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he Dioccsc of SXcbcasluu Quod semper, quod ubique, quod ab omnibus credit urn est. VOL. 3. OMAHA, NEB., JANUARY, 1891. No. 1 The Biacese of LtuLraska, Devoted to the Interests of the Church in this Dio- CC8E' PUBLISHED MONTHLY. Single Subscription by mail Fifty Cents. Matter for publication should be addressed to The Kev. Louis ZAHNKR, S. T. D., All Saints' Hectory, Omaha, Neb. All matters of business pertaining to subscriptions should be addressed to MIL JOSEPH WEEKS, Merchants' Nat'l Bank Omaha, Neb. ENTERED AT OM AIIA AS SECOND-CLASS MA TTER. Section 8, of Canon xxvii, reads as follows: "At rAtngmbpr 1 .east one notice (on a Sunday) shall be given in each Parish and Mission of all the Canonical Offerings of | offering. 2. that results vested. 3. The need of a large1 were not altogether sure the Diocese/ CHURCH C ALENDAR. January 1st—Circumcision (White.) " 4th—2nd Sunday after Christmas (White.) " 6th—The Epiphany (White.) " nth—1st Sunday after Epiphany (White.) " 18th—2nd Sunday atter Epiphany (Green.) " 25th—Septuagesima (Violet.) NOTB.—Days of Fasting: I.—The Forty Days of Lent. II.— The Ember Days. III.—The Three Rogation Days. IV.—All Fridays in the year except Christmas Day. Gbe EM ocese o f IHebrasha. The BIShup: The lit. Kev. Geo. Worthington, S. T. D. LL. 1). The Dean: The Very Kev. Charles H. Gardner. Canons: Kosidentary—The Kev. Itobert Doherty, S. T. D., The Rev. LouisZahner, S. T. D Honorary The Rev. John Hewitt(1886), Rev.Kobt Scott <Ib87), The Rev R. C. Talbott (1889),The Rev W. T. Whit-marsh (1889), The Rev. Saml Goodale, D. D. (1890). Rural Deans: Of the North Platte, The Rev. G. W. Flowers. Of the South Platte, The Rev. Canon Scott. Secretary: The Rev. Canon Whitmarsh. The Standing Committee: The Very Kev. Dean, Chas. II. Gardner, M. A. The Rev. H. B. Burgess, B. D. The Kev. Robert Doherty, S. T. D. Mr. Hugh G. Clark. The Hon. J. M. Woolworth, LL. D., Mr. Henry W. Yates. Chancellor: The Hon. J. M. Woolworth, LL. D. Treasurer uf the Chapter: Mr. Henry W. Yates. Treasurer of the Diocese: Mr. A. P. Hopkins. Registrar: The Rev. Canon Whitmarsh. Examining Chaplains: The Rev. Robert Doherty, S. T. D. The Rev. C. H. Gardner. The Rev. Louis Zahner, 8. T. D. LIST OF CLERGYMEN. Rt. Rev. George Worthington, S. T. D., LL. D„ Bis-hopthorpe" Omaha. Rev. C. T. Brady Crete. Rev. B. A. Brown, M. D Rev. H. B. Burgess Pluttsmouth. Rev. M. F Carey Nebraska City Rev. Robert Doherty, S. T. I) Omaha. Rev. J. O. Ferris ' Omaha. Rev. George W. Flowers Cedar Rapids. Rev. C. H. Gardner Omaha. Rev. Samuel Goodale, D. D Columbus. Rev. John Hewitt Lincoln Rev. Isaac Houlgate Wymore. Rev. W. B. James Fremont. Rev. Josephus D. Krum, D. D Schuyler. Rev. H. Leeds Geneva. Rev. Wm. H. Lewin Lincoln. Kev. J. P. D. Llwyd Omaha. Rev Geo. E. Lounsbury Sanford, Conn. Rev. A. E. Marsh —Central City. Rev. W. C. McCracken Florence. Rev. Francis Moore Neligh. Rev. A. Grant Musson Ashland. Rev. S. A. Potter Blair. Rev. Joseph A. Russell Tecumseh. Rev. Robert Scott Beatrice. Kev. John E. Simpson York. Rev. A. B. Spaight Fremont. Rev. George L. Sweeney Rev. R. C. Talbott Brownville. Rev. Walter W. Wells Schuyler. Rev. W. T. Whitmarsh Omaha. Rev. A. T. Whitten Rev. W. V Whitten Falls City. Kev. John Williams Omaha. Rev. Louis Zahner, S. T. Omaha. CANDIDATES John E. Simpson, Isaac Houlgate, H. Leeds, FOR PRIEST'S R. C. Talbott, I. E. Baxter, John A. Williams. ORDERS. CANDIDATE FOR DEACON'S ORDERS. Francis M. Bacon. P. R. Talbott, POSTULANTS. Francis Eason, CANONICAL OFFERINGS. 1. On Whit Sunday, for Episcopal Fund. 2. On the first Sunday in Advent, for Domestic and Foreign Missions. 3. On Sexagesima Sunday, for Theological Education. I. On Good Friday, for Missions to the Jews. 5. On the Bishop's Visitations; on Mid-Lent Sunday, on the second Sunday in May; and on the last Sunday in October, for Diocesan Missions. 6. At Harvest Home, to be kept on the last Thursday in September, or on the following Sunday, for the Bishop Clarkson Hospital for Children. 7. On Christmas Day, for the Aged and Infirm Clergy Fund. THE BISHOP'S APPOINTMENTS. 