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PROTESTANTISM IN ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 4 January 1834

PROTESTANTISM IN ROME. We have taken the following from an English Protestant Periodical, entitled the Schoolj Master. Such of our readers, as have seen the j “ First Impressions” of Nathaniel P. W T i!lis, of | this city, cannot fail to mark the striking difference between this letter and the flippant observations of that gentleman on the same subj ject. —Eds. Jesuit. “ Christmas day is ushered in with splendid ji religious ceremonies in many of the churches | of Rome. A midnight mass is performed in St. Peter’s and several other churches, amongst j which, the one most visited on account of its [magnificence, and brilliant illumination, is the French church of St. Louis. I went there at j| half-past eleven o’clock, and found the building, J which is rather small, but decorated with a pro- { fusion of rich marbles, one blaze of light, from | five hundred wax candles, placed above and around the altar. Several priests were engaged in performing mass, but the chanting was not | remark...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 4 January 1834

The proceeds of this Paper, we take the earliest opportunity to inform our readers, are to go towards the establishment of an Orphan Asylum in this City, the want of which is so well known to the Catholic public generally, that we need make no farther comment on the subject. In the hope of a liberal patronage, we have, as they will perceive in this number, (which is the commencement of our sth Yol,) taken care to enlarge its size considerably, in order to spread before them a much greater variety of instruction and useful entertainment—and consequently to hold out a greater inducement to them to become subscribers to it. Our columns will still be devoted to the great object of explaining, diffusing and defending the principles of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolical church —and of correcting the erroneous opinions which have been too generally formed of it, through the malicious slanders of hypocritical and designing men. We shall, however, at the same time, let no opportunity pa...

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CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 4 January 1834

CHRISTMAS. We wish not to quarrel with our neighbors—on the contrary, we wish to live on good terms with all of them ; but we take the opportunity to inform all whom it may concern, that, in case of an attack, we are not without the means of J defence. Our artillery is in good order, and ammunition abundant.—Though somewhat old, | it has been found really effective in more cases than one, when brought into actual service in these latter days. The Editor of Zions Herald, a V esleyan Methodist Paper, published in this city, has thought proper to give a learned dissertation, in his number of last Wednesday, on Christmas day. We have nothing to do with his views of the subject.—They are undoubtedly in accordance with, and are well adapted to the standj ard of his intellect, and will be received by the party, whose cause he lias undertaken to advoi cate, with or without reason, as they feel. The following is an extract from this Paper. o “ Holy days in the church may all he proper; we ha...

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Ireland.—Hibernian United Service Club. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 4 January 1834

Ireland.—Hibernian United Service Club. —From all we can learn, the new body appears to be rapidly progressing towards an equality with, and perhaps, we might he justified in saying, even a superiority to any similar institution in Ireland. Having commenced its proceedings and expenditure with caution, it has already, since its formation in Stay, 1832, accumulated funds which have proved adequate to the recent purchase of a house, in the most central and most desirable situation in Dublin. The managing committee are now actively engaged in adapting the premises to the purposes of the Club, which, when finished and furnished, will, we hear, offer to the members every comfort and accommodation that the most fastidious can desire. These improvements will be completed before the ensuing Christmas. By the rules of this Club admitting many of our first class civilians to be eligible for the ballot in their various ranks of Lord Lieutenant and Deputy Lieutenants, an agreeable rendezvous an...

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TO THE SPECTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 4 January 1834

TO THE SPECTATOR. Darrynane Abbey, 30th October, 1833. Sir —This mountain hut which I dignify by the name of Darrynane Abbey, is the residence of a Member of Parliament, most remote from London of any British European dominions—the next to America. The wave comes here unbroken since its departure from the coast of Labrador. But even here the Spectator penetrates ; and I can -very safely say affords much information and rational amusement. In truth I like your paper better than I choose to tell you ; because I am looking for a mere act of justice at your hands, and I do not wish to owe any part of that justice to your grateful self-complacency. My claim upon you is this—You have devoted a column in each of your papers of the IGtlf’and 26th of October to a dissertation upon me. I, of course have no right to complain of being dragged in your fashion before the public. As as a public man, I am public property; and that the talented and well intentioned should deem me of sufficient impor...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 4 January 1834

