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Holy Orders, Matrimony, and extreme Unction, were administered, in the earliest Ages of the Church, as Sacraments or Institutions of Christ, by which grace was conferred. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 15 June 1832

Holy Orders, Matrimony, and extreme Unction, were administered, in the earliest Ages of the Church, as Sacraments or Institutions of Christ, by which grace was conferred. I°. On Holy Orders. The principal rite by which Bishops, Priests and Deacons were ordained from the beginning, was the imposition of hands, accompanied with a set form of words ; to this other rites were added, which belonged at least to the integrity of the ordination. By the sacred rite of ordination, the ministers of the church were consecrated, and power and grace were given to them to perform such offices, as belong to their order, and regard the wmrship of God and the salvation of souls. The rite of ordination, by which this sacred character, this power and grace are conferred on those w ho are made ministers of Christ, w as practised from the beginning in the Christian Church. In the fourth Council of Carthage, in the year 398, mention is made of the ordination of Bishops, Priests, and Deacons, by the imposi...

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In the Primitive Times it was held necessary that all Churches, and the faithful Disciples of Christ, wherever they were dispersed, should be in communion with the particular Church of Rome, as the first Church in the Christian World, and the centre of Unity. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 15 June 1832

In the Primitive Times it was held necessary that all Churches, and the faithful Disciples of Christ, wherever they were dispersed, should be in communion with the particular Church of Rome, as the first Church in the Christian World, and the centre of Unity. St. Irenaeus, who died in the year 202, thus expresses himself on this subject ;—“As it would be tedious to enumerate the whole list of successors in all the episcopal sees, I shall confine myself to that of Rome, the greatest, and most ancient, and most illustrious church, founded by the glorious Apostles, Peter and Paul, receiving from them her doctrine, which was announced to all men, and which, through the succession of her Bishops, is come down to us. With this church, on account of its superior headship, it is necessary that every other church, that is, the faithful of all countries, should be in communion, (convenire.) They, therefore, having founded and instructed this church, committed the administration thereof to Lin...

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The Bishops of Rome Have Ever Been acknowledged, from the earliest Ages of Christianity, as the supreme Rulers on Earth of the whole Church of Christ ; and have exercised an acknowledged primacy of spiritual Jurisdiction, as of Divine Right, over all other particular Christian Churches. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 15 June 1832

The Bishops of Rome Have Ever Been acknowledged, from the earliest Ages of Christianity, as the supreme Rulers on Earth of the whole Church of Christ ; and have exercised an acknowledged primacy of spiritual Jurisdiction, as of Divine Right, over all other particular Christian Churches. The truth of this assertion will he shewn, by well attested acts of the acknowledged exercise of this i superior jurisdiction over the Eastern and Western Churches, before and after the division of the em--1 pire. I°. Pope Victor, in order to maintain unity of | discipline in the church, insisted on the churches lof Lesser Asia conforming to the observance of the church of Rome, and of other Christian churches, respecting the time of celebrating Easter. Several councils held at Rome, in Palestine, in Gaul, and other places, had unanimously determined the point, according to the Roman custom. Polycrates, and other Asiatic Bishops were I determined to adhere to their own custom. Pope Victor, at last, t...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 15 June 1832

IRELAND. MR. WALSH’S SPEECH ON TITHES. Delivered at a meeting of the Trades' Political Union of, Dublin. Mr. Conroy in the Chair. Several members having been admitted, the Secretary read a notice of motion which had been given by Mr. Walsh on a previous day of meeting. Mr. W alsh rose and said, the more I consider the legal robbery in Ireland, termed tithes, the more firmly am I convinced that nothing short of their total [ and immediate abolition can restore peace and tranquillity to this oppressed and distracted country, since it is evident that an impost illegal in its nature, de- | grading in its tendency, oppressive in its amount, vexatious in its enactment, and anti-christian in its principle, must produce a wide-spreading and deeprooted discontent in the minds of those subjected to this evil, and perpetuate much of that animosity, turbulence and blood-shed so fatal and so disgraceful to the interests and character of our countrymen. Much has been spoken and written concerning...

