Concordance for Advice to Irish girls in America / by the nun of Kenmare (Sister Mary Francis Clare).

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1.   children Story of St. Aloysius, the holy Jesuit 60 61 64 67 70 75 CHAPTER Same s
2. craments, continued Extreme Unction Holy Orders Matrimony 134 142 145 146 147 14
3. 0 165 170 What happened in my own family Eating meat on Friday CHAPTER XL Points
4. tween Catholics and Pkotestants The holy Apostles were Catholics The Catholic Ch
5. ne in the world, however or however holy, who may not It is be the better for "
6. o may not It is be the better for " only foolish people ; Good Advice.'^ who won
7. sand ? years of Eternity It is certainly very pleasant to be thought a great dea
8. ifty thousand times more, you would only be at the beginning of Eternity that li
9. last all this trouble for what can only but for a a few years, how much trouble
10. ng convent. wood away from He was a holy old man, and he had given up allliis ti
11. his later on. Well, the good old of holy thoughts, monk had his heart full as he
12. deed, the music was so beau- so heavenly, he could not go on. last the bird At s
13. stery, for though he thought he had only listened to for about a quarter of an h
14. his monastery, but all seemed strangely changed. He thought was the dark shades
15. e and how seemed to him he had been only away from utes ; the monastery for a fe
16. a hundred years like a Heaven would only seem happiness which few minutes, becau
17. we everything shall have we can possibly desire thirsty We never feel hunger nor
18. u about the It monk may not be literally true. was it is probably only a dream o
19. ot be literally true. was it is probably only a dream or parable, but will help
20. literally true. was it is probably only a dream or parable, but will help us to
21. lp us to understand that which certainly true. know ourselves how quick the time
22. nd it for him. My children, we have only one is real business in this world, and
23. may this not try to make money honestly in world in order to be rich in the nex
24. ill always be persons who if are equally foolish. Perhaps about it, any one had
25. sense. We have the power, like certainly, to do what we with our time and our mo
26. money, 26 ADVICE TO is and not sinfully anxious about it, this is no harm. But
27. There are very few people who are really content with what they have. in discont
28. s, if she where she can attend regularly to her religious duties, I do not think
29. , a girl stays a long time in one family she gets attached to her itiaster and a
30. ging a place to better one^s should only people be quite sure that they are bett
31. nything to get more. Try, then, honestly and get on in the world, but is religio
32. get on in the world, but is religiously, to remember there it is anotlier world
33. you of;' are thinking but they can only 'guess,' they cannot be sure." is My lo
34. ildren, girl's person could not she only saw the fair. know motive actions, and
35. d world tress ? for it in this Certainly, her master and misfor her would pay he
36. n, there are thousands of who think only of what they can get for their work all
37. k of Hea- ven My children, we shall only have w^ill one subject of regret, and t
38. y does not wish us to hve sad and lonely lives. He has given us a great sources
39. and drink told, in and we are God's Holy Book, the Bible, that only we not so. m
40. re God's Holy Book, the Bible, that only we not so. may eat and drink for the gl
41. plain this better. There romeo. in Italy, is a saint, called St. Charles Borof M
42. iving them the children, Sacrament. only be My the Day of known in Judgment, how
43. r poor sinners. Well, this good and holy Bishop very well that people could not
44. doing if to the other you were suddenly world You may would like be sure a grea
45. ful in it is. itself, it w^hat Certainly, if we could know we were going to die,
