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

AUGUST. 1951 THE JEFFERSONIAN Page 9 Why Do Catholic Priests Anoint The Dying OFFICERS OF DAINGERFIELD ALTAR SOCIETY PRACTICE IS TRACED TO BIBLE; APOSTLE JAMES SAID: "IS ANY MAN SICK? LETBIM CALL IN PRIESTS ANOINTING WITH OIL" STEEL PRESIDENT FROM AUG. 22 DEDICATION Dallas — A business engage- ment in the East prevented Lone Star Steel Co. President £. B. Germany from accepting an In- vitation to the Aug. 22nd dedi- cation of Daingerfield's Our Lady of Fatima Church. In a letter Aug. 14th. Mr. Germany stated: ''On that date (Aug. 22) I have pending a bus- iness engagement in the East, and I regret very much that I canot accept your kind invita- tion." The Steel Co. of which Mr. Germany Is president has Its plant some 5 miles from Our Lady of Fatima Church. Current- ly a $73 million expansion pro- gram is in progress. New officers of Our Lady of Fatima Altar society, Dainger- field, shown above, left to right: Mrs. Sam Black, Daingerfleld. treasurer; Mrs. James Smith, Omaha. secretar...

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

Page 10 THE JEFFERSONIAN AUGUST. 1961 ENGLAND HAD A CATHOLIC PAST 700 Years Ago Blessed Virgin Appeared There London. England — The fact that England was once a Catho- lic nation and that the Catholics there were in~ close communion with the successor of St. Peter is brought out by the obser- vance this year of the 780th an- niversary of the appearance of the Blessed Virgin to an Eng- lish saint who was a priest of the Catholic Church. It was on July 16, 1251 that the Virgin Mother of Christ ap- peared to St. Simon Stock, great English saint, who at the time was head of the Carmelite order of priests in the Catholic Church. The authenticity of the appearance of Our Lady was ac- cepted by the Catholic Church after the usual investigation. This verdict, then as now. was acceptable to Catholics every- where who know that the Catho- lic Church never has and never can be mistaken about such things by reason of the infalli- bility which Christ gave her. In 1251 when Our Lady of Mt. Carmel...

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

AUGUST. 1951 THE JEFFERSONIAN ' Page 11 OLD CHURCH HAS BEAUTIFUL NEW DESI3N Why Anoint? (Continued from page 9) Next the priest anoints the ears, saying: "Through this holy anointing and His most clement mercy may the Lord forgive you what sins you have committed by hearing." > ALL SENSES ANOINTED Then in succession the nostrils lips, hands and feet of the sick man are anointed and the pray- er said that through thisy annoint- ing sins committed by those senses might be forgiven. In the anointing of the hands only a priest may be anointed on the back of the hand. Lay people are anointed on the palm of the hand. Following the anointing the priest says this prayer: "Lord God Who h"s spoken by Thine Apostle James, saying: Is any man sick among you? Let him call in the priests ef the Church, and let them pray over him. anointing h i m with oil in the name of the Lord and the prayer of faith shall save the sick man, and the Lord will raise him up; and If he be in fsins, they shall be ...

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

Page 12 THE JEFFERSONIAN AUGUST. 1951 I. Completion Goal Is Now Short Only $157 22 FRIENDS SEND $358.50 AS "FINIS" NEARS ON DAINGERFIELD PROJECT; ALMS FOR FURNISHINGS ARE STILL BEING SENT With $358.50 sent timing the month by 22 friends of the mis- sioin the completion fund for Our Liidy of Fiitlnia Church is now only $157 short of Its objective. Attainment of this objective will re- move the church itself from all debt save the $4000 which the 50 active Catholics on the mis- sion will pay themselves. Furnishings in Ot''r L e.<ly of F&tima Church have not been entirely included in the comple- tion goal. As Is noted on another page, a number of furnishings are still needed or unpaid for These are still available to don- ors who desire to ask for them as memorials. Gifts of this kind are still most welcomed as $1000 is a sufficient load for 50 peo Pie The twenty-two friends whose Interest in Our Lady of Fatima Mission caused them . to send ^58.50 during the month we iiereby tha...

