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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 29 March 1868

-W oZ.a xsMM niC Mac ms The TrMduu.at St. Jdiop 'sC6OChureh. The angregation of 8t. Joseph's Church have had an opportunity during the pasl week of mdaing the Papsl Tridanm and re. ceiving the indi-meaesatededto tio Thh edifying exeruie om last Sunda] oielaedag, assisted lby RBev:. Fathet Rubg and aesan dseesn- aand sb-deon. We oflii thigbest terms, a ads rseAhetipg gre n' athe' aeqoiplashed aornist, A=othe sleaeng ttesare @1 the oooedii was ti handsome appearance and complete organirstion of some twenty - altar boys, whose thorough fraining'a dad in great part to the exertions of the Chris tian'Brothers. The sermon at this opening ceremony was preached by Rev. Father Rubi on the char acter of the Tridtuma;aeuci ted, with the Pope. In this sermot refereence was made to the persecution it present raging against the Holy Father,and his call upon the faith ful for their prayers and spiritual aid. The peculiar form of the devotion recommended, --that of the 'Forty Hours.AdoretQlon,-of...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 29 March 1868

-oaers A£a cstD CLZoa rrWoZLcarb 4x, SUNDAY, MAoCH 5o, 1s58. ua amsii On r ir. AUveUmraZ. The following just-and eloquent tribute •to onse of thelgreati--iaainf~i niirilghtsof the Church is condensid from an article'in the Coutempemrny RePime. It is the more striking from the fact of its emanating from a periodical whose proclivities are anything but favorable to our holy religion : There ark few books ila the world which present attractions sa iniany ditferent classes of readers i the Confessions of Au gustine. In the more fully than in any other anmon s ioluiiinoiis productions, is reflected " at miiture of passion and gen tleness, authority, and sympathy, of large ness mind and logical rigor," which has gi him such i rare influence in the Chris " Church: The nmun of lettersAfids in it the very specimen of those revelations of an inner life, utterly unknown to classical-anti quity, which luhave an especial charm for the modern spirit. Hie roeognizesin-it astyle ing at times into...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 29 March 1868

NEW ORLAN'S, 8UNDAY;' MALECR , 1588. CoNCuRinaG ;Brans.-In the Naturraist, Wallace has published a veryinterest ng per on the "Relation between Sexual Dilfese of Color - and ltdflcation in Birds." insome few ecieof birds the fe males can l of s plunage more beauti ful and thmn that- of the males. In. eases where the female has thin co6spica ous appearance, the nest always conceals her, but in case where the female is of a full color, the nest exposes a conuderable .ltonf theitting bird. When the male bird iless brilliant than his mate, it is found that he performs the duties of ineaba _tion. There seems, then, to be a connection between the color of the diffirent sexes of birds and the sitting over the eggs.. Mr. Wallace ebnldered that Darwin's-principle of natural selection most aptly explained this connection of color and nests. Tnz NEW FS ij o GAs LIGHT.--Our for eign exchanges several weeks since an nounced an improvement in gas l hting - which had been discovered by twoFrno c...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 29 March 1868

My husband had left me to procure a catalogue, when sddenly's heavy hadi was laid upolnmy shoulder, and a voice hissed, rather than apoen_ intq my ear: 'Aye, look-for the sin .tha brandej her lsmitkednpon yourbrow? The bot breath of the speaker BusittP on my cheek s low, stornful laugh, and t was gone. Bewil -_ ddered, I turned round, hnut maw no one who seemed likely to have add iii mei , or who seemed to notice me. A few paces from me, looking intently upon a small painting, there stood a tall, stately lady, and no one else was near. I hastened, when I recovered the use of my faculties, to ask her if she had seen any one speak to me, when she quickly arose, and left _the room. As shoeturned to pass to the door, saw her face'it was handsome, but so cold haughty, and with so fierce an exp_ -self-wil, that the weo ps; it was a strange i t, too, and it ted me all day. I was bewildered; but d not tell my husband. I did not win trouble or annoy him. I was frighten d c~rt of spirits, and...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 April 1868

