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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 September 1869

S.. . - -  i, ilit °"Z ,-.r - , ý+, AJ- ,. .A . o . . NorningSta1 afldCat loliO Ress nger ' r. .. Pt ?l.oISEti WEEKLY By - xfe X\'w O)th'ai&E "Ct,,e rotl*oi Comenany, at , * Xe. to~ Grad icf Ireet. betweent Mnop aend Jfaeva. The T1rectors of the Coempanr are: Thr e M 0 6t R ev . A rc h b ish o p S. M . O D n , P xr ee s-n t Very Rev. N. J. PItOtWE. V. G., Vice President. " \e b + Re. CoO....LI.. MoyXtIA., Rev. T. J,. , Rev. .eaooIIAn M10YclMAU;' yr. IIL'oI MCCLOO x r y , M r. J o e n t Mc C A rv J*E Y, T re a s u re r , M r . T . % ,-, .,,, 2 : 't, " ';@ rITZWILI.oAxl Secretary. A ll c. m . e nu n tlo lm ae to be duldre ssed to the Zb .- . - Editors ofTA Mornin tar and .athaiicMeraeneer. S Terms ofaublcrtption, Sons Dollars per : unum, ' to drance.% " r Single eopies'Ten Centre. I "kJ',-. , A d ve r~tiea ien ts In iwr te d a t t h~ e ra t a o f E l 0 ' '"-  , : "• ' ' " per square, eight lines, solid Nonpareil, citU.. toting a sqare. Each atnbsugneOt insaertion .5 3 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. — 26 September 1869

" r_ . ae dt y ir this meant t lmmeLs vasa l ,ye the ,atholic ii i _Ar  ngnient0 ha all' It be defanded bt its Iton b 1ret ie rta n.ly a mistake. ino to appreciate the fact that etiment is natcural to m~es * ' pol he have wdo ot all things there Sp.The flowers in i ho ried peyrfumes, the bllugg the streams the moan , the forests, of God1 The heavens, as " Declare the glory of I :l rt thou, O God, in all th ,o only in Nature is the ne hrn the thory ele c heys ~ hm rae, s ery record of heroism, pten, love, domesti terxpaei8 or happiesh on every wort y acthat man may o, are ll sonded uis e nontto i ppreciato the fact sthat a hert the atar of lie Living Goatral to Is en bleto commni takte with his Creatort ht s the object of sienoce but the disco- tere i of lws that govern the world s What Ishe end of the knowledge of these lws but ththetmay make etvidentl' e mankind the greatnes, the godness, the power, the w-re om of God, and the harmony existing in all hat he bhs created Thoughts...

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. — 26 September 1869

pe OI ah IIbe ry, and the only p whe the Holy Mcri- ma Loe could has been offered. Mrs. Banmean, anI after the deth of her $ood husband, shose to .'I live with the Sisters of the 0oo4 Shepherd for y, the last four or five years. din DiOClis Oa C6LWBUase.-The beantiftTbrick Del church in Woodafeld, Monroe county, wee not dedicated under the invocation of St. ylveaster Get on Sunds -6th inst. with much solemnity, the pe Bight Rev. Bishop b oseerans omcating. The - Right Rev. Baishp confmed thirty-two per a sons from Woodr and Crane's Nes t On.Monday morning, Sept. 6 solemn igh tl Mass was celebrated in St. Johns Chureh Ml- an tonsenrg, by the Rev. Chas. Hahn. The tight of ev. Bishop preached in English nd Rev. me Father H nae in German. Thirty were co irmed on Tuesday.. - - Dhods 0 or Po s.uxa-The Cathedral of the Immacnulate o Coneption, Portland, was di consecrated on the 8th. It rs situated in an ma important position in the city. Pontiital High r. e Mass was then celebrated; Righ...