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

1; i (Px>YhnM~rhs.< THE JEFFERSONIAN - DEDICATION A 3rd BIRTHDAY EDITION volume four number 1 SEPTEMBER. 1951 JEFFERSON. TEXAS Catholic Church Saw The Beginning Of All Governments, Churches In History of the World n ~ZI david verhalen Marshall Youth to Sail for France For Final Studies Notre Dame, Ind. — According to announcement from the Holy Cross Order. David Verhalen, student for the Holy Priesthood from Marshall. Texas, has been selected to go to France to com- plete h 1 s studies there. Davtd. son of Mr. and Mrs. .R. P. Ver- balen. Sr., of Marshall, gradu- ated In June from Notre Dame University, having taken his philosophy course at the semin- ary conducted In conjunction with Notre Dame. Prior to entering the Holy Cross order, David studied at St. Mary's Aqademy, Marshall, St. Edward's University. Austin, and St. Mary's University, San An tonlo. His final 4 years study of theo- logy he will now make at his or- der's house of studies at Le Mans. France, some 115 miles s...

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

Page 2 THE JEPPERtOMIAN SEPTEMBER, 1951 THE JEFFERSONIAN REV. JOHN G. O'ROURKE, EDITOR "THE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HISTORIC TOWN" Entered in the post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class ot mail matter January 24, 1949, under the act of March 3, 1879. The Mbscrtption 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 62*3. The official organ of the mission churches of the Immaculate Con- ception of the Blessed Virgin at Jefferson and of Our Lady at Fatima at Datagerfleld, THE JEFFERSONIAN is published with the probation of the Most Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, D. u. 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 ...

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

SEPTEMBER. 1951 THE I80NIAN Paca 3 25 Priests of 4 States View Dedication 16 NUNS REPRESENTING 5 ORDERS, FLOCK OF 250 PEOPLE ASSIST AT SOLEMN MASS; DEAN WOLF GIVES DVM'S PLAN FOR PEACE Red Light Burns The red light burning In a Catholic Church la a sign that Christ Is present in the Euchar- ist on the alter. He waits there for people to coirie to visit Him. When it is impossible for par- ents to take advantage of the' Ood-centered education which' O.thollc schools offer, they have a GRAVE obligation to provide for their child's religious instruc tion in some other way." Daingerfleld — Twenty-five priests from 4 states, gathered here Wed. Aug. 22nd, feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, at 11:30 to assist Most Rev. Au- gustine J. Danglmayr, D. D.. V. G., Titular Bishop of Olba. Tur- key and Auxiliary to the Bishop of Dallas at the solemn dedica- tion of Our Lady of Fatima Church. The procession formed undel- the trees to the south of the church. Altar boys. Knights o£ Columbus, semi...

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

Pile 4 THE JEPFERSONIAN SEPTEMBER, 1951 Church Is Very Old (Continued from page 3) tinuously throughout the night ana morning. The vast throng stood in a veritable quagmire, their clothes drenched. Sharply at noon Lucy cried out: "Silence she is coming". Her words were passed from person to person till the whole vast assembly grew tense and alert with excit- ed expectancy. The faces of the children assumed ecstatic ex- pression and the people nearby realized that once more they were gazing at the beautiful lady from above. The interview was brief. The Lady kept the pro- mise. made In the first appari tion. to tell them who she was. She announced "I am the Lady of the Rosary". Then her face grew very grave as she impart- ed her last message to the chil- dren: "People must amend their lives, ask pardon for their sins and not offend our Lord anymore for He is already too much offended." As' she took her leave of the children sho opened her hands ( and from them rays of light extended i...

