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THE CASE ALTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 August 1830

THE CASE ALTERED. We copy the following from Mr. Smith’s Report of the orthodox printing establishment in Greece. It is published in the last Missionary Herald. “ Where the government is of its (Roman Catholic) religion, our publications are excluded by law. Where it is not, but can be made to feel the influence of Papists, this influence is exerted to our disadvantage. And where this cannot be done, clerical authority is stretched to its farthest limit to shut up the laity in an impenetrable enclosure of fear, prejudice, and contempt. I need not mention the cause of this opposition. They are found in the history and tenets of that Church.” The orthodox storm terribly, whenever the civil law, or the popular interest, or the clerical authority is against them: while they are laboring incessantly to bring these things to bear against all those Christians who dare refuse to submit to their domination. But we suppose that this inconsistency is to be accounted for on the principle of the...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829)
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ANECDOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 August 1830

ANECDOTE. i A Protestant family (the anecdote is in Beurier) was one day reading among themselves a book of piety. A neighbor—a Protestant also—chanced to enter during the pious lecture, and seating herself with them, attended seriously to it. Having heard a few pages, she exclaimed, Good God! How easy it is to distinguish, that it is the spirit of God which speaks. The spirit of God! said one ot the family. Why dont you reflect? What, answered the lady, is not that the Scripture? No: it was replied; it is a histo- I ry. Ah, then lam mistaken; I had imagin- | ed that it was the scripture.—The company, in general, made no further observation upon the circumstance. But an individual who was present, made a very natural one. Here, he said, is a person who has taken a common | history for the scripture; of course, the private spirit cannot distinguish what is scripIture and what is not; therefore do our ministers deceive us, when they tell us that our private spirit cannot deceive us in...

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POETRY. THE YEARS TO COME, [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 August 1830

POETRY. THE YEARS TO COME, MY transient hour, my little day. Is speeding fast, how fast! away; Already hath my summer sun Half its race of brightness run. Ah me! I hear the wintry blast; My “ Life of Life” will soon be past; The flush of youth will all be o’er, The throb of joy will throb no more. And fancy, mistress of my lyre, Will cease to lend her sacred fire. My trembling heart—prepare, prepare For skies of gloom, and thoughts of care. Sorrows and wants will make thee weep. And fears of age will o’er thee creep. Health that smiled in blooming pride, Will cease to warm thy slugglish tide. The shaft of pain, the point of wo, Will bid the current cease to flow. And who, alas, shall then be nigh To sooth me with affection’s sigh ? To press my feeble hand in their’s; To plead for me in silent prayers, And cheer me with those hopes that shed Rapture o’er a dying bed. Days of the future cease to roll, Upon my wild affrighted soul; Mysterious fate, I will not look Within thy dark event...

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DIED, [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 14 August 1830

DIED, At Cincinnati, Ohio, 15th ult. the Rev. Fr. Raphael Munos, Ord. St. Dom. and late Prior of St. Rose, Ky. Requiescat in pace.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 August 1830

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 5 c~)sk Uiri? rjxiiv, Tie XCtd’ IjU-WV ; SI DEUS PRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS 1 IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US 1 ROM. Vlll. XXXI. VOL,. I. BOSTON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1830. NO. LI. The JESUIT? 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 Principles of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office No. 75, Kilby Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTOIX, AUGUST 21, 1830.

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The Resurrection proved from the testimony of the Jipostles, as given first to the Jews, and afterwards to all other nations. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 August 1830

The Resurrection proved from the testimony of the Jipostles, as given first to the Jews, and afterwards to all other nations. Fifty days after the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Apostles, and many other disciples who had concealed themselves in Jerusalem, appeared publicly, and proclaimed that he had risen from the dead. The contents of the first five chapters of the Acts of the Apostles (to which we refer our readers,) may be reduced to the following points: that Jesns Christ after his resuscitation, had, during forty days, often manifested himself to his disciples, and had convinced them, by every sort of proof, of the truth of his resurrection; that on the fortieth day after that event, he, in their presence and view, after having promised that he would send the Holy Ghost amongst them, ascended into heaven; that in ten day after, the apostles, with many other disciples, received the Holy Ghost, and were changed into new men. Phe feast of pentecost, one of the great solemnitie...