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. — 26 September 1869

--: ' ... t U t s ,. o -, n Dctors. To pvu.? ot, ·ttit ow l fllUed, atQth the beals a ~is s seaeox, to the lat g EW lar lrady tintliar with thevalse pf thispaper A pr fnnol for reaching all ciesq of the kabio. - 'D ring the .sum mer months it contained from nineteen to twenty columns of 1businoss advertise nts, and from one .and a half to 'two coloonms of new advertisements every week. The number of August 15, the niiddle 'of the a season, eoatataed twenty and a half Sand the New York lerald of the 16th Au onlyalxteen columns of advertisements. * In ~ae leeks issue w -puilishod two and a halfoolum of new adve * ements-- coluihn of Tinne~ Workers; a Gro'cer  s; two of Eduaatigntii°.- eels. laware Liquorr j ors; ,a e Sewilag $bines; oP . rnishing . Goods; one and Sho, Goods and ats; beaidules lu l colqlbs .' lnenus At-ertiseuimalt, represeaenis--.every business that is in the habit of advertibing, iqqlndiug Opticans, Steamships, Marble Works, Biaking and Exchange, House Movers...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 September 1869

srtsw oa> i Il ll W iý1irIt W . mleE PArmrae lawmssAmong ouar recently we turned eitisens, we w last week glad to see pattick irwin, Z'Eq., after a -brief tour to sfal Europe. His numerope frieots wmt be glad toJul see that he bears evidseo of the trip agreeing e with him, We doubt if in his extendede travels ies he met witha more publio spirited or entter- sag prising individual. We are sure none could aim ble cnounterSd who more modestly .wears de- Ma served honors, aud tho esteem in wlich he is cits held by his fellow citizens. La Mr. Nicholas Burke, who has beenabsent for roe a few months, we are glad to see back again, the hearing unmniatalable evidence that the visit of to his sivi lrtd" has had the effcet'of rqju- Ar venating hinm. the NEW P.A'ER.-The Dailty 'etrs, a now candi- rec date for public favor, appeared Monday worn- pre ing last, presenting a very creditable appear- a r ance, typdgraphically, and the collating and plh editing departments evince tact and inldustry...

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. — 26 September 1869

suMw. V sZaw, aws. smi Sa.,  r. ang ~~.sos -in `el a t llot gsoe qv*ee,*I owed Dow-.. Lwrd y t!fgi, n itbthoereco a *ss ten ahaL t s V eM The rntye lbooe -Al e otr land, an - d .t " pthe po ,1o ie owhir JeEtl earto to ort-e oiis at the Co aer cm thasy ofrete al1 .r-A ,m* rph  d at e s o De M h7Th, in refe " t. t- - et steatte ad i ot the riots: o a Mr. O'i onnells, r a owren er heyb wou':twaso otue to a thftn Irvine, e o e' thecatogrean be eehen ia Lm, i, oI. n to 2t atl to DO  oTh ne Lod on the eoitn ofdat tion t i Lord terd, hho M.P.o'n ThomslaeayHs r aewrye, ond James -'ilesiynim of House,-Xtikeel, to heo ne o the pleso for the ounlty u Es-T Secretary for Ireland re n0 o odcirculara . to the magitrotes f the --- reJommending that greater dishrelon as be cneed in committing per ass to apylo as dangeros.InlatidO. beY- ELjrgt. Agricultural Society's sherr wnwe opened at Tales on the 25th lt. gto tere mh o uand isolated position of th no ese fur thia year'e show, ans an exhibi...

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. — 26 September 1869

I o ".....ms answ awarsemarmaam h . pocare steIl latshber and, make shoes for the poor. - Physician's charges are bitter pills, but pa tiently borne. SBHad the man whli was in "sober" earnest"' been drinking. What piece of carpentry becomes a gem as soon as it is finshed t A-gate. Difficilties dissMlve before a cheerful spirit, like suonwdrifts before the son. The power of eloquence is a great one; next, perhaps to the power of sl1ence. He who gives himself airs of importance ex hibits the ncrege als of impotence.' People who~PLe so much to talk teir mind, should someta4 4ryt,ma-atntheir talk. habit is a cable. We weave threads of it every day, and at last we cannot break it. None of the sewing-machines yet invented have been able to see to advantage the thread of a discourse. The young lady with "speaking eyes" has become quite hoatgs in consequence of using them too much. A man in Manchester has. got so deep into debt that not one of his creditors has been able to see him for mon...