46. hard master; the devil likes to the only hard master. He to make us commit sin,
47. the world come. Some people wish tainly to be rich, as they say, for the sake o
48. and mother, who are anxious, and rightly YOUNG CATHOLIC WOMEN. 41 anxious, to pr
49. get her to disobey to her it God openly, so he said was ''no harm.'' Believe me
50. than soris and remember that it not only in this world, but in the next, that we
51. hat Be ever content with you earn fairly money poor in and honestly, and remembe
52. u earn fairly money poor in and honestly, and remember that though you may be th
53. n the world to come. We read in the holy gospels of a man of great wealth, who f
54. n of great wealth, who fared sumptuously every day, and dressed magnificently, a
55. sly every day, and dressed magnificently, and when he died he went to Hell. What
56. e rich man's door. He had him ; scarcely enough of clothes to cover he could onl
57. enough of clothes to cover he could only get but food enough to keep him worst k
58. an it, making he was laying it by safely ia God's good bank in Heaven, and when
59. order to be rich in Heaven ; it is only necessary that you should not love the
60. because it is God's hav- and not merely for the sake of ing money to spend even
61. in a tone of ! contempt, "Oh she is only a servant hear girls say, Oh what can '
62. y, Oh what can ' ' '' We do ? I I'm only a poor servant." this is My is children
63. n, but not what God is not what the holy Angels say. The Angels His holy little
64. the holy Angels say. The Angels His holy little are servants, they are God 's a
65. degrad- Listen to the words of the Holy Apostle For let this mind he in you whi
66. the greatest honor we this can possibly have to be the servants of Our Lord Jes
67. obliged to be the servants of an earthly master, how great an honor they have. r
68. ie, will not keep away ; ness, or family troubles and the rich must as the poor.
69. and suffer just as riches, much The only true riches, because the long for ever,
70. like my Lord Jesus Christ !" Li the Holy House of Nazareth, where our Blessed Sa
71. sure that our Lord did work in that Holy House, as soon as He was able. You may
72. servants. My children, if the poor only all knew how labor they might sanctify
73. ought sometimes but you should certainly ing, or make it, this offer- offering l
74. it were, in the service of your Heavenly Master. to You engage yourself with Him
75. pay you. will lay to Heaven, how richly lie will You up treasures for yourself
76. ll Eternity and, besides, in will really get on better this world. People who co
77. d all will that they have so ; carefully laid up is taken from them ! and then s
78. hey can take nothing with them —surely these poor people are indeed ! to be pi
79. he its moment Some of death. of the holy guardian angels are in employed minding
80. and to make yourself every day more holy. The guardian their I angels do not it
81. dian angel must try to be like the holy guar- angels. is My as if children, you
82. f is he were a great this ? And why holy angels It is because the choose for nev
83. that God will always help w^e will only ask girl : Him. A who has " Oh, ! to mi
84. is, people are very seldom life. really content with their state in this discon
85. ought to be quite content with His holy will, and to desire only to be what, an
86. t with His holy will, and to desire only to be what, and to It is fool- be where
87. ll the grumbling in the world won't only make any change for us, and it will mak
88. wisest and best, we ought shall not only to be content, but even to be thankfuh
89. ppy. But there are some girls, unhappily, who do only a refuse not think think a
90. e are some girls, unhappily, who do only a refuse not think think about God's wi
91. think think about God's will; who family, of themselves; who will situation with
92. work to do. This is not doing God's holy will, like the blessed guardian Angels.
