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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - May 14, 1831, Boston, MassachusettsOf Catholic Sentinel. I a sos i air Huv in a a Neus to Nodis Ems Contra nos a if ton be Fob is who is against us a rom. Till. Xxxi. Vol. Ii. Boston sat in 11 Day May ii 1831. No. Xxxvii. The Jesuit in Oil Whid weekly to appear eve by saturday by William Smith for the is of n i to us at 8 per annul in Advance. All communication. Nut be Post paid and directed to the edit ohm of the a a Jesuit Quot Bonton mum. The object a a to explain Ditl Iise and defend the principle of the one hot a Catholic and Afos Tolic Chubch. Office brom Firtl Street. Stricture on Wesley s pretended roman Ca techie pointing out it numerous misrepresentations Fatte glories and Gross falsehoods. Addressed to the methodists of Stourbridge and its Vicinity. By the Rev. J. A. Mason Catholic neat of All saints first. The weapons of our warfare Are not carnal but mighty through , to the pulling Down of Strong holds."�?2 Cor. X. 4. A a forgery i Blush for the Honor of protestantism while i write it seems to have been Peculiar to the reformed and i look m vain for one of those accursed out is of imposition among the disciple of e protestant h Hitaker s a indication of Mary Queen of scots vol. I. Chop. I. Sect. . My Christian Brethren a it is the Peculiar misfortune i had almost said happiness of the Catholic Church Seldom to find a generous adversary. The motives of her enemies arc frequently had generally impure and the weapons of their warfare carnal unjust and dishonourable. Were their cause a Good one Thev would not need the Aid of such auxiliaries nor would their counsels so often prove abortive their efforts inefficient and their labors vain. A a Why have the heathens raged and the people imagined a vain thing against the lord and against his Church he that sit Teth in the heavens shall laugh at them the almighty shall have them in derision. He hath placed his King upon his holy Hill of Sion. Preaching the commandments he hath said to him thou Art my son this Day have 1 Begotten thee and i will give to thee the Heathen for thy inheritance and the uttermost parts of the Earth for thy Possession thy kingdom is an everlasting kingdom Ami of thy government there shall be no it is impossible to rend the magnificent promises made to the Christian Church i. E. To the Church which was originally established by Jesus Christ the Faith the Laws the government and ministry of which arc of the same divine origin. I say it is impossible to read the magnificent promises made to this Church and not discover the imperishable foundation the Universal extent perpetual visibility and unalterable truth of this divine fabric. A a the mountains shall he moved a says the eternal and Yunchun Grable god a the Hills shall tremble but my mercy shall not depart from thee and the covenant of my peace shall not be moved Saith the lord who hath mercy on thee. O poor Little one tossed with tempest without All Comfort. Behold i will place the stones in order and Lay thy foundation with sapphires. And i will make thy bulwarks of Jasper Anil All thy Gates of Graven stones. No Cap ii formed against thee shall Prosper and every Tongue that re Kistoth thee in judgment thou Sliaut condemn. Thy gales shall be open continually they shall not he shot Day nor night that the strength of the gentiles May he brought to thee and their Kings May be brought for the nation and kingdom that w ill not serve thee shall perish. The glory of shall come to thee and the children of men that afflicted thee shall come bowing Down to thee Ami All that slandered thee shall worship the Steps of thy feet and shall Call Tecc the City of the lord the Siou of the holy one of our divine redeemer know ing the c in Sels of his father and the promises made to him in his mediator Al office proclaims the eternal duration and unalterable truth of his Church. A a 1 will build my Church upon a Rock and the Gates of hell shall not prevail against it. I will Send you another paraclete the spirit of truth and he shall guide you into All truth and shall remain with you such my Christian Brethren is the character of the Catholic Church that Church which was planted til the beginning by the divine hand of Jesus Christ redeemed by his death confirmed by his resurrection and the descent of the holy ghost instructed by the labors and teaching of the apostles watered with the blood of innumerable martyrs and producing in every ago a Noble company of holy confessors virgins and saints. Though Small indeed its origin As the Mustard seed a a poor and despicable Little one in the eyes of the world tossed with tempest without All comforts Humble As were the agents of its propagation and weak and contemptible As were the w Capone of their warfare yet they were mighty through god to the pulling Down of the Strong holds both of the jewish ceremonial and of the Gentile idolatry an a wickedness. The islands of the sea heard her voice the gods of the nations Felt her Power the name of Jesus resounded from pole to pole and extended itself from sea to sea and from Shore to Shore. And As widely As Catholic truth prevailed so widely did the Catholic Church extend her boundaries. Kings became her nursing of abhors and Queens her nursing mothers. The Cross the instrument of the disgrace and suite King of her divine spouse became the boast and glory of her children the Standard of her armies nud the ensigns of her triumphs warriors fought under its Protection nations crouched at its Feit Wise men hockey to its Light and Learned men to the brightness of i its rising every heart bounded with gladness and cd a cry Tongue Sung the praises of god. Well might the psalmist sing in transports of holy Runtura a a glorious things arc spoken of thee o City of god. Go round about Sion count her towers Mark Well her bulwarks Tell it to the generations to come god is known in her palaces for a but
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