POETRY. [Selected for the Jesuit.] THE WINDS. BY MISS GOOJ.D, AN AMERICAN LADY. We come ! we come ! and ye feel our might, As we’re hastening on in our boundless flight, And over the mountains, and over the deep, Onr broad invisible pinions sweep. Like the spirit of Liberty, wild and free ! ■And ye look on our works, and own ’tis we ; Ye call us the winds ; but can ye tell, Whither we go, or where we dwell ? Ye mark, as we vary our forms of power, And fell the forest, or fan the flower, When the hare-bell moves, and the rush is bent, When the tower’s overthrown, and the oak is rent, As we waft the bark o’er the slumbering wave, Or hurry its crew to a watery grave ; And ye say it is we ! but can ye trace The Wandering Winds to their secret place ? And whether our breath be loud, or high, Or come in a soft and balmy-sigh, Our threatenings fill the soul with fear, Or our gentle whisperings woo the ear With music serial, still ’tis we. And ye list, and ye look, but what do you see ? Can...

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EPIGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 4 January 1834

EPIGRAM. Why wonder Protestants object To beg the intercession of the saints ; They think they’ve little reason to expect These holj men sjrduld listen to their plaints; For, search the calendar thro’out, you can’t Find out one saint who was a Protestant. Upon the subject of religion and courtesy, Penn, j says, “ However different 1 am from other men relative to religious matters, I know no religion that desi troys courtesy, civility and kindness. These rightly i understood, are great indications of true men, if not good Christians.’’ The O’Coxxell Tribute. —The contributions to this fund are increasing very fast: the probable amount of the whole this.year is calculated at a sum considerably greater than that last year collected, which amounted to £12,533. —See Diary, p. 201.

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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Fifth Vol. of the JESUIT, OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 4 January 1834

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Fifth Vol. of the JESUIT, OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Mr. John Cahil ; Halifax. Rev. James Humphry St. John’s, 'N. B. Mr. Sherlock Eastport, Me. Rev. C. D. FTrench ; Portland. Rev. Constantine Lee..... ;...„ Dover, N. H. Rev. J. O’Callaghan Burlington, Yt. Rev. Simon Walsh Middlebury. Patrick Mooney Boston, Mass. Patrick Denvir Charlestown. Rev. J. J. Curtin ..Lowell. Rev. C. Canavan Sandwich. Rev. W. Wiley J- ...Salem. Rev. P. Connolly. - Canton. Rev. J. Corry .Taunton. Rev. James Fitton Hartford, Conn. Rev. J. M'Dermotfc— New Haven. Rev. P. Connolly Providence, R. I. Rev. J. Corry,- Newport. Mr. John Doyle .New York. Mr. P. Pilooney Brooklyn. John Manning * Albany. Rev. Mr. Ryder Philadelphia, Penn. Mr. Myers Baltimore, Md. John Spalding Pleasant Hill, Chas. Co. - Rev. George Fenwick Georgetown, D. C. J. Haseltine Bardstcwn, Ky. M. O’Dillon Salvannah, Geo. Rev. Martin Kundy Cincinnati, Ohio. Rev. H. P. Miles Zanesville. F. C. Hase Perryville, Mis. Rev. Mr. Jeaniea...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 4 January 1834

DEATHS. James Flynn, 85 years; Johanna Gallivan, 12 mos.; William Driscol, 4 years. INFORMATION WANTED ®F ASS PAYNE, wife of David Payne ; her maiden name was Farming; she was last heard of in 1829, at Dresden, state of New York, Any information respecting her will be gratefully received by her mother, Catherine Fanning, through the Editors of the Jesuit. Jan. 4. 2m. NOTICE. regular monthly meeting df the Boston Roman Js. Catholic Mutual Relief Society will be held at the Columbian Flail, on Monday evening next, at 7 o’clock. Jan, 4. ' D. TIMONEY, Stc'y. DR, S. H. SMITH.,. No. 11, Atkinson,Street. WELSH A H P. M’KAYj VWnpATCH-M AICER, 15 Water \J\g Street. Watches, Clocks, and Music Boxes carefully repaired and warranted on the most reasonable terms. Flas for sale-warranted watches from $lB to $25 each ; eight day gilt and Mahogany Timepieces, together with an assortment of articles usually kept in his line. eptf Jan. 4. M’ELBOY—TAIEORj ~ No. 12, East Corner Warren Avenue,Charlestow...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 Qs6g VTlio ■huuv, jig xuff riUtbv •—SI DEUS PRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS 1 IP GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US ? ROM. VIII. XXXI. VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1831. NO. 11. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday) by HENRY L. DBVEREUX, 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, Holt, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office 11 Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON. JANUARY 11, 1534.

