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Father Stone's First Sermon. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Father Stone's First Sermon. Septuagesima Sunday (Fpb. 9) should | be remembered by the Catholics of New j York ns a day stamped with two events of much interest, though of very different j significance. The first was the sad and , solemn funeral service of the venerable ! Father Starrs in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, ! where tho remains of the Vicar-General were lying in state; th,e second was the ! maiden sermon of the recently ordained ! convert, Father Stone,in St. Paul’s Church, j for which lie was trained to the life-duties | of the ministry ho' has embraced. The one ; told to a sorrowing throng the loss to the I Church in New York of its last old pioneer', and its late steadfast support; the other , announced to edified souls the acquisition of anew light, snatched from the service of heresy to lend its native and safely-di-rected rays to setting forth the true faith. The former was the eloquent but silent oblation of sixty-five years spent in Divine servioe, crowned with a fitti...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
To Our Friends. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

To Our Friends. We have by no means got over the effects of the groat Are, which destroyed our presses, steam engine, boilers, types, ete. etc. Until we get fnto bur new quarters, in Boylston street, our patrons must have patience with us. The process of mailing our paper, the chrorno, etc., will not be perfected until then. Wc are pushing the work with all possible speed. By St. Patrick’s Pay we expect to get the roof on our new building, and by the first of June, by the blessing of God. we shall be in our establishment.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Wendell Phillips on O'Connell. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Wendell Phillips on O'Connell. We present to our readers this week one of the finest biographical and historical lectures ever delivered in this country. Mr. Phillips himself says of his lecture on O’Connell, ‘‘ I put my heart into it.” Carlyle said once: “Heis a God-anointed king whose single word melts a million of hearts into his“ That was O’Connell,” says Wendell Phillips. Ralph Waldo Emerson says: “There is no true eloquence unless there is a man behind the speech:” and Wendell Phillips : *• The reason of O’Connell’s success was that England and Ireland both knew that behind the speech there was a man, one that could neither be bought, bullied, nor cheated.” ‘ * lie that commits an offence helps the enemy,” said O'Connell to his people; and, says Wendell Phillips, “for thirty years he waged that battle between homeless, houseless, starved Ireland and the omnipotence of Great Britain, with law on its side : and no sheriff ever put his hand on the shoulder of one of his followers...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Expelled from Congress. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Expelled from Congress. The Poland Committee on the Credit Moj bilier investigation has concluded its work 1 and made its report—a memorable one. The report was read in the House of Representatives on Feb. 18th. It is comprehensive though brief, merciful though severe. Most of tho members of the House who were involved in the discreditable affair came out of it much more fortunately than they could have expected. Two of them are utterly disgraced, and recommended for expulsion. Blaine, of Maine; Dawes, of Massachusetts; Scofield, of Pennsylvania; Bingham, of Ohio; Keeley, of Pennsylvania; Garfield, of Ohio—these men have only been mildly, very mildly censured. The finding relating to them is as follows: “ The only criticism the committee feel compelled to make on tho action of these members in taking this stock is that they were not sufficiently careful in ascertaining what they were getting, and that in their judgment the assurance of a good investment was all the assurance theynee...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Father Burke’s Departure. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Father Burke’s Departure. The great-hearted Irish monk has been ordered to Gome, and before this news reaches our readers he may have departed from our shores. The death of the General of his Order, the late Father Jan del, it is thought, has much to do 'with his recall. Father Burke, our New York correspondent tells us, has earned $300,000 for religious and charitable institutions; hut he has earned the best love of the Irish people in America, which is worth more than three hundred millions. He came to us intho right time, and lie has done the right work. The prayers of the Irish Catholics of America should be offered for a safe toyage fo their soggarth aroon, and for the happiness of his future life. To-day the value of our beautiful Chromo of lather Burke is largely increased by his departure. Those who liavo seen and heard him, desire to retain his features in memory; and those who have not seen him in the life will be naturally anxious to possess an authentic likeness of the g...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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OUR NEW YORK LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER. New York, Feb. 18,1873. Father Preston of St. Ann’s Clrarcli, In this city, has had the honor of being appointed successor to the late Very Reverend Dr. Starrs in the Vicar-General-ship of the Archdiocese of New York. Archbishop McCloskey in making this selection from among the many eminent clergymen well-fitted for the position, has acted very judiciously. Father Preston is a man of scholarly attainments, sound administrative capacity, polished bearing, and a fine pulpit orator. His church in East Twelfth Street is attended by a very distinguished congregation*, and his beautiful sermons have drawn the devout from all parts of the city to hear him. Among his congregation are a large number of converts to the Catholic Chui’ch, and it is a common thing to find many Protestants listening attentively to his expositions of church doctrine. For the present Father Preston will minister at St. Ann’s. Father Kearney will continue to officiate as pastor of the Cathedral ...

