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THE FOREIGNEF Even with the lessened i foreign missions are turnec at our doors. Texas and Lc states in the east in the nu into their territory every y people using foreign ton There are of Mexicans and not fewer than three hum in Louisiana of Italians, r French-speaking people, bor three hundred thousand. I to both these States, empt Galveston and New Orlcai to these every year. Most of these thousands are of the very plainest tyj many of them, especially of exaggerated idea of the freet this reason ready to becon help to our civilization. I nursing danger in many wa grants are Romanists, bred faith, little removed from it utterly ignorant of the Woi anything whatever beyond \ a way of life, satisfied with generates nor lifts them up. to reach with the pure Go? But this only makes the nee perative, and the Church's < truth more pronounced. Comnarisrm m a v trii-P n numbers pouring into all on enough come each year to Connecticut, or the equiva eities of 10,000 each, twen rians, six Scandinavian, fiv French, one Greek, one Ja are at once our country's pei pie like them in the past, a came from no blue-blooded much as many try to trace t better "\han the common in veloned into a worthy anrl 11 come the beauty and streng Those who have the Gospc will sway these incoming t into usefulness to State and the truth owe it to the ignoi freely. The false idea which man) makes it imperative that th( refining love of Jesus. Witl ance resolving liberty into 1 bor Anarchism, develon anr Mafia and "Black Hand," a the worst evils of the count To refuse them the Gospel generation and vice. It is neglect of duty that in all have been doing so little fo But a day of better things 1 THE PRESBYTERIA] r :* IS AMONGST US. mmigration of recent years 1 into home missions right >uisiana vie with the largest mber of foreigners poured ear, and in the number of gues, but born in America. Italians in Texas probably Jred thousand. There are eccnt importations, and of 11 and reared there, another Regular lines of steamships :ying their steerage at the is wharves, add thousands of foreign speaking people >e, ignorant, untutored, but the Italians, possessed of an Join of this country, and for ic a menace rather than a ly neglecting them we arc ys. The mass of the innniin the worst forms of that Jol and image worshippers, i _ f i ? ru 01 vjoci anci not Knowing vliat the priests tell them of a faith which neither reThey are a difficult class :pel and the Word of God. d greater, the call more imobligation to give them the better conception of the r borders. It is stated that make a State larger than lent of twenty-two Italian ty-seven of Austro-Hungae Irish, four German, one panese. These immigrants il and its opportunity. Peomd the vast majority of us I, aristocratic immigrants, heir line hack to something the old country, have deseful citizenry, and have beth of the Church of Christ. 1 today have a power that housands and mold them I Church. Those who have *ant to give them that truth r immigrants have of liberty >y learn the restraining and lout this, and in their ignoricense. they foster and har1 apply the practices of the nd import with themselves ries from which they come, is to confirm them in dea sad commentary on our I the Southern Church we r these incoming masses, ins come and the Church is N OF THE SOUTH. waking up. Direct effort 1 to reach the Mexicans in '1 sufficiently encouraging t< for all that has been givei colony near Petersburg, V Tampa. Fla., and the Italia has lately been inaugurate that was done was by tli Orleans, which, without years sustained the Fret Chinese work. BIBLE ] Will any one doubt th Louisiana and other sectic when he reads this, from t organ of the Roman Cathc New Orleans? "We are i sects are circulating thro French Bible, and that th quite a number of these < of Holy Writ. We are i should have allowed thems tllPKP RiWpe fnr pvpr,r C ? .?, ?? , V.. , >there is only one version c and that is the true and ( Church. All others are spi by every Catholic. Our a< been innocently trapped inl for what they thought w; place these books into a i can he utilized for kindling be found in the editorial Morning Star for May 15, s from the heading of the over the name of "James of New Orleans," appears Catholic Weekly publishec leans. Again, as on many recommend The Morning doctrinal principles, for th in its news and advertisii swerving fidelity to the 1 wholesome, progressive an nalism." Comment is needless. Tl selves. Things of the sar from some quarters in S hardly been expected in ov In the "Sunday School ' Prof. A. T. Robertson, of t nary, raising the questio Council at Jerusalem?" questions: i. Is it right fi will undermine the faith God? 2. Even if there w< (and we can see no roor suggest doubts to the chi 1. If Prof RnhcrUnn n 7 ? . vJ Scriptural teachings, why chair in the theological se May 26, 1909. las been made, and enlarged, ^exas, and the work has been d furnish ample justification ti and done. In a Bohemian a., and among the Cubans in us in Birmingham, Ala., work d. Prior to these efforts all te brave Presbytery of New any help whatever, has for . ~i, T 1: t>~I : 1 in, luiiiuu, ijuiitriiiiaii, uiiu BURNING. e need of Mission work in >ns dominated by Romanism lie Morning Star, the official )lic Church in the Diocese of informed that the Protestant ugh the country parishes a ey have succeeded in selling rorrupt and mutilated copies surprised that any Catholics elves to be duped into buying atholic ought to know that )f the Rihle that ran he renrl rorrect one, approved by the tirious and should be shunned Ivice to those who may have to spending their good money as an authorized Bible is to stove or furnace where they material." This advice is to columns of the issue of the md only two colmns removed editorial department, where, H. Blenk, S. M., Archbishop : this official "Card"; "The 1 in the Diocese of New Orfortner occasions, I strongly Star for the soundness of its e high standards maintained 1 or rnlitmns nnrl fr>r itc nn. ofty ideals and purposes of id enlightened Catholic jourlie quotations speak for themne kind have been heard of iouth America. They have ir enlightened country. rimes" we read an article by he Baptist Theological Semin, "Did Jesus approve the The article suggests three or any journal to print what of others in the Word of :re a doubt upon this matter n for doubt), is it right to ldren in the Sunday school? [uestions the soundness of should he want to hold a minary ?