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. — 26 September 1869

p.so, 1m1.. T. , w igclish lan ht -mit itq protI-I t ~ . is known U , iýs now it may b 4 slahops have int e+ ! , ' hrmaeol~gy. u da towers bestrew p N an d ralsaaw in 'a.. fPble fa to reb gt the granuder of r dent pla th' suggest a method, and a katistý,.v"ces rO"' ,+ Am.r Aiams will nsilo st b the terms, but +tc . 4euti hre to observeso that nidicationsrmirtth -yh re oat of-place. There is noqunistYn It the present moment of any peculiar legislation fort Ile rehabilitation h of Southerners. It is not a question which is r eontaminated with the profanei-but on they contrary involverad qiostion of higher import -it affects tPablinse destinies of the Irish t, Church. - t This is the great subject which the spiritual p as dalen lure exiles foat Parliament, t a W'sfore them for cousideration. They are )i.Ult to examine the disendohiment of their Church, not upon abstract principles, but as an accomp!ishied fact. They are not now going to consider the nature of this Irish Bill,...

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. — 3 October 1869

a~ WEEKI.T~9~ · at.:· Rb. 100 Graeter stleet, bdees4 Osasp end Mayus Thne Directos.o h omeyae The Most Rev. . Aohb shop v. 11. ODIN, P VermseT o. 3. Pari o, V.ar Vollce prersidnt. r . ý { 'r"'r~f, c+ , tid dr ·v ~.,' -ri-·"~~ r··· -w· KEY;·· Mr*· JOH IEQaNaY Treasurer; Mr. T ý, f' 'n ;' M.k4 t1 trsy t pl: .71 orningStarand p e r s aR Ire , B IN l i n t . , s ol id Yi o n om p a n y, aon ti .Jft ; I ydo. 10o Qraver abeefo D khet Chmp and ms.- t ,:·ree;Y·~m~U;~~~Ii~~28· Insrted sahedde5tb505t15 ra The Dirar of vertseetomp t be re: The Most ev. r. hblabop M.~. Onix, Free charged s Noats set per lineV, each Insrten. Rae oe-a. eer street. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF HEM THAT BRING GLA TIDNrS OF GOOD TIS VOLUME II. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING,OCTOBER , . KEY; Mtr. JOHN cICIOI·N, TreasurersMr, T. " s.C_ All optmunltteasare t be addressed to the 1 Edttot~offl· Ymn(tgy Wu ~a"4 Ontao wfrdbtn . · Pa MuuTerms o aubsotiroptton, ]Iur Dollars per annum '_ " - opes. Advert~lesleuu Inserted at th...

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. — 3 October 1869

Uýý dNypgt s. . M One wu a3on to proteas gi~tma ObtainS tir sapd Ostheli Vassfll the .b m *aina .b j a to 1 1 a -A isSed. Thil s d uno oirYa muGieaorada'l ,iinOjCitif t the pnsi enthu o*tltica'L snrf :, o'the Em s S into Itr versy depths o and gi tealpsin of personal pow- say a' ulth afi no longemp reeognlru ine t as t t of a mebhe ieat o gorern- age to pea how thll present Ilb-,eet tar tetet of France con be guar- Ph t lee vthe ivdivrtie o action of one mun L thel atloneo. w ifsand hlmseilf the State. Publie iy the opiniona if sx jlprgesd in cluti'er language, wold4 oore the e present r tie ncomopati- them;I J With the r s talv arpe and tisa hrer principle it would la to dcncting cet puntst of Frrrpcn, believing It to be the only lug heo .gmedy for thesocial wound, and the anly t 1; Its 1 of advancementt with thre spirit of rite 1111,1 itt 'ar, chu a which has begun isr only a Gont- i torparttq~ at shish bas taken place Indols- Au'' of dense beia, italy and SpaIn. lungs were the Id...

