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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 January 1870

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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. — 30 January 1870

tgiiednl le-It5 qeqi- rts nat Its Pastim. CArP Gnasauwav, Mo., Jan. 17, 1870. SSiorsMorang Star and Catholi Messenger-. Seeing that your paper,; -the Moam flt STAR AND C0TuOLIC MErsOsNE is eiasmentially a organ of Catholic communleation and South ern sentiment, allow mp, through the medium of this widely circulated ap er, to make kpown a few itenle, which, I donllot, will interest many of yout Southern abscribers. These items will make known a few gf the very pIes eaajepastime@-etthe stadents t.ii t's College, which, when known, will o many S-a mtob , -dellght -.,t teave ie'hseartq of many Southert families, fbr gocdly nu mrer. of our students hailfrom r charming sunny clime. " .The above coll is situated on the west baik of the l4iiseippl, fronting 150 font to -~~ b*i rth pver, its brick-work being taste lly marked: oby-estl pointing. ean-ti p.t nt_ e wllra leand youn fr>s the nmain to the oxtremity of the college front. A sraald ofio 6mn 300 feet, falling in a gentle slope,...

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. — 30 January 1870

u3rW Otuas laBl'lmA, JANVAR fr. iurs. SA.orman. t3wles. (Concluded.) During 54 years, Father Endes himself gave I19 missions, without reckoning those given by his congrgstion, which amounted- to ten or twelve a year. Yet, in spite of these labdrs, he became the victim of incessant persecution and maarepresentation till hia-death. A noted ec]leerlstic, writing to. hlme on one occasion, bald: "As the zeal and ability with whieb God las Alled you are so uncommon, so do not lai agind'that your pergecntion will be an ordinary onee; and it must come frems flyopll ,ple, from saints, to be more' keenly tan' r extraordinary." 8o it esau to pass, at Roae, all Father Man notary's endeavors to obtaithesdlthorltlentio of tshehioly See was .defeated by-trm sseahina tions 6f the Oratorisne and the Jansenistl- who protested agaitist the " useleesness" ok his new Congregation in the first place, and -liitah next op-the "ambition, which had induced Father Eudes to separate himself from them. Then...

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. — 30 January 1870

e Rlev. C. T. XOCallagNAn, of M abol, will . pret f the Chch of St. Johnt of this, distngished divine s a pVi or ptor, those who may h of St. ohnthe orator, thos' who may have the happiness, to bear his8 will enjoy 'a treat they have not had in many a day. We would say to "all, go and hear him. " The Bight Reverend' Bfshop Elder, of Natchez, in a lettgr recently received by his brother in this city, writes as follows: RoME, Dec. 18, 1869. " - No doubt the papers tell many 'things'about the Council, as much asl can tell, and more too. - Do not let yoursel. he disturbed by stories or rumors about what isdoing or saying. Cor- 1 redondents for papers naturally wish to make their letters as sensational as possible. I just now notice some English papers making merry over the Holy Father's telling us that the Church is stronger than heaven. But the Holy Father simply quotes St, John Chrysostom, and St. John quotes our Lord Himself: "Hlea ven and earth shall pas away, but My Word shall not-...

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. — 30 January 1870

,Eminence has ant respecting the whole story, ad which ajere in the t 2mes of theS1st hitimo. - Mr-I have read to-day forthe nrst time, in. your iusue of the 8th-of December, 1869, the account of an audience which I was suppoaed have had of the Holy Father. In adoptingthis report you have been misled, for there is not a word of truth in it; all is pure inveltion., I expect-then, that you will do me the jnutlo to publish my dia owal to your readers. Be ceive, etc., f ILf urAxl AL Boniaaoos, Archbishop of Rouen. Romse, the 21st of December. Tan EurRnot Af sECouacrL.-We have frequently head, through testant sources, that the French Emperor was inimical to the dogma of the Pope's Infallibility, and that in the event of its being formally declared, his Majesty would at once recall the French am balssador and withdraw the troope now at. Civita Vecchia. To show the baselempnese of these conjectures, we give the following from the Weekly Register, for which it vouches, hav ing been furn...

