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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1951

v.® # ■ 1 a ■v s ■ BACK TO JESUS WITH THE PAPACY — Page S THE JEFFERSON IAN VOLUME 3 NUMBER 7 APi" 1J61 WON, TEXAS Completion Fund Progress Slow -page 4 :■ *: $$ ■ • * <<" M' if-* - 'V iO; .... Hi ; ■• vf ■ - 0 4v; i On' St. Patrick's Day, March 17, etructlon at Daingerfield, Texas, left, preaching the groundbreak- Mrs. Frank Hopkins of Hughes City of Daingerfieid. For other 1951, ground' was broken for the The JEFFERSONIAN camera on ing sermon, (2) upper right, Spririgs spading the dirt, and (4) pictures of the special ground $20,000 Cathblic Church of' Our that occasion snapped: (1) Fr. Daingerfield's Mrs. H, Boehmer Mayor Dick Morrisoh, ltfwer breaking ceremony and details Lady of Fatima now under con- Matzner of Ciarksville, upper breaking ground, (3) lower left, right, voicing the welcome of th« see Inside pages.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1951

Page 2 THE JEFFERSONIAN APRIL, 1951 THE JEFFERSONIAN REV. JOHN G. O'ROURKE. EDITOR "THE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HI8TORIC TO.WN" Entered in the post office at Jefferson, Texas as adl.,** class of mail matter January 24, 1649, under the act of March 3, 1879. The subscription rate to THE JEFFERSONIAN, which is publish monthly, Is two dollars per year. Address all communications to THE JEFFERSONIAN, Box 705, Jefferson, Texas. Editor's phone, Marshall 5293. The official or^an of the mission churches of the Immaculate Con- ception of the Blessed Virgin at Jefferson and of Our Lady at Fatima at Daingerfleld, THE JEFFERSONIAN is published with the ap- probation of the Most Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, D. D. Bishop of Dallas. Humbly it Intends to carry out the mandate of Our Divine Lord: "Going, therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and oi the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." Its only purpose is to serve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1951

APRIL, 1951 THE JEPFER80NIAN Page * Britannica Lists Saint Peter As First Pope Origin of Religions— (Continued from page 2) Baptist paper, like the Baptists, themselves, believe that durtu" the 2,000 years of the visible Church called Catholic — that they also existed. Though the absence of church buildings, leadership and nations converge to their faith indicates the'r visible organization at dates after 1500, each sect cited above, like the Baptists, insist that thej are older than the Catholic Church. History's objective ver diet, however, reveals that m a visible society with leaders am buildings, the Catholic Church is about 1500 years older than her closest Protestant rival. So ob vi'ous is this fact in history that most adherents of the above Beets will explain their existence in much the same way as a writer in a Texas Baptist paper who some time ago, in response to the query, "Where was your church during all the centuries of the 'Roman Catholic Church?", explained: "Our Ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1951

Page 4 THE JCFFEMONIAM APRIL, 1M1 jig\ wmk /r>' '/ ' ' >'J • : m ■'DM. , ' X ' i ■ ■" t 'fa %}• ■ fell ' yQ :vW^SK wmk mm Wit NEGRO NUN HELPS BREAK GROUND i < • ♦ .' •- -- ' ' L/£ , , I / V';;* , i ■ *r' - % ^,v< -M , , -V < .> ■ B" <*& < * " V< <?•>* :#:MW|5 ;- 'S-i .;.' , .V'.:'-:.- '■■■, ■ ;v:': Wr&M&m h <* - WSBSsffiffslasR Flanked by a special statue of Our Lady of Fatlma from the Emerald Isle, two members of the clergy and 11 altar boys, Sister PetronlUa, superior of Marshall's colored Catholic school, is shown above helping to break ground St Patrick's Day for the >20,000 church now being built at'. Daiagerfield, Tex. as. after the clergy present had shovelled the spade, the super, lore of the two orders of nuns in attendance were called on. The special groundbreaking; ceremonies were held St. Pat. rick's Day on the 6 acre tract purchased Jan. 29 by the Catho. lie Church. The statue of Our Lady, purchased In Dublin, Ireland, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1951

