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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - January 1, 1831, Boston, MassachusettsCatholic Stoel. I a 0sif Iris Jyi re Xai a i in i s or i Nobis quis cont a nos air be Eon is who is against is ? Hom. Via. Xxxi. Yol. Ii. Boston saturday january i 1s3i. No. Xvi the Jesuit Publ hed weekly to appear every saturday by William Smith for the proprietors at 83 per annul in Advance. All communications must be port paid and directed to the editors of the a a Jesuit a Boston mass. The object is to explain diffuse and defend the principles of the one Holt Catholic and apostolic Church. Orrice . 75, Kilby Street. S Ecung a letter of the re. J. A. Misoo once a myth out minister but now a roman Catholic concluded i Ltd be already named Llic fact of Jesus Christ being in heaven and yet no it earing to st. Paul st. John Etc. Which or. Chet tie cannot explain. St Chrysostom speaking upon the mystery of the eucharist exclaims a to wonderful he who sits on High with the father is in the same moment in the funds of the Best answer therefore to such questions is secret things belong to god hut such a Are revealed to us and to our and lie that disc Ali into majesty shall he Over whelmed with glory. John very piously tells us a cursed is the Man that Trust eth in Man Aud Marketh flesh his Armand he should have added whose heart depart eth from the lord Quot for this makes part of the text. Just As if this had any thing to do with a Christian trusting ill the graces of that inestimable gift bequeathed to us in this sacrament of his love. Hide thy head thou Shumac less per Crter of the word of life m Hen next thou interest the m Upsall pulpit let thy Cheeks Burn with shame every sensible methodist ought to disown thee forever. As for us we will continue to rely on the promises of Christ and reverence his institutions. We will believe that he who receives worthily the bread of life in the divine banquet will realize the fruit of that August sacrament in Bis present and eternal salvation. I or he that cannot lie hath said he that in tet me the same shall live by me. For this reason we will continue faithful to our ministry carrying this heavenly bread to the sick und the dying that it May be the support of their Hopes the Consolation of their drooping spirits Ulm the fruitful seed of eternal life. At the same time every Catholic knows that the Efficacy of this and every other sacrament of the Church depends on his own dispositions. If any receive Unworthily it is their own fault. To such we say Sacramenta Damas occur Alalem non Damus. We give you the sacraments but not Security. God alone can read your hearts. The real presence Sciug proved and the impossibility of the glorious body being Shewn tic 7th objection likewise vanishes Viz. That we mutilate the sacrament by administering under one kind. For if Christ he indivisible he cannot he received partially. Hence our divine redeemer not Only says he that but eth my body and drink eth my blood acid ctr in me and 1 in him hut lie that Eatch of this bread shall live for Ever. He was know ii to his disciples in the breaking of the converts of the apostles continued in their doctrine in breaking of bread and in prayer lie Nee the Church always held that Christ is truly received under either kind and has sometimes Given the sacrament under bread alone sometimes under wide alone and sometimes under both. Under the Heathen persecutions to Nestic communions were common. The faithful could very Seldom meet Aud lieu they did meet they usually carried the eucharist Home under the form of Breud alone is most convenient and less liable to Accident particularly the anchoress in the desert had recourse to this Mode of communion. But this could not have been done if they did not believe Jesus Christ truly present under one species alone. Eusebius relates i. Lib. Eccles. Is r. 44. That n particle of the eucharist was committed by a priest to the care of a boy to carry to an old Man who was sick by the name of Separio ordering the boy to moisten it with n Little water and convey it it into his Mouth. But this would not have been done Hud not the priest and Tver apion believed in the real presence under one kind. It was the custom it the Early Ages of the Church to communicate children and this was done in wine alone. It is True that the Inore a Euerl discipline of the Church after the Pence of the Hurch w As secured was to administer both species hut this was merely the discipline of the Church her Faith was always the same and even then it was not rarely Given in one alone. It was in consequence of this practice that the Manie Heans Lay hidden in the Days of st. Leo. These heretics refused to drink wine because they held it to be from the evil principle or god and called it the Gill of dragons. And in order to discover them the Pope ordered wine to he Given in the sacrament. Now this could not have been the Case had not wide been withheld at that Lime. Did the Catholic Church contemplate the exaltation of the Priesthood and the degradation of the people As has been said she would give the cup to a priest out of mass. Or in his private communion hut this she does not. If a priest he sick he receives in one kind As Well As the people. It is truly painful to be obliged to prove that we do not give half of Christ to the people when such men As John Chettle profess Itiat they do not give him at All nor administer a scrum but. The fat the objection has been fully answered in my remarks on his first objection when 1 shewed that the body and blood of Christ arc Tamly Propitiatory whenever and in w whatever manner offered to the father. I at length arrive at the last objection and a precious morsel it is but even this is not his own he has nibbled it Trout the Barley cuke of Gideon Ousley. The methodists do not often pretend to miracles. John Mesley like Luther disclaimed them and i never heard of any one besides James a Caton and Gideon Ussley
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