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You know how rigidly I have respected ** Rule," how I never thought of forcing a parish on you, how I have refrained from asking co-operation, even a sermon, because I would ask for nothing which I understood to be incompatible with the Institute's pur- pose.At the same time I have never interposed a bar to any one, however closely bound to me, joining you, as Dr. In fact two things I have always respected in the case of all Orders, voca Uan and Bide, Now look at the position in which I am.Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover.Marks, notations and other marginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you.I was answered on both heads, that dearth of subjects made it impossible. The Redemptorists came to London as a missionary order, and I cheerfully approved of and authorised their coming.Hence we have under them only a church, which by its splendour attracts and absorbs the wealth of two parishes, but maintains no schools, and contributes nothing to the education of the poor at its very door. When they were settled down, I spoke to them of my cherished plan of missions to and among the poor.
Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country.I was told that this was not the purpose of their Listitute in taumsy ''and that another order would be required for what I wanted." The plea of ''Rule'' is one Digiti ized by Google 4 OABDINAL MANKINQ which I haye all along detenained to respect ; and I had no mora to say.They have become, as &r as London is concerned, a parochial body, taking excellent care of Clapham (having five or six priests and abundant means for it), and they have given two or three missions with varied success in chapels ; but no more than they have done in Birmingham and Manchester.Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. /^, / O HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY Digiti ized by Google Digiti ized by Google Digiti ized by Google Digiti ized by Google Digiti ized by Google LIFE OF CARDINAL MANNING VOL. I therefore felt more and more the conviction strengthened, that I had from the beginning entertained, that steady, continual, and persevering work among the dense, sinful masses could only be carried on by religious communities. Ferrara's missions have brought this out more and more.You can search through the full text of this book on the web at |http : //books . II Digiti ized by Google Digiti ized by Google Digiti ized by Google nt^thr P**! Digiti ized by Google v LIFE OP CARDINAL MANNIN(^/ ARCHBISHOP OF WESTMINSTER BT EDMUND SHERIDAN ^URCELL OF THS BOMAN ACADIMT OF LVTm Ui m TWO VOLUMES MAimi NG AS A CATHOLIC Felix locoa, f ellx Eederia ; ITbi Tbonus yiyit memoti*. |i K 1 AU righ U r^ervd \ ' Digitized by Google e :i -) / :3 - ( ^ HARVARD I UNIVERSITY I LIBRARY I GOPTBIOBT, 1896, bt magmillan and CO. He does immense good in a locality ; but the local clergy cannot keep it up ; relaxation ensues, and often the ejected spirit returns with the seven nequiares se, and increases the past evils.
There were two Jesuits en garfon in a house, that was all. Scarcely was I settled in London, than I applied to their Superior to establish here a community in due form of some ten or twelve Withers.