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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 October 1869

._ , : . .., • ................ . , L 4.K ii -: - ' i Olr !' . r' -n drer - ý ......·r- ·;"-~~ll-ri· 1de4t, 1 2"ti4 , " *rnung~tes'ri;c4tb rfffEbU6Dg Very leV. N. a. _tole, V. G., Vseu Pseo . a.s dtev. CORgLlUS MOrtHlut.. Rev. T. J. Kmrwr, Rev. JUII. MOIIIUAI: EriTWLUAM Sec~retaLrya. Mwrom,·u ~ 1Ul .0.uuainatifl5naWS to be addressed to the ,uioMreoferbeH1lu BtsendTestha idMUWZFW Trms of sutbseiptii, loanr Dollars per arnm, Tea _t.a Sadnc. Rl opes Ten  tsh .nu t/ vedertieet inetde h ate of It SO u e s rt e, e i g h t l i n e s . s o l i d XZure l Y. a tT i - uthuga s squ'bgawse Each subsequent Insertion 7OE13uee~*~ seats per square., Lri ineertod at hbterrayna toe be .ýed se each isetien. 1 ~ertlsemente tar a usath att vien be Inserted at atut ed isooaet, obeaae et; ed><oes she & sa*d a.t the- ads , the sadaees notices atvertlssmnts te be _ 00, ehar / ,0 e sts net per "ie, eeh t U th h. " ..I , . , •... _, ......~'; b~ r .......,..t uoloaatlmou eoe--No. 1CS'grrnta s s...

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. — 24 October 1869

w 0BLEN~1 aWUNDAY, OCTOsBER e. e80e. The ible, the _iM. only, is the Religion of Protsee te ts by Scripture. "Go ye, therefore, and teach all nations, ba tising them in the name of the Father, nd of the Son, n o the Holy Ghost; teanoh ng them to obsere, all thip whatsoever I have commanded you; and-behold, I am with yo- all days, even to the consummation of the -Is eSAt upon in e late number, Is fat from having bdsa exhausted. They are, in fact, in xhaustible. They take In the pnst the pees eut and the future.' They will pot entirely *a~ild till time is no more, and Odniniversal etit begins. , As we are told iathb Book of g-esiis that the world was reated out of tisde, so the mind of man was in a cbsottu and daused state until " The Light of the World" dswd upon mankind, made visible by that heavenly and mystriots stir to the first Wor *hiper_ of the avour of man'tind, As the GraJehovah ledvbe people of Israel to the Land of Promise-emblen tic5l of heaven a gplahutl ngefor them4 ...

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. — 24 October 1869

sggW ODrL.aS. dU*Pa.m V .uutouszsw S. la. . sodted.-- etrW e Bl p vi asawbl-es lion d the new b. e .- - M rya's, i."h"' , in "a-  T were 'various I ssrlpio sa onI theb bll, alnbbi CO a . An apprg termon was delivered ior By rev. Jamies' A eay, of Boston, from the obs following text-"Com5e, let us 4Gt to the House do of (od." A large r uw.of money was raised by t subscriptiou apd' ontributioln i1 aid of tho of bell, which weTghs5iome 5000 pounds. In' the afternoon the Bishop administered Counflrm.- y tion to between tbes-"-f.uhandred Candi'. c+ dates, principally boys mad gira.--Pilot. _-D_ 1SE OF' NEWAlKt.-St. John's thuroh, feel Orange, New JTeres.-Tho solemn dedication of eve this splendid church took place last Sunday, to October 17th, at ten o'clock, A. M. Bishop Mc- low Quaid, ofitochester, New York, performed the tak ceremony, and Very Rev. Father Hocker try. preached at the High Mass. Bishop McQuaid tex preached at Vespers. T DroceS or PHILADEUI HIA.-P-resenlttiOn to ion th...