APRIL, 1M1 THE JEFFERSONIAN Pw • MMl FR. MATZNER PREACHES ON BVM m , ot Father 4 |Jeru8g|ea,|| ] midst ol t: $3 from |] (send hint 1 complete I, l's. Patrick | I'rine, mailt of Sister j Jshall, read I, I which *«J |lrish shefl the great 1 In page 5, J M :LAND I LOWEST OCT. By means of EFFERSON1AN Blessed Mother lis still in need nly $166.50 re. reported since the next two ED in June to is over and Undertaken with ady who con_ Irthy. The pity |rd with a small Our Lady of 111 no doubt be | contribution to note, with kuyumjian; Ar_ I Murray family I poverty Father Icheck of Mass pply this $3 as s chapel. And though never Ifresh, crisp $5 louise. formerly le RVM'b chapel lr each month. J have a part in [of Ireland, the |ei g construct- rather to pay *• ■ I ■' ■> t:* V&i. " i: Is, shovels a 5 -s PP'" HI I *• . jgb CSSr ■H SERMON ON THE BVM — Fattier John TJauner, right, Clarksvllle, Texas, delivered the groundbreaking sermon on the glorias of Our Lady of Fatlma. LONGVIEW SUPERIOR ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1951

Page 6 THE JEFFERSONIAN APRIL, 1951 Funds Needed— (Continued from page 4) Benefactors willing to help in a big way should note on anoth. er page the memorial pews which may be had for 3100 and the gift of 1,000 brick for $34. A gift of $10 from 200 readers would write the final chapter in the campaign which our mission paper has gladly waged to pro. vide a suitable monument on East Texas soil to the ever glor. lous BVM. For the intentions of all who have or will donate to Our Lady's chapel a novena of Mass- es have been o'fered In Mexico in honor of Our Lady of Guad- alupe. For the success of our final completion drive dally pet- itions are addressed to Our Lady of Fatima. For $166.50 raised during the last month THE JEFFERSON. IAN extends Public thanks to the following 20 friends of the BVM: 425. William J. Carmody, Buffs. lo, N. Y. $11 42fl. Father John Kuyumjtan Jerusalem $3 427. Mrs. Dan B. Godwin, New Boston k.. $3 428. Mr. and Mrs. Bu'rkiand, | New Boston (non.CatholicB) $2 , ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1951

APRIL, 1961 THE JEFFERSONIAN Page 7 $1,000 FOR HOUSE OF CHARITY Jefferson Parish Passes Quota In Charity Campaign Immaculate Conception Church of Jefferson, Texas passed its quota in the drive for the Bishop's House of Charity, Miss Grace Switz .local chairman, has announced here. Local contributors who pledged $1000 for the diocesan home for the aged being planned by the Bishop are: Mr. and Mrs. J. Brennan Whelan $100 Mrs. Katherine Ramsay Wise $">0 Miss Margaret Ramsay $50 Mrs. Asa E. Ramsay $50 Eugene Meyer $50 Mrs. I. L. Goldberg $150 Miss Ethel Switz $55 Miss Grace Switz $55 Father John O'Rourke $90 Robert J. Switz —,gj $50 Billy Watson AL $50 Martin Ragley _H $50 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Limberg $50 Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Neilon .. $50 Miss Leila Foster -. $50 Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Driggers $50 Total ._ $1000 ; — Peter First Pope— (Continued from page 3) had the Parliament of England in 1535 pass a law making him, a murderer and adulterer, head of the Church of Jesus Christ in England. AL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1951

11wnni i M'ifc ri|*rLn.i Page 8 THE JEPPER80NIAN APRIL, 1951 Peter First Pope— (Continued from page 7) 189. Nicholas III 1280 190. Martin IV 1285 191. Honorius IV 1292 192. Nicholas IV 1292 193. St. Celestlne V 1296 194. Boniface VIII 1303 195. B. Benedict XI 1304 196. Clement V 1314 197. John XXII 1334 198. Benedict^Xlf 1342 19JK Clement VI 1352 2ll0. Innocent VI 1362 301. B. Urban V 1370 202. Gregory XI 1378 203. Urban VI 1389 204. Boniface IX 1404 205. Innocent VII 1406 206. Gregory XII 1415 207. 'Martin V 1431 208. Eugene IV 1447 209. Nicholas V 1455 210. Callistus III 1458 211. Plus II 1464 212. Paul II 1471 213. Sixtus IV 1484 214. Innocent VIII 1492 215. Alexander VI 1503 216. Pius III 1503 217. Julius II — — 1513 218. Leo X 1521 219. Adrian VI 1523 220. Clement VII 1534 221. Paul III 1549 222. Julius III 1555 223. Marcellus II 1555 FRIEND OF SHRINE IS HONORED 224. Paul IV 1559 225. Pius IV 1565 226. St. Pius V 1572 227. Gregory XIII 1585 228. Sixtus V 1— 1590 229. Urban VII ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1951