93. the poor who listened Him most willingly, and the poor who followed Him most tle
94. or who followed Him most tles faithfully. And when it the Apos- went to preach,
95. , because you are to not for any earthly motive, but for our Lord Jesus Christ,
96. t many — (Eph. vi., 7.) Not grudgingly ing it or impatiently, by think- hard ;
97. 7.) Not grudgingly ing it or impatiently, by think- hard ; that would not be wor
98. eary. in this, no the harm you will only all it more merit for it if you can bea
99. for it if you can bear pa- YOUNG tiently ; CATHOLIC all this, WOMEN. 69 try and
100. en they it is are working for them- only when they are working It is for others
101. servants, and who try to make are really them do more work than they able to do
102. ave charge of children, have a most holy and blessed duty confided to you, and o
103. ou, and one for which you must certainly give an account at the great Day all of
104. s dediser- cated to children, and nearly every vant some time or other has to do
105. be married and have the care of a family. How learn important it is that people
106. o take proper care of children. The holy Angels are kind and helpless ones. will
107. pure, it and you are trying to make ugly. dark and : ; 74 I ADVICE TO have even
108. hat saying The poor it ; child certainly does not know but the person who teache
109. St. Aloysius, You have heard of the holy Jesuit, who died so young. child Well,
110. ubles and sickness ; nurse them tenderly, as Mary nursed the Infant Jesus think
111. hem. will they do wrong, as children fly in do wrong, do not a passion with them
112. a passion with them, but speak to nicely, them gently and sary, and if it is nec
113. h them, but speak to nicely, them gently and sary, and if it is neces- punish th
114. s wrong ; and even were no harm — only a thing you did — YOUNG not wish CATH
115. hey finish one duty well and care- fully before they begin another. a great deal
116. t anxious to do every- thing he possibly can for them. But the very best and kin
117. r, and that ; wise Father that no really He God who j a can know what we is good
118. ings that are very bad for us and surely w^e would not wish God for us. '' to gi
119. od, Give us this day our often ask daily bread." My children, we for things that
120. odies ; Because but we poison would only kill sometimes ask God for things which
121. knife to her ? would you give Certainly not. 82 ADVICE child TO But the might t
122. too young know that the knife would only cut her —you would far not mind how m
123. gives us that is place something really good for us. Well, then, a good girl be
124. no diffi- culty in rising very cjuickly and very early every morning of your li
125. y in rising very cjuickly and very early every morning of your life, whether you
126. g some great temporal But, unfortunately, we think so little of Eternity derful,
127. food for several days you would probably die of starvation. Your poor soul wants
128. y day. " Give us this day this our daily hread,^^ will means give us day the foo
129. elfare. Say your prayers to do fervently. ; Do not try two things at once it wil
130. er all, a pity the consequences are only temif poral that ; but you spoil or inj
131. day well, and you be sure to end happily. Spend a few minutes, before you leave
132. eep, in saying in your prayers fervently and earnestly, asking God with your who
133. in your prayers fervently and earnestly, asking God with your whole to heart to
134. God, help me to work well and faithfully to-day, and overcome my na-' tural indo
135. k because her mind will be at cheerfully, rest ; she will be so happy else herse
136. the Convent school, or some of the holy hymns she ''What a has learned at her p
137. their the who says her prayers regularly, saints who prays to the regularly, wil
138. larly, saints who prays to the regularly, will girl, have her troubles as well a
139. he do everything as well as she possibly can. Look at the girl who got up late,
140. pra^^ers well have said her and steadily, and blames the YOUNG poor cat, CATHOLI
141. pt herself. My children, you must surely known people who have way, and I just a
142. think of honesty as the best policy only for this world, though it certainly is
143. only for this world, though it certainly is the best we must I think about hones
144. y. Sometimes because they are not really well instructed, and YOUNG sometimes, I
145. ecause they do not choose to be strictly honest, and so they say to themselves,
146. s. It often happens, indeed it generally happens, that a master or mistress are
147. ady told you what a it is great and holy task of children, to have the care and
148. ought ask yourself ' ADVICE TO seriously, very often, fulfill and very your duty
149. uld If she is serve for two days. family, living in a where there are a she grea
150. ? great deal of food, and what actually robbing her employers this but She woul
151. ant of sufficient which you might easily have saved. dollars' Your master worth
152. , and has charge of cooking for a family, will know very well what I mean. Let s
153. '*"' ' ———»»- 98 ADYICE TO only an acci- It is easy to say, *'it is den
154. or served sake. their masters faithfully But what tually steal articles stores,
155. their masters faithfully But what tually steal articles stores, • shall I say
156. n any fellow-servant." Would you earthly judge ? dare to if say this to any it,
157. d 102 YOUNG CATHOLIC WOMEN. he will only laughs at her at folly, as laugh her in
158. MEN. he will only laughs at her at folly, as laugh her in Hell sin if he can tem
159. ng you ask the but if help of God's holy grace you do it not resist, in the begi
160. r and harder every day. Temptation oiily is like a fire ; at first we see it it
161. icked purpose. God has given us the Holy Sacraments, and His Holy grace to enabl
162. ven us the Holy Sacraments, and His Holy grace to enable us to if overcome every
163. hope you often. read this over carefully and There saints is no sin in being tem
164. tive to belp your parents —a most boly motive, and one tbat God approves, and
165. o make them take something, perhaps only some very little thing, to which they h
166. not difficult. There that If is is only one really good motive, and the love of
167. ult. There that If is is only one really good motive, and the love of God. to gi
168. did it for of God. And more the I freely you do for the love of God, more reward
169. and many of you, I hope, do it entirely for the love of God ; YOUNG CATHOLIC WO
170. l be lost forever ever, it is and surely worth our while to take it. great pains
171. secure The way in which people generally fall 110 is ADYICE TO by listening to t
172. ink that ? resisting temptation properly is Indeed it not. You must will help yo
173. MEN. Ill what tempts you, the more hkely you are to take it. The longer you keep
174. ill if you think of often it come easily to your mind when the temptation comes.
