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ECCLESIASTICAL RECORD,

9 Monthly Journal,

CONDUCTED BY A SOCIETY OF CLERGYMEN,

UNDER EPISCOPAL SANCTION,

VOL. X.

66

“Ut Christiani ita et Romani sitis.”
As you are children of Christ, so be you children of Rome.”

Ex Dictis S. Patricii, Book of Armagh, fol. 9.

66

DUBLIN:

WILLIAM B. KELLY, 8, GRAFTON-STREET,

AND 4, LOWER ORMOND-QUAY.
LONDON : BURNS & OATES, 17, PORTMAN-STREET, W.
NEW YORK, UNITED STATES: P. M. HAVERTY, I, BARCLAY-ST.

Per. 114.0.33

Imprimatur,

* PAULUS CARDINALIS CULLEN,

Archiepiscopus Dublinensis.

Die 1° Octobris, 1873.

ALPHABETICAL INDEX.

318

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PAGE
Activity within the Church

541
Ancient History, On the Correct Treatment of

389

Archer, Father James (of Salamanca), Sketch of Life of

553

Architecture, A Chapter on Ecclesiastical

285

Armagh Cathedral-Letter of His Grace the Archbishop of West-

minster to the Primate of All Ireland

1

Ballerini on the Lenten Fast-Letters of Rev. J. Jones

329, 406

Replies of Rev. W. J. Walsh

367, 420

Barnabo, Death of Cardinal

Bath, Sketch of Life of Father

524

Bazaine, Trial of Marshal

277

Bismarck-La Marmora Controversy

313

Canonized Priests

259, 303

Carney, Father James, of Santiago, his Death as described in the

* Common Letter"

175

Catholic Congress

567

Catholic Education and the Irish Hierarchy

81

Catholic Medical Men, and the Medical Profession in Ireland

441

Catholic University of Ireland

161

CHRONICLE :

Italy

225, 311,481, 580

France

275

Spain

279, 324,532

Germany

270

Germany-Prussia

Church, The, and “Modern Thought”

56, 102, 237

Croke, Most Rev. Dr., Bishop of Auckland-Sermon on 28th

Anniversary of the Coronation of Pius IX.

464

Decrees and Acts of the Conciliabulum held by the Four Heretic

Archbishops of Ireland in 161

203

Desecration of Sacred Places in Rome

311

Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus

DOCUMENTS:-

Letter of His Holiness to His Eminence Cardinal Cullen

40

The Irish Hierarchy and Catholic Education

81

Letter of His Eminence Cardinal Cullen to the Clergy of Dublin

83

Monsignor Woodlock to the Clergy of Ireland

86

Encyclical of His Holiness Pius IX., November, 1873

127

Beatification and Canonization of the Ven. John Baptist

De-la-Salle

139

Letter of F. Cardinal Asquinius

332

His Holiness to the Archbishops and Bishops of the Austrian

Empire

383

Letter of the Pope to the Ruthenian Bishops

474

Decree of the Sacred Congregation of the Council

478

Ecclesiastical Architecture, A Chapter on

285

Evangelical Alliance

Faith, Feasts, Devotions

63

France

275

Germany

270

346

212
PAGE

:

208

HARMONY OF THE PASSION :-
$ 4.-Keeping of the Pasch

41
$ 5.—The Washing of the Feet

49
Dissertation 2.-On the Order of Events at the Last Supper

109
His Holiness and the American Pilgrims

484
Holycross Abbey

28
Homer, Personal Character of, as Traced in his Poetry

489
Inaugural Address delivered by Right Rev. Dr. Moran before the
Ossory Archäological Society

141
Irish EcclesiasTICAL COLLEGES SINCE THE REFORMATION
Santiago

167, 196, 245, 290
Salamanca

353, 449,519, 553
Irish Massacre of 1641

89
Ireland's Offering to the Sacred Heart—Sermon delivered by Right
Rev. Dr. Conroy, on 31st May, 1874

509
Kalendarium Sanctorum Presbyterum

307
Karney, Dr. David, Archbishop of Cashel

531
Kinane, Rev. Thomas H., on Pilgrimage to Paray- y-le-Monial

186
Knox, Protestant Bishop of Killaloe

197
Lawndry, Father, of Santiago, Letter of

290
Liturgical Questions

182
Louise Lateau, some New Facts about

337
MacMahon, Marshal, President of the French Republic

276
Manning, Most Rev. Dr., on Ireland

1
Margaret of Austria to Pope Paul V., 1611

173
Margaret Mary Alacoque (Blessed) and the Sacred Heart

75
Martyrdom of Bishop O'Duvena and his Chaplain, 1612
Merode, Death of Cardinal

581
NOTICES OF BOOKS :-
Marchini's Divinitate et Canonicitate Sacrorum Bibliorum

186
Handbook of the Confraternity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

188
Dove of the Tabernacle

188
Rev. Robert O'Keeffe v. His Eminence Cardinal Cullen

431
Pleadings of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

439
Object of the Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus

189
Ollo, General, Commander-in-Chief of the Carlists

325
Origin of Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus..

63
Ossory Archeological Society
O'Sullivan Beare. of Bantry, and the College of Santiago

172
Pastoral Letter of the Archbishop and Bishops of the Province of
Westminster, 14th September, 1873

16
Persecution of the Church in Germany

270
Personal Character of Homer, as Traced in his Poetry

489
Pleadings of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

439
Question, regarding the Lenten Fast
Resolutions of the Irish Hierarchy on Catholic Education..

141

265

81
Salamanca, Irish Ecclesiastical College of

353, 449,519, 553
Santiago,

167, 196, 245, 290
Some New f'acts about 'Louise Laseau ..

337
Tarquini, Death of Cardinal

317
Theological Question-Ballerini and the Lenten Fast

265
True Report of the State of Ireland, 1611

196
Twenty-eighth Anniversary of the Coronation of Pius IX, --Sermon

preached by the Most Rev. Dr. Croke, Bishop of Auckland
Wadding, Father Luke (see Irish College of Salamanca)
White, Father Thomas (see Irish College of Salamanca)
Woodlock, Monsignor, to the Clergy of Ireland..

464
566
558
86

THE

IRISH

ECCLESIASTICAL RECORD.

OCTOBER, 1873.

THE ARCHBISHOP OF WESTMINSTER ON

IRELAND.

Letter from his Grace the Archbishop of Westminster to his

Grace the Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of all Ireland,

&c., &c. MY DEAR LORD PRIMATE,

I can say with truth, that among the disappointments which have befallen me in events of this kind, I can remember none greater than that of failing of my promise to be with you at the dedication of the Cathedral of Armagh.

When your Grace first invited me, I answered at once that I could refuse nothing to the successor of St. Patrick. Any such invitation from Ireland would come in his name; but an invitation from Armagh comes with his authority. It speaks from his own See as Metropolitan and Primate of Ireland.

I felt also, that your invitation was not only a personal and private kindness, but that it had a wider meaning. It was a bidding to me to come and to greet once more the Bishops of Ireland, among whom I spent so many happy hours during the Council of the Vatican. I may say still more : it was an invitation to the Catholic Church in England to come and join with the Catholic Church in Ireland, in a solemnity which bears witness to the indissoluble unity of the Faith. It seemed to me very fitting, and in these days very timely, and in every way very good and full of meaning, that the Primate of Ireland should have by his side a representative of the Catholic Church in England. I knew also from certain sources, that among the clergy and people of Ireland many kind hearts wished to give me a welcome.

Therefore, I do not think that I failed in any way to appre

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