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[Translated for the Catholic Telegraph.] CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 15 June 1832

[Translated for the Catholic Telegraph.] CONFESSION. Never, perhaps, has the practice of decrying’ religion and its holy practices been more acceptable than in our days. Every article of faith having attacked and ridiculed in pamphlets as well as in I;conversation, but few defenders of them are to be found except among a small number of Christians, 11 who have been able hitherto to preserve themselves from the general contagion. Confession particularly, being the most painful and Onerous of the duties imposed by religion, has been the object of the multiplied attacks of the impious, who, being encouraged by the carelessness of indifferent men, have failed in shaking that fundamental istonc of the church of Jesus Christ. Happily, that ! Saviour had formally declared that the gates of hell should not prevail against her. Deprived of that divine promise, what would we be ; to what would we I not be still exposed? How often has it been said and written that it was the priests that inven...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 15 June 1832

Catholic Celebration of Pentecost Sunday in Boston. Sixty female children, of the 300, who are under the presiding care and maternal instruction of the Sisters of Charity, moved in procession at 7 o’clock, on Sunday Morning last, from the Boston Catholic Free School, in Hamilton Street, to the Church of the Holt Cross. —They were clad in white, emblematic of that spotless purity of soul, with which they should go forth to meet their Heavenly Bridegroom. Their whole demeanour indicated a total absence of thought from every thing earthly, and their souls seemed to be indeed fixed on that Heaven, the God of which they were about to receive into ! their tender hearts. It was, indeed, a sight that would have fanned into flame the dying ember of de(l J n votion in the heart of the most callous Catholic, and memory must have brought him back again to that day, when young and innocent as those before him, |he knelt and prayed, and felt as they did. It was a sight that must have disarmed pre...

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CHARITY SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 15 June 1832

CHARITY SERMON. The Ladies and Gentlemen of this city are respectfully informed that A Charity Sermon, in aid of the funds for the support of the Sisters op Charity School, will be preached in the Church of the Holt Cross, at 6 o’clock, on Sunday evening next. We are convinced that many of that class of Protestants who are identified with liberality and the moral elevation of their country, will attend on the occasion, and by their generous deeds will cooperate with their Catholic fellow-citizens, in the promotion of an institution so happily calculated to form the minds of its numerous pupils to virtue and social happiness.

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“CATHOLICITY IN BOSTON.” [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 15 June 1832

“CATHOLICITY IN BOSTON.” Such is the title of an article which appeared, on the 26th of May last, in the columns of the Christian (Unitarian) Register in this city. The Editor begins thus—“ Our readers both in and out of the metropolis of New England, may be ignorant of the perseverance and energy with which the Roman Catholic Bishop of Boston is using the ample means, which, from whatever source they may be derived, seem to be at his command, for enlarging the domain and influence of his church.”—We, ourselves, much regret, and, indeed, we write feelingly on the occasion, that the Bishop has not more ample means for so laudable a purpose. If the domain and influence of the Catholic Church were here enlarged, the moral and religious condition of the people would be improved in as satisfactory and palpable a manner, as is the physical character of the country, by the industrious, honest and enterprising sons of Erin, who are members of that Church, and have been, under God, the power...

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LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 15 June 1832

LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Paris, May 9. —The Cholera was rapidly subsiding. At midnight of the Tth, 48 deaths for the previous twenty-four hours were reported ; and on the Oth, 35. A consultation of physicians, on the Bth, j pronounced the case of M. Casimir Perier to be favorable, and anticipated steady convalescence. At Havre on the 7th, four new cases of Cholera were reported in the hospitals—none in the city.— The whole number of cases had been 63; deaths' 27—remaining 19. The Duke de Reichstadt was recovering from his | sickness at the last dates. The Chambers were to be called together on the Ist of August. i The French troops have evacuated Ancona, and the Austrians have received similar orders, and most! of them have already gone. Arrest of the Duchess de Berri. —The steamboat Charles Albert, having on board the Duchess de Berri, the Duke of Almazan, the Duke D’Escars, and the son of Marshal Bourmont, with several other prominent members of the Carlist party, having attem...