APRIL, 1M1 THE JEFFERSONIAN Page 9 Peter Singled Out (Continued from page 11) le- It- ler Ire Monday. It tells the story of Christ's appearance to the two disciples walking to Emmaus, a town about 7 miles from Jet J salem. The Stranger Who walk- ed with the 2 disciples was un. known to them until they 'broke bread in the inn at Emmaus. Then they recognized the Risen Jesus, Who vanished out of Iheir sight. LORD APPEARED TO PETER i ' Returning to Jerusalem to tell this grBlit news to the Apostles, they found out that they already knew of the Resurrertion and that the Lord had appeared to St. Peter. St. Luke documents this fact , as follows: "And rising up the same hour they went back to Jerusalem, and they found the eleven gath- ered together, and those that were with them, saying: The Lord is risen indeed, AND HATH APPEARED TO SIMON. And they told what things were done in the way, and how they knew Him in the breaking o< Dread." PETER WA8 SINGLED OUT During his life St. Peter in- ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1951

Page 10 THE IONIAN APRIL, 1*51 WHAT'S WRONG WITH ROTARY? IF AMERICANS KNEW CONDITIONS IN OTHER COUNTRIES, THEY WOULD NOT REGARD POPE PIUS'S CLERGY DECREE AS "SURPRISING" Vast numbers of Americans, particularly those Protestants who know very little about the Catholic Church, were puzzled recently when a news despatch from Rome announced that Pope Pius had forbidden Catholic priests to be members of Rotary clubs. Unaware of the conditions in other countries which made the regulation quite reasonable, many asked, with some empha- sis: "What's wrong with Ro- tary?" These same good people were also much confused because the frequent inaccurate reporting of associated news services had led many of them falsely to believe that the Roman Catholic Pope had also put his ban on Lions Club, Kiwanis, Optimist, Chamber of Commerce, etc. Once again the American public was occas ioned deep misunderstanding as a result of newspapers quoting a rumor for fact. For millions that misunderstanding has n...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1951

APRIL, 1961 THE JEFFERSON)AN Page U TRAGEDY STRIKES JEFFERSON FAMILY s Mr. and Mrs. Chastine Barr and three- small sons are s:iown above in front Of the ruing of what had been their humble home. While on their way to attend Benediction at Immaculate Conception Church one Sunday night during Lent, fire of undetermined origin broke out and completely destroyed the Barr home with all its furnishings. Parishion ers of Immaculate Conception Church as well as many kind Protestants offered assistance to the striken family. JEFFERSONIAN* staff photo. Groundbreaking— (Continued from page 10). God at Fatlaa, the priest Mid, received the seal off God'a Ap- proval when 76>M6 people, gath. ored for the last of the apparl. tions experienced by the 3 little children, witnessed a tremendous miracle of the sun which was reported' > even in the bitterly antl.Catholic press. A MONUMENT TO THE BVM "Just as in Pos{ucaI a beauti- ful shrine was erected to honor the memory of the Mother of Christ, s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1951

