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RELIGION, EDUCATION, GENERAL LITERATURE,

SCIENCE, &c., &c

[BY EPISCOPAL AUTHORITY, AND UNDER THE INVOCATION OF

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL.]

PART I.

OCTOBER, 1852.

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IMPORTANT TO THE CLERGY.

A CATHOLIC JOURNAL

DEVOTED TO RELIGION, EDUCATION, GENERAL LITERATURE, SCIENCE,

&c., &c.

[By Episcopal Authority, and under the Invocation of St. Vincent de Paul.]

No. 1.]

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1852.

[PRICE ONE PENNY.

INFIDEL AND UNCHRISTIAN After passing in review what he is pleased PUBLICATIONS.

to denominate infidel productions, the rev.

worthy, with unblushing brow, classes “The Christian Spectator," for June, Catholic literature under the head of un1852, contains a report of the proceedings christian publications, making our periodiat the annual meeting of “ The Religious cals a fitting tail-piece to the body of Tract Society, held in Exeter Hall, some

atheistical, deistical, and pantheistical teach

ing, which circulates with deadly effect days prior to the publication. As nothing through every grade of Protestant Society. could be better suited to our purposes in We thank the defamer for the compliment the commencement of our labours, we ex- thus paid us, and shall not be backward in tract the following details given by a Presevincing our gratitude-we are not ignorant

of his antecedents. He was the able byterian minister, the Rev. John Weir, of and lucid expounder of certain doctrines River Terrace, London,—the statistics thus in Townsend-street Presbyterian Meeting furnished, combined with the spirit which House, Belfast, and as we feel an interest animated the Rev. speaker, present sufficient in all that concerns that rising town, we

shall bear in kind remembrance the double arguments, if such were necessary, to prove successor of Thrill of horror, Wilson,” and that the great enemy of man is ever active, when the season fits, revert to the obligations ever anxious, ever unrelenting, in his en- under which his modesty and veracity have deavours to lure souls to perdition, to wile placed the Catholics of Great Britain and

Ireland. In the mean, time we beg to draw away the simple-minded from the paths of

the atte ion of our lers to his statevirtue and true religion. When our readers ments in Exeter Hall. According to the have perused these extracts, we feel assured reporters, those nimble mercuries of the • they will agree with us that no better stimu- press, he sayslus could be offered to the Catholic people becoming a member of the Committee, I thought I

“Having had the prospect for a short time past of of Great Britain and Ireland, and particu- would employ some of my leisure hours in endeavourlarly to the zealous brotherhood of St. ing to ascertain, as far as I could, what was the circu

lation of these publications which we would regard as Vincent de Paul, to spur them forward to antagonistic to the Religious Tract Society, and I increased exertion in the cause of charity, will give you, briefly, a few facts, discovered in my

investigations

The Tract Society circulathan the statements of the Tract Society so ted in 1846, seventeen millions and a half of publicapompously trumpeted forth to the world, tions. The issue of Bibles

by the British and Foreign

and Trinitarian Bible Societies in England and through the splenetic spirit and unguarded Scotland, together with about seventy penny and lips of the Rev. John Weir.

monthly magazines, was about six millions and a half

Total, twenty-four millions. Whereas We are, alas, not unaccustomed to the it appeared, that of the licentious, demoralizing, and unchristian revilings of our bitter opponents Sabbath-profaning, newspapers and periodicals, there

was a total circulation of (no less than) 28,862,000" !!! of all sects. We have frequently become

What an awful statement this is for the disgusted, even to loathing, at the self- contemplation of Catholics who feel the truth laudation and assumed sanctity of men no- of their religion, and whose charity would wise superior to the generality of their extend its softeninginfluence to every human neighbours in point of morality or religion; heart, whose zeal will teach them to deplore but the cool audacity of the minister of River the assaults thus wickedly, and knowingly, Terrace, London, in his assumptions, not and wantonly made upon the faith and praconly repels nausea but evokes indignation. tice of the Church of Christ; for it must be

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