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EPISCOPAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 15 June 1832

EPISCOPAL VISIT. On Sunday, the 10th May, 130 persons received the sacrament of confirmation in the Church of St. Patrick, Pottsville, from the Right Rev. Bishop Kcnric of Philadelphia—and about the same number approached the Holy Communion. On Sunday, the 27th May, confirmation was also administered in the sacristy of an unfinished church on Sih'er Lake, to 2(5 persons, by the same prelate, and above 40 persons received communion. On Thursday, the 31st May, the Feast of our Lord’s ascension, 132 persons received confirmation in the church of St. Joseph, near Milton, from the same prelate—and an equal number approached i communion. On Sunday, the 3d June, 220 persons received ; confirmation, and 350 received communion from the same prelate, in the church of the Holy Sacrament in Goohenhoppen Township, Berlis Co.—Two were also confirmed on Monday, and 39 received communion. May Heaven prosper the cause !

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 15 June 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 Maistre; —translated ‘from the French, with additional notes and illustrations : by T. J. O’ Flaherty, S. E. C. —l 2 mo. Per doz. $6, retail, 62 1-2 cents. 2. Proofs of the True Church, in two parts: —by Clement Winces tans, 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; u-hich may be found useful also, to persons of every sex, age an...

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Page 304 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 15 June 1832

INFORMATION WANTED of Owen Prouty from Drummerhave, near Roslea, county Fermanagh, Ireland. He arrived at St. John’s, N. 8.. in June, 1831, whence he embarked for New York in the autumn. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his Sister Margaret, or Robert Kennedy, Sister Street, Boston. June 8. INFORMATION REQUESTED of William, John and Michael Cannon, Brothers and natives of the county Longford, Ireland. William arrived in America fourteen years ago, and John and Michael nearly eleven years ago—supposed to be in the state of Tennesee or Alabama. Their sister, Bridget Gibben, would gladly receive information concerning them. Boston, Mass. May 25. Edward M’Mahon, of Strainrigh, Parish of Clones, County of Fermanagh, Ireland, arrived in New-York in 1818.” Any information respecting him will be gratefully received by his Nephew, James M’Guire, or by Michael Fliun. ! Plattsburg, N. Y. May 18. Information Wanted of James Grady, a laborer, a native of Tullowiliy, P...

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Page 304 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 15 June 1832

CATHOLIC BOOKS, Ac. sr rHOR 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'. Gahan’s Christian Church. ; Challoner’s Meditations, 2 vols. Fletcher’s Controversial Sermons. “ Comparative Views. Lenten Monitor. Sirs. Herbert and Villagers. Holy Week. Cochin on the Sacrifice of the Mass. ■Catholic Christian Instructed. Waid’s Cantos, j Answer to Faber’s Difficulty of Romanism. Galitzin’s Defence. Amicable Discussion, by the Right Rev. J. F. M. 'Prevent, 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 Fifty Reasons. Ward’s Errata. Real Principles of Catholics. Catholic Manual. Catholic Psalms and Hymns. Poor Man’s Manual. Garden of the Soul. Spiritual Combat. Fleary’s Historical Catechism. Lav’s Abridgment of,the Christian Doctrine. Cob...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 22 June 1832

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. Ei o ysog iiing yjjx'ljv, rig xat) r/p,'Zv j—si decs pro nobis, quis contra nos ?—if god be for cs, who is against us ?—bom. viii. xxxi. VOL. 111. BOSTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 183 2. NO. XXXIX. rrariTSß states £aiaiia q'±'jl£ ay/o!2ia»a»aaj-aisisssaia PUBLISHED BY HENRY L. UEVEREUX, FOR THE PROPRIETORS. Terms—3 dollars per annum in advance. All communications most be post paid, and addressed to the Editors. Oißce 32 Congress Street. THE INTELLIGENCER. BOSTON, JUNE 22, 1832.

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The Church of the Seventh Century : from the year of Christ 600, to the year of Christ, 700. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 22 June 1832

The Church of the Seventh Century : from the year of Christ 600, to the year of Christ, 700. [Continued from No. 35, page 276.] In this century, the succession of chief bishops from St. Peter, was kept up hy Sabinian, Boniface 111., Boniface IV., Deusdedit, Boniface V., Honori'.is, Severinus, John IV., Theodoras, St. Martin, Eugenios, Vitalianus, Deodatus, Domnus, Agatho, St. Leo 11., Benedict 11., John V., Conon, and Sergius The most celebrated of the holy fathers, and bf the ecclesiastical writers of this century, were St. Isidore bishop of Seville, St. Ildophonse and St. Julian bishops of Toledo, St. Braulio of Saragossa, St. Theodore of Canterbury, St Aldhelm of Sherborn, St, Eligius of Noyon ; St. Maximus Abbot and Martyr in the East, John Moschus author of the Spiritual Meadow, St. Sophronius bishop of Jerusalem, and Leontius bishop in Cyprus, who wrote the life of St. John the Almoner. In this century, the peace of the church was disturbed hv the heresy of the Monothelites, a...

