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" The appearance of sanctity and heavenly mindedness which they had shown among us novices, I found was only a disguise to conceal such practices as would not be tolerated in any decent society in the world; and as... "
Awful Disclosures - Page 151
by Maria Monk, Theodore Dwight, John Jay Slocum, William K. Hoyte - 1836 - 376 pages
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Awful disclosures of Maria Monk, a narrative of her sufferings in the Hotel ...

Maria Monk - 1837
...Tabeau, a Roman priest, was on one of his holy retreats about the time when I left the nuunery. There arc sometimes a number confined there at the same time....as for peace and joy like that of heaven, which I bad expected to find among them, I learnt too well that they did not exist there. The only way in which...
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Monastic Institutions: Their Origin, Progress, Nature and Tendency

Samuel Phillips Day - 1844
...pretended. The appearance of sanctity and heavenly-mindedness which they had shown amongst us novices, 1 found was only a disguise to conceal such practices...and joy like that of heaven, which I had expected to rind among them, I learned too well that they did not exist here"\ We shall now allude to the declaration...
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Auricular Confession and Popish Nunneries

William Hogan - Anti-Catholicism - 1847 - 211 pages
...was merely pretended. The appearance of sanctity and heavenlymindedness which they had shown amongst us novices, I found was only a disguise to conceal...heaven, which I had expected to find among them, I learned too well that they did not exist here." Sequel to the awful disclosures of Maria Monk,...
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Lectures on the present position of Catholics in England. [wanting pp. 121-168].

John Henry Newman (card.) - 1851
...such practices as would not be tolerated in any decent society in the world; and, as for joy and peace like that of heaven, which I had expected to find among them, I learned too well that they did not exist there 7 . Again, speaking of a picture of the infernal pit,...
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Lectures on the Present Position of Catholics in England: Addressed to the ...

John Henry Newman - Anti-Catholicism - 1851 - 388 pages
...such practices as would not be tolerated in any decent society in the world; and, as for joy and peace like that of heaven, which I had expected to find among them, I learned too well that they did not exist there'. Again, speaking of a picture of the infernal pit,...
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Monastic Institutions: Their Origin, Progress, Nature and Tendency

Samuel Phillips Day - Monasticism and religious orders - 1855 - 295 pages
...found was only a difguife to conceal fuch practices as would not be tolerated in any decent fociety in the world ; and as for peace and joy like that...heaven, which I had expected to find among them, I learned too well that they did not exift here."* I fhall now allude to the declaration drawn up and...
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Monastic Institutions: Their Origin, Progress, Nature and Tendency

Samuel Phillips Day - Monasticism and religious orders - 1855 - 295 pages
...found was only a difguife to conceal fuch practices as would not be tolerated in any decent fociety in the world ; and as for peace and joy like that of heaven, Inter opp. Grotii. Theol. torn. iii. p. 608. which I had expedted to find among them, I learned too...
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Monastic institutions: their origin, progress, nature and tendency

Samuel Phillips Day - 1855
...found was only a difguife to conceal fuch practices as would not be tolerated in any decent fociety in the world ; and as for peace and joy like that of heaven, * Inter opp. Grotii. Theol. torn. iii. p. 608. which I had expected to find among them, I learned too...
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Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk: As Exhibited in a Narrative of Her ...

Maria Monk, Hoyte - Anti-Catholicism - 1878 - 188 pages
...as would not be tolerated in any decent society in the world ; and as for joy and peace like those of heaven, which I had expected to find among them,...Superior and priests, to regard every doubt as a mortal sia Other faults we might have, as we were told over and over again, which, though worthy of penances,...
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