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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - March 12, 1831, Boston, MassachusettsT1ie Jesuit. Vol. Ii. To unification of the Power of this religion was found in the biography of Cardinal Quot eld an j English gentleman descended from one of the richest families in great Britain. Hew been the husband of one w Ife alter her death to became an Humble Catholic priest and i private Worth morality and piety have elevated him to the dignity of a a Ardiz Al. But Why it a As asked should the Church or her members escape the scorpion Tongue of heres a did not the j is murmur against their god did not Pharisaic envy and Vil land seek to Dunn the rep Tulion of the Saviour ? Vas he not called a wine Bibber and a keeper or bad comp nov and How then could poor priests and virgins who con sec Tate themselves to his service escape the profligate obloquy of human hyenas who actuated by a Jinn Dislis in trip tear up the mouldering remains of mortality and reckless of the moral Worth and Sanctity of departed Merit in order to glut their Savage hatred to catholicity will even mangle the posthumous reputation of catholics themselves it was melancholy to state that there was no Absurdity infamy abomination or Devi try that a i not been brought up from the great manufactory of falsehood by the prolific Genius a of heresy against the Church of god. Scult a spirit was not the spirit of god it was the wicked spirit whose detestation a i whatever is moral Beautiful or divine in the Church of seems to have descended to the ministers of Calvin whose doctrines if marshalled out in full Force would convert the Green Fields of american Freedom into a Barren waste. It was the spirit of Calvin whose disciples have a society a club or a caucus in every town Village und City of the United styles for the purpose of emptying the purses a if their Fel Low citizens under some pious or lather impious anti Christian pretence. Was it not their object to swell unto bursting their Vonch orthodox Treasury were not their agents prowling the streets to seduce the children of parents of different religious sentiments into their Union Saab nth sellouts do not female emissaries haunt the abodes of Pov cry on saturday evenings with shoes and socks and bonnets to coax poor children to the orthodox Sabbath school and How regularly do the same Picus ladies Ami Liberal christians repair to the same houses on monday morning to Lake care of the said clothing until the next saturday what Means the menace of an orthodox Champion that he could bring half a million of Bis Christian voters into die Field end to at it was essential there should be a Christian Patty in politics Are not these facts sufficient to open the eyes of the people to make them watch the movements of tho Subtle enemy lit them remember that the dogs of 1�?Tngnn Rome once slumbered on their posts while the sacred geese of Juno Suvil the country if the calvinistic ministers Are found to he not tho watch dogs hut the enemy itself a i is the duty of the Itom Nti Catholic clergy 11s they value sound Liberty happiness and heaven to give the alarm and expose if necks sort their naked bosoms to the attacks of unrelenting calvinism. The preacher warned his hearers to learn Wisdom from tho Lite of Ireland Whoso soil became a vast Golgotha under Cromwell and his Purit anic psalm sing Cra. He cautioned americans to heir Are and to reflect upon the measures which the Jorell Idoux party in politics May pursue to effect their purposes. The preacher then proceeded to inquire into the authority of the calvinistic ministry and asked if they bad any Ordinary or extraordinary commission to i each and expound the scriptures or to administer sacraments. He showed from the scriptures that they had not the extraordinary credentials and front history that they bad no Ordinary commission since Calvin himself was never ordained by any proper authority. No Antho lic Bishop or priest had Ever Laid hands upon him though the imposition of a Bishops bunds was according to scripture to qualify a Man for the Priesthood. To prove an extraordinary commission the working of miracles was necessary. Our Saviour himself wrought miracles to prove the divinity of his commission. What miracles did Calvin Ever perform to prove his extraordinary Mission so strongly were both Calvin and Luther impressed Wilt the importance of miracles to the advancement of their new Trade of be formation that they attempted to impose upon their followers a belief that they could perform miracles and to expose the Villav of these two ringleaders the preacher read the following quotations from protestant writ terse a a Bol see once a member of the reformation family and disciple of Colvin informs us in his life of Colein Chap. 1 that this ardent Lorer of Servetus bribed a Man whose name was Brunt an to