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

SEPTEMBER. 1#51 THE JEPPERSONIAN Pace f St. Paul Praised Life Led By Convent thin BEAUTY OF NUN'S LIFE TOLD TO GRADS; NURSING TERMED CORPORAL WORK OF MERCY AND 17TH CENTENNIAL OF PATRON NOTED Dallas — Nursing is a corp- oral work of mercy and nurses should look upon their patients as children of God in need of the corporal works of mercy. The life of a nursing Sister is a noble life and one which fulfills the immortal but much ovci- looked words of St. Paul in the Bible: "The unmarried woman and the virgin thinketh on the things of the Lord that she may be holy In body and in spirit." Thousands more Sisters are needed as the Church expands her program of the corporal works of mercy. These thoughts were placed be- fore the graduates of St. Paul's School of Nursing at commence- ment exercises held at Sacred- Heart Cuthedral here Aug. 30th. Attention was directed to the fact that this is the 17th centen- nial year (1700 years) since St. Agatha, e Catholic saint who is patron of nursing...

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

PK( • THE JEFHERSONIAN SEPTEMBER. 1951 Nun's Life In Bible (Continued from page 5) represent Him among men until the end of time lamong the many duties which He assigned to His Church was that of encouraging the corporal works o f mercy. Not only did Our Lord commis- sion His Church to teach Hla truths to the whole world but He, as the King of Charity, di- rected that it should always in- culcate and instill into the hearts of all men a love for the corporal works of mercy. RECORDED |N CATECHISM In the little catechiBin in which are recorded the age-old beliefs of the Church the corpor- al works of mercy are listed as follows: (1) to feed the hungry, (2) to give drink to the thirsty. (3) to clothe the naked, (4) to tansom the captive, (5) to har- bor the harborless, (6) to visit the sick and (7) to bury the dead. Editor's Note: These thoughts on the nobility of nursing and. in particular, the life of a nursing Sister devoted to the Blck, were delivered in Sacre I Heart Cathedral. Da...

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

SEPTEMBER, 1961 THE JEPFEREONIAN Pat* T TOTAL COST Of CHURCH $29,38106 JOS. CANTERBURY, KILGORE, CONTRACTOR; - HERB BE LAUNE, MARSHALL, ARCHITECT; SOLID CONSTRUCTION PRAISED BY BISHOP OKLAHOMA CHURCH WAS TAKEN AS MODEL The total cost of Our Lady or Fatima Church, built recently to serve the needs of Catholics in the Lone Star area, is $29,381.- 06. Of this $20,000 was spent for tlie building itself. $2600 for the property, abeut $2500 for the pews and an estimated $3000 for organ, statues, fans, furniture, etc. $25,381.06 in cash ihas already been paid on these obligations. In early June a $4000 loan from the First National Bank of Jef- ferson was made by the congre- gation of Our Lady of Fatima. Over a period of ten years the people of the mission will settle this obligation. Its settlement in far less time than that seems pt present to be a likely possibi- lity. On Jan. 1, 1952 the first payment on the note will be due in the amount of $300. Parish- ioners c.s of Sept. 4th have $3...

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

Page 8 THE JEFFER80NIAN SEPTEMBER. 1961 M. BARNES NEW NCCW PRESIDENT I BISHOP RIDES BOAT ACROSS LONE STAR LAKE Marshall Lady Will Head Deanery; Mrs. Johnson Sect. Daingerfield — With Our Uidy of Fat I ma Altar Society an host the quarterly convention of the Tyler deanery Council of the National Council of Catholic Women was held in the air-con- ditioned Morris Theatre Jieie Wed. morning, Aug. 22nd. The noting gV underway at 10 a. 11% with prayer by the pastor of our Lady o f Fatima Church. Mayor (Richard Morrison tiien wel- comed the delegates and express- ed the pleasure of the town that Daingerfield had been selected as the meeting site. On behalf of the Catholic lad ies of Uaingerfield, Hughes Springs. Omahfe and Naples Mrs. T. J. Johnson, president of Our Lady of Fa till) a Altar Society, then voiced a welcome. She an- nounced that Uaingerfield that day was (affiliating with the Na- tional Council of Catholic Wo- men. Guest speaker at the meeting was Mrs. Charles Faust, Fort Wor...

