Report of the Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor of Ireland, Volumes 12-14

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Society, 1824 - Education
 

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Page v - Society shall be guided, is to afford the same facilities for Education to all classes of professing Christians, without any attempt to interfere with the peculiar religious opinions of any, or to countenance proselytism.
Page 138 - SOCIETY, the sum of pounds, of lawful money of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, current in Great Britain, to be paid within months next after my decease, out of such part only of my personal estate as shall not consist of chattels real, upon trust to be applied towards...
Page 134 - The principles which they had prescribed to themselves for their conduct, were to promote the establishment and assist in the support of schools in which the appointment of governors and teachers, and the admission of scholars, should be uninfluenced by religious distinctions, and in which the Bible or Testament, without note or comment, should be read by all the scholars who had attained a suitable proficiency in reading, excluding catechisms and books of religious controversy ; wishing it at the...
Page 16 - ... which the Bible or Testament, without note or comment, should be read by all the scholars who had attained a suitable proficiency in reading, excluding catechisms and books of religious controversy ; wishing it, at the same time, distinctly to be understood, that the Bible or Testament should not be used as a school book from which children should be taught to spell or read.
Page 144 - For whoever is ashamed of me and of my words, of him will the Son of man be ashamed when he comes in his glory and the glory of the Father and of the holy angels.
Page 149 - Heretics, by dissenting from her doctrine- in many substantial articles ; and consequently, that they have no lawful mission, no succession from the Apostles, no authority at all to preach the word of God, or administer the sacraments : in fine, no share in the promises of Christ's heavenly kingdom (excepting the case of invincible ignorance) from which the Scripture in so many places excludes Here*tics and Schismatics.
Page 8 - Scholars, shall be uninfluenced by religious distinctions ; where the Scriptures without note or comment shall be read ; but all catechisms and books of religious controversy excluded ; in which the morals of the pupils and instructors shall be anxiously attended to ; where habits of decency and...
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Page 138 - Charter 1882, and I declare that the receipt of the Treasurer for the time being of the said...
Page 125 - Catholic children, under such a system of education, we deem it necessary that the master of each school in which the majority of the pupils, profess the Roman Catholic faith, be a Roman Catholic; and that in schools in which the Roman Catholic children form only a minority, a permanent Roman Catholic assistant be employed, and that such master and assistant be appointed upon the recommendation, or with the express approval of the Roman Catholic Bishop of the diocese in which they are to be employed;...

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