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[From the British Catholic Magazine.] THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 February 1834

[From the British Catholic Magazine.] THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ( Continued.) A pamphlet has lately issued from the press, from no feeble hand ; the extensive and rapid circulation of which, may well swell with alarm the breasts of the dignitaries of the Establishment. From this pamphlet, we propose to select some extracts. Upon the present subject, Mr. Beverley, in his letter to the Protestant Archbishop of York, writes thus : Pp. 32, &c. “ And now, Most Reverend Sir, a few words are due on the probable fate of the Church of England. It is my belief that all Church-pro-perty will, ere long, be confiscated. A general feeling pervades society, that the sun of the establishment has passed its summer solstice, and is rapidly descending into the wintry signs. Already does this full-grown tree shed its leaves; the axe is laid to its root, and, because it brings not forth good fruit, it will be hewn down and cast into the fire. It is in vain to conceal the truth any longer, that ...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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[From the “Annals de la Propagation de la Foi.”] MISSIONS IN INDIA—THE BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 February 1834

[From the “Annals de la Propagation de la Foi.”] MISSIONS IN INDIA—THE BIBLE SOCIETY. Extract from a letter of Rev. Mr. Dubois. “ I wish to add a few remarks to those I have already sent you in my preceding letter, on the project of enlightening the Indians by means of translations of the Bible circulated amongst Ahem. “ it seems to me, that some people exaggerate the good effects which they imagine the simple style of the sacred writings should produce on a Heathen people. This error arises probably from the circumstances that we are apt to judge of the effects which the word of God should produce on the Heathen, by those which it sometimes produces on ourselves. But \\e should recollect that w r e were formed under its instructions and in obedience to its precepts ; that we received it in our tenderest infancy from Christian parents and religious guides, and that at a more advanced age we perhaps made the sacred volume our principal study; while the pagan was during that time dest...

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Ireland. GREAT DUBLIN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 February 1834

Ireland. GREAT DUBLIN MEETING. On Tuesday, pursuant to requisition, a meeting of the parishioners of St. Mark’s, St. Andrew’s and St. Anne’s parishes, was holden at the Corn Exchange Room, Dublin. The meeting was densely crowded, and the gallery thronged with ladies. Francis Kelly, Esq., was called to the chair. Mr. Dwyer was appointed secretary to the meeting. REPEAL OF THE UNION. Mr. O’Connell— The next question that has called us together, is one of still more vital importance. (Hear and cheers.) It is one that is happily free from the difficulty that attends the tithe question. It is free from every sectarian and peculiarly religious character. It is not a question between Catholics and Protestants —it is not a question peculiarly affecting Protestant, Dissenter, or Unitarian, Quaker or any other denomination—it is a subject that embraces Irishmen of every caste and of every creed. It embraces the rich as well as the poor —it would add grace and dignity to the wealthy—it would b...

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[From the New York Catholic Diary.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 February 1834

[From the New York Catholic Diary.] The reasons which induced Mr. Gardner Pones, son of the Rev. Mr. Jones of the Dutch Reformed Church, to adopt the principles and doctrines of the Catholic Church, are stated with candour, and cannot fail to interest our readers. In the hope of disabusing the prejudiced of their erroneous conceptions of the doctrine and practices of the Catholic church, I lay before the reader the reasons that have induced a change of opinion in my mind, from a total and obstinate disbelief of the revelations and institutions of God, and even in the existence of a Supreme Being, to a firm and unbiassed persuasion of the truth of religion, and of the infallibility of the church of Christ. It may be necessary to premise, that this change has not been effected by the advice or persuasions of any members of the Catholic church, or any of her clergy ; on the contrary, next to the grace of God, I may thank that untiring champion of Protestantism, Da. Browni.ee, for my pr...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 February 1834

A solemn service was performed in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross on Tuesday, the 28th inst. for the repose of the soul of Sarah Ann Davis, who departed this life in the Spring of 1832, beqeathing the sum of two hundred and seventy-one dollars towards the erection of a new Catholic church in Boston. This excellent lady was a convert to the Catholic church ; and from the day of her admission into the church, until the hour of her death, had uniformly evinced the strongest attachment to it. As her faith was strong, so her life was exemplary. Her charity will be long remembered by the Catholic congregation of this city. On Thursday, the 30th inst, another solemn service was performed in St. Aloysius’ Chapel, for the [ repose of the soul of John Esmond, who died on the Ist inst. in the College at Montreal. On this occasion the Bishop addressed the students of St. Aloysios’ School, a School connected with the Cathedral, who took an active part in the mournful ceremony, in a short and imp...