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. — 3 October 1869

MjNRNa Wera £31V CI!ZOLUO NZUWG the ?0p4 tention Rye OELLJ5, BSUNDTY. OCTOBER a, Ia. thinker .__--U·MMC·CMMWLI the UIf Dtll>L> oa1)ShroL nr time rot Admira D)IOCEzS O( PuHL.ADFJIH'tA.i-Conrtnatios.- aeur On Sunday, the 19th ult., Rt. Rev. Bisihop thO Wood ypocseded to the Church of thoe Nativity, to coot ,a edi., and adminiLtered the aeratuent of A Confirprtattonidt54 calnlidates. romnt blediia Hnt the lt. -Ro'.- Ptlnto started for Ivy Mills, }auncil where, at elevety o'clock, in the Church of St. ally r Thounts the Ajostle, hq gave Confinrnation to spepll a, endidates. From here,1 theRIt. Itrev. ishop joiner, lwoc'edcd to St. Anes'e Church, WesatChester, (ount :ial zodimiistered th'e Sacramnent of CouIirjuia- cently tion to.lG2 candidates, umoug whom were four I Cath converts of I'Pub UDiticLESE or c r133v)N.-'Thu news Church, of ding n W'W)01rn, Mass., was dedicnted on the 12th This u uilt. by RL. Rev. Bisholp Williamuls. forbide DIocE8r or HAwrFwOnt.-s-cdiention of th I sk ...

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. — 3 October 1869

Co ssor of A~fsunm, Cere-r. and Confessor. -77 of W* > M Peter's, an Veried;asseimbled ast -dmba- , a t esa the bhllaig ' oe r.atae The oeremoey was e .e y the very Rev. Abbe PRe emassisted by the curate of the pprli of thepriests of thevietnage. Al l .t being prepared, it is hoped tabe heehiahhri'i Alnished on the 8th of December. Acgo5WOWiDOait 9 $t.-Rev. $Ravoine, parish of St. James; 4; )4 r. K.l A. Mylotte, Bayon Sar, $; P. O'bShea, Alexandria, La., «d; John Cla0ny, de., ,4 ;Ja ape L. Calvert, Pauna M- risa, Teni $1 .'.Anus E. EXan, Mt. Leba non> ieniil~e parish, a., 4 Miss Agnes Hag gerty, Notches, Miss., $4;,Mrs. Spalding, Balti more, M spr g, Montgomery, I To tiarauW on Is called, at tosm, .sean, to thea "wn Jas Mosnzaro 2 ,, ,dipa I' weekly o apsamua-e s-qal to ¶1 ilt o - 14 S eoletosiha ovt the'uý _... 1 Mathy ie rT lseas saite i A iliar with the value ofbispaper as ahae )r reaching a all classes (ft epueblis. si During the esummer mouths it containeda from nineteen ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 October 1869

zaMINWGTAR AND CATHIOLIC UMlEOSO. N1eW ORL&A6e, stUNDAX, QCTOUER s. ieee. EEV-W 07 T= WER. SREUrvRNEuD.-W meThappy to announce the return of Thomas ill zwiiasm, Esq., Camp street, after a slhrthbusiness tour North. Though thetehathimL Srar y--ay- interrup tion of the buselnes of the arm during the summer, we are glad to note that- the fall opens with renewed activity, giving every in dication of a most prosperous season. Branor QurLAX.-We gather from the mo bile Register of the 29th nit. some particulars regarding the movements of the Right Rev, Bishop of Mobile.- The Bishop left that city on the evening of the 28th, to attend the (Eoume nical Council at Rome, stopping on his way at Tuscumbia to dedicate to the service of God a handsome edifice just erected, and at HIiunts ville and Bridgeport, for the purpose of admin ietering the sacrament of confirmation. On Sunday, the 20th, the Bishop announced at the Cathedral his intention of proceeding to Rome, and-in the evening he was ...

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. — 3 October 1869

55 ACork gggmrr·Easa44 rromwros s, senovl Adam move T, OTO~33, .tion ggptd dshlh JZWI. elahi ) . taI~lky:f takes tad or re sawI 'hsam e to task for his expressions time, Solo of he lnerasS do- of hi u zgBa sbkl se tohe t ttatlri 1 baililr *ts B0o latetollorranmof Mehn .-T F she e ays there CJul hsa o the r a rettelu state ofbfosbnl than th 45PltAL~liOrlda r thel ~lslea~8nai. ftad usd houIm be lying tabs in. ash'i ýg ý ý into 6r oev e tbhs Csa hl ' C;r~ati.-" dare Jonrneisays: W pply to re jic to lkeysav to record the a e of In. evi qpsZ Sb.Izt5PoCtOr al Irish Con- after S oal t, a .l . ., s o arrmorris, Af. 5t r Wame. bm Mo *O of T0onugb, have oAan, hesn appointd thc Lord Lieutenant Gov- - a e eors o- Lunatio Asylum. yard .-Tbe Irish iaess, of July 1, saya: and oral of a yOUng man named Dalton, ly em died suddenly at his residenc, Townsend TA a tooke yesterday. lie had been con eTewsawthTFeniatIe e, ond had suffered am- way prisnrieet nder the suspersio ofe e habaA fe ris sent Three...

