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Whithe Goest Thou? Or, was Father Mathew
Right? Notes on Intemperance, Scientific and Moral. By the Rev. J. C. MacERLAIN. Crown 8vo, 100 pp.; cl. 35. 6d. Popular Edition, 6d. Paper boards, Is. net.
Occasional Papers. By His Eminence Cardinal MORAN, Archbishop of Sydney. Crown 8vo, 206 pp.,
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1. The Church and Social Progress. 2. The Emperor Julian the Apostate. 3. The Destiny of Christian Rome. 4. The Civilization of Ireland before the Norman Conquest. 5. Joan of Arc. 6. The St. Bartholomew Massacre. 7. Catholics and Irishmen. 8. Religion in Education. 9. Ireland and Australia. 10. The Fruits of Self-culture.
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Bertha De Mornay, Sister of Charity. Her Life and
Writings. With Preface by NATALIS DE WAILLY,
The Angel of Mercy. A Panegyric of Mother M.
Catherine M'Auley, Foundress of the Order of Mercy.
Pius X. and the Apostolic
Apostolic Union of Secular Priests. By the Rev. JAMES BUSHER, M.S.S. Demy 8vo, id.
The Vatican Edition of Plain Chant.
A Critical Study by the Rev. H. BEWERUNGE, Maynooth College. Demy 8vo, 3d.
The Dawn of the Century. By the Very Rev.
P. A, Canon SHEEHAN, D.D., Author of “ Under the
The Cistercian Order. Historical Sketches, trans
lated from the German of Dr. L. JANAUSCHECK, Cisterican Monk in the Convent of Zwettl, Lower Austria ; Emeritus Professor of Theology. IS.
This is a short history of the foundation and growth of the Cistercian Order, and of its various branches. The state of the entire Order is given, and its members who have been famous for piety and learning, the monasteries that have been renowned as educational or religious centres, or for their architecture, and the principal literary works of Cistercians (including the bibliography of the Order), are enumerated.
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With the January Number, 1906, the IRISH ECCLESIASTICAL
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