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. — 30 January 1870

snW OELZANSa SVtDAY. JANUARY w. 1870. _·---'----,------- -·- --~i: -I :1s rjutO I A1. .risoe.raM-We have received, ys th  Nation, from authentic and trust wortiy ourceb, fresh inforepatlia6 regarding the brbarous treatment of the political pris soner, particularly ofCol. Richard Burke, who ! Wa in Ohatham prison. If an infinitesimal piar of the arueltieq which are attributed to the authorities have been inflicted, no wads that we could use can suflnciently ex pressour idea of the Ipugth to which diabolib eal in nity can go -in the perpetratidn of diapbp lp.Lots. Weupri. t the followfuog letter as we have received STt;' ti'tri lla Only frehdat that it comes from one upon whom our readelrs may place-entire'reliance: - CbathQm Trison, Kent, Dec. 3, lrt69. "A. M. Sullvan,. Eaq., Edito eof the Nation : "Dear Sir-In thi-meidst of the excitement regarting the releaseaif the Irish political prisoners, I suppose the readers of your able and patriotic journal will attach some interes to the ...

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. — 30 January 1870

WMOUNIIWOG TAR AND CATULNOLIC MnSRxawN-. NEW ORLEANS. SUNrDAY. JA.-1>N'tY 3i. ibTO wrI -AND WS.DOX. Fortified vessels-ships with "forecastles." A poor ,oan is to be avoided-he lacks pris ci lpa. . When may a smith be said to commit a felony? W hen he forges. A horse'is teeth tells bow old the creature is, but a .womatnit tongue doesn't. W~v is a buthller's cart like his boots'? Be cause he carries leis calves there. People slak- of'tlb sun breakting out. Will that account for theeopts± on its face t Can a tall nall inhavo' short memory 'Yes, just as a short lman canu have a loqgLaleep. It is perfectly clear t i every person on earth must be "utinder a clo " sonetimes. A concert singer hasing tour a cit~a iie, sansequently triedThis voice, and acquitted himself. - A nnu .was seeB going up Camp street lately with'three real legs-,but one was alcg of mtLt ton on his shoulde '.," . ' We often omit the gd"dd'4e'might,do' con sequence of thinking of that which it out of our power to ...

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. — 30 January 1870

flagi -Nl.ea u A g enes250: **sW @AT,3e.. Y JLAcIUrT V. i1o. ,g"" most 1Important event since the opening :thea. el was the 4te i the econ summone; .to ll by secret f • ty-foer ,iS of the Com auestlon' .Without any o afli ltt0 guide but his awn t and oe* % 5-5aO& Father save ot which. Od alone was the litns, in her of the wI hifom he deemed I es t-qialffed- b.w and holiness to bear the immense responsity delegated to tl em thet Collectire Episilbopate. And what was t& eiti~ l st • l name identified with, w shQul4 f -to say, compromised by ajilcesn or Li nclples, was selected. And even-this feetiignicant as it is, does not s_se to indie teilflmvst unanimous spirit whiah Animnates Couneil. Of the twenty mur tBi~shops stually chosen eery on is con spieous for dvotioon to the Chair o Peter or,v to mn the popuar'hanguase of tIde day, for ."Ultramontane doctrines anad sympa thies. The ' Bishop of Poitlets, for exa.mpTeus chosen by- t a nearly sasslsoes vote of the Fathers,...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 6 February 1870

Vorningstar- #CathoHc Messenger . p POULIBUUD WEKLY BYT . .rA. Orlart as4 te. p c.go ompany, at _ No. 109 GOager street, between Camp and M , . anereets. ''. L, The Directors of the Compn : ~` The Mt .lt , Arcbieho . M. oD, Pre"e. d den *"*ViaIa. -doaf Ver Re.vto be e aa, r io vet, e bkE d Ch : C talx mev WK Y t orax over T 1 Jr * lnadrn tt.th aht All Comm cations on ad to the Eltore of e paa oultaorsM porer. ueh. dveerteemeta inserted at the rate of d1 500 r eqoau s .thte . epace of eight line. , s. lid W on. W pr e o i naertion 7, entse per square. ' "N O ehrgerL a new each insertion. t •o1 e ea Advertisementa for a month or over will be " lnserted atatfixed dacount tobeecertalnedfrom the Agents and at tihe offie.- "" . All busiess eoi of advertiem..ent. to be charged 20 ovate net per line, each insertion. - " rbOlicaton Oeeý-No. 0 (a+ier stet. t "HOW BEAUTOIUL ARE fHE FEET 0 THEM THAT BRING GLAD TID fiS -uH ruF IU InmifbS T asiU- ,i Advaq VOLUME III. -NE\PORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNI...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 6 February 1870