Page 12 THE JEFFER80NIAN APRIL, 18S1 Ground Broken On Saint Patrick^ Day Rites Held On St.'s 1,458th Anniversary Daingerfleld — By a coinci- dence not strange and certaitjly planned ground was officially broken on March 17, feast it the great. St. Patrick, for the $19,515 Church of Our Lady Fatima now being built here. The date select- ed — the 1,4.^8th anniversary of the death of St. Patrick and the day Observed by the Catholic Church as his feast — was de- liberately chosen because of the ■aint'a connection with the mis. •onary work which the Catholic Church has always carried on in her construction of new churches as centers where all may learn of the faith. * The groundbreaking ceremonies, held on the 6 acre tract purchas- ed by t h o Catholic Church on Jan. 29, attracted a represent*, ttve crowd of members of the mission, Catholics from other towns and Protestant friends. TRIBUTE TO ST PATRICK In paying tribute to St. Patrick the priest In charge of the mis- sion declared that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 May 1951

THE THIS ISSUE COST $7 PER PAGE MORE! VOLUME 3 NUMBER 9 MAY, 1951 JEFFER80N, TEXAS Christ Promised to Give Flesh to Eat Cornerstone Laid By Dean Wolf For Fatima Church Daingerfield — The white Georgia marble cornerstone (or Our Lady of Fatima Church was laid in ceremonies here Sun. TVIay 20th. Very Rev. Father Vincent J. Wolf, dean of East Texas, bl|es0ad the cornerstone and officiated at the ceremony of laying it in the tourer of the church. !i ' All details of this beautiful ceremony, together with pictures, will appear in the June issue of THE JEFFERSONIAN. Please include my inten- tion* at the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima. Name , TO QUESTION, "HOW CAN THIS MAN GIVE US HIS FLESH TO EAT?", OUR LORD REPLIED: "UNLESS YOU EAT THE FLESH OF THE SON OF MAN AND DRINK HIS DLOOD YOU SHALL NOT HAVE LIFE IN YOU;" DISCIPLES WHO CALLED THIS "HARD SAYING" WALKED OUT $2,023.50 IN NEXT 2 WEEKS $2,023.50 in two weeks! See page 9 for details and please pray that our completion drive will be so succ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 May 1951

hn J THK icrrencoMiAN MAY, 1*51 THE JEFFERSONIAN REV. JOHN 0. O'ROURKE. EDITOR "THE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HISTORIC TOWN" Entered in tbe post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class ot mall matter January 24, 1949, under the act of March 3, 1879. The «®bscriptlon rate to THE JEFFERSONIAN, which Is publish* monthly, Is two dollars per year. Address all communications to THE JEFFERSONIAN, Box 705, Jefferson, Texas. Editor's phone, Marshall 6293. The official or&an of the mission churches of the Immaculate Con- ception of the Blessed Virgin at Jefferson and of Our Lady at Fatlma at Daingerfield, THE JEFFERSONIAN is published with the ap probation of the Most Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, D. D Bishop of Dallas. Humbly it intends to carry out the mandate of Our Divine Lord: "Going, therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them In the name of the Father, and of the Son and ot the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." Its only purpose is to serve th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 May 1951

MAY, 1951 THE JEFFERSONIAN Pace S U. S. Once Paid Foi Religions Schools Promised Real Flesh (Continued from page one) "I am the living bread that has come down from heaven. If anyone eat of this bread he shall live forever; and the bread that I will give is my flesh for the life of the world." This remarkable statement Je- sus made in the course of His response to the question put to Him by the crowd: "What are we to do In order that we may perform the works of God?" "This is the work of God, that you believe in him whom he has sent," Our Lord answered. MANY WERE UNBELIEVING 'Most of those who listened to the words of Christ were not wil- ling to .believe in Him Whom God had sent into the world. With good reason had Jesus just upbraided them in these words: "Amen, amen, I say to you, you seek me, not because you have seen signs, but because you have eaten of the loaves and have been filled." These curiosity-seekers when told by Christ that they must believe in Him were not dispos- e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 May 1951

Pice 4 THE JEFWIWOHIAH MAY, 1961 MISSION SHRINE GOES BP ON EAST TEXAS SOIL FOR THE I . ■■ :•;: :■ ........ . i 3 T ' ,'T*f5T.'V . *" V-*-* V- ' A6, -r ** i rid ^ «*i§-! in i K %m •. IS ji^NS-v & s <. ,< WWW ii nf bric't'ayers w Th- nbove pictures reveal Church at Daingerfleld. On picture 2 digging the foundation, no I). From Good Friday, March work was caused by failure o ^ 3 ^ ^ process on the construction of March 19 the project was under On Holy Thurs., March 22, the 23, to April 3 a ten day halt in 13,000 red bricks as schedul ^ ^ ^ ) Our Lady of Fatima Catholic way with the colored boys In foundation was poured (photo Marshall Brick Co. to deliver for Holy Week. On April