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. — 3 October 1869

>rgN3XO 5fsa.AID CAss*U.Oo NsesswGu. 2r, ORIAa. MvUPAn . CCO1ng 3. slas. a P WI!AND WI~ROX.. a] homs The rightful hei-'eot the chignon. "I The winds mercbants. pray for-the trade "h1 winds. as Men who take things as blhýcoape along- of Thieves. to Tihe flowers of speech spring from the root Qf the tongue. --: .The best lock for irearm-Theo one that will At lock them all sway forever.. knit An eoragod man tears his hair, but an en Oliv raged wonman tears her husband's. chat 1" ow does y1ir. horse answer r' "I really Ahbb don't know, for I have never asked him a ques- 'Ti t ilon- men The Cttrise pictr-of-ambition is a-man- MMEi du:rin trying to catch a comet by putting salt The sit its tail. of - hoe spnit rg.1 's nose is beoomue a matter of Lo- horr don newspaper comment. It is us much red as eRA his serIons. Oli' A "great brate of ai husband" is advertising ,: in the papers tifor a atrong, able-bodied man to Olih hold his wife's tongue." wh An artist painted a bottle of spruce be...

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. — 3 October 1869

lath t t ` its " >fo ort, nEa Slfl toweods ia _O st .with them. erts ire`.- 'i0 looked upon as an ie. our churches are becom mill e ther ra inreasing con osw~hichevery B , and in many essthe l .teryte of the eat os th e belief ere tty ci#s, be looked aqpida seialoityw ourGrma t a hol t ity. h t . is hop on scsbcated the now chrc bil Ar t. r congregatond with the usual slemn'dremonier pretoc elour holC there are twiao of the ohrm I o f' e etion, onte of which y a esapletd, sad, when ~sbe4. t 8et credit on the enter bard a ions seale of our German by whom it 13 being erect .ihr e oa avenie o oe of the £tt W the northern part of O1t aLps~qL~ Ao bxe rri Gralnxx Bran .ThOgressm.i representatons resphct thesee undtael. the supervaon of then Rauetr alsebh, wh ll possess all the qua. itter8aee Ate mkolongwis undertaking ar a sled.nutg ea blding which will oeat he teold t credit to our city.of Business arae daily looming up.f the mth a ate sanguin the of a prosperous ~ s~fi wstaer gauese....

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. — 10 October 1869

r.":* .~7~ . -_ -1 ý a .r.,". ý :, , ' c."7b?'ý E'd.',s ..+*T."" '' iý ý y, TL ,ti,ý r '7 ,ý._,;A~~'~i.l * ' *ornIngStiu'fl C#Ab dO1S OE MP _-. -g~ p b a , NO. 109 Groutsr I9we1. bl'ilwin M 994s _a +f40 zin atretS IS -. 1'·· , ·· *~~~.~ flMa 11v-'i / .ibThe~rectors.ofth Sares= % ,'. ?44 Re onMcuua ornmsA Rev T. T aZV Mr, Joint VcOAy"iT, Treaesurrs Yr. T. zaa -uniatlepare to be .adrem sse the r" ...i f Terms efaubeeripo a. PeaDoU&ejerd in advance. n Ii Fsýý singie copiee Ten Caten Andvertisemenbts Inserted ayt the rate of so 60 per enoe sig61 Huge. eelis Wonpamfl4Aem.,M+ @ ) tutlra 9qoflr R eek aubraeqent Mia i dvertisement inserted at iiterv. to be charged as ew each Insertion. i AdvertieementaferamQS*X or or will be .. the Aý"neaad lfr/soe rp Y ,. u .,°, y heAjitbs.S6 1 to be o charged SO · - " -t^- .eii "9: Uelastltpet uwit *a aya gssueteet. "HOW BEAUTIFUL- ARE THlE FEET. OF THEE WA1T mUIWl 6140 IGSOF GOOD~ THINW'Sipýt x VOLUME NEW ORLEANSF.SINDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10,. 1889~ '...