I 8W ORLA.?S, ITNDAY. FEBRUARY 6. isit. The Epiphany at Rome. ROME, Jan. f -The first public session of the Council was held to-day in the Council Hall at St. Peter's. The morning was a little bit damp and raib'insh buT was -w welcome improvement on the miserable weather of the 8th. By nine o'clock the Bishops had assembled in their places in the hall; and in a few moments after wards the Pope, attended by all the members of his suit, entered by the side entrance, and, having made his meverence at the-altar of the Council Chamber, took hi aseat on the Papal throne. Mass was then commenced the cele brant being his Eminence Cardinal Patrizzi, sub-deacon of the Sacred College. It was imn possible twgaze upon the grand array of ven erable and distinguished men (many of thoem amongst the foremost of the world in all the aosquirements of civilized life) that was asseee bled in that hall, aronnd the Papal chair, and not be struck with wonder as one thought of the great moral influence that...

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. — 6 February 1870

MEW OaLE ANeS1N YFEJRUY6.17 4AxOL L.Orou M aiit x!EWS. S Address to ,: ·Butt from the Duxdalk Young Men's Societ-,.Tho Catholio Young Mlien's So ciety of Dundalk has resented a address of thanks to r. Isaac Butt, C., for his retss of able lecture on the state ireland.- To this 4 gratifying address Mr. Botthas given an elo quent and a remarkable reply, in the course of 4 which he says: "It was not new to me to re ceive from oy Catholic countrymen such marks of confidunce and good-will, but every I fresh instance of it touches my heart as I hail t n it with joy and pride aunothei proof that Irisunme can throw open their hearts to each other, and find nothing in their respective a religios convictions which prevents theml feel- a ing to each other as brethrn., Bi c If humblefrtscould teach my countrymen thet great lesson of mutual tolerance and respet, I t would feel that for the cause of Irelandi s ave not lived i vain. whrany I mopni ay that I at have at lent- proved that no man who ...

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. — 6 February 1870

(omitxe area urn CArnozEo Bassaaess. NEW ORLEANS. SUYNDAY. 1EBRUARY 0U. 1O. Th CALENDAD OF THE WE. ume. unday ... 6--t. Dorotb, Virgin and Martyr, at . t Monday... Web. 7--8t. Roalil, Abbot. are . Tuesday. ...Feb. s-ST.ob. of .Matha. (;:onf(sr.o Wedneaday.Feb. 9--St. Allonua, Vlrgln n Mrtyr. hope hurdaya...Feb. 10--Scnhoolatica. . irtday.,....Iueba 11---8. 8Sturinnusaud 1h1i compantona.- gre5 Satuday....Feb. 15-st eleti a-, Jiahop and C'onfe'r. td novel John A. O'Neil, Esq., Franklin, La., is went Agent for the MORNING STAR AND CATIIO- habit LIC MEssENGER. greA Mr. P. J. Kelly, who is now in Memphis, mean Tenn., has been-appointed traveling agent timel for this paper. We hope that our Catholic and friends in the Valley of the Mississippi will of ht give aid and encouragement to this gentle- real man, and enable him to add a large increase them to our subscription list in those districts long visited by him. of in The Rev. C. T. O'Callaghan, pastor of the satio church of St. Vincen...

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. — 6 February 1870

oaINae STeA AND GAAOLC hz h GRt. wiFW ORLEAN8, SUNDAY; FEBRUARY 6. 1870 penitents were at work under the direction of two sisters. One portion of the ground was re served for flowers, and each penitent had a lit Tej border-of her own which she kept ii-nte most perfect order. 'rom the garden the lu Nior took me into the dairy, whesa about UmeiE, cows, stall-fed, were waiting to be milke .Here again I found penitents and sis tera hard at work-bright, cheerful and happy. The director told me .thbtithese poor girls were invariably kind to and of atfimals, and that the dairy and poul yard were a very profitable investment. lesaid that both the mora e and the'physigq of the house had won derfully Improved since they had resorted to these out-of-door occupations. That the dark cells and other such modes of punishment had been entirely done away with, and he added "Put the most violent girl-intothe garden, and give her half an hour's good perspiring work, and the evil spirit will apparentl...

