ST. JOSEPH'S PRAYER BOOK. The NEW EDITION, greatly Improved and Enlarged, IS NOW READY „£> And Orders are being executed. — . This compact little Book is Neatly Bound and contains 180 pages 12mo demy. APPROVAL OF HIS HOLINESS THE POPE. The following letter re St. Joseph's Pbayek Book fob the Youn a has been received by Most Rev. Dr. Moran, Bishop of Dunedin : Rome, 17th A-gust,ilßß9. My Dear Lord, — I have just returned from the Vatican, where I had the happiness to present His Holiness the beautiful manual sent to me [Sr. Joseph's PKAYBR Book], which he graciously accepted. I explained to him its import and contents —prayers, hymns, and devoat canticles ; adding that there was one also for tne Pope. He gave moat graciously his Apostolic blessing to the religious community that compiled it, to the editors and publishers, and to all who will devoutly use i*. — My dear Lord, yours always affectionately, f T. Kiebt, Archbishop, etc. And approved by all the Bishops of the Colonies. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS May Jbe made with Schools and Catholic Stationers for the Sale of ST. JOSEPH'S PEAYER BOOK. At the Request of many Friends, a Special Edition, containing the Improved and Authorised CATECHISM, *ill be issued at the same time, comprising 270 pages. PRlCE.— Prayer Book, Is. ; by Post, Is. 2d. Prayer Book and Catechism, Is. 2d. ; by Post, Is. sd. To be had from all Catholic Booksellers and Schools. WHOLESALE from Tablet Office, Octagon, Dunedin. Stamps May Be Sknt.
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Page 24 Advertisements Column 2, New Zealand Tablet, Volume XVIII, Issue 16, 15 August 1890
Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 New Zealand Tablet, Volume XVIII, Issue 16, 15 August 1890
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