"A nObioE O .a-.o rrs- stroet. " HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF I TE T9R-I-t1d, TIDINGS OF GOOD TwlmGSI Tam--ear Dola 1w.-amm, t Advaoe. VOL UMi I. .- NEW ORLENB, SUNDAY -MORNING, APRIL 5, 1868. N- NUMBRI 9. EW 1PRLRANS. sIrNDAs. APRIL i 18e8. S-------------- :, WHERE IS P ARIL RBIV1EII HEumRnl. Since the inditing of thei ubjoined graceful compo. aitlon, the popular author.es invoked has come to' light in one of our city contemporaries. Whether it may have been some subtle at-d. mhterious " affinity" with 'r poetes that woke her up, we shall not attempt to es at at any rate, we cannot be obheated out-of these beant lines merely because their questions were an swered before binag asked--a print: Where aisP verer Our bird of the wildwooi ! Where has the rel of melody flown Like the hermit of o , he was charmed in the forest. We have listened, entran , to her ravishing tone ! Where is Pearl Rivers? The t, meeking aluger! Whose warbling. are feesh as the of the morn, Whose fanles a...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 April 1868

S- STAR AZWDarESUP u m Samnnm . ORLEANS, BSUNDAY, APRIL 5, IM * BDZRIS ARCA. H UBhTr DR VRiE. Aubrey de Ver, is one the sweetest and most brated of the Catholic poe of Ireland. He We believe, the" on of Sir vere le 'ere. e of he oldest and moet distinuished Cathb lipe of the Green Tlae. From ua toend A hto end. O- : '"x With rswift yet bae t doth Tly purposes their 1I It sequence S s each. in Thee is no ang aunaj mleght From h oany nd lw that swerves: The orbi of Tbine aet and thought In anecemAion wind their cuvee. then with what a gradual care - Mat thou have sped that acred shrine. The Ark of grace, ordained to:bear The burden of the Babe divine! Now many a giftwithIe her brewst Lay stored, fo Him a conch ts etew ! Row many a vtrtue lined His aestt -How may a graee-beslde ima grew I Of love ea love whaLt sweet excess ! How deep a ftith ! a hop hw high ! May on earth of ibs we olguse - BDut we halI ase ee wha we ia I Dispatches from Vienna stati' that the most enthusiastic dem...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 April 1868

mroammmeo stan aw tazawcw summmwas ]xw orrLArx SUNeDAY, AP . 4 s1559. Diocmas OF PHILADLsrPAL.-Tie Right Rev. Dr. Elder, Bishop of Natchesjdelivered an eloquent lecture m Philadelphia, on St. Patrick's night, in behalf of the House of the Good Shepherd.. The subject, "Life and Times of Oliver Plunket, Archbishop of Armagh," was treated in a masterly manner, as was to be erpected from the well-knbownrbllity of this eminent prelate. Speaking of Cromwell-and-hs-heL.e,-the Bishop says (vwe quote from the Standard's Even in success the bully is a coward, and Ireland's enemies, designing to lay hands en the priests, and the. women and the children, they wanted first to be sure that the Irish- soldiers should be out of reach. In the late war in our own country, it was found that Irish soldiers had still that weakness-they could not stand by and see a woman insulted or an old rman robbed; consequently, measures-were taken t~- re-: move both officers and men to other lands. Thus many dist...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 April 1868

ORmIG STAR AND CATHOLIC _MASu u Ptltt tsttuaa wasgtar Br PUBL D MrruT Bt Te MYewa Gciana Catlct dii* g Coapaay,. at No. 140 Popdra streaet, btelwn Caisp and bt. harter streets. - -- TiaDrnati fethe Company-:... - The ota.R to.-Arcabiuhapr J. M. O. Pr sidesnt. Vey Erev. No. .. 'tnertn., V. 0 ., Vice President. ev. T. J. imrra,. C. M.: iRev. J. iS. Iaun". C. SR. R.; Rev. J. FLANArJ.N ; Mr. HIea;t Maij.lKogn; Jr. Joul MrCA'atry. Treasurer: Mr. T. Foi ThWIt IJAM, Stethryl'. All tommununatlona ae In I,,. n latrldesai to lti adi torn of The .Vaoraing Mar ntd ('thol" .Ml/eearar. -- - Terrtaa of" ualaacriptiaaa, Faun tall.rn Ltj.r ralllalu. intlleg ra ojls Ten Centa. Aldvertieme-ts insurted at the m r t., of 1 50 prjer nquabr, eight lines. solid Nonpareil. caanetitautlag aa square. 'Translient aletartmae. ituenta. having thea ront of the plper.r first insertiou, $t to ipr malllature a;alh Anlllataeqlellt iuter. i tion, 73 eants lper squaraata. Adtvertlisments inrtad at las ttl'atJn, ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 April 1868