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FENELON AND RAMSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 August 1830

FENELON AND RAMSAY. [continued from NO. 50, PAGE 400,} The following is a part of the conversation between the justly admired Fenelon, and the Chevalier Ramsay, as given by himself, which led to the conversion of the latter to the Catholic Faith. May we not suppose, said I then to him, that Moses and Jesus Christ have formed this fine system merely as philosophers, and without any divine mission? May they not have feigned an intercourse with the Deity, not to deceive men, but to gain credit to their law, to make us good and happy by instructing us in true morality ? To this he answered me: Moses and Jesus Christ have proved their mission by supernatural works, which bear the characters of an infinite wisdom and power. I shall say nothing of the miracles of Moses, nor of the uncorrupted transmission to our time of those books which contain the history of them. You will see that matter excellently treated in monsieur de Meaux’s discourse upon universal history. He has shewn the contin...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 August 1830

The PATRONS of THE JESUIT, or CATHOLIC Sentinel are informed, that only one more Number remains, to complete the first Volume; —and consequently, the first year’s subscription. Those who may desire to have the second Volume of this Paper, which we promise to render, (having now got clearly through the drudgery of acrimonious controversy,) as instructive, as interesting to the Catholic reader, are requested, if living at a distance, to signify the same to the Editors by letter, Post-paid, and to enclose Three Dollars, the amount of subscription for one year; or, if more convenient to themselves, to pay the above advance into the hands of our Agents. |CJ“ Our Agents are requested to lose no time in sending on a correct list of subscribers, with the amount of subscription deposited in their hands, as we wish, and are determined, as in duty bound, to pay our way, as we g°-

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FAIR AND HONORABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 August 1830

FAIR AND HONORABLE. The Superintendent of the Christ Church Sunday School Society having seen in the last week’s Jesuit our remarks upon the term Romish, as employed by him in page 14 of his Annual Report, has had the kindness to send us a copy of that Report with the following candid expression of his regret for having used it; “ This word was by no means intended as a term of reproach, but simply as a short, and as the Superintendent supposed, unexceptionable, designation. Had he thought this word would have been considered as improper, he would cheerfully have substituted the name “ Roman Catholic;” as it is his wish to treat all, (even if they differ from what he considers the truth,) with politeness and Christian courtesy.” “ The angry Beast did straight resent The wrong done to his ******** , Began to kick, and fling, and wince As if h’ had been beside his sense.”— Hudibras. The Rev. Conductors of The New-Eng-laxd Christian Herald have at length begun to complain of some of th...

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To the Editor of the Baltimore Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 August 1830

To the Editor of the Baltimore Gazette. Conformably to the intimation appended to my former communication, I offer you for publication a few remarks upon the late commencement at George Town College. This venerable Institution was, 1 believe, the first extensive academy established in Maryland after the revolution, (although it ceased to be within the territorial limits of the State after the cession of the District of Columbia to the Federal Government) and was endowed with the privilege of conferring literary degrees, &c. by an act of Congress passed in 1815. The College is situated upon the summit of a very elevated hill, on the Northern bank of the Potomac, which rises gradually as you approach it from the town, with a very rugged and abrupt descent on the South to the margin of the river, and on the North and West to a deep valley. The Northern declivity of the hills, however, has been beautified by the application of great labor and art, which have been successfull...

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To the Editor of the Baltimore Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 August 1830

To the Editor of the Baltimore Gazette. A party of ladies and gentlemen from Baltimore and the counties bordering on the Potomac, visited Georgetown in the District of Columbia, during the last week in July, to attend the annual commencement at the College, and the examinations at “ The Ladies Academy” at that place. The high gratification which was experienced by all the company at the result of our little excursion, seems to call for a public attestation, which I propose to make, through the columns of your respectable paper. “ The Ladies Academy” which has been for many years in a most prosperous and flourishing condition, enjoying a large and increasing share of public patronage, is situated at the north western extremity of the town, about a quarter of a mile from the College, upon the declivity of one of those beautiful hills, designated “ The Heights of Georgetown.” The handsome range of buildings appropriated exclusively for the academy, are of brick; between two and three h...

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AN EXPLANATION OF THE BLOW-PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 August 1830

AN EXPLANATION OF THE BLOW-PIPE. This instrument, which is a late invention, consists of three different species of preservatives. Ist Part has a capillary duct near the bladder, which is closed near the puppet valve. 2 d Part consists of 100 pieces of parallel wiregause, having 3,600 meshes to the square inch. 3d Part is a water reservoir with a syphon fitted in it so as to afford a passage for the stream of gas, and discharge it under the surface of water which it contains. This piece is at right angles with the parts that precede and follow it. 4 lk Part has a capillary duct closed as before with a puppet valve. sth Part contains another assemblage of 100 parallel pieces of wire-gauze, having 4,900 meshes to the square inch. The last part consists of a long pipe terminated by a capillary orifice, where the Oxyhydrogen is set on fire. When the robinet of the bladder is turned, and the gas pressed forward, it passes of course through a capillary duct, a wire-gauze arrangement, a wa...

