The Catholic Church in the United States of America: Undertaken to Celebrate the Golden Jubilee of His Holiness, Pope Pius X.  (Google eBook)

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Catholic editing Company, 1914
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Page xxiv - Amen I say to you, as long as you did it to one of these my least brethren, you did it to me.
Page 461 - December, who views with pleasure the public benefit resulting from the benevolent endeavors of the respectable persons in whose behalf it is written. Be assured that no opportunity will be neglected of manifesting the real interest he takes in promoting the means of affording to the youth of this...
Page 462 - The principles of the Constitution and Government of the United States are a sure guaranty to you that it will be preserved to you sacred and inviolate, and that your Institution will be permitted to govern itself according to its own voluntary rules, without interference from the civil authority. Whatever diversity of shade...
Page 461 - ... be neglected of manifesting the real interest he takes in promoting the means of affording to the youth of this new portion of the American dominion a pious and useful education, and of evincing the grateful sentiments due to those of all religious persuasions who so laudably devote themselves in its diffusion. It was under the influence of such feelings that Governor...
Page 462 - Whatever diversity of shade may appear in the religious opinions of our fellow-citizens, the charitable objects of your institution cannot be indifferent to any ; and its furtherance of the wholesome purposes of society by training up its young members in the way they should go cannot fail to insure it the patronage of the Government it is under. Be assured it will meet with all the protection my office can give it.
Page 155 - TRUST IN GOD AND DO THE RIGHT. 97 TRUST IN GOD AND DO THE RIGHT. COURAGE, brother, do not stumble, ^-' Though thy path be dark as night ; There's a star to guide the humble ; " Trust in God and do the right.
Page 208 - I say unto you, inasmuch as ye have done it to the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.
Page 462 - I have received, Holy Sisters, the letters you have written to me, wherein you express anxiety for the property vested in your institution by the former government of Louisiana. The principles of the Constitution and Government of the United States are a sure guarantee...
Page 174 - ... this country needs, abound in the Catholic church ; and as I feel assured that your representation would be all influential, I make an appeal, and offer an invitation through you, to sisters of charity of your church, to come to the help of the sick of this country; and I doubt not I may proffer to them in advance the profound obligation and gracious recognition of Their Majesties, the thanks of His Majesty's government, and the blessings of the Hawaiian people.
Page 60 - April, 1863, an act of incorporation was secured for the institution, under the title of the "society for the protection of destitute Roman catholic children in the city of New York.

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