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Ut Christiani ita et Romani sitis."
Ex Dictis S. Patricii, Book of Armagh, fol. 9.
AND 4, LOWER ORMOND-QUAY.
+ PAULUS CARDINALIS CULLEN,
Die 1° Octobris, 1873.
Reply (and Translation) of His Holiness
The Irish Bishops to His Holiness the Pope, 22nd Jan., 1873,
Indulgences granted to the Apostleship of Prayer
Referring to a Triduum of Public Prayers, August, 1873
Address to Catholic Hierarchy from Generals of Religious Orders
15, 78, 187, 272, 430
Dissertation I.-On the Day of the Last Supper
Devotion to the Sacred Heart
· 334, 380, 418
· 334, 380, 418
IRISH COLLEGES SINCE THE REFORMATION. THE two interesting notices which have appeared on the Irish Colleges abroad make us conscious of the great blanks in our ecclesiastical history, and make us feel the keenest regret at not knowing something more concerning the men, who, like Stapleton and Carney, served their Church and country in those colleges. Many of them who exercised great influence for good in their generation, and worked with zeal for the welfare of fatherland, dropped into such oblivion that even their names have remained unknown for more than two hundred years. One of these was “the very venerable Father James O'Carney," of the Society of Jesus. ' Although he cannot well be identified with the Father James Carney mentioned in the July RECORD,' he was intimately connected with the Irish College of Salamanca, and, consequently, deserves a passing notice in our sketches of the Irish Colleges of the Continent.
F. Redan or Reade, S.J., in the preface to his Commentary on the Machabees, gives the following account of this distinguished Irishman
“I had made up my mind to reject all the favourable judgments of my friends on this Commentary. It is quite clear from the many encomiastic judgments prefixed by other writers to their works, that such things are not so much proofs of the merit of the books as pledges of friendship or marks of fulsome flattery. However, I have made an exception in favour of one anagram, on account of the most singular virtue of its author, whose name is worthy of everlasting remembrance. “It was discovered without my knowledge among the papers
1 See Record, No. xciv., p. 469—Article by W. MÓD.