1890. Omaha, Cathedral, Chapter Meeting. Crete, Morning. Lincoln, Holy Trinity, Special Confirmation, Evening. Omaha, St. Matthias, Retreat for the Clergy. Omaha, Cathedral.Quiet day for Women. New York, Meeting of the House of Bishops. Omaha, Cathedral, Ordination. Omaha, St. Matthias. Tecumseh, Evening. Omaha, St. John, Morning, lilair, Even ing. Columbus, Evening. Central City, Evening. Clarks, Evening. Beatrice and DeWitt. Omaha, Cathedral, Bishop Clarkson's Memorial Service. Omaha, All Saints, Morning. St. Barnabas, Evening. Ashland, Evening. Omaha, Cathedral, Morning. Good Shepherd, Evening. Florence, Evening. Omaha, St. Matthias, Brownell Hall Confirmation, l'lattsmouth, Evening. Omaha, Cathedral, Morning. Wymore, Evening. Falls City, Evening. Lincoln, Holy Trinity, Morning. Holy Comforter, Afternoon. St. Andrew, Evening. Geneva, Consecration. Edgar, Evening. Wilbur, Evening. Fremont and Schuyler. Browuville, Auburn, Nemaha and Peru. Nebraska City and Wyoming. Norfolk, Morning. Neligh, Evening. Albion, Evening. Cedar Rapids, Evening. South Omaha, Morning. Jan. 22. 25- 26-29. Feb. 3. 20. 24. 26. March 1. 4- 5- 6. 8. i t . 18. 22. 25- 26. 27. 29. April 2. 3- 5- 6. 7- 8. 12. 14-16. 19. 26. 27- 28. May 3. OFFICIAL. time table annexed. RETREAT FOR CLERGY: (at St. Matthias.) Monday, Jan. 20. 5 p. m. Evening prayer with introductory address. • 7:30 p. m. Address followed by silent meditation. 9 p. 111. Night prayers. Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 27 and 28. 7 a. m. Holy Communion. 10 a. 111. Morning prayer. Address followed by silent meditation. 12 111. Mid day prayers and instruction. 3 p. 111. Address followed by silent meditation. 5 p. 111. Evening prayer. 1130 p. m. Address followed by silent meditation. 9 p. 111. Night prayers. Thursday, Jan. 29. 7 a. 111. Holy Communion and concluding address. QUIET D AY F OR WOMEN. ®. (at the Cathedral.) Friday, Jan. 30. LA, 111. Holy Communion with short address, 10:30 a. m. Address followed by silent meditation. 12 m. Intercessions. 3 p. m. Address followed by silent medita tion. 5 p. m. Evening prayer. 7:30 p. m. Litany and address. The Bishop wishes to remind the clergy of the Epiphany offering for Missions, and of his strong desire that wherever possible it may be devoted to the aid of St. John's College, Shanghai. The attention of the clergy is requested to the Religious Census now being taken throughout the country- The necessity of full reports carefully made will be seen on a moment's consideration. The Clergy are regularly requested to fill up all the blanks on the form they have been supplied with, and to return it (if they have not already done so) at once to the Secretary of the Diocese that he may be enabled to make his official report without delay. No stamps are needed on the envelopes sent. of the The rich repayment happiness that the future may have from money thus in- in store for us. These years roll The obligation resting nway so rapidly, and we are so on most of them to repay help ex much immersed in the business and tended from some such a fund as the pleasures of life, that we this in his own education. All scarcely realize their flight. Most offerings to be sent to Mr. J. E. momentous events are chronicled, Smith, Beatrice, and reported to but as time passes so quickly, it re-the Secretary of the Diocese. quires an effort of memory to re- • | call the dates when thev occurred. THE RETREAT AND QUIET DAY. It is wen for us who look "beyond Father Hall has forwarded the t}ie 80Wing and the reaping," and profess to believe in On a who "shall come to judge the quick and the dead," to pause on the threshold of the New Year and with earnest prayer make our determined resolutions for the future. We may look back but only to see our errors, and correct our mistakes. And as Christians we should look forward, only that we may the more perfectly glorify the name of Him in whom we have believed. We measure time now by days and months and years, but quickly,— for the years it may be that shall intervene between now and the end, are as nothing to Him, "with whom a thousand years are as one day, and one day as a thousand years," —it shall be measured by eternity. . Let us all realize the fact that time is to be buried in eternity, and in "the hereafter" in our Father's home is to be our unchangeable position, for which we are now individually preparing ourselves. Shall it be for us