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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - July 2, 1831, Boston, MassachusettsCatholic Sentinel. A a 3 it rut j a Jadv Rij Baa r my a is Deus i to Nobis Ems Contra nos 1 ipod ii por us. Who is Acai st is rom. Viii. Xxxi. Vol. , saturday july a 1m3i. No. Xiv. The je3uit,p ulily toned work a to appear every saturday but William s1vi2th, for the proprietor at $3 per annul in Udvance. All communications mail he pout paid anti directed to the editor of the a Jesuit a Boston mans. The object is to explain diffuse and defend the principles of the o.tr., holy Catholic and apostolic Chur ii. Of vice Bromfield Street. Strictures on Wesle y8 pretended roman catechism. Pointing out if emf Tali misrepresentations false a losses and Gross Fuls howls. Addressed to the methodists of Stourbridge and its Vicinity by the Rev. J. A. Mason once a methodist minister Noto a Catholic priest of All saints part treating upon repentance obedience indulgences Purgatory and the in Ochtun of . Continued from Page 33s, to. 43. Again the same st. Cyprian whom or. Quot Wesley wishes to be opposed to the doctrine in question commanded that the name of one Victor who had violated the discipline of the Church should not he named after his death at the altar that no oblation should to made for his repose nor the customary prayers of the Church offered up in his behalf because the Saint conceived that lie had rendered himself unworthy of them. Origen in the second Century says a what Cape test thou after thy death if upon this foundation which is Jesus Chiist thou Hui Loesl not Only Gold Silver and precious stones but Wood Hay and stubble a Wilt thou with thy Wood Hay and stubble enter the holy place and defile the kingdom of god or Wilt thou on account of thy Wood Hay and stubble stay without and so lose the Reward of thy Gold and Silver and precious stones there is no reason for either what remains then but to put fire to the Wood Hay and stubble amp a. St. Jerome says a let us As becomes our frailly cry out o lord chastise me not in thy fury nor Correct me in thy Wrath for us we believe in the eternal damnation of the Devil and the wicked so we hold that a More moderate sentence mixed with Rne Rcv will be pronounced upon sinners being christians whose works shall he purged by st. Augustine writes a if any Man erect worldly affections on the ground work of his Faith yet if Christ be in the foundation and have the principal place in his heart such a Man May Burn withal for the Furnace shall Burn up the Wood Hay and stubble yet he says the apostle shall he saved yet so As by again a the who defers the fruits of his repentance till the next life must in purged in the fire of Purgatory and this tire though not eternal surpasses in its pains All the torments of this st. Ambrose prayed for the repose of the soul of the emperor Theodosius a give rest o lord to the soul of thy servant Theodosius even that rest which thou Hast prepared for thy indy saints let his soul ascend whence it and Nunin st. Augustine prayed for the soul of his Mother Monica. All the ancient liturgies commemorate the souls of the faithful departed by a particular place assigned and prayers appointed for this purpose. St. Cyril of Jerusalem giving an account of the Liturgy of his Church says a we Pray to god Over the sacrifice of propitiation for the peace of the churches tor All who stand in need of help then we make mention of those who have fallen asleep before us first the patriarchs prophets apostles and martyrs that god by their prayers mid supplications May receive our petitions. Then we Pray for our holy fathers and Bishops who Are gone before us believing it to j be a great Benefit to their souls for w Hom prayer is made while the holy and Treen Duus sacrifice lies before the liturgies of st. James st. Ba7.il, st. Chrysos Tome and st. Gregory n azi Anzen All contain prayers for the dead. Eusebius relates that the emperor Constantine wished to be buried in a celebrated Temple that he might be a Partaker of Many prayers. St. Pip a Nitis at the end of his work against heresies numbers prayers for the dead among the dogmas of the Church. But Why need 1 multiply proofs. Tho most eminent divines of or. Wesley a own Church assert the same truth. Or. Jeremy Taylor refers to the he orc named Book of m a a bees As a proof that the jews prayed or the dead and he adds it is worthy of consideration that though our Saviour reproved All the evil doctrines and traditions of the scribes pharisees and Sadd Cees yet he never spoke a word against this practice which he would have done had it not Beca innocent and Lull of piety and Charity. Or. Thorndike Preben Dary of Westminster says that the practice of the Church in praying for the dead is so general and ancient that it cannot he thought to have come in by imposture hut that the same aspersion will seem to take hold of common this same protestant Clergyman composed an epitaph for himself a Hie Jacyl cur put 7 Arr frito a sec. To Lector requiem Liel be a turn in Chrillo a the Lelieth the body of Herbert Thorndike amp a. Bender Prav that he Nav have rest and a blessed resurrection in Bishop Barrow of st. Asaph also made Lihs own epitaph. A a Mitic epic Chi sec. 0 re irame enu in Domain Domini in j Niue Oral a ton s orate pro Conservo Retiro ill i Renial Miterio Orliam in die Domini a there Lietsi the remains of Isaac Bishop of st. Asaph acc. O All you that pass by to the House of the lord the House of prayer Pray for your fellow servant that he May find mercy in the Day of the it appears that archbishop Sheldon and a landlord Bishop of Worcester were of the same opinion. 1 spoke says the Duchess of York to
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