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E S. CONOR EQATIONE RITUUM :

Confirmatio Cultus Sanctorum quorumdam Hibemiae 411

E 8. CONQREQATIONE S. POENITENTIARIAE :

De mentione aetatis superadultae pro obtinenda dispensatione matrimoniale 413

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IV. Peractio Exercitii Viae Crucis in sacellis sororum religiosarum 416



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The Symbolism of Westminster Abbey . ... 418
St. Maurice in Christian Iconography .... 419
Celebration of Titular Offices in our Churches, 421
The Invocation : Desire of the Eternal Hills 423
Obligation of Blessing the Cement of Port-
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Sacred Scripture



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Oxford Tutors : Contentio Veritatis .... 440

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Brentano-Haguk : Origin of the Knowledge

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perintendent of Schools, is
systematic and thoroug^h,
embraoing every branch
leading: to the highest mor-
al and intellectual culture.

The Seminary is char-
tered bv the ReK«>nts of the
Htate of New York, and »x-
aminatlon« are held semi-
annually, in January and
June.

Pupi'is of all denomina-
tions are received, provi-
ded they conform to the
general regulations of the
iostitutlon.

For further particulars applv to
THE MOTHELR SUPERI O.R




C



^HIS Institution, for
Boarders and Day Schol-
' ars, is situated in Merion,



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