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" She gave me another piece of information which .-^' excited other feelings in me, scarcely less dreadful. Infants were sometimes born in the convent : but they were always baptized and immediately strangled ! This secured their everlasting happiness... "
Awful Disclosures - Page 49
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
...scarcely less dreadful. Infants were sometimes born in the convent : but they were always baptised and immediately strangled! This secured their everlasting...do any thing wrong, they were at once admitted into henven. How happy, she exclaimed, are those who secure immortal happiness to such little beings ! Their...
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The Church of England quarterly review

Religion - 1838
...convent, they were always baptized and immediately strangled ! This, piously remarked the Superior, secured their everlasting happiness; for the baptism...sent out of the world before they had time to do any wrong, they were at once admitted into heaven. When the heroine of our dreadful tale arrived at the...
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Lectures on the Present Position of Catholics in England: Addressed to the ...

John Henry Newman - Anti-Catholicism - 1851 - 388 pages
...again. There was no calling evil good, and good evil. Let her continue her revelations: " She also gave me another piece of information, which excited...exclaimed, are those who secure immortal happiness for such little beings ! Their little souls would thank those who killed their bodies, if they had...
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Lectures on the present position of Catholics in England. [wanting pp. 121-168].

John Henry Newman (card.) - 1851
...again. There was no calling evil good, and good evil. Let her continue her revelations: " She also gave me another piece of information, which excited...exclaimed, are those who secure immortal happiness for such little beings ! Their little souls would thank those who killed their bodies, if they had...
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Lectures on the present position of Catholics in England

John Henry Newman (card.) - 1857
...purified them from all sinfulness, and being sent out of the world before they had time to do anything wrong, they were at once admitted into heaven. How...exclaimed, are those who secure immortal happiness for such little beings! Their little souls would thank those who killed their bodies, if they had it...
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The shade of Byron: a mock heroic poem

1871
...purified them from all sinfulness, and being sent out of the world before they had time to do anything wrong, they were at once admitted into Heaven. ' How...kill their bodies, if they had it in their power.' " Awful Ditclotures, chap vi. page 28. 100 And grinuiug at his thought of " Monk outwitted ;" Thus...
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Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk: As Exhibited in a Narrative of Her ...

Maria Monk, Hoyte - Anti-Catholicism - 1878 - 188 pages
...strangled. This secured their everlasting happiness ; for the baptism purifies them from all sinf ulness, and being sent out of the world before they had time to do anything wrong, they were at once admitted into heaven." How happy," she exclaimed, " are those who...
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Why Priests Should Wed

Justin Dewey Fulton - Celibacy - 1888 - 339 pages
...other feelings in me, scarcely less dreadful. Infants were sometimes born in the convent; but they were baptized, and immediately strangled. This secured...kill their bodies if they had it in their power.' " ' This book was printed in 1836. It was pronounced untrue in fact and in detail. It was in the air...
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Lectures on the present position of Catholics in England: addressed to the ...

John Henry Newman - 1892 - 416 pages
...scarcely less dreadful. Infants were sometimes born in the convent, but they were always baptised, and immediately strangled. This secured their everlasting...being sent out of the world before they had time to do anything wrong, they were at once admitted into heaven. How happy, she exclaimed, are those who secure...
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The Satanism Scare

James T. Richardson, Joel Best, David G. Bromley - Social Science - 320 pages
Although there is growing concern over Satanism as a threat to American life, the topic has received surprisingly little serious attention. Recognizing this, the editors of ...
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