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. — 24 October 1869

:..Oo. aund Martyr. Apostles. ....O . a and Confes'r. FAST DY.-As it Is contrary t the pra ties of the Church to observe vigils -and prescribe fiats on Sundays, when a feast, preceded by a vigil, aours on Mondry, the vigil, instead of being observed on Sunday, is kept on Saturday. This will be the ase on next Al Saitnt' Day. The feast occur ring on Monday, the vigil must be observed on the Saturday preceding. Thus, Satur day, October 30, will be a day of abstinence for all Catholios,mand offasting foe all those not dispensed for sufficient cause. NEWS FROM THE ARCalBIsOP.-Anrother letter has been received from the Most Rev. Archbishop Odin, dated September 20th, __whichs ithe moat assuring in its tenqr of any yet received. The Most Rev. Prelate sa ys: I believe I may announce to you that I am ily convalescing. The irritation produced by te waters of Vichy has wholly disappeared, respiration has become free, and I feel that I am improving sensibly from diy to day. The attending physi...

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. — 24 October 1869

/ Bope or ;7pm GOqoP 0EPMWD, BoSroi.- ms A JesulFe Psa r ha preep ted thi.ýasthttiot a with $1O,00, to .smable them to pnrobhse a nR .mro exteaseiv' property, n wthich to Mreet nitas btlldtng flbr the numerodm applica- C tions mad> on them. They hye lat.ely par chased two ae: .an expense of 25,000. of Bishop Eiderbas acceded to therequest of a committe of St. Aloynlue Society of atchez, K3 to deliver a lecture on (Ecameutoal Councils, for the benefit of the orphans, on thesQt~ inst. GsisEliO.-eWe learn that the Central Pa cifScl Railroadempany presented Arehbishops Alemany and Blauncle, and Bishops Amat and La O'Connell, as well as their suites, with free c tickets in the palace cars to Poa ontory. This generosity ip worthy of praise. ric JACKSON, Miss.-The Roman Catholic con- mi gregation at Jaklcson have pgrchased the resi deuce of R. W. Patton, adjoining the church, Cu and will soon have an 'extensivo school in -au operation there. LImuERAL.-We find the following interest...

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. — 24 October 1869

At ameetin of the Daa Corporation the ohes day, the t Virft MWdeclared that wou dtr te aep s prosper. swept ffro £l,0000l0O to EoQ00 000o a year o "t- f tbe.n:eantty, a penny - 1which. .never returned. Gres a Sept. SEl-nA nua. bet of O es5 man were rttrned .for Arial at Portadown Petty Sessions this day, and.lrge the brot hood from the surrpins in ritabesembled.in that town with lifes an drms, am. kept up such a din and clamor outaide the cphpaoe door that the court had to adjourn,.sad thq es to be  eard were ne cs iy patpoeued.gTb then proceeded to the rhf-t- of'the town, and, as if ditsp pointe&tn their first attempt to provoke the Catholics they marchbd back again into their quarter dummin and ffing, an apparently determined bythir insolent conduct and bear ing to force the Catholics into Cenflict with them, and phen the cplie interfered to pre vent their further atmt to get up a riot, they turned on -them ans pelted them with stones hi a most unmereifal manner, consider...

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. — 24 October 1869

seTAX Uwo O zw 1uKNOltlu Nrrw ORLEAN'S, SUNDAY. OCtTOllI94n. arl. WIT AIlD WIVDOM It is a bad sign when one is skilful in apolo gies. w The best.throw upon the. dice is to throw da them away. of .t is fitting that limba of the law be clothed b in breeches of promise. lc mJen a rarson declares his "brain is on bh fire," is it etiquette to blow it out T - I, According to the Cincinnati Commercial, di "cheap brilliants" are "dime 'uns." Why is the root of the tongue like a dejected eC maun Because it's down in the month. Nlothiug is better for the d spepsia than a cord of wood-not to be taken, but sawed. An ill-bred man iasaid to be like lightning, 4 because he does not know how to conduct him self. To cure corns : Hold your feet near the fire d until the corns pop. This is said to be a sure n cure. An Illinois girl, who lately lost her speech ti (save whispering) has had forty offers of mar riage. Prentice says man was the chief considera- a tionl at the creation. 'Woman was only a "...

