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Job: San Franciso Call, 1 Jan 1900 Comment: View at LoC

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saw the dry bones come together and i'.ve was saw the dry bones come together and I've was
there such an awakening as that of the church there such an awakening as that of the church
in English-speaking countries. When the century. in English-speaking countries. When the century.
was beginning Daniel O'Connell was cherishing was beginning Daniel O'Connell was cherishing
the dream of restoring liberty to his fellow the dream of restoring liberty to his fellow
Irishmen. The first quarter of the century, Irishmen. The first quarter of the century,
saw his struggle. He is the hero of religious saw his struggle. He is the hero of religious
lib erty in English-speaking lands. He is the liberty in English-speaking lands. He is the
one leader who took.it as his test and made it one leader who took it as his test and made it
his life work. He succeeded, and the tremendous his life work. He succeeded, and the tremendous
growth of the Church in Ireland and Great Britain, growth of the Church in Ireland and Great Britain,
in Canada and Australia .is the result of Daniel in Canada and Australia is the result of Daniel
O'ConneU'a agitation. good. Let us not write O'Connell's agitation. good. Let us not write
them In the sand. Write them deeper. Engrave them in the sand. Write them deeper. Engrave
them on our souls. Do not put off until to-mor them on our souls. Do not put off until to-morrow
row what you should do to-day, and wnat you do, what you should do to-day, and what you do,
do well." FATHER WYMAN AT ST. MARY'S CHURCH do well." FATHER WYMAN AT ST. MARY'S CHURCH
The Paullst -Fathers at St. Mary's The Paulist Fathers at St. Mary's
Church made a special feature of their usual Church made a special feature of their usual
vesper service last night. At th» close of the vesper service last night. At the close of the
benediction the German choral "Te Deum" was benediction the German choral "Te Deum" was
sung by the choir, composed of sopranos. Miss sung by the choir, composed of sopranos. Miss
Paula, Miss Higgins and Miss Johnson; contraltos. Paula, Miss Higgins and Miss Johnson; contraltos.
Miss Josie Murphy and Miss Nettie John son; Miss Josie Murphy and Miss Nettie John son;
tenors, W. Moore and Dr. J. F. Smith; basso, tenors, W. Moore and Dr. J. F. Smith; basso,
W. G. O'Brien: organist. M 133 Giorgianl. The W. G. O'Brien: organist. M 133 Giorgianl. The
sermon was preached by the Rev. Father Wyman. sermon was preached by the Rev. Father Wyman.
He said in part: "This is a special year in the He said in part: 2 "This is a special year in the
Catholic church. The holy Father in Rome has Catholic church. The holy Father in Rome has
ordered that the opening of the new cen tury ordered that the opening of the new century
shall be recognized by a midnight niass or the shall be recognized by a midnight mass or the
day is to be marked with some special form of day is to be marked with some special form of
praise. The ser vices to-night will be followed praise. The services to-night will be followed
by the singing of the '-'Te Deum" as a sign of by the singing of the '-'Te Deum" as a sign of
our thankfulness "to God for his kindly guardianship our thankfulness to God for his kindly guardianship
over us in the past. God has given great blessings over us in the past. God has given great blessings
to the Christian people in the past and the great to the Christian people in the past and the great
blessings that we may hope God will send will blessings that we may hope God will send will
be ours if we are only faithful. ood works, as be ours if we are only faithful. good works, as
we know, in hidden yet most effective ways, we know, in hidden yet most effective ways,
for the benefit of hla people. The benefits for the benefit of his people. The benefits
of God are known and most deeply appreciated of God are known and most deeply appreciated
by those who think serously and most desire by those who think serously and most desire
those things which are of lasting value. The those things which are of lasting value. The
superficial mind does not always see what is superficial mind does not always see what is
most real and substantial and as a rule has little most real and substantial and as a rule has little
appreciation of what it receives. On the other appreciation of what it receives. On the other
hand, those who are guid ed by divine wisdom hand, those who are guided by divine wisdom
find in the act 3 of providence infinitely more find in the act 3 of providence infinitely more
blessings than it is possible to suppose God blessings than it is possible to suppose God
would give to such weak creatures as we are." would give to such weak creatures as we are."
IMPRESSIVE MUSIC AT ST. IGNATIUS Services IMPRESSIVE MUSIC AT ST. IGNATIUS Services
in St. Ignatius Crrireh last night were solemn in St. Ignatius Church last night were solemn
and beautiful. Th> sacred edifice was brilllantlv and beautiful. The sacred edifice was brilliantly
ll S hteri anrl was crowded with worshipers ll S later and was crowded with worshippers
who offered up thanks for blessings received who offered up thanks for blessings received
during the past year, and prayed for a con tinuance during the past year, and prayed for a continuance
of them during the next twelve months. Rev. of them during the next twelve months. Rev.
Father Prelato. S. J., recited the Rosary and Father Prelate. S. J., recited the Rosary and
Litany and then vespers, the responses being Litany and then vespers, the responses being
made by Rev. Angelo Cptelll. S. J. The choir made by Rev. Angelo Cptelll. S. J. The choir
augmented for the occasion by the ladies' sodality augmented for the occasion by the ladies' sodality
choir rendered sweet music durins the services. choir rendered sweet music during the services.
Rev. Father Frieden, S. J., delivered the sermon. Rev. Father Frieden, S. J., delivered the sermon.
It was an eloQuent.jelTort and. touched the It was an eloQuent.jelTort and. touched the
auditors In part he said: "We have assembler! auditors In part he said: "We have assembled
before God's altar to-night to thank the Almighty before God's altar to-night to thank the Almighty
for ths good things that have come to us in the for the good things that have come to us in the
course of the year which is now drawing to its course of the year which is now drawing to its
close.' Yes, the year is well nigh passed— out close. Yes, the year is well nigh passed out
a few hours to remain. It is for the last time a few hours to remain. It is for the last time
in the year '90 that the preacher speaks to you in the year '90 that the preacher speaks to you
from this pulpit; the last time you adore our from this pulpit; the last time you adore our
Lord in the Blessed Sacrament and receive his Lord in the Blessed Sacrament and receive his
bene diction. And what has become of 'the year? benediction. And what has become of the year?
The days which it wa<» made of are no more — they The days which it was made of are no more — they
have passed to eter nity. And with the passing have passed to eternity. And with the passing
time, we our selves have passed; and at the close time, we our selves have passed; and at the close
of the year we are one year nearer to eter nltv of the year we are one year nearer to eternity
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