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[From the New York Catholic Diary.] CONVERSION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 February 1834

[From the New York Catholic Diary.] CONVERSION. Messrs. Editors —Ou the 6th instant, in St. Mary’s Church, Albany, I witnessed the solemn and affecting ceremony of the reception of the talented and learned Dr. Coleman, a native of Massachusetts, into the bosom of the One, Holy , Catholic and Apostolic Church. j The Doctor was educated a Quaker; he left the society some time ago, and joined the society of Shakers at Lebanon. Alter he had been baptized, and had read his profession of Faith, he turned to the congregation, amongst whom I perceived numbers of Protestants, and, in a cool, dispassionate, and logical address, | informed them of the motives that induced him to become a Catholic. In his sincere investigation after the only one, true Fold, he was solemnly convinced he found it in the Catholic j Church, and that, at the peril of his salvation, he was, in conscience and duty, bound to embrace it publicly and fearlessly : and thus he 1 sacrificed the deep-rooted prejudices of bir...

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POETRY. [Original—For the Jesuit.] ORIENTAL. BENEDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 February 1834

POETRY. [Original—For the Jesuit.] ORIENTAL. BENEDICTION. “ May you, die among your kindred." In Eastern lands the mother’s lips Oft utter with a sigh, A prayer that her lov’d absent one, May with his kindred die! And wives and sisters fondly join In hymn, and prayer, and symphony, And hark ! the burden of their song— His grave among his kindred be ! When friend meets friend, and greetings kind, From each to other fly, We list, the sweetest of them all— Among your kindred die ! Oh ! where’s the man, estranged from home, Doom’d its blessings to forego, Thinks not a mother’s tender care, Would mitigate his woe. In stranger climes hears he a voice, Like hers of days gone by, Meets he a glance like aught that beam’d From her dark loving eye ? And if he find a friend to soothe His anxious hours of pain, ’Tis not with wife’s or sister’s love— He sighs for home again 1 How much can we in that fond wish Of this, world’s bliss descry— No sweeter tones speak to the heart Than ’mong thy kindre...

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MATERNAL AFFECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 February 1834

MATERNAL AFFECTION. The following beautiful lines are from the “ Siege of | Valencia,” by Mrs. Hemans. “ There is none, In this cold hollow world, no fount | Of deep, strong, deathless love, save that within I A mother’s heart.—lt is but pride, wherewith To his fair son the father’s eye doth turn, Watching his growth. Aye, on the boy he looks, The bright glad creature springing in his path, But as the heir to his great name, the yountr And stately tree, whose rising growth ere long Shall bear his trophies well. And this is love ! Tins is man's love ! —What, marvel ?—You ne’er made Your breast the pillow of his infancy, While to the fullness of your heart’s glad heavings His fair cheek rose and fell, and his bright hair I Wav’d softly to your breath ! you ne’er kept watch j Beside him, till the last pale star has set, I And morn all dazzling, in triumph, broke 1 On your dim, weary eye : not your’s the face | Which early faded through fond care for him, ; Hung o’er his sleep, and duly...

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Page 40 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 February 1834

MARRIAGES. Patrick M’Goorty and Eleanor Dobson; Pattick Comely and Mary M’Donough; Hugh M’Albany and Fanny Flanuigan; William Taylor and Bridget Holloran; Thomas llalpin and Catherine M'Canliff; Daniel Dearscy and Eleanor M’Carty; Thomas Cabe

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Page 40 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 February 1834

