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CLERICAL ZEAL FOR MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

CLERICAL ZEAL FOR MONEY. If the reader wishes any proof, that the orthodox clergy are taking measures to get the wealth of the country into their control, the following extracts from a late publication by the Revival Tract Society, will furnish that evidence. When they call for money, they say God calls for it. They claim to be the agents (although they have never shown any credentials) and to have the command of his treasury. They ask the whole — half will not suffice. Are they not like the daughters of the horse leach, crying, “ give, give, give V’ We take the extracts from the “ Impartialist.”— Trumpet. Again : You see the sin of refusing to refund when God calls for the money in your bandsSuppose you should give a draft upon your steward, for a sum of money you wanted to defray your expenses, and suppose he should claim all the money in his possession as his own, and say he could not spare any. Would you not put him out of his stewardship 1 Now when God calls upon you to refund,...

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THE DUCHESS OF BERRI IN LA VENDEE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

THE DUCHESS OF BERRI IN LA VENDEE. AN EXTRACT. —CONTINUED. Deutz accordingly set out for La Vendee, accompanied by M. Joly, a Commissary of Police, and arrived there under the name of Hyacinth. A few days after his arrival, and doubtless for the purpose of concerting measures with him, M. Maurice Duval was appointed Prefect. This unpopular appointment, the brutal dismissal of M. de Saint-Aignan, even the manner in which this gentleman received intimation that he was to be supersefied, excited great discontent among the inhabitants of Nantes. Moreover, the reputation which M. Maurice Duval had acquired at Grenoble preceded his arrival at the city he was now appointed to administer, and told much to his disadvantage. Any single one of these reasons would have proved sufficient to have obtained for him an ordinary charivari ;* but all these reasons combined led to his receiving one which, under the government of the majorities, might have been termed the king of charivaris. On the 19th...

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[From the Catholic Miscellany.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

[From the Catholic Miscellany.] | The following is an extract of a letter from the I Bishop, dated St. Thomas, 10th January, 1534. “ We arrived here this morning, after rather i j an unpleasant passage from Guadaloupe. We \ ] left Pointe-a-Pitre on Sunday afternoon, and j j arrived on Monday morning the 6th, at Basse- ! terre, where we were treated with the greatest kindness by the Prefect Apostolic, as we were by the Vice-prefect at the Pointe. Monday was the day for the opening of the Assembly of the Colony, according to the new law of France, upon the principle of representation, and the chamber consisting of thirty deputies, assisted at a Mass of the Holy Ghost, celebrated by the | Prefect, at which the Governor and principal officers of the Colony attended. I was invited b j his Excellency to dine with them on that day at the government-house, where about sixty sat down to a sumptuous entertainment. Next day I celebrated Mass, for the second time, in the church at Basse-terre, ...

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THE SISTERS OF CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

THE SISTERS OF CHARITY. What a charming name is that of the Sisters of Charity ! If I were a woman, I would wish to have no other. A sister ! or in other words, a comforter, a being with feelings tender as a mother, faithful as a friend, devoted as a lover, a creature whose thoughts are loving and pure, whose heart is ours and every one’s. Sister ! oh, what a delightful name is sister ! And charity too ! a feeling, a name, that men were ignorant of, till their maker taught it them. Oh ! what a lovely, what a heavenly thing is that charity which is described by the Evangelist! Charity shall be called love—the love of the poor and the unfortunate; and as humanity is naught but an assemblage of miseries, it is the love of the whole human race. To possess charity, that is to say, to learn to visit the abode of weeping as well as the glittering haunts of pleasure and dissipation, to learn to comfort a child for the loss of a parent, to nurse the old and decrepid, to love the unfortunate ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

We acknowledge to have received $l2 from j Mr. J. Lafferty towards the erection of the new Church. A general meeting of the Collectors in the different wards is requested in the Chapel, next Sunday, immediately after vespers, to give in further returns towards the new church. Presbyterian Watchword.— “ There is no neutrality, no armistice in yielding ; —onward —victory or death is ever the watchword of the Presbyterian church. She will be the established church of this Union, or wade through blood to attain that just prerogative.” The above is copied from the Rochester Observer, the organ of Presbyterian orthodoxoy in the western part of the State of New York. We have again inserted it, deeming it too precious an article to be kept long out of view. As it speaks for itself, we shall offer no comment. It is precisely such a speech, mutatis mutandis, and dictated by a similar spirit, as Moloch is represented to have pronounced in Hell. We have received the melancholy account of the de...