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. — 6 February 1870

zORWie STAR 5ED CATHOLIC MESSENGER. WZW ORLEANS. SUNDAY, FEBRItUARIY G. I70. EECBRPTS. 7he Story of a Noted Preach Miser.-V dille s one of the most remarkable charac rt, as a !nicer, that is to be found among tl eccentric biographies of France. Ilia rild a were im mense, and his avarice and par s'ony extreme. He hired a mniserable garret n the most ib 'aonre part of Paris, and p a poor woman a so a day to wait upon tin. Except ice a week his diet never ch ged-bread and nmilk foe breakfast, the sat e for dinner, and the same for supper, all the week round. On a Sunday ventured to indulge in ai glass of sour wi e, and he strov4 to satisfy the compnnctions f conscience, by bestowing in charity a fa ing every Sunilay. T'his manili cence, wl i incurred an expenditure of one ahilling ud a penny per annum, he carefully noted own; and jut blefre his death he fon , with some degree of regret, that during h' life he had disbursed no less than forty ree shillings and four pence. Prodigious g...

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. — 6 February 1870

MrORNID  a ,s, N COATHOLIC :u eim-ANe. N3 IW ORLERS. SvDAy, FEBnRUART , 1570. WIT AND WIsDOM '\ Can a little girl weeping be called a cri S cradled. I r dmen are mowed down, but babies are Sride fieraouldyoung men shun most? SFair Veceivers. Pride goeth before a fall. It also goeth before a waterfall. A class deserving of legislation "on ab stract p inciplea "-Pickpockets. When war closes, trouble ends; when armies close, trouble begins. It is a strange fact in our daily experi ence that when a man is" taken in" he is ~e-aure to be " put out." Cashiers who mainly devote themselves I • to defalcations are not financiers in general, i but only in the abstract. 1 A sprightly little girl, on being ked s eo"What is nothing?" replied, "Sut your eyes and you will see it." S"Mus. Doe." being rler an awkward r degree, "~tiddle D. D is recommended as a the proper thing f musicians. h The man w hair was restored wore a h -" I wig, wic as stolen. He got it on the ti on rst ap cation at the po...

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. — 6 February 1870

S ,_ me roa e iITA Aio CATHOLrIC MESSENDGE. 303 33W ORLEANS, BUNDAY. FBRItTARY 6. Is. .. Io0 1 CATHOIC INýpLUIG1NC. l -- - "DioCssc op ALTON.-The Bulls have been re at'ed for the solemn consecration of Father - ." B~las, of Belleville, as successor of the late I a one Bhhboýh Jujeker, of Altonr. The ceremony will I m niser, take pile on the 2:ld inst. at Bielletille. S, biog DIocsE ' AN FRitANCISCO.--lkath of I'tlg ert mui* ,~8ath.-"Bles' are the dead who die in the He hi Lord." How a opriate are these words to 1 ur eaour deceased fritend. 'ho battle is over; the son s - h- - as passed to hLrestt. Rev. Terence J. week Smith died, after having le consolations of tn- i our holy religion, at his reside,  in Colutulia, ame Toulnmnnecounty, ou Friday, the th ult. liis Ont remains were brought to this city aNd- iJsobse-t glam quies werd celebrated at St. Marv's Catbsdral t oompt with a solemnity that shows how athter 8nilt-t hartI had endeared himself to the clergy of the Arch oenae d...

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. — 13 February 1870

- - Star and Catholic Messenger \MorningStarandCatholic Messenger PUBLSIIED WEEKLY BYI.--__ -4 P Orlean Cathrolic Pubieation Company, at . with the approval ,f the ecclesiastilal !1"09 Cramer street, between Camp and Jatea- authorls e t t t n c rt eon a mainly devoted to the interests e she Sectors of theeCompany Pre-'--- "Th reventl failure, and to guarantee t Rauthe permanency of the nde, taking, itpply subser3 t or olrsprthe apner 4twd IWthvIa. __ ___ as n eacl iOertion,.. - taking, and join t stock'cola the Capthol-c sE..itSe rIOYSIIraN. Io. T. J. -MITHl tal of woir h is one hundred thousnd . a ntfix d o t. e tb cr.e ro ne C r ouS. Diocese.t1. j"  . • PIT ntLWILAM, Sec reta r. -- d-ollas = - * ts d at Meofei ee. J. M. ARClIBIIOP OF NEw OmLEaNs. ctosen Cats. tt. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLADTIDIGS OF GOOD THINGS" ae.  ErLtAements Inserted at the rate nof1 5 I F R 1 1 U BE ire the space of eight linr.s, Molid Non- oo stiltutng ~ si nare. E ac BhsubsCequent...