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

SEPTEMBER. 1991 THE JEPFERSONtAN Page 9 New Church Recalls Visit of Our Lady "IF MY REQUESTS ARE GRANTED, RUSSIA" Lincoln's View In 1855 Abraham Lincoln ex- pressed his opinion of the Know Nothing Movement, a movement aimed, as is the POAU, today at attacking the loyalty of Catho- lics. Said President Lincoln: "As a nation we began by de- claring that 'All men are created equal.' We now practically read it. 'All men are created equal ex- cept Negroes.' When the Know Nothings get control it will read. 'AH men tire created equal ex- cept Negroes and foreigners and Catholics.' When it comes to this, I would prefer emigrating to some country where they make no pretense of loving lib- erty — where despotism can be taken pure, and without the base alloy of hypocrisy." Nun Sends Gift Of Prayers For Success of Work Dallas — Five Mosses heard, five holy rosaries said. 25 visits paid to Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, 5 Holy Communions received, 25 pious ejaculations and 5 str.tlons of the...

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

I Page 10 THE JEFFERSONIAN SEPTEMBER. 1*61 25 PEOPLE SEND $676.50 TO COMPLETE OUR COMPLETION FUND; SOME FURNISHINGS LEFT With $676.50 contributed by 25 friends of our mission chapel for Our Lady of Fatima during the past month THE JEFFER- SONIAN is happy to announce that the completion fund goal set to pay for the building up to the point of the $4000 borrowed by the missioin has now been reached. Furnishings /ere still needed in the chaiiel or need to be paid for. For the convenience of our readers, we publish once again on another page a list of what can be given. It will be noticed that contributions of furnishings by this month's donors helped to raise the completion fund to its goal. "With the building now p^id for up to the point of the $4000 loan THE JEFFERSONIAN is about to write a finis to this project. As soon as needed fur- nishings are taken care of, we will announce the final comple- tion of this campaign. Friends of Our Lady's Chapel ■whose kindness we /acknowledge are...

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

' SEPTEMBER. 1951 THE JEFFERSON IAN •V Page 11 Cornerstone Is Set May 20th By Dean Wolf L n TWO DAINGERF1F.LD LADIES BAPTIZED SAT,, AUG, 18TH Daingerfield — Mrs. T. J. John- oou ; nd Mrs. Olive, both of Dain- gerfield, became the first con- verts to be baptized in Our Lady of Fatima Church Sat. Aug. 18th al 10 a. m. Touching the Holy Bible, the converts first recited their profession of the Catholic faith as summed up in the Apos- lles's Creed. The Baptism cere- mony then followed. Godparents for Mrs. Olive weie Mr. & Mrs. Herman Boeh- mer of Daingei field. Godparents for Mrs. Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. J. Li. Johnson of Galveston. J. G. O'Rourke of Dallas repre- sented Mr. Johnson who was un- able to be present. For Mrs. Olive and Mrs. John- son many months of preparation went into the happy dry of Aug 18th. For 9 months they took a course of instructions in the Catholic faith. This is customary ho tlai t converts may know what the faith is. , The next morning with the i) little...

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

Page 18 SEPTEMBER, 1051 THE JEFFER80NIAN ::vr-f ' ;■ <*.•/; Wl. i ■ W&S . '. Hp^-siMi 9w*i? r_ W ,^s, V, -<Tt I ;$«&■ '■■ *a3S3& ^ '"*■$# S '%•> ~K.' . mm m r-Tjvuj Pil •••--• - 'V. >1 r>*M mm **** C- **«*&:*&*.&VK'- ' t >isV;:?< ;f: .W-: c^aww Love for the Blessed Mother of God on the part of many atade what is shown here in pictures possible. StageB in the construction of the Dalngerfield Catholic C lurch on; (5) No gUss in buildi&g nearly completed; (6) Final wofk is done on tower; (7) Shot taken from aide Of chapel with 10 WioftWB; (8). Mm work to brick mission to have plans drawn up for the proposed church on which construction began 10 months later. Photo courtesy of DALLAS TIMES HERALD. Mr. Morton was received Into the Church 2 years aeo in Rrn7il Mrs. Williams wag baptized in Louisiana. The others are converts of the mission. ,cllB believed to be Catholics but in the absence of church and priest iost their faith.

