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A MONTHLY MAGAZINE OF GENERAL LITERATURE, SUITABLE FOR

ALL CLASSES OF CATHOLIC READERS.
The RECORD abounds each month with scholarly Essays on Religious, Scientific, and Literary subjects, from
the pens of well known Catholic writers, and also gives a very large proportion of space to Stories, Poems, and
matter of a light character. In a word, it has been the aim of the publishers to make the CATHOLIC
RECORD a first-class Catholic Magazine for the people.

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS,
“The RECORD contains a store of interesting literary pabulum that must ensure it a welcome in every
Catholic household it enters."-Western Celt.

“ This monthly is fast becoming a favorite with all classes. Its mission to instruct and please is a great one,
and nobly has it striven to fulfill it.”-“Catholic," Pittsburg, Pa.

“Philadelphia is fast training on some first-class Catholic talent, and the Record' is one of the cheering
evidences of its intellectual development."-The “Catholic Mirror," Baltimore,

“This is one of the very best magazines in the country, in a literary point of view, and all the while it indi.
cates sound, safe, Catholic doctrine, and a vein of Christian piety runs through all its pages."-The Catholic
Guardian," San Francisco.

Families wishing a cheap Catholic magazine should subscribe for the Catholic Record.' It is full of all
sorts of interesting Catholic stories for the younger members of the household, besides its full share of more
thoughtful articles for the elder. The price is only $2.50 per annum.”—The “Catholic Vindicator.”

"One of our prime favorites amongst our American Catholic serials is, and has been almost from its first ap-
pearance, the Catholic Record,' of Philadelphia. In its well-printed pages you are sure to find every month
something very well worth reading and remembering."-The New York *Tablet."

"We have no more emphatic approbation to bestow upon this monthly, which we heartily welcome to our

table, than the reproducing of its leading article in our un pretending column. We like its tone, which has the

true sound. Its ring vibrates in our ears as that of the genuine metal; its manly Catholicity compels our hom.

age, and in its fearless exhibition of it we find grounds for the justification of our estimate. To all our readers

we heartily and earnestly commend this periodical. Its cost is little, but its worth is great. We wish we had

many such in our communities.”—The "Catholic Propagateur," New Orleans.

$2.50 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE.

POSTAGE 30 CENTS EXTRA.

Address

HARDY & MAHONY,

505 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

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A MONTHLY MAGAZINE OF GENERAL LITERATURE, SUITABLE FOR

ALL CLASSES OF CATHOLIC READERS.
The RECORD abounds each month with scholarly Essays on Religious, Scientific, and Literary subjects, from
the pens of well known Catholic writers, and also gives a very large proportion of space to Stories, Poems, and
matter of a light character. In a word, it has been the aim of the publishers to make the CATHOLIC
RECORD a first-class Catholic Magazine for the people.

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS,
“The RECORD contains a store of interesting literary pabulum that must ensure it a welcome in every
Catholic household it enters."—Western Celt.

“ This monthly is fast becoming a favorite with all classes. Its mission to instruct and please is a great one,
and nobly has it striven to fulfill it."-"Catholic," Pittsburg, Pa.

" Philadelphia is fast training on some first-class Catholic talent, and the Record' is one of the cheering
evidences of its intellectual development.”—The “Catholic Mirror,” Baltimore.

ry best magazines in the country, in a literary point of view, and all the while it indi.
cates sound, safe, Catholic doctrine, and a vein of Christian piety runs through all its pages.”—The Catholic
Guardian," San Francisco.

“ Families wishing a cheap Catholic magazine should subscribe for the Catholic Record.' It is full of all
sorts of interesting Catholic stories for the younger members of the household, besides its full share of more
thoughtful articles for the elder. The price is only $2.50 per annum."-The Catholic Vindicator."

“One of our prime favorites amongst our American Catholic serials is, and has been almost from its first ap-
pearance, the Catholic Record,' of Philadelphia. In its well-printed pages you are sure to find every month
something very well worth reading and remembering.'-The New York " Tablet."

"We have no more emphatic approbation to bestow upon this monthly, which we heartıly welcome to ou
table, than the reproducing of its leading article in our unpretending column. We like its tone, which has the

true sound. Its ring vibrates in our ears as that of the genuine metal : its manly Catholicity compels our hom.

age, and in its fearless exhibition of it we find grounds for the justification of our estimate. To all our readers

we heartily and earnestly commend this periodical. Its cost is little, but its worth is great. We wish we had

many such in our communities.”—The “Catholic Propagateur,” New Orleans.

$2.50 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE.

POSTAGE 20 CENTS EXTRA.

Address

HARDY & MAHONY,

505 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.'

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A Monthly Magazine of General Literature,

DEVOTED TO THE

DEFENSE OF CATHOLIC PRINCIPLES,

AND THE

PROPAGATION OF CATHOLIC THOUGHT.

Endorsed by Most REV. ARCH-BISHOP Wood, of Philadelphia. Favorably noticed

. by Catholic critics, and published at the low price of

$2.50 PER ANNUM, (Postage, 20 cents per Annum extra,)

BY

HARDY & MAHONY, 505 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.

ANY ONE sending the names of Four New Subscribers to the

Catholic Record,will receive a free copy for one year.

CONTENTS.

MARCH, 1878. No. 83, VOL. XIV.

276

I. Pius IX and the Revolution. Francis T. Furey, . . . 257 II. Two Sonnets. Pius IX—Leo XIII. John Arthur Henry, . 267 III. Where there's Heart Room there's Hearth Room. J. R.

Livin, . . . . . . . . . . . 268 • IV. Sensational Preachers and Preaching. Rev. Joseph V. O'Conor, . . . . . .

. . . 276 V. In Thanksgiving. Katherine E. Conway, ... . . . 282 VI. God's Existence Known to Reason. M. G., in “ The Month," 283 VII. Poor Christine, . . . . . . .

.
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. 295 VIII. The Old, Old Story, . . . . . . . . 304 IX. Three Days in a Woman's Life, . . . . . . 305

X. Basilica of St. Agnes Outside the Walls of Rome, . . . 313 XI. Editorial Notes, . . . . . . . . . 315 XII. New PUBLICATIONS.—All Saints' Day and other Sermons

Mary, the Model and Mother of Christians—A Manual of
the Anatomy of Invertebrated Animals, . . . . 320

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