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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - September 26, 1829, Boston, MassachusettsOf Catholic l. I in so Sti it if univ Xay for to is Dei s pro Nobis tins Contra nos to Ood n vol. I. E pm has who is anal not i s a of. Via. , sat Vrda september -2g, �82�. In it. In 1 or je817it, published Irr Fly to in ipod every in Torbay by s. Condon at k. B. Eaton Lor the proprietors to 83 per annul in must be a it paid Anil directed in the editor of Ibe a Jesuit Quot hoi Ion Man. The object it to explain dilute and defend the principle of the one Holt Catholic and Potro my Church. Orner. No. 14, causes or our errors. Truth is the primary want As it is the primary desire of Man Wlms can Cipul truth in religion which in communicating to us Sublime ideas and Noble conceptions of the let i vanity teaches is too Flor up Iii tilde tribute of homage to 11 in ? How interesting is truth in morals which traces out the line of duty for every condition in life without Rigour or human respect How important is truth in polities which by inspiring the Luler with Justice and the subject with due submission rescues government from the licentious passions of the multitude and the multitude from the tyranny of government How salutary is truth on the judgment sent which Withers guilt reanimated innocence nud causes Justice to Triumph How necessary is truth in education which establishes a imply Concord Between Precept and practice and impresses on the mind that the professor is equally the Model and Muster of infancy and youth How desirable is truth in literature mid the arts w hich preserves them from the contagion of bad taste glue i protects them against false ornaments As Well As false conceptions How indispensable is truth in the Commerce of life which banishing fraud and imposture ensures common safety to truth in All mid to truth above All Are Wlms the human family cordially and vitally aspire. They have also wisely concluded that truth is useful and that falsehood is injurious. In fact when True doctrines arc universally taught and Are deeply engraved on the human heart when they animate every class of society if they entirely Cheek not the Strong current of immorality mid crime they will do so to n great extent they will lie productive of generous sentiments of virtuous actions and Mankind will be convinced that truth is the very soul of the social body. Whereas if error about the fundamental concerns of life bears Sway in the human mind especially in individuals who Are raised up is models mid us guides it will Lead them from the Puth of moral rectitude and dash them into the Ahvis of falsehood by corrupting their thoughts feelings mid notions and will operate on them As a principle of decay and death. W but a tremendous collision of opposite opinions How Many systems rising Iliou the ruins of others How Many revolting paradoxes have been held up within the lust Century to the Eves of the world look at France partially perverted is she hns been he infidel in gland. Does not her Iteli Ginus i Ternov Ami political history prove her to have been the melancholy Arena in which error Imd too Long and too successfully fought against truth 1 the Battle was at first carried on with the pen and finally by the sword. Its result was the apparent annihilation of the altar and the throne. Wlms is remarks Hie is that the rival candidates for Victory whether heretic or Catholic sophist or philosopher infidel or Christian Democrat or royalist professed to March Forward to the be ii under the streaming Banner of truth nud that whoever armed against her considered himself is vanquished if he could have supposed that lie enlisted under the hag of falsehood. But How does it happen that notwithstanding this secret passion for truth which is entered ill the hearts of nil error should so extensively prevail and mislead the philosopher and the boor i is it possible to Trace and the causes of our errors so us to guard against their influence i in pointing out the rocks on which human reason so often founders although w e cannot ensure her against or cry storm and the various kinds of wreck to which on her passage through life she is so much exposed we latter ourselves that we can shelter her Ngi Viust several. We shall in this of a a the Jesuit a endeavour to account for sonic of the causes which Lead to so Dun Gerotis so fatal a result. These May he considered to he weakness of reason ignorance Hali know Utler science itself the false application of the various principles of truth partiality or prejudice excessive curiosity the passions. 1st, the weakness of , is it were Between existence and non existence Man by his faculties exhibits some striking features of resemblance to his maker but at the sume Lime betrays the imperfections and misery of All created beings. He is intelligent. Hut his understanding is circumscribed la to he not absolutely incapable of comprehending Evert kind of truth. He certainly is not allowed to conceive nil to know nil. Quot in vain Doe. His Pride murmur at the narrow limits of his reason lie is is Little Able to break them Down or enlarge them As to clothe himself with an immortal body. If mini then is a finite Luing is it strange that he should he fallible a w e can thus readily i Munive that there Are errors which Are the natural consequence of menial weakness and this conviction so far from burying us in cowardly despair ought to inspire us with a just diffidence of ourselves. Let us suppose that no individual combines within him a mind of the very first order a heart the most upright and knowledge the most extensive even then we should see hot Man a Hein gof limited Powers. Grant that in Basilica faculty of contrasting comparing and appreciating the Vanous objects that Quot come under the cognizance of his this faculty. Which is his High prerogative truly demonstrates his weakness if we except certain primary truths we jell Flash convictions upon the minds eve As the Sun throws its Brilliant beams on that of the body Man does not cannot see the objects that arc presented to him in u Cir Tutu nud yet

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