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Substance of a sermon preached in St. Patrick's Church, Pittsburgh, Pa., on Sunday the 11th of November, 1832, the twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost

Auteur: Francis Patrick KenrickJohn HughesJohn McCaffreyGeorge SpencerSiret.Alle auteurs
Uitgever: Pittsburgh : Conway & Phillips, 1832.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Genre/Vorm: Sermons
Biography
Apologetic works
Genoemd persoon: Simon William Gabriel Bruté de Rémur; Charles Carroll; Henry U Onderdonk; Mary Stuart, Mrs.; John Poynder
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Francis Patrick Kenrick; John Hughes; John McCaffrey; George Spencer; Siret.; John Bremner; Catholic Layman.; Daniel Murray; Omega, pseud.; Omikron, pseud.; Gideon Blackburn; Mount Saint Mary's College (Emmetsburg, Md.). Academus Society.; Poynder, John,; Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick,
OCLC-nummer: 62497783
Beschrijving: 12 p. ; 20 cm.
Inhoud: A sermon preached in the church of St. Augustine, in Philadelphia, on the 31st of May, 1829, at the solemn, religious thanksgiving to almighty God for the emancipation of the Catholics of Great Britain and Ireland / by the Rev. John Hughes. Philadelphia : Garden & Thompson, 1829. --
Discourse on the Right Reverend Simon Gabriel Brut-e, D.D., Bishop of Vincennes : pronounced in Mt. St. Mary's Church, August 19th, 1839, on the occasion of a solemn service for the repose of his soul / by John McCaffrey. Emmitsburg : M'Clean, Duphorn and Troxel, 1839. --
The politics of Catholics proved loyal : a sermon preached at the laying the first stone of the Catholic church of St. Mary, Derby, on June 28, 1838, the day of her Majesty's coronation. / by the Hon. and Rev. George Spencer. Birmingham : R. P. Stone and Son, 1839. --
Eulogy on Charles Carroll of Carrolton : delivered before the Academus Society of Mt. St. Mary's College, December 20th, 1832 / Rev. John McCaffrey, A. M. Battimore [sic] : William R. Lucas, 1832. --
Panégyrique de St. Patrice, apôtre de l'Irlande, prononcé, le jour de sa fête, 16 Avril 1806. (*) dans l'eglise du Collége Irlandais, etc. a Paris / par M. Siret. Paris : chez Egron, 1806. --
A review of the charge delivered May 22, 1833, by the Right Rev. Bishop Onderdonk, on the rule of faith / by the Rev. John Hughes. Philadelphia : M. Fithian, 1833. --
The first of a series of pamphlets addressed to the members of the established Church of Scotland, residing in Paisley / by the Rev. John Bremner. Paisley : Caldwell and Son, 1836. --
A letter to the Rev. Mr Gibson, with remarks on his letter the the Right Reverend Dr Murdoch, published in the Church of Scotland Magazine, August 1st, 1836 / by a Catholic Layman. Glasgow : Dennis Kennedy, 1836. --
An examination of the Protestant's reasons for the independence of the ancient British church extracted from the Protestant & Papist's manual. Poulton : J. Thomson, 1815. --
A pastoral address to the Catholic clergy & laity of the Diocess of Dublin : announcing the miraculous cure of Mrs. Mary Stuart, a religieuse of the Convent of St. Joseph, Ranelagh / by Daniel Murray. Dublin : Richard Coyne, 1823. --
Letters to John Poynder, Esq., upon his work entitled "Popery in alliance with heathenism" / by Nicholas Wiseman. Philadelphia : M. Fithian, 1836. --
The letters of Omega and Omicron on transubstantiation: or, two "unanswerable" letters written by a Pr. minister "Eulogized" in twenty one / by the Rev. Francis P. Kenrick. Louisville : W. W. Worsley, 1828.
Andere titels: Sermon preached in the church of St. Augustine, in Philadelphia, on the 31st of May, 1829, at the solemn, religious thanksgiving to almighty God for the emancipation of the Catholics of Great Britain and Ireland.
Discourse on the Right Reverend Simon Gabriel Brut-e, D.D., Bishop of Vincennes : pronounced in Mt. St. Mary's Church, August 19th, 1839, on the occasion of a solemn service for the repose of his soul.
Politics of Catholics proved loyal : a sermon preached at the laying the first stone of the Catholic church of St. Mary, Derby, on June 28, 1838, the day of her Majesty's coronation.
Eulogy on Charles Carroll of Carrolton : delivered before the Academus Society of Mt. St. Mary's College, December 20th, 1832.
Panégyrique de St. Patrice, apôtre de l'Irlande, prononcé, le jour de sa fête, 16 Avril 1806. (*) dans l'eglise du Collége Irlandais, etc. a Paris.
Review of the charge delivered May 22, 1833, by the Right Rev. Bishop Onderdonk, on the rule of faith.
First of a series of pamphlets addressed to the members of the established Church of Scotland, residing in Paisley.
Letter to the Rev. Mr Gibson, with remarks on his letter the the Right Reverend Dr Murdoch, published in the Church of Scotland Magazine, August 1st, 1836.
Examination of the Protestant's reasons for the independence of the ancient British church extracted from the Protestant & Papist's manual.
Pastoral address to the Catholic clergy & laity of the Diocess of Dublin : announcing the miraculous cure of Mrs. Mary Stuart, a religieuse of the Convent of St. Joseph, Ranelagh.
Letters to John Poynder, Esq., upon his work entitled "Popery in alliance with heathenism".
Letters of Omega and Omicron on transubstantiation: or, two "unanswerable" letters written by a Pr. minister "Eulogized" in twenty one.
Miscellaneous Tracts.
Verantwoordelijkheid: by the right rev. Francis Patrick Kenrick.

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