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Source: Boston College
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The New Bishops, Brief Sketches of their lives. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

The New Bishops, Brief Sketches of their lives. We present our readers with brief sketches of the lives of the two recently appointed Catholic Bishops RIGHT REV. DR. CORRIGAN. Right Rev. M. A. Corrigan, appointed Bishop of Newark, to succeed Archbishop Bayley, was horn in Newark, in 1839, and is now, of course, in his thirtv-fourth year He will be tlie youngest Bishop in the United States. At an early age he entered St. Mary’s College, near Emmettsburgh, Maryland, and graduated with high honors ire 1859. He immediately went to Rome, and: in 1863 he was ordained a priest by Cardinal I’atrizi, and in a year afterwards won the degree ‘ ‘ Doctor ot Divinity.” The fol.. lowing year he returned to the United States, and on the retirement of the Rev. Dr. Brann (now of Fort Washington, and one of the ablest theologians in this country) was appointed Vice President of Sfeton Hall College, under Father (now Bishop) McQuaide. Dr. Corrigan was appointed President of the College after the elevat...

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Source: Boston College
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Personal. Father Burke has been ordered to Homo. Marcus Tullius Cicero Clemens is one of the Selectmen of Koine, Ga. Kt. Rev. Bishop Conroy has been elected President of St. Agnes Cemetery, Albany IS'. Y. L’r. E. L. Sheeiiy, an eminent IrisliAmericim physician of Maryland, died on Thursday, Jaii. 20. ArcjibiBHOP Manning is about to publish"'' a volume oi sermons on the persecution of the Pope.. Rev. J. B.. Preston, of St. Ann’s, N. Y., has been appointed Vicar General In plrtco of Ihe late lamented Father Starrs. W. tV. Corcoran, the Washington banker, is very lli. and only his most intinmto friends are allowed to see him. Mr. Froude’s last contribution to literature is an essay in the Christian Intelligencer, which lie culls, the ‘‘Attractions of Romanism for Uneasy Protestants.” Vice-President Colfax called on a friend the other day and sent up his card, bearing the following inscription: “Your sorrow—iul hut truthful friend, Schuyler Colfax.” Won’t some theatrical manager give Jh...

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Source: Boston College
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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Our Chromo. ®|e plot. BOSTON, MARCH 1, 1873. Persons forming clubs should show the chromo. Those who see it will subscribe. We request all to be particular in sending ■ the postage beforcliand. AGENTS WANTED. Men and women Of intelligence and business habits can ; make good wages in canvassing for Diik j Fii.ot . They must come woil recommended by their parish priest. Canvassers will bo furnished with copies of tlie Chromo free of expense. Address The Pilot Of- , flee Boston, Mass. Frlces of Frames for Father Rnrke’g ' Chromo. 1); inch Black Walnut, with 1 Inch Gilt Strip 1 1, fide *3 OC J Inch Black Walnut, with iucli outstrip Inridc 0 75 . inch Black Walnut, with M Inch Gilt Strip inride 4 50 Hi inch Plain GUt Frame 4 00 i inch Ornamental GIU Frame 575 Vi “ “ •' 0 50 Price of the Chromo to noil-subscribers .... 250 All of the above are of the neatest patterns of mouldings, and show the Chromo to the best advantage. tf

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Lecture by Archbishop Lynch, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Lecture by Archbishop Lynch, In our next issue vo shall present our readers with a report of the able lecturo lately delivered by His Grace the Archbishop of Toronto, Canuda. on ‘ ‘ The Catholic Church the Patroness of Science and True Progress.” *

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Where We Are to be Found. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Where We Are to be Found. The Pilot Office and Bookstore, 300 Washington street. Drafts on Ireland, at the Banking Rooms of the Emigrant Savings Bank, Dki Temple place.

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Sadliers’ Catholic Almanac [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Sadliers’ Catholic Almanac For 1573, with a full report of the various Dioceses in tho United States and British "North America; also a list of the Archbishops, Bishops, aud Priests of Ireland. Price, 91.

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Rail! Glorious Apostle! [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Rail! Glorious Apostle! A Hyrnn for St. Patrick’s Day set lo nm.-dc of the grand old national air of Ireland. Price, 25cents. Bythedozen, $2.

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Home for Destitute Children. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Home for Destitute Children. Harrlkju Avenue (e.jr. of Concord si.),Boston. Donations for Support of the Institution. The following sums have been received since our tebt:— Daniel McGrath. Xlaynevllle, Ala ....SI 00 ijuh.crlptfohs thankfully received. Quarterly Masses lire said In tlie Chapel of tlie Home for all benefactors, living and dead, and the prayers of the good Sisters uud children dally ascend to heaven for i hose who contribute to the support of the Institution. Persons wishing to adopt children will apply at the Home. They must bring a recommendation from their parish priest, Roll of Honor—for rayin'] the Dibt. Andrew Cassidy S fiO 00 Itrsons t cho have subscribed to the Roll of Honor trill phase pay up their subscriptions,at their earliest convenience, to Mr. Donahoe, or the Superintendent, Mr. B. Cullen.

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Rev. George W. Pepper. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Rev. George W. Pepper. of Ohio, is coming East iu March to deliver his Irish lectures. Anew lecturo, ‘‘Froudc’s Ireland, from a Protestant View-Point,” will he delivered before Lyceums on application. His address 'is Uftlian, Crawlord County , Ohio. The price of our Chrorno of Father Burke to those wbo do not take The Pilot is 92.50. To those who takoTiiE Pilot it is given gratis, by paying postage—2o cents. Drafts, payable at every Bank in Boland, for sale as usual at the rooms of tJio Emigrant Savings Bunk, IjfJ Temple place, by Patrick Donahoe.