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. — 24 October 1869

-t. nr.I. C ,. - , --ow that hb4 gold eeltoment, with the im p gtaestiSn-hoii 'sesply is the President l;6vi ln tihes gamblibg speculatloust- uas 's l aWrathe`tlva'l of the abover-ed gentleman seems a god-send, of whle/any are determined tdtmake the moste f se the sects are prpp pai, vst demon to make eaPital out of his temporary  Whether howill eand hMalf to tebr pepde reatinas to be seen. In the ls e U Ware lay befeA ourr hders the follow isig e$16labp thea London Catholic Register, *dh 'jI~ii the whole matter in a tise light, oe gwithathe editor in Ms concluding asDteene, that " wheter Father Hysaelpthe rt sa i s soabism, or whether he returns to bIsobedisene, his conduct will not-eannot edeet in- any way the future of the Catholic ( labch. We lament over a priest who has e .s Boem is vows, but his fall will not in Jurethle Chrmb from which be has fallen." m ,e yese ego, wben the so-called "Father" I natuswas the eeisbttiea 1h of the da --as-u si -h t-in ra-I e in. ao wtcbl-...

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. — 31 October 1869

ornlng Star and Cathollc Messenger .- '  n orteUan Cthol Publcatlon Com'a', atg No. 109 Gmvier etreet, betheen Okwmp and Sage" *-- D metoro to o the nrateo: o $ : ote .s Aded h tbeseort.. edý from I 7 ' yr. JoflHbNIpeC iy ay Twe14aorgMr. ". foreed o ents e echiero ... am,. on. ..our .lpor, an,,. n. ve0l O Me t IlCa rtei P biat the r bate ny of 6 50 - -. Ldveriomot for a 'onthl or over wml h:'e'+ :.+. , etred Rta fixed d Pout, toV G., Virta ed fromt red 90 oete ne t r f ne eah imaerti·on. . p c , advnc and whore -- ____ coiImo INAN CstHOLIC 1 ,,pitchedhis tent ont.a,, spot pasmon, o whose eweet trant h woru . oveI.. wll --. [03JNG TA$AND ATHXJCIMCBWO Hes, an pic o Lieten onthe t her "- .ý .....,....ý w Rn Ii.,Uoo· s t n p .. _ _I asin i w os s ee ta ce h w ul ls ORUNING STAR AND CATHOLIC MZESEINGU. 11W ORI.RANS. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, It9nO. TASTE NOT THE CUP. Oh! taste not t he oeup the' sparkling and bright, The nectar that bubbies within ; bright, There Is poison and death in its b...

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. — 31 October 1869

uW IaW £-B taAMtIOC 11MUW8rOU. us In the quarter of a century wh'ch baa elapsmed tb sinc Pins IX.- oended the Pontifical throne, TP what momentous-issue have arisen und been th decided both in the moral and the- political C world ! Thrones have teen demoll sbed c p tres have pamed into strange hand--_ie lan th -.A of. kI~qndm and empires iVo been ob liet~sit~e- kr07 heads have sash tfgs in h thposhpitbie capital of the Cisa- world, be'its ruler was himself mafenaa by the erl-e of the refugeesnM -ho himself has had to seek refuge in flight from the machlinations and open force of fhe emissaries of revolution, supported by the ungratef-people whom ho _1bsd eafRancbsued. The Eastern fud Western world have since been shaken by the most to gigntic of modern wars, and the spirit of dis- oi trbanoe is till brooding in every espittl of in SEuope Te past is lurid and tPeo fantur er gloomy; but aiter all these years of vieisetudo w and trial,the grand- C implo sublime flnute of a; b th...