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IRISH CHARITABLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

IRISH CHARITABLE SOCIETY. The Charitable Irish Society celebrated their anniversary at the Howard Street House, on Monday, the 17th inst. The following gentlemen were chosen officers for the ensuing year. President —Richard W. Roche. Vice-President —Dennis W. O’Brien. Treasurer —Rev. P. Byrne. Keeper of the Silver Key —Daniel O’Callagban. Secretary —John Mackey. The Society sat down to dinner, at four o’clock. After the cloth was removed, the following regular toasts were announced from the Chair. 1. The Day—it renews our fondest recollecI tions as Christians and as patriots, may we on its next celebration, rejoice in the political re- | generation of our country. Tune, Patrick's Day. 2. Ireland—the land of our birth, the land j of saints and heroes. Slay we soon have to add the land of freedom. Turfe , Exile of Erin. 3. The United States—To the visitor, they give a welcome, to the exile, a home, to the |j invader, six feet of ground. Tune, Hail Columbia. 4. The President of the Uni...

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England. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

England. Great Repeal Meeting in London. —Although the success of the projected “ repeal of the Union’’ would be unpalatable to the few who are directly interested in preserving the present species of connec- I titm between the two countries, there is undoubtedly j a strong and somewhat general persuasion in’the pub-1 lie mind of England, that the comparative independence of Ireland would be attended with greater benefit than injury to both “ the high contracting | parties and that a feeling of interest, no less than | of justice should induce us to make the concession j required by our unwilling partner. We understand that a committee of gentlemen, composed of natives ! of both countries are now engaged in settling the | preliminaries of a great public meeting, to be shortly held in London, at which the question of Repeal will be prominently placed in the point of view above adverted to.— Trde Sun. Repeal of the Union—London Working Classes.— On Wednesday last there was a meeting o...

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Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

Ireland. Rathmines Repeal Meeting—Alarming oc-. currence. —This meeting was held on Sunday iij the large 100 m of the School-house at Rathmines, recently erected by the contributions of the parishioners, for the accommodation of the poor in that district. Precautions had been previously taken to support the rafters of the apartment by placing planks perpendicularly under them. The pressure of the crowd, however, became so great while Mr. O'Connell was speaking, that these planks were broken across, which being observed by Denis Redmond., that gentlemin with much courage rnd discretion, made his way through the throng to Mr. O’Connell, to whom he intimated the alarming state of matters. Mr. O’Connell with that self-command which he possesses in so eminent a degree, stated to the assemblage that he had just received a communication which rendered it necessary to conclude the proceedings in the open space adjoining the school house, and he enjoined them to proceed thither quietly and w...

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Latest foreign News. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

Latest foreign News. Parliament assembled on the 4th, and was opened by the King in person, with the customary ceremonies. His Majesty in his speech refers to the important questions brought before Parliament at its last session, and states that one of the most difficult and important was the bill for the abolition of slavery. “ The manner in which that beneficial measure has been received throughout the British colonies, and the progress already made in carrying it into execution by the Legislature of the Island of Jamaica, afford just grounds for anticipating the happiest results.” So says the king. Among the important subjects to which the attention of Parliament will be called, are the poor laws and the church revenues and patronage. In relation to foreign affairs, His Majesty makes the following remarks: It has been the constant end of my policy to secure to my people the uninterrupted enjoyment of the blessings of peace. In this I have been much assisted by the good understand...

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THE SISTER OF CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

THE SISTER OF CHARITY. I Art thou some spirit from that blissful land Where fever never burns, nor hearts are riven P i That soothing smile, those accents ever bland, Say were they born of earth, or caught from heaven ? | Art thou some seraph-minister of grace. Whose glorious mission in the skies had birth ? An angel, sure, in bearing, form and face ; All but thy tears —and they belong to earth ! Oh, ne’er did Beauty in her loftiest pride, A splendour boast that may compare with thine ; Thus bending low yon sufferer’s bed beside, ! Thy graces mortal, but thy cares divine. A woman, filled with all a woman s fears, Yet strong to wrestle with despair and woe ; j A thing of softest smiles and tenderest tears, That once would tremble did a breeze but blow. Leaving, perchance, some gay and happy home, Music’s rich tones, the rose’s odorous breath, Throughout the crowded lazar-house to roam, And pierce the haunts of Pestilence and Death, i For ever flitting with a noiseless tread, As loth ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 29 March 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 os 6; {intQ llg xuff ryxGlV ; —SI DELS PRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS ? IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US ? ROM. Till. XXXI. yol. y. BOSTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1834. AO. XIII. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday) by HENRY L. DEVEREUX, 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, Holt, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office 11 Devonshire Street. TH~E JESUIT. BOSTON, MARCH 29, 1834,