175. may have us there to torGod and the holy Anforever he ; gels invite us to Heaven
176. e in mortal sin. God and invit- the holy Angels and holy Mary are ing us up Heav
177. God and invit- the holy Angels and holy Mary are ing us up Heaven. My vil, chil
178. ertain must is be. Death indeed the only thing in the world of which we can be c
179. o and of such fearful importance, surely, surely, you cannot be your real too we
180. such fearful importance, surely, surely, you cannot be your real too well pre-
181. or this life that you should incessantly prepare by prayer and the I intend holy
182. prepare by prayer and the I intend holy Sacraments of the Church. now, with God
183. avor, or she !" would ask more earnestly When we the favors pray we are asking G
184. reparing for Confession and for the holy Communion. But besides our regular time
185. s for ] when we more nourishment usually our bodies than what are tired tired ta
186. d take when we is — we when our bodily strength from hard People are work, we
187. re work, we require more food. generally very careful about their bodily strengt
188. enerally very careful about their bodily strength ; they will get all the food t
189. any thousand people were many good, holy _i YOUNG CATHOLIC WOMEN. Irish girls, i
190. ut they ; said, "NoP' and they died holy martyrs their souls ; they would not st
191. arve they bore the cruel pains of bodily starvation sooner than offend God. They
192. if we must prive ourselves of our bodily food to do this. We must feed our If so
193. ing to sufiPer for will- in your earthly prospects for the good of your soul, an
194. ? for this great, You know that our holy church teaches us that there are seven
195. for our help and comfort in our earthly pilgrimage. The first of these Sacramen
196. . How into good His it was of God family to take you thus own make it is — to
197. y to soil their poor souls, and put ugly, dirty sin on them. those God must be i
198. and obtain a right to leges of the holy church. the privi- Think how great a gr
199. e special Ghost. is at gifts of the Holy The Sacrament of Confirmation it very i
200. with very great care. Spirit of The Holy God is always ready if to help us to do
201. l AVOMEN. for God's 125 we can pray Holy and pray to God's Holy liv.es. Spirit e
202. we can pray Holy and pray to God's Holy liv.es. Spirit every day of our to It i
203. ater love and devotion to, God, the Holy Ghost —that they should it is continu
204. st —that they should it is continually ask His help, for the will of God that
205. of our should I say about the most Holy Sacrament of the Body and Blood Lord Je
206. t Jesus does for us in the its most Holy Sacrament, because are effects hidden.