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The Church of the Eighth Century: from the year of Christ TOO, to the year of Christ, 800. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 22 June 1832

The Church of the Eighth Century: from the year of Christ TOO, to the year of Christ, 800. In this century, there sat in the chair of St. Peter, John VI., John VII., Sisinnius, Constantine, Gregory 11., Gregory 111., Zacharius, Stephen 11., Stephen 111 , Paul 1., Stephen IV., Adrian 1., and Leo 111. The most celebrated of the fathers and ecclesiastical writers of this century, besides the Popes Gregory 11. and Adrian 1., were, in the East, St. John Damascene, St. Gennanus bishop of Constantinople, St. Tarasius, &c. ; and in the West, venerable Bede, Egbert bishop of York, St. Boniface apostle of Germany, Alcuin preceptor of Charlemagne, Paulina* bishop of Acpiileia, &c. In this century, Felix and Elipandus, two Spanish prelates, renewed the heresy of Nestorius; by teaching that Christ, as man, was only the adopted son of God. They were confuted by our venerable Alcuin : and their error was condemned by the great council of Frankford, anno 794. In this century...

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[From the Truth Teller.] [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 22 June 1832

[From the Truth Teller.] On no political occasion that we recollect, has so great a sensatioif’heen produced on the minds of thej people, as has been caused by the resignation of Earl Grey. Public meetings throughout the empire have been held, and resolutions adopted of the most decisive nature. When the news of the resignation of the Ministry reached Birmingham, a meeting of the Reformers was called, which was attended by above 200,000 persons. Disdaining to appeal to the King or the Lords after what has now passed, they drew up a spirited address to the House ofCommons, urging that House to remain firm and unwaveringj in their exertions to effect the final triumph of Reform, and pointing out the most energetic measures as those proper to be adopted for bringing the late Ministry again into Power, and especially enjoining them to withhold all supplies until the demands of the people were complied with. At a meeting of the people of Lambeth, attended! by about fifty thousand persons...

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Proclamation of Henry V. to the French Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 22 June 1832

Proclamation of Henry V. to the French Soldiers. Brave Soldiers, my friends!— You whom I have always loved, in the midst of whom I was loved too much to know myself; you, who have often joined in my infant games; will you now be deaf to the voice of the Duke of Bordeaux, of your law ful Kiri", who demands of you the throne of his fathers ? The widow and the orphan have always found support in the French Soldier. The widow and son of the Duke de Berri ought then to reckon with certainty on you ; it is on you that my mother and myself place our greatest hope. Recollect that the French army is my god-mother, and that thus by little she imposes obligation on herself. How shameful, should you suffer her adopted son, the only child of France, to be condemned to live far from the place of his birth, in a foreign land ! The reason of the departure of my family was only to avoid shedding the blood that was precious to them. By this time all the brave men might have perished the victims of th...

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CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 22 June 1832

CONFESSION. [Continued from No. 38, page 302 ] I should blush Sir, yes, I should blush to be the associate of such men, such vile apostates from the faith, as you would blush to fight in ranks composed ol unworthy soldiers who had shamefully deserted the standard of their country. 1 should blush to speak their language, as you would blush to repeal the seditious cry of a traitor who had turned his arms against his own countrymen. Ask me, now whether I have read the works of Voltaire, and I will ask you whether after the pas- | sage of the Bidassow, you received the incendiary proclamations which the enemy of France scattered | so profusely in your ways. 1 will ask you if you j were not filled with indignation as well as the brave soldiers whom you were leading to victory, at the ! base thought that you could be believed capable of such dissertion. And you would have me read without horror, those insults offered to every thing most sacred I No, sir, the book would fall twenty limes f...

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