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  2. ACTA POPULI

    A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ! That is nob a remarkably original wish bub just; at present it is the very best I have on hand. Unfortunately, too, it requires some little ...

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  3. FAIR AT ST. PETER'S

    THE Fancy Fair at St. Peter's, Surry Hills, in aid of the parochial funds, which was succeesfully opened on Saturday, will be continued next week, The display is an attractive one, and popular ...

    Article : 42 words
  4. CATHOLIC.

    It cannot fail to be a gratification to thousands throughout the colony to know that the Cardinal-Archbishop will enjoy his Christinas in good health. This week his Eminence has benefited ...

    Article : 91 words
  5. THE PASSIONISTS.

    Fathers Coleman and Seraphin, C.P., have gone to Cobart to take charge of the Passionist Mission at Newtown and Glenorchy. ...

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  6. CHRISTMAS IN THE CHURCHES.

    At the Cathedral there will be the usual early Masees and the Grand High Mats at 11 o'clock, the Cardinal-Archbishop presiding and Monsigner Verdon preaching. Mr. J. A. Delany's First Mass ...

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  7. DEATH OF BISHOP LANIGAN'S BROTHER

    From the Irish Catholic (Dublin), Nov, 18 which came to hand on Tuesday, we take the following :- Death of Mr. Michael Lanigan, Lisdaleen, Co ...

    Article : 358 words
  8. THE CARDINAL'S PRIZES.

    THERE will be excitement at St. Mary's this (Thursday) afternoon, when the results of the Diocesan primary schools competition are to be publicly announced. This year the ceremony of ...

    Article : 56 words
  9. A YOUNG SYDNEY PRIEST.

    THIS week Fr. Mathew O'Sullivan, S.M., celebrated his first mass, in Sydney, at St. Patiick's The young priest, who was lately laimed in New Zealand, was born and educated in St. ...

    Article : 87 words
  10. ST. PETER'S, SURRY HILLS.

    ON Sunday morning too the Rev. Fr. Furlong of St. Bede's Church, Pyrmont, announced from the pulpit of St. Peter's Surry Hills, that be had been offered by the authorities the position of their ...

    Article : 221 words
  11. A PRIEST'S SCIENCES LECTURES

    THE Rev. J. Milne-Curran in on a visit to the Northern Rivers in the Techaological Department, the antimony deposits of the Nambucca receiving special attention. None of ...

    Article : 67 words
  12. HIS LORDSHIP OF HOBART.

    Ballarat has given Hobart a, Coadjutor-Bishop in the Eight Sev. Dr. Patrick Delaney, whose ecclesiastical title is Bishop of Laranda. In accordance with his own wishes and with the ...

    Article : 438 words
  13. A VETERAN IRISH PATRIOT

    OUR Dublin correspondent, Nov. 18, writes :— The veteran Irish patriot, Richard Labor, ex-M.P. for the Queen's Country, has just passed away to the majority after a long illnes. He was ...

    Article : 327 words
  14. ST. MARY'S, NORTH SYDNEY.

    A SOLEMN reception of 177 members of the Men's Sodality of the Blessed Virgin took place in the above church on last Sunday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. The Right Rev. Monsignor O'Brien, who ...

    Article : 426 words
  15. SPECIAL NOTICE

    WE beg to notify to our Subscribers Shaft all arrears due to this office must be settled up for the year 1893 before the end of this month ; and, as there are multitudes of ...

    Article : 200 words
  16. ORDINATIONS IN NEW ZEALAND.

    The New Zealand CATHOLIC TIMES gives the details of the recent ordinations at Christchurch. His Lordship the Right Rev. Dr. Grimes, Bishop of Christchurch, ordained five priests and two ...

    Article : 321 words
  17. THE CATHOLIC GOVERNOR OF HOBART.

    THE annual prize-giving of the Superior School at the Presentation Convent, Hobert was held last Thursday, Lord and Lady Goramanston being present, also the Mayor (Mr. Alderman John ...

    Article : 229 words
  18. THE BROTHERS OF ST. PATRICK

    ON Thursday (says a Dublin paper, November 18) seven of the Brothers of St. Patrick, and two young men who volunteered to accompany the Brothers to India, passed through Dublin on ...

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