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 May 1951

MAY, 1M1 THE JCTPCMONIAN Pirn * EflER GLORIOUS MOTHER OF GOD -OUR LADY OF FAUNA | tli|1 x i| ifl fSBI ;;:f::':• <;:W * >v- V*, ^ Jf* >■ ■: t ;.;;^; :.■ ■ *§ mi B * i m <&*.■ «r< mm. fx%<& mm- •:>v. •' > :-S :vS£$ Lr i~L >j£?< ,' ■ - ~r>r- ■.< o: v r~&8? '%4* Vs «jgSf' if ..•* ,' *, < - •• a- * +>s x.. < :^K • wi* _ . v-.* ' <•-*< WV -* m*:. ^\wzkn i of bricklayers went to work and by uled May 3 the church wag beginning ■ 4 to 8° under roof (no 11. and 12)

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 May 1951

Page 6 THE JEFFERSONIAN MAY, 1951 DEDICATION SET FOR AUGUST 5TH iU t BISHOP AUGUSTINE DANGLMAYR OF OALLAS WILL OFFICIATE AT BLESSING OF CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF FATIMA ON MARY'S FEAST IIis Excellency, Most Kev. Au- gustine Danglmayr, Auxiliary Bishop of Dallas, has accepted the invitation to dedicate the new Church of Our Lady of Fa- tima at Daingerfield, and Sun- day, Aug. 5, has been fixed as a tentative date for the ceremony. The date was chosen because of the fact that on that day the Church will celebrate the feast of Our Lady of the Sncw. Selec- tion of a feast of the Blessed Virgin Mother of Qod was thought to be appropriate as a date for the dedication, since the church for Lone Star Steel area Catholics has in an especial way been erected as a mission monu- ment to the holy Mother of Our Lord. Known as Our Lady of Fatima Church, the new $20,000 Daingerfield church will honor that mother of mothers whom no one has ever 'been able to honor more than God Himself Who se- lected he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 May 1951

MAY, 1M1 THE JIFFKIISOMIAN Par* 7 Promised Real Flesh (Continued from page 3) watched them take a walk be- cause they viewed as a "hard saying" His declaration that men must eat of His flesh and drink of His Blood. APOSTLES COULD GO TOO Turning to His apostles, Christ gave added emphasis to His re- fusal to alter the literal mean- ing of His words. "Do you also wish to go away?," He said to the twelve men Whom He had chosen to be leaders of the Church He would soon establish in the world. A decision faced the Apostles. They could either view Christ's promise to give a bread which rould be His very flesh as >. "hard saying" and go with the unbelieving disciples or they could believe that Christ meant every word He said and stay by His side. The Apostles, thanks be to God, chose the latter. ST. PETER 8POKE8MAN St. Peter, who later would be- come the Prince of the Apostles and first of 261 illustrious Bis- hops of the Holy See of Rome, answered in the name of the Apostles, saying: "...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 May 1951

Page 8 THE JEFFERSON I AN MAY, 1951 THIS BLACK SPOT HAS BEEN REMOVED r 4 tf&jiiff** wwmm*. ?l$0m txhirt'im iv. ■ A'TJ? V.V>'7 siSSsiis®?-*' Black Spot of the Free World ihelr children. Its end focuses "Gov. Earl Warren Of Calif, lias signed a bill which will free that state from the stigma of fcelng the only state outside the Iron Curtain to tax Catholic schools.' This injustice is now at an end for which all fair- minded people can thank God. The taxation, now brought to -an end. placed a tremendous burden on religious people who toelleve In religious schools for •ttention on other injustices hat fomenters of prejudice and ulvocates of all the gravy for leculartsts have keep in force tgainst the type -of school our Founding Fathers attended. For an effective blast at that fool- ish prattle which champions re- strictions on fredom of religion <!>y giving indifferentists all the benefit of the school tax dollar —read in this Issue the state- ment made by a prominent Pro-...

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