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[From the Shepherd of the Valley] TRIUMPH OF THE GOSPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 29 March 1834

[From the Shepherd of the Valley] TRIUMPH OF THE GOSPEL. the fourth letter. — Continued. The Philosopher to Theodore. Sound. physics, for example, teach us, that in searching the phenomena of nature, we should be on our guard against received opinions, and doubt of every thing, that we may be deceived in nothing ; that we should not consult the opinion of others, but the property of things alone, and only admit those of which reason clearly perceives the evidence. These principles were recognized and truly advisable in the examination of physical or mental objects ; presumptuous man dares apply them to the science of things divine, he has made a foolish use of them ; on the same level he has placed the opinions of ancient philosophers, with regard to objects purely material, and the divine dogmas of Revelation ; he wishes to submit the infinite and incomprehensible Being to his examination, as he had submitted created and visible beings. A proud system of metaphysics dares say to Go...

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THE DUCHESS OF BERRI IN LA VENDEE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 29 March 1834

THE DUCHESS OF BERRI IN LA VENDEE. AN EXTRACT. —CONTINUED. Deutz, on his return to Nantes, renewed his request to be admitted to the honour of an audience, but without any better success. He then consented to entrust a third person with the important despatches of which he was the bearer. On receiving these letters the duchess no longer felt any doubts about the identity of Deutz, and consented to see bina. Accordingly, on Wednesday the 31st of October, at seven o’clock in the evening, Deutz was taken to the house of the Demoiselles De- | guigny. He had never been there before, nor did he then know where he was, or even the | street he was in. After a conference of an hour and a half, he | took leave of the duchess, thinking at the time that she quitted the house when he did, and had received him as she had done at Massa, at j the residence of a person devoted to her, and | not at her own. He was unable, therefore, | either to give any very precise information concerning the house i...

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[From the Shepherd of the Valley.] CATHOLIC MISSIONS.—Essay.—No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 29 March 1834

[From the Shepherd of the Valley.] CATHOLIC MISSIONS.— Essay.— No. 2. It is certainly a subject worth the attention of the American people, to endeavour to discover what advantages result from their liberal contributions to the Bible and Foreign Mission Societies. Immense sums are yearly exported from our country, for the apparent purpose of converting heathen nations to the various forms of the various creeds of the various denominations of Protestants ; and all that is given to the people in return for their credulous liberality, is an annual report of the stations and names of the ‘ Missionaries and their wives’ and collaborators, together with a summary of receipts and expenditures, and now and then, during the course of the year, a few pages of whining cant about Bibles and tracts distributed in different languages to the worshippers of Buddha and Juggernaut, winding up with Warm expressions of hopes of future success, and with a new appeal to the generosity of the people of th...

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[From the New York Catholic Diary.] OPENING OF ST. JOSEPH’S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 29 March 1834

[From the New York Catholic Diary.] OPENING OF ST. JOSEPH’S CHURCH. On Sunday last, the 16th inst., the new Cathoi lie church, at the corner of Barrow Street, and i the Sixth Avenue, was dedicated for the worship j of the God of Heaven and Earth, with all the imposing ceremonies of the Catholic church. Never before have we witnesssed any thing more impressive, more solemn, or more august, than the grandeur of the Divine Service ; more effective i than the sublimity of the Church Music which was introduced by the Italian Opera Company, | and appropriately selected from the ritual of the ■ day. As we are not Architects, we would not wish to enter, at present, into all the technicalities, by which the building can only be properly described ; we must, however say, that beauty and simplicity are admirably blended. Its exterior [ embellishments are not yet perfectly finished, but a glance at the interior will tell, that it is just in all its proportions, well adapted for the accommoj dat...

