Scope and Contents
The bound manuscript contains 14 handwritten sermons delivered by Healy from 1835 through 1840. They were delivered at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and St. Mary's Church. The sermons cover a variety topics including the Festival of St. Patrick, repentance, communion, Nativity, obedience to parents, judgement, and the love of God.
p.1-9. On repentance -- p.10-18. On an unworthy communion -- p.19-26. On the general judgment -- p.27-30. Nativity of Our Lord -- p.31-40. On the love of Lord -- p. 41-49. Duty of children to their partents -- p.50-55. Nativity of our Lord -- p.56-60. Charity sermon -- p.61-68. Festival of St. Patrick, Apostle of Ireland -- p.69-73. Nativity -- p.74-76. Nativity -- p.77-81. On charity -- p.82-87. Festival of St. Patrick -- p. 88-91. On the erection of a church.
- Healy, Michael, 1807 or 1808-1840 (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Catholic priest. Michael Healy was born in 1807 or 1808 in County Kilkenny, Ireland. He studied in Montreal, Canada before being ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Benedict Joseph Fenwick in 1830. From 1833 until his death in 1840, Healy served at Boston, Massachusetts' Cathedral of the Holy Cross and St. Mary's Church. He died in Montreal on July 8, 1840.
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Acquired from unknown source in 2004.
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