207. hich God gives us crament, but most Holy Saless real none the —none unites the
208. s us. He comes Himself, in the most Holy Sa- crament, into our poor hearts, to m
209. ur poor hearts, to make us good and holy, and like Himself; and as He died on th
210. He gives Himself to us in the most Holy Sacrament to for make us fit Heaven. ea
211. ent to for make us fit Heaven. earnestly How kings. we should visit of try to pr
212. lves for the the King of How beautifully pure and white and clean we should make
213. — 128 ADVICE TO is pected in a family, every preparation made to receive is t
214. se, thousand welcomes for every one only a cold one for Jesus say of those least
215. e so with you. I am it is not so —only we must remember however much we may lo
216. " not time to go to Confession regularly My was children, this is only an excuse
217. regularly My was children, this is only an excuse ; if it to a party of pleasur
218. they would wish, and if they are really hindered by duty it and necessary busin
219. . and God You less ought to go regularly to the one Confessor, and not be changi
220. hanging about, unit. you cannot possibly help You for ought to prepare quietly a
221. ly help You for ought to prepare quietly and steadily your Confession conscience
222. or ought to prepare quietly and steadily your Confession conscience, to first by
223. girls in service, to if and particularly ask the advice of the priest inclined t
224. if they are in any and I very earnestly recom- mend every girl who reads this b
225. has granted you. My children, if we only thought how YOUNG CATHOLIC WOMEN. 133 m
226. prepares us for that beautiful Heavenly is country, where there or sickness, or
227. here wrapped up of this God and the holy Angels are waiting for us. are so in th
228. How how good God is to us how infinitely, wonderfully merciful When we were litt
229. God is to us how infinitely, wonderfully merciful When we were little unconsciou
230. cious babes He received us into His holy Church, and made ful us His own childre
231. y will know, when too late, how is truly merciful God is, for His justice true m
232. , oil, and ears, and mouth with the holy praying that God may wipe away senses.
233. tions. We may then also receive the holy Yi- ! 138 aticum ; ADYICE the TO to wor
234. s go with us on a journey. the most holy Sacrament ; it is Jesus Himself to who
235. lf to who comes go with us so mercifully and lovingly on our last journey — th
236. es go with us so mercifully and lovingly on our last journey — that terrible j
237. ll make some day or And this is the only time which we can Communion without fas
238. e to do without food or receive the holy medicine, perhaps even for an hour, and
239. wait until the person priest ; actually dying, to send for the but you must sen
240. ld, or husband, has not ? been carefully prepared to meet God 140 ADVICE TO tell
241. ust going to God to be judged, perfectly should be quiet except one j)e^^sen, an
242. person with prayers, for you might only confuse her mind you ; but you should s
243. in perhaps think that the Sacra- of Holy Orders does not concern any way, and ma
244. would become in there priests were only two or three hundred the world, instead
245. at debt of we owe to these good and holy God's serto men, who give up their vice
246. the love of young men give up Certainly God child- He will give them a great an
247. ificent reward. ren, if my we could only see the place that the good priests wil
248. dreadful to hear people speaking lightly or disrespectfully of a priest. My to c
249. ople speaking lightly or disrespectfully of a priest. My to children, let no one
250. ore than any one else who think themonly silly people — selves wiser than thei
251. an any one else who think themonly silly people — selves wiser than their supe
252. ry serious matter, though, unfortunately, people are too fond of makPeoif it ing
253. you It is to consider subject certainly very foolish for a girl to be constantl
254. very foolish for a girl to be constantly thinking j about getting married think
255. ur whole future may depend, and probably will depend, on the choice you make. fi
256. their friends How it is often, unhappily, it is urge them on, because a good mat
257. idea reform him. A he it is more likely will pervert you. But you will ; say he
258. ou. But you will ; say he little is only takes a little in drinking a the sure a
259. r it you marry, fault. will be generally your his if own will If you make home y
260. ourself, take wives. to they have really for Pray for him and every day, that yo
261. ll the duties of your state of perfectly, and God's Holy Grace will be with you
262. your state of perfectly, and God's Holy Grace will be with you and with yours.
263. will say, ; perhaps, I give '^ I am only a ?" girl it how can good example But i
264. e great happiness to bear, to whose holy Order I have the great honor to belong.