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. — 31 October 1869

iroiixze ouw asc Com n .Umm " . BMW OiiLt.*A i. SMlDAA, OCTOD5R 831_. t9 1 Dowria OATROXZV-XNTBfk3UCZ. D-OOZs or AWl Oa .-x O-t e o esa0 n of c the departure of tbh Most R6v, Dr. Spalding for Iouie, the Balimore 3tirror gives some I partioulare 411i 1b or in "hi Archdiocese, an extiact frim which we tv lAiqow :-. We gaather that wit-hln .l ttlea ioro thnn liSi7oufirrmation hss bn dministered one hundred apad two thau, it 4b ou e.p -i-nVe churches; and that ''o .nnumber confirmed I dnrin this a eriod f slt thousand fohr hundred and eve, of whos .eight h.aabwd.atd fcsrt -veso, te e eovoprres to our holy i, aost of those confirniations wre administeretd by bit rae wbe ho, oJwever was kidly ansist ed-n severel occasions by the et. Rev. Bishop of Wilmington atn the rit. Rov. Vicar Apos toc of North Carolina. The Moat Rev. Arch bishop had 'visited almost all the country churohes of the Archdiocese, many of which are not on the railways, and hvle to boreaohed in carriages, over roads n...

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. — 31 October 1869

oI~m·I.Zi SUR £0 @41.U WhU 3UW OSLZAJIS. SUNDAY. 00T053 31. £s. ...:Oct. Si-St. mrU¶Pope. N....ov. I-All MM. i .. ýsCg~orsron at AU Soule. WUJL . hto lralol, Bishop of Armagh S .N.46Charles Bmeromeo, Blehop and Id daf.....N 5v. -4TZLif0b . Mother o St. John the Bapuat bINavl. ....i. 6-St. Leonard, Hermit. AoRYowLXDOMEZT5. - Michael Feeley, Plaquemine, $4; Bart. J. Do Witt, Fort Conch., Texas, $4. sull L. Eaer. The death of this venerable patriareh was known to ua beflre the issue of our last num ber. It was not noticed at the time, because Ve expected a lengthened obituary, which wopt dO justice 14 his many eminent virtues. Disapploited in this, we copy the following *beling article from the New York Pleemas'. Jomwrl, whose editor is always awake to do Justice to the Church and itsyelongings: A veritable patriach has deceased. An old and honored landmark of the earliest days of the Catholic Church in the United States has been removed. The record of it touches our heart, who knew h...

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. — 31 October 1869

mosn Io G STA AND CATEHOL MBssaENG." NUW ORLIANS, SUNDAY. CCTOIER 31. lsmW. errand by making an indentation in the sheathing of the closet in the last named house. The i.ws conhase • 4.t the tgin tbis reairred the evening school forfemales was 'ia session. The two Sisters who were teachingrere seated at a desk near ly oppositeoThe window through which the sone entered, the dsk and chairs being on a platform about six inches above the foor.f the room. The direction of the stone was angular and must have been hurled with extraordinary force, as the glass nltwo of the sashesshow no other break or crack than a hole the selseq the stone, which weighs twelve ounces. The scoundrel who perpetrated-this outrageous act must have stood on the steps of the porch, where he could observe the two Sisters seated, and then, fixing the direction which he wished to send the mdhdbrous messenger, hurled it with a power possessed by no ordinary person, as the distance passed over was about 100 feet. On...

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. — 31 October 1869

- ar r ichv "T Iomevryting g now -adaysmst iispiced to suit the Enga-s 1n spriiket g of cayenne to tOinfiate the probable th th frst Veriaou of the capture of CoL s and ct one of the mort thought ful of Lo don aa was takea 4n, by the narrative. "T .saowCAiug almost pa thetic, sand, olyy n ;tt in the spdden discoory "of the notoriqus Feniau colonel as a d n patient In 4 hoop tal." Of hila ientity i ate thete could -h little or no doubt. KLy had eartain' mars on :ini person,-and gdrrespondng marks were wnd on fie alias artin. For two year rel had been going / oneni about London, but deas at last hunted b/ Bhil . The opponents of a amnesty were delbghted at the capture of ely, for the modern GCateau was .atually gooi ig tQ attend a meeting..ot has brother conspiraeorswwUo a fatal accidentL.erzinated his ca Bar. How could the GoYernmeut grant an-nmneýty when conspirators, under the presidency \of Col. Kelly, were actually plotting in. t'h very capitol t The inquest brought out the tru...