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 September 1951

THE JEFFER80NIAN Pace 13 YSiVVE for the blessed mother oh the part of many biilt it Vv'yr-yr-} • • • yvy.v.JAJjt: «.«£ Itholic If urch are Bhown above: (1) and (2) Bricklayers work on front wall near entrance and on the sacristy; (3) Wall between chapel and sacristy goes W; M) Rx>of begins to go brtok Work t«WW«-ootl<e empty place lor cornerstone; (9) Yellow Cathedral glass is iMUttwl Jn 4be chapel. ' 1 <tiivu wan caueu uy me span- tneatres to millions of private which leave them confused and 'fh people to impose discipline homes where crime stories and disturbed." — Francis Cardinal builders of her mission shrine. When the check was written, $26 was left in the bank. Hince that «H".te as is evident, considerable

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 September 1951

Page 14 THE JEFFERSONIAN SEPTEMBER. 1951 Joseph Canterbiuv, Kilgore, Contractor r wmm* Miiri li 10, 19.1l, Mv islinll Brick Co.. unloaded ",iii)0 black brick (top photo). Dalngerfield'a H. M. Connor (center loft) surveys Our Lady of Fatima's I acres that same day. Kilstore's Joe Canterbury, contractor, (center light) slakes oft the ejqact .ocatlon of the chapel. Sat.. March 10th. Colored workers (lower photo) diu the loundation on St. Joseph's Feast, March 19th. FR. MEYER BREAKS GROUND V 4 Itdv. L. L. \Meyer, shovel In hand, July 2, 1950 as pastor of St. Joseph's Parish. Marshall and missions attached' officially broke ground for the Church of Our Lady of Fatima. which was built 8 months later. When later another location was purchased for the church a second groundbreaking was held on St. Patrick's day, March 17. 1951. ALTAR BOY AT SPADE ■ i Altar boy Frank -Hopkins of Hughes Springs Hkes the spade In the March 17th groundbreaking ceremonies as Clarksville's Father John Matzner and...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 September 1951

SEPTEMBER, 1951 THE JEFFER60NIAN Page IS 155 Attend Banquet Following Dedication Rites DINNER AFTER MASS SERVED AT LONE STAR Lone Star, Texas — Following the dedication Mass at Our Lady of Fatima 'Churcji located about 6 miles from the Lone Star steel plant here a banquet was serv- ed in the plant dining room to 155 NCCW delegates, clergy, civic guests and parishioners. After the luncheon the pastor Berved as toastmaster and intro- duced the following civic guests: Mayor Richard Morrison of Daingerfield, Chamber of Com- merce President and Mrs. P. W. Gifford, Jr., Chamber Manager and Mrs. Marvin Watson and Mrs. Dick Scroggins, pianist. Others seated at the main table were His Excellency, Bishop Danglmayr, Rt. Rev. Msgr. W. F. O'Brien, Tyler, Very Rev. Dean Wolf, Tyler, Mrs. Soy Barnes of Marshall, newly elec- ted deanery NCWC president, Mrs. Helen Wolf, Texarkana. dio- cesan president of the National Council of Catholic Women, and Mrs. Tom Long, Tyler, past president of the deanery ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 September 1951

\ Page 16 THE JEFFERSON I AN SEPTEMBER. 1951 Only One Memorial Pew Left DALLAS FAMILY GIVES PEW IN MEMORY OF SON KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT APRIL 14 IN WIS.: RERGIN FAMILY ASKS MEMORIAL f * — A Since THE JEFFKRSONIAN l^iHt went to press two addition- al requests hive been made for a memorial new. leaving only one pew in Our Lady of Fatlma Church still available as a mem- orial gift. Under d\".te of Sept. 3 R. C. Williams, Sr., of Dallas, forward- ed an alms for a pew in mem- ory of his son Joe o f happy memory who lost, his life in an automobile accident last April 14lh in Milwaukee. Wis. Only a few weeks from the completion of tiis college work under the Jesuits. Joe was known to all iiis associates always as a thor- oughly Catholic boy. Due to his influence many converts had been won to the Church. On the pew for Joe this spe- cial pf"cque will be erected at tiie request of his parents: "In your charity please pray for the repose of the soul of our son Joe killed in auto accident Apr...

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