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[From the Catholic Herald.] AN AFFECTIONATE ADDRESS, To every sincere Inquirer after Truth. By a Catholic Clergyman.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

[From the Catholic Herald.] AN AFFECTIONATE ADDRESS, To every sincere Inquirer after Truth. By a Catholic Clergyman. — Continued. O c/ " Since our all-wise and benevolent legislator, Jesus Christ, has established a Judge to explain bis law, let us, like humble and odedient children, submit ourselves to the authority of this Judge : There will then be an end of controversy. Fear not, my beloved brethren, fear not to submit yourselves to such a Judge. Tiie Church is the authority which Christ has appointed to direct you. It cannot err, for it is the “ pillar and foundation of the truth,” 1 Tim. iii. 15. And our divine Lord has said, “ that the gates of hell should never prevail against it,” Matt. xvi. IS. Since the church cannot err, why do you hesitate to follow it ? You acknowledge that yourselves can err, why then follow a guide that can err, when Christ has provided you with one which he has promised will never err ? Every man and every protestant society acknowledge that they can...

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[From the Shepherd of the Valley] TRIUMPH OF THE GOSPEL. LETTER THE SECOND. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

[From the Shepherd of the Valley] TRIUMPH OF THE GOSPEL. LETTER THE SECOND. Your reply to me, my dear friend, has afford- : ed me great consolation. I looked for nothing * but that ridicule, which is the customary language of those who affect the senseless courage of being above remorse that they may avoid blushing at the meanness of their vices. With greater honesty,candor and uprightness of heart, you acknowledge, that although, you possess so many means of satisfying your pleasures, so many resources in your youth and fortune, still the happiness you seek flies from you: that, in , the midst of your enjoyments, the vacancy in your heart spreads over your whole life an insupportable disgust, and a tormenting anxiety • when some rays of light flash for a moment upon your imagination and discover to you a future, which, although obscure, appears to be surrounded with ill-boding images. Even amidst your very pleasures, you say, the idea of the frailty of our lives, of the certainty o...

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BIOGRAPHY OF J. J. ROUSSEAU. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

BIOGRAPHY OF J. J. ROUSSEAU. ( Continued.) | Intoxicated with the stupid panegyrics of his j anti-christain partizans, he esteemed himself I one of those privileged geniuses, whom Heav- { en in its unwonted condescension, sometimes bestows upon this sublunary world, as sublime models of imitation —his precepts were to proj duce a thorough regeneration—were to trace a I path of felicity, hitherto untrodden and unknown I —and like the demigods of olden times, public statues were to proclaim his glorious deserts to nations yet unborn. Inflated with these ridiculous pretensions, his punctilious spirit could not brook the slightest contradiction—all his irritable feelings were immediately excited —indifj ference was an iniquity, and for contempt, our | nomenclatures cannot descend low enough to furnish an appropriate epithet. His indignation swelled as his phrenzied imagination augmented the offence, and to such extremities did his ire increase, that he was deserted by that i reason, to ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

We have enlarged the “ Jesuit”, this year, trusting solely, for support, to the liberality of the Catholic public, which has never yet been found to fail. So loud and so constant has been the call for a Catholic Paper, which, in addition to articles purely of a religious nature, and the occurrences in our own country, shall also contain matter selected from the best European Journals, in relation to the passing events there, and particularly regarding England and Ireland, that we need no other pledge on the part of the Catholic community, to guarantee the additional expense we shall be at; —we have heard their reiterated wishes on this subject, and, as they will perceive, have cheerfully acceded to them; —for the rest, we throw ourselves entirely upon their generosity. The object is a benevolent one—one, in which we all feel a deep interest, viz. the speedy erection of a Catholic Orphan Asylum in Boston, —one, in short, which, we are sure, will, to their credit, be soon carried into...