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. — 31 October 1869

XOPWyi STAZ ,ak ca CT=OL= XlNeI zw ORL>dAXS, 1sUtND4Y. CCTOBER 31. 1116. ----------------~ JUVENILE COLUMN. SOMETHING WRONG. Something was wroig with Nell that morn, ing. Every one at the breakfast table noticed it when she came in. What was it I Were not her clothes in order 1 Yes; her dress was neat and whole ; and she 'had on a pretty white apron ; it could not have been that. Was tliero rail to spoil any of her pldans No tile snn was shining beautifully, and the birds were ilging gaily. linut Nell did not sing with then, ; she did not feel like singing soniething was wrong. "llaven't you finished your composition 1" asked hl.r brother Henry, looking across the tablo at heIr, cloudy .Baca iiU, ,--i'!t:3l toaLy about luy composition !" Nell answered unlraciously; and Henry shrt ged his shoulders, and said something about getting out of hled on the wrong side. Now, Nell might have said a pleasant "Yes," t' her brother's question, for she lhad her composition written and folded n...

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. — 31 October 1869

amsm.m ang a aasumeo m sum.pQT: ulW OELawltS, UNDAT. OCTOBER 31. 1855. fai Yw Task w' lcam lore ynacinths. is our "Evangelical Mends seem determin - d to make the the meet of the Abbe Loyson, we give tlo0w the views of an impartial Protest eatjournal-the New York World--as a contin gent of that Judgment which is sure to be altimately pronbannled 1oi- the unfortunate Carmelite., While on t e subject it will be Well to emphasise the tact, that the first letter which the superior of the order wrote to Pere HBycinthodid not in 'any way prohibit the latter from preaching, nor did it define in what way he was to preach, or what he was to abstain from saying. That document simply -prolibitbed th frlar from attending secular ameetings, and making speeches at assemblies which were not convened for a religious purpose. The reply was a throwing over of iis vow of obedience, leaving his convent, and gpblishing in ua anti-Catholic newspaper ez letter which ass gained for him the applause 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 7 November 1869

"~U1 ,., _. _._.w ·r #4 ~ i 'ii. /1N~ Orle ti' Gal .. yv~ .Mr.ot ~ O "m,oe '. yl"at eY Y .r`I. a elra -- Y The~lllbetO IOtIaoipm eCatL -M _ Th~iMý6at 110Y.lirohbieh~p J. ] ODnn, PI6UI. - a .Bi.D.J Pnecllt, V. 6., Vies petaldeut Rev. t MAnp, f. T. J.a y KEY; Mr. Jonys UW4 . rMer. T esiure FIStr'LUJAV gý i Mr. T . r; -- -ýýý All eoma~eai to'beaaed tot e . d- . pp~ý uare eight floes, malid Nonpiareil ounetl."ý' ý ' t.t, b i3 ` 'h ..t,,'ý~~ ý.'ý., - cen. perge ' e.ý quare.f ~:J.t. kP wdva~mctent loore sL gter v , as i f' ýe eachý db eluasneertic.n . ! . I_+:_' . y . t A eetimeusta tr o mooth r ever will be - Massed dtoooant. tohe aaerained free ARl e0.mmta atper lb.. each insertion. a r PdctiuOc.N.W iatrir."HOW BEAUTIFUJL ARE THE FEET OF THEM ---AT - BRN 'GA- "IJ OFý6.,TIRI - -~ __ ~E ORLE NS, S M)AY M ORNING, -NO VEM BIBR 7, 86# YQENINO' TAR 0 for counsel Mrs Fiil., 'ho . ..u., _ln It' i arý di3W{ ~LEANSP. SUNDAY, NOVL]s~IBiCa 1669~. tafi Oa lilA editr~yý.ftfil' him, cornt in.}jkiiuw t...

