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Holy order of St. Dominic lecture delivered by Father Suffield, on Whit-Monday, 1860, in the lecture hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne : previous to resigning his parish (St. Andrew"s, Newcastle) into the charge of the Dominican Fathers. by Robert Rudolph Suffield

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No. 5 in a binder"s collection, Northcote tracts, v. 48.

Other titlesNorthcote tracts, Lecture delivered by Father Suffield
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Pagination46 p. ;
Number of Pages46
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Open LibraryOL16587193M

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Let us pray, O Holy Father St. Dominic, who showed us the way to eternal happiness, and won many souls to God by founding the Order of Friars Preachers, pray for us, that we may follow in your footsteps, and ever work for the glory of God and the salvation of souls. Through Christ our Lord. Amen. Hymn. Eighth Day: The Death of St. Dominic. The Dominican Third Order traces its origins back to St. Dominic himself and its primitive constitutions date already from the end of the 13th century. Like all Third Orders, its first end is the sanctification of its members: by the practice of the Rule the tertiaries follow a sure path to heaven, knowing that the Church herself has approved. The Crusade 73 VIII. St. Dominic, the Apostle of Languedoc 87 IX. St. Dominic, the Inquisitor X. St. Dominic and the Holy Rosary XI. Muret XII. Foundation of the Order XIII.   The legend of St. Dominic and the Ape reminds the world of the faith that animated the life of St. Dominic—a faith that arises not from self-regard, or even self-confidence, but from a meekness that breathes with the might of the Holy Spirit.