265. a sermon and away they went. But he only walked city, about through the streets
266. odest in her manner, and dressed quietly, and regular at her religious duties, o
267. humble station of may do they would only ren, Indeed, my child- you need not go
268. vation. Masters and mistresses naturally watch their servants. so, for They cann
269. w they if and say, act. They soon see ly, a servant does her duty honestwill and
270. we know that the Catholic Church is Holy' ; we say every day well that in the Cr
271. t in the Creed, *' I believe in the Holy Catholic Church,'' but it is we know ve
272. very a the Church as body which is Holy, and that there may be in it. some very
273. it. They say, You talk I about the Holy Catholic Church, I as- but had a Cathol
274. is not make the Church one bit less Holy. There always was, and please God there
275. thousands to atone and thousands of holy Catholics for the sins of the careless
276. , is and besides this the Church is Holy in her teaching, because she taught by
277. ing, because she taught by God, and Holy in her Sacraments because they are orda
278. much about when used to get up so early and get her work well done to she wante
279. which was never altered, so we have only to believe what Grod teaches us by the
280. u find that a perthat son she wants only to argue with you, may disturb your min
281. y or be silent. You can say respectfully but firmly, that you do not wish is to
282. ent. You can say respectfully but firmly, that you do not wish is to argue, for
283. ighbors to them, and are re- on friendly terms, that I shall add some marks whic
284. ch they gave of their rehgion. Certainly, my children, we may not all be able to
285. e able to speak well or explain our Holy Faith well, but ample, and that preach.
286. there are some Catholics who defend only does their religion in a ; harm who get
287. ot the It is way good CathoHcs certainly right that we we should be ready for it
288. very earnest in the defence of our holy religion to ; that lay down our lives t
289. se. which this is you know are perfectly But YOUNG CATHOLIC no reason for WOMEN.
290. faithful, more is, and humble, and holy she she will the I more influence have.
291. unity, and explain to them that our holy this is faith. not the best way to defe
292. to be true, and which happened in family. all my own and best ther, Nearly I our
293. family. all my own and best ther, Nearly I our servants were Catholics, say, tha
294. estant cook she was a Welsh woThe really too, man, a fearful temper. Catholic, c
295. emper worse and slie worse, until nearly got quite beyond control. fellow ate it
296. l. fellow ate it The poor times, readily several and always promised himself he
297. e, if the it man had gone all if quietly to set master, would have been and even
298. er servant, a after, some years who only staid with us a short time, to a Catho-
299. n Good day he persuaded the whole family not to taste meat ; he begged so hard,
300. begged so hard, and spoke so beautifully about it, and asked how could any one r
301. ken cooked ill for herself, was suddenly, soon after dinner, and the very next d
302. she had to get a doctor, and was nearly dying. Thus you f^S—5^„.i,-U J'^U-
303. 71 gentleness and good example, and only at the last great Day, shall we know al
304. ways prefer service in a Catholic family. may not get so good wages, or she may
305. ever, not to go into a Protestant family that you know to be very bitter against
306. way of temptations, and in such a family you would probably have great temptatio
307. and in such a family you would probably have great temptations. There are some
308. ight be very comfortable, and not likely to injure your religion ought to do ; a
309. CE Bible. ; TO is the Now it this really very amusing for if were not for Cathol
310. e. I hope you will attend very carefully to the short explanations which I to gi
311. will try to keep them in your mind. Only think, dear children, if how happy it w
312. le will it read a story ; very willingly, because amuses them but it is sometime
313. foolish this against Catholics. The Holy Apostles were Cathto teach the and our
314. er would have been known to people, only for Protestants. Now this is a falsehoo
315. s had not kept the whole Bible carefully from the time of the Apostles to the pr
316. o ask us to Again Protestants constantly taunt Catholics with submitting to thei
317. olics are YOUNG CATHOLIC WOMEN. 179 only doing the very thing that the Bible tel
318. ng My children, how happy we to the Holy Catholic Church, which never has change
