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Page 105 - For whether we live, we live unto the Lord; or whether we die, we die unto the Lord: whether we live therefore, or die, we are the Lord's.
Page 297 - The author treats his subject with a thorough system, and a competent knowledge. It is a book of singular attractiveness and considerable merit." — Church Herald. " Fr. Philpin's very interesting book appears most opportunely, and at a time when pilgrimages have been revived." — Dublin Review. The Consoler; or, Pious Readings addressed to the Sick and to all who are afflicted. By the Rev. PJ Lambilotte, SJ. Translated by the Right Rev. Abbot Burder, O. Cist. Fcp. 8vo. 4s. 6d., red edges, 5s.
Page 3 - Our fathers, chained in prisons dark, were still in heart and conscience free: how sweet would be their children's fate, if they, like them, could die for thee! Faith of our fathers!
Page 298 - Most useful of meditations." — Catholic Opinion. Heaven Opened by the Practice of Frequent Confession and Communion. By the Abbe" Favre. Translated from the French, carefully revised by a Father of the Society of Jesus. Third Edition. Fcap. 8vo. 3s. 6d. ; red edges, 4s. Cheap edit. 2s. " ' " This beautiful little book of devotion. We may recommend it to'the clergy as well as to the laity.
Page 302 - Dr. Pusey's Eirenicon considered in Relation to Catholic Unity. By HN Oxenham. 2s. 6d. Familiar Instructions on Christian Truths. By a Priest. No. i, Detraction. 4d. No. 2, The Dignity of the Priesthood. 3d. No. 3, Necessity of hearing the Word of God. Why it produces no fruit, and how to be heard.
Page 306 - Descriptive Guide to the Mass. By the Rev. Dr. Laing. is. ; extra cloth, is. 6d. "An attempt to exhibit the structure of the Mass. The logical relation of parts is ingeniously effected by an elaborate employment of differences of type, so that the classification, down to the minutest subdivision, may at once be caught by the eye.
Page 300 - It has an Introduction by JHN, and bears the Imprimatur of the Archbishop of Westminster. We need say no more in its praise." — Tablet. ' ' A most beautiful little book." — Catholic Opinion. '
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