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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - October 31, 1829, Boston, MassachusettsCatholic Sentinel. By a feet so a ii a ��x5v, Rig was a is to minis quis Contra nos a it Coo be nil i a who is against is a bum. Via. Xxxi. Vol. , saturday october 31, 1s2d. To. In. Tho Jesuit published weekly to appear every saturday by s. Condom a f. Eaton for the at 93 per annul in Jominy Nicalina must lie past paid and directed to the editors of the a a Soctt a a Ito Ion Mas. S the object is in explain i flu a and Del enl the principles of the Ost , Catholic end Aron. Tolic Chukchi. Orrice no. Ii Stute causes of our brroh8. Continue. It Gnu so 8�?tags 5d.tim suppression of voluptuousness is one of the just loud cries of Leto Christian ministry. Youth will not understand it. Any attempt to put it Down is considered Gay licentiousness As an barbarity. Must the Christian ministry therefore cease to act must they not incessantly attack it i expose its ruinous effects and hold it up us Ushii Weful Hydra the very pagans the evils it ent led on society. Cicero anticipating the reproaches which might be Mude to old age As being incapable of pleasure exclaims a a Happy privilege of our age which emancipated us from the Servile vice of youth listen my Good Young friends a continues be to the advice of Are yous of Trent in one of the first and greatest men of the age in which he lived. A in All nature says lie a a there is nothing More destructive to Mankind than voluptuousness. There is no pleasure which manifests such symptoms of violence and . It is the copious source of private and Public treason of the downfall of states and of criminal negotiations with the enemies of a Man s native country. It prepares the heart for the commission of the Hluck est crimes it is the do idly foe of reason it darkens the Light of the soul and can never associate with Why should such a a Sion which thus revolutionizes All the faculties of the soul he a j impassible Barrier to the March of truth. A prevent it from spending its salutary influence and of loudly proclaiming its Stern mandate ? in the intoxication and licentious tumult of pleasure the voice of reason is lost. The imagination of the Volu stuary imparts a colouring mid a pleasing witchery to vice. Nature is no longer known or Felt. It nomenclature is destroyed. Liberti ism is termed innocent amusement licentious discourse is considered harmless fun perseverance in u ruinous passion an heroic Cut my Ncncy. Trio pleasure of the heart now constitutes the Justice of the head and according to the great st. Augustine who was a philosopher a Catholic a Ili shop and a Saint pleasure is the divinity of such a heart a a tin tit Sanctum st. We in a touched on Many subjects in the course of this dissertation. The readers May apply to themselves such parts of it As May suit them. There May be at least one who May still pursue his opinions of Manly Independence the secret causes of which he has not hitherto correctly dual used and which May eventually make him More attentive in Bis researches and less precipitate in his judgment. Providence who veils his mysterious designs and yet has occasionally recourse to Man for their development unto Man patiently Waits for the return of that Reader whose soul Lias been Long balancing Between the Beauty of truth and the poisonous charms of pleasure. St. Augustine was Only Iii Ciceu years old when he first glanced it a work written by the celebrated Cicero which no longer exists and which went by the name of Ifor tisius. The subject was an cohort Linn to Wisdom lie tells us that this work changed his affections inspired him with thoughts quite different from what he formerly entertained and tilled him with an ardent desire of learning the m is dam of heaven. This served As a Little seed deposited in a heart which May he considered us Nhot bed of righteousness and which developed by to the Power of god was destined to produce at the mph it Iii cd time the most fragrant and Nymn Duisit fruit. Why should not truth have the same salutary influence on the minds of our renders ? she is ancient yet never can grow old she is As eternal a god himself her prolific Parent. If she smiles on you turn not away from the Light of her countenance if she seeks you avoid her it is for your happiness that she is anxious to Triumph Over you. Your resistance will be your shame and your defeat your glory. Qualified ten hrs will direct you in the career of letters and of science and w e doubt not hut that your passion for truth will Long continue but in the great concerns of morality and religion which Are the Only solid foundation of every virtue w ill you feel the same passion for truth ? it is our duty to explain it it is yours to h Cir and to practise it. It is written that the lips of the Pri t shall he the depositories of silence Anil that in his words will he found the Rule and the Haw. To to the priest who throws around her a repulsive costume which she scorns to Wear to to him if he decks her in tho effeminate garb of sensuality or weakens or conceals her heavenly rights her innate severity to to those who follow not her uncompromising dictates to to Ull who from a Tempo izing or any such unworthy motive will not take up that line of March which she Points out How easy it is to love truth when she imposes no restrictions or painful duties upon us Are we not equally hound to love her when she condemns us and w Hen our inclinations Are not in strict accordance with her ? give us therefore kind Reader a patient and unbiased hearing in our subsequent dissertations accompany us with n sincere desire of admitting truth and with a moral courage of receiving her Yoke which like that of her divine father a i Sweet indeed a not Hoigh i May not seem Solo obstinate and rebellious nature. Come Forward with such Happy dispositions of heart and soul and you must he enlightened you must become
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