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. — 13 February 1870

LMtll:NC( , TAKL AN CA'iHULIU MN.ESbiL4tG SEti tORLEALNS. SUNDAY. tE'ttil.1*A1:'.1. Pass Christian-By a Passor-Ily It not unltpl'eas t, eiven ttat his ti e of th year, to vi it the fa\. tlitl l suntintr'l ., .l I it i tl 'e g atel peolta 0'c N'sw rhei ,Sd ' la a brii te e-n it re ei tl ll l 1 n':l ll h l,:te holly ;t h 'i liil .ri.llllng to you. Leav't'iIIg tie hiu tlit g iy c 'i'et" fr la Short l it tleasotl . nid itllllhlllat king it llt tiih In i on , .' e 111ii tv 'llsI rl' anal , w. WI ' m e we . on SInt 'llit n f :lg'way ,towards th ll Gulf. W t' o trt'ld the it h olh'tten slhout till. unii ile of lit- flter'ooo, Inat. ing Fort J'ikti, andl sount a:lt'tltr li dredgtling work of thie C. h:tt: no'' tga I Ji lhlt id throu i th i . e ilw groutie l of. til"l. iicilt. \A ealll .is (i: t i along . the invtetnid lhie, : 1 thei c aet'\ ed t.ilrt t A11ot1 i l1 1i;1 clle'.t\\y o t \\ hich the l'tral' c is to ~ le la . h T ''iis 1l111k is cltealso r, r Ihlably, alnti e'ertainlV folr' ...

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. — 13 February 1870

£o'' XRG ,j &ANRD CATHOLIC MESSENGER. - EW ORLEAN'S, SUIT\).\1y, 1'Fiilt't Ii 13.T1. DOIESTIC CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCE. ')llLct:sl. oi V I' 8sTr(,N.-1/, (1/h ofq r. A. L.. l1(h1c.-It 1ie't ,.e ii our pailii'nfl duity toi. ai onuiit ce tl li tli111 cf 1:il I . A. L. l)chle, p:1lto of St. Blrid.gt's Chliurch, Abtrintin, MI:iss. After a ,hoit uint t'rever illness Ile dlied' at. his 'residtence, 111 ,Tue:1 a', *a, il. `'3t, lgt 1 7 4 yea i:. 1V ry IRe. v . 1 '. LyluII, , adIl inlistr.'tol'r of the lcineese 1 i" Ihtlot, dldia(ted, oin thi IGth tilt.. titi . ,;' ('.1churCh lately lnsilt ill Hludsoti, abs., by ti. l p:ltl or, Rev. Mr. .1:lgnire--l'ilut. Dirtl'l 1(: 4 I'II1 I ..li:I.'lgI.II, 1). - , ('0)di tin.l. - Iishhop l' e :, io ,,1" Vlh1 ingtio, Del., 'olliir'retd, at St. Auli: -.:l( 5 C'hnrh. on the ;uth ult.. the I Iege, I)e'la-zt:!a i'o in ty, -'a., nzi.: (;Chales A. Marsdeni, 31! Lh . i ('F'''arrell. ,hhn Deve'.r a.14 'T'imtothy O'n'lo),,-an. The church was dhnsely crowded n , 1...

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. — 13 February 1870

, OK1e T*AR AND MAnOLIJO M]RM NGXL . NNW OLEANS, BUNDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1870 Ia day . b  ....gs.lma Sunday. S... lsb-i t.Vlenlnse Priest and Martyr. wadee eb 1-8. ýnstiana and Jevita YMarty. Seeday..Feb. is-8t. mneet, Bishbop and Martyr. Tba, .1gJb. 1-5.t Thee.od ih, Madrt atyr. tlas; ...vob..b1Ma-.t. Srbas, Bishop. ST..MKIcaNL's CanacL.-The Rev. C' i. O'Caolaghan, the pastor of the Church of St. Vincent de Paul, Mobile, being still in our city, will preach in the above named church, on Annunciation Square; aq, e 10 o'clock aM to-day. anda. Those who ike to bear a good sermon can have an opportuni ty of doing so by going to St. MioAits'l". FAia sr rJEFFESON CITYr.-We are re quested to announce to our readers that a fair, commencing Tuesday evening next, the 15th inst., will be held in the hall on the corner of Colliseum and Jena streets, one square above Napoleon avenue, Jefferson City. The object of the ' fir is to raise funds to build the new Ca tholic church so much needed by th...

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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