OUNIEO STAR ANI CATHmLIC wgnM NEW OmLEAnx SUnDAY. APRIL 5, Ies. St. Vinornide PUlats Ch i b. This new and splendid church was the scene last Sunday of a besatifal- religion's demonstration, in conuection with the-No vena of the Seven Dolors, being made there at that-time, and -which-tersintd-o -Frl day last. Previous,to bigh miiss and in ae cordance -with the notice before given, a splendid procession formed at the church and marched around the square. At the head was placed the procession Cross,. supported on either hand by an acolyte with a burning tapery then came the children of the catechism class, some four hundred in number, boys first, then girls, each bearing aloft- a small ori flamme surmounted with a cross. These, as was the rest of the procession, were formed in two lines, between which the music was stationed. Next came the ladies composing the societies of the Good Death, and of the Seven Dolors. They were present to the number of two hundred, though they comprise som...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 April 1868

3m1P0 RAZ ANDCAO DM SAlo M 0g33B. ma • === - the nIW ORLEANS. sUNiDAY. APRIL 5, 1558. see _ Osi sxMw CATE.IUC 33T315. coI the Gratifying evidgnceisevery day furnished from intellectual sources, of unusunal ten- eta dency tothoughtfnl inquiiies, respeetlngthe pla Catholic Church. This reaction we do not AI attemlpt to account for on plausible, ,philo- dot sophic grounds-the methol so much in all, .vogue. We are content to believe that it is oft the work of God, and that through human is 1 instrumentalities, all things are combining bet for His glory. tot Sir Archibald Allison, Hallaum, and Lord tiec Macaulay have somerpreglant passages on Fri the reaction which took .place within one is i hundred years after the so-called Reforma- -ma tion. After a lull orstagunation of someyeaLs ma signs are appearing in the moral h~ n, the which presage startling developlnits in our anal own day. When such men 11its Colenso, wh Spencer, and theSanther of "' Ecee IHono,' doi are found in thbe siom ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 April 1868

xmomro rsa.£Am aTr IMa ~n. NEW ORLEANS. SU0DAX, oAPLIS 48 6. eaTHWrsr, alesgiuar Ma. THi CANDLE Fxsn.-Thlsis one of-the most curious members of the finny tribe. It is caught on the eosste.oBrltish Colum bia, where it is extreumely eommon, and proves very useful to the natives.. Some idea of its marveloufatness may be gleaned from the fact that the natives use itas as lamp, theght given being very consider able. The ait when .dried, has.a piece of rush pith, or a strip fom the inner bark of the cypress tree drawn through it, a long needle, made of hard wood, being used fo. the urpose; it is then lighted, and burns r till -consumed. Any one can read c~tably by its light. nRAOE or 8;SCNcn.-Courage in the battle-field is celebrated in lsatory and in song, but little is lald of the courage e hiblted in purm ameidntOiDastadOt mll ofen realb e than was ever called into aeg i war. is said that when Arago and Dulon were employed b F the pFreh Goeranmmnt to make eciments upo- the subject o...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 April 1868

MOUWOIe ITAR AD OCA DoC , amun U. NEW ORLEANS. BUNDAY, APRIL ., 1868. (Prom the Ave Marla ] PALX SUNDAY. WY THE LATI J. V. IILU 'TIiTO . Oh not like theirs who wait for light Tby patince., Lord! in whose clear eight. IFre from the merit of hopes and f'elr'. A day i* an a thousand years. The numbered years the promiae bring, Jerusalem receirle her King: Befotre her high. overarehing gate. 11er moltitudes Thy omnllming tWelt. WVhlle Thou, upon tlhe mnamned tirl. WVhich yieldsa to hat divine contrml. .heddest the mingled glory theurne Of moeeknen and mlnipotence. The shoueting crowds that line Thy eath. Hide not from Thee thie ominlg wrath : O'er palmn uati tedhce Iefrc Thee strewn. -Thon psa&li t ttile Cron., Thy thrlne.. -. Antd a. oIn (anrmel's levereign height Tihe hand-like cloud one rose in eighlt. So rne.n o'er that living sea Vengeance not nudiscerncd by Thee. Anl we the houlr tl. waiting, ye. - Whien throan tor Judgmoent alhelI Ie' ect : .tst Lord! aIltho 1ph the tUmo e i...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 April 1868

