a more powerful evidence of his divinity, in his miraculous resurrection. God only could have restored the dead to life; this is a proposition that cannot be controverted. If then we shall prove that Jesus Christ not only restored to life many during his life time, but also restored himself to life, by his own proper agency, we shall adduce a still more convincing proof that he was God himself. TVo truth can be more clearly ascertained than this miraculous resurrection. It is proved—First, by his own prediction of this event before his death. Secondly—By the account of the Evangelists, considered merely as a historical document. And thirdly, By the testimony of his apostles, and his other disciples, as delivered first to the Jews, and afterwards to the whole world...
From the Baltimore Republican. ST. MARY’S COLLEGE, BALTIMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 7 August 1830
From the Baltimore Republican. ST. MARY’S COLLEGE, BALTIMORE. On the 13th instant in the afternoon, experiments on Natural Philosophy were performed as usual. On the 20th at 4 o’clock, P. M., Orations were delivered by the candidates for the honors of the College, viz. On Astronomy, by Lewis Michael Cormick, of Georgia. On the influence of the Arts on Society, by Robert Miller Denison, of Balt. The degree of Bachelor of Arts, was afterwards conferred upon the above mentioned gentlemen. The degree of Master of Arts was conferred on Edward J. Alcock, of Balt. Immediately after the graduation, Premiums were distributed by the most Rev. Dr. Whitfield. P R E M I U M S. Philosophy.—Premium ofEminence, Lewis M. Cormick, of Georgia; accessit Robert Dennison, of Balt. Rhetoric.— Ist Prem. of Em. L. M. Cormick, 2d Prem.—John Ogden of Balt.—Prem of Composition, L. M. Cormick; acc. J. Ogden. Elocution.—Prem. of Em. ex aequo, L. M. Cormick and Henry Williams of Baltimore, accessarunt J. Ogden, T...