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THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER IV. OF THE CONTROVERSIES AGITATED AMONG THE CALVINISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 August 1830

THE TRUE CHURCH. CHAPTER IV. OF THE CONTROVERSIES AGITATED AMONG THE CALVINISTS. OF PREDESTINATION. In relation to this subject, Calvin maintains two very erroneous opinions: First, that God, by his eternal decree, has predestined some men to eternal life, and condemned others to death, and eternal damnation, without any merit, or fault of their’s, but of his own pleasure alone. (Lib. 3. Instit. cap. 21. 1.) It is evident, that it is the will of God, that salvation should be offered to some, and that others should be prevented from hearing oj it. (Et cap. 23 5) 1.) It is by no means proper to attribute the preparation to eternal death to any thing else, than the secret counsel of God. (Ibidem, §2.) Men, by the sole will of God, without any merit of their own, are predestined to eternal death. (Ibid. § 5.) I affirm that God foreknew, that some whom he had created would perish; and this so happens, because it is his will that they should perish. 2. Secondly: Calvin maintains, that thi...

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Page 412 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 21 August 1830

for sale, may be bad at P. Mooney’s Catholic BookStore, Letters on the Spanish Inquisition, in a neat 12 mo Vol. well bound aud lettered, at 75 cents. Idp" The above is unquestionably the best work ever written on the subject.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 28 August 1830

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Ei s ©so s 7j,awv, rig xad’ ; —si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos ?—if god be for us, who is against us ?—rom. viii. xxxi. YOU. I. BOSTON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1830, NO. 1.11 The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday,) by YTTIiIjIAIVT ST^IITH, 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 28, 1830.

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The Resurrection proved from the testimony of the Apostles, as given first to the Jews, and afterwards to all other nations. [Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 28 August 1830

The Resurrection proved from the testimony of the Apostles, as given first to the Jews, and afterwards to all other nations. [Continued. Their enterprize, in the supposition under our consideration, was not less remarkable for its rashness, than its criminality. For the former, inasmuch as it proposed no less an object than the abolition of all other modes of worship, and consequently would be opposed by all the people on the earth; for the latter, as being literally a conspiracy against the God-head, in attempting to give him a rival in the person of Jesus Christ. Hence they must have been assured that God would be against them; how comes it, then, that amongst so many men, not one was found who was deterred, or terrified, by either the multitude of the difficulties, the greatness of the peril, or by the enormity of the crime? Can it be supposed, that men, who had formed such an infamous plan of deception, would have dared to present themselves in the city of Jerusalem? Conspirator...

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FENELON AND RAMSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 28 August 1830

FENELON AND RAMSAY. [continued from NO. 51, PAGE 406.] The following is a part of the conversation between the justly admired Fenelon, and the Chevalier Ramsay, as given by himself, which led to the conversion of the latter to the Catholic Faith. The establishment of such a religion amongst men is the greatest of all miracles. In spite of all the power of Rome, in spite of all the passions, interests, and prejudices of so many nations, so many philosophers, so many different religions, twelve poor fishermen, without art, without eloquence, without power, publish and spread their doctrine throughout all the world. In spite of a persecution for three centuries, which seemed ready every moment to extinguish it, in spite of continued and innumerable martyrdoms of persons of all conditions, sexes and countries, the truth in the end triumphs over error, pursuant to the predictions both of the old and new law. Let any one shew some other religion, which has the same marks of a divine prote...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 28 August 1830

The PATRONS of THE JESUIT, or CATHOLIC Sentinel are informed, that this Number completes the first Volume; —and consequently, the first year’s subscription. Those who may desire to have the second Volume of this Paper, which we promise to render, (having now got clearly through the drudgery of acrimonious controversy,) as instructive, as interesting to the Catholic reader, are requested, if living at a •distance, to signify the same to the Editors by letter, Post-paid, and to enclose Three Dollars, the amount of subscription for one year; or, if more convenient to themselves, to pay the above advance into the bands of our Agents.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 28 August 1830

We shall take no notice of the ridiculous article on Indulgences, which appeared in the columns of the New-England Christian Herald of the 18th inst.; as it is not calculated to do much harm in the age in ■which we live. It is, in fact, too nonsensical to be believed even by the illiterate. The number of Protestant authorities quoted below as vouchers for it, only tend to shew, (if, indeed, the article has been at all extracted from them,) that the work of religious misrepresentation and calumny is much older and can be traced much higher than the date of the establishment of the New-England Christian Herald. The Catholic Church holds not such doctrine as that imputed to us in that trifling article. In proof of this, we need only refer those of our readers who are not Catholics, to the Council of Trent, where the doctrine of the Catholic Church on every subject as well as on that of Indulgences, is clearly defined and fairly stated. When such articles then, as the one alluded to abo...

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