319. on't take people to Heaven, and the only true learning is what God teaches us ;
320. hing, and what other people know is only guessing at the truth. is But in religi
321. 82 Bible, ADVICE TO in whereas they only believe it what bit they fancy out of t
322. them that we must not but do them. only believe in good works, The Apostle, sha
323. (St. James And believe then this holy Apostle explains to faith, us that the
324. shall say a word of unhap- meaning pily, you here. There say, ' are, ' some Cat
325. ong to the true Church I shall certainly be saved ;" and they live very bad and
326. ines Hell. You might believe of the holy Church, and go to You must do good work
327. st ; good works testants, and, unhappily, many Pro- who are not wicked as he was
328. t that does not save them but they truly believed in our Lord they would believe
329. people do not believe they do not really believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, whate
330. silent. to be When you do, have quietly explained do, if what you and what you
331. have done your duty, and angry you only commit a all you get this is sin, and t
332. that the devil wants. Just say, quietly, " Well, believe if you do not in sayin
333. ould You know as very well that you only ask the prayers of the Saints and Angel
334. n Angels. this world, and so do the holy In the parable of the rich find this, m
335. h find this, man and Lazarus we the holy Angels do. and we find that know what w
336. t we relics. say and And then as to holy Relics are constantly mentioned in the
337. nd then as to holy Relics are constantly mentioned in the Bible as the means emp
338. e it is the relics their virtue, as only God who can saints. give virtue to the
339. the relics of the It is therefore silly and unmeaning if for Protestants to tal
340. s, and it if they shall drink any deadly thing, not hurt them ; shall they shall
341. t it is miracles, and you know that only in the holy Catholic Church that miracl
342. cles, and you know that only in the holy Catholic Church that miracles occur ; s
343. none in their to own church j it is only God's church that the power of workis i
344. in the make them less true. We read Holy Gospels that the unbelieving Jews thoug
345. t that while Protestants are undoubtedly taunting Catholics with is being supers
346. apping, and these things, which can only be done by the power of the devil, and
347. know how Jesus, the Son of God, her only child was scourged and persecuted by 19
348. example she has given and how earnestly we should try to follow it. We can neve
349. es, and take no for they who do are only encouraged to go on find that Catholics
350. o God. He will judge them to we can only pray for them, and try atone to God for
351. n the Mother of God do, who was the only smless woman She ! works miracles of gr
352. ver humble, how- ever poor. We have only to ask her, and she hears us at once, a
353. r the of imitating like —that her holy example. her. Let us try to be She was
354. place in her. And to I would especially recommend you to wear the Scapular, and
355. , Beloved with a success that has justly earned the applause of the pious and th
356. us and the learned. We rejoice, not only because you have promoted by this learn
357. M THE POPE. Catholic religion so clearly that they can no longer be For not only
358. that they can no longer be For not only did he bring the light of faith to a pe
359. toms, so that the island became entirely changed, and was justly styled the Isla
360. became entirely changed, and was justly styled the Island of Saints. The clergy
361. . "While these facts refute most clearly the false charges of ignorance, darknes
362. n to progress which are not unfrequently brought against the Church and this Hol
363. brought against the Church and this Holy See, the Life of St. Patrick, as writte
364. of St. Patrick, as written so carefully by you, has the further merit of pointi
365. tioned. ; LETTER FROM THE POPE. forcibly rally 201 and eflfectively because tlii
366. . ; LETTER FROM THE POPE. forcibly rally 201 and eflfectively because tliis resu
367. OPE. forcibly rally 201 and eflfectively because tliis result flows natufrom tli
368. at the abiding fruits of this most holy prelate's mission, evidenced by the con
369. y of former glorious deeds. We certainly augur this successand at the same time
370. o you and to your sisters, most lovingly, the Ai30stolic Benediction, as an earn

Author: Eric Lease Morgan <emorgan@nd.edu>
Date created: October 16, 2010
Date updated: August 23, 2016
URL: https://concordances.library.nd.edu/app/