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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - January 22, 1831, Boston, MassachusettsOf Catholic Sext Al. I i grif r,, n i a Quot Ujj a a a is Neis i to Noi is it is Contra nos air Uon by Ron i a no in against i s a rom. Viii. Xxxi. Toe. Ii. Boston saturday january Al 1831. No. Xxi. The Jesuit 1�?~ublinliwi weekly to appear every saturday by William Smith tor tho proprietor at s3 per annul in Advance. All communications must be part paid and directed 1e the editor of the a a Jesuit Quot Boston Maas. Tile object is to explain Dit ure and defend the a Rin a Isle soothe , Holt Catholic and apostolic Church. Orrice no. 75, Kilby Street. A in Earnest Appeal of the Rev. J. A. Mason once a methodist preacher but now a roman Catholic priest continued from Page 153, to. 20. The Albi Ganses who were another Branch of the same Stock were still Inore vicious and corrupt. They held All the abominations of Sianes denied the truth of the scriptures Pravir in the Church held that there were to o christs As Well As gods one Good bom in an unknown land the other bad born in Judea and that god had two wives of whom he begat sons and daughters tide Alex. Ross a protestant Clergyman. Nor can methodists unite to any sects of protestants now in existence. They nil nil by excommunicate each other. They arc condemned As heretics and schismatics by the Church of England by the calvinists by the lutherans and by All Down to tho old impostor Johanna Southcott. It is As Clear therefore As the noon any Sun that methodism never existed in the world before or. W is Ley broached it. Where then were the True Laith and Church before he existed every generation of men needs the True religion they cannot have this unless there be a True Church believing and True pastors teaching it. The promises therefore made by Christ to his Church an tothe apostles As the authorized ministry of this Church must regard in every successive age for if at any time the True Church fail that moment the promises of Christ Are falsified the end of the gospel is frustrated and the responsibility of Cuan ceased. In was for this reason that Jesus Christ the unerring truth in whose infinite mind the Post mud the future Are present and who knew All the necessities of his Church said a a i will build my Church upon 11 Rock and the Gates of hell shall not prevail against a a 1 w ill give to you my spirit he shall guide you into All truth and shall remain with you for and st. Paul cells the Church a a the pillar and ground or foundation of the truth the body and spouse of or. Watson one of your preachers observes upon this subject a a Christ himself did ordain apostles and other ministers of his gospel to preach and administer the sacraments and to govern his Church and that always to the end of the world. Accordingly they have continued by regular succession to this Day so that the Christian clergy Are As notorious a fact As the tribe of Levi among the i Faltyn s theological instil vol. I. Purl i. P. 8 it it. Or. Wesley teaches the same doctrine in his Short Anil easy method Icille the i will also present you another quotation irom your founder and guide which will both corroborate my present theme and Shew you his former doctrine on the exclusive Power of the clergy to administer the sacraments and in what Light he held his Lay preachers. A a we believe it would not he right for us to administer either baptism or the lords sup a per unless to had a commission so to do irom those Bishops whom we apprehend to be in a succession irom the apostles and Yel we allow these Bishops Are the successors of those who arc dependants on the Bishop of Koine. Z. That there is in outward Priesthood and consequently an outward sacrifice ordained and offered by the Bishop of Rome and his successors or dependents in the Church of England As vicars and vice events of Christ. 3. That this papal Hierarchy and Prelay which still continue in the Church of England Are of apostolic Al institution and authorized by the written if Sley s journal vol. Ii. P. 3�?~29. No wonder that or. Wesley being thus convinced in his conscience should join his brother Charles in the following solemn protest. A a my brother and i closed this con Terence by a solemn declaration of our purpose never to separate from the Church of journal vol. Ii. Page �?~2t�3. The greatest wonder is How such a Man could at the same time appoint a number of illiterate Lay men to preach and administer the Supra ments contrary to the Manifest dictates of his conscience As w Ell As the violation of the authority of the Sacerdotal order and the Unity and Prosperity of the Church. 1 w ill Here though a Little out of place Shew the Reader what were or. In Esleym a doctrines on the nature and necessity of baptism and the divine ordinance of confession. I believe till i was about ten years old i had not sinned away that washing of tho holy ghost which was give me in baptism. A a who denies the duty of confession As a Means of Grace ordained by god unless he will affirm with Luther in the fury of his Solidi Dianish that the epistle of st. James is an epistle of Straw re How different is this from tho doctrine of modern methodist preachers but 1 am aware Flint All protestants represent the Church of Christ As of the pc unix kind always suffering a regular Progress of corruption and renovation but at the same time leave us no infallible Mark by which we May know which is corruption and which is renovation for has the succeeding Bird scarcely a Feather or a feature of its Parent. Thus 1 have Shewn you my methodist Brethren from incontrovertible evidence that your religion has not gods stamp of uniformity and thut it is not the religion which Jesus Christ instituted and promised should prevail till the consummation of the world. The last principle of the before named text was infallibility. And this May be soon dispatched. Every essential change supposes the former system to be erroneous or imperfect. Almighty god instituted the Cere
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