ADD QadthIL Resjjer; h--.,V oo-ex. ie 1 a "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF T1N .IT .ATBR!ING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI"r D M--rear  Am, i am. VOLUME L -NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 1,i88. NUMBER 10. ummu snr am a mrm Ico .- . , moet o,~i e..eted. A,.. -". - 1.. m ORxLEaNS. SRUt &y, APRBI. 1t ts. S [Frrom Kehle'sthrptiaa Year.] AN _ D_ AY. And as they were afraid and bowed down their faces to tn earth, shey-slid unto deem " Wh see ye'the living egass aýth ea He de not beea , but rrss ',9t Lae zzl, . - Oh dy ofda shall hearts set free N__. "miaretraptre" find tfe Theet Thenu art the Sn of other days They shine by giving back thy rays: Enthroned in thy soveeigo peyre Tho shedd'st thy light aon 51th. year; Sendays by Thee more glorious break, a- nd Easter Day in every week: And week days, followin in their train, The fullness of ~ hy b _esi gin Till all both reton and empoy'r Be one Lord's day of holy poy. Then wake, m soul. to bigh4elsres, And arlier l/at thine altar fire...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 April 1868

=MOaOiG ItAR AND CIZZOIM i> tOU M -a - -a- a wamw a--- NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY, APRIL 12, SS. n ' in th AD T1 Tan IrOU. guire The unaccountable indifference, we bhad repo( almost said the criminal apathy, w , loU_ seems to exist in regard to the present PI` lavix sition of the His Holiness, thb~i ope, is any- of th thing but creditablt uto us Catholics. tary, Have we reali hmensdthedangers he d which threatens'J ir-of Peter t Have the a e inquired whbitOur duties are in the forge pe 'ses Let us attend to what is passing tion aroun n, and if we cannot claim the on t merit of-se ajg the example of demon- argu' stratjig our fili ttachlnent to te i of Christ, let us at le follow that of others same who have a livelier fait ad more gener- form ones impulses. Holland, a Pro t king- -V -dom, a great preponderance o whose guir -Catholic population belong to the wor g TI classes, has collected in five months some- non thing like $360,000 in gold. Other popula- of a tions, insular and continen...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 April 1868

- mantm am,1 au m . We continue our extracts from the itlantie MoathI, with the aiovB6 ditibn. "Out'Of the months of infants anlof t:ii~ellings thbo ulat pbrfected praise."" ' - Protestants who visit Catholic institiutions for the first time, and converse with'toase who have charge oftheare surprised to d d how litlt d i OCatholi differ from other .~ood SoeTe~ssteuahsersf the St. Stephea'sun . schpol, for example, their Ltoe, manner, feel ing, east of countenance, remind yor conti a of Protestant peaons ge d, in the s They are as candid and open ap the day. h are as truly and entirely oninced of the truth oftheir elllon as auy tant ever was of hi, .and their habit feelin tdbilt Protestants is-compassio. They think thlMreligiton is altogether sweet4nda engaging, f)lof 9opifortand hope;.ai they yearn to see all the world parting of its joys and con soitions. Just as we, inur ignorance, pity ten, so do they inutheir ignoaucee pity us. Iorant Catholics, of se, like ignorant Proestant...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 April 1868

OamWe sma ALD C*TaOLIO n>a 6a1M Tenarmsi otr our Do as e an Pa - r ýau W SOlO 1 du Na OrmeuaeI sU .Wllaton fmmpaneu, qNae. 14O The Director of the Company :Mi The Mat Rev. Ahrc h Jo. .-er mtae. Prohsdent. Very Rev. N.J. Prces!. V. ., Vice Prealdent. kl Rev. T. J. SlTn, C.'M.L:ev. J. B. Dour, C. S&.; Bev. J. FwLANuAGi Mr. HOx Mc-1--- Mr. oJot ao All communlcatas are to be addressed the -i I - totn of-T P W4n e'. - Teru of HbAr.ptton, Four la per aunanm. Single eopi Te Cent. otea f- 150l oli e Advertlementa nlrted at te rate of per e, erght lint, solid Nonparel, .tcostittating 0qur. C14 t mvertmest n huing the of the paper. last inowrtioti.,- O) per quare ; each eaubeqnnt one- 1. a. 75 cants perna quate. AoLvertimnenta inserted at intervals, to be charged a o mew eeah nsertlou. -. Regular acsvertisr, whRo rilert largely shall be o allowed uch discounlt foatm above named tranient rates df t ma be greted uuon. ptolided, that in no case sa such ileount ecee 'i per cent. bh . 1 b...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 April 1868

