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SCARCELY a month since, and we had made up our mind to bid adieu to our kind readers, and retire for ever from this field of our labours. It was not without a pang that after an acquaintance of nearly eight years' standing we came to this resolution. Of the cause which led to that determination, our friends, as well as others whom we hope we may yet rank amongst our subscribers, are already aware ; and our only object now, in alluding to the subjeet is to inform all whom it may concern, or who are in any way interested in the success of the “ CATHOLIC MAGAZINE,” that, encouraged by the good wishes of some persons, and cheered on by the approbation of others whom to know is to esteem—we have resolved to continue the publication. Its duration will, of course, depend upon circumstances, and upon the support which it may receive from the Catholic body,—to ensure which, the literary aid of some eminent Catholic writers has been promised, and in part secured. Emolument is not our object, and we shall be quite contented if, during our future career,—whether long or short,,our humble services shall be deemed of such importance by the friends of religion as to induce them to give it that support which is necessary for enlarging the sphere of its usefulness,—as an uncompromising Advocate of the Doctrine and Practices of THE ONE HOLY CATHOLIC AND APOSTOLIC CHURCH.
RICHARDS, PRINTER, ST. MARTIN'S LANE,
Anselm, Möhler's Life of Saint, 163.
Abbey Church of St. Bernard, Appeal in behalf of the, 379.
Affghanistan, Massacre of, 777.
Augustine, Homilies of Saint, 404, 419.
Ambrose, Homilies of Saint, 473,493, 650.
Association for the Propagation of the Faith, 510.
Annals of the Propagation of the Faith, 586.
Augustine, Exhortation of Saint, 720.
Bickersteth's, Rev. E., Fifth of November Sermon, 778.
Butler's Meditations and Discourses, 161.
Bede, Homily of the Venerable Saint, 422.
“ British Critic” and “ Quarterly Review,” The, 685, 764.
Circumcision, Festival of the, 35, 41.
Catholic Institute of Great Britain, 453.
Catholic, How is England to become, 49.
Catholics, Duty of, 65.
Catholics, Thoughts on their future Prospects and bearing, 129.
Church, Porch of the, 393, 457, 521, 597, 665, 729.
Chrysostom, Homilies of St. John, 469, 646.
Converts, Hints to, 359.
Connelly's, Mr., Address in the Cathedral of Baltimore, 607.
Ceur, Des Dames du Sacré, 695.
Dissenters, Duty of Evangelical, 13.
Döllinger, Enlargement of his History, 115.
Doctrinal, or Manual of the Young, the, 674.
Ecclesiastical Intelligence, 57, 126, 184, 246, 315, 386.
Edinburgh Catholic Guild of St. Joseph, 727, 770.
England, Venerable Paul of the Cross on the Conversion of, 287.
France, Probable Destiny of, 38.
Friars of Newstead and Washington Irving, 257.
French, Translation and Poems of Mr. Daniel, 294.
Gregory, Homily of Saint, 408.
Gregory, Homily of Pope Saint, 413, 749.
Guide to Truth, (the) 696.
Homilies, Extract from an Ancient Book of, 55.
Hackney, New Mission at, 576.
Hericus, the Monk of Auxerre, Note on, 475.
Hericus, the Monk of Auxerre, Homilies of, 476, 484, 634.
Homilies of St. Augustine, 404, 419.
Homily of St. Gregory, 408.
Homily of Pope St. Gregory, 413, 749.
Homilies of St. Bede the Venerable, 422, 561.
Homilies of St. Ambrose, 471, 493, 650.
Homily of St. Jerome, 465.
Homily of St. John Chrysostoin, 469, 646.
Homily of Origen, 653.
Homily of an uncertain Author, 639.
Homily of St. Leo, 722.
Homily of St. Maximus, 753.
Howard, Letter from the Rev. Dr. Lingard to Mr. P., 429.
Irving, Washington, and the Friars of Newstead, 257
Institutions for the Relief of those suffering under Incurable Diseases, 535.
Jerusalem, New Bishopric of, 288.
“ John Bull” Newspaper, 519.
Jerome, Homily of Saint, 465.
Lille, Institution for the Deaf and Dumb at, 182.
“ Laudate Pueri Dominum” (Review of), 299.
Lingard, Letter on the Alleged Suppression of the Second Commandment, by
the Rev. Dr., 429.
Liguori, St. Alphonso, Sermons of, 703.
Leo, Homily of Saint, 722.
Möhler's Life of St. Anselin, 163.
Mercy, Convent of Sisters of, 351, 451.
Magnus, Preface to Life of Gerardus, 431.
Magnus, Life of Gerardus, 434, 500, 549, 658.
Manual of the Little Ones, 739.
Maximus, St., Homily of, 753.
Novalis, Christendom of, 193, 307, 345.
News for the Reformation Society, 367.
Novices, Dialogue of the, 618.
Overberg, Life of Bernard, 20, 87, 138, 204, 274, 329.
Oxford Movement, Letter on the, 463.
Oxford, Bishop and the Tractarians, 369.
Origen, Homily of, 653.
Oswald, Father, (Review of), 713, 756.
Pugin's Contrasts, 48.
Poetry:—The Festival of the Circumcision, 35; Dies Iræ, 50; The Wounds
of Love, 86; Dies Iræ, 111; Hymn of all Monks, 112; German Hymn,
152; Greek version of the “ Lauda Sion, ;" The Evening Sacrifice, 231;
Lines on the “Soliloquium Animæ” of the B. Thomas à Kempis, 315 ;
Hymn from the German, 355, Laus Mariæ, 368; Ad Galli Cantum, 401;
The Soul's Rest, 427; Glory is Vain, 471; God and Mammon, 499 ; “Sal-
vete Flores Martyrum,” 534; The Voice of All, 548; Lines suggested by
a passage in the “Meditations, commonly called “ of St. Augustine,” 560;
Sonnet addressed to the Right Honourable Lady P., In Te Domine Speravi;
The Birth, or, Christmas Midnight, 796.
Palmer, Deacon, Abjuration of Protestantism, 55.
Puseyite Schism, 222.
Pusey, Dr., Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury, 232.
Pastorals, Thoughts on the Lenten, 224.
Paul, Venerable, on the Conversion of England, 287.
Parish Priest and his Parishioners, 296.
Protestant's Opinion of the Breviary, 306.
Prayer and Prayerbooks, 771.
Porch of the Church, 393, 457, 521, 597, 665, 729.
Quarterly Review, and British Critic, The, 685, 764.
Review, The Eclectic, 13.
Rationalism, Short Account of German, 74.
Ratisbonne, Conversion of M. 577.
Readers, Notice to, 784.
Reception of Sisters of Mercy, 726.
Sibthorp, Rev. Mr., Answer to his Inqnirers, 116.
Sibthorp, Rev. Mr. and his Opponents, 177.
Sayings, Protestant, 174.
Situations of Imminent Peril, 269.
Society, News for the Reformation, 367.
Schools, Report of St. Patricks's Charity, 454.
Saffron Hill, New Catholic Mission at, 518.
Shrewsbury, Letter of the Earl of, 776.
St. Alphonso Liguori's Sermons, Review of, 703.
Sisters of Mercy, Reception of, 726.
Thaulerus, Notice of the Life and Writings of Johannes, 164.
Tractarians, the Bishop of Oxford and the, 369.
Truth, the Guide to, 696.
Ullathorne, Review of Sermons of the Rev. Dr., 442.
Veith's Words of the Enemies of Christ, 45.
Wackerbarth's Egyptian Bondage, 155.
Lyra Ecclesiastica, 448.
Year, The Past, 1.