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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.

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. 114.6.33

9

Imprimatur,

+ PAULUS CARDINALIS CULLEN, ALPHABETICAL INDEX.

3rtbiepiscopus Dublinensis.

Die 1° Octobris, 1873.

389

428

508

388

PAGE

Alphonsus de Liguori, St., Vindication of the Moral Doctrine of 334, 380, 418

Ancient Philosophy; or, the Enchiridion of Epictetus

Apostleship of Prayer, Indulgences granted to the

A Visit to the Hamlet of Bois d'Haine in the Summer of 1872

65

A Word on Communism

547

Ballerini, Father, S.J., on Moral Theology

521

Blaitmaic, Saint, of Iona, Martyr

502

Bull of Pope Adrian the Fourth

49

Burke, Edmund : His Life and Times

97, 145

Camin, St., of Inisceltra, On a Manuscript written by

241

Catholicity and Protestantism, the Future of

23

Church History, Notes from

471

Church, The, and "Modern Thought”

494, 533

Clerical Friends, My

437

Conferences in the Prison at York with F. Walpole, S.J.

399

Darwinism—“The Descent of Man"

337

Decrees of the Councils of Trent and of the Vatican on the Holy

Scriptures

Devotion to the Sacred Heart

DOCUMENTS :-

Letter of the Cardinal Archbishop of Dublin to His Holiness

43

Reply (and Translation) of His Holiness

44, 45

Letter of Cardinal Antonelli to Monsignor Kirby ::

Ex Secretaria Brevium

Decree of the S. Congregation of the Index, 23rd Sept., 1872 ..

94

Pastoral Address of the Archbishops and Bishops to the Clergy

and People of the Catholic Church in Ireland, A.D. 1832..

142

Allocution of His Holiness, Dec. 23, 1872

233

The White Scapular of the Sacred Heart ..

237

Acta Sanctae Sedis

Decretum S. Congregationis de Propaganda Fide, Feb. 5, 1873

240

The Irish Bishops to His Holiness the Pope, 22nd Jan., 1873,
and Reply of His Holiness

278, 282
The Irish Bishops to the Bishops of the German Empire, and
Reply of the Archbishop of Cologne

283, 287

Sanctissimi in Christo Patris et Domini Nostri Domini Pii Divina

Providentia Papae IX., &c., Sept., 1872

Indulgences granted to the Apostleship of Prayer

Magna supplicia a Persecutoribus aliquot Catholicorum in Hiber.

nia sumpta

430

Referring to a Triduum of Public Prayers, August, 1873

482

Allocution of His Holiness, 25th July, 1873

531

Address to Catholic Hierarchy from Generals of Religious Orders
DÖLLINGER, DR., AND THE DOGMA OF INFALLIBILITY :-
The Vatican Council

6, 72
Dr. Döllinger's Five Theses

130, 167

Conclusion

362

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323
368
378
445
485
550
428

PAGE
Dove of the Tabernacle

333
Edmund Burke: His Life and Times

97, 145
Epictetus

389
FitzSimon, Father Henry

15, 78, 187, 272, 430
Future of Protestantism and Catholicity

23
German Empire and the Irish Bishops ..

283
HARMONY OF THE PASSION :-
Introduction

319
§ 1. Conspiracy of the Chief Priests
$ 2. The Supper in Bethania
$ 3. Compact of Judas

Dissertation I.-On the Day of the Last Supper
Higher, or University Education in Ireland
Holycross Abbey
Indulgences granted to the Apostleship of Prayer
Iona, St. Blaitmaic of

502
Irish ECCLESIASTICAL COLLEGES SINCE THE REFORMATION :-
Salamanca

I, 137
Seville

208
Douay

261
Madrid

544
Alcala de Henares

545
Irish Massacre of 1641

289
Letter of Father Ballerini to the Editor of the Univers

521
Life and Times of Edmund Burke

97, 145
Liturgical Questions

427
LOUISE LATEAU :-
Part I.-A Visit to the Hamlet of Bois d'Haine in the Sum-
mer of 1872

65
Part II.--Her Life and its Wonders

115
Part III.— Impossibility of Fraud

176
Moral Theology, by Father Ballerini, S.J.

521
Munchin, St., Patron of Limerick City and Diocese

569
My Clerical Friends

437
Notes from Church History

471
NOTICES OF BOOKS :-

Devotion to the Sacred Heart
Dove of the Tabernacle

333
Vindiciae Alphonsianae ..

· 334, 380, 418
On a Manuscript written by St. Camin of Inisceltra

241
Pastoral Letter of Archbishops and Bishops of Ireland, Jan., 1873

193
Prerogatives of the Roman Pontiff

464
Protestantism and Catholicity, Future of

23
Question of Higher, or University Education in Ireland

485
Questions concerning the Missa pro Populo

427
Rider, John, D.D., Protestant Bishop of Killaloe

222, 247
Saint Blaitmaic, of Iona, Martyr

502
Salamanca, Irish Ecclesiastical College of

I, 137
Seville,

208
State Papers," Public Record Office

399, 414
Swiss Church, The ..

479
Triduum of Public Prayers, August, 1873

482
Two Conferences in the Prison at York with Father Walpole, s.j.

399
University, or Higher Education in Ireland
Vatican, Decrees of Council of, on the Holy Scriptures
Vindiciae Alphonsianae

· 334, 380, 418
What Protestantism has done for Reason

471
White Scapular of the Sacred Heart

237

388

485
508

THE IRISH

ECCLESIASTICAL RECORD

OCTOBER, 1872.

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.

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