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. — 10 October 1869

. p rovoax 1 l lMeS It si~wte. AsebbtAi .6 j,1~---~· - ~ Chu----Fa- ---`M L'p' hst Oani the qo : kes satbiaaeds of uts- 0 der' opt ovqw so ast an t the present, time, and it was - infidelity if they ailowed themselves, at eds 'eIt waes not so; -tiittasiisr sg -4i g nId expanse, and t 7Do ~ ~ ~ ~ p aneoe eryd a year i ted in itself-it wes united li ndissolbly. Tried as it had been by every 01 kind of human uidead strength uabtlety 0 and , it had never ytlded. it was not o0 an Cit i -''bin ttheyeye, t aw ty~tndmlmid sfad will; a a iof faith spligifrom O Eo o, which tu i itstmlf ower andý all ho h r; i~ddrrPP Upate~~n thmele oa the Aaraihst evidencei of the o we ~tlbuchhee beg~w~un; and t e next w ,tia wtlitSm.r -_e wee a tnioe wethef anl itholie hith was more explebit, unseni- of .b and, ha would venture to say, undenied of thatadw. Tihter was not a doctrine of their o ereswblobh had not been denie;d t some timet liwas, tet ho soonrer was athe faath of the o fretchd wsamongst exan tht...

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. — 10 October 1869

RC)ýWý A e AND cM mSmLo. o s0 . Ital is scasTe. aUNDAT R iOa l. iees. of a re - -··~-·ACY~~^~~"~^^`"claim. D0mm= A=L10 31g Il4I0FQliNCL pealel _____ _ pe~al ci pnocisa ow .NiIhv 'O QL.-Lk.leeee.-The power new Church of the Immaculate Coception at the del stony Point, Rockland couoty, N. ., was nor * dedicated to the servc4 o.f Almighty God oa equal J sunday Septomber L19h, by the Very Rev. Dr. SeL wiL t r i. He'alo dlivered an appropriate giverl asc eosecn s theo.ion. oL thu carytn OClbrasw-soates a New CliurchP.-The cornerstone of too new Church of St. Peter, an a at aVertraW, Raul Clane county, KY. was aeea laidby the Very Rev. r. Starr., . h., on pesras Sunday,_StoniberI 19th, In the presence of a sehe, wi offa utgerno.oN. .Tablet. leotuae DOCeiEoFs.TOnT LAUladsYmorunin Septem- throue her 231, the lt. Rev. Dr. Lynch, s iisbop of pros Charleston, celebrated oies at the Paulis tapal Church, and conferred Toneures and Minor eusteii Orders an t following members of the Com- S c mauni...

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. — 10 October 1869

w a - 7 iiq 3A#, 4)oinan $o , 18ee. antserure. ML en4MarAI~r ... . se oneo r. °ýýi" :: tl tda U ocasaw orNis Oataruas.--Daring the vait of ithe *4 : . Bishop Martin in New Orslea!hb0 a*1not idle. On '8atear day, October 4,he confirmed 186 persons in St. Mary's Churdh (German), Fourth District. Sunday, October 3d, he confirmed *3 personaein St. Alphoosus' Church, La . fayette, andb Mondsly, Oetober 4th, he con irmed 90 itersonse Jn. the Chrrch'of Notre Dame'de Bons Secourq, Making a total of 502 conarmations, of which 31 were Pro testant convertt. , On Tuesd b 5th, Blishop Martin conflrmeQ, i¶Tperaons hr the Church oLfSt. 4iTanstin, secondDilatrict. Naw -V r R5W vo THu DiOCEsE--,Omii jsegoas.--Tbree young prieats, ordained for the-diocese of New Orleansarrived during the last month, visz: PFrancois Magniny and Alex. Brurnel, both of the diocese of Lyons, ordained priests on the 3L0h of last June, by Areobbiheo Spalding, of Baltimore, and Mannel Lossonarn, of the diocese of St. Briesi...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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