counterfeit himself dead that he might raise him to life alter having uttered a prayer Calvin took the Man by the hand and commanded him in the name of our lord to arise hut All in vain for Brunean was really dead and All the prayers and efforts of Calvin and his saints could not restore him to Lile. Brunenn s wife became distracted with grief and indignation and declared that her husband was alive when he Modi the bargain Blit nov she cd claimed he is As dead and As cold As a Stone Laur Tylius surtax another writer in his chronicles mentions the same iniquitous and justly punished offence. San philos n Pupil of Luther informs us in his absolute apology Page -101, that Luther attempted in 15-13, to East a Devil out of a Young girl of Misnea in Wittemberg hut satan assaulted and seriously Hurt both lit titer and his companions As was the Case with the jewish exorcists recorded in the acts. St Phylus seeing the Devil hold his master Luther by the Throat endeavoured to leave the room hut could to t turn the lock so taking up a Hatchet which the clerk had thrown through the window lie heaved Down the door and scampered Calvin therefore had no Ordinary nor extraordinary Mission and his ministers have no More authority than laymen they Art laymen rite calvinistic congregations were advised to Otilge their ministers As one qualification Lor the ministry to pursue a life of celibacy. This would he a saving to the Community und by my Kinig them to comply with the injunction of the text would cure to u great extent the missionary mania of Etc hurting our modern or. Calvins with their mrs. Calvins the master calvins and the Young miss calvins for the instruction of the Heathen in foreign land. Quot hut a round Sun of Money what quantities of clothing and me Dicine and wine and Brandy and preserves will it not save to the country it was not thus that the apostles and Catholic missionaries were equipped. They did not Lake wives and children with them. We never heard of mrs. Is. Paul Muster st. Paul or the Little misses st. Paul. To break lip this practice would keep these missionaries at Home and compel them to devote More of their time to the care of their flocks and would destroy a productive source of imposture by putting an end to the fairy tale conversions so artfully composed and to those profligate falsehoods concerning the Catholic Church which those Nick named Mission Iory is address to their calvinistic editors and party. It was not surprising that the calvinistic ministers should attack the doctrines of the Church and Iveigh against celibacy and virginity confession and the real presence and the infallibility of the Church in Points of doctrine and morality. It was not surprising that such numbers followed the licentious leaders of the rebellion against the a Liureri at its commencement arms and Mahomet und Lucifer had each a numerous party let the calvinistic ministers if such be their taste and piety continue faithful to those principles of their impious reformation a but let them not licentious by a i tick the Llola Catholic Church and her institutions nor Iveigh against her priests who imitate st. Paul by dying daily und keeping their bodies in subjection lest while preaching to others themselves May become reprobates and castaways. May the god of heaven convert their hearts and ins ire la Cir congregations with Grace to see the errors of their ways and bring them into the one a old under the one Shepherd of the one holy Catholic and apostolic Church Rome and its environs. From a Leller to a Fri Ute. I am just arrived at Rome from Naples and Send you nil my journey has produced for you have a right to this ally a Lew Laurel leaves snatched from the Tomb of \ Irgil whom a a Unel nun i should Long since have Given you u description of this classic Region hut Varinus circumstances have hindered me. 1 w ill hot leave or me however without saying a few words about so celebrated a City. We agreed that 1 wus to address you without ceremony and to Tell a you at n venture whatever impressions were made upon me in Italy is i formerly related to you what ideas 1 had funded while wandering through the Solitz les of the new Worpul. Without further preamble then i will attempt to give you an account of the environs of Rome that is to say the adjacent country and the ruins. You have read All that has been written on this subject hut i do not know whether travellers have Given you a very just idea of the picture which the roman territory presents. Figure to yourself something of the desolation at Tyro and la Nylon As described in scripture silence and Solitude As vast is the noise and tumult of men who formerly crowded together on this spot. One May almost fancy that the prophets curse is still heard when he announced that two things should happen on a single Day sterility Aud

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