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CONTENTS-CONTINUED

ANALECTA:

EX ACTIS LEONIS XIII :

I. Indulgentiae adnexae precibus in honorem S.S. Cordis EucharisticI 531

II. Indulgentiae in honorem N. D. Lourdensis 533

E 8. CONGREQATIONE PROPAQANDAE FIDEI :

Circa liceitatem Extractionis Chirurgicae Foetus immaturi 536

E 8. CONQREGATIONE RITUUM :

De usu Ponlificalium pro Abbat. Anglo-Benedictinis 537

E 8. CONQREGATIONE OFFICII :

Documentum auihent. ex A. D. 1660 de Probabilismo 538



CONFERENCES:



Our Analecta . 540

Indulgenced Prayer to S. Eucharistic Heart . 541

The Manner of Saying the Angelus 542

Meditation in Reciting the Rosary 545

" Rosarium " and ** Corona " 546

Celebrating Titular Feasts of Parish Churches, 547



"Catholic" and "Roman Catholic" .... 548
Absolution from Censures reserved to the

Pope . . 550

Epitaphs of Priests 551

Hygiene of Churches 554

Anniversary Masses for the Poor 556



ECCLESIASTICAL LIBRARY TABLE:

Sacred Scripture .557 Theology .



•i65 Philosophy 567



CRITICISMS AND NOTES:

Paulsen - Creighton -Lbfevre : Immanuel

Kant 575

SiDGWiCK : Philosophy— Scope and Relations, 577

Mackenzie: Outlines of Metaphysics . ... 577

Bodkin : How to Reason ... 580

Mercier-Wirth : Relation of Experimental

Psychology to Philosophy 581



Baxter : Sermons from the Latins 582

PusTET : Breviarium Romanum 583

Perrevve-Bruneau : Day of an Invalid 5S4

Faber-Fitzpatrick : The Holy Souls . 584

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PRESS COMMENTS
ON THE DOLPHIN



The Dolphin reflects the highest credit on the Catholic scholarship of the
New World. ... It has long been felt and occasionally urged that the time is
ripe for the establishment of a Catholic monthly review on the lines of the English
magazines, such as the Nineteenth Century, The Contemporary, The Fortnightly,

**The Dolphin has come into being just at the right time, and its five issues
clearly evidence that it is fully prepared to meet the intellectual needs of a large class
of Catholic laymen, who will find it an admirable Catholic vade mecum for every month
of the year, the better they become acquainted with its contents. . . . The Dolphin
contains more solid and reliable reading matter, set out with fine taste, than half a
dozen magazines. Therefore, it would be cheap in price at double its present sub-
scription rate." — Neu^ Century, Washington.

The Catholic Union and Times, of Buffalo, says : '* This distinctively Catholic
magazine is a comparatively new comer to the ranks of Catholic literature, but it is
destined to fill a long- felt want. The contents cover topics that ought to be of interest
to educated Catholics as well as those who desire to become educated."

The Erie Weekly Herald : "The Dolphin carries out the high promise made
in its earlier numbers. Indeed, it is a high-class magazine, eminently practical, and
appeals strongly to Catholic readers."

From many New England expressions of good will, this from The Prord-
dence Visitor is encouraging to The Dolphin : ** Here is a publication of which no
layman can say he would be ashamed to put it into the hand; of his Protestant or
infidel neighbors. . . . There is much about The Dolphin that recalls the
scholarly tone of the IJome and Foreign Reineuf in its better days. We do not see
how the layman who does not read The Dolphin can affect to be abreast of the best
that is thought and said, not only in the ranks of his co-religionists, but amidst those
less orderly groups of non-believing minds before whom he will always have to be



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