NORaNe TrA AND arC*!OU ximnaU. oaw ozLasr, awArSUr AM= , ISM The Workhot *. n our last iasue,- Tes r ma s were made on the House of aeug, To-day we propose a few thoughts on a grade of crim inals of more advapee4 aga, Great diversity of opinion has existed as to ther most effectual way of dealingwith this elass. In arriving at conclusions, oppo site extremes have been reached.- Some would reform eriminai for their own sakes. Others would render it impossible for them to repeat their offences. umnan'itU lIfia so called, would punish too little; followers-of the code of Draco would exterminate the crime and its perpetrator by the same flat. Theories have been exhausted, and the riddle remains, and will not be solved by reliance oni ere material aid. To effect reformation, the conscience must bereached. Criminals are like other people, moved by the same passions, and analogous means of reforma tion must be adopted in both cases. While mawkish sentimnentality is to be excluded, love mus...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 April 1868

2tl~WrXLgEU I.A SDrDiYFPiL 40.-iUS. N iiV LhADaahmz of " ThiJnner Life of Lacordaire," s the t title of a odk recently published, which r has had an iminense circulation in every w European countr The tributes which L Protestants pay fronnimme tot lnine .the a Church and her holy servants, show the all Impressions that are being made on the t minds of our separate brethren.; The Lon- ad don Beview, a well-known antagonist of our th< faith, thus comments on the above work: ILacordaire, Ravignainlboth dead-Pete. Felix and l'ere Hyacintlhe; these are the h names of muetlwhose fiame as Christian ora- th tors has lbeen heard by us though they have de spoken in another hifiguage, and have pro- b fessed another creed than our own. e read of them filling the churches of Pareit, -not with pious women only, but with men v who have been drawn, aside by an irre- ce sistible atttraction from the frivolities of a pleasure-seeking capital and the more pow erful seduction of a rooted scepticism,...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 April 1868

Smmo ma m cauozin m U - -= Z w MRWIe BArds AIM CAltAýL WWWWWEE* wSW oxLnsAs. SUNDAT. A~t~L .Msa ARCHDIOCESE Ot BALTIMOiRE.-O the 29th ult., Sister Mary Frances de Chantal Lampe, of Hanover Germany, made her solemn reli~ka .ptoiOSidOf in the Monastery of the Visitation, BlessedVirgin Mary, of this city The Very-Rev. Father Provincial, C.SS.R., preished an eloquent and appropri ate sermon on the occasion, receved her sacred vows, and said the nass of pro fession; he was assisted in the ceremonies by Rev. Father Holzer, C.SS.R., rector of St. James', and Rev. Father Luhrman, C.8S. R. rector of St. Michael's.-Mirror. brocESE OF PRILADELPHIA.-Right Rev. Bishop Elder made an appeal on unday, S22d unt., tothe eonpgregtiono St. Mbal's and met with a respome, which was as ac ceptable to the Riht Be. Prelate, as it was commendable and praseiortiy" to the generosity of the centibutors. The amount obtained is a large and highly creditable one, and has elicited the heartfelt thankful ness of the...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 April 1868

MMoWS MTAv AND OATZar0 WMEUGNL NSEW IQRLEANS, SUNDAY., APRIL 1s, 6e. 'ONE TO ODD! a [Inscribed to the fond parents, on the occasion of their daughter'a departure for a convent novitiate.l to 0 beautiful voyage! where .Faith leads the way. s0 And Love lends his wings to the pilgrim's desire; to When the readl, all unshadowed by sorrow or sin, To the glory of God winds up higher--till higher! Yes, gone to her God ! not through portals of Death, With a wreathon her browandl palebadsonh erbreat ! Not gone iii a sleep even Love cannot break, |nl so peaceful its smile and seo changeless its rest!- T But gone to her God through the eloister's retreat, B Quitting the world for those bowers so fair, And aloeing her heart to the voies of  arth, To open it only to Him in her prayer. Yes, gone to her God linter brighteess and bloom, Her brow still adorted with the lula ofyouth: Shie knew that Lifb's premiaseswitmb too soon, , atbehsagelets sad ftadeles is God's living truth ' I2 Ars l gmte I ~...

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