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[Translated for the Jesuit ] Eastern Indians’ Letter to the Governor. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

[Translated for the Jesuit ] Eastern Indians’ Letter to the Governor. July 27, 1721. Great Captain of the English :—You perceive by the treaty of peace, a copy of which I send you, that you ought to live peaceably with me. Is it living in peace with me, to take from me my land, against my will ? Land, which I have received from the only God ; land, of which no king or foreign power could or can dispossess me, without my consent, but which you for many years, have nevertheless done, by establishing and fortifying yourself, contrary to my wishes, on ray river Anmiskangan, on the Kennibekki, the Matsihouanoussis and elsewhere ; and recently on my river Anmoukangan, where I have been surprised at seeing a fort, which, I am told was built by your orders. Remember, great Captain, that I have often told you to quit tny land, and that 1 now again tell you to do so, for the last time. My land is not yours, either by right of conquest, by gift or purchase. It is not yours by conquest. When ha...

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[Selected for the Jesuit.] THE EPIPHANY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

[Selected for the Jesuit.] THE EPIPHANY. The feast of the Epiphany has always been 11 esteemed one of the greatest in the church; and, as such, celebrated with extraordinary so- | lemnity and devotion, and is still observed as a | j holiday of the first rank. Its institution is of ij early date, and it is one of the most ancient of | all the festivals ; and whenever the holy fathers 11 speak of the feasts observed by Christians, they always mention the Epiphany as one of the 11 most solemn. St. Chrysosiome, as cited by father T/iomassin, calls it the first and chief of the Christian solemnities, and in several of the Eastern churches, the nativity of Christ used to be comprehended in it, and celebrated on this day. By many ancient writers it is called the day of holy lights, from the great number of lighted candles and tapers which were put up [ not only in the churches, but also without, more particularly in the East, to signify and represent the glorious light of the gospel spread...

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[From Abbott’s Religious Magazine.] RIGHT REV. DR. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

[From Abbott’s Religious Magazine.] RIGHT REV. DR. ENGLAND. During the interval of worship, a little circle of the emigrants clustered together in the forward part of the ship, and commenced singing. In a short time a large proportion of the whole number joined the party, and for half an hour or more, continued the exercise. The tunes were of a plaintive character. —Some of the voices too were fine toned, and the whole style of the performance was in good taste and in strict conformity with the sacredness of the day. One could hardly help believing from the sweet and melting tenderness of some of the tunes, that they were set to verses which related to those precious themes, to which such music alone is appropriate. They sung in an unknown tongue, yet a heart that could sympathize in the songs of the sweet singer of Israel, could scarcely fail to be touched with notes that seemed to breathe a kindred feeling in those that raised them. In the afternoon, according to notice, the Right...

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[From the British Catholic Magazine.] PROTESTANT MISSIONARIES IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

[From the British Catholic Magazine.] PROTESTANT MISSIONARIES IN THE EAST. Gentlemen. —Whilst the sincere zeal of many of the Subscribers to Protestant Missions, with whom I have conversed, has elicited both my admiration and respect, I have usually had occasion also to admit, without respecting, their simplicity. They pay the annual subscription, and read the annual reports with implicit faith, and to ballance the account of cash, regularly received by the society, give due credit for Bibles, sown in the good soil, and an abundant harvest of converts reaped in distant regions. These reports are Uniformly favorable. The missionaries are more zealous, and converts more numerous each succeeding year, and only give them enough money for a sufficient length of time and there will be neither Jew, Turk, nor Papist left on the earth. Some suspicious people [and what unpleasant characters those suspicious people are] yet some do ptesiime to think it might be more satisfactory, if all these ...

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MUNSTER. Dinner to John O’Connell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

MUNSTER. Dinner to John O’Connell, Esq. I Cork.— On Thursday about one hundred of; the principal inhabitants of the town and vicin- ' ity of Youghal sat down to a sumptuous dinner at the Catholic school-rooms of that town. — \ Sir Richard Musgrave, Bart., of Tourean, pre- | sided, and on his right sat the guest, John O’- ; Connell, Escp member for that town, Dominick Ronayne, Esq. M. P., Morgan J. O’Connell, Rev. John Russell; and on the left of the | chairman, Daniel O’Connell, Esq. M. P., John M. Galway, Esq., M. P:, John O’Connell, Esq. j| of Grena, Colonel Uniacke, T. S. Coppinger, Esq., Captain Armstrong, odc. The entertainment’ was given in order to testify their appro- j bation of the public conduct of their representative. The room was very elegantly ornamented with festooned laurels, and brilliantly lit up with lamps. Seats were prepared for the reception of ladies, and, accordingly, a large and respec- j table portion of the female inhabitants attended. ' Every accommodati...

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