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Obituary. Mrf>. Patrick Hughes, Toronto, Cn. Au: (lon mourns iu loud but easy sorrow. With niHrks of formal v. - oe when great ones die; But thoughts of greater ones to rlbe to-morrow Make short regrets and brighten every eye. But from the edrcle of a home, a Mother By Death’s stern hand is rudely torn away: Th'-n tears and woe are truthful, for no other To HU her place can rise some future day. Her loved ones and her little ones are reft On life's cold pathway of one sheltering love. But Ile who taketh, giveth: thisls-left— She pleads for them beside the throne above. Sister Mart Augustine departed this life, at the Convent of Mercy, Greenbusli, >i. Y., Jan. 28, in the 27th year of her age. A Solemn Requiem Mass celebrated by Father William Bourke, of St. John's, Greanbusli, and her remains were sojemnly buried in the little cemetery connected wit h the Convent. Depabtkd this life, Jan. 30, at tlio Convent of the Visitation B. V. M., Frederick, Md., Sister Mar...

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Regulations for Lent. Commeuccs on Wednesdny Feb. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Regulations for Lent. Commeuccs on Wednesdny Feb. 26. j Tbo following olllcial regulations for ; Lout hare been published in the respective Dioceses BOSTON. During the Holy Season of Lent, It la the Bishop's desire that some special devotions, such as the Way of the Cross, or the Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary, or Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, with an occasional sermon, should be ! provided for the faithful. Kvery means should be ' used to remind them that it is a time of penance and prayer, and that unless the heart is free from jin and die soul sancttlled liy the worthy reception of the bacrann nts, it will profit them little to Keep the fast of Lent. I. All the days of Lent, except Sundays, are fast days of obligation. by dispensation, the use of flesh meat is allowed, once a day, on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, the second and last Saturdays excepted. The use of meat on Sundays is not limited as to the number of times. Besides lard, the fat of any kind ...

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Source: Boston College
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Letter from the Nun of Kenmare. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Letter from the Nun of Kenmare. To the Editor of The Tilot. Bin:—l believe it is now generally known iu America that the community to which \ beiongh&s 108t,50.000 numbers ot the "Life of St. Patrick” lu the Boston Are—a work for which I had the honor of receiving a special approbation from, the Popfil.ini;>tlf. Thodt* numbers were on salt* with Mr. Donahoe. Kvery copy was burned. I uoed not say that this is a most serious loss to our very poor convent, struggling, as we are. with our th V Poverty of the poor around us. nut it Is God s holy will. It is Hla liolv will also Unit wv should labor as wvll as pray. Pam therefore, preparing an entirely new edition of this work. It will not he ready for some months, but. In the meantime, I have sent two of my agon hr— Mr. James Mone, now in Bt. I.ouls. and Mr. Midi ad Sullivan, who will be in New York about the time thin letter appears. Theec gentlemen are my authorized agents, and will receive orders for all my works...

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Sketch of Judge Keogh. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Sketch of Judge Keogh. We take the following vigorous pen-pic-ture of Judge Keogh, from the Irish correspondence of the New York Herald.— William Keogh was born in 1817. When eighteen years old he was entered a student in Trinity College. He won several honors, and was remarkable as a fluent speaker, vigorous in debate, and possessed of extraordinary self-possession. I should mention as a mere matter of fact, that there Ls but dim confidence in hLs independence, and that lUS PRIVATE EXIGENCIES have induced doubts which have never been breathed against other judge in the country. He had no practice at the bar. He is not r. learned lawyer. His mind is not judicial. He is quick-sighted, vehement and incapable of giving up an opinion, and ho is so often right that vanity has made him believe in something like personal infallibility. He was a forward- going man from the very first., Modesty he has none. When a mere boy he opposed Lord Charlemont for the Presidency of the Dublin Library S...

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Source: Boston College
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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Boston and Vicinity. Os Feb. 37, tho total number of smallpox patients in all the hospitals of Boston was 187. Dr. McDonald, surgeon of tho Ninth Regiment, has forwarded his resignation. Tho discharges of Quartermaster Dowling and Captain Dong feud Kedy have boon received irom headquarters by tho colonel. The Gazette intimates that tho murder of the Joyce children will soon ho announced. Wo hope so. Too many sensation reports have already bocu published. Deaths for tho wd*k ending Fob. IG, 150males, S8; femalos, G 7; of consumption, IS; of small-pox, 17. For the first lime in many months, tho Htfeali-yox takes the second place in tho list. The Cunard steamship llecla, Captain Murphy, from Liverpool Feb. 4 and Queenstown 6. arrived at this port .Sunday morn - iug, Feb. 16, with twelve cabin passengers and IG7 in the steerage, also a full cargo of merchandise. A CORNET band, opmposod of boys from the Douse of tho Angel Guardian, Boston Highlands, wire present at tho Catholic fair in H...

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