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. — 7 November 1869

u------l- 151- ,DQL9 H" t5 , lUA A ., 01. 17, 15 0. Mai Maremiga smE Is C ielse Mamhas a Thias aon of the' doese of Mobile, co __.'ort Aabamn,, boands on the Star.I • nl An ou tmoine  oflat d.om_ __ ne runniag otra through the able o ao meat of the taael and atable w e t4eat, Ora itieU , resident Ic e Thuesd e Beve. oreoe?, JS ws rSY c hs wteh of oCd Beov . B. non - d/2L ZtehSbe m ancited by a sembled is tne the is eared ceremony, ovyl o Tacmbia. The- Bishopl, before oommet Cereloti l. At thb aloes of Midsooe he ind a well maerted eomlliment to the virtues :t ll Cthodi lady;ifs Ann Blx.er, who do arted thli llf els liiy. YFor loln-la she adiesd ot. only the mnbe o aher own ahurh, loat ijre wbonea o anni '. apd as the zasrinelOe oftlt'erat incere piet; , fervo and universal ohaiSew awcoudoned. non-Catholics ·shed tor" f0rto.W o# lges. -. His lordship afteiw cared the hand seom lmuerture to the lory God, nuder the title of Mary of the Sacred hs et, with the uanal impressive rites, ...

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. — 7 November 1869

rw omnarmLEA . AUanDgA OV Tma . ees. On snnday, 4th lnt., Artbllibosp Manning daTlvered a discoareeron the o!i 8yllsbta to a large conugegation in the ro-Catheral High street, endaington, seletiug as his taext John vi. and 60th, "Main. of His. dtalples whea they heard this, Md, 'This is a har saying, who ean bear i'Y" Dr. Manning, who was habited la pnrple and ermine,. commeneed by observing that our Lord had been speing of the great ystery of the body and blood o the inuarnate Word of Gtbd which He would give for the life and for the food of the soul They did pot understand Him. They oounted it a hard sayingaand some went their wa. o it always had been. The-enuanotioed of the - d always two effects-those that believed were strengthened and those that would not believe stumbled at the truth. He should have preferred taking up and continauing the beatitudes of our ine Lord where he broke off when he lets spoke from that place, but the times, tba moment, and the day, he might say, ...

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. — 7 November 1869

PiW oLAX. ....No. S. ftreet, rer4. 1iv c Hhogersh 1Il ly, do.. dl at Rome. ltsm hot e exterior"rinspres a seo pilty.- and sanctity. No " -age-n spite of the labor ._ ti:on. Sgovernment, i IW ptesaulel wati v ener-gy'. H - "t' the Archbiahopric, jd4'pºf soen'"I * for 1e wf~llrl, whence. he takes t3u steam er for Enrope. F-IRST 'GRateD FaIl ow° ~t1 Snssowr. T1eMepopulatlon in the vicinity of Annun ciilohnquare are delighted to see a new church in theji weighborhood. For several years our venerable Archbishop anxiously desired to' have chumrch in that place, as both St. AlpIonsas'N ad St. Teresa's were. o it+ewd4. --ta '~ga d_ Administrator, Ver Bevr B.J. 1Perche, and Rev. Father Raym d, are equally anxioita to have the good w k oompleted, Pather Sheehan feel. t lthe ladles, loth of the House of ,thi Good' Shepherd and of the Rei Ows ' their kind indulgence iiin coandiangh l tln riority of time to hold his fair, as his was a ong the most iaiptyt ant WI~t Of.the bma--to build a churc...

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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