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THE INDIAN ADVOCATE 489
We are in receipt of a truly admirable work by His Emi
nence, Cardinal Gibbons, entitled "The Causes and Cure of
Unbelief." The book has cost many an anxious hour of
thought, study and labor. The undertaking was prompted
partly by the obvious spirit of unbelief which is gradually,
but surely, permeating the minds of our people, and partly by
the recent disclosures of the spirit of denial and disbelief pre
vailing in the state and sectarian universities. The great pro
blem before the Church to-day is not the contention between
Catholicism and Protestantism, but between Catholicism and
unbelief. The present work of His Eminence bears the same
relation to unbelief that "The Faith of Our Fathers" bears
On such intricate subjects especially, requiring tact, learn
ing and charity, few writers are as clever and successful aS
His Eminence, Cardinal Gibbons.
The supreme need of such a work is evident from the recent
utterances of Archbishop Ryah, Archbishop Quigley, Bishop
McFaul and others; and also from the fact that thousands of
copies have been ordered whilst the work is still in press.
The following dealers are helping in circulating the book,
being satisfied with the principle of small profits and wide cir
culation: P. J. Kenedy and Son, New York; H. L. Kilner and Co.
Philadelphia; Thomas J. Flynn and Co. Boston.
Price: Bound in cloth: 60 cents.
Bound in strong paper. .30 cents.
In lots of 10 and upwards j4 off. Liberal discounts to clergy
The Advocate is also in receipt of three volumes recently
published by the "SOCIETY OF THE DIVINE", Techny,
Illinois, viz: "The Escapades of Condy Corrigan," "A Bro
ther's Sacrifice," and "Atoned."
The first "an amusing series of Irish fireside stories," by
the well-known writer, Cahir Healy, will prove a veritable