! ! and Mary M’Cann ; Patrick Brawley and Ann Thompson; James Ray and Elizabeth O’Brien. DEATHS. John Ray, 23 years; Janies Powers, 13 yearsj Catherine Haze, 17 months: Owen Gilfeather, 25 years ; Michael Ingle, 42 years. NOTICE. | regular monthly meeting of the Boston Roman J I Catholic Mutual Relief Society will be held at the | Columbian Hall, on Monday evening next, at 7 o’clock. Feb. 1. D. TIMONEY, Sec’y. CHRISTOPHER ■ETERSON, No. 91 Ann Street, Boston. j AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF READY MADE CLOTHING. i DR. S. 11. SMITH. No. 11, Atkinson Street. STANDARD CATHOLIC BOOKS, 11 and for sale by Fielding Lucas, Jr. jl Baltimore, and P. Mooney, corner of Franklin and jj Federal Streets, Boston. Miscellaneous. —Doway Bible, medium 4to. Doway Bible, royal 410. Doway Bibli', Bvo. Doway Testa- ! ment, 32m0. Doway Testament 12mo. pocket edition. Reeve’s History of the Old and New Testament, Bvo. Homilies on the' Book of Tobias. History of the Church, by the Rev. C. C. Pise, D. D.,5 vols. ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 February 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 oe6; inig ■fi/iwv,7lg xaff fi/jwv ; —si dels puo nobis, quis contra nos?—if god be for us, who is against us?—rom. viii. xxxi. VOL. V. ROSTOV, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1834. 2VO. VI. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday) by HENRY L. DEVEREUX, lor the Proprietors, at §3 per annum, in advance. All Communications must be post paid , and directed to the Editors of the “ Jf.suit,” Boston, Mass. The object is to explain, diffuse and defend the Principles of the Oxe, Holv, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office 11 Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, FEBRUARY 8, 1834.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 February 1834

Purification of the B. V. Mary. —This Festival is instituted in honour of the B. Virgin’s going up to the Temple at Jerusalem, there to be purified according to the law of Moses, forty days after the birth of Christ, who was then presented in the Temple by his Virgin Mother, and acknowledged by holy Simeon and Ann the Prophetess, to be the promised Messias, so long expected by the Jews. It is called Candlemas-day, from the blessing and distributing candles to the faithful, who bear them in their hands, to express the share they have in Simeon’s holy joy, and to confess Christ to be the true light of the world ; by the preaching of whose gospel the darkness of idolatry and superstition has been expelled, and the glorious sun of truth and righteousness has shone forth to all nations. This feast was ordered to he universally observed, by the Emperor Justinian, in the year 542, after a great plague at Constantinople, according to Nicephorus, in his Ecclesiastical II istory ; Sigebert in...

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[From the British Catholic Magazine.] THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 February 1834

[From the British Catholic Magazine.] THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ( Continued.) As I have a lew more words to say of these young gentlemen who constitute the apostolical body in England, I pray your Grace’s attention to some short remarks on the Angels annually i let loose from the bottomless pit of Oxford and Cambridge. “ Amongst persons who are totally ignorant of the religion of Christ, it is a very common remark, that “ the young gentlemen of education and family” have greatly improved the I church of England of late years. In confirmation of this blunder, an appeal is made to the j experience of our fathers, who remember, thirty or forty years ago, a very different scene of riotous drunkenness amongst the clergy of their day. We readily acknowledge that the beastly ! intoxication of those times is greatly diminish- j ed ; but if the cause of this diminution is traced | to anything but a change in the manners of society, it will he a great mistake. Let us not, however, be too hasty, ...

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[From the Shepherd of the Valley] TRIUMPH OF THE GOSPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 February 1834

[From the Shepherd of the Valley] TRIUMPH OF THE GOSPEL. letter the second. — Continued. The office detained the religious a considerable while : in the mean time the effects of my fatigue became more insupportable, so that when they came from the church to retire to their cells, I was still absorbed and motionless in the same spot. The same ecclesiastic who first spoke to me, again drew near and addressed me in a milder and more expressive manner. It appears to me, sir, said he, that some weighty cares or some disquietude is preying upon you : if your sufferings are of such a nature that compassion, charity and zeal can afford a remedy, I make you an offering of the counsels, good offices and services of all who j are congregated here : perhaps God, who regulates every thing by his providence, has conducted you hither, to enable us, in his great goodness, to contribute to your relief. Leave me, Father, said I, in a very rude tone : I know not the God of whom you speak, I do not bel...

