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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - June 25, 1831, Boston, MassachusettsOf Catholic Sentinel. I 1 in jtrpj.,Rii my Jav is decs i to Nobis quis Contra mis ii i of by. Him i a who is to a mom. Viii. . 11. Boston saturday june 25, 1s3i. No. Xl11i. The Jesuit published weekly loan pareve by saturday by William Smith tor the Purohi tetors it git per annul in Advance. All communications must lie past paid and directed to the editors of the a Jesuit a Boston mass. The Obj get is to explain diffuse and defend tin Prin of Lesof the one ii old Catholic and apostolic Church. Office Brumfield Street. Stricture an Vesle i Quot a pretended Homan catechism pointing out its numerous misrepresentations false glosses and Gross falsehoods. Id dressed to the methodists of Stourbridge and its Vicinity. By the Kev. J. A. Mason once a methodist minister now a Catholic priest of All Saint treating upon repentance obedience indulgences Purgatory and the invocation of saints. Strictures. Part it. Continued from Page 331, to. <2. Having so far placed my materials in order 1 now set to work if a Man die justified and not sanctified what will you do with him he is justified he cannot go to hell. He is not sanctified he cannot go to heaven for nothing defiled can enter there. Without holiness no Man can see the lord. If he can neither go to heaven nor hell there must he a third place and that state we Call in org Story. You May Call it what you like it is not for names we differ.�?1 am aware that some methodists try to avoid this dilemma by saying a god will Cut Short his work in righteousness and purify the soul in the article of but they must remember that their great Oracle l r. Clark considers such pc sous More stupid than papists and certainly the doctor is right for once for there is not a single text in scripture to Sanction such a doctrine. Some of these dabblers in divinity have sometimes referred me to the words of st. Paul ram. In. 18, in which the apostle refers to the prophecy of Sains c. I. R. 9, mid c. X. R. 22.�? now the whole of these texts so far front being a Promise of momentary Sanctification in the agony of death contain a threatening of a speedy and severe judgment on the unbelieving jews. On referring to or. Wesley a comment on this text i find it consist 1 ent with truth. A in rigorous Justice a says lie a god will leave hut a Small How truly do these men wrest the scriptures to their own destruction or. Wesley s comment on this text sweeps away at once another false doctrine Diawn lion the preceding verve that a remnant of All religions shall be saved because Isar As says a though Israel he As the Sand of the sea a remnant shall he this again is a threatening that out of so great a number Only a remnant would obtain salvation hut no Promise that every sect is in the Way of Sulva Tion. The holy scripture holds out no Hope of momentary Sanctification at death neither is it agreeable to the Economy of god who expects our co operation in the work of Sanctification. It is therefore a certain truth that if we Are not sanctified before death we shall not in death. But Are All justified persons sanctified before death 1 hey Are not. This is a Broad assertion but 1 will support it. In the first place there is no ground to support the contrary. How Many thousands of Good men die suddenly of Are deprived of their faculties before they have acquired Complete Sanctification. I speak in Seizun oppor Calis of this we have every reasonable evidence. We have known them up to the stroke and the stroke has terminated their probationary state in a moment. In the second place st. Paul tells of some who will have a composition of Wood Hay and stubble in the fabric of their virtue up to the Day of the lord and yet inasmuch As they have built on the secure foundation they themselves shall be saved yet by a purgation of fire for the fire shall try every Many a work 1 of what sort it is. I uni aware that much ingenuity has been Shewn in twisting this passage from its simple and original meaning. Tito Catholic Church has always understood As can be Shewn from a Host of fathers that this Day regards that period when every one shall be tried and this is the particular judgment at death. And the fire of this Day is the strict scrutinizing Justice of god which awards to every Man according to his works his measure of punishment or Reward. Some of the divines of the established Church have considered this Day to be the Day of judgment and the fire the conflagration of that others wish the Day to be a time of persecution and the fire a figurative term for the trials of that Day. Now it is easy to show the fallacy of each of the two latter interpretations. If some who Are to be saved must be purged at the Day of judgment where Utu st they remain till then must they go to heaven with their Wood Hay and stubble and then come Back to have it purged away a lint nonsense if it refer to a time of persecution then i have several questions to ask. I. When was this text fulfilled for if it be fulfilled we have nothing More to do with it it May now he erased As of no use to our purpose 2. If it apply to All times of persecution then Only those who Are thus persecuted will be purged. But every one who is persecuted is not purged neither from errors in Faith or errors in practice consequently it would not be True that every one who passed through the Furnace would lie saved by the fire. 3. The expressions in the text Are the Day exists for All my and the fire is to try every Many a work. They who have built no fabric of virtue on Christ the foundation must perish eternally. They who have built upon this foundation Sterling virtue likened to Gold and Silver and precious stones shall Sutler no loss hut immediate happiness is their portion. But they who have built tin

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