a blessed eternity! Our daily lives, in their response to Christian obligations, or in their sinful neglect of the plain and simple commands of Christ our Lord, are giving answer day by day to this most thrilling of all questions. What good resolutions did we make at the beginning of the year 1890? Were they kept? Let us ask the pardon of God; for we have been careless when we should have watched, we have played when we should have toiled, we have doubted when we should have prayed. Shall it be the same with 1891? by God's The Bishop desires to remind his brethren of the Clergy of his earnest wish that they may so arrange their parochial business as to be free to attend the retreat from its beginning to its close. He expects not only to see every clergyman of the Diocese present, but present throughout the whole retreat, that they may be able to return to their respective charges laden with spiritual gifts for those committed to their care. The Dean of th e Cathedral wishes to give notice that the Chapter Meeting will be held on Jan. 22. Holy Communion will be celebrated at 10 a. m., Canon Hewitt as Senior Hon. Canon will preacli the sermon, and the business session will be opened immediately after grace. NO. The Feast of Epiphany. The Holy Church throughout the world on this hallowed day, commemorates the gracious truth of the manifestation of Her divine Head to the Gentiles. The mean-the close of the service. The Clergy are reminded that on Lunch will be served for those application °to Mr. W. F. Vaill, present, and a Public Missionary . . 3er the First Nation,, Bank, .eatingwii! be held in the C.th- f Omaha, they can obta.n half fare, edr.1 m the evernng. ^ ^ thewon. certificates oret t e ui ington sys EDITORIAL .irons feast of "the Ascension,"— - — an d revealing, as does also "Holy 1891. Thursday," the most blessed facts tern. The application must be made in person. The offerings on behalf of the Theological Education Fund are by Canon to be taken on Sunday, Feb. 1. It is hoped the Clergy will The New Year always brings of our religion—the Epiphany is with it serious thoughts. Amid an almost neglected festival, in our the mauy greetings and good wishes Communion. Few gather in the there is a tone of sadness, as if we I sacred courts to keep the Feast, we
|Title||The Diocese of Nebraska - Vol.3, No.1, January 1891|
|Creator||Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska|
|Subject||Nebraska; Omaha (Neb.); Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska; Episcopal Church;|
|Repository||The originals and other historical material is available in the archives of the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska. Contact the Diocesan Offices for more information: 402.341.5373, firstname.lastname@example.org, 109 North 18th St., Omaha, NE 68102.|
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he Dioccsc of SXcbcasluu
Quod semper, quod ubique, quod ab omnibus credit urn est.
VOL. 3. OMAHA, NEB., JANUARY, 1891. No. 1
The Biacese of LtuLraska,
Devoted to the Interests of the Church in this Dio-
CC8E' PUBLISHED MONTHLY.
Single Subscription by mail Fifty Cents.
Matter for publication should be addressed to
The Kev. Louis ZAHNKR, S. T. D.,
All Saints' Hectory,
All matters of business pertaining to subscriptions
should be addressed to
MIL JOSEPH WEEKS,
Merchants' Nat'l Bank
ENTERED AT OM AIIA AS SECOND-CLASS MA TTER.
Section 8, of Canon xxvii, reads as follows: "At rAtngmbpr 1
.east one notice (on a Sunday) shall be given in each
Parish and Mission of all the Canonical Offerings of | offering. 2.
The need of a large1 were not altogether sure
CHURCH C ALENDAR.
January 1st—Circumcision (White.)
" 4th—2nd Sunday after Christmas (White.)
" 6th—The Epiphany (White.)
" nth—1st Sunday after Epiphany (White.)
" 18th—2nd Sunday atter Epiphany (Green.)
" 25th—Septuagesima (Violet.)
NOTB.—Days of Fasting: I.—The Forty Days of Lent. II.—
The Ember Days. III.—The Three Rogation Days. IV.—All
Fridays in the year except Christmas Day.
Gbe EM ocese o f IHebrasha.
The BIShup: The lit. Kev. Geo. Worthington, S. T. D.
The Dean: The Very Kev. Charles H. Gardner.
Canons: Kosidentary—The Kev. Itobert Doherty, S.
T. D., The Rev. LouisZahner, S. T. D Honorary
The Rev. John Hewitt(1886), Rev.Kobt Scott |