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ON Thursday of last week, Mr. Asquith, in moving the Second Reading of the Welsh Disestablishment Bill, devoted
'his speech to the grounds of policy which had led to its introduction. He ma
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THE SCHOOL QUESTION IN MANITOBA.
THE furious political passion evoked by the contro-versy now raging over the schools of Manitoba shows the violence of the forces with which Catholics all o
We have said that the action of Henry VIII. did not constitute the final separation of England from Rome. England repented of this action ; and few scenes in the history of England can compare for pa
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IX.—A VERDICT ON THE COMPILERS' TESTIMONY—A SYNOPSIS OF THE SARUM MASS AND THE COM-MUNION SERVICE OF THE FIRST PRAYER BOOK.
Our verdict on the evidence of the group of compilers is as follo
We are able to announce an important change in the ecclesiastical constitution of the Church in Wales. A Papal Brief is now in the hands of Cardinal Vaughan, by which eleven Welsh counties are taken
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)
Sunday, March 24, 1895.
O THE N Tuesday last, the Feast of St. Joseph the Holy Father said Mass in a chapel VATICAN. adjoining the Ha
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The Archbishoft of Dublin.—His Grace the Archbishop has left Dublin for some weeks to make the customary visit ad limina Apostolorunz. During his absence the Vicars-General will attend*as usual at th
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CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC GUARDIANS.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE TABLET.
SIR,—Will you allow me, as a Catholic Guardian, to say a few words in reply to Father White ? He seems to have missed entirely
DR. TRENKLE ON THE EPISTLE OF ST. JAMES.
Der Brief des heiligen Jacobus erklarf von FRANZ SALES TRENKLE, Doctor der Theologie, &c. Freiburg : Herder.
IN the great dearth of modern
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Sources of New Testament Greek : Or, the Influence of the Sep-tuagint on the Vocabulary of the New Testament. By the Rev. II. A. A. Kennedy, M.A.,D.Sc. (Edinburgh : T. and T. Clark.)
QUESTION WAS ST. PETER BISHOP OF ROME?
And other sheep I have, that are not of this fold ; them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice, and there shall be one fold, and one Shepher
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We make the following extracts from the Report pre-sented at the Third Annual General Meeting of the Irish Literary Society at their rooms on Wednesday last : The work of the General Committee has in
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At the foundation-stone laying and solemn blessing of the new church at Hartley, performed by the Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle, the Rev. J. B. Mackinlay, of Blyth, made the somewhat startling state
IMPOSING CEREMONY AT 1IIGHGATE.—On Sunday last, the 24th inst., a solemn and impressive ceremony was witnessed by a large con-gregation at St. Joseph's, Highgate Hill, when nin
THE LATE PROVOST WENHAM.—The Rev. Father Gorman begs to express his grateful thanks for the numerous letters of sympathy and condolence on the occasion of the last illness and death of the late Provo
LENTEN DISPENSATION.—The Bishop issued a Pastoral for Mid-Lent Sunday, in which he says :
As soon as we heard that the epidemic of influenza had obtained a footing and was spreading in this
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BIRTLEY. — DEATH OF DOM CHAMBERS, O.S.B. — The English Benedictines suffered a severe loss on Wednesday, March 20, by the death of the Rev. D. F. Dunstan Chambers, who succumbed, at the age of 49, to
ST. MARIE'S CONFERENCE OF THE SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL, SHEFFIELD.—In the account of the year's work of the above Conference we read that the various sums collected during the year amounted to
ST. ANDREWS AND EDINBURGH.
THE ENLARGEMENT OF ST. MARGARET'S CONVENT CHAPEL, EDINBURGH.—The Chapel of St. Margaret's Convent, Whitehouse Loan, Edinburgh, after having been greatly enlarged