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[From the Annals de la Propagation de la Foi] A LITERAL TRANSLATION [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 29 March 1834

[From the Annals de la Propagation de la Foi] A LITERAL TRANSLATION j Of the Canara version of the first chapter of the Book of Genesis. 1. In the beginning God created the earth and the air ;* 2. Still the earth was uneven and void; and darkness was upon the water ; but the soul of . Godf wandered (or ran) with delightf upon the waters. 3. God said afterwards, let clearness § be made, and clearness was made. 4. God seeing that the clearness was good, he ■ separated the clearness from the obscurity. || 5. God gave to clearness the name of Day, and to the obscurity that of Night; and because the evening and morning passed in this manner, that was the first day. 0. Then God said, let the orb of s/Hicefl be made in the midst of the waters, and let these I waters be separated from those waters. 7. In this manner God having created the orb of space, he divided the waters that were above I the orb of space, from the water that was below j the orb of space ; and it was done so. 8. He gave ...

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CHARACTER OF A CATHOLIC PRIEST. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 29 March 1834

CHARACTER OF A CATHOLIC PRIEST. “ A Catholic priest has higher aims in view, when he dedicates himself to the service of his neighbour, than the paltry consideration of worldly pleasures, riches or honours. He sets before his eyes the reward promised to those who instruct others unto justice. The salvation of those committed to his charge is the first of all his joys—for their sakes, toils and labours are sweet —ignominy and contempt are regarded as his glory—persecution his joy—and all that the world can give, he regards as dross, when compared with the value of a soul, j for which Christ shed the last drop of his blood. | For their sake, he sacrifices every thing dear to | flesh and blood on earth ; casts from himself; the incumbrances of worldly wealth and pleasures of matrimony, in order that he may dedicate himself exclusively to the care of those who j are so dear to his heart. His flock is to the Catholic priest his joy, his crown , his glory , as i the Father of the church, ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 29 March 1834

The first quarter of the year finishes with this day’s number of the Jesuit. We beg leave, 1 therefore, to call the attention of such of our subscribers as have not paid, to the terms of |j our paper, the money in advance. It is painful for us to dun, but still more so to be dunned, which will undoubtedly be the case, if our subscribers do not comply with our terras. We trust our foreign agents will exert themselves to remit us, as early as possible, the amount due by their several subscribers to the Jesuit. A meeting of the Collectors for the new churches, was held last Sunday in the Chapel, at which the following additional returns were made, viz.: Ward No. 3, 822 ; Ward No. 4, 88 ; Ward No. 9, First District, 822 50 ; Ward No. 10, 85 92; Ward No. 11, 834 ; Ward No. 12, 840 50 ; Roxbury, 887 ; Mill-Dam, 8100 ; Donation from Mr. Henry L. Devereux, 85. — In a11—8324 92cts. In Zion’s Herald of the 19th inst., we discover another attempt, on the part of the Swad- I lers of this city, ...

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HEATHEN-MISSIONARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 29 March 1834

HEATHEN-MISSIONARIES. The exhibuion of the two heathen Christians, in the churches, last Sunday, has led many people to reflect upon the subject of missionary exertions among the inhabitants of Asia. Domine Kirk’s chapel was crowded to an unprecedented excess, in the afternoon, by an immense assemblage of citizens, who were enticed there, through mere curiosity, to see those two natives of the Burmah empire. At the close of the exhibition, the audience were called upon | ! to pay for admission in the church, which call | I was promptly met by many, were they dunned | ! for a debt they owe, would cry out: “ The hard ! times press so heavily upon me ; the deposites i are removed; the bank won’t discount; and ! we will all be ruined.” This exhibition took I place in the afternoon. In the evening, the Farce was re-enacted at j the Baptist church. At an early hour, the bill | j of fare was circulated through the city, and im- | rnense multitudes crowded to the church, long before the cur...

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England. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 29 March 1834

England. r-w The following is from the Liverpool Correspondent of the Albany Daily Advertiser. We cannot agree with him in the belief that Shiel is lost for ever as a public man, from the simple fact of his having been so malignantly calumniated. On the contrary, the malice of his enemies will, we think, tend to increase his present deservedly great popularity. I drew the attention of the readers of the Daily Advertiser some months ago to a speech of Mr. Hill, the member for Hull, who, in defending his parliamentary conduct before his constituents, was necessarily obliged to recapitulate the leading events of the last session. In doing this, he touched as a matter of course on the Irish coercion bill—a ticklish thing—and an act of such gross unconstitutional severity that even the Whigs themselves could not defend it. Mr. Hill stated, that, though a strong measure, it was called for in the then circumstances of the country, and mentioned the fact of acer- ; tain Irish member, who, w...

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