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[From the New York Catholic Diary.] FALSEHOOD EXPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 February 1834

[From the New York Catholic Diary.] FALSEHOOD EXPOSED. We insert below an excellent letter from a Spanish gentleman of this city, who was himself engaged in the institution referred to, in i answer to an abominable piece of falsehood I contained in this paragraph : “ The sacred and royal bank of 'piety has relieved | from purgatory, from its establishment, 1721, to November, 1826, 1,030,395 souls at an expense of 1,720,4371. 11,402 do., from November, 1826, to November, 1827. 15,276 1,041,797 1.735,7130 “ The number of masses calculated to accomplish this pious work, was 558,921 ; consequently each soul cost one mass and nine tenths, or forty-four shillings and four pence. This is the paragraph found in the Protest- ! ant religious Journals of Great Britain and of [ America. It is hoped that the Editors of these Journals will insert the reply, as an atonement for the insult cast upon the Spanish people, and for the foul misrepresentation of the objects of Spanish charitable Institut...

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Letter From Rev. Mr. Papier To Rev. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 February 1834

Letter From Rev. Mr. Papier To Rev. Mr. Gardette, Superior of the Seminary of Lyons. —“ The Protestant Missionaries have composed for their followers, some small works, which they distribute amongst the Pagans: these are extracts from the scriptures, incorrectly translated into different languages, which give the Pagans a ridiculous idea of religion—of which they neither see the foundation nor the aim. I have seen some of their works in Chinese : they contain short tales without any proof; or, if they attempt to prove any thing, they make use of arguments so ridiculous, that a school-boy, just commencing his logic, would not employ them ; as, for instance, when they go to seek after the origin of sacrifices in the culottes of Adam, hear how they reason : “ We read in the Bible that God gave Adam skins of beasts wherewith to clothe himself; it is evident, (say they) that these animals must have been offered in sacrifice, since Men then lived upon vegetable diet.” What powerful reason...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 February 1834

Letters received from the Bight Rev. J. B. Parcel, Cincinnati; Rev. James Dunphy, St. Johns, N. B.; M. Moriarty, Montreal; P. O’Brien, Templeton, Mass.; Edward Louth, Pittsford, Vt.; M. O'Dillon, Savannah, Geo.; John Doyle, New York. Such of our country subscribers as have not received all the back numbers of this year’s Jesuit, are particularly requested to let us know through our Agents, those that are wanting to complete their sets, and they shall be immediately forwarded, as we are determined to use every exertion to insure punctuality in this respect. We would, at the same time, suggest to them the necessity of calling regularly at the Post-Offices of the places in which they reside, and making diligent inquiry for their papers, for we have received complaints from some, to whom we are confident our paper had been regularly forwarded. Our city subscribers may obtain the back numbers at Mr. P. Mooney’s Book Store, or at the office of Mr. Dennis Timoney, Water street. It is recom...

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POPERY IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 February 1834

POPERY IN THE UNITED STATES. Such is the heading of an article of the Christian Watchman, for January 24th. This Baptist Paper, in common with the New York Observer and Zion's Herald of this place, affect to be greatly alarmed at the spread of Catholicity in the State of Ohio. They view with dismay its astonishing increase from three Catholic families in 1810, to 14,000 souls in 1830, and would exhort all Protestants “ to be up and a doing,” to counteract this hateful Christian society. The Baptist Watchman, in particular, observes, that “ while we concede to the Roman Catholics their right to spread their superstitions and errors, let us not forget our duty, as well as our own right, to hold up the standard of gospel truth, that we may counteract all false religion. And while we witness the untiring efforts of Roman Catholics to circulate their doctrines of demons, let Protestants, with apostolic zeal, show the dangerous tendency of each departure from the simplicity that is in Chr...

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BAPTIST CASE OF CONSCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 February 1834

BAPTIST CASE OF CONSCIENCE. The following case of conscience, with the learned answer by the Editor, we extract from the Baptist Paper, the Watchman , of January I 24th, published in this city. We present it as j a matter of curiosity—as well as to show what j puzzling questions, those out of the household of Christ, are sometimes subject to —and how they trim to evade them. Mr. Editor— Will some one of your correspondents be so good as to answer the following questions, which have for some time past largely occupied my mind. I am fully convinced of the perspicuity of the Scriptures ; and that they are the only authority we are to consult upon all things “ pertaining to life and godliness.”— Still, there are a few particular points, which, though they may be clear to others, are not so to my own mind. 1 wish, therefore, to obtain the views entertained by my | brethren, hoping they may assist in the corrections of j my own. I come to the questions. 1. Ought a member of the church to ...

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