Read an issue on 7 May 1831 in Boston, Massachusetts and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Boston Jesuit.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 7 May 1831 Boston Jesuit in Boston, Massachusetts. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - May 7, 1831, Boston, MassachusettsCatholic Kofl Wicklu a a a Isis if Baa is decs Pihl Nobis oils Contra nos 1-if cod be Fob is who is against is 1�?rom. Viii. Xxxi. Vol. Ii. Boston saturday May 7, 1831. No. Xxxvi. Thu Jesuit published weekly to appear every saturday by William so with. For the proprietor at s3 per annul in Advance. All communications most be Post paid and directed to the editors of the a a Jesuit Quot Boston. Mass. The object is to a Plain. I Lauae and defend the principles of the one Holt Catholic and apostolic Church. Office. Bromfield Street. The Triumph of truth in the court ration of the Rev. J. A. Mason from the errors of methodism to the Catholic Faith. Written by himself. Continued from Page 273, to. 35. Even at this period my heart was not so obdurate my conscience not so deaf to the Calls of Dut Yas thus lightly to prostitute my principles and sacrifice Tny soul it the shrine of falsehood and defamation. I seemed to hear the voice of the great Jehovah from the burning mount sounding in my ears a a Oliou shall not Bear false witness against thy and those other words of the Christian lawgiver pointing out the Way in which i ought to walk a a whoever shall confess me before Man him will 1 confess before my father who is in heaven but whosoever shall deny me before Man him also i will deny before my father who is in heaven he that Loveth father or Mother More than me is not worthy of me he that Loveth son or daughter More than me is not worthy of me he that Takesh not up Bis Cross and follow ctr alter me is not worthy of Malth to x. 3jd to 39lh verse Llerve let me remarks How awful arc these words m regard to those catholics who Are Tempo izing in their religion or sacrificing it for the hollow smiles or paltry gains of this deluded and deluding world of How dearly do they Purchase the comforts of life it is with the loss of their god and their immortal souls. Let not such deceive themselves with the came any 1 replied a a sir you As Lope of a death bed repentance. He that Tonish me. Here Are Arians Socin ians will sacrifice his conscience and his god As deists who deny the divinity and atonement Long As he can will be most justly abandon j of Christ and yet you would rather 1 became de by his maker when he can sin no longer one of these than go Hack to that Church these considerations fixed my Resolution which has existed irom the beginning and and name of methodist which or. Adam Clark says 4 has been the to resign my office and and in this disposition i awaited the appointed Day. The super intendant came at the time and we dined together in a Friendly manner. After the cloth was drawn we in Liulin Ark of these essential doctrines in every age.�?�1 i wished to know from him the grounds of this rooted antipathy. Had he proved any Peculiar wickedness in the Doc ter cd upon the disagreeable business. To Trines or Economy of Eliut Church he a hoped i had come to a firm Resolution to give Knowledg cd he had not As he did not know up All farther correspondence with air. Mar much of them and it my memory serve me ten. I answered 1 had considered the sub he confessed that in his juvenile Days he lived in a Catholic family and though he disliked their religion he was edified by their conduct. 1 do not intend by this to reflect Jet maturely and although i was not satisfied with every Point of the Catholic religion a yet i was so far dissatisfied with myself Anil methodism that 1 Felt obliged to abandon it. 1 assured him that it was a severe stroke to my own feelings and would be to my family and All my friends but conscience pointed out the line of conduct 1 was pursuing As the Only one that could give me Satis and Dishonour on my venerable Friend he was an Apple tree among the Trees of the Wood i liked him much and still cherish a regard for his Mamorv. It was not the Man but the system that was to be blamed. I have been the same myself i hated the religion of my faction at a dying hour. I therefore with Catholic Friend though i respected the Man firmness and Resolution but not without a and the same thing is constantly said of car tear gave him my plan Iny class Puper and Tain priests. Such ail one is a gentleman All the Money i had of the society and de an Ain Iahlo companion a very Good kind of sired he would erase my name from the re Many but he is a Catholic priest. It is said cords of their body at the sane time pre by or Jewett that 1 was not respected by sen cd to him a letter which 1 had addressed the methodists. I never like a Man to Praise to the quarterly meeting of preachers explanatory of my reasons. This was an unexpected stroke. I w As Likely now to become a Catholic without changing my form and nature into that of a a a pig a he appear himself for Solomon says 44 let another Man Praise 1 will Here comply with what appears As much an injunction As a piece of counsel. At the close of the conference with my superintendent he Drew from his pocketed astonished and expressed his grief and a letter which he had been requested by a Surprise. I told him i would not after All neighbouring congregation to present to me become a Catholic till every Point was Clear requesting me to preach a funeral Sermon de up to my satisfaction. 1 might perhaps go Back to the Church of England or join some other sect but i was resolved not to become a member of any body o christians for them and offering to get my other appointment supplied. This is not common but to preachers who Are respected. I requested him to Sny for me 44 i was obliged to them which would oblige me to Speas evil of the Lor their Choice of me for the purpose Spucci in Hulic Church in things which i knew were tied in their letter but 1 had ceased to be a false. 44 of he exclaimed you Are sure to methodist this same Man wrote become a Catholic and i bad rather you be-1 to me some time after upon some business it
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.