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The entire population of Port Philip in was 11,- , and the Catholics numbered Patrick's cathedral, and this event was followed in a few months by a declaration from the imperial au- thorities which changed the Settlement of Port Philip into the independent Colony of Victoria. The discov- ery of the goldfields of Ballarat, Bendigo, and Castle- maine at this period was responsible for a large increase in the population.
Ireland found in Victoria a refuge and a home for manv of her exiled children. The Catholic population, in only 18,, had by grown to 88, During the next decade and a half large centres of population had sprung up in places so remote from Melbourne that it was utterly impossilile for Bishop Goold to attend to the wants of his widely scattered flock.
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When at Rome in he placed his difficulties before the Holy See. The strain in getting through ecclesiastical work in the pioneer days of Aus- tralia demanded a physical strength and a mental firmness of no ordinary capacity. The work accom- plished by Archl ishop Goold from to proves him a man of wonderful endurance and great organiz- ing ability. The mo. Goold and most far-reaching in its consequences, was the determined and consistent fight he made against the state system of purely secu- lar education.
The zeal he displayed in the erection of Catholic schools, and the sacrifice he demanded of his people in maintaining them, show how fully con- vinced he was that religious instruction can never be separated from genuine education. When the denom- inational system in gave way to a system from which the name of God was banished, the bishop pro- claimed that no matter what the cost, or what the sacrifice involved, the Catholic children of Victoria should be provided with a Catholic education. Archbishop Goold dietl, 11 June, , there were 11, children receiving Catholic education without costing a penny to the state, while their parents were contril Uting their share as taxpayers to the state system.
Thoiias Joseph Caer, on the sohd foundation laid by his predecessor, the first Bishop of Melbourne, has raised a stately and imposing edi- fice. The present archbishop was transferred from the ancient see of Galway, and arrived in Melljoin-ne on the first anniversary of Dr. Goold's death, 11 June, Three years after his arrival he undertook the great